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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Pmirc 2 Lethbridge Daily Herald, Thursday, March Daily Herald jmore than one term and sent as their representative to the legislature. Nelson knew his greatest and noblest efforts and it is fitting tiiat his body should have its last resting place in that place. Leaving Nelson, he went to Ross- December, 1907, from whlcU 'by the Lethbridge Herald j United States, soon to return to set up rintine Co.. Ltd.. every lawful Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful even IDC at its office, Crabb St., Lethbridge Alberta, Canada. W.; A. BUCHANAN, Managing Director and Editor PHONES a paper in Prince Rupert aud Inter went to Fort George where a few j months ago he established a payer. Overwork broke him down and the end of a strenuous life has come. _ He was a man whose good qualities were so outstanding that men were at- tracted to him and were willing to ov- erlook whatever failings he had. He had strong convictions and the cour- age to express them and no one ever accused him of insincerity. trade during the last "decade. The Do-j minion is the third greatest producer! of silver in the world. In its yield of' nlckle It has no compcet. We are al-i so told that we have a virtual mono- poly of merchantable asbestos, that our iron mines are certain to domin- ate the world's steel markets, aud that the plains beyond the Great Lakes will feed the Empire. Canadians may be hardened if they are proud of their country, aud confident of its material greatness, Circulation and Job Departmens. Subscript.on Rates Daily, one year, delivered 4.00 Daily, months, delivered Dally, three mouths, delivered Daily, one month, delivered .....35c Daily, one year, by Dally, six months, by Daily, three months, by mail Addresses changed as often as ed, but both new and old addresses must be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight] and contains a summary of the "avmg secured all the protection he world's news ot the week, local and could for the people of Alberta in the: foreign. j Great Waterways deal, Hou W One year jn advance Huchanan resigns from the -overn Six in advance .........ioc{ llum Ultf Three months, in advance........G0cinient lo 4 j THE DAILY HERAl D i iiMHicr I-j sale at the Cross Drug and Book Store, J. G. Robertson Co., J. J. Xow that the American tariff am- jbassadors have talked the matter over 1 OUR POINT OF VIEW political excitement and unex- pected political events Alberta lias got all the rest of Canada phased eas- ilv. himself a free hand ii- the other in the A priest went "to a harber shop con- ducted by one of his Irish parishioners to get a shave, lie observed that the barber was suffering from a recent celebration but decided to take a chance. In a few moments the bur ber's 'razor had nicked the father's c.ueek. "There, Pat, you have cut said the priest, as he raised his hand aud caressed the wound. "Vis, y'r answered the barber. "That shows continued the priest, in a tone of censure, "what tlie use of liquor will do." "Vis, y'r replied the bar ber humbly: "it makes the skin tin der." Johnston. R. W. Ham D. Macleod Young Co, ilton. Pincher E. J. Mitchel, McCrea. Taher Westlake Bros. Alberta Drug Book Co. Fernie, B. C. X. B. Suddaby. Cranb-ook, B. C. Heattie tt Atchison. j Claresholrr. O. L. Reiueckft. j Grassy Dr. Tughai Bow A. F. WertS. Calgary Alberta Hotel News Stand. Also on all C. P. R. trains. with the Canadian government, it is to be hoped that the good judgment of jthe government at Washington will s prevail and that as a result commer jcial peace will continue to exist be jtweeu the nations. The strike-breakers tried the old .game at Philadelphia of trying to ag- jgruvate a crowd to make an attack on j them. It is an old game and as played 'out as it is old. A melancholy-looking gentleman, shabbily dressed and with long hair, was shown into the editor's room. "I have written a poem on 'The he said. "What demanded the editoi fiercely. "It is not any particular fal tered the poet. "Do you mean to say that you took advantage of the dog because it wag not particular, and wrote your yoen: ion BUCHANAN'S