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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta TS. Established December, 1907. Published by the Lethbridge Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful at its office, Crabb St., Lethbridge Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Director and Editor PHONES and News Department Circulation and Job Departineus. Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered Daily, siy months, delivered Daily, three months, delivered Daily, one month, delivered .....35t Daily, one year, by Daily, six months; by Daily, three inoaths, by mail .----S5c Addresses changed as often as desir 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 news of the week.1 local and foreign. One year, .in Six moiitfui, in 'advance .........75c Three months, in advance........uOc THE DAILY HERALD la one sale at the following places: Cross Drug and Boob Store, J. G. Robertson Co., J. J. Johnston. Co., R. Ham ilton. Plncher J. Mitchel, D. L. ilcCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie, B. E. Suddaby. Cran brook, B. L. Reinecke. Grassy Tugha-r.. Bow A. F. Werts. Hotel News Stand. Also on all C. P. R. trains. I the Canadian ministers aud the next 'step was to hear what the Admiralty 'had to suggest to put the principle into practical effect, The Admiralty suggested that certain vessels be con- structed as the a Canadian navy, to this the Canadian ministers agreed, and the proposals before the House are directly in line with the Admiralty suggestions. ASQUITH'S PROGRAMME. Premier Asqulth seems determined not to complicate the -political situa- tion by allowing any other than the two main considerations to come be- fore Parliament. The questions to be settled- are the budget and the veto power of the Lords. The coun- try, by its electorate, has decreed in favor of the budget, and the govern- ment is determined it is to pass. The power of the Lords has to be curtailed, or else that body must be made more representative of the peo- ple. The Lords must either give up their position us an absolute body, responsible to no one but themselves, or else give up some of their power in regard to legislation. These are the two issues settled. The C I Daily Herald, of their task grow lighter. There is rest and recreation in music. What They Know About the West. (Edmonton Bulletin.) A member of Parliament thinks the West should use Nova Scotia coal. He apparently has never been West. Side Uchtt Absent-Minded. A Canadian farmer, noted for his absent-mindedness, went to town one day and transacted his business with the utmost precision. He started on his way home, however, with the iirm conviction that he had forgotten something, but what it was he could not recall. As he neared home the conviction.increased, and three times he stopped.his horse and went care- fuUy through his pocket-book in a vain endeavor to discover what he had forgotten. In due course he reached home and was met by his daughter, who looked at him in sur- prise, and exclaimed, "Why, father, country has-passed favorably on both j where have you left ot them, and it is the aim of the gov-I eminent to see that they are put in-i to effect. Now that King Edward has read his speech to the British Parliament. the final fight for the budget may be said to be on. A Just Fate. During the war of 1S12 between the Untied States and Canada, a battle i fras fought on the Atlantic seaboard a Canadian and vessel. On board..the vesseel was an old colored man who was: not noted'for his truthfulness, in fact, he was known among the men as "the father of liars." After the battle was over and the American vessel sank, the captain of the Canadian vessel ordered the jdeck to be cleared, all the dead put I overboard, and the wounded takea to One hundred thousand dollars a day the hospital, so- that the boat would OUR POINT OF VIEW. If John Redmond-says there Is go-L" ing to be a fight, it is altogether like-' y there will be one. It may not be just as he wants it, bat there will be a fight. is pretty mighty good pay roll for There must