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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1909 Daily Herald Ctecember, 1907 Published by the Daily Herald Print- lag' Co. Ltd., every lawful eveaiuj; Kouaii St., Lethbridge, Iberia. Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director and Editor Subscription Rates. "one year, delivered Daily, six mouths, delivered months, delivered Daily, 'one mouth, delivered Daily, vne year, by mail Daily, six uionihs, by mail Daily, three months, by mail reuses changed often as but boih ni'w ami old dreads must WEEKLY every in 01 and contains a summary the world's uews of tin- wt-ek, Io ;''and On-i year, iu advance uuy. That woks good enough to the man who is accustomed to raising ten to lifteej) lo the- The building of the many schools and churches in Alberta should prove to those who think that the West is going all vo and land that- such CHS.'. The higher things ivceiviujr no small amount" is not UK; of life of' attfiui'iii in this country. Liberals swiri to "i men from which ii candidate for the fort-h- j'jjfj j cojuiiiii byf-fli'ctiori. He will "be a .351 jiifin who can (ill the place of 3.00 j Dr.' Mclmyre. .85 j jtf. i Nine (-lcv.it rs in a town two or ad- j thivo mouths old in'a couiHrv onlv as a THE DAILY HERALD country fast 'level prjierir. The elevators tiro iv.l there but the C. P. i.-? makhig provision for them and thai is indication of what jean b- The country out j there will soon tMr.-ujrh grain bnsv when ihfv picnic ere today ;it Polioe across the river. Kigs corn-eyed the children from the church to the grounds when.' a very enjoyable time Mr. jcut b yall. Sylvoster came into Medicine Hut lust spring and went south to ttl the Bad "Water Lakes about or TO miles south. Ke wasj in town tin: other day and showed jrood result.-; oi his souson's work. Hej had a sample of cucumbers and aj fhu.' of barley. Hw is well pleas with the prospects there. C. lxossit'-T. of Medicine Hat, has a b-l'und volume of the Illustrated London Ist-w> for the year 1857 con- taining many pictures now interest- ing as a mutter of history. One ser- of picture.- illustrates The build- of 'b.'' Atlantic cable and the who interdicted, is fees payable- in respect the list is given with the fees requir- ed. But there is no provision giving .the secretary-treasurer or the the power to refuse to grant any license. Hence it is that laundries and restaurants and-other businesses, all right in some places'but all wrong in others, can set up anywhere they charged witii procuring liquor while interdicted. This is the second time has been up since he was inter- dicted. The authorities have been getting after the land owners who allow the weeds to run wild. About ten cases have been tried ..so far. The fines averaged about five dollars each. One FilOOB 33 JOHN GEDDES GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANT Cffices: Winnipeg and Leth- bridge. Lethbridge Office: 307 Crabb street; Phone 455. G. DeC. O'GRADY, Jr. A 1 quarter section about 1 mile from a thriving vil- lage. Has 5-roomed house barn 16x32, all fenced Also pasture. Has 11 acre? oats, as well as 24 acres seeded to fall wheat Apply Mason Land Co. Stafford Block. Bryan Block Phone 425 THe SOItTHEBII .'ALBEBTJI ll 'AID IHVESTMERt CO, Don't let yaur transmission und differential go too long 3 without being refilled with grease. Grease is cheaper than new bearings. We have a special grease for this pur- pose. Tiie Standard Garage Co, Phone 343. Wood St. North City Market DR. W. S. GALBRAITH-Physicwo Surgeon, Accoucher. a.w.. 2-3; 7.8 p.m. Office 914 Path St. Phone 63. DOCTORS MEW8URN AND DEAN! -Redpath Street. J "CJ, I ---I UUUJttJJQJI. p Jk 9 a.m.. U to.. J "0 5. 7 to 6. night, 342. The Lumber Co. have just received a Carload of clear maple flooring of red birch flooring and of .number one white oak dimension. Watch us -grow. 225-3 1624 LADIES' SACK APRON Paris Pattern No. 1624 All Seams Allowed. Striped gingham or percale has like in the c-ity upon payment of thej-mari was tel1 doUars and was j warned. He neglected the -warning, and "was up again and fined fifty dollars. This time he was Tvaxned that the next time it would mean license. This is not as it ought to be. Peo- ple have businees houses and residences in the city a right to. be protected from other trade fea- tures that will be objectionable to .them. .A laundry for in- 'stance is decidedly objectionable in. a residential district and should uot allowed. Other cities have i.ho pcnver