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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LCfHiRIDQZ, ALiCflTA, IATURDAY, MARCH I, I MM. OF CANADA Capital. Bctl art Do divided froflte The Safest Place For Your Surplus is in a Savings Account with the Union Batik of Canada. When you have an opportunity to make a. profitable investment, or have to meet unexpected expenses, the cash is ready. Open an account BOW. Deports of and upwards received. Interest .paid or added to Principal at regular intervals. Money may be withdniwu at anytime.' LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderso.i, ABOUT DAD'S the Lord Mayor's Sou Well, things started to so some few soon as Dad got back. It was not so much, because, he came back its because the time was up for the pow- er plant tenders to be in- Then Dad and the rest of the city city got as busy as the mischief and kept it up early and late until the big mogul engineer packed up the whole box and dice and hiked off to his own ofiice to figure the thing out more carefully. Dad's, council when they engaged this eucineer thought they cot the best what was and maybe they did: Of course, every man has his knockers when he climbs up a lit- tle. Opinions 'differ, likewise Statements. .It is up to Dad itml .the- rest' of the council know jtretiy mighty well where .-they are at before 'they sijjn up the. -expendi- ture of a large, sum of money. municipality scrapping for of Winnipeg has a couple of years over from worriw trouble The CbineM pfdl a livo iwsuc and people are their levelest to keep Sam Washee and John Cookoe-out of sight and smell of their habitations. They are; lodging n. strenuous objection to an; cnklemie of soapsuds and peelings. The Chink is a brother man' and lias a riRht to treated as such., But so are tho kids at home but Da4 will not let them moke mud-pies in; the blue room nor blow bubbles in: parlor. There is another place for such performances. It is possible for the Chinamen to run laundries tuckshops without being a nui- sance ami the council should make, such regulations as to location andj sanitary conditions that if these plac- es are run at all it will :be where they ought to be and in a manner .in keeping with the welfare of the rest of us. North Ward is no place for them except under -the strictest .regu- lations ami even then-I. do not think it possible under the conditions that exist there at present. Chief Gillespie Is going to have doe Pound after all- and it. is aboxitj time for the dog nuisance is almost as bad as ever. .The police as soon Lady, From a Western Window Straight, and Narrow witli your soup bowl hat, Coat Shirt Open all the way down the front Slips on and off like a coat and g Nuai-Diivctoire gowu make-up, i With your curves all to the flat, Quik- in line with, fashion's shake- up, i With your long plumes all a-waye Saily triP lbe Pave As on toward the ships you hike it, Do you like it? -When reform has done its E'en' though hubby much has scold- And with many a strain and jerk You into new shape .are moulded, Do you wholly feel at ease In your efforts thus to-please? Smiles that Ornate1' Are thev iakish? vour costume And when' you have closed your-tour as.tJbcy--.cct. the pound should get j rurnpledL right after every canine in town! in Styles for businets and if he -has not arot -o matter what your doctor may say, no matter what your iriends 'may say, no matter how prejudiced you may be against all adver- If It fails satis-_ laction.I will refund yonr Remember-this remedy contains no sal- ,ICTlie acid, no opium cocaine, morphine or other-harmful It Is put up under the guarantee of the. Pure Food and Drag :Act. Pale by all 'druggists. TO THE PUBLIC "We have bouglil out the Star Transfer Co. Draying outfit, and are prepared to execute all orders for ID RAYING promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered promptly. Cat h on delivery. J. S.PWlips A. L. Patteson Phone 70 .Office In Nehon ft Cow's the expenditure of a couple of million bucks on a power proposition of C. B.'s and while..we do not want to waste so much would just re- mark in passing that a. million for Winnipeg is far less in- proportion than two hundred thousand or even half of it for this here little city. We're some pumpkins in hope and bition faith but the expert assess or we have says they are not assess- able and hence do; not pay any taxes ,'ust "t a- while- Engineer Arnold handed, out a pret- ty strong bill of fare in his sidewalk watermain and sewer report." It was a