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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta r. LETHBRIDQC, ALMRTA, WEDNESDAY, JUJU 23, IWt. PROFESSIONAL CARDS Sum for r Sanitarium not mourn over the fact that prize fighting in that city is practically killed by the action of the council. There are always a lot hungers-oil following the pugs, who are not at all desirable in any Established December, 1907 Published bv the Daily Herald Print-! ing Co., lawful evening died this week was a bachelor and postmaster of "VValkerton who at its office. Round St.. Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director and Editor Subscription Rates one year, delivered Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily 2.00 six months, delivered three months, delivered 1.00 one month, delivered .35 one year, by mail.....3.00 ___., six uioaths, by mail 1.75 Daily, three months, by mail .85 Addresses changed as often as de- sired, but both new and old ad- drosses must be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight lived to the good old age of ninety- two. Soirie mean men will be .mean enough to say things. The expected is beginning to hap- pen. The Retail Merchants' Asso- ciation of Ontario passed a strong res- olution condemnatory of the Whitney government for giving the school book contract to the T. Eaton Co. Rain has been falling in every part of the west at the most opportune times. The crops are getting th moisture just as they need it and C v vi v t i_ a t -1 a-es. and contains a summary of [prospects are to getting better aaiiy u Just what1 we needed." 41 Glad to have some place like this." is fine and dandy." Such were a expres- of approval of cus- tomers at T the world's news of the week, local i for a bumper crop. and foreign. J ________________ One year, in advance i Six months, in advance .........75 j HOW NEW YORK Three months, in advance........50 LETHBRIDGE THE DAILY HERALD That eminent journal Fir? and Wa- is on sale at 'the following places: j ter Engineering oi New York in the Sajre.. J. G. Robertson j Qf June 16 under the heading f Co J. D. rfiginbotham Co.. g Fire'Departmnet. has this J. J. Jonnston. Co., K- W. Ham- to say: ihon. Leth'brige -Fire Department Pincher J. Mitchell. D. L. j XV evidence of "the energy and goa- McCrea. headness of the voung cities of Al- Bri'S. L. Eversfield, Druggist, berta, one of_the three recently or- J. Stafford. j ganized provinces of the Dominion j of Canada. Is "Lethbridge. where is to j be found the finest fire hall in western Canada. It was erected at a cost of and it is equipp- Fernie, B. E. Suddaby. Cranbrook, L. Reinecke. Grassy Tugham. Bow F. THE LABOR -EXCHANGE Tlio British government is about to take a very advanced' step in labor legislation in providing a British La- bor Exchange. Mr. Churchill has ed with the following apparatus: Sea- grave chemical engine, with a 60- gal. copper tank; Seagrave hook ladder ft. ladder; Boyee hose wagon: chief's buggy, ft. of Paragon hose. The department has On Saturday, opening day Give us a call. Let's get acquainted. Tell us what you think t W. P. J. Graduate Druggist and Optician Prescription Specialist FORCED TO FLEE Bishop Lampton of African Church Driven From Greenville M. E. Que., June was learned today that D. Lome McGib-; bon. a leading business ma.n of this city- has decided- to give for tlxe erection and equipment of a sani- tarium for tuberculosis treatment, to be erected at St. Agathe, ia the Laur- ontian Mountains. Mr. McGibbon was a couple of jvars ago a sufferer from, the disease and by the advice of physicians spent much time in the dirondaks with the result that he was cured and in- terested in doing something for those less fortunately placed than himself. Car of one farther and has recommend as chief C. P. Kroning. an experienc- an Imperial Exchange which will include all the colonies. Of the Brit- Exchance, the Globe (Toronto) ed fireman, who was captain Chief Harris of Tampa, Fla. The de- partment is full paid and at gives some interesting facts and consists of twelve men. The city I building a fire hall in the east- Mi] the net very distant future the end of the town, which is another bill reiv-htly introduced into the Bri- tish t.'f Commons by 'Mr. Win- .