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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE UcTHBHOwE DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1909. Daily Herald 54.00 1.00 .30 o.OO 1.75 Established December, 190? Published by the -Lethbridge Herald Printing Co.. Ltd., every lawful 'c-vening at -dice, Round Sir, Lethbridge, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director and Editor Subscription Rates Ukiiy, one year, delivered Daily, six months, delivered Daiiy, three months, delivered Daily, one month, delivered Daily, one year, by mail six months, by mail Daily, three mouths, by mail changed as often as desir- ed, but.bvih new and old addresses oiust be given. WEEKLY fublisked every Wednesday in eight pages, and contains a summary of me world's news of the week, local mid foreign. Due year, in advance due mouths, in advance ........75 Three months, in advance ......50 THE DAILY HERALD Is on sale at the following places: Cross Drug and Book store, J, (j. Robertson Co., J. J. Johnston Co., R. W. Ham- ilton. Pincher J. Mitchell, D. L. McCrea. Bros Drug Book Co Fernie, 8. E. Suddaby. Cranbrook, B. Atchison.- L. ReiHecke. Grassy Tughaia. Sow F. Werts. Hotel News Stand. on all C. P.-R. trains. CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES TARIFF It must indeed be surprising to many American politicians and citi- zens to read 'that the Canadian gov- ernment and 'the Canadian people are not in the least- alarmed over the tariff changes soon to come into op- eration. It has been common belief among a very large section of the people and the politicians of the Unit- ed States that Canada was Absolutely dependent upon their country for its well-being, that its farmers would have no market if they did not buy their produce, that Canada could not sell 'her manufactured products else- where and our factories would close down if the Americans did not buy, that the industries -connected with the supply of raw material would die if the manufacturers across the line did not buy that raw material and that our fishermen and stock growers would go out of business if they had no market in the neighboring republic They seern to have had the idea, too, that they could do -is they liked with their tariff and that it would make BO difference as far as Canada was con- cerned, as she would have nothing else to do but accept the conditions regardless of their advantage or dis- advantage to interests. A proportion of the people 'or the United States, however, have nor held these views as was evidenced by the strong and sane protests against -the provisions, of the new tar- iff which were aimed to injure Canad- ian trade. In spite of these protests the Congress passed the tariff which made it prohibitive to import piper but which encouraged the importation of pulp and pulpwood from which to manufacture paper. This was a direct blow at tJhe Canadian paper-making industry and an attempt to deplete the Canadian pulpwood forests in order to save those of the United. States. This action was very promptly met by tiho governments of Ontario and Quebec by prohibiting "the exporta- tion of pulp or pulpwood, and now it is proposed and a motion will be brought before the House of Commons to place an export duty on pulp or pulpwood, .such as will be facial to Canada. Canada will not go back on on the Anglo-F-eneh treaty. it will not delay its acceptance for any fear of what the United States may do. The Conservative opposition has shown a tendency to cringe at the blow about to be struck by the other nation. They in Parliament have ple.tdvd delay and hinted at abroga- tion of the French treaty for fear of to American trade. Th.> sentiment oi the country does no; with any such idea. Canada the council clumber is going to be pnopexy heated before tthey make the plunge? The Omaha exhibit leaves tonight. Here's to its success and our own glory and advantage. Those milters who disregarded Sec- retary Wilson's orders with reference u the bleached flour will find out that ho wasn't fooling after all. Tht.