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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 i'he Lathbridgc Daily Herald. 10, 1010. Daily Herald forts to keep its people from coming to Canada. If added to these 5s calculated tlie producing value and the cush value of the other people who are coining tc Canada it can easily be seen what benefit conies from having immigrants EioabiSihed December, 1307. jot' the right sort, coming ta the couu- Published by the Lethbridge Herald try. Printing'Co., Ltd., every lawful e.eu- What this country wants is men and lag at its omce, Crabb St., Lethbridge womeu of The, Alberta, Gaiia a. have enough money or its equi W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Director and Editor PHONES valeut 10 support them until they aro in a position to start producing wealth in some way'or other. That a man him to remain with the government, j Mr. W. A. Buchanan, who is a very j intelligent conscientious young man, made a -thorough, careful study of con- ditions. He looked over -the contract He was not even hurried. He wasn't going to make a move until he .was sat- isiied. He let the first want of con- I'idcuce motion pass without desertiiif the government. But after a long and careful perusal he decided iluu he could not conscientiously support the government. It is doubtful if such careful, thor- ough and intelligent scrutiny has been and News Department, i should have an able body and a cap Circulation and Job ble Mlnd .g of impoKatltv than Departments. Rates [that he should have a thousand dollars hvhen he lands in this country. With made of the affair us chanan, and all the iven by Mr. Bu time his preju- Daily, one year, delivered j these, economists estimate that lie is Daily, six mouths, delivered nvo thousand dollars io the inv Dallv, one year, by a charge and a burden on the Daily, six months, by j country. The ideal .immigrant is the Daily, three months, by mail of mimJ aml and with must be given, WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight dices, his interests and everything else were'very juuch in the direction of the government. Yet lust week he came out and voted direc: want of con t'ideuce in the government. This is just another bit of evidence lhat this contract which is causing so much discussion is most objection able and should not be tolerated b> iThis is the class that the department tthe people of the province. Mr. Ihi Us endeavoring to secure and it is also 'endeavoring to keep out others who pages, and contains a summary of the j may be a moral or financial charge world's news of the week, local the community, foreign. One year, .in' Six nu'att.'a, in advance .........75c Three months, in chanan had nothing -to gain, personal ly, by leaving the government, and he had much to lose. It was a ;cas of right and wrong, and his eours was very much right. OUR POINT OF VIEW good that men do lives after The them, invest in a monument 'to your- self by investing in -he Y.M.C.A. THE DAiLY HERAl D 1-3 one sale at the following places: Cross Hritg and IJopk Store, J. G. Robertsoti Co., J. J. Don't say that you did not give to Johnston. [the Y.M.C.A. because you were not Co.. K. W. Ham !iisked The Herald hereby on behalf lof the committee and the young men The Alt Obscuring Hat I Calgary The Easier bonnets will be as lar; or larger than last .year's so mere i no use in mere man going to church i he is counting on seeing tlie preache the choir or the decorations. If lu: A Few Snaps V business ou Westminister, each. Corner lot, Rachel and ft. 011 Crabb St., 160 acres improved farm with well per acre. 100 acres I 1-2 miles from railway.station. per acre 040 acres near town, on crop payment plan. Also a lew choice tracts of fruit lauds for sale OIL rea- sonable terms, Call and get our monthly plan for buying improved Fruit Ranches. We have just re- ceived our first shipment MOBILES Ihe Standard Garage Co, PHONE 561 WOOD ST. MACLfOO AND IF IN AN CI All B.C ALT A of the