big-'-.strong -dose -but .the council swallowed -it nt.a gulp like little-imaj- ors and never turned a..1. haJ r. As literary critic would say, from n cas- ual perusal it looks like a pretty fine layout and should go a long way in the "satist'yiher -o'f the needs of the peo- ple. The North Ward should :be able to keep out .of the mud when all those walks. are down and the waterbarrel stunt will be. no more with many of the people there. When "that old chestnut Of a. superassessment comes, up again this year. I think gest to Dad that as -a rule to go ;by thev supe'rassess all property that has sidewalks in front or is in reach of the water or sewer. I know, that an ex-Mayor .savs ..that the ment" has nothing to local- improvements, .but as -I said -before, opinions differ, likewise also statements. hours -osJerize the brute if no one Doesn't more -than the old comes throtiffK" the price of re- itOl lease. This farmers' .dog business! GUffht to be got after too. 'If a farm! er brings his monerel to town he! ought to be made tie him up while! in town. The way it is now there') arc an awful Jot of fanner's dogs that. never see a farm. Of the down-town streets for- piii'g> And you're home.-again, are your or-cress- Inclinations stopping Long before you want to take Em all off for. comfort's sake, Hait or plain white Makers, BerKn, General Teaming I If you have auy teaming of any kind to do ring ine up, PHONE 201 Your wanta will W satisfactorily attended to. paid for on delivery. WM. TAYLOB, Now that -the 'ZSTorth Ward is about COMPANY -MUST PAY. Government .Wins Suit Against-Sugar Company. New York, March awarding, the U.S. Goyeromen 116 damages in unpaid Customs ties from the American. Sugar Refin- ing v.-ns rendered today by a jury which heard of "rois- weigrhing sugar imports. And put on, though -not so dapper; j a wrapper? j W.L.W. in .Brooklyn Life: I To 11 wiirnan belongs the honor of i having conqurexLthe hitherto unscal- .ed heights of the highest, mountain Internationa! Hod. Carriers and in South mountain highsr ANOTHER UNION Building Laborers Organize .Last evening in the large sample room of the'.'Balmoral Hotel, which was .kindly loaned, .by Mr. Meegan for the purpose, the- local organizer for than any OH our own continent. This tvomau is Miss Annie S. Peck, and she has made a new record in moun- tain climbing for this'.-hemisphere. The-iuountain is Mount Huascaran in the American -Federation .of Labor. J. in th'e-historv of mountaineering A. L. Roy Wholesale Liquor Merchant f oiuau BO s, With Two Lots on Street, South of the New ScHool about one block. This is a splendid piece of property, And can be purchased on easy terms. Apply to The Canadian Real Estate and Adjustment Co. OFFICE-BRYAN ILOCK Above the Eureka Theatre, or P.O. BOX 387 Lethbridge, Alberta, Phone 50 Get our on Corrugated Galvanized and-Painted Metaffic Siding before bnying elMwhere We have jnst placed a carload of the well-known Shingle and Siding Co.'s goods in stock I tUKR') coiifiiiir Office and Factory Ctf NHHH HMNt ITKETI Telephone loiJ Somebody likes tBe -meals at CHOW SAM'S CAFE For a great majority "go there Chow Sam Co. SHOUT ORDERS AT ALL HOURS _; A meeting will be held On Saturday one climb 13, trepid won mediately, applied for, and the new.......... u-riion: working basis In aj Harper's magazine for Ja.nuary, verv short tiise'. Officers pro tern are j Miss .Peck tells-in a very simple and Messrs.- Clear, '-president; j- modest way the- story of the big cliinb vice president; :Holton, 'secretarj-; j and'- the''-telling is so realistic that "one treasurer; Hayes, sargeant- lif wj-ie inkling of the truth ;and thought it would not look well in poetry.' though tile question might be argued. Nine women out of: ten will, confess these days that their thoughts aix- busy with spring clothes the natural outcome of the "eternal feminine" .sinct? ISve's day. A at the fashion magazines-for, _ _ March is enough to give one a bad j and fela-s though about :to die, -Jntuch.