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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Dally HeroM T- -A by the Daily Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at its office. Round St., Lethbridge Alberta, Canada W. A. BUCHANAN, Managinf Di- and RaUt yaar, delivered Daily, tix months, delivered 8.00 Daily, three mouths, delivered Daily, one month, delivered ___ .36 Dafly, one year, by mail .......3.00 Daily, aix by mail Daily, iLree by mail.... .85 Weijxly Herald, one year .......1.60 Addresses changed ai often aa de- but both new and old address must be given. other dissatisfaction exiitt. He hao lost since the election. ItTHtHlOOt. AtTA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH is reported to five supporters caste. It ia becoming and more Whitla kidnapping case has caused an agitation throughout the United States for an increase of the penalty for this offence. It is said that the extreme penalty in Canada for kidnapping is seven years. This with the seriousness of the crime. Kidnapping which invariably carries with it a threat to murder .should have a penalty next in severity to murder itself. degraded. And not only MO, but the peoplo are having an increasing am- ount of contempt for ic and O.USDIC- ion of it.. Tho hostility oi the com- monwealth ajrainst the saloon is ba- coinittf more and more pronounced. The edict haw gone forth from the people, "The Saloon Must And no amount ot' moralizing by liquor or evasion of the law by whiskey in- terests can revoke that edict. "The saloon must And every jrood citizen is under obligation to do his utmost on every occasion and bv ev- j ery legitimate means to cast it out 1 -Epworth Herald. Side Uebts 1 If Tour Trouble comes from tht Kidneys, or from Kidney in the Blood. YES! And if you beeu ailing a long tUae don's your courage. It takes a little some constitutions longer thin others. But Doan's Kidney Piils will gradually drain the poisons out of your system; the pain in yonr hack will stop; thosedinwatin the urine will TACTICS CARDSTON. Cardstou, March farewell party jyiven to Myron Paytoa. held KEEP COOL 1 Put them to bed ear- j lier than usual, and then complain- There is a grave danger of-'Great Jed to their father about them. So Britain and the whole empire being h" UP and P1 ating their sentiments into the edi-! Courier, tonal columns. It is generally ad_ j mitted that the United States was j rushed into war vn'rh Spain j its saner judgment by the jingo press i and firebrand orators. To quote a! famous general who knew whereof j he spoke, "War is and no sec-! tion. of the people, no true. citizen! would -wish to see his nation in that unhappy condition. Great Britain is as well able to maintain her su- j premacy by the act of peace as she is by those of war. The best Both boys had been rude to their Asswmbly a success. Mr. Layton is leaving for the lOastem States in the near future Hft is one of Ine most promising in the locality and will started UD the stairway, and thev heard him coming. no tloubt do well as anussionan- (Contributed by the W.C.T.U.) "FOB A' THAT, AND A' THAT' (Kevised Version) Gie senseless i'oois their -beer and wine, Their cocktails and a' that: Iheir whiskey punch and rum sae fin Their brandy nobs and a' that. Thr custom's but a farce, for any nation to adopt is to be pre-1 Pure water frae the mountain rifl. pared for the thing it would avoid, j Js king o' drinks for a' that. Keeping the peace and accumulating ia national wealth which provides the sinews of necessary war is the best way of avoiding war that is bound to be disastrous no matter how success- ful may be the outcome. A level head, a fat exchequer and a prepar- edness for war are the best means of preserving peace. i bear the brunt o" a' that. For a' tnat. and a' that. Their spurious joys ami a' that. A