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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Daily Herald December, 1907. .Published by the Lethbridge Herald iPiriitliis Ltd., every lawful >t its office. Cranb St. Lethbridge Albertaj Canada. W. .Al :BUCHANAN. Director and Editor PHONES and News Department. Circulation and Job 'Departments, Subscription Rates Daily, one year, Delivered Daily, BIX months, delivered Daily, fiiree raonths, delivered jl.OO Dally, one rsonth, delivered......35c o e, year, by mail.....'..-. Daily, aix moniiis, by cuail___ Jl.75 by mail .....Sac Addresses changed as often as deslr but ioth.new and old addresses be fe ven. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday In eight Mges, and a .suroraary of the of the week, local and district. year, jn advance___....... rss: in advance ;75c bree .months, in advance ....___50c r THE; DAILY HERAl D on aale at 'the following Drug and Book Co., J. Hotel, Co.. R. W. Ham- p-tncher Creek- -B. J. Mltchel, D. L- wJll have, to supply gas as the mines pro- :VThe will have, tpi sunnhr gas for: lightraiid power as the; city; plant supplies 'electricity. And even if they do make profits, the city gets a good slice of them right from the very beginning. The com pany will pay tuxes on whole plant from the time they to operate. j whole thing is a go 3d tion from the standpoint of the 'citi- zens of Lethbridge. and should receive hearty endorsation on Monday. It is a good thing: put the stamp of yoi.r approval on it. OUR POINT OF VIEW. Vote for all 'the bylaws. One of the biggest 'tasks the muni cipality has is to keep; tfo cxtshsions. rapid growth of the city requires i. large programme or thig work each year. This year the council propose, to make a third sewwr outlet, from North Letbtoridge, which will en able them to iustal a sewer system in that part of the city. Many wate: mains must be laid also. The power house must be fully equipped with, machinery, and some changes have been found necessary. The tota: cose of all this is estimated to be 000. This is work that cannot be left undone, and there is 'nothing else to do in the- interests, of the city but to vote for this bylaw. It a lui he talk. won't vote, neither shall Bros, Drug Book Co. f 3. Seal. Crsnbrodk, B. Atchison. L- Reinecke." Grassy Tughar_ Hotel News Stand- Ciamo-nd: drug store. Medicine M. Northamj 'so email trains. GET OUT AND VOTE" On Monday it is up. to the -burgesses of this city to, vote on "the eight by- laws, fteing submitted. As yet there foe very little talk about them on the street. The lethargy Vote on Monday, or else never say anything more about any of the mat- ters to be voted on. It is a citizen's duty to bear his share of the responsibility by express- ing his approval or. disapproval of civic matters. Whether, you want the 'bylaws, all or. any to pass, use the ballot ,to express .your opin- ion. Fill that one-polling booth so full on Monday that the council will see the necessity of having three or four next time. Vote to provide the city's share of the expense of constructing the Coutts I street overhead bridge. It is a mat- j ter of .but It will be worth i much-more than that to the'city for i reasons that do not need to be re- hearsed. From Other Sanctums Didn't Like Resrflt Aibertan.) Ex-Mayor Cousins of Medicine Hat left that town on the day after the recent bye-election, with the-pleasing message that he didn't want to live in a town that voted the way the Hat did. ,Jt is surmised that the Hat will not be a-ble to get along without the presence of a man with as rare wis- dom as Mr. Cousins. MAY HAVE BET ON JEFF, TOO (Calgary Aibertan.) The final majority of Hon. Mr Mitchell was 474. This is the elec- tioin which the Edmonton Journal said would result in .Mr. Mitchell los- ing his deposit. It is to be hoped that the Edmonton Journal did not do much v.-agering on the result. 