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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALTA., SATURDAY, APRIL 3. ISOt. Daily Herald good thing and have a great market pie ftro going to carry out the slogan for the Alberto dairy farmer. Printed br th? Daily Eerald Printing Co. Lid.. erery lawful evening at its office, Round St., Lethbridge. Alberta. Canada W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Di- rector and Editor Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered ......J4.00 .Daily, six months, delivered 2.00 Daily, three months, delivered ..1.00 Daily, one month, delivered.....35 Daily, one mail .......3.001 Daily, six months, by mail 1.75J Daily, three months, by mail.....851 VVwKly Herald, one year 1-50 j Addresses changed as often as de-1 sired, but both new and old address; must be given. Watch Lethbridge grow. It will have ten thousand people before the present year is out. Whatever the differences may be between the miners and the operators the fact remains the same that the people must have coal. The official counting of the did not cause the Rutherford Gov- ernment any uneasiness. A few i members more or less would not make j teaut.v arid A joy forever." their position less or more secure in j of "Lethbridge beautiful" but it will be no dara use if peoples' hens and dogs run at large. Dad should issue a manifesto authorizing people to shoot the marauder1? on the first of- fence. The only place for chickens in town is -inside the hen yard, and the only place for nineteen-twentieths of the dogs in town is in the sausajro mill or the crematory. It is to he hoped that the police will make n i dead set on these nuisances and pro- tect people's property and their ef- forts to make the city "a thing of Palpitation Of the Heart. Large ship- J! ment of One of the fint dangor signals that an- aounce something wrong with tho hoart tho irregular beat or violent throb. Often there is only ft fluttering sensation, or ao siuking feeling; or again, there may be a most violent beating, with Bush- ings of the skin and visable pulsations of the The person may experience The Calgary Herald under j The city engineer undertook to i! jump onto me pretty heavy the oth- tlU' i ___...___j T "This Shows How Cakary Is says: "The Calvary dis- j trict still looks good to the thousand? j of settlers who annually come to the i Wost. During the past thirty-one j i days 436 homestead were made at "the local land office." Lethbridge i 1 must Iwk even better for during the past month 560 homestead entries I worw made at the local land office. i That shows how Lethbridge is grow-; I I or dav had know because he considered that. I onto him. I do not whether he lit on me or 7iot for t see yet why it wasnecessarv ish oil the boulevards so pain- on and as though about to die. In such cases the action of Milbunfs Hoart and Nerve Pills iti Deling the heart, restoring its normal beat and imparting tone to the nerve centres, id, beyond all question, mar- vellous. They give such prompt relid that no one need suffer. Mr. Pvlveswr Smith, Hampton, N.B., troubled with palpitation of tho heart and tried doctors medicines. General ABOUT DAD'S -Mayor's Son A NON-PARTIZAN SUBJECT A considerable portion of the Con- 'scrvative press of the country does not seem willing to accept the lead- ig of Hon. E. L. Bordeii and Hon. G. E. Foster in placing tTie position of Canada with regard to assistance of ilie Imperial navy above partisan discussion. In these papers are seen flaring headlines and editorials say- iris that the people of Canada are j dissatisfied with the action of the I Government in not adopting the pol- i 4t icy of New Zealand in offering a j Dreadnaught or two to Great Britain, j 4 Every effort is being used to make j it a party issue. 4 Mr. Foster in introducing the re-; j. cent discussion in the House of Coin- j mons made it plain that he was not doine: so from a party standpoint. t JU il. v j Ai-iV k t A ii'v..- This position was maintained by tiie j prcsent entirelr to rhe newspaper report run to nearly double of that. There Conservative leader who stated im- Q. the strike and if they happen to get anv-: may be a reason for this and any length of time, the citv; fhing wrong there is all kinds of trou ly is. But the people want to- be plant may in serious for the nx'tll-rtrivers. T7n for tun- shown. If it is 0. K. there will the necessary heat producer as all i all reporters are not municipal no kick; if not. spine one will be kick Hitill opi j soil that will urow grass. What j heard of your Heart and Nerve Tills and evw the causo. the result now is that bought.two boxes and before I had usea we are some mighty swell them I was completely cured and would boulevards which will be a credit to j rocomtneud them w all similarly afaectwl. the city and the mogul in charge of j prjcc> 50 cents per box, or 3 boxes for the job. j! 25 at all dealers or mailed direct on But this raises another point, Peo-! receipt of price by The T. Milbum Co., pie are accused of criticizing without j Limited, Toronto. Ont. knowledge, but how can they .cot j knowledge, unless they are told. averatre citizen is possessed of a j large faith in everybody but the citv i fathers and officials. They are al- 1 ways mistrusted and generally be- i For instaace. there is more or less cause of ignorance. For the people's street talk about the power plant es- ,TTTTTT--------.....