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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ALBERTA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE B, IMM. Daily Herald Established December, 1907 can beg. if Toronto, Great Falls, and Helena, and other cities find it. pro- pt'r to beg. If we dou't beg who is go- ing to build us the library. We have- n't any millionaire citizens who have the library bee in their bonnet. The city can't; offord to build and equip Published by the Daily Herald Print- the Proper kind of library, we are told. ing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at its office, Round St., Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director and Editor Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered Daily, six months, delivered Daily, three months, delivered Daily, one month, 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 2.00 1.00 .35 Who else is there to' look to than Carnegie? But, we are informed in a whisper that the laboring classes will frown upon any gift from a cap- italist of the type of Carneigie, who they charge made his fortune by crush ing down the workmen. Some labor men. may look at Carnegie gifts in that light but they are net consistent 3.001 for day in and day out they patronize in some way or other, men and firms 1.75 .85 Published every Wednesday in eight pages, and contains a summary of the world's news of the week, local and foreign. One year, in advance Six months, in advance........75 Three months, in advance .50 THE DAILY HERALD who are at war with unionism. They smoke non-union tobacco and wear sweat shop clothes. What is wrong then with taking a slice of Carnegie's fortune and using it for !hcit mental development. Carnegie has the njKmey; if- twe don't get it some one else will. If he is doing harm "with it in his indus- trial pursuits, take it away from him j and it for a better purpose. The council many of the worst crimes in history have committed iu the residential portions of cities and up to this day a lot of them remain un- solved. Had these districts been pro- perly policed the perpetrators of these crimes might have easily boon cap- Macleod believes in acknowledging the generous treatment of the Alber- ta government so it had the cabinet come and_open the new bridge. Chief Gillt-spie is the most efficient chief of police in Alberta in the Her- estimation. He is his all the'time. The residents of Winniirvd find that tor washing the affected parts. Who ever heard of a laundress trying, to wipe clothes clean? utter non sense; they must be washed. (Loud applause.) And as for not givinj morphine for the life of him ho could see why nut. He gave it right, along and always got excellent, re suits. He wouldn't do without is. in fact, in ipite of Dr. Deaver's asser- tions (more And, as for leaving the patient alone to get well himself, why, if Dr. Deaver's patients got well, it was in spite of. and nut because treatment. "In short, when my time comes to have diffuse peritonitis, I hope Dr. Denver will not be in attendance." (Cheers and laughter.) Dr. Bruce, of the Toronto General Hospital, thought that Dr, Deaver's the postal service since the new paper was a masterpiece, but still he train schedule came effect is must differ with both that authority a matter of fact there j and Dr. Ross. How could a patient isn't any mail service. Up to yester- day afternoon not a particle of mail ever hope to get well if the wound is- n't as both doctors named is on sale at the following places labor idea of letting him hold all the Leth R Sage J. G. Robertson money that he has amassed seems a Co.. J. D. Higmootham Co.. J J Johnston j weafe one the economic stand- Young Co.. R. W. i. T- T t_ n YN T Vancouver has a -library Pmcher E. J. D. L. I -t t, w. flcCrea I IS home of the intelligent Westlake Bros. i workingmen every evening. In addi- Cardston S. L. Eversfield. Druggist, tion to the books and papers, he is en- Master J Stafford. j to secure instruction in techni- Ferme, 8. C- N. E. Suddabv. Cranbrook, B.C.