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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lcthb'ridge Daily Herald, 'Wednesday, February Daily Herald Established December, 1907. Published by the Lethbridge Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful ing at its office, Crabb St., Lethbvitlge Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Director and Editor PHONES and News Department Circulation and Job Departinens. Rates Daily, oae year, delivered ......14.06 Daily, six months, delivered Daily, three months, delivered Daily, one month, delivered Dally, one year, by wail j gage In the various 'scheduled are doing so at a sacrifice of time and work. It is to be hoped that the movement may not be confined to the few who will take the onus of begin- ning it. If the object of the league is realized it will be but a stimulating in. luenct? for many local clubs, the de- aters of which may strive for a place 11 Hie senCor league. It is to be hoped iiat a large audience will greet the de- aters here, and that the interest of he citizens will follow the home boys n their debates iu Calgary and Medi- ine Hat. Lethbridge might well be roud of the Southern Alberta Debat- ug League trophy. Daily, six months, by Daily, three months, by mail.....S5c Addresses changed as often as desir ed, but both new and old addresses must be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight pages, and contains a summary of the world's news of the week, local and foreign. One year, in Six months, in advance .........75c Three months, In advance........50c THE DAILY HERALD IB one sale at the following Cross -Drug and Book Store, J. G. Robertson Co., J. J Johnston. Co., R- W. Ham iltou. PIncher J, Mltchel. D. L McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fern i e, B. K. Suddaby. Cranbrook, B. Atchison L. Reinecke. Grassy Tughar.. Bow F. Werts. Hotel News Stand. Also on all C, P. R. trains. OUR POINT OF VIEW A gain of nearly three hundred per cent. In the building permits during anuary over January of last year is a good indication of the building opera- ions that can be expected during the remainder of the year. Troubled With Backache For Years. Now Completely Cured by the of Doan't Kidney Pills. i misery every day with aching really have no to Backache u simply a from the kidaeyi and should attended U immediately fc w to avoid ol terrible Down's suite-ring from kidney 's Kidney PilU wiii you ii If Clinton Howard wants to know a few things that ought to happen in Lethbridge, he should consult a num- ber of men who annually express vari- ous views about the first of December on municipal matters. Where is that circular snow sweeper that the councir was going -to have to keep the sidewalks clean? the same way they of others, and they curt to stay cured. W. C. Etoerr, 13 Brijhton London, Ont., M witi pleasure that I thank YOU for food your Doaa'g Kidney Pilii dotM Have been troubled with backache foe v-eaw. Nothing helped me uttA a friend brought a box of your Kidaey Pilk 1 began to take them and took four and am glad to that I am cured en- tirely and can do all my own work and feel M food u I tued to before taken lick. I am positive Doan'i Kidney PiiU are all you claim them to be, and I advtse all kidney lufTeren to give them a i fair trial." i Price 50 per box or 3 for at all or mailed direct oa receipt of price by The T. Milburm Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. Whtt ordering tptttfy A very large gang of men was not seen shovelling off the inch or two of snow that fell night before last. The good looking and an excellent house- keeper. Should this be found by some unmaried Christian gentleman, will he walks will be as slippery as glass in a write to the following address, day or two, as soon as the chinook write to' the following conies and freezes up again. elc The finder being a bachelor de elded to unravel the affair, and sue- Some people are very much alarmed i ceeded only to destroy the romance. You have no doubt hoard a good deal of talk about British Columbia Fruit Lands. Everybody who has spoken to you who knows the true conditions has spoken favorably. Isn't that so? The fact of the matter is that 13. C. Fruit Land is going -.o bo a big thing ill the next five ycars.lt simply cau't it. It will produce the fruit, It has Uie MARKKT and the climate. We studied the R C. Fruit Land situation thoroughly before wo invested our mouoy. Wo are convinced of Us future. And from our knowledge of investments we know that B. C. Fruit Lauds will live up to otir most sanguine expectations. They will make.money for every-one who invests now. It is indeed the opportunity'of the hour. Our Fruit Lands on the Arrow Lakes will eventually become very valuable because of their choice location and because they do not require irrigation. The payment of down and ?2 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 iu B. C. than by any other means because two acres cleared and put iutp small stuff will give you a living while your trees grow to dollars and your land increasos iu value. Professional Cards MEDICAL DR. W. S. GALBRAlTH-Physioiac Surgeon, Accouehor. 