J. Muchei. D. L. liros. Drug Hook Co. Fernie, B. K- Suddaby. Cranh'ook, B. Atchiseu. L. Eainecke. Grassy Tughar Hotrl Xews Stand. Diamond D'Hrc. Fernie, B. Deal. Also on all C. R. trains. lot the city invites everyone who hasic jnot already done so, to bring or send'. i in his contribution. I Juvenile Rivals (Lacombe N'o-v hurry and get into the Y.M.C.A. game. You really will be sorry if you miss the cliance you liave of getting Two new planks were put down in the railway platform at Red Deer early this month and real estate has i in ou the biggest thing that has ever i been pulled off in 'the city. THE CLOSE OF THE CAMPAIGN} a few hours remain before the greatest campaign ever carried j on in the city of Lethbridge "frtU been brought to a close, a great success, and the men who Have been devoting their Ciuie and! are deserving of all kinds oij the success rakeii a'jump in that burg. Red Deer will-certainly be the centre of railway i activity this season it" signs count for From all accounts Mayor Herchmei Trains stop regularly a: was a good mayor lor Fernie last yearUnat l'oint uow- and the city is fortunate to have him in that position again. It has been If rlie Legislature adjourns for [month or so, it will give time for the! ipoliiicai maiters to find their level. nave The Natural Inference There are many forms of swindling ranging from the gold-brick variety to If President Tafr decides to wage a t credit for the success war oa Canada there will surel} ihe bazar and per- tained. Many people, no doubt, have something-doing. The dose giver i haps the latter is not the least or tbeen Bussed in the canvass. oermany which brought them tc these. Such at least is the opinion of pi however, should remember that terms the portion handed out j the old gentleman who, having been MORNINGSIDE "The Addition that the City Demanded." PER LOT Down and a Month BRAYING Call up Phones: HAY AND GRAIN FOR SALE Ripley Bros. 13000 acre block of selected farm lands in the LeUibridge District. 2 choice improved half sec farms in Albion Ridge dis- 5 H3 trict. almost impossible to reach everybody to oul. Americuns Tno whole j beguiled to an affair, of this kind, ob- and also that.it is one persons dutj rests with them and they car i served-that no matter what the amounr, as much as it is another's to see thatjjjave eijjjer tiie benefits or otherwise j of money tendered in payment of an the fund grows as rapidly as possible. Of their own actions in that regard. i article, it was taken for granted that If a person feels an interest in the; i no change was'to be returned.- 'M. C. A., and thinks that theyj The House of Lords and the Alberta Passing ihe flower booth, he happen- ought to or would like to contribute (government are aciiug along the samejed to remark ou ihe beauty of the dis- something to the fund, it is his They buck 'the proposals of their i play, .and the pretty young person in itege, as well as his duty, to do as long as 'they dare and'charge immediately seized the oppor- vrithout availing for someone to calljtheu come through with the best grace jtunity of placing a bouquet of violets Ithey can. Sin his buttonhole. HE NO TAXES Several good buys in city property. See us about these H> 2f- Consult us about your fire ?H insurance, uheir productive value, it means inac killeti in an accident, n- s ;o show that their car, in which "i> E. C. Soli- ciior. Notary Public, etc; 1 and Soiitntrd Block: Money to Loan MEDICAL 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 ill maj have a friend stay. First floor Is for medicai cases. Terms moderate Telephone Miss G. A. Dainty graduate nurse of NichoIIs Hospital Peterboro. nnd three years expet ience in hospital work in New Yort is in charge. MRS. Nurse, ot New York Hospitai will give mas- sage treatment or take cases in nursing. 524 Smith street. HOTSON AND and Builaers, estimates freely giv-; en on all kinds of building. Office 219 Redpath street, phone 14S3. Get; our figures before letting contract. G9-26 i CHARLES and! i work, fiirmture re-; pairs and kinds of job work re; ceire prompt attention. Estimates; free. 