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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MARCH I, Printed by th? Daily Herald Printing Co., Lw., every lawful evening at office. Round St., Lethbridge. Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Di- rector and Editor A SlcthcUisl uewo exhorter once shouted: "Come up nn' jiue do ahrnyi ob de Lohdi" "2'se plied one of the coutfiviratioh. yoh askod the cxhorter. "In do Chu'ch." said the cxhorter, "yoh n't in de ahmy; yo'hs iu dc :iavy. SUN FIRE The oldest Insurance Office In the world 1710 BLCENTCNAtY 19IO HONE OFFICE s LONDON. ENGLAND C. B. BOWMAN, LETHBRIDGE, AQENT. THE EARTH HAS S INCH TIDES THE Subscription 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... Weekly Herald, one year i.00 CHURCH IX TUK JfBX AJJl NEW JUDICIARY (From the Westminster Gazette, J Flammarion Makes Announcement-i, V I o The experiment of holdmc services; But the Amount Probably ijuuges ol the feupivme Court resi- in the open, air instead Known IdtM in. AJberta. Sittings of this church is beiiur attempted by_one of, were.helu al. nf the cen. .351 the Congregational Church ministers; l b_ Cumile ires of population Litiaants were 3.00 at-Bendigo. Ihe. parson m question publishes at Paris as an r, t, u L75! nwordins to an Australian paper just incredible discovery" that Court -at these .SSJto hand, haying m mmd the badly ;tlu, heaves liko ihe tfoe points, frequently at great oxpen.se. _. 1.50 ventilatedcondition of many churches j atld aboui inchos every! Swn the Governmont Addresses changed as often as the lact that the are} hours- itablished a. it sired, but both new'and old address j not always composed of those. Critics, while professing deference i t juuician. it must be given. i are in the best of health, has decided i for Flanmmrion's reputation point out "Ists 01 a Court of five judg- that if his people, are agreeable, the jthat physicists and astronomers have i es and a District Court system, also I Sunday eveniner services shall be con-: iveo.unized this fact for many years, 'made up of five judges The five Dis- FRIENDS OF THE PEOPLE j ducted for the remainder of the wannj If there b anything- new about it it roiirt vt nt m- weather in the open air. There are.ji., the statement of the. amount of! f iuo doubt, many people in this coun-j oscillation, which hitherto has i uau "ftr-v These sittings liice to see this cxperi- j baffled experimenters to determine, i occur everywhere three or four times' .Prof. Klammarion dot-s not claim civdit for the discovery. He ascribes u to the German astrono- mor. "By1 their them." The Albertu Goveriinieiu has. been doing tilings ever since it Cjiuie j mont. tried over here on hot Sunday i to power.. It has been working for j cvenmcs. 'he people all the tini :a year, Look over; legislation and von will see that; j (From the Manchester Guardian) it has been passing laws of the great-, DANCING UNDER BAN Bishop Casey of St. John, N. Causes Sensation Among Ca- tholics B. la large centres the Court y hold more frequently. The judges now go to the people, not the people to the judges. Long, expensive journeys of litigants to cities, where Court was held., are memories of the past. The District Courts are empowered to deal with ciVil cases up to A business'communication, in Arabic! est benefit to the classes. Considera- i recently reached a Manchester firm, tion for corporations has. lack-: and when translated by a Syrian in-1 ine but consideration the people I proved to contain a request j for the price of copperm? two ''water: been uppermost. shecp., Jf cortain dimensions. The Bell Telephone corporation; The translator was confident of his was put out of business and replaced version, but admitted that he did not! bv a svstem. This was! "water could be. j ror the moment even the heads of the a direct saving to the people, it; firm wore unnl it strack! puf money in their pockets. Nut only! Ponie OIie that this was the nearest was it a saving but tlie svnonym in the vocabulary of a .ment of tins system gave to hun-jforal TVQPte for -'hydraulic ranis." dreds of communities the service of- this great convenience, as for instance i COST OF ALBERTA'S LEG1SLA- Taber and Pincher Creek and Goal-: Under the Uem ..Cost of Lecisla_j Knights of