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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGI, ALBiRTA, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, IMM. Daily Herald Printed by ths Daily HeraW Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening the latter but with a Government sup- porter the community can secure both the former and the latter. Lethbridgc by right of its position and resourc- es the ci'iita- of Southern Alberta. All men do not realize that fact as living here do. The only man to convince them is a man in whose) judgment and principles they have Was TreuWtd With Weak Back For Years. office. Round St., Lethbridge. Alberta, Canada. Y_A. BUCHANAN, Managing Di-1 sition of this thc rector and Editor Subscription Rates The Rutherford Govern- ment hus already recognized the po- point of view. The future, however, "Daily, one year, delivered Daily, six months, delivered Daily, three aaonths, delivered Daily, one month, delivered Daily, one year, by mail Daily, six months, by mail Daily, three months, by mail.....85 Weekly Herald, one year 1.50 Addresses changed as often as de- sired, but both new and old address must be given. 2.00 1.00 .3d, 3.00 1.75 will bring up other large problems of vital interest to this city and dis- trict and at that time Lethbridge should be by a man who knows and who is known and recog- nized by the powers who have to a large extent the destiny of our city in their hands. ANNOUNCEMENT ALBERTA'S PRIDE The Rutherford Government believ- es that the welfare of the state de- Duriog the election campaign iargeiy upon the education of W. A. Buchanan will not be associat.; the For this reason thev have ed with the editorial work of the aid.. which will be conducted other members of the staff. by Arch. Black Point, N.B., for yetrt I troobled witk weak back. I lain in bad for being able to turn my- specjai attention to this mat- The Government decided not while trying to perform my household dutiw. I had doctort attendiM me with- out avail tried liniments plwUrs, but nothing seemed to do me any good. I about to give up in despair when my husband induced me to try DOMS'S Kidney Pills, and after using two 1 aw now well and able to do my work. I am bive Dean's Kidney Pffls that you claim for them, and'T would advup all kidney sufferers to give them a fair tnaL Doaa's Kidney PiUs purely vege- table medicine, realizing quick, permanent relief, without any after ill A medicine that will absolutely Back- ache and all forma of Kidney and Bladder Disease. A medicine that strengthens the'kidneys that thev are enabwd to extract the ___ ___ ___________ _______ __... onlv to give schools to everv commun- i poisonous uric acid from the blood and clifftf of Rheumatism. try that could muster twelve children of school age but to bear a large share of the expense so a? to make the tax- ation on the settler as light as pos- sible. The grants given directly to i and exclusive general as inspectors' salaries. The meeting held last night was remarkable ior one thing. There were three candidates on the plai-j form representing different j The Government's record and policy were, as they alwsvs are in cam-11 building the Calgary formal paigns -under party government., at me Department., under-discussion.' The can-S eic" has bwn on the avera-e of didates represented the Government! Per enrolled. Compare this party, the Opposition partv and t-heiwith average.oi per pupil partv'that professes no politics but j -ivt'n Manitoba, by Nova Sco- the.'workincmaa's particular inter-j tirt and SI.29 by Ontario. The grants ests. Yet on the matter of the Gov-jaw hl such a as raable lament's record, They were unani- i school boards to increase them mous in saying that it- was a good b-v increasing the their h schools. Numerous most capable in- specters have biren appointed. The i vent the chief cauae of Rheumatism. Price 50 cents per box, or 3 for at all dealers or T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. In ordering specify neglected to say -what he was going to ao about It. Mr. Ives did not try standing on the Red Deer Platform. Its planks do not dovetail and the supports are weak. It is a safe platform for a politician to keep off. r nne and the harshest critic found little fault. The