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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHbrtlDGE. ALBERTA., SATURDAY, MAY 21, If Daily Herald CHEAP HOUSES Printed the Daily Herald Printing Co., Ltd.. every lawful evening at ite office. Round St., Lethbridge. Alberta, Canada W. A. 3UCHANAN, Managing Di- rector and Editor Subtcrlptioh RatM Daily, one year, delivered Dully, six months, delivered 2.GO Daily, months, delivered Daily, one month, delivered Daily, one year, by mail Daily, six. months, by mail Daily., three months, by mail.. 1.00 .35 3.00 1.75 .81 WeeJtly Herald, one'year 1.M Addresses changed as often as de- sired, but both new and old address must be given. Schtmt or Conitructing Dwelling in Fortnight Completed New York, May A, Edison sent word to the newspapers yesterday that he had completed his scheme for building a concrete Louse for wliich, if constructed of stone in the same design, would cost between and The price he cites could not prevai] house was tu be built. HAMILTON TO BE BOARD OF TRADE COUNCIL The city council seems -to have a rather peculiar idea of the place, du- ty and power of a Board of Trade, as veil as of the men who compose that body. Some, of the aldermen have complained that the Board did no- thing arjd when the Board takes; action -to golve one of the biggest pro- j That he wants to be understood clear- ly. What he means is that if the re- inforced houses are to be built in blocks, by the design and through the use of his molds the cost of each house in a block .would- not be greater than The Edison house-building plan calls for a one-family house on a lot 40x60 feet. Each house will contain six rooms and a bath, and the cellar will extend beneath the entire house and will contain the tubs and coal bunktr. A OOGLESS TOWN Hamilton, May threatens to be a dogless town. Since the new regulations passed by the City Council prohibiting animals run- niup at large, dog owners have been killing off their pets at the rate of twenty-five a day. and the city's crematory is working overtime. A report received from Ottawa to- day shows that two dogs killed here on suspicion really suffered from rabies. The heads were sent to the Dominion Analyst for a report, and he confirmed the suspicions of the: veteranaries. It is believed these dogs bit otluT animals and the ,city will at once begin strictly enforcing the new luw. MINISTER TO CHINESE Washington, D. C., May latest name under consideration as a possible successor to Mr. Rockhill, as U. S. Minister to China, that of President Jeremiah Jenks, of Cornell University. G. C. Toronto) Builder and contractor. Estimates promptly furnished on ail_ kinds of buildings; prices and satisfaction guaranteed. Apply to Room 7, Oliver Block. 141-6 boiler, The decora- tions will be cast with the house, and therefore will come from the moulds as part of the structure., and not "blems of the city, the use and improve" fr on. meni of the square, the council eith- er as a body or as individual members of the council, turn them down hard, practically telling them ..that it is none of-their business. The council had not taken up the matter of the improvement, of the square when the Boani of Trade, took it up and their action in repudiating the authority of the Board tc discuss the matter is certainly no compliment to the mem- bers of the Board of Trade, The coun- cil does not -seem to think" the jBoard of Trade is composed and a nd Cast iron moulds will be used in building the house and this will vary in .design. After the concrete founda- tion has been laid and has hardened the molds "will be set upon it. REGULATIONS ADOPTED TO PROTECT FISH Washington, D. C., .May missoners and counsel operating un- der the treaty between Great Brit-iin and the United State providing-lor .by men .with just as much interest and just. as. great. capability to work for the city's -as. they .pos- GET RID ,OF THEM The bright .smiling face of the yel- low dandelion is to be seen in some of-the lawns of the city and. its ap- "pearance is about1 as welcome as that of any other nuisance. They are .a serious menace "to "the lawns of the city: There should "be no delay .for the dandelion will -practically- blos- som and seed a day and 'when: the seed 'has-ripened the mischief is done They, should'-be' dug out of the ground by the roots and burned ior if thrown on the ground is generally 'enough vitality left, in the. stalk to ripen' the seed. As yet this weed has spread .to any great extent but it will not take long if determined efforts are not made to destroy it. ;This in. one place where the Horticultural Society might do w.ork. TRUANCY 'The decision of the -Public School Board to take up the matter of tru- ancy and appoint a truant officer is one' that will meet with the