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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHBRIPQE. ALBERTA. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, I MM. DaUy Herdd Printed by tb" Daily Herald Printing HIS EASIEST WAY (From the London Standard) A Hungarian peasant nainod Jan llirscb travelled to Budapest oa busi- St" PommS- Border WHY AM IILL? HOW TO TELL. Alberta, Canada. which would astonish his native vil- W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Di-j' lajrc. When he returned home he rector' Editor Subscription Rates Daily, one yaar, "delivered Daily, six months, delivered Daily, three mouths, delivered Daily, one month, delivered Daily, one year, by mail Daily, six months, by mail found that the cards bore the name I of Havisch instead of Hirsch. This j meant clear Joss of Is. Gd. unless he could make use of the He ac- 2.00 j cordinjrly wrote a petition on staiup- 1.00icd. paper, which cost him Is., asking .35 permission to alter his name. His !ftn Teeniest was irnxiUed and now he 3.00 Daily, three months, by mail.....85 j Weekly Herald, one year .......1.50 Addresses changed as" often as de- sired, but both new and old address must be given. 1.75 Jan Mavisch. with Gd. saved. j EXTRAORDI NARY INCREASE FARM LANDS STAYING AWAY OF THE JAPS 1 The Conservatives in order to car-1 ry British Columbia in the last minion election made a terrible buir-i Doos every cold your hack, axid a feeling of chillinesw, iVlluwtxl by of the kidney action, Docs the uso of spirits, tea or beer excite the kidneys Are you easily worried and annoyed over Are the feet and hands cold? Circulation bad? .Do the 'feet and legs swell? Is there puflincss under the eyes? Do you have rheumatism, poor eyesight, headaches and backaches? there gravel or any unnatural action of the kidneys? i If you have any of the symptoms i your kidnvys are either weak or diseased, I ind these gvmpumts are wa.rn.iugs of more serious troubles to follow Disease, Diabetes or Whatever you do, whatever you think "Southern Alberta is a Mighty Good Country." i Medicine, and see how well and fit vou feel (lirazil. Indiana. News.) i wfler even a few doses. or better evidence can! Mrs> Radissoo, SasL, writes: 'try I was troubled with very severe pains in my bac-k fox- years. I tried everything I aboo about ihe Japs and uceeede-.! i ru-iny of the settler who has deter could think of but they did ine no good. ion" Government agent, who secured Lemieux's settlement with Japan, Government agent, w i___ ihem the low railwav _..J_...., ....f Co Limited, Toronto, regard to emigration ha, been a ui J j In ordering specify no .1 i c-s v -________________________ sucess. There has been a "Mr. C. J. Brouditon. deriul falling in the of! Government 135 Adams St., i sonic of them insisted'on r the Japs coming to Canada -and this! Chicago: xp bad audacity enough brute husband on a rail out oflowu. has come about solelv through "le 'proposition of buying Cooler heads prevailed and the wo- peaceabfe j S Japanese government by a rep .ven-j heading up on the Little Bow, j boarders 'at once Itft the- hotel and tative of the Liberal flch got a home-j since then Mr. McEIony has been the Ottawa. fenced Three sou. owner. cook. chambermaid. the two homesteads, and und boarder. The next dav Werts hav. to take things as a nouse barn, .corrals and i Co. cuaninsheod all the board biUs nnd them, said Ralph Smith, AT. P. j due the hotel. and everything else i Timothy Hay By the Bale Ton or Carload Tte Benfley Co, ltd. ad Refill IHUIIKE We do not Caim that vis the only place lor clean- pressing and DO WE claim that we'aro the' only place that jrives you the best value for your money. Don't take our word but take When you have your cleaned in other places, how Ion? are the spots and stains invis- ible When we 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 HeriU Oice TELEPHONE 353 Farmers or Ham1 hero if you wniii io buy or Beil a Horse Call at RODGERS 4 YOUNG Sale Stables Wood St. LETHBRIDGE PtOfrCSSIONAL CAKPS for Nanaimo, in a recent speech Ottawa, "and broken some 200 acres of land, which y could the nbal chapter ended when the Bow j Island Hotel bought all ihe furnish- Mr. 9fi hJS i line to effect of thai s-'.rJeinent WH-i a yield average years j I1IMI- _______________ A DREAM OF THE into operation in June, 1908 and I: V1.from- Uu S bushfls .to the acre j PERFECT SHOE j must confess that I was myself sur-l in JuT S RAYMOND IjiU be realized if .you call and get! prised what the public records j tu 30 bushels to the acre on the av-1 Kayiuond Feb .21.