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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UKTHBRIOQE DAILY HERALOFRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1909. 1& Daily Herald and a half per cent. cm_bpnds. Toron-to apparently is a pTafee tor easy, imonev. �"^latakUthed December, 1907. PubUshfid by the Lethbridge Herald PrintiDg Co., Ltd., every lawful e.en-1ns at itnotUce, Crabb St., Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Director and Editor - PHONES 1224---Editorlal and News Department 10527^AdTertising, CUculation aud Job Departmens. Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered ......>4.00 Daily, six months, delivered ...12.00 Daily, three months, delivered .. .Si.OO Dally, one month, delivered .....35c Dally, one year, by mail.........|3.t/0 Daily,/six months, by mail.......$1.75 Daily, three months, by mail .....Soc Addresses changed as oftan as desir ed, but both new and old addresses must be given. WEEKLY Published every Y\'ednesday in eight pages, and contains a summary of the World's news of tiie weeli, local aud foreign. t)ne year, iu advance ...........$1.50 tjix months, in advance .........T5o Three montlis, in "advance ........50e ;T;HE DAILY HEI^ALD Is one sale at thefollowing places: - Lethbridge;-Red Cross Drug and liook Store, J. G'. Robertson & Co.. J. J. Johnston. Macleod-Young & Co., R. W. Ham lltaH. iPincher Creelc-E. i. Mitchel, D. L. McCrea. Taber-Westlake Bros. Cardston-Alberta Drug & Book Co. Fernie, B. C-N. E. Suddaby. Cranbropl M I �H-1 l"!"l-!"H"M"M"M-H"l'M"M BUSINESS SITE On Ford Street, well situated, and a snap at ; $2600.00, Terms I L. S. R.1PLE Y I Tel. 1034 Oft'ice-Macdonald Blk. I'l l"l I'l l"M'H-1 I I �!"H"I~H-'!-l-'I-l-I"lvH-l'H-H"H"H-'{-H-H'I"r The v.4. �M-l"I"I"l"t"I"I"I"I-M"!"I"I-I"I"!'.I"l-l. H. Macbeth Agency Hdve Removed to Horses for Sale JUST ARRIVED twentf bead of young work hotsea, 1250 to 1450 in woigtat-al) broken. J. F. jers Sale Stables Wood Street, Lethbriiljrp Rooms 118-120, SHERLOCK BLOCK i,i,i.,|..i,i,i,.i,.|,.M 11 i,i.H"i-i"M"i- �^.^.^�InInIMIM^,�^�^�^�^.^�^,H��^��^��M^�I^^^ Lots 48ft. 6in. by 137ft. Sin. in the Wall-work Addition, at $400 each R. V. GIBBONS & Co. OTT Bl.dCK PHONE 1191 t..M..|.,I,l..l..I..l..H..H..fI"I"I"I-I"I"I"I' I HOPEFUL FOR MISSING BOAT If wish to secure one of the CHOIC� locations in i Autos Overhauled I PROFESSIONAL CARDS MEDICAL OR. W. S. GALBRAITH-PhyRioiau Surgeon, Accouchcf. Hours-Before 9 a.!-.i.; 2-3; 7-6 p.m. Office 914 R�>rv path St. Phone 5S DR. LAPFERTY-Consulting phyu clan, tiryau Block, Koous 21. Offlc-hours 9-12; 2-5; 7-10. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEANI Redpfith Street. Hours-Before  a.m.; 2-3; 7-8. Now is the time to liave your ailTOMO-BILESOKERHIIUlDanil don't forget we can doit satisfactorily DR. A. McNALLY-Offlce 8tafloft� Block. Residence, cor. Botnpaa antl Crabb. Phone: Office 2T7; resideno*' 72. D. A. TAYLOR. M.O., CM.,-Special- ist, Kye. hut, No�� and Throat Stafford Block, Lethbridge, AUa Office houiB-. 9.30-12 a.m., 2-5 p.m.. 7-8 p.m. DR. GARNET T. IVES-Dentlst erad uate Royal College of DenUl Iu?' f^.^M,'.^*"'"S^�- 219 Sherlock Building. Hours 9-12. 1-5. Phone Tile Standard Garage Co. i Phone 343. Wood tt. | � m The comings RESIDEmiALSEGTIOl^ OF iiETHBBIDGEVad- MILLION r^OR NEW SCHOOLS During the past year local debenture issue for over one million dollars was made by the school districts of Alberta, for the construction and equipinent of new schools. This amount wuh twice as large as that of the year before, and is not equalled by any other province of Canada. Thig is a clear indication that the people of Alberta and the Rovernment are fully' alive to the educational require-. ments of the youth of the province. As soon as a number of settlers gel near each other, as a rule the first thing they do is to find out how many children of school age arc tieccssary to have a .school district formed, and if the required number is at hand they Boc about gettinp; the school as quickly as possible. If they do not do so, the government inspectors are on the look-out and steps arc taken to give the school privileges to the district A million dollars a year in buildings Had oquipment of new sehool.s, and as much or morn for running expenses of �M ones, is an answer to those who �say 1/hat in the west people think of nothing but' money and wheat. Halifax, Jan. 6.