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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Printed by the Daily Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at office, Bound St., Lethbridge. Alberta, Canada. W, A. BUCHANAN, Managing Di- rector and-Editor Subscription Ratts Daily, one year, delivered Daily, six months, delivered 2.00 Daily, three months, delivered ..1.00 Daily, one month, delivered.....35 Daily, one year, by mail 1.75 Daily, six months, by mail......85 Weekly Herald, one "year 1.50 Addresses changed as often as de- sired, but both new and old address must be civen. DON'T FORGET LETHBRIDGE Lethbridge wants to see every Southern Alberta point get railroads for railroads -bring in the settlers and develop the towns and villages. It must not neglect its own inter- ests, however. We must look after Lethbridge every day and every hour. As citizens oi Lethbridge we believe _this city has already established its position as the commercial capital of the South. It holds the same posi- tion in the south as Calgary in the centre and Edmonton in the north. Naturally we want to be considered of like importance to .Calgary and Edmonton. One of our duties along this line is to impress railroads, as well as manufacturers and wholesal- ers with the advantageous location of Lethbridge in the eentve of a rich and growing country. We should go to the railroads and tell them of these advantages and urge them to come here. Take for instance the announcement that the C..JS7. E. will build direct from Saskatoon to Macleod. If that statement is correct Lethbridge will be on a branch of this line and not on the main line. We have no ob- jection to Macleod being on the main line, but we want to be on it too. If there is a possibility of our being left on a. side line then it is our duty to get after the C. N. R. and show them that they cannot afford to allow their main line from Saskatoon to Lethbridge to pass us by. UTHttftlQfli, ALJIUTA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY N, SUN FIRE The oldest Insurance Office in the world A.D. 1710 S'-CE.MENAMY 191O HOME OFFICE t LONDON. E.NGLAND C. B. BOWMAN, LETHBRIDGE, AGENT. men of their own choice and political stripe, by claiming that the Govern, ment alone is responsible. This will lave no effect on the country. The Liberal administration is making an lonest effort to purge, the Service irom undesirables, many of whom were foisted on the public service by their Conservative predecessors. OUR POSNT OF VIEW The Board oi Trade banquet ought TGU56 up ttie eiituU5I5.5JULi vf tiic members. Be sure and attend the Abraham Lincoln anniversary tomorrow night. Lincoln was a great and good man and it won't hurt you to go around and hear incidents of his career and essons from his life emphasized by gifted one a prominent citi- zen of the neighboring state. BUT IT BECOMES A SERIOUS MATTER IF XEG.M3CTED. ay CULTIVATE FRIENDLY RELATION The Herald had a letter from a leading High River citizen the other day in which this statement was made: "High River is awakening to the fact that it will pay us to throw in with Lethbridge instead of Cal. gary." This expression of feeling from High River indicates that Lethbridge is growing in the estimation of South- ern Alberta towns and it will pay us to cultivate the most friendly rela- tions with every town and village. The building of the new C. P. R. branch is going to place us in closer touch, with such thriving towns as High.River and the establishment-.of friendly relations with such towns will eventually bring to whole- sale houses and industries patronage that at present is given to Calgary. A STORY MR. HAMMOND USED TO TELLr (Toronto Saturday Night.) The late C. Hammond :durinjj his lifetime used to delight in the follow ing- droll taJe at his own expense. As is well known, he was one of the phy- sicians generally called in when a. fin ancial institution was in extremis, be- cause of his shrewd and honest busi- ness sense and the confidence and es- teem in which the .general public helc him. For that reason he was ap- pointed president of the boards ot bqth the Federal Bank and the Onta- rio Bank when these institutions were forced to go into liquidation, and he took a hand in straightening out the affairs of many another institution. It will be remembered that on the evening' tnat the Ontario Bank went to the wall there was every reason to fear a