approval of everyone who has had'occasion meet the large number of children who attending fo whose absence there is no real reason or 'excuse. Truancy is one of the ha bits that is most productive of crime which is the natural outcome of ig norance, deception. is only- right therefore 'ttfat those who are in charge educationa welfare of the children should ercise every effort to see that the chil- dren of the community attend school. The children should be' saved from their own inclinations 'to remain ig- norant ind free from discipline eive measures ,for .the protection of. the food fishes in -the waters UQUS to the United .States .and Cia- J ada met here today at the State De- partment. Prof. David Starr Jordan is the itTnited Stales 'and JPrbf. .Edward :Priuce the Canadian. Commissioner, while C. i is legal adviser on -the part of the. govelmnenf and N. vfi. Gisbourne on theVpaii? qt Canada. ,Tbe commis- sioners have been, at work about year and have completed a set of regulations "to; which if vby will so fax towards protecting pre- serving the fish and will avoid fric- tion and strife arising from a lack, of knowledge regarding the limita- tions .put 'ton; the- citizen's of the. "res- pective countries by the other along the border' line: -Vr "well as from the greed and shiftless- ness of parents who either not care for the education of the. children or, keep them out of school to -earn .money for the family. HONOR TO LA VERENDRYE The 'proposal .to commemorate in some way the exploits of La Veren- is a' good one and should1 be CANNON BALLS OF ICE, New York, May despatch to the Herald from G-alveston, Tex.. says: "An unprecedented-hailstorm on Monday in TTnvalde county lost at least eight Carpeter, se- venty years of age, and seven Mex- ican hired were from to head of live stock" lolled. The hailstones were like cannon balls, weighing sir and seven 'pounds some weighing ten pounds. They mea- sured from ten to" seventeen inches in" circumference, and fell for thirty minutes in two1 storms about two hours apart. Rumors of many more persons kill- ed are not connrmed. ties are out scouring :the ranges. CARDSTON NOTES Cardston, May Knapp, of the government telephone system, is here auditing' the accounts for the Past three months. The business shows a, marked ;increase.- The government Is making many changes in. the telephone- service around the .town..- A much needed improvement is the installing pf a cable in, the business centre. The cable will be finished sorrte.. time next week. A number of nsw telephones supported. While is hardly right to present to put him on the 'same level with Lord Selkirk as a factor in the start- ing of a nation in Western Canada yet he holds a very important place in the Canadian West. What Colum bus' was to America or Jacques Car tier to Canada or La Salle to.the Mis sissippi valley so La Verendrye was to Western Canada. He discovered that 'there was such a place and to a certain extent "explored it, giving to the people of his and succeeding times the '.record .of his discoveries. He was not a -colonizer. That work; came afterwards but he was the dis- coverer of the country in which Lord Selkirk laid the foundations of a -na- tion. demands, MISS G.A.DAINTYV-Graduate nurse, will open a hos- pital on Wallwork _8t., near the El- lison Mills on July 1, 1909. Phone 269. OUR POINT OF VIEW This is the growing time hr Sou- thern Alberta. Getting his wheat to the seaboard for twenty-two cents a hurwli pounds is a good proposition for the farmers; of the Letbbridge distmt. That rate wjll certainly help Canada has a number of old men. Not the least of these 's Dr. the general tendent of the Methodist in Canada who has just started off on a seven thousand miles journey in the'course of which he w 11 vif'r, aul pfcsiJe taking very active part in conferences, til of whi.-h over than jnoith. tor a nearly eifhty years of thii no Will Suckers Bite When offered a toothsome fly hook purchaBed from Sage's stock of Fishing tackle? Yes, if it is attach, ed to one otms xa ft. 25 Certs Bamboo Poiei. Smaller size, two for 25c. Jointed Poles all 'kindf highly finished cheaply priced Abundant stock of Spoon and- Fly Hooks all tfef, Quite as catchy M oar hooks is the Book'room where pyMmidf of fiction can be bad from 5c. to II, per book. THE GOLDEN WEST REALTY CO. Have for sale the following snaps. Think these over, and see me in the morning S-roomed new modern house. Gutbill Street. cash handles. Price Balance to suit purchaser. 