Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
ALBERTA.. SATURDAY, MAY 22. 1909. Daily Herald 2.00 1.00 .35 3.00 chases with the cash received, he is satisfied. Both will come again. The possible producers around Lethbridge and the possible pnrchasers within Lethbridire to have the benefits of a. good market, it is up to the pro- ducers to bring 'in their stuff, to the inarkot management "to let the people know it will bo there and to the con- sumers to be on hand early in the day to buy. In this way the market will become a factor in the business life of the community for the bene- fit of all concerned. OUR POINT OF VIEW u.w The cabinet ministers seetu to tako L75 their holidays by going away to do ire work. Being u cabinet minister no snap when the worj; i? c.'iiMd- Printed by the Daily Herald Printing Co.. Lid., every lawful evening at ite" office. Bound St.. Lethbridge. Alberta, Canada W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Di- rector and Editor Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered Daily, six months, delivered Dnrly. three months, delivered Daily, one moutb. delivered Daily, one year, by mail Daily, six months, by mail Daily, three months, by mail.....oo Wt-euly Herald, one year .......1-50 Addresses changed as often as de- aired, but both new and old address j must be given. i j Lethbruigv has another evidence oi PUT WIRES UNDERGROUND i being a real city. A peanut stand has The city should cable its electric operations L-a the street. li-Tht and power wires under ground j j in the business section. Itshvukl! The favorable reports oi th> winter not be necessary to point out the ad- j wheat will havo a pood effect on tms vantage oi this hi The improved ap-jcountry. Some people were somewhat j pearance oi the city relieved of thejmu-asy us to Its condition but their! unsichtlv poles and wires, in the ab-1 to be generally wunout j of dancer iroci live wire, being! inundation. The future of Southern j broken by wind ami snowstorms, ami j Alberta is closely bound up with wn- j in the saving of are not exposed to the elements. Ag-! of the crop has an important bear-, "ing on the prosperity If Christie's "Zephyr Cream" Sodas were judged on flavor aside, if you like, all other points of superiority and judge Christie's "Zephyr Cream" Sodas on flavor alone. If you have never tasted Christie's you may say that there never is much flavor to a soda biscuit. Just you try Christie's and see! The flavor of the pure, wholesome raw materials that go into Christie's Zephyr Cream" Sodas is carried through to the finished made scientific methods of mixing, baking and packing. The Christie Flavor is delightful. Test it. Christie, Brown Company Limited IX r, Vioc an imnnrrnnt- bear-' v _..... ___f. ______ ;f the country The example set by the trades SEEKERS ainst these advantages is the cost vi putting the wires underground. In. this regard it should be remembered ior.ist? pf Spokane in taking the that some clay this will have to be! tracts for doing city work is one that done. The advantage uf doing i. is that after the pavement is down j What is the matter with the union the expense will be much greater and J laborers of this city bidding on the chief of which is the hydroscope, a TO DELVE IN SEA telescope for viewing the-bottom (the sea, the invention now) will probably be followed by others, j Attempt TO Be Made to Recover Pre-j Giuseppe Pino. of of Cavaliere the inconvenience to the public great- er because of the longer time requir- ed to do the work. The cost of doing the works before the streets are pav- work of making cement walks and grading streets next year? An in- vestment of a couple or three hou- sand dollars in equipment would ed is not by any means prohibitive, j put them in shape to take either one. Asked tor an estimate approximately j If they were successful in landing the of this work, city engineer Arnold j job they could regulate the wages to told the Herald that it would cost j suit themselves and ail the profits from; three and a half dollar? a hot. would go to the workingmen. To put the wires underground from Baroness Eoad to Bompas and on Redpath from Round to Glyn would cost some six or seven thousand dol- Galgary is doing a good act when the police are running out fortune tellers, professional palmists, phreno- cious Cargo of Lost Spanish j Through it the sunken galleons con- Galleons jtaining the treasure have, it is stated London. May the next been seen and located. few weeks vigorous efforts are to be j Thg gpanish government is to re- made to recover the sunken treasure, 90 peT cent> Ol- bullion re- valued at over which, it J lars. The cost of the work is in the j legists and the like. Any person tak- conduits and the electrical work as ing money out of a community out giving something of value in re- is claimed, lies in Vigo Bay, off the coast of Spain. Dr. Iberti, the author of "The Treas- ure Hunt in Vigo has been granted a concession which holds good until 1915 by the Spanish government for