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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQE, ALMRTA, WEDNESDAY, yAROH I, INI. Daily Herald Printed b" Daily Herald Printing worthy .candidate and a capable rcp- friends at the cou- vtiition were enthusiastic for 'hiai and his following was no small one. His promise of the support of the Ta- bor co'itmpeu't was worthy of a man whom their fellowzaon delight to honor. Co., Lw., every lawful evening at office. Bound St., Letbbridge.r Alberta. Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Di- rector and Editor Subscription Daily, one year, delivered...... 1.00 .35 3.00 1.75 .85 ,._.. .1.50 Addresses changed as often, as de. sired, bnt both new and old address must'be given. Daily, six months, delivered Daily, three months, delivered Daily, one month, delivered Daily, one by mail Daily, six months, by mail Daily, three months, by -mail.. Weekly Herald, one year ANNOUNCEMENT During the" election campaign Mr. W. A. be associau GLASS TI-XBGEAFH POLES Europe is now beginning to use -lass telegraph poles, and patents have been irntnted in Germany and other European coontries as in, the United States for a'machine to be used in their manufacture. The poles are said .be especially valu- Mock BoJldJog At .settlers and land parts of the United S'ates onU. East- ern Canada ;aid i Market ers and fruit Columbia who i.ro wc-via of the Alberta i lunate un-l -.oil fori these purposes. Mr. IVm. Salv.-jge has sold two lots on first stn'et to Messrs. Pei.'y and Langell of ,-3 ro and 'i.'jjl ou the second storey. 36 by 50 feet. "CAN I GET GraSSV Ukc u tourTroubto frost ________ KWiwyt, or from Kldae? IHiiovi tntto (Special to the.Herald) _ Gassy Luke., Feb. boom j[ has hit Grassy Lake real estate and buil Jiug- onerat ions have taken a great Aod if you ailing a loof many jumps during the past week. Ev j dou'c IOM your oounge. It takta a little ery train is iu a. 7 of lougw ;..om all others. Bab Kidnty Pills rill grmdually drain poisons of your systom; the in jonr back wilt stop; iwdinwufc in the will them will no rheumatic paiua; you will feel and brighter, and I Iftstof poisons yon will v wj There is no way of gottiug the kidney poiaotis out of the system except through bhd kidtwys, and no so effte- tive in taking them oat w Doau's Kid- ney Pitts. plate class fronts uni t'.v Mr. W. Parkins, South Maitlsnd, N.8., improvements. j writes: I it ray duty to let yoa able in countries where wooden stores will be utted HP with are quickly destroyed by insects or bv climate. The Imperial Post De- portment ot' Gertuanv has already or-} Mr. Emil AVaitom is .building knoiTof thi cari I hive obtained dertxi that these poles be" used in its j large livery, feed and sale stable, 32 j by using Dona's Kidney Pills. For six teleirraph or telephone Hues. Thej by sixty and 9 feet hich. ,aOabhs I could noc good will be more sierhtly than the; B. E. Tupfhen. is building a cot-j four or times to ien affairs, and in coun- tatre and stable on. 2nd Street. Mr. and the urine forests are nearly ex- J. E. Perry is moving- his house and the urine WM Yery thick and i I oommeuced nging Kidney eu with the editorial work of the iuvusted thev will .lessen somewhati from his ranch and is building a sta-. in very short time I right .w u-ni he conducted drain the forests- We to accommodate his horses and mad j Tery thwikfal to- aid, which will be conducted other members of the staff. _ T i A SPLENDID CANDIDATE I Dr. Rivers, the- Liberal nominee for; Lethbridge district, is a clean, solid j man, with sound faith in'his town! an-i district, and .