happy wife and bairns, ye ken. ...Compare or a" that. GuM Templar folks are nae sae blate, They ken urtiilks best o' a' that: And sense-destroying, mocking drink They never force for a' that, j For a' that, and a'-that. tario is making a special effort to! Their cujnBinS wiles and a'that, have the school grounds in both ur- i JSjf1 BEAUTIFYING SCHOOL GROUNDS The Education Department or On- ban and rural school districts beau-, tified. For this purpose an excellent f illustrated pamphlet has been pared and the professor of horticul-j tore at the Ontario Agricultural Col- j lege, Guelpb, has been appointed to with the school boaroh and inspectors in forwarding the movement. This action is deserving! of hearty commendation and emulaJ tion. The beautification of school? i and of school grounds, is regarded as j one .of the most important methods' of implanting in the young a love for rural life as well as for order, in- Henrietta Belder, mother Henry EelUer died very j day She was an elderly ladv i in her 78th year. She came from j the State of Illinois about three years ago. The funeral services were held at the Presbyterian Church Sun day, the Jtev. 3Ir. Whiteman preach- in? the funeral sermon. Dr. Weeks has a company of land buyers in from the States who win stay lor some time here. Alreadv some members of the partv have pur- chased land. Roy Folsom is commencing to build there-wtU no rheumatic pains; you will freer and brighter, and when the liiatof the poisons hare goueyou will well. There U no way of getting the kidney poisons out of the system except through the kidneys, and no medicine so effec- tive ia taking them out as Doau's Kid- ney Kr. W. Perkins, South Miitland, N.S., writ :s I feel it my duty to let you know of the great cure I have obtained using Dean's Kidney Pills. For air months I could not obtain a stood night's rest, had to get up four or five times to i j urinate, and the urine was very thick and I commenced usiug Doan'a Large ship- ment of General Goods Placed in stock today and fit I am. very thankful to have found so speedy a core." Price 50 cents per box, 3 DOXM for at all dealers or mailed direct bj Tha T. Milfaurn Co., Limited, Toronto, Out. In ordering specify THE Bentley Co. Ltd.! t Phone imi Retail lETHBfiliiGE A Groat for -r t HOMESTEADERS 6 food work mares I Studebaber wagon with grain tank, new 1 singlt buggy with pole 2 sets double harness I set driving harnei .Must be sold. TERMS Apply for Particulars YOUNG Sale Stables Wood St. LETHBRIDGE MEDICAL DR. W. 0. QALBRAITH-Physicisn Surgeon, .Accoucher. 9 a.m., 2-3: 7.8 p.m. Qffice 914 Rod- ...path St. Phone 63. a fine residence near William Wolsev's on the south side of Creek 7----- V.ACCJV. Bennett of labor accompanied Custom's xvill take chanre four fellow townsmen is hera of the office April 1st. looking- over the land at the Coch- rune Ranch with a view of purchas- ing there. Martin Woolf, the newly appointed come free nane o' a' that. pre-Then lefc s pray that come it mav, it will for a' that, glorious time when men shall in righteousness and a' that. a' that, and a' that. It> coming yet for a' that. drink, the'curse o' men and banished be for a' McDu TWENTY CENTS A DAY FOR _, Ths following letter, written to dustry, and beauty. The pupils take a pride in the -work of their own hands if by careful, stimulation j to sell, direction it is made, anything like a success. Whatever vandal: spirit that may exist in some pupils is soon overcome by the overwhelming pub- lic opinion of the great majority. The work of beautifying school j 100 grounds is one worthy of the hearty co-operation of school boards, par- inspectors, teachers and pupils under: tKe- leadership of the depart, ment. Pennsyh-aiUA grocer, makes: dnteres reading, not only to men wfa but to men who have jrooc Dear been twenty cents a day fo jy, 1 J5nd, by saving it, I can from you during one year th oo 0{ ffranulated suffar. 