- speech from the throne deliv- stand that, and decides to treat, Can-j ;uiu as an oquu! the sooner will there be better trade relations and larger j intwcourse of busint'SS. As Sir Wil-1 fri'.l Laurh'r stated years so the I'.atioa says today that Canada has made her hist advance to the United Suites; any future advances must coaie from the other side. Now, what a roar the Tory press will raise! Mr. Fielding announces that there is an increase of sixteen mil ion dollars in the estimates. C. A. Magrath's name is being ad- ded to the list of those whom R. L. Bordfii sees sitting at the foot of his when he is alone in the FRENCH COURT PROCEDURE One result- of the Steinheil .urder trial has it las caused the Frenchman to see the in- Whatever criticism the opposition and press may have of Sir Wil- frid Limner's public utterances, they seem to meet with the enthusiastic justice oi having the judge the prose- approva} of great majority of poo- cuior as well. LTnder their present both iu cimaja anj in other system while there is a prosecuting j laQjs> attorney, judge also questions prisoner and the witnesses, and is in reality the chief prosecutor. Under these circumstances it is al- most impossible for to be impartial and unbiased. He must feel that his position demands that he convict the prisoner if possible rather than that he should sec wen-handed justice done. The extreme injustice oi the French procedure was seen in the Steinheil -case where the judge was even more bitter against the pris- oner than the prosecuting attorney, and whose questioning of the prisoner showed plainly that his endeavor was Witih the mayor, the Trades and Labor council and the Young Men's Club all holding public meetings to discuss the street railway franchise it should be thoroughly aired and explained. The business men of the city were not slow in expressing their approval of -the Omaha exhibit verbally and Iinanciaily. No doubt the bread they have thus cast upon the waters will come back dough. What do you think of that street to secure a conviction rather than to rtliiwtly franchise by-law anyway? see whether the prisoner was guilty i If VQU ffOt an idea read it or not. Yesterday for the first time up and co 111 e out to hear it chsc-ussed ?o as to get an intelligent opinion. a French assize court was conducted on the Anglo-Saxon plan, and this has been done on the recommendation of j There seems to be no doubt about the minister of justice. There is tea- j.-tle non-advisability of the municipal son to hope that the more ownership of the natural gas propo- Exceptional Value in 118 Toilet Sets at from to The Bentley Co, ltd, 2nd Retail APPLES ONTARIO WINTER APPLES IN BARRELS, Just Arrived. MALAGA GRAPES. 8 Phone 31 foreman oi weighing districts. -Be- sides these enumerated, removals in- clude ten assistant, weighers, three inspectors formerly assistant, weigh- ers, one inspector formerly an assist- In that since March 3rd last, the day he took ant ganger, and one assistant, addition the collector stated NEW GROCERIES are ar- riving daily. We carry the very best in this line and can give you perfect satis- faction. Ask for FLEISHMANS YEAST We Sell It Craddock Viner Family Grocers K" Redpath Street Sherlock Block t t office of deputy collector which Mr. Vail held has been abolished. Of Mr. Vail's removal he says: "The collector has no proof nor hive special attorney's general Stimson C. Smith of any corruption on his part, hut he was in charge of the weighing office, he has removed from the ser- j division during the time that, the ex- vice for irregularities in the- weigh- ing department eighteen other officials who are now under indictment. In other branches of the service he had removed for cause thirty-six officials tensive under-weighing frauds were perpetrated and the fact that such conditions found existence in his de- partment warrants his separation from the service on the ground of making a total number of removals j negligence and inefficiency." from the sendee since March Sfh, Collector Loeb adds significantly: seventy-three.