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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THb LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1910. 'E^ Daily Herald ^.�.12!! Established December, 1907. Published by the Lethbridge Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful e.oiling at its ottlce. Crabb St., Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, � Managing Director and Editor PHONES 1224-Editorial and News Department 1052-Advertising, Circulauoa awd Job Departmous. Subscript.on Rates Daily, one year, delivered ......$4.00 Daily, six months, delivered ...l$2.00 Daily, three months, delivered ...^l.uO Daily, one month, delivered .....S.'ic Dally, one year, by mail.........$3.1.0 Daily, six months, by mail.......^l.TT. Daily, three months, by mail ......S5c Addresses ('haused as otton as de.sir ed, but both new and old addresses must be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight pages, and contains a summary oi the world's news of the week, local and . .?1.50 .. .73c ...50c & Co.. R. W. Ham foreign. One year, in advance .... Six mouths, in advance Three months, in advance THE DAILY HERALD Is one sale at the following places: - Lethbridge-Red Cross Drug and Book ^ Store, J. G. Robertson & Co., J. J. Johnston. Macleod-Young lltOB. Pincher Creek-E. J. Mitcbel, D. U McCrea. Taber-Westlake Bros. Cardston-Alberta Drug & Book Co. Fernie, B. C-.N. E. Suddaby. Cranbrook, B. C.-Beattie � Atchison. Claresholm-O. L. Reinecke. Grassy Lake-Dr. Tughar.. Bow Island-A. i'\ Wens. Calgary-Alberta Hotel News Stand. Also on all C. P. R. trains. Toronto who tries to ride tlie Protestant horse to death was defeated' for the chairmanship by James Simpson, the Socialist meniber of the Board. It took a peculiar combination of elements to do it but it was done. Try WHY NOT some of our Chas. W. Morse's friends say his crime was only technical when he' jusglod with bank money and ask for : his complet^^ pardon. Technical sinn-ine: will soon be as hie a tad as brain storms a la Thaw were a few months ago. _ BRITISH ARE NOT FRANKFURT SAUSAGE To Be Eaten Up by The Germans- Lloyd-George Answers Scare LETHBRIDGE'S POSITION Lethbridge during the past year has attained its position as one amonR the leading cities of the Canadian West. For rears it was a mere mining town. Four or five years ago it began its career as an agricultural and industrial centre. Then it became a railway centre. But through all these stages it was not recognized by the outside world as being in the same class of cities as Regina, Brandon, Saskatoon, Calgarv, and Edmonton. These cities were constantly in the public eye while publicity came slowly to Lethbridge. Even yet it seems as if it were almost impossible for the outside world to realize that Lethbridge in a year or two has rank cd up with the best. The growth and prosperity of Lethbridge has been the talk of the country but few realized just what it meant. With a population of ten thousand Letkbridge ranks eighth among the cities between the Great Lakes and the Rocky Mountains and its percentage of growth during the last three years was the greatest of any. Only three prairie cities hat* had a larger building permit record during the past year. The school population is about twelve hundred in the public and separate schools, and nearly thirty teachers are employed. There are many statistics which might be given to show how Lethbridge stands as a city, as a trade centre, and as the metropolis of a lar^e portion of Alberta. REAL ESTATE VALUES A comparative statement published by a Winnipeg paper shows that real estate values in the business district of Lethbridge are not at all high. According to this statement the highest price paid in Lethbridge during the past year for business property was $600 a foot. In Brandon it was $1,200, in Calgary $2,300, in Edmonton $2,000, in Regina $1,000, in Saskatoon $700. The general price in Lethbridge for a good central location is stated to be $375 a foot, while in Brandon it was $500, in Calgary $1750, in Edmonton $1,000, in Regina $675, and in Saskatoon $400. Some lower places are Medicine Hat $150. Moose Jaw $200, Portage la Prairie $200, Prince Albert $200. Some of these places are larger than Lethbridge, while others have a small er population. London. Jan. 7.