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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta fAGE TWO THE, LETUBRIDfiE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, JANUARY 2.2, 1911 I Peoole's Forum Assistance in the 'Form of Credits WacleoJ, Jin. 20. 1914. Editor Lvihbridce- Herald: the- writer la not la eyiwa- thy with battle; ot words tbrouch any newspaper, yet I feel that in all Jus- tice I should reply to Mr. P. King's letter of recent date In your valuab'e- riper. In the first place Mr. Kins says iMt I accused the judse of favorit- ism. .Net to. Mr. King. I Ihtet It IMS incompetent judging on tbe part of [arty who a.tarded the prizes la t'-is particular clifs, and further Proa Float Pate) fullyi and if you are in the minority, bow to the- ruLns of the majoriy. You bad a crylns r.eed for elevators. You yosr requests uroa the govern.- is uc-w liie UauJs of the iLterests ivho are niaiilculatlcs the- prices to rjli themselves. "Taai neii vis (luesuim tor the government to deal with. rolutlon depesib oa oursejvei and in bringing 1 1 don't know whether we as a. prov- ince are enough to tackle U, but with co-operation to be able to do Anyway, the afita- i tlon should go on." meat, and they, working >fth you. 1 At ceacluetoa cf his address a have, bull! them and made them a i cess. And I mljht Just add thit you were so successful that you made- the government pay over more money than we. eipected. We eipected 000 to cover your needs. We wera railed upon to pay 53CO.OOO. I be- your i hearty vote of thanfcs "Kas tendered Hon. -Mr. Stewart for his address, and for his help lo getting the. c-'evator bill passed thro-'gh Parliament. Foley en Marketing Egos Prior to this address A. W. Fw'.ey. chief of the poultry branch of the de- hii thai 1 believe that every exhibit- or. without endorsed lay h Then r-artaieiit of agriculture, gave a very 1K- Interesting lecture oa the co-operative cwitoutlon as to the qualities ol the birds oa exhibition in the dottc cockerel class. Mr. King ssld ti.e drst day c! the Fair thtt iiip.-e r.o competition between the bird tli.u was awarded the blue ribbon and the others, hut that the contest Tras'l-e'twfen the tr.o tbst so: 2nd and 3rJ. with the 3rd prize bird as favor- ite. 'Xo doubt -Mr. KlEg'yo'j-wlll re> member aaitoj thU remark .to ajidy exhibitor. Regarding. the> prize winn- v tegs at Edmontou, .Mr. King has fcr- touen to say that a special priie was given to ray cockerel and pullet as beii.g the- hest pair of Bu3 lioiUs In the show of any age. 1 ara tiire Sir. Kin; Is sport enough to not feel baJly about loslrj this especially SD as the birds were hatci- rl from eggs purchased from him. Hottover, I go: the advertising which he did not Mr. King Is at perfect liberty, far. as tie writer is con- Eot an Individual among you more ardent for the success o! that scheme than every single member of the- gov. ernnent of this province. Government Ownership "The government o'wns Its own tel- ephone system, ajso. As In case of elerator.vit Is our six lo give you the best service at the t possible cost. 1 hope to sea the day when all the utilities of this pro- vince are owned and operated the government, as in the case of the tel- "Government and municipal own- ership are larce questions and require advanced legislation. "The of Lethbridgo has set an icarketbg of The is anxious to put the poultry and egs business of Alberta on a eoHd foot- les and to end they are turning tbetr attention toward educating the firmers Low to gel the best out of ttelr