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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOE TWO MONDAY, MARCH tt, Hit. Daily HeroU Feinted by Daily HeraM PrinUn? Co., every lawful evening at office. Bound St., Lethbndge. llberta, Canada W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Di- rtctor and Editor Subscription Daily, one year, delivered Daily, six months, delivered 2.00 Daily, three months, delivered i.w Daily, one month, delivered .35 Daily, one year, by mail .......3-w Daily, six months, by mail .....1.75 Daily, three by mail.....85 Weekly Herald, one year 1.60 Addresses changed as often de- sir-ed, but both new and old address must be given. ANNOUNCEMENT During the election campaign Mr. W. A. Buchanan will not be associaL ed with the editorial work of the Her- ald, which will be conducted by other members of the staff. THE CAMPAIGN The election campaign is over, and in both the city and district it has ben carried on quietly and good-na- turedly by all sides. The only dis- cordant note was the attempt of the News to throw some mud at the Lib- eral candidate. Mr. Ives had no public opportunity of repudiating the News' but would probably have clone so had opportunity arisen, having expressed in private his dis- pleasure at the action. All three in the city seemed confident of victory, although the last day or two signs pointed to an effort on. the part of the Conservatives to work the to beat Buchanan" policy by throwing all they could McNatv; way. Whether this is true or whether it worked, the result of the poll to- night alone will show. The campaign has not been so strenuous as to disturb business or to interfere with relations of any kind and in a few days "will be forgotten All three parties will still retain the kindly feelings- and relations with each other, and the prospects are that "party politics will not- be an issue among the citizens of Lethbridge un- til another election comes around. The electors of Lethbridge "have a right to congratulate themselves on the general way in which the cam- paign has been conducted. POST NO BILLS During the pasi. weeks the city elec.i trie light and power department has been making various improvements in, the distribution service equipment. Among others has been a fine outfit of ;new poles, which are good, big straight poles. 'Some citizens who "ha-ve a strange idea of the beauty of the city; have plastered these poles with dodgers, bills and notices of various sorts. Supt. Reid has had all these scraped off, and a notice put on each pole that no bills are to be pcsfc ed. It is hoped that people will ob- serve and obey the notice, possiblv avoiding trouble thereby. During the course of next few days the department wfll have strips of placed on the guy-wires- the poles." These wires as they are aio very dan- gerous; both to pedestrians and especially "in the dark or dusk. The department is to be commended for these improvements in the distribu- tion service equipment. IT'S UP Tp THEM Have you ever seen a dog go out looking for a fight, find rt to his de- then-run back to its own and bark defiance to the better dog? Or did you ever see a kid carry a chip on his shoulder, get a good licking thereby, and then "run home and tell how he licked the other fellow? The News looked for a quar- rel, got- licked, and then tells what it did. to the other fellow. The story the News tells of the meeting between Mr. Buchanan and Mr. Manwariiig after the former called the latter down, is very different from that of eye-witnesses. His'bluff about sub; mitting facts to the Trades and Labor Cotmcil is another joke, we presume. Both Mr, Buchanan and the HeralU have given Mr. Manwaring and the News :he lie in saying or suggesting that ihere is a fight between the Typo- graphical Union and the Herald, and in the article concerning a Chinese liberal Club. The Herald nor Mr. Buchanan never wished nor attempt- ed to deny that the Herald had a full grown man- working for "a week, tnd bb.th have, given all the facts of the case. They both deny absolutely" the other story. If Mr. Manwaring or the News object to be- ing called liars it is for either or both to; tiake action for libel, either against Mr. Buchanan, or the present editor bi the Herald, or the Herald paper, or all three. Until such "action is the Herald considers the mat- ter closed. OUR POINT OF VIEW Everybody lor Lethbridge, no mat- ter who is elected. A continuation and strengthening of the Lethbridge spirit is the thing The respite from the discussion of municipal'affairs is about over. Whether Dr. Rivers is elected or it will still be.Rutherford, Hirers and Ra1Fwaysr Rutherford at the head of a Government with a progressive, energetic policy of bridging and Imildiag rahweys. Buchanan has always boosted Leth bridge, and whether elected or not can be depended on to continue tbit SUN FIRE The Olftc. to the world FOUNDED A.fc, 1710 W-CENTEWA1T UNO HOME OFFICES LCMDON, ENGLAND Toronto. E. M. C. 8. BOWMAN, LETHBRIDQE. AGENT.