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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 Lfethbridge Daily Herald, Wednesday, March 23.1910. Daily Herald Eitablishtd December, 1907. Published by the Lethbridge Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful e.en- Ing at its office, Crabb St., Lethbridge Alberta, Canada, W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Director and'Editor PHONES and News Department. I Circulation and Jobj Departments. Subscript.on Rates Daily, one year, delivered ......HOO i Daily, six mouths, delivered i Daily, three months, delivered Daily, one mouth, delivered .....35c Daily, one year, by I Daily, six months, by Dally, three months, by mail.....S5c' Addresses changed as often as desir ed, but both new and old addresses must be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight pages, and contains a summitry of the world's news ot the week, local and foreign. One year, advance of the -fact that there are inauy Chil- dren in the- schools who' have not got even their conception of what it means to 'be a citizen of tills country and of the empire of 'which ir forms a ed States. And why should there, not. be'.' Trade war would be to Side monies, in advance Three months, in advance THE HERA1 D I'i one sale at tlie following i Let Cross Drug and Book No Assistance Needed As the train neared the city the col 'orcd porter approached the jovial-fac The old song that spring is coming ed saying, with a smile has passed into -history for spring "Shall Ah .brush yo' oiY, in Southern Alberta. 'he replied; "1 prefer to ge _____ j off in the usual manner." This is good weather for getting! Answering It A Boston woman, said Mr. -Bliss Carman at a dinner in New Yorkouce asked Lowell to 'write in her auto- graph album, and the poet, comply- ing, wrote the line. is so rare as a day in Calung at this woman's house a few days later. Low- ell idly turned 'the pages of the al- things ready around the place .make it beautiful this season. to Calgary -put Chief Smar-t of the tire department in charge of the or- t ganization -a general cleaning up day. it is about time Lethbridge was considering the matter seriously, the city council take it up to- at their meeting. Co.. J. J. Ham L. Store. .1. G. Robertson Johnston. Mr, Co.. R. W. ikon. Pi richer J. Mitchel. McCrc-a. Drug Hook Co. 'Ferhie' B K. Suddaby. B. Atchiaou. L. lleinecke. Hotel News Stand. Diamond D'Hrc. Fernie, B. Beal. Also oh all C. P. R- trains. i A liule 'bird was heard to warble i tiiat it thought it was about time to i ge. rue 'Horticultural Society in oper- acion. The'Easter season is 'the sea- i son of the resurrection. bum till he came to .his own auto- graph. Beneath ;it was written In a chiUlisli scrawl, "A Chinaman whiskers." A Soft Answer uMrs. do you like SNAPS 160 Acres one mile from Claresholm. worth of buildings. well per acre 30 x 76 feet on Charles Street, between Coutts and Cutbill The Standard Garage Co, asy terms Call up Phones: 1IAYANDGKAI ilie chicken soup. Mr. Newihord tills j Instead of hurling epithets at each] 'other in Budapest they threw ink-! chicken and books. That beats Ednion-j How do i ton. Books and inkwells can be dodg- j you--like t cer- i ged 'but word-sx are dafiereni. council decided to give 'the Board of Trade ihe grant they asked for, It will 'be a great convenience for tbe householders of the city to have BOARD OF TRADE GRANT i the twenty-four iliour electric -service After mature consideration cue city i in the residential district. It -will mean that -there will be lights in the cellar whenever wanted, that electric 500. -Their'action.-will be approved] irons can be used and that cooking every citizen wlio has any appre-j can be done by electricity. It will be 'ciation of Bhe work tihe 'Board of a source of revenue to the city that Trade Is doing. -To earn" oa the) will more than pay for foe expense wori that ,the: Board proposes to do j clsat -may be incurred in making .the w-lil be required, and it will change be well spent during the j -past year gave an exhibition of how j The A. R. 1. Company certainly to conduct a .publicity campaign, that, did the generous thing with the city has won the admiration ot the con-; i" not charging anything for .the pow- tinent. -TQiere is much work to be; er they supplied when Dhe city's pow- done tihis year. There the tens of j er plant was burned. If they had thousands of Americans coming to J 'been. like .many other corporations Canada-who only need-to have South--they would 'have take advantage of tnern Alberta presented to -their! the predicament the city was in and talnly very tender." ORANGE GRAND LODGE HOLDS ELECTION OF OFFICERS And Concludes Annual Next Meeting in Wetaskiwin view properly to Ibe persuaded to made them -pay dearly for whatever come to settle. Calgary. 