-t..n Ciiurchill to establish a system of labor exchanges will be regarded as one uf the most important social departures of the present gen- eration. It is just as important ihi> old age pension measure, and will probably do more It is intend- ed to lessen the distress caused by unemployment and to accom- plish this without the slightest risk of pauperizing the work ingmen or even lessening their self- respect. It does not assume to fur- nish employment for those who are involuntarily idle; it is intended to enable laborers out of employment in one place to find out in what other places their services are in demand, and to facilitate their reaching the one they elect to visit. "The name "exchaige" used to connote a state institution, of which the National House" is to be in London. In close touch with this head centre will be ten local "clearing houses" each the head cen- tre of one of ten districts into which the whole country is to be divided. Distributed among these ten -districts will be between thirty and forty first- class labor exchanges in towns of not less than a hundred thousand inhabitants; forty-five second-class exchanges., in towns of between fifty and a hundred thousand: and about- a hundred and fifty minor sub-offices. A general advisory committee is to be established in each great centre of population, and on these tees masters and men will meet under tht' COl'iti'Ol OI jprtTyuytitil "The exchanges will offer facilities fur washing and rneiidfng clothes, and for the purchase of nonalcoholic liquors. It will be necessary to en- gage temporary premises at the outset but it is intended to begin immediate- ly the erection of government, build- ings, and all the first class exchanges are to be thus permanently housed within ten years. Separate provision will be made-for men and women, and for skilled and unskilled, labor- respectively. Travelling expen- ses may be advanced on loan, at" the discretion of the management to work- men for whom situations Jaave bf-i'ii procured. Not. much has bof-n said as to other uses to which these exchanges may be put but it will not be reason for surprise if in a few years, like similar insti- tutions in France, they.develop into a kind of workingman's club, a place where he may meet his fellow laborers hear? lectures or concerts, and bor- row books or papers from a free li-j brary. In France these institutions have become so popular -ss to be liked by Socialist propogandists, who have no equally potent counter attrac tions to offer. "As no opposition to Mr.Churchill's bill ha? appeared in any quarter, and it commends itself in the most pos- itive, way to trades unionists, to poli- tical economists, to social reformers, and to Conservative statesmen, it stands an excellent- chance of becom- ing law. On great advantage of this new departure is that it may be put into practice all over the United Kingdom without any prolonged de- lay. Premises may be speedily secur- ed and the management may be ra- pidly organized. There, will be every inducement to hasten the matter, for the 'difficulties caused by unemploy- ment are just now acutely embarrass- ing to the whole body proof of the goaheadness of the omn- cil. It is not too much to say that as far as the fire service goes, the pre- sent council is the most progressive the city ever had. This i.ne mnii.-tor .is political meeting in rowdy war. The confer- ence has not'the--power expel: him trom the "church and while such an rvem is said to bo desired by those present, no definite plan of action was mapped out. On track To-day Hay Ihc Bentley Co. ltd, A A NUMB UTHBIIDGE PRESIDENT TAFT GIVING PERSONAL ATTENTION Washington, D. C-, June ident Taft will personally supervise the proposed amendment to the tariff bill providing for the imposition of 3 two per cent, tax upon the net earn- ings of the corporations. This will be ilone tomorrow 'night at a conference at ihe White House. WILL ASK FOR FIVE MILLIONS Ottawa. June Wilfrid Lau- rier has invited the deputation repre- senting the Centennial Worlds hibition at to be; held in 1912, to visit Ottawa again in con- nection with