-The infant f shapes combin'e Se snow since then. I believe in child oi -Mr. and Mrs. Kay Powell, and the latest ideas for! ing the facts as thev are whether j r -quUn a ounch been seriously ill with pneumon- comfort and fashion. L ucuici i jjyrsec. over nity. iu all. 350 ia and is not expected to live are ior us or whether they are j sheep, having sold 10 for mui-j We hear that Stirling has been Place Your Orders for DRAYING ....WITH.... 1 JUS. FRAME! Satisfaction Guaranteed STIRLING I i! AND DISTRICT i: inej are lor us or whether iney are (sheep, after having sold 10 for mui-I We hear that Stirling has been C PAnvMAM Tho against us. If this question is to tlll? fafi- We have 20 head of quarantined with scarlet "fever and the i be Settled it musf. hii !.iUXt- bred ShrnncliJro i be settled it must be settled on the registered Shropshire, public school has been closed. We facts and not on any political feel-1 w'lie'] art.-'worth ?20 each. The av-jhope that it does not spread over School the PHONE 289 i City Property, Business Sites. Farm Lands, and Coal Lands REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE MEDICAL OR. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucher. 9 a.m., 2-3; T.8 p.m. Office 914 Red- path St. Phone 53. DOCTORS MCWBURN AND OEANE Street. ,a.m., 2.3. 7-8. DR; A. McNALLY-Officfc and rooi Stafford Block. Office Houro-Jl- 12, 1.3, 7-8.30. Phone night S77. DR. J. E. Surgeon, Accoucher. Oddfellows- Block. 11 to 3 to 5, 7 to 8. Phone, day night, 342. 1 F R.A.Davis Stirfing A1U. t i Hayr Transfer Co. i; t Leave your Orders for JI Between Sage's and Roys W. K. Preston, Canada's trade com- _ t> i f" a uvci. ri'rs ormgs j aunuay ccnooi vesterciav. tne I i missioner in Janan announces that have wry confidence in the mteHi-15 and 6 cents a pound. We have i older scholars and the" teachers of Wednesdav evening. Thev have Slntends tSe gence and judgment of the people JO nead oi cattle on our ranch the Latter Day Saints Sunday School tended the invitation to the Sunday i Victoria Colonist and Vancouver British Columbia that when the facts! they I hpjd a meeting in regard to the Schools of that denomination in this j yexrs Advertiser for alleged defama- waltz dance which will be given neighboring towns and .they expect jtory statements published during the large crowd. j federal election campaign. cKs j.oi snel- Britis ________ are made known to them they -will! gladly admit that the settlement has ter" been effective. As I have said, the I "TfK> increase "f laud values has practical effect of the settlement j Our land four came into operation in June, 1908. We haveloldlne'sS Only 51 Japanese came into British tion for -515.00. but we would not sell Columbia in 1903. Of these j than ?25.00 per 51, 22 were women and children as the railroad wfth- ass i -f r 4. T lour our ranch within the a matter ui fact only 29 j next IS months. Southern Alberta --Japanese laborers entered British j of Western Canada is a mighty good Columbia in June, In. July countn- for any man or wohian who entered door liie: Tho, 1908, 39 Japanese ;Ortlnmhin Columbia and 01 were women and children, only 23 Japanese laborers ___ to Tl returns for their labor and that number 161 investment. leaving I "We have, been pleased with our i corning J treatment ircrn the Canadian Gov- J and can heartily commend j into the Province in the second month' af.d ].J after the settlement In Southern Albena as a splendid conn- -inno i -ewiement. in try m which to locate. JJOb, only 27 Japanese entered that! very truly, Province, and of this number 19 were (Signed) women and children, leaving only SJ s- Ainslie Sons." Japanese" laborers. Iu 908, only 21 Japanese entered DCATCD AT Province, and of these 7 were women! ITU DCAlCll Al and children, leaving 14 Japanese la-1 borers entering in September. Inj TCI A UH October, 31 Japanese came into Bri-j DUlf tish. Columbia and of these S were) and children, leaving 33 la-1 borers, entering the Province in Octo- T 1 iiow Island, THE EMINENT ACTOR FREDER- ICK CLARKE IN "MONTE CRISTO." Glance over the splendid record of ilr. Frederick Clarke who will ap- pear at The Lyceum on Monday, Har. 1st, with his excellent company- One year engaged to support' Julia Mai-low as leading -man "in "The School oi Scandal." Two years sup- 22.