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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ALTA., MONDAY, 12, THE: Pool Hall JS NOW OPEN Best Pool, Billiard and Shoe Shining Parlor in the west, Hot and Cold Bath. A fine line of cigars and Tobaccos V. RODGERS Prop. W. M. MURRAY Manager Kean Block, Opposite the Post Office, Good's Stand The Letter Box A RESTRICTED'DISTRICT Lethbridge, April 9, 1909. Editor Herald: Dear last week's issue oi' the JSTews appears an editorial headed "An Unfair Test of Public Opinion." This editorial is very much to the point and hits the nail squarely on. the head but DOES NOT HIT IT HARD ENOUGH. Heferring case cited therein; I may say that I consider the gentle-1 man lacketl backbone The ladies? j (God save the mark) i knowingly laid' themselves open to criticism but took -advantage of their sex to secure names.- It would, how- ever, have been -an easy matter for the man to have excused himself tin-' til he had disposed of the stenogra-! pher and there told' the he really thought. I was personally approached in a similar -manner and refused iny nature though surrounded toy five fe- males all arguing the point together. Should the colony be broken up what would be the result? The den- izens would be scattered-.'broadcast throughout the best residential parts of our city and. instead of the dis- ease being confined to one spot, where it could be watched and kept in chock, it would be spread all er the place. How would one of our ministers, feel under the following circum stances? Looking out some fine morning he sees- men and teams at work on a near-by- lot excavating a cellar and in due course a fine residence is brick, cut stone and all the finest embellishments boing used' to. make it elaborate- Fine furnish- etc., an ideal residence and .its size bespeaks wealth. Mr. Minister naturally .congratu- Was Troubled With Weak Back For Years. Coold Mot Perform Duties. Doctors Without MM. Arch. Bclmro, "For I ww troubled witk weak back. Oftentimes I Uin in bed for days, being to turn my- self, and I hare been great lufferor while trying to perform JBJT household dutioa. I had doctors attending me with- out avail and tried and but nothing seemed to do roe any good. I was about to give up in despair when my husband induced me to try Doan's Kidney Pills, and after using two bores I am now well and able to do my work. I posi- tive Dean's Kidney are all that you cliiira for them, and I would advise all kidney sufferers to give them a fair trial" Doan'a Kidney PiUs are a purely vege- table medicine, realizing uuick, permanent relief, without any after ill effects. A medicine that will absolutely cure Back- all forms of Kidney and Bladder Disease, A medicine that strengthens the iidiieyr so that they are enabled to ertract the poisonous uric acid from the blood and pre- vent tiie chief cause of Rheumatism, Price 50 cents per box, or 3 for at all dealers or The T. Milbum Limited, Toronto, Ont. In ordering speoify ;THE LATEST CREATION FOR SUMMER WEAR, ALL THE COMFORTS OF A TURN DOWN EFFECT. "Anchor" Brand "Westmount" Star Sfe. "Almonte" for We, BY LEADING1-FURNISHERS. MADCBY TOOKIE LIMITED. MOHTMAU. MANUFACTURERS Of NECKWEAR AND IMPORTERS OF MEN'S 16 'PRICE on Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Painted Metallic Siting Metallic Shingles before buying elsewhere We have just placed a carload of the well-known and Siding Co.'s goods in stock DUVETS NMUFUTOIING warn Office and Factory NMCII ITKETI Telephone 168 I X lates himself-on having a J'. neighbor, but after a week or two of when perhaps his wife fas called on the he. finds that his neighbor is a "Sport." I imagine the feelings of Lits.seU an-d wife. So long as the tenant Is also th'.- owner and the place is not disonierlv his only recourse is to grin and' b- ;.r it, and. no 'doubt mentally self for being such an ass as Vo have helped on the movement which such an occurrence probable. Now, Mr. Editor, I trust you will pardon the length of this screed, but I .deem the matter one of vital im- portance. Yours sincerely, Restriction. CARDSTON NOTES THE LIQUOR LI. CENSE ORDINANCE Applications for al of Liquor The following applications for licen- se's will be considered at the annual meeting of the Board of License Com- missioners for License District No. 5, to be held at Lethbridgc on Thursday, the 13lh day of May, 1909, at 3 o'clock p.m. H. E. Miebach, for renewal of hotel license in respect of the Windsor Hotel, situate on lots 1, 2 and 3, Block 4, Plan 723 D.f Lethbridge; William Henderson, for renewal of hctel license in respect of the Balmor- al Hotel, situate on lots 30 and 31, Block 32, Lethbridge; William Henderson, for renewal of hotel license iu respect of the bridge Hotel, .situate on lots 20, 21 and-22. Block 18, Lethbridge; Henderson and Downer, for renew- ill of hotel license iu rvispeet of thfc Coaldale Hotel, situate on lots 1 and 2, Block 32, Lethbridge; Hudson's Bay Co. for renewal of wholesale license in respect of the premises situate on lot 22, Block 7, Lethbridge; William Porter, for renewal of ho- tel license in respect of the Arlington Hotel, situate on lois 8, 9, 10 and 11, Block 6, Plan 4353 S., Lethbridge. Henry Hobson, for renewal of ho- tel license in respect of the Royal Hotel, situate on lots 9 and 10, Block 40, Plan 5365 L., Taber; Joseph Dobhs, for renewal of hotel respect