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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TWO E LETHSHIDGE- DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, JULY 13, I9W. 11 1! 5 i -W Daily Herald this city Established December, 1907 by the Daily Herald Print- Oo., Ltd., evvry Iswful t-vuiiinj; .'it its ottiLV, St., Albtrta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director and Editor Subscription Rates Daily, une year, Uclivcruu Daily, six uionihs, di-livcred Daily, :hreu deliv..-red Daily, one month, aeiivured Daily, fiie by mail Daily, six months, by mail Daily, throe months, by mail Addiesses changed as ofu-ii will it bring publicity. 10 t> have it known th.Mt the greatest sale Oi ag-fieuhural land in the his- tory i.I Ainc-ric-a and possibly of '-lie world took in tliis city, but IVrU'lK'd fl'T llU'-M1 laiKi.- wilt prove conclusively to u.orld that the in ;UV havia- b '-1-1 most anxious M gt-t eC'-'iin's known that ''K- loC.G'J-1 s of wild prairie bud. b indifferent, scaiteved an i i area 103 miles by 72 miles, s nu: of I never quotes from the Torqmo paper. These eircinnsfuuces should irit make us conclude that tin-re is never a meritorious p-ragrupii in the Mail arid Knipire. th-nigh tint uj> -Muekenzi" King's speech being small because it was not in AuK-rieari newspapers. New V I RIBBONS If th i i pros.s t" in Mackcui-Jo KiiteV if the erection oi u pi-atv LUOIUI- Statt'S it is merely pn-uf that tlu- pa- 00' iiuii.'s u.i i- nn. vii across thi.1 lino vio not ;i iifiy :uul sixty miles froi'i ;i laii- j tiling .thoy luvir il. j road... scKl fur an avorau'o price of j .Sll.GO acre. will bev'in TJU. would better wiiis ;i court house or city hall it than and THE HYGIENIC BAKERY Is now occupying one of the stores in the Brown Co.'s building facing Crabb Street, Our bakery in the North Ward will be open 5 for business as usual. The very best on -f hand at both stands PROFESSIONAL CARDS U5J think that the h .851 berta are v.onh as de- j i, but- both new ses iiiusi be givij: It i? worthy of notice that.-he people who purchased most and wore anxious to get the- land; were those who have lived here forj Published every Wednesday in eight j s0.JKJ OI- a ;on.r [iUK.. Ar.A tho.Se who havp bee.-i iloalinir in i Southern Alberta lands. There wa? not enough land offered to satisfy them til! and hud the sale been twice as big. as large a proportion of th land would have been sold as and old ad- paces, and contains a summary oi the world's new? of the week, local! and foreign. _ One year, in advance Sb: months, ui j Three months, in advance ..'......50 conjri'r.neration of. tents. Hereafter The Herald will oppose iv circuses or other money niakin.- being the use of the i square, By Express To-day THE DAILY HERALD is 011 sale at the following places: i J. G. Kobertson; T-J- Co.. J. D. Higinbotham Co., i J. J. Johnston. _ _ i of tho land sale nnd them. old price for it. These travelling sh-w> tliat for a day or two arul ;i money out of the city should bi- compelled to pay a heavy license. Itt. 1 WlictaaiE and Retail I Phone 33 lETHBKIDGE Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PH ONE; 63 Tradp of 'the towns' People are so anxious to ee; South-! lould iakr the facis ern Alberta land they will pay any BUILDING PERMITS Ham- Co., R- ;jton j Auctioneer T. C. Morris spoke truly Pincher J. Mitchell, D. L. jie sajd that judicious udvertis- JlcCrea. j jne OI- ?aie bring more ke Bros. f L Eversfleld, Druedst. j migration than any number of immi- J. Stafford. i jrraticn agents. The sale set a price Fernie, B. E. Suddaby. upon wild lands that would convir.ce Cranbrook, Atchiscn. L. Keinecke. Grassv Tueham. F VVerta. i anv one of their value if it is made CO'-MB ON IN And try on a pair of our Oxfords- j. Donnan has let the contract for You'll find them easy as an old Money fc not an obstacle wherfmen i a new S7.5oo business block on Fo.d j [Q and.eleg. Sunny Alberta soil. ____ j R. w. Hill is building a dwell ant finish are just what they 1 n n -1 be. Our price is too little After last night's exTiibitioa of um- piring The Herald must admit that there is considerable reason for the j known. The Board of Trade of team's