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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta 'U, LITHIIUDQS, ALStNTA, SATURDAY. JANUARY 23, ItOf Daily Herald d tar the Daily 3erald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful at JfettiAM. Bound St.. Lethbridge, ftlbtffta, Qauada. W. A. ftUCHANAN, Managing 01- and Editor. DtUj one year, delivered six month. delivered, 2.08 DftUj.. Ikree delivered I M Daily, one month, delivered .SB Dtily. one year, by mail 9M Daily, Biz months, by mail Daily, three months, by mail -W Herald, one year I-5U changed as often as de- but both new and old address firen. UP LETH BRIDGE. provides that improve- ments districts for the purpose of.tou levarding can be where the property owners representing two- thirds of the frontage are in favor of the creation of a district. Assess- ments will then be levied on the provements. Before spring opens the Lethbridge city council should send a. deputation to look over the Great Falls system, so that we can possess some idea of tbo proper way to beautify our city j alonjr this important line. Hon. Chas. Marcil, the new speaker of the House of Commons, is one of the most brilliant and cultured mea in public life. He is 55 years of age. Albertan figures it out Weyburn-Lcthbridgewill, connecttith the W Lethbridge-Cal- I Side Ufihts i In the Name of the Prophet, Bosh! i "Don't Neglect a Cough or Cold. It can have but one result. It leaves the throat or or both, affected. Dr. Norway Syrup it medicine you need, it is without an ecpial u a remedy for Coughs, Colds, Brouchitii, Sore Throat, Pain in Asthma, Whooping Cough, Quinsy and all of the Throat and Longs. A doae of Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup will stop cough, soothe the throat, ana if the cough or cold become settled on the lungs, the healing properties of the Norway Pine Tree will proclaim its great virtue by promptly eradicating the bad eSbcto, and a persistent use of the remedy cannot fail to bring about a com- plete cure. Do not be humbugged into buying so- called "Norway Pine Jsyrups, but be sure and insist on having Dr. Wood's. It is put up in a yellow wrapper, three pine trees the trade mark, and price 25 cents. Mrs. A. EUes, 30 Toilet Sets To Be Sold at Coat argues. line become Vmr.ipeg and would give a tiou with Eastern Canada, .It shortens the distance Winnipeg and Calgary ar.o much better country the Resent main line. The Alberian's conclusion mu be correct but it is more certain that this Weyburn branch will IK- a line for'the C.P-B.'s short route from St. Paul to Spokane and Seattle. In- stead of the Soo trains travelling on! the present main lice from iioose j Jaw to Coleridge, they will break off! from -the present Soo Hue where, the new branch intersects it. and travel straight across country to Lethbvidge aihd thence west over the Crow to j Spokane and Seattle. j ..One thing that the Albertan says j -that' is absolutely certain is thatt city of will profit) very much by tbe new road, as it will open up some excellent territory which can be served by the southern city." THE BOARD OF TRADE. Some city -aldermen have offered criticism of the Board of Trade. The Board of Trade does not pre- tend to be spotless, but it is doing a good work at very little expense to the city. It is true that last year, owing worry about future appointments, and we shall, not take a hand in the popular amusement j nf making them i'i advance of Mr. Taft. It is difficult, however, to be j patient wiili the rubbish in regard i to tlie i'ldispensabilzty to the Ameri-j can Ambassador in London of wealth i and capacity t-i make a social splurge, j Our most admired and most success.! ful Ministers to Great Britain have; recommended themselves to the Brit-j ish people by their talents, their in. j dividual distinction, their grace as scholars orators, not by display. Mr. Charles