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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Daily HeroW Printed by the Daily Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at office, Round St., Lethbridge Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Di recttr and Editor Subscription Daily, one year, delivered Daily, six months, delivered nnn Daily, three months, delivered Daily, one month, delivered Daily, one- year, "by mail Daily, six months, by mail Daily, by mail... 2.00 1.00 .35 3.00 1.75 .85 Weekly Herald, one year 1.50 Addresses changed aa often as de. sired, but both new and old address must be given. LETHBRIDGE AND RAILWAYS Lethbridge, since the acquisition of the line to the south by the C. P. as simple as powiblc. and that the procedure under such an Act should be as cheap and efficient it if pos- sible to make it. The Alberta Gov- ernment has throughout its abort ca reer shown" ilaelf to be a firm frienc of the laborer, and this new evidence of consideration for the interests of the workingman only bears out what might have been expected from the history oi pastjsessions of the legis- lature. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 39, int. OUR POINT OF VIEW The Vancouver Saturday Sunset doesn't agree with the action of the United Mine Workers in deciding to allow Asiatics to join the union. It says the only way to settle the Asiatic problem is exclusion. The Sun- set in its criticism directs all its re- marks at the Lethbridge union, for- getting- evidently that the action was taken by the District Mine Workers the majority of whose members are in British Columbia. This fact de- stroys the following statement of the K. is practically a single line city aud. Vancouver paper, "It is not likely i tllJlf. "RfificiJi nnirm not bad at that. But lest we over- look the-fact, be it said that owing to the recognition of our certain des- tiny by the Provincial Government and the unplaced capital of the coun- try, we are going to be not only one! A few more gatherings of the rep- of the most important centres of our i resentatives of the several churches that a British Columbia union would be so short sighted and display such an ijrnorance of the problem as has flip Lf-tlibridge union." present line, but the ambitious goal of those two great wonder working roads of the far North. Yes sirs, as around the banquet tables would soon bring about church union. An admirable spirit- of union existed at the Provincial Government's railway last night's Laymen's Missionary polic-y is bit by bit revealed those I banquet. two roads creep ever and ever toward Lethbridge. Do you realize that the extension from Vegreville and Strath- cona will head straight for Leth- bridge? It has been talkeft of as the Calgary extension, but that is a. mis- nomer. It is the Lethbridge exten- sion. True it will have a cut. into Calgary, but its main direction is south-eastward. Macleod is rejoic- in the purchase by the C. N. R. of a .terminal site in that city, but as in. the case of Calgary that ambitious burg is on but a side issue. As the crow flies the line will come to Leth- Cardston and Calgary Liberals are preparing for the coming battle. Conventions will be 'held this -week 10 select candidates. CARDSTON Cardston, Feb. Quarterly Conference of the Alberta Stake Con- vened at Cardston Saturday and Sun- day. A large audience was present at each of the sessions. ..The priu- cipal theme dwelt upon was the tem- question. Resolution's to that Affect -were introduced and pass- WAS IN BED FOR THREE MONTHS. PEOPLE SAID SHE HAD CONSUMPTION. how T. G. Buck, Bmoebridge, Oat., vu cured (indibo her little boy) the urn of Dr. Wood'i Norway fine She "I thought I would write and lot you know the benefit I have re- wive I through the ute of your Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. A few ago i was sootully troubled with ruy Iimgs people I had "Consumption and" that 1 not live through the Fall, I had two doc- tors attending me and they were very much alarmed about me. I was in three months and when I got up I could not walk, had to go ou ay aad knees for tlirso vrwks, and my aeemed of no use to tne. I gave up all hopes of eve: better when I happened to see in _------Almanac that Dr. Norwav Pine Syrup waa good for weak lungs. 