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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THELETHBWIDGE DAILY HERALD. TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1909. Daily Herald Established December, 1907 Published by the Daily Herald Print- ing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at its office. Hound St., Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada; W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director and Editar Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered Daily, six mouths, delivered Daily, three mouths, delivered Daily, one mouth, delivered Daily, one year, by mail Daily, six months, by mail Daily, three months, by mail Addresses changed as often as de- sired, but both new and old ad- dresses must be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight pages, and contains a 'summary of 2.00! 1.00 .35 legislation wili be brought forward early next session. The scheme has practically the unanimous approval and support of the whole' of the Agricultural and other Associations of the West, in ad- dition to which twenty out of the twenty-five memoirs of the House of Commons from the three Western pro- vinces, irrespective of party, have signed a memorandum to the Minis- ter approving of the scheme, urging early governmental action, and pro- mising support to the Government with regard to assisting in the financ- c Public sentiment in the West is en- in favor of the scheme, and 1.75 j there is a wide spread and very.evi- dent desire that the Government should take prompt action. The un- .85: Side lights J LORD STRATHCONA'S POTATOES (Dr. Wilfrid Cirenlell, in the Standard of Empire.) From the Mucdunakl Experimental Farm ut St. Anne's an expert has gone down to lest the capacity c newly adapted vegetables and fruit to survive and flourish in Labrador In the old days, when Lord Siruth cuna was chief Hudson Bay trader at Northwest river, he adapted som potatoes tv the climate by cultivating only tL Two Cars of f whose leaves on the ground instead o! up iti the air-as usual, aiu inimity existing is such that wt- ture to predict that the Government w-juld have little if any opposition towards passing the necessary legis- IJtlljCS1. tli-lli a wi.Lii.inki j I s- the world's news of the week, local! lation for financing and establishing and foreign. One year, in advance ...........Sl.oO Sis in advance j Three months, in advance........50 tublishing questionably, THE DAILY THERALD inuustry us proposed. Government responsible for es- the industry, would un- and very rightly re- iind those so being nipped by the hrst that cam..- along. have new one that will ripen in six weeks and by n'ist planting these in lath boxes till some rvola are grown, we hope to introduce or reintroduee, this invaluable and much-needed anti-scMcrbutic. 0'ive considerable and those Co.. J. D. Higinbothaui Co.. j lheir iianded down to posterity THIS MAN IS A MODERN DIOGENES as having achieved something of real :he whole win- J. J. Johnston. i Co.. R. W. Ham-'Tand lasthi-- ilton. f Pincher J. Mitchell. D. L. j munil-.v; McCre.i. feol we arc voicing the sr-nti- Bros. j of the ertat bulk of the pe-onle Drue Book Co. ...u V ,11 Coleman-Master J. Stafford. jwho" we tha' Fernie, B. E. Suddaby. necessary may quickly be taken Cranbrook. dfc Atchison. i by the Government to place this busi- L. Reinecke. I 1K.55 un a practical f-otin" Grassv Tugham. in i i Bow Jsland-A. F. Weris. j .A11 our Ue- _______ for an organized dead meat trade on these sound lines wish of tiir- We-t the Movie, B. C., Leader.) SOUK- time ago George Laurie, of Creston, had a man working him i Barb Wire On track To-day The Bentley CD, PROFESSIONAL CARDS THE HYGIENIC BAKERY and Retell Phone 55 BISLEY STORIES 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 for business as usual. The very best on hand at both stands Prescriptions Put Up at all Hours Your proscriptions receive the eaivful attention of ;m cx- p'.Tl :i: any time, day or night. the store at lO.oD p.m. the night boll is for important wants while 'phone will answi-riid at all time.-. Bring your pp'scrip'.iin'.s with confluence to the :'S DRUG STORE _ NORTH WARD J. ALEXANDER Graduate Druggist Proscription Specialist And Optician Phone -i-i'5 Night Bell MED.TAL DR. W. S. GALBRAITH-i'hysician. Burgeon. Accoucher. U a.m.. 2-3; 7.8 p.m. Office 914 Red- path St. Pbuue 53. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEANE -Kedpnlli Street. Hours-Before a.m.. 2.3. 