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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1909. -Daily ..Herald Established December, 1907 Published by the Lethbridge Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful -vening at, its Kouiul St., Insurance Office in the world ino SM-CENTENAKY SE OFFICE: LONDON, ENGLAND Nuu Toronto, II. M. Blackburu C. B. BOWMAN, AGENT, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. 2: 00 i.OO 35 3.00 W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director and Editor Subscription Rates one year, delivered Daily, six months, delivered Oaiiy, ihreo uiontlis, delivered Daily, otu- niouth, dfiivered Daily. by mail Oaky, six months, by inaii l-'5 Daily, throe months, by mail .85 Addresses changed as often as desir- ed, but new and old addresses ajust be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight and coauius a summary of ;he world's news of the week, leca! a.ii'.i foreign. One year, in advance aix months, in advance ........75 Three months, in advance ......50 THE DAILY HERALD Is on sale at the following places; 1 Cross Drug and Book -sore, J- 0. 'Robertson Co., J. J. Tolrasu-u Co., R. W. Ham-; iitdu'. j J. Mitchell. D. L.: f bv that do not i indulgence in the drug. This prohibi- j lion of opium has been in force i long enough to make it interesting to our readers to know some of the re- I suits. from reliable sources shows that the law is enforced, that have seen and believed the statements of the said gentleman, some attention is paid to them. '4'o begin with, and perhaps it is enough to end with, there is a form- er neighbor of Mr. Hill living in Al- berta, in the Musinasin district, east of Milk River, right in the midst of j erican officials in the Philippine what the people of Michigan might j Islands have succeeded in largely call the arid or semi-arid 'district, j stamping out the habit, and they are Mr. J. J. Donaldson, for such is his determined to prevent opium entering name, can give facts that %ive the He J the islands by smuggling. A suflici- very Ilatiy and conclusively to Mr. ent warning was given, before the law i went into effect, to enable merchants and i who had a stock of opium to dispose Hill's statements. On sod ploughed last April May Mr. Donaldson raised oats went thirty-five bushels to the potatoes yielding one hundred fifty bushels per. acre, and garden vegetables in abundance. He can grow 'watermelons, tomatoes, citron, corn, and, in fact, anything that will grow in the North Temperate Zone. prohibition is absolute, and that Am- j II 1 We Charge fier -barrel for first aztal- "itySPY Apples Other varieties In boxes, and oo X Lli if flK I! r I a free opium-curing hospital j was opened months before the date fixed for the enforcement of the law i. that i of acre, and i for the victims who desired to be cured. Those who imagined there would be a lax enforcement of the law and concealed supplies, were rudelv awakened bv severe fines and ft Itis Oentley Go. Ltd. Wtiesals sod listail Phone 35 IETHBRIOGE 8 I i H' i f Near him the Deer Creek Cattle imprisonment and, later on, by im- _ Go. have their ranch, and this year j prisonment without the option of ajmatters should result from the meet- they cut one hundred and twenty-five j fine. j inS- tons of alfalfa from thirty acres of j "Thus it can be said without fear land in two cuttings, and this is non- of contradiction that the opium traf- irrigated land. Mr. Donaldson says j fie in the Philippine Islands has been he gets his coal for a ton, and j suppressed or at at least. Vis classed as Unloaded Today One Gar Horseshoe Canned Goods In this brand you get quality and the prices are "HIGH T NO. 1 STOCK Ontario, Apples in to-day We will guarantee the'se Ask for FLEISHMANS YEAST We Sell It Mock Viner i Family Grocers Beupath Street Sherlock Block Bros- Drug Book Co B. E. Suddaby. Cranbrook, B. Atchison, L. Reinecke. Grassy Tugharu. 3ow F. Werts. Hotel News Stand. Also on all C. P. R. trains. A KNOCKER FROM MICHIGAN Under the heading "Canadian North- west is No the Bad Axe Hur- on Tribune, of Bad Axe, Huron Co., quotes a man, Lewis Hill, who says he speat three months in th'e .Canadian West and who went back to Michigan with nothing good to'say of the country. In order that there may be no chance of miscon- struction of his words, the Herald give' 'undeserved prominence of his words by giving the interview in full, which is as follows "Lewis J., Hill, ex-county truant officer, and a well known Oliver farm- er, returned last week from a three months' prospecting trip to and .through the Canadian Northwest. Be- fore .going he had an idea of locating ia that countrj but with a foresight not practiced by most of the Ameri- emigrants out there determined .fco.make a personal investigation be- fore .pulling up his well s-et Michigan i has to haul it only from, two to six extra hazardous and is on a par with j miles. dealing in illicit firearms. That such i These cases are taken not as out- results have been obtained is cause standing examples, but because the for congratulation