produce. market- Ing, however, 'on delivering good goods, and good goods. when spfaSin? of eggs, means strictly fresh soods. Mr. Foley rather startled the audlcnco when, he remarked that 95 per cent, ot the eggs marketed In Alberta today are rotten when they leave tho farmer's hands, tad he at- tributed this "rotten" slato of af'airs to the head of tiie barnyard flock, rooster, who should be vigorously I I j Professional Cards j MEDICAL W. S. Burgeon. Accoucber. Hours Office.: Third Aveuuo. Phono 125J 01. Slttlfotd B'.H i Ilesidecco iJCd Sliia Avenue. i.j; -i to E.SO; Pboce 5iS; 1090. example which we will watch with' banned froa the lading flock. He ad- keta interest- This city has lately vised farmers to keep not more than ccineo, to EO stile ia poultry cata- Iccte. Again. Mr, King thlnis that I'-should not expect to win over his Wrds because he had so many to chooM from. If he had the winners, wcy did he ship in a cockerel and pullet as well as one' or two old birds Specially for ais-own Fair but for the iollowing reason: Ha inew that his own were beatea and as he admitted Ht the fair, "ha had lo keep up his refutation." tut oiler ill an Edmon- ttfu bird sol away with the blue rib- bon, whether entitled to it or not. To back up ny contention about the oualitr of judging, I wouW ssk Mr. Kins what was the result of Johnson Tiros, con'tention ie some prizes thai- Were awarded. Did lie prove his point or 'not and- have the awards changed? Out'of'a selUng ot 15 1-sol'five chlciE, all of which matured. Ton were noliEcd ol the poor hatch and you kindly sent me nine more oil of which 1 ?ot four more Tvhlch lived, but of such'a poor c_ustity that in December 1 nave one away, soM cne for one dollar and have two pnl- leU iefl. but of a very Inferior Quality, Indeed, to prove'lhis contention, your own brother admitted that tbe last Betting were not from the per. out of which, I ..was to.-s'ct I do not pose to he Quite as exper- ienced In shipping as Brother King. hot I ao think tbat I would know bel- ter than to pact a-lot of e'xhibitioa fcrtls inlo-a crate as if -they were going to' marteL' and being rather hard for wheels" 1 cannot afford 'to let as elaborate shipping 'crate ai some .other people. Another little item re, foar manage- ment. Why were several white fowl allowed to remain under a stove pipe undertaken a form o! eorcramentcew to this fart of Canada, and 1 to sea It work but i successfully here. fifty to one hundre-1 fcens oa the or- dinary farm, and keep them right; and then, if they looked after their CoramiEsloa form of government and j produce carefully, and took advan- mnnicJpai ownership o! utilities ap- e -0{ the plans being pnt forward by pears to ba a long step la the right i the department of agriculture for tie rHreclioa.'and I hope we will all lesra marSeling of esgs in better condition ose useful lessens from the expert- paces of the city of, I-ethbridge. Ct-.csp Money for.Farmen "A word about the. question o; cheap money. Tee farmers of this province bsve tor some time now -been attating for' cheap, raoaey. have a committee, enquiring into this most Important natter'..and they have- K so that they may command the high- est prices, and set u? a reputation tor Alberta eggs, the InJustry 13 bound to flourish and show great profits. Fpley declared (hat Us own floci of White Wyandottes paid over 510 apiece last year. The remainder of the evening was spent in. dealing-with resolutions ask- ?5 Wordi ,2S an Insertlun, I lor tne price of four Must Ic Puid lit Advance VACJJIT J aaa wuu.'n to ttarn bcr trade; no excerienca ;ary. EiRht coaflttes; tools .fataiosue Plenty cf de- mand tor graduates. Write today. Moifr Uai-Ser Oelloge, Centre Street. Ca.gnry. Alia. tady companion, a good home for right person.'