-The political situation in a nutshell is "Conservatives are hoping and the Liberals are expecting." Sir Charles Dilke saya the Liberals may lose a few seats in London which may have a slight effect on the country but that victory is assured. Lloyd-George addressing an enthusiastic meeung of 6,000 people at Reading on Saturday said he found everywhere the same determination on the part of the people to win . (Cheers). Their opponents were constantly quoting colonial opinion. They said: "Here are our kinsmen. Why don't you take them by the hand ? They are asking you to pay two shillings duty on wheat. W'hy don t you do that? "Their colonial brethren have been watching the budget fight with great interest and were expressing 'h^ir opinions very freely about it. They were thoroughly ashamed of their Lordships friends over the way. They decided to pay up like men." (Cheers) He thought the taril'f reformers were rather glad their coionisi kinsmen were across the seas and not in Eng-lan" to take part in the election. The Chancellor then proceeded to chaff scare-makers who mistook the rattling of milkmen's cans in the mornings for the jingle of spurs of German Hussars. "In men and material we were three to one on sea compared to Germany. Their opponents, those great Imperial souls, imagine that one German would eat three Britishers as if they were Frankfurt sausages." He then dwelt with the provision made in the budget for social reform. They were all for security of capital, but he wanted security for dally bread. .Men who never knew the sting of poverty closely flung out human provision lor sick, wounded and unemployed sol diers of industry and rejected the budget. He emphasized the fact that he had raised 18,000,000 pounds for social reform. "We mean to drive hunger away from our hearths and our opponents' contribution to the problem is a two shilling tax on bread," he concluded amid cheers. The meeting was interrupted by suffragettes who begrimed and bedraggled emerged from beneath the platform and were summarily ejected. The ilarquis of Salisbury had a trying time at St. Albans where cheers were given for Liberal candidates. Sev eral other peers spoke at various plac es. It is stated that the Conservative leaders have revised the list of campaigning of the lords. There are tri-ea^'ular fights in liity-two constituencies in which twenty-eight are official labor candidates, five imofficial and eleven Socialists. Mr. Balfour has arranged for six speeches before the campaign. Boiled Ham Or Tongue We want to show you Premier Brand Canned Goods Put up in S0IJ3ERLESS Sanitary Tins They're worth while. �H.,l.,|,I,i,i,.i..;..i..|,|,.i..H..i..tM|..�.HMl. �I..l..i,i..i..|..i..i..|..M"M"H"!' 11 M' I  BUSINESS SITE On Ford Street, well situated, and a snap at $2600.00, Terms t L. S. RIPLEY Tel. 1034 Office-Macdoiiald BIk. ,I..I..I..I,I.,I..I..M"I-I"I":"I-t~fr .H"t"I"I"I"I"I"I"I-M"I"l"I"I"I"I"I"m Graddock & Viner ii Family Grocers ^ RedpatU Street Sherlock Block  -!-! W-^-!-W-l-. 4 . + .W^I"I"I"t"I"!"I"I"I"I"I"I-I"I H~H' The H. Macbetfh Agency Have Removed to Rooms 118-120, SHERLOCK BLOCK | Horseg for Sale JUST ARRIVED twenty head o( young work horses, 1250 to 1450 in weight-all brokea. J. F. Rodgers Sale SUibleB Wood Street, Lethbridue ^ ^^^^^^K^^^K^^ ^K^K^^^^^K^W^p ^ ^ ^^^^ ~ H"I"I"I"I"I"I'-1"I"I"I"I''!