'JOS Arthur street. 74-28 A. L. JOHNSTON, Secy B. GIBBON. Box 320. Meets Firsi and third Saturdays in K. of P. Ha IS at 8 o'clock. MORROW and Con- Visiting brethren are cordially invited, tractors: estimates given on air J. McBRIDE SHIVELY P classes of work. All work guaran- vp-.nTf 0 teed. 717 Crabb Street Box 1957. S. i'hone 1118. MUSIC MR. J. W. Organist and Choirmaster of Christ church. Mac- Viaduct Lodge >'o. 53 i. Q. O. F Meets every Monday night In fellow's [tall at S o'clock- DR. cian. Hryan Block. Room 21. hours '.I-12: '2-5; 7-10. MRS. K. L. sional Nurse, 515 Giyn street; Phone 307. IT-U ieod, gives lessons in voice cultiya- visiting members cordially invited to lion, organ and pianoforte playing; to and theory. Lessons given in Leth- bridge commencing Monday, Feb. 7. 710 Courtiand street. 55-26 ,v. CATHRO. attend. STEEVES, X.G. Box 1270. THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Store Acadia Block, Redpath St. Day and Night Phone 555 Night Bell Dispenser. Picture Framer. they were riding after nightfall, crash into a tree which had been delib- _ t-rately foiled so that it lay acros? road. A series of accidents have ocf'iirrffi in the suburbs recently, auto mobiles driving into logs and other placed in their path. The police have evidence indicating -hat accidents are planned by a peasant who sought at once to avenge the i death of a. child who had been kiilet1 by a machine and impress the govern- ment with the necessity of adopting stringent ordinances against fast inconsiderate driving. The pens ant has not been arrested yet. DOCTOR Before 9 a.m.; 2-3; 7-S. St. MANICURING, ETC- DR. A. StaHor BHck. Bompa? Crabb. Phone: Office 319; Resi- dence 1271. MISS VERONICA Block, Rrdpath St. Ladies' hair drcs sing and shampoo-Ing, facial and scalp massage, combings made up manicure for ladies and gentlemen i LethbnMge, Alta. DR. C. C. Surgeon Accoucher. Office, Alberta P.lock Residence, corner Glyn and Bom pas. Hours, 11-12; 2-4; 7-S.30. UNDERTAKING VIOLIN Frauk Rorke. Inquire A. L. Spurrier Piano Co.. 305 Crabb street, or Room 8, Bryan block. 67-2fi LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL OF MUSIC, DANCING, VOICE Madam Norman. Musical Directress and Pianist. 20 years experience with England's best dramatic com- st> D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., ist, Rye. Ear, Nose and Throat, Stafford Block. Lethbridge, Alta. Office hours: 9.30-12 2-5 p.m.; 7-8 p.m. Office Phone 341; Resi- dence 593. ADDISON up to daw undertakers ant1, in the city, black uud white cars. Office i next the HerrJd office. Phone I 6S2. Strict attention paid to all I cases. Pariors open day and night LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA, No. 293, Sens of England Benefit Society ,r. T -Meets in the Oddfellows' Hall pames. Miss L. Norman, teacher or-every first and third Wednesday o! ball room and stage dancing, inclnd- the month at 8 p.m For full oar ing Buck, Skirt. Hornpipe and step., f.icmars appiy Instruction to ladies or gentlemen, j F. T. Robins. A. J. Warren, 622 Crabb Street. SO-6 Sherlor.V Hrillrting. Hours ?-12, 1-5. 46S. j CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT DR. and Surg-JW. D. accountam eon: office Higlnbotham Block; j liQr.jrlations. general PCCOUII' Phone 338; Residence 410 Ernest j ing .and advice thereon. Acadia Street; Phone 318. i Lethbridge, Alta. CALEDONIAN HALL The Caledonian Hall is open to leti Dlrecto. lfor dances, parties, banquets, etc.1 Best floor in city, steam heated, kitch- en in connection, all modern conven- Post Office. Ford St. White anr Parties wishing to engage ap-', ;piy to J. H. Keitie, Western Plumoine SCo. PUBLIC T. Ka- kirt. Expert Stenographer and Typist Office, Post Office buocfc; Phono Lethbridge, Alberta. Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital 1500.000 Financial Fiscal Brokers for Royt! Collieries Ltd All Standard Stocks Handled KIAD ;