criticisms of umpires i citv would do well to make the fac's ITS OWN FRIENDS OBJECT The News. Osler-Coch- rane organ of the Conservative party, travelling under the guise of inde- pendence, attempts to create antag- onism against Sir Laurier amongs: English speaking people be- cause of his failure to cable an offer of half a dozen Dreadnoughts across the water to Great Britain. Because Sir Wilfrid is not as crazy on the de- fence question as a few Toronto Im- perialists., the News is going out to slay the Premier by making an effort to lead the English people to believe he is afraid to offend his French- Canadian compatriots with any offer known, while the Boards of Trade of I Taber, Grassy Lake, Bow Island, Raymond. Stirlins. New Dayton. Warner, Magrath, Carclston and other towns will find in the records of the sale abundant materinf for some good publicity literature. in the Western Canada League. ,et his new apartment resi-1 for these, but we're satisfied to crive YOU tha biggest end of the ior dence. Frank Powell is building- on the'cor ner of Crabb and Charles St. A lot of people expect a newspaper to use up its space criticising bodies, but the self same people are afraid to come out in the open and do any criticising themselves. OUR POINT OF VIEW i ought to be a good live town j as it is named after a good, live! man. bargain. F. German, The Shoeman Beside Bentley's An average price of S11.60 an acre for land scattered all over the Leth- bn'd-re land district shows that the valuation placed on the raw prairie I LAW, NEVER INTENDED ADOPTION OF SUCH ACTION Buffalo, N. Y.. July Scop ic, of Sherkston, Ont., whom a Can- adian village doctor was hurrying to Buffalo hospital night for opera-j lion, was refused from the excursion steamer and was t ashore shortly before four of assistance to Britain. in Southern Aiberta is higher than j 0-clock thi? inurnine. skull had It did not require a Liberal paper! any other part of the west, .and that bmi fracmred. When the steamer) to take the News to task. The King- means thai the land here is consid- arrivecl immigration Inspector ston Standard, a Conservative new- ered to be richer and more product- j to allow the doctor to bring Scopic ashore on the ground that he was a disabled alien. For five hours the ambulance stood idly at the dock and the wounded man remained on board the steam- er. Finally .the chief inspector was reached and consent was given to j bring the patient ashore under a guar paper, which always expresses itsjVve. OWTL mind and not that of the party bosses, undertakes the job. Here is Down in Peterboro county, Ontario, what- it says: the weather is dry that the farni- "The Toronto Xews is very much j e-rs are feeding the oats to the cattle disturbed because Mr. J. A. Macdon-1 a? they do expect it to be worth aid, the editor of the Toronto Globe, i had the courage and the good sense I g chances on it, the weather beinc so drv. Out here in Alberta the local hospital surg- 4 at the recent Press Conference to speak plainly, and to point out that' Tne rain is railing at the proper times i antee irom the several thousand of border! and crop prospects were never better, j eon that he would not become a jtseif line between the United States and j_____ ijc charge. border line without without armaments, without nnythiiHrj Criminal? hereafter keep whatever suggesting j weather eyp -on Chief these miles of unarmed border were i memory. He never iorsets. j an inspiring example to the nations i j of the world, and that he would like1., _ to see more such examples of na- The Toronto Mail and Empire j tional -sanity.' His theme -was rather j says fr put peace. News THE SPACES ARE WIDE (From speech of F. D. Ross, of tha Ottavra Journal, at Glasgow, Scot- land.) Sir, let me give you a little illus- tration from Canada. A short time before I left Ottawa I was chatting with one of our Western members of Parliament towards the close of our Parl amentary session. He was talk- ing of going, back to his constituency and he remarked, that his first busi- ness would be to take a run around among his electors. I said that i doubtless would, take some little time. replied, my friend, who by the way, is of Irish