.or would ao- cept girl soing to school. Iloma free for company. .-Apply Mrs. A O. on, Carciangay, Alta, OFFICES TO located offices in the city. All modem convfrn- Union Bank of Canada Build- PS- For further Information apply to R. Tinning Manager. WANTED AT ONCE. Pianist for Wesley church choir.. Slate exper- ience and salary wanted, give refer- ences. Address Ceo. -VYhelen IMS Cth' Avence South. their' report 'i have not seen It yet, I ing for changes in the constitution, and do not know its recommendations. As they were of a minor nature most It will form one of the chief subjects I of them passed. One, however, ask- for debate at the. next session of tie House. Aid I hope that, as wB.vrork- ed oat a solution for the elevator problem, he'abla to work oat solution for the money question. Staple Credit Ihi Solution Ir.g for the election ol the dents ar.d the board-of directors by the Hare systenvof preferential bal- lot was tabled for further discussion session. A your spare_iime writing moving picture plays. Xo ex- perience necessary. Expert writer says our system Is'perfecL Pay from 525 to JIOO for each play. Cash market Full course sent on receipt of .one dol- lar, or send card for free information. Send card today. Photo-Play Writers' Association, Desk 45, Franklin Build- Ing, Toronto, Ont Robert McKaY was sentenced to five IMJDCll .llCfXiH WAS iCULCUl-VU IW "However, there are many sides to H? emleuM fifty oisider.-and as a fanner, I tnou3and !r6ra-tnE Crown Coatectioa: Co. aCd "played orlty, that cheap money is a more atelle, a matter oi a few dollars on- an 'ordinary -'farmer's loan, as com- pared with tfcs of getting cre- dit when it irirl do the good. It Is the forcing by-oar financial In.sti: ttrtions of-' the farmers to.seJI their grain that causes the trouble. When the farmers' granaries are. full, that is payday for-the Trade state. .The tamers are' (breed u> rush their CATARRH: OF THE BLADDER: where creosote ros dropping them "most of the time durins the fair? Was your fine big building so crowded, that you could not this, or- was It Indifference as 'to Uis rood-will of .the. exhibitors Jerhaps there ara o'ther eitibitoTS Tvho have complaints wbloh you ivlll get to hear about Pardon this transgression, Mr. Edit- or, on yonr valuable it li my last so far as this controversy Is con- cerned, Toms for success, W. C. BRIGOS. grain to ite ttarteta ia the fall, all at-' tho same time, to satisfy tho marias ol the bankers. H is not the matter of 1 25 or so interest on a loan. th'at'coimfa; It Is the being foiced .to I sell when market Is glutted, when j tie prices ara down, and 476 or more are1 lost on every car oJ Tvheat sold, thai makes the trouble. Will is vented a staple credit for the farm- er, EO that tf he is for 51500 ere- dit In' he is likCirtEO good for It fa or January. That places tie fanner ia a -position -when ho may 'do his own- dictating; as, to Trhon shall sell his produce.. It he had able lo do that this fall, wheat Voold not.te several cents a bushel higher noir than ft "was _whesr the farmeri. jteje telllnt, becaiie U Jlan and wife for farm; to board five men and man to work on farm.'" Steady -wort for right parties. Phone It 503 or Inquire Al- berta Securities. comp'elent. .trustworthy housekeeper'for family, of four in bun- galow- Must be good pMn'cook. Ap- ply experience