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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 2 Ifae Lethbridge Daily Herald, Wednesday, Mai'di Daily Herald Italy............................ i In regard to tin1 pre-Dreadnoughi I biiUloships launched since 18M, the position of Groat Britain utui Gornumy not to undertake to discuss a 'matter j thai they have not any Information about except what press dispatches. is contained in Ships Tonnage i 'iGreat Britain 40 Ettablished December, 1907. ,0 Published by the Letbbridgejlerald j Ag (0 ue from tlu >n of Alberta Canada. ithe estimates, the position Great W. A. BUCHANAN, [Britain. men; Germany. Managing Director and Editor _____________ PHONES QUR op VIEW and News_ Department. Chirke has decided that lie will give evidence before the coin NO LOSS. (Calgary Albertan.) And after all that has been said in favor of the boxing proposition it must be admitted that 'the city has lost nothing by being without the bouts for the last year, and would gain nothing by getting them In the to come. y j---------------- Circulation and Job Departments. Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered Daily, six months, delivered Daily, three months, delivered Daily, one niontb, delivered ----.35c j .Daily, one year, by mail.........53.y) collgostjon Or traffic that lu i y, six months, by mail {n _fhp fftll_ may lul .mission. It is ;i good tiling Lie did. Itj (would no: look well for him to re-1 Jim Hill is starting in early to ex- Side IK; -w Addresses changed as often as deair out matters along his linc-s. ed, but both new and old addresses] ______ must be given. j were eiplit cities in CnniMla WEEKLY had larger increases in tho amount Published every Wednesday in eight ;ot- penults during pages, and contains a summary ot" luall uai] Leilibvidge. And the major u'nt'M'ft Ol thiJ lOi'Ul SUU .j.y ol jhese ivatj practic'Vlly nothing i last February to nuikf tho i-ompimson in advance .........75c wjtn months, in advance........iOc THE HERAl D [Q lhe. Qf :there wm> one sale nt the following j h t d Ja bllild. L'ross Drug and Book j Co. J. Store. J. Robertson R it. and lhege wre all Ham 'from iwice w thirty times as large. iltem. Pincher J. Mitchel, U. L. j if Hon. W. S. Fielding L-UU trade off McCrea. i tju-, tariff on watchsprings for that on Bros, iwutlc he will have made a mighty and for 'That one of the best tuings tha: could happon lor this part of the country. A: Atcbison.'Tha L. Keineckp. Grassy Tugbai Hotel News Stand. Diamond D'Hrc. Fernie, B. Beal. Also on all C. P. R. trains. j The majority of people have very i little knowledge as 'to whether or not i there will be a strike in the building i trades, but there is a unanimous hope jthat there will not be any. The Downward Path. -It's certainly too with sigh enmity, said Miss Hemietu Stung, over the back fence to Mrs. Judge Tubman, "but according to all re-ports, it's what he said himself that started the Lester Piu-i ney goinjj to the dogs just as fast as he can! Why, lie owned up to Gilbert Pine, and Gil told ''Lias Tur- ner, and 'Lias told Amzi Susslons, and Amzi Sussous told it to one of the Bump Twins, and the Bump Twin told it >to .Mary Ella en- gaged to her, you know, so it per- fectly proper that he she toi- it to me; nhat when Lester was} up to the city last week he made a! practice of running around of nights; till ten or 'leven o'clock, and one i he stood right in front of a saloon; ;aw one of them giddy chorus j girls ride by iu automobile, and; she winked at wasn't anyj farther away from her either, than! from your front door to the gate! And all his folks are such nice people, Set. BARGAINS i 54 x 125 Burdett and McDuff And 48 x 77 Charles and Cutbill Have your AUTO WASHED and POLISHED Every day by us. We guarantee to make them clean and look like new. PHONE 664 WOOD 8T. A GOOD START The commission appointed to inves-j _____ ilgate the Alberta and Great Water-j The the winter wheat ivays Railway deal is making a ovev Uw district are most en'cour- start do get into every detail of the jaging and Southern Alberta from pres- transaction. By upboldkig -the con- pnt can i00k forward to p. tention of R. B. Bennett that he be al-igrp.u vegr lowed on behalf of the insurgent meni-j3 ______ bers of the legislature, to question the There ls to be a meeting of tho witnesses they showed the public that Horticultural Society to- 5is far as they able they were de-jjnorrow evening. The meeting is not