Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
u ALiitJITA; WtftMJiPAV would telltheui lomething of the part ot the.. Associated .of Trader held Alter the Cosiventiou ad- journed uu Wednesday morning, we out on the ttrect in frbiit of the off tee of the Lethbridge Daily photographer said, "Look .ve did, >ou know the rest and now we are resuming our natural t Promptly it 2 p.m. rigs drawn tip in front of the Let h bridge Hotel and -the 'delegates were invited to take a drive. Mayor Henderson and Wil- liam (Hivcr piloted the. way. We were pleated., to see our own presi- dent, Woolf amply tilling up all space iu that front of the first carriage with the Mayor and Oliver. vThen first place' of, interest to, visit raa the City Power House, located on river 'bottom about two miles from the centre of the city. Large up-to-date centrifugal pumps are engaged in distributing this temperance liquid refreshment through the water mains the. reserve being forced' into a .large perpendicular plant standing near the Police Barracks. power for the running of the furnish- ed by the Electric Company at a ooat of ;f 400.00 per -month 'to the city. Power is fully t f 7 equipped with machinery, every piece of which in carefully duplicated -in eaae of- accident: The one-, distinctive feature of this Power -House was the neat, cleanly and tidy appearance which it 'presented.- Everything seemed to be in perfect order; a for everything ,and everything in its 'place and as free from dirt or rubbish an the parlor of ji well-order- household. From the Power House we drove down the, river site of the great high level bridge now in course of construction." Standing on the river bottom and gazing from bank to a distance of over one mile, with an aggregate height of hundred' and fifty feet, is forced throw up his hands -and exclaim. ''This is too utterly big for me to tackle -from thijj lowly station." To better impress, if possible magnitude of this great undertaking, suppose that we have a bridge commencing on the crown of -the hill back of 'Aunt Zina's brick house and extending to the 'residence of Presi- "dent Wood, you- then' get a fair idea of ita As to its Ju ight Let ua 9upcwc-wev't had about 13 'Court Hou8eVspiled on each other. You then 'get.ia, faiht .ofMh'fe height. 'to over one million dollars and ill -Krone of, the largest bridges in the great cement piera axe in and -the graders are at work on tKeT west 'bank. v Leaving' the -bridge site won let., and awe -than facts, figures or ability to ,we rpas.sed from the to "-the city and across the railway, linos to, the Lethbridge Woolle'n Factory. This factory represents "an investment of It is located in "a commodious brick building. Through the courtesy "of 'the manager we were shown through the entin- building and all the details of the work care- fully explained. First, %e started in at) the ''.carding- room and watched the operations Vbf the human mechanical that has supplanted mothers two of the various standard breeds, etc., did much to impress the points of the" "lecture. If there was one impression more lasting than' it should be the value of well-bred rather than -scrub poultry in every case. Next in -importance came the nccesity for careful selection of the strain in any b'reed chosen, so as to advance along thek chosen line, either of egg pro- duction or meat production. Mr. Foley paid a visit while here to the poultry ranch of Messrs Jas. and Sam Anderson near the Harker Allen he wag -enthusiastic in his. praises of the good work being done .by these gentlemen in their chosen business. His words were backed up by placing an order, for 200 eggs from this -spring's product of the 'Anderson Brother's fine WThite Wyandotte9.r_ It is certainly regretablc that no more' of our farming population took advantage of this opportunity to bet- ter themselves along a very important line of farm Work. Beside the Anderson Kros., there were present .Kr. J. P. Low of Buff Orpington fame and Mr. E. N. Bark- our bent -judge of poultry in South Alberta one whose services are in demand from Vancouver to New is a local mun of whom we are proud. Sunday Evtning Lecture (By Rev. Mr. Few larger audiences have assembled in our hall for any kind of entertainment than greeted above mentioned gentleman last Sunday evening. His subject WM "The Life