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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MARCH 4, Daily Herald Printed by tbs Daily Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at office. Bound St., Lethbridge. Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Di- rtctor and Editor Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered ......14.00 Daily, six months, delivered 2.00 Daily, three months, delivered 1.00 Daily, cue month, delivered.....35 Daily, one year by mail .......3.00 Daily, six months, 1.75 Daily, three months, by mail.....86 Weekly Herald, one year .......1.50 Addresses changed as often as de- sired, but both new and old address must be given. SUN FIRE The oldest Office 10 the world A.D. 1710 1I.CENTENA1Y HONE OFFICE: LONDON. ENGLAND C. B. BOWMAN, LETH9RIC4E, AGENT. indicate Unit the Conservatives are having difficulty in finding candidates tho Liberal constituencies have an abundant supply. The former arc dt'fauHinjr seals already while the latter art1 letting none go. ThfSf are the shadows cast before by the eom- inir victory. Lt'thbrtdne is too big a city and its citizens aiv too broad minded to allow party feeling to stand in the of advancement of the city's grcati-r interests. The Rutherford Govfnmioit has. done and will do well for Lethbridge. Not so "go R1- B. Bennett an- n'HiiKvd that he could not be tempt- ed enter politics at this election. Had the Government's policy of guar- antee of bonds to roads competing with the C. P. K- anything to do with his sudden change of opinion? It as though it had. ness. Lethbridge is vitally concerned m the outcome not only 'in the city j Brett has been chosen but in. the province. In. fact, it is j j0 run irl Okotoks. Okotoks will' take doubtful if there are any two measure on the 22nd and lie will in the province that r are j jiav-, plenty of. opportunity to spend more bound-up in the success of the! the entire, year at Banff. Rutherford government than are 1 _____ Lethbridge city and district. I caijjarv Albertau did itself cred- ANNOUNCEMENT During the election campaign Mr. W. A. Buchanan will not be associat- ed with the editorial work of the Her- ald, which .will bo conducted by other members of the staff. A MATTER OF BUSINESS This election in Lethbridge is not a matter of party consideration or of personal feeling but a matter of busi- WELL KNOWN COUPLE WED Yesterday afternoon the of Mr. and Mrs. E. Mitchell, Twin Butte was the of a very pretty wedd- ing. Albert T; Woods aod Mary Mit- chell, both of whom arw well known in Leth.bnid'ffe, were the contracting parties, and the contract was aigoad by Bev. William Held, of this city, as officiating minister, and Mark C. Skillicorn and Emma Mitchell us wit- nesses. After the jrueets had done iustjce to the wedding dinner, J. F. Hunter. Pincher Creek, in a few wall.chosen words; expressed jcood wishes of those present and then Mr. Reid produced a, number of presents as expressions of srood wishes from friends ui Lethbridge, amongst which! was a ffift of cutlery-, including: forks, spoons, etc., all 1847.'' from some of Mr. Woods' old, chums' and the friends of the Baptist churv and Mrs. Woods are goug to' stav on their homestead at Twini Butte till the end of June when they; may come here for a. time. DUBCOFMS AT 25c, 35c, 45c and 55c Are Wended by ex- and roaft- ed. Try a sample Ib. OF THE PERFECT SHOE Tte tattej Co. Itt. ill A DREAM will be realixed If you'call and get fitted with a pair of our latest shapes and styles. They combine the best thought and the latest ideas for comfort and fashion. F. German Between Sage's aud Roys .The greatest need these constitu- it? special 56 page publicity special issues of last year and this year were worth: heaps of money to Calgary and Alberto. encies have-is "better railway facili- number. It was packed full of in- More railways and railway com- formation ab'-ut Alberta. The arti- petition are essential to the proper j were most interesting and were growth and deArelopmeat of the illustrated. The dustries of these constituencies. The Rutherford Government- comes for- ward with a railway policy that amply provides fsr both. The importance of the Lethbridge city and district- has .been recognized above all; other parts of the province. This city is the metropolis of Southern Alberta and is destined to be a. great_city._ The Government's policy of bringing f tie main north and soutli lines of thej .Grand-Trunk Pacific and the L Side Uebts A HARD ONE It was raininir outside and little in- ari'Northern to the city, is a recogni- tion of. .this fact and the expression, tangible and eminently acceptable, of