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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta UTHBRIDQK, ALTA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, Daily HeroM Printed by ths Daily Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at its office. Round St., Lethbridge. Alberta, Canada W. A. 0UCHANAN, Managing Di- rector and Editor Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered Daily, aix months, delivered Daily, throe axmths, delivered Daily, one month, delivered Daily, one year, by mail Daily, six months, by mail Daily, three by mail.. 2.00 1.00 .36 3.00 1.76 .86 Weekly Herald, one year 1.60 Addresses changed as often as de. but both new and eld address must be given. CANADA FQR STRONG The returns for :the past federal fiscal year show that the Government has rigorously carried out its policy of "hand-picking" the coming to our shores from foreign countries. Thousands of undesirables WHITE MAN DEXIL Some Indians were buying a stock of paint for iheir Sun Dance which take place about two woeks be- fore the first or July. One old man was asked what he thought of the Big Bridge. Through an interpreter he replied, '-White mun is one big devil to build so high a bridge out of iron." REAL POKER The Seattle Times says that they play'real poker at Clairton, Pa. Four aces, two of them diamonds, were beaten by a jack full and a revolver. The man who held the two diamond aces is dying in a hos-1 pital and the man who held tfce re-] volver has taken to the woods. im X Made in. styles to suit the most ex- acting, in wear. BOULEVARD Htifht. IJi in. Ixiek 2 in. front. Made Qaarter By the most carcful.expert workman- ship. Perfectly sbapiii anU double stitched for strength and lone wear. Site. each. 3 for 50c. Castlu Berlin. WANTS C. P. R. Enters Suit Against the Company have been refused admittance brinS a iresl1 bucket of water-" j and thousands of others have "You Doubtless inean a bucket 01; been transported to the coun- This CORRECT ENGLISH A college professor who prided him- self on his correct English heard hisj Donald G. McAuley, brakeman who wife remark, intend to call Jane j was injured at Fernie over a coal chute has issued a writ against the burn. X D., each with a car of set- C. P. K. for damages. tiers' effects-, and go south to settle t Iresh corrected the professor. CITY AND DISTRICT. T. L. Clarke, the florist, has a line display of Easter Lilies in bloom. His cut flowers, which arc always of a high gratlr, will include, for Easter choice roses, carnations, lily of the valley, daffodils, and double tulips. Mr. Clarke is also showing a large variety of now palius, ferns, etc.. just arrived. A specialty with this busi- ness is the execution on the shortest notice o'f artistic funeral other designs, choicest flowers always being on hand. The membership cards are now vet the hands of the committee of- the Horticultural Society and any one wishing can secure one for a dollar. Members can secure seeds at twenty- five per cent, discount on catalogue prise- by arranging them through Goo. Taylor, florist, one of the vice- presidents of the society. John Taylor's mother and his bro- Lher Will, who have been visiting him here for some time, returned to their home in Omemce, X.'D., this morn- ing on the Flyer. James Hoam, Gosselin. and A. J. Dennis arrived from TVash- Car Of Raymond Sugar On Track Today I The ientley Co. Ltd. fiione i5 ami Retail lETHBIIDGE Just arrived to-day with a fine car of HORSES READY FOR WORK J. F. RODGERS Apply for Particulars RODGERS 4 YOUNG Sale Stables Wood St. LETHBRIDGE try from whence they came, policy is in accordance with the wish of the -people who -want Canada to be kept free 'from the criminal and dis- eased classes. Canada is no place for weaklings. It is a country of rare opportunities for the man with strength and -wiii to embrace them. It is no place for the misguided who think .the wjrid -owes ihem a living as a tree gilt or for those who would feonesuy il they were physically able. Canada has boundless acres, foreste, mines and fisheries to provide a livelihood and competence for those who can and will use brain and "I wish you would pay attention to your rhetoric; your mistakes are cur- ious." A few moments later the pro lessor said, "My dear, that picture would show to better advantage if you were to hang it over the clock." she replied, quietly, "you doubtless mean if I were to