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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Daily Herald ALMNTA. MONDAY, I, ty to Bwsld Printing Ltd.. lawful eTeuinf at otto, Bound St., Letbbridre. A. BUCHANAN, Di- Editor. OM year, delivered Daily. month, delivered, Daily, three delivered.. l.CC Daily, month, delivered .36 Caily. year, by mail 3.M Duly, fix months, by mail 1.75 Daily, three months, by mail .Ifi Weekly Herald, one year 1.50 changed aa often ae de- but both new end old address Tauat be SUN 1QIO HOME Orrice i LONDON. EINGLAND C. B. BOWMAN. LETHBRIDGE, AGENT. members to be elected by the whole constituency. In that way It thinks the population would be properly represented and the possibility of a Socialist being returned avoided. It is hardly likely that the government will introduce such a system in the rural constituencies, at any rate. The position E. N. Barker is tak- OUR LETTER BOX. ing at Edmonton is that of associate GOOD THING FOR CLARESHOLM The purchase of the Claresholm Ke- view by T. W. Quivyle, news editor of the Calgary brings into the I' journalistic sphere of Southern Ai-jJ berta, one ot the best equipped news- paper men in Western Canada. Prac- tically all his life has been speni in editor of the Alberta Homestead, a very creditable agricultural paper. Mr. Barker will fill the bill all right. newspaper work and prior to com- ing to Calgary he was news editor of the Ottawa Citizen. Mr. Quayle is going to a good town and he will produce a news- paper that, will be certain to keep Glaresho.bn in the public eye all the PRAISE AND PUDDING From the Western School Journal We are thankful for words of praise. but pudding, as well as praise, is essential to the well being of every human being here below. Beware of Imitations (From the Kiowa Review.) The Greaser peddling tamales on the street has no connection whatever time. Claresholm is plenty large with Louis the Cuban tamala man. enough to give support, to a modern j and' enterprising weekly and as that j will be the sort of a paper Quayle will present to his. subscribers we .hope .that tlfc 'people of the thriving wheat town will get behind him" and give him every encouragement and support. A newspaper is the index to a town. If it is bright and newsy, it is a certain indication that the town is wide awaka lively place. The Rightful User did you discharge your chaffeur? jur uuBuieiurr persisted in taking hi friends out when the cook wanted th auto. FAITH IN THIS DISTRICT The A. C. Bohrnstedt Co. Is mak its headquarters for the fanning -holm will occupy a. bigger place on the' map. than ever it did, when Mr. Quayle arid his newspaper get go- ing. DO LIKEWISE HERE In High River they believe in en- forcing the town by-laws. The other day .a citizen ..of that town was fined three dollars, and costs for throwing waste paper on the .streets. should, make aa example of citizens who sin in a like manner. Hardly a day passes that one does not see paper blowing about the streets and accumulating on vacant lots .and making the city look dirty and untidy. Merchants should have the carters remove their waste paper to the nuisance ground and there should be boxes at certain corners for persons to. .throw their news. paper wrappers and other bits .of" pa- Clares- i operations of the company at Stir Mr. L. E. Townsend. who has been, superintendent for the We] is Land and Cattle Co.'s large farm will be superintendent for the A. C. Bohrnstedt Co. The Company has purchased the section and a half ad- joining the Wells Sidine Farm, and will erect upon it at once buildings worth will fence the land, put in. fall wheat, about 400 acres this year. The intention is to use this farm as a demonstrating farm, and the highest class farminjr as it is pos- sible to do will be done The Companv has also formed what is known as the Co-Operative Wheat Ranch Co., a stock company with capital, which will operate che acres south of Raymond. Mr. -Townsend will also superintend this farm .as well as other farms which the company may secure or sell to its customers. The A. C. Bohmsted'c Co. arc the originators in not only looking- after the farm, end for their customers, but Mr. Bohrnstedt eoes on the theory that the customer should not only be CIVIC AFFAIRS Editor Daily Herald: the election of Aldermen for this year the ratepayers have watched keenly tneir official acts and to say that dissatisfaction exists is putting it mildly. About the only live issue before the people at election time was the saiary question. The ratepayers expressed their views of this question in a most significant manner by electing King. It j is nothing to Kind's discredit to say that he is not an educated man nor was he known to have auy sptxrial qualifications which would lit him for Alderruanic' duties. That he was sent to the