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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta I Daily HeroW the ..Daily .Herald Printing Co.. Ltd., every lawful evening at ito office, Bound St.. Lethbridge. Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Di- artf; Editor Subscription RaUs yetr, Daily, six mouths, delivered 2.00 Daily, three months, delivered 1.00 Daily, one-month, delivered.....36 Daily, one 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 given: ALliETA. FRIDAY, FfiSKUARY 12, ifM. BIG MEN TUB WEST HIEBERT'S WISE TALK CorEslius Hisbcrt, one of the Op. position twins at Edmonton, is com- pelled to admit that the Alberta Gov- ernment has been- a good Govera- .-ind has nought to give the people wise and helpful Cornelius voices the view of no small constituency of Conservatives.! These men believe the Liberal .'Gov-j eroment in it aggressive policy, has served'the people faithfully and manyj of them feel .deep down in their i hearts that it would be a foolish thing i to lose the services of that Govern- ment.. In four short years Alberta has ac- quired a telephone system, lock stock and established a creamery system, enabling farmers to get good The lumbers from Occidental Cuu- ada have attracted much attention this session, somewhat en account of the part they have taken in the de- legates. somcM-hat because they are irood fellows generally, not a to be because they are biff. It is. perhaps, natural that a. country, "in the making" should pre- fer tall men. The Maritime Provinces have a tendency to "send to Parlia- ment a type of member, sedate, eld- erly; as it were, seasoned timber. The Wai Troubled With Weak Back For Years. West chooses yoxinjr men and ones. To demonstrate it is easy. Hag- eart of Winnipeg, and "Billy" Sta- ples, of JIacdonaJd. aside, the West- erners are all husky chaps, and the pick of them for height arc these: iTaerath. Medicine Hat. G feet -t inches. Not Perform DuttM. Attoadod Without AvaiL lira. Arch. Black Point, K.B., writes: "if or I wai troubled with weak back. OftentittM I Uin io for being scarcely to -tuna ray Campbell. Dauphin. G feet 4 inch-. j Martin. Repina, 6 leet 3 inches. self, I biro beeu gnwt while Irving to ay household duties. had Attending me with- out avail and tried ana plasters, bub nothing seemed to do mo good. I about to give up in despair when my j husband induced me to try Doau's Kidney Fills, and after using two boxes I am now j >reli and able to do my work. I am posi- ti ve Poau's Kidney an all that you cl lira for them, and I would advlie all j kidney sufferers to give them a fair trial." Kidjce Iis are Martin. Repina, 6 leet 3 inches. table realizing quickf Mr Champagne, Battleford. 6 feet 2 in-! rrfieff without. aay ill 'efecu. A medicine that -will absolutely cure. Back- ches. Bradbury. Selkirk. G feet 1-. ches. Sifton. Brnndon, 6 foot, l inch. ICnowles. Moose Jaw, 6 feet 5 inch itcGarthv. Calvary, 6 feet. White. Victoria 6 feet. Star. Cluett Shirts and Hawe's Hats New Spring Styles Received Today Now that a Western Canada base- in- j ache and all forms of Kidney and Bladder Disease. A medicine that strengthens so that they enabled to extract the poisonous uric acid from the blood and pre- I vent the chief cause of Rheumatism. j Price 50 cents per box, or 3 for f 1.25, at i all dealers or The T. Milburn Co., Limited, j Toronto, Ont. In ordering specify ed under any condition. j 3. The rounds to be of three min- i ute's and one minuts be-' t-ween rounds. j 4. If either man falls, through weakness or otherwise, he must get up unassisted, tec seconds to be al. i Tho Dnittlnu Prt MIC UGIIUGJ UU, Wkctaaie ind Retail t Pbone 55 IETHBRIDGE We do not Claim is thit only place for clean- inc. pressing :m'd ivpairinjr. NOR DO >JWE claim tliat wc.nre the only place i j that gives you" tlio value for I your Don't tiiko our word but j take you have year clothes cleaned in other places, how long are the spots and -stains invis- ible? When clean 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 TELEPHONE 353 r 50 HEAD OF Heavy Mares and Geldings To be Seen at City Market RODGERS4YOIJNG Sale Stables Wood St. PROFESSIONAL ORDi passed beneficient laws to help the for the local fans to set together and j point not made the methods thc for the