a. desire to further the interests of this city and the surrounding dis- trict. The railway policy provides for Father, busilv writing: at his desk, had already reproved several times for botherins: him with useless Questions. -'I ?ay. pa, your mother.'' "Honest, pa, "this isn't the speedy development of the city j this time." and district and the electors should! "All right, this'once. into consideration before voting on election day. Will the citizens of Letrtbridfre show is "Well, if tha end the world was to come, and the earth-vras'.t'estroyed- while a man was. up in an airship, where could he land when l.c Jess faith in the city than the Gov- ernment has? .Is their ambition i-he city and for themselves less than that held by the Government for them? Is, their of importance of the city less keen and j Magazine. THE HEWAED OF HEADV'OTHv For several days, says an exchange. the 1 tce policeman on the boat had ofceerv ed small boy who spent -.nost of his time lounffinpf true than that shown by the Euther-; street crQSsinc, and seemed to ford Government? The answers will j nothing to do. One morning- he ac- costed him: he said, "or whatever, your name Js. you do ontimly too much loafing round here, iladu't you better be at loafin'." indignantly re- plied the boy. "I trot _a jree'lar job be known -OB Mar-cK 22. If the vote is adverse to_ the Government it will indicate that the .faith, and ambition exercised by- the Government .for the city .is not shared, and that the'citi- zens do not appreciate the importance of their city as a trade and develop- ment centre. The prosecution of this railway pol- icy means much to Lethbridge. It means not only better, accommoda- tion, more direct service and compe- tition xin .'-rates, 'but- also the increase of the city's population as "Lethbridge is bound to be the important southern divisional, centre." .The extent oi these-divisional works in a place of- ten depends .upon tie city baa with the powers that control.! The election of a Government suP-f "f j-uay last comprised eiRht sections or porter is therefore more than> token 64' in all It is ft special pub- of of the Government's desire to help, the city; it is also good business. Men do not ask ad- vice of their- opponents in the carry- "You -ye ffot a Job? What is "De euy wot. owns, dis store me a dollar a week ;or kcfpin' dis crossin'., swept clean." "But T never see you doine any work." said :the poiiosman. "Course returned :the boy. "I take de money, an' out .rob fur fifty cents de wot's out dere in' de EC.W. He pits "his pay reg'lar don't have to do no head-work .buntm' jobs." NEIGHBORS' OPINIONS ing out of their do they" try to force men to take gcod things, if they refuse to. take them. JiiSili oeir Oil definite statement of his favoring or opposing the policy of the Govern- ment, the Govenunent must perforce accept bis the peo- ple's acceptance of it as their wish concerning the policy. No other course is open to them. Hence it is licity edition: and is replete with in- formation useful to, intfeding settleri in. this part. Cuts of leadrngr busi- ness-houses and of farming and other scenes are .plentifully scattered throughout the edition. The Herald is to be commended upon its enterr Advance. .The special, bridge Daily Herald arrived yester- day. The edition reflects much, credit upon the staff and contains an ex- haustive of :the: ;resourcesx of the -district. There Is an account of tfie Majcrath" district which is >well worth Pioneer. The Lethbridge Daily Herald, --last Saturday issued a, publicity numtwr that in the prosecution of a policy j containing of moat intereet- upbn which an electoral decision has been .made, the member who is sent to support the policy has the ear of the Government inaugurating it. It, therefore requires no complicat- ed course of argument to come to the- conclusion -that if Lethbridge is to derive the fullest benefit-of the Rutherford government's railway pol- icy, the electors must elect a pprtei of the Government. OF CANADA Cipttal Rest tit Profits ExceH The Saiesl Place For YoirSurflBS Cash is in a Savings Account with the Union Bank of Canada. Wheu you hare an opportunity to make a profitable investment, or have to meet.. unexpected expenses, the cash is ready. Open aa account Deposits of and upwards received. Interest paid or added to-Principal at regiilar Money may be withdrawa at any time. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manager. THE Price II Advance APRIL 1st on Duff Addition Lots If yon have not already bought lots in this dirision it will pay you to inrastigata at once. This is alto- gether the cheapest property in Lethbridge. consider- ing the distance from business centre. We have'tplenidiclpurchases in House Property. We can still fell-that 80 acres on outskirti of city. There is a bunch of money In this for tome one. Skeith Block I I I To the Electors of lock} Mountain Electoral District Gentlemen.-. Having beerf requested by a large number of the electors of this dis- trict irrespective of party politics to myself as a candidate at the general elections to be held in the province on the' 22nd inst, I have de- cided: to accede to their request and offer mj-self as an independent can- didate and I now bespeak the hearty support of all classes. Through-long residence and travel in- different parts of I" the 'district 1 have: become intimately acquainted with the mrkms needs of all classes and I therefore believe that without being egotistical, --I-- COJQ say thai I have the and ability to properly represent.-this constituency in the Provincial The. present Governmeni-lias admin- istered the -affairs of 'the' province during the past; four years very cred- itably: giveji .the people "a great deal of sane legislation.--.And as..evidence'.'.of this Imightmention the workmen's compensation act, the eight-hour bank.to bank: act, tJie mechanics' lien actand? sev- eral others. The platform, announced by ..the.. Conservative party has also many good suggestions which I hope to see upon our statuto books at an early date. '-For mys I may- say thaj I stand first, last and always for legislation': that 'will protect the .rights of working men throughout the pro- vince. I also stand for improved leg- islation regarding our cities, towns' and villages, and a thorough, up to date system of public schools where the children: can obtain ran .education, that will better prepare them for the duties of good citizens, I be- lieve Slsb that more "nioney should be spent in putting our highways in proper condition ior travel. may say. in conclusion that I stand ior the disfranchising of people of the Asiatic race, such Japs and Chinamen. These people take no interest in our institutions and they-should not be given the franchise and I pledge my- self if elected to .introduce at the first session of-the Legislature, -a measure to deprive them of this right, also to .prohibit tHeir- employment, in or around the? coaL mines of "the pro- vince. Upon the above grounds and many others too numerous to mention, in a address, I appeal- to the- elec- iors of Eacky Mountain. District as an independent candidate for their hearty support, no matter what their political leanings may he and I prom- ise if returned as their .member that the interests of all classes and all parties wilL be. faithfully, impartially and conscientiously respected by me Dated, this 2nd day of Angus McDonald. Coaif Ice and PRAYING WetUm Transfer Co. LONG BROS Proprietors Office-opposite Balmoral PH ON E OS irur information concerning: the city thfr southern portion of the pro-i It is a very fine Herald. The Letlibridjrc Herald .ujRued sixty-fouripaBf! publicity .number which is a credit to weetcm joumavliam. It would take too lonnr to enumerate the splecdid articles, or the fine and intereatinc; illustrations. A wide cir- culation number should bring Lethbridge and district prominently: the: Free PTMB! OUR POINT OF V4EW Help Bnchanan boost Lethbtidge. Rutherford, Rivers and Railways. The C. P. R: was too heavy a. load for -R, B. Bennett to carry to Parlia- ment heforo ..and will be again. Remember the main lines of rail- ways Rutherford is sending to Leth- bridgfi. Three leaders in three months is going some for the Conservative "par- ty in. Alberta, Robertson WM leader bat his whole following turned him down cold. McCarthy was made bnt he turned hie whole f pi- down coM., Now Dr. Brett'w and the electors will turn down ooM.' It's mighty ohiHy rtdinfi SUNUBHT Wtth half tha later, and at half cost of SutiHght washing In half yet wHhovt tha Make a Fortune lii to a Year Profit from only 10 acres Yon hare 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 ilJM to on ten acres erery Where vegetables and small fruits produce in ouch abundance that the, profits are almost beyond belief. Here's ytur chance, if you a IftUe ready money or can save a few -dollair month. YOU CAN HOLD II AOHM OF THE FINUT MUIT LAUD IN THia FAMOUS Present jprioes of IWO to tH6 per on easy torsos, sflord UMM in- tertated in fruit ftowinf aa al opportunity. This, is the .moat attractive fruit district in the Kooteoay District of British Colombia. Nestled among the mountains on the shores of the beautiful Arruw amid soenic beauty unsurpassed, soil of exceed- ing depth and richness. THE LAND