Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
FHC LETHBRIDGE, DAILY HERALD, .WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, M man with a (hsadvantage. him at "such a The American who mv hvrc this an- nion who should be able- properly to uppn-oi- Established 0-ecember, IW7 j ah- country. Conditions ;iiv very Published bv the Daily Herald Taut- dUMmr n-oin what are in iho uig Co., Ltd. every lawful ;iv it's office, Round St., Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing director and Editor Subscription Rates Daily. one year, delivered Daily, months, delivered Daily, three months, delivered Daily, oat! month, delivered :Daiiy. one year, by mail mail months, by mail Addresses changed as often 1.00! .351 3.00! 1.75' .85 placvs where snost oi' them conic from. But they understand the gt-n- j erai principles and conditions of i culture' and should be able to i the value of this country from ;n ay- located twenty-five j rieultural standpoint. ili old aired, but both new and must be given. WEEKLY PuDiisbed every in eight pages, and contains a summary of iha world's news of tho week, local The rc-fu.sal of tho Salt Lak- C'irv hotel.s to take in the colored, Johnson is certainly currying little too far. The color .-i in would make no difference to the tone of his snore. The 'newly hi Court seems to be having a lot attending to several bad bovs n and foreign. j year, m advance Set Bis months, iu advance j months, iu advance........50 'THE DAILY HERALD i 16 sale ai the following Lethbridge__R. Sage, J. G- Robertson i wroni: tracic. Tlu-ir wurk is to nd-a- ha-. modern convenient Co.. J- D. Higiubotham Co.. I to put him on the right track. stalled at this hotel nventy-fm miles J J. Johnston. WUcUod-Youug Co.. R. W. Ham-; ilton. It is a work that is wor'hy the attention of these men w- o jne fully qualified to attend A bad boy is only a boy -.n th" wrong track. Tlu-ir is to nd- AN AUTO JAUNT NEAR CRANBROOK Xcstling in a beautiful valley slop- 'ing gradually from the mountain sides if, to be found one the most, i charming littlo -yot> in Ca- j 'nada. It is known as Wasa and U j miles Irom the prosperous town of Cranbrook. Wa- sa's feaiure a hotel conducted by a kin-lly boniface, N. Hanson, who been living there for twiuy-ihree VKir, This man Hanson is a genius j Ht- owns 1.700 acre? of land, keeps i cattle and other stock, raises wheat, oaU and other grains., and on Mon- doy of this week hi> men in! in threshing oats. He also a larirt1 reputable and fruit card en and guests at his 'delightful are t always sure of a meal of fresh vege-1 and o5? weU n- daintily j served and unusually well prepared The iterm' is'applic- able to this tiian Hanson because he modern convenience in- Wagstaff's New Strawberry Jam Just received SCHOOL OPENING We have on hand a complete line of SCHOOL SUPPLIES Scribblers. Pens. Pencils, Rulers. Text Books, etc., at the PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE NORTH WARD W.P.J. ALEXANDER, Priori. 445 Prescription Specialist. Night Bell Graduate Druggist and Optician. CARDS j The Bentle j1 Co. Ltd.! J Wlrjtsaie and Retell immm _ __E J Mitche 1. D. L. j n-. Bros. Drug Book Co. J. Stafford. Fernie B E. Suddaby. Orlnbrook, B.C.-Beattie AtcbUon. Available an aivkwara and L. Reinecke. j .situation results. When a call Grassy Tugham. i A. E, Humphries is the liirht from a railroad. He xises the nioun-1----------------------------------------------------- It was a 'move for the to supply now-r for n i quence these men have ever-, sfoee ,.n to appoint a .econd corona for electrie light plant and been sounding tne praises ot the W in- room in tlu-hotd and other building, dermere, a better than Switzu'lanci. tiiis. city. There are many call.- "i the city and surrounding district if the only coroner happens to f.e un- well as the ground-, are lightul by! adjacent to Cranbrook too. V. Hyde ineaiKlescent lights. This stream also! Baker and his auto ought to be sub- baths an.l toilets j sidized by the B. C. government and in the hotel. As a matter of fact .1 j bonused by the 'city council of Cran- visitor can co to the Wasa hotel and' brook for between them they are Jo- F. Werts. fur the position. THE STAR COLLIERIES, LTD. enjoy practically all the comforts of a modern summer The scsa-! ery at this particular point is as mag t uificent as one could find in the Rock-' ies. tn this rolling valley dotted ing a heap to keep East Kon tenay and Cranbrook in the limelight. LOST HIS WAY NEED OF A CHANGE i Every meeting oi the city council, brings more clearly to light- needj (From Herala-s Cor- with its ripening and ripened grain.; Fori Francis, Ont., Aug. 17.