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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Daily fttatod by the Daily Herald Priatiuc Co.. Ltd.. every lawful awning at Hi oflee, Bound 81.. Leth bridge, iltfU. W. A. BUCHANAN. Manafint Oi- end Edlter. Retat Dally, QSM year, delivered..... Daily, dz month, delivered, Daily, three montbi. delivered. Daily. month, delivered 2.BB 1.60 .81 ALilftTA. TUWOAV, PtBftUAftY I. territory about 4C cent. than that of the two in the The Herald must remember there was the same blockade at th'srele- vuiors before the act, with provis- ion allowing farmers the same ship- ping privileges as the elevators, canif; into force. The blockade at the ele- vators last year was due to the in- ability of the elevators to get cars and there is no guarantee that con. ditions would have been different if all the cars available had been given to the elevators and all the grain had been sold to the elevators. It is al- most certain that the blockade would! Daily, one" year, by mail 3.11 Dally, tix months, by mail i.TJjhave occurred even under such Daily, three by mail .16 cumstances '2l both new and old address tablished a case against the act, rath. er they have proven themselves guilty for at points on the C. E. between THE VOTE OF THANKS PEST Down east the newspapers are I they have not increased their eleva- spending the dull winter months agi- tor capacity to any marked extent WAS IN BED FOR THREE MONTHS, PEOPLE SAID SHE HAD CONSUMPTION. fewd how T. G. Back, Bmtwbrtdgv, Got, wac cund (and alao her little boy) ov the UK of Pr. Wood's Norway Pine She writM: "I thought I would write and let you know the benefit I have re- ceive 1 through UM of your Dr. Norway Syrup. A few yean ago I f sort be tating for reforms. One paper the Chatham Banner thinks it is time the vote of thanks i though the grain production area has doubled and trebled. Left last year with the elevators as the only med- ium to dispose of the grain the farm- habit at the close of lectures and er? would have been in a fifty such like affairs should be abandon- ed. What the Banner has to say on this subject meets our appro- val and we are sure every person who has' been put to sleep at a late hour with a wordy and wandering vote of thanks will agree that it is per cent, worse condition. The elevators would have had to face a car short- age and consequently been placed in a position compelling them w turn away the farmers with their grain. The fanner on the other hand would have had to wait and wait before he y troubled With my peoplu I had ConumptioQ and that I would not live through, the Fill 1 had two doc- tors attending me and they were very mud) alarmed about me, I was in beet throe months and whoa I got up I could sot had to go on and for three weeks, and my seemed of uo use to mo. 1 gave up all of evet getiiijjj better when I happened to see m Almanac that Korway Pine Syrup WM good for weak .T thought I would try a bottle and by the timel had used it I was a lot better, to got more and it made a complete cue. My little boy also troubled .with weak lungs ana it cared htm. I keep it in the house all the time and would aot be with- out it for anything." Price 25 cents at all Beware of imitations of Dr. Norway Pine Syrtip. Ask for it and insist on getting in a yellow wrapper Cluctt Shirts and Hawe's Hats New Spring Styles Received Todav The Bentley Co, Ltd, fffcstali iri Will You Owe it to yootelf to try OUR CAFE Before, you arrange to get meali regularly any place N. Chow Sam Co. SHORT ORDERS AT All HOURS 50 HEAD OF Heavy Mares and Geldings a9 Ti W Sm it Cily Market YOUNG Sale Stables Wood St. PROFESSIONAL CARDS MEDICAL the original. Put up in and three pine trew the time that aged practice was buried sell. As it vras the grain grow, and forgotten. er always had an equal opportunity with the elevator man to get rid of his grain. The loading platform was The Banner's argument is as fol- lows: _ there and he could load his crainl Take an evening gathering with a i satidn act and the Eight hour day, are worth a fair trial. Once they are given a fair trial we believe these measures will commend themselves to not only the working classes but to all fair minded citizens. prominent speaker present. His garnished possibly with little t this benencient feature of and ship and get the price prevail- One thousand dollars worth of jewels were left on a Detroit man's dooi'step. That's better than a chunk of dynamite. the act where would the farmer be? Back in his old pace at the mercy of the elevator people, compelled The Winnipeg Tribune publishes a cept their prices and to sell his grain i report that the Grain Growers Co., ocJy when the elevator had accommo-jand T. Eaton Co. may unite to han- it-emis of song and music, fill in the evening up to 10.45. The audience have been entertained, and if the speaker is eloquent, his remarks have been received with favor. The speaker sits down. The audience is ready Tr- to'- go home, with the subject- fresh I Vr m -v j die the grain of the West. This in their minds L m an ad-1 would mean that the farmers would v belore the ?ram growers con-lbe paid for their grain with orders And then comes the prominent citi-} ference at Calgary last week said: j on the T. Eaton Co. for that big con- zen with his vote of thanks, moved in a' tedious speech of fifteen minutes and seconded by another prominent citizen in a speech possibly longer and if possible more tedious. After which the chairman puts the motion, it is, of- co-urse, carried, and the original- speaker has another say, and the audience goes home at 11 o'clock exasperated instead of inspired, or 1 motives at the root of these sugges else inspired with a wild-eyed longing to join ihe first Anti Vote of Thanks league, no matter what the member. "The farmers of Alberta should be j cern would never go into a deal of very careful before they consent in that sort unless it got the big end of any measure whatever to any abro- it. gation of the grain act, which has! been found so beneficial to the If the women of B. C. are given -a toba and Saskatchewan farmers, and vote it will be harder than ever to they should likewise scrutinize very oust that popular ladies man, Bich- closely the source from which such I ard McBride. an agitation arises, analyzing the We have a splendid assortment of Ladies', Children1! and Man's Fine Shoes. Our Workmgmen's Shoes are in great demand. Our pricts are the lowest. F. German Between8 Sage's and Roy'g Fresh Oysters At the Alberta Restaurant Sho) t Orders at all Hours Oliver Block Phone 228 lj.STiiajNc.il AND DISTRICT i: City Property, Business J Sites, Farm Lands, and t Coal Lands REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ._____ R.A.Davis I SUrfing Alta; DR. W. 8. QALBRAITH-Phyaician, Surgeon, Accoucher. 9 2-5; p.m. Office 914 Bed- path St. Phone 53. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEANE -Redpath Street. Hours-Before a.m., 2A 7-8. OR. A. and rooj.-s. Stafford Block. Office Hours-ti- IS, 1.3, 7-8.30. Phone night and day 277. DR. J. E. LOVE Surgeon, Accoucher, Oddfellows' Block. 9 a.m., 11 to 1, 3 to 5, 7 to 8. Phone, day and nighi, 342, A. TAYLOR, M.D., C.M.-Special- ist, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Stafford Block, Lethbridge, Alta. Office a.m., 2-5 p.m 7-8 p.m. DENTISTRY Coal, Ice and MAYING! Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral RH ONE 63 i; Hayr Transfer Co. Leave your Orders for tions. Two newspapers proved to be too many for Camrose and the renowned Let me repeat that the conditions Capt. Thomas has" pulled up the ior shipment m the West are precise-i stakes of the Mail. The Mail kept T- ,_ the same as they are for the East j the Capt. in the lira'elirfit durinz Usually visiting; speaker is paid (to all the essential details. The nej its short career. for his services. In that case, the .vote of thanks is superfluous. If lie is not paid, the vote of thanks is un- necessary, anyway in fact, it usually does harm, since it serves to Tiripe out the; clear impression which would linger were the audience" to be set free the moment the last word was said. MANITOBA GRAIN ACT The Manitoba Grain Act was fram- ed and adopted after a commission had travelled-through Western Gan- ada to ascertain the desires and re- quirements of the people in this, the greatest-grain- growing section of the Dominion. commission took the evidence of buyers and farmers and when the act was framed it was fe that the immediate needs of the We had been faithfully met. One of the features of this act the clauses providing for the expe ditious shipment of grain. Ca shortages: had been complained and "evidence was offered to sno th'ai elevators were frequently fille and fanners had no recourse whe they could not- sell to the elevato men but to go back to their farm with their grain. This was a loss money and time, in fact it was hardship. But-the farmers even when they -could sell to the elevators com plained that they' had to take th elevator's price, no matter what i might be as -they had no safe an certain.method ol disposing of their grain directly. The Manitoba Grain Act aimed :t while the women dip snuff in TTAXAAV 31J.U44. Ill placing the entire grain business io_ ecstatic silence and the men slap their 'control of a monotony. He certainly i intervals. Jeff is doing ___.. __. hitr ot. no cannot and he would be very foolish to accept the proposed amendments to the act until he is perfectly fied that his interests are not to be jeopardized. OUR POINT OF VIEW Lethbridge should give Hon. Chas. M. Webster a hearty reception on his appearance here on Friday night. He is a distinguished citizen of Mon- tana and we should show our appre- ciation of his Visit by turning out in large numbers to the Lincoln cele- bration. The Mine Workers believe the la. bor legislation passed by the Liber-i als, the Lemieux Act, the Compen-j Years of Experience in the V E A N L I E T N E T A V N E basinew compels car de- ciiion in favor of Ripbd Tick Gods Exchwrely See our North Window tor gems of art in this line I. IK P. Wall best big things at Washington, as the mountain oracles always said he would. This was .easier in Washing- ton than in Arkansas, other bad men prevail ancl sometimes break walking sticks and hotel chairs and other things over his devoted head. Events were going all his way on Tuesday at the Capitol. Even Davis' loyal Tjacker, Senator Johnston, of to be laughing at something 'else" in some other place, and he ranted at the Stock .and Cot- ton Exchanges .in a bleak and unin- Jiabited chamber, with'none'-'to make him afraid, while, his burning guage was taken down, red hot from the griddle, for subsequent diftribu. tion in the piney woods of Arkansas. A great-moment for Jeff Davis, a great day for all his Tcind, he had the Octopus -bleeding and dis- membered beneath -his victorious boots and gambling "palace tottering to ruirt .about him. ISTbt an alarmist is Jeff of the Ozarks. ;.Far "from It. Calin perches on his unrufflea brow, tranquillity and fearlessness have marked him their bwhJ His esrlier apprehension, Rule 2 of tbe Senate, has long been dissipated; thie wickiBd men are all behirid him, far behind iri distant Arkansas; the hellions and of Wall street an- swer the'y heard of (Jzirk Jeff let'down his luxuriant back hair; pulled up his defiant "pants" and turned loose up- on the vacant: Senate vchairg: "and the sparsely populated .galleries a veri. table flood of language that ought to fill the provinces: ;at; home with rap- ture when they get it by muleback or TO THE PUBLIC i We have bought.. put the Star Transfer Go. Draying outfit, and are prepared ta_ execnte all orders for J J URAYIWG promptly satisfactorily. Coal ddtivered promptly. Cath on delivery: J. S. ILPittem Phone 70 In NtdMa ft Gbw'i .etc. AT- Store PBOMPT ATTENTION PHONE 180 0. J. COURTICE- Dentist. -Graduate of Northwestern Universi- ty, Chicago, 111. Office 1-5. Rooms 11 and-12, Macdonald Block. UNDERTAKING f 80N-Puneral Directors St. u' ra> t Lethbridge, Alta. Office and Resi 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. MR. EARNEST F. LAYTON-Violin- ist, Pupil of Geo. Wilbey, London; Eng., and of Frank E. Blachford! Toronto, is open for a limited numl ber of pupils. Also for concerts, At Homes, banquets, etc. Terms oi> application. Phone 212. Everything in season served tastily at The QMllile iestairaiit Goctidale Block MR. ALBERT ELY-Pupil of Dr Briggs, M.A., Song Singing and Voice Cult-ore; Pupil Of Chas 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. Shall we have another inundation? Why not? There, is .no reason wty Sen- ator Davis should not howl again, some day -when the other Senators are busy, when the have nothing else to do and news- paper men are. vijgilantly eating pie ihe restaurant. Nobody in Washington wants 4o shoot at him, and the Public Printing Office stands wide open for the handling of Such stuff.' ,-'v General Teaming If ypxi naye-any temniing J of any.kind to do ring me PHONE 201. Your -wants will be satisfactorily _attended to. Goal must be for on delivery. TAYLOR JOHANNES H. MACMILLIAN-Pu- ml- of Henri Verbruggeni of Borne Italy; Carl Simins, of Berlin, Ger- many. High Class Scotch music a specialty. Open for recitals, ban- quets, concerts, etc. JFbr terms ap ply. Boyal CoUieries, Lethbridge THF? HERALD IS AN ADVERTIS- MEDIOM OF- MERIT. LEGAL L. M. JOHNSTONE-Barrister and Solicitor. Office adjoining Union Bank, Lethbridge. W: C. SI M Barris- ter, etc. C-ffice: Southard Block! TO RENT-in Shepard Block, I front office. 3: roomed flat with mission oak private bathroora iteam heated, hot and 'water. 'T '.'r" CAFITAl, iti 680 Wmim fire Iraruce Is now offering for saite the ON THH MARKET lib Mt if tte WnH tn M itintsMirM fHOII A EAGM TERMS EAS5Y JL ifd 6 1J moDtht HOMELIKE AND COZY this restaurant is assuredly. You can bring your wife and you .have if you have have "all the comforts of without its inconveniences of selecting, purchasing, preparing, and {ierving food. Ue more, if any, and is just CONYBEARE JQNES--C. F. P. Conybeare, K.C., B. Morton Jones, B.C.L. Barristers; solicitors, etc. Offices: Conybeare Block, tsthbridge, Alberta. SURVEYING HAMILTONi and 'Surveyors. Room 4, Whitney ARCH LTECTS AND CONTRACTORS F. B- Room 9, Whitney Block. liJ Meets IBI afcd 3rd Monday F Hall afc'> o'clock. JAS. A. MACDONALD-Architect, Macdpnald Block, Bedpath: Street, i Lethbridge Alta. W. M. Calgary and Le'thbrldge.'-' Specialist in i'. ing, sanitation, heating and ventila- tion. Etc., Manager Lethbridge Office, Bryan Block. brethren are cordially invited, AtHCROFT, W.P. 24-ly QU8 NEIDIQ, W.S. I have 4 choice tions of raw land that I will sell at per acre, ?1.50 an acre down and the bal- ance crop payment. I offer this for the ne xt 10 days. and build- Estimates cheerfully-given; Be- alterations executed at the shortest .notice. Lethbridge, W. house- hold Jurniture. All classei' of signa painted. Carriage 'painter. House painter. Paper hanger: finisher, etc. Phone 35 Argyle EDUCATIONAL LCTHBRIOOE COlM.iv NO. C. B. O, I. Meets on th? second and fourth day of each month 8.15 E. A. BHARIf AN, M. THE SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRIT- INQ-iJ. JB. FIP8. Principal. Goremnent and Public Stenographer; All classes of type- writing work- undeitakes. CorpomHoA Capital IStXMXX) Financial AgeoU. Broken. for LOOOE PRIDE Of ALBERTA, Ht, m, if ksft MMts in the OddMllowfl every first and OjiM in the month at 8 p ni. For rticalais apply W, 1. Wsxk, Fnd T. W FjNftMMM. Box fall LM All HiAO OTFICi-VIOTOUlA, B. C. .r. 4 A.M., Q.R.A. Lodge Regular roeeiing nifht, the third Thursdajr ol month in the Masonic Hall, P. O. Block, S p.m. Viiitiof brethren will al. a A. C. WM, 0. P. O. Bex U7. ;