POSITION J Honorable A. Buchanan has re-j There will be something doing this! "l am afraid you do not understand signed his position in the Rutherton" next week when between fifty explained the caller meekly, i-; government and is now an ordinary and one hundred men are working Hkeiwrote Poem regarding the dog------" member OL the legislature. His posi- Trojans to provide the city with a "Bul wn-v were -vou regarding the 'turn at Edmonton has no doubt been (good up-to-date Y.M.C.A. jdos at all? What had it misunderstood by many people whoj ______ "If you will allow uie to explain, I have expressed the opinion that hej This Y.M.C.A. business is no little jhad been .inspired by the dog's fidel should leave the government. Bui his one-horse show. It is good enough, resignation ,even at the present mo- enough and needed enough to demand! "If tiie why should ment should satisfy' the public support of the biggest men and you seek to its feelings by writ his attitude throughout was sincere, jthe help of those who do not hold so 'lns a on it? And, again, hov His position was simply this. He jver-v Prominent positions in the world }dicl you raanase to write a poem on it? was a new member of the legislature iII is something for everybody to get Did you nave the brute shaved and tattoo the verses on its back, or did you merely write them on? ihaps you------" and was not associated, with the ancl ernment when the agreement with Alberta and Great Waterways Rail-j Tiie Burdett Tribune Per has just way was passed Consequently he was on its journalistic career. Ir not in a position to be fully aware of a Page weekly filled with good the. terms, conditions and clrcumstanc-jstuff from front to back and promises es of the agreement. As a new mem be- a creditable acquisition to the j ber he had therefore to hear both Jfile of Aiberta newspapers. I sides of the case regarding the trans i __ _ j action, and as a'" member of the govern- ment he was" not free to debate on the floor of the house except to ap- prove and defend the'action of the gov- ernment taken before he was a mem- ber of it and an action for which tie j But the poet had fled. MONTREAL WOMAN DIED SUDDENLY AT OTTAWA was'in no way responsible. He could Tax Good Advice (Toronto not defend the original agreement but One to invite the Xilval supported-the Woolf amendment be- the brow cause he was satisfied that it was HIU- ami then only way to improve a bad bargain. In'th'e cabinet and by supporting the j Where They Want the Woolf amendment he stood out for bet- (Toronto Star) ter terms and got them. Had he tak- en the other position and if the gov- ernment had been overthrown on the Boyle resolution the province would have had the original contract to carry out 'without the improvements which j he secured. Having tasen this position ana voted accordingly that as soon as the Great Waterways matter was brought up again on Tuesday by the introduction of the re the sale of bonds and the alleged strip- ping of the files of important docu- ments that he would resign from the in order that he could as he thought best on the mat- ter. Ottawa, Mar. woman about 50 years old, giving the name of Mrs. j McLean who arrived here last Friday apparemy from Montreal, died suden- ly in a rooming house on St. Patrick SL, this morning. Death was due tc natural causes.. It is said she has a son living at Field, B.C. The opposition to the Woolf amend- ment came from men who decided to stand against any amendment favor- ed by the government no matter whe- ther it improved the original contract or.not. The Woolf amendment was a censure of the government and the old members of the government by ac- j cepting it admitted their errors. llr. Buchanan by following the course he did, not only was instnr- roent'al in improving the agreement so The Ontario Legislature proposes to tax automobiles, and truly the motor- ists would sooner have tax oh their aiftos than under them. A Skin Game (Winnipeg A Winnipeg barber's charge of for a round in the chair might be all very well for a Paderwiski or some statesman, but for an ordinary man it was as the magistrate remarked, "scalp treatment." Turning the Tables i Edmonton In Iowa City