7-rooined new Crabb Street cash. Price Balance easy, t 5 lots high and dry. Charles Street and Westminster Bead.' each. Good terms. Car of Raymond Sugar and car of Five Roses Flour On track Today FOR SALE Horses and Hay In any quantity at J. F. Rodgers Sale Stables Wood Street, Lethbridge PROFESSIONAL CARDS 7 lots east of Westminster. Block X26. .P.O. Box 642 Telephone 261 each. D. KING, Manager OTJCEH! The price of the Arrow Lake Orchards Pruit Lands will be raised aiter June 3rd. Anyone niay select lands before that date at the old prices, or anyone ac- companying our excursion party on JTme 3rd may 'obtain land at the 'old Buy now, and .have someone select your lot before the rise. The FREEMAN, Agent The Bentley Co, Ltd.: atoll lid J5 Coal, Ice and I PRAYING i Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PHON E es NORTH WARD 110 Cash. per month. EACH Balance J Fire, Lifr :and Accident Insurance Honey To Loan TO THE PUBLIC We have, bought out the Star Transfer Co Draying Dutfit, and are prepared to execute all orders for DRAyiNG promptly satisfactorily. i Coal delivered promptly. Cath on delivery. PhoneVTO fa DR. j. Surgeon, Accoucner, Block. Hourg-JUJ 9 3 to 5, 7 to 8. oight, 342. Oddiellowv 11 to 1. J'bone. day wt. Eye. Ear, Nose ___ Stafford Block. Lethbridge Office Hours-9.30-13 a.m., g. 7-8 p.nj..- A1U, S M MMES RICHARDS Machine Shop, Box 432 Near Steam Laundry Automobiles, Gasoline Engines, Steam Ploughs and Threshing Outfits General Repairs Work of every description Satisfaction guaranteed We Are Leading Our business Is increasing daily. Why? Because the public have at last found the- proper plaofr vwhere Jhey can iget satisfaction in 'Cleaning and Pressing iheir Garments. yet one of our customers give trial. INK itrat orgn lion. or MR ALBERT Boor Slating Voice CJoItare: PUpU of Hancock, Ewj., F.B.G.O., L.R.1M. Theory. .Vote ealturtl piano, harmoof and theory. W Opsn Joe eoix Jerti; reoitali, etc. Box 8M. bridge, HMACMJLLIAN-Fu. pil.of JBenn Veibraggen, Italy; Carl Sirnitu, S .Be many 'High Claw Scotch specialty; v Opeix for recitala. queta concerts, etc. For terma an, pl7 cjo Royal Collieries, LethbridgV WALL PAPER Largest and Itjest stock in Paper Hanging, Paint- and W. G. fclMMONS-Advocate; ter. etc. Office: Southard Block. WEUJNGTOIi Cor. Cutbill and Court- :.F. P. CONYBEARE, K.a, D.C.L.; Barrwter, Solicitor, Etc. Office rCQnybeare Block, Lethbridge. AV herta. A. _tJ. Solicitor, Notary. Room 14 Canada Western Chartered Corporation Hecla Furnace We are Experts I The Hecla Furnace, for which we are the sole agents, is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac- tion. It is reliable, :and easy to operate. If you buildinga house see us for Fire Proof Doors Metal Shingles kiid Siding, Metallic pilings and Cornices, Eave Trotighing; etc. We ai e always glad fo five any information on the above lines The Western fmsmitliliig Co. Next Door to Herald Office SURVEYING HAMILTON and Surveyors. .Room -4. -Block.. "r--. ARCHITECTS AND Capital Financial Acenta. Brokers. .for Royal Mlicrfes Ltd All SUadard Stocks Handled I JAS- A- MEAD B.-c. Macdonaldv Block, Eedpath Lethbridge F. JL Room Whitney Block. UODGE PRIDE OP ALBERTA. No. 293, lim ti Eigliiri kieflt Sodet) in the Oddfedllowi' every flrat and third Wednesday the roomh 8 p.m. Fer full J particular! apply [W. J, Wide, Fred T. Bobio W. President. Sec.. Box 67. WT Calgary and Lethbridge. Specialist in Fireproof- ing, sanitation, Seating and ventila- tion. Ernest E. Carver, M.B.A.l, and lit 3rd T Ait, Mana Lethbndge Office, Bryan Block. uud build- er, cheerfully given. and alterations executed at the shotteit notice. Box 730, Leth- bridge, Alta. fl. engineei and contractor. Lighting ana pow. er infltallations. Plana and apecifl" Office McKeown'c Hard ware.' Phone 302. Hall at o'clock. brethren are cordially invited. or. A8HCROFT, W.P. QU8 NE1DIQ, f 4 f QEORQE and M on days builder. Efltizuates free. Bepairinf and alteratibnJB a specialty. Tem. porary offfce City Bakery, Ford St.. or Box 355, City. Drafts- man and contractor. If you want to see ;our new adeas in construction, let show They won't cost you P. A.F. A.M., :Q.R.A. Lethbridge Lodge Eegular njfht, WILLIAM and cou- the third Thurtday of each month M "prepared to give erti- Mwonic Hall, P 6 a" at S m work inlhe building ____ at 8 will tl. alterations. Acs Box 512 wajri receive hearty A. I Lcthbridge. G. Mower, W.M. .a 7. SecreUry. P. 0. Box .WT Woodmen off America Camp No. in tie Oddftfiowi Hall fourth of month. Ybiting neighbon will alJ dtfor. Orifftth; Banker, W; A. Joiner, Ac.; jobbing wort and al- terations; pianoforte tuning, repaired: gUte signt or letters, silver and fold; sole agent for the genuine and in oolow, ''Owrttohlp to RpNNEY-Contractor 'and build- er. iurniahod free. Office 31B Wood St. MISCELLANEbUf I. EAKIN, PUBLIC Block. No. 38J. LAMBRCCHT Chriatiart Service every Sunday at a.m. above the Herald Wee. QM CAMPBELL 4 STEAP-Paiiit. ers and Decorawrs.Paper hanging and specialties on of art. Ordtn taken any tine. RedMth beiue wcrt of AmerKwa ret- 16Q. ;