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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LKTHBNIDOC, ALTA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, M Tlii Duly Herald Printed by ths Daily Herald Printing Co., Ltd., eTery lawful evening at ite office. Bound St., Letbbridge. Canada W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Di- Editor Subscription Ratts Daily, one year, delivered Daily, liz months, delivered 2.00 .Daily, three months, delivered Daily, one month, delivered Daily, one year, by mail Daily, six months, by mail Daily, three mouths, by mail.. 1.00 .36 3.00 1.75 .86 THE ALPINE CLUB OF CANADA At the regular meeting oi the Knox Church Young People's Guild Monday night, the meeting was ia charge of the educational committee. The two most interesting features of the pro- gram vrere au organ solo by Herbert T. Law, and a talk by Rev. A. M. Gordon on The Alpine Club of Can- ada. The talk was most interesting and would bear repeating before a1 larger audience. He gave a most in- teresting description of the first as-c cent of Mount Hermit by three par-' sons and two guides. The, beauty and magnificent grandeur of a sunrise as seen by these climbers and the in- vigorating exhilaration of the sport as well as the superb view from the summit, were some of the rewards for BEAUTIFYING THE CITY Herald, one year .......1-50 Addresses changed as- often as de. OU441UJli ncic WUIC V4 Mre but both new and old address uu givea the strenuous effort required. He showed how the dangers which add j interest to the sport were minimized j by the use of the rope and the ice axe and Alpine stock. The speaker "OXFORD Newest .smart style, now popular ia London. 21 nches high at back. Aljsoiu CAMBRIDGE, 2 in. high. DcmanU CASTLE BRAND Some W. G. R. Collar suits every taste and occasion. Quarur OF BERLIN M We are all anxious to make Leth- bridge "a city beautiful." The Gait, jjgo described the formation of gla- Cnt., Reporter, offers some surges- j ciers. the origin of avalanches and the for the beautification of tb.-u i dangers' of fog. an experience during city which might very well be adopt- t a thunderstorm, and the excitini; j sport of coasting down a slope on the heels while using the Alpine stock as a rudder and brake. j In the spring vf 1906 at Winnipeg the Alpine Club of Canada was form- since then it has grown fast. iaded, take it down or paint Resolve never to throw paper i the street. Take all dandelions out of lawn, they spoil its beauty. Destroy the young weeds that a ei here. They are as follows: If your store front, residence or fence is uingy, order it painted. If your awning is old, :.orn or faded, get a new one. If your sidewalk, gate or fence i needs repairing, fix it, j At the first camp at the Yoho Pass If your advertising sign is uld or j onjy seventy attended but last year nearly two hundred met at Eogers Pass and now the membership is about four hundred. Canadians from ocean to ocean are beginning to re- alize the invigorating, exciting pleas- ure of a mountain climber who as- straying on your property and .oa J Cends some lofty peak where no man your neighbor's property. j is known to have trod before. In or- Burn all the rubbish possible, der to encourage this sport in Canada j low no one to throw it on the j the C. P. E. have imported experienc-1 streets, alleys, or vacant lots. j ed guides from Switzerland and the i promise not to .spit on the sida- j Alpine Club have published an il- j j lustra ted booklet descriptive oi in- j .Organize a block improvement j teresting actual experiences in moun-' society, and allow no weeds to tain climbing in Canada. grow on sidewalk area, "or vacant' property in your block. Irrespective of the size of your house, make your lawn the finest. Illuminate the front of your store in the business section. Every effort put forth or dollar spent to improve. our town's ap- pearance will be returned two-fold. CARDSTON The Stuttz Company will present the at the As- sembly Hall tonight. From Card- ston the company will go to Magratb whore they have ari engagement for a series of plays. S. F. Kimball of Raymond is in town on business. He likes Cardston as well as ever. John Holmes has been appointed a Justice of the Peace for this town. Mr. Holmes is an old time British j subject, and will, no doubt, do well in j the