to the United gentleman is known to the people'States Government." who read what Mr. Hill had to say. Hundreds of reports of better and big gcr yields could be given if it were necessary. i Mr..Hill evidently belongs .to that type of farmer who is so set in his way that- he cannot conceive of pleas- i ant and profitable farming away from trees, snake fences and small farms. Such are of no use to themselves or i the country out here- This country requires people of intelligence who are capable of sizing up new condi- i tions and adapting themselves to them. I Regarding the crops, if he had open- ed his eyes he could see more than [wheat and oats, although even wheat aad oats are good enough crops for j most of the farmers, especially when they can, as they do in Alberta, get as high as sixty bushels of one, and Stratfamore has just organized Young Men's Club. This is a step in the right direction, and one which every town and city in the province would do xeli to take. POLICE PUZZLED ABOUT GANG OF BAD BOYS Vancouver, Nov.. gang of five a I thieving boys have been doing a big business in Vancouver. With jim- mies and other burglar's tools they robbed many bouses. The police are at a loss to know how to deal with the cases as the chief is averse to trving the lads as criminals. our.POINT OF VIEW There was nothing small about what Honorable Duncan Marshall did to his opponent. Ten to one is a record beating for a candidate. Tcrday is election day in British Columbia. There are a good many candidates who will know what it feels like to get licked, before anoth- er day goes by. Our American cousins are taking to-day as a national holiday to re- turn thanks to the Almighty for a bountiful to attend the final football games. Autos Overhauled Now isttie km your JtOTQl- BILES OHERMUIJ) and don't forget we.can doit satisfactorily Tiie Standard Garage Co, Phone 343. Wood St. i ft I ft ft ft 7K fc ft I 7K I 7K ft PROFESSIONAL CARDS MEDICAL DR. physi clan. Bryan Block, Room 21. OlDe- hours 9-12; 2-5; 7-10. DR. W. S. Surgeon, a.m.; 2-3; 7-8 p.m.. Office 914 path St. Phone DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEANl liedpath .Street. a.m.; 2-3; 7-S. -f1 It HORSES HORSES If you want horses call at J. F. Rodger's sale If I haven't what you want I can get them. J. F. Rodgers Sale Stables Wood Street, Lethbridge DR. A. Residence, cor. Phone: Office 277; resicVncf 1 Block. Crabb. 72. DR. J. E. Surgeon, AccoucJier. Oddfellows TMock, Hours: Till 9 a.m., 11 to-lj 3 5, 7 to S. Phone: Day, 104 ni-iit, 342. FORMER WJNN1PEGGER IS IN TROUBLE Grand Forks, N. D., Nov. ROBBED TWO WOMEN A. :Falk and Lyman Depew will be Saskatoon, Nov. an arraigned in the Grand F.orks dis-1 unknown man entered the residence trict court within a few days charged of two women living on the outskirts with embezzlement, having- been bound over for trial. Falk is a form- er Winnipeg resident and was once under itstion arrest there for in a land deal. misirepresen- of the city and bound and gagged and robbed them. After doing this the man ransacked the house for valuables' and on leaving the dwell- ing took with him in cash. ataK.es. J small areas, and hurricanes are never Hill experienced a radical j-heard of, much less experienced. His change of heart. There is now no j talk of summer fallow is answered by Canadian Northwest; for him and few i Ms former neighbor. The good farm-'' Huron .county -farmers are likely to j Cr summer fallows, or as Prof. Camp- if they talk j tell says devotes his land to soil j tillage for a year, and it is only the Medi- j poor farmer who allows it to grow The first aeroplane advertisement ever printed appears in -the current is- one hundred and twenty bushels of sue of The Literary Digest antedating the other to the acre. Fodder crops the prophecy of Rudyard Kipling vby grow in abundance, and the growing a hundred and sixteen years. Aero of alfalfa as well as timothy and oth- jaunts will soon be popular with the cr grasses is an assured fact on the high minded. non-irrigated as well as the irrigated land. I The gentleman's fear of frost, -hail' and hurricane, are purely imaginary. Early frosts are extremely rare, hail is not prevalent and strikes only There should be a good crowd at the public meeting called to-night by the Trades and Labor Council. Con- siderable, enlightenment on municipal CIVIC ELECTIONS 1909 get the Alberta fever with, him for a while. Mr." Hill visited Moose Jaw, cine Hat, Calgary and surrounding sections, interesting himself mainly in the new '.settlements of homestead- ers -and lately arrived farmers from Michigan and other states. His con- up in weeds. No one has got anything to say against "dear, old Michigan." -Al- berta does not try to boost itself by knocking any place The answer elusion is that a Huron county farm-! to Mr. Hill is found in the happy con- er with an improved 40 acres is bet-' tented homes of thousands of people tcr off than he would be in Alberta J from "dear, old Michigan" in Alber- on a quarter section.; The country j ta, who have no desire whatever to is entirely barren of timber and Mr.! go back, except perhaps once in a Hill says he scarcely.'saw'a tree in: while "to see the folks" who have 10 weeks. The only fuel is soft coal not realized the advantage of coming at a ton and that often has to be'' to Sunny Alberta to make a comfort- carted a considerable distance. home for themselves.. tically the only crops that can be j raised are wheat and oats. There is: THE STATES AND THE no-hay but the short prairie OPIUM TRAFFIC and clover, timothy and alfalfa will j" not grow. 