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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 2 The Letlibfidge Daily Herald, Wednesday, 1910. Daily Herald I is a well deserveJ tribute to the en- ergy, ability uiid time he has devoted j to the interests of the Bo'ard. The suc- cess of the Hoard during the past year was in A very large degree due to his work as president. December, 1907. Published the Lethbridge Herald Printing Ltd., every lawful e.'en- Ing at its office, Crabi> St., Lethbridge Alberta; Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Director and Editor PHONES and News Department Circulation aud Job Departmeas. Subscript.on Rates Daily, one year, delivered Daily, six months, delivered Daily, three months, delivered 11.00 Daily, one month, delivered .....35c Daily, one year, by Daily, six mouths, by mail.......31.75 Daily, threa uicaihs, by mail.....S5e Addresses changed as often as desir ed, but both new aud old addresses must be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight pages, aud contains a summary of the world's news of the week, local aud foreign. One year, jn advance...........51.50 Six maiiu'i, in advance .........75c Three months, in advance........50c THE DAiLY HERALD L3 one sale at the following places: Cross Drug aud Book Store, J. G. Robertson Co., J. J. Johnston. Co., R. W. Ham- ilton. Pincher J. Miichel, D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie, B. B. Suddaby. Cranbrook, B. Atchison. L. Reiaecke. Grassy Tughar.. Sow F. Werts. Hotel News Stand. Also on all C. P. R. trains. milk of human kindness has soured in him his better nature has become per- verted, his eyes inverted and his whole moral being turned awry. He has lost confidence in iueus has no real re-spect for women, looks ou God as a tyrtiut and death as au escape from thrall- Fifty thousand dollars ought to go a dom. He ig too lo deirtroy himself, too abject to be honoroable, too small Intellectually to bother about parks and boulevards now that they have the ground to work on. There no use having the parks and places for tempUMe to be noticed ami too apt to the boulevards unless they are fixed up properly. Secretary McNicol delivered THE DOG NUISANCE The experience people of. Antario have -vrtth what might be called an epidemic of mad dogs is one that is likely to lead to legislation.that should have been passed years ago. The dog is the only animal of any size that is allowed by law to roam absolutely at Ms own sweet will, there being; no law to say that he shall or shall not go any particular place or under any particu- lar conditions. The provincial authori- ties have decreed that all dogs must be muzzled or chained. Naturally there is a big objection from some, es- pecially farmers, who believe a dog is useless as a cattle dog if he is muz- zled. But it is likely that the safety of the multitude will be considered more than the convenience of the few. A dog is valuable sometimes and is a good pet sometimes, but for every dog, which is one or the other, there are a dozen that are absolutely useless or worse. Of all the domesticated ani- mals in Canada there is none more de- structive than a dog and yet it is the only one that is allowed absolute free- dom. He "has his uses but not one in a hundred is kept to drive cattle, for a watch dog or for the children to play with. Dogs should not be allowed to run at large. A muzzle or a chain should accompany every dog and a re- sponsible human "being should be at the other end of the chain, it is a fit subject for legislation. goods as secretary-treasurer of the On mankind. Board of Trade, and his excellent re port was roundly applauded at the meeting last night. Regina is to have a half a million dollar station. That may be a mean: of making people stop there when are going east, but alrTue people com ing west are bound for Lethbridge Can't stop them. Oae man who taadc a small IilVesti gation as to the returns Of the census found out that he knew of six families that had not been counted, a total or about thirty people. He asked seven people in succession if they had been counted and only the last of the seven had been counted in the eleven thous and, one hundred and thirty-four. At that rate the estimate that Secretarj Robinson makes of twelve thousand people does not seem a bit too large. The aldermen need not feel other wise than complimented because they are used as an advertisement for a ci- gar. Famous men in all lines of public life get t.hat kind