run on the many branches of that institution when the doors open- ed next moraine. In the panicky condition of financial affairs at that time there was no knowing where such a craze would end. Therefore, the other banks came to the rescue and it was arranged that the branch- es should be taken over by the Bank of Montreal immediately. This sud- den transfer of interests within less than fourteen hours, together with the provision of the necessary funds to meet heavy withdrawals, entailed THEY EMPLOY Every Conservative British Columbia advanced the argu- ment that there should be no Asiatics in the but when Ralph Smith, the Liberal member irom Na- charged each one of them being an employer of yellow la- bor, they were like unto a man wh h'ad not on a wedding garment speechless. Mr. Smith made it very clear that if there is an Asiatic prob lem io- British Columbia today th Conservatives are responsible for it They not only encouraged the gration of these people, but they con tinue to employ them. The new members from British Co Itimbia do not appear to be familiar the at all. No person ha informed them that Mr. Borden anc Foster continually pressed th Government to become a party to th Japanese treaty, and When the same came before the House the .Conser vatives voted lor it to a man. JUDGE CASSELS' REPORT The report of Judge Cassels has been a great .disappointment to the Conservatives in the House. This re- port has been referred to upon many occasions, and its probable contents used by members of the Opposition, in season and out of season. The report completely exonerates the Government and every member of it. Mr. Brodeur is commended for taking steps to prevent the abuses which have been practised by officials of the department, acting contrary to orders. It has been found that men appointed by the former Conser- vative Government have been un- faithful, and many of them have al. ready been suspended, and some will be dismissed. What punishment will be meted out is not yet decided. This report absolutely endorses the position taken by the Government, which was, in short, that the Govern- ment could not be held responsible lor the of a few scallawags who should never have been retained in the Government employ. That the most the Government could do was to order an investigation to be followed JbT proportionate action on the result of same. To the dwiuAy of the Opposition, not make any re- fWftiOM upon the Government of the dtr, MM! from this time there will ftUwrioni to the work which GMMlt hW concluded. The to now attempting di- Mfcttion from the guilty men, part of all the leading financiers of the city. Mr. Hammond was one of those who were up almost all night and down town again early in the morning to see that matters went well and that a panic was averted. It so happened that an investment compare, in the management of which Mr'.. Hammond played a. prominent part, held a mortgage on the .proper- ty of an old negro woman who held considerable real estate in the cen- tral part of the city. The old wom- an read the morning papers and call- ed her daughter. From her hoard she took out a considerable roll of bills and extracted a number bearine- the name of the Ontario Bank. "Mandy. you take these down and Pay an instalment on that mortgage" she commanded.- bank's bust- ed, and we g-ot get rid of these here bills just as fast as we. can." The girl took the money down town and as the instalment was not yet due the matter was laid before Mr. Hammond. As soon as he saw the sio-nature of the bills the latter dis- cerned the reason of this undue haste in meeting payments in advance. "Whv. didn't you know that the Ontario Bank had he Queried with twinkle in his eye. "Yessir, but Ma she say, 'P'rao? TSr. Hammond, he ain't found it out vet." Pneumonia. Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh or Consumption is the result. Get rid of it at once by taking Dr. Wood's Pine Syrup. v_ ..-.u I vostinate wugiis w soothing action, and in the racking, persis- toot cwugh, often present in Consumptive j cases it gives prompt and sure relief. In j A.stbma and Bronchitis it is a successful j remedy, rendering breathing easy and natural, enabling the sufferer to enjoy r-.