be a lot of around Fernie after pay- one town. loose cash day. G. Glass and J. B. having! dead, was he? THE AGRICULTURE SCHOOL The success of the short course agriculture school, which closed on Saturday, has been such as to war- rant the government continuing it but what large number of farmers, having found out the value and bene- Positions as judges fit of the course, will come next year. The addresses and demonstrations were eminently practical, and the classes were conducted in such a way be ready fo action at a moment's no- tice. After this was done he order- The man replied, "I threw the nigger overboard-" "The nigger was not as to give the students a chance to him. Now some unkind person will suggest that he Is trying to work the chief for a free passage back to Moose Jaw. Winnipeg must be a terrible place to live in, when, three people in one afternoon try to kill themselves there. work. the great interest shown is indi- cative of the desire of the farmers of Alberta to be good farmers, aad to find out the best methods. At the school were to be seen men forty or nfty years bf age means of making their farms be- come and remain profitable. Farm- ing by .accident or by guess is not their -method, and the splendid re- sults of the operations of many Al- berta farmers have come from a sci- entific study of conditions and meth- ods. The work of the short course agriculture school is to essV.s sore farmers to do this, to get the neces- sary information and means of study and research that they may be able to adopt the best methods. Now that the value of the course has been clearly demonstrated, tha attendance and interest will Increase.' THE TORIES' EMERGENCY The whole case of the Conservative party-on.-the nayy question Is-based on the. emergency due to the menace of Germany. If.there is no such em- ergency then the Opposition have no case. But they will not be told that there is no immediate danger, or that the British navy as it is at present is fully capable of handling any ene- my, that may arise in the immediate future. Premier Asqulth quite recently in an address "Let me say, then, once for all, and 1 speak with full "deliberation, and after careful and prolonged enquiry that the navy to-day is able to main- tain, not only this year, but in the years that lie before us, our. suprem- acy at sea, and should the necessity arise, which God forbid, to guarantee the integrity of our commerce and the inviolability, of our Empire. The sister, service, the army, is reaping now in full'measure the benefit of the foresight and the constructive power and the undefeated energy of Mr. Hal- dane." This is the statement of. the Prime Minister of Great Britain, after, as he says, "careful and prolonged en- quiry." He, surely, is In a better position to know the; real conditions than are the members of His AlaJ- esty's loyal Opposition at Ottawa. Sir Cyprian Bridge, an eminent authority on .the naral strength of Britain recently r "The real truth is that our navy is at this moment, so far as the num- erical strength of Its crews and iU ships Is. concerned, much stronger than that of any foreign power, and quite equal to the so-called two- power standard. There is also no reasoa to fear that it will not be maintained at. its proper strength for years to If the British navy Ig up to the strength stated, and there are no -higher. authorities to quote, there is -absolutely nothing to justify the expenditure.; the Opposition would feaye the country-make. defence conference the importance of the .Dominions, beyond the -sear laying the of fut- 'navies: of their, own, ronld contribute 1m- aad materially to the re- quirements of Imperial defence. This vler awt with the approval of the tfoara or Trade trophies, are stock and grajjn at the fall fairs. of A fellow gave himself up to Chief because his conscience These B. C. people will have to be "He said he was the man plied, "but he is such an infernal liar that I could not believe him." The Language of Despair An intelligent foreigner Is said to have expressed himself after 'the fol- lowing fashion