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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 2- The Daily Herald, Moiittay, February Daily Herald Tl 1907. Established December, Published by the Lethbridge Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful Ing at Crabb St, Lethbridge AlberU, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Director and Editor PHONES and IsTews Department Circulation aud Job Departmeos. Subscript.on Rates Dally, oae year, delivered Daily, six months, delivered Daily, three Months, delivered Daily, one month, delivered Daily, one year, by mall Daily, six months, by mail Daily, three months, by mail ------Sac Addresses changed as often as deslr ed, but both new and old addresses must be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight pages, and contains a summary of the world's hews of the week, local and foreign. One year, jn advance Six moiitifs, in advance .........75c Three months, in advance THE DAILY HERALD oae sale at the following Cross Drug and Book Store, J. G. Robertson Co., J. J Johnston. Co., R. W. Ham ilcon. Pincher J. Mitchel, D. L McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie, B. E. Suddaby. Crantrook, B. Atchison L. Reinecke. Grassy Tughar.. Bow F. Werts. Hotel News Stand. Also on all C. P. R. trains. j means. New Zealand government, j whose conduct has so extolled by j Canadians eager to place their own (government in a false light, has driven a keen bargain. The Dreadnought is not to take its place in the North Sea, but it is to be the flagship of the China unit. In return for permitting the FROM OTHER SANCTUMS readnought to be stationed at a dis- the New Zealand government de- ands'that two British cruisers, three estroyers and two submarines shall kept in New Zealand waters in time peace, and that the flagship shall isit New Zealand at least oiice a year, ew Zealand pays only for the building r the Dreadnought not for its annual uaiuteuanee. She demands also that even other ships be stationed off her oasts at the expense of the British and manned as far as pas- ible by New Zealand officers and rews. New Zealand will contribute nly yearly toward the navy, nd this sum is io be spent, not to elieve the British taxpayers, but to the wages of the and men above the British level, which is con sidered too low. Cana a does more than either of he other daughter nations. In the first place Canada immediately takes harge two arid maintains them per mauently. Australia merely mdertalces o maintain the dockyard at Sydney a soij.o future is the used in the agreement. Canadr s io build and maintain five uid Australia three. Canada is to ouiia six cestroyers Australia the number. Canada will bui'd no .sub marines at present although Ausirali? have three. But Canada >viU pay every cent of the cost of maintaining her fleet, while Australia will take take yearly from the pockets of the British taxpayers. Even though Australia will build a Dreadnought, Canada is paying more for naval de- fence. A Drawing Card (Nelson Colonel Lamb's statement'that .of the large number of women brought to Canada two years ago by the Salvation Army quite half have married should uake good immigration literature. have a few troubles of our own jus now. Getting Ours Now (Calgary They are talking of having another lection over in the old country. Now just hold on a minute. We Political Pot (Calgary A Hibernian friend says that Mr Boyle of Sturgeon, is trying to put th ;overnment in a stew. Another say that Boyle is trying to roast them. A Gallon-t Remark Rev. C. W. Gordon (Ralph Connor is placed eleventh on Winnipeg's Us of millionaires. His "Black Rock" mus have had quartz in Star. Well, it had several good p'ints anyway. r Side You may have been told that fruit farming: is not a poor man's proposition We wish to state that under ANY conditions, fruit farming on the Arrow Lakes requires less capital than grain raising on the prairie, aad under our system, we make it uossible for a man to go into fruit farming, and eventually secure himself a homo in this MOST DESIRABLE PART OP THE WORLD, ON LESS THAN CAPITAL. We cannot use this space for details, but can show you if you will call, or we will forward the figures, which we have had verified by actual ftirmers. Showing that a man to purchase 160 acres on most favorable terms, and put it in condition to keep requires about capital before it is self-sustaining, this is working with a view to economizing in every way possible. At the end of four years he will have his farm paid for, and excluding failures and losses, should get an aunual return of to You can figure it out for yourself if you will take the trouble. in the iirst place, will buy 10 acres of fruit land, all cleared, planted in orchard, four years old, under our system, and leave you in your pocket. It has been proven beyond question, that 10 acres in this condition will return, if planted in small ututf between the of trees, at least per acre or annually, with a steady increase as the trees mature, and you can earn-money at any other employment during these four yers, as you do not have to touch your land. There- fore: The maa with this amount of capital is in an ideal position to. make himself in- dependent oa a fruit ranch. The other extreme is the man who cannot pay more than the 1st "payment of We have a plan by which this man can secure a fruit farm, and home aod a living at the same'time, providing he can do a man's work. WE TAKE THE CHANCES. ISN'T THIS GOOD ENOUGH? CANNOT SEH HOW IT IS POSSIBLE, CALL OR DROP US A CARD AND WE WILL CONVINCE YOU. 