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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page The Lethtoridge Dally Herald, Friday, March Daily Herald best engineering testimony the gov-1 but great care must be exercised to eminent can get says 'that the cost j prevent the introduction of it. will be about twenty-nine thousand dollars per mile, while the guarantee' neuuett's charge against Hon. C. W. Established December, 1907. is for only twenty thousand. The propostion accepted by tfco govern- jment in the Woolf amendment makes lit oblisiiitorv for the government to Professional Cards MEDICAL Published by the Lethbridge Herald see tjiat the road is properly built. an niile. ln Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful this cannot bo done for iess tiu infat its office. Crabb St., Lethbridge twenty.nijje thousand niile. Alberta, Cauada. the main 'the specifications lor tno W, A. BUCHANAN, Managing Direc.tor and Editor PHONES 1 and News Department. Circulation and Job Departmens. Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered ......14.00 Daily, sty months, delivered Dally, three months, delivered Daily, one month, delivered Dally, one year, by mail X T T 2 I I Daily, six months, by mail.......U.75 Daily, three months, by mail .....S5c Addresses changed as often as desir ed, but both new aud old addresses must be given. WEEKLY road are the same as those for the Can adian Northern, which were approved and accepted by ihe Railroad Com- mission of Canada, while some of the conditions of the buiJding of the road are better than those under which the Canadian Northern and the Grand Trunk Pacific railways are being built under the guarantee of bonds by the federal government. What has been u'j approved and accepted by such rail way authorities can hardly come in for criticism at this late day. Wherein any fault was to have been found in the specifications, the government, ac !cording to the amendment, is bound Cross certainly looked mighty bad, but after all it was only a llallosve'eu pum- kin. and the junior member for Cal- gary was gracious enough to admit us j mien. The people of Ontario are beginning to find out that the best way to have no mad dogs is to have no dogs at all. Other places might learn the lesson be- fore lives are lost. Published every Wednesday in eight to have them improved. pages, and contains a summary of the world's news of the week, local and foreign. Tne president of the company has expressed his willingness to accept One year, .in advance tbo amendments to the contract pro- Six moiulis, in advance j posed. This, with the promise of the Three months, in advance ........y0c'government, to see that ahey are made THE DAILY HERALD Is one sale at the following places: Cross Drug and Book Store. J. G. Robertson Co., J. J- and the word of the members support- ing the amendment that they will sup- port (the government only on these Johnston. conditions, is a satisfactory guarantee beard shaved off, and now L guess I've tn fho ncniilo nf Alhorffl fhflt fhpir itl- m rlinco rfd whiskers." f Side lights j A Hand-Me-Down. A well-known advertising expert re- sponding to the toast "Sartorial Pro-'] at the banquet of the recent convention of the Tailors' National As- sociation, spoke somewhat as follows: "1 am glad that you clothiers who ad vertise nowadays print pictures of men's and boys' fashions. Thus you smarten up the country and tend to abolish the dreadful custom of cut- remember how in the distant past my little brother rushed whimpering into [he sitting room one night. "What's the I asked sympa thetieally. he murmured, "pa's had his jto the people of Alberta that their in Co., R. Ham- will be absolutely safeguarded lltou. Pincher J. Mitchel. D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie, B. K. Suddaby. Cranbrook, B. Atchison. L. Grassy Tughai Bow F. Werts. Hotel News Stand. Alto on all C. P. R- trains. and that they in no way can be losers by the fulfilment of the contract with the company, while the building oC the railway will be a great benefit and gain. THE VERDICT The crisis in the political situation at Edmonton has passed and the Ruth- erford government has been sustained OUR POINT OF VIEW. t The people of Lethbridge have a few jgood things to get after this spring. [One is the Y. M. C. A. Another is the Horticultural Society, and another is some method of keeping the dust and dirt off the streets. Who would have 'thought yesterday by a substantial majority. J. a week ago there was snow sev- Boyle's motion of want of inches deep on the groundf and has been defeated, and the amend-j severa, degrees below zero in the air? uient by J. W. Woolf, of Cardston, has been carried. Mr. Woolf was the on- member of the last legislature who i Now that the trouble is over at the took any objection