Francis Adams, who had I the most difficult position of any Am-1 erica a Minister of the last century, j won the respect of a hostile aris-! tocracy by a coldness greater than; their owij, though covering an inter-! nal my Lord, means f constant watchfulness for; the interests of his country, by un_j failing coolness, tact aitd discretion. I Men like Everett, Bancroft, Lowell, Bayard, Pholps, Choate, did' not owe their social vogue to any j passion for splendor, and some of! the most popular among them were! actually poor. j The United Suites Embassy in! Lmidon, and in all capitals, should! be housed permanently. Its diplo-j inat-ic representatives should be paid! adequately. This for the sake of the United States. The reputation and the dignity of the Ambassador or Minkterare personal, arise from his j own qualities, are not dependent I upon expensive show. j The American Ambassador in Lon-j don has a different role in many re-j spects from that of the represents- j tives of other powers. If he has the! art. he is a speechmaker, a corner- stone layer. He is before the pub. lie more than his colleagues. Butj he is not required to be a mighty giver of feasts and routs; nor are-the British, whatever their faults, apt j to be greatly impressed by the mag- nificence of members of the "middle class." "Last spring I b Bronchitis, which'left mo with a terrible cough. I tried doctor's medicine but got The Bentley Co. Ltd. i mil Xetii! Phone 3i UTHBRIDDE OI Sjt. T VJVU. O A r j before I had finished it my cough waa j cured. My husband also uses it whenever has a ecagh. I not be with- out it" CARDSTON Cardston, Jan. Honor Judiw W. Roland Winter, held a short session of court here yesterday. Two cases were on the docket. The j first case called was that of Harley vs. Pilling Bros. This was a case in which the plaintiff was suing for The defendants showed that a valuable horse had been injured through the negligence of the plain- tiff. The court awarded the wages, but allowed a counter claim, which came to more than the wages. The defendants were represented by While the court house at Cardston is certainly one of the finest in the province, yet a few little furnishings would add very much to its attrac- tiveness. The Judge should have a suitable, high-backed chair, a rail- ing around the judge's table would be very appropriate, and a few more articles of furniture would add very materially to the looks and conven- ience of the rooms. At the Seed Fair held yesterday Messrs. T. B. R. Henderson, chief weed inspector oi the province, and W. H. Fairfield, of the Lethbridge Experimental Station, were in at- tendance. They expressed themselves as -well pleased the exhibit. At the- poultry meeting held yes- terday afternoon under the direction of Messrs. E. J. Cook and T. 0. La- Chance, a large crowd of farmers were present. Everybody was pleas- ed with the lectures and the discus- sions. There are several men in this vicinity who are devoting themselves exclusively to the raising of poultry, and find a good profit in the indus- OUR POINT OF VIEW. Moose Jaw has decided to pay its city treasurer and secretary a -year and even at that the isioose Jaw Times thinks the salary is too high. Senator .Chevrier, of St. Boniface, like the la.te Senator Bernier, is the father of a former member for St. Boniface in the Manitoba Legislature. Fraiik Paper protests strongly the towns in the Pass being placed In a provincial constituency, as it maintains that it will mean the election''of. Frank Sherman as a So- cialist. On the other hand Frank may the idea that the will mean the election of a figuring that the anti-So- people win unite to carry tlw constituency. One thing is ccr- the Pincher Creek constituency M present constituted will have to divided, if the seats :'.re to re- distributed on a population 1 usis. Montana, is going to iu- an Extensive boulevartling