termined to make the investigation to those who were members thorough. Mr. Bennett has every year but lis opeil to everybody son to get at the bottom of the is interested in making Lethoridge ter and by giving the right tu so, the comnjission tuis done much to satisfy the public as to the value of the investigation.. Whjvt about the civic clean-up day? {The time is getting short -to get p. While .the people of Alberta are niovemeut started. Once more aniious to know (the whole matter of jlet u be said that i: js a mighty gooi' iae transactions it cannot be said jmove am? oughl to be pU3hed along. it, but they would be better satisfied if it were shown that there was nothing worse J than bad business judgment. But they i want to know the full extent of it all.! From Other Sanctums Her Fears Quieted. "Of said che lady, to the druggist, "it may be perfectly harm- less, just as you say; 'but, then, you know there has 'been so much ex- posure of patent medicines and such goods, that dear interrupted the druggist. "I beg to assure you in the strongest terms that you need not apprehend "I know: but J.read in one maga- zine where lots of people had acquir- ed the drink and drug habits through using such remedies, "Impossible in this case.. Why you can see for yourself "Will you give me your word of hon- or that it contains no "I would swear it on a stack of answered the druggist. ''Then, I'll take it." And then the druggist wrapped up the porous plaster for her. where justice may possibly overtake the man who snores in a sleeping i car. AT LASTJ (Toronto -News.) A man in Germany has been arrest- Such blunders must not occur again Jed for sneezing. Hurrah! A place and :the best way to avoid them is -to show up the men who made them and thus place them where they will not have opportunity to make more sucl: blunders and also to know the fullness j of the mistake so that; other men will no.t fall into similar error. Only the most thorough 'investigation can ac- complish these purposes and the sun vo ew that -the commissioners made is en- Uome their Easter hats_ couraging. _____ ONE BLESSING. (Montreal Herald.) And tne tariff 'ho.stilities will be sus- penucd long enough 7 Armored cruisers Protected cruisers Unannored cruisers 2 2 Destroyers 3 Torpedo boats 6 Submarines 16 9 Of the ships under construction on April I next, one batftleship, an armor- ed and an unarmored cruiser, five pro- tected cruisers, .twenty destroyers and four sybmariiws art: to bp completed in the financial year, 1910- II. The following table shows the num- ber of Dreadnoughts that each of the great naval powers will have in com mission in the spring of 1912: Great Britain .....................20 1 France........................... 6 United States 8 Rassia........................... 4 Japan 6 Bnunl 3' Austria.......................... 4 S5JJLDJNG PERMITS The following have taken out build- ing permits: Thos. Cascaden. addition to kitchen, Hiverview, Thos. Cascaden. auto shed, River- view, 5150. L. Thompson, dwelling. Glyn St., W. 13. Robinson, dwelling, Peplow street, Lethbridge Sash and Door Company stable, Smith street, MORNINGSIDE "The Addition that the City Demanded." PER LOT Down and a Month LAWNS AND GARDENS ttf We take contracts for mak- ing linvns and gardens to beautify your homo a n d guarantee satisfaction. The Terrill Floral Co. Cor. Ashmead DuU'eriu Phone 577 NO INTEREST NO TAXES The Standard Securities Company OLIVER BLOCK Lethbridge WE HAVE FOR SALE 13000 acres selected farm in Lethbridge district at per acre. Two improved farms of 320 each near Carmangay; a bargain; easy terms. Two good business lots on Westminster Road, North Ward, each, terms. Several choice residential in different parts of the city. Pire Insurance. Money to Loan. The Lethbridge Land and Coal Co. Bank of Commerce Building SETTLERS RECORD The following have arrived with a car load of settlers effects: ARCHITECTS CONTRACTORS) _ t Architect. Whii ney Block. Late of Williams Broe. Architects. Detroit. Architect. Room t hHne? UNDULY BURDENED. Oscar Berg from Eaderlin X D (Toronto Telegram.) i to Warner. A further proof that troubles doj Earl W'arnock. W. G. and V. S. Warnock, all from Leon, Kan., jj[ Whitn V CALEDONIAN HALL for dances, parties, banquets, etci Best floor in city, steam heated kitch- en in connoction, all modern conven- iences. Parties wishing to engage ap-' Ply to 3, H. KeUie: Western JAS. A. Archittst Block, Redpath atrse Lethbrtdge. Alta. Co, not