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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta UTHBfllOQt, ALTA., tUElOAV, Daily Herald Printed by ths Daily Herald Printing Co., Ltd.. every lawful evening at ite office. Round St., Lethbndge. Alberta, Canada W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing; Di- rector and Editor Subscription Daily, one year, delivered ......14.00 2.00 1.00 .96 9.00 1.75 .86 1.50 Addresses changed as often de- sired, but both, new and old address must be given. Daily, lix delivered" Daily, three months, delivered Daily, one month, delivered Daily, one year, by mail Dapy. six mouths, by mail Daily, three months, by mail.. :ly Herald, one year PACIFIC ELEVATORS The statement of Mr. L. P. Strong that the grain men of Alberto will build elevators at Vancouver if the C. P- K. does not is welcome news TO the farmers of this province. It has f been accepted that with the rate of Sundial, April note that 'Gov. Folk, of Missouri, has predicted a, clash between the States and Cnn- adu in the not distant future by rea- son of the great influx of American settlers here, each carrying with him his natural allegiance to the U. S., and that this country must "fall un- der the will of the States Govern- ment. Our people will remember the gov- ernor as springing iuto prominence on his election to the offie of circuit attorney of St. Louis, when xinlike his predecessors, he made good his promise to prosecute corruptionists, Jt then Butler the jjireat political machine boss cf that city said of him, ''In an unguardd mo- ment I let him slip in, and look what he has done, spent four years trying to put me in the and sweeping victory for Governor of tBF State and determined efforts to sup- press fraxid and graft in politics and the vicious methods of monopolistic forces in securing unmerited coaces- M.f sioiis through the legislature. Bill 22X a hundred to the coast it _ Phelps, the famous railroad lobby- is more profitable to ship west than c nf Statp nrdorpd hv trip east and that the logical. market for Alberta grain is on the Pacific. There is bound to be an ever-increasing mar- ket in the Orient for Alberta wheat. Moreover, the statements of a railway official who recently investigated the conditions in Mexico support the be- lief that it will be better for the grain men of Alberta to ship grain for Eu- rope via the Tehuantepec railroad than by the present transcontinental route. In these days when a cargo of grain can be sold times over while it is crossing the ocean, even as it has probably been sold several times be- fore it was shipped at all, the mat- ter of rapid delivery is not so import- ant as it was in the days when the Can You Win It Mr. T. 0. Johnson, Box 346, Lethbridge, will give a prize of Five Dollars in gold to anyone suggesting a suitable name for his new test to close April 22nd, but answers in Lethbridge Post Office morniug of 33rd will be considered. Judges: Rev. J, S. Chiv- ers, St. Augustin's; E. W. ATcMullen, manager Mer- chants Bank; T. E. .Patte- sbn. Oliver Block. CADQtTON NOTtl Cardfton, April to a keea wcnse of sorrow expressed am- ong ail classes ID CsjrJstoft at the untimely death of W. L. Thompson, ot Spring Coulee. Mr. Thompson Mince coming to this part haj labor- ed faithfully for the advancement.. of the of Southern Alberta. He has a bout of friends in all tions of who will fcis gtaial good nature and the place he has taken in the boosting of our locality fill. The stork brought a fine baby to the home or J. Sidney Tanner last night. ,This is the first boy and naturally Sidney is very proud of the baby. Mother and child doing Electric Restorer for Lost Manhood Restores every nerve in the body to tits proper tension; restores vim sud r vitality. Premature decay and all sexual weaknesses averted at once. I Phosphonol will make-you a. .new I man. Price a box. or twoJor- Mailed to any address on re- ceipt of price. :The Scobell Drug Co.; St. Catherines, Ont. ist of the State was ordered by the Governor to keep away from Jeffer- son during the sessions of the Legis- lature, or something would happen, j Phelps took the hint and showed marked respect for the order, so when such predictions as the above come from so widely informed, broad thinking and catholic minded man as Folk they are at least worth con- sidering, but not seriously. While we cannot speak for all Canada, if Sunny Southern Alberta is a fair or reasonable comparison with other parts of the Dominion the Governor's prediction is but a troubled dream, for in leaving a country where free- dom of speech and liberty of action THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Gar Of Brand On Track Today Ihe Bsnttey Co, ltd, Mtlil BEAD OFFICE. TORONTO SSTJLBUSUED B. V. WALTJB, Pnaidaitt LAUZD, General Manager Paid-up.Capital, Reserve Fund, OJ J.U n JJA. V S tl-lG j, H J is anorded very citizen we find here grain had to be on the spot, to secure! TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES The new Travellers" Cheques recently issued by this Bank are a most convenient in which to carry money when travelling. They are issued in denommalMM.ef and and the exact