___ ___ policy. Greater opportunity, how- evor. means jrreater boosting. The Xews know that there is a difference between reiteration of statements and the proving of them. The News has made no attempt to prove what the Herald denies. Tom! Are you in a hur- ry -Not very! What do you wautr you soinjr to be home on March "How are you to vote'? have not decided yet. How are Tom, ?'m a Conservative. "Is that the Government. "No. I am for the opposition." "Why. is that? c "Well, you see, I'm a Conserva- tive." "Well, Jack, my father was a feervative in Ontario." "That's sooci Tom. You'll vote risrht "Sure! 1 will, Jack. But tell me some of the had thmsrs about the ras- cals of .the government, so I can tell the other fellows I know." "Well well, there's well, there's (let me think) there's Well. to be honest with you Tom. there is nothinir bad about the fioviminent at all. But still, we- Tories must turn that rascal .Rutherford out, he is too trood for us, he won't sive us any ahow at all- We must some- thimr to kick about. Tom." "WeU. you- may depend cm me, I'll vote r'trht, "Be sure and mark your ballot Ives. "Why. I'm eroine to vote for Bu- chanan. "Oh I thought you said you would vote "So I will! .Right for Buchanan aud the eood government. you sai-d it was eood. So lone." Jack, talking to himself later. "Well. I must be a blessed blessed jackrabbit to let Tom fool me like that, -fiut to tell the truth. Tom is no fool. He is right after all. and I must be a blamed Jackass. Brit, still, 1 am a Conser- vative and I must. kick, even if I do hurt myself most." Then Jack started off to see Harry. I Royal Crown IRON SPRINGS Iron gprings. March J. D. Fuller visited iron Springs and vicin ity canvassing for ths forthcoming election. On Wednesday, the 17th March. Dr. Rivers addressed a meeting at the school house. A dance given by Mr. and Mrs. OE. Wednesday evening was well at. tended, some forty people beinjr ora- sent, and dancing was literally kept, up from nightfall till daylight. Mr. Afred Walton from Kocky Coulee! came down to attend the dance. j Mrs. Hunt is a little better b-i' mends slowly. Mr. and Mrs. Ay ere. from the Biic at Mr. Hill's on their way to Lethbridge. Mr. W. Hunt, also went to town and Mr. Georre Harding is in to have his eyes ex- amined. Mr. and Mrs. T. Nolan and Mr. D. McXabb went to a dunce at New- lands on the 17th. Messrs. W. and S. Nobele visited) Taber and returned on Tuesday. CAR OF AND Golden West On Track i The ftentley Co. Ltd, IK! ON We will be located in our new store in the Begin Block, between Bent. ley's and the Imperial Bank. We have just received a. fine new stock and with the increased accommoda- tion will be able to present to the public a splendid display of the best makes of Ladies', Children's, Men's Fine Shoes, and Workingrnen's Shoes Call and see us. Bargains while removing. F. German Between Sage's and Roy's News Of the District CARDSTON Cardston, March Filline Is opening a millinery store in the old stand of H. C. PWpps. She and a friend from Utah have recentlv been to Winnipeg and have selected a stock of. the newest styles in the mil- linery lines. James E. Hanson, of" Caldwell, pur chased the mill and other buildings formerly owned-by the Waterton, Oil. Land and power, Company. 3Ir. Hanson will prepare to make this fa- vorite spot ah up-to-date pleasure ra- sort this season. It- is understood that he also controls the boats now on the lakes. Any person can obtain fall information from Mr. Hanson bv addressing .a postal to him at Cald- well. The following are registered at the Cahoon: E. Kendall, W- Heslbp, Cal- gary; G. A. Ellis, Win. L. Mil. Winnipeg; Oliver C. Draker, Montreal John Roe, Edmonton; J. A. Ebaujjh. Matto, Montana; D. K, Book, Lon- don; J. B- Davies, Lethbridge; R. Coutty, Lethbridge; L. A. Little. V. V. Christie, V. S.. has made u. thorough inspection of the horses in this locality recently and finds that the animals are in fairly good shape. A few infected beasts were killed. The ice is clearing out of Lee's Creek today. This is a sure sign of the arrival of spring. BLAIRMORE March Bert Bansmere. left yesterday for their home at Liindbrek. During the last week they-have been visiting-at the .home of Mr. S. Ennis. The moving pictures, last night were wonderful. There wasn't anything that--could', have gone wrong that didn't. Mrs; Harry Higgins of Coleman is visiting her mother, Mrs, Goddard. Tom Appleby is very low with an attack Lof la grippe. Cadaver calling unto Cadaver (i.e., a dead one talking to the ecbo of a dead by-law) may result in a galvanic semblance to life BUT by request I intimate to the labor that I close my premises at a time to suit THEM, and somewhat earlier than the other stationers in the city. Eastor Kovel- ties are disappearing in short order. Tack's foods are tare sellers RAYMOND Raymond, March Ida Ca- nieron had a birthday party Wednes- day afternoon from four to seven. About fifteen 'guests were present. A dainty lunch was Miss Ida received many beautiful her little friends. Rev. Archibald gave an interestincj lecture Wednesday evening in tbaj Presbyterian