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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Daily Heruid, Wednesday, Tw Daily Herald Established December, 1907. Published by the Lethbridge Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawfuli ing at its office, Crabb St., Lethbvidge. Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Director and Editor PHONES and News Department Circulation and Job Departmens. Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered Daily, six months, delivered ...J2.0C Daily! three mouthsdelivered Daily, one month, demerea Daily, one year, by mail Dally, six months, by mail Daily, three months, by mail Addresses changed as often as desir ed, but both uew and old addresses must be given. WEEKLY lor other diseases; or as a general prac- jtitioner; or as an operating surgeon; as a dentist. We believe that the dentist can and does more for the race than any other branch of what for a better term we call the healing art. If you asked us what was at the bottom of good health in this country of ours we would say good teeth and good footwear. The Vide Uishts 1 dentist can save the people's teeth or give them new ones, the teeth are be- hind digestion, and digestion means health Thcrefere, TUe World pays ribute to the master dentists now in he city and the splendid new college hey are opening for purposes of in- struction. The dentist is worthy of all the de- ference and respect that we pay to the doctor; be is a good friend of the race, and if you get to him in time he can give you more for your money than any one we know of." How He Got Even A travelling man who stutters all afternoon m trying to sell u grouchy business man a bill of goods, and was not very successful. As the salesman was locking up his grip the grouch was impolite enough to observe in the presence of his clerks: "You must find that impedi rnent in your speech very Inconvenient at times." -Oh, replied the salesman "Every one has S-stammering is "I'm not aware that I have re his p-peculiarities mine. What's y ng over the head of the British eminent is a shillalah. Published every Wednesday in eigh pages, ahd contains a summary of the world's news of the week, local and foreign. n -Q One year, in advance Six montifd, in advance Three mouths, in advance........sue THE DAILY HERALD Is one sale at the following plac Cross Drug ana Store, J. G. Robertson Co., J. J. Johsston. "Macleod-Youns R. Ham- ilton. Pincher Creek-E. J. Mitchel. D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie B. B. Suddaby. Crinb-'ook, B. C.-BeaUie te Atchisou. L. Reinecke. Tughar.. Bow F. Werts Hotel News Stand. Also on all C. P. R- trains. THE POLITICAL SITUATION Up until a day or two ago the politi- cal sky of Alberta was the most serene ef all such skies in Canada and the present situation caused by theresigna tioa of Hon. W. H. Gushing comes to the public as a great surprise. xPrem this distance it is hard to know just what is the real cause of the trouble. Sir. Cusbing is not a man. to act rash- ly or hurriedly and doubtless Has strong feelings eitfeer from a personal or a political standpoint to prompt him to take the course he has. It is probable that within the next few days the whole matter, whatever it is, will be sifted out. Until that time it would be unwise to form any defin ite conclusions or judgments one way or the other. The Rutherford govern- ment has had a good and honorable record and Mr. Gushing has had a part in making the record. The time to form opinions as to the differences be- tween them is when the facts of the case are known. OUR POINT OF VIEW There seemed to be considerable un- animity amang- the members of the legislature about the reply to the- plied the merchant. "D-do you stir y-yeur coffee witl "Why, yes, of replied th merchant, a bit puzzled. went on the sales your r-right asked the salet> man "t-that's your p-peculiarity. Mos people use a t-teaspooii." speech to the throue. How They Take It It is more fun to see a man read Messrs .Smith and Roberts aparent- I putt on himself in a newspaper tha ly left nothing more to 'oe said on the to see a fat man slip on a banana poe reply as even R. B. Benett did notJThe narrow minded man reads it ove make a speech. It is misses such, a chance. not often he seven or eight times, and then got- around to appropriate what copies h ean. The kind-hearted man go hang-jaround to the and pays or ov owes. The successful business ma who advertises regularly, immediately The