on the absurdities of the Englsh language: "When I dis- covered that if. I was quick I was fast, if I stood firm I was fast, if I spent too freely I was fast, and that not to eat was to fast, I was discouraged; but wuen I came across the sentence, "The nrst one won one guinea I was tempted to give up English and learn ITJ.A.I C LLf careful in their proposal that no language." ientals be allowed to ,hold land 'in this country. if that 'is adopted it will mean that no Vancouver real es- tate_men can buy subdivisions at Toklo or Yokohama. After .the brilliant victory of the lo- cal curlers over .their ancient enem- ies at Macleod, is it not a. good time to begin a real live movement to- wards getting a curling rink for this The roarin' game sport a great Hon. Geo. E. Foster made some tre- mendous investments, and stood to aake big proflts, and all without risk- ing a dollar of his own. If the time ever comes that R. L. Borden is cahed upon to form a government, he would feel quite justified In putting the Honorable George E. in charge of the department of high finance. He's an expert. FROM OTHER SANCTUMS They're Taking Notice Now. (Toronto Star.) Isn't it instructive to notice how promptly Germany stepped up and sued for trade peaca with Canada as soon as this country bought the Xiobe and started to build a fleet? What About The Others? (Phoenix Recorder.) We do no thave enough music in the home. Children who sing at their work will hardly quarrel; and sing will find the burden EXPENSIVE INSULT. Toronto, Feb. Magistrate Deni- son to-day fined two men, Meyer Sarks aud Sam Levin, twenty dollars and thirty dollars respectively, with the option of thirty days in gaol, for calling strikebreakers of the Contin- ental Costume Company "scabs." "I -want it to be 'distinctly under- stood that I object to that 'he stated decisively before Imposing the fine. The men were pickets of the striking cloakmakers. We are sole agents in Lethbridge for the 1910 i :H I I I I I I I I I I. The Staaiarf Garage Co. PHONE 564- WOOD ST. HOME STATIONERY The of good stationery is requisite both for good taste and expediency. The writer of a letter is often judged by the stationery used. Save yourself all difficulty In this way by getting your stationery at THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. Safe.SatUfactory Drug Store Acadia Block, Redpath St. Day and Niflht Phone 555 Night Bell Dispenser. Picture Framer. .i, j T McLean i I General Teaming t i i Phone 1039 j. j. Coal must be paid for orr-" jT delivery inn HIM NEW iARNES COAL MINE CO. Lethbridge 496 BEST COAL ON THE MARKET Strictly C. (X D. Car load lots our ''specialty. Shipped promptly on receipt of Order. You may have been told that fruit farming is not a poor mail's proposition We wish to state that under ANY conditions, fruit farming on the Arrow Lakes requ res less capital than grain raising on the prairie, and under our svstem, we make' It farming> and Wiiwulf a home 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 WhlcU wo have vei'mGfi Showing that a man to purchase ICO acres on most favorable terms, and put It in condition to keen him- requires about capital before it is self-sustaining, this is working with a ?ew iU, posslble- At Uie eud of he will have hlJ farm ?m no and Iosses- get an anmml fc caii fig-re it out for yourself if you' will take the trouble. ol'chTr f pocket f w111 buy 10 acres fruSt land' cleared. our 'system, and leave you in your TiArriri T'tru' i fc UVJ m all b WE TAKL rHL CHANCES. ISN'T THIS GOOD ENOUGH' WE 'S US A CARD AND AND ALTA LOTS IN MQRNINGSIDE The Best Part of Lethbridge That is G PER LOT Down and a Month NO INTEREST NO TAXES OLIVER BLOCK Lethbridge I M MM -f INSURANCE REAL ESTATE CITY AND FARM LOANS FOR SALE Fully modern 3 roomed house on Bruce 3L, Riverview, facts south. Price and terms, -apply The H. ladietb CALEDONIAN HALL The Hall is open to let for dances, parties, banquets, etc. Best floor in steam heated, kitch- en in connection, all modern conven- iences. Parties wishing to engage ap- ply to J. H. Kellie, Western Plumbing Co. Professional Cards R. ANDREW SMITH, B.A.. L.L Barrister, Solicitor, Public, etc." 4 Alberta Block, Rjtm.l street! W. D. acoountaal Audits, liquidations, general acooun- ing. and advice thereon. Acadii Eiock, Lethbridge, Alta. viaauct No. 53 I. O. 0 F Si and Meets every Monday night in Odd-' of Christ church, Mac- fellow's Hall at 8 o'clock. Ieod' ffives Iessons in Visiting members corafally invited to attend. L. W. STEBVES, N.G. A. CATHRO. R.S Box 1270. 