-It is now though there will be no loss of life among the iishermen carried to sea on Tuesday by the gale, as several mission boats left shore last night sighting others making for shore. There had been twenty fishing boats carried to sea in the blizzard which swept from the north that morning. They belonged to Canso, Whitehead and Dover. After thirty hours' search eight boats with between forty and fifty men were still missing. The morning yesterday had opened with fair weather and a fleet of twenty-five boats manned by one hundred men put out for Haddock. Suddenly it changed and so swiftly that it was next to impossible for all to get back in the teeth of the gale. Of the twenty-five boats all but eight were able to beat the way back or find refuge In other porta or hold out until picked up today. This latest report of today revives hope and It is trusted that all may be saved. LARGE FORTUNE GIVEN TO HOUSEKEEPER New York. Jan. 6.-:[da Beach Stuart, of Mineola, R. I., who was housekeeper for the lato Stephen Mott Wright, received a legacy of $158,200 as a reward for her many years of faithful service, when the executors of his will completed their work. The housekeeper is preferred to his relatives in the Inquests, three of his cousins receiving $50,000 each. joining the large new City Park YOU SHOULD ACT PROMPTLY COAL _,,.Beit., Lymn ,_(i,n.,.tfe? -sj^-aFfc^S,-4.26 p�r ton delivered-c.o.d. Nut coal, $3.00, delivered. Addrafi postcard to N�w Barnat Mina, Royal Vlaw. F. WADDINQTON Phono 261 City Agent. DR. J. E. LOVERING~(McGm) Phvsi clan and Surgeon. Electric ^nd X-ray treatment. Ofjiea Room is fnTr,"^ ^"'"''"S- Corner RedpaU^ and Glyn. Hours: Till 9; li-i; 35. 7-9. Sundays: Till lo; 1-4; 8.30-9 30 Phone day and night 1242. llOIOiOi0�I. STAFFORD PHONE 297 ,t..H.,I..H..H.,tni H,.t,H'l i.l..!..|..l.i.I-l.l..H''I"I"I"ri"Hi-I"t"r.I..|'-r.l.l. 2 good Lots beside Athletic Grounds for sale at :j: $450 each, with terms. THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, :: Phone 396 Bryan Block, Lethbridge P. O. Box 254 � t.,l..|..I..H..i..H..f'l"I"M"l"M"M"l"I"I- i|.I..|..H..r.I.'I.'I bli.i..t..t..i..l..t..l..|.I..t Goal, Ice and PRAYING Western transfer Co. LONG BR68.Propri��tor� Office opposite Balmorai PHONE 08 HOMESTEADER FINED FOR SETTING FIRES Saskatoon, Jan. 6.-In the Supreme Court today the .^time of the court was takion in an action for the damages against Jesse Ketchum by Mr. Morsley, a homesteader livinK next to the defendant. The case arose from a prairie Are which Ketchum set on his farm last May. At the time he was fined $15 by Captain Walker of the R.N.W.M.P. for the act. MISS VERONICA 0'CONNOR-Hai> dressing, scalp treatmant. nianiour*-und fncial inas^ge. Acadia Block lledpath St. PRIVATE MATERNITY HOSPITAL. -The rooms are bright, warm and well ventJlated._...,.� fiospltal laundry. Patients may have visitors any time Ouring the day or if very ill. may R^ve a friend stay. First floor ia for medical cases. Terms moJerate Tslephone 2S0. uUbu O. A. Dainty, graduate nurse of Nicholls Hospital Peterboro, and three years experience In hosplfal work in New York, is In cliaiEfl TRAINED NURSE open for enKaee-ment. Apply Mrs. John A. illvir Baroness Road, near Iron JroricI _ 17-28 MRS. K. L. QLAS8POOLE-Professional Nurse, 710 Bompas street __ . 17-17 LEGAL ' teff, and solicjters. Offloe, adjoin ing gnion Bank. Lethbridge. Tv Jehnstove; J.' Norman Ritehie Ury Publics and Co�mte�ion�erf Conybeare Block. Lethbfldge. AlU ^'finn?.?'* * SMEPHERO-Barrlsters ?o,n Notaries. Money to wTb; rjan�.nVVS LOOQE PRIDE Of ALBEWTA. No. 203. Sons Of England Benefit Sodetn Meet* in the Oddfadllowa' Hall every flwt* slid third Wednesday the month at 8 v.to: Vor lull partioulart apply W. J. Wade, i'red T. Boblo* W. President Sec, hot 67. LeTHBRIDOE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Meeta Oaledooiao Ball, Qlya St. Club room open evening 7.SO to IO.SO. Sunday aiaeptad. All Sootamen weloome. A. L. JOHNSTON. Beoy., jr. H. KELLIE. Box aso. Pres. UtlMdgiltrlili. W \m�r. Meets Ist Slid 'ird Mondays in K. of P Hall at 8 o'oiock. Visiting oretbren are coidially invited. 4. ABHCROFT. W.P QU8 NEIDin W.I. Canada Western Chartrre|. wara receive s hearty weloomo. Ou�n eUer, 0. L. Orifllth; Bai>*i�r. W * Dlok*nD: nrk. N n work. Terms reasonable. Estimate* cheerfully given. Apply Box 8.10. Lethbridge, Alto. WM. J. MORRISON-Bartlett Bt. Duff Addition. Contractor and builder. Eiitimates freely given. I> will pay you to eall befors iraildiag W. R. BROWN-House painting, oat riage painting, paper hanging, wall decorating, etc. , 26 Argyle Ave Phone 124. Box 300. 878^ UNDERTAKING ADDISON a SON-Most up to date undertakers and embalniers In the city, black and white cars. Office next the new Herald office, Plionc 082. Strict attention paid to all cases. Parlors open day and night. T. 8. FETTERLY-Funeral Dlreetoi and Embalmer. Most up to date parlors In city. Five doors west of Post Office, Ford St. White and Black Cars. Phone 561. ACCOUNTANT W. 0. WING-Chartered aeoountani Audits, liquidations, general pccouu' ing, and advice thereon. Aeadif Block, Lethbridge, Alta. MADAM NORMAN-Orchestral Pianist end Teacher. 23 years' experience, Operatic, Dramatic and Vaudeville, evening parties attended. MISS NORMAN, teacher of dancing. 622 Crabb ;