of the Union Hotel, situate on lots 6, 7, 8 and 0, in Block 18, Taber; Donald J. McMillan, for renewal of wholesale license in respect of the premises situate on lot 20, Block 18, Plan L., Taber; Palace Hotel Company, Ltd., lor renewal of hotel license in respect of the Palace Hotel, situate on lots 36 to 38 inclusive, in Block 4, Plan 5638 L., Tatxyr; The Dallas Hotel Co., Ltd., tor re- newal of hotel license in respect of the Dallas Hotel, situate on lots .12 and 13, Block 31, Lethbridge. A. L. Roy, for renewal of wholesale license in respect of .the premises sit- uate on lot 13, Block 7, Lethbridge; C. C. Pagmielo Wine and Spirit Co., for renewal of wholesale license in respect of the premises situate on lot 11, Block 7, Lethbridge; Demmon Bros., for.renewal of hotel license in respect of the Coal City Hotel> situate on lots 27 to 29, Block 18, Coal City. DATED at Edmonton this 6th day of April, 1909. A. Y. BLAIN, 101-1 Acting Deputy Attorney General. E. LOR ING KELLY Late of the Bush Templte Stock of Chicago. Will Appear with Brandons' Players in Aunt" at the Lyceum Monday Night LIQUOR LICENSE THE ORDINANCE Application for Renew. al of Hotel License The following application for re- newal _of hotel license will be consid- ered by the Board of License Com- mission frs, at the annual meeting to be held at Lethbridge on Thursday the 13th day _ of May, 1909, at 3 o'- clock, p.m. Carroll and- Doyle, for renewal of hotel license in respect of the Taber Hotel, situate on lots 26, 27 and 28, Block 3, Taber, Alberta. DATED: at Edmonton this 10th day oL April, 1909. A. Y. 102-1 Acting Deputy Attorney General. At BONNEL FURMAN'S Livery SATURDAY, APRIL 17th At 2.30 p.m. by W. L. Wilson AUCTIONEER A number of horsei both broken and unbroken; Also a uumber of fresh milch cowg. Anyone wanting a horse, or cow should make a great effort to attend this sale. Anyone wishing to make entries for this sale should phone the auctioneer or deliver at Funnan's Barn Saturday forenoon, April 17th. W. L. WILSON, Auctioneer Phone 189 Charles Head, brakeman, found guilty oi criminal negligence in the case of the Sandbank wreck, was sen- tenced to-three months'- imprison- ment at Cobourg, by Judge. Britton. Section foreman Balden was- found not guilty in. the same connection. General Booth received a message from Earl Grey wishing him contin- ued health and happiness and adding, "There are many in Canada who are better -and. happier for your; life's work." Established 1855 Capital (Paid Up) Reserve Fund HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL 68 BRANCHES IN CANADA U.S. Exchange Bought and Sold at Lowest Kates Accounts, of All Kinds Carried upon Favorable Terms SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits of and upwards received. date of de'josit-at highest rates tttttrifce BraKh, Rsdpitk St. L D. JOHNSON, An Ontario Liberal convention will It first intended-, to -hold be held in Toronto in the suroer oilit during the- coming autumn. Cardston, April West of Mountain View returned from Ma- grath. to-day accompanied by his. wife. Sir. West has been very, sick for the past tec days but has recovered suf- ficiently to return home. Messrs. Honing and Irving, of tne jttussey Harris Company are in town! looking over the field for theirv busi- ness. As announced in the jVJassey Harris people are goingi to erect a large warehouse 'here this year. T, S. McKenzie of the 0. W. Eerx Company, cama in yesterday with a fe'-v land scc-kers. The 0. W. Kerr "Company have bought out the B. >V, Pu'-.jg Realty Company and E. W.PIlling will .work with the Com- pany for some time. Arnold, the infant child of X-L A: Wilson and vafe, died suddenly yes- terday morning at 8. The child, 'had been ailing for the greater part of the winter but it appeared to be. much improved during the last two weeks. The funeral "services were held in the ".Relief Society Hail at 10 a.m. today, Messrs. J. P. .Low, 3MT. A. Coorubs, Z. W. Jacobs, Sterling Williams, and James Hampton spoke. Yesterday Messrs. Frank Austin, Carl Thompson and Carl Danielson purchased the property of Johanas Anderson on Daines Street, This is one of the best pieces of real Cardston. Frank Austin will build a livery and sale stable on the lot in the next sixty days. The thrifty people of Beazer ire or- ganizing a creamery association. Thy capital stock of three .thousand is more than half paid up to commence with. The factory will b'o located about half a mile west of the school house. Osborne Wight, who is teaching at Kimball, civmc to spend the Easter with his friends. Mr. Owen, of tho Kerr Company, is purchasing horses to use in breaking the sod in the largo ranch recently taken-over by the Company. E. Strachon Cox, a well known To- ronto stock broker, has been stricken with paralysis. Manufactured in Vancouver, B C., of the very best Kiln- dried Lumber, in latest de- signs. Prospective builders would do well to write nm before deciding on a house A. Spencer ACOfT wl WILKIt, IACLE00 Wi I I I V I I EXCEL IN PRINTING 1 When You Waiit Particular Printing Place Your Work With The Herald lob Business men and others hare every reason to patronize the Herald, where experience has taught them that the beat in the art can be jjroduced here, effec- tively and promptly. If you are not a patron of the Herald Job Department, let us estimate on your next work. W. Pbow 106 ;