7-room modern, on Courtland Westminster near easy terms Splendid lots on Dufferin for home, large trees on property. Call and get full particulars 50 x 125 corner Coutts and Redpath. Splendid business site. For sale, easy terms Freeman, Maeleod Co. Phone] 212 Lethbridge HpteJ Block v ACCESSORIES Vnr stock of accessories li arriving dally. We have just received stock'of auto tubes, sizes 34 4 and 30 x 3. f tic Standard Garage Co, PHONE W4 WOOD IT. to help build up a great: city and then neglect to get out on Monday to vote characteristic of these matters seems'jfor bylaw providing the sum of to rest over the citizens of "tlds .city. to secure sites to sell at a rea- It is to hoped that they -will shake it off .on Monday and i ory Didn't L-ike the'Company (Calgary It looks like "the height of ingrat- itude for the provincial Opposiuon jto undertake to rend Mr. R. B. Ben- Do not talk about the necessity of I he allied himself with manufacturing industries here iasurgents in tlls legis. and vote one; way or the other on Monday. The City Council evidently did not expect a'very big vote, as they provid- ed, only, one polling booth. They had the right' to expect only a small vote asi tie vote never has fceen large. Bat now it'is time for the citizens to get busy and hustle out a-.big-Tote.' It Is not for the alder- any more than, any'one else to do so. It is the duty of every cr> zen. It .is an important matter to .vote away S31S.QOO all at oace. TMs is a. case where silence hardly gives consent, for if there are many object- ors, the silent vote does not count, and the bylaws may be lost because the silent ones did not give their consent hard enough to get out and vote. .It is an. important: matter to sonable price to these concerns. It wil1 fae money Tvell invested. Get out and'-vote. lature. vote any .company the right to use the city streets for any purpose. The man who does not vote will never have the right to kick or approve, whatever the outcome may be. He cannot say "We did or 'T told you." It is np to the man to vote or forever after hold Ms peace. Get out and vote. The Xorth Lethbridge fire hall must be paid for, and the public works de- partment'-needs stables, storehouses, etc. Vote for the -bylaw providing for this purpose. if you want 'to see the steam shovel dig-trenches ror the water- works and sewer systems at a cost that will mean a big saving fo> the city year, vote for the that will provide it as well ,as an equipment of wagons, teams, scrap- ers, etc., for the local improvement work. Don't fail to vote for this by-. law, and then talk economy after- wards. GOOD CITIZENSHIP. J. D. McGregor isn't one to make a big show of what he does when he undertakes to .help anyone ont, bat those who know what he is doing tBis year to help out the homesteaders who have been hard hit by the drought, say that he is doing more for n the country at this time than anv 8th- t0 As managang "f to (bridge not big enough and pros- Lethbridge ougut to have some real parks. They have the ground, but none of it looks the least like a park. The Counca wants for this purpose. They- want to .beautify Gait -Park, and not have it a by-word for 'barrenness, any longer. They want to fit up and improve Henderson Park, so that it will be one of the fin- est parks in Western Canada, and at the same time provide a place for all kinds of sports and recreations, as well as an exhibition ground. The same is to -be done to Adams Park in North Lethbridge. is want- ed for this purpose this year. It is a good move. Vote for it She Was So Particular (Harper's Weekly.) Ella was seen.one day -before the mirror on a chair, scrutinizing her face in the glass. With a deep sigh, she "I don't see how God could have given me. such a, nose, when he knows how particular I- amf Black and Green (Vancouver Sunset.) A freshman, meeting the colored janitor, indulged in a callow joke: "Pretty near winter, he jovially. "'The trees-are getting nearly as black as you are." "Dat's true, sah." and William sur- veyed the elm trees very thought- fully. "Nature's .wonderful, sah, no mistake. Come spring, dose trees 'II be most as green as yon is, sah." Praying and Packing (Exchange.) A'reorter called on a rector to ask him, if he-. had accepted the -bishopric that had been offered to him. The servant said that her mas- not -be seen. He was at prayer seeking for guidance. Then could the reporter see the rector's "Oh. said the slavey, "you can't see her. She's 'busy pack- ing up." i The Key to the Growth of Lethbridge il The Office of the Kipley Transfer Co Is Now On Ucdpath St. Opposite Methodist Church Draying done on short notice HAY AND GRAIN FOR SALE PHONES: NO INTEREST The NO TAXES Cadillac '30 and the celebrated T. AUTOMOBILES Sold by v .t mmii OLIYEB BLOCK Lethbridge er, man. South Alberta Land Co., .which is putting in an immense irrigation sys- tem, it is in his power to provide a great deal of work. And without calling any great public meeting to announce the fact, he quietly tells those to whom the people more nat- urally look in such times as these, that he will give the homesteaders all the work they want this year, and that no men or horses