Government's pol- icy was 'received with equal approba- tion. All acreed that the Govern- Side best efforts have been put forth to Heard at the Art Exhibition Mr. Homer Watson, the president give teachers the best possible train. tjie Canadian Art Club, which is OUR COFFEES I AT 25c, 35c, 45c and 55c Are blended by ex- i perts and fresh roast- ed. Try a sample Ib. i The Bentley Co. Ltd, Wiiciesile ind Retail i IETHBRIIBE, To the Electonofiociiji'Distils [lettinl District the North versus South cry. All three pledged themselves to help carry out the main plank of the Government's policy as quickly as possible. Such unanimity of sentiment and pur- lations regarding teachers axe very strict, thus weeding out the poor ones. Alberta has no third class teachers find twenty-four per cent, of them hold first class certificates as com- pose is surely remarkable tribass to Pared seveu Per ceat- in -ood the Government. Mr. Ives practically states that the Government is alriirbt old Ontario. The Government- took a direct burden off the people by-pro- bat-.that he should oe sent in iree readers- which are the sition to it. Mr. McNab also prac- j best that could be secured. Other ticallv savs that the Government is j free text-books-are to be added to the as circumstances warrant. alright from the workingmen's point of view but that a labor man should j The Governments activity and suc- be sent to Edmonton to represent this cess in administering educational mat- city. Mr. Buchanan says that the i ters in the province commend it to the j the people of this province especially to! to the rural population, many of whom THE GREATEST SHOE values you ever heard of when it comes down to actual are shown in the latest footwear styles we are chatting wun a Toronto laay wno j in u windows today. So. had just come into the gallery, and; f during the her eye _... imagination, no u chanced to fall upon a canvas on the plain, simple, honest facts. opposite wall. And we want you to make us prove exclaimed. beautiful she j L, "I wonder who painted F. German The Mr. Watson was a little taken aback and then he added: am obliged to confess that I did." Then he went on to say: "I am certainly luckier than the English artist, Sir Coutts Lindsay. He was Government is" alright and asks electors to send him Edmonton to in. the good help them along work. From the standpoint, of consistency, the posi- tions of the candidates rank in the reverse order of their being- named. If Lethbridge is satisfied that the record of the Kulherford Government is consistent -with the best interests of Lethbridge and. the .province as a whole, the electors should be con- sistent enough to send as their rep- resentative the man who represents their views in support of the Gov- ernment. have known what it is to be without educational advantages in the rural districts of other provinces and states. Alberta has reason to be proud of its educational system and the way in which it is administered. once going through an exhibition j with a lady when she stopped in front oi a picture and remarked 'That's the worst daub in the room; I wonder who painted "'Madam, it was I; I admit the soft- replied Sir Coutts- 'Oh, I didn't mean to hurt your responded the lady: "I was only .repeating what everybody Saturday .Night. OUR POINT OF VIEW Help Buchanan boost Lethbridge. Between Sage's and Roys REGENERATED OATS of Regenerated Abundance Oats can be seen at the Customs office. Early maturity and heavy yields are obtained with this Orders sent on clubs in two-bushel sealeu hags as originally received from the raisers, Garton redigree Seed Co. Orders left with the Secretary of the Agricultural So- ciety will secure the club offer .price. Gentlemen: Having been requested .by ;i large number of the electors o5 this dis- trict irrespective of party politics to offer myself as a candidate ut the general elections to be held in the province un the 22nd inst, I have de- cided to accede to their request and offer myself as an independent can [clidate and I now bespeak the hearty support of all classes. Through long residence and travel in different parts of the district have become intimately acquainted with .the various needs of all classes and I therefore believe that without being egotistical, I can say that