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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1C, 1901. Daily Herald Otcembef, 1907 ty ttt; Herald O-. Ltd.. every Kound W. A. BUCHANAN few. six by bf aaail S4 oftea ana 2.00 i.ww .at fi.OO The oldest Instance Office to tie world i no M.CBMENAMV HOME OFFICE LONDON. ENGLANB Siia II. II. aUackbvrm. C. B. BOWMAN, AGENT, LETHBRIDCE. creasing the selling price, thereby in-1 creasing the profits from both ends, j Often on the other hand people are! accused of having combines when iit j reality no combine exists, and the in-i crease in price of commodities is due! to other and perfectly legitimate! causes. A government j into all cases of alleged combines will j have a pood effect, not only in de-j slroying and preventing combines, but also in establishing more firmly the faith of the people in the industries in this country. WEEKLY a 9t the OUR POINT OF VIEW j Mayor Evans made his opponents) oi I loot like flies on the top of his city j hall spire. J U. 4 II the British Tories are already giving up the fight it looks lite a! j complete rout before the end of i j January. i Calgary will now hare another! KxCCUtCd means of publicity since the Kinrades j have to town. Of Nicaragua S. K. Dnif E. With Scotland, Ireland and Wales; L. i solid for the Liberals, the Taril Re-j formers or the Lords' Conformers'' vail have to effect a great change in. England to pull out a victory. i O. L. F. Werta. Alberta Xewi all C. P. R. MINMIWAS VINDICATED ed States. They'have the say so.j FINES FOR USURY For the second time in a short per- iod Montreal magistrates have fined! there will be no "war. women who are acting as agents one, Tolman, a notorious usurer, j That transfer of headlines ia ourj editorial column yesterday made rather peculiar mix-up. Such tkinnsl are bound to happen in moving time I Amhcrst, N. S., Dec, case in best of regulated newspapers, i lhmt eoacideratl. atten- _____ j tion in this coumty was tried before Fielding and Tatt have confidence in: JwISe Patterson is the court each other that there will be no yesterday afternoon. It was a iff war 'between Cana-da and the Unit-! charge of assault brought a-Rainst the 1 Presbyterian clergyman, RCT. J. M. Torn Moore At Lyceum The presentation of the delightful Irish comedy "TOui Moore" at, the Lveeum last night merits words of high commendation. It is a drama in a class by itself, and the play lost nothing in its interpretation by Stoddart Company. Will Stoddart. in the title role, was a perfect em- bodiment of that and the flashes of wit ami bubbling humor that characterized his conversation were realistically genuine. Miss Leah Stoddart in the part of Bessie Dyke. Tom's sweetheart, merits much praise. She was most pleasing as the pretty young schoolmistress surround- ed by her charges in the village school. The plar is much of the story: of the gifted Irish poet and his phenom- enal rise in the world of literature, and was full of heart interest as well as comedy from start to finish. No more pleasing interpretation could be giTen of the characteristics of the Irish poet than this little story. To-morrow eveninf the comuanr will present another comedy flay. "The Gold aad on Friday evening the famous play, "The Dev- which that company produced here last January. New Cheese in Stock Limburjer, German Breakfast INCEMOI EDAM CMGLItM tTllTiM NEW AMI PftUITS iUMt ikwlock BUck to A NET PROFIT OF JLCRE. rttuntt of Of per acre. NET PROFIT from II TREES. (Thii witk 70 per net prolt.) per per acre. per W per f 1, ISO. fO per claimed to obtained from B. C. land by the owners and docens more claims of a similar mature im ofSce. ftOi.99 per Say, those Fernic officials seemed Their main field of operation "was 3, warm over the postoffice