hang it above the clock. If I were to hang it over the clock, we could not tell the time. I wish you be isors with your rhetoric, my dear; mistakes are curious." And the professor all at once became very much interested in the book he was reading'. The Nox Tasteless Liquor. Drug and i Tobacco Cure We have yet to hear of one failure! to cure where a tair trial has been i given. Can be given without the per- j at Warner. Hans Olsen, from Omcmee. X. D., has arrived with a car of effects for Lethbridge. Easter Holiday Rates For the Easter Holidays the Canad- ian Pacific Railway Company an- or wife, you would be doing a great Bounce a rate of fare and one-third work by 'giving this remedy to some j for the round trip. Tickets will be members of your family. We will, on Aprij gtll to 12th, in- mail a month's treatment for five d dollars. The Bcobell Drug Co., w return until April Catherines, Ont. 13th. brawn .to develop these. But the country producing the criminal and j CLARESHOLM incompetent- who are useless in this ciaresbolm, April weather work must keep them. Canada has j show? signs of change and snow no room 'nor hospitality for such. ONE OF THE GRAND OLD MEN There are today a number of old men prominent in the world's events, who rightfully bear the title of Grand ;Old Men. Such as Count Tolstoi, -Lord Strathcona, Gold-win Smith are among these. But no one is more I able complaint The funeral took deserving "of the title than General j place today to Calgary. WilKam Booth, who on Saturday cele- i a E> Toilotson was in Calgary- 'to-! brates his eightieth birthday. His j at Horse Show, his falling tonight, but even if it does change for the worse the farmers have done quite a of work. The sad death of Mrs. Cummings, wife of J. Cummings, of Cummings and Lindsiy, implement agents, oc- curred on. Saturday. Deceased had been ill for some time with an incur- career as founder and leader of the Salvation Army is one of the remarkable in 'the history of move- ments to benefit mankind. The rapid expansion and great success of work reads like.fiction. All over the j world where the Army is established i and that leaves out very few places, the birthday of the venerable gen- -eral will be celebrated with befitting honors. son took first p3ace with his Shet- land pony. The annual meeting of the Turf OUR POINT OF VICW Get your membership card for .the Horticultural Society. Join the ranks of the r'Lethbridge Beautiful" Society. It is distinctly a benefit'society, the benefit going to the members, the city as a whole and who may come within our gates. j Association was held today. A res-j ion was passed giviug- the direct- ors power to reduce the capital from j to H. P. BeH was appointed president and the former! directors were re-appointed. John Robertson was made track manager, and J. lU-'Watt sec.-treas. It was decided to hold a small matinee bni May 2ith, and also to have a big1! celebration on July 1st. The track will be fenced shortly and the grounds much improved. T. W. Quayle was in Calgary today C. Platzoeder has gone to Oregon oa business. Messrs. Wilson and Ardell are open- ing a jewelry store in the shop lately, occupied by C. Platzoeder. WtiERE AMHERST f mf MAKE IXCflS 7 POINTS Workmen's Shoes are our specialty. We carry a heavy stock in Miner's Roadmen's and Workmen's Shoes See our Window Our Prices are the Lowest CRANUM A question to decide: Which, i would make the better lodging place 1 Granom, April correspon- for transients, tents in the square; dent, who has been away for some or the market building? Itirae, has returned and is again in t harness and will give a. good account Who is it, Lewis, Sherman or Stockett? The events of the next few days will decide the point. GERMAN Beside Bentley's THE SHOEMAN The rush ot settlement is only be- ginning. Wait until the American and Eastern Canadian farmers get their seeding done. Then they will ,cpme in crowds that will be surpass- ed only by the crowds that will rush liere after harvest. Another argument for the suffraget- tes is the fact that Mrs. Oliphant of of himself henceforth. Rev. Patterson, who has had the cares of the Presbyterian people, as pastor, OK bis mind for the past year and a. half left this morning ror j Westminster Hall, Vancouver, "where he will study theology for the sum- mer, returning in the fall to agtiin take up the work here. H. J. liadsay has purchased the draying of Mr. F. Sand- ffathe. Our