corporation, snow shovelling bri-; to find the editor, and the two wa You may have been told that fruit fanning is not a poor man's proposition wn to state that under ANY conditions, fruit farming on the Arrow Lakes We wist) to on tue prairie, nnd under our system, we make it requires capita farming, and eveutually secure himself a home in this -d fo? and excludiug failures and losses, should get uu annual return of to wnnn no vou can figure it out for yourself if you will take the trouble. Now then iu the first place, will buy 10 acres of fruit all cleared, placed iu orchard four yeirs old, uiider our system, -and leave you iu your pOCkiCTt'h-w been nroven bevond question, that 10 acres in this condition will return, if ulanted Iu small stuf! between the rows of trees, at least ?400.00 per acre or JnnJfnv VltU a steady increase as the trees mature, and you can earn money at any i nmnicwmMi: durlne these four yers, as you do not have to touch your land. There- ?o e ThPi with Sis amount cA-apltal in an ideal position u> make himself in- fipnp'ndaroi a fruit ranch. The other extreme is the man who cannet pay more than the 1st way went of We have a plan by which this man can secure a trult larm, home and a living at the same time, providing he can do a man's work, and home ana a mms ISNT THIS GOOD ENOUGH? IF YOU CANNOT SEE HOW IT IS POSSIBLE, CALL OR DROP US A CARD AND WE WILL CONVINCE YOU. Professional Cards MEDICAL OR. S. GALBRAITH-PhyeioUo Surgeon, Accoucher. 9 a.m.; 2-tf; 7-8 p.m. Office 914 Bed- path'St. Phone 53 DR. phyu clan. Bryan UlocJc, Room 21. hours 9-lU; a-5; 7-10. DOCTOR Before 9 a.m.; 2-3; 7-8. St DR. A. McNALLY-Oflice Sttflord iJlock. Residence, cor. and Crabb. Phone; O'fiice 2T7; reaidemw 72. D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., Eye, Ear. an -1 Throat, Stafford Block. Lethbridge, Alia. Office hours: 9.30-12 a.m., 2-6 p.m.. 7-8 p.m. DR. GARNET T. grad- uate Royal College of Dental Sur- geoss, Torento. Office 219 Sherlock Building. Hours 9-12, 1-5. Phone 463. MACLSOOAND GRAHAM RB.C flrwunr LAN os LOAN1 FARM DR. J. E. Physi- cian and Surgeon. Electric and X- ray treatment. Office Room 18 Sherlock Building. Corner Redpath and Glyn. Hours: Till 9; 1M; 3-5; 7-9. Sundays: Till 10; 1-4; 8.30-9.30. Phone clay and night 1242. ;t> oration, snow snovemns uii- sacie were out working bright and ear. slleuUy down the street and the Iv yesterday and kept the good work ness man takes sugar m his and thej j f ___ Iifia tc gade were up with the result that there will not be so many slippery sidewalks when snow melts. Whoever would have thought of such, of such a storm cloud showing up on the calm of Al- berta? Is Halley's comet to blame for both eat a clove or two ami life is sweeter and peace settles down on their hearts for moments. Such is the experience of a mustard seed that falls on. different ground. THE REAL The city of Peterboro, Ontario, is as- suming metropolitan airs. The last move in that direction, is to appoint a censor on the local theatres. Premier Whitney met a travellers' delegation en the question of hotel ac- commodation with, the assertion, that be could slide down a rope if neces sary. The premier, however, has be- come adept in wriggling out of difficult THING IN CIGAR LIGHTER O LOTS IN INGSIDE RIVATE MATERNITY HOSPITAL. rooms are bright, warm nnd well .ventilated. Good food. wash- Ing done iu hospital laundry. Pa- tients may bare visitors any time during the day or if very ill may have a friend First floor is medical cases. Terms moderate Telephone 269. .Miss G. A. Dainty, graduate nur'so of Nicholls Hospital Peterboro. and three years exper- ience in hospital work in New. York is iu charge. places. Hamilton Men Invent Cigar That Strikes Just Like a Match Itself Hamilton, Feb. Lee, of the Hamilton post office, and E. T. Garlley, of Crown Point, have gone one better than the citizen who invented a cigar striker on the side of a cigar, and have aplied for a patent on a cigar lighter that will do away.with matches altogether. The lighter consists of a little bit of stuff on the end of the ci; ;ar. To light the weed it is only neces- JOHN The death of John Charlton, who for more than a quarter of a century was a member of parliament for North Norfolk, removes one of tae politica Heroes of -Canada. A Liberal of the strong and sturdy.type, the late mem her was one of the most active of tin Opposition critics in the days of Si Joun A. Macdonaid. He was decidedly independent in his views and would