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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTHMlOOE, ALTA., FRIDAY, APKIL 2, (Ml. Daily Herald Printed by tho Daily Printing Co.. Ltd., erery lawful evening at ottoe. Bound St., Lethbndge. Canada W. A. BUCHANAN, Di- reetec and Editor Rattf Daily. ope year, delivered ......14.00 Daily, sir delivered 2.00 Daily, three delivered 1.00 Daily, one month, delivered ___ .35 Daily, one year, by mail .......3.00 Daily, six months, by mail 1.75 Daily, three by mail.....85 Weekly Herald, one year .......1.50 Addreoea changed often as de- aired, but both new and old address nmit be .given. THE PUBLIC AND THE STRIKE President ..Sherman's order for the miners to quit work came as a great surprise to the general public. It was generally supposed that all was peace and that there was nothing more to do but for the operators and union officials to sign up to preserve the peace for another two years. As be- tween the two conflicting forces the public is not exactly in a position to judge. The operators claim that the district officers should sign up the agreement that has been approved by their committee and by the local un- ions and that President Sherman took on himself a serious responsibility in refusing to sign an agreement approv- ed by the majority of the miners. They place the blame for the trouble solely on him for the breach of agree- ment. The union officials in their state- ment infer that the proposition re- ferred to the men was the associa- tion's final offer and that considerable influence was exerted to secure the small majority in favor of its accept- ance. They say that the proposition so unfair, so inconsistent and ao much dictated by the C.' P. R. that the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co., and others withdrew from the associa- tion. They hold that an agreement suitable to the Crow's Nest" Co. is equally suitable to the two other companies and that no company should have an advantage over its competitors. The differences between the two agreements are not really known to the general public. They may be matters of principle or merely of de- tail. The text of the agreement has not been published. Why the opera- the president, the one to take the first practical step and will keep the society along practical lines. Judging from the numerous kicks put in by both Republicans and Dem- ocrats at the new tariff it must be a Pavncful tariff. if coal strikes must be, the users of domestic coal would rather have them naw than six months earlier. The news of the strike came on very suddenly and unexpectedly. It is to be hoped it will speedily and suddenly leave. The public in this neck of the woods will have their attention drawn from the training of John Bull and Der Kaiser for a future bout to watch Frank Sherman and Lewis Stockett square off to each other. In both cases it will cause no regret if the principals agree to divide the purse before they come to ringside. The Horticultural Society in elect- ing Father Van Tighem honorary president of the society paid him a fitting tribute. His garden has done more than anything else to prove what can be done in the culture ol trees, fruit and flowers. His orchard is one of the sights of Alberta. Boils and Pimples ctuMd by blood tm Aa impure oondition, and quickest and aimplett to get rid of them is to bottlee of Burdock Blood Bitten. purely vegetable remedy bju cored. of CUM of painful oiuightly troublai during put thirty WHERE AMHERST MAKE EXCELS MM 4- -t- view, 10JU. "LMt Rwer- tummer J had nineteen boils on. my i j i i T neck And bade. I off work for over two I took every- thing I could think of but to no effect. I got a bottle of Burdock Blood Bitters and before I had used half the bottle the were gone. I took the rest of it, however, tod I nave not had boil lines." M M M M If there are any people in the city who are'tired of reading "Lethbridge "sweet and "Hor- ticultural in tlte Herald, they had better get into the game too. For the Herald will not quit until practically if not in reality every per- son is a member of the society, and every one working to make Leth- bridge beautiful by growing sweet peas or something else. M T Mra. W. J. Cran- don, St Mary's, Ont, writes: -vai