Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
AIUMTA. THUWDAY, FEMUARY 4, IIM. br the Daily Herald Printing Co., Ltd.. every lawful evening at fa office, Bourd 81.. Letbbridge, Canada W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Di- and Edltar- Rutit Dftilf. one year. delivered M.M Daily, aix mouth. delivered. 2.M Dtllr. tkrse delivered.. IJI plily. month, delivered .16 Daily, year, by mail S-ti Daily, fix by mail '-IS i months, by mail .Ml Weekly Herald, one year t.50 changed M often de- SUN FIRE The oldest Insurance Office in the world 1710 Bl-CENTcXSTv 1910 HONE OFFICE: LONDON. ENGLAND C B. BOWMAN, LZTHBRIDGE, AGENT. Side DRESSED ASLEEP AND ATE GOOD MEAL tired; but both oev and old be given. PAY LONGER HOURS. Toronto Star: Did you ever eat a meal while asleep? No? Well, that's the peculiar somnam- bulistic font performed by a young man named W. George, who lives with his family in Argyle street, near Dundas street. He works in the Massey-Harris foundry shop, and is a strady hard worker too. That may have some- BETTER J. G. TurriSfs suggestion that ail increase in the pay of civil servants should bring with it an increase in the hours of labor seeois reasonable., ,.._ thing to cU Ottawa performance. On Wednesday evening he came home as usual soon after 5 o'clock in- with h is sleep-walking- Clerks in the departments at work on an. average about hours a day and as Mr. Turifif says very little real business can be transacted in that time. The civil service is look-1tendlng: to tO a that ed upon as a bed of roses and as far He went took off as the hours of labor are 'vorkin- cloth0ii- and Iaid that is just about what it is. By a Httjo nft'' An extending the hours and increasing Ihour lator he carae asleep the pay more efficient service would be the result and incidentally a lot j' of useless clerks could be dropped. j wrong with him. particularly as he had. again donned isat tO ihtf Utblp' ate ''Ut Said not a worri" HISTORY OF CHURCH IN WEST. Rev. Father Now of St. Boni- face, Will It. Winnipeg, Feb. recent, and interesting addition to the ranks of the St. Boniface clergy is the Rev. Father Morico. O.M.I., who has token up his permanent residence at the Obliite Jumoraio. This institution boards and instructs arc 35 in the home at at. i The only way to procure a good service is to employ good men at good salaries and compel theui work as other people do. his working attire, and. as he rose and walked out into the hall, his aunt followed, and slnpped him on the shoulder. 1 With a sudden start he awoke and A LINE TO MONTANA. j asked what was the matter with her. Since the C.P.R. has acquiix-d con- "What's the matter with she trol of the A. R. I. Co. it is more "Are you theological subjects, while they u-nd tho St. Boniface College for! other instruction. From the ranks i u These are recruited Oblate I missionaries for the Canadian West.} Father Morice came -co the Junior-! November after missionary' labors in British Columbia extend- ing over years. He is B'eii known the author of many books and a contributor u> prominent magazines Indian life and lore. Very short- ly Father Morice will begin what is likely u> be'a'standard work on the. history ..f the Christian church in Canada. Last summer he attended a congress in Vienna of men taking a special interest in the Indian and on his return he, spent considerable time in the ar-j chives Ottawa, Quebec, and real, gathering material for his pro- jected work on the church' in the West. A Free Press reporter called on Father Morice. and was shown his i Raymond Sugar On Track Today The Senfley Co. Ltd. Wklesele ind Retail Pdone ft tETHBRIDEE DATE OF Dinner at the imm CM Cannot be announc- ed for some days owing to unforeseen circumstances inter- fering with the com- pletion of the in- t-rior fittings. An ex-C.RR Chef Has Been Engaged Seventeen people on the staff. Seats for 48 at the tables and 16 at the lunch counter. Four seats at ench table. Grill Room to Open Later On N. H. MURRAY, Proprietor 50 HEAD OF Heavy Hares and Geldings _ Seei at Cky Market RODGERS4 YOUNG Sale Stables Wood St. PROFESSIONAL CARDS j. STIRLING AND DISTRICT City Property, Business Sites, Farm Lands, and Coal Lands MEDICAL OR. W. S. GALBRAITH-Physiciaii Surgeon, Accoucher, ,9 a.m.. 2-3; 7.8 p.m. Office 914 Red pjith St. Phone'53. DOCTORS.MEWBURN AND Street. 