- j "'The collector is continuing his in- Collector Loeb announces that the vestigation." and just system will become general in France. A NEWSPAPER AT FORT GEORGE northward, too, the Star of Empire takes its course." Usually it travels with some enter- sition in this city. It is safe betting that the Maeleod police did not miss many when they took the census. It wasn't so'much that they wanted to boost the town's population over two thousand but oh. ir journalist, as v- it ness "She es- the joys of another licensed hotel. tablishment of a newspaper at Fort George. That place is -away to the north oi the C. P. main line on the route of the G. T. P. It has twen- ty white inhabitants -at present, but John Houston, late of Prince Rupert and before that of Kelson, the pub- lisher, believes it has -a future and he is there to plant the seed of sound and fearless opinions on public questions a.; well as to give :.'ie outsir1. That was a fetcher. Uncle Sam is just like his uncle, John Bull, when any one dares to touch any of his people in a foreign land. His strong arm reaches into the most remote places of the earth to protect or to punish. According to the speech from the throne delivered at the opening of a knowledge of the country around 1 the Saskatchewan Legislative Assem- this location. We are told -that here vegetables and grain grow >as plentiful as in any part of British Columbia and that coal is near at hand. Evidently the place has a good future and Houston !i; -.n't made any in locstitijx then-. Fort Gt'org'-- was founded in 1807 but-Simon Frasi-r, the founder, iii'Vfr dreamt it would have, a news- PJ PIT or a railroad. AT THE TOP OF THE LADDER A few years ago a young man labor- ed diligently as a messenger boy in a telegraph office in Peterboro, Ont. He worked hard and took an interest in his work. His employer was George A. Oox .and he was rapidly promo red today he is :ie Ci the great of Cui-id-t. His nf-me is Edward R. Wo.'d. Dur- ing the past week he came into great prominence by reason of Ins hiving 'chirred the control of the T> Coal and Steel Co. and pavid the way for peace in "these great indus- tries on our Atlantic seaboard. E.R. Wood is a business genius and has been for years the right hand of his first employer, Senator Bis me- thods are clean and upright and no- thing derogatory has ever been offered bly the King's representative is well pleased with his realm and meta- phorically speaking calls upon the people to hug themselves because of their abounding prosperity. fv 'vTv'tV -'tS' TV Don't forget that- there is a park by-law too. It means spending forty six thousand dollar? for about three hundred acres of land and water for the swellest large park in Western Canada and for ten acres of a very j jft j playground park in North SU Lethbridee. i A XMAS BOX If you buy yourself a Xmas gift you'll be sure of one anyway. How would you like to present your- self with something that some day, in the not far distant future, will make you independent. We have something FOR YOU that will do this. A ten-acre tract of our Fruit Land does not require a big investment to-day and it will make a fine home and a snug income for Let's talk it over anyway, vou. :e Orchards M. FREEMAN, Generaf Agent, Lethbridge The members of the Board of Trade should bo careful to observe the action of .the special committee .appointed to condemn or endorse the advertis- ing propositions that are put before them by outsiders. It is a. waste of time to discuss ninety-nine per cent, of them for ten seconds. The business men should tell the promoters to go to the committee and let them waste their time for the benefit of the busi- ness men of the city. When they give their verdict it should b? scrupuloxis- lv SEVENTY-THREE WERE DISMISSED FROM SERVICE ,_ _______ to his reputation. He is a. type of to insure the manufacture of the pa-j young man who is ambr.ious and per in Canada and thereby have the] rose from humble circumstances to wages for the manufacturing of the the -top. There is always advance- In paper and spent in Canada, Weighing Division of the U. S. Customs Service Investigation Continuing. York "Nfov. Collector of The resolution provides, however, that if any country admits Canadian paper free of duty no export duty will be charged on pulp or pulpwood exported to thai country. As the United States is practically depend- ment ahead for young men who take pon._ vVilliaxn Loeb, Jr., today an- life