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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page Daily Herald V The LetiiEfidge Daily Herald, Thursday, March ;J, 1910. Established December, 1907. Published by the Lethbridge Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful lug at its office, Crabb St., Lethbridge Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Director and Editor PHONES and News Department Circulation and Job Departmens. Subscript.on Daily, one year, delivered Daily, six mouths, delivered Daily, three months, delivered Daily, one month, delivered year, by mail..... Daily, six months, by mail Daily, three months, by mail idne 'j OUR POINT OF VIEW It' that school laud sale at Medicine Hat next May beats out tluu held here last summer it will have to KO some. It looks just now as if it would take more tlum seven hundred par- cels of land 'to do it. The prices there will not be any higher than they were here, and the probability is that they will not be as high. L Side Business must be everlastingly on jump in this citv toms returns for last month hundred and forty per cent" in advance ot the same mouth last year. up the Horticultural Society and got interested in it yourself. The profit and pleasure you will derive great and incidentally you thing for the 1100 .35c. hviu be The Champion Optimist A friend met a cheerful Irish citizen who had plainly suffered some hard knocks. "Well, Pat, how are you getting he inquired. O'iii liiii'd up yeL, but Gi have when the cits- u ]0b iu atld ''U1'e Oi sail to-morry." are one "Sure man, you'll never be able to work there. The temperature is 100 in the shade." Pat had endured too much cheerful- be discouraged. lie replied, hopefully "Oi'll not be worrukin' in th' shade all tif time." Addresses changed as often as desjr ed, but both new and old addresses must be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight pages, and "contains a summary of the world's news or the week, local and foreign. I city. The city commissioners of Calgary have recommended that the council build sidewalks five feet wide instead of six in the residential districts. Is this an evidence of increased sobriety on ;he part of Calgarians? S'year, in advance j Foster says he will i. :.....i____ aoneal to a hlirhpr rnnrt ti-nnre Six months, in advance .........75c Three month's, in advance........50c THE DAILY HERALD is one sale at the following places: Cross Drug and Book Store. J. G. Robertson Co., J. J. Johnston. Co., R. ,W. Ham ilton. Pincher J. Mitchel, D. L. McCrea.. Bros. Drug Book Co; Fernie, B. E. Suddaby. Cranbrook, B. i: Atchison.. L. Reinecke. Grassy Tughai.. EVWertS. Hotel News Stand. Also on all C. P. R. trains. appeal to a higher courf. If he wants to reach the final court of appeal let nim resign and find out what the people think about it. LAURIER'S ASSURANCE The reply of Sir Wilfrid Laurier to President Powell of the United Mine Workers of America, district IS, is just the sort of reply mat niignt nave been expected. Sir Wilrrid Laurier and the" party of which he is the lead- er, have always shown that considera- tion for the interests of labor. Across the line the courts have decreed ia some instances that the labor unions are in some respects at least of a sim- ilar nature to combines of capital. When the government proposed to legislate with, respect to combines, it was only natural to suppose that some Premier Asquith would legislate so that the Lords will have nothing to say about the country's finances. He thinks that they have so much of their own money to think of that they can- not afford the time to look after the people's money carefully. The politicians of Great Britain pro- pose to take a rest until after Easter. They certainly have had it strenuous enough for several months to consider themselves entitled to a rest, and inci- dentally che people will have rest which will be very welcome. A Scotc-nman and his wife were coming from Leith to London by boat. off the Yorkshire coast a great storm arose, and the vessel had several narrow escapes from foundering. "0, moaned his wife, "I'm no feared o' dein', but I dina care to dee at sea." "Diana think c' deein' answer- ed Sandy, "but when ye do, ye'd better be drooued at sea than anywhere else." "An" why, asked his wife. exclaimed Sandy. "Because yp wouidna