and references lo'.Mrs. or W. I.eecb. tabe'r. Alla.'34-r For PRAYING 01 AH Kinds 'Western Transfer Co. Offct Jan. tec annual of tfce Macleod Fire Brigade off-ctrs for the current .year were elected as follows J. S. Lam- bert Assistant Chief, Shields Secrctary-Tieasurct, F. V7. Timlcck Captain No. 1, C. W. Stevens; Cap- tain No. 2, J. T. Doney anl Cap- tain No. 3, Frani Ehy. With Mis. E. Vorstei Brown offici- ating, the local RebeVats Infi thcit oO'ceta for the yeat as tollows: N. O., Miss D. Cameron D. G., Jlia. H. Stewart; Rec.-Sec., Mrs. B. Fot- Bte Brown Fin. H. C. A. Stewart; Tiets., Mrs, Bessie Rog- ers Warden, Mrs. J. Murray Coa- d'j'ctor, Mrs. J. L. Doney R. S. N. O., James Murray L. S. N. 0., fc M. E. Oaidicer; R. S. D. 0. Miss Wilson L. S. D. 0., Mrs. J, Rothne; Cbapliin. Mrs. Cottam Outside Guard, Jas. Kottaer, losMs Guard, Mrs. Dimbat. Hospital Ball teld hue (Ms year utaal a dlstbct succm, jlt-tioujh there vat tot aJ iciny oa natil S6 iiwal. oicltstra suppliftl the tntislc; while Mr.' Jobnoie Ryan tooled after (he managtrment ol ths floor.' I.otii Strafhcona's. lorlune is cstim- tied at ivrcciy-rive cbicflr Great Northern, Northern Pacific, Hudson's Bar and Canadian Pacific ktocls. Limited P. R. rrtliht f.OfflN lUklM 1 111! 462 NUT COAL Mine Run, Screeningt, Ton or Load Lolt. NEW BARNES MINE C. O. a Sherlock Bldg. Stores and Offices For Rent 1 ALSO SAFETY VAULTS AND DE- POSIT'DRAWERS fire-proof building, with every convenience and ac- ecrnnnbtfatloji. Office of the R: E. SHERLOCK ESTATE, SUITE NO. 1H B. G. 8TRAKER, MANAOpH. To whom please address ail communications. In ton lots or1 over, by the rs' company; Farm -Products TO RENT OS. C. C. Sur- geon. Aeeoucher. Office at residence corntr 6th joulh anl 7th louth. Houn: IZ03. OR Noae. Throat; DuUrtlnc, tours to U; i-6; evsuirjRJ ippointiaenl Ptone, offics Ml! Idenee DR. E. anct Surgeon. X-Ray erjuliimtal.'.' Coroer Jrd Aye. and S'Ui SL IPr. Mesr. jtcn'd) riione 01 flee hours 1] to.12; 1 to S'suil 7 to MASSAGE TO January 1st. 1314. he-premUes oa Cth St. S. now occu- )ied by The Davidson .Metal Co. Ltd. Good office and workshop. For par- ticulars apply to Tho C. B. Bowuian nty. Acaali BIds..'3rd Ave. S. ________________301-0 TO roomed storey and lalf house, No.'1607 7th Avenue S.. Fully modern. J25.00 per month. Ap- ply Arthur Hayr 326 6lh St or 1016 7th Ave. S. TOR good room with all modern conveniences, steam heal, plunge, etc.. apply Y M. C. A. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR' REMOVED Miss K. May graduate ol the Pennsylvania Oithoitacillc Instl tute, Medical Massage and (iynnns tics. [Swedish) Electrical Vibratory and Therapeutic Light Treatments Electrolysis and Shampoolns Treat aients appointment', only llconi 1. Hull mo-k VIA VI- LETHBRIDGE ViAVI .The natural bomr ueatment lo ntrvoustess, etc. 3rd Ave So'jtn. Hours M p.m. dally and 1 a.m. lo 4 p.m. or by nt> polntmcnt, rteEJdcnce.. phono Manager. Miss ,K S. Co6k. UNDERTAKING 8. Director, tnd fcvmbalmer; alio igeut" for Somervllla and Granlta' ot Oince cppos'u Court House Pcono [61; Reti- cence 284 7th S. U7J. day and night_________' Y. l-Vauial Ulieclor, (J- censed Etubalmer; (Udy attendant vbea desired) Uocnaa Llock, 401 ;nd AVI. S. Phone nltht or day EDUCATIONAL MADAME ELLA ROY, Vocalist. Recll- .cr, Concerts and "At" Homes" aU tended. Teacber'of Elocution, CfnR- sical Dancing, Singing and (lenoral Deportment, IS Victoria SrtI 'Avenue South. MUSIC MRS. 