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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBHIOQt. ALBERTA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, II TN Daily Herald Printed by the Daily Herald Printing Co. Ltd., every lawful evening at its office. Bound St., Lethbndge. Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Di- rector and Editor Subscription Rates lands arc held at a figure around per iiore. They were donated by the Dominion irovt-rmneiit to the uni- versity e-'iincil tor university pur- and an- exempted from taxa- tion. Archio. it claimed, is losing ;t in taxi's. ;uid there is a .small atU'iut.'uifv at thv schools on account oi tiii? vacant land. The CuuiK-i! considers that the university I on the s'Ue, (Ico. Mooiv. ilv swift Uiinl-buSv'imm, .Humllos liners for vow Hut slow tho itiuw. When he wants to cuti-h wife. There's Mr. Green, first baseniun. lie's his heart To a line young lady of this town. He'll "Mark" some day. should br taxed. The muni- eijviiiiy is handicapped, it is claim- ed, by lands held by private specu- i laturs. the university and the C. P. I All prixise to -Mr. Bunnernmn. Tin- ".Muck" who pJayixk loft Burden lives out om farm; tlis hair is full of hayseed. Hut still has his wooden arm. Daily one year, delivered ,ju> lands bein'jr held at! Manutrer of Our Club. Dailv, six mouths, delivered 2.00j a though Who has provided such 0 trout three months, delivered i-w or good things at the Hub, Dailv otie month, delivered.....35 not taxed. Tin- private lands are 100 av Dailv' one year, by mail 1-75 biph in pricts but are taxed. The j May he uve tone and he DailV six by mail universitv lands are located in large I the wish of all tonight: sired, "but both "new and old address JTiu- reeves nwi with the university j must be given. A SPLENDID RECORD. council two years aco. and asked for an ur.provenient, and the result that the lands were placed ou but the prict- is said to too high. In Alberta this serious Alberta a I'm- record vf achievement that the tlu> present Provincial Administration j had TO its credit should bt- sufficient; without anythine more, to justify tht-inability to tax biir areas of vacant expectation of a renewal of the not exist. The Alb tide-net- expressed by the electors iuJGoverauiunt rualiwd that u wa November 1905. It is universally j burden up a k'w settlers to pay} ami i venture to say there is not a conceded' thflt' the Government has! taxes on their lands in order to main- city in Canada with the population of initwwd progressive and sound leg-j tain a school, whilf big areas of land MAN TO MAN THE WORLD OWRE SHALL BROTHERS BE FOR A' THAT. To the Editor of the Daily Herald: Dear notice in your coUminsji last night an article re- the forming: j of a Scotch society iji this city. J think this is step in the rijfht diivc- tion. Benie u. stranger in the city.! 1 was much surprisetl to find you had not a sruod live Scotch society Timothy Hay By the Bale Ton or Carload islamv measures, and that their ad- j held by corporations and speeu- oi the public affairs and not taxed, and }jeen honest and efficient. There has ministration passed legisla been no serious matter of complaint from friend or foe during the term of j proceeds u> be devoted to the educa- oifice "i Premier Rutherford and system of the province. This Cabinet. Early in the life of the; law made a few fellows squeal, but Government it was christened by a [it made the farmers feel that they facetious Eastern paragrapher as had friends at court who were anx- "the Cabinet of all the virtues." and j ious to give "a square and to while no one claims for it a mono- j pn -vide educational facilities in dis- poly among Governments of "all the j tricts where the inability to tax these is a singular unani-j l-trw vacant hiding? alongside of mity of sentiment over the entire j cultivated taxed property was province that credit i? justly due to; hindrance to a school being estab- the present Administration for or if established was an .es- .able way in which it 'has conducted i tremely heavy weight upon 'the public affairs. An Ad ministra- i finances tion that has in little more than province the bis landowner must pay three years organized a province on i for education as well as the fanner. sound constitutional lines, consoli-; with his quarter or half section of dated ;iU the pre-existing laws., fram- land. ed and administered with remark-. .able capacity a comprehensive land tenure system, iriven the province police administration that has be- t coine widely .advertised both at home j and abroad, opened up the country in every direction by roads and bridges. made the railways pay at of the taxes of 'the community.! but what is away ahead in this direction. So 1 hope that all Scotsmen in this cit.v will make an the eftort lo be present at the meeting tion ini- j called for on Monday nicrht in the La- tux upon these lands, the bor Temple and form a sood strong society worthy of the name of Scot- land and. a credit to the social life of thus city. I am A brither Scot. the i In this! Side Ufihts BASEBALL TN LETHBRIDGE (By T. S. McKcnzie at the YOUQC ilen's Club Banquet on Thursday organized schools in every part of the huci lhe baseball craze .country where they were needed, fos-! TJJ nineteen hundred and eight. tered agriculture in every way possi- j Everyone both young and old, ble, successfully coped with the Talked, baseball early and late. lumber combine, established a newj judicial system, and reformed and j .cheapened the legal machinery of the; and introduced an-eight-hour bank day into-the "The Devils." all arrayed The Bsntley Co. ltd. i j Retiii ftioce We do not Claim that ours is the only place for clean- in jr. -prising and repairing. NOR DO WE claim that we are the only place that you the best value for your money. Don't take our word but take you have your clothes cleaned in other places, how Ion? 