constituency, after all, is about two- ttirds the size of Ireland." Ireland is larger than Scotland, gentlemen, and I am not sure but that Scotland could be packed into that Canadian, riding. (Laughter.) It is not a bar ren constituency. That single Par- liamentary riding oi Medicine Hat in our Western Province of Alberta has the Aniericsn press never men- I REMOVAL NOTICE >f peace than of war and he plainly, R Mackenzie King's speech j mt hunseli on record as an advocate ll -t i ,f at Harvara. That may be -so and it refers, rathor slight- ingly it seems to us, to these utter- ances., and, coupling with it some utterances oi Mr. Macdonald. J declares that this is voice Laurier.' Be it so. -if il is the voice i of Laurier, then Sir Wilfrid has well j spoken. If it is the voice of LraififT. Then in this instance at least Sir Wilfrid has the backin? of the great j majority of the people in Canada tr-., day, who, thoroughly loyal as they] are in 5? nr-'1 j iookhiET farther'ahead than __ their i noses_la; very much fenr thp Tf-l ronto News is not dome in this ticular who strive to contimif har-i monious thst have so Irsngj existed bet-ween, Canada and the! Ur.itfd Statos. I "Of course thf tnith is that Mr. j Macdonald spoke, not- for Sir Wilfrid, but for himself, though in sppalans for -himself hi? undoubtedly the sentiments of riirht-thinking Canadians, who feel that it will never dp unriecessarily to stir up on this! continent animosities between i kindred people; who feel that, it will} not do to make the North America j continent a groat armed cjunp as j Europe i? now; who feel that in the struggle, that, is to f or. mastery the. only salvation for the Anglo- Saxon poople will be unity of actio'j and of purpose. i "To be the Toronto New? is pandering to a Toronto and Toronto in these days is prob- ablv the least of any city in Cannda in rospoct rf-al Can- adian sentiment.' But. in any event, to it it- is un- wise to sneer at a striver for peace: it is unwiser still deliberately to seek to foment discord. "The Toronto News lectures La Presse for creating racial Might not the News take its "own lesson, and ceasp to stir up strife between kindred "Let the News ponder well these words the greatest Imperial pa- per in .Canada today, thir Montreal Star, which says, significantly: 'Now Anglo-American friend- ship has become ,1 settled part of the world's -politics, we see no why the Dominion and the Republic should not live together on friendliest terms, engaged in a spirit- ed and wholesome commercial- and industrial rivalry, but ready to co- operate in defence of our principles and ideals -anywhere in the world. Canada mieht'well be tho link bind the Empire, an-d the Republic together.' The News is becoming a bigoted organ. It sees nothing pood in Lib- eralism. French Canadians or Que-j bee. It is the leader in the Little Canada school. also true that the American press To-day Eailrorid All Story Popular Blue Book Strand Etude British Weeklies t SAGE, THE PICTURE PRIMER Our clerks stop work at 6 p.m. Our patrons fix our closing hour We have moved our office from Post-office Block to CO.-OF BIDING, CRABB STREET Opposite Bank of Montreal) J. I. EAKIN CO. REAL ESTATE BROKERS, Phone 383. of fertile soil suili- cient to grow annually two hundred, million -bushels of wheat, which, is as much wheat as Great Britain gets in a year by growth and import com- binexl. You in the British Isles grew j bushels of wheat last year and imported bushels. You also imported considerable flour; but another of our constituencies could provide for all that. (Laugh- ter.) Sir, we have 217 Parliamen- tary constituencies in the Dominion. They are not all as large or as po- tential as Medicine Hat, nor, I will i admit, many of tKem; but there are some that are larger, and some wjiich T maj- prove more potential. FRUIT All kinds of preserving fruit and fresh Vegetables f arriving Daily Leave your orders THE H. McXIUOP CO., Successors to THE J. BROWN CO General Teaming We do all classes of teaming on the shortest notice. Satis- faction guaranteed. If you need coal and you want the best value your mpney will buy, ring me up on Phone 201. Coal must be paid for on delivery. I