-M"1"I"I"M"I- 'I-M"I"I-I"M-I"I"I-I"I"I"I"I"I"I-I"i"M' I Lots 48ft. 6in. by 137ft. Gin. in the Wall- | work Addition, at $400 each R. V. GIBBONS & Co. JSLH"!' I M�I^^^^^�^^^^^^I.^^^.^^^^T.�I.I.�M��^��^�I�^^^^I�^.I�.^.I.�M�^��I�.^.H�H�I�H^^ WIRELESS FROM CHICAGO TO BALTIMORE Chicago, Jan. 4.-The following wireless message was received at 2 o'cloclt this morning from Baltimore: Baltimore, Md., Jan. 4. "To Chicago Tribune, Chicago. "The Baltimore American greets the Chicago Tribune by wireless direct from the top of the American building, breaking all records for wireless MORNTNGSIDE has been laid out upon broad and sj-stematic lines. MOKNINGSIDE will be reached hy the proposed street car line, MORNINGSIDE will be the choicest part of the city. THE PKICE IS NOW $100 PER LOT-.no DOWN AND $10 A MONTH-NO INTEREST-NO TAXES. If j^ou want to secure one of the best locations YOU SHOULD ACT PROMPTLY For Full Information, Call or Address i The Standard Securities Ikmipany 1 Autos Overhauled I Now is the time to have your HilTOMO-BILESOVERHHULDanil don't forget we can doit satisfactorily PROFESSIONAL CARDS MEDICAL DR. W. 8. GALBRAITH-Physloian Surgeon, Aocoucher. Houtb-Befoi* � a.Ki.; 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Office 9U Bed-path St. Phone 6S DR. LAFFERTY-ConsulUng pbjsi cian. Bryan Block, Itoom 21. Offlor hours 9-12; 2-5; 7-10. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEAN! Hedpath Street. Hours-Before � a.m.; 2-3; 7-8. DR. A. McNALLY-Oiflce StafTord Block. Residence, cor. Bompae and Crubb. Phone: OfBce 277; residen* Stuffer.l Block, Lethbridge, AlU Office hours: 9.30-12 a.m.. 2-6 p.m DR. GARNET T. IVES-Dentist Krad-uate Royal College of DenUI ^lur geous Toronto. Office 219 Sherlock Cuildlng. Hours 9-12, 1-5. pZne The Standard Garage Co. Phoni 343. Wood St. P. O. Box 1979 OLIVER BLOCK Lethbridge communications overland and wishing the New Year may break records for prosperity. 'Signed "Felix, editor of the American." Numerous messages between the two cities were exchanged yesterday and last night. The feat was equal to tranprr a message from far across the ocean. One thousand miles overland is equal to three thousand over salt water, according to wireless operators, i OUR POINT OF VIEW Let there be light-as soon as possible. There is a powerful wish afloat that the powers that be will soon have power to supply electric power and liRht for the city. DINNA FORGET That for the next 50 S.oturdays we shall have SPECIAL CLEARING SALES and while hivh Sa'.urriay will have its own duly announced specialty, at cost price, or nearly so, ALL LINES vi'.l be spe cially reduced on that iliy. We realize that revolving cash and moving goods are as necessary to business health, as perfect blood circulation is to physical health, and to this end we intend making our Saturday sales a household word. . Coming Saturday, our specialty vml be Crockcrv -tnd China Ware Diana forget the bar ent and the specially marked goods. Wit I MM 111 I I III m U I I I liHMlili.M 11 l"H HELGERMN UNO AND INVESTMENT CO. " ALBERTA BLOCK-Suites 14 and 15 Five SeVen-room Houses for rent Loans made on city property 1000 to 5000 acre blocks wheat land for sale along proposed Weybum line ;:��I�.^�^,�^^^�^:H^^^^^^^�^^�a�I^i^^^^^^"^^�^�H^^^'^^'l^^"^^ The Red Cross Drug & Book Co. THE SAFE, SATISFACTORY DRUG STORE Day and Night Phone 555 Acadia Block Night Bell Redpatb Street McCREADY-The Oltpenter. 8AQE-Th* Picture FrariMr. ^I-MM^>Vl^a^^^'^1�^^�^^I�^�I"^^^�I�^"^^I^^"l^^^^I�I�I^I^^^l^^^^l�!�M^^ 'V'MA'h w�h,I,: ,T,h,i,i,.h.,|,i,.|, I .ImH-.h. M"M'-l I'hM .I..m..I..h..|..I..|..h..|.J ^ HERE 18 JUST WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOf ONE OF THE BEST SECTIONS IN ALBERTA-Only three miles from Taber. 