io re- 'these In a Toronto a few days ago, in the report -of Ihe affairs uf the city office, the for is a clipping: application of Loon Hin laundry license at the ..premises 39 -Wilton avenue was un.inimous- refused." council should take steps to "get this power if they have not got it now for it -is certainly in the inter- ests: of the city to have it. BERESFORD'S ADVICE ''Make your own navy -with your is the advice given TO the Canadians. The great admiral has little nse lor Dreadnoughts- and thinks that cruisers are tbe class -of vessels seeded by the Empire. His idea, of the colonial duty corre- sponds with that of the saner part of Canadians, and is that ihe colon- ies should build their own navy of cruisers. vessels art' to be the-'means of protecting own trade routes .and of co-operatinp with occasion utterance of. Lord TVresiord falls like a wet blanket on the the- ories .ind plans of the lojjtl-voiced patriots vrho ranked everyone a trait- or to the Empire who did not throw up his hands and cheer for the Dread- .nought- idea. He has apparently no USl. for that plan of colonial assistancf- to and co-opera- tion with the Mother Country. The sanest patriotism is ever the best, 11 oven if it b--: not the- most spectac- ular or popular. v imprisonment. A farmer near Medicine Hat who lit a fire to see if his weeds were dry enough io burn, allowed the fire to get av.-ay from him, burning- about thirty His horses ran away so ho let the fire run till he cauht But next time he prob- ably let the horses run till he puts out the fire because he was fined ten dollars and costs. Principal McDiarmid, Miss Ma-' veety and Miss McCallum, teachers of the Swih Current schools, spent T Su-nday and Labor Day at Medicine Hat visiting friends. f Halu-ard brothers went to Calgary, 4- to take part- in the athletic meet at J" he Y. M. C. A. on Labor Day. X A lurge number of Medicine Hat people spent the -week-end and La- bar Day-at Banff, The Su-nday school of .the Method- ist church held a verv successful i. been used for this serviceable -gar- ment, -vrhielj is equally adaptable to j gingham, chanibray, linen, duck or denim. It may be developed with, high neck and turndown collar, or with Dutch, round or square neck, j The full sleeves are gathered into nar- row cuffs of the material. Two square pockets ornament the Iront. The pat- tern is in 4 36, 40 and 44 inches, bust measure. For 36 bust the apron requires 7 3-4 yards of material 27 inches wide, or 5 1-2 yards 36 irjQhes wide; 1 1-4 yards of edging-. Price of pattern 10 cents. D HAY orders lor araymg of -all 'kinds promptly attended, to. John Cantin, Hill Block. 212-20 Genera! Teaming We do all classes of teaming on the shortest "notice. faciion guaranteed. If you need coal and you want the best value your money buy, see me. Coal must be paid for on delivery. E. J. TICKNER Box 454. 1258 Red path St. 7 Roomed House London Road near: Westminster S900.00 Cash Will handle this choice 'property. Fully Modsru. Every Convenience Well Located Very Easy Terms of Pay- ment. Hatch. -Coons FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY Phone I5S Oliver .'Block Ribbons for all machines. I Carbon Paper, per box 100 sheets, from .k.... Copying Paper, ream, from Agents for the REMINGTON MACHINES to S140. Call and get terms. WESTERN STATIONERY CO. -Just arrived Stock 10 Japes and Geldings 40 J. F. Rodgers Sale Stables Wood Street. Lethbridge THE MOST SATISFACTORY OF ALL DRINKS as well as the most healthful arid in- vigorating, are those well known car- bonated beverages" bottled by the Lethbridge Brewing 'Malting .Co. Absolutely pure water and ingredi- t ents are used, and this, with the greatest car'e used in have created demand for our goods that is in itself the best evidence of their high quality. COAL Bast Lump on the market, per ton Nut coal, delivered. Address postcard to New Barnes Mine, Royal F, WADDINGTON Phone 261 City Agent. The Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Company, Ltd. LETHBRIDGE MEAT MARKET FRESH ECCS No need to be ufraid of the eggs you buy here when you have them for breakfast. SAUSAGES Only the best meat iised. We're strong on making Phone 405 HILL BLOCK, CRABB ST. OUR POINT OF VIEW It is said That there are only three thousand automobiles all Spain. That is one advantage it possesses ;is a field for agricultural immigra- tion, Peary says nailed the stars and Stripes to the North Pole. It is for- tunate that the pole was wooden and not steel or ice. Every farmer in the country