and business as seriously as Mr. Wood. OUR POINT OF VIEW The mad rush for the. aldenn.imc has not started yet. .ent on Canada for its paper supply it can easily be seen how this resolu- tion >vould affect them should it be- 'cdme law. The American government can find no satisfaction in the parliamentary of Sir Wilfrid Laurior and When the United .States government passed its tariff regulation by .which an additional twenty-five per oent. duty is to be levied on goods coming from coun- tries -having special tariff arrange ments better than they have with the United States, they had in. mine Canada and its proposed treaties with France and oiTuer cuunnics. position Of the Canadian government H-i-en hy Hon. W. S. Field'.IT ;s clear and definite. France is pre- pared topical fairly with Canada. The United States is trying to bull- doze ami tyrannize. Oanada.can get along vrithout.the United States 1rado even better than'the lattch can get along without ours, although satis factoir trade arrangements with the. United States'would be very bene- Are. the prospective waiting to nouncecl the removal from the cus- toms service of seventy-tihree employ- ees 'and attaches of the weighing and other divisions of the customs serv- ice here. Among those dismissed are: James F. Vail, formerly deputy I weigher; Geo. Bedell, formerly chiel a-ldermanic clerk of the weighing .department; .J. see whether P. Ryland and Joseph 0. Carroll., ex- Chaps Quickly (iired by Carnation Cream All who are troubled with chapped face and hands will find a sure and speedy relief in our Carnation Cream. This Cream is specially prepared and admirably adapted for Tise in this dry climate. Ladies will find it wonderfully effective in keeping the hands and face, soft, smooth and white.- G-Mitinmen will find it exceedingly pleasant to use after shaving. TWENTY-FIVE CENTS A BOTTTE The Red Cross Drug Book Co. THE SAFE, SATISFACTORY DRUG STORE Day and Night Phone 5 Acadia Block Night Bell Redpath Street Dispenser. Picture Framer. ec Imperial Bank of Canada Capital Authorized Capital Paid Up.............. Rewrve D. R. President. Hon. Rofctrt Jalffay, Vice-president. Accounts of Municipalities, Farmen and PriTaie Individuals SAVINGS attention giTen to 3arings Bank Accounts. Depotiti of and receded inter- est allowed from date of deposit._______________________ LETHBRIDGE R. SEATLE, Managtr. Begin .Block, Round St., beside Bentley'i Store. EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK INCORPORATED 1859. CAPITAL AND RESERVE A general Banking business transacted of Mer- chants and Farmers invited Savings Bank Department in connection, deposits of SI.00 and upwards received and in- terest allowed at highest current rates. Lethbridge Branch ROUND STREET Old Sage Store J. A. R. ROME, Manager. 1854 A Warm Place for Your Autos We have just installed an. up-to-date steam-heating plant in our garage. If you wish your auto kept here this winter you'd better hurry. [tie Standard Garage Co, Phone 343. Wood tt. PONY EXPRESS Furniture removed and coal delivered C. 0. D. Trunks re- moved to any part of the city. J. Figgins, Phone 384 HORSES HORSES If you want horses call at J. F. Rodger's sale stable. If I haven't what you'want I can get them. J. F. Rodgers Sale Stables' Wood Street, Lethbridge COAL Best Lump on the market, per ton Nut coal, delivered- Address postcard to New Barnes Royal View. F. WADDINGTON Phone 261 City Agent. Merchants Bank of Canada v JdiLAJJ Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits.............. Accounts of Merchants, farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Oftdit Savings Bank Department Lcthbrkige Branch Coal-dale Block, Redpath St. A Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BEOS.Proprietors _ Office opposite Balmoral RH ONE; 63 PROFESSIONAL CARDS MEDICAL DR. W. S. Surgeon, AccoucHer. 9 a.m.; 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Office 914 Red' path St. Phone 53. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEANE Rt'dpath Street. 