town is booming ;strongly this spring, dozen buildingw now being Toronto won the four hundred dollar i under'-way of construction, prize offered by the Navy League of Tleasrs. A. Lushie, and J. Canada "Shall Canada Have a Navy of Her McNar- lan, lost heavily from a prairie fire which broke away from the premises of Kr. Dykerfnore, who had taken ev- A Laymen's Missionary Congress in 'flry precaution to prevent the fire Massey Hall in Toronto discussing plans for the cementing of brother- liood, and the School Board of the same city in another building pass- ing a -resolution to dismiss Roman from getting away. The settlers are fast coming in anc we expect a bly boom, this summer. Bev. Edmonds, of Killam, is now the Presbyterian minister of this Catholic teachers ;on the school staff, i place. is a piece of inconsistensy .not to fo expected in a Christian commnnrty. The School Board .might better have been at Hall STRENGTH OF THE NAVIES Here is the standing at the end of 1908 of the leading powers in the world the matter of battleships 1st 2nd class class Great Britain 50 United macs 33 Germany 30 France 13 Japan 11 Six of the first-class battleships of Britain are of the Dreadnought type, and no other nation has any of these in commission. It. is the same with cruisers. Three of these are of a -class yjf j..vn....e other navy. The statTding of the nfc iions as regaixk cruisers was on the openinf of the present year as fol- 1st tod 3rd class class class Onpt BftUin m V H ll 3 11 Jas. Blair is erecting a" new brick block which will be a big addition to tna main street and business portion of town. n t 4 DEADLY MICROBE Of disease lurks in Kaad books of the cir- culating library type, oar's are new. CHEAP REPRINTS In Cloth Binding of "hat been" Copyright Novelt They were 60 when Noah ran a Menagerie. Imperial... Bank of HEAD OFFICER-TORONTO Capital Authorized 1 _ Capital Paid Up Rest D. R. WILKIE President. HON. ROBERT JAFFJiAY Vice.Pres. Accounts of Corporations, Municipalities, Merchants, Fanners and Private Individuals invited. SAVINGS Special attention is given to Sayings Bank Accounts. Deposits of and upwards received and inter- est allowed at current rate from date of deposit. Free Estimates on the lumber for your house, barn or granary. We guarantee the quality of all the Lumber we sell No Order too Large No Order too Small Lumber delivered to any .part of the city The South Alberta Lumber Co. Ltd. New Diyton S Magrttli PROFESSIONAL CARDS MEDICAL OR. W. 9. GALBRAITH-Fhysicum. Surgeon, Accoucher. 9 a.m.. 2-3; 7.8 p.m. Office 914 Bed- path St. Phone 53. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEANE Street. a.m., 7-8. DR. A. and Stafford Block. Office 12, 1.3, Phone night and 277. DR. J. LOVER I NG-Phyaician, Surgeon, Accoucher, Block. 9 aju., 11 to 1, 3 to 5, 7 to 8. Phone, day night. 342. D. A. TAYLtfR, M.D., ist, Eye, Nose and "Throat. Stafford Block, Lethbridge, Office a.m., 2-5 p.m., 7.8 p.m. II STIRLING I AND DISTRICT City Property, Business Sites, Farm Lands, and Coal Lands 1 REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 4 t R. A. Davis Starling City South of Ellison Mill H. Morris, con- tractor for the moving of Will work under contract or by the day. Office Crabb St., 1st north of A. residence. Lethbridfift Manager, Begin "Block, Round" St., beside Bentley's Stpre, TO THE PUBLIC We have bought out the Star Transfer Co. Draying putfit, and are prepared to execute all orders for DRAYING promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered promptly; Cath on jdeli very; 1 S. Mips A: L Pattesoi Phone 70 Office in Nel wra Store Boyal Collierto Coal TAYLOR, Agent will fill orders .promptly. Weight and quality anteed. A trial order solicited PHONE 287 Coal, Ice and 4 I DRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PHONlE 03 ADD I SON Under- takers and Embalmers. The oldeit established business in the city. Phone 102. Office and residence. 