have the qualifications and ability properly represent this constituency in the Provincial Legislature. The present Government has admin' istered the affairs of the province during the four years very cred- itably and it has given the people a great" deal of sane legislation. Anc as evidence of this I might mention the workmen's compensation act, the eight-hour bank to bank (for miners) act, the mechanics'" lien act and sev- eral others. The platform announced by the Conservative party has also many good suggestions which I hope to see upon our statute books at an early date. For I may sa> that 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 i date system of public schools where the children can obtain an education that will better prepare them for the duties of good citizens. I be- lieve also that more money shoulc be spent in putting our highways in proper condition for travel. I may say.in conclusion that I.stand for the disfranchising of people of the_ Asiatic race, such as Japs and Chinamen These people take ho interest in our instimtions 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 absve grounds and-ms others too 'mention, in a short address, I appeal to the elec- tors of Eacky Mountain District .as an independent- candidate for their hearty support, no matter what their political leanings may be and I prom- ise, if returned as their member thai the interests of all classes: and al parties will be. faithfully, impartially and conscientiously respected hy nie Dated at this 2nd day of March, 1909. John Angus McDonald. Rutherford, Rivers and Railways. Whether a candidate or a campaign- er, W. C. Ives always seems to find the Herald a. fruitful source of elo- quence. In fact> it would appear that if it were not for the.Herald he might at times be without a text for his. political discourses. His address last night was no exception. Among other things that he tried to do to this great family journal was an en- deavor to prove that the Herald con, tradicted itself and -was inconsistent. The Herald at one time advised the electors to elect as their representa- tive a man who as a Government supporter would have the ear of the Government and in another.editorial the Herald praised the Rutherford Government as impartial, giving a square deal to all- localities irrespec- tive, of their political complexion. If the Government is right in prin- ciple and practice vote for it. If you don't think it is, vote against it. The Conservative candidate says the Government is good hut. that he ought to'be sent- to the Legislature to oppose it. The labor candidate says that the Government has been .the best in Canada for the laboring man but- that he ought sent to Edmonton to make them ha good. The Liberal candidate says that the ernment is alright and ought. to be supported- Easy choice. .What a change.a few short words make. Mr. Claydon's few pointed sentences last night stripped Mr. Ives1 speech of all its force. When address is shown to lack sincerity and consistency, there is nothing left but the carbon dioxide created in the effort. "W. C. Conservative candi- announce his said the bills calling a mess meeting of the citizens for last night. The plat- a simple structure, viz.. "I will introduce a hill for the weekly payment of wages." He spoke on various other matters but Mr. Ives says that these two positions are contradictory and inconsistent. Such is not the case, however. If having the ear of the Government j form as announced'" meant having the ability to: get a public building or a road grant> then the Herald pleads guilty. But, the Herald does not believe that having the ear of the Government consists j of the ability to pull a few tens ofj thousands of dollars out of the pub- lic treasury occasionally for some work in the constituency, whether it is needed or not. It does believe, hbwever> that when it comes to the shaping of a general policy on any line of action, the Government pays more attention to a supporter who is in sympathy with its' ideals and appreciates its intention than it does to a member who is in straight oppo- sition or .to the member there as an independent with only one particular object in view. For example, in the working out of the railway construc- tion, the province must necessarily be