'W. H. ot piono, harmony and theory. Begin- ner.3 a iiiiO ri term. Pri- mary ant] advanced pupils prepared for If Studio moved from ISth St. to 122C 5tli ava. A South. ORLANDO of llarriiouy and Theory. Lessons giv- en' In Shorthand. Apply 1404 7tb Avenue No.rlh. ..c IMPERIAL- 'OR- for dances .for cuinlng 'feason.' 'Any .number, of pieces' Violinist, J. B.1 Gas- N'fcJs Box PIANO TOXINQ NURSING G. H. Tuner, 1253 A, South. Phone lies. TO furnished room In modern house. The N'ur? Ing Mission, 1414 7th Avenue South, Phone 1233. TO house for three months, fully modern, gas in furnace and cook stove. Apply Box 4S, Her- ald. TO Nicely furnished room, in fully modern house, warm com- fortable, suitable for one or two gen- tiemen. Board If. desired. Sth Rt'. S. TO furnished keeping apartraenta; warm, location, rates reasonable. 1610 2nd avenue South. Apply 415 house- central Apply _________________________ s'lsslon dtfr: trict work; obstetrical, medical and emfcrgencT. Office hours: beforo 3 a.m.. 1-2.30 p.m.; evening 6-7. 1114 "In Phons FUiiRIER DAVID SCOTT--Purs remodelled, cleaned and Jressed. FIr.o .tlon of latest styles. At the Bent- ley Co D. O. of the Institulo ot Chartered Accountants In Eng-' land am! and of the Institute' of Chartered Accountants Awl.ia l.elhbriilge. DENTAL rooma, in .a modern house, close In, every-cohvcri.- ie'n'ce- Also'one room for light house- Apply 508- 5th 'Avenue. '1 door west Majestic. Phone 166L FOR alfalfa, miiea hay and pdtatoeE, sup- plied Lid 7th SL 'Phone TO warm rooms from two friends 56 each, close to Mnj- 'esllp Theatre. Board optional; -all home cooking. 522 Cth St, Alao straw, delivered AN'D POCKET roomed, fully moilern j furnUhed ,20 per -nonth; easy paymcnls. I. C. Sandersj .-.sent, to children. 403 12th El. B. -N. The Brunswlck-Balke Collcndef Co., TO KENT Furnished modern cot- P 0 Bos 2122, CaTgary, Phone E593i. DON'T order any-paper or magazine until you look at rr.y catalogue of jour- nals.' A card will bring it. It will save you money. R. J. Svvanson, Kipp, Ota. .2SEOD-4 H8EIE..- Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 Ctreful ml Prompt MONUMENTS If yo3 are consi'leVine nurchj? Ir.g of a us bcfort yo't dftf i'if. Best tlon.and Hydraulic Engineer..Roomi t and 6, Whitney Brock) y.o. Boi Phona 4- EDWARDS wards, berli Duff, blue print-. Ing, civil engineering'and land 205 Sherlock Building, Lctfibrirtge. aita. d-tf MUNICIPAL, CIVIL ENGINEERS R. E. McARTHUR, A. Mem. Can. S. C. Railways, Yard layouts. Sew, orage Systems, Water' Supplies, Ir. rlgatlon Works, Surveys, Plans', etc.. 101 Sherlock Building; AUCTIONEER '0 RENT TVory desirable rooms, Icely decorated, newly furnished. Ap- ly. M. floor, Union Bonk .lock. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS pair of greyhounds at 'nee. Must be good end game. Ap- ily'boi 95 Herald.' 195x trade interest bearing aper or other propert> for livestock, ireferahly brood, marea, or will buy. C. S. Xoblo, Noble, Alta. 201-0 responsible party, no modem furaiBhed house, rooms, falriy central. Write par- Sculars arid rent to Box 12, Herald Office) hand Slacksmlth oola for cash. Apply D. L. Kimball, 118 .Sherlock Building. men and hoys dally to iavo their hair cut at Laacl Barber Shop, 303 nth St. N., across street from new hotel. I-cthbrldge see a sample of t'lo Automatic Hose Coupler 83 described on another of this issue. Jewelry store, Lelhbrldge. D. I. Due, at Wright's exclusive agent tor he WIMPOLE PRIVATE HOSPITAl. for BuiKlcal, Medical and.Materait} caies. Qraduate Nurses. Vln' Bwaynr- Superintendent, 122) 7th tn'irK. 1 HA1U WORK ALL KINDS OF HAIR WORK MADE (o order. Switches. Janes, llralds, Curls, Transformations, etc. Largest