1 thought I would try a bottle and by the a lot better, to got __ _____ >mplete COIM, My iittlo boy was also troubled with weak lungs anci it cured him. I keep it in the house all the time and would not be with- out it for anything." Price 25 cents at all Beware of of Dr. Wood'i Norway Pine Syrup. Ask for it and insist on getting the original. Put up. in a yellow wrapper tnd three pine thu laark. Timothy Hay By the Bale Ton or Carload The Bentley Co. Ltd.i Vkstaiit iri Jktiii IfTIIllDEE We do not Claim that ours is the only place ior clean ing. pressiag and repairing. NOR DO WE claim that we the only place that gives you the best value for your money. Don't our word but take you have your clothes cleaned in other places, how Jong are the spots and stains invis- ible? When we clean your clothes by our dry or stearn 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 Herald dice TELEPHONE 353 Tuber, Feb. new firm of Stephenson Powell are now open for business in the store lately occu- pied by D, Frascr on Front St., as second hand store. For the present their stock will be limited to groc- eries and boots iind shoes, but they expect in short time to have a com- plete stock of ffeneral merchandise. Messrs. E. R. Wildnian and 1ST. A. JIcKellar, have been spending- the winter at their home in Button. On- tario, returned on flyer tonight. E. Malo today purchased the lot ad- joining- hJs butcher shop, on Main St. from Yuen Chow of Lethhridtre. The price paid was Ulr. ma T inrtt lUllUUUCCil iUlU pass- bridge, and this again emphasizes! eel at the Sunday afternoon session., two things that are i probability several delegates i greatness of Lethbridge and the cognition of the fact at Edmonton. The bridge over the river is the factor that is deciding Lethbridge's will be sent to the Moral Reform League convention to be held at We- taskiwih next month. P. G. Clarke. G. W. Heathershaw aud Amon Mercer, all of Magrath. came in on the Saturday train and spent Sunday here. Laycock, of Raymond, is spend- destiny as the principal prairie point on the C. P. E. Half a dozen lines to the east and west will meet here, before many of our hairs are gray, and two lines of a system are twice as good as one. So candidly one must need a powerful glass to espy any reason for a, grouchy soul in Eeth- bridge. These lines from the Korth will open up all that great area to the North, between Lethbridge and the Bow. They will not only develop Blairmore, Feb. Has- it but they will develop every acre of 01 Macleod, is spending a few it and realize a valuation of at in BIairaiore- we are pleased to note that'Mr. ing a few day? visiting friends fn Gardston. The new meeting house at Mountain View will be dedicated next Sunday. This building is a credit to the thrift, and industry of the people of whole Ward. BLAIRMORE for lands now idle at And then once here, they will go on to the South again. The Milk River too inviting for them to let alone. The Southeast is too vast and too virgin to be ignored, and the upshot of it will be that Leth- bridge .will discover herself to be the focal point of a great east and west system as well as two great systems bearing north and south. MORE LABOR LEGISLATION The amendment-to the Mechanic's Lien Act that has been brought down by the Alberta Government should go a long way towards simplifying prooeedure and expediting the speedy settlement of claims under the Act. The proposed amendment ex- tends the summary method of enforc ing liens under the Act (at present confined in its operation to claims un- der to all liens of whatever amount and practically makes it compulsory on lawyers to take the short and cheap method instead of is- suing a writ and going through the whole gamut of an action at law. The design of the Government when the Act was originally passed in 1906 was apparently to provide a simple and inexpensive method of enforcing small liens. It has, however, been: found in practice that in nearly all and Mrs. Harry Kanouse's baby boy, who has been quite ill is out of dan- ger again. Mrs. Bougerolle is very slowly re- covering her health. James Dougall, purchasing i agent for the West Canadian returned from Calgary on Saturday. He. brought with him Harry Lyon's little, daughter Lou who has been visiting friends in the city. Mrs. Bruuean returned from Mac- leod on Friday last. Miss Ross and Mrs. Haslett have moved, into Captain Beebe's house just opposite the school. They have very snug quarters. Mr. and Mrs. William Beard and family have moved into town in order to secure school and other convenien- ces. The Stork recently made a trip to Mar On's and left the merchant a little grocer. The Western. Mercantile is rapidly disposing of its remaining stock of dry goods and groceries. Sir. Goodhugh returned vesterday from Hillcrest where he went wrest the chess honors. from champion of that burg. will in the nerj- future erect a two storey concrete block on this property Tfae implement warehouse of S. Er- vine is the busiest