WM. TAYLOR JAMES RICHARDS Machine Shop, etc. Box 432 Near Steam Laundry PHONE 409 Automobiles, Gasoline Engines, Steam Ploughs and Threshing Outfits General Repairs Work of every description Satisfaction guaranteed WALL PAPER Largest and best stock in the city. Paper Hanging, Paint- J ing Etc. WELLINGTON'Bros. Cor. Cutbill and Court- land. Box 644. For a first-class job in CLEANING AND DYEING Ladies' or Gents' Clothes call at THE CITY Phone 353 DYE WORKS WESTEHN STITIDNERY COMPHIIY Opposite the Publicity Building For PUBLICITY Printing Business Systems manufactured in the City. WESTERN STATIONERY COMPANY Yards i Hares and Geldings i J. F. Rodgtfs Sale Stables Wood Street, Lethbridge GREAT ADVERTISING FOR THE SOUTH The sale of school lands that occu- pied the centre of interest in this part of the country last -week means a'i to tethbridge. Not only Important Notice to Miners We are offering you the best values in MINING- SHOES at..........S2.25, and S3.50 per pair These shoes are guaranteed to be good and solid all. through Men's working shoes and FITWELL Shoes for Men at per pair made from box calf, velour calf, vici kid, tan calf and patent calf leathers. Greatest value in the west HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY If You Have Any Money To invest drop into pur office, or write us. and inquire tbe soundness of ARROW LAKE FRUIT LANDS as a a investment If You Want a Home we will show you how to get a sub- stantial one at the Arrow Lake Orchards M. FREEMAN, Gen. Agent Whitney Block Lethbridge Canada Western I Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Ageuis. Fiscal Agents h Brokers. for Roysi Collieries Ltd All Standard Stocks Handled HEAD OFFICt-VICTGRIA. 8. C. DR. W. S. GALBRAITH-Physician. Surgeon. Acooucht-r. Hours- 9 a.m.. 2-3; 7.8 p.m. U14 Bed- pain 8t. Phon.i 53. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND OEANE Street. Hours-Before "in.. L'-3. DR. A. Stafford Block. Office Hours-n 1.3. 7-3.30. Phone night and DR. J. Surgeon, Acecucner, Oddiellowp- Block.- Hours-Till 9 a.m., 11 to 1. 3 to 5, 7 to 6: Phone, day ario night. 342. D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., 'stv Eye, Ear. Nose and Thrnat Stafford Block. Lethbridge, Alts Office a.m.. 2-5 p.m. p.m. DR. GARNET T. IVES, DENTIST- Grroduate Royal College Dental Surgeons, Toronto. Stafferd Agnew Block, Rooms 6 and e. Hours 9-12- l-o. UNDERTAKING ADDISON SON-Leading Under- takers and Embalmers. The oldest established business in the citj Phone 102. Office and 32J Crabb St. Parlors open day and night. orrT, 01. RECTOR ANJD EMBALMER-Car- nages and equipment new %nd up to date. Parlors opposite fire half Open day and night. Phone P. 0. Box 493. MUSIC MADAM Pi- Iniste. organ and voice produo tioa. Visits or preparatory or advanced. Coachioi for exams. Howard Houpe. Crabt Street. MR. ALBERT oi UT. Briggs, M.A.. Song Singing and Voice. Culture. Pupil of Hancock, Esq., F.R.C.O., L.B A M-. Organ and Theory. Voice culture, pipe organ, piano, harmony and theory, song singing. Open ior con- certs, banquets, recital'. etc. on application. Box fi90. Leth bridge, Alia. JOHANNES H. pu of Henri Verbruggen, of Eotno, Italy; Carl Simius, of Berlin, Ger- many. High Class Scotch music specialty. Open for recitals, ban- quets, concerts, etc. For terms ap. ply Royal Collieries, LEGAL L. M. ana solicitor. Office adjoining Union Bank, Lethbridge. 'SIMMONS to W. C. Simmons. Barristers, So- licitors and Notaries. Money to loan W. C. Simmons S. J. Shepherd' C. F. P. CONYBEARE, K.C., D.C.L Barrister, Solicitor, Etc. Office' Conybeare Block, Lfithbridee Al- berta. H. A. J. Solicitor, Notary. Room 14 Staf- ford Blk. SURVEYING J. F. HAMILTON, Land Surveyor. Irrigation and Hy- draulic Engineer. Room 5, Whit- ney Block. Phone 205. ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTOR! LODGE ALBERTA. PRIDE Of No. 293, Sons of England Benefit Society Oddfedllows' Hull third Wednesday Meets in the every first and the month, at tJ p.m. particulars apply W-. J. Waqe, W. President For full Fred; T. Robin? Box 57. lethbridge Aerie No. 837 Meets 1st and 3rd M o n d aye in K. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting orethren are cordially invited.