cost sae muckle to bury." The people of Hamilton are convinc- ed that the life of little John Taylor would have been worth all the dogs in the city and they would vote to a man, if at all human, to slay all the dogs in the city if by so doing they could recal the life of the boy. effort would be made ov interested Dr'Qg Lethbridge has been getting a lot of undeserved publicity because a China- man named John Brown, who is said to have lived here a number of years ago, married an English girl and was arrested at Halifax when attempting to land in this country. The world will get a. good impression of Leth- a Chinaman can make an can maice parties to bring the labor unions m- i. c enough money here no get an English sme of the scope of the legislation as n v, -U t.a ue- The undeserved part of it is well. Whether they should or should tflat according to the chiei of po ce HYPNOTIZED OVER THE TELEPHONE Doctors Unable to Awake Youth in pnotist Says Will not Wake Him For a Week Hot be included is a matter open for discussion but there can be no debate on the question of its being right or wrong to pass any such legislation without first consnking the unions themselves. Sir Wilfrid has assured the unions that no such legislation will be considered except with the co- operation of all classes interested. That has been the stand always adopted by the Liberal party in labor matters as well as in others. There is no class legislation and none with- the Chinaman never lived here. It's all right anyway, ihe incident put Lethbridge in the newspaper head- lines. FROM OTHER SANCTUMS Insulting the Flag (Woodstock "Is the flag worth cries out giving all concerned a chance Mail and Empire. Judging from advance their cases. The telegram use the Mail and Empire is making ceived irom Sir Wilfrid is tne assur- ance to the workingman of the coun- try that their interests win he looked after as far as it is possible by the .government. of the flag, one might be justified in concluding that there are some peo- ple in this country who think the flag is not worth respecting. Explosives! (Hamilton The covers of ten telephone man- holes were blown up in Toronto yes- terday. Gosh: Somebody PROTECT PEOPLE'S FOOD A Chicago manufacturer was sen- tenced to six years in tne penitentiary and fined fifteen thousand dollars iorlbeen sending h coloring oleomaragarine. rie has been a persistent breaker of the law and has received the heaviest sentence ev- er given for this crime. This business 01 adulterating the food is one which cannot be punished too severely. Very few people can tell exactly what they are eating even those who cook it. There are so many preparations that go into food of which even the cook knows nothing. must have hot stuff. Down With the Bar (Peterborough The purity of Toronto's water threatened by a formation of a sand bar at she intake. Another bar to abolished. Detroit, 'Mich., March sensa- tion was created in Saginaw yester- day when on complaint of several pro- minent citizens and 'humane societies' the police at midnight removed fromi the show window of a prominent local the rigid 'body of David Ander-i a young man -who 'has been in a hypnotic trance for the past thirty- six hours. The youth was (placed in the hyp- notic in a remarkable way. As a sub- ject of are doubtless regulations such matters but thev are opparer.r.ly overlooked, for it beon reno-tct' that clothes havi boon inkon from places that are quarantined anil ap- parently no precau: takfn to pre- vent the spread of Uic contagion. When asked about this mi'.rc the l-aundry said that t-ioy very careful in that and taken! BO clothes from anv known toj bsve either scurlst fsvsr or or any other contagious disease. It is a duty people owe to themselves as as .to the public to do their best in this matter and not allow their 'Clothes to be taken away when there is a possibility of spreading disease thereby. HOME STATIONERY The use of good stationery Is requisite both for good laste and expediency. The writer of a letter Is often Judged by the stationery used. Save yourself all difficulty In this way by getting your at .THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Store rxCSutS wiOCn, ncupitu St. Day and Night Phone 555 Night Bel! Dispenser. Picture Framer. Equipment Co.. Ltd. 414 Duff erin St. Lethbridge, Alta. Royal Typewriters