Columbus have aj Another'advantage from dale- j tion" are included the sessional-indenilprsmd ball tonight and the bishop s i system th ffreater .The government ran up against the nities to members of the Assembly; I reference to dancing excited much Swift's Ham Bacon and Uard Another Car Just Unloaded The Bentley Co, Ltd. ud ftwe II lETNIIIKE Farmers or if you want to buy or sell a Horse Cull lit YOUNG Sale Slibles Wood St. LETHBRIOGE St. John, X.B., Feb. a pas-ias tnese sll0uld he quickly and cheap- j d yesterday Bishop Casey jly decided and cases involving larger! it reprehensible-in Catholic amounts are reserved for higher! to hold assemblies at which I Courts, because in the is countenanced. He also i m buca me. men against the soul jexpense 1? UDl iikely ti> hinder ac-j ly destroying evils of tion. District Court witnesses do noli in drink and strongly have to travel far, as formerlv hence i dt-nounced perjurv and profanity, tulv excess in novel reading and theatre ?Ot' sav111? m the new j railroad and lumber interests. It-1 the salaries of officials, clerks, prosecuted the lumber combine and i Mr. Speaker, and cen broke it up. It taxed the railroads; n and secured a revenue for the educa-t statutes, tion of our people. mes-: comment. cases are settled. Formerly! it-he litigants had an anxious waiticg! lA REMARKABLE RELIGIOUS.SER-jperiod, sometimes of six months, or VIGE leveri' a year. At present all District and enact.inn- Provincial Fincher Greek. Feb. i In other Canadian Provinces and niral communities in the ,faseS. are n West have not been noted for their re-ja month ..or two. .Also-, District Court j II STIRLING AND DISTRICT City Property, Business Sites, Farm Lands, ami Coal Lands mi ESTATE AND INSITRANCE R, A. Davis Stirling Alta. PROFESSIONAL CAKP9 MEDICAL DR. W. I. QALBRAITM-Physician. Surgeon, Accoucher. 9 a.m., 2-3; 7.8 p.m. "Office 914 path St. Phone 53. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEANE -Redputh a.m., 2-3. 7-8. DR. A. and Stafford Block. Office ia, 1.3, 7-3.30. Plione night and 277. DR. J. E. LOVERINQ-Phyaician, Surgeon, Accoucher, Oddfellows- Block. 9 a.m., n to 1. 3 to to 8. Phone, "night, 342. D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., C. ist, Eye, Ear, Jfose and Throat. Stafford Block, Lethbridge, Alta. Office a.m., 2-5 p.m.. 7-8 p.ir.. DENTISTRY A DREAM OF THE PERFECT SHOE Though no promise has ever been COgtIv nd often bad'coward- Hgious interest but those who attend-j judges are empowered to act as local i will be realized if you call and get fitted a pair o{ our made to pass labor legislation dishonest, controlled by lobbies: ed the in the few years the government has; trusts, and other stnisier influences.' been in power some of the most ad-! Is Alberta, legislation has been good impressed with vanced legislation in the interests of and VCIT cheap. It is largely direct- i interest e religious service cit the Robert! of the Supreme- school last Sunday must have j saves. f i T i 7 ed by Attorney-Genera) Cross. the workimrman., has been placed on i Think of acts: shown, was crowded and the remarkable f The school house jmnnev ;lnd time although a longi District, Courts'also deal with the Court. This need to waste 3ir journeys.. the statute books, us for instance thej Railway Taxation Land Titles! feeat- other emergency seats pro- Eicht Hour Day for miners, the! Act, Corporation Taxation Act, vidcd- a iiumber. had .to stand Compensation act. and the Mecton-! chaaics Lien Act. District Courts Act j throughout the service. T. Unoccupied-Lajids Act. Telephone Acts; It ths occasion of the Qiiartcr- i, s iien dCT._ Railway Act. Workmen's Compensa- i lv Communion service, conducted .by To enable every child to secure an j tion Act Eight-hour Bank-to-Bank: fche Supt. of the mission. Rev. R. E. elementary education the Govern-; Act. Industrial Schools Act, f Finie-v Creek. Besides the ment provides reader; Public Schools. for wealthy to creep throujrh. 1 Fully twenty-five persons came for- fi probate of 11' ease jurisdiction shapes and styles. They .combine the best thought and the-latest ideas for comfort and fashion.1 F. German Between Sage's ami Boys' plank was brought in to serve tions speed. District have in criminal cises. if the accused the ..Territorial regime, be >tried by them. This t This advantage did not. exist under lhe i -Vot a trace of fear of corporations in service there was three bap-1 brings, judgment to local centres, the whole no loop holes left i two adults and an imant child, where prisoners; generally are held. .for wealthy to creep through. 