divided into divisions and some one place will be the centre of work and administration for each district. Similarly, it will be with the devel- opment of the telephone system, the educational system, the building of central provincial railways and other lines of administration. The member who is in the confidence of the Gov- ernment can have an influence that an outsider cannot possibly have. It is power to make his city a centre of .wealth and influence. He oan shape things as to make a great- er or a smaller area, tributary to his One act of this sort means to a community than the erec- rf a courthouse. The Opposition wr mvy be aUe to do' as well as fsttinc, "S A E G A E S 'S Goods generally get here at the right time and right pric- es. Our new stock of ero- quet, tennis, football, lacrosce, baseball and hammock goods arrived yesterday. Today we open up a new of lOe TOILET PAPER 5.4 a 500 more paper bound noyels. You ahonld see them. Monthly time books can now be sold at Ite School scribblers, II ptr doitn. Our Glitter Post Cards with Lethbridge %nd Greetings are creating ft sation of their own. Muth L JH Many people arc at sea on the question of And its sniafl there are so many different painting materials to confuse the man-who-wants- tp-paint-his-hotise that he scarcely knows how to avoid getting one of the numerous poor materials on the market. TO THE PUBLIC We have bought out the Star-Transfer outfit, and; are prepared to execute all orders for promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered "promptly. Gati on, delivery. J. S. PhiiiB A. L PattesM Phone 70 Office in Nelson ft GoWs Store PAINTS because cut good materials into them and manufacture them In right way. The hwbeen makfngpainto hr forty yean, Toe fact that ii jteater demand for Sherwin-Wtlttzms ProducU than for any other paints or varnishes shows that we have been tuccearfui in maWnjjjjoodi of tttifr- factory qualitf. Yoa can be sore of good remits 'A you me a Sherwia-WillUins Paint or Varnu; Aik'yottf dealer foe color caroV Vrite for booklet, B-6Q> THE SHERWIH-WIUJMS Co. X Crr PAINT AHO MAKCH IN TMC'WOHiP MM MONTMCAL TORONTO WINNIPEG Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG- Office opposite, Balmoral PH o N E as THE: HICK Make a Fortune in Fruit to a Year Profit from only 10 acres You have heard of the wonders 61 B.C.-Fnrit Lands. How would, you like to own in the Iwnoos Arrow Lake District, where irrigation is not required, and the land yields a clear profit of from to on ten acres every year. Where vegetables and tmall fruits product in such abundance that beyond belief. Here's jour chance, if you baye a little ready money" or. can save a few dollars every montbV YOU CAN MOLD II ACREi OF THE FINEST FRUIT LAND IN THIS FAMOUS DISTRICT. Present prices of 1100 to f US JMT acre on easy terms, afford those in- terested in frait growfnf aa al epportunity. This is the most attractive fruit diatrict in the Kootenay District of Britiih Columbia. Neetled among the mountains on the .shores of the beautiful Arrow Lakes amid scenic beauty unsurpassed, of exceed- ing depth and THE LAND OF PERFECT FRUIT No insect fruits good market, good transportation, good climate and good watei wltb roads to every 10 acre tract with a a inexhaustible mar- ket' ut your door. THE ACREAGE IS LIMITED, THE OPPORTUNITY ftOUNDLESS. A card brings free literature. The land, being sold rajiifdly. of inquiries are being received, and fortune the man who now. LETHBRIDGE FOR.JALE A Greut Swap for HOMESTEADERS 6 good work mares I Studebaker wagon with grain tank, ntarly new 1 single buggy'with pole 2 sets double harness I set driving harnes Must be sold. TERMS Apply for Particulars RODGERS YOUNG Sale Stables Wood St. LETMBRIDGE II STIRLING J AND DISTRICT City Property, Business Sites, Farm Lands, and Coal Lands REAL ESTATE AND INSIRANCE R.A.Davis Starling Hayr Transfer Co, Leave yoiir Orders for AT- HayrBros.Hardware Store PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN PHONE 180 PROFESSIONAL CARDS MEDICAL DR. W. 8. Surgeon, Accoucher. 9 a.m., 2-3; 7.8 p.m. Office 914 Red- path-St. Bhoue 53. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEANE Street. a.m., 2-3, 7-8. DR. A. and rooj Stafford Block. Office 12, 1.3, 7-8.30. Phone night and daj 277. DR. J. E. LOVER Surgeon, Accoucher, Oddfellows' Block. 