to the proposed I legislature it is to be hoped that the railway legislation, and at the open- ing of the present legislature was one who found the most fault with the agreement between the government and the Alberta and Great Waterways Railway Company. After having sized tne whole situa- members will be able to get down to business and get some legislation through. tien up Mr. Woolf and some other members considered that, with certain Legislation should passed making it a criminal offence to bring dogs out West from Ontario or other places in- fected with rabies. The western pro- vinces as yet are free from the plague. amendments to the contract the in-! terests 01 the province would be en-j tirely safeguarded in every particular.) If these amendments were promised I they were prepared to support the gev- eminent The government expressed its willingness to accept the proyosi-j tion as outlined in Mr. Woolf's amend-1 ment to Mr. Boyle's motion of want of confidence. Mr. Woolf's amend- ment was as follows: 'That all the words after the second paragraph be stricken out and the fol- lowing inserted: >w "And whereas a contract was en tered into on the 7th day of October, j 1009, between the government and the Alberta and Great Waterways Rail- way Company; "And whereas the president of the said company has expressed by letter to the government a willingness to make certain changes in said contract and specify in same that the equip- ment on said road at the time of its completion should equal in value half j a million dollars, and that he as pre- sident of said company would further agree to leave as a guarantee that said road should be completed, equip- i ped and operated, the sum of one mil-] Hon the said amount to be re- i tained by the government from the j guarantee of the first fifty miles and held by the government until the said road is completed, equipped and op- erated to the satisfaction of the ex- ecutive council; j that ithe government endeav- j or to secure from said company the I privilege of retaining said money for a further period of five years after com- pletion as a guarante of operation and payment of interest; "Therefore, he it resolved, that in the opinion of this House, the propo- sition of the president of the said company offering to make certain changes and the said contract to be accepted as legalized, and that the saic! road be hastened to completion with the greatest possible dispatch." 120 Minutes From 2 until 4 p.m. SATURDAY got to wear those old red whiskers.' 15. C. IK HIT Arc you thinking of going to B. C. this Spring. 11' so, now is the time to hi Ik about it and select your land while you have a good choice. Kemembcr we guarantee everything as described and undertake to return your money with f> per cent, interest it' you are not satisfied on inspection. This makes you absolutely safe and you cannot get any fairer offer. Call and see us now or write us for further particulars. DR. W. S. Surgeon, Aecoucher. y a.m.; 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Office 614 Rwi- path St. Phone 53 DR. clan. Bryan Block, Room HI. OHJw hours 11-12; L'-5; 7-10. DOCTOR Before 9 a.m.; 2-3; 7-8. St. DR. A. McNALLY-Office BUflord Block. Residence, oor. and Crubb. Phone: Office 2t7; res 72. DR. C, C. Surgeon. Aecoucher. Office, Alberta Block Residence, corner Glyu and Bom- pas. Hours, 11-12; 2-4; 7-8.30. D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., ist, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Stafford Block, Lethbridge, Aita. Office hours: 9.30-12 2-5 7-8 p.m. Office Phone 341; Resi- dence 593. .ft AM CUSTOM DR. GARNET T. Dentist, grad- uate Royal College of Dental Sur- geons, Toronto. Office 219 Sherlock Building. Hours 9-12, 1-5. Phone 463. Other Fish in the Sea. j A teacher in one of our elementary] schools had noticed a striking platouic j friendship that existed between Tom! and little Mary, two of her pupils. Tommy was a bright enough young- ster, but he was not disposed to pros eciite his studies -with much energy, and his teacher saw that unless he stir red himself before the end of the year he would not be promoted. "You must study she told him, or else you will not pass. How would you like to stay back in this class another year and have little! Mary go ahead of sajd Tommy, "I guess there will be other little NEW POST OFFICES IN THIS CONSTITUENCY MORNINGSIDE DR. J. E. (McGill) Physi- cian and Surgeon. Electric and X- ray treatment. Office Room 18 Sherlock Building. Corner Redpatl- and Glyn. Hours: Till 9; 11-1; 3-5; 7-9. Sundays: Till 10; 1-4; Phone day and night 1242. Two new post offices are to be evened in rhe Medicine Hat constit- uency. They are: Yetwood. on S. E. 1-4 of Section 6- 15-20, W 4th M., -Mrs. Annie Arm- strong, postmistress, and a post office on Section 4-30-12. W 4th, fifty-one