mat- among people living on salaries. Once the promised "loan without secur- ity" was made, the victim was in the meshes of the usurer an-d release ter. Working; oS a little surplus dec- tion steam perhaps. If the people of Lethbridge had a was impossible until the very blood, brand new post-office building so near- had been drained from the victim. There is a law, the Usury Act, in Canada which makes it an indictable! old one to pieces as the citizens offence to charge more than twelve! Fernie did. per cent, interest per annum, and thej penalties are heavy, but in .various' cities by various methods greedy ex- tortioners ply their nefarious busi- ness to the moral downfall and wreck of. their victims. The law is- strong and-strict, but there are sly foxes who have cun- ning enough while generally residing] outside of Canada to employ unsus-j pec ting agents to carry on i Stewart, Pugwash. The complainant was a young man of name of Gordon Purdy of the same place. Last Octob'er Mr. Stew- art was performing a quiet wedding ceremony at the home of Donain Ful- lerton, when a large numbfer of young men gathered about the house andj began firing guns, blowing horns and; ly ready for occupation, they would! making other objectionable noises, j be too tickled to start hacking the j They were asked -repeatedly to leave j the premise: and stop the noises, as! there was a sick girl in the house. Mr. Fullerton went to neighbors to' [obtain assistance and asked Stewart to quiet the disturbance and protect his home in his absence. Mr. j I Stewart went out of the house and, asked them to desist. The complain- ant had a horse rattle in his hand If jom were oflered tmck land per acre, it would be i bargain. offer jou iuda km! to -S150.00 per acre and 4-year-oM orckard at to per acre and you it'en pay- ments of per acre per month. you going to let tiiit opportunity slip Or dlo you think ii is worth inrestigating If drop a cwrd or call and see Lake Orchards M FREEMAN, General Ajent, Letkbridge g HOTEL BLOCK BRUCE MEN IN PUBLIC LIFE which he was using for the purpose of making a discordant noise. Mr. Stewart asked him to stop and pie on hut to frighten the -extortioners out of business. THE BUDGET The budget speech delivered (Vancouver Saturday Sunset.) The last month has been marked by their' Promotion oi three Bruce men to very -high positions in the West. First! on his refusal tried to; grab it, acci- Duncan Marshall was called to the dentally he hit the pipe in Purdy's the neces-i Alberta Cabinet as Minister of Agri-' mouth and the pipe was broken. Pur- appointed to the new Appellate Court Justice Elliott, of Pugwash, who Bench. Last week T. W. Paterson! sent the clergyman up for trial to! was made Lieutenant G-overnor of' the supreme court. He elected to be i British Columbia. Hon. Duncan Mar-! tried under the Speedy Trials Act. i shall comes from the township of and the case resulted in his full vin-i derslie and got part of his education' dication. The evidence of the royster-' in the Walkerton High School at the ers was decidedly Hon. "W. Fielding, finance minister same time the writer was absorbing -Judge Patterson, in giving his deci-j of Canada, as usual is eminently sat- knowledge in that institution. Both sion and, acquitting Mr. Stewart.; isfactory to the country. He reports Mr. Justice G-alliher and Lieutenant-' stated that the young men should be; that the trade is on the increase and' Governor Paterson come from the'ashamed of themselves, even if as-j records are being broken again. The eastern side of the old county. announcement that the revenue would reach one hundred and ten millions; for the year gives some idea .