9 a.m.; 2-3; 7-8. DR. A. Stafford Block. Residence, cor. Bompas Crabb. Phone: Office 277; residence DR. J. E. LOVER Surgeon, Accoudw-r. Oddfellows' Block. Hours: Till 9 a.m., 11 to 1, 3 .to 5, 7 to 8. Phone: Day, 104; night, 342. D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., ist, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Stafford Block, Lethbridge, Office hours: 9.30-12 a.m., 2-5 ji.m.i 7-8 p.m. DR. GARNET T. IVES, Graduate Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto. Stafford Agaew Block, Rooms 6 and 8. Hours 9-12, 1-5. Phone 463. MISS VERONICA dressing, scalp treatment, manicure and facial massage. Acadia Block Redpath St. PRIVATE MATERNITY HOSPITAL- Walwork St., North Ward. Tele- phone No. 269. 51.50 per day. Medical cases: per day. Maternity cases: per day. Each patient is expected pay one week in advance and pay for own spirits and medicines. Dainty, graduate nurse, in charge. LEGAL JOHNSTON E ters and solicitors. Office, adjoim- ing Union Bank, Lethbridge. -L.M. Johnstone; J. Norman Ritchie. CONYBEARE, CHURCH McAR- Solicitors, tary Publics and Commissionsere, Conybeare Block, Lethbridge, Alta. SIMMONS ors to W. C. Simmons. Barristers, Solicitors and Notaries. Money to loan. W. C. Simmons; S. J. Skep- 'herd. H. A. J. Solicitor, Notary. Room 14, Stafford Block. H. H. DUN So- licitor, Etc. Office, Acadia Block, Letkbridge, Alta. JOHN J. MuJ Solicitor.' Office, Rooms 2 and 2 Block. SURVEYING J. F. HAMILTON, Land Surveyor, Irrigation and Hy- draulic Engineer. Room 5, Whit- ney Block." Phone. 205. LODGE PR.'DE OF ALBERTA, No. 233, Sons of ERglBnd Benefit Society in the Oddfedllowe' Hall every first aud third Wednesday the month at 3 p.m. For full particulars apply W. J. Wade. Fred T. Bobins W. President. Sec.. Boz 57. LETHBRIDQE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Caledonian Hall, Qlyn It. Club room open eTcnimj 7.90 to 10.30, Sunday extepted. All A. L. JOHNSTON, J. H. KELLIE, Box 3M. Prw. Letkhrityi Ufii H. II? Meets 1st and '-Jrd M o n d ays in K of P "Hall at .5 o'clock. Visiting orethren are cordially invited. j. ASHCROFT, W.P. Whit oey Block. Late of Williams Brw., Architects, Detroit. F. B. BOOM 8. Whitney Block. JAS. A. Macdonald Block, Redpath street, Lethbridge, Alta. W. M. Calvary and Lethbridge. Specialist b: Fireproof ing, sanitation, heating and ventil- ation. Ernest E. Carver, M.B.A.A. iM.R.A., A.A.I.C., Etc., Manager Bryan Block. WILLIAM and Con- tractor, is prepared to give estimates free of -cost on all kinds of work in the building trade, including re- pairs, alterations, etc. Box Lethbridge, Alta. HERBERT RAMS for foundations, concrete walks, base- ments and all kinds of concrete work. Terms reasonable. cheerfully giTen. Apply Box All, Letihbridge, Alta. WM. J. Bartlett St.. Duff Addition. Contractor builder. Estimates freely Tt will pay you to call before W. R. House painting riage painting, paper hanging, decorating, etc. 25 ArgyJe Phone 124. Box 300. UNDERTAKING ADD ISDN Under- takers and Embalmm. The established business in the citf. Phone 102. Office and residence, 321 Crabb street. Parlors open Tfky and night. T. S. DI- RECTOR AND riages and equipment new and to-date. Parlors, opposite fire kal. Open day and night. Phonfe Ml, P. O. Boi 423. 34-lj GUS NEIDIG, W.i. A.F. A.M., Q.R.A. Lethbridfe Lodge Regular meeting nifht, third Thursday of each month the Masonic Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will al_ waw seive a hearty A. C. r. W.M. G. V. etorkey. Seen P- 0. Boi 617. Modern Woodmen of America Lethbridse Gamp No. 13681. Meets in the Oddfellows Hall every second and fourth Wednesday of the month. Visiting neighbors will t-i- ways receive a hearty welcome. cillor. C. L. Griffith; Banker. W. i OlpTk. N T. Si Fcttcrly returned Wednesday night from Red Deer where he has been attending the convention of Al- berta Funeral Directors and Embalm- ACCOUNTANT W. D. Audits, liquidations, general accoumt and advice thereon. Acadfa Block, Lethbridge, Alta. Canada Western Chartered Corporation -Ltd. Capital Financial Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royal Collieries Ltd All Standard Stocks Handled HEAD ES. crs. THE ENSIGN signs, show cards, price tickets, enamelled let- ters, banners, magic lantern slides, artificial palms, vines, etc. for inter- ior decorations. Ensign Co., P. 6. Box 1817, AcaSla Building, Leth- Alta. ;