-with RESTS WITH WHETHER. OHE STOREY rigs for his- dray line. j Mr. H. S. Wicken is building a shoe I and harness shop 24 by 30 feet with j a dwelling above. i Messrs. Scott and Kay have the I contracts for these buitdings as well as n number of houses and barns in i the country amounting in all to ab- thousand dollars. about INGS ARE TO BE ERECTED OR j five thousand dollars worth of real NOT. estate during- the last month with fit 1 am rery taanktai to- found so speedy a eure." Price 60 cents per box, 3 boxea for j Sl-25, at all dealers or mailed direct by Tho T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Out. .In ordering specify a. ELLISON'S BEST FLOUR In 98, 49 and 24) lb- Bran, Shorts, Oats, Chicken Wheat etc. i; The Bentley Co. .y Plme UTiiitUE! FOREST AND FISH RESERVE Toronto, Ont.. March A mam- moth forest and fish reserve of two million -acres is proposed, one half in the state of Minnesota and the other views. He is well informed on pub- j lie questions, thoroughly aware ofj the needs of the district and bright .prospects for the .future. ___________________ tvw of man who will' see that Mr- J- Llewelyn has built a livery! half In the province of Ontario. Min- llLVmont- nf constituents stable .and Messrs. Fletcher and KJm-mesota has agreed to set apart a mil- 01 uis consuuueuu. The dty council eOt llU-OUffh lotj ball are buildin- a dance hall and lion .acres to the south of Hunters1, impressed upon the Government. J-Q. business at tlw journal meetinej butcher shop on H. A. town-i Island if Ontario will do the same! The agricultural interest is upper-j nig.ht Witll Of site. on the north. Mr. Cochrane and Mr. i most in this district and while civic OQ! Mr- A- J- Slythe. manaeer for the Kheaumer to lay the matter before; i Too much credit cannot be given also a farmer, having a in thfi. city _ InthetownofKaj-mond.Dr practically eve. since he their .-took up- his residence there .as tncj. Before the minutes foremost For two terms he AM. Kins: put tip a strong- protest' has been mayor of the progressive confirmed i estate deals are due. to 1H. south and he holds a "tidns i one issue of the A petition for a sidewalk and cross- ing from the South Alberta Lumber 'filed as the date for receiv- inn-these has passed. 'James A. MacDonaM reported that he had instructed the contractors- to -v, complete the fire vhall as rapidlv as might havi required sev- possible, especially with regard to the era! years to, passed legisla- part to be occupied by the city :of- reducing--legal fees fed. bringing 'fices. the -'courts' closer. to the "people, giv-1FIHE BRIGADE REQUIREMENTS towns like Tabef :and with- facilities' that .under Coaldale private building inspector. He gave that he would -protest acainst such! tjme j He is improvino- I able to resume h tiu? practice of resciudinjc mo-; in council at informal j called the attention oil very .high place in the esteem, of allj tfae mayor to what he thoueht an ir-i intj-i-e rof the people; i in this regard, in the mat- Franj, jjospitai With the strong candidate not fuieilinjr the resolution to' hasre represejitiag a Government with a record of' clean administration and advanced policy on telephones and railways, the Liberals of the Leth- V bridge district should not have any difficulty in overwhelming any oppo- sition that may be offered. No sane reason cari be offered to electors to ;r vote for a candidate wearing the Opposition colors. The Government has given Alberta clean, honest gov- ernment, it has looted after the wel- fare-, of the'people in every step it has taken. It has prosecuted the taxed the railroads to pro- ri -vide revenue for educational purpos- established government owned -S3rst-em .-of telephones, furnishing LADIES, ATTENTION! 1 Mr. J. R. Perry, locomotive engineer.! Mrg g Jones> Ivy Cottage. North Ward, is now ready to take orders j for children's clothes and ladies' blouses and underwear, on the short-IA DREAM OF est notice. Box 302. City. 46-24 j will be realized if ypu call and ge fitted with a pair of our, lates shapes and styles. They combine th PERFECT SHOE FRANK NEWS for Mc- las been in the! the last d lung ti-ouble, and will be in a. short actions in the future. The circumstances were explained to the maVor. who stated that the.coun- cil wouJd abide .by the min'ttes. Aid. Bowman crave notice of motion to rescind the "resolution.. The mayor stated that he had noticed that in cities .the offices chief, and iiispector were coupled. The "auditors- report was adopted and he will