29 Pounds corn starch. U5 Founds macaroni. 6 Pounds -Rrround pepper 1 Dozen scrubbing brushes Pounds soda, 20 Pounds roasted coffee. 25 Cans tomatoes O-t mackerel 50 Pounds best raisins. 1 Dozen packages herbs 40 Pounds, oatmeal, 20 Pounds rice, 1 Barrel MU NI Cl PAL COM MISSIONERS The exposures of mismanagement i of municipal affairs in Montreal, j Pittsburg and other large cities have j oauaed strong .movement in favor! 100 Pounds x T._ ig Pounda mincemeat. 1 Dozen 1.2 Bottles machine oil. 20 Pounds Oolong tea. 34 Cans jrreen peas, 20 Pounds dried apples 25 Pounds prunes 40 Pounds laundrv starch. .26 Pounds table salt. .government by, a small commission or by. a single official as 8eneral manager. It is proved the av. erage council is too large .sonie to be efficient. AJdermen have too; many, influences causing them to act to- the best interests of the city and' to their owir best judg- choseriwithout regard j 32 mi to; tfeair vbnsiness aualifications to j 100 Baw soap, be; directors corpora-' 2 chowcliow, tion, and as a result paper. 15 DAYS' SALE April 1st to I5th inclusive per cent, off all Carpets, Rugs and excksiye. and our the best Those who wish to select fine large Rugs for library draw mg-room or should, see ;OTIT. new onfall kind cofoTs and pnces. Come early and get TAPESTRY Tapestay with interwoven border floral designs of bright pleasing colors in effect, closet surface, good quality that will give sturdy wear; I 9 -1 Regular fl.O; 00 lor Regular for .00 .00 Regular for Regular for i.OO Brussels Squares, intenvoven-border, neat; trellis or affairs; of the are not managed in a businesslike way. Business cor- porations do not choose a large num- ber of. men to attend to every detail of management but: have -from one to three, who, held res. ponsible to a larger number. Where "government by a small cominission has been tried, from all, reports vit has proved beneacial, and uclortunately the record under the other system i? very much the reverse. OUR POINT OF VIEW Would. not Lethbridge look beauti- ful tf every front yard was a lawn and every backyard a garden Grass; trees, flowers, these three and each as great as the others in making Lethbridge a city beautiful. The season for the opening of hos- tilities between jthe owners of gar- dens and lawns and the owners of hens and dogs is nearly here. The. boulevards are going to look quite swt-11 when covered with rich growth of grass. They will look much better if the front yards beside them are made to correspond; There teen more building done' JnLethbridga during the three win- ter months of this year than is usual. IT done in an eastern town twice the during the whole year. 500 Envelopes, me year, my h better and buy .for m.y familv. GO longtime before the succeed in itself Haten is having his own oi it holding his own in New other day three in. tfated in Glou- behed in body and mm WARRA in the futore sell Postage Stamps and Post Cards which pays batter than closing, our premises before dinntrfw the rest of the day. We close to our pfttrons. See oar Easter Novel- the now fatnoui cheap of Fancy Goods effect? on f GooS EegvUar 00 Sale price Regular f Sale price price :Sale price WOOL SQUARES inlaid Regular per Sale Price 85c lity Linoleums in colors that will always look orient and cl to the back. Kegnlar per yd. Now Per Lineal Yard 2 yds. wide All Floor Oilcloth. Reduced CURTAINS at 20 per discount Remember the date, APRIL Irt ewljr bird the worn." Tbu i. RM] Worm, not an April Fool Come early and catch him. il STIRLING AND DISTRICT City' Business Sites, Farm Lands, .and Coal Lands HEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DOCTORS MEWBURN AND Hoursr-Before a.m., 7-8. OR. A; and rooi.