- attack of the blues, unless your curv-1 the .action of HMft and; es already .'arc all "to the flat." Tb the members of our Jamilv brutailv -it8 impaning Palpitation of the Heart. Oiw of the firtt in- Douncw something wiohg.witti bout tlw irreguUr violent throb. Often fcheru only a fluttering or 14 sinLing feeling; or may ijnost violent..beating, with flash- ings of the akin vjsable of the urtfctiw. The pewon may cxpemncr wiuttlioa, gasp for call might utter Bliss Car- inan's prayer, though; a slightly dif- ferent connection from cue over Mother April, when the sap begins to stir." But I ana afraid-all in .the world could not transform some 'of us into these slim. Hthe, willowy creatures who are all at once our envy and despair in nwve ia, beyond all question, mar- vellous. They give prompt that no one need suffer. Mr. Sylvester Smith, Hampton, was troubled with palpitation of tho heart and tried doctor's but they only gave mo temporary wlieL the fashion' plates. There-.was a good picture Pall -Mall -magazine, the other day an example of the new 'e_. a :fair devotee of fashion with I heard of your Heart arid JTcrve Pills in the 1 two them I completely cured and would recommend them to-all similarly affected." and feet shoeing at either Price. 50 cents per box, or 3 boxes for end of a piece of stove pipe- If one 1 at .all dealers or mailed direct on coulci bi straight up and down like j receipt of price by The T. Milbura Co., Toronto Ont. would be nothing If ft to wish for. However, most of us are _____ far enough from that ideal.of perfec- and it- may be just as well in jSherbourne announce ojxlf-r to keep us humble. the of their daughter We'are fold that..the .days of Leila Margaret, to Mafor W. H. Eout- fluffy lace blouse are "numbered, that iong trailing to vanish and that the severe lines of the tailored gown will meet with supreme favor E.X.WMf.P., Athabasca, Land- uig. A Philharmonic Society has- been tnu- spimg. the tailor-mades i for thP than the supply present. better proposition can any man offer with a smull capital than the-following I exclusive agency for 20 acres. 1 mile from -Fair Grounds. To be sold in one-acre blocks At each, cash down Balance per month S per cent. Wanted 3 Scrips, wiil pay For Quick Sales list your Property with Telephone 261 P. 0. Box 6 41 0 Round Street D. KING, Manager the baggage saying thar he was not engaged" as porter kerosene stove alnaost no heat and smoked badly; Miss Peck melted for hours in order to have.-a little soup or tea and when one re- members that snow when, melted shrinks to one-third its bulk, ihi? may be appreciated; and worst oi all it was discovered at-'the first camp that the needed .camera rfilins had bem left behind, and _a porter had to be bribed to gel, them. When he returned, it was found he had wrona ones. At the start were these disappoint- mu its, and the record of the next nine days' was enough to have weakt ned tho stoutest heart Rudolph the (mule, ti'oL sick and turned back. The climbs were hard, but .the nights were terrilying, as the fierce winds almost overthrew the tents-. Ai one tinie they were surrounded cievassCis, ice-falls, great hollows and almost perpendicular walls jrf snow, and the -worst part of all came when they reached the steepest part of the saddle, a wall 80 per cent, to 85 per- cent, in-slope, so. nearly per- pendicular thalr in climbing Miss Peck's struck the snow above. At the top of this saddle they rested. feet above sea-level as -they made: rough approximations from their instruments. The twin peakb towered several thousand feet beyond But, alas, on the following day on which they had-hoped to reach the sumn. guide Gabriel said he could go no further so they were forced to retreat; and after a. rest of several day.-, wmit back to Tungay unsuccessful. But still unda-unted. and arler -securing new supplies .set t i j out again on August 23, for the long t _._'t xV. Manufactured in Vancouver. B C., of the very belt Kiln- d.ried Lnmber, in latent de- sVnt. Prospective bnilders would do well to roe before deciding on a hotiw. A. Spencer VW TO RENT 2 offices in the Shepard Block Standard Land Co. Ltd. Y S. SHEKARD Manner IntN Rw desired goal. Things went much bet- tor on this expedition; better time was made and the inconvenience suf- fered from the altitude-was less. When the bete noir, the steep wall, was reached, they climbed in -two...divisi- ons, Rudolph and Gabriel; .each charge of one., So, again they camp- ed, at the top of. the 'saddle. .The -fiiv al effort .was made the following day. That effort was Browned with cess and Miss Peck" stood -at last on summit of Mount ..Huascaran. But "there was no pleasure here, hardly a feeling of for the wind blew ;n terrific .gusts, and they were powerless to make obaer- vat'ions by their instmments, This was a gr-eat disappointnient aiTd a loss but Miss Peck regards it as certain that- the mountain is above feet and probably (XK) feet, [f it is tho latter, Missi Peck nas the honor of breaking the' world's record. is she has won the high regard, not only.of of everywhere'.who cherish the spirit of perseverance and pluck. We are toid on the best authority" that the young man's fancy turns to these tine" spring dayfr, but the poet was wary and did riot venture diction as '.to .