1 Fully twenty-five persons came for- Those are merely a few of the! Yet Alberta jrot all that good lenris-l ward receive the sacrament. Four things the Government has done for S99.000.00 all told, up to united with the church. i Januarv 1909 One family had driven nine miles to; in its. few years or power lor the For lhe and pie or AlDerta, and it is the duty to electors themselves.! faad come about seven mites. Theserj the people to see that, the Government They chose to establish a' United-Al-j v'fce lasted till a quarter to six' i> sustained. NO WOMAN berta party Assembly and a mmis-j o'clock, yet no -one seemed disinterest J try of straight men. This put How account for this remark-i lature and Ministers On their most 1 able religious interest? The direct; scrupulous sense of honor, for jjood I was no doubt, the special cyanj men always feel so when most trust- ji "Cystic services held at this school in! ed. Eeally, the electors voted jn December, m which a dozen or more1 1905, that they did not wish their I professed conversion. The in- CAN BI STRONG AND HEALTHY UNLESS THE KIDNEYS ARE WILL. WHAT CALGARY GOT 'The .Calgary-Herald comes out and asks, "What has Calgary got from the _____________ 'Alberta-Government? There is. noth-! to be a sort of -bear-gar-! direct cause has been a well directed in" in i dcn' a of Protracted, bad-tern-! Sundav School under the self-sacrific- nei-ed, wrancrliEir. jeering. jibinff inveci m" efforts.; or 3Iiss ICate Walper and have been told fay the Galgary j tiye and vituperation.-" That sort noble staff of workers. Miss Wai- Herald-time-and again that it is aithimr consumes much time. Also a i and her sister, 'Miss have. grievous sin to bribe is. yery_ expensive ..to! comc seven jniles alV promises i-o recall-to their at Ottawa. It costs There is a a. coss -the public bridges and soinot far from as much at Toronto enroUment- now of seventy in the on, which a Government has provid-i other afflicted Provincial capitals, i Sunday school-. This effort is "bear- ed for :a constituency, but evidently} Alberta can't afford to pay for inter-; jne the righteous "Calgary sheet has alter- j 'Itj f-.d iu on such questions of would be rank that Isn't that MILITARY INSTRUCTIONS Government, for the things Calgary has. not got. It- is soing to urge the electors of Calgary to oppose Mr. Gushing because he' did not secure for that city every blooming thing in sight. There are none so blind as those who will not see. The .Herald is in that class. The Alberta" Government has constructed in Calgary the finest Wkea the kidneys are ill, the whole body is ill, for thu poiso.is which kidneyi oiijhc to filter out of left in the system. Then bow important it roust be to see to it that tEis system of sewerage be noc clogged up. Those who liava never been troubled vith kiuney trouble know not the misery and suffering which thost afflicted- undergo. Doan's Kidney are a specific foic all kidney troubles. They begin by healing the delicate of the kidneys thus make their action regular and natural: They help the kidneys .to flush off tha :acnJ.and poisonous impurities which have collected, thus clearing oct kidneys, bladder and all the urinary: passages. entirely vcge- How it is appreciated is evident from the statistics of some of the larger District Courts. At most points the accused cases elect to be tried by the -District Court judges. In one year there -were tried: At criminal cases, j 19 civil cases. j At criminal ca'ses, civil cases. j At criminal cases, 20 -civir cases-. At criminal cases, 64 civil cases. Provinces Tjy again electinir; a sr.rai.trht United Alberta Assembly! to legislate, cet done with it, shut! up, and get-home, instead the people's cash in screaming B K Do-ui's Kiilney do for you wh.v. .hey liave done fur thousands of others hit is, cure you, Mr5 iL Brvuiton, SpringVallev.P.E.L, granting JZL yis, trottbled with my-Icianeyc I M Pub' JUDGE: TO-BANQUET CONVICTS competence to instruct- in for