position. The Hasaey-Hurm Company are commencing to build a large Imple- ment house just east of the residence i of Mark Spencer. The main build- I ing will be 24x60 with an office and a workshop in addition. The build- j ing will be frame with a covering of j tin. I Dr. Weeks has three land-buyers j in today. I J. H. Hampton will leave for Ceii- terville, Utah the early part of next week.. He has been in Canada for 1 nine years and has done well here i but his mother is ill and desires that i he shall return home. His many j friends regret to see him leave but j trust that he will be successful in his new avocation. Alvin Campbell, who was injured- by a horse on the llth inst. is some- Iwhat better now. Dr. Stacpoole was i summoned and found the injuries i were not serious. In the course of ten davs he will be around again. DEFEND MINTO CUP i Vancouver, Bv C., April Columbia Lacrosse association has gtven the New Westminster holders of the Minto Cup, permission to defend the Cup against Eastern Clubs at any time with the excep- tion of March 24, July 1 vr Labor reserved by the provincial league. ONTARIO POTATOES per sack de- j Hvered from car. On Track Today The Bentley CD. ltd, anrf Retail Phone 55 lETHBRIiGE THE G. T. P. LOAN The Dominion Government is bound to carry out the Grand Trunk Pacific project if the company requires j a little temporary assistance cover- ing the period, when, -bonds will not sell readily, the Government acts wisely in lending the money, help- ing along a great national undertak- ing and preserving the credit of the Dominion. The Government bas placed itself -upon, record upon two questions of tbe greatest, importance, and there is every .reason to believe the people MISSIONARY "AT HOME." A very successful missionary "At Home" was held by the Women's Mis- sionary Society of the Methodist church at the home of Sirs. A. L Fos- ter Monday afternoon, about twen- ty-five being present. Mrs. Foster oc- cupied, the chair in the absence of the president and presented the fol- lowing program which was admirably rendered: Devotional exercises. Piano Foster. A Southard. Instrumental Harri- son and Ella Cook. E. Felger. Missionary J. M. Harrison. King At the close of the program. re- _ __ _ freshments were served, and a most action "of "the'Gov-j enjoyable social hour was spent. Five eminent Jn each caw. j members of the Westminster W.M.S. Canada is willing to continue in were Present. the work of defence, tixus assisting the Imperial government in time of but .this.must be done consist- ent with the terms of the British North..America Act, and in a manner which, preserves the terms of the con- MILK RIVER NEWS .April 9, Miller, left stitution in their original integrity. Canada has already relieved tho British taxpayer of the expense of maintaining the docks of Esquimalt ami Halifax and Sir "Wilirid intends to organize a system of naval de- lence in a -manner which will take the j J-with several land greatest advantage from the latest! yesterday on a business trip to Glen- eoe, Minn. Albert Nelson of Plainview, Minn., arrived here last Saturday with a carload of settlers effects which he has moved to nis farm in Section 23.. and where he will begin to make improvements right away. lie; Grove of the 0. W. Kerr Co. devices known to the British admir-1 e- alty. The Grand Trunk Pacific loan proper and reasonable. This is a. national undertaking and the govern ment and country are pledged to it. The North West has developed to nearly double the size it -was in 1903 in point of land occupation aud crop product. In the days before the Grand Trunk Pacific was commenced traffic was so great that it was found impossible to move the crops, how much greater is the necessity, with over acres of land in the hands of private individuals than there was when the road was con- templated. The Government of tbe day is solv- ing the problems of the people as they arise, but is not carried away by frenzy or excitement. A plain, straightforward business sense actu- Government, and time will of the admradstra- two great BUILDING LATH No reason why you shouldn't and every reason why you should buy here. Get a stock of4 LATH that the biggest kicker can't find fault with. Take a stroll throughour yards and look at the LUMBER piles. Lots of material here, for all kinds and grades of work. _ We, can quote