-frcihicg sletp and often affecting a per- j nuinani cure. j Mrs. Heurj Smallpiece, Brudenell, Ont., j w 1 was always subject to a cough and could get nothing to relieve me until j I saw an of Dr. Wood's Nor- j ivsy Pine Syrup thought 1 would try iKbpttle, and when I had taken a few doses I I was getting relief, and when I had j finished it I was cured. I procured a hot- j tie for niy babv, who had a cough, and a j few dosea'cured" him. I would advise any- j one having a cough, to give Dr. Wcod'o j Norway Pine Syrup a trial and I am sure they will never be without it.7' Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup 25 cts. bottle at all dealers. Put up in yellow wrapner, and three pine trees the trade mark! Refuse substitutes. There is only one Norway Pine Syrup and that one 11 Dr. Wood's." Cluett Shirts and Hawe's Hats New Spring Styles Received Today The Bentley Co. Ltd. i Phone ft ind Retail lETIUBfDGE We dp not Claim that is the only place lor clean- ing, Dressing and repairing. NOR DO WE claim that we are the only place that 'gives you the best' value for your money. Don't take our word but take -you have your clothes cleaned in other places, how long are the spots and -stains invis- ible? When we olean your clothes by our dry or steam process, we guar- antee the spots or stains will disap- pear for good. You have tried the rest try the' BEST.' City Dye Works ROUND STREET Opposite Herald Office 'HUMOR' INSTEAD OF 'OBEY' St. Louis. Feb. has solved a problem that! has worried brides for many years.! She has found a substitute for thej word "obey" in the marriage service, j Until she'went to St. Charles with! Charles E. Piekert she was Miss Ora j Delhi Keesc. The license had been! t Coal, Ice and DRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG Office opposite Balmoral PH ONE 63 50 HEAD OF Heavy Mares and Geldings To be Sea at City Market YOUNG Sale Stables Wood St. PROFESSIONAL CARDS MEDICAL OR. W. 8. Surgeon, Accoucher, 9 a.m., 2-3; 7.8 p.m. Office 914 Red- path St. Phone 53. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEANE Street. 2.3, 7-8. DR. A. and rooi Stafford Block. Office Hours-11-' 12, 1.3, 7-8.30. Phone night and day 277. STIRLING AND DISTRICT A POOR SHOE WILL NOT MEND ITS LOOKS BY SHINING! Get the kind that are made right issued and the couple were5" -D- T, -u the Recorder's office when Justice m the Eight in shape, Fred entered. he said, smil- which gves them style. Right in fit, ing. "may I not have the pleasure of j which gives them comfort i performing the i durabilitv. which makes them" i ou may, said Miss Keese, if you will agree tc one thing." "And what is "Well." said the blushing bride- j prices. lect, you must leave out the word "Oh, yes, I can do that." ".And von inupt substitute for it the word 'Iiumor.'" Tho word "humor" was substitut- ed. "You see. I have been a stenogra- pher for the past four said Mrs. Pickert. "I know -what it is to be dictated to, and I cant say that I would enjoy it in married life." in durability, which makes them wear j well.. The right kind are always to i be had at German's. At the right F. German TheShoeman Between" Sage's and Roy's REMEMBER In whatever business or work you arc engaged, your clothes need atten- tion. For per month we keep your clothes in first class "shape. City Dye Works, Bound St. Tel. 353: 43-0 JOE NOEL European Character Impersonator at the Eureka LADIES, ATTENTION! Mrs. S. Jones, Ivy Cottage, North Ward, is now ready to take orders for children's clothes and ladies blouses and underwear, on the short est notice. Box 303, City. 46-24 Years of Experience in the V A E N E T N E T N E businesi compels our de- cision in favor of Raphael Tack Goods ExchsJrdy See our North Window for gems of art in this line P. Wall Papers are the bett y Roy I have 4 choice 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. I C. W. COOK ROOM 3, MACDONALD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE Pfone290 TO THE PUBLIC We have bought out the Star Transfer Co. Drayiag Dutfit, and are prepared to execute all orders for I DRAYING promptly satisfactorily. Coal" delivered promptly. Cas.li on delivery. 4 City Property, Business Sites, Farm Lands, and Coal Lands REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DR. J. E. Surgeon, Accoucher, Oddfellows' Block. 9 a.m., 11 to 1, 3 to 5, 7 to 8. Phone, day and night, 342. D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., C.M.