come singly is found in the state- ment that a chap in Ottawa received twenty-one, offers ol marriage In one day. AN AWFUL WARNING. (Edmonton Capital.) The comment of eastern papers on the Alberta political situation should be an awful warning to journalists Taylor, from Ometnee, N. D.T to Lethbridge. C. E. Coover, two cars from Stew- artsdale to Lethbridge. A. Rawlolski. from Camrose, to Coutts. JOHNSTGNE RITCHl arjd soliciters. Office, adjoin ing Union Bank, Lethbridge. L.M Jnhn-itone; J. Norman Ritchie. CONYBEARE, CHURCH 8t McAR THUR Barristers, Solicitors. Notaries Public and Commissioners. Conybeare Block, Lethbridge. SIMMONS arc willing to pay for each lot. also terms of pay- ment and if fchey wish or not to buy j buildings standing on some of those lots, the church excented. Applica- tions to be sent to the following ad- i dress: Corporation Episcopal C. R. de St. Albert. St. Albert, Alta (via Edmon- ton) care Rev. Father H. Leduc. or higher offers not neces- R. ANDREW SMITH, B.A.. L L Barrister, Solicitor, Public, I etc, 4 Alberta Block, R wn-J street, i Meets First and third Saturdtyg in K. ot P. Hall at t o'clock. _. Citing brethren are cordially inrltetf graduate nurse of NicnoHs Hospital CHARLES and' J' SHIVELY. i P t n n Jinrf f'TirAfk work, furniture re-1, PRIVATE MATERNITY HOSPITAL.! Courtland street, rooms are bright, warm and ...___________ well ventilated. Good tood, wash JHOTSON AND ing done in hospital laundry. Pa-) and Builaers, estimates freely giv- Uents may Hare visitors any time i en on ail kinds of building. Office' during the day or If very ill may 21D Redpath street, phone 1483. Get? have a friend stay. First floor It, our figures before letting contract i for medical cases. Terms moderate Telephone 269. Miss G. A. Dainty, i E. C. Soli-j cJtor, Notary Public, etc; 1 and Block; Money to Loan. IMRS, ence In hospital work in New Yorfc cnarge. MEDICAL K. L. GLASSPOOLE- sional Nurse. 515 Glyft Phone 307. DR. clan. Bryan Block. Room 21, hours 9-12; 2-6; 7-10. DOCTOR St. Before 9 a.m.; 2-3; DR. A. Suffers BBck. Residence, OOT. Crabb. Phone: Office 319; Resi- dence 1271. DR. C. C. Surgeon Accoucher. Office, Alberta Block Residence, corner Glyn and Bom pas. Hours, 11-12; 2-4; 7-8.30. sarily accented. D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., ist, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Stafford Block, LethbrWge, Alta. Office hours: 9.30-12 i-S p.m.; 7-S p.m. Office Phone 341; Resl- ueiiCtj 55S. OR. GARNET T. grad nat.e Royal College of Dental Sur grons. Toronto. Office 219 Sherlock Ruilding. Hours 9-12, 1-5. Phone 463. MANICURING, ETC. pairs and all kinds of job work re- ceive prompt attention. Estimates free. 908 Arthur street. 74-281 -Profes-; and Con-i 17-Oj tractors; estimates given on all classes of work. All work GUS- NEIDIG, W. S F' fn CWd' M1SS VERONICA J Block, Redpath St, Ladies' hair dres i CONCRETE execut i A. CATHRO. sing and shampooing, facial and ied cement sidewalks, basements; scalp massage, combings made up concrete -Art stone manicure for ladies and gentlemen and linte's to detaiL Con- Lethbridge, Alta. J Crete blocks and brick always on --------___________________________ H> J- Goode, Concrete Factory !523 Smitn St., Phone 134-L attend. N.G. Box 1270. UNDERTAKING SURVEYING .._.. _______ HAMILTON, ADOISON A up to date undertakers and euibaJmers in the city, black and white cars. Office next the Herald office, Phone 682. Strict attention paid to all cases. Pariors open day and nfgnt 1042. T. S. Director and Most op to datf iw- H- YOUNG, Land I Surveyor; mine surveyor; irrigation engineer. P. O. Block. Phone 511 LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA, No. 293, parlors in city. Five doors weit of Post Office. Ford SL White anri ruOfrc 5S1. drauJtc Engineer. Rooms and R t 'n the Hall P. O. Box SH jttcumrs appiy CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT W. D. acoonntanl liqcidations, general ncoonn" ing .and adrice thereon. Acadia Lethbridge. AlU. eon; office Phone 338; Residence 410 Braertj Street; Phone 318. i R. E. I Industrial Spurs, Railways. Yard j i Water Supplies. Sewerage. i Irrigation Plans, Estimates, ere. etc 211 Sherlock Block. !----------------------------________________________________________i I MONET TO and Insur-1 Chmrtered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Fiscal Brokers v.-vwta VTM M.4JU Vj kin Expert Stenographer and Typist ply the Southern Albftrta Loan -ua for l.rtf ;