-Beattie AtchisonJ cal objects or he can pass a pleas- Claresholm 0. L. Reinecke. Grassy Lake Dr. Tugham. Bow A. F. Werts. ant evening playing chess and check- A visit to this library in that city would impress the labor leader, who has the development of the A LIBRARY FOR LETHBRIDGE! intellectual side of his fellows at We are told in the latest issue of that Jt was a veritdble Mr. Carnegie had had been thrown off at the station j stated must not be the case? They though two mail trains had been did it all along hospital and through. There is certainly some- got splendid results. thing wrong and it is the duty of the j railway mail service to remedy it. pro- DEAD GERMS OF DISEASE Other learned members of th the largest sugar vaccine now figures 'in the treatment j planters ni Hawaii, announced h-re of various diseases was ably shown today That on account of the difficulty to the Ontario Medical Association by planters in Hawaii, announced lu-ro Dr. G. W. Ross, ci this city. Dr. j p .e workmen_ labor in the Ross, who is a son of Hon. Senator i islands be riropped> and G. W. Ross, holds antM.R.C.P. degree tu2ese would be iniported to Ulke ITheBentleyCa. Ltd. Pkone oi anil Retail lETHBRIDGE FOR SALE Horses and Hay la any quantity at J. F. Rodgers Sale Stables Wood Street, Lethbridge PROFESSIONAL CARDS J Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. J LONG BROS. Proprietors J Office opposite Balmoral X PH ONE: es from London. Eng. Some five years ago Sir Almoth Wright, of London. Eng., discovered curative powers in vaccine ior cases of localized tuberculosis. Dr. Ross is one of Dr. Wright's prize pupils, for the past two years here has stud- ied and used the vaceint- treatment. The vaccine is an emulsion of the dead germs of the disease itself, and is injected into the arm, but without causing the pains and troubles often accompanying the ordinary vaccin- ation. This vsaccine produces opson- ins, which act upon the germs of the disease 30 thai the germs are more easily taken up by the red corpuscles. places. A. J. Campbell, former territorial secretary for Hawaii, loft Vancouver today ior London, en route to Pi'.rtu- gal, empowered to arrange for the em- ployment of Portugese to be sent to Hawaii. Seven thousand Ja- panese are now on strike in Hawaii. Baldwin says that every Japanese workman will be discharged if Por- tugese can be obtained. Buys FOUR of the best Lots in the DUFF ADDITION Termsr One-third Cash balance in 8, 6 and m mtbs. Fire, Life and Accident Insurance. Money To Loan P.O. Block Phone 383 t Drop u post card to I I. W.Van Ry t I'd Herald t If you want your windows j cleaned. Carpets taken up, cleaned and re-laid. J Any sort of house-cleaning work MEDICAL DR. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucher. 9 a.m.. 2-3; 7.8 p.m. Office 914 Ked path St. Phone 63. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND -Redpath Street. a.m., 2.3. 7-8. OR. A. McNALLY-Office acid rooi Stafford Block. Office Hours-ll 1.3. 7 3.30. Phuue night and da, DR. J. E. LOVERING-Physicinn Surgeon, Accoucner. Block. 9 a.m.. li to 1 3 to 5. 7 to 8. Phone, 'day night, 342. D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., C.M.-Special- Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Stafford Block. Lethbridge. Alia Office Hours-9.30-12 a.m.. 2-5 D m T--8 p.m. Under- The oldes. business in the citv JAMES RICHARDS Machine Shop, etc. Box 432 Near Steam Laundry PHONE 409 Imperial Bank of Canada Although this treatment will not j cure pulmonary tuberculosis, Dr. Ross claims that it cures localized tuber- culosis or_ tuberculosis of the glands, joints, etc. This treatment by using dead germs is in its but it is being ap- plied in cases of boils, ersipelas, black barbers' itch, etc. Dr. Ross has a laboratory .at the geii eral hospital, where he is assisted by F. E. Challis, a medical student. Dr. HEAD OFFICE-TORONTO Capita! Authoriztd Capita! Paid Up.......................................... S.OOO.OCO D. R. WILK1E President. HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY Vice.Pres. Accounts of Corporations, Municipalities. Merchants, Fanners and Private Individuals invited. SAVINGS attention is given to Savings Bank Accounts. Deposits of and upwards received and inter- est allowed at current rate from date of deposit. Automobiles, Gasoline Engines, Steam Ploughs and Threshing Outfits General Repairs Work of every description Satisfaction guaranteed and nigh ErTn RECTOR AND EMBALMER-Car i aa Vripmeut new to date. Parlors opposite fire IS m MUSIC MADAM Pi- aufete. organ and voice produc tion. Visits or receives pupila. preparatory or advanced. Coaching for sxams. Howard Howe. Crabt Street. MR. ALBERT ELY-Pupil ol yr Briggs, M.A., 8ong Singing ana Voice Culture. Pupil of Chas Hancock. Esq., F.E.CT.O., L.R A M-. Organ and Theory. Voice culture pipe ortac. harmony and theory, song sir.ging. Open for coo- certs, banquets, recital-, etc. on application. Box 690. Letb bridge, Alta. "lie as Mr. Carneigie says, "are the cradles of triumphant "democracy." The Herald believes in a greater Leth bridge, not materially great only, bu great in its service to its people, grea __. Lethbridge Branch, W R SEATLE, Manager." Ross has treated over 600 cues in the Begm Bl" beside Beutley's where