'March annual meeting of the Provincial Grand Or- ange Lodge of Alberta was concluded Inursday night after a very success- ful and beneficial session. The 'ast item of business to -be transacted was the election of officers for -he n- year, which resulted as follow: Grand R. Niblock. Cod- eine Hat. Deputy Grand Chat n-in. Cochrane. Holden. Ponoka. Grand A. Edmonton. MORNINGSIDE "The Addition that the City Demanded." PER LOT Down and a Month Ripley Bros. NO INTEREST NO TAXES The Leth- accommodation they got. It is hard bridge district needs cliis class ofs'to imagine what would Have happen-! disty- settlers. They -are peculiarly fitted j 'here during those days had the! Grand toicome.here to live. in and develop the [company not come to city's aid so gen- Grand A..Nolan, Far-! V. Campbell, Tne provincial meeting will friend of the city and -willing to be neld in Wetaskiwin on Marca :5, do what it can in reason to help tliei city i .___________ From Other Sanctums country, it costs money to place the erotisly. Every citizen expected to advantages -before these people in I pay tor the assistance received. The j Forden, Leduc. such a way as to persuade them as to j-company >has shown again that it is the excellence of this country. j Then, .too, there is the tnatter ef securing industries. That is very im- portant and while Lethbridge is the size it is, in competition with larger places, it is no easy task. It willj mean the expenditure oi a good deal of money if tmudi is done along -these lines. It cannot be done :by -writing letters alone. The -men who n-ave capital and 'who will open up indus- trial enterprises mere must be gone after in a more businesslike manner and it costs money to do it- Three thousand Eive nundred dol- lars added to. .what will foe raised from membership fees will not give the Board any too -much money to do tjhe work it ought to do this year. Grand Director WILL SEARCH FOR GEORGE CALDWELL The Standard Securities Company OLIVER BLOCK Lethbridge WE HAVE FOR SALE 13000 acres selected fanr lands in Lethbridge district at ?ll per acre. Two improved farms of 320 ricres each near Carmangay; a bargain; easy terms. Two good business lots on Westminster Road, North Ward. each, terms Several choice residential lots in different- parts of the city. Fire Insurance. Money to Loan. I The Lethbridge I 1 I Land and Coal Co. I Bank of Commerce Building Not Ashamed of it Either (Tafter Explorer Who Tried to Cross North- ern Canada Is Missing Ottawa. iMarch 21. Dominion gov- eminent decided to send a searching Taber is one of the fastest towns otu ifor exPlorer on the Crows Nest branch of the C. P R. Taber is growing and as it grows larger it grows faster ARCHITECTS CONTRACTORS LEGAL Can This Be So? (Windsor ice-jam on the Thames who started from Hudson Bay to cross northern Canada in 190S, and has not __ since been heard of. Capt. Bart JOHNSTONE RITCHI Borne lett of Xewloudland has been employ- ltirs. ancj solicitors. Office, adjoin MEDICAL W Wbii ney Block. Late of Williams Broe Architects. Detroit. 5i. Room fe VVhitne? Block. JAS. A. Fvi AC Macdr.uald Block, Redpafo street Alta. SURVEYING J. F. HAMILTON, Land Surveyor, Irrigation and Hy- draulic Engineer. Rooms 5 and 6 Whitney Block. P. 0. Box 657. Phone 1042. has (broken and Chatham Minister of Province of the express purpose instilling into -the the children of the country tne of empire was taken hold of with en- thusiasm and day has boen very generally observed. The programmes prepared by the children and the ne- cessary explanations that had to be given in connection therewith have been no small .means of giving Clio i (T youth of the country a heuer idea of j ir the greatness of their privilege and j responsibility in being citizens of great British empire. The day proved its and shonid continue to -be generally observed the echoo's c! the country. In -the West it 13 a Tery important day because 1 BIO CROPS arc the result of using our HYDE Guaranteed Full Strength 35c a ib. TVKer price uj-r a r.roai quantity. THE RED CROSS DIUJG BOOK CO. Ssfe Satisfactory Drug Store Acadia Block; St. Day and Night Phone 555 Night Bel! Dispenser. Picture Framer. R. ANDREW SMITH, B.A.. L L Barrister, Solicitor, Public, etc. 4 Alberta Block, Rum-l Corinth. N. Y., March see- on a week of tbs paper strike in the mills of the International Pap- er Co., at this place began today with prospects of a settlement bright-1 e" 'than at any 'time since f.he strike began. According to President J. H. fMalin. of the paper workers' union. the paper .mills company has submit- ted to the leaders of the strikers an invitation to confer upon some of the E. C. Soli- citor. Notary