'Professional Cards MEDICAL DR. W. S. GALBRAITH-Physioiiu) Surgeon, Accoucher. 9 a.jis.; 2-3; 7-3 p.m. Office 914 path St. 53 DR. phyil clan. Bryan Block, Room 21. hours D-12; L'-5; 7-10. DOCTOR ME WB Before 9 a.m.; 2-3; 7-8. St. DR. A. BUfiord. Block. Residence, cor. Crabb. Phone: Office 72. DR. c. C. Surgeon, Accoucher. Office, Alberta Block. Residence, corner Glyn and Bom- pas. Hours, 11-12; 2-4; 7-8.30. D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., lot, Eye, Ear, and Throat Stafford Block, Lethbridge, AlU Office hours: 9.30-18 4-6 n in 7-8 p.m. I LANDS DR. GARNET T. grad- uate Royal College of Dental Sur- geons, Toronto. Office 219 Sherlock Building. Hours 9-12, 1-5. Phone 463. THE NEW DAILY N Our esteemed contemporary has an nounced that it has disposed of th news end of its business ;to Mr. J. H Woods, of Calgary, who is to publis a daily. The Herald wishes to tak this opportunity of extending its goo visii55_ and welcome to the ne-sr pub Usher and his enterprise. The Herald could not and did not expect to have this city and district to itself forever. It knew that some time or other the; rap- id growth of the city and development of the dstrict would attract some one who would share with us the honor of representing Lethbridge in the jour- nalistic world. There is no one we would rather have in this relation than the gentleman who proposes to take it. The relations between the Cal- OUR POINT OF VIEW Unless several hundred dog tags are purchased within the next few days there will be more than one voice raised to the tune, "Oh, where. Oh, where, has my little dog Very Often True "You Hainericans say we 'ave n said the loyal Britisher, "bn> I'll 'ave you understand, sir, that Hinglish jokes are not to be laughed A Queen's Kindness The Madrid papers are telling a pret- ty story about Queen Amelia of Portu- gal. A short time ago, while motoring in a country district the chauffeur mis- took the road, and the party did not know which way to turn. One of the gentlemen in attendance asked a peas- ant the way. Yhe man looked at the magnificent car then at the company, jand thought thew were f making fun of uhief order regarding the dogs should be quite an inducement for a "Jungle" factory to start up here. If the dogs are not put in the same class with other domestic animals, the owner of some horse or cow will walk through the other by-law on the ground that it is discriminating. gary Herald, of which Mr. Woods is .manager, and the Herald, have been most cordial, and there is no doubt but what these relations will exist be- tween the Daily News and ourselves. That they should exist is the desire and intention of the Herald. Already the courts have shown that Foster drew up the cheques in Fos- ter's favor and that Foster. endorsed Foster's cheques and deposited the money in Foster's account. (him. 'As if you did hot he said. The Queen laugned, and assured him they were lost. Not until then did the peasant condescend to point out the way. "Give him this for his said e Queen to one of her escort, handing him a gold piece. "Here, my said the latter, "is a little present from the Queen." The following day the peasant pre- sented himself at the palace, and asked to see Queen Amelia. I PASS THE DOG BY-LAW To-night the. city council is to dis- cuss the doe by-law as proposed by Chief Gilespie, -which provides that all dogs be kept tied up, or if on the streets to be led by chains. It is safe to say that in of the strenuous opposition of a few, eighty-five per cent.' of the people of this cicy heartily approve of the byla-w. Some talk as If] the by-law were an unheard of thing and absolutely without precedent Such is not the case, "however. In Brandon, Manitoba, there is a smilar by-law. The Herald is not quite sure of the names of the municipalities of Ontario that have had such a by-law for some time but thinks that they are Owen Sound, Berlin, Gait and a few others. The by- law is said to be quite common in the United States cities. The Herald is strongly in favor of the by-law. No good reason is apparent to tis why dogs should not be put under the same restrictions as other animals, especially in view of the fact that they are