on the home- steads need remain idle. He has practically guaranteed to see them through in this way. That is practi- cal sympathy and genuine citizenship. In the Public Ejt SUPPORT THE GAS BYLAW. ,po you think'it right to give a com- pany the right to use the city's streets and lanes for the purpose of distri- buting natural gas to the people at a price the maximum of which, is set iby the council and under conditions that seem in even- way favorable to the people. .The council can cancel franchise if the company does not i live up to it It can take over the company if chey do not carry out their j contract anytime during the lifetime of the franchise or at its expiration. The company is undertaking to .bring the gas from Bow there is gas enough for a hundred Leth-' It is no gamble, but a cer- far as tbp gas is concerned. Tie company looks like a sure thing too, judging from what, they are do- ing in Calgary. Do you want natur- al gas in the city? Do you think it would be a good thing for others as as yourself? The city cannot undertake the enterprise as a muni- cipal affair, as it will take upwards of a million dollars to bring the gas to the city and''distribute it That is more than the city can stand at the present time. And at any rate, giv- ing the franchise cannot 'create a monopoly in the ordinary sense. The gas company will always liave compe- perous enough some years ago to bring- par value for its debentures, they had to -be sold at a discount (which, fortunately, now is not the The whole par value was ne- cessary to carry out the works for which the debentures were voted. Consequently, the councils for the dif- ferent years had to make up the dif- ference from current revenue. This should really be charged to capital account The present council pro- poses to square matters up by passing a -bylaw voting for this pur- pose. This is a good thing. Vote for this bylaw also. HOT WEATHER COMFORTS Our stock contains many things which will give you comfort and pleasure during 'the warm summer months. Toilet Powders, Toilet "Wat- ers, Perfumes, Sponges, Bath Brushes, Bath Powders, Show er bath attachments. These are just a few. We have many more. THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Aeadia Block, Redpath St. Day and Night Phone 555 Night Bell Dispcnatr. Picture Framer. A Young Cabinet Minister Earl Beauchamp, K. C. M. G., the new Lord President of the British Cabinet in the place of Viscount Wol- verhaiapton, G. d S.. L, is only 38, is popular, handsome and capable, and has in recent sessions taken a prominent part in the direction of Government business in the House of Lords. He was a Conservative at Oxford, ;but not for long afterwards. At 27 he became Governor of New South Wales and held that ;post fo three years. He was appointed "Lord Steward of the King's household.in 1907. Moreover, he has been Mayor of Worcester, and las done useful work as a Progressive on the old London School Board. married a sister of the Duke of Westminster. Lady Beaucnamp act ed as' hostess for the Liberal Gov- ernment during the Colonial Confer- ence. LEGAL JOHNSTONE Jfc ters and solicitors. Office, adjoin, ing Union Lethbridge. L.M J. Norman Ritchie. CONYBEARE, CHURCH McAR TKUR Barristers, Solicitors. Notaries Public and Commissioners. Conybeare Block, Lethbridfe. Alta SIMMONS Solicitors and Notaries. Money te loan. Offices In Canadian Bank of Commerce Bldg. W. C: Slmmoni- J. Shepherd- H. A. J. Solicitor. Notary. Room 14. Stafford Block. J. Solicitor. Block. Barrister Office, fiooma a and I. Ott RAILWAY STOCKS Xew York, July lignt trad- ings Pacific, Reading; Atchi- son and Southern Pacific as favorites gained a point in early trading. At- chison was -strong and crossed 97 on liberal purchases. Be lief that regular dividersds would be declared, finished strong. Reading moved up to 144, but: there was con- siderable stock for sale on that level {Specialties and utilises shares were 'strong in sympathy. GALIC1AN LABORER JUMPED OFF STREET CAR Winnipeg, July unknown Gal ician laborer jumped from a moving street car on Selkirk this morning and was fatally injured. He alighted on'hig head and sustained concussion of the brain. Bush fires in La Valee district, near Fort Frances, are dying out, but there has been no rain. Fire at the G.T.R. sheds at Allan- dale destroyed much freight with the sheds- and weigh house. MEDICAL DR. W. S. GALBRAlTH-Physiciw S-urgeon, Accoucher. 