direct Importers-of Human Hair Goods in the west. We undersell others. Satisfaction rtssuceil. Wai- Ecort Sisters, 42Z 9th Street. Scuth. W. L. "end cltj licensed auctioneer. ol ali Idndi conducted on reasonable terms. Uvo .farm ulef ft Epeclalty. OfUcs at the Wtlaoa Furniture Co. 401 Ulb'St Noht' Phono Residence.1 Thone.MS. Downtown office at'tho .Wcyhurn Flealtr H23.v FRANK WADDINOTONr-AuctlontM 17 years' iviH..handle your ealo fn Iho way. thn.t gets.thf money. anjl H18. Bonable term's, promtit" -Goo'dp. received" Tor hara''or huctfon. Phone 1053. LAND FOK SAI.K FOR and ten acre Iota, plowed ard Irrigated, near school. east of city. terms. Lloyd A Devlne, Hull Bldg., 7th SI. Phone 1017. 273 -I) FOR half teclloiT'bVi! farming land In Alberts, situate ab ut 2 miles south of UurOetl; 230 acre: under cultivation. Apply to owne-B II. R0srrj-jssen anr] 0. W, ?07 Notice to Intending Settlers Take notice'that on Montlay, Feb- ruary 2nd, following land vrlil be open for homestead The South-Wen Quarter of Section Thirty-one; Townshio Eight; Range Two; Wssl of the Filth Meridian.. Dated at l.c-tliUIJse, Albcria, this E'jlh'day of December. 1313. J. W. SlarTorf, Agent Dom. Lnn-ls WHOLESALE SUPPLY. AND EQUIP-. ME NT-CO., LTD., Corner 3rd, Aja. and 4th St. Wholesale Mine. Contractors, BlicksMlth'j, Railway, beltUig, valves, pipe filtlngfl, wiro.ropa aqd Citings, barb wire, fancy .brick, jraU erproofing, expansion fronts, plato Phona 1044. HAY, CHAIN Wholesale nnd retail.. All tarlottes of alfalfa, Muo Joint, mixed hay, upland.hay, plraw. .Mfxed carloads a ffpccfaUy. Wire or for niiolallonf. Prompt Ecrvlco. qunllly Kuarantecil. Bloraga for-.Iiomehotd joods, cellar space for rent. Hyde Eauncicrs, corner 2nd. Ave. and 12tli SI. S. P. O. IIOI 1127. Phnnc 1244. WELOINO niyff. owner may have Fame calllnp. at Herald Olflcc and ffflK-r frv- this BOARD AND ROOM BOARD AXP Modem eta of p'.3'j9; par vitse. SSi-7th St. fl.. rt.nne 1233 BOARD 1XJ> room, all hwr.e. cooking, also lahlo board, izis Srd Avenue Soulh. Iff S'D HOO j I 5.SO, flll'iy modern, warm house, good bedrooms, from 51D table; board only 20 u-nli meal, (22 tth S. 30-C FOR acres iacd; plowed ready.for gnrflen; rnllcp frorn provincial goal: 5 miles from city. 1120 per acre. Very easy terms. Must sell, owner leaving tbe city. MIlfOTd Co. PROPERTY FOR SALE long haired while toy Poir.o-flnlnn female p'.Jppy. Reward for returning lo J. K. Simons Decoraling Co. 35-1 THE SOUTHRRN 'ALBERTA WELD. ING CO., have opened shop ths rear of McCIure's resldonco, 618 Slfi st'.'Rontli. All innclilnrry rcrnlreJ by tho.-Oxygcn- Acctylcrio WcWIng process on sh'dr't. notice. Also ska'tea ground.- 11. C. McClnrc. -Mgr. J. B, Walked EUSCTKICIAN MONEY'rLOAN ed TO lnn.1.1. Albeita Inveitrcent Co., Alberta Loan 2ll Impruv- l.or.n anil I Sl.'< Sr South. i I2H. j ilONBY TO farm lands security, Box 172, or K. J. Ifcaly, 40S 6lh St. S., Lcttibrldge, Al- bcita. FOR SALE Fully morlcri brick ho-.ise containing 7 nicely pa- pm3, fni] size birc-- I i'lh HL F. weTTc? tablished I3-ro6m boarding house. Call 210 9th SU S. Phone 1871. hop at Purple Springs, Albcrla." 31-2 INFOHMA'flON WANTED Mrs. K. Papmai: is-very anxious lo i'.-afu uf vvliorcalj'jijls of her pon, Anyone l.-avlng aren lihn wLltiln the year wo-jlil confer a fireat favor by communicating W, L. McKENZIE 4 CO, Blcctrlcal dealers 'and Contractors. r.y- -f. TS.F-rl CITY CHIMNEY SWEEP PHONE 1127, Lethbrldgo and Carpet Cleaners; Furnaces cleaned. Union Transfer Meaaengtr, Baggage, and Coal. Prompt Delivery PHONE 491 ;