'Farmers cut and-bind oats1 fnc Ualtcd States is green their" horses insfcjad 'dom- a noble in the suppression of hay. In many cases men on 100 acres are barely making a living and it is always 18'months before a 'farm-' bcins of the thc Philippine er can get any crop returns after of the opium traffic in the-Orient. It has considered that the moral well- any crop starting in. The land has to be sum- mer fallowed before the first crop can be raised. After this if a field lies idle a season it is covered with a thick growth of underbrush and rose bushes, which get about knee high in a summer. After a farmer gets a .start he usually gets good crops of wheat, but the greatest drawback is. that the crop is never sure nor safe at anv time or season. Islands is of more importance than the profit to be derived from the traffic, and has acted .accordingly to the great beaefit of the people. Thc Indian Witness (Calcutta) has the following complimentary tribute to the work of the great republic in its Oriental colony "An object of a nation renouncing a large revenue on moral grounds has been before the Eastern world for more than a year. The American Will be held TO-NIGHT, Hay In the M mi LETJiOHIOGE' Under the auspices of the Trades and Labcn- Conn: cil.t.o discnss the Ques- tions of the Hour The Chair will be taken atS.30by S. W. TUCKWELL Vice-President of BUY when you have investigated EVERY- THING ON THE MARKET 4. LOOK UP DETAILS at to price, soil, transportation, market terms, etc. We believe We Have the Best Fruit Land Proposition ,._ i COAL Best Lump on the market, per ton Nut coal, delivered. Address postcard to New Barnes Royal View. F. WADDINGTON Phone 2fi! City Agent. D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., ist, 'Eye, Bar, Nose and Thioat' Stafford Block, Lethbridge, Alta, Office 9.30-12' a.m.-, 2-5 pm, 7-8 p.m. DR. GARNET T. 1VES, Graduate lioyal College of Denta Surgeons, Toronto. Stafford Agnen Block, Booms 6 and 8. Hours 9-12 j 1-5. Phone 463. j MISS VERONICA dressing, scalp treatment, mamcun) and facial massage. Acadia Eedpatb. St.." PRIVATE MATERNITY Walwork St., North. Ward. Tele f phone No. 269. per day. Medical cases: per day. Maternity cases: day. Each patient is -expected pay one week in advance and for spirits and.medicines. Dainty, graduate nurse, in charge' LEGAL Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROSJProprietors Office opposite Balmoral LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA, lam of England Benefit Society JOHNSTON E' ters- and solicitors. Office, adjoin ing Union Bank. Lethbridge. L M Joknstone; J.' Korrnan JRitcMe. CONYBEARE, CHURCH St. McAR TH Solicitors, ITo tary Publics and Commissionserg .'Gonybeare Block, .Lethbridge, Alta SIMMONS ors to W. C. Simmons. Barristers Solicitors and Notaries. Money k loan. W. C. Simmons; S. J. Shep herd. j H. A. J. Booa 14, Block. H. H: licitor. Etc. 'Office, Aoadia'.Bl Lethbridgw, Alta. JOHN J. Solicitor. 2 3, (ft Block. in the every first the month at particulars apply W. J. Wade. W. President. Oddhdllom' Hall third Wednesday 8 p.m. For full T. Box M. ON THE MARKET 1- ways receive a hearty welcome. 0. L. Griffith: Banker. W. 4 N, DowMM. STARTLING EVIDENCE GIVEN AT REGINA Charges Made by Local Newspapers Are Proved in Court Regina, Nov. evi- dence was given at the civic investi- gation today. The investigation Is beld as a result of 'charges made In local newspapers tbat the spur track reservation lots nine and ten, in block 200, was eliminated by the city clerk without instructions from the council and that be was persuaded to do this by aldermen who had pri- vate Interests to serve. The evidence was to the effect that the chairman of finance had ordered the spur track reservation -left out" of 'the transfer which will hear out the charges orig- inally made. ADDJSON Under- takers and Embalmers. The oldest established business in the city, Phone 102. .Office and residence 321 Crabb street. Parlors open day and night. T. S. RECTOR AND riages -and equipment- new and ap- to-date. Parlors, opposite fire haH. Open day and night. Phone 3M, P. 0. Box 423. ACCOUNTANT D.. accountaat. Audits, liquidations, general accoumt ing, and advice thereon. Acadtt Block, Lethbridge, Alta. Canada Western Chartered Corporation 'Ltd." Capital Financial Ageiua. Fiscal Brokers. for Roys: Collieries Ltd AH Standard Stocks Handled HfAD K FHE ENSIGN signs, show cards, price tickets, enamelled let- ters, banners, magic lantern slidea, artificial palms, vines, etc. for inter- ior decorations. Co., P. 0. Box 1817, Aotdia Building, Leih> ;