in the month of Jan- uary last, one of the town residents, a city man, driving along in his leisure iy buggy, was run down by a farmer in his automobile. The man about j town was aggrieved and had the farm-1 e- arrested for exceeding the speed A emonstration of the 'Royal Standard' Visible Typewriters will convince the most skep- tical that it is the best ma- chine at any price. Others cost bet- ter. P. O. Box 261 Phone 1214 THE WESTERN SUPPLY EQUIPMENT CO., LTD. 414 Dufferin St. Lethbridge, Alta. I I I I E LOANS limit in Iowa City, is not so slow. The farmer's life Excuse Our Conceit (Toronto According to a British Government return Canada takes second place On improved or for the Im- provement of farm lands for one year or less up to five years. as to safeguard as far as possible the air'onS rlle leading countries of the interests of the province, but he hasworld in us of increase in also expressed Ms censure of the ac-j tion that the government made before !ie "was a menrber of it. THE LATE JOHN HOUSTON The death of John Houston removes one of the most notable and one of the John L Wells P. O. Box 420 109 Sherlock Elk., Lethbridge most picturesque figures in the jour j H: nalistic and political worlds of the Canadian West. He was a pioneer ir the strictest sense of the word, both as to place and thought. Ho came tc Western Canada from the Western States in the early days as a tramp printer. Starting in Calgary he soon had a paper of his own, the Truth. He moved it to Donald, on the main line v.-hen that place was booming. and it went flat moved to New Westminster. The opening of the Kootenay saw Ifcfra among the first there, having brought his printing outfit over the mountains. He was a man for the I place and the record of the growth and development of Xeison and the iKooteaays is inseparably connecter! I with the name of John Houston. Ho Ihad faith in the country and had r jbold fearless and original way of ex (pressing and .working out his faith Consequently the people had faith ir. He was mayor of Nelson for HOME STATIONERY The use of good stationery !s requisite both for good taste antj expediency. The writer of a letter is often Judged by the stationery used. Save yourself all difficulty in this way hy getting your stationery at THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Store Acadia Block, Redpath St. Day and Night Phone 555 Night Beli Dispenser. Picture Framer. T T T T t i i 5 T T T T T 2 T T t 3! H? NEW BARNES COAL MINE CO. Lethbridge Box m. BEST COAL ON THE MARKET TON Strictly C. 0. D. H Car load lots our specialty. Shipped promptly on receipt of order. Golden West ilealtj Co. I Phono 623 jij City Agents 8 i I I i I I I i Professional Cards MEDICAL B. C. FRUIT LANDS Are 3rou thinking of going to B. 0. this Spring'', now is the time to talk about it and select your land while }rou have a good choice. Remember we guarantee everything as described and1 undertake to return your money with 5 per cent, interest it' you arc 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. ARM ANDS DR. W. I S. GALBKAlTH-PhyBioiu, DR. LAFFERfY-Conaumng DOCTOR MEWBURN-Redpath Before 9 a.m.; 2-3; ?.g. St. DR. CRAGG-PhysicIan, Accoucher. Office, Alberta Residence, corner Glyn and pas. Hours, 1M2; 2-4; 7-8.30 Boni- Ear, Nose and Block, Abridge, Office hours: 9.30-12 a.m.; 2-5 p.m MORNINGSIDE "The Addition That The City Demanded" PER LOT Down and a Month NO INTEREST NO TAXES 7-9. Sundays: Till 10 14; 8 Jo- 30 Phone day and night 1242 PRITAJE MATERNITY HOSPITAL me rooms are bright, warm and well ventilated. Good food wash UeSn !H Pa- "v visitors fl.nv during the day or If very 111 Jfve frfend stay. First floor or medical cases. Terms moJerate Telephone 2G9. MISS G. A. Dainty graduate nurse of Nicholls Hospital' Peterboro, and three years exner- [ence in hospital work in New York is m charge. MlJiS VERONICA O' Ladles' hair facial and massage, combings made UD i TT and gentlemen. "sjlNSON-Graduate Nurse or New Y01-k Hospital will sage tieatment or take cases in nursing. 