-After of. some change 10. the system ot city; i've- ami its well keot I -r AND WAS FOUND government and the circumstance of! respondent) searching the lake for Harry Locke, each meeting arc such that a ,'ov- i bv .commission looks ilw Taber, Aug. The work goina ings, the view is inspiring and one who was reported as lost last week, o.-i steadily at the Star Collieries ab- long? for the opportunity of remain- 1 he was found by Russel Brothers in most feasible. At each meeting there i are many things up for discussion -th.at should cotmcil at all. 'Many of these should j be handled by the city officials with-; "onr reference 'to the council. Mat-( ters are referred back again and ag- i ain for further information. On the j other hand many matters are paswcl! upon without having the careful con- _ sideration they should have received, j Many things come up for discussion j upon which the aldermen are not com j petent to judge and they arp com- pelled K> make a guess at it. ,t If the citv had a commission of} Tthree men who were paid a salary out sLx miles west of Taber a sequestered pan of Northwest Bay ing ihere, without .restraint. A trip from Cranbrook to Wasa j where he had been driven in his boat come before the! lim' to share in and from Wasa to Port SteeK- and j bv the storm. He was in good health the benefits of the new spur traek b.-ir-k trt Cranbrook. is a revelation to, and apparently none the worse for bfinir "built through Coal City. Tii-i ;l citizen. We think the. enforced stay among the islands. tr.iek will follow up the river fr'ijn coimtry up in -th'1 Kocldes "f thr Coal City then up the coulee to The fotst Kootc-nays only jrood rain-: Star Collu'i about half a mile if u u and lumbfrriuii but n trip tlie river. .Hyde Baker's -into over the surpris-j At present they by nia-.ingly ruads of thi? district ehint-ry run by steam. A coul pniiru- and up the! iuy will put hi this fall. 'sidV of a small mountain with tlv j When the track reaches the mhip 'valley belmv. garbed in the grten ofl t will probably reach 250 fn- the grass, trees and native vtiretati >n. J and stn aked re there with the NOTICE The Wholesale Liquor Business heretofore con- ducted by A. L. ROY has been purchased by J. B REUTER It is important that all outstanding accounts be paid to Bish Davis, who is managing the busi- ness, before August 30. LABOR TROUBLE AT REGINA day by the end of October. A to-wrwite ivill be surveyed shortly but in the meantime there is n- -worth while, they could mak.1Y 'tabl. s. fruit, small and laree. cattle ON ''UK' horses, r'f grain they ONTARIO USe 'in own East Kor it (-nay's future not measured by the lumber and mining industries. With the felling of the trees will come the clearing of the stumps and seeding of the fruits, veg- etables and grains, and throughout the beautiful valleys in a few years farms where small For Calendars, write the Registrar. OEO. Y. CMOWN, B.A., A VEXED QUESTION The matter brought up in council by, Alderman King; concerning a city official work for neighboring municipalities is one of the vexed questions of emploj'er and' employee. It has been intended that- an em- ployer is entitled to the whole time of the that even Thouirh thf employee may not "be to sp-nd all his hours in the actual performance his du- ties toward his employer he.has no right, to spend the time he hits off in the service of. other people. Tt, is con-! that the employee ha? a right i TO..spend the time he is not working j tc take rr-crt-ation or Tt-st ty prepare j himself lor the duties that must fol-I low. They .say that if an spends his off hours in workinsr tori other he is doing himself the} injustice that follows from i working too long hours and is un-j fitting himself to th, Jntivs' he is paid TO pcrK-rm. On the other hand it is contended that thf- man has put in the required time for employer he is at. perfect liberty to do as'he "likes, with the rest of his time; that if he) .is so.inclined he can take his rest and! recreation in another line of work for somebody eke: that if hf chooses to himself to death cloin? overtime Tvork it is nobody's business but his; own; and that if by so doinc he un- -fits himself to perform .the duties re- quired by Tiis regular employer it 13 up to that employer to dismis? him.! JChere in a certain omount of rea-' son in both of -these contentions though both are perhaps somowhat extreme views. There is one thing -sure however, and that Is that an em- ployee has a right-to let his employer know that he intends doing outside if then the employ, objects it is