block in town. The warm spring like weather is making the fanner think about setting- every- thing in shape to start spring work. G. A. Swanstrom. Deputy Consul tor the ATodern Woodmen of America instituted n lodge of that order here last evening The lodge is with a memlHtrship of sixteen, which will be. largely increased at the next meeting which will he held next Mon- day in the T.O.O.F. hall. Following are the officers elected last night- Venerable Consul. C. Heard: banker E. S. Bowden; escort, H. V Kath- ermes; sentry. H. Hehman; worthv nd owners ana- viser. P. K. Collett; clerk, A. J. Rob opera house 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 TheShoeman Between Sage's and Roys inson; watchman, A. J. Wood; Physi- cians. Brs. W. H. and X. Aikens: managers. D. W. Burns, E. O. Wright and J. H. Barton. Messrs. Workman Bros., ihe new owners and- managers ni' ihe O'aber DRAYING ....WITH...'. JUS. FRAME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 Farmers or Ram-here if you want to buy or sell a Ho rsc Call at RODGERS4 YOUNG Sale Stables Wood St. LETHBRIDGE PROFESSIONAL CARDS MEDICAL STIRLING I AND DISTRICT City Property, Business Sites, Farm Lands, and Coal Lands DR. W. 8. GALBRAITH-Physician. 8urgeon, Accoucher. 9 a.m., 2-3; 7.S p.m. QfBce 91-4 Red- path St. Phone DOCTORS MF.WSURN AND DEANE -Redpath Street. Hours-Before a.m., 2-3, 7-8. DR. A. and rooi.-n. Stafford Block. Office Hours-U- 12, 1.3, 7-8.30. Phone night and day 277. DR. J. E. LOVERING-Phyaician, Surgeon, Accoucher, Oddfellows' Block. 9 f.m., 11 to 1. 3 to 5, 7 to 8. Phone, day and night, 342. D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., C.M.-Special- ist, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Stafford Block, Leth bridge, Alia. Office a.m. 2-5 p m 7.8 p.m.. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE R. A. Davis j Jf Stirling DENTISTRY DR. O. J. COURTICE Graduate of Northwestern Universi- ty, Chicago, 111. Office 1-5. Rooms II and 12, Macdonald Block. .dance last vhlctj. -Tas Igiffirely attended and en- ioyetl by all.' The Taber Literary heiU a interesting Just even MIS. The Rev. D. Jouas cave- l interestincr address on trip the West Indies" and IMr. I iT-ive ornu'i opcnlnsr R. Vickery read a to the WRECKED GREEK QUARTER Omaha, Neb., Feb. on avenging the murder of Patrolman Edward Lowery who was shot Friday night by a Greek prisoner, some three thousanc] men and boys today partly wrecked 30 in the Greek quarter of South Omaha and created a riot during which two boys were wounded with birdshdtv The police cases where a workman or helPless for almost three hours IThe Greek residents and business men with their wives and children man has to take proceeding to en- force his lien, other workmen and materiahnen are in a similar posi- tion, and, as the Act provides that til proceedings in respect "of the same shall be joined and the rights of all 'claimants worked out in the one, proceeding, it has been found that there are relatively-few cases in which when all the liens are joinec together they, do not amount to more than The result has been that the summary, method of enforcing liens provided by the legislature in 1906 has not been adopted as widely was expected it would be. The Alberta government propose there fore amendjthe law by strikinf out any limitation to this method being adopted and penalizing any lawyer who does not adopt it by giving pow- er to "the court to deprive him of any exti-a costs he would otherwise be to charge his client by car ryi% on an ordinary action at law to enforce the lien. The feature of the 1908 Act however, making the judgment of the court of first in- stance final in all cases up to still retained. The proposed amendment gives full power to the court to do whatever is to dispose of the matter upon the return of a ten day ium- mons to the defendant and absolutely and in all cases with the necessity for bringing an ordinary action. The Government have acted opon well founded principle that fefiitetkm socfc the Mechanics' Act, being for the benefit of Ixwm.ADd persons iupplfinf nuter- in no podUon to iQOflld fled in panic from the quarter at- tacked. NEW TOWN OF STIRLING In Southern Alberta, part of W. 32-6, W. 4 Hayr Transfer .Co. Leave your Orders for COAL, etc. AT- HayrBros.Narilwarestore PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN PHONE 180 UNDERTAKING ADD I SON Under- takers .and Embalmers.. The oldest established business in the city 102. Office and residence! 