should -co-operate with the weed inspectors in their efforts to keep Alberta clean. The absentee landowners who per- sistently, neglect this duty should be shown no mercy whether they be the P, R. or a homesteader who is off his homestead for six months. If Alberta is to keep its reputation as a land of 'clean 'grain eternal vigil- ance must be exercised. bushels of wheat to the acre is a crop that indicates that the crops this year are as good as A WORD TO THE WISE REGARDING If you have a prescription to be filled yon natarally want it filled with the purest and best of ingredients, and you also .want it put tip exactly as the Doctor has written it. We make spatial effort to buy the purest drugs and chemicals the world produces, and your prescription if brought to tts will bo dispensed by an experienced and qualified druggist and exactly as the doctor intended it. The Red Cross Drug Book Co. THE SAFE, SATISFACTORY DRUG STORE AC ADI A BLOCK Phone 5 REDPATH ST. SAGE-The Pictura Framtr. The Arrow Lake Orchards There are few better investments than in Good B.C. Fruit Lands Our lands are the equal of anything in the shape of B. C. FRUIT LANDS on the market. They will bear inspection. Settlers on our lands are satisfied settlers. Those who have seen our lands proclaim them the best they have seen. Every statement -we make can be verified. Our advertising matter contains no statement is not true. annually from a. good ten acre tract Arrow Lake Lands. After the trees are planted the "labor of caring for them is light. Just as much money can be made out of small fruits and vegetables while the orchard is maturing. No irrigation is required in the Arrow Lake District and we aie selling our lands at a lower price than they are being sold in districts where irrigation is necessary. Host of our land can be irrigated very cheaply, if it is desired to do so. The climate is simply grand, the scenery equal to thing in the world xvith good fishing and hunting and boating thrown in. Would you enjoy'such a'life? It so, join one of our parties and we -will prove our statements. For particulars apply to that of -THE. Arrow Lake Orchards M. FREEMAN, General Agent, Lethbridge, Alta. E. McCANDLlSH, Gen. Agent, Claresholm, Alta. TITLE TO ALL OUR LANDS. Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG-, BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral "ONE: ea Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Roytl Collieries Ltd All Standard Stocks Handled HEAD 8. C. Imperial Bank of Canada HEAD Capital Authorized CapiUI Paid Up Reurve Fund D. R. WILKIE President HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY Vice-Pres. Accounts of Corporations, Municipalities, Merchants, Fanners and Private Individuals inrited. SAVINGS attention is giren to Savings Bank Accounte. and upwards received and inter- est ulloired it current rate from date of depoait. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH-W. R. 8EATLE, Manapr. Begin Block, Round St., betide Beutky'e Store. LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA, No- 293, Sons of England Benefit Societ) Meets in the Oddfedllowa' Hull every first and third Wednesday tbe month at 3 p.m. For full particulars apply W. J. Wade. Fred T. Robiue> President. Sec.. Box 67. Me la. Meets 1st and Srd M o n d ays In K. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting orethren are cordially invited. ASHCROFT, W.P. 24-ly GUS NEIOIG, W.t. A.F. Si A.M., O.rt.A. Lethbridge Lodge Regular meeting night, the third Thursday of each' month In the Masjnio Hall, P, 0, Block, at a p.tDv- Vifliting brethren will al. receive a hearty welcome. A.- 0. Meater. W.M. 6. V. Btorkey, P. O. Box 6S7, MUSIC LEGAL JOHNSTON E R ITCH IP t> _ ARpH.TECTS AND CONTRACTORS VM. T. A F B Room, Whitney Block. A. Macdopald Block. Bedpatb ArcZxitectural anything. Addrcss7LethbrSge P WtractorM and con- mates free of cost on m the building trade, ER8ERT RAMSDEN-Gontractorfor foundations, concrete -walks base- meats and all kinds of Terms reasonable Esti- mates cheerfully given. Apply Box 630. City. UNDERTAKING DDISON Under established business in, the nd S. FETTERLY-FUNERAL Dl- RECTOR ANO EMBALMER-Car nagea and equipment new %nd up to date Parlors opposite flxfhtif Open day aad night. Mt P. 0. Box 493. Modern Woodmen of America .Lethbridge Camp No. 13869 Meets in tbe Oddfellewa Hall every econd and fourth Wednesday of month. Visiting neifhbow will al. waya receive a hearty welcome. Coun- cillor, C. L. Griffith; W. A, Dickon: N. 1 ;