-s Stafford Block. Office Houw-ll' 1.3, 7-8.30. Phone night and dtj DR. J. E. LOVERING-Phygician, Accoucher, Oddfellows' Block. 9 a.m., 11 to 1 3 to 5, 7 to 8. Phone, day aud night, 342. D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., C.M.-SpeciaJ- fst. Lye...Ear, Nose and Throat Stafford, Block, .Lethbridge, Alts. Office a.m.. 2-5 p.m. 7-S p.m. DENTISTRY I R. A. Davis SUrling Alta. toyal Collieries Coal HUGH TAYLOR, Agent will fill promptly. Weight and quality snar, aiiteed. A trial order solicited PHONE 287 DR. j. COURTICE Deutujt Graduate of Northwestern Universi .ty, Chicago, IU. Office hours-9-12, 1-5. Booms U and 12, Macdonald dock. UNDERTAKING Leadi -Under Phoiie -102: the city and -rewdence Parlors, open 01- R.ECTOR. AND nages and .equipment new .and up Onfn A hall Open day and night. Phone 369 P- 0. Box 493. MUSIC MADAM organ and voice ..produc- tion. Visits or receives pupils Coaching' for exams. Howard-House, Urabb .Street. SINGlNO-Harold K- .Cooper, con- certs, At etcT for termi i apply, Lethbridge, Alta. Coal, Ice and JiDRAYlNG i Western Transfer Co. XiOISTGr BROS. Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PH ONE: 63 ALBERT ELY-Pupii pf Dr. i ..Briggs, M.A., Ringing and j .Vpice.; Culture, Pupil :of Chas f -Hancock, Esq., L.R A.M. Organ and Theory; Voice 'culture! and theory; song con- certs, banquets, Ternn on bridge; Alta. Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers, for Royal Collieries Ltd AlJ Standard Stocks Handled HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, B C JOHANNES H. MACMlLLlAN-Pu. pil Carl. Swains, oi Bertia, Ger' many .High- Class .Scotch Inuaic specialty. Open for rentals, quets concerts, etc. For terms an. Ply cjo Hoyal Collieries, LethbridgV LEGAL L' M.. JOHNSTONE-Barrister W. C. SIMMONS-Advocate, .Barns ter, etc. ,Office: 'Southard Block CONYBEARE JONES-O. F. PJ 1 Conybeare, K.C.. D.C.L.; B. Mortoij Jones, B.C.L.- aqlidtozaf etc. Pffices: Conybeare" Block Lethbridge, Alberta. 5 r'-S' WACDOUGALL-Barris Sohcitor, Kotary. Boom 14 ford Blk. LETHBRIDGE XODut NO. C. B. P. O. E. SURVEYING 36 ts on the second and fourth Tuea- y of each montti at 8.15 p.m, A. SHARMAN, E. B. HAMILTON and Surveyors. Room 4, Whitoe! Block. ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTOR] F. 8. Room VQiitney Block. LODGE PRJDE OP No. 293, ALBERTA, {Sons of fnglani fenefit Society Meets in the Oddfedllows' Hall I every first and third Wednesday in the jnonth at 8 p.m. For full particulars apply jW. J. Wade, Frtd T. W. President. See.. Bor 67. JAS. A. MACDONALD-Architect Macdonald Block, Kedpath Streef Lethbridge Alta. H Calgary anl J Lethbridge. in Fireprodr ing, -sanitation, heating and venUl tion. Ernest "E. Carver, M.B.A.J M.R.A., A.AJ.C., Etc.! Maaag Eethbndge Office, Bryan Block, r ED.T.BROAO-Contractor and bull er. Estimates cheerfully given! Bl pairs'- and alterations executed the shortegt notice. Box 730. Let} bridge, Alta. and 1st 3rd in'Krpf P Hall at o'clock. FREp. ROONCY AND W. H. HOI and builders. furnished-free. alterations -promptly attended tl All-work guaranteed. Box 98, Let? bridge. brethren are cprdiallj inyifced, AfHCROFT, W.P [84-ly QU8 NEIOIQ, W.f. R: E; contractor, cations, Office Mcfoown'a ware., "Phone 308: CK A.W., G.R.A. Lethhridge Lodge Regular night, the third Thursday of month in the Masonic Hall, t, Q. Block, .8 p.m. Visiting brethren will aK ways receife hearty welcome. A. C. MesMr. W.M. 0: V., Storkey, Secretary; P. 0. Box H7. KOR liam Watts, and to PEACE METAL WEATHER wfll Jast a lifetime. sash. Absolutely excludes draf doet ana R. J, Thomptq P. 0. Box 35! Lethbridffe Camp Meets in the Oddtellowi Hall aiid fourth Wedneidty of month. Vititing rvelghbori Win aK yi welesoM. OO-ID- VMUn lanksr, W. A Cleft. N OEOROC SEATON-ConttMtor a! builder. free. and alttrationi l powry Citr Fort or-ltox 366, Oitj. Wo. tTIWd Poetoftoe Blot ;