Council for one reason is ap- parent to everyone ati 1 Uwt reason his stand on the salary question. The Council of 190S were "sptaulers" On the salary question" they did not apply the simple rules used in conducting their own business. If Treasurer Robinson was to be em- j ployed by any member of the 1908; Council or in fact any business manj of the city they would not for a min- ute consider a salary larger than S1200, and why should book-keepers are easily obtained at S100 a month. The present treasur- er is not even fl jjood bookkeeper as a firm of accountants had to be em- ployed at a cost of SSOO to instruct him how to "conduct his books and to audit them. As for the City Solici- i tor, no more absurd act by a coun-! cil is on record of 5200 more than was asked for or ever The City Engineer's post is worth 52.500 a year if he can do the city work required but not if we have to payS200 a day to a Winnipeg man to come here and tell us to move the, electric light olaut to the river bottom; or some other extravagant, unneces- sary scheme. It is putting it mildly Cluett Shirts and Hawe's Hats New Spring Styles Received Today The Bentley Co. ltd. Vfctaale and Retail Phone ij Yon Owe it to youself to OUR: CAFE Before you arrange to get regularly any place Chow Sam Co. SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURS RODGERS A YOUNG PROFESSIONAL CARDS to say that the ratepayers are disgust ed with many of the present coun- cil and steps should be taken to im- press the Aldermen with the views of the people. The ratepayers should not be satisfied to discuss these mat- ters among themselves. They should persistently "go after" the Aldermen and also give publicity to their views the newspapers. If any Alderman thinks for a mo- ment he is satisfying- the ratepayers et him discuss the matter with any Fresh Oysters At tile Alberta Restaurant i Shot Orders at all Hours Oliver Block Phone 228 We have a splendid assortment of Ladies', Children's and Men'i Fine Shaes. Our Workingmen's Shoes are. in great demand. Our prices are -the lowest. F. W J Coal, Ice and Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral The Shoeman Between Sage's and Roy's justness man and he will very quickly be set right. to throw on the streets. %fvr not OZLlv Oc per that they are at present inclined solci but that he should reap some of the benegfcs which will be derived from farming Suanv Sou- thern. Alberta lands. Any one who has looked into the matter closely will see that the great- er ore-fit of an investment in Sunny Southern is upon the raisin- of crops and not from the i value of the land, although not a small item. The fact that this company is into the wort so extensively oe A bur heto to our community. STRONG SENSATIONAL FEATURES fn physical culture.will make at play house; The male the team is .the. finest specimen of what physical culture will do irTthe of develop muscles He positions and has done lun- They introduce Babv June 1. youngest exponent of physical culture that is in the businesS this youne- REFORMER AND HIS RECORD The first motion introduced by the Opposition, at Ottawa, was on the -subject: of. tenders, and Dr. Eeid, of Grenville was primarily responsible for it. His contention was that ten- derB .should be opened in public in the presence of three officers of the department. As a matter of the .tenderfl opened in the pres- ..ence of two or more officials and the public are not excluded, lie evi- dence in the public accounts commit. ..year .proved that tenderers jTor .timber, often appeared and were i) eaent when tin tenders were open- The inconsistent feature of this res- OjutKux is that the mover of it 'in. Idd lieid out as an inducement 'si bJs election that he would be Min- ister of Marine in the Borden gov- .enKnent, and among other things he buy the old starch factory ,Prescottxand.add it to the Marine pre- mises there, .Nothing said about dew; but only vote for me and the -property shall be bought and the shareholders made happy. Dr. Keid before electors of GrenviUe, anil Dr. Reid talking purity and protec- tion of the public interest in ifjo House provides a modem example of i Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. The House does not, and the public cannot take Beriouriy a resolution of this charac- ter when the same is introduced by Yours truly, Observer. LADIES AND GENTS: We want to impress upon your mind that there is as much difference be- t T -j rr jtween an expert clothes cleaner and f ?t I "to 'as there is a plug and thoroughbred, and while our price is as low as anywhere, yet it is the beauty of our work that we brag about more tHan-our low price. If you want the best" in cleaning, dying, pressing'and repairing, 'try the Gity Dye Works ROUND STREET Ophite Herald Dice TELEPHONE 353 mh parents rbU- takes are in sev- strong