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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LKTHiftlDOt, ALIA., FRIDAY, MARCH 21, (Ml. n vw Duly HeroM Printed by iha Daily Herald Printing Co., Lid., every lawful evening at ito office, Round St.. Lethbridge. Alberta, Canada W. A. BUCHANAN, Managinf Di- rector and Editor Subtcriptlon Rates' Daily, one year, delivered Daily, six delivered 8.00 Daily, three nonths, delivered Daily, one month, delivered Daily, one year, by mail Daily, six months, by mail Daily, three by mail... 1.00 '.35 3.00 1.75 .86 Herald, one year 1.50 Addresses changed as often as de. aired, but both new and old address must be given. SUN FIRE The oldest lusurtiice Office In the world POUNDED A.ft. 1710 BLCCMTGNABY 1910 HOME OFFICE i LONDON, ENGLAND Branch. SUB Toronto. H. M. Blackburn, C- 8. BOWMAN, LETHBRIOQE, AGENT. 74 votes, which shows what happens to a ruan who doesn't change his politics in the middle of a Calgary Albertan. Side GREATER BRITAIN AND DEFENCE enihusiusm for a. Greater PLATFORM FAIiLLUUSXT In the Parliament that was elected in 18S2, 3Ir. Watson 01 Maruuette. now a member of the Senate, was the only .Liberal iroui the West who remained faithful to the Opposition. Mr. Watson was very anxious Bi'i- i to secure a. certain grant for his con- An tain navy seems -o be sweeping over j stituency and ho mado a personal ap- ihe colonies. Sew Zealand and Aus-1 to Sir Jotm Macdonald. trAlia, those dominions beyond j He said: Sir John, you seas, that are in the best position 10 do me. wm- anri _ j this ought not to bo made a partv realize the need of a British naw j question far superior to all have start .-d to put. their enthusiasm into tangi- ble form. The British governmp it has been offered and has accepted a gift of a Dread iiught from New Zealand and one is to b1 offered by Australia. John Bull is evidjatly in the humor to accept these of assistance and thus- to member that permanence in political as well as business life is only found ed on square dealing with the peo- ple. PRAISE FOR W. H. FAIRFIELD (Calgary Albcrtam} The people of Southern Alberta have not arisen to the occasion yet. and do not seem to realize the tri- umph secured when Alberta red. grown in AJberta, won the first prizo in the hard.winter wheat class at the recent Farming Con- gress in Cheyenne. ...And when the people of Southern, Alberta begin to understand this, then the people from other parts of Canada will beijin to understand it. But the millers of the world, who are in search of the best that. tractive there is in raw material, already un-' trade, derstand the meaning of the contest. with the .United States', tfa- der the Literal Government of Great Britain, more freedom has been al- lowed Canada in this respect than before. If a reciprocity troatv to be discussed ami arranged now, it likely that Canada would allowed to conduct all the neiro- tiations. subject only to the assist- ing and guiding hand of the British ambassador at Washington. Point. Number Two. There has been much talk for rnanv years about an Imperial army. in. which colonists would be represented, on equal terms. It has fallen, to tho lot of a member of the present As- quith government to work out a scheme for a General Staff which which meets the approval of the Aus- tralian and Canadian governments. This staff is the first step in an. Im- perial army which will consist of a number of 'distinct units orphanizeri. en a system which will jwrmit CO-OD eration in periods of "great neces- sity." This is Point Number Three. These should be sufficient to show that the Liberal Party as a whole'is not anti-Imperial. There are some its ranks who may be- It is a mistake, however, to believe that the Conservative party, with its at- Sir John put his hand coiiikiiijijiiy on Mr. Watson's shoulder and whis- pered: "You are right, Watson. There is too much party in this House. If everybody were as iree irom partv influences as you and I this would be a far