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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Daily Herald Printed by thft Daily Herald Printing Oo.. tverjr lawful evening office. Bound St., Lethbridge Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Di- rector and Editor Subscription Ratct Daily, one year, delivered Daily, iix delivered 8-00 Daily, three months, delivered 1.00 Daily, one month, delivered .35 Daily, one year, by mail 1.75 Daily, six months, by mail......86 Weekly Herald, one year.......1 Addresses changed as often as de. sired, but both new and old address must be given. LOOK BEFORE YOU LEAP Some oil companies that are adver- tising extensively may be gilt edged, but .people should thoroughly inves- tigate before investing. One only needs to pay a visit to the vicinity of the Waterton Lakes to ascertain what has become of some thousands of dollars invested in oil wells. All that can be viewed now are the ruins. Wells, where according to the prospectus, 300 barrels a day had AIMUTA, TUMDAY, FtMUAftY If, INI. to imagine anything that the gov- ernment mjfht do thai Mr. Olirtr would not ceixe upon as an excuse to deliver an B. C. it would be as hard to imagine anything that the Liberal Government at Ottawa do that the News would not seite upon as an excuse to deliver an editorial at. tack. Mr. Oliver, of Delta, not any worse, than the Nelson News. V C. A. Magrath told the Railway Committee at Ottawa that if the Can. ada Western Bail way Co. did not build their line within the time limit he would know That's the wav the reason to talk. why. Senator Lougheed's corporation in- stincts always stick out prominently. At the Red Beer Conservative con- vention, lie made a 6tab at Govern- ment ownership of telephones. It would, of course, have been much more satisfactory to Mr. Lougheed's pocketbook if the Bell Co. had re. mained in control.of the telephone monopoly of this province. DR. WOOD'S NORWAY PINE SYRUP IB without an Ite COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS all THROAT and LUNGS. All most of the throat, the lungs and the bronchial tubes, iu the beginning but or coughs. Too much stresa cannot be on fact, negk-ct to cure cold very often yearn of tufferinr end uornsa Consumption.' Dr. Wood's Nor- way Pt'ae Syrup combines all the lung heal- in" virtues of the Norway pine trwwith otHer absorbent, expectorant and medicines or recognized worth, and is abso- lutely harmless, prompt and safe. Mr. J. L. Purdy, N.S., "I have been troubled with bard, dry cough for along rime, especial- ty at night, but after having used Dr. Norway Piue Syrup, for few weeks, I find my cough has lef c me. To any person, suffering as IjUd, I chat this nsiiiouy is i jrould not be without it in the house.' I So great has been the success of thU j Senator Lougheed, the C. P. E. so-! -vronderfnl remedy, it is only natural that i liciior and loval friend and numerous persons have tried w> imitate it. FP Don't but of all corporations, for the sake the prospects of the provincial wrapper; three pine trees the trade mark; bugged into taking anythi: Put Timothy Hay By the Bale Ton or Carload TheBentleyCo, ltd.i: ffcititle end Ketiii none Jj LETHBilBfiE We do not Claim that ours is the only place for ing, pressiug and repairing. NOR 00 WE claim that we are the only place j that gives you tbe best value for yo iu money. Don't take. -our; word .but take notice When you have your clothes cleaned in other places, how long are the spots ami stains invis- ible? When we clean your clothes by our dry or steam process, we guar- antee the spots, or stains will dif ap- pear for good. You have tried the rest try BEST. City Dye Works ROUND STREET Opposite Herald Dice TELEPHONE 353 Conservatives, should have remained price 25 cents been produced, have been abandoned awav from Eed Beer convention. Our because it was difficult to get one barrel in a week. As in gold mines, it is foolish to j influence. "put up any money until somebody who knows more than you do satis- fies you that there is a chance to get returns. Conservative friends cannot disen- tangle themselves from the Lougheed NORTH WARD PRESENTATION. Mr. and Mrs. George Hill were the recipients of a very pleasant surprise I at the home of Mr. Arthur Frayne on I ONE STOREY BUILDINGS The Herald has been told that there are as many as twenty merchants waiting to secure store accommoda- tion in this city, believeing that its growth and prospects them locating here. Present prospects are that very few of these men will be accommodated as the' buildings now planned, to be erected are in nearly every case leased as far as the ground floors are concerned and the majority of these stores will, be oc- cupied by men already in business here. Our building by-law does not per- mit single storey buildings being erected within the fire limits. The fire limits extend from "Burdett St. west to Smith Street, and from Bar- oness Road south to Bompas St. That is a large section of the city and the enforcement of this by-law means that within that area only buildings of two storeys or more in height can be built. We are heart and soul with every build the city on a solid 'foundation. We want to see sub- stantial buildings erected through- out the city, but we can bring about that result without