be ensraged -to make a best thought and the 'latest ideas fo [comfort and., fashion. Mr. Grand Master of the'A. F. A. H. >of the Province of j Alberta, and Mr. Day, Master of Cer-i emonies visited Sentinel Lodge last! night vind gave lectures of instruc-! The fire chief reported that one set f frop harness, ton beds, a roll top desk and. -cliair were of_ en free-school readers .to -the students of the public schools; adopted pro-j ij. gressive pohcy -in- Agriculture, open- _ ed new schools, placed a_ bounty on .It -was all'vranted buc the beds. Ten- sugar beets, -.enabled the workmen j ders for harness will be called from in The mines to eiipy an eight-hour the different firms '-in the city. .day, placed a wbrkineh's compensa-j solicTtor the coun-i j i cil that W. D. Whitney had been s-iven twn acr m and improved the; a damaEes on ac- license laws: Other- things of great count .-of. his horse falling into a-' benefit to the people, it has also [trench and crave as his opinion that] done but the greatest, of all 'to South-! was no chaace for -anneal. There j iltet.. is; the PJ policy. In two years .from, now to the least, the many sections 'of. the Leth- j Gus. Neidig asked .if bowline al- district' railroad fa.4'K, license could be transferred to a :will possess- them and ihe 'f or Pool room. He will be i r T, i v i advised at meetine of tbe farmer, xnll no longer. have long hauls; councjj to Make market .his grain. Thei Magistrate "MacBouball.. asked for Settlers will :rush upon the vacant! an in salarjr startinje from, land new -tewns. "will-' spring up and! from the first of the year. towns will: be- imbued with' f Mike McGreuvr. thejmeman aSked .j -from. -b90 to S100 per _ i month. Other' linenien asked for an bears v. the standard of 1-3 to 40c. an hour' iiitST Government. -irith? Jts fine record These increases will be considered at in the past 'and its "Build up Alber-jthe 'tinie greneral esfi- 4a" programme'. for the future. I ?e n Dr. eber.- wrote approving 01 the nppomtment of a shnitary inspector. OUR 'PGHISrT OF VIEW j and recommended Wm. Brooks for the position. H the ci-aft, which, was appreciated by the members. After the closed a banquet was given in the ante .rooms where: a most enjoyable time was spent until "2 p. m. When their worships left -on the C.P.R. flyer for Calgary, after spend-j ina: eight :days in the C. 2ST. visit- ing different'lodges of the fraternity, j An- impromptu dance was given by j the younc men of Prank in the Opera' House last night. A large -number of the citizens attended and a very pleiisant evening- spent. ---Music was mrnished by the BeUevue Quar- tette Band. MISS A. class dress maker. Dress making done at home or by the day. Apply Wallwork St., North Ward. g4_ HUB CAFE ROUND ST. FRIDAYNEXT MARCH 5 at 2 P.Mi SHARP F. German Between Sage's and Boys DYE WORKJHrFor first -class Jo i repairing or dyeing Ladies 'or Gents' clothes, go to the City Works, -Round Street: Opp. Heral Office." Tel. 353. :fi7-O of Begenerate Abundancf1 Oa.Ls.can be seen at th Customs office, Karly maturity anc heavy yi.-Ids'are obtained with this sent on clubs in two-bushel sealed bags as originall: received from the rraiseis, Garto; Pedigree. Seed Co. Orders left wit! the Secretiry of-the Agricultural So ciety will, secure -the club offer price frank G. Waddington ALL WINTER STOCK MI III N ERY To clear at less than half cost frarn up Openinc; announced later C.A.Cooksley will sell by public auction on the premises as above -the contents .as the; Hub Ca5e''and including: restaurant, chairs, .'5 [cafe tables; 2 large kitchen tables i large. "Empire Camp" hotel range. "Magic" cook stove, abont 35- dozen pieces 2 framed mirrors. 9 pictures, large coffee urn, refrigeri- .dozen table dpz. nctpkips. 8 window 2 large electiict- fans, all floor coverings and-. a large quantity of glass ware, croclc-- ery, kitchen iiiitensiLs, etc. To he sold in Jots to suit purchas- ers. Auctioneer's office St. i Tel. 261. 