more desirable place for aieu like us to come to." allow his sons beyond the ieas to j enter :iito full partnership or respon-} IVES PRAISES BUCHANAN In an interview with the Winnipeg Tribune. U'. C. ives is reported as platform of preferential comprises all the men who look forward to "Tho Greatest Em- sibility ?s veil as of privilege. The British navy is -m ebsol rte necessity because of the do- minions of the empire aad not so much because of the needs of central, k-i gdom. The countries of Greater Britain are rapidly bfcominp wealthy aai well able to help out th home in shouldering the respon- sibility of keeping the empire intact say "We cxyected to carry six seats out of the 30 contested yesterday in. Alberta, and apparently our strength i is nearly that. Though the house ihr-.- is larger than before, the opposition has apparently improved its position: {he staJldard of Amencan and in debating strength fn SoutherQ Albcrta. has made a great advance. Under i_______________ R. B. Bennett, as leader, 1 expect to see the opposition do good work in! the house, and make a record that! It is not too much to expect that ihis success which has been achieved j to a great extent through the efforts! of Mr. Fairfieid, of the Experimental farm at Lethbridge, will ultimately result in assisting in the very perceD tible movement towards the makincr of this as the great milling centre of the Canadian West. Perhaps the most striking feature of this triumph was the fact that the sample was taken at random from a bin. of bushels, which, had only passed through the fanning j mill once. The sample was not ore- I pared for competition, but was sentj 'in order that this part of Canada] might be represented. The yield of. field in which the sample was jrrown, was 54 bushels to the acre. j ...After this, .it must be conceded that: wheat is pire that Has Been." and safe frcm the inroads of any hos tile p-iwer. If ike various component parts of the empire take their respective shar- es in building up the empire's defence and their money at well as their sentiment in the project, there with the empire. inoeoiai ieu LIBtRAL IMPfcKIALISM (Canadian Courier) Too many people in this country [believe that the Liberal Party ofj TO THE PUBLIC We have bought out the Star Transfer Co Draying outfit, and are prepared to execute all orders for DRAYING promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered promptly. h on delivery. J.S. Phillips AAPatteson Phone 70 Office In Nelson Gow's Store A WRONG PERSPECTIVE Daily come despatches telling oi promising young men and older men of good repute being brought face to face with the inevitable result of wrong-doing. Everyone who reads of Fred A. Lee, or Banwell, or of de- faulting bank presidents or employees, cashiers, secretaries or such as Chief of Police Malone wonders why the men were such fools as to do as they did. It is not that the fallen men were evilly inclined but that their judgment was not true. They had an erroneous idea of their own abiL ity to evade the results thai they knew had been inevitable in every other case. There was, too, a. twist- ed moral sensibility, not criminally inclined, but not exactly true. There was not a correct conception of the relationship existing between a small trespass and the grosser "crime. Fore- sight is lacking. Had IMalone look- ed ahead to see what he was leading himself and his family to, he would have nesitated. before committing the first themt. If Lee had forseen what everyone else could see, a life in; prison and a. disgraced home, he would not have "fixed" the "bank's books the first time. "Men need a. true'moral perspective for without it they will" find themselves inevitably classed and associated with those of criminal intent. will command public CLOSE LV LETHBRIDGE W. C. Ives, the well-known Leth-j Great Britain are Little Englanders. bridge lawyer, who went down in the i it is not the business of any Canad-j fray yesterday as Conservative