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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 2 Ihe Lethbridge Daily Herald, Thursday, March :U, 1910. Daily Herald Established December, 1907. of the that you should get rid or these plural qualifications which at present adulterate the popular ver- dict. "1 figures have been care- fully ithere are no less than seventy-eight county divi- sions which were contested at the re- Published by the Lethbridge Herald cent electiou whioh are now ,ield bv Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful e.en- Ing at its office, Crabb St., Lethbridge Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Director and Editor PHONES aud News Department. Circulation and Job Departments, Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered ......l-i.OO Daily, six months, delivered ...52.00 Conservative in England, one in Wales, 'three in Scot- laud, five in the owner ship vote exceeds in number'the actual Conservative majority tried, with the aid of my right hon, friend and colleague on my right to get rid of that state of things in the last Parliament. We carried a Bill which would have had the effect of getting rid of it by an overwhelming the city should have a general clean-1 up In case there may bi> some! who do not know where the Herald! stands on the matter, it would remark that it believes that 'it is a mighty good thing and further, that soon- er it is put in operation the better ii wili he. Daily, three months, delivered 'majority through ihe House of Com- Dajjy, one month, delivered Daily one year, bv mail 3oc j Paddy Nolan surmised R. B. Bennoti had something up his sleeve and called upon the latter to disgorge. The latter did so to the extent oi say- ing that he had been approached in an effort to call him off the attack on the A. G, arid suggest- ed that that was only a three-spot compared with the aces he sti'i had. Old King Menelik was tin- one sov- ereign in Africa who undertook to Daily! six j-wmptuousJy and after very scam con- show a Kuropoan nation wr.oro u three mouths, by mail.....S5c jsSderatlou upon Us second reading in off :u and managed to make k Addresses changed as ofteu as desir j another place. An instalment of refjruJ V.'hen lie not after the '.hen? ed, but both new aud old addresses tm? Jiud {l very lmponallt was else for it, s must be given. i. WEEKLY instalment for many other reasons, luui to get OIK and stay out. REMEMBER THE DATE Saturday, April 9th The First Excursion of this spring to the BEAUTIFUL ORCHARD LANDS on the Picturesque Arrow Lakes, Southern British Columbia. For full information apply at once to j.too, would be, as 1 urn increasingly t 1 couuziced, that we should hold ,1 e.-ir pages, contains a suiiuuarv m j i Preiuier AMiuiili to c world's news oi the- wei'k. local and :our Parliamentary elections as near as ia his minti in a way, dv. 5. may be on the same day." wlm -s going ,0 lo q-110 r'.onV'ji" 75ci The Liberal party of Canada, fought j HOUSO oi Lords when he z; suterj I'nreo'wou'tiis, in under that sauio handicap j them. only thing for him to do THE DA1LV HERAl D jfor many The Conservative, in! now is to arrange some minor details, one sale at ihe following Canada us in Great Britain, was the; Kx-dopuiy Wo---'- nude a very Kite exphui.ition Cross Drug and composed of ihe wealthy class. Store, J. G. Robertson Co., J. J. ;The Jaw allowed a man to vote wher- Johnston. '.ever he had property if he could get Co.. R. W. Ham I there. In Canada, of course, a man's ilton. I powers in this respect were somewhat Pincher J. Mitchel, D. as ull the elections were held MACLfOO AND GRAHAM B.C TO McCiva. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie, B. Jv Suddaby. B. Atchteon. 'four or five constituencies in that lirn- 0. L. Heinecke. Stand. ton UK' one day and a man did very, jwell in those days when automobiles; ;wero unknown, to get to more a very nice explanation 01 the snipping of tho files and as.