time for an adjust- ment of working conditions or salary the case may be. MEDICINE SCIENCE (Including Students registering for the Brit before October 2l.t, 1909. m.y I T complete the Art. coum without 'thPre Or in a stretch of country The ride back from Wasa to Cran- brook via Fort Steele is "a repetition similar conditions only the. sce> ery aet-ms to grander. Fort Steele i is aged but still ablt- to do business 'without a railroad. Its main street looks very much like an old Ontario i village. Its past is its fondest mem- lory. .In the days gold rush Fort, Steele was a lively spot, but the subsiding of the mining boom rnd the building of the railroad into took the life out of the place. The people living there have beautiful scenery to worship, good Trinity College School Pfrt Itpe, Oil grounds, inj Eirnks, tte. prcpued for the Uft Military Orflefe, and _ Special atteotiM toyonmt____f _ Next tena bcfuM Taeadaj, Sept 14. t U6BT.B.4. POSITIONS GUARANTEED We hereafter guantntec positions to all of our stii- dents of good character and habits after they have grad- uated. There is no chance of our holding up pupils be- cause we cannot place zhem, as we do not set our own ex- aminations. We have se- cured the agency for the Sheldon of Sales- manship and Davis Course of Advertising. For particulars regarding our guarantee or the, courses .mentioned above, write GEO. J, .SCHMIDT, .Prin., Garbutt .Business .College, P.O. Box 1291.......... I gardens to- aultivate, a river to cap- iture fish from, and a glorious past to 'talk about, East Kootehay its beauties, and ita j resources, cannot be described by j anyone ,who saw most of it from an i automobile, but ii the impressiona I made from a closer observation are I great as those formed in a whirl I along1 the roads then a book would jnot suffice to release our opinions. Cranbrook, the centre of this par- ticularly beautiful district, is fortun- jatti in having such a whole-souled, i enthusiastic, good-hearted citizen' as JV. Hyde Baker. His auto, one of the. best that money can buy, is al- ways at the service of people who I want, to see the country.: Mr. Baker has made trips through to Golden on the C. P. R. main line with EarlGrey and Premier McBride and in conse- Carmangay We have 960 acres, all un- der cultivation, 'one mile of the new .town of Car- mangay, which we can offer for sale on very attractive terms. Will- sell as a whole or in part. In addition to its production of grain, this farm is noted for its -enormous potato crops which will alone pay for the land within a com- paratively short tune. Call at our -office or -write us and we will give you particulars regarding this unusually desirable proposi- tion; Hatch Coons FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY Phone 159 Oliver Block Regina, Sask., Aug. Smith, of the Carpenters "and Joiners Union is .here: making arrangements with the men to meet the employers and oe- mand larger wages and shorter hours. At present they get 35 cents and for a ten. hour day they want forty cents and a nine hour day. They; will carry their demand even at the cost of a strike which would be- a most disastrous occurrence at the DR. W. S. GALBftAITH-Phjaician. Surgeon., Accoucher. 9 a.m.. 2-3; 7.8 p.m. Office 914 Red- path Si. Phoue 53. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND -Kedptth Street. a.m.. a.3. 7-6. DR. A. McNAtLY-OSce Stafford Block. Office 12. 1.3. 7-S.30. Phone eight and day DH. J. E. Accoucner. Block. Hours-Till 9 3 to 5. 7 to 8. night. 342. Oddfellow. a.m.. u to l Fhone. day Ear. Nose and j Stafford Block. Lethbridge. Office n.m 7-3 p.m. p oo. height of the building season. About two hundred men are affected; Hospital Sunday September 5th 54 GARNET T. IVES, DENTIST Graduate Royal 1-5. MISS G.A.DAINTY-Graduate maternity St.. near the El- TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES Ribbons for all machines. Carbon Paper, per box 100 sheets, from Copying Paper, .ream, from Agents for the: REMINGTON MACHINES Call and get terms. WESTERN STATIONERY CO. WHEN YOU HAVE THIRST" ON what, more quenching, palliating and altogether satisfy- ing and joy bringing- than a bot- fle or two of some carbonated, iced beverage such as we manu- facture for tlie good of the thir- sty soul? The list is long, but here is a partial list: Lemon soda ginger ale, sarsparilla, ginger beer, ironbrew. orange cider, etc. in quart and pint bottles, 24 to -.the case. Served at your door on order. TIE LtTHBBIOEE mm CO Just arrived at Stock Yards 40 lares and Geldings 48 J. F. Rodgers Sale Stables Wood Street, Lethbridge of manv v Berhn- many High Class Scotch specialty. Open ,for reciUta bar, quets concerts etc. For Ply cjo Royal Collieries. LEGAL L M. JOHNSTONE-Barrister Solicitor. Office adjoining SrMMONS to W. C. Simmons. 