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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Daily HeroM Printed by Daily Herald Printing Ltd., every lawful evening at office, Round St., Lethbridge. Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Di- rector and Editor Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered Daily, six months, delivered 2.00! Daily, three months, delivered 1.00 Daily, one month, delivered.....36 Daily, one year, by mail .......3.00 Daily, six months, by mail .....1.75 Daily, three months, by mail.....95 Weekly Herald, one year .......1.50 Addresses changed as often as de- sired, but both new and old address must be given. IJTHiRlDOt. AHMTA. THURSDAY FEBRUARY I Ml sJgILOJP nVkuai -IH'CBRiTISNAtY 1B1O HOME Orrice, LONDON. C. 8- BOWMAN, LETHBRIDQE, AGENT. SECRET COMMISSION House of Mr. Aylts worth't Measurt with a Few Amendments AN INDUSTRIAL TREATY The past two months .have, wit- nessed in the North of England .the introduction and initiation of a Ottawa. Feb. Ash. Wednesday and a. public holida the House of Commons put in a busj day, chiefly in committee of supply The Aylesworth secret commission biU was passed and there was a shoct talk, about the waterways treaty but the most o-f the day was spent in dis- cussion of the votes for public build- injrs in Ontario. In. regard to this bill. Mr. Ayles- I worth acreed to add two magistrates should sit at the summary trial of an of labor with enterprise and capital, j heve the rJffht of election of trial uu- to place tlie country in a position j dcr this law as made under any other. io continue its ever-iticreasing inter- i 2Vorth -S i-aJsed nftTfcmoi ___i. Question of the sacriice of Cana- dian interests in the <.f trea- competition with much t VV.A. I UJUV i stronger hope of success than has j ties between the United .States and in latter days possessed us. I Great Jn provious r.egotia- Alraost driven out C. P. R. Wiii Be Bvsjr This Year from Front Page.) Timothy u naif lldjf Hardisty and Wilkie. When this is built we will have completed our new short line between Edmon- ton and Winnipeg via. Wetaskhrin ,U. will extend the Laeombe branch thirty-five miles east from Stettler Beginning at Canary. we will ball last and lay 85 Ib. steel over 100 miles on the Edmonton branch. We will also construct number of sid- ing m this district to allow trains to pass more readily." West of Lethbridge i ti tions oi the harness jsecond to do with the Jnited S rates in trea- by the irritation and delays, result- v_ w ,.iwii ing in heavy financial loss and gener- ty-makinc the better. al demoralization, incident to the i The Premier thought sectional and general shipbuilding j should have eiven strikes, which were so prolific on the northeast coast, over a long period, less Canada out has 2Ur. Cuirie previous nut-ice of his intention, to bring the matter up. The Premier thought the Waterways c- T T- treaty ivas fair and reasonable deal- bir Christopher M. P., who 1 ine out justice to both countries. The directs the largest fleet of steamers i matter was then dropped din t will complete line between i and Cal- south end. We By the Bale Ton or Carload The Bentley Co, ltd. i ml litii! 6 apans, oae the Elk river at Elko and the WardneT" thC A Daylight Local "Well, I think you have pumped i me dry." said Mr. Price. -pumpea j But- the rejjprtt-r enquired __vwv vi j iiiu.n.ci Wits UltMl tirOPPc'Q. dying the British flag, and is govern-j supply thcre was some warm Hat .about prospecte for a daylight local Lethbridge and Medicine in yards lw officials proprietor of four shipbuilding cussion about Utc cost 'of the new mili- lw offi s. resolved to make one last ef- i tar3r buildings at Eanirgton. Br. Ed- wards f l fort to end the situation without en J wards of extinction was no necessity for those thoucht there the industry, sioned officers in eMnc- structions were to cost each Sand Edwards criticized 'these as the cost been creator because of the- founda- cut out oi solid rock. t0 at least so far as were concerned.. .So, calling together at West BArtlepool a conference of' the general secretaries and local deL! egates of all the trades unions con- j vernment should be ashamed of it. nected with the shipbuilding industry i Dr- Puesley said that the cost had of the country, .he laid before them j two (1) To sell Ms works outright, to the trades unions; or, failing their ac- ceptance of this proposal, (2) That they should become co- i partners with him in the under as io participationI and arbitration in all probability unique in the history of the rela- tions oi capital and labor, with the v. cardinal'purpose .that, henceforth no has the following resort be .made, on the one hand to stokes, or on the other to lockouts. The lodges of the trades unions em- Building Permits Of Lethbridge replied, "Yes, we ex- locals now 'running and Lethbridge run between Oranbrook and Medicine Hat summer, as soon as our summer time table comes into effect." me reporter related his while xvaiting to a ___ train at Grassy Lake. Oue "oT'the superintendents, replied "That will i be all right when the'new daylight! local begins to run.'' When speaking about the Bow Is- land gas well, Mr. Price, "Whv don't you get gas at We do not Claim that i.s the only place for clean- ing, pressing and repairing. NOR DO WE claim that we are the only place that gives you the best value for your money. Don't take our word but take you have your clothes cleaned in othpr how, long 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 Herald Oice TELEPHONE 359 or if you want to buy or sell a H o r s e dill at RODGERS 4 YOUNG Sale Stables Wood St. LETHBRIDGE PROFESSIONAL C4KDS t.. E. PATTERSON, Office, Oliver Block. Phone 887. NOW IS THE -time to insure your house an< furniture. THE ROAD TOMORROW LEADS TO higher prices. Buy your, lots TODAY 2 LOTS ON WESTMINSTER CLOSE to 3 LOTS ON WESTMINSTER NEAR each. 14 LOTS ON COURTLAND, CHOICE j each. 110 LOTS EAST OF WESTMINSTER I 4 LOTS OX SMITH ST. BLOCK 18, I immediately south of Fire Hall, Produces income: of jper month.- STIRLING AND DISTRICT J City Property, Business Sites, Farm Lands, and Coal Lands REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE MEDICAL W. 8. OALBRAlTH-Phy.ioi.n, Surgeon, Accoucher. 0a.m.. 2-3: 7.8 p.m. Office 914 Red- path St. Phone 83. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND -Kedpath Street. a.Jn-, 2; i' and rooi Stafford :Block, Office HOUK-II.' 7-3.30. Phone night and OR. J. E. Surgeon Accoucher, Block. Hours-Till 9 a.'ia.. 11 to 1 R.A.Davis St4rfing Hayr Transfer Co. I A DREAM OF THE PERFECT SHOE The buildin rush ahead. Buildin Fowler has issued the htisiueos continues to piovea in pools accepted the second proposi- tion an almost unanimous vote, on aa: experimental basis, io continue for twelve months, and the men themselves in a meeting, attended -by Sir .Christo- pher Furness, held in the .Grand building permits since the first of the month. He is evidently getting right after the builders. One build- ing was held up yesterday -because the plans had not been submitted for _ [approval. The builders were sdven shipyards oi the Hartle-! until Friday to do so. Wm. Reid, North Ward, addition, John Wishart, North Ward, shack Mrs. G. A. Danty, North. Ward, dwelling, Citizens Lumber Co., Baroness Road, lumber shed, J.. W. McKinnon, Riverview, rest from Calgary referred -to newspaper but Mr. Price assured us that fte above information about the C K. was solid fact to result in solid wort tms coming season.. "In the morning a train will ieave or. the terminals; Medicine Hat and Cranbroofc, arriving at their des- tination m the evening. The details oi the time tables, are not fullv work- ed out yet for What are the prospects for a dav- I'CK Theatre" at West: Hartlepool, on i Jen'ce, nrday, Nov. 14, pledged themselves j Wai. North Ward, 5 cot- without a solitary dissentient, to car-' ._ T. W. addition to fac- vr _. .---------and Medicine "Ai-'n nce was asfeed. Well, -to get after -the bovernmerjt for that. We will be glad 'to carry-.the mail if the Goverri- ment says so." Another official remarked "That a matter for -the Boards of Trade to take, up with the government.' They may not get it if they don't ask forj will be realized if you call and get ________ fitted with a pair of our latest.ACRE LOT easy terms. YOUR CHOICE OF MODERATE priced dwelling houses in borhood, and on easy, terms. shapes and styles. They combine the best thought and the latest comfort and fashion. F. The Shoenun Between Sage's and Boys ON CRABB ACRE LOTS NEAB FAIR GROUNDS 18 LOTS WEST OF WESTMINSTER at a each..; Leave your Orders for TV.through the year's experiment with all zeal, industry and loyalty. This deeply interesting scheme came into existence at the new year Sir Christopher Furness having vol- unteered to start the on wKat it is hoped will prove a happy experience by an order for large steamers, which will occupy the two. yards for-the next six months of next vear. fCJ twelve i A. L. Wry, D. J. Whitney, Crabb St., cottage, Maxk .Beardfc, Xomh Ward, resi- dence, H. Wermarm, Korth shack T. Nevin, Baroness Road. shack, Patterson, Duff blaek- Addition, WILL SUMMON MR. SIFTON Winnipeg, Man., Feb. 24.