---This town is porting Thos. W. Keene the great reper ber. 1908 In November omv -ri -1- came last assuming metropolitan ways. We tragedian 5n lYliw T TN wiacvxcoiycai C mio uruisn toiumbia, and in Decem-1 have almost every kind of excitement toire." One year as leading man sup- ber only 16. Thns in the whole per-1 here. but the latest and most notor- j porting McKeen Eankin and Nance iod of SLS months the settle-' ious is the discover.y that we nave al 0'Nei.L -Three years '.supporting Flo- wifebeatei- in our town. About six rence Stone the well know actress of meat, onlv 198 Japanese have com? Wlleofater town. About six i-h i t t f come] months aeo one Robert McElony as- the Province of Bntish Colum-.j sumetl char-e of the Alberta hotel. At this time he worked on the Mr. Lemieux's amicable wifeiran the hotel. He soon quit the road, and put in his time rence Stone the well know actress of the Ferris Stock Go. playing between Paul, Minnesota, during the whole engagement at the Metropolitan Theatre: St. Paul, and the Metropolitan and Lvccnni Thea- i B. o. than the wild and violent talk f extremely jealous- A few days aco of Conservative stumpers. j the boarders were startled by" a wo- j man the of the hotel, and in a short time the OUR POINT OF VIEW wife. McElony rushed into the These .spring 'like davs should i :room of the hotel with'her rml-o j i" i S1X nioaths' old bab'v'in her make people tnmk of cleaning up their back yards. Pedestrians on Bedpath St. are wondering ii it would be possible to get that large patch of ice cleaned off. It does not look well or feel well on a business street. Whose busi- ness is it? Now is the time lor the residents j of the city to begin planning for the beautifying of their property. Make! Lethbridge a city beautiful. .-'j Lethbridge is used to the story of travellers that Lethbridge is and has been for some time, the best town in the West but to hear an observant traveller say that there is no better town in all Canada, causes us to feel particularly proud of our city. We believe it is true. covering her breast and the child in her arms. Excitement, among the boarders ran high for a time and Of INTEREST ON DEPOSITS Ottawa, Feb. the House of Commons today B. L. Borden was in formed-by the Minister of Railways that in connection with the construc- tion of the western division of the Transcontinental railway the govern- on nt had guaranteed bonds to extent of sterling, all of which bonds had been issued at the ntt. price of 92 1-2. asked if it was the intentif.i of the government to in- crtase the interest on the money de- pcfcited in the government savings banks until the said interest shnll to that paid government to Bothers. Mr. "Fielding said that he intended ;t6 go, into the question of savings bank deposits in his budget speech. It urns not his intention to increase the 'rates, bat an arrangement being made, whereby deposits might ;be turned into' stock drawing larger rate of interest. unto the third and fourth generation will point back to 1909 as the year when Sage had his astounding Forced Removal Sale which began on Monday. the first day of March in that year. Yon who are privileged to live in the pretent can Ret fall particulars of this sale in next Friday's News and in Saturday's Number" of the Eferald. Dad says, you can't get enough of a good thing, M-'m other says, t better than Perfection your ..pantry shel yeis. stocked wi th are al ways fresh and THE H083ET BISCUIT CAUT CO., LIMITED. Stratford, Hamilton, Ottawa, Sydney, Winnipeg; 113 AT- I HajrBrot Hart ware Store t f PROMPT ATTENTION GTVEN PHONE 180 a You have heard ol the wonders of B. C. Fruit Lands. How would you like to own ten acres in the famous Arrow Lake District, where irrigation is not required; and where the land yields a clear profit .of from to on ten acres every year. Where vegetables, and small fruits produce in such' abundance that the profits are almost beyond belief. Here's your" chance, if you have a little ready money or can save a few dollars every month. YOU CAN HOLD 10 ACRES OF THE FINEST FRUIT LAND IN THIS FAMOUS DISTRICT. Present prices of to per acre on; easy terms, in- terested in fruit growing an tjnnsn- al opportunity. to a Year Profit from only 10 acres This is the mostr attractive fruitx district in the Kootenay District of British Columbia. Nestled the mountains on the shores of the beautiful