feature of the female are a wonderfS a make Eureka. for seen at Political reputation constituency.' gives the to all his pretences of Bafeguarding the public purse. Had the promises made by Dr. Heid .dwriflg the campaign been carried cat in the event of a Conservative vic- tory, the country would have been mulcted in the expense. ,OUR POINT OF VIEW Longboat seems to be able to keep Canada's, banner flying but the first we th'c Yankee newspa. pere will be claiming him as a pro- duct of the Republic. When he loses they will pass him back to Canada in the of Tommy Burns. the United Mine Workers take the aenaible view in dealing with'the Chinese and Japs. Those who are in the country are here to stay and the miners are going to organize them so that they will get the same wages aa other workers in the and consequently not be a cheap compe- titor as. in most cases they are now. The Miners are going to utilize the Lemieux act in an effort to settle the Hillcrest trouble. That is proof that the unioni atill have some-faith in thii measure. The., Frank Paper does not want to -m the in the Crows MeM created" into one constit- 1MM7 'by the Alberta It lean; that a Socialist bt fktUd. It mffMta that the ridiac be firtu two Ward LADIES, ATTENTION I Mrs. s; Jones, Ivy Cottage, North -ard, is now ready to take orders for clothes and ladies' blouses end underwear, on the short- est notice. Box 302, .City. For Saturday and Monday Todays Magazine Counter Contains EVERYBODY'S PEOPLE'S RED BOOK PEARSON'S RAILROAD MAN'S PHYSICAL CULTURE COSMOPOLITAN APPLETON'S WINDSOR BOHEMIAN JUDGE'S LIBRARY PUCK NEW YORK PAPERS i m m rout McArthur's Wall Paper is the best, Dear wish to "address the un- known writer of Dad's Council. He states I have a against Harrv FleetwoocL I wish him to understand I hold no crudce against that man. I told him what I thought of certain actions he took in respect to my private affairs. I warned never to do it ajrain and further, 'if an application for an increase comes to the Council while I have a sej there it will have my best consider as I speak out what I have t< say, and then watch the future tions of the I would to reply to Editor o Labor World. I said in council reference to trenching done, too mwu was charged. I did not say too much waa jtiven for labor, as every should cet full pay for every day' work he does; but when ten days and eight hours work is charged for wha, anyone could do in five days objected to it, not the pa- for labor, but I confess that money is spent by the city council ajid we do not get value for each dollar spend and the whole lot of officials should give us better work for th< money we pay them. Yours faithfully David King- DISTINGUISHED ALBERTAN DIES has been received of-the sud- deir deatli in Switzerland, where he had gone for a rest, of Capt de Beaudrap, of Ghost Creek, Alberta. The deceased .was-a remarkable type of the Frenchman of the old school, being a Knight of the Legion of Hon- or, and a marquis by-birthj' His re- tirement from the French army was almost a tragedy. He was one of the four officers who in -1903 refused to obey the -order of .the French govern- ment to forcibly expel the Brothers of Pioennel from their Convent and who were thereupon. court martialed at Nantes, Before receiving the sentence which was to put an end to his mil- itary career he made an eloquent pro- test before the court- Having a large family he decided to emigrate to Can- ada. He took up a ranch ten miles from Trochu valley, Alberta, which he named after Joan of Arc. At the age of 51 he was most hopeful, having a high opinion of his -adopted coun- ;ry, when death came suddenly. He' leaves several sons and a brother who are settled in Alberta. He had many friends in Manitoba. WHEN LINCOLN DIED Bright Star Said to Have Shone at Midday TO THE PyBUC jj We have bought out the Star Transfer Co. Drayitig outfit, and are prepared to execute all orders for J! STIRLING! AND DISTRICT City Property, Business Sites, Farm Lands, -and Coal Lands REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE MEDICAL DR. W. QALBRAITH-Phyiician, Surgeon, Acooucher. fl am iW; 7.8 p.m. Office 114 Red-i path St. Phone 63. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEANC a.m., 2.3, 7.8. DR. A. McNALLY-OfnCeiuldroori Stafford Block. Office HOUW-H.' m 1-3, 7-8.30; Phone, nlghi and day DR. j. E. Surgeon, ..Accoucher; Block; .Hours-Till 9 a.m., n to 1 3 to 5. 