of with views depicting the chief events in the wonderful narra- tive of our Lord's sojourn on earth. Trait DUtriet a very complimentary reference to the attitude of the people of Card- ston and district toward the question of the sale of intoxicating liquors. The speaker stated that he was high- ly gratified to find so large and with- al such an up-to-date The Ca- hoon and not a drop of liquor sold on the premises. It certainly was a credit to town and people and he hoped thai this great new province would yet arise to the opportunity of beaefittinf ita inhabitanta by cur- tailinf the drink evil. For some ninety minutes -the speak- er held his audience in rapt attention as portrayed the ever engaging story of the life of Christ. The lecture WM'. given under the auspices of the. "Young Men's Mutual Improvement association of Card- and farmers'especi- ally' should take more trouble and spend, more money to advance their own interests.' i -L Owiuf to the lack of time for mak- ing ready for so long a trip Mr. Mar- tin Wooli withdrew as delegate to Otawa .upon transportation matters, and his worship, Spencer, de- parted for Ottawa on Saturday last. His many friends will regret to learn of the illness of Jno. W. M.P.P., -whose 'return to hih j horn? from. F-dmonton was necesitated by a severe attack of neuralgia. CAKE.OF UMIJHELLA Silk should unwrapp- ed when not in use. ed up the silk cuts "in the folds in a .short time. litHrlsje brpet feitiii Hi HMNDeuiif Co, in urn tt. Removal f i lirT Notice "We now located two doors south of Bauk of Commerce and are pre- pared to do all kinds of Tailoring Also both Ladies' and Gentle- men's Garments Goods called for and delivered A. Mutton i Phone 265 HIIIM Mill H-R-H-K WATCHES, JEWELRY, Etc. I I main- spring, netda cleaning, brok- en parts or 'any thing else matter; i JEWELRY Rings need soldering, stones altering size or made larger. Brooches, chains, pins or anything-else in the jewelry lines need repairing! REPAIRING A SPECIALTY C. Ross Tate The Sign of the Watch Ford St, near City Hall Five to six crops of alfalfa annually. Climate which has Bade state tamoar 'Plenty of cheap water for irriga- No cyclones, no bliuakU, no droughts. Contiunoos r Richest soil in state, aad hosM of divefiiftfd fanning. Oranges ripen frosVfrmr so sir weeks eariier than in other parts of the stale. CUrchea, tdexraphs, telephones and good schools. Electric interortmn cars with the from Feather Kiver, tbe third a im the state. Anaoal rwBfall 30 incWs. 3tt) sunshine every year. scenery; good konting and'fine fahing. A good place to lire and a svre pUce to make moocy in. Write or rail on H W. FtlEUNG, M tpt M b. .f MM For Information and Literature Aftats A hearty vote of thanks was ten- dered the speaker upon motion of Pres. Edw. J. Wood. On the 7th inst. the Farmers' us iwciation will give a grand ball in Cardaton for .the of their or- nixation. All should sapport this H I i 11 i I i i i i-H-H-H H-H iiHIiitiMllilliiiiii Opportunities Neglected are Lost LQSE 16.roomed house, centrally located. down secures same, balance ensy. 5 roomed cottogo and 2 lots Burtlett Street, cash. A snap at this Post Office Block Pbdoi iMHl lillMll r-r_ UOWn to the cellar and get f some coal. is no coal mamma. go down to Fred Oow's store snd order some. coal at once. do it. My are worn out. ._..-. a pair at the same time. T. cunon i or4eri at F. Cow's I. PHONE TO P.O. BOX 121 The Ha Mm] iirid IrrigBtlon Ccinpany Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lots Kortf! of fe Hailroad and West of Mminster Ri FROM 1 EACH Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each PAQ1V One-third cash, one-third 0 X I nmn lm balance 12 months. Interest 6 cent, per annum Uherti bHiny ami Ci. (M iltj. WALSH PEEBLES Brick Building, North- East Presbyerian Church ROOFING CORNICE WORK SKYLIGHTS FURNACE WORK A SPECIALTY ALL RINDS of TIN IRON WOFJt NOTICE TUE. that ail persons hinted to the late partnersliip a? Hick 8 lately are reprad to pa) their farttiiitli to FrEil Kiel! in and all persons clalias against tta said fing of Hick S ire rejiirei to present the sain to the sail FreJIkk tor papznt Dated at letliljriiigi tts 1st la; of Febfuai1} LD. IS RED m LH. ma' i Pioneer Coal IS ON THE MARKET All Orders Strictly" Attended to :_ Cash Must be Paid on Delivery JAMES Prop. SYNOPSIS OF GOA ULATIONS KtG- IronWorks Company GctMrml Blackssiitis, Boiler Joltore ALBEtTA LTTHBtlDOt write n for OB Cart, Ite fisitJng Season j Easlon is ready to meet the. wants of families and ton- f need Trunks.Suit f Cases, Ciub and Gindstone f Bago for their holiday trips I I carry full range at prices you don't object to pay. CM Ctlttarr r, espcrt rjt, 37-0 K.G. OAR BUTT, UM (or Wrjt i W -AC PROFESSIONAL CARDS MeCLURE 4t ITEWART, 8 Oruce Hours; Va.ia. 12n.; 1 p.m. to Sp.m, HAMILTON 4 YOUNG Engineers and Surveyors Higmbotham Block, W.8.QALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. MeQill Physician, Surgeon Oflice 914 Redpath St. 