a good deal more destructive than others that are required to he tied up or led through the streets. It is argued by some that their particular dogs are not a nuisance and never do any dam- age to other people. That may be true, although even that is a matter of private opinion. But granting that, there are a score that are a nuisance for every one that is noL Moreover, it is no very great task to find horses and even cows that could be safely turned loose and little or no damage expected from them. This, however, is no rea- son why all horses and cattle should be allowed to run at their own sweet will. It should be no more hardship for people who own dogs to take good care of them and prevent them from being nuisances to everybody else. The council will receive the approval of the great majority of the citizens if they the by-law. When there is not a mine disaster or a big wreck to tell about they general- ly manage to stir .up a lynching bee down in the central states. There is no proof that it is all part of a pillicity campaign. It certainly. brings notor- iety. Although at the present time all roads do not lead directlv to Leth- "I know he said mysteriously; "I saw her yesterday, and I want to see ner again." The attendant would have turned him away for a .madman, had it not happened that one of the ladies-in waiting recognized him. Presently, he was ushered into hei Majesty's presence. "Yes, 'tis he said with great satisfaction. "I did not tell the yesterday; I have two little ones without a' mother. Wilt thou b their With womanly tenderness Queen bridge, it seems that all railway tick-1 Amelia accepted the trust, and had the ets are cancelled here. Every "train empties out at this station. King Edward says he is perfectly agreeable to the speech he, is to de- liver at the opening of the House. There are lots of members in the House who will not agree with ft when it is read. little ones pleaded in a special institu tion under her patronage. LOTS IN MORNINGSIDE The Best Part of Lethbridge The Part That is GROWING ilOO.00 PER LOT Down and a Month DR. J. E. Physi- cian and Surgeon. Electric and X- ray treatment. Office Room 18 Sherlock Building. Corner Redpath and Glyn. Hours: Till 9; 11-1; 3.5- 7-9. Sundays: Till 10; 1-4; 8.30-9.30 Phone day and night 1242. PRIVATE MATERNITY HOSPJTAL. rooms are bright, warm and well ventilated. Good food, wash- ing done in hospital laundry. Pa- tients may hare visitors acy time during the day or if very ill may have a friend stay. First floor IB for medical cases. Terms moderate Telephone 263. Miss G. A. Dainty, graduate nurse of Nicholls Hospital' Peterboro, and tkree years exper- ience in hospital work in New York is in charge. MiSS VERONICA Block, Redpath St. Ladies' hair dres- sing and shampooing, facial and scalp massage, combings made up, manicure for ladies and gentlemen' Lethbridge, Alta. MRS. K. L. l KT... MR6. Nurse of New York Hospital will give mas- sage treatment or take cases in nursing. Address 922 Ford Street NO TAXES The Standard Securities Company OLIVER BLOCK Lethbridge tr t t f'MffM r -t- 'INSURANCE The people the civilized world have got their eyes and attention cen- tred on the British capital to see what is going to drop whether it will be the Lords, the budget or the govern- ment. A fifteen thousand dollar school will be a good indication that Carmangay is all that is claimed for it. That kind of school is not built 'at a mere cross- road. Carmangay is a town and no small one either and it is to be a great deal larger in a very short time. We are sole agents in Lethbridge for the 191O REAL ESTATE AND FARM LOANS Thirty' Ihe Standard Garage Co. PHONE WOOD ST. Margaret MacPherson, elder of the two sisters who were so brutally as- saulted by Robert Henderson at their home two miles east of Norwood. Ont., at noon on Saturday, Jan. 19. the perpetrator of the assault, will now have to face a charge of murder. -H- FOR SALE Pnlly modern S roomed house on Bruce St., Riyerview, 'aces south. Price and terms, -ip'ply I Tke THE EXAMPLES OUTDONE The opposition at Ottawa have been continually in a general way holding up tne example-of Australia and New Zea- land Dominion government to follow In the matter of naval defence. They, However, have not been telling exactly what these colonies are doing and under what conditions they are doing it. It might be well, there- fore, to see just what they are doing and compare it with the proposal of the government of Canada. Australia will give a Dreadnought but it is to be the head of Australia's fleet unit. The other ships of this uni will be three unarmored cruisers, six destroyers and three submarines. But Australia will not pay for the whole service. The British government will contribute yearly tcward the coat of maintenance. New Zealand will famish a Dread- nought, but not unconditionally by any Three of the Best Ganong's Lowney's Roach Tcsdalc's No better lines or grades of chocolates made, and...... All Tresh THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Store Acadia Block, Redpath St. Day and Night Phone 555 Night Bell Dispenser. Picture Framer. i G. N. McLean i General Teaming H. MiiMhUpcy Phone 1089 Coal must be paid for on T delivery CALEDONIAN HALL The Caledonian Hall is open to let or dances, parties, banquets, etc. est floor in city, steam heated, kitch- n in connection, all modern conven- ences. Parties wishing to engage ap- ly to J. H. Kellie, Western Plumbing' o. 