journalist, whether. Liberal. Con- didate in Lethbridge city, was the; servative or Independent, to defend speaker. Mr. Ives left Lethbridjrej or attack any party in the Homeland Sunday night for Ottawa, and is in. Nevertheless it is best that neither of, Winnipeg today en route. The ajrht. the British party positions should be will be Jess likelihood of any oi them j ia was a three-coruered} misunderstood by Caaadians seneral- entertaiiing any idea of severing the' j one, 'the labor men having .a candi- ly. This is the reason for" the ores- date in. D. McNabb. The result "reflection." that W..A. Buehiuuui, Liberal, won! When the Imperial postage on. Bri- out by 63 majority over Mr. Ives.; tish periodicals mailed to the colon- Mr. Ives speaks warmly of his suc-iios was first attacked as being too cessful opponent, averring thut Mr. I high, the protests were made to a Buchanan will make a good rcpresen-1 Conservative government. The change tative. Lechbridge district went Coal Irom eight cents to two cents a servative, electing McLean, and Mr. j pound was not introduced until a Ives believes that Macleod will also Liberal government came into power be found in the opposition column i in London. Point Number One. when full returns are in. i There has been much talk af givinc SOME DISAPPOINTMENTS f the colonies power to negotiate their; There were some disappointments I foreign treaties direct. It has lone- for the opposition, the visitor stated been felt that Canada would feel" among them being the return of Mr. she could negotiate her. own arrange- Finlay in Medicine Hat. his defeat-more contented within the Empire, if having been regarded as certain. could negotiate her own arrance-i Bennett has the ability and the -integrity demanded in a great said Mr. Ives, in conclusion, "though ho may lack the qualitv of personal magnetism, and his election is a boon to Large ship- ment of General Pry Goods Placed in stock today The Bentley Co. Ltd. Phone itiij Retail lETHBRIDGE ELECTRICITY The Modern Servant An electric motor run your washer or sewing machine. Electric irons dc beautiful work. And private telephones in your house save many steps. For sale by W. L McKenzie Co. Electricians Redpath'St. Letlibridge Quarter Section "9 miles from Town, 30 acres fall wheat, all good land, small cash- payment, balance crop payment. Standard Land Co. Ltd. Capital Surplus, (Offices Shepard Block.) Y. S. Shepard, Mfcnag3r. Agents Winnipeg Fire In- surance Co. PERSONAL INTEGRITY OF RUTHERFORD Responsible for Great Elections Victory in OUR POINT OF VIEW Make Xethbridge beautiful. Watch Lethbridge grow beautiful. Take a look at your backyard in daylight and act on your impulse. More snow, more wheat, be plenty. Let there j Have you ordered your peas yet? The carnival should be a. great- er success than ever this year. after the evident beneficial results last A fine fully matured lemon ia re- ported to have grown in Magrath. It is not the same lemon that wast .handed out id Levi Harker on elec- tion day by the electors of the Gar, den City. Castro may think he is a Napoleon returning from his Elba but he like his illustrious example may have his Waterloo awaiting him and St. Helena for his finish. II can now be expected that An- drew Carnegie wiU call Lord Strath- cona dow-n for giving a quarter oi a million to instil in the youth of Canada the principle and practice of self-defence. (Winnipeg Premier Rutherford's government has been endorsed at the polls by an overwhelming- majority. The person- ality of the head of the administra- tion played no unimportant part in. the campaign. Mr- Butherford. in personal integrity, has been described, as the Oliver 3Iowat of the West. He possesses many of the characteristics of the Ontario statesman. His ear has been to the ground and in-prose- cuting the lumber and-.beei combines he fell in line with public-opinion, not alone of the "farmers, -but 'the townspeople as well. Efforts along the line of railwav taxation were also in public opinion. 