they can improve their minds t- in its consideration for the lives and develop a taste for the finer and the young and old, great in its de- sire to improve the minds and bodies of our people, as well as the value o: property and the provision of modern conveniences. On this question of a public library we would like some ex- pressions of opinion. We would' glad- ly publish the views of the business man. the profesional man, and the working man. It is our desire to arouse an interest in this problem, to get the people thinking ahout it and higher things of life. Our citizens, if they do not neglect. their own chil- dren by failing to provide helpful at- tractions at home, certainly pay lit- tle or any attention to the young men and women, who are here, far away from the influence of home, and the attractions their former place of residence no doubt furnished, good., clean amusements, gymnasiums, etc. We seem to be a selfish people. We- forget the- stranger within our gates and think only of self. We are pre- pared to assist industries to come to the city, because they will help us from the material standpoint. We are eager for railroads to'come in here and provide us with competition for material reasons. We vote money for civic improvements, so that the value of our property will be advanc- ed. All these things we are prepared to do in the interests of our pockets but we very rarely if ever consider the provision of the institutions and organizations helpful to the develop- ment of the mind and the body, the making of a wise-minded and phys- ically strong people. Time and again The Herald has-ad- vocated a public library and a Y. M. C. A. for this city but never a word of encouragement for the proposition has been offered. Our business and professional men sit at ease and con- tent themselves with the thought that the church should look after the young men and women. As long as they provide books for their own families to read and send them to school or to college they are content. They for- get the strangers, who are here with- out the influences of home and the ac- 'quaintance of good friends. They leave them to the churches. A library would be a great moral and intellectual asset to this city but we are tolji the city could not pro- vide a site, construct a building and maintain such an institution. We must have sidewalks, sewers and pav- ed streets first. All these things are ne- cessary and are factors in proper de- velopment of a city but has it ever struck our citizens that in order to attract the young men and women of high purpose here, we must provide other things than good walks, good water or good light. It may be argued that it is not the business of a mun- icipality to furnish reading mater-! ial, gyirjnasiuir.s, and amusements. Then why grant aid to a hospital to care for the sick, and parks for the people'to enjoy the fresh air? If it right to treat the body, what about the miiid? It been suggested that an ap- peal to Andrew a gift to a library would put us in the position o! the beggar. But surely Lethbridge then to get them to act. OUR POINT OF VIEW Chief Gillespie is a great financier. He runs the police department at a big profit to the city. He .might start a class of instruction. The members of the city council are great jolliers. They would not turn the request for a grant for the Citi- zen's Band to .make a trip to Winni- peg down flatly but passed it over to the Board of Trade on accotmt of the argument being used that the band's trip would give publicity to the city The Chief of Police's idea to have the residential section of the city pro- vided with proper police protection should be adopted by the city council As he said in his report to the city Souvenir View China We have opened up an as- sortment of above to-day.v The twenty different arti- cles comprising assort- ment will suit all tastes and all pockets. The quality is fine. z views include ths new Public School and Presby- terian Church. I SID Hi nwfm Our clerks leave work at 6 p.m., but our patrons til our closing hour. past two years with this treatment. Most of them were cases which had been given up by'the doctors, and in a majority them the vaccine treat- ment effected a cure. Thursday Dr. Eoss exhibited about a dozen people who had been cured by this treatment. Most of them were oases which had been gixen up by the doctors and in a majority of them the vaccine treatment effected a cure. Thursday Dr. Boss exhibited about a dozen peflple who had been curec by this treatment. One of these was a woman who had tuberculosis of the ankle. A year ago the doctors were going to take her foot but she was given