a government grant. Just before prorogation oi parliament-j the deputation waited upon the gov- ernment and asked for a grant acres of land to help finance exhibition, but on advice of west- ern members the proposal was re- jected. Now it is said the deputation will ask for and will argue that that sum will be -spent on advertising the West. Charles" Lobb, of Norwood, Ont., about 18 years old, was drowned yes- terday by the upsetting of his canoe in Trent river. Elizabeth Gordon, 50 years old, of Ayr, Ont., dropped dead last night. Everything She Ate SEEMED A BURDEN TO OARRY. HAP STOMACH TROUBLE TOUR YXARS. year food bu not been properly digested, your body hw not received the benefit it should. The of the gwtrie juice bwc ooofined entirely to removing undigested por- tions of food which they atnnot properly digest M speedily u poauble from the body, thvnby only giving the blood a small per- of nourahnwnt witk which to feed the Burdock Blood Bitters regu- UtM the bowels, promotes perfect digestion, nukes blood, tones stomscb, ind thus nstorM perfect hsslth and strength to the debilitated system. Mrs. D. A. Francisco, BossUad, B.C., "I wu suSering from stomach trouble of worst kiua for about four yaars, ETcrything I ate seemed a burden to I .always arose in the morning with a sickening and ieverish in my Mouth also troubled swel- M my hands and feet, wftok raj pixy- to disordered state of njvStoaaMh. I that was purchasable, and also consulted two or j T phymaaam, bat aonld find no'relief. vitU Oiw-ol DST told: me of V bf BordootBloji Bitters. I btfttlts and ma now perfeetly cored, T wish recommend B.B.B. to anyone who may to wiortun- PHONE 46 For anything you want in Fresh Groceries THE H. McXILLOP CO., Horses and Hay Iu any quantity at J. F. Rodgers Sale Stables Wood Lethbridge Coal, Ice and DRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PHONE ea DR. W. 8. OALBRAITH-Physician. Surgeon; a.m.. 2-3; 7.8 p.m. Office 914 path St. Phone 53. Afreet. 2.3; DR. A. Block.; Office.' Houw-ll 12. Phoqe ntihUnd 277. DR. J. E. Surgeon, Block. Hours-tin's a.m.. 11 to 1 3 to 5. 7 to 8. Phone, day auo uight, 342. D..A. TAYLXJR, isj, Nose- Stafford'Block. Lethbridge, Office 7-8 p.m.. Alta p.m UNDERTAKING TH E Successors to J.- BROWN CO 10 Lots on Brunton St. Adjoining Athletic Grounds each 2 Lots in Block 91 each Life and Accident. Insurance, 'r S 1: Moucy Jjoau. r -P.O. Block Phone 383 at ,the home of Walter Coutts, where she was guest on return from attend- ing church. Miss Clara Wiseman who has'ar- rived East to take a posi- tion at the Gait on the nursing staff, is at present a guest of Mrs. E. A. OUR POINT OF VIEW The Calgary city council placing a license fee of five hundred dolUra on prize fights. This is considered prohibitive. The press of Calgary do ffiQIt COT DM SUMMER FOBTWEM Girli' White Canvas H eel, Sizei 8 to pwpair ll.CK) White Canvas Osfcrds, Siseyll to 2 perptir White Canvas Oxfords, Sizes to 7 per pair MM'S White Canvas Oxfords, Sizes 6 to 11, per pair Men's White Canvas Shoes, Blucher Cut, SiwsStoll per pair Child's Sandalls, Sizes i to 7 per pair .75 Girls' 8 to 10. per pair to 11 to 1 per pair 5C t, M ChildrcA's Tennis Shoes, Slioei, etc., in great -vtriety at reasonable prices HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY The Next Excursion ta the lake Orchards J LevvBslLethbndge on the morn- ing of Saturday, July 3rd, and Claresholm, Nan ton and High River on 2nd. The company have Ja4d out a number of quarter acre tracts for summer Don't forget the datei. The Arrow lake Orchards M. FREEMAN, Agent Whitney Block Lethbridge JAMES RICHARDS Machine Shop, etc. Box Near Steam .Laundry PHONE 409 Automobiles, Gasoline Engines. Ploughs and Threshing Outfits General Repairs Work of every description Satisfaction guaranteed I Paper Hanging, Paint- J WALL PAPER Largest and best stock in the city. ing Etc. f Under- takers and Einbalmere. The old-st busine89 the cUy STr and f nd nigh" 8t 9Pen day DI. and UP" Onpn ;firc hall Open day and nJght.. Phone O. Box 493.' MUSJO 2 WELLINGTON Bros, Cor. Cutbill and Court- land. Box 644. WESTERN mmm mm Opposite the Publicity Building For PUBLICITY Printing Business Systems manufactured