'Phone 53 9a.m., fc-3. 7-8r p.m. C.F.P.Conybeare, K.C., D.C.L., B. Morton B. C. L. CONYBEARE JONES Barristers, Solicitors, Etc. Office: Conybeare Block. Lethbridge, Alta. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. Office: Southard Block. v Money to Lend on Town and Farm 3 Property. B. C. MOORE Funeral Director and to Presbyterian Church. Office Phone 102. Residence 196. CONTRACTORS CARRUTHERS, JONES SCOTT, Plasterers and Bricklayers 'All kinds of Cementing done. Con- tracts taken for Building or Repair- ing. Alta. F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT. Room 9 Whitney Block. Daily Herald Market Place Wsea yn kate aaythisf to sr rent plscc it to tab II wast aaytktof thte colsW 25c iwfaHertiM 6 iwcrtisas fsr II BOARD AND ROOM BOARD AND ROOM can be given to two respectable Apply to E. Oxland, Bompas HELP WANTED young girl to asaiet in taking care of baby. Apply Mrs. McKeowri, Baroness Road west of P. L. Naismith. 45.3 SERVANT WANTED SERVANT WANTED-A good gen- eral servant wanted at once. Apply to Mrs. J. E. Lethbridge, Redpath street. WANTED .DRILLING OUTFIT, required to operate iu Section 16, Township H 24, W. Apply P. 0. Box 332 Lcth- Coal mining rights of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta. the Yukon Tertrtpry, the North-West Tori tones and British Columbia, may bd leased for ,1 term of twenty-one years at, an annual rental of an acre. Not, more than acres will be leased to one applicant. Aplication for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the dis- trict in which the rights applied for ire situated. In surveying territory the land must be described by sections, or le- subdivisions of sections, and in insurvoyed tcrritrrj- the tract appli- xl for shall be staked out. Each application must be accom- panied by a fee of 55, -will be refunded if the rights applied for arc not available but not otherwise. A royally shall "be paid on the. mer- chantable output of the mine at the rate of five cents per ton. Evtt-y lessee of coal mining rights which nre not being operated shall furnish' the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with n sworn stntenu-nt to thnt offset nt least once in each year. The lonse will include the coal mining rights only, but the lesee nmy be permitted to purchase whatever ivailable surface rights may be con- iOr tnc worsing 01 the at thr> rate of 510 an acre. For full information application should be'! made to the Secretary of the Dopaftment of the Tntorior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agont. of j Dominion Lands. W.W.CORY, Deputy Minister or the Interior. Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for, CLERK WANTED A BRIGHT INTELLIGENT NIGHT CLERK wanted at once. A micldleaged man preferred. Apply .Vindsor Hotel. _-. WANTED Ap- ply to Mrs. P. L. Naismith. 43-tf S ITU ATI ON_ WANTED A situation as teamster or in ware- house, experienced man. Apply Box Z., c-6'Lothbridgv ITer- altl, Alta. -12-fl TO LET Well furnished room, suitable for one or two men of good habits. Ap- ply Bompas Street, No. 803. 42-6 DAILY HERALD 35c PER MONTH For the second time the ]jibor un- ions of ing the. acceptance of a Carnefie li- brary. At a meeting of the city coun- cil recently n communication waa, road from the Gray's Harbor Trades and Labor Counc-ii entering a vigor- ous protest agiiifisl the proposed Car- negie library, and stating that the unions themselves arc now raising money to build a library. Medical Journal: Child labor means' two eviKs, undevelopment and illiter- acy. That children should be sacri- ficed for the support of adulta, no mat is reTcnmi ot the IAW ot nature. Child labor is the est form of race suicide.