200 acres ready for crop in spring. All can be stream plowed. No stone. Plenty of good water and two co.'il mines right at comer of land. The terms arc the easiest. Price f30.00 per acre. 15.69 per acre cash, and the balance one-half crop payments with interest at 5 per cent. Apply I Canadian Real Estate Company Rooms 7 and 8, Bryan Block Automatic Phone 1011 P. 0. Box 387 Some thirty odd of Montreal's Aldermen refuse to be disqualified. They refused to die, politically, as it were. Some people are wondering of R. B. Bennett of Calgary is the Canadian correspondent to the London Times who said that Canada would have to be bribed with a food tax on British iood to keep them loyal. Those people of Tennessee, Kentucky and other warm states must be looking with longing eyes to Southern Alberta while they are suffering cold down to thirty below. Ho^s ace nine dollars a hundred in Chicago, the highest price since the Civil War. There are some hogs k^wB in every village or town who ate not worth that price anywhere. ^.H.r.inr.H-.i'i.i"i..H-.i..i.i.i.i..M.i..i"i"i--i"i-.i"i..i-.H-.i.r.i..i..|.H. SNAP.-One and a-'half Lots on Pine atreet, $250 cash ; business lot on Westminster road, North Ward, |8CiO, on terms. Two corner Lots on Spar Track, $4200 per pair, terms. Illinois - Alberta Realty Co. | 2nd floor Johnston block. Phone 290. Auto 455. t-I"I-I"l"I"I"I>-l"I"I-M"I"I-I"I"l"I"I"I"I' -W-H-I-I-H-l-M-I-I-t-I'l'I-I-I-M-r Call and ^ Rumely Steam and Gasoline Engines, get one of our new catalogues Fraser Valley Fruit Lands for sale The Lethbridge-Weyburo Realty Co. Phone 1173 One Door South Balmoral Hotel 1 1 Tjuvee the school trustee of' ^y^^^-^^vW^?f>^5tvfu^;^^jfWKm^^^-'Rm 7^;?^^;T^JT!.^tj?WwT\/fvr-yTVfVTs/rw^;Tv?u^;T^^t^ Begin the New Year Right If you are buying Real Estate, don't forget Parkview Lots. ^10 per month If you are buying Automobiles, remember the Glide- Goes and Comes Back. Mine travelled 8,000 miles last year If you are buying a Steam Plow, get an Avery-the one that does the work. Mine plowed at a cost of Jl.25 per acre for last season. W. R. Dobbin, Agent Southard Block ow*U B-A.8e.-Don.inlon Land Surveyor, Irrigation and Hydraulic Engineer. Room 6. Whl*. ney Block. Phone, 206. RGHITECTS AND CONTRACTORS Ul**Xi^i'-'-r****-A'-''hitect. Whit B. ROLFSON-Ar(*iteot. Whitney Block. Room a JA8. A. MACDONALD-Architeoi Ma�^nald Block. Redpath h^J^ Lethbridge, Alta. 1*; �.ODD-Architect. Calgary ana Lethbridge Specialist in Fireproof WILLIAM WATTS-Builder and Con tractor, is prepared to give estimatet i'ee of cost on all kinds of work in the building trade, including re. pairs, alterations, etc. Bo� 619 Lethbridge, Alta. ERBERT RAMSDEN-Contraotor to, foundations, concrete walks, basements and all kinds of concrete work. Terms reasonable. Estimatef cheerfully given. Apply Box 630 Lethbridge. Alta. WM. J. MORRISON-Bartlett Bi. Dull Addition. Contractor and builder. ' ^nastee freely given. 1% will pay yo, '11 before building W. R. BROWN-House ainting. oat-riage painting, paper hanging, wall decorating, etc. 26 Argyla Ave Phone 124. Box 300. 878.0 UNDERTAKING ADDISON d. SON-Most up to date undertakers and embalmers in the city, black and white cars. Office next the new Herald office, Phone 82. Strict attention paid to all cases. Parlors open day and night. T. S. FETTERLY-Funeral Directoi and Embalmer. Most up to date parlors in city. Five doora west of Post Office, Ford St. White and Black Cars. Phone 561. ACCOUNTANT W. D. WING-Chartered acoountani Audits, liquidations, general nccoun' ing, and advice thereon. Acadl| Block, Lethbridge, Alta. MADAM NORMAN-Orchestral Pianist and Teacher, 23 years' experience, Operatic, Dramatic and Vaudeville, evening parties attended. MISS NORMAN, teacher of dancing, 622 Crabb street. 15-A ;