troubled with on siy for a couple of years and tried a good deal of patent medicine, they were not of much use. Finally I used four bottles of Burdock Blood Bitters and am now entirely cured." For sale by all The T. Milbora Co.. Limited, Toronto. Ont, Large ship ment of General i Dry Goods Placed in stock today OUT AND 7POINTS rt. painter, house painter, paper hanger, sign writer, etc. 25 Argyle Ave. Phone 124. FOR.JALE A Great Snap for HOMESTEADERS 6 food work F Studebaker wagon with grain-tank, new 1 single buggy with pole 2 sets doublt harness I set driving riarnes Must bt sold. TERMS Apply for Particulars RODGORS4 YOUNG Sale Stables Wood St. LETH BRIDGE PROFESSIONAL CARDS MM-M-M MMMMM4M4MM C Side Ucbrs tors of .the association would rather have a strike than change the agree- ment to be the same as that with other operators is not clear. Why President Sherman should take on himself the responsibility of over-rul- ing an agreement approved by the various local unions interested is equally hard to understand. The public are not possessed of facts suf- ficient to prove the supposition that it is a fight between the C. P. E. and J. J SPRING Sister's planning dresses, dimities and. lavm. Constant talk of fashions novr is s.o- ing on. Outing costume chatter every day we hear. There's no doubt about it, spring is near. Mother's started "Mercy, zne! Everything about the house is dirtv as can be." We must start house cleaning' very soon I fear, There's no doubt about it, spring is drawing near. Brother Bill is sewing- tip a baseball mitt. Telling- us about..the time lie made a. three base Mt; Tiuuks that he'll be captain, of Iris nine this year, There's no doubt about it, spring is drawing1 near. Every one's excited; spring is in the The public as the great suffering third, party in. the dispute do know a few things, however. They know that while the strike will be hard on the miners and a great loss to the operators, the loss and inconvenience to the, public -will be even greater. Business WiH be unsettled; transport- ation hampered; coal-will be dearer; and if the strike be prolonged a cer- tain amount of actual suffering will be the lot of the poorer classes in places dependent upon these mines for their fuel. When the essential rights of either party are at stoke in a strike, the public as a rule are willing to bear the lois and inconvenience in order that the right may prevail They will not, however, view with any favor or any" quibbling over minor matters when their greater interests are Buffering. A speedy settlement the -desire of :the public in either case, Women folks are planning what they- 're going to wear. To foretell its coming needs no old seer. Father's getting lazy. Spring will soon be here. OPERATORS AND PRES. LEWIS AGREE STARTED AT LAST The Horticultural Society has been organized. A good number of citizens have already joined. Now it is up to a lot more to fall in line and help along the good cause. If enthusiasti- cally and practically managed there ia no limit to the benefit the city will derive from it. Beautiful lawns and gardens give a place to a healthy and prosperous >Iook and make people proud of their citv and "Defeated" to live in it. The influence both on the owner of a garden on the passer- by is ol one -is a etinuiug to others. .Methods: to secure success should be known by as many as powible. Give this know- ledge and help in part of the work of the society... The person to derive the greatest benefit from the society is the member and especially the one who takes the greatest interest in it, The society to all citizens. It should have a hundred members in a time and even half that number of active apostles of the "Lethbridge beautifcir' gospel will have a re- markable influence on the of the city. If you are -interested, fall in line; if you ate OOLOODinoco fall in liae; if you want to be in- terested, the inspiration can be se- cured in the society. Miners Will Be Operated Further Conferences as to New York, March The follow- ing statement was given out today in behalf of the Anthracite coal opera- tors "At the request of Mr. Thomas L. Lewis, who headed the committee of Anthracite mine workers at the recent conference with the operators in Philadelphia, the operators have continue