9 a.m.; 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Office 914 Red- path St. Phone 53 DR. clan. Bryan Block, Room 21. nourg 9-12; 2-5; 7-10. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEANf Redpath Street. I a.m.; 2-3; 7-8. DR. A. McNALLY-Oflice Stafford Block. Residence, oor. and Crabb. Phone: Office 277; 72. D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., Nose aud Stafford Block, Lethbridge, Alt. Oflice hours: 9.30-12 a.m., 2-5 p.m 7-8 p.m. v M. FREEMAN, Genl. Agent. Lethbridge Hotel Block. DR. GARNET T. IVES-Dentist, grad- uate Royal College of Dental Sur- geons, Toronto. Office 219 Sherlock Building. Hours 9-12, 1-5 Pbone 463. DR. J. E. Physi- cian and Surgeon. Electric and X- ray treatment. Office Room 13 Sherlock Building. Corner Redpatb and Glyn. Hours: Till 9; 11-1- 3.5- 7-9. Sundays: Till 10; 1-4; 8.30-930 Phone day and night 1242. THE REQUEST OF THE MARITIME PROVINCES The effort of the people of the Mar time provinces to secure representa tior. In the House of Commons put o proportion to their population amount to an attempt to strike at the ver fundamental principle upon which Con federation is founded. It was on this question that the great political battles were fought that resulted in the fed- eration of the provinces and it is to be regretted that the question once set- tled should be opened again. The claim that the smaller provinc- es should be safe-guarded against the superior political strength of the larg- er provinces is to a certain extent well taken. That, however, Is provid- ed for in the fixed representation giv- en them in the Senate. The House of Commons is essentially the people's house and the principle governing iu> composition must be representation by population. If a certain number ol people in one province can have the same representation as a greater num- ber in another province that principle is violated. If the claim holds good for the Mari- time Provinces that the places farthest from the capital should have greater representation it should hold much better in the interests of the western provinces. Manitoba, Saskatchewan.. Alberta and British Columbia are far- ther away from Ottawa than New Brunswick, Xova Scotia and Prince Edward sland, not only from the stand- point of actual distance but also from, the standpoint of differences of inter ests. Circumstances and conditions are much different in the West from those in the East, and it is therefore more necessary that these western pro vinces should have a stronger repre- sentation at parliament to look after their Interests and place the affairs of the western people before the house. Sir Wilfrid Laurier pointed out that there is no power resting in the Do- minion Parliament to permit of grant- ing the request of the people from the Maritime Provinces. The matter was once before taken before the Privy Council at London and was decided against the request. The only solution lies in the plan suggested by Hon. Wm. Pugsley, that by consent of an inter- provincial conference it might be agreed to give the Maritime Provinces the representation they ask. It is very doubtful even then if the request could legally be granted. There is one thing sure and that, is that the West would not consent to any sur-h arrangement. The three provinces the sea. have been asked to unite into one province among the province's of the federation, is no doubt but what as one united provinro they would wield a much stronger influence than they can while sepnrated. over a report that the chief of police was issuing orders that every dog not wearing a tag was to be shot at sight. The order has not yet been issued but there are hundreds of people who would not be at all sorrv if it The girl who had written the note had died many years ago leaving an aged husband and a grown-up family. and were carried into effect. Tax the Billboards {Winnigeg There is no more reason why a bill- board erected on a valuable city lot If Hon. G. P. Graham can show that! should be free from taxation than a the Intercolonial has been run during house erected on the same lot should the past year so as to have a surplus at the end of it, he will establish a pre-v cedeut in the history of that road. The superintendent in the postmast- er-general's department is on