- i sake as well as for their own I i timates. The first estimate for The coal mint- Dad's Council is so-i fceUeve it is the duty of Dad and his the whole outfit was sonw to have down on the river bot-1 council to take the people into their j where around one hundred w party standpoint.! a inSur-! confidence more fully. They leave sand but now it'is said that it will This position was maintained by tue j 4 nnnrv Placed in stock today The Bentley CD. Ltd. Wksittile and Retail Phone 55 ficials or aldermen sail into the poor j injured and offeird- e plicitly that such a time was not for party tactics or advantage.. Sir Wilfrid Laurier has a cars-. OI ine uwc Fl----_ ___________________ ful study of the subject for years and j lhe sources of supply are j experts enrrineers. accountants and ed out. I consider it Pad's pla'V to his policy is in accord with that; pretly well cut off. A nice little coal j lawyttrSi und hence are likely to see that an authoritative statement! adopted by the Canadian members j just now be a soft pillow j twisted'sometimes. And if as a of these things is. given to the-public j the Imperial eomniiuee several years Qf roses for Supt_ to rest his j sult of their rep0rts some wronc: so that they will know where thev ago. This policy has been approved i ajixious head upon. Tno by the people of Canada and at the j eot if ..he hard j sucj1 ijoing is jand worrisome. time met with the hearty approval of the British statesmen. After his recent announcement. the public men and the press of Great Britain have been unanimous in their com- mendations- of his policy as sane, safe and statesmanlike. Sir Wilfrid and the other leaders in Canadian public life will not be stampeded into any hurried, ill-con- si-dered action by a popular clamor that would he regretted in a few weeks or months. Some actions might have the brand of spectacular patriot- ism but might not prove to be the best- policy in the long run. The ques- tion is one of the greatest ever be- fore the Canadian people and should be considered carefully and without thoughts of party or political ad- vantage. The larger interests of Canada and the Empire will in the mind of any patriotic citizen be par- Tno c-an goes far enouch afier a but very But tm- ljdeas are scattered abroad in thefer-'are at and not criticize without rea- I of tne electorate, the of- i son as they are so often accused. oj there yet so what is the! saying Chief G-illespie has got the curfew; bell notion. It's -a darn fine i but the only trouble 'is it won't work j except in small villages. There arej in this burg about a thousand kids] big enough to run the streets, but j small enough to go to bed at nine o'clock every night. All of these are not allowed to run the streets but there are enough to keep about fortv ar? safely under the parental roof j when the bell rings. Parents should! know enough to keep the kids home after dark for their own sakes. but alas! Alack! too few recognize their Perhaps it is because they -do not want to be at home themselves amount and any effort to create a j to look after their little angels. They popular enthusiasm without careful judgment for. party purposes should .be discountenanced. WHAT CANADA OWES TO THE NAVY Canada owes much to the Britsh The navy was the principal would sooner leave the recreation per iod of education to the tender mer- cies of street gamins and older street Arabs who take more or less plea- sure out of teaching children the ways of darkness and twilight. Tf the chief's curfew would keep the oa- navy. June rents in at night it might do more instrument used in making Canada j'good but without the co-operation ni- si part of the British Empire and has j the home, all the police in four cities since been, our chief protection. This j and curfews on every corner couW country has not been and is not now j not keep the kids at home after nine able to maintain a navy adequate to o'clock. protect her interests fully i Canada realizing that the power of Britain's j If the chief cannot keep the kids off aavy has been behind her has been the street it is because the city can- able to extend her commerce at a not pass a bylaw compelling: the par- rapid -rate. During the past year j eats to lock them up. But at this the external trade has been over i season of the year, a "by-law is seven hundred million dollars. That 1 brought prominently before the minds trade would not be secure but for the j of the great gardening public. It navy. Germany would not have sub- j may not be injurious to the morals Owing to the large number of lots, the Auction Sale of Mr. Newton's stock of Silver Plate and Jewelry will be continued every afternoon and evening until sold Afternoon sales 3 o'clock A Evening sales 7 o'clock Everything must go. An opportunity that snoald not be missed Get Your Easter Gifts at the Sale Frank G. Waddington Phones 261 and 387 Auctioneer WHERE? J Opposite'the Ellison Mills WHEN Everytimeyou want any WHY? 4 You can get anything you want and you can savei 4 money I WHO The South Alberta I Lumber Co. Ltd. letUridge, dew Dayton S Migntfa Just arrived to-day with a fine car of HORSES READY FOR WORK J. F. RODGEKS Apply for RODGOR3 Sale Stables Wood St. LETHBRIDGE PROFESSIONAL CARDS MEDICAL DR. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucher. 9 a.m., 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Office 914 Red- path St. Phone 53. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEANE Street. a.m., 2_o. 7-S. DR. A. and rooi.-s. Stafford Block. Office 12, 1.3. 7-8.30. Phone uight and day 277. DR. J. E. LOVER Surgeon, Accoucher, 9 a.m., 11 to 1. 3 to 5, 7 to 8. Phone, day and night, 342. D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., ist, Eye, Ear, and Throat. Stafford Block, Lethbridge, Alta. Office a.m., 2-5 p.m.. 7.8 p.m. DENTISTRY STIRLING AND DISTRICT City Property, Business. Sites, Farm Lands, and Coal Lands REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE CONTRACT ING-W. H. Morns, con- tractor for the moving of buildings. Will work under contract or by the day. Office Crabb St., 1st north ol A." Southard's residence. TO THE PUBLIC We have bought out the Star Transfer Co. Draying Dutfit, and are prepared to execute all orders for DRAYING promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered promptly, on delivery. R. A. Davis Stirling Royal Collieries Coal HUGH TAYLOR, Agent will fill orders promptly. Weight and quality guar- anteed. A trial order solicited PHONE 287 DR. O. j. COURT ICE Dentist. Graduate of Northwestern Universi- ty, Chicago, 111. Office 1-5. Rooms 11 and 12, Alacdonald Block. UNDERTAKING ADDISON SON-Leadmg Under- takers and EnibaUners. The oldest established business in the city. Phone 102. Office and residence, 321 Crabb St. Parlors open day and night. T. S. FETTERLY-FUNERAL 01- RECTOR AND riages and equipment new and up to date. Parlors opposite fire hall. Open day and night. Phone 369. P. O. Box 493. MUSIC MADAM aniste, tion. Visits J t Coal, Ice and DRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite, Balmoral PH o N es- Pi- organ and voice produc- er receives pupils, preparatory or advanced. Coaching ror exams. Howard House, Street. R. Cooper, con- cert baritone. At 1'berty for con- certs, At Homes, etc. For terms, apply, Lethbridge, Alta. MR. ALBERT of Dr. -M.A.. Song Singing and Voice Culture. Pupil of Chaa. Hancock, Esq., F.K.C.O., L.R.A.M-. Organ and Theory. Voice culture, pipe organ, piano, harmony andv theory, song singing. Open for con- certs; banquets, "recitals, etc. on application. Box 690. Leth- bridge, Alta. JOHANNES H. pil of Henri Verbruggen. of Italy; ..Carl Berlin, Ger- Scotch 'music a specialty. Open 'for reaitals, ban- quets, concerts, terms ap. ply ejo Royal Collieries, Lethbridge. J. S. Phillips A. L Patteswi Phone 70 Office in Nelson Store W. rt. painter, house painter, paper hanger, sign writer, etc. 25 Argyie Ave. Phone 134. raitted to the surtax imposed nor the United States to the refusal for reciprocity if Canada had been de- pendent on her own strength for de- fence. This country would have been subject to the domination of the Mon- roe doctrine as the States in South of hens and dogs to run at large but it is certainly hard on the morals of people who have gardens and lawns. Many a man will break his New- Year's resolutions to cut out swear- ing and not let his angry passions rise, during the next few weeks when t t America are, if it had not been for j he sees his neighbors' hens scratch- j the protection of the navy- China j ing for their living in his flower bed! J with its vast wealth was the prey of i or scattering seeds of kindness or j f all nations until Japan's navy became radishes and lettuce for a hungry its protection. Canada, defenceless, would have been in the same posi- ti-on. Japan would have resented by brood. The poet's words "I would not hurt a living thing however weak i or small" which he had adopted a.s force the action of British Columbia j his motto from his winter reading of j in excluding Oriental? if the fear of j Seton-Thompson or Burroughs will 1 the British navy had not restrained lose" all their charm as he sees a dot; a bone in his sweet aca plan- i her. 