-uuvd tiie L-ov.ri that, was all there '.vns oi the mutter. H. 13. ilc-nneir diJ not seem inclined to acepi his exp1-'nation linal. Whether the court will or not re- mains to he soon. Diamond D'Hrc. Fernie, B. Seal. Also on ali C. P. R- trains. UNCALLED-FOR CRITICISM The locai Conservative leader at the meetng of the party on Tuesday night made a most uncalled-for criticism of Chief Justice Sifton when he under- took to criticise lam for leaving the bench to enter politics. There has been no occasion for the remarks made It is true that 'the possibility of such an time. Bui even at that ia very considerable difference in close 'constituencies. Buc in Britain in tiie j j last election the situation was jii'icli i worse. The places of voting are j-rogether. Means of travel are much better, the automobile being a very general means of travelling. And [worse than all the elections extend 1 ever From Other Sanctums action on the part 01 Judge Suton has t .T win, the chances are that the Liberals been spoken of im ithe pr-ess and on the would have won irorn sixtv to seventv street, bu-t up to date the gectlemaii NULLI SECUNDAc j (Calgary Albertan.) According to authorities young lad- ties are greatly in the minority in this I country, aud there is great need oi jrheir presence in this country to make jliie more agreeable. Every person ad- One of the first things the Liberal j that though somewhat lackjns in party of Canada did after coming into quantity, that as for quality we have office in 1S96 was to pass a bill best on the iace of the earth. ishing this privilege and adopting the! "one man, one system. If that] system had been in operation in Bri ,hree has not given any indication that he will consider such a. proposition. What he has in his own mind so far he has kept to himself. The press reports have never said there was a prob- ability of his resigning to enter poli- tics but have been rather 'to the con- trary. It is therefore somewhat out or even more seats than ituey did and would have therefore increased their by doublj that number. Vi-.-y would have had a majority of consider- ably over a hundred without the Irish I vote or the Labor support. As soon as Premier Asquith settles Ithe veto power of the House of Lords, _ -t. f (ibis state of affairs will be oi pCace to criticise a man for what I md !-'.ie two parties wilt contest ihe JEALOUSY (.Montreal Herald.) A chap in Ottawa received twenty- one offers of marriage in one day, probably from sympathetic women who proposed -to offer him a home in some town where a white man would care to live. he has not done and what so far as, (next elections on a more equal foot- vesterdav mornin anyone knows he does not !mtend to do. And ieven WHERE WE FEEL IT (Winnipeg Tribune.) Kinks in the neck are reminders that Easter bonnets were in evidence ing. if u were 'true there i would be no occasion for criticism. If j by so doing Mr. Sifton could unite the predominating party of ihe province which now is very much divided, he would be rendering just as efficient service to the province as if he stayed on the bench. By this means he would be saving the province from a i period of political 'turmoil that is bound to be very detrimental to its welfare and progress. Even the most ardent Conservative in Alberta must admit that the party is too weak to hope to carry on a government against the two factions of the Liberal party even though in an election they might outnumber each faction separately. If Judge Sifton would leave his present position and take the leadership of the Liberal party, thus uniting it, he would be rendering the province a ser- vice that would place bis action be- yond the criticism of any but tiie blind partizan. But Mr. Ives' criticism comes with very bad grace for a third reason. Ev- en, if the chief justice were to take the action for purely party purposes, which he would not do, and which no one would say he did, if he should re- sign, there is an abundance of prece-l dents to his action. Every student of Canadian history knows the action of Sir