you attractive Rogers-Cunningham Telepnonea 23 and 123 came Warner today and took in the of our. little town between trains. Mr. Win. Rock, of Plainview, Minn- esota, was here several days looking after the-interests of his farm. Geo. who recently came up from Glencoe, Minn., to visit his uncle, Fred Michaelis, and family, took seriously sick with pneumonia last week, but is improving nicely under the care of Dr. Field of War- ner. Mr .J. Lewis is expecting Ms daughter, Miss Edna, to arrive today from Omaha, Nebraska. Tomfohr Bros, have just finished building a large new barn on their and -will use the old one for a work shop. The.boys are get- ting every thing fixed up in good shape and will have one of the best improved farms in this section. They want to break and put in about four hundred acres of their land this spring yet, and expect to be busy all summer making other improvements. Ellert bought the old Police and is moving the same to 4-- 4- t '4- For Exacting Dressers we have created an entirely- new-style in 3 button Sack Suits. Not only are lapels, pockets and cuffs different from former are, also. We went abroad for the Tweeds and got the best in England, FIT- Scotland and MREFORM, OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING WESTERN STATIONERY CO., LTD Legal Form School Supplies Just received New Samples of Gent's Suits "We will make yon a suit cheaper than you can buy made CITY DYE WORKS Telephone 353 Fit-Reform ck from McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for 1 mperial Bank of Canada j HEAD Capital Authorized......................-----'............. Capital Paid Up Rest D. R. WILKIE President. HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY Vice-Pres. Accounts of Corporations, Municipalities, Farmers and Private Individuals invited. SAVINGS attention .given; to Sayings Bank Accounts. Deposits of 11.00 and upwards and inter- est allowed at current rate from date.of.deposit. Lethbridge Branch, W. R: SEATLE, Manager. Begin Block, Round St., beside Store. WILL KEEP OLD NAME Ottawa, April proposal' to change the name of the Ottawa Lib- eral-Conservative Association "by striking out the word, "Liberal" was wiithdTawn at the annual meeting vesterdav. Get our on Corrugated Iron Gralvanized and.Painted Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles before-buying We 'have just placed a carload of the well-known" Metal Shingle and Siding Cq.'s goods in stock OLIVER'S mmmm CMIPMIIf Office and Factory Car, IQUNIiRd EOMPHS STREETS Telephone 153 Yard, Si Pbnc 195 CtyMap different property vrhp have been the face of the I issued two will kindly let T I J Showir9 for ographerg who are Thesfcparing a new map est pati A few of for- sional lie can yet had i on, 50c. each at Store. If pro- owners wish it I will on them; my phone Buv a G j- r I choose that ray help work at 6p.m., but my premises oloce to rait YOU A R R O W L A K E O RC H A R DS CO Q cc 3C Q CC O O cc cc A Letter from One of Our Satis- fied Purchasers." The following is a copy of a letter received from Mr. E. W. Wallace who wag a fanner at Claresbohn and who accompanied one of our excur- sion parties and -purchased- jfijty 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 City, Arrow Lakes. Palisade, Colorado, March 11, 1909. Dear Mr. Freeman, This is a fruit country, a valley which ie one solid orchard. These or- chards sell at per acre; -The leet above sea level. They have to irrigate and water per 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 at much and as good fruit there, and without irrigation. Burton Valley, will be aaother Palisade if the people who Lotfland there do their SIGNED: Yours truly, S. W. WALLACE. Are you interested fruit growing? Are you iuteteated 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- If join one of our excureionsand see for yourself the country, where you can have all these things at ooce. "Seeing is believing." Those, who have seen believe, so will you. Our Uwt excursion party was too crowded. Our next on the 14tH of April it filled and we cannot take any more on that date. We propose. to mn a second section of party about the 18th April. Drop in and get full information. Orchards M. FREEMAN, General Agent Office, 3 and 4, Whitney Block, Lethbridgc with 61 READY FOR WORK J. F. RODGER'S Apply for Particulars RODGERS YOUNG Sale Stabies Wood St. LETHBRIDGE Royal Collieries Coal HUGH TAYLOR, Agent will fill orders promptly. Weight and quality guar- anteed. A trial order solicited PHONE 287 PROFESSIONAL CARDS MEDICAL OR. W. S. QALBRAITM-Phjiieita Surgeon; Accoucher. 