team and'when the man is on his legs the i .t i. ...i will this f-ifv in T-VII? ir. _. of legislation more convenient and expeditious, extended and improved league. There will be a ed at Regina. or Moose Jaw soon and l ci.w Vf M the educational system, provided free j Lethbridge should know where they text books for the pupils, in the pub- j on at- lie schools, built a modern normal i school for the training of teachers, j HOCKEY prosecuted the combines, taxed the Tonight there will be a. hockey railroads, prosecuted evil doers, fear- i match, between the iTwu'cine Hat and amended the .license laws soi that today we have- as well regulat- i round is to be resumed and continued i until three minutes have expired. Ifj one man fails to come to the scratch i in ten seconds alowed, the referee is hotete as any province or state on" the continent, in fact the story of em.powered to give award in favor ofi the other man. 5. A man hanging ou to ihe ropes a helpless state with toes off. the is considered down. j ____( 6. No seconds or any other person; intermediate teams. This j to be allowed in the ring during the; ist of rhej rounds. ri.cht outj The gloves to be fair-sized box-j in? gloves of best quality. (Usually wnicn J Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprfetors Office opposite Balmoral PH ONE 63 f after the honors. The ine up will be Bradbeer, iicKay, McGuire CaUahan, Webb. Sinclair. The! will start" at -7.30 sharp. WITH THE PUGILISTS the deeds, of this be elaborated :upon extensively. The people; however., know what the Gov- ernment- is doing. The Government f -I-J- t'JiC llUli C has.; iept close to the people, and {between Jack_____t them into their confidence, j and' "Kid" Williams of California! .as the- climax of-its splendidTts CP square there is no record the "Government -is going, rvv ounces.) S. Should a glove burst, or come A POOR SHOE WILL NOT MEND ITS LOOKS BY SHINING! Get the kind that are made right inning. Eight in shape, them style. Right in fit, which gives them comfort. Ridii in i off., it musi be replaced to the refer-j-ij ee's satisfaction. Principal thus af- which makes them wear fected drops to- one knee which pro- tects him from assault and referee push new railroads through "the pro- _ enabling who advanced why it should not be. been, burdened "because of the Jack men have__ here j wuiii-ry ana as mis -----lor removing their crops close is one of the few places in America at hand, "thus saving them time, wor-fwnere pugilistic encounters are" ai- ry and money. Cities, towns any length worth speak- -t rtT -IT 1C VOO which have: suffered from lack .of railroad competition" are go. to have more railroads and con- sequently cheaper" freight rates and cheaper A perusal 'of the brilliant record of this peqpteV government must con- vince ihe. Conservative electors this: proyiocli? that Mr. Hiebert talking, -sense vwhen he says pf the rta Government's "present" work VC4.114UVUI) e VlCBIZLLli. WUI.K "t as- ;is both men will be anxious to guard their reputations and fight 'according to This is not-the first time this pair have met. They canie together in Mont-ana in a three-round go two- months ago. Williams at that time was suffering from a disabled arm and received, a little the worst- oi the bout and he seems to- he some, what anxious to get back at Clarke now that fie- is in good condition Both men have been training hard ,-m. JI J i TERM The.lengtheninf: of; the Parliament- arjr- term to five years is in accord with 'public "sentiment. Too frequent election campaigns stir up personal feelings, interfere with business- and generally speaking turn things'-topsy. turvy. In England -the Parliamentary term England is the mother of Parliaments and the birthplace of the- great British CJonstitution. What-- suits Conservative land" ought to be acceptable in Alberta.. In this province, we haven't the-'time-nor the desire to be occu- with political campaigns any oftener than five years; tea years would suit We should aim to elect the best- men wben we have a chance, and then permit them to the in governing coaBtfy1' for years. OUR: POINT OF VIEW Premier Eutherlord is- not a bit off whea he says Albp.rta nill have half a million population at the end of 1814 and the census will show that Southern Alberta