7-8. DR. A. and rooj. Stafford Block. Office Hours-11 12, 1.3, 7-8.30. Phone night and daj 277. DR. J. E. LOVER I NO-Physician] Surgeon, Accoucher, Oddfellows'? Block. 9 a.m., 11 to ij 3 to 5, 7 to 8. Phone, day an night, 342. D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., ist, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.! Stafford Block, Lethbridge, Altaj Office a.m., 2-5 p.m.. 7-8 p.m. DENTISTRY Then he realized that he ho.d been library of books, the ina- Look well to your feet. The advice enter Montana it would use the I doing- a somnambulistic stunt, and he are on history of j of doctors when there is an epidemic branch to Courts as its most direct I felt rather sheepish about it. route. Of course if -.hat r >.v.l was i Ile had started to the door to re- to acquire the charter of tin; w'ork instead of to the party. from Macleod to rardston mid 3'cn- i has been known to suf- tana it might find it while to froni somnambulism, too. scet all This collection is prob-jof grip, is "Keep your feet dry'." You ably otu- the most comprehensive can do this by wearing shoes made of open a" new country ;md set all the Montana business possible. con- tinued development of the cca5 re- sources of this province makes the trade of Montana very valuable and it would be especially so if the duty on coal was removed. The near future is quite certain to BARN GROWS LIKE A TREE. see the C.P.E. to be hitting the trail jthe statement that South Dakota has I for Montana, by what route tinje into the barn-raising business, j of its kind in existence. Father Moripi- reirard? books affection- ately., and shows them to the strang- er with evident pleasure. He hju many volumes dated about the begin nine of thr nineteenth .century, anc of considerable value. In spite o his extfnsive labors, Father Morice is hale and hearty. His eyes are Canastoia, S.D., Jan. 30.-The Clip- and his manijer genial. of this place, is authority for j a man of much nervous ___i i and a great worker. good leather and put together by 'the best methods. We have them. Farme Raising Stable as Horticul- tural Side Line. A few years ago a fanner near Goliad j TOOK FIRST PIANO TO alone can tell. I built a stall barn, using green vril- ON A C.P.R. THROUGH LINE, jlow posts the' corners and all along the sides. some of these fine days, j Afler a year :had saw will be on a C.P.R main line between that whereas be had put floor on i the ground it was noiv three feet Montreal and Seattle. The C.P.R. has secured control of the Wisconsin Central and it is re- ported that it is negotiating for the Pere Marquette, a railroad with above the soil. The posts, instead of being dead, were much alive. In their upward move they had carried the barn along. The Wisconsin Central gives the C.P.B. an entrance to Chicago from the west; and. the Pere Marquette would pro- vide it with a direct route to Detroit, where it would join its present line running to Montreal. Thus it will be seen- the road would have practic- THE RED .RIVER Mrs. Lowman Conveyed it in Via York Factory in Was Lost in San Francisco. Winnipeg, Feb. Sheriff Inkster has received a letter from his cous- in, Mrs. 'Cowan (nee Miss of St. Paul, in which she tells about the first piano ever brought to Bed This instrument was brought posts with siding. a two-storey affair. There is now a space of eight inches between the floor and the ground, and the owner expects to CANADA KNEW ALL a direct from Mon-} have n throe-storer barn by WIO. treal, through, to Chicago and St. i Paul, and thence over the Soo line to Spokane and on to Seattle, This route would become more direct on the construction of the branch to Lethbridge. Once the Pere Marquette is acquired i this route "would come into actual ex- Weyburn _ Terms of Waterways Treaty Were Not istence and JLethbridge would be on the main line of traffic between. two oceans. the Held Back London, Feb. Canadian cor- OUR POINT OF VIEW respondents of the English papers are sending of Canadian com_ plaints that the terms of the water- ways treaty between the "United States and Canada which was recent- 1840, with two Acader my. The valuable instrument which was to bring the cheerful music to the Red River settlers, came into-the country by way of York Factory, and from thence was brought southward j by York boats, scows, sledges and j other pioneer contrivances .to. KiL donan. Mrs. Bird kept- the instru- ment for many years, and among her pupils in pianoforte was Mrs. Cowan. Mrs. Lowman