his way to install the street delivery system. It is now up to the city to get a move- on and get the streets and houses all named and numbered. be exempt from taxation. Jupiter Ptuviusi (Cardston Star) A nice shower of rain fell in the Cardstoa district on Monday morning. How is that for Januarv weather? The university buildings are to be built of Calgary sandstone. Calgary has the satisfaction of knowing that if it has not got the buildings, it supplies the makings. Considering Where He Came -From (Blairmore Joe Martin speaks approvingly of the people who elected him. It is un- necesary to make any surmise of the language that Mr. Martin would use if they rejected him. Investment in a young City with a Great Future is the best and safest form in the world. Some of the greatest fortunes of today have r> been made in this way. Lethbridge is absolutely certain to be a great metropolis. INVEST NOW and -take part in its GROWING WEALTH. MORNINGSIDE Has been laid out upon a scale worthy of the city's future. Property 'here will double in value with cvciy that pauses. For Eull Information, Call.or Address It would be a good idea for thej Board of Trode to try to work up an unseemly rivalry between the C.N.R. a phenomenal speed without betting and C.P.R. to see which will get here j and gambling on the race tracks oi Cut Out the Gambling (Winnipeg If horses cannot be bred to travel at first. If all the merchants would sug- gest that they might throw all their freight business to the line getting here first, there might be an awful hus- tle worked up. Many a man will make the Sunday closing of the post office an excuse for not getting up in time to go to church. Canada, then let us have less" speed. Ah! i here's the Question (Calgary "Why come to This is a question that the Albertan desires to fers a prize for the best answer sent have answered wisely and fully. It of- The latest returns say that the Lib- erals are still one ahead of the Union-] ist.s. That is a majority and enough The Standard Securities Company P. 0, Box 1979 OLIVER BLOCK Lethbridge RIVATE MATERNITY HOSPITAL rooms are bright, warm and well ventilated. Good food, wash- ing done In hospIta-J laundry Pa- tients may have visitors any time during the day or if very ill may have a friend stay. First floor lg for medical cases. Terms moderate Telephone 269. Miss G. A. Dainty graduate nurse of Nicholls Hospital Peterboro, and Uree 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 MR.S- K. L. GLASSPOOLE-ProieT- sional Nurse, 710 Bompas St. 17-0 MISSES O'CONNOR AND Hair Dressing, Manicure, Facial Massage and Electrical Massage for falmg hair; combings made up: toilet articles. Acadia Block, Red- path street. LEGAL JOHNSTQNE R ITCH IE-Barm- ters and solicitors. Office, adjoin- ing Qnion Lethbridge. Lif Jehnstone; J. Norman Ritchie CONYBEARE, CHURCH MCAR- Solicitors, No- tary Publics and Commissionsera Conybeare Block, Leth bridge. to crow over. Uights It would be a good thing for some of those politicians from the Maritime SPEAKING WELL OF ONE'S ENE- MIES While spending the winter in Geor- Provinces to come out West for a gja, before his inauguration as Presi- while to get a look at that representa- tion not according to population idea of theirs. It looks different from this side of the lakes. dent, Mr. Taft went to the city of Ath- ens to deliver an address to the stu- dents of the University of Georgia. He met a member of the faculty a 41staunch said: Calgary real estate must be looking} "Judge, I voted the Democratic ticlr- up when a government official at Ed-1 et but wanted to see you win." monton chucks his job to deal in it. FROM OTHER SANCTUMS How They Get It In Magrath (Magrath Judge Taft replied: You remind me of the story of Brer Jasper and Brer Johnson, who were both deacons in the Shilo Baptist church, although avowed enemies. "Brer Jasper fried and the other dea- cons told Brer Johnson he must say something good about the deceased on We have a com- plete line' of Autombiie Ac- cessories at our Garage. CARBlDE-i- Ttie Standard Garage Co. PHONE 564 WOOD ST. Professional Cards PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER AND ACCOUNTANT LODG2 PRIDE OF ALBERTA, No. 293, Sons of [nglanil Benefit Society Meets in the Oddfellows' Hall every first and third Wednesday of the month at 8 p.m. For full par- ticulars appiy F. T. Robins, W. President. Sec., Box 57. M. of Calgary Busiess College) Quick und accurate work guaranteed. Accountancy work in all its bran- 'l-.es. Office, Beard of Trade Build- j-jg (on Phone 1012. Box 2071. 22-24 SIMMONS SHEPHERD-Barristers Solicitors and Notaries. Money tc loan After February 1st, offices will be in Canadian of Com- merce building, w. C. Simmons; b. J. Shepherd. H A. J. MACDOUGAll.