has enjoyed a big share of the .increase. If it were not lor the Japs the legislators across the line would be spending a very dull winter. Why not have an Alberta :day at the Seattkfexposition? A Calgary day looks too much like boosting one sec- tion of- the -province. It is, a hundred- years ago today that Abraham Lincoln was born in a humble home. He rose to the greatest .position in a great nation and hjj memory will be revered through the ages as a Mend of hu- martily. doing his training there, will be able to show: the ring followers of this country what a scrapper of the first division is like. Those who .have seen following rules of the game, known as; the Marquis of Queensbury rules may be of some interest. 1. To be a fair, stand-up boxing match in a twenty_four foot ring or thereabout.. 2: No :wrestling or hugging' allow not allowed, may be jriven if principal be fairly knocked out at end of contest, the one who dis- plays the best style and obtains" the greater number of points. points shall attack: direct clean hits with knuckles of either hand on any fair part of body. For .defense: guarding, slipping, ducking, counter- hitting, or getting away." Where points are otherwise equal considera- tion -r'o be. given' to the man who does most of the leading off, 11. The contest in. all other respects to be governed" by revised rules of London Prize Ring, which. provide against a man throwing himself down without cause, (this does not apply to a- man who in a close fix slips down from grasp of his op. ponent to avoid punishment butting with the head, striking, a man when down, (a man is down with one knee_ and one hand on the ground, or with. both, knees on the a blow. below- the" The right kind are to be had. at G-erman's. At the right F. 'German The Shoeman Between Sage's and band, seizing an antagonist AT PEG Jeb. pro- wtt mtdc in yesterday's bop, spiel play. The Dingwell and Empire and a made on.-ihe Tetley. Today will likely another competition, the coneolida- tfon opened up and the Blue Bibon will be on tomorrow. EdnmHon Co tatt A DIAt Feb: Burns ft the three large ie- MUMisltBeRU of Williamson here, and there is a report rife that they tor tMwtoin form! fM or w iinanwoiM. Tlw fritcjpMd for the tiont Tears of Experience in the E N E T N E T A V N E cur de- cision in favor of Raphd Tick (Ms Eidmrely See our North Window for gems of ftft.in. this; line LIB P. McArthur'i Wall the beet faelow the Tvaist, gu'aghVg or tearing -the kicking or deliberately falling on an antagonist, a-principal leaving ring without referee's permission, the use of resin on gloves, flicking or hirting with hitting" -with inside: or butt of 'hand, the "wrist or wrestling, hogging, sqTieezing, wrestling or at the ropes. All of whicb principals shall strictly tieed or be" penalized by losing con- test-after being, once cautioned'. The .division of.-classes recognized by professionals" are: Bantani, 116 pounds and under; feather, 126 and under; light, 140 and under; middle, 158. Over 158. is the heavy weight class. Amateur associations generally clas- sify the weights as 105 pounds and under; light, 135 and middle, 158.and under; heavy 158 and over. The xpain bout tonijjht commences at 11 preliminaries at 10.15. In case --of no knock-out or police interference the decision will be decided on points. Umpires on side will likely be appointed. the USE OF COAT OF ARMS I have 4 choice sec- tions of raw land that I will sell at per acre, an acre down and the balr- ance crop payment. I offer.this for the next 10 days. G.W. ROOM 3, MACDONALD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT City Property, Business Sites, Farm Lands, and Coal Lands REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE MEDICAL DR. W. S. GALBRAITH-Physician Siirpoon, Accoivoliei. 9 a.m., 2-3; 7.8 p.m. Office 914 Red] path St. Phone 53. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEANi -Hedpath Street. 2.3, .7-8. DR. A. McNALLY-Ofnce and rooi s Stafford Block. Office Hours-u-' 12, 1.3. 