-rThe Lib- members of the. committee ap- .pointed toTinveatigate the charges m regard.to Manitoba election lists tailed to put in an appearance this morning., The Conservative mem- eere went ahead with the enquiry will summon the judges and the Hon. Clifford Sifton to! appear Before the committee. Boyd, Goode Co., Smith St., cement OUR POINT OF VIEW Premier Rutherford telk Senator Lqugheed to come on, but there is ao ?-danger of the Senator coming, i A seat in the Secate is .a. cinch while the chances .of capturing a seat in j Alberta are like -the chances of -the' snow staying on the ground in the face of a. Chinook. block, factory, G. W. Weigand, Smith addition, Louis Keel. Glvn St. Wm. Jfeil. Westminster dence, Thos. Horner Duff St., stable residence, Rd.j resi- Addition, Cornelius Hiebert voices the opin- ion of ;scores of Conservatives when he says Alberta "government is teo good to be defeated; The people cannot afford 'to 'Ise its services. The Alberta Government is a peo- ples Government.r It has been serv- ing the people of aU classes, creeds and races, every day since it came to .power. Let us keep them on the A. E. -Stewart, Bartlett St., resi- dence, Geo. Castle, North Ward, residence Hy. London Road, residence, J, M. Redding, North Ward, addi- tion -to 'stable, F. O. Hyde. North Ward, ware- house. J. Roseburgh, dence, Duff addition, resi. The Board of has granted over to char- atable institutions owing to .the in- creased, number of unemployed MISS A. SIMM-High class dress maker. Dress making done at- home 2? I Jay- Apply-'WaUwbrk St. North Ward, 64-i LADIES, ATTENTION I Mrs. S. Jones, Ivy Cottage, North Ward, is now ready to take ordew for children's clothes and ladiea' blouses and underwear, on the short- est notice- Boi 302, City. 4444 Golden West Realty Go, -'9 Golden Opportunities: 2 Residential Lots, close in, for each. Terms 15 Room Boarding House and Furniture, for handles. Balance to suit purchaser Half Section Land, 12 miles from Town. per acre 7 Roomed-House, close in, for cash, balance to suit purchaser. For Quick Sales list your Property with us Telephone 261 p, O. Box 642 410 Round Street Nert Daily IcraH D, KING, Manager PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN PHONE ISO fit w Stafford Block, Lethbridge. Alta Office Hours-9.30.J2 a.m., 25 p.m <-8 p.m. DENTISTRY O. J. OOUHTfCl Dcutbt a-uate of Northwestern Univerai- jy, Chicago, ill. Office houii-wa fifock UNDERTAkiN? and night .open MUSIC MADAM: Vwns or receives pupiiP or advanced. Howard House. Crabb TO THE PUJftLlC We have bought out the Star Transfer Co. Brayiug outfit, and are prepared to execute all.orders for DRAYING promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered promptly. Cath on delivery. J.S. PMKn JlLPattm Phone 70 Office in Nelwn Cow's Stwe INQING-Harold R cert baritone. At It ceris, At Homes, etc Tor apply, Lethbridge, Alta MR, ALBERT, ELY-Pupil of Dr Song Singing and Voice Culture. of Chas F.R.C.O. L RjUt' and Theory. Voice'culture' Pipe organ; piano; harmony and song, singing. Open for .con- banquets, recitals, etc Terms on- application. Box 690, X Leth- Home. s, ofCBerlin Ger- s'Scotca Open "for recitals, bin" concerts, etc.. For term-liD Ply Royal Collieries, Lethbridge LEGAL and W. C. ter, etc. Office: Sbuthard-JBlock. Keep the' Rutherford on, the job. Government be-fpoUsh for Alberta to turn out a good Government for the sake of giving a few untried fellows a .chance to govern. C-on. Hiebert knows the weakness othls party and so he thinks it would be foolish to allow it to take the reins power. ,v See tht BurretU in their new sketch "Wanted Property Man" at the Eureka tonight.: Make a Fortune in Fruit LETHBRIDGE NO W 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. B- Secretary CONYBEARE F P Conybeare, K.C., D.CX.; B. Morton Jones, B.C.L. Barristera, aolicitow. etc. Offices: Conybeare Block, Lethbridge, Alberta. SURVEYING HAMICTON YOUMG-JEngineers and Simeyors. .Koom 4, Whitney Block.- LODQE PRIDE Of Ho. 2W. ALBERTA, ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTORS F- B. ROLFSON-Architect. Room 9 Whitney Block. JAS. A. .MACDONALD-Architect, Macdonald Block, Redpath Street Lettibridfe and Let-; Rutherford up Alberta, continue to build Stand by Alberta by voting for the progressive Rutherford Govenunent.- MANY PERSONS KILLED Guayaquil, Equador, Feb. paiwenfter train on the main line was thrown over a t cliff 100 feet high at a point near Kio Bamba and crashed to the bot- tom of the ravme. All the cars were practically demolished. Twenty-five petaons were killed and forty were wounded A relief train at once duftttehed to the scene. The acci- dent was caused by a xlisplaced rail. CONNOR" NAMED