3o- heitors and Notaries. Money to loan C. Simmong 3. J. Shepherd C. F. P. CONYBEARE, K.C., .Solicitor, Etc. Block. Lethbridge. Conybeare berta. ford Blk. Notary. Room 14 SURVEYING Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprletora Office opposite Balmoral PHONE: es OUR POINT OF VIEW The ex-sultan of Turkey refused to undergo an operation. Judging oth- ers by himself he -was afraid to let a The Young Matron Heaves a great big sigh of content when-----well. we have had a happy deliverance out of our ioangii- ration troubles, and thank yon all most heartily for your modest air of part-proprietorship in this newly-born Drug and Book Business You have helped us wonderfully so far by your very C7i- cpuragmsr patronagt under difficult circumstances, and we shall be aye ready to meet your wants from now on The Red Cross Drug Book Co. ACADTA BLOCK KEDPATH 'STREET P.S. McCBEADY, the Dispenser the Picttirti Framer ARROW UKE DISTRICT Call at our New Office in the Leth- bridge Hotel Block, and we will tell you how to have A PLEASANT HOLIDAY. If you have a little money to invest we can explain how to secure a sum- mer home or a profitable life-work. -THE. Arrow Lake Orchards OFFICE OF FREEMAN, MACLEOD GRAHAM -----------LETHBRIDGE HOTEL----------- Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agents, fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royal Ltd All Standard Stocks HandUd MEAD B. C. TnT-- Land Surveyor. Irrigation and Hy- draulic Engineer. Room 5, Whit- ney Block. Phone 906. ARCH ITECTS AND VM. T. WILLIAMS-Architect. Whit- ney Block. Late of Williams Bros Architects, Detroit. F. B. ROLFSON-Arcbitect. Boom Whitney Block. 4AS. A. Macdonald Block. Redpatb Lethbridge Alta. f CiJfaty Lethbndge. Specialist m Fireproof- ing, sanitation, beating and TentUa- "on. jirneat E. Carver. M.B.A.A M.K.A., A.A.I.C.. Etc Maawet Lethbridfe Office. Bryai Block E. GEORGE-Electrical i. and contractor. Lightint aad er inatallati Plans and Office McKeown'i Hmrd ware. Phone 302. i-ODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA, No. 213, Sou of England Benefit Socify Meets in the Hkll every first' third WedneBdmy the month p.m. For full particulars apply W. J. Wade, Fred T. W. President. Boi 67. LetHrUgeterleli. HI Imperial Bank of Canada HEAD Capital Authoriztd Capital Paid Up.............. D. R, W ILK IE President HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY Vice-Pres. Accounts of Corporations, Municipalities, Merchants, Farmers and Private Individuals inrited. SAVINGS attention ia given to Sayings Bank Depoeita of f 1.00 and upwards received and inter- eat allowed at current rate from date of deposit. LETHBRIDQEBRANCH-W. R. SEATLE, Manager. Begin St.. Bentiey's Btore. Meets 1st and "frd Monday? inK.ofP Hall at l? o'clock. Visiting orethren are cordially, invited. j. ASHCROFT. W.P. 24-ly GUS NEIDIG, GEORGE BEATON-Contractor builder. Estimates tree. Bepakint and alterations a apeciahy. Tem- porary office City Bakery, Ford 81 or Box 356. City. J. H. Dratte- man and contractor. cheerfully given. If you wunt to our new ideas in construction let us show you. They won't cost anythiDg. AdfJrese P WILLIAM and con- tractor, is prepared to mates free of cost on all of work in the building trade, includ- infi repairs, alterations. Ac, Boi 513 Lethbridge. 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. Vieitinf brethren will al- ways receive a hearty welcome. A. 0. W.M. G. V. Storkey. Secretary. P, 0. Box 587. Modern Woodmen of America Lethbridge Camp No, in the Oddfellows Ball every second and fourth Wednesday of the month. Visiting neighbors will al- ways receive a hearty welcome. efflor, C. t. Griffith; Banker, W. a Dick ton; Clerk. N. DowMtt IERBERT for foundations, concrete base- ments and. all kinds of concrete work. Terms f reasonable Esti- mates cheerfully given. Apply Boi 630. City. 174A. J. W. and build- er. Special attention to repair work. Office and residence 612 Courtland St. Box 1364. 178-36 Carmangay Stone grade building sandstone in Alberta. Ce- ment dealers. Concrete and vating contractors. See Mclrttyre; Bailey Co., Carmangay.. 189-26 UNDERTAKING AODISON A SON-Leading Under takers and Embalmers. The established business in city Phone 102. Office and 331 Crabb St. Parlors open day and night. T. S. FETTERLY-FUNERAL DV RECTOR AND EMBALMER-Car riages and equipment pew %nd UL to date. opposite flre half. Open day and night. P, O. Box 493.