Oliver Mowat and others who have done this very thing with credit to 'themselves and proHt to the coun- try. But memory does not need to go any farther back than the last general election, when two prominent mem- bers of Mr. Ives' party did the very same thing. At tne behest of the party two judges of the Supreme Court of the province of Quebec resigned their judgeships and entered the political arena. Judge Drberty to become ihe Conservative candidate in Montreal, and who is now a member of the House, and Judge Lacoste, who resign- ed, not to serve the people as a rep- resentative, but to become a party or- ganizer for tne Conservative party. These, of course, would not. excuse an- other doing the same thing, if it is wrong, but it should make men some-! what careful as to the way they criti-i cise others, especially when the critic is one who so strongly expressed his abhorrence for the independent in politics. He should stay by his party and its own deeds more steadfastly. OUR FOfNT OF VIEW j If you are at all interested in mak- j The ing Lerhbridge beaiu.-ul. come around j dead in Montreal. DOUBLY DYING (Saskatoon Capital) navy question is said to be Hope it will soon the meeting of the Horticultural So- j be buried tnere and ax Ottawa, ciety -this evening. If a real live soci- ety is got going it will do a whole lot to make Lethbridge what it ought to be and can be. Every 'time a gas well is struck in this district the hopes of Lethbridge citizens go up ahout ten per cent, higher. With Bow Island to the east. Cleverville to the north and now War- ner TO the south all boasting of gas of some size or other, it begins to look as if Lethbridge was just about in the centre. The Pincher Creek Conservatives passed a vote of confidence in their leader, Mr. Borden, but the report says nothing of a similar vote for their local member, Mr. Herron. As that gentleman and his leader have not seen eye to eye lately, especially on the navy question, where does the lat- ter imagine he is getting off? One day some one suggested that RNING "The Addition that the City Demanded." PER LOT Down and a Month We are agents for CADILLAC 'Thirty' AUTOMOBILE Ilie Standard Garage Co, PHONE 564 WOOD ST. LAWNS AND GARDENS W We take contracts for mak- ing lawns and gardens to beautify your home a n d guarantee satisfaction. The Terrill Floral Co. Cor. Ashmeyd DulVo Phone 577 rii NO INTEREST NO TAXES The Standard Securities Company OLIVER BLOCK Lethbridge WE HAVE FOR SALE 13000 acres selected farm lands in Lethbridge district at per acre. Two improved farms of 320 each near Carhiangay a bargain; easy terms. Two good business lots on Westminster Road. North Ward, each, terms Several choice residential Iocs in different parts of the city. Pire Insurance. Money to Loan. The Lethbridge Land and Coal Co. Bank of Commerce Building (T [ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTORS Side L'ESPRIT DE L'AGE. "Johnny, what are you going to do xyjien ynii grow "I'm goin' ter run away and be a pirate." "Like Captain "Shucks, nawl I'm going ter play- wit' Age- Herald. TROUBLE AVERTED A Washington man, much given to long foot tours through Virginia; once came upon an unkempt and melancho- ly-looking person stretched under a tree, -who, upon the approach of the pedestrian immediately executed a "nurry touch" for a dime. Now 'the Washington man had, a short distance hack, been talking to a. prosperous farmer, who had complain- ed of the difficulty of obtaining labor; accordingly he said to the hobo as he handed him the coin: "About half a mile down, my friend, there's a farmer looking jor men to help him in the fields." The melancnoly-looking person bow- jed as politely as possibly, considering his sitting posture, and replied: "Thanks. I might er strolled down way accidental like." LEGAL JOHNSTGNE R ITCH I ters and solicitors. Office, adjoin ing Union Bank, Lethbridge. L.ii JehtHtone; J. Norman Ritchie. CONYBEARE, CHURCH McAR THUR Barristers, Solicitors. Notaries Public and Commissioners. Conybeare Block. Lethbridge. SIMMONS Solicitors and Notaries. Money te loan. Offices In Canadian Bank of Commerce Bldg. W. C. S. J. Shepherd. H. A. J. MACDOUGALL-Barrister Solicitor, Notary. Room 14, SUtfloro Block. JOHN J. and Solicitor. Office, Rooms 2 and 3. Otf Block. MEDICAL DR. W. S. Surgeon, A.ccoucher. 