3Ir. Rutherford's railway policy is not of the advanced type, but with Saskatchewan and Manitoba to the and British, Columbia to the West, carrying out the policy of cre- dit-lending, and. an Opposition, that had. nothing- new to ofier, his course does not seem to have been met with serious disapproval- There new opposition faces in the New House. Mr- Bennett, from Calgary, is a brilliant speaker, quite an able critic, and will doubt-1 less carve out some definite policv for-the future. Meantime let us .hope that Premier Rutherford will insist more than ever upon .the strictest integrity in the conduct of public business, and re- 4-M- THE UNO COMPANY Solicits your patronage. We guarantee square every thne axe here to stay. If you have a House, Lot or Farm To sell give ut a listing. If you wish to buy call and see what we have. Room 3 Macdonald Blk. The Private Dining Rooms at the ALEXANDRA are now open, and are well patronized by the public Union All White Most ap to date .Restau- rant in the city. Lunches from lOc. up Meals from 25c. up N. H. MURRAY Prop, I :3- M M I Milk Cream Butter Eggs ALL FKESH _____JLHTj Delivered Daily OTLT Cleanliness and Purity Pfcone 347 P. 0, 80 FOR_SALE A Great Snap for HOMESTEADERS 6 good work marts I Studebaker wagon with grain tank, nearly 1 single buggy with pole 2 sots double harness I stt driving harnsi Must sold. TERMS Apply for Particulars RODCCRS4: YOUNG Sale Stables Wood St. LETHBRIDGE PROFESSIONAL CARDS STIRLING AND DISTRICT City Property, Business Sites, Farm Lands, ami Coal Lands -MEDICAL DR. W. f. QALBRAITH-PhyBiciao Accoucher. 9 a.m.. 2-3; 7.8 p.m. Office 914 Red- path St. Phone 53. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEANE Street. J a.m.. 2-3. 7-8. DR. A. and rooi s Stafford Block. Office 12. 1.3. 7-3.30. Phone night and day 277. DR. J. E. LOVERlNG-Physician. Surgeon, Accoucher, Blook. -9 a.m.. n to 1. 3 to 5, 7 to S. Phone, day and night; 342. D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., ist, Eyo, Ear, Nose and Throat. Stafford Block, Lethbridge. Alta. Office a.m., 2-fi p.m. 7.8 p.m. DENTISTRY R. A. Davis Stirling AlLa. Boyal Collieries Coal HUGH TAYLOR, Agent will fill orders promptly. Weight and quality guar- anteed. A trial order solicited PHONE 287 J Coal, Ice and DRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietore Office opposite Balmoral 63 PH O N OR. 0. j. COUnTICE Graduate of Northwestern Dniverei ty, Chicago, 111. Office 1-5. Rooms U and 12, Macdonald Block. UNDERTAKING ADDISON; Under- takers and Embalmers. The established business in the city Phone 102. Office and residence. 321 Crabb Si. Parlors open day and night. T. S FETTERLY-FUNERAL 01- RECTOR AND EMBALMER-Car- nages and equipment new and up to date. Parlors opposite fire half. Open day and night. Phone 369 P. 0. Box 493. MUSIC MADAM Pi- .aiiiste, orgaa ;.and produc- tion. Visits or receives preparatory or advanced. Coaching tor exams. Howard House, Uabb Street. K. Cooper, con- cert baritone. At liberty for con- certs, At Homes, etc. For apply, Lethbridge, Alta. MR. ALBERT of Or. Briggs, M.A., Song Singing and Voice .Culture. Pupil of Hancock, J.R.C.6., Organ and Theory. Voice culture, pipe organ, piano, harmony knd theory, song singing. Open for con- certs, banquets, recitals, etc. on application. e Box 690, ,Leth- bridge, Alta. Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. '.r- Financial Agents.: Fiscal Agents Brokers., V for Roytl Collieries Ltd All Standard Stocks Handled HEAD OFFICE-VICTOR C. JOHANNES H. MACMILLlAN-Pu- pil of Henri Verbruggen, of Borne. Italy; Carl Simins, of Bedini many. High Class Scotch specialty. Open for recitals, guetSi concerts; etc. For ap. ply Royal LEGAL L. M. JOH and Solicitor. "Office adjoining Union Bank, Lethbridge. W. C. siMMONfr-Advocate. BarrU- ter, etc. Officer Southard., Block. tractor for the moving of buildings. Will work under contract or by the "Oface 1st north of A. Southard's residence. Messrs. Bogers and Campbell