7 to 8. Phone; day and night, 342. Ear' Nose Stafford Block, Lethbridge, Alta. Office Hours-9.30-12 a.m., 25 D m 7-8 p.m. A.Davis I l Stirling Alta. Dentist. Graduate of Northwestern Universi- ty, Chicago, 111. Office hours-9-12 J-5. Rooms 11 and 12, Macdonald' Block. Hayr Transfer Co. Leave your1 Carders for Tr--, MI Crabb 8t Md MUSIC MADAM Pi. amste, organ and voice produc- tion. Visits or receives pupils preparatory-.or advanced. Coaching for exams. Howard House, Crabb Street. PROMPT ATTENTION GIYEX PHONE iso D RAYING f 4 i promptly .ifc satisfactorily. Coal' delivered' ipromptly. Cathon delivery. J.S.Pkiflips Phone JO Office in Nelson Gow's Store T. E. PATTEH5ON. Office, Oliver Block. Phone 287. Everything in season served tastily The Coaldale -fiestayrant Coatdale BlocA MR. EARNEST F. LAYTON-Violin- ist. Pupil of Geo. Wilbey, London Engf, and of Frank E. Blachford' Toronto, is open for a limited num.! ber of pupils. Also for At Homes, banquets, Terms OD application. Phone 212. MR. ALBERT ELY-Pupfl of Dr M.A., Song "gingisg and Voice Culture. Pupil of Chas Hancoct. Esq., F.R.C.Q., LJLA M. Organ and Theory, Voice culture' pipe organ, piano, harmony, and theory, song--singing; Open foir con- certs, banquets, recitals, etc. Terms on -application. Box. 690, bridge, 1 LOTS ON Wood St. close in; Chicago, bright star at midday; while the sun was shining clear, hung visible over the city of Washington after Lincoln died, said Dr. A. Waterman, a Congre- gational minister of Elgin, who spoke before .the Cnicago Congregational Ministerial Union, in the Masonic Mr. Waterman gavs reminiscences of Lincoln, having met the President, he- said, on several occasions. I was in Washington at the time Lincoln died, he said, although I did noKsee him. The star that became visible at noon hung there like the star of Bethlehem and was the sub- ject of- much discussion. Tie news- papers took up the mystery, but. as ;ime passed the comment ceased and i the subject was forgotten. "It is aeL.1 dom spoken of now, but reference to' .he papers of that time would verify' his statement. 2 LOTS McKILLOP ABDN., NEAR Ellison Mill; f 200. 3 LOTS .ON WESTMINSTER CLOSE to school, 1 ACRE LOT CORKER OF McBETH A Bailey St., mile 'from school, ACRE OPJPOSITE-THE MACMlLUAN-Pu- 0.e.rbrureeh, of Borne, many. High Class a specialty. Open. for. recitals; ban- .quets concerts, etc. For terms ap_ Eoyal Collieries, LethbridgV LEGAL and .adjoining Union Bank, Lethbridge. W, C.- SIMMONS-AdvOcate, Barm- ter, etc. Office: Southard Block. CONYBEARE F. P. Conybeare, K.C., Morton Jones, B.C.L. -Barristers, solicitors, etc. Offices: Conybeare Block. .Lethbridge, Alberta, _ 6 BOOMED HOUSE ON TOBBANCE Cash and per month until paid for. Bents for per month. THE HERAUD IS AST ADVERTIS-' 'MEDrnM: OF MERIT. I have 4 choke sec- tions of raw land that I will sell at per acre, an acre down and the bal- ance crop payment I offer this for the next 10 days. G.1 3, .WCWIALI ttOCl R D -REWARD- The Arrow Orchards the Bum ot to uny person proving the fol- lowing statements no true: Kooteiiay Fruit Lands have produced orer worth of Fruit to the acre. The Arrow Lake within miles of Bur- tun City, Korth or South, does not require irrigation iti the driest teaton known. ft The cHoMite of the Arrow Lokc District more favorable for Fruit f any other part of B. C The shipping facilities are good. _ The good, and the of Frntt in, B.C. is to limited, compared with the market, that there is no danger of over prbdnctioc. Referemt'........Union of Caoada, Lethbridge HOWELIKE AND COZY this restaurant is assuredly. You can bring your wife "and you have il you have have "all the -comforts of without its inconveniences of selecting, preparing, cooking and serving- food: Costs lit- "tle more, if is just as good The Hub Cafe 'Meets IBI HAMILTON YOUNQ-Engineera and Surveyors. Room 4, "Whitney Block. ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTORS F. B. Boom 9 Whitney Block. in K. of P Hall at o'clock. Visiting arn iuvitetl. a. ASHCROFT, W.P. GUS.NEIDIG, W.S, JAS. A. Macdonald. Block, Bedpath Street, Lethbridge Alta. f Calgary and Lethbndge. Specialwt in Kreproofr mg, sanitation, heating and ventila- tion. Ernest E. Carver, M.B.A.A., Etc- Lethbndge Office, Bryan 3ROAO t WATTS-Builders and Contractors. Estimates free. pairs and alterations at shortest notice. Stair work a Leth- bridge, Alta. W R. houic- nold furniture. All claseea of eirns painted. Carriage painter. HOUM painter. Paper hanger. Wood finisher, etc. Phone 124. 96 Ave. no. LCTH8RIOGE C B. P. O. E, Meets on the second and fourth Tues- day of-.each- month at 8.15 p m B... .1.- 8HAR1IAN. -EDUCATIONAL THE LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRIT. INQ-J. E. -McGregor, Principal. Government and Public stenographer. All classes of type- writing, work undertakes Chartered Corporation iMMMiM LODGE PRIDE OP ALBERTA, NO. aw, sfEBiUMImfft in thf Oddtedllb every and In the month at 8 p.m. Fof apply T. W PrttUfrt. Financial AgenU. Fiica! Broken. for UMerto LM All Slaa4ar4 Stocks HtAO OrFICI-VIOTORIA. B. C A.M., Q.R.A. Lettibridfc Bcfialar mefUnf nifht. third Thurtday of month 1n the Maaonle Hall, P. p. Blook, 8 p.oi. VliiUng brethren trill aL a A, C. MMMT, W.M. Q. T. ;