in the City. WESTERN STATIONERY COHPJNY MADAM NORMAN-COrcheetral PL aniste. organ and voice produc tiou. Visits or" receives pupils, preparatory or advanced. Coacbinj for sxams. Howard Utshb Sweet. MR, ALBERT rt, Jr Briggs, M.A.. Song Singing ano -Voice Culture. Pupil of Chas Hancock, Esq., F.R.C.O., A M-. Organ and Theory. Voice culture! pipe piano, Harmony ano theory, song sieging. Open for COD- certs, -Banquets, recitals, etc.'Terrxifc on application. Boi R90, J.etb bridge, Alia. JOHANNES H. MACMILLJAN-Fu-- Henri Verbruggen, of Carl. Simius; of Betli-n, -Ger- many. High Class-Scotch music specialty. Qpen for recitals bau-- quets concerts, etc. For terms ap.' ply Royal Collieries, Lethbridge L. M. 40HNSTONE-Barrister and Solicitor, "Office adjoining Bank. Lethbridge. Union SIMMONS St to W. C. Simmons. Barristers Notaries. Money to loan. Simmons; 8. J. Shepherd. W. Canada Western Chartered Corporation s -Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agec IB Brokers. for Royd Collieries Ltd All Standard Stocks Handled HEAD B. C. C. F. P. D.C.L.; Barrister, Solicitor, Etc. Office. Conybeare :Block. Lftthbridge. Al- berta. H. A. J. Solicitor, Notary. Room Staf- ford Blk. LODGE ALBERTA, Imperial Bank of Canada MEAD OFFICE-TORONTO Capital Capital Paid Up.......................................... 0. ft. WILKIC Present. HOW. ROBERT JAFFRAY Vice.Pres. of Merchants, Farmers and Private Individuals invited. SAVINGS attention is given to Savings Bank Accounts. Deposita of and upwards received and iater- est allowed.at current rate from date of deposit. I Lsthfcridis Branch, W, ft. ICATLI, Begin Block, Round St., beside Store. PRIDE No. 293, SOBS of inglaotl Benefit Societ) Meets' in the every first and third Wednesday the month at 8 p.W. For fall particulars apply W. J. Wade. Fred T. W. See., Boi 57. J. F. HAMILTON, Land Surveyor: Irrigation and Hy-- draulic Engineer. Eoom '5. Whit- ney Block. Phone 205. ARCHITECTS AND F. B. Whitney -Black. Eoono 9. Meets'- 1st and 'ird ii d ayn in K. of P Hall at fr o'clock. JAS. A. MACDONALD-Architect, Macdonald Block, ReBpatb 'street. Lethbridge Altai W. M. Calgary and Lethbridge. Specialist in Fireproof- .'ing, sanitation, heating and ventila- tion. Ernesf Carver, M-BlA-A. M.R.A., A.A.I.C., Managei Lethbridge Office, Bryan- orethren are cordially invited. .A8HCROFT, W.p. 24-Iy GU8 NEIDtG, W.S.. A.F. A.M., Q.R.A. Lethbridfe Lodge Regular meeting night; the third Thursday of each month in the Masonic Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren wilt ways receive a hearty welcome. A. C.-Measer, W'.M. G. V. eftorkey. Secretary. P. 0. Cox 637.. and "build er. Estimates cheerfully given. Eft- pairs and: alterations executed at the shortest notice. Box 730, R. E. engineer and contractor. Lighting er inaiallations. 'Plans "and specifi- cations. Office McKeown'g Hard ware. Phone 302. GEORGE and. builder. Estimates lre.e.. Kepakiog and alterations a specialty. Tem- porary office City Bakery; Ford 8t., or Box 866, City. Modern Woodmen of America Lethbridge Camp No. 13669 Vleeta ia the Oddfellows Hall econd and.fourth Wednesday of the month. Visiting neighbors will al- ways receive a" hearty welcome." Coun- illor, C. L. Griffith; Banker, W. A. Clerk. N. J. H. man and contractor. cheerfully given. If ,you_ want to see our nsw ib" us show you. They won't cost you anything. Address Letbbridge 'P. O. WILLIAM and con- tractor, prepared-to give esti- mates free of all kinds oi -work in the building trade, includ- ing, repairs, alterations, Ac. Box 512 Lethbridge. A. and build- er. Estimates furnished free. Office 915 Wood St. 122-26 MISCELLANEOUS G. C. Toronto) Builder nd contractor. Estimates promptly urnished on all kinds, of buildings; rices and satisfaction guaranteed. -pply to Room 7, Oliver Block. 141-6 ERNEST LAMBRECHT Christian Scientist. Service every Sunday at eleven a.m. above, the Herald of- fice. OM OR. GARNET T. Graduate Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto. Stafltrd Agnew Block; Rooms 6 and 8. Hours 9-12; THE BEST OF RESULTS HERALD ADS BRING M in I HTY-Gradaate' nune, 'will open a private maternity hbs- piUl on Wtllwork 8t., near the El- lison Mills on July 1, 1909. ;