'w i Professional Cards GLASSPpp L 35, 710 iiompas Bt. 17-O LEGAL JOHNSTONS ters and solicitors. Office, adioxj- inp Union Bnok, Lethbridge. L.I4 J.'Norman Ritchie _ .1 McAR Barristers, Solicitors. Notaries Public and Commissioners. Conybeare Block. Lethbridge. SIMMONS Solicitors and Notaries. Money tr. loan. in Canadian Bank of Commerce Bldg. W. C; Simmons; S. 'J. Shepherd. HA. J. Solicitor. Notary. .Roozii 14. Block. Viaduct Lodge No. 53 I. 0. O. F. leets every Monday night in Odd- fellow's Hall at S o'clock. Isiting members cordially invited to attend. L. W. STEEVES. N.G. CATH1UX R.S Box 1270. R. ANDREW SMITH, B.A.. L.L E. Barrister, Solicitor, No tv etc. 4 Alberta Block, R.iun.1 street W. D.- Cli altered aesountain Audits, liQuidationa, general nccomr ing, aud advice thereon. Acadij Alta. JOHN J. ano Office. Rooms 2 and 3 Ott Biock MR. j. W. and Choirmaster of Christ church, Mac- leod, gives lessons in voice cultiva- tion, organ-and pianoforte .playing and theory. Lessons given in .Leth- bridge commencing Monday, Feb. '7. 710 Courtland street. 55-26 POAPST Solicitors and Notaries. Money to loan. Southard Block. SURVEYING THE' CONSERVATORY AUDITOR- Ashmead and Bompas streets, the largest hall in the city, is now open for USA for At ARCHITECTS Dances, Concerts, Entertainments, etc. For terms, etc., apply on the premises. 28-0 W. H. YOUNG-B. A. Sc. Dominion Land Surveyor. Mine Surveyor. Post Office block. Phone 14-J7. 41-26 J. F. Land Surveyor, Irrigation and Hy- draulic Engineer. Rooms 5 and 6 Whitney Block. P. 0. Box 657. Phone 1042. Sherlock Block. T DRAYING And General Team Work COAL ORDERS promptly at- tended to. A. L. Patterson JUST ARRIVED of young work kor 1250 to HW ia LETHBRIDGE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Caledonian Hail. Glya 8t. Club room evening 7.30 to 10.30, All Scotauea weltome. A. L. JOHNSTON. J. B. GIBBON, Box 320. Oemp No. 19B3I Meets in the Oddfellows Ha'l eeond and fourth thf month. Viiiting beichbore will tl. ways recaiye s hearty 0. L. Griffith; Backer. W 4 NEW BARNES COAL MINE CO. Lethbridje Box 496 BEST COAL ON THE MARKET' Strictly C. 0. D. Car load lots our specialty. Shipped promptly on receipt of Golden lest lealtyCa, Phone 623 i City Agents Express and Baggage Wap for Hire Prompt Service Phone 585 and 1023 Modira WoodfltencW America AND CONTRACTORS Architect, Whit ney Block. Lute of Williams Broa Architects, Datroii. Whitney Block. Rocin m. JAS. A., Redpath Rtreet AlU. IttlWy ImC N. 137 Meets Firsi and third Saturdays in K. of P Hall at S o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. J. McBRIDE SHIVELY, W.P. GUS. NEIDIG, W. S. W M. Calgary and Lothbridge. Specialist in Fireproof ixg, sanitation, heating and ventil Eines; E. Carver. K.B.A.A M.R.J., A.i.I.C.. Etc.. Manner Lethbridge office. Sherlock BlocK Phone 1241. WILLIAM and Con- tractor, is prepared to give estimates free of cost on all kinds of work in the building trade, including re- pairs, etc. Box 519, Lethbridge, Alta. J. H. and Builder, is in the market with a fuH line of new ideas and prices that are worth JDTestigaung. Plans an4 estimates to be obtained for the asking. 1220 Bompas St. P. 0. Box 1372. 41-26 J. F. Rodgers Sale Sublet Wood Street, Lethbridge J LOANS On improved or for the im- provement of farm lands for one year or less up to five years. John E. Wells P. O. Box 428 109 Sherlock Blk., Lethbridfle i n i: i i-ii- LODGS PRiDE OF ALBERTA, No. 2S3, Sw if tyUtf iaefit Society Meets IB the Oddfellows' Hall every first and third Wednesday of the month at 8 p.m. For Tult par- ti cu tars appiy F. T. Robins. A. J. Warren. W. President Box 57. W. R. palmting, car riage paiating, paper hanging, waT decorating, etc. 23 Argyle Ave Phone 720. Box 27S-C Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital UNDERTAKING np date undertakers and emtalmers in the city, black sad white Office next the Herald office. Phone -682. Strict attention paid to all cases. Parlors open day and nighL T. 8. Dlrectot and Embnlr..'_r. Most up to date parlors ID ilty. Five doors west of Post Office, Vord St White and Cars, Phone 561.. Financial AK Broken. FitcaJ Agents for Coflieriei All Knocks Handled MIAO V.OTfmiA, P DRESSMAKING MISS and ;s' Tailoring. Betfu block next to Bentley's. UBLIC G. Tuff. Oflke 516 HiU block, Dnf- 'erin St Phone 574. P. O. Box 19? ;