'buryinj. These matters of dispute would have tation. He will run the risk of do-j' been the pretexts for attacks on Can- inff Bodily barm with intent to kill j to slay the brute on the i A lot of Pfto- ada that would have resulted in for- eign fleets coming in war to our har- spot, tag or no tag bors, our territory would have been i seized and our resources exploited for foreign benefit. But the fact that the British navy has been at the call of the Canadian people has restrained j the spoilers and Canada has been allowed peacefully to go about the j .building up of a nation, j Canada owes her present condi- j tion of prosperous nationhood to the j protection of the navy and it is only i eight now that she has 'acquired i wealth to do so, that she should bear I a share of the burdon of her own de- fence in some way or other. OUR POINT OF VIEW Watch Lethbridge grow heaatiful. Ask your successful neighbor where he got his flower seeds and get some, j They are still playing hockey in Manitoba. 3eedinsr is in full swing here. _____ Columbia, Alberta but- as Bomething extra IwxTour neighbor knows a THE DEADLY MICROBE Of disease lurks in second hand books of tho cir- culating library type, ours are new. CHEAP REPRINTS la Cloth Binding of "has Konw" OfMWri'rlit are retailed at 50c each. Tbey were each when Noah ran a Menagerifc. See our Easter Novel- ties. I JUI lit HCTIK HUH Hi i 'i CO o QC I O cn o ARROW LAKE ORCHARDS A Letter from "One of Our Satis- fied Purchasers. hp iollowine a copv oi a letter received from Mr. E. Wallace a fame- at Oareshotei and who accompanied one 01 onr excur- on pStfes pmchased fifty acres of land from us last fall. He spent the wintef vStinJ Ve fruit districts in the States and is now settled on his tod at Barton City, Arrow Colorado> n_ a valley which is one solid orchard. These or- sea level. They have to irrigate and O QC DC lands should not bring as much in time as we can produce as much and as good, fruit there, and irrigation. Burton W jrill be aether Palisade if the m CALLAGE. AW von interested in fruit growing? Are you interested in fishing? interested m making tre interested in securin0" a home with all these desirable characteris- tics If so join one of our excursionsand see for yourself the country, where vou'can have all these things at once. "sSe is Those who have seen believe, so will you. excursion party was too crowded. Our next the 14th of Awii is filled and we cannot take any more on that aat-e. we propose 10 second section of this party about the 18th April. Drop m and get full information. The Arrow Lake M. FREEMAN, General Agent Office, 3 and 4, Whitney Block, Lethbridge r i O 33 O 30 D 0) Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royal Collieries Ltd All Standard Stocks Handled HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, 8- C. LETHBRIDGE NO. C. 8. P. 0. on the second and fourth Tuea- v of each month at 8.15 p.m. 8HARMAN. M. E. R. BecreUry. LODGE PRIDE OP No. 293, ALBERTA, Sons of England Benefit Society Meets in the every first and in the month at particulars apply W. J. Wade, W. Presideut. Oddfedllows' Hall third Wednesday 8 p.m. For full Fred T. See., Box 67. letkbridge lerie Ho. 13? Meets lsi and Brc Monday? in K. of P Hall at J o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. j. ASHCROFT, W.P. 24-ly GUS NEIDIG, W.S. L. M. and Solicitor. Office adjoining Union Bank, Lethbridge. W. C. Barris- ter, etc. Office: Southard Block. CONYBEARE F. F. Conybeare, K.C.. D.C-L.; B. Morton Jones, B.C.L- Barristers, etc. Offices: Conybeare Block. Lethbridge, Alberta. H. A. J. Solicitor, Notary. Room H Staf- ford Bik. SURVEYING HAMILTON ,and Surveyors. Boom 4, Whitney 'Block. ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTORS F. B. Whitney Block. Room 9. JAS. A. Macdqnald Block, Redpath Lethbridge Alta. W. M. Calgary and Lethbridge. Specialist in Fireproof- ing, sanitation, heating and ventila- tion. Ernest E. M.B.A.A.. M.R.A., A.A.I.C., Etc., Manager Lethbridge Office, Bryan Block. and build- er.. Estimates cheerfully given.. Re- pairs and alterations executed at the shortest notice. Box 730, Leth- bridge, Alta. FRED. AND W. H. HOLT and builders. Esti mates furnished free. Repairs and alterations promptly attended to. All work guaranteed. Box bridge. R. E. engineer and contractor. Lighting and pow. er installations. Plans and specifi- cations. Office McKeown's Hard ware. Phone 302. A.F. A.M., G.R.A. Lethbridge Lodge Regular meeting night, the third Thursday of each month in the Masonic Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will si. ways receive a hearty welcome. A. C. Messer, W.M. G. V. Storkey, Secretory, P. O. Box 537. ARROW LAKE ORCHARDS THE HERALD WANT AD. COLUM NS BRINU EXCELLENT RESULTS-GIVE THEM A TRY OUT Modern Woodmen of America Lethbridge Camp No. 13689. Meets in the Oddfellows Hall every second and fourth Wednesday of the month. Viiiting will al- ways receive hearty welcome. Coun- cillor, G. W. Whiting; Banker, W. A. Cletk, N. Dowtetl. FOR BEST to Wil- 110.111 YT London Road. 15 years experience. Estimates free. 63-28 PEACE METAL WEATHER STRIP will last 8 lifetime. Saves storm sash. Absolutely Deludes grafts, dust and smoke. S. J. Thompson, P. 0. Box 642. '2-28 GEORGE and builder. Estimates free. Repairing and alterations a specialty. Tern- porary office City Bakery, tord St., or Box 355, City. I. EAKIN, PUBLIC STENOO. Postoffice Block. Telephone No. 383. ;