Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Page 2 The Lethbridge Daily .Herald, Friday; March 11, 1010. IS, Daily Herald province does not feel inclined to trust i [the affairs of state to Ws care any longer. This has been indicated in no uncertain manner and Mr. Rutherford must bow to their wishes. The soon- er he does this the better for himself Established December, 1907. Published hy the Lethbridge Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful ing at its office, Crabb St., Lethbridge Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Director and Editor PHONES and News Department j all others concerned. uirnini jiiuliorial ailu iLucui j -........i- Circulation and Job j railway bridge into a traffic bridge will gwvd lo what was then considered a j probable conflict "Now tell said the officer, "fj there were to be God for Russia and England, what part would you and your people take'? Whom woiuu you side "Do you wish me to tell you what would please you or to tell you the real was the naive reply. "1 adjure yon to tell what is the 'white word.' said the old grey beard, t "we would just sit up here on our of the Six-Mile watching you both fight until we saw one or the other defeated. Then we would come down and loot 'ott- said vouu world's news of the week, local and.1" -l limitation 01 tue t.ei _ ''man-Canadians resent the German over tho telephone. "I-just call- world's news of foreign. One year, in advance .Six monturi, in advance Three months, in advance THE DAILY HERAl D at the following Cross Drug Store. J. G. Robertson Co., J. j Johnston. j Co., R. W. Ham ikon. Pincher J. MUchel, D. hu war. scare taciics of that party. Mayor Auams was right when he >vay to attract manu- facturing industries to the city is to j jfill up the surrounding country so as j ;ive the industries a market for i 'their produce If the market is here j the industries will come. All that is i necessary is to show them a profit-1 (able market. i led up to say that I'm afraid I won'; able to get home to dinner to-night ;as I am detained at the office." I "You poor answered the wife sympathetically. I don't wonder. 1 don't -see how you manage to get any- thing done at all with that orchestr: g in your office. Goodby." CHARLES COUTT SIXTY YEARS MARRIED WITHOUT A SCRAP Westlake 3ros. i vi--. i prug Book Co. j As vet no oue hag OIU how rernte, ts- o. i to thp nnnihoi- MaV 10. Sixty lo lbe wiraonllnary 01 married life tpgether without MORNINGSIDE "The Addition That A PUHULAK i -iway avenue, ceieorateu tue sum anui- i rr i streets, on Dufferiu street between1 n if. The -Conservative party cmaml-v 1 Glyn -nd Smith versary ot their wedding. Palmer al- g TX 1 tM got its quietus on the navy question j '_____ ;so declared that he and his wife have I O 1 I I TT1 O fl ft Ofl at Ottawa. By reiusing to follow thej j never had a disagreement. The heads 1 11C 1 L V Cl 11 dl 1LICU, loori nf siinimsed leader. R. L. _ _ >s to ouh ,OI both are former residents Atchison. uuuiuci Cfareaholm__0. L. Heinecks. ot suowslides on the coming Grassy Tughai Halley's comet Sow F. Werts. Sow Isl Alberta Hotel News Stand. Also on all C. P. R. trains. A POPULAR VICTORY hursh word is the I by Oliver Ross and his wife, Mrs. Betsy Ross, living at Broadway I avenue, Spokane, where, at a family i 1 he attention of Mayor Adams is l reunion, Arthur H. Palmer and his called to the ract that some d rt wag- ri 0 'wire, .Mrs. Hattie Palmer of 2320 Broad ions are still distributing dirt on the! V u> i um, uu avenue> celebrated the 30th anui- j fr at Ottawa. By reiusing to follow the never hail a disagreement. The heads o> lead of their "supuowd leader, R. L Is lo jof both families are former residents ij; Borden, tae iwrty departed from f' f he Consen-ativr iof Xew Yorkr Ro33 being born at Pen. only statesmanlike position party jlield ln 1824f wlllle Palmer is a na. taken. The question should notij" on !he tive of ueRoy The former came to By have been made a party issue. the party in that province. If it gor lutr provtnce. ir it cor forcing the band of Mr. Borden and gome Qf JJ nnnvnAlUncr tr> ma rvnci-1 compelling him to desert his posi- (members who have been insulting the tlon they not omy lowered the pres- of by questioning their tlge of their leader but also weakened loyaky u then- standing m the country. The Qn the right spot people were unanimous in their opin- j ion that Canada should contribute in j some way to the defence of the Em- pire but the great bulk of the people were against having the matter made j a question of party politics. Sir frid Laurier's position was statesmanlike and according to the j best principles of government and by FROM OTHER SANCTUMS Spokane from Brighton in 1SS4, the Palmers following in 1902. "We have been happy all the said Ross "and if 1 had to do i: all over again 1 would choose the same girl. We have both worked hard and while not a? well-to-do as we were before the panic, lo years ago, we have sufficient 'or this world s goods tor the rest of our days, which we are passing in whole- some contentment, surrounded by chil j dren and friends.'' Slaughter of the innocents (Peterborough Review.) Mr. Theodore Roosevelt and Down and a Month NO INTEREST -Mr- ineouore Roosevelt and his opposm? his plan the Conservative 7 r- T are returning from Africa. Thev narty showed itselt as usual out of are reported to have