Public, etc; 1 and 2 Soiubz.rd Block; Money to Loan. PRIVATE MATERNITY HOSPITAL. rooms are bright, warm and well ventilated. Good food, wash- ing done in hospital laundry. Pa- tients may hare visitors any time I duriisg the day or iE very iii maj j have a friend stay. First floor Is j for medical cases. Terms moderate Telephone 260. Miss G. A. Dainty. graduate nurse of Nicholls Hospital Peterboro, and three years exper j ience in hospital work in N7ew York i is in charge. j MRS. Nurse, of! T. K. McN El and Build-' t er. estimates .given on all kinds of buildings: nothing too small noth-! ing too large. Box 515; office 1260 Courtland street. i Icrii No. 137 HOTSON AND and Builders, estimates freely giv-1 en on all kinds of building. Office i 21D Redpatli street, phone 1483. Get: our figures before letting contract j 69-26 i Visiting brethren are cordially invited. J. McBRIDE SHIVELY, W.P. Meets First und third Saturdays fn K. of P. Hall at 8 o'clock. CHARLES and i work, furniture re-i pairs and all kinds of job work re-i ceive prompt attention. Estimates'. free. 908 Arthur street. 74-28; GUS. NEIDIG, W. S. MEDICAL Xew York Hospital will give 'mas-! MORROW and Con- sage treatment or take cases in nursing. 524 Smith street. Viaduct Lodge No. 53 I. O. O. F. alleged grievances of she employees, This Han was not endorsed by Che President Malin said, because strikers insist that all of the DR. clan. Bryan Blocfe. Room 21. Offlc- hours 9-12; 2-5: 7-10. MRS. K. L. sional Nurse, 515 Glyn street; Phone 307. 17-0! tractors; estimates given on all Meets every Monday night In Odd- classes of work. All work guaran- 1 fellow's Hall at 8 o'clock teed. 717 Crabb Street. Box 1957. Visiting members cordially Invited to Phone 1118. j attend. MUSIC A. CATHRO. R.S L. W. STEEVES, N.G. Box 1270. DOCTOR St. Before 9 a.m.; 2-3; 7-S. OR. A. McNALLY-Office Crabb. Phone: Office dence 1271. 19; Resi- MANICURING, ETC. MISS VERONICA Block, Redpath St. Ladies' hair dres and shampoo-ing, facial and i scalp massage, combings made up i manicure for ladies and gentlemen I Lethbridge, Alta. i MR. J. W. and Choirmaster of Christ church, Mac- leod, gives lessons In voice cnltiva-: tion, organ and pianoforte playing j and theory. Lessons given in Leth- i bridge commencing Monday, Feb. 7. i 710 Courtland street 55-25 grievances must be considered at a "conference. The unions have' secured attorneys who will oppose 'the injunction proceedings brought by the paper company. The strik- ers claim to have received assurance that in case paper is manufactured by strikers in Che companies' mill, the members of the International Typo- graphical Union and Allied Printine; will refuse to allow their mem to work upon 1 1 DR. C. C. Surgeon Accoucher. Office. Alberta Block Residence, corner Glyn and Ron) pas. Hours, H-12; 2-4; 7-8.30. CALEDONIAN MALL Tne uaieaonlan Hall is open to lot' r dances, parties, banquets. LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA, Ho. 293, Of Meets In Benefit D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., ist, Eye. 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. the Oddfellows' Hall _ ftc. i overy first and third Wednesdav of ADDISON np to date.; Best floor in city, steam heated, kitch- the month at 8 p.m. For full "par- undertakers and etiibalmers 5n the on in connection, all modern conven-; ticniars appiy city, biack und whito cars. Office' icnces. Parties wishing to engage an- P. T, Robins, next the Herald office. Phone; ply to J.'H. KeiMc. Western Plumbing; W. Presidor.r. Strict attention paid to all j Co. cases. Pariors open day and night ___ A. .1. Warren. Sec.. Pox 57. Cleveland despatch says many lum- ber carrying will be of business if tne maxium rate of duty be placed on Canadian lumber. TP.. GARNET T. g Tintp'Roynl rolU'fr'." of Dontal Sur cronx Torr.nto. Office 219 Sherlock Hours 9-12, 1-5. Phont- 463. DR. and Surg- eon; office Higinbotham Block; Phone 338; Residence 410 Ernest Street; Phone 318. T. S. Directo and Kmbalr..-r. Most up to datf oarlors In -jlty. Five iloors wosr of Post Office, f'ord St. White nnr Bl.xc.k .Cars. 561. PUBLIC T. Ea- kin. Export Stenographer and Typis; Office. Post Offico buock; 1038, Lethbridge. CONCRETE extent -----------------------------------------------ed for cemont sidewalks, basements CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT und othor concrete work. Art stone D. accountant slils lintels made to detail. Con- nouidstions. general crcte blocks anrt brick always on ing .and advice thereon. Acadia hand. H. J. G-oode, Concrete Factory. Lethbridge, Alta. :Smith St., Phone 1344. Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ud. Capital Financial Fiscal Brokers for" Royal Collierie? l.tn AH SlandArd Stocks HEAD ;