tvro years. They "were bid at-times 1 could Jiot crow the floor for the pain. I We do not Claim that purs-is the only place for clean- ing, pressing and repairing. NOR. DO WE clftim that we are the only .place thai gives you -the best value for your money. Don't take word but take you have your clothes cleaned in how long are the spots aiid stains invis- ible? When we clean. your clothes by our dry or steam process, we guar- antee the spots or stains will disap- The Minister to provide a competent physical doctor bat he did me no good-at I aent to my nearest druggist and got foCr foxes of Doan'a Kidney Pills, I am glsd pear Jor good." You have tried the elementary, military f aemftomy oearaatdrMjEiatr and gotfoft ]Test try the BE8T- Hayr Transfer.Co. Leave your Orders Jor ,etc PHOMPT ATTENTION GIVEN PHONE 180 TO THE PUBLIC i We have bought out the Star Co. Brayirig are'prepared to execute all orders for DRAYING promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered promptly, Caf.h on delivery. JrS. A. L. Pattern Phone- 70 Office in Nelson 4 -Gow's Store OR. O. J, Graduate of Northwestern "Univergi- Chicago, 111. Office 1-5. Eooms 11 and 12, Macdonald Block. AODISON SON-Leading Under- takers and The oideit estabmned business in the dty Phone 102. Office and 321 Crabb St. Parlors open dav and lyght. MUSIC MADAM NORMAN-tOrcheatral Pi- aniste, and voice produc- tion. Visits or receives pupils. .pivparaTory or advanced. Coaching for exams. Howard House. Crabb '_ SINGING-Harold K. Cooper con- cert baritone. At liberty-for con- certs, At Homes, etc. For terms apply, Lethbridge, "Alta. MR- ALBERT of Dr. -Song Singing aod Voice Ciilture. Pupil of Chas Hancock, Esq., L.E.AJ4.. Organ and Theory. Voice culture] pipe" organ, piano; .harmony >ad'H song singing.'Qpen for con- certs.; etc. Terms on application. Box, 690, Letb- bridge, Alta-. H. Italy; Carl giminsi of Ger' many. High Class Scotch a specialty. Open for recitals ifo: quets, concerts, etc.> For, ap ply Royal: LEGAL LM- JOHNSTONE-Barri8ter and adJO'ning TJttfon Eethbridge. W. C. SIMMONS-Advocate, Barris- ter, etc. Office: Southard Block. formal School in" Canada, "it has I purpose, HavV Pr K u ii i --iituviue a to after taking them Ifhave hid ho fc He j instructor io- enable teachers to qual- mare, troable fornearly three r-aroied from Workhouse t ify themselves and a bonus is arrang- Price 50 bor, or 3 for Toledo, Oh ioi Feb. the jed. to the teacher for the work. The Title office building and has made an appropriation for a new j- It has built a -fine: bridge across t] Bow also. What-more .should] ti Calgary have secured in a short three] years and six months? J'S Austin, Jr., give dealers-or The T- Milbnrn Co., DoanV City Dye Works ROUND STREET Opposite HertU (Mice TELEPHONE 353- LETHBRIDGE '.OLUjt NO. Si C. B. P. O, E. on the second and fourth Tuea- y of each "month at 8.16 p.m. _. A 8H1RMAN, E. E. JONES-C. F. P. Conybeare, KC., D.C-L.; B. Morton B.C.L. Barristers, solicitors, etc.- Offices: Conybeare Block. Lethbridge, Alberta. SURVEYING HAI4J4.TON ami fcn-eyors. Room 4, Whitney Block. ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTOR! after they have, been paconARDA I after they ..had been convicted i addition to' the] fn> -one convicted men who have? paroled by Judge -Austin., in four 1 months members of 'the Giiy Coun-11 cil _aiid of ;the Toledo Ministers As-1 OUR POINT OF VIEW Welcome back Mayor Henderson, j-sociation .wil be invited" can't realize hoiv we. haw missed! .1.; .f you. says that he take! f "Opportunity to have Tepresenta- contact Lethbridge wants railroad, prove that it does shouM support .a fee a Fortune in Fruit If. PBIEflT, Seci-eUry] LODGE ALBERTA, F. B. ROLFSON-Architect.- Room 9 Whitney Block! A. MACbONAtDr-Architect, 'Block, Street, Lethbridge. Alta. W T Calgary and Lethbndge. Specialist in Kreproof. mg, sanitation, heating and ventik. tion. Ernest F. Carver, candidate of the party with a pro- gressive railway policy. the he has accomplished by his pro- -.bation policy. to a Year Profit from only 10 acres Leader Robertson is a mighty dig- mscussion of the j menu addresses will be made bv Judge Probation Officer Wittenberg and several guests. 'A I number pf the paroled men are ex- nifled felloe ttW.rtB.-L. Bordea n un- sneaking into