as quickly esp-ess a difference of opin- ion with those of his OWE party as he if he differed from those on the oIPosite o> the House. He made a special study of trade with the Unit- OTHER SANCTUMS jsary to strike the cigar just as one I would strike a match. The substance makes a small momentary blaze, cre- ates no smell, makes no noise and no smoke, and has no taste. The blaze is Distance Lends Enchantment (Stmhmore Langdon is talking about gettin over almost instantly, but the cigar is lit beyond doubt, no matter how strong the wind or what the conditions. _____ __ up! The inventors think they have th brass band. It is a good thins we I best thing ever from a smoker's stand are twenty miles from Langdon. The Best Part of Lethbridge The Part That is GROWING PER LOT Down and a Month II ._______ 1 NO INTEREST NO TAXES MRS. K. L. sional Nurse, 719 Bompas St. 17-0 MRS. Nurso, or New York Hospital will give mas- sage treatment or take cases in nursing. Address 922 Ford Street. LEGAL JOHNSTQNE RITCHI iers and solicitors. Office, adjoin- ing. Union Bank, Lethbridge. L.M J. Nerman Ritchie. CONYBEARE, CHURCH McAR THUR Barristers, Solicitors. Notaries Public and Commissioners. Conybeare Block. Lethbridge. I iii 1 1 SIMMONS Solicitors Notaries. Money ft-: loan. Offices in Canadian Bank cJ Commerce Bldg. W. C. Simmons; S. J. Shepherd. The Standard Securities Company Prosperity in St. Thomas (St. Thomas The city got 76 cents from the point. OLIVER BLOCK Traction company for fares collected last month. The council should em- ploy more help at the city hall to count this money as it comes in. or closer trade rslations with that country. His name is, however, indel- ibly stamped on the history of this country by reason of his legislation in the interests of moral reform, the pro- tection of women and children btn the special feature. For several years Us health has been poor and he has Jived in comparative retirement, but fifteen w twenty years ago when he was in his prime he was the hero of more than young man who was be- ginning to take an intelligent interest jii politics. The insignificant Groom! (Toronto A fashionable wedding took place in Ottawa on Tuesday afternoon. In race church, when the marriage of Miss Evelyn Powell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Berveley Powell, was solemn- ized by the Rev. J. assist- ed by Rev. Mr. Patten PrescotL The wedding dress was of duchess satin and rose point lace. The maid of hon- or was Miss Gladys Perry and the Misses Kathleen Ross, Eva Lessard, Nora llcKeil, Elsie Patton, and Emma Oliver were bridesmaids. Mr. Clifford Howard, Montreal, was best man. NOMINATIONS !N QUEBEC Quebec, Feb. for mayor and thirty-four aldermen, the city of Quebec took place today. Senator Choquette and Aid. Drourn were nominated for the position of mayor. This afternoon twenty alder- men "were elected by acclamation and polling for the fourteen contested seats will take place on Monday nex-t We are sole agents in Lethbridge for the Ah! Why? (Calgary The old question "Why pay rent? has now been turned around by the majority of the church people into "Why pay SIGN OF PROSPERITY The Canadian output for pig iron has bean estimated at tons by T. J. Druminorid, president of the Lake Su- perior Corporation. Up to the begia- ning of the twentieth century the an- nual production was under tons. That a steady increase in the OHSUl. output Is being planned for is Indicated by the fact that iraporta.nt additions are being made to the plants of the Do- minion Iron and Steel Co. Lako Super ior Corporation and Canadian Iron Cor poration. When completed these bring the aanual capacity of Canadian fur naces up to about tons of pi iron. In finished product the stee trade also made marked progres in recent years. In 1S02 over tons of rails were imported into Can- ada, but since 1904 Canadian mills have very largely supplied the demand which now totals about tons an- nnally. i Tte ftntirl fiarait Ca. PHONE 544 WOOD 8T. SULTAN IS HOSTILE Tangier, Feb. Mulai Ha d to-day broke off all diplomatic rela- ons with France, refusing to ratify le agreement negoti- ted at Paris or to rcceire the French -H-I M H-? i H'H TRIBUTE TO DENTISTRY All the credit for helping suffering huraauity and keeping it from suffer- ing In a physical sense does not be long to Tvbat might strictly be called the medical profession. On the occa sion of the opening of the new Denta College ia Toronto and the convention of dentists from Canada and the Unit