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 THE CONSERVATORY AUDITOR- Ashmead and Bompas streets, the largest hall In the city is now open for use for At Homes' Dances, Concerts, Entertainments etc. For terms, etc., apply on the premises. 2g.o LETHBRIOQE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Oljn 9t. Club Toom open evening 7.90 to 10.90, Sunday AU Beotemen welcome. A- L. JOHNSTON, 8eoy.. Sherlock Block. B. GIBBON. Box 320. rJIITEISDM IIOS, DRAYING And General Team Work COAL ORDERS promptly at- tended to. PHONE 472 A. L, Patterion Patterson Express and Wagon for Hire Prompt Senrice Phone 585 and 1023 Modern Woodmen of America Lethbridgt No. 1IMI in the Oddteilowt Ipurth' WcanWdif of month.0 will il- receive a hearty Oovn- C. L Oriffth; Bilker. W I !T. Phone 623 City Agents Horses for Sak JUST, ARRIVED twtttf, bead of youag work konei, 1250 to. 1450 tim wei LOANS On improved or for ;the im- provemeRt of farm lands for one year or less up to five years. I John L WeUs P. 0. Box 101 Sherlock Blk.r I IC I I I M I! I 1 -H Meets First and third, Saturdays in K. of P. Hall at s o'clock. Visiting brethren are. cordially iavited. J- McBRIDB S. LODGE PRIDE OF AUBERTA, if [imHtaefit fcfctj Meets It the Oddfellowji' Hall For of ticutars appry F.-.T. RobiBs, A. J. Warren, W. President Box 57. Canada Western Chartered Corporation Capital 1 1- Financial Fiaoal Ag f All HIAO Professional Cards MEDICAL i ________________ r i ,__ DR. W. GALBRAITH-FhyHioiM Surgeou, Accoucher. 2-3; 7-8 p.m. OfflcoQU fed- path Si. Plwne 63. DR. ciau. Bryan Block, Room 21 Offlce hours 9-12; 2-5; 7-10. DOCTOR MEWBURN-Redpath St Before 9 a.m.; 2-3; 7-8. aor Sit' Residence, oor. Bompaa and Crabb. Phone: Office 277; Dft. C. C. Surgeon Accoucher. Office, Alberta Block Rewdence. corner Glyn and Bom-' Pas. Hours, 1M2; 2-4; 7-830 DR. GARNET T. IVES-DonMst grad- uate Royal College of Dental Sur- f eons; Toronto. Office 219 Sherlock BuHdlng. Hours 9-12, 1-5. PhCne DR'J- E. Phvsi can and Surgeon. Electric and' X- ray treatment. Office Room fndrGivn Corncr h and Glyn. Hours: Till 9; 1M; 3.5- 't' Sundays: Till 10; 1-4; Pnone day and night 1242. fr, 8tay- floor for medical cases. Terms .moderate Telephone 269. Miss G A raie graduate nurse of NIcholls H Peterboro, and tkree years MISS VERONICA O'CONNOR-AcadK Block, Redpath St. Ladies' hair dres .facial and. scalp massage, combings made un lor lariioo ii ____ Lethbridge, AltaT" Address 922 Ford Street. JOHNSTONE A RITrwic Bank of Commerce BIdg. W. c. Simmona; 0...-., iDUN Solicitors and Notaries. Money to loan. Southard Block. Land Surveyor, Irrigation and Hy arauuc Engineer. Rooms 5 and G lock. P. 0. Box 657. Phone ARCHITECTS- AND CONTRACTORS Black, Redpath Lethondge. Alta. Wf Calgary Lothbndge. Specialist in Fireproof JKg, sanitation, heating and ventil- ttion Ernest E. Carver, M.B.A.A "A.A.I.C.. Etc.. Manager Lethbndge office, Sherlock Stock. Phone 1241. WILLIAM and Con- tractor, is prepared to sivs estimates free of cost on 'all kinds of work in tne building trade, including re- aerations, 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 EX and elates to be obtained for the asking. 1220 St. PrCvBox 41-26 parting, car etc. 23 Argyle A Pbone 720. Box 3< w nv up to date undertakers embalmers In the city, black snrt white cars. the Herald office, Phone -Strict attention paid to all opea day and night. T. 5. DIrectoi ifotc op to parlors in doors of OSicc, Ford 8t White Black Cars. Phone 661. MADAM pian- ist Teacher of pianoforte and voice culture. MISS NORMAN teacher of dancing, ballroom and stage. Crabb St UBLIC C Tuff, 516 Hill block ferln at. Fbcae 574. P. O. 191 ;