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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAQtTWO THE LtTHBRlhGc HERALD. TUESDAY, 5LPTEMBER 21, 1909. Daily Herald IM7 Published by the Daily Herald Print- ing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening office, Aouad St.. Lethbridge, Alberta. Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director and Editor Subscription Daily, one year, delivered Daily, eix niouths, delivered Daily, months, delivered one month, delivered Daily, ooe year, by mail Daily, six months, by mail Daily, three months, by mail Addresses changed a? often handicaps as landseekcrs under th-i citizens just a few yards away no gas is u.sed, because as yet for reason connection cannot be though it is understood that better land than that j tho citizens ace willing to pay cost Canadian system- have. There will be a much greater .riisil some here on Cotuber the first when some townships of old 2.00 1.00 ,35 3.00 1.75 .85 de- ad- sited, but- both now and dresses mast be given. WEEKLV PuDlished every Wednesday in eight pages, and contains a summary it ;.tM workl'S news of the week, local iud foreign. GC 'n opened yesterday will be available. It is estimated that the crowd after that 1'uxl will be between five hun-j dred and a thousand, and if the nres-1 ent system is then used it will not be j surprising if there are some serious j accidents, if not fatalities. The j change should be made at once. j Of -the piping: as well.-as for the gas. City Insures Its Employees i The council last night had some OUR POINT OF VIEW trouWe getting' the employers1 That burglar who got caught in the j liability insurance settled. They had j eliirnnfy will not. bi; an applicant for j tackled tho mutter several times be- Sant i Glaus' job 'next Christmas, j j-osv but could not get it satisiactor- i jiy arranged. F ually they called for When Chinamen, striko and men on the basis of a. flat rate cannot fret clean shirts for Sunday, COVeringL every employee of the city. that is bringing matter rather tenders were nil to be in yester- close home. 'day. When t-hc tenders carne up for (discussion, B. Hatch wrote txs'cinjj for In spite of the efforts of the gov- time xo girt the rate lYonr tho head Good assort- ment of Bar and Table I Glassware f Just PROCURE ALL TOOK HOT WATER BOTTLES And Rubber Goods at The PEOPLED DRUG STORE NORTH WARD Prices Reasonable and Quality Guaranteed W.P.J.. -ALEXANDER, Phone 445 Prescription Specialist. Night Bell Graduate Druggist and Optician. S159 ernments at Washington and Helena .75, the immigration from Montana is; ham Fret-man, Macleod and Gra- submitted a long list of difler- double of what it was last year. rates. A. K. Ives a THE-DAILY HERALD i Those Montana people know a good j flat rate of 52-a hundred with a'ddi- U! "U at the following olaces; j when tlu-y se.e it. Itional propositions which practically -S'Jge. J- G Robertson; amounted to accident insurance. J. Co.. J-. D. Higinbotham o.. j difference 11. Rakin Co. submitted a sealed Robertson j Higinbotham Co., Co.. K- W. Ham- what part of Alberta the homestead with a letter. jUen. Hand in, there are hundreds and j Ay some of tie agents apparently E. J, Mitchell, D-_ 1" i thousands oi people it, at the still unabie to quote as the rate of ten or twenty for every i council wanted, Aid. Hatch, moved iness of that city. 3Ioaey is tegin- j iha-t tJie matter be referred back ag- rung to move more froely with the JOHN GEDDES GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANT Offices: Winnipeg and Leth- bridge. Lethbridge Office: 3G7 Crabb street; Phone 455. G. DeC. O'GRADY, Jr. Agent. Pincher Creftk McCrea. Bri-8. Drug Bool Co. J, Svafford. Fernie, E. Suddaby. Cranbrook, Atcnison. L. Reinecke. Grassy Tughaia. Bow F. Werts. MEDICINE HAT -NEWS j The big crop in the Medicine Hat district 'has meant much for the bus- Bryan Block PAone 425 Storage Apply: Tile SOliTHrlli ILBERTA INVESTMENT CO. CARDS DR. W. 8. GALBRAITH--Phf8icun. Surgeon, Aceoucher, 0 a.m., 3-3; 7.8 p.m. Office 914 path St. Phone 53. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEANft Street. ft-ni...2.3, 7-8. Stafford cor- Bonipas and 277; J. E. LOVERlNG-PhysicUo AccoucUer, Oddfellow Block. Till 9 a.m., u w j 3 to 5. 7 10 8. f hooe. 