-f the; great progress made since a few years ago, when forty million was considered exceptionally large. Even more satisfactory is the announce- ment that the expenditure will not reach the amount of the revenue tv- sixteen and a half million dollars. Expenditures are large, much larger than they formerly were, but the de- mands are greater, the business isj greater, and the expenditure must necessarily go up as it docs in anv well conducted, progressive and ex- sault had been committed it would, been justified, but there was noj evidence of assault. Mr. Stewart is I Mr. Justice Galliher has had A strenuous and interesting career. He was one of Wolsley's Voyageurs up heartily congratulated upon his! the Nile and has been engaged in the. complete Tiinlieatiou. rough and tumble of the new West for many years, finally arriving in Parliament as the representative for. HALIFAX'S SMALL GRANT Halifax, Dec. city council Kootenay. His colleague from Yale--j last night voted to make a grant of Cariboo, was Duncan Ross, another towards the erection of a tow- Bruce man. and his successor, A. S. er to cost on a park given Goodeve, M.P., is another man from! "by Sir Sandford Fleming to the citv Bruce. of Halifax. The tower will commem- Lieutenant-Governor Paterson has orate the establishment of represent- FraSer Valley Fruit Lands SHEW ME? If that is your question we can show you "where the. best lands, the best location and the best market in B. C. are to be got. We are not here to sell you a piece of-poor land and get the commission and then have you tell your friends that these fellows are no good; that we sold some- thing that was misrepresented. We want you to be able to tell us that our proposition is genuine. "We realize the fact that if we give you a good deal you trill come back. Come in and let us discuss with you the possibilities in fruit and truck farming in the Eraser Valley. been in British Columbia a quarter ative parliamentary institutions in of a century but he has never lost! Nova Scotia 150 years ago. The touch of, nor interest, in the old'council was asked for but The Lethbridoe- pan-ding business. That business HC likes nothing better (this is all good one. and a safe one which shows j a wee bit crack wi a mon frae a comfortable excess of receipts over j Lucknow, or Ripley, or Kincardine, expenditures, and as long as Mr. j vdiatefer be he Hielan' or Lowlan' is Fielding can keep reporting that thej a- oae Maister Paterson. revenue is ten or twenty per cent, inj __________________ excess of the outlay, the people will} be satisfied to have Kim conducting'; KING IS CHAIRMAN the financial end of business. thcv could be induced to ynn are suiTerina: frofm bilious- ness, constipation. Indigestion, chron- ic headache, invest one cent in a postal card, send to -Chamberlain Medicine Co., Des Moines, Iowa, with your name and address plainly on the government's! Ken 210 :x. L. Mac-! the back, and they will forward you King was today apr-o'Inf.0'' a sfimpii- of Chamberlain's Sto- i Chairman o' a committee on proper- rt1 ?.rh nr.d Liver Sold all tioaal representation. Druggists. ANTI-COM8INE LEGISLATION The Liberal party, both provincial j and federal, seems determined to stfti to it that combines trusts not set such a hold on this countr as they have o-n others. The action! of Prcmirr Rutherford's government j regard to certain, combines is recent history well known to every- one who has followed the public af- fairs of this province. Its success has had a very salutary effect. .Now, Hon. W. S. Fielding announc- es that the Icderal government will j take further steps toward saving tne people from any enhancing ot values due to rombint'S. He does not pose to start in to tear things cralljr nil to pipccs, but will provide the necessary machinery to investi-} gate arrd deal thoroughly with cases there is won Jjcre that