afterwards, married Chief Factor Bird, Hudson's Bay Company. Mrs. Cowan's rela- tionship to the possessor of the first piano was through the fact that- her father's second wife was a daughter Chief Factor Bird. Mrs. Bird y signed at Washington by Secretary i kept the piano number of years Some newspapers had State, Root, and 'the British Am- j after her marriage, and when she Spain, submerged by a tidal wave bassador, James Bryce.'we're'kept se- and all the citizens in an untimely cret from Canada. In reply to these grave. The Daily Herald's telegraph-1 complaints the British Foreign Office ic service did not make that error. j nas issued a statement that from the j beginning to the end, the whole aL Building Inspector Fowler is going i neSotiated the full make it a point to have knowledge and acquiesence of to make it issued for every fouflding placed under point to have a permit .Canadian Government at whose in- construction in the city this year. He will make an example of people who do not observe the law in this re- spect. year permits were not got a .new instrument she sold the pioneer to Mr. Sinclair, father of Mrs. Cowan. Mr. Sinclair took it to St. Louis, where he. had it put into good plater he. toolr it to F. German Between Sage's and Boy's LADIES AND GENTS: We want to impress upon your mind that there is as much difference be- tween an expert clothes cleaner and other cleaners as there is between a plug and thoroughbred, and while our price is as low as anywhere, yet it is the beauty "'Of our work that we hrag about. more. than our low price. If you want the best in cleaning, dying, pressing and repairing, try the City Dye Works ROUND STREET Opposite Herald Oiee TELEPHONE 353 other things, it was lost, and notiiing further been heard of it. Many an old timer around the Bed River has joyful recollections of..the was sent forth through- out the land from the little upright piano which went through all the perils of transportation to the prairie in 1840, and still bad music left-in it. i The Model Restaurant Appeals to everybody by its Excellent Menu and ought to claim the patronage of all Union Men As it is run on strictly union principles. Rooms in Connection John Contin PROPRIETOR R.A.Davis Stirling DR. 0. J. COURTICE Dentist, Graduate of Northwestern TTniversi-l ty, Chicago; 111. Office 1-5. Rooms 11 and J2, Macdonald I Block., Hayr Transfer Co. Leave your Orders for COAL, etc. AT- UNDERTAKING ADDISON Directors and Embalmers, 321 .Crabb 8t Lethbridge, Alta. Office and Besi- dence Phone-102. MUSIC MADAM Pi- aniste, organ and voice. produc- tion. Visits or. receives pupils, .preparatory or advanced. Coaching for exams. Howard House, Crabb Street. HayrBros.Hardware Store PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN PHONE ISO KING StNKING FAST. Addis Abeba, Abyssinia, Feb. King. Menelik, who has been ill lor a. leng time past, is giriTring fast, and t is. that his .death is not ar off. All the Ethiopian chiefs and heir armies, including the Negus artillery, haye gathered icipation of ;the proclamation of Menelik's successor.. Everything in season served tastily The Coaltfale Restaurant Coaldale Block MR. EARNEST F. ist, Pupil of Geo. Wilbey, London, Eng., and of Frank E. Blachford.. Toronto, is open for a limited num- ber of pupils. Also for concerts, At Homes, banquets, etc. Terms on application. Phone 212. MR. ALBERT of Dr. Briggs, M.A., Song Singing and Voice Culture. Pupil of Chaa. Hancock, Esq., F.R.C.O., L.B.A.M., Organ and Theory. Voice culture, pipe organ, piano, harmony and theory, song singing. Open, for con- certs, banquets, recitals, etc. Terms on application. Box: 690, Leth- bridge, Alta. SOMETHING NICE for a.iellpw" when .he is warm and thirsty, and that he will thank you for offering .him, is a foaming glass of cold and delicious Lethbridge beer. Is there a drink so tbirst-kflliag, bracing ami invigorating on a warm day as a palatable glass'.'of Alberta's Pride? If you. are out of it, we will deliver a case to your order. JOHANNES H. pil of Henri Verbruggen, of Borne, Italy; Carl Simins, of Berlin, Ger- many. High "Class Scotch music a specialty. Open for recitals, ban- quets, concerts, etc. For-terms ap- ply Royal Collieries, Lethbridge. LEGAL L. M. and Solicitor. Office adioming Union Bank, Lethbridge. W. C. Barris- ter, etc. Office: Southard Block. GONYBEARE JONES-C. F. P. Conybeare, K.C., D.C-L.; B. Morton .Jones, B.C.L. Barristers, solicitors, etc. Conybeare SURVEYING San among a.lot'of queens, -very night this week at the queen of handcuff :ypu 43-1 the draft of the treaty was drafted. The statement adds that all amendments were prepared by Can- ada or. referred-to Ottawa and con--' taken out for such-large and valuable! the Canadian govern-1 buildings as-the Stafford and Bryan erabodied in the blocks. Ifr. Fowler will not allow- any slips of that kind this year. treaty. The City Council should make an effort at once to keep tfe Cfeiaese laundries out of the residential sec- tions. It is disgusting to see a dry on Redpath St. east, iii the heart of one of the best residen- tial parts of the city. A lot of Senators will oppose Sen- ator Scott's idea of an elective Sen- ate on the ground that if such a sys- tem WM adopted they could be elected. CONSERVATION CONFERENCE Washington, Jan. that "the and iuexican governments have both formally accepted Presi- dent Boosevelt's invitation to send delegates to a North American Con- servation Conferece here the final ar- rangements are being rapidly put into shape. The conference will be held probably at the state department and will begin on the morning of Thursday, Feb. 18. -PROMINENT K. OF P. DEAD, Chicago, Feb. -t.-William Danes Kennedy, one of the highest offu citls of the Knights of Pythias order and the author of Kennedy's "Pyth- is dead here, from heart disease. He clowly associated lor with Justice H. founder of the order. Years of Experience in the V A E N E T N E T A V N E business compels our de- cision in favor- of Raphael Tick Coeds Exclasively See our North Window for gems of art in this line I. Htt P, 8. McArthnr'. Wall are the bett MALTING COMPANY; Ltd HEALTH AND, MARRIAGE. ;Harrisburg, Feb. the bills introduced in the Pennsyl- vania Legislature today was one which provides lhat all ..applicants for marriage licenses must present certificates snowing that they are riot afflicted with or other diseases. HOMELIKE AND COZY 'this restaurant is assuredly.' You can bring your you have if you have have "all, the comforts of without its inconveniences of selecting, preparing, cooking and serving food. Costs lit- tie more, if any, and is Just as good. letttridge toilIB' Meets 1st ar_d Uru inK.ofP Hull o'clock. HAM ILTON SL YOU %and Surveyors. Room 4, Whitney Block. ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTORS F. B. Room 9, Wliitney Block. JAS. A; Macdonald Redpath Street, Lethbridge Alta; f. W. M. DOpp-rAichitect, Calgary aixd LethbridgeL Specialist in Fireproof- ing, sanitation, heating and ventila- tion; Ernest E. Carver, M.B.A.A., M.R.A., A4J.C., Etc., Manager Lethbriage .Office, Bryan Block. Coal, Ice and j PRAYING We stern Transfer Co. LONG Office opposite Balmoral PH ONE ea THE THREE MYLAHOt vaudeville feature with the Stock Co. .They open a wwk's en- Yemeni at the Lyotum Theatre in Harum" Monday, Feb. 8. TO THE PUBLIC have..tought out tho. Transfer Co. Draying t, and arc prepared to execute all orders for I PRAYING promptly satisfactorily. Goftl delivered promptly. on delivery. Phone 70 ONkt (n retiiren ;ire invited.' ASHCROFT, W.P. 4-iy GUS NEIDIG, W.S. LETHBRIOGE LOUijt NO. 3b C. B. P 0. E. Meets on the second and fourth Tuts- j day of each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. SB ARM A iV. M. ShlEBI E. R. _ 9ecreurj BROAD WATTS-Builders and Contractors. Estimates free. Re- pairs and alterationi at aborteat notice. Stair work a specialty. Leth. .bridge, .Alta. 19.36 W! R. house- hold furniture. All classes of signs paiuted. Carriage painterl House, painter. Paper hanger. Wood finisher, etc. Phone. 124. 25 Argyle AVe. EDUCATIONAL THE LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRIT- I E. McGregor, F.I.P.8. Principal. Government and Public Stenographer. All classes oi type- writing work undertaken. LODGE PRIDE Of ALBERTA, No. 793, kn if feufit Sodct! Meets' in the Hall ivery first and third Wednesday n the month at 8 p.m. For full particulars apply 7. Fred T. W. Praideot. Sec., Box 57. Canada Western Chmrtered Corporation Ltd. Cnpitul Financial AgenU. Fifcal Agents Brokers. "for Royal CtHIcrfes LM All Standard Slocks Haadkd HCAO OFFICE-VICTORIA. B. c. .F. i A.M., O.R.A. Lethbridfe Lodge Keyular meeting nifht. the third: Thursday of each month in the Masonic P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting receive a heart? welcome: A Mewer, O. Btwkey, Secretary, P. 0. Box BIT.