'day krm 343. D. A. TAYLOR ,4.0.. C.M ist. Eye, Ear, Noee and Throat Stafford Block. Lethbridge. Office Hours-9.30-12 a.m.. g.j "-3 p.ca. TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES prospects ain and that they find out what oth- marketing of the grain aJic noi i_er cities have done. When this pro- ]OOk good for a busy fall. position was made, JL. Ascjuitfa. of the ...Considerable civic improvements CARBIDE I FIGHTING FOREST FIRES -the -fire fiend an enor- mous '.undertaking Alberta wheat this year only the quantity but the It is doubtful if there ever was a crop 1 J. I. Eakin Co. asked for been commenced. The building anywhere, 'ffhere so large a sioa to speak emd asked the council j of several new cement walks and cross age of the grain is to the to stay by tenders which would liags are under construction at pres- standard. be only Tair to the tenderers. The j ent and will add much, cojth in ap- Mayor thought the tenders should, be j pearance to the pub- bia and it is a hopeful sign to see R 'ti-sh Colum--1 Tlie -of Kejatucky. cannot be'-opened but Aid. Hatch vrantod to. see MIC of tie city. accustomed to very large thi'ngs. The, more competition. The mayor -still j The new .high school building, the Fcankfort News has a cut of theheld that the tenders should be dealt corner stone of which was laid their plant! the 'provincial government and bridge with a write-up in j with regularly and was supported in; short time ago, is ahead rapid- municipalities taking the matter of which it- says that the bridge is 150 i this by Aid. Bowman, King, and Ad- j ly and is now completed to the first .protection of the forests feet" high and 300 feet- long. If a jams. The tender was opened and; floor. p t d ities-bridge oi tilat lvortla making j was an offer to cover tJie liability of j It is reported from reliable sources owns an j cuts of, what would they .do .if they all employees regardless of oecupa- j that the Western Canneries Co. will tion for per hundred, fulfilling i commence operation in every requirement of the Workmen's. here in the near future. Compensation Act of Alberta, j iy to Aid. Hatch Mr. j said t-iiat Jilr. Kobinson had said that 1 the pay roll of tho ciiy was about [SlChOQO a month or S120.000 a year, a hundred, the premium would amount to Sl.SOO. The coai- the railways and other ill be popular all. over Canada.- The was to refund differ- interested corporations should all j nominee is widely-known in all parts unite and thus spend their money j of-the Dominion and-is recognized to the best advantage. It does not a man with qualifications' emin- take much-.-tiine or money to burn ently fitting for such a position. He We have just received a large shipment of CARBIDE. Call and jj- get our prices on large f if or small quantities. 1 J. protection of the from- fire into serious consideration, j had ._ It has always-been a great, problem; feet miie long. in all countries where there are glad the News gave as much: ests. The work in British Columbia j publicity as they did but wish they] will mean the expenditure of money f had been better informed. and the people might as well face j that fact at once an-d proceed to put': The nomination of F. C. Wade. K.C. it up. It is aa .espendituie in which jior the position of lieutenant- 51-50 the province the municipalities, the nor of British Columbia is one. that ;w Standard Garage Co. Phone 343. Wood 8t. down a forest '-or a community, but it takes a'lot of both to have either replaced. if the paj-roll -was fcelow the 000 .and would expect to be nxtra if it ran over that sum. The council thought that was very fair Aid. Hatch withdrew-his motion. and another that the ten- has never been a narrow partisan, j and is of such standn? in the prov-' ince that the appointment could j der of '7: T- Co- he accepted.-! j not possibly be considered in the way! Passed. The insurance takes i of a reward for political services ren-' effect at ?0 that ae win i It- is the unanimous opinion of all who either' were in. or watched the rush at that something ough't to be doiie to get a better of handling business. Under the present system of allow- iug the first man in to Sle on. his homstead causes a frantic desire dered. The man and the would well fit .togeflier. position i suffer no toss if any employees in- Jured. Pipe Gas i o the City F. R.-F.-McKitrick, of the Jstaff, resumed Saturday night from over a month's -driving trip through j T coiaitrv" between. and on the part oi-all the laadssekers to ,_. f. pfapie Creek. Driving- as far as Sev- be the first 'or as closa to tne ._, ___ as possible. The result is a scene .and a condition that is brutal de- moralizing and disgusting. iTen and women camp for two or three days; at the la-nd oSce and do not leave :the place for any reason evert the meet urgent. The person j is the best noi from the -standpoint oi nerve or determination, j but .but oi physical strength, WJDS oat now oeing donebv as far as having tne position he de- houses all the aires at the beginning of the rush, j way to Hat_ But fhat is no guarantee that even crops On a Charge Of Seduction