miles north east of Fieldholm on the Red Deer river, with Mrs. Margaret Crozier as postmistress. "The Addition That The City Demanded" PER LOT Down and a Month COMPANY SAYS THE SPUR TRACK WILL BE LAID G. W. McDonald ami president and secretary NO INTEREST NO TAXES The Standard Securities Company PRIVATE MATERNITY HOSPITAL. rooms are bright, warm and well ventilated. Good food, wash- ing done in hospital laundry. Pa- tients may hare visitors any time during the day or If very III may have a friend stay. First floor for medical cases. Terms moJerate Telephone 269. -Miss G. A. Dainty, graduate nurse of Nicholls Hospital Peterboro. and three years exper- ience in hospital work In New York is tn charge. MISS VERONJCA Block, Redpath St. Ladies' hair dres- sing and shampoo-Ing, facial and scalp massage, combings made up, manicure for ladies and gentlemen. Lethbridge, Alta. MRS. K. L. sional Nurse, 710 Bompas St. 17-O MRS. Nurse, ol New York Hospital will give mas- sage treatment or take cases ir nursing. Address 922 Ford Street. LEGAL JOHNSTONE ters and solicitors. Office, adjoin- ing Union Rnnk, Lethbridge. L.M J. Norman Ritchie CONYBEARE, CHURCH McAR THUR Barristers, Solicitors. Notaries Public and Commissioners. Conybffare Block. Lethbridge. EXT J. G. Hood, of the Mac- leod Quarry and Constructing Com- pany wish Ehrough the Herald to con- tradict the statement given in the Herald a iew days ago regarding a spur track near their quarry. They sa 'that chey have the absolute guar- _ antee from the C. P. R. that the track will be completed in a few weeks. Part of rhe spur track Ls laid now. OLIVER BLOCK Lethbridire I J, It will be seen that this amendment y means 4hat the required improvements j T to the contract must be made, so that tho interests of the province might be properly safeguarded. It compels the government to see to it that the road is properly constructed, that a guarantee" of its being completed is furnished, and a further guarantee that it be equipped and operated when completed, and that the interest on the bonds be paid. That Is all that the people could ask for, a good road, fully equipped and to satisfaction I of the government for a period of five years, which would insure its perman-1 cnt operation, and the payment of the! interest on the bonds guaranteed, by ihe government. There was never any doubt but what the railway will be a good thing for the country it traverses and that there- by it will benefit the whole province. This phase of the question was settled in the last general election when the i proposition was overwhelmingly en- 5> 5th MARCH Every bundle of WALL PAPER In our win- dow can be bought at the price marked i thereon. Mar. rain I foi three hours followed by mild] weather aud thirty inches of snowi i.sit: T Coal must be paid for on r" delivery is causing the Thames River to rise- 4? very rapidly. Unless there is a j J 4. change for colder weather immedia-j -f J j tcly iwill piav-e the J tcly iwill piav-e the i flood in years. Ring Up 701 when you want DRAYING done promptly .ind satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE Royal Collieries U All -Stocks Handled SURVEYING F. HAMILTON, Land Surveyor, Irrigation and Hy- draulic Engineer. Rooms 5 and '6 Wbitney Block. P. 0. Box 657. Phone 1042. ROHITECTS CONTRACTORS Whit ney Block. Late of Williams Bros Architects. Detroit. Block. Room "3 AS. A. Black. Redpath Leth bridge, Alta. street W. M. Calgary anc Ljthbridgp. Specialist in Fireproof ing, sanitation, heating and ventil ition. El nest K. Carver, K B A A M.R.A., A.i.T.C.. Etc.. Letlibridge Sherlock Block. Phone 1241. WILLIAM and Con- tractor. Estimates free. Repairs and Alterations. Office Room 5, Bryan Block. Phone 426. P. 0. Box 512. W. R. painting, car- riage painting, paper hanging, waT decorating, etc. 23 Argyle Ave Phone 720. Box 278-C UNDERTAKING ADDISON A. up to date undertakers anc! embalmers in the city, black sud white cars. Office next the Herald office. Phone 682. Strict attention paid to all cases. Parlors open day and night. T. S. DJrectoi and Most tip to rtatf- parlors in city. Five doors of Post Offic-a. Ford St. White and Black Cars. Ptionc MR. J. W. and Choirmaster of Christ church. Mac- leod. gives lessons in voice cultiva- tion, organ and pianoforte playing and theory. Lessons given !n Leth- bridge commencing Monday. Feb. 7. 710 Courtland street 55-26 i Viaduct Lodge No. 53 I. O. O. F. Hf i Meets every Monday night 5n fellow's Hall at 8 o'clock. Odd- Visiting members cordially invited to A. CATHRO. R.S attend. L. W. STEEVES, N.G. Box 1270. CALEDONIAN HALL The Caledonian Hall Is open to let for dances, parties, banquets, etc. Best floor In city, steam heated, kitch- en in connection, all modern conven- iences. Parties wishing to engage ap- ply to J. H. Kellie, Western Plumbing; Co. ;