ttm thte. year, but before taking ac- tion it will send a deputation to Fails to inspect the system which said to be-the best in tbv stave. Tbe Lcwlston council has an ordinance calling for a uni- form system of boulevards. Tbe or- LYCEUM LAST NIGHT. Large and Interesting Program Greets a Full House. The program at the Lyceum last night was excellent. Chigo Easugo, the Japanese wonder, was well re- ceived; he is decidedly clever. Mar- ioc, il 2Pfig2 mfwyp purni ion Blake, the lady with the voice, was received with a round of ap- plause. The Mysterious Christopher is an excellent entertainer in his mysterious novelties, and last, but not least, .Dunsworth and Valder, in their very pretty little vocal sketch, combined with popular vocal melo- dies. In addition there were four large pictures of the very best. We' all know that when the Lyceum im- provements are completed 'that Mr. Brown will have as fine a stage as can be found in this part of the country. The scenic artflst arrived yesterday morning, and is now busy erecting the new procenium. THE BOOK STORE HAS FEBRUARY ALL STORY ARGOSY R.R. MAN POPULAR SCRAP BOOK McCLURE WIDE WORLD SMART SET AINSLEE HAMPTON'S BLUE BOOK METROPOLITAN SATURDAY EVENING POST LADIES1 HOME JOURNAL SAGE BRUSH PHILISTINE, Etc., Etc. Lfltt IK HMEI Charles Gigot, formerly manager of the Union Bank of Canada here, is in town on a business trip. His many friends here are pleased to see him. The Government telephone men, Messrs. J. Glover and A. G. Knapp, of Lethbridge, are in town making some.repairs, in the system. A num- ber of new phones are being installed. S. J. McDeramid, of the A. E. and I. Co.'s telephone system, is looking up the condition of the line since the cold weather. Manager Raleigh, of the .Waterton Mills, returned from. Lethbridge to- day. President H. S. Allen is here at- tending to business in connection with the new mill. Ernest Bates returned from Leth- bridge yesterday, "where he went to get a new shafting for the flour mill. Arthur C. Hay tree, of Minneapolis, is here, looking up land. He is pleased with the country, and thinks we have a great wheat belt. E. J. Albert, of Calgary, repre- senting the" Ingersoll Compressor Co., was here yesterday. He called on Mr. E. J. Wood, trying to induce him to use one oi the compressors in the large coal mine at Taber. A. G. Campbell, of the Colonial Investment yesterday ap- pointed D. 8. Beach agent ior the company. CANADIANS BEATEN. Glasgow, Jan. curl- ers arrived here today, and were de- feated by the score of 179 to 170 by the Scottish Ice Rink Club at Cross- in iloof. There will be two more of three hours' duration. Edinburgh corporation entertained the curlers at luncheon before their departure. British Colonial Photographic Co. Commerciii Ptiotogripbers and Dealers in Pbotograpnic Supplies Rooms I and 2 Oddfellows' Block 'Cor. Round and flufferin Are you having Photographic I troubles? Call and we will help J you. Our technical staff is I I always at your service, and any 4 K question will cheerfully an- swered ADVIOE GRATIS Amateur Photographers are specially invited TROUBLE is notin our Vocabulary Printing and Fin- ishing done for amateurs. All work finished inside of 3 days i Palpitation of the Heart. One of the first danger signals that an- something wrong with the heart is tho- irr-gtilax beat or violent throb. Often bhere is only a fluttering sensation, or an all sinking feeling; or again, there be a most violent beating, with flush- ings tha skin ai.J visible pulsations oi the artc-ries. The per-soa may experience T. w .gasp fot- breath dad feel as to die. In such coses i.he aotioi; uf- MiH'iinrs Heart, and Kcrve Pills tjnieiiug tUc heart, restoring its beat Mil imparting to the rwrvo eenlies, is, beyond aii question, mar- vellous. They give siKL prompt relief .that no one need suSer. Mr. Sylvester Smith, Hampton, N.B., ''I was troniilcd with palpitation of lhe hoarb ami tried doctors bft they only gave, me relief. I hcard.of your Heart and Nerve Pills and bought two boxes, and before I had used them I was "Completely cured and would them to all sirailarljr afiected." c-ft, 50 cents per box, or 3. boxes for at all dealers or mailed... direct on receipt "of pricerby The T.