-Special- ist, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Stafford Blocb, Lethbridge, Alta. Office a.m.; 2-5 p.m., 7.8 p.m. DENTISTRY A. Davis Stirling Alta. J. S. Phillips A. L. Patteson Phone 70 Office In Nelson Gcw's Store Western Canada Stock Co. Ltd. Dealers in Stocks, Bonds ao4 Mortgages FINANCIAL AGENTS FOB Austin-Manhattan Conso- lidated Mining Co., Austin, Nev. Capital Shares advance from 60e to 6occ Letlibridge Agency.- J. ACTON. P.O. Box 294 Office in Chinese Store, Ford Street, beside Palace Livery Hayr Transfer Co. Leave your Orders for L etc. AT- HayrBros.Hardware Store PROMPT ATTENTION GIYEN PHONE 180 DR. 0. J. COURTICE Dentist, Graduate of Northwestern Universi- ty, Chicago, 111. Office hours-9-12, 1-5. Eooms II and 12, Macdonald Block.' UNDERTAKING ADDISON Directors and Embalraers, 321 Crabb St. Lethbridge, Alta. Office and Resi- dence Phone 102. Xc. MUSIC MADAM Pi- anisie, 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 num. ber of pupils. Also for concerts, At Homes, banquets, etc. Terms on application. Phone 212. Everything in season served tastily at j! i! The Coaldale Restaurant Coaldale Block j I SINGING. Miss Ursula Archer, pupil of the celebrated teacher, William Shake- speare, will receive pupilj in singing j voice production. Also engage- THE HERALD IS AN ADVERTIS-i for Ballad Concerts; At Homes, ING- MEDIUM OF MERIT; I the Lethbridge Conservatory of Music, Wholesale Liquor Merchant PW50 P.O. The Model Restaurant Appeals to everybody by its Excellent Menu and ought to claim the patronage of all Union Men As ifc is run on "triotly union principles. ROOM in Cbnatctioa John Cantin HLOMUETOit TO RENT-in Shepard Block, I front office. 3 roomed fiat with mission oak fireplace, private bathroom complete, steam heated, hot and cold Standard Land Co. Ltd. CAPITAL, SURPLUS, Btz 680 PlMM 198 Afeits WJnipefTire fasiraiiee h, MR. ALBERT of Dr. Briggs, M.A., Song Singing and Voice Culture. Pupil of Chas. Hancock, Esq., F.R.C.O., L.R.A.M-, Organ and Theory. Voice culture, pipe organ, piano, harmony and theory, song singing. Open for con- banquets, recitals, etc! Terms on application. Box 690, Leth- bridge, Alta. JOHANNES H. pil of Henri Verbruggen, of Rome, '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 adjoining Union Lethbridge. W. C. Barris- ter, etc. Office: Southard Block. CQNYBEARE JONES-C. F. P. Conybeare, K.C., D.C.L.; B. Morton Jones, Barristers, solicitors, etc. Offices: Conybeare Block, Lethbridge, Alberta.' SURVEYING 4 i i 4 4 i i 4 4 4 'HOMELIKE AND COZY this restaurant is assuredly. You can bring .your -wife and you have if you have home" without its inconveniences of purchasing, preparing, cooking and serving food: Costs lit- tie more, if any, and 13 just as good. The Hub Cafe HAMILTON and Surveyors. Boom 4, Whitney Block.' ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTORS F. B. Room 9, Whitney Block: JAS. A. Macdonald Block, Redpath, Street, Lethbridge'Alta. The llberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THR .MARKET North of tte BailroU ill Weit ofVestiiiiiterU, FROM Icthbridge lerie No, Meets Isi and Mondays- inK.ofP Hall at o'clock. Viaitiuj. brethren arc cordially invited. a. W.P. 24-ly GUS NEIDIG, W.8. W. Calgary Lethbridge. Specialkt in Fireproof- ing, sanitation, heating and ventila- tion-. Ernest E. Carver, M.BJLA.; Etc., Manager Lethbridge Office, -Bryan Block One-third cash, one-tthird 6 months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum W and .build- er. Estimates cheerfully given. Re- pairs and alterations" the shortest notice. Lethbrklffe Alta. W. R. house- hold furniture. All classes of signs painted. Carriage painter. House painter. Paper hanger. Wood Phone 124. 26 Argyle Ave. EDUCATIONAL LETHBRIDGE NO. 36 C. B. O. E. Meets on the second and fourth Tues- day of each month at 8.15 p.m. E A. 8HARMAN, M SHIEST E- B- Secretary THE LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRIT- j I E. McGregor, F.I.P.8.. Principal. Government Public Stenographer. All classes; of type- writing work undertaken. PRIDE OP No. 2M, ALBERTA, LODGE Sm Meets in the every first and third Wednesday in the month at 8 p.m. For fall particulars apply W. J. Fred T. Robin> W. Praflident: IM., Box W. CanadA Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royal CoMeries Hi All Standard Stocks Handled HEAD .8. C .F. A.M., Q.R.A. Lodge Regular meeting night, the third-Thursday ol each month in the Masonic Hall, p. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will al. wajs woeive a hearty welcome. A. C. Messer, G. v; Storkey, Secretary, P. 0, Box ;