7-8. DR. A. McNALLY-OSce and room. Stafford Block. Office Houre-ll' 12. 1.3. 7-3.30. Phone night and d., j. E. Surgecu, Accoucner, Odd'iellowp- -.lock. y a.m.. n to I 3 to b, 7 to d. Phone, day ttQd night. 3-12. X A. TAYLOR. M.D., iye. Ear, Nose and Throat Stafford Block, Lethbridge Office Hours-9.30-12 a.m.. 2.5 p m '-B p.m. DEAD MEAT EXPORT TRADE j For year.- the rancher? and j farmer.-: tinj country have fn.'in the- want of a steady and remun-; alweys ge i-rathv market for their finished stock.! need it. puMiiciion consequently retarded many in fae; went out of business Sunday's and Altogether. G.' have been to raise the into I ferv OUR POINT OF VIEW the rain just when as sawyer, but later he was set at work swamping. As sawyer he go; a day, and when he quit he was paid ihat wage for all time he was in .Mr. Laurie's employ. After his return to liis home in North Dakota the man wrote back the following letter: Esmond, N. D., June IS. 1909. Mr. George Laurie, Esq., Dear was working for your company last winter at Alice Siding j and I got. a day, bui I did not earn that much all the time, so I am sending you back some and if it is The Markemen Did Not "Bobs" and the Duke Know Bisk-y Camp. July showers d per acre con- to enquire and although they are all agreed upon the deplorable state of things and the urgent necessity for placing the indus- try on a better basis, n-.thing worthy j gas plant, of has been done this direc-' tjun. the appointment of the After seeing Medicine Hat this week be envious of tnat committee during the Dominion Fair last year, great things were expected. Frvin the members of that committee it was felt that a scheme of a prac- tical nature would be forthcoming to achieve the d wired results, and quick- ly place tiiis Dominion in its proper position as a meat prr-xlucins coun- try. The commitiee'.s report was some mouths ago submitted to the Hon. Sydney Fisher. Minister of Agricul- ture. It deals with' the tion, from the point- of view of the necessity existing'to recommendations for establishing a thoroughly organ- ised system of chilling, packing and exporting throughout the Dominion, financed with Government support and under Government control. The comprehensive manner in- which the subject is treated, the able, lucid and convincing arguments employed, 10- gethftr with the method suggested for protecting the producer, and allowing him to participate in the profits to be uesired. In fact it would be very diffi- cult indeed if not impossible, to con ceive a plan for inaugurating th business on sounder lines; morelikel to give greater be pro ductive of greater good. Owing to the mcmbers of the com mittee being connected with farmin pursuits, it was impossible for all c them to visit Ottawa to personally in terview the Minister of Agriculture however, a deputation at their own expense did so last month, and wer, accorded several interviews with Mr Fisher. gather from the result 01 these interviews that the scheme recommended in the report was con- sidered too large, and the deputation was asked to suggest something-of a smaller nature for the West only, more as a commencement. As amended proposal was submitted on similar lines to that embodied in tlic report, allowing for th- erection of two small complete works or feed- ers, at a total cost including working capital of something under two milf- not enough let me know as soon you respectfully. MARTIN SINNER. FAITHFUL TO BLIND MASTER Michael Collision at Bowmanville Could Not Get Along Without His Dumb Friends Bowruanville. July The sight of an old man holding tightly to his The firte-en cent meal has disappear- dog a common one in Bowmanville ed from Toronto but it hasn't reached.Th? man is Michael Collison Lethbridgt? yet. The Hazt-n a Conservative govern- to wir a bye-rrlection m St. John city and in thrir campaign brought in the char-res bgainst Hon. Pugsley, which were threshed out at the last session of the House of Commons. The result was a pronounced indorsation of the Liberal party and Mr. Pugsley. Turpin's Furniture Store every Wednesday afternoon July and August. closes during eod-tf. The Government are not asked to Put ;iny money, but simplv to one million five hundred thousand of the capita] required in 4 P'-r cent, bonds. This mean tlm necessary capital would be r-.