making it com- pulsory to erect two storey buildings within the fire limits. Owners of property in the business section are prepared to erect one storey brick buildings at once to meet the demand for stores. They are not warranted in constructing two or more stories, especially since the persons we speak of would build these blocks on streets, other than Round or Redpath, They are pre- pared to build the one storey with every preparation made for addition- al stories. would be a case of tak- ing out a permit for a or three and only erect, ing one storey: The Herald believes the Council should seriously consider a change in the' regulations to permit of these buildings being erected. We would hot favor Round or Redpath Sts. be- ing included, however. These streets ire looked upoit as our main, business thorotighfftree and we want to see there only buildings of the most sub- stantial On the other streets within the fire limits it seema reasonable: thai the property owners should be if they desiredi to erect one atorey brick. Hocks, with provision for additional 'storeys later Regina and -CaL fary, we are informed one storey buildings are permitted, in some cases the provision for extra storey not being made. We do not.want to keep away from this city any jnan who looks upon Lethbridge as a good point to em- bark in: business, but it is impossi- ble for such persons to carry, out their desires until more store accom- modation is provided- No doubt the Alberta Government Friday evening last, occasion be- j is toe Socialistic for such corpora-! tion Conservatives as Senator Loug-j SidaTto Quests of hon- heed and R. B. Bennett. or, on leaving for Saskatoon, where _____ {Mr: opening for himself. Music, song and dancing Maitland McCarthy is a very nice j were pleasantly indulged in till mid chap but is he big or broad e'nouzh' niSht> when a sumptuous repast was for TV, r. served, after which Mr. Stickley and or tne leadership.-- The Conserva-! Mr Mockford, on behalf of the bache- tives evidently think so, but it isilors and married'members' of the easy to foretell now that the people party respectively, presented Mr. and of Alberta -will think otherwise Side 1 Hill, in a few chosen "words expressing: deep regret at tne sever- j auce Of Oid friends, and best wiish'es j for success in their new business anc [home, with two tokens of regard anc esteem, from the bachelors a silver ,ea service, and from the marriec members and friends a well fillec purse. Taken completely by surprise LONG BETTERS Mr. Hill found himself in a difficult Sir Robert Hart, the veteran inspec j position as he arose to accept the tor general of the Chinese customs, j gifts. Their hearts .were so full that speaking- of a city dinner, mentioned 1 the tongne could not express the that he once, in Pekin, sat out ban- quet that lasted for seventeen consec- utive hours. There were one hun- feelings of -his wife and himself, but he assured bis friends is should value very much their. parting gifts, dred and twenty-five courses and he i aot so much for their intrinsic value tasted them aJl. This would seem to take a lot of beating-. Yet Mr. Ward, the American envoy, who tried to interview the Emperor in 1859, tells how he tertaioed to a from noon one was en- dimmer that lasted! day until six o'clock on the evenin" of the day following. The total number of courses is not given, but Ward mentions that be had to eive in after partaking; of 138 TWADDLE In, the month of March, from to MWte mch aent to Lib- eral papers for advertiaemente which had not been published. ''f. "Leader Bobertson at the Red Deer ConTention. What small talk! to adrertising the Alberta gov- ernment is not a spendthrift. It in as carerul, as iar as ft expenditures with this paper, are concerned, at any rate, as the most economical adver- tisers we hare. It never a cent for adVertiainf unless it appears tbe required number of times and the papers containing the adTcrtiaement hare 3o be sent to them before cheque comes, too. PrMUfcnt. SAC., If. f br.thrtn will :-w.n. t. a CONYBEARE JONES-C. F. P. Conybeare, K.C., D.C.L.; B. Morton 13 Jones, B.CX: Barristers; solicitors. etc. Conybeare Block, 'Lethbridge, Alberta. SURVEYING HAMILTON YOUNG-Engineera and Surveyors. Room 4, Whitney Block. c- ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTORS F. B. Whitney Block. Room 9, JAS. A. Macdonald, Block, Redpath Street, Letlibridge Alta. M-TDODD-Architect, Calgary and Lethbndge. Specialist in Fireproof- ing, sanitation, heating and ventila- tion. Ernest E. Carver, M.B.A.A Etc- Managed Lethbndge- Office, Bryan Block and Guild- er. Estimates cheerfully given. Re- pairs and alterations executed at the shortest, bndge, :Alta. W. R. BRpWN-Varnishing' house- hold furniture. AU classes of signs painted. Carriage painter. Houte painter.- Paper- hanger. finisher, etc. Phone "124. 25 Ave. EDUCATIONAL THE LETHBRIDQE SCHOOL OF ?HORTHAND AND TYPEWRIT. INO-J. E. McGregor, F.I.P.8., Principal. Government Public Stenographer. All chutes of type- writing work undertaken. Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Financial AgenU. Fiscal Broken. for ttyil CtNicrici U4 All Siockt Haadlcd HEAD OFFICt-VIOTORIA, B Meet. and .0. 1st 3rd Mondavi in K. of P Hall at 8 o'clock; Vititinp are cordidljr inrftod, OMt HIIIMVWJ. I ;