9 a.m.; 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Office 914 Bed path St. Phone DR. J. E. Physi- cian and Surgeon. Electric and X- ray treatment Office Room IS Sherlock Building. Corner Redpatfr and Glyn. Hours: Till 9; n-i; 3-5; 7-9. Sundays: Till 10; 1-4; 8.30-9.30 Phone day and night 1242. R B. C. THOMSON, B.A., si-cian, surgeon accoucher. Office Douglas Block, Westminster Road. Residence 320 Wallwork St. Phone 476. NURSING Whit oey Block. Late of Williams Aichitfcots. Detroit. Room S Block. A. Block, Redpath street Lethbridge, Alia. ERNEST E- CARVER, M.B.A.A., M.R. A., A. A. I. Sherlock Block. Phone 1241. H. M. i W. A. Architects. 211 Sherlock Block Leth- brnige. Phone 1-138. R. E. engineer- ing. 211 Sherlock Block. Phone 426. WILLIAM and Con- tractor. Estimates free. Repairs and CALEDONIAN MALL The Caledonian Hall is open to let for dances, parties, banquets, etc Best floor in city, steam heated, kitch- en in connection, all modern conven- iences. Parties wishing to engage ap- ply to J. H. Keilie. Western Plumbing THE CONSERVATORY AUDITOR- Ashmead and Bompaa streets, the largest Dai] in the city, Is now open for use Tor At Homes, Dances, Concerts, Entertainments, etc. For terms, etc., apply on the premises. 28-0 LETHBRIDQE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Caledonian Hall. Glyn Rt. Club optn evening 7.JO to 10 M, Sunday ezoepted. AH Scotsmen welcome. Alterations. Office Room 5, Bryan j A- L. .7OHN8TON. Block. Phone 426. P. 0. Box 512. J- B- GIBBON. T. K. and Build- er, estimates given on all kinds of buildings; nothing too small noth- ing too large. Box 515; office 1260 Courtland streec. PR5VATE MATERNITY HOSPITAL., rooms are bright, warm and j________________________________ well ventilated. Good food, wash-iHOTSON AND POAPST DUN SALE OF LOTS PLURAL VOTING Some people who have been sur- prised and perhaps elated or disap- pointed at the success of the Unionist party in Great Britain will find some explanation as to the reason why, in the remarks Prenfler Asqurth made recently of the course of a speech ID Oxford. Speaking of some of the les- sons the Liberals had learned from the election, the premier "One more lesson we may also take home from the experience of tne latr election, and that 3s how vtui it has become, in the interests of and acting in representAtioTi ot the tnie A FEW MORE CENTS FOR BETTER SCENTS will prove your good sense. Don't bother with toilet wa- ters, Cologne, or extracts of unknown character. Buy the hest nnd risk no disappoint- ment or criticism. DAINTY PERFUMES OF DELICATE ODORS are a specialty of this pharm- acy. Visit our toilet goods department and see how com- it is. THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Store Acadia Block, Redpath St. Day and Night Phone 655 Night Bell Dispenser. Picture Framer. Solicitors and Notaries, loan. Southard Block. R. ANDREW SMITH, B.A.. L L j Barrister, Solicitor, Public, etc. 4 Alberta Block, R >un.l street. E. C. Soli- ciror. Notary Public, etc; l and 2 Block; Money to Loan. It has been decided by the R. C. Church authorities to vacate lots 1 to 6 and 17 to 22 "in Block 9 on which stand the R. C. Church and presby-j tery in the City of Lethbridge, and rebuild some two blocks south. The present location is considered by them to be much too near the C. P. R. sta- ijtlon and more suitable and valuable Tor commercial than for church pur- poses, therefore this property will be put on the market as per advertise- ment. Just by the C. P. R. Station Applications for purchase of lots 1 to 6 and 17 to 22, Block in the City of -Lethbridse, just by the C. P. R. station, will be received till the 1st day of June, 1910, by the R. C. Church authorities. Applicants