killed sevemppn touch with the sentiment of the coun- try and with the best fundamental principles that must underlie all gov- ernment. The Liberal party, led by Wilfrid Laurier as the party ot the people has come through the debate with flying colors, while the Conserva- tive driving their nominal leader has out of the controversy with low- ered colors and decreased prestige. killed seventeen lions, eleven elephants, nine giraffes and other game. harm have these animals done them? POOR HOUSE CONSUMED BY FIRE New York, .Mar. out of s i house and home was the ill fate added to the affliction of poverty of the in- mates of cue poor house at Hemp- stead, L. I., which was destroyed by fire to-day. One aged inmate was burned to death. There was a panic when flames were discovered and near- The Standard Securities Company ly the poor people leaped from THE GEORGIAN BAY CANAL The Georgian Bay canal is bound to "be one of the big questions before the public for many years, in fact until it is an accomplished fact. From sev-1 eral Barters comes pressure to havej the government undertake i: in. thej near future either as a public work orj The Mighty Pen (Montreal jtae windows of the blazing structure. There .s one pen mightier than thej________________________________ sword these days. We refer to the i hog-pen. _ _ The accellerating type faar action with which the Ought to be Good at it (Toronto A new whaling company has been started in Victoria, B.C. No doubt the promoters are chiefly school teachers. Militant Topic Still (Calgary It is very soothing to note that the e by guaranteeing the bonds of a private jEdmntou house spent some of rhe concern that will undertake to do it. lime yesterday discussin. lhe There are not many people in the j tion Armv bill. country who are not in favor of thc-i _ construction of the canal sometime lor What p "le Uke to Regd K is genrally admitted that it will be (Montreal Herald) v the and a! The advicc of :in old aid to commerce. There is a reporter WBS to keep an eve general sem.ment in ,avor of the opin- for the unusiial. ,.If ,ou ee a do recently expressed by Hon. W. S a cat in an even Pie ding on the subject when he said noisy and exciting, give no h 'Royal Standard' Visible is equipped, is the lightest, strongest and fastest yet in- vented in typewriter construc- tion. P. 0. Box 261 Phone 1214 THE WESTERN SUPPLY EQUIPMENT CO., LTD. 414 Dufferin St. s Sids j J .VV, I I, I Lip JS everybody [stands; but if the dog should trv Uilriid Laurier and; climb tree .-md meet, with any We Pi'Ssiey minister of pub-1 CesS, get all the details you can. for IK works, when asked lor a judgment that will not happen often" i the matter expressed themselves as i I T and anxious to have the canal] 'built, but that it was not possible at present. The country has so many large undertaking on its hands now ______________________ that it cannot afford ...ither TO build! ei K The canal either as a pnbli, work or to i Rr... guarantee the bonds or a oomnanvi in the Kurrum Ihat would build it. !ley who interrogated an Afridi with re f Some of those who tho immediate undertaking of t.hf canal say that there is opposition to thr! project from the West. Tim is not rhc case. The west realizes that the' CO. Lethbridge Box 4% o BfcSTCOAL OX THE MARKET PER TON 'o. 53 O. O. F Meets every Monday night In Odd- fellow's Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting members cordially invited to attend. T.. W. STKEVES, N.G. A. CATHRO. R.S Box 1270. i CHARLES SELLENS-.Carpenter and furniture re- j pairs and all kinds job work re- I ceive prompt aitentio.i. Estimates i free. 908 Arthur 74-28 Chartered Corporation Ltd. j Capital j financial Ageius. Fiscal Brokers. for Collieries 1.10 Standard Handled H A. J. MACDO.'JG.M c.-Bar-ristei Solicitor, Notary. Hoon. 14, Block. JOHN J. CAMERON-Barriswr BDO aohciioT. Office. Rooms 3 and 3 Ott Block. POAPST DUN Solicitors and Notaries. Money te loan. Southard Block. R. ANDREW SMITH, 8.A.. LLB Barrister, Solicitor, Noti-w Public etc. 4 Alberta Block, Rvm.l street! SURVEYING J. F. HAMILTON, Land Surveyor, lerigation and Hy- draulic Engineer. Rooms f> and 5 Whitney Block. P. 0. Box 657. Phone 1042. W. H. YOUNG, Land Surveyor; mine surveyor; irrigation engineer. P. 0. Block. Phone 511. ARCHITECTS CONTRACTORS Whit ney Block. Lahj Of Williams Bros Architects, Detroit. Architect. Room i Block. JAS. A. Block, Redpath street Alta. ERNEST E. CARVER, M.B.A.A., M.R. A., A. A. I. C., Leth- bridge Office. Sherlock Block. Phone 1241. WILLIAM and Con- tractor. Estimates free. Repairs and Alterations. Office Room 5, Bryan Block. Phone 426. P. O. Box W. R. painting, car riage painting, paper hanging, waT decorating, etc. 23 Argyle Ave Phone 720. liox 300. 27S-C T. K. McN El 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 BuIUTers. estimates freely giv- en on all kinds of building. Office 219 Redpath street, phone 14S3. Get our figures before letting contracL 69-26 LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL OF MUSIC DANCING, VOICE Madam Norman, Musical Directress and Pianist, 20 years experience J with En gland's best dramatic com- panies. Miss L. teacher of ball room and sta.tre dancing, includ- ing Buck, Skirt, Hornpipe and step instruction to ladies or gentlemen. 622 Crabb street. 'JBLIC G Tuff. Office 616 Hill block. Dnf 'prln St. Phone 574. P. O. Box 19?