9 a.m.; 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Office 914 Red path St. Phone 53 DR. J. c. Physi- cian and Surgeon. Electric and'x- ray treatment. Office Room 18 Sherlock Building. Corner Redpath and Glyn. Hours: Till 9- H-i- 3.5. 7-9. Sundays: Till 10; 1-4; 8.30-9 30 Phone day and night 1242. R B. C, THOMSON, B.A., slcian, surgeon aeeoucher. Office Douglas Block, Westminster Residence 320 Wadlwork St. Phone" 476. WM.TWILLlAMS-Architect WM, NURSING THE DAINTY PRIVATE HOSPITAL Maternity work f specialty. Grad- uate .nurse in charge. C. McCLURF S. KNAPMAN THE STANDARD CO. team and Hot Water Heating e and Workshop at 610 Burdett PHONE 485 PLUMBING ;onnor, Manager. atiflg, gas fitting promptly attended Block, Eedpatb. Letbondge, Aita. Block. I. Phone 1241. Architect, Sherlock 41. POAPST d. Solicitors and Notaxlw. Money loan. Southard Block, A. TAYLOR, M.D. Stafford Block, Office hours: 9.30-12 a.m.; 2-6 7-8 p.m. Office Phooe 341; dence 693. Special TOt pja.; R. ANDREW SMITH, B.A.. L L Barrister, Solicitor, Public, etc. 4 Alberta Block, Round cltor. Notary Public, etc; 1 2 Block; Money to Loan. CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT W. D. aocountam Audits, hqcidations, general sccoun' ing ,and advice thereon. Acadia Biock. Lethbridge, Alta. DR M. J graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and holder of a Dominion j Macdonald 'Blk, Phone 1071. Sierlock Block 1438. acd Con- tojctor. _ Estimates free. Repairs and Alterations. Office Room 5, Bryan Block. Phone 426. P. O. Box 512. N ,_ K. Contractor mate5 s; nothing .mall _ Professional Cards CARPENTER hou- ses, shacks, churches, halls and estimated, on, and all kinds of and alteration work carefully -ed. Orders with Mr. S M Lr store at 402-Westminster or JtJox 43o. -J. REYMARD-A11 kinds of and recon; shortest ery. Crabb or General Deliv- 137-26 CONCRETE DR. Surgeon smd Aeeoucher. Office Stafford Blk Phone 567. Residence 425 Bartlett St Phone 521. Office hrs. 10-12; DR. J.A. and Sur- geon. Aeeoucher. Office and resi- dence 1210 Co.urtland St. Phone 1246 MEDICAL DR. phytS clan. Bryan Block, Room 21. hours 9-12; 2-5; 7-10. Phone 658 DOCTOR Redpath Before 9 a.m.; 2-3; 7-8. St DR. Stafford Block. Residence 313 Westminster Rd. Of- fice hours 11-12; 1-3; 7-S.30. OWce Pr.one 319; Residence 1090. UNDERTAKING T- S" Director and Embalmer. White and black hearses, jgarlors open day ana night at flJnr doors west of Post Office. Exclusive agency for the Th ar5S Sommervllle Marble Co __ And cheerfully given Residence 633 Bartlett St pf O Box Cello by a lady -AiSS NORMAN, teach- er of dancing. 622 Crabb St iJSo lr- J. W. given in voice cultivation, organ and -to. we playing and theory. prepared for sociated Board of the Royal A, emy and Royal College of Music Courtland St, Phone 420. H. C. C. SALMON Is prepared ceiye pupils in Piano 1213 Bompas street, p o HOT Fnone 1162. SURVEYING U-THBRIDQE ALEDONIAN SOCIETY Caledonian Hall, Olub Toom open evening 7.10 1080. Sunday exempted. All Scoieiaen welcome tc Prea. DR. C. C. Surgeon, Aeeoucher. Office, Alberta Block Residence, corner Glyn and Bom- pas. Hours, 11-12; 2-4; 7-8.30. DR. GARNET T. grad- uate Royal College of Dental Sur- geons, Toronto. Office 219 Sherlock Building. Hours 3-12, 1-51 Phone 463. DR. tad eon office Slgtabotham Block- Phone 410 Ernett Street; 'PfceM 111. R. G Director Embalmer. Graduate or San Fran- cisco college, and Cincinnati college latest methods or embalming- black and white funeral soW-aad set up; all work strictly under the charge or R. G. Addlson. Lady In attendance, oace 32T Crabb street, Lethbridge; Phone CALEDONIAN MALL The Caledonian Hall Is open to 1st for dances, parties, banquets. Best floor in city, steam heated, kitch- en In connection, all modern" co'nven- _, Irrigation and Hy -Engineer. Rooms 5 and 6 WWtaey Block. P. O. Box 657. Phone V. H. YOUNG, B.A.Sc.-Dom. Land Surveyor; mine surveyor; irrigation engineer. P. O. Block. Phone 111 R. E. Industrial Spurs, Railways, Yard Layouts, Water Supplies, Sewerage imgattoij Flans, Estimates, etc. etc! 211 snertock Block. P-noatr 1433 Meeta and in K. or P. Hall at f o'clock. brethren are cordially invited J. McBRTDE SHITBLY W P GUS. NEEDIG, W 8 LA Mining Engineer. Surveyor. Room Building and Dominion Land 217, Sherlock J H. Kellie. Western MANICURING, ETC. Redpath "St Ladies'Jhalr dree- manicure for ladles and genUemen Lethbridge, Alta, LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA, No; 293, Sons of England Benefit Soeieiy Meets in toe Oddfellows' Hall every first and third Wednesday of the month at 8 pm. For full par tlcurars appry F. T. A. j. warro.. w. Presided, BOX ;