amount payable: in Belgium, Denmark, FnsKn, Germany, Great Britaiu, Holland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Sweden and, Switzerland is .stated oa the Face, of each cheque, -while- in other the prevailing price. Steamship companies in abundance are ready to handle the grain from the coast cities. The only thing lacking is the elevator capacity at the shipping point. Perhaps it may not be in the best interests of the G. P. E. to put elevators at the Pacific Coast to attract traffic from their transcontinental route. The statement cf a leading Alberta eleva- tor man who evidently speaks with authority that they will provide the necessary elevator capacity comes as a guarantee to the Alberta farmer that he will have a market for his grain which can be reached at a min- imum freight charge and with less danger, of loss from car shortage and with more prospect of competition. u-overmueni in no way less lemenr j they are payable at current rates. USE LEMIEUX ACT A coal strike in the whiter months -is always serious because it endangers not only the comfort, but' the lives of citizens. A strike in the warmer months in the year does not affect the individual public as keenly but it is serious. It strikes at industries on which we depend for our development. At the present time with 'coal so scarce, there is always the likelihood that our own industries will have to close down-, that the city will fail to get to produce power to provide us with light and water, and. the fann- ers will be compelled to keep then- steam ploughs idle and prevent as a consequence the realization of our hopes of an unprecedented large crop. The Lemieux Act- should be resort- ed to at once in an endeavor set- the present troubles Immediate settlement is absolutely necessary ii our industries are to continue opera- ting and our farmers are to realize their ambition's of seeding a big crop. The Minister ot Labor should make effort to put an end to the trouble. to its subjects than what was there afforded us, in fact, I am constrained to believe that the balance of free: dom and power is with the settler here, unless it be the freedom to work political graft and the power to bamboozle and shy around the law, and whatever of patriotic allegiance to the States is treasured in the- heart of the emigrant from there, is swal- lowed up in his love for the righteous- govemment of, by and for the peo- ple of this country. "There they have sung "Protection for the rich man and taxes for the until eighty per cent, of the wealth of that great country is svral- lowd up by less than twenty per cent.- of the population and these not The cheques and.jdl information regarding them i the Bank. ay be at every 131A Lethbridge Branch C G. Oourse, Manager ALBION" RIDGE XEWS appropriate music was rendered by Albion Ridge, April Conn j Palmer A. of Lundy, addressed a. good congre-l RippariJ of this district, assisted by gallon on Kaster Sunday in the! Ridge School. Emma .Dart of JLundy. .A, Sunday School .was organized OUR POINT OF VIEW The banks have great faith in the south. Within a very few months, the Bank of Montreal has opened a branch at Cardston, the Bank of Com- merce at Warner and Monarch, and now the Union Bank is establishing a branch at Stirling. Two new banks have only recently opened in Leih- bridge. These banks certainly know a good country when they see it. The members of the police force work from 11 to 12 hours a day. .Why not apply the eight hour law to them? None of the other city officials work longer than eight hours. The Calgary News asks the very pertinent question, "Did any of the Liberal Conservative newspapers ask Geo. E. 'Foster to resign when he was reported against by the Insur- ance No, indeed, they didn't, but they are all telling Mr. Pugsley to quit since a commission has reported against him. Calgary is in danger of running out of coal. .This is serious, especially since the warmest thing Calgary ever possessed, the Eye-Opener, is about to be transferred to Toronto. Speaking of the treatment of horses in England, Judge Mahaffy, writing to his home papor in Bracebridge, Ont., says "I never saw a horse over- loaded or overdrriven there, in fact, I can't recall one ever being struck with a whip." It is a pity we can't say the same of Lfithbndge, It is pitiful to observe the way some horses are treated sometimes by inhuman driven on our streets. Did you notice thai the Conserva- tives arc leaving Hon. Frank Oliver now? They found WM food and coold' down them time to they hare abandoned ittocki oa, his department. representing the producers of wealth but the .vampires who feed off the sweat and toil of the masses. While here we might, perhaps, more con- sistently say, equitable rights and a moderate rate of taxation for all, and when coupled with a climate in- vigorating to manhood, and supprs- sion of vice by rigid enforcement human laws, together with the happy and prosperous homes that_ by thousands are given freely, must of itself create a "cherishing tenderness for a country which has. lent such strength to honest effort. When we swear allegiance to the King we do not feel that we are becoming slaves of a