are requested to state the price they are willing to pay Tor each lot, also terins of pay- ment and If they wish or not to buy buildings standing on some of those lots, the church excelled. Applica- tions to be sent to the folio-wing ad- dress: Corporation Episcopal C. R. de St. Albert, St. Albert, Alta (via Edmon- ton) care Rev. Father H. Leduc. Lower or higher offers not neces- sarily accepted. MEDICAU ing done In hospital laundry. tlents may hare visitors any time during the day or if very ill may have a friend stay. First floor le for medical cases. Terms moderate Telephone 269. Miss G. A. Dainty, graduate nurse of Nicholls Hospital Peterboro, and three years exper- ience Jn hospital work in New York is In charge. MRS. K. L. sional Nurse, 515 Glyn street; Phone 307. 17-0 DR. phytl clan. Bryan Block, Room 21. hours 9-12; 2-5; 7-10. MANICURING, ETC. and Builders, estimates freely giv- en on all kinds of building. Office 21S Redpath street, phone 1483. Get our figures before letting contract 69-26 Box 320. CHARLES and work, furniture re- pairs and all kinds of job work re- ceive prompt attention. Estimates free. 308 Arthur street. 74-28 fterie lo. U7 Meets First and third Saturdays in K. of P. Flail at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. J. McBRIDE SHIVELY, W.P, GUS. NEIDIG, W. S. MORROW and Con- tractors; estimates given on all classes of work. All work guaran- teed. 717 Crmbb Phone 11 IS. Box MISS VERONICA Before 9 a.m.; OR. A. SUflorc Block. COT. Bompae Crabb. Phone: Office 319; Resi- dence 1271. manicure for ladies and Lethbridge, Alta, Block, Redpath St. Ladies' hair dres- CONCRETE excciit ed for cement sidewalks, basements and other concrete work. Art stone sills and lintels made to detail. Con- crete bloclvs and brick always on hand. H. J. Goode. Concrete Factory, 523 Sraitft St., Phone J344. Viaduct Lodge No. 53 I. 0. 0. F. Meets every Monday night In Odd- fellow's Hall at 3 o'clock, visiting members cordially invited to A. CATHRO. R.s attend. L. W. STEEVES, N.G. Box 1270. UNDERTAKING DR. C. C. Surgeon. Accouchor. Office, Alberta Block Residence, corner Glyn and Bom pas. Hours, 11-12; 2-4; 7-8.30. SURVEYING ADDJSON A. up to date i undertakers an4 embalmers In the j________________ ......._____________ city, black and white cars. Office JJ. F. HAMILTON, next the new Herald office. Phone! Land Surveyor, Irrigation and Hy- 682. Strict attention paid to all j draullc Engineer. Rooms 5 and 6 D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., ist, Eye, Ear, Nose Stafford BlocK, Lethbridge, Office hours: 9.30-12 a.m.; 2-6 p.m.; 7-8 p.m. Office Phone 3-11; Resi- dence 593. cases. Pariors open day and night JWrectoi Whitney Block. P. 0. Box 657. Phone 1042. S. and Most np to datf YOUNG, parlors In dty. Five doors of Offios, Ford St White and Black Cars. Phone 561. Land Surveyor; mine surveyor; irrigation engineer. P. O. Block. Phone 511. DR. GARNET T. grad uate Royal College of Dental Sur- geons, Toronto. Office 219 Sberlocfc Building. Hours 9-12, 1-5- Phone 4S3. DR. Surg- eon; office HlginbotliAm Block; Phone 338; KeaWenee 410 Ernest Street; Phone 318. CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT W. D. liquidations, general acooun' Ing .and advice thereon. Acadia Block. Letfcbridge, PUBLIC I. Ea- kin. Export Stenographer and Typist Office, Post Office buock; Phone 103SS Alberta. industrial Spurs, Railways, Yard Layouts, Water Supplies, Sewerage, Irrigation Plans, Estimates, etc. etc. 211 Sherlock Block. MONEY TO Insur- ance on farm and city property. Ap- ply the Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co., 416 Dofferin street Bryan WocK 2J8-0 LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA, No. 283, nf Englari Inefit Society Meets In the Oddfellows' Hall every first and third Wednesday of the month at 8 p.m. For full par- Ucurars appiy RoMns, A. J. Warren, W. President. POT 67. Western Cbtrftred Corporation Ltd, Capita! Financial Ageuu. Fiscal Agenti Broken. for l.ttf All Standard Handled HEAD ;