the agree- ment in force on and after Aprif 1st, pending further conferences." The communication from Mr. Lew- is came in the form of a letter to each member of the operators com- mittee of seven. The me.sorrs of the committee all replied that- the pro- posed arrangement was acceptable to .them. CUSTOMS RECEIPTS Ottawa, April receipts of the Dominion for March totalled an increase of compared with the same month last year. For twelve months of the fiscal year to March 31st customs revenue was a decrease of OUR POINT Of-VIEW Lethbridgt will be beautiful. The Society membership. should fee next two weeks U te Get good food toil, end ftt bniy tht fookty eleeted a OH. Johnston, THE DEADLY MICROBE in aaad bookt of the cir- culating library'type, our's are new. CHEAP REPRINTS In Cloth Binding of "haa been" Copyright NoveJa are retailed at 60o each. They were .60 each when Noah ran a Menagerie. See our Eaaf er Norel- LK 2LHSJH MARRIED A CHINK Portage la Prairie, April Sing, Chinese restaurant proprietor and Nellie Elliott, of Melfort, Sask., an attractive and educated girl were married this afternoon by e Baptist- minister. Two of the best lots in RIVERVIEW On R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK BUSINESS TRANSFER The Hayr Transfer Co, HAS BEEN DISSOLVED William George Hole Having bought the business which he will hereafter condnct under his own name. All persons having accounts against the said company are requested to present the same for pay- ment, before April loth, 1909. at the store of Hayr Bros., and all accounts due to said company are to paid at the same place before said date. STIRLING I AND DISTRICT City Property, Business Farm Lands, and Coal Lands REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE MEDICAL DR. W. S. GALBRAITH-Phyuiciaa Surgeon, Accoucher. fl a.m.. 8-3; 7.8 p.m. Office 914 Red- path St. Phone 63. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEANE Street. a.m., 8-3. 7-8. DR. A. and rooi.'i. Stafford Block. Office 12, 1.3, 7-8.30. Phone night and 377. DR. J. E. LOVER I NO-Phywcian. Surgeon, Accoucher, Block. 9 U io 1. 3 to 5. 7 to 8. Phone, day and night, 342. D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., C.M.-SpeciaJ- Jst, Ear, Nose and Throat Stafford Block, Lethbridge. Alta. Office a.m.. 2-5 p.m p.m. DENTISTRY I R. A. Davis Stirling Alta. OR. 0. j. COURTICE Deoliat Graduate of Northwestern Universi ty. Chicago, HI. Office 1-5. Rooms 11 and 12, Macdonald Block. Cargc fluction Sale TO-MORROW AFTERNOON SATURDAY, APKIL 3rd. AT 2.30 P. M. AT Bonnell Furman'i Livery Barn W. L. Wilson Auctioneer 12 Head Work Horses S Saddle Ponies 1 Koan Mare, 7 years old, supposed to be in foal 1 Team, 8 and 9 years old, weight about 900 Ibs. each 1 Span Iron age 5 and 7, good drivers Several Sets of Single and Double Harness 1 Set Heavy Dray Harness 2 Stock Saddles 1 Ladies Saddle Several Buggies 5 1 Uhiatham Incubator and Brooder Forks, Shovels, Hay e, 1 Hay Back 1 White Sewing Machine (KEW) v This sale will start at 2.30 p. m. sharp. Terms cash W. L. Wilson Auctioneer Phone 189 WHERE? Opposite the Ellison Mills WHEN Everytime you want any WHY? You can get anything you want and you can save money WHO The South Alberta Lumber Co. Ltd. Utfcftrtty, lei hytM 1 Mqnth Huyal Collieries Coal HUGH. TAYLOR, Agent will nH orders promptly. Weight and quality guar- anteed. A trial order solicited PHONE 287 UNDERTAKING Under-, imbalmers. The business in the city, -ihd residence, Parlors open day DC-r RECTOR AND EMBALMER-Car- nages and equipment new and up !i opposite fire hall. Open day and night. Phone 369. MUSIC MADAM 'fi. aniste. organ and voice produc- tion. Visits or receives pupUa. preparatory or advanced. Coaching' for exams. Howard House, o'rabb Street. Coal, Ice and PRAYING J; Western Transfer Co. j' Office opposite Balmoral PH ONE S3 SINGING--Harold E. Cooper con- cert baritone. At liberty for con- certs, At Homes, etc.- For terms apply, Lethbridge. Alta. Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royil ColIfciTes Ltd All Standn-a Stocks Handled HEAD OFFrCE-VJCTORIA, 8. C A R L A K E O RC H A R D S A Letter from One of Our Satis- fied Purchasers." The following" is a copy of a letter received from Mr. E. W. Wallace who was a fanner at Claresholm and who accompanied one of our excur- sion parties and purchased fifty acres of land from us last fall. He spent the winter visiting the fruit districts in the States and is now settled on his land at Burton Citsv Afrow Palisade, Colorado, March 11, 1909. Dear Mr. Tfiis is a fruit country, valley which is one solid orchard. These-or- chards sell at per acre. The elevation is feet above sea level. They have to irrigate and water coeis per acre per year.: There is no reason why Arrow Lake lands should not bring as much in time as these lands. I am satisfied that we can produce as much and as gocid fruit there, and without irrigation.- Burton Valley will be another Palisade if the people'who are interested in land their part." SIGNED: truly, B. W. WALLACE. Are you interested in fruit growing? Are you interested in fishing? Are you interested in shooting? Are you interested in making Are you interested in boating? .money? Are you interested in securing a home with all these desirable characteris- tics: If join one of our exciiraiongand see for yourself the country where you, can have all these things at once. "Seeing is believing." Those who have seen believe, so will you Our laat excursion party was too crowded. Oar next on the i4th of April is filled we cannot take any more on that date. We propose to run a second section of this party about the 18th April. Drop in and get full information. The Arrow Lake Orchards M. FREEMAN, General Agent Office, 3 and 4, Whitney Block, Lethbridge MR. ALBERT ELY-Pupil of Dr. Briggs, M.A., Song Singing and Voice Culture, Pupil of Chaa. Hancock, Esq., RR.C.O., L.KA.M., Theory. Voice culture! pipe organ, piano, harmony and theory, song singing. Opea.foKcon. certs, banquets, recitals, etc. Termi on application. Box 690, Leth- bridge, Alta. JOHANNES H; pil of Henri Verbruggen, of Itaiy; Carl Simios, of Berlin .Get- many Glass" Scotch music specialty. Open for recitals, ban- queta, concerts, etc. For terms ap Ply Royal Collieries, Lethbridge. LEGAL .o If. and Solicitor. Office adjoining Union Banfc Lethbridge; W. C. ter. etc. Office: Southard Block, F. P. CONYBEARE fit K.C., D.C.L. B. Jones, B.C.L. "etc. -Cpnybeare Block. Lethbridge, Alberta. H. ;A. J. Solicitor, Notary. Room 14 Staf- ford Blk. LETHBRIDGE L c. ff. NO. on the second and fourth y of each month at 8.15 p.m. SURVEYING A. 8HARMAN. H..-B. PfclEBT Beentuy LODGE PRIDE OF No. ALBERTA, SMS of fnglulhiefit Sodeh Meets in very first the and Oddfedllows' third Wedueada u the mouth at 8 p.m. larticulafs apply W. J. Wade. Fred t. W. President. flftc.. Box 67 Meeti and Mondays Hall at bretb ren are cordially invited. 4. AtincRorrrw NCI DIG, W.i. 24-ly A R R O W LA K E O R C H A R D S TMf HERALD WANT AD. OOLUMNt tRINQ EXCEL LI NT THEM A A.F, A.M., Q.R.A. Lethbtidfe Lodge Refultr meeting nifht, the third Thureday of each month in the Masonic Hall, P. 0. Block, tt 8 p.m. Viiitinf brethren will al. receive welcome. A. G. MiNieer, W.M. O. V. .itorkey. P. O. Box Iff: HAM ILTON YOU and Surveyors. Boom 4, Whitney Block. ARCH ITECT8 AND CONTRACTORS B. Rooin 8, Whitney JAS, >A. Malcdpnald Block; Redpath 'Street: Lethbridge AlU. W. M. Calgary and Lethbridge. Specialist in Fireproof. ing, sanitation, heating and ventila. tion. Ernest E. Carver, M.B.A.A.. Manage? Lethbridge Office, Bryan and build- er. Estunatea cheerfnUy pairs and: -executed at the shortest notice. Box 730, Leth> bridge; Alta: FRED. ROONEY AND W. H. HOLT and. builden. mates iurniahed free. and ajtcrations promptly attended to All guaranteed. Box 98, Leth- Ibridge. R. enfineer contractor. Lifhtittf and ppw. er insullationg. Plans and epedfl- cations. Office McKeown'f Hard 908.- OR BEST WQRK-Apply to Wil- Ham Witts, builder contractor. London Road. 15 years experience.' -Estimates free. IS-M PEACE METAL WEATHER STRIP will last 9 lifetime. saeh. Absolutely excludct dust end (moke. R, P. O. Box Ml. AtMfiem LethbridM Camp No, Meeto in the Oddfellowa second and fourth BlOBth. VnltlOC MlfnMfl wiH aV Lf reoelTe a hearty weteome. Qima- dlfor, O. W. Whttini; Beaker. W. A. Diekeov; Clerk. W. DowieU. the QCOROE and bnilder. Eitimateg free. Repjiirinf and alterations a ipecialtar. Tern- pprary offiee City Bakery, Ford or Box City. flTENOQRAPHy i._ ftlttLlO STENOCL RAFHER-Offlct, Block, Mo. JM. ;