'On view Thursday ,10 till 6. i Modern Woodmen of America Lethbridge Camp No. 13589 Meets in; the; Oddfellows Hall, every second vof th month.' Visiting will a] ways receive a hearty welcome. Coun cillor, G. W. Whiting; Banker, W. A Dickson; Clerk, N. Dowsett T Everything in season if served tastily i The Goallale lestayrant (i i I Coaldale Block DAILY HERALD FOR JOB WORK Bivew and Railways. Dawson. caretaker of the Isola- tibnTlojspitai. The letter was filed. Dr. Rivers is'the i.naan. and the Ru-i The report of the of Police thjETford the ior month ,v, -T.. Hi; asked lor a bicycle .went for the All} for the of the force in ansxver'nir -who think so. should .get out andv the numerous, calls to residential sec- work ,10 put b'nth where they can "tions of the city. The request was --serve granted. The council also er- ection, of a a splendid record and a progres-j A list of licenses and .rebates were A MUCH NEEDED ROAD sive policy on the. one hand and an! Opposition with- no record and no; policy on the other. i Engineer Arnold reported that he j had interviewed Mr. a road parallel-to and .north the hill to Naismith stated that nothing, could be done with, the policy of the company regarding ail overhead bridoe and their subdicision. north ol tbe track had been determined, Jn the mean- is! time no objection be made to. us-, no .new. thing in-Calvary. PreTioualy i ing the road at preiseht there so thej the two were in one as R. B. citv wiu; look into the matter of a' crossiner and the placing of n sijm at tho top of the coulee. The-City Council s themselves the final granting .of power station contracts. It is- up to them to' take the' responsibility of awardin? the contracts.. The Bennett-Blow combination had all. the blow necessary. Maitlnjtid McCarthy played the part of the vise guy.. He knows when he is well off. The insignificant Opposition at'Edmonton no charms for hnm. thft city beautiful idea and plan to work it out. A thing of beadty is a joy forever. Numerous beautiful homes make a beautiful city, and is what is wanted. -Dovflas of Taber, showed MpiwH a good yettefdty at the His tarn wfQ aoon whea it does wffl prove a The of the city brought up the matter prospecting for a coal mine: Tenders will be called for and the work of putting in a drift .will be commenced right away. The citv has alreadv appropriated for this .purpose some time aco. 6XE STOREY BUILDINGS matter of one-storey buildings wrthin the limits was discussed with tho result that the bylaw wiil remain the same and the inspector will be ad- vised to use' his tiiscretibn in grant- inr permits for buildings. except on Hound and Bcdpath Sts. These buildihtrs will have to con- structed anticipating the addition of a second storey. Telephone on eertan .struts in North Ward which have been placed too far out from the street MM will to moved. Make a Fortune in Fruit to a Year Profit from only 10 acres You heard "of the wonders of B. C. Fruit Lands. How would you like to own ten acres in the famous Arrow Lake District, where irrigation is not required, and where the land yields a clear profit of from to on ten acres every year. Where vegetables and small fruits produce in such abundkace that the profits are almost beyond belief. Here's your chance, if you have a little ready money or can save a few eyery month. CAW HOLD II ACRES OF THE FINEST FRUIT LAND IN THIS FAMOUS DISTRICT. Present prices of to 1 186 per acre on easj terms, afford in- terested in fruit growing an unusu- al cpportunity. This is the most attractive fruit district in the-Kootenay District oj British Columbia. Nestled amoKg: the mountains on the shores of the beautiful Arrow amid scenic beauty unsurpassed, soil of exceed- ing depth and richness. THE LAND OF PERFECT FRUIT No insect fruits market, good transportation, good climate and good wmtei with toV every 10 acre tract with an inexhaustible mar- ket at your door. THE ACRCAOV IS LIMITED, THC OPPORTUNITY A card brings free literature. The land is being sold rapidly, Hondreds of inquiries are being received, -and fortune awaite the nan who ARROW LAKE ORCHARDS LETHBRIDGE M. ALBERTA Farmers or Rancben if you want to buy or. sell a of se Ckllat RODGERS4YOUNG Silt Stables Wood St. LETK BRIDGE i STIRLING i AND DISTRICT !I City Property, Business I Sites, Farm Lands, and Coal Lands REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE il R.A.Davis SUrling Alta. Hayr Transfer Co. Leave your Orders for com, etc. AT- HayrBrotlartware Store PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN PHONE 180 TO THE PUBLIC We have bought out the Star Transfer Go. Draying Dutfit, and are prepared to execute all orders for DRAYING promptly E. LOVER I NG-Phyaician, Surgeon, Accoucher, Oddfellows' Block. 