-the'-thoughts of the lovoly womnnkirid in spring. Perhftps surni; cliarge of the Japanesce booth at Hospital Fair ing up .old fashioned of our grandmotliers and copying the styles of the early. Victoriari era. is -jrood' 'that ,we are to have-the pleasure of hearing the won- derful young' English violiniste, Miss Marie Hall. In fact it seems almost too good to be She has just .begun a Canadian tour, fresh from triumphs in and played in Massey Hall in Toronto on Monday evening, lovers there hold'the opinion that she is the most appealing -artist they have ever heard. "Saturday Night" has this to say of To make such a record as that Hall-has just .completed n for Miss Mewburn of Lethbridge, Miss Jessie Belcher's guest, "whose radi- antly happy manner and piguante little left their impression on more than one gallant Miss Belcher, was in white crepe de- and the dance, which, was in the Mechanics' Hall, was "one-of crush affairs7 of the and thof oughly enjoyed, especially by the younger" set. Mrs. Frank Oliver a'dded. another to her already long list of this season festivities by inviting over a hundjed guests to" a tea on Friday. The popular hostess looked, ertfeme- ly in. an exquisite gown of violet velvet, prettily embroidered.. and to encounter all the demands i Miss Claire Oliver was in pale blue made ou her energy by the enthus- velvet, and Miss Anna wore a most. becoming costume of pale pink cluuV A wealth of violets made a love- iasm of music-loving centres "all up and down and round the world" and, to come out of the ordeal as full ,of lj' decoration in -the dining Toomri vigor and of.-devotion to her art as where Mirs. Wilbeirt Mclntyre -oT she has doue, ib to-prove once again Alta., Mrs. Ealph Snwthj" that she as possessed of the most ex- oi Nanaimo, B.C., and Mis: -McCran- traordinaiy qualificatio ns.To her ar- dent nature no difficulty, howevej imposing, 'seems iusiirmquTitatile. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Edmonton mumps are quite ey, o! Rosthern, wives.-of three of our most popular members of Par- liament did duty at the tea and cof- fee urns. Miss Fielding to the cutting of the ices and serving claret cup in the library across the hall, and was.assisted by Miss Vaugh_ L t.Tjfii. ijj yi T 11 -v-r anile shockingly prevalent so the AvcFv and Miss pt-r says, and even are i affected while in the schools is a j regular epidemic 'It happens to be Miss Marf aret Macpherson A, T C M Frwer, the measles here and the bright- red! cards ai'e very as one can First Honor Graduate of "Dr. readily see on taking a wailk around the city. Mis. X. T. Macleod, Mrs. Notirse" ami Mrs. A. B. Stafford are all in quarantine, spending the first pan of Lent .apart from the world in a very it-alistic way. .The epidemic seerns to be a mild one, and no very serious have been rs reported among the children. has the .mailady' confined itself to children. Miss Hi rigs is suffering from the pop- ular complaint and "we hope she may be out of quarantine Frank" an'd Oliver enieiv tciiaed at a .very; pleasant dinner on Saturday night. Those- present be- sides the host and .hostess were Sir Edward Fisher, Musical-Director ot the Toronto Conservatory of' Music. TEACHER OF PIANO AND THEORY SPECIALTY in all grades, prepared for the Toronto, Con- servatory examinations, -aiU receive a thowmgh' and artistic musical -edu- cation, preparing them fully lor the teaching for the concert, cimrch and platform worit. as. well attrfor the drawing room and the cial circle. Personal consultation in the residence oi Mrs. Wm. Fretimck and Lady Burden. Mr. and i 314 AIU. Mrs. McCarthy of Calgary, Mr. and i SINGING. Miss Ursula, pupil- of 4he Mrs. of Lethbridge, Mrs. Grbni'bie, 'Mrs.'-ManT levill? Memtt- of Toronto, Miss Claire Oliver. Mr. Fred Congdon, M. P., of ci-lebrated Daws in City, Mr. D'Arcy Scott and j will, papils io singing Pro's. Free und vo'ce proclnction. Also, engage- tiients Mrs. Andrew Tilley returned on j thp L m Phone Office 125: House 94; Collieries Coal HUGH TAYLOR, Agent will fill orders promptly. Weight and quality guar- anteed. A trial order -solicited PHONE 287 Phone 266 Box 417 Kestern lighting Companj NEXT TO HERALD OFFICE Estimates Relating to Electric Wiring of every Detcripticn be gladly Furnittiietl en Application Our work will pleMt ;