321 Crabb St. Parlors open day' and-.night. MUSIC MADAM ;Pi- aniste, organ and voice produc- tion. Visits or receives pupils. or advanced. Coaching for exams. Howard House. Crabb Street. STIRLING is one of the most promising- towns in Southern Alberta. WHY of unto the third and fourth generation will point back to 1909 as the year when Sage had his mstonnding Forced Removal Sale which began on Monday, first day of March in that year, -v You who are privileged to lire in present can get full of this wle in ntxt Friday's and in Saturday's great "Trade cf the Herald. STIRLING is located in the heart of the'district where the crop returns are-55 bushels of winter wheat to the acre. The farmers in STIRLING District are enterprising and successful fanners. The land in the STIR- LING District has been acknowledged by agricultural experts to be the best in Southern Alberta. STIRLING is located about 19 miles southeast of lethbridge and is now an important railway centre. It is also expected that the Weybura extension will run to this point. The lots in this desirable townsite are all high and dry, and all good sized building lots. The title is perfect, and can be secured at any time upon final payment of purchase price. The lay-out of STIRLING is ideal, with main streets 100 feet wide and a lane running back of each block 20 feet wide. Prices range from foAmsiness lots down to for residential lots, on terms of 1-4 cash, balance 3, 6 and 9 months, withiirterest at 6 per cent. For full particulars write or call on OR. KOELLOR, who will be found at STIRLING with blue prints and plans and priee list of lots. TO THE PUBLIC I We have bought out the Star Transfer Co. Draying outfit, and are prepared to execute all orders for DRAYING promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered promptly. Cath on delivery. J.S, Phillips A. L. Pattern Phone 70 Office in Nelson Gow'j Store K. Cooper, con- cert baritone. At liberty for con- Homes, etc. JFor terms apply, Lethbridge, Alta; MR. ALBERT of Dr. Briggs, M.A., Song Singing and Voice Culture.-. Pupil of Chaa. Hancock, Esq., F.K.C.O., L.R.A.M-, Organ aud Theory. Voice pipe organ, piano, harmony and theory, song singing. Open for con- certs, banquets, recitals, etc. Terms .on application. Box 690, Leth- bridge, Alta. JOHANNES H.' MACMILLIAN-Pu- pil of Henri Verbruggen, of Borne Italy; Carl Simjna, of Berlin, Ger- many. High Class Scotch music a specialty. Open ior recitals, ban- quets, concerts, etc. For terms ply Royal Collieries, Lethbridge. LEGAL L. M. JOHNSTON and Solicitor: Office adjoining Union Bank, Lethbridge. W. C. SIMMONft-Advocate, Barris- ter, etc. Southard Block. f Coal, Ice and ii PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONGBROS.Proprietors Office opposite PHONE ea CONY8EARE F. P. Conybeare, K.C., D.C-L.; B, Morton Jones, B.C.L. Barristers, solicitors, etc. Offices: Conybeare Block. x SURVEYING HAMILTON and Surveyors. Room 4, Whitney Block. ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTORS Standard Land Co, lethtiridge LETHBRIDGE LOUut NO. SI C. B. P. O. E. Meets on the second and fourth Tues- day of each month at 8.15 p.m; E. A. 8HARMAN. M. PEIEST E. R. SecreUry F. B. Room 9, Whitney Block. JA8. A. Macdonald Block, Redpath Street, Lethbridge Alta Y. S. SHCPARD, SHEPARD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE LODGE PRIDE OF No. 293, ALBERTA, SMS if [Rjlud leietit Socirtr Meets in the Oddfedllows' HaU every first and third Wednesday in the fiionth .at 8 p.m. For full particulars apply W. J. Wade, Fred T. Bobiw W. President. Box 57. W. M. Calgary and in Fireproof. ing, sanitation, heating and ventila- tion. E. Carver, M.B.A.A MR 4 A-AXC., Etc.. Manager Lethbridge Bryan Block. and build- er. Estimates cheerfully given. Be- pairs and alterations executed at the shortest notice. Box 730, Leth- bridge, Alta. W, R. BROWN-yarniahing house, hold furmture. -'All classes of aims painted. Carriage painter. Houae painter. Paper hanger. W6od. Phone 124. 26 Ave. FRED.- proprie- tor of the Arlington-Hotel, contract- or and builder. Estimates furnish- ed free. and alterations promptly attended, to; Box 96 Leth- bridge., Utilfllji NTNI m Meets atd 3rd M o n d ay? in K. of P Hall at f o'clock. R. E. engineer and contractor. Lighting and pow- ETans and specifi- er installations. P._______, cations. Office McKeown's ware. Phone 302. Hard- EDUCATIONAL THE LETHBRIDQC SCHOOL Of bretbren are cordially invited. a. ASHCROFT, W.P. QUS NEIOIO, WJ. A.F. It A.M., O.R.A. Lethbridfe Lodge Refultr iiiMtinf night, the third Thursday of each month in the Masonic Hall, P. 0. BJodt, 8 p.m. Vititinf brethwn wUl tl. way? a hearty wekoaM. f A. 0. W.H. 0. V P. 0. Bot MT. McGregor, P.LPJ.. Government and Public Stenographer. All classes of type- writing work undertaken. CorportHon 4. Capital All HIAO ;