vaccine treatment and is apparently cured. In another instance a man had bar- ber's itch and had been treated for three years in a London hospital with out treatment. He get work here, but after 13 rnon'hs vaccine reatment he is practically well. A third case was that of a child who had been cured of tuberculosis of the neck. Dr. Ross has trained in this treat- ment several doctors who are now us- ng it in the States. In discussing the paper by Dr. toss, other doctors admitted the value of his work, but questioned if the re- sults could not have'been obtained in some instance by other means. TAKE YOUR CHOICE DOCTORS DISAGREE Three Learned Medical Gentlemen Differ on the Treatment of Peri- at the Medical Convention s Toronto, June doctors differ alas for the poor patient." the highest medical authori- ties in the land can differ entirely a to their methods of treatment, and each prove the other fellow. to be wrong, was shown clearly at the meet ing of the Ontario Medical Association when Dr. J. B. Deaver, of Philadel- phia; read a paper on the treatment of "Diffuse Peritonitis." He is said to be the greatest living authority on this disease, or Cor. Cutbill and Court- j land. Box 644. i nHf 7- pUof Henri Verbruggen. of Itajy; Carl Smiins, of Berlin Ger- many High Class Scotch music Open for recitals, ban- quets concerts, etc. For terms ap. ply Royal Collieries. Lethbridge LEGAL and uccessors Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royal Collieries Ltd All Standard Stocks Handled HEAD 8. C. w C' ?immons- Barristers JNotaries. Money to loan. W C birnmons; S. J. Shepherd C. F. P. CONYBEARE, K.C., D.C.L Barrister. Solicitor. Etc. Office Conybeare Block. Lp.thhridee Al' berta. H- A-. J- MAGDOUGALL-Barristei Solicitor, Notary. Room 14 9taf- ford Blk, SURVEYING HAMILTON and Surveyors. Boom 4. Block. ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTORI F. B. ROLFSON-Architect. Boom 9. Whitney Block. LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA, No. 293, Sons of England Benefit Society Meets in the Oddfedllows' Hull every and third Wednesday the month at 8 p.m. For full particulars W. J. Wade, Fred T. Robins W. President. Sec.. Box 67. JAS. A. Macdonald Block, Redpatb Street. Lethbridge Alta, r Calgary Lethbridge. Specialist in Fireproof- g heating and lethbridgelerie li.U7 The JUterta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THH MARKET tab North of the Railroad anl West of Westminster N. FROM EACH Meets 1st and' M o n d ays in K. of P MD Lethbridge Office, Bryan Block. and build er. Estimates cheerfully given pairs and alterations executed at Hall at o'clock. 24-J.y Visiting ii are cordially invited. a. ASHCROFT, W.P. GUS NEIDIG, W.8. R. E. and-contractor. Lighting er iustallatiooa. Plans and specifi- cations. Office McKeown'g Hard ware. Phone 302. A.F. A.M., Lodge Regular meeting nifht, the third Thursday of each month in the Masonic Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will ways receive a hearty welcome. A. C. Measer. W.M. 6. V. Storkey, Secretary, P. 0. Boi 537.- GEORGE BEATON-Contractor and 7 builder. Estimates free. Repairing and alterations a specialty. Tem- porary office City Bakery, Ford St. or Box 355, City. P? A cash, one-third 6 i 10 months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum MMf Ml ffNMulf (UN UtllfMHt wtl. Modern Woodmen of America Lethbridge Camp No. 13689. Meets iu the Oddfellows Hall erery second and fourth Wednesday of the month. Visiting neighbors will al- ways receive hearty welcome. Coun- cillor, C. L. Griffith; Banker, W. A. Diokson: Clerk. N. J. H. Drafts- man and contractor. Estimate cheerfully given. If you want to see our new ideas in construction, let us show you. They won't cost you anything. Address Lethbridge P 0. JOHN Joiner, Ac.; jobbing work and a1> terations; pianoforte tuning, or- gans repaired; glass signs or'metal- lic letters, silver and gold; sole agent for the genuine ateroaeopic views and steriscopes. "Life of in colors. "Courtship to and 20 other series. 26 views. 13.60 pe; 100. Arthur Beaumont, aged 24, a young Englishman committed at Winnipeg by shooting himself. WILLIAM WATTS-Builder and con- tractorria prepared to give esti- mates free of cost on all kinds o! work in the building trade, includ- ing, repairs, alterations, Ac. Box 513 A. and build- er. Estimates furnished froe, Office 315 Wood St. 122-26 MISCELLANEOUS ERNEST LAMBRECHT Christian Scientist. Service every Sunday at eleven a.m. above the Herald of- .fice. OM CAMPBELL BROS. 4 STEAD-Paint era and Decoraters.Paper hanging and specialties on pictures of art. Orders taken any time. Redpath St., second house went of American Uuraul. ;