-BatTbtej bolicitor, Notary. Room H, Block. H. H. DUNWOODY-Barrister, So- Acaclia Alta. e. oiock. CAMERON-Barri3ier ni Office, Rooms 2 and 3 Ott SURVEYING A J Warron 'J'J8LIC G. TuiT. Office 516 Hijl block, Duf- 'erin St. Phone 574. P. 0. Box 102 A few days ago one of our citizens i Sumlay nighL At first he declined, but cut into a pound of butter which hej whose proprietor does not advertise, and found therein a small tin box, which contained a small piece of paper ler say "boilt Deacon finally i "Sunday night, when the time the eulogy arrived, he arose slowly and said: 'Brcderen and Sisteren, I prom- THE DEBATING LEAGUE The formation of the Southern Al- berta debating league indicates the changing condition of life and society in Alberta. Contests of this sort have hitherto been confined mainly to the scats of learning or tho places looked upon as the centres of culture in t.ho East. a TS an enterprise which shonl j Halifax. Jan. process of fa selecting Rhodes scholar for the pre- sent year to represent Nova Scotia i fa was completed on Saturday. The i choice of students and senate alike HorSCc for Sell6 Visiting members cordially invited to j It yon nring your prescription to us to be compounded. You get the advantage and bene- fit of baving. your medicine properly made up with the best ingredients by an expert in dispensing and you also h University. the satisfaction of feel- ing perfo.cr.lv sure that it is just as your Doctor wanted it. We gain through your sat- isfaction as a satisfied cus- tomer is our best advertise- ment fa has fallen upon John Erskine Read, -i- i B A. of Dalhousie college, son of Dr. j H. H. Read of this city, and nephew of Prof. J. Gordon MacGregor of Ed-j Mr. Read was OJborn in Halifax in 1SS8. On entering Dalhousie college in 1903 he obtained I first class distinction and won the Mc-j ivenzie bursary, a valuable prize. JUST ARRIVED head of young work horses, 1250 to 1550 in broken. I J. F, Rodgers attend. A. CATHRO. R.S. L. W. STEEVES, N.G. Box 1270. Ferguson has open "ed a dancing academy in the McXabi Block, Round St. All the latest danc es taught. Terms reasonable. -12- Sale Stables Wood Street. Lethbridge Modern Woodmen at" i America Uj.hforidge Camp No. IMrjl. i Meets in the Oddfellows HaH evmrj i eecoiid fourth the monih. Visiting rr'iii receive a lir.srty weUxiUft. j C. L. Griffith; Banker. W A -V- H YOUNG-B. A. Sc. Dominion Land Surveyor. Mine Surveyor. Post Office Block, Phone 1210. 41.26 rveyor. Irrigation and Hy- Roora 5 Phone, 205 RGH1TECTS AND CONTRACTORS Architects. Lute of Williams Bros Detroit. JAS. A. MACDGNALD- W in Firep and WILLIAM WATrZ-Uuilder and Con- THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Store Acadia Block, Redpath St. Day and Night Phone 555 Night Bell Dispenser. Picture Framer. HON. L. P. BRODEUR SUFFERED RELAPSE Ottawa, Jan. L, P. Bro- deur, minister of marine and fisheries, is in a very weak condition today. He had so far improved on Saturday that he was moved down stairs hut he had a relapse and had to he con- o I fa I veyed to his room again. His case 'x'-'- not viewed with alarm, however, and it is expected that his recovery i will be complete, though tardy. Among his callers during the last few days jwere Earl Grey and the Earl of j Jamesborough. PONY EXPRESS Furniture, Trunks, etc., taken to any part of the city. J. FlGEiNS PHONE 632 Express and Baggage Wagon for Hire Prompt Service Phone 585 and 1023 Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royi! Collieries Ltd All Standard Handled HEAD r, 19 prepared to give estimate free oj cost on all kinds of work io trade, including re- alicratior-a. etc. Box 513 AlU. J. H. Contractor and Builder >s in the market with a full line of new ideas and prices that are worth investigaung. Plans and estimates to be obtained for tho asking Bompas St. P. 0. Box ERSER7 RAMSDEN-Contraclor to, concrete walks menu, ilH kinds of co fterie IB. Ii? For a First-Class Job In Cleaning and Dyeing ur Gems: vioihes, AT, THE CITY DYE WORKS Phone 792 Constables O'Connor, Tupper and join the corporal's class for instruc-j tion before promotion. Meets 1st and M o n d ay? in K. of P Hal! at o'clock. Visiting oretbren are cordially invited. ASHCROFT, W.P. GUS NEIDIH W.I. -naiea freel W. R. BROWN-House painting, car nage painting, paper hanging, wall decorating etc. 23 Argyle Ave. Phone r20. Box 300 27S-O UNDERTAKING ADDISON up to date undertakers am' emhalmers in the city, black :od white cars. Office next the Herald office, Phone 6S2. Strict attention paid to all cases. Pariors open day and night T. S. DJrectoi Musi tip to date parlors in Fjve doors west of Post Office Ford Sc. White and Black Cars. Phone 561. ;