-Klily forthcoming; the Government would exercise a reasonable measure of control over the industry, and prodiicfir would be adequately pro- t-eterj. Everything n? it should be if we aro ever going to take proper Placo among the meat exporting na- tions of the world. The Minister of Agriculture has himself -on several occasions referred to the durability of establishing a moat trade. Bofore the National Stock Association hold in Ottawa last yenr he .spoke as follows: a long time thore ought to be encouraged dead meat trade "to in Canana thr the Lnnod States successfully, and ck, not any reason why it should noL po on II.TO. There arc one or two cl.ffiQultieK. however, in the way, that spom to mo to bo very serious and yet, as I am not in the trade, perhaps look larger than they really From the above it is quite evident Mr. Fisher's sympathies arc with the movement, and we understand he has promised to bring the matter before) his colleagues at an early date, which j wf- trust may mean the necessary GO TO SAGE'S FOR YOUR 1910 OFFICE DIARIES Be In Time! Our clerks stop work at 8 p.m. Our patrons fix our closing hour Every one knows him: He has lived in the town for years, and while he i? never allowed to suffer want little heed i? given him now. The old man is blind and lives alone with his dog. The dog ha? always been known as man's friend. Certainly his dogs are true friends to Michael Collison. They have stood by him in his adverstiy, and it is through their aid that he is able to get along so well. Mr. Colliaon lost his eyesight some years ago, as the result of an attack smallpox. For a time he was help- less. Then the neighbors were sur- prised to see him being led about by a dog. How he had trained the ani- mal is not known-, but wherever he wanted to go this animal would take him. Since then Mr. Collison has had several dogs. The present one is of a nondescript breed, white in color. It does not look an intelligent ani- mal, but it can guide its master. Of the collie Mr. Collison had be- fore the people will.speak. He was intelligent. On Sundays he would lead Mr. Collison to church. He would lie in the porch until the bene- diction was pronounced and then re- turn to his master. The name of a store was enough for this dog. He would lead the way. When Mr. Col- lison had a job sawing %vood he would lead him there and lie by the pile until the work done. It was a sorry day when this animal died, but resignedly Mr. Collison started the training of his successor. of Connaught, brother i-f ward, passing along ih.- range, inquired of G'l.-f.TgT. born: "Is that the Krtvborn. not knowing tiic i of the- speaker, ivpiir-i: "May I a. "Sure you .-aid explained the rifle ventured the heavy rifle." j On another jed Private Gougeon i-f "How are you G-ougen. being unawaiv of tin- tity of the speaker, laconically re as he jerked his tion of the score "There's the board." Just arrived at Stock Yards I Mares and Geldinqe IP J. F. Rodgers Sale Stables Wood Street. Loth bridge FOR SALE: b-urcessors to THE J. B R 0 W N PROPERTY FARM LANDS I Coal, Ice an DR. C3ARNET T. IVES, DENTIST ooms G and 0. Hours 9-12; 1 -tj. MISS G.A.DAJNTY-Gradnate v u hos- St., near the El mills. phone 26'9 Ine il- Western Transfer Co. BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PH O N MADAM nKe. organ and voice produc twn. or receives pupa8 preparatory or advanced. Coachin. for exams. Howard HouPe Orabl to tree t. VJ General Teaming We do nil classes of teaming 2 on the shortest notice. Satis- fj faction cuaranteed. If vou need X coal ami you want the best value your money will buy, ring me up on Phone 201. Coal delivered C.O.D., 34.25.- WM. MR. ALBERT ELY-Papil n, m onggs, M.A-f 8ong gingiQg voice Culture. pupii of Chafl Hancock, Esq.. F.R.C.O.. L.R.A U Organ and Theory. Voice culture' Pipe, piano, harmouy and tlieurj. song sir.giag. Open for coo- certs, banquets, recital-. etc. Term. oa application. Bos 690 Leth bridge. Alta. Largest and best stock in the city. Paper Hanging, Paint- ing Etc. All property listed with as olaced on sale at our Calvary O J office. MONEY TO LOAN INSURANCE Offices in Bryan Block To Rent Southern fllfeerta loan Co, GEORGE J. BRYAN Telephone 425 Gen. Manager Room S. Bryan Block- WELLINGTON Bros. Cor. Cut bill and Court- land. Box 644. Barristers, So- uturs ana .Notaries. Money to loan 3. J. Shepherd! Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Brokers. for" Royal Collieries Ltd Ail Standard Stocks Handled HEAO 3. C. TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES Ribbons for all Carbon Paper, per bsx 100 sheets, from ..............33 Copying Paper, ream, from Agents for the REMINGTON MACHINES to SI40. Call and get terms. WESTERN STATIONERY CO. If TALK ABOUT CUT PRICES ON SHOES READ THE FOLLOWING AND THEN COME AND EXAMINE THE GOODS THIS BEITS WING III LETffRRIOEE MEN'S PATENT CALF, VELEUR CALF, TAN CALF, OR VfCI KID cut or button. Regular and Sale price Many of the above are travellers' samples and are made ol the finest selected materials. MEN'S OX BLOOD cut. Regular Sale price MEN'S OX BLOOD Sale MEN'S PATENT CALF LEATHER BLUCHERS-Regular Sale price MEN'S VELEUR CALF heavy soles. Regular Sale 20 PER CENT. OFF .ALL MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S TAN FOOTWEAR HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY SUMMER H j On the Beautiful ARROW I Fishing, Shooting, Boating, etc. Scenery and climate un- excelled. 1-4 acre lots on easy terms. Larger tracts for orchards that will net BIG RETURNS. Write us, call on us, or iet us call on you. Next excursion leaves Lethbridge Aug. 7. Calgary branch, Aug. C. -THE. Arrow Lake Orchards M. FREEMAN, Gen. Agent Box679 Whitncv Block LODGE ALBERTA, iiu. Sons of fngiand Benefit Societ) SURVEYING ney Block. ineer. Eoom 5, Whit- Phone 205. ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTOR! Williams Bros- Meets in evsry first and the month at (particulars IW. J. Wade, W. Preoideat. the Oddfedllows1 Hah third Wednesday p.m. For ful'l Fred T. Sec.. Box 57. Nc. Ml Meets I si and '-Jrd M o n d ay? in K. of P Hall at f- o'clock. Visiting orethren are cordially invited. ASHCROFT, W.P. F. B. ROLFSON-Architect. Room B Whitney Block. ___ AS- A. Macdonald Block. Redpath Jlreet Lethbridge Alta. W M DODD-Architect. Calgary and Specialist in Fireprcot ing, Sfinnation, Cheating and ventiia- Lethbridge Office.' Bryan ED.T.BROAD-GoutractOr and build eiv hritnuates cheerfully given Re. pairs and alteration executed At Letb' y GUS NEIDIG, W.S. A.F. A.M., G.R.A. Lethfaridgt. Lodge Regular meeting night, the third Thurgday of each" month in the Masjnic Hall. P. o. Block, at 6 p.m. Visiting brethren will al- ways receive a hearty welcome. A. C. Measer._W.M. G. V. Sterkey. Secretary, r. u. Box 537. Modern Woodmen of America LethbriSge Camp No. in the Oddfellows Hall ,j JmpcriaJ Bank of Canada month. every weunesaay of the Visiting neighbors wiJ] al- E. GEORGE-Eiectrical engineer and contrac'.or. Lighting and pow er mstallat, ,as. Plans and specifi- cations, uffice McKeown'fl Hard ware. Phone 302. and buijder. Estimates free. Repairing and alterations a specialty. Tern- porary office City Bakery, Ford 8t or Box 355, City H. Drafts- man and contractor. cheenully. given. If you want to see our new ideas in construction k-t us show you. They won't cost you anything. Address Lethbridge P WILLIAM WATTS-Builder and con- tractor, is prepared to give esti- mates free of cost on all kindi of work in the building trade, includ- ing, repairs, alterations, Box 518 Lethbridge. HEAD Capital Authorized Capital Paid Up D. R. WILKIE President HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY Vice-Pros Accounts of Corporations, Municipalities, Farmors and Private Individuals -invited. I! SAVINGS DEPARTMENT-Spccial attention is given to Bank Accounts. Deposits of JI.QO and upwards received and intcr- cst allowed at current rate from, date of deposit. BRANCH-W. R. SEATLE, Manager. Begin Block, Round St., beside Bcntloy's ways receive a hearty welcome. Coun- cilior. C. L. Griffith; -Banker, W. A. Clerk. N. Dowgett. UNDERTAKING 3- C. Toronto) Builder nd contractor. Estimates promptly furnished on all kinds of buildings; prices and satisfaction guaranteed. Apply to Room 7. Oliver Block. 141-8 AQpiSON SON-Leadius Under linkers and Embalmers. The oldes' established business in the citj Phone 102. Office and reai'lenrp 321 Crabb St. Parlora open da1, find night. T. S. FETTERLY-FUNERAL RECTOR AND ringes and equipment new and ui to date. Parlors opposite firo hall Open ,day and Phone P. 0. Box 493. iERBERT for foundations, concrete walks, base- ments and all kinds of concrete work. Terms reasonable. Esti- mates cheerfully given. Apply Box 630, City. J. W. and build-' er. Special attention to repair worfe- Office and residence 612 Omnland St. Box 1364. 178-26 Carmangay Stone grade building s.indsl'-no in Alberta. Cc- nmnt do.ilcrs. Concrete and exca- vnting confrnctnrs. Sec McTntyre, Bailey Co., Carmangay. 189-26 ;