a-ccmWnc exisU lor purpose of Iflcrcasir.g tJw price commodities. be to but. nhete and are of a more or eloM I Ebony Goods for Christmas I Our stock U complete and prices Hair Brushes, Cloth irushes, MiMtary Hair Brushes (Sep- arate and 8eU an4 Manicure Hand Shaving 1 Imperial Bank of Canada HEAD TORONTO Fund D. R. WK A m SAVINGS hnui. 00 nfl from dntr- deposit. SEATtE. to -I H I JU f Experience Counts j t 1 huTe had 15 joars IB rostrum, and jom can tie ot this in the wif I biadle T J AUCTION SALES which 1 reason- able wroiu, town coun- try. AdraaMt ou re- ceipt al tell. J t nun i mm Nil ii til tiuta him JIIT UTMH- Uia UfElIUli iBd Jii't Iipjct we cie flit utiifactiriljf triei ftr Sale Leth bridge COAL Best Lump tn thi market, 4.25 ttn Nut coal, to Bar-net F. WADDINGTON Phone 28! City Agent. B' Coal, and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS. Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral 3i- RH, o N LOOGt Sm if ALBERTA. ia ths the at pariUulari apply W. J. W. PresWbat. Ineflt Societ? Oddfedllows' Hall third Wednesday 8 p.m. For fall T. Robioi- Box 67 LETHtRIOQE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY St.. Club rooio open evening 7.80 to Sunday .4.11 S 190. A. L. JOHNSTON. H. tSLLJE. frea. tern H. W M r> n in K. of P fill I Hf brethren are cordially inrited. ASHCROFT, QUS NIIDIQ. WJL of Thej are All flrxt by the XnriM KJI arc The Red Cross Drag Eotk THE SAFE, SATISFACTORY DRUG STORK Nigtit ft Block Th. Merchifits 'o t I 3EAD OFFKB A.F. A.M.. BrtfoJtr mtwtiDff night. third Thvnditf of MMOMM Ifttt. P. O. at t P.M. fcrethreo will C. r. W.M. S. W. F. ft. fW. MOFESSIONAL CARDS MEDICAL OR. Bi-yau Block, Room 21. bourg M2: 7-10. DR. W. S. Aocouclur. Hours 9 a.m.; 3-3; 7-8 p.m.. Office 91-4 R-' path, St. Phone 55. lOCTORg MEWBURN AND DEANfc JEtedpath Streot. i a.m.; jJ-3; 7-g. A. Suffom fiUck. JUsidiuice, oor. Bonipaa ano Ciabfc. 277; reaidetio 18. E. LOVERING-Physiciaii u, Aooouober. Block. SUiura: Till 9 a.m.. 11 to 1 3 to i, 7 to 8. Day 104 t, 343. M.D., isl Ear, aad Throii d Block. LeUJwidge, 2-5 p.m .m. T. JVtl, DENTIST- loyal of Dentor JigfcVrd Booms f g. ft.13 14. 4AS. VERONICA ing, ical) niflnica.iv ami facial Block St. HOSPITAL- Si.. Ntwrtii Ward X.. 3M. per day. caaw: m Uauriitj. cases fl.50 to M.W flack is >ikT for oiriti and CllM. life. IB LEGAL and MliciUn. Office, adjoin Bank, LethfcricW. L M J. K.maa Eitchie wMURCH at Wl Solicitors, No- tary Fultiics and Conjbeare Slock, Leihbridge SIMMONS or, to W. C. Simmons. aad'Notaries. 'Money "V loin. W. C. Simmons: 8. J. sW herd. H A. J. Notarr. Room H, Staffnm Block, H H. DUNWOQDY-Barrister licitr. Etc. Office. Acaetia Block Alta. ano Solicitor. Office, Booms 2 and 3 Ott Block. SURVEYING F HAMILTON, B.A.Sc.-Domini.'.f, Larui Surreyo.-. Irriffatjon and Hy drauhc Engineer. Room 5. Whh ney Block. Phone. 205. RGHITECTS AND oey Block. Late of Williams Brn.- Architects, Detroit. B. Room Wh-itney Block. JAS. A. Macdonald Block, Kedpath Alta. W M. Calpnrr anr Lethhndse. Spt-ftjalist in mg, heatin.s and veniii Htion. Ernest E. C-irv-Kr M B A A. A. I.C.. Etc.] office. Sherlock. Block Phone 1241. WILLIAM WATTS-Buiider and Cot, tractor, is prepared to estimate free of cost on all kinds of work m the building trade, including r- pairs, alteraiions. Box 51 o Alta. fo-r foundations, concrete walks menls and all kinds of concr-t- work. _ Terms reasonable. cheerfully ApplT Box gan Leth bridge, Alst. WM. J.. Ouff Addition. Contractor an.-i builder. Estimates freely given will you to call be-fore buildint W. R. painting. 275-O UNDERTAKING AODISON SON-Lading ami T. S. Director EmbalmpT. Moat np to rtui- parlors In city. Five of Post Office. Ford St. White Black Cars. ACCOUNTANT W. D. penerai ing. MIX? Acndii. Alta. Corporation Onpitnl 1500.000 Fiscal for ;