- Milburn Co., Lim-i Toronto. On t.. Western Canada Stock Co. Ltd. Dealers in Stocks, Bonds and Mortgages FINANCIAL AGENTS FOR Austin-Manhattan CODso- lidated Miniug Co., Austin. Nev. Capital And other large corporations Ldhbridge Agency J. ACTON P.O. Box 294 Office in Chinese Store. Ford Street, beside Palace Livery ELECTRIC WIRING, The high first cost of wiring dwell- ings is, in the majority of cases, the only reason for the non-use of elec- tricity in maTiy places. The cost of electricity is now so low that there is none so poor but what- he can af- ford to use it; the installation cost is the only drawback. As showing what can be done in the way of wir- ing a .building in approved, fashion and yet at reasonable cost, a dwell- ing so wired may be cited. This is an eight-room cottage costing, about It is wired for thirtyone out- lets, including switch openings, and has five circuits, with eight lamps on each circuit. Inasmuch as 12 lamps are permissible, on a circuit, it s? evi- dent that .extra outlets can be pro. vided if this is found to be necessary. The Makifif of Good Clothes Experience is the great essential. To_choo0e the fabrics, to buy in. the right market, to design a garment that will keep its shape, to obtain a perfect fitand a fashionable finish, requires experience CLOTHING is made by the leading firm of Canadian clothiers who have over half a century of the best work to their credit. DON'T BUY UNLESS YOU GET A SOVEREIGN. W. t. 3ANFORU MANUFACTURING CO. Unite J HAMILTON, OKI. Hayr Transfer Co. Leave vour Orders for GOAL, etc.! AT- HayrBros.HardwreStore I PROMPT GIVEN PHONE 180 You can al- ways count on getting a good meal at THE HUB 50 HEAD OF Heavy Mares and Geldings To be Seen at City Market RODGERS YOUNG Sale StabiM Wood St. STIRLING AND DISTRICT City Property, Business Sites, Farm Lands, and Coal Lands REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE R. A. Davis Stirling Alta. CANADIAN PACIFIC Western Excursions Single Fare Plus for the Round Trip From all stations in Ontario, Port Arthur arid west, Manitoba. Sas- katchewan and Alberta to The owner was well advised in ar- ranging for this reserve, and where first cost .is kept down no reserve is ordinarily provided. The total cost of the job, including everything ex- cept the fixtures, was Fourteen hours were required to make the in- stallation, one journeyman and a helper being employed. Only the best material was used. Every out. let- was equipped with an outlet box or plate. There were two three-way and the workmanship was up to standard, the installation pass- ing inspection without a violation. -Were there one circuit less, the same of lamps could be lighted and the price per outlet could doubt_ less be brought below It is ques- tionable whether the cost of such an installation could be made much low- er. If -builders of cottages costing could be assured-'that the lat- ter could be'.'wired' for electricity at a cost of approximately per outlet, it is safe say that every new cottage within reach of electric light would, 'wired. -Ordin- arily, however, the cost per outlet, is .many times ;the figure York Electrical World. VICTORIA and WESTMINSTER to OKMNAGAN VALLEY and KOOTENAY POINTS Tickets on 3ale December 1. 2, 3, 13, 19, 190S. January 4, 5, 6, 21, 22, 23 and 24, 1909, good to return within three months. ADDISON SON Directors and Embiilmeri 321 Crabb St. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Office and Residence Phone 103 Lamps The most efficient .carbon filament lamps on the market SOLD BY McKENZIE ff ROY Electrical Dealers and Contractors Redpath St., Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 204 i General Teaming i If you any teaming of any kind to do ring me tip, PHONE SOI.' Your i wants will be satisfactorily attended to. Coal must be paid for on delivery. WM. TAYLOK LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL OF SHORT- HAND Oddfellows' Building. Day and Evening Classes. Terms on application. j, E. MCGREGOR, Court Stenographer. Dec. JOHANNES H. MACMILLAN, Pupil of Henri Verbruggen, of Rome, Italy; Carl Simins, of Berlin, Ger- many. HIGH-CLASS SCOTCH MUSIC 'A Open for recitals, concerts, etc. For terms Koyal Col- lieries, Letbbridge.. W. M. DODD, ARCHITECT Calgary, Specialist in Fixeproofing, Sanita- tion Heating and Ventilation. E. Carver M.B.A.A., M.R.A., A.A.I.C Etc Manager Office Bryan Block BROAD AND WATTS, Builders and Estimates free. Repairs .and. altera- tions at the shortest notice. Stair work a specialty. 19-26 Lethbridge, Alta. W. R. BROWN Varnishing Household Furniture. AH of. Signs painted. Carriage Painter House Painter Paper Hanger Wood finisher, etc. Phone Argyle L. M. JOHNSVONE 'Barrister and SiJIcitor Office adioinitif Union Bunt, Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for RtyalCtMtrtetLM PROFESSIONAL CARDS OR. W. 8. QALBRAITH Physician, furgton, Aecoucrter HOURS: Before 9 a.m.. 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Office 914 Redpath St. Phone M DR. O. J. COURT ICE Dentist Giaduate of Northwestern sity, ChicKKO, 111. Hours-9 to 12; 1 to 6. Rooms I and 2, Macdonald Block DOCTORS MEWBURN DEANE Rtdpath Street HOURS: Before 9 a.m. 2-3; 7-8 p.m DR. A. McNALLY, Office and Rooms Stafford Block Office Hours: 11-12; 1-3; 7-8.30 Phone Night and Day 277 D. A. TAYLOR, I.D., C.M., Specialist, I2ye. Ear, Nose and Throat. Stafford Block, Lethbridge, Alta. Office a.m., 2-5 p.m.. 7-8 p.Jw- DR. J. E. Surgeon, Aecoucher, Oddlellovrs' Block. 9 a.m., 11 to 1, 3 to 5, 7 to 8. Phone, day and night, 342. MADAM (Orchestra! Piani-te) Teacher of pianoforte, argan ano voice production. Visits or receives pupils, prepara- tory or sdvancedt; Coaching for Howard House, Crabh Street. WR. ERNEST F. LAYTON, Violinist, Pupil of Geo. Wilbey, London, fing-, and of Frank E. Blachford, Toronto, is open for a limited number oi Pupils. Also for Concerts, At Banquets, etc. Terms on application. Phone 212. MR. ALBERT ELY Pupil of Dr. Erlggs, M. A., Song Singing and Voice Culture- Pupil of Chas. Hancock, Esq., F.K C.O., L.R.A.M., Organ and Theory. Voice Culture, Pipe Organ, Piano, Harmony and Theory, Song Open for Concerts, Be- citala. Etc. Terms on Application. Box Lethbridge, Alta. HAMILTON YOUNG ENGIKEEES AND SURVEYORS Room Block. C.F.P.Conybeare, B. Morton Jonek, K.C., D.C.L. B.C.L, CONYBEARE JONES SOLITITOR8, ETC- Offices: Conybc-are Block, Lethbridge, Allwrta. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. Office: fiouthard Block. F. B. RpLFSON f ARCHITECT 9 Whitney Blach. MS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Macdonald Block, Redpath Street Lethbrtdge, Alta. Lethbridge Lodge (38) A. F. A. M., G. R. A, Regular "meeting night, the Uilrrt Thursday of each month JQ Masonic Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 pjn. Visiting bre'ihreo will always receive a hearty welcome. A.C.ME83ER, G.V-8TORKEY. P. O. Box S8T Meets 1st aid 3rd Mondays iii'K.ofP Hall at 6 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. a. ASHCROFT, W.P. 24-ly QUS HEIDIG.W.8, LETHBRIOQE flO. H C. 8. P. 0. E. Meets on the second and fourth Tues- day of each month at 8.15 pm E. A. 8HARMAN, M. E R SecreUry HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, B C. LODGE PRIDI CM? ALBERTA, He. 2M, if Eifliri Unfit tafeti Meet in the Knighte cf Pythias Hall every first and third Wednesday in tnc month at 8 p.m. For full particulars apply W: j; Wide, pred T. W. President. SPC., Box 67." ;