seem to-be having a hard time at Ottawa in their efforts to get material for political "capital out of the provincial subsidy question. Sir Wilfrid is, pre- pared to give them a square deal and that it, all the average Manitoban looki for. Toe. BUuJffer, of Didsbury, placed Don Hiebert under an avalanche of over 800 rotes, including a deposit, which what happens to a man ?whoi ehaifn hii politics in the mid- dh of. a JJ Olendenning put Homtfo under'a drift of Reply to ANXIOUS INQUIRER Yes, the Sporting Goods opened up yesterday in- clude Boxing handy in, a. and not the cheap kind. More peaceful, bnt equally good value is our line of Easter Novelties. is and Teck'i Ewter Cardi aie dttckn also. In the matter of closing, we study OUT patrons TKTOKHW HI to a Year Profit from only 10 acres LETN8RIDGE i.pUvit NO. C. B; P. O, E. on the second and fourth Tues- y of each mo'nth at S.ijs p.m. MlIEflT, BeqreUry CONYBEARE JQNES-C. Conybenre, B.C.L. Btirristers, .golicitort. etc; V OiEces; Blopk; Lethbridge, llberta. Solicitor, You have heard of the of B. C. Fruit Lands. How would you like to own ten acres in "the famous AITOT Lake where irrigation ia not required, and where the land yields a clear profit of from to on ten acres every year. Where vegetablfcs and iroall fruits produce in such abundance that the profits are almost beyond belief. Here's your chance, if you have a little ready money or can save a few YOU CAN HOLD 10 ACRES OF THE FINEST FRUIT LAND IN THIS FAMOUS DISTRICT. Present prices of to fltt per acre on easy terms, afford tboae in-.: terested in fmit growing sii unusu- al opportunity. TJiis is the most attractive fruit, district in the Kootenay District 'of British -Columbia. Nestled among the mountains on the shores of the beautiful Arrow Laker amid scenic beauty- unsurpassed, soil of; exceed- ing depth and richness. THE LAND OF PERFECT FRUIT No insect fruits pests; good market, good transportation, good climate and good water with roads to every; 10 acre tract with an inexhaustible mar- ket at your. door. THE ACREAGE IS LIMITED.THE OPPORTUNITY BOUNDLESS: A card brings; iree The land is being sold rapidly. Hundreds of inquiries are being and fortune the man who buys now.' LODGE HAM ILTON YOU Boom 4, ARCHITECTS ANDCONTRACTORS F. Room 8. Whitney :Block; ALBERTA, of England tenefit Socitt) Meets in the OddfedUo.ws' Hall every. ..first and third Wednesday iu. the month at .8 full particulars apply W. J. Fred T. W. President. See., Box 67. JIAS. A. MACDpNAtp-TArcbitect, Macdonald y Block, Redpath Street, V. M. Calgary and Lethbridge. Specialist m Fireprqbf- ;ing; sanitation; heating and renub- E; Carver, f LetKbridge Office; Bryan Block. Meets 1st and 5rd inK.ofP Hall M fc brethren are cordially Uiyited, a. ASHCROFTi W.P. 24-ly QUS Nf 11 DlQ, and build- er. Estimates cheerfully given. Be- j pairs and" alterations" executed at] the shortest 730" "tetk-j RODNEY AND W. Hi HOLT and builders. I mates furnuhed free, Bepain and alterations promptly attended to. All Vorlr guaranfeed. Boi 96, ,v- pow, ARROW LAKE ORCHARDS A.F. A.M., O.R.A. Lethbridfe lodge (39) Refulir meeting nifht, the third Thurtday of month in the Masonic Hall, P. p. Block, at 8 p.m. Vigitinf brethren will aj. ways 1. C. 0. V. Storkey, 8ecreUry. P- 6. SIT. R. Electrical and contractor. .Lighting er installations; Plans aod cations. Office McKeown's Hard] ware. Phone 308. BEST WORKr-Acply io liam Watts, builder and London Road. 15 yean Estimates free. LETHBRIDGE M. FRIIMAN, ALBERTA PEACE METAL WEATHER STRII will last a lifetime. Saret aton. flash. 'Absolutely eicludea duet and smoke. R. J. TLomi P. 0. Box Lethbridge No. l tfeeU in the OldWlowt Hall and fourth of tht month Vtottii wifhboTi wifl rt- rcceire a hearty OMA> cilfor, Q. W. Wbitint: Beaker. W 4. Dickiou; Clerk, H. uowwtt. QCOROt BEATON-Contracior builder. free, and alterations a porsry office City Bakery, Ford St. or Box 386, City. STENOGRAPHY I. 1AKIN, PU1LIO .i.ifwiM RAPHtR-Ottoe, Btock] Ttlepbons No. Ut. ;