Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Letlibrulge Daily Herald, 'Tuesday, February Daily Herald Established December, 1907. Published by the Letbbridge Heralil Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful !ug at its office, Crabb St., Lethbridge Alberta, Canada. W, A. BUCHANAN, Managing Director and Editor PHONES jand News Department Advenisiug, Cireulauoi; and Job Uepartinvms. Subscript.on Rates j practiced a system which was based on j itho motto, To the Victor Belongs the) Spoil.' i'idng a national sin, it can be ieliminate only by a.keen and well-la-! formed public opinion. >To oue party can make the reform; it must be the work of both parties at Ottawa and j parties in every provincial legis- FROM OTHER SANCTUMS THE UNIONIST JOKE Tiie Unionist preys has u supreme nerve to make suggestions that a coal- ition government should be formed, with Lord Kosebery as premier, and the "more conservative'1 members of Cowtey Has Them Too (.Cowley Grasshoppers jumping over ihe prai- rie on the 21th day of January should be u good-enough advertisement for this section of the country. Daily, one year, delivered Daily, six months, delivered Daity, three months, delivered Daily, oue mouth, delivered Daily, one year, by xuiil..... Daily, six months, by mail Daily, three months, by until .54.00 .51.00 .51.75 .S5c Addresses changed as oHen as desir ed, but both new and old addresses must be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight Here's Optimism For You (.Michel If a thousand nloasani things tire both Liberal and Conservative panics of hum for sometiiiug un- 10 be the members. The victory iu tho 1 Insane. U you don't find it, howl contest that has practically closed has SOIUe anyway, rested with the Liberal government, i mind bushier; watx-h although H must be admitted thai something :o (ind fault with in decisiveness or Uic-ir victory was not olher Business, this will as decisive as the defeat of their -vtm oreat- ponc-nts. j., .5 I The Gait to Ruin Kor ihe Unionists after defeat to suggest that the victors should give I them half the honor, half the power (Calgary The Medicine Hat dramatic club put and half the influence in controlling the affairs of the nation is as ridicu-! son "The Gate to Ruin" and started for .Maple Creek. They can go the' gait pages, and contains a summary of the lous as i: De ror defeated Khere a11 liglu' world's news of foreign. tlio week, local and Oue year, in advance.......... Six months, Jr. advance .........75c Three months, in advance........50c THE DAILY HERALD 1-3 one sale at the following places: Cross Ortig and Book Store, J. 0. Robertson Co., J. J. Johnston. Co., R. W. Ham Ilton. Pincrier J. Mitchel, D. L. ilcCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. K. Suddaby. Cranb'-ook, B. Atchison. L. Reinecke. Grassy Tugha-r.. Bow F. Werts. Hotel News Stand. Also on all C. P. R. trains. defenders of a fortress to suggest that; one of the generals sliould be given' the control of the victorious 'army. It s like a victorious chief being asked j STREET DELIVERY ASSURED The news budget from Ottawa by Hon. A. Buchanan has been con- He saw It Alt (Morning "What Calgary Needs" is the title I to behead his trusted and victorious !of lecture a touring lecturer, who lieutenants in order to give the places sPeak to-uiSQC- As rhe gentleman to his The nerve of the Un- jhas bcen in the city like about flftcen ionlsts is something to be admired, minutes he certainly ought LO know. Perhaps it is only the inborn idea j that the Lords and their party have that theirs is the divine right to rule, and that the common ordinary Liber- als should step aside to let them do as they like. No wonder it is that the The Street Railway Pays (Calgary With cheaper power the Calgary street railway would be amongst the 6est-paying municipal assets in Can- English Liberals declare, "it is to ada. And laugh." [things go. it is doing very well as COMPARISON OF PRICES The question of the cost of liviag is receiving a good deal of n'iblic atten- tion, and all sorts of comparisons of prices of commo-'.ities are made. The Grocer of January 21st has a list of forty-six articles with the prices firmed by communications received by j charged for these by the wholesale the Board of Trade from Senator De- houses in 1S65 and the prices chargec and Lethbridge is to have a street mail delivery at once. The post- master-general, has- recognized that Lethbridge has outgrown its present postal facilities and would much more outgrow them before a postoffice could possibly be erected. Therefore he has speedily decided to take up the sug- gestion made of relieving the conges- tion at once by