9 a.m., 11 to 1. 3 to 5, 7 to 8. Phone, day and night, 342. D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., ist, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Stafford Block, Lethbridge, Alta. Office a.m., 2-5 p.m.. 7.8 p.m. DENTISTRY PEACE M ETAL ER STR f P. will last a lifetime. Saves ".storm sash. Absolutely excludes drafts, dust and smoke. J. Thompson, P. 0. Box 642. 72-26 DR. O. J. CpURTICE DeutiM Graduate of Northwestern Universi- ty, Chicago, 111. Office 1-5. Rooms U and 12, Macdonald Block. UNDERTAKING ADDISON Under- takers and Embahners. The oldest established.; business -in the city. Phone 102. Office and residence, 321 Graibb St. Parlors open day and night. T. S. DI- RECTOR AND EM BALM riages and equipment new and up to date. Parlors opposite fire hall. Open day and night. Phone 369. P. 0. Box 493. MUSIC MADAM Pi- aniste, organ and voice produc- tion. Visits or receives pupils, preparatory or advanced. Coaching for sxams: Howard House, Crabb Screct. R. Cooper, con- cert baritone. At liberty for con- certs, At Homes, etc. For terms, apply, Lethbridge, Alta. MR- ALBERT of Dr. Briggs, M.A., Song Singing and Voice Culture. Pupil of Chaa. Hancock, Esq., F.K.C.O., L.E.A.M-, Organ and Theory. Voice culture, pipe organ, piano, harmony and theory, song singing. Open for con- certs, banquets, recitals, etc. Terms on application. Box 690, Leth- bridge, Alta. Canada Western Chartered Corporation ut. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. Roytl Collieries Ltd All Stocks Handled HEAD B C LETHBRIDGE LOUut. NO. C. B. P. 0. E. n.ts on second and fourth Tuei- y of each month at 8.15 p-m. A 8HARMAN, 1C, PEIEST, E. B. SecreUry LODGE PRIDE No. 293, ALBERTA, tons of Eigliri Benefit Society Meets in the Oddledllowg'. Hall every first and third Wednesday lu the month at 8 p.m. For full particulars apply W. J. Fred T. W. President. _ Box 57. UtHrMp NrH Hi lit ].8i and 3rd M o n d ay( in K. of P Hall at f o'clock. Vifitin? brethren are cordially invited- j. ASHCROFT, W.P M-ly OUS NEIDIQ, W.S. f.F. 4i A.M., Q.R.A. Lethbridge .Lodge Regular meeting night, the third Thursday oi each month in the Masonic Hall, P. O Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will ways receive a hearty welcome. A. C. MeMer. W It Q. V. Storkey, SecreUry, P. O. Boi W7. 1SWI. Attcrka Lethbridfe Omp ,No. MeeU in Oddfellows Hall second and fourth ol month. Visiting mtfhbon win aJ- wars a Oom- dlTor, 0. W. Whitlftf: Baakw, W A. Dicktoo, CMt, Jf; Dovwtt. JOHAHNES H- pil of Henri: Verbruggeii, of Iraly; .Carl Sunins, of Berlin, Ger- many. High spfCialty. Qpen for recitals; ban- quets, concerts, etc. For terms'-; apr ply Royal Collieries, Xethbridge. L. M. and Solicitor. Office adjoining Union Bank, Lethbridge. W. Barris- ter, etc. Office: Southard Block. CONYBEARE JONES-C. F. F. Conybeare, .K.C., D.C.L.; B. Morton Jones, Barriaters, solicitort. etc. Conybeare Block. Lethbridge; Alberta. SURVEYING HAMILTON and; Surveyors. Room 4, Whitney Block. ABCHITECTS AND CONTRACTORS F..B. Wlutney Block. Room 8. JAS. .A. Macdouald Block, Retlpath Street, Lethbridge Alta. W: M: Calgary and Lethbridge. Specialist in 1'ireprQof- ing, sanitation, heating and ventila- tion. Ernest E. Garvert. M.B.A.A., ME.A., A.A.I.C., -Etc., Manager Lethbridge Office, Bryan-Block, and' build- er: Estimates cheerfully given. pairs and alterations executed at the shortest notice. BOT 730; Leth- bridge, Alta, W. R.- 'house- hold furniture. All classes of signs painted. Carriage" EOUM painter. Paper hanger. Woo4 finisher, etc. Phone 95 Argyti Ave. FRED. ROONEY-Formerly tor of the Arlington Hotel, conks ot- or and builder. Estimates furnish- ed free. Repairs and promptly attended to.. Box 98 bridge. R. E. engineer and contractor. Lighting and pow. er. installations. Plans and specifi- cations. Office McKeown's Hard ware. Phone 80S. FOR BEST to Wil- litm Watte, builder and contractor, London Road. experience. Estimates free. (PS-SI EDUCATIONAL LETHBfNDGE SCHOOL OF SHORT- HAND AND and evening classes, Special spaad claas, and night school. A business course given. Principal J. E. McOregoT, I. P- sistant, H.. W, powcM, (fublta sclwol Box SM. Phone 94B. J. I. IAKIN, ar4 Btank. 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