monarch, for "Kings shall reign in and while we know our dear old Uncle is sorely grieved to see us leaving yet if lie ever sends the boys over to give us a sound spanking and bring us under subjction. again, he will find a Jot of very refractory kids." A seems to have gained circulation and is proving a source of annoyance to some of our citizens that under the small local improvement District, for which they have now sent in their petition that their taxes will im- mediately he raised to five cents per acre or per qr. section. This is absolutely false.. You need not levy in excess of .the present rate, one and one-fourth cents, while five cents is the limit for any small local improvement district. Farmers here are about all done seeding on stublbe ground and are now turning the sod. We shall have a few test reports to make next fall, as different ones have seeded from twenty to seventy pounds to the acre. While building his house a few- weeks ago, Hansen fell, from the scaffold and injured himself" quite badly. Mr. Hansen, has been in a bad condition for some time. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Connor ealkd at C. G. Engens a short time Sun- day p.m. Spring- work is in full in this Sunday afternoon with :Mr. D. J. Ba- ttlement. Seeding is in. progress suijefifiteiKlsit. settlement. Seeding in several places. Hie snow of last week -has put a great deal of mois- OF ANJSIE 'DAVIS; ALBION RJDGK lure into the land and will benefit; to be an angel, thecrops greatly. Hunt has Aad Trith the angels s'taztd. sold. MsJA crown upon her forehead homestead in Lundy district and nasj A iarp within her hand. procured half a section on 33-10-22. About two hundred acres are broken and Mr. Hunt expects to have it all in crop this year. Albion Ridge, April Em- ma Dart and 3tr. Warren Graham of Lundy, spent Sunday with Mr; D. J. Davies and family and also Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hunt. A memorial service was held in school house Sunday evening for Mr. IT. Lynn and Annie Davig, little daughter of Mr. J. Lynn. Very She has gone to see her Saviour, And to dwell forever .more With, loved ones gone before her, To that bright and golden shore. We will not .mourn our loved one, Nor-wish-her'back again, For she is free from sorrow All trouble axid all pain. God gave our darling: to us, But :now He takes ier home, To dwell with him in Paradise, Thy will be done. Sister. I imperial Bank of Canada HEAD Capital Authorized S 10000.080 Capital Paid Up Rest............___...... Paper Napkins D. R. WILKIE President. HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY VioeJPres J Accounts of Corporationa, Faimeri and Pnvate Individuals invited. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT-Speeial attention ia grrerr to SaTings Bank Accounts. Deposits upwardg received; and inter- t from date bl; deposit. W.R. 8EATLE, Managor. beside At North Bay, Ont., Wm. aged ten and Justen St. James, aged sentenced to four and two years in reformatory. They had rob- bed several stores. 3O HEAD of JUST ARRIVED .All young., ani in good shape. J. F. RODGEES Apply --for Particular RODGERS 4 YOUNG Saie Stables Wood St. LETHBRIDGE North Ward Lots We have secured some of the choicests lots on the market. A amall cash out- lay secures you it lot. Balance on nion thly. pay- ments. J. 1EAKIN GO. P.O.BlKk Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PHON E 63 Soytti Itrican Scrip AND Halt Brad Scrip For Sale APPLY TO Tli WIBusM Ttftor liclurfc Ci. Inters Hmtitii, lite. I! TO THE PUBLIC We have bought out the Star Transfer Co Draying .outfit, and are prepared to execute all orders for I DRAYING promptly why Arrow Lake lands should not briuf ai much in tijne M eaa produce. MJnoeh and M good fnit there, and wtthouV Irrjgatkm. Burton Valley will be another FaJiswlc if the people who tTe-rntereeied in land there do their part." frttly, B. W. WALLACE. Mr aatiitantt stop work at 6 p.m. My premises remain open to salt .my patrons. LODGE PRIDE OP ALBERTA, .No.. 219. SMI of Injim taefit Wet) Meets in the Oddfedllows' Hall every fint and third Wednesday in: the oionth st. 8 p.m. For full particulars apply W. J. Wsde, Fred t. W. jSee.. Box .er. cheerfully giienl" pairs and alteratlong exwrutetf at the Bok 730, Leth- bridge, Alta. Wi and build- er; Estimates furnished free. alterations promptly attended to. All work'gaaranteed; Box Leth- bi-idge. P.' Are you interested in fruit growing? Are you interested in fishing P Are you interested in shooting? Are you interested in making Aw intemted In boatingf notxj? Are yon; interested to MeuHng s home with all these desirable eharacteris- tics. 11 so, join one ol our eieankiiuand see lor yourself the' country, where joa oanhaie sll these things at OBoe. "Saeiag is Those who aeen believe, ss will Om MosmsHm psrty was foo Oor next on the Mth of Ajwil is iOed sal ws esnnot take any more oa that date. We.MOpose to nra assoad ssttim o C. Messer. .W.M> 0. Storfcey, F. Box. .HI. Moskra Wootoiof ....______ Meets in HsJP swy O. W. Wmmgj Bsjsjjsty W. 4. DMWSOO derw. If. I. IAKIN, PUBLIC Postofloe Telephone. !Ko. ERNE4T eJertn am .fice. CCHT oe eyeiy. above the HenVl of. ;