7-8.30. Phone night and duy I R. A. Davis Stirling Alta. TO THE PUBLIC We Lave bought out the Star Transfer Co.'Draying Dutfit. and are prepared to execute all orders for D RAYING promptly satisfactorily: Coal delivered, promptly. Cath on delivery. J. S. Phillips A-LPatteson Phone 70 Office in Nelson Cow's Store r Western Canada I Stock Co. ltd. Dealers in Stocks, Bonds and Mortgages FINANCIAL AGENTS FOR Austia-Maunattan CODSO- lidatad Mining Co., Austin, Nev.; Capital Shares advance from 6Qc to 6o.cc Lethbridje Agency J. ACTON P.O. Box 294 Office in- Chineae Store, Ford.Street, beside Palace Livery Hayr Transfer Co. Leave your Orders for COAL, etc. AT----- HayrBros. Hardware Store PEOMJPT ATTE.VTIOX GIVEN PHONE 180 Everything in season served tastily at The Coaldale Bestapnt i; Coaldale Block DR. J. E. LOVERlNG-Physician, hurgeon, Accoucher, Oddfellows' Block. Hours-Till 9 a.m., n to 1 3 to 5, 7 to 3. Phone, day and night, 342. D. A. TAYLOR. M rv r u B_..rrf 1 -bar, Nose and Thi'o Block, Lethbridge, Alta a.m., 2-5 p m p.ir.. DR. O. j. COURTICE Dentist Ciraduate of'Northwestern Univrsi- ty, Chicago, 111. Office hours-0-12 j-5. Kooms H and 12, Macdonald Block. MUSIC MADAM NORMAN-COrcbeetral Pi- anisie, organ and voice produc- tion. Visits or receives pupils preparatory or advanced. Coaching for .exams. Howard House, Crabb Street. SING i NG-Harold R. Cooper, con- cert baritone. At for con- certs, At Homes, etc. For terms apply, Lethbridge, Alta MR. ALBERT ELY-Pupfl ofc-Dr Bnggs, 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' pine harmony .and theory, song Open for con- certs, banquets, recitals, etc. Terms on application. Box 690, Leth- bridge, Alta. H. MACMILLIAN-PU- pil of Henri Verbruggen. of Rome, Italy; Caxl Simins, of Berlin, Ger- many. High Class Scotch music -a specialty. .Open for recitals, ban- uets concerts, etc. For terms ap. ''ply Royal Collieries, Lethbridge LEGAL THE HERAIJD IS Al MEDIUM OF MEBIT. AUSTRALIAN NAVAL SCHEME. Melbourne, Feb. 11 Fish- has-promised to propound a com- naval scheme soon: Cruisers are too expensive, the idea, of utiliz- ing submarines have been abandon. ed, and -they'--have- decided to have destroyer flotillas.: Feb. 2. 1909. Editor Daily Herald: Dear you grant me{ 4 space in your paper to ask a ques-' f SURVEYING TO RENT.-in Shepard Block, f front office 3 roomed flat with mission oak fireplace, private bathroom complete; steam Kentcd, hot and "water." Standard Lund Co Ltd, CAPIHl, RAT fitfl IOC i _. WjHiBCf fire Iisifiict Co. The Wberta Railway and lirigatlDn Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THP. MARKET Ufa hrtk if the FROM aiiltatoflntiiiitirU. HOMELIKE AND COZY this restaurant is assuredly. You can bring your wife and you have if you have have .the comforts; of without; its inconveniences of selecting, purchasing, preparing, cooking and; serving food. Costs lit- tle more, if any, and is just as good. HAMILTON andrSurveyors. Room :4, Whitney Block.- X ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTORS Room 9, Whitney Block. J AS. A. Architect, Macdonald Block, .Redpath Street, Lethbridge Alta. -V; Calgary and" Lethbridge.- Specialist in Fireproof- ing, sanitation, heating ventila- tTon.; Ernest E. M.B.A.A Etc., Manager Letnbndge Office, Bryan Block er. Estimates cheerfully given. Ee- ipairs- and alterations" executed at the- shortest notice. Box 730; Leth-. bridge; Alta.- CeiHBWDGE yCOUUt NQ. '0..V.YV Meets the second a'nd fourth Tues- day month at 8.15 Er A 8HARMAN. M: VklEST Secretary EACH BROWN-VarnishiJQg house- hold furr-iture. All classes of signs, painted. Carriage painter. House: painter. Paper hanger. Woofc finisher, Phonb 124. 25 .Aver EDUCATIONAL OF THE LETHBRIDQE ?HORTHAND AND J. E. McGregor, F.I.P.8. Principal. Government and Pubh'c Stenographer. All classes of type- writing work undertaken. LODGE PRIDE "OP No. 203, r ALBERTA, 9t lestftt TERMS EASY monthr-. one-third 6 12 months. in the Oddfedllowi' every firat and third Wedneiday In the "month at 8 p.m. For 'full particulars apply W. J. Fred T. Robin, W. President. Boi 57. Weitern Chartered Corporation Capital Financial Fiscal Agents Brokers. All Standard Stocks H5AD VICTORIA, B C. Interest 6 per cent; per annum Itl, .F. t A.M., O.R.A. -Lethbridge Lodge BeguJar meeting night, the third Thursday of each month in the Masonic Ball, p. o. Block, at 8 p.m. Vieiting brethren receive a hearty welcome. A. C. -Messer, 'W.'fc, 0 V: fltorkey. Secretary. P. O. Box 537. Meets Isi and 3rd Mondays inK. of? Hair at o'clock, Vititine invited. AtNOnOFT, W Pi GUI NflDIQ, Wf. i ;