installing the street deli very'system. It will take probably two years lo build such a post office as Hon. Wil- liam Pugsley, the minister of public works, intimates that it is his intention to have built here. At the rate the city is growing the relief caused by the installing of the street delivery will not last longer than the time required to erect the new office. But for that time the congested state of affairs will now be overcome much to the sat- isfaction of the citizens of Lethbridge. He Isn't Dead Either Edmonton Aviator Latham, who fell one hun- dred and fifty feet and escaped alive j to find his machine a wreck, has noth-jj5 ing on Lloyd-George, who started out to capture the British Empire and fell into the hands of the Irish. The Hosmer Mines Will Install a New Coal Washing Plant now. From this list it is shown chat DEVELOPMENT IS cheese, butter, ham, eggs, and all spice have gone up consider- ably, whilst all other articles are the' same or greatly reduced. Sugar, salt j and tea have been enormously reTduced in The Grocer points out that two caus- es have lead to the increase in prices of the articles named, and these are the excellent facilities to Britain, where there is an almost unlimited de- GROWING APACE Hosmer, Jan. contract has been let by The Hosmer Mines, Ltd. for the erection of a coal washing ma- chine with a capacity of five hundred tons per day.. The machine will be de- hvereo. m Hosmer on April 1, and will ;t> mand ror the Canadian product, and i, T 'be erected ana m operation on on June f T M i t n TTT then there is the great Increase of the' home consumption due to the, growth of the population. 1. The washer will be erected in the tipple and will work in connection with j isher has given us the only measure for civil reform which is worthy of tho name, it is also true thai party pat ronage is as rampant in Ontario under Conservative rule as in other provinc or in the Dominion. In the Con servative city of Toronto, the patron age committees still perform import ant functions under the Whitney ad ministration. Only a few days ago these committees met in solemn con clave to choose sixteen pages in thel Legislature during the approaching session. "Party patronage is a national, not a party, sin. Every person has been guilty. Every member of parliament past and present has condoned and The business men of the city will not appreciate very highly the pro- posed action of the C.P.R. In moving i TRICKS IN the uptown telegraph office away over i into the station yard. It, would be i much better, from the public stnnd- oin, to have the office in the business listrict. EVERY TRADE BUT OURS Toronto, ton. notice purport- ing .0 come from the buyers of cattle on the public market of Toronto has been published announcing thst after Fob. 10 they would not buy cattle that had been fed grain or any thing but The lar.ost star in the journalistic firmament of Alberta is the Peace River Pilot and Entwistlc News, pub- i hay and water after their arrival on i -t: You have no doubt heard a, good deal talk about British Columbia Fruit Lands. Everybody who has spoken to you who knows the true conditions has favorably. Isn't that so? The fact of the matter is that 13, C. Fruit Laud'is going iO be a big thing Ju the next five years.It simply can't it. It will produce the fruit, it has the .MARKET and the climate. We studied the ii. C. Fruit Land situation thoroughly before we invested our money. are convinced of its future. And from our knowledge of investments we know that 13. C, Fruit Lands will live up to our most sanguine expectations. They will make money for every-one invests now. It is indeed the opportunity ot" the hour. Our Fruit Lands on the Arrow Lukes will eventually become very valuable because of their choice location and because they do not require irrigation. The payment of down and per acre per month secures a fruit farm. Call and pick out a 10 acre plot. There is surely no better investment on the market. Furthermore you can become independent quicker by buying and working a fruit farm in B. CL than by any other means because two acres cleared and put into small stuff will give you a living while your trees grow to dollars and your land increases in value. M. FREEMAN, Genl. Agent. Lethbridge Hotel Block. Professional Cards MEDICAL OR. W. S. GALBRAITH-PhyBiciat Surgeon, Accoucher. 'J a.m.; 2-3; 7-6 iv.iu. Office 914 Rm path .St. 1'hone 53 DR. clan. Bryan. Block, Room 21. hours 'J-12; 2-5; 7-10. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEAWl Sueei.. Ho fore 2-3; 7-8. OR. A. McNALLY-Offioe Stafford IHock. Residence, cor, Bonvnna Crabb. Phone: Office 277; residency 72. and Throat Stafford Block, Lethbridge, Oflice hours: 9.30-12 a.m., 2-5 pm 7-fe p.m. D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., C.M., Lst, Kye, JCar, Nose DR. GARNET T. grad- uate lloyal College of Dental Sur- geons, Toronto. Office 219 Sherlock Building. Hours 9-12, 1-5. Phoue DR. J. E. (McGill) Physi- cian and Surgeon. Electric and X- ray treatment. Office Room 18 Sherlock Building. Corner Redpath and Glyn. Hours: Till 9; IM- 3.5. 7-9. Sundays: Till 10; 1-4; 8.30-9.30' Phone day and night 1242. T17D L K Investment in a young; Citv with a Great Euture is the hest and J O u safest form in the world. Some of the greatest fortunes of today have been made in this way. Lethbridge is absolutely certain to be a great metropolis. INVEST ?sTOW and take part in its GROWING WEALTH. MORNINGSIDE Has been laid out upon a scale of the city's future. Property here will double in value with every year that pawses. Por Enl.l Information, Call or Address PRIVATE MATERNITY HOSPITAL rooms are bright, warm and well ventilated. Good food, wash- ing done ia hospital laundry. Pa- tients may have visitors any time during the day or If very ill may have a friend stay. Ffnt floor for medical cases. Terms moderate Telephone 269. Miss G. A. Dainty gradaate nurse of NIcholls Hospital Peterboro, and tUree years exper- ience In hospital work in New York is in charge. TRAINED NURSE open for engage- ment. Apply Mrs. John A. Silver' Baroness Road, near Iron Works. 17-28 MRS. K. L. sional Nurse, 710 Bompas St. 17-0 MISSES O'CONNOR AND Hair- Dressing, Manicure, Facial Massage and Electrical Massage for falling hair; combings made up- toilet articles. Acadia Block Red- path street. 25-26 LEGAL The Stan P. 0, Box 1979 JOHNSTQNE RITCH! E-Barri- ters and solicitors. Office, adjoin mg Oniou Bank, Lethbridge. L M Jdhnstone; J. Norman Ritchie OLIVER BLOCK Lethbridge CONYBEARE, CHURCH MCAF f Solicitors No- tary Publics and ConmiissioWr? tonybeare Block, Lethbridge SIMMONS Barristers bolicitors and Notaries. Money fr loan After February 1st, officeo will be in Canadian of Com- merce building, w. c. Simmons: S. J. Shepherd. UJ We have a com- plete 1'me of AiUombiie Ac- cessories at our Garage. Professional Cards PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER AND ACCOUNTANT LODGZ PRIDE OF ALBERTA, i j No. 293, Soos of England Benefit Society Meets in the Oddfellows' Kali t every flrst and third Wednesday of the month at 8 p.m. For full psir- i tlcuiars appiy T. Robins, A. J. Warren, W. President. Sec., Box 57. M. Instructor ot .Calgary Busiess College) Quick accurate work guaranteed. Accountancy work in all its bran- 'I-fs. Office, Beard of Trade Build- (on Phone 1012. Box 2U71. 22-24 .clock. .Notary. Room 14. Stkffoni H H. DUNWOODY-akrrister, -So- hcitor, Me. Office. Acacia Block Letnbndge, Alta. uiOCK. ana Rooms 2 and 3. Ot. i eecond and fonrth month. Visiting ways receive hearty welouiim ciller. 0. L Orifflth; EXPERT ORIENTAL CLEANING TCGMPANY-clean new and old looking glasses and overy- made of glass, also scrubbing Send all orders to P. O. Box 25-25 or sick nurse open ipr engagement after 7th February. Box 333 Lethbridge WILLIAM WATTS-lJuilder and Con pfr-parnd lo g-ivc eatimattfr or COG? on all kinds of work is tne bnildinc including re t-tc. iiox 5IS LethhriJye. Ferguson has open ert a dancing academy in the MrNabb Block, Round St. All the latest danc cs taught. Terms reasonable. 42-6 J. H. and Builder in the market with a full line of new ideas and prices that are worth investigating. Plans and estimates to be obtained for the asking V'Q Bompas St. P. 0. Box 1972. ERBER7 RAMSDEN-Contractor to; concrete walks, base- ments all kinds of concieV wors To.Mns reasonable. Estimate, cheenuhy g.vcn. Applv Box Lethbridge. A lid H For a First-Class Job In Cleaning and Dyeing Ladres' or Gents' Clothes, Call THE CITY DYE WORKS Phone 792 At There is a rumor current that changes arc shortly to be made in the Saskatchewan cabinet. W. F. i Kcrr of Rcgina is mentioned as a pto- i bable minister. Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd, Capital I500.00G Fiscal for Roytl CoHftries Ltd WM. Duff builder, will pay .tion. Contractor freely hufldjn W. R. BROWN-House painting, car nage painting, paper hanging, wall decorating, etc. 23 Argyle Ave. Phone <20. Box 300. 27S-0 UNDERTAKING Financial Brokftrs All SUtxdArd Stocks Handled HERALD ADS BRING RESULTS ADDJSON A up to dale undertakers anc! euibalmers In the city, biack -.nd white cars. Office rrext the Herald office, Phone Strict attention paid to all cases. Pariors open day and night. T. S. DirectO' and EmbalG._r. Most up to oarlors in -jity. Five of Post Office. Ford St White Black Cars. Pbone 561.