of free advertising. If they were Higher up on the ladder of fame, they would be honored with having themselves used for advertise- ments for cigarettes and patent medi- cines, shoe polish and chewing gum. The cigar advertiser will probably refer the aldermen who bit to Joseph Chamberlain, Tom Keene, Old Abe, Lord Dunraven. Burns and others who have done their turn atracting the peo- ple to the weed. live out all his dayjj. Such men may be classed the "gad flies of life, calcu- lated to annoy their betters, foment the strife, run discord, and bring misery CANADA'S HOMJCfDE RATE Canada holds the record for having the smallest percentage of homicides, and strange to say the United States', the adjoining nation, holds the worst record among the civilized nations. Canada is a new country, newer than the United States and it would be only natural to expect that the criminal rate would be higher. Dr. White, formerly President Cor- nel! University, finds in Canada the number of felonious homicides per mil lion of the population per year to be 3, jn the United States the enor- mous proportion of 129 to million Is recorded. There is food for reflection in this contrast, and in Canada the people are happy in the belief that the different results are produced through our judicial system and the compara- tive swiftness and -certainty cf justice in this, country. Capital punishment, too, must be given credit for a power' luf restraint on the actions of the criminally inclined. The rate In Eng- land and Wales is 10 to 11; Germany, 4 to 5; France, 10 to 15; Belgium, is. FROM OTHER SANCTUMS Paying the Shot (Calgary A man down in Montreal ran amuck Saturday, armed with a revolver and a bottle of gin. The latier implement has one are more shots in it, but they cannot be dis- charged so rapidly. A Celestial Disease (Lacombe Cometitis promises to be an un- usually widespread epidemic this year among the old earth's inhabitants. Al- ready many have been seized with the disease and two species have been dis- Halley's and the other unknown. Serious outbreaks are anti- cipated in the spring and the epidemic will be most acute at night from dark until midnight. Four Flushing (Ottawa Free A California woman Is accused of making use of four foundlings to palm herself off as the mother of quads. If her four flush hadn't been called she probably would have filled her hand on the next draw. Paradise? .Sure! (Ottawa Free The government of Alberta is bound to cater to the farmers. What with state-owned elevators and state-owned pork packing plants, the Canadian west will soon become a farmer's para- dise. THE MAGISTRATE'S SALARY The action of the city council in making Police Magistrate MacDoug- all's salary fifteen hundred dollars a year will be approved by the citizens. It is a position to which a man must give a great deal of time. In fact the work at the police court has grown so rapidly during the past year that 0; a man.g t-me .g it Much of the time Is taken up up in the actual trial of the cases at the court A great many cases have knotty legal problems in thorn, and much time is required to solve these reading must be and considerable done. Taking these things into considera- tion as well as the dignity of the office and the standing of a man called upon to fill it, fifteen hundred dollars a year is not a bit too much. OUR POINT OF VIEW The Roard of Trade yesterday closed the most successful year of its career. The Board of Trade has a good coun- cil to direct its affairs this year. The. members had a difficult task to pick out the eight best men among those nominated. They were all good. The re-election of C. G. K. Nourse to the presidency of the Board of Trade Two Good Points (Edmonton 'The C.P.R. will spend in the West this year. This is important news. It is even more important that, the time has come when the West is known to 'ustify.such expenditures. The Pessimist (Michel The man who can see no good in his fellowman ought to fall off the earth and go to his place. There is no guess about where he ought to be and where he will go when he leaves here. The VALENTINES A big assortment of comic ind fancy valentines and at prices to suit everybody. Comic at 3 for 5c Fancy ones from 5c up to THE RED CKOSS DRUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Store Acadia Block, Redpath St. Day and Night Phone 555 Night DJspenser. Picture Framer. con- JUDGE MATHERS IS CHIEF JUSTICE Ottawa, Feb. T. G. Mathers, senior judge of the court of the Kings Bench, Manitoba, has been appointed chief justice of Manitoba, In place of Chief Justice resigned a couple of months ago. Judge Prendergast of the Supreme Court of Saskatchewan Is transferred to the Manitoba Court of the Kings Bench to i'ill the vacancy caused by ihe elevation of Judge Mathers. The vacancy in the Saskatchewan bench will be filled later on. ALL CORRECT WITH WEIGHMASTER YOU HAVE NO DOUBT HEARD a good deal of talk about British Columbia Fruit Lauds. 