Arrow Lakes amid scenic beauty uiisurpassed, soil of exceed- ing depth and richness. THE LAND OF PERFECT-FRUIT No insect fruits pesta, good good transportation, good climate and good watei with roads to, every 10 acre tract with an inexhaustible mar- ket at your deor. THE ACREAGE IS LIMITED, THE OPPORTUNITY BOUNDLESS. A card brings free literature. The land is being sold rapidly. Hundreds of inquiries are being received, and fortune awaits the man who buys now. ARROW! LETHBRIDGE FNCtMAN, Agent. TO THE PUBLIC We have bought ont the Star Transfer Co. Draying 3uttit, and are prepared to execute all orders for DRAYING promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered promptly. Cath on delivery. J. S. Pfciipj A. t. PatfesM Phone 70 Office in Nelson Store 0. A. TAYLOR, M.D., ist, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Stafford Block, Lethbridge, Alta Office a.m., 2-5 n-m 7 r -8 p.m. ______ DENTISTRY OR. 0. J. COURTICE Graduate of Northwestern ty, Chicago, 111. Office 1-5., Kooms TT and 12, tfaodonald Block. AODI80N .SON-Leading Under. takers and Embahners. The oldest business in the city Office and 321 Crabb St. Parlors open day and night. MUSIC MADAM Pi- aniste, organ and voice produc- tion. Visits or receives' pupila, preparatory or advanced. Coaching for -xanis. Howard House. Crabb V Street. R. con- cert baritone. At liberty for con- certs, At Homes, _etc. For_ tenna apply, .Lethbridge, MR. ALBERT of Dr. Brigga, M.A., Song Singing and Voice Culture. Pupil of Chaa. Hancock, Esq., Organ and Theory. Voice culture. pipe organ, piano, harmony and theory, song- singing. con- certs, banquets, recitals, etc. Terms on application. Box. 880, Leth- bridge, Alta. OHANNES H. Pu .Italy; Catl Ger- many. .High, Class Scotch musie specialty. Open for recitals, ban- quets, concerts, etc. For ply Royal Cqllieries. Lethbridge. LEGAL M. JOHNSTONE-Barrister and Solicitor. Office adjoining TJaion Bank, Lethbridge. LETHQRIDGE J.OUut NO. V G. -B." P.' 6.'. Ev. Meets on the second and: fourth Tues- day of each month at 8.15 p.in. W. c. Barru- ter, etc. Office: Southmrd Block. JONES-C, F. P. Conybeare, K.C., D.C.I.; B. Morton Jones, Barristers, solicitors, etc. Offices: Conybeare Blook, Lethbridge, Alberta, SURVEYING -E- M. r HAMILTON YO UNO-Engineers and Surveyors. Boom 4, Whitney Block; ARCmTEpTS AND F. B. Room 9, Whitney Block. LODGE PBIDE OF ALBERTA, No! 2W, taeflt JAS: A. MACDONALD-Architect, Block; Redpath Street, Lethbridge Aha. Meets in the every and third the month; at 8' p.m. For full Wtde, Fred I. W. Preiident. Sec., Box 67. udlnijl Mnl Mi lit and: 3rd Mondavi Hall at 6 o'clock: W. M. Calgary and Xethbridge. Specialist in Fireproof, ing, sanitation, heating and tion. Ernest E. Carver, M.B.A A., A.A.I.C.% Etc.. Manager Lethbridge Office, Bryan Block. and er. Eatunatea cheerfully given. pairs and alterations executed .the shorteat Jiotice. Box 730. Leth- bndge, Alta. V W. R. BROWN-rVarnishing hooM- hold furniture. All classes of painted. Carriage painter. Howe Papery banger. Wood finisher, etc. Phone 184. 35 Argvfa Ave. brethren are cordially invited.. rf. A1HCBOFT, W.P. GUI NKI DIG; A.F. A.M., Q.R.A.V Lethbridge .Lodge Begular meeting night, the third Thursday ol each month in the Masonic Hall, PL 0. -at ff p.m. Visiting brethren will al. ways, receive a hearty, welcome. 1. C. Mewer, W.M. O. V. Storkey, SecreUry, P. 0. Box (17. FRED. proprie: tor of the Arlington Hotel, contract- or and builderr- ed free. Repairs and alterations promptly attended to. Boat 98 Leth- bridge. EDUCATIONAL WttllCTB Chartered Cor LH. CapiUl MOOjOOO Financial Agenti. Broken. LETHBRIDOE SCHOOL OF SHORT- HAND ANDr thorough business course given'by experts. Stenographers supplied. All classes .of typewriting under- taken. Speed classes a sMcialtr. Prin. J. E. McGBEGOR, holdet of American shorthand diploma; certi- ficated teacher of Shorthand and at- Sir Isaac Pitman's Institute, Bath, England. for LM All Steftfertf Moefcs HI AD 0; Philip Jmnlcson, a wtHl .known To- Tbnto clothier, LESSONS IN EXFRCSflON AND READINO-by Miss Olive ington, who has-studied at Carle- ton College, Northfleld. Minn., last three years and had' special training under Prof. Fitjpttrick, -of Ggtmbian Oratory School, Chi- go. Mondays only. hour, 1.50; hour TiSc. Any may see me at the Kerr Land Of- Monday, March I, before o'clock, or inquire of T. i. Me- Kentie. Tie Sflfvewe en refused to reinstate B. B. ;