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 Henld Office TELEPHONE 353 The Railroad were strong-. So'caihered up a nine Men" thought they XOTE THE SHADOW on the note that it does no .shadow our Chocolates. Such proof- that- our- HIGH-GRADE CONFECTIONERY can stand criticism. Purest sugars, truest flavorings and always fresh; as a baby's smile. Superb Chocolates, Bon-Bons, Taffies, etc. Tru ours to-, Ruction's Kandy Kitchen A DREAM OF THE PERFECT SHOE will be realized if you call and get fitted with a pair of our. latest shapes and styles. They combine the best thought- and' the latest ideas for comfort and fashion. F. German The Shoemin Between Sage's and Roy's LADIES, ATTENTION 1 Mrs. S.'-Jpn'cs, Ivy-.Cottage, North is now ready to take orders for children's clothes and blouses and underwear, on the short- est notice. Bos 46-24 OPPORTUNITY FOR EVERYONE. Tonight will be your oppor- tunity to set- the Mysterious Frantz Caesar, who. with his moct wonder- ful illusions, has mystified l-he thea- tregoers of our fcr the past week. His marvelous and original, instan- taneous substitution.' "the noti rious trunk which was on the first three nights of the week, will be presented again tonight. This trunk act has been the subject of discussion all week, and it is by .special request it i? being placed on lhe bill tonight. Everybody says how is it- done, and however can the change be made so quickly. Now, everyone that is able should not fail to ,-iee this wonderful act, and to- night is your last chance. The great, Van Cello has won a wide reputation with'his extremely clever foot jug- gling. Also the Cowles, in their aer- ial gymnasts, with little Marguerite, the child wonder, will long remain in the minds of the -hundreds who witnessed their exceedingly clever feats. Commencing Monday night the Eureka has another excellent pro irrani for their appreciative patrons. Cosy Smith aiid her- four pickininnies will be u strong headliner Also tKe Barretts, th'at versatile' "pair, in their latest success entitled ttWho's Who." Singing, dancing and whistling, inter- mingled with comedy, and this alto- gether with t-he best moving pictures in the city, promises to make the program the the city. best and strongest in AFTER M1NTO CUP Toronto, nOt.. Feb. Querrie of Tecumseh Lacrosse Clnb will visit Montreal next" week to in- terview the Eastern Clubs regarding the proposition of Indians to; go in quest of the Minto Cup at New West- minster at the end of June. The In- dians must secure permission of the National "Lacrosse union before they can take the trip. Toronto Lacrosse Club h'as already given its consent. 50 HEAD OF Heavy Mares and Geldings To be SMI it City Market RODGERS i YOUNG Sale Stables Wood St. STIRLING !J AND DISTRICT t system, of-, telephones stretching fromj -one end of the province to the other, I s. introduced a system V of 'work-! Ami christened them "The The 'Young Men" then ffot busy. bunch ?ttrplti its revenues- o'ver 'its might-" fairly elaipi a of con-j- ;-iidence upon its "past record alone.. i But historv demonstrates that this claim has not. always been accorded d so at hist three teams' were hooked. contracts signed and sealed. To do their best to win the he. was chosen out- "balls" _and "Foul." "You're "Take ybur .Or- he likes. Ym jum T i j i S w th- the 'the validity one.'. would expect. It On our new Athletic field. has been said of fhe first reformed j Parliament of the Par-f elected upon the .franchise introduced by the Reiprm bill of and led by Lord Grey, that it put upon the statute books more needed and salutary legislation .thani Jud .Humphries was selected, i had appeared in the entire decade j And hjs job alriRht that preceded it, yet, Lord Grey was j Tjccaugc he's and strong: and ,fat. returned, at the next election by anchT. Anfl h eve-sight. f a reduced majonty that he found it j j uripossible to long, continue to direct j voice is like, a I the affairs oi state. The explanation Qr the distant roll of thunder given by students oi political history: -strike: one." you'll hear him of is that no greati- reform can be achieved without .an-i Now Mr. Graham, another sport, J tagonizin? interests so powerful and' Had a finder in the pie; .so energetic in their opposition odds how harfl player kicked, v this opposition more than counter-1 Just winked the- other eye.. got. from1the I peneraiT puolTeX by reason .of Smiled said. "Back to the very; ,of. dcvo-1 -jr tionvtb'-'the'best interests :of "the "peo-j It'll cost you pie at large has ever been found to There's no back talk with Graham, be an" unstable foundation upon which As: sure as vouVe alive. to" build so isr as elections are- con-! cerned. Tn the Ions run the states-1 AndL wa-s n an" man who devotes himself unselfishly! AXhen thc-v tnen as chese; to betterine- the conditions and schoolman Mr Brandow. eurrustances' M. his fellow -jmari- -gets threw with- ease. his reward. His name goes, down toj history, and is mshrined in the mem- ory oi the people for whom he toiled, j .but tfo often durinir his own lit'e-i timi'ii-hfc.. is at the I ...rlghtfejul-of given out j by returnuijr officer. i present Administration in Al-; v-'berta .'do well teheed r-nis .lesson. needs .ttieni, and their defeat} r'at ; next' eU-etion would be..little j fielder. Mr. Johnson. if calamity to'.the province, i who lately found a wife. -But that they have offended settled