Church. Stereopticon' views were shown. The Ladies Relief Society of the L. i D. S. church gave a dance Wednea-j day evening. It was well attended. Mr. Jones, and Mr. Clancy, of Bank of Montreal returned from Lethbridge.' j The Ragpickers' Child, will ba plav-1 ed again in Raymond. The proceeds will go to help the Mormon Mission-: aries. Many Raymond people intend to, attend the dance at Stirling toniffht. ...Bishop Van Orman of Taber was in! town the first of the week.. Mr. C- M. McCarthy has from Salt Lake'Citv. Utah, where be i has .passed the winter. Miss Edna Brewerton entertained a; number of guests last evening. Games j were played and a short programme, rendered. The programme was as Miss Maralda Allen: recitation, Mrs. Bacon; solo. Miss Olga Anderson; duet. Misses Do- rothy and Phyllis Young; solo, bv Miss Ella Gwen; solo by. Mr. Horace Welling; recitation, B; S. Young; Mr. KIDHEY DISEASE COMES ON QUIETLY. Porhaps no other organs work harder kidneys to preserve the general health at body auat people are troubled with wroa kind of Kidney Complaint, bat do not "inspect it. Itmiy hwehednin lysteaL for Borne tima. Thera may been hibkwshoi, swelling of the feat mid ankles, disturbances oE the uriaary organs, M brick dost deposit in the urine, EigUly oblored icahty or cloudy urine, bladder paina, fraqueht or atrpressed urina- tion, barumg sensation urinating, etc. oot any ol thase aymptonu, for, ifnejjlecced they will eVeatawly lead to Disjaae, Dropay DiabeteB. Oo theficst; of aaytk-'ng-w'wny'Doaii'i Kidaoy takeu. They go to the trouble, ttrangthen the and help Ihem to' filter tbe blood properly and flush off aU'the'imparriaerwhiclt cause kidney Miss Aikerthir CUtke; Stony Greek, Chit, "I inu troubled with kidney trouble for back weak, I hatt-Pieh terrible headsoliet, mad was sorettten I could not at night and tried eVarythinz without any benefit Meantime a friend try Doan's Kidney BO I got four boxes and they completely Beared me. I feel as well ai I erer'did would adyite ereryoae from Kidney Disease to try them." Prioe 50 cts. per" or J for IL25, all or The T. Milburn Cu., Limited, Toronto, Ont. orderinjc spwiTy I. B. Roberts and Mr. C. H. Brewer- ton gave short addresses. Refresh- meuts were served. Dr. Rivers returned today from Lethbridge. Raymond, March biff Liber- al meeting was held las4! nitfht in tbfi school house. Dr. was pres- ent and gave a report of his cam- paign. A very interesting meetinc was held. Rev. J. J. Cameron ffave a short address. The motion was made and seconded that Dr. Rivers would be accepted and that the Rav- niond voters would support Dr. Kiv- ers on Monday. The new opera house will be opened, in about two weeks. Mr. Geo. W. Green, manager, has ordered the seen ery. The opera house will be opened on the arrival of the scenery bv a local company who will put on "Ar- izona." "The Ragpicker's Child" was play- ed again last evening in the meeting House by Mr. Craven and his com- .pany. The proceeds are to go to help the Mormon missionaries. A new tailor shop is being opened by Mr. George Roth, three blocks north on Broadway- A surplus party was given on Miss Eva Chance's last evening. The ev- ening spent in plav- ing trames. Refreshments were serv- ed. The Raymond Young People's So- ciety held their social last evening at the home of one of their members- It was a private social, just for the members and a few of their friends. The evening was-plea- santly spent in playing games. A dainty lunch ..was served- Bishop Anderson; B. S. Young. T, W. Harris and J. O'Brien are in Ta- ber on business. Dr. Rivers and C. D. .Pox drove to Stirling this morning. Mr. Steed of Stirling is in town. A large crowd from Raymond at- tended the concert and dance last ev- ening. A good time was reported. Miss Blanch Collett went to Ma- grath yesterday to be present .at the reception. Mrs. Miller is giving it for her son and wile. Mr. and Mrs. Rbscoe Miller. ;Mr. H. S. Allen has beien hi Caril- ston for a few days ou buainess. Mr. H. S. Allen has been in Cardston for a few days on business. Miss Ella Owens has accepted a po- sition in the -office in the Raymond Mercantile. The Raymond people are glad .to see tHeT telephone line being rebuUti A number of men are here from bridgie rebuilding the line. A, C. C. Co. Justice McLean tried the case at Frank Police Bar- racks and sentenced him to six months in Macleod jail with hard labor. The Crow's Nest Pass Hardware Co. of Frank, are opening up a branch in the same line at New Mi- chel. Mr. Kribbs is now there sup- erintending the business. There is not much excitement in politics here it generally being con- ceded that John Angus McDonald. the Labor will head th'p poll oh Monday next over O'Brien the Socialist candidate, and .H. Lv- on the Conservative candidate. The Rev. Rev. E. H. Bott of Fish- burn, visited Frank today and wil hold service in both Coleman and Frank tomorrow. .At present the Pass is without an Anglican minister the vacancy having occurred since tho departure of Rev. Mr. Hepworth ab- out four weeks ago. Tomorrow