321 Crabb St. open day and night. T. S. FETTERLY-FUNERAL D1- RECTOR AND riages and equipment new and up to date. Parlors opposite fire half. Open day and night. Phone 369. P, 0. Box 493. MUSIC MADAM Pi- aniste, organ and voice produc- tion. Visits or receives preparatory or advanced. Coaching for sxams. Howard House, Urabb Street. K. Cooper, con- cert baritone. At Fherty lor con- certs, At .Homes, etc. For apply, Lethbridge, Alta. MR. ALBERT of Dr. Briggs, M.A., Song Singing and Voice Culture. Pupil or Hancock, Esq., F.R.C.O., LJI.A.M-, Organ and Theory. Voice culture, pipe organ, piano, harmony and theory, song singing. Open for con- certs, banquets, recitals, etc. Termi on application. Box 690, Letb- bridge, Alta. JOHANNES H. pil of Henri. Verbruggen, of Italy; Carl Simihs, ol Berlin, Ger- many. High Class Scotch music V specialty. Open ior recitals, -ban- quets, concerts, etc. For terms ap. ply cjo .Eoyal Collieries, Lethbridge. LEGAL W. fl. vBROWN-rCarriage painter, house 'painter., paper hanger, sign writer, etc. 25 Argyie Ave: Phone 124: Canada Western Chartered Corporation r Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royal Collieries Ltd All Standard Handled HEAD VICTORIA, B C AR ROW LA KE ORCHARDS i CO Q QC I O QC O u O QC ut A Letter front One of Our Satis-t fied The following is a copy of a letter received from Mr. R. W. Wallace who'was a iarmer 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 and is now settled on his land at Burton City, Arrow Lakes. 7 Palisade, Colorado, March 11, 1909. Dear Mr. Freeman, This is a fruit country, a valley which is oae solid orchard. These or- chards sell at per acre. The elevation is feet above sea level. They haye to irrigate and water costs 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 good fruit there, and without irrigation. Burton Valley wfll be another Palisade if the people who ara interested in land there do their part." SIGNED: Tfoiirs truly, R. 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 so, join one of our excursions and -see for yourself the country, where "you can have all these things at once: "Seeing is Those who have seen believe, so will you. bur last excursion party was too crowded. Our next on the 14th of April is filled and we cannot take any more on that date. We propose to nm second section of this party about the 18th April. Drop in and get lull information, The Arrow Lake Orchards M. FREEMAN, Guml Office, 3 MM! Block, Lethbridge LCTH8RIDGE B. P NO. 3b o; E -ts on: the second and! fourth Tues- y ol each month at 8.15 p.m. 1. A. 8RARMAN. "'.'W Secretary r PRIDE No. 293, LODGE Sowof Eoglaw Meets in the every first and fn the month at particulars apply W. J. Wade, W. President. IncfitSKlet) Hall third Wednesday .For full Fred T. Sec., Box 67. m O 3D O v 0) ARROW LA K E O RC H A RD S Isi and Hrd M p n d inK.ofP Hall at fc o'clock. L. M. JOHNSTONE-Barnater and Solicitor. Office adj'oining Union Bank, Lethbridge. W. C. Barris- ter, etc." Office: Southard Block. CONYBEARE F. Conybeure, K-Cj, D.C.L.; B. Mortoii Jones, B.C.L. Barristera, solicitors, etc.; Officies: Cony bear e Block- ILeihbridge, Alberta. H. A. -j.% Solicitor, ford Blk. Notary. ;Room H Staf- SURVEYING HAMILTON and .Surveyors. Room 4. Whitney ARCH ITECTS AND CONTRACTORS Whitney Block, Room 9. JAS. A. Macdonald Block, Redpatb Street. Lethbridge W. M. Calgary and Lethbridge. Specialist in Fireproof, ing, saQitation, heating and" ventila- Ernest E- Carver, M.B.A.A.. Etc., Mtoagei Lethbridge Office, Bryan Block. and build- Estimates cheerfully given. Re- pairs and alterations executed at the shortest notice. Box 730, bridge, FRED. ROONEY AND W. H. HOLT and builders. Esti mates furnished -free. Repairs alterations promptly attended to. All work guaranteed. Box 96, Leth- bridge. R. E. and contractor. Lightini ana pow. er .installations. Plans and specifi- catio'ns. Office McKeown's Hard ware. Phone 308. brethren are cordially invited. "a. AfHCROFTr W.P GU8 NEIDIQ. W.t: THI HIRALD WANT AD, OOLUMNt MINO IXCtLLINT MI1ULTS- QIVI THIM A TRY OUT A.F. fc A.M., Q.R.A. Letbbridge Lodge Refular raeeilnf night, the third Thursday of each month in the Masonic Hall, P. O. Block, at 6 p.m. Viiitiof brethren will al, receive a .hearty welcome. A. C. W.M. Q. V. SecreUrr. P. 0. Box W7. ModJtni Uthbridfe Camp No. 1 Meets in the Oddfellows 'Rati fourth of month. VUitlnf wifhbors rwtll al- ways receirt a hearty wetomt. COSJB- cilfof. O. W. WhitlDf: W. A Olork, W. DOWMH. FOR BEST to WU- a liam Watte, builder and contoaeior, London Tldad. 15 years eiperienw. Estimates free. 68-11 PEACE METAL WEATHER STRIP will last a lifetime. Saves stonn sash. Absolutely excludes drafts, dust and smoke. R. J. Thompson, P. 0. Box 642. QEORQE and builder. Estimates tree. Repairing and alterations a specialty. Ton. porgry office City Bakery, Ford St., STENOGRAPHY 4 I. IAKIN, STiNOO. RAFHCR-Offloe, Ho. SSI. HabH of