9 a.m., 2-3; 7.8 p.m. Office Red- path St. Phone 63. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DIANE Street. a.m., 2.3. 7-fl. DR. A. and rooi.-i. Stafford Block. Office 12, 7-3.30. Phone night and day 277. DR. J. E. LOVER Surgeon, Accoueher.; Block. 9 a.m., 11 to-'j. 3 to 7.to 8. Phone, .day aud 342.' A; ist, Eye, Ear, Nose and Stafford Block, Lethbridge, Alta. Office a.rav Stf-p.a.. 7.8: p.m. UNDERTAKING Coal Ice and DRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BEOS.Proprietora Office opposite Balmoral TO THE PUBLIC We Lave bought out the Star Transfer Co Dray ing Dtitfit, and are prepared to execute all orders for DRAYING promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered promptly.. 'Caih on delivery. Phillips A. t Pittesou Phone 70 Office in Nelson Cow's Store -J ADDiSON Under- takers and Embalmew. The oldest established business in the city Phone 102. residence 321 Crabb opea day and night. T. S. D1- RECTOR AND- plages 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 prpdujc. tion. Visits or receives piypacstory or advanced. Coaching for exams. Howard House, T Crabb Sired: Canada Western Chartered .Corporation Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royal Collieries Ltd All Standard Stocks Handled HEAD B C MR. ALBERT of Dr. Briggs, M.A., Song and Voice "Pupil .of .phaa. Hancock; Esq., L.E Jl -M-. Organ and Theory. .Voice culture., pipe organ, piano. harmony.., and theory, song singing. .Open for con- certs, banquets, recitals, etc. Terras on application. Box 690, Letb bridge, Alta. JOHANNES H. M ACM ILL I pil of Henri Verbrtiggen, of Italy; Carl Simina, of Berlin, Get' many, High, Claas Scotch; mujic specialty. Open-for recitals, ban- quets, concerts, etc. For terms ap. ply cjo Koyal 'Lethbridge. LEGAL L. M. andr Solicitor. Office adjoining" Union .Bank, Lethbridge. W. C. SIM Barru- ter, Block. ,GONYBEARE F. f. Gpnybeare; K.G., D.C.L.; B; Mprtop Jones, B.C.L. etc..-....-. Offices: Conybcare Block. Alberta. H. A. ,j. Solicitor, Notary.: Boom H: Staf- ford Blk. SURVEY I NO HAMILTON and SurTeyors. Bppm i., Whitiiej Block.: LETHBRIDCE ".OUut NO. SB CJ B. P, O, E. on the second, and fourth Tues- y of each mouth at 8.15 p.m. _. A. SHARMAN. M; PBIEflT. ,E. B. Secretary ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTORS Boom 9 Whitney; JAS. A. .Macdpnald Block, Redpath Street. .Lethbridge Alta.: LODGE PRIDE OP ALBERTA, 293, Sons of England Benefit tat) Meets in the Oddfedllows" Hall very first and third Wednesday i tbe mouth at 8-p.m. For full articulars apply W. J. Wade, Fred T. W, President. 8f.c., Box 57. W. M. Calgary and Lethbridge. Specialist in Fireproof- ing, ganltatioh, heating and El Carver, Maoagef cLethbridge -Office, s and ,er. Estimates cBeerfully. and alterations executed aj, the shortest notice: Box 730, O a o 30 O CO ARROW K E ORCH ARD S Meets Is; and 3rd Mondayt inK.ofP' Hull at o'clock. Visitiuj. brethren are cordially iu.vi.ted. a. A3HCROFT, W.P. 24-ly GU8 NEIOIG, WJ. ROONEY AND W. HOLT 1 aud: builders. mates furnished free. and alterations 'promptly 'attended toi All work guantnteed. .Box 98; bridge. R. ,E.: acid contractor. ana er installations.: Wans McKeown's Hartf Phone 308. FOR BEST liam .builder and. London Road. 15 years experieuee; Estimates free. J .F. A.M., Q.B.A. Lethbridge Lodge Regular meeting night, the third Thursday oi each mpntb in the 0. Block, .at 8 p.m. will al. U _ o m C. MessefJfWjM, V. Storkey, Bpt 537. Modern Woodmen of Amcriem PEACE METAL WEATHER fTRIPT- will last a lifetime. ftorm. sash. Absolutely- dust and K. J. :Tbo P.O. Box MS. Contractor Estimates and OEORQE builder. and.. alterations a special tr..Twai. porary office City! Bakery, .Ford or Box 315, City. MliCELLANEOUi THI HIHALD WANT AD. OOLUMPft MIPM IXOILLINT THIM A THY OUT Lethbridge Camp ia ths Oddfellows Htll second fourth Wednesday ol the month. Visiting will receive: t hearty wekonw. OMA< ciilor. 0. W. Whitinc; W. A. Dicktoo; Clerk, W EASCI PoatofflM.Block, feleohont. No. 388. ERNEST LAKWR1CHT OhrlttJan at eleven a.m. upftairs in Bcfiu W. ffilntcr, howw painter, M0fir.iaiffn writer, etc. K Fhona IU. ;