9 a.m., 11 to 1, 3 to 5, 7 to ,8. Phone, day and night, 342. D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., ist, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Stafford Block, Lethbridge, Alta. Office a.m., 2-5 p.m.. 7.S p.m. DENTISTRY DR. O, J. COURT1CE DeuliAt. Graduate of Northwestern TJniversi- ty, Chicago, 111. Office 1-5. Rooms II and 12, Macdonald Block. UNDERTAKING ADDISON Under- takers and Ernbalmers. The oldest .established business in the city. Phone 102. Office and 321 Crabb St., Parlors open day and night. MUSIC MADAW Pi- aniste, organ and voice produc- tion.; Visits or receives pupils, preparatory or advanced. Coaching for 3x8ins, Howard House, .Crabb Street. R. Cooper, con- cert baritone. At liberty tor con- certs, At ,Homes, etc; For terms, apply, Lethbridge; Alta. .MR. ALBERT. vof Dr: Briggs, Song Singing and Voice Culture. Pupil of Ghas. Hancock, Esq., F.R.CA, L.R.A.M.. 1 Organ and Theory. Voice culture, pipe organ, piano, harmony aijd theory, song singing. Open Jor con- certs, recitals, etc. -Terms on application. Box. Leth bridge, Alta. M ACM ILL I AN-Pu- pil of Henri .Verbruggen, of Italy; Carl Simins, of Ger- many, High Class Scotch music a Open .for recitals, ban- quets, .ap- ply Eoyal Collieries, Lethbridge. LETHBRIDGE l-ODufc WO C. B. P. O. E. its on the second and fourth Tues- y of each month at 8.15 p.nr. A. 8HABMAN, B. BeoreUry LODGE PRIDE Of No. 293, ALBERTA, Son of Eoojiol Benefit Meets in the Oddfedllows' Hall first "and third Wednesday n the month at 8 p.m. Tor ful particulars apply W, J. Wmde, Fred T. W. Preaidcnt. Box 67. UtMrttflMlil. Meeto 1st v tm Mondajf in K. of P Hall at o'clock. Yuriting Brethren are invited. ASHCAorr, w.p GlUt NE1DIQ. W.S. It A.M., Q.H.A. Lfthbridfe Lodge auettaf nifbt, the third of monih in the MMpoite Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Vifitluf will reoeife a hearty welcome. A. C. W.M. O. V. Stcrley. P. O Box U7 Wctlftm Cprporgtioa JM. Cbpitot IMOjOOO LEGAL L. M. JOHNSTON and Solicitor., Office adjoining Union Bank, Lethbridge. W. C. SIM MONS-Advocate, Barris- ter, etc. Office: Southard Block. CONYBEARE. Conybeare, K.C., D.C.L.; B. Morton Jones, B.C.L Barristers, solicitors, etc. Offices: Conybeare Block. Lethbridge, Alberta. SURVEYING HAMILTON and Surveyors. Room 4, Whitney Block. ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTORS F. B. Room 9. Whitney Block. JAS. A. Macdonald Block. Redpath Street. Lethbridge Alta. W. M. Calffary and Lethbridge. Specialist in Fireproof- ing sanitation, heating tion. Ernest E. Carver, JCJBJLA., M.R.A., A.A.I.VC., Etc., Manager Lethbridge..Office, Bryan Block. and er. cheerfully given. Re- pairs and alterations executed at the shortest notice; Box Leth- bridge, W. R. BROWN-Varnishing. hold All claaaes of painted. Carriage painter. Have painter. Paper hanger. finisher, etc. Phone 26 Argyle Ave. FRED. ROONEY-Formerly proprie- tor of the Arlington Hotel, contract- or and builder. temfcfa ed free. Repairs and atentioc promptly attended to. Box IB Leth bridge. I. E. enftjwer contractor. Lightiiif and few. :er Plant and ifaoinV cations; Office Hard i ware. Phone 90S. FOR BEST to liam Watts, contfMlor.f London Boad. 15 yean experitaoe. Estimates free. 18-96] EDUCATIOMAL LETMBRIDGE SCHOOL Of iHOHT- HANO AND and ereninf Special class, and night school A boaineai coorae. tivan. FrlBAMl J. E. MoGretoT, T. I. P B m- sifltant, H. W. powall, (FfeStte school P.O. Box 3mM, iilere, Rotind 8t, 141. Ho; ;