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 B. C, Fruit Laud is going to be u big thing hi the next five years. It simply can't help it. It will produce fruit, it has the MARKET and the climate. We studied the B. C. Fruit Land situation thoroughly boforo we Invested our money. We are convinced of its future. (Aud from our knowledge of investments we know that B. C. Fruit Lauds will live up to pur most sanguine expectations. They will make mouey for every-oue who invests now. It is Indeed the opportunity of the hour. Our Fruit Lands on ihe Arrow, Lakes will eventually become very valuable because of their choice location aud because they do not require irrigation The payment of down aud J2 per acre per month secures a fruit form. Call aud pick out a 10-acre plot. There is surely no better investment market. Furthermore you can become Independent 'quicker by buying ana working a fruit farm in B. C. than by any other means because two acres cleared and put Into small stuff will give you a living while your trees grow to dollars and your land increases in value. MACJLf 0] TQ Aid. King Reports Charges Made by Aid, Fray lie on The alleged unfair charge by the city weighmaster brought up at coun- :il meeting a few weeks ago was ex- plained last night. The report of Aid. King, chairman of the market com- mittee, stated that he had examined :he books of the weighmaster and had :ound everything correct. There had been nothing done by the weighmaster .nat was not correct and in accordance with his instructions from the council. The report stated that notices regard- ing the weighing fees and market fees were o be placed in the market build- ing so as to avoid any misunderstand- ing in the future. Aid. Frayne stated that the weigh- master should give a receipt for 25c and not 15c if 25c had been paid for weighing. He did not see how that was correct. Aid. King replied that there was a fee Of ISc for weighing and lOc for a market fee. The money had been hand ed over to the city alright and was shown on the books. Aid. Frayne said that he was not accusing the weighmaster in any way 3Ut it was misleading and he didn'i think the report covered it sufficiently ;o make that clear. The report was adopted. CANADA'S'TRADE WITH G-REAT BRITAIN London, following were the imports from Canada during Jan- Cattle, value pouads; wheat, cwt, value wheat meal and flour cwt, value pounds; peas, cwt, value pounds; bacon cwt value pounds; hams, 2.- LOTS IN MORNINGSIDE The Best Part of Lethbridge The Part That is GROWING PER LOT Down and a Month I i i NO INTEREST NO TAXES The Standard Securities Company OLIVER BLOCK Lethbridge CHIN Don't forget to buy CHIN lots, same as you forget to buy in Lethbridge when they were cheap. Don't let the "other fellows" make all the money, all the time i v V v w w j-i VA o f UH.U1O f 614 cwt, value pounds; butter. J THE GEORGE M. f 1 cwt, value Gpounds; cheese value pounds. SUPT. PRICE'S FATHER ILL Calgary, Feb. Price, general superintendent of the C. P. R., re- ceived a telegram early Sunday morn- ng informing him that his father, who lives In Toronto, was In a serious state of ill health. Mr. Price, his brother, Arthur 'rice, and his two children, left Sun- day morning for Toronto. LOANS On improved or for the Im- provement of farm lands for one year or less up to five years. John E. Wells P. 0, Box 420 109 Sherlock Blk., Lethbridge UJ W OS V9 -GASOLINE We hare a com- plete line of Afltombik Ac- cessories at Garage. -CARBIDE Tfie Standard Garage Co. PHONE WOOD ST. HATCH LAND C 316 ROUND STREET Fully modern S roomed honse on Bruce St., Riverview, facts south. Price and terms, H. Macbet ftpcy I Horses for Sale I JUST ARRIVED twenty head of young work horses, 1230 to H50 in broken. Sale Stables Wood Street, Lethbridge LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA, No. 293, Sons of England Benefit Societi Meets In the Oddfellows' Hall every first and third Wednesday of the month at 8 p.m. -For full ticuiars appiy F. T. Robins, A. J. Warren, W. President, Sec., Box 57. Professional Cards G Tuff. Office 516 Hill block, Duf- 'erin St. Phoca 574. P. 0. Box 192 W. D. aceountam Audits, hqdclatioas, general nccoun' ing, and advice thereon. Acadii Block, Lethbridge, Alta. Viaduct Lodge No. 53 I. 0. O. F. Odd- .Meets every Monday night In fellow's Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting memhers cordially invited to attend. L. W. STEEVES, N.G A. CATHRfX R.S Box 1270. Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capita] Financial Ageute. Fiscal Ageuti Brokers. for Royi! Collieries Ltd All Standard Stocks Handled HEAD OFFICt-v.OTORIA. F. Ferguson has open- ed a dancing academy in the McNabb Block, Round street. All the latest dancing taught. Terms reasonable. 4S-6 MISS L. of Balj- Room and Stage Dancing. Chil- dren's class. 622 Crabb St 48-6 Express and Baggage Wagon for Hire Prompt Service Phone 585 and 1023 V. moved his shoe repairing business to the corner of jRedpath and Glyn streets, and is ttAn ww.t. tnosc wno will giy6 him 43-12 jcall. FIRE AT SfDNtY, MAN. j Sidney .Man., Feb. worst in the history of the town started !early this morning in the basement jof the general store owned and oc- [Cupicd by A Biggins. The flames soon got beyond the control of the band i of fire fighters. The flames were fanned by a strong wind and spread to the Sidney House. The C. P. R. station was saved other 7osses amount to MADAM NORMAN-Orchestral Pjan- iSte and teacher of the following subjects: Pianoforte, Singing, ory, Harmony, Counterpoint, Com- positioq. 622 Crabb street 45-6 AUDITOR- Ineii Ashmead Bompas the largest hall in the city Is now open for use for At Homes! Dances, Concerts, Entertainments, etc. For. terms, etc., apply on the premises. 2g-0 CALEDONIAN HALL The Caledonian Hall Is open to let dances, parties, banquets, etc. Best door m city, steam heated, kitch- en m connection, all modern conven- iences. Parties wishing to engage an- gj to J. H. Kellie, Wwtern Plumbing EXPERT ORIENTAL CLEANiNr COMPANY-ciean new and JS window, loowng glasses Professional Cards MEDICAL DR. W. S. Surgeon. Accoucher, 0 a.m.; 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Office 914 Rwj. path St. Phone 53 DR. dan. Bryan Block. Room 21. hours a-12; 2-5; 7-10. DOCTOR St Before 11 a.m.; 2-3; 7-8, m Stafford iJlock. Residence, cor. Crabb. Phone: Office 2T7; D. A. TAYLOR, M.O., Kar Nose and Throat Stafford Block, Lethbridge, Ofljce hours: 9.30-12 a.m... 2-6 p.m 7-8 p. in. K DR. GARNET T. IVES-Qentfct, grad- uate Royal College of Dental Sur- geons, Toronto. Office 219 Sherlock Buildmg. Hours 9-12, H. DR J. E. Physi- cian and Surgeon. Electric and X- ray treatment. Office Room 18 Sheriock Building. Corner Hedpath and Glyu. Hours: Till 9; in- 3.5. Sundays: Till 10; Phone day and night 1242. PRIVATE MATERNITY HOSPITAL, 7nii arG brlght- atid veil ventilated. Good, food, wasti- ng done in hospital laundry. Pa- tients may haye visitors any during the day or if very a friend stay. First MRS. K. L. reer sional Nurse, 710 Dompas St. no MISSES O'CONNOR Hair Dressing. Manicure, Facial EICCtrical Massage tor combings made up; Block RITCHJE- and solicitors. Office in? Union Bank, Lethbridge. 1 J. Norman Ritchie. CHURCH McAR- Barristers, Notaries Public and Commissioners' Ccnybeare Block. Lethbridge, SIMMONS SHEPHERD-Barrfater. in NotarJes. Money S loan. Offices In Canadian Bank of Commerce Bldg. W, C. Simmons- S, J. Shepherd, Modern Woodmen of America Letbbridge Camp No. m the Oddfellows HaU v- Visiting neiffhbore i ?e L. Griffith; etrr of SI ie Ho, Ml Meets 1st and Hrr] M o n d av? in K. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. orethren are cordially invited. GUS Block. Phone, 205. M market with a I'ne of ideas and prices that are wonh nvcstigaung. pjans and estimates to be obtained for the asking KempasSL P. O. Box 1972. M. J, fe Duff Contract bmder. freeiy will pay yp. Ml before W. R. BROWN-House painting, car- riage painting, paper hanging, wall decorating, etc. 23 Argyle Ave Phone 720. "Box 300 278O UNDERTAKING ADDISON A SOV-Most up to date undertakers eaibalmers in the city, black rod white cars. Office the Werald office, Phone Strict attention paid to all cases. Pariors open dny and night. T. S. DIrectoi and Einbaln..r. Most np to datp parlors In ?Ity. Five doors of Post Office. Ford St. White and Black Cars. Phone 561. LETHBRIDQE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Meets Caledonian Hall. Glj'n 8t. Clwb TOOK open eTening 7.30 to 10.80, flanday exoepted, All Scoteraen welcome. Prea. ;