exploring Vigo Bay. The work of exploration is to be undertaken by the Sea Salvage com- 11 Potatoes f t I and car of I Oats on track today illiieBentleyCo. ltd, WiiGiesale ind Retail Phone 55 IETHBRIQGE FOR SALE Horses and Hay la any quantity at J. F. Rodgers Sale Stables Wood Street, Lethbridge I Coal, Ice and DRAYING PROBABLE ELECTION IN B. C. Victoria, B. C., May A report is current that tho provincial parlia ment will be day? and tht> solved within sixty overnment will appeal to the people. No confirmation, of the report can be obtained in gov- ernment circles. There has been a general expectan- cy ever since prorogation that an election might follow before the House asain met. the excavation does not amount to a great deal being only three or four deep. A few thousand dollars spent in the business section in this would be a very small .item com- pared with the benefits to be derived. Moreover, if it is not done before the pavement is laid it will have to be done some time later at a much great- er expense. J Saiidy McTavish was "no just so he went to the doctor atrd stated his complaint. "What did you drink 1" demanded the medico. a bottle a THE CITY MARKET To be or not' to be is the question the city council are discussing with regard to the city market. 'At the pre- sent time there seems 'to be little use trying to keep it- going. There is lit- tle or no produce brought there for sale and repeated disappointments have made the former purchasers stop coming. The result is that the market day amounts to nothing. This is not as it should be. Leth- bridge should organize and maintain a good market. There are enough people here to make it profitable ii jthey patronized the market as they tsbould. There are enough producers the city to bring in an abun- oi produce to supply the needs of the numerous purchasers. There 'is no doubt as to their being plenty buyers and sellers. There is no 'doubt either about there being suffi- cient money going to buy the pro- duce on sale. The butter, eggs, veg- fresh meat, hay, etc, must be b-'Ught somewhere and as most of the b-.isiness house? oi the city have adopted the cash system, the money must be forthcoming in return for the Now the question is as to whe-j ed hands on the time of the breakup, ther o not the farmers around who Dawson-Fairbanks navigation opens are exuecied to bring in the produce in a few days, probably the first of next week or as soon as the river turn is a detriment to a community. These people are fakirs and every dol- lar spent on them is a dollar wasted and lost. In addition to the business side of it, these things and such peo- ple as make a business of them are a moral menace to the people and as such are undesirable. C "Whusky." "How much day." "Do you smoke "How ounces a day." "Well, you give whiskey and to- bacco up together." Sasdy took his cap and in three steps reached the door. called the doctor, "you have not paid me for my "Ah'm no' Sandy as he hind him. takin' it snapped slammed the door be- covered. The story of the Vigo Bay treasure is even more romantic that Robert Louis Stevenson's "Treasure Island." The facts are said to be as follows: In 1703 Spain acquired vast quan- tities of gold and silver from her mines in the West Indies and a fleet of salleons sailed for home with the unuenaKen uy uie _ panv. Ltd.. under the supervision of treasure, amounting to some .___ nnn AAA in value aboard. When the fleet arrived at Vigo Bay it was attacked by the combined British and Dutch fleets and. to pre- vent, the treasure falling into the inventions will enemies' hands the Spaniards sunk be employed in this expedition, the their ships. Dr. Iberti. The board oi directors of this company includes Rear Ad- miral Sir Adolphus Fitz-George. Rear Admiral Charles Windham and the Earl of Oxford. ICI BREAKS AT DAWSON Davrson, May in from of Dawson, bioke at 9 o'clock, May 12 There was great excitement and 56- joicing. Thousands of dollars chang- Imperial Bank of Canada t WORKINGMEN I Look here! We have a block of choice lots 25 x 125 4- I NORTH WARD I T east of Turner St. and south 4 of Niven each. cash. Bal. per month. See us at once as the price of these lots will be advanc- ed in a few days. P. 0, Block Phone 383 OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING WESTERN STATIONERY CO., LTD Legal Form1 School Supplies HEAD TORONTO have i. to bring. There may be some Capital Authorized r Stir D. R. WILKIE President. HON, ROBERT JAFFRAY Vice-Pres. Accounts of Corporations, Municipalities, Merchants, Farmers and Private Individuals -invited. SAVINGS Specia attention is given to Savings Bank Accounts. Deposits of and upwards received and inter- est allowed at current rate from date of deposit. _ Lethbridge Branch, W. R. SEATLE, Manager. Begin Block, Round St., beside Bentley's Store. f i JAMES RICHARDS Machine Shop, etc; Box 432 Near Steam Laundry Automobiles, Gasoline Engines, Steam Ploughs and Threshing Outfits General Eepairs Work of every description Satisfaction guaranteed runs clear of ice.