Filing Devices Safes, and OFFICE SPECIALTIES Proi'essional Cards B. C. FRUIT LANDS Are you thinking of o-oino- to C. this v i H so. now.is the time to talk about it and select your land while you have a good choice. Remember we guarantee every thing as described and undertake to return your money with f> per cent, interest if you are not satisfied on inspection.' This makes you absolutely safe and you cannot get any fairer offer. v Call and see us now or write us for further particulars. -B.C I MQRNINGSIDE "The Addition That Down and a Month NO INTEREST NO TAXES The Standard Securities Company OLIVER BLOCK Lethbridge i We Arc Agents For 1910 Cadillac '30' Touring Car_Or Runabout The Hupmobile Two Passenger Runafaont Call arid let us demon- strate them to you. Ibe Standard Garage Co, PHONE WOOD ST. Express and Baggage Wagon for Hire Prompt Service Phone 585 and 1023 Professional Cards L'BLIC G. Tuff. Office 516 Hill block, Duf I 'erin St. Phone 574. P. 0. Box 19J W. D. Wl accountant Audits, liquidations, general mg, and advice thereon. Block, Lethbridge, Alta. DRAYING And General Team Work COAL ORDERS promptly at- tended to. PHONE 472 A. L. Patterson H. Patterson Horses for Sale JUST ARRIVED twenty head of young work horses, 1250 to H50 in broken. J. F, Rodgers Sale Stables Wood .Street. Letubrictee VIOLIN Frank Rorke. Inquire A. L. Spurrier Piano Co., 305 Crabb street, or Room 8, Bryan block. 67-26 LETHBRIDQE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Meets Caledonian Hall, Giyn St. Club opan evening 7.30 to 10.30, Sunday eieepted. All Scotsmen welcome. A. L. 70HN8TON, Becy.. J. B. GIBBON, Box 320. I? T 0. X t X JL i Coal, Ice and f PRAYING I Western Transfer Co, LONG BROS. Proprietors Office next Arcade J i Phone 1163 j f LOANS On improved or for the im- provement of farm lands for one year or less up to five years. G. N. McLean Genera! Teaming I John E. Wells P. O. Box 420 109 Sherlock Blk., Lethbridge d! NEW BARNES COAL MINE CO. Lethbridge Box 496 BEST COAL ON THE MARKET PER Strictly C. 0. D, Car load lots our specialty. Shipped promptly on receipt of order. Golden West leilty Co, Phone 623 Citv A wara and well ventilated. Good food wash ng done in hospital laundry tients may have visitors anv time during the V or-ir very cases. Terms moderate Telephone 269. Miss G. A Dainty graduate nurse of Nicholls Hospi Peterboro, and tbree vears exDer ITS -rk York Hospital will "inno" sage treatment or take "SiL nnrs.n, Addre3S 922 Ford Street n Bank of Commerce Bldg. W. c. Simmon.- o- J- Shenhorrf the month at S ticuiars appiy f- T. Robins, W. President. p.m. For fuH par- A. j. Warren. Sec., Box 57. Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. .2. Phone 1089 Coal must be paid for on delivery t i r-l i n t v-.-i'-ri i11 i J, I T T Thos. Sheridan, 103 years oHi, who came to America frcm the south of! Ireland in a sailboat which took 42 days for the journey and who describ- ed the aeroplane as witchery, died yesterday at the residence ot" his granddaughter. Mr. Sheridan wasj an inveterate smoker for more than i ninety years. j BEATON EXPERT PICTURE FRAMER AH Work Guaranteed Prices Reasonable Cement House Glyn St., Lethbridge Orders Promptly Executed f i i Capita) Fiscal Atreuta for" Roya! CoHfcrics Ltd AH Standard Handled Financial Ag Brokftrs. 1042. Phone oanitaUon. heating and venlil- MR'i CarVer' M-B-S-A __ __ WILLIAM and Con tractor. Estimates free. Repairs and n iT'bl8' Room Bryan Block. Phone 426. P. Q. Box 512 W R. BROWN-House painting UNDERTAKING ADDISON fi to date ?n the whltc Omce the Herald office. Phone M2. strict attention paid to cases. Parfors opca day and night T. S. Funeral DIrectoi and Most up to date narlors in ?fly. Five doors wesl of Post Ford St. White anrt Black Cars. Phone 56L MR j. w. JONES-Organist and Choirmaster of Christ church, Mac- leod. gives lessons in voice cultiva- tion, organ and pianoforte and theory. Lessons given in Leth- unuge commencing Monday, Feb 7 710 Courtland street 55.25 Viaduct Lodge No. 53 I. O. O F Meets every Monday night In Odd- fellow's Hall at S o'clock, visiting members cordially invited to attend. A. CALEDONIAN HALL The Caledonian Hall is open to let for dances, parties, banquets Best floor in city, steam kitch- en Sn connection, all modern conven- iences Parties wishing to engage ap- 7 to j. H. KeIHe, Western Plumbing ;