524 Smith street. sionai Phone 307. Nurse, 515 Glyn street; 17-0 LEGAL OLIVER BLOQK Lethbridge I i Professional Cards WE HOLD ALL THE CARDS Our grades are HlvjH prices LOW Our Our men are L umber fair up to date I undertakers and emtalmers in the city, black and white cars. Office next the now Herald office, Phone i (JS2. Strict attention paid to all I cases. Parlors open day and night ;T. S. Directa and Most up to date parlors in ?Ity. Five doors west of Post Office-, Ford St White and Black Cars. Phone 561. ,nr ers an: solicitors. Office, adjoin- ing Onion Lethbridge L Jehnstorie; J. Norman Ritchie T Solicitors Notaries Public :and CommisSers' Conybeare Clock. Lethbridge. AIU and Notaries. Money v loan. Offices in Canadian Bank of Commerce Bids. W. C. Slmmonr' S. J. Shepherd. play a fair CjAML Let us figure your bill and fit you out with every- thing you need in building line MR. j. w. and Choirmaster of Christ church, Mac- leod, gives lessons in voice cultiva- tion, organ and pianoforte playing and theory. Lessons given in Leth- bridge commencing Monday Feb. 7 710 bb7cr VIOLIN Frank Rorke. Inquire A. L. Spurrier Piano Co.. 305 Crabb street, or Room 8 Bryan block. (57.95 A. H. DIESETH, Local Mgr. Baroness Road Phone 302 I 1 W. D. acoountsm Audits, liquidations, genera] ing, and advice thereon. Lethbridge, Alta We Are Agents For 1910 Cadillac '30' Touring Car Or Runabout The Hupmobile Two Passenger Runabont Call and let us demon- strate them to you. LtTHBRFDGE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Meets Hall. Glyn 8t. Club 'oom open evening 7.30 to 10.30, Sunday ezeepted. All Scotsmen welcorne. A. L. 70HNSTON. J. B. GIBBON. Box'320. 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 lerie No. Meets First and third Saturdays in K. of P. Hall at S o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. j J- McBRlDE SHIVELY, W.P. GUS. XEIDIG, W. S. Horses for Sale p JUST ARRIVED twenty head 6f young work horses, 1250 to 1450 in broken. J. F. Rodgers Sale Stables Woocl Street. Viaduct Lodge L o. O. F. j Meets every Monday night in Odd- I fellow's Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting members cordially Invited to j attend. L. W. STEEVES, X.G. A- CATHRO. R.s BQX 1270 CHARLES and work, furniture re- pairs and all kinds of job work re- ceive prompt attention. Estimates free. 908 Arthur street. 74-28 THc CONSERVATORY AUDITOR- Ashmead and Bompas streets, the largest nail in the city, is now open for use for At Homes' Dances, Concerts, Entertainments. etc. For terms, etc.. apply on the premises. 28-0 LODG: PRIDE OF ALBERTA, No. 293, Sons of England Benefit Societi Meets in the Oddfellows' Hall every first and third Wednesday of the month at 8 tlcurars apprr F. T. Robins. W. President. P.m. For full par- A. j. Warren Sec., Box 57. Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital DUNWOODY- Sollcitors and Notaries. loan. Southard Block. R. ANDREW SMITH, B.A L L B r-, Alberta Block, street! SURVEYING HAMILTON, surveyor, Irrigation and Hy- draulic Engineer. Rooms 5 and 6 Whitney Block. P. 0. Box 657. Phone Land f yor; mine surveyor; irrigation engineer, P. 0. Block. Phone oil ARCHITECTS 4ND CONTRACTORS Whh Hey Block. Late of Williams Brw Arclnttcts, Detroit. i Room- Block. Redpath street ald Block, U'thLn'dge, Aita.' ERNEST E. CARVER, M.3.A.A., M.R. Leth- bridge Office, Sherlock Block. Phone WILLIAM and Con- tractor. Estimates free. Repairs and Alterations. Office Room 5, Bryan Block. Phone 426. P. 0. Box Financial Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Roys! Collieries l.ta All Standard Stocks Handled HEAD W R. BROWN-House painting, car riage painting, paper hanging, waT deconiting, etc. 23 Argyle Ave Phone 720. Box 278-C T. K. and Build- er estimates given on all kinds of buildings; nothing too' small noth- ing too large. Box 515; office 1260 Courtland street. HOTSON AND and Builders, estimates freely giv- en on all kinds of Office 219 Redpath street, phone 1483. Get our figures before letting contract. LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL OF MUtlC DANCING. VOICE CULTURE-! Madam Xorman. Musical Directress and Pianist, 20 years experieice with Lngland's best dramatic cdn- Miss L. Xorman, bail room and stage dancing, mg Buck, Skirt. Hornpipe and sip t0 ladies or 6-J2 CrabL street L'SLIC TufT. Office 51 fi Hill enn St. Phoce 574. P, O. BoC19? ;