OF PERFECT FRUIT No insect frulta good market, good transportation, good good watei with roada to 10 aci-c tract with -an inexhaustible war- fcet at.your door. THE AOftlAOt It LIMITED, THE OfPOirrUNITY BOUNDLEii. A card bringi free literature. The land is being rapidly: of iwiiilries are rteaiW, and fortune awaits the mac who buys of "Benchers if to buy or sell Horse Cftllat RODGERS Sale tables Wood M. LETMBRIDGE I STIRLING AND DISTRICT City Property, Business Sites, Farm Lands, and Coal Lands REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE R.A.Davis Stirfing Hayr Transfer Co. Leave your .Orders tor AT---- dayr Bros. Mart-are Store PBOMPT ATTENTION GIVEN PHONE 180 PROFESSIONAL QARDS MEDICAL DR. W. S. OALBRAITH-Phrsician, Surgeon, Accoucher. 9 a.m., 8-3; 7.8 p.m. Office W4 Red- path St. Phone 83. DOCTORS MEWaURN AND DEANC Street.- a.m., 2-3. 7-8. DR. A. and rooi.-t. Stafford Block. Office ia, 7-8.30. Phone night and day DR. J. E. LOVERI Surgeon, Accoucher, Oddfellows' Block. 9 a.m., 11 to 1. 3 to 5, 7 to 3. Phone, day aud plight, D. A. TAYLOR; M.D.; O.M.-Special- ist, Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat. Stafford Lethbridge, Alta. Office a.m., 2-5 7-8 p.m. DENTISTRY Everything in seaton served tastily at ii TkeGoaUalrRntaiiriit Coaldale Block o. j. of Northwestern TJniversi- "ty, Chicago, III; Office '_ J-5V Rooms 11 and 12, Macdpnald Block. r UNDERTAKING ADD (SON Under- takers and Em balmers. The oldest established business in the cltijr. Phone 102. Office and residence, St. .open day and night. F. S. Dl. RECTQR AN.D riages and equipment: new and up to date. Parlors .opposite fire hall: Open -.day and night.- MUSIC MADAM7 Pi- aniste, organ and voice prodiic- tioc...; Visits or. receives pupils, preparatory or advanced. Coaching for exams. Ho ward .House, Orabb E. Coc'ptr, con- cert baritone. At liberty for con- certs, At Homea, etc. For terms, apply, tethbridge, MR. ALBERT Pupil of Dr. Briggs, M.A.] Song Singing, and Voice Culture. Pupil of Chas. Hancock, Esq., Organ and" Theory. Voice culture, pipe organ, harmony and theoiy, song singing. Open for con- certs, banquets, recitals, etc. Terms on application.- Box 690, Leth- bridge'' "Alta. JOHANNES MACM I LL1 AN-Pu- Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd, Capital Financial Agentar 'Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Rtyil CcHicrfef lit All SUixUrd HEAD B C. LETHBRIDGE NO. C. B, F. E. -ta on the second and fourth y o! each month at 8.15 p.m. A. BHABMAN, M. PBIBST, B. B.. Baectliiy LODGE PRIDE OP ALBERTA, 293, Eiflari bKflt.Sjdttj Meets jn the flail every first and third. Wednesday in the month at 8 p.m. Tor, full particulars apply W., J. Wade, Fred T. W, President. See.. Box 87. ARROW LAKE ORCHARDS LETHBRIDOE ALBERTA Afeets 1st and 3rd in K. of P Hall at f> o'clock. Viiitinp bfetfaren are cordially invited. A9HCROFT, W.P. 84-1y QUS NEIPIG, WJ. A.F. A.M., Q.R.A, Lethbridge Lodge Regular meeting night, the third Thursday of each month in the Masonic Hall, P. O Block, atep.io. VWUng brethren wiM si. ways reoelre a A. C. Sterkey, Secretary. P. O. Jot HT. Aatriea Oamp Ko, 1 Mall _ a. W Whftfngr WuSOf, W. ofi; Cferlt, K. Iwwsttt. T Ci Mi UUCU, Ul Italy; Carl Simias, ol Berlin; Ger- many. High Glass Scotch' music a specialty. reeitali, ban- quets, concerts, etc. For ap- ply cfo-Boyal Collieries, Lethbridge. LEGAL L. M. JOHNSTON and Solicitor. Office1 adjoining Union Bank, Lethbridge. W.C.; BarrU- ter, etc. Southard Block. CONYBEARE F. P Conybeare, K.C., B. Morton Jones, B.C.L. Bamstera, aolicitora, etc. Conybeare -Block. -Letbbridge, Alberta. SURVEYING HAMILTON YOU and -Surveyors. Whitney "Block. AND CONTRACTORS F. B. Room 9, Whitney Block. A. MACDOHALD-Archttect, Macdonald Block, Hedpath Street, Lethbridgte Alta: W. M. Caliwrj and Lethbridfe. Cheating and tion, Ernest- E, M.R.A., A.A.I.C., Etc., Lethbridge .Office, Bryan Blook. and- Mid- er. cheeflullj Be- paira and alterations executed at the shortest Box Leth- bfidfe, Alta. W, 'R, hooae- hoTd himiture. All classes of sifm painted. Oarriafe painter. painter, Paper hanfer. Wool finisher, etc. Phone Are. FRtO- proprie- tor oi the Arlington Hotel, oontoROt- or and-builder. foMrisli. cd free. Repairs and alUuatkmi promptly attended to. Box 91 Lew> oridfe. E-- engineer and contractor. Liintinf andTpov, er inatallatloni. Plans and ipwUI- cations. Office iCcKeown's Raid ware. Phone 908. FOR BEST to liam Watts, builder and contractor, London Road. 15 Estimates tree. EDUCATIONAL tOHOOL Of HAND AND TYPfWfUtlNd and tTMilny Blinii. ckss, and night -MM-, A E. Mctfwfor, V. I, F I m- tm --H. w. jfwwwi, tcriool TO. m. I., ffton, Boand 8i. 144. ;