Persons, he was able to get out i away irom the railway and see the j country 10 better advantage than jirom a car window. From Seven xe railway was vsed to Hat, Irvine and ilaple William Devine, who just returned to Lethbridge a few days ago found himself under sirest on a charge of seductiou. The case was remanded for a week. j .W. A. Wood, the professional The poor mail service now existing i is a great .detriment to trade from it is. there is con- gambler arrested last w-eck "was al- lowed -out on bail yesterday morning, bail being; fixed in the amount- of S150 cash or two securities of. each. He will be tried on Saturday on the charge of cheating at- cards. In tne man's valise examined by MONEY to LOAN Farm Lands and r City Property at S per cent, iriterest Terms of paj-ment ar- ranged to suit borrower Hatch Coons FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY Phone 159 Oliver Block Ribbons for a41.machines..41 Carbon Paper, per box ICO sheets, Copying Paper, ream, from Agents for the REMINGTON MACHINES to Call and get terms. WESTERN STATIONERY CO. Just arrived at Stock Yards XT. Sale Stables Wood Street. Lethbridge If You'll But Taste No Time You'll Waste in ordering a case or two of oiir carbonated bottled beverages. Your t'ancy may be for ginger ale lemon or cream soda, birch, beer sarsaparilla. oi some of the many mineral or table Craters. See our list, taste our" drinks, and your family will be served by us The Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Company, Ltd. COAL Bast Lump on the market, per ton Nut coal, delivered. Address postcard to New Barnes Mine, Royal View. VVADDINGTON Phoue 261 City Agent. Coal, ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG- BROS. Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral I PH O N the "oolice were found devices -of all j JLiiC Lilt ULtyjJUUI, LiUC UJSUTiti- then he will be first. Others oot sat- j aro excellent and safe> much thresh. sorts used of this class-card isfied with their own strength organ- j -mg. already been done and the fluids and other requisites ize 3. band of helpers "to shove him j js yielding: well. j art of tne Sute ttiing gambler. He suggests another excursion of Nine Pacfe of cards ia a11 were found in." The- result-, is that as the time for the. opening of the office approach- es. the scenes are sometimes abso- lutely disgraceful. In the rush yes- terday many "were injured, more the Board of Trade to Seven Persons in Hs or even on to Medicine Hat. There' is no reason The boulevard nuisance is not done a-fcy Lethbridge "aid wiih 7et- Two more appeared yester- day morning for taking the boule- less, and, the Teckless brutality dia-j-bors and pull together till they get; V3rd trip- played, by many meai was such, as telephone connection, when they can1 should not be allowed much less things over and get tetter ac- v j-quainted. 'While on this excursion the Such a-condition is not fair to the i'board coaW consult with Coaldale. landseeker. Theie have been scores jTaber. Grassy Lake. Burnett and eminently respectable intending j Bow Island ia regard to the possi- settlers who have 'come here after: bility of combining' and piping gxs going to considerable 'rxpense spying from "CM Olory" to Lethbridge. Or -out the land, to settle down if they j if a pipeline would be too expensive caa get a piece of-land. But "when why not burn gas at the well and the- time comes they have to be a send electricity on a -wire. Gas tot- party in tiie crush-, and in it they, j tied up in either rocks or pine is Permits Will Hit a Million because they have less brute strength are shoved aside by bigger aien or by organized violence. It is not fair to It is not fair to the coun- There is little doubt, judging from the' present indications that the amount of building permits will pass the million "mark. Permits to the amount of But it is not alwaysv out morning, impossible to overcome difficulties. 1 ,The Co' are erecting a warehouse on Round St.. at. a cost The Hudson's Bay Co., a stable and coach house Jon, Smith nobody any good. There may; be difficulties, mpossitfle to Regarding -the recent letter of Mr. Winters, of Medicine Hat, about try to shove aside-a settler who "will develop the land in favor of a navvy Bridge gas, the Hera'.d's travelling who will do no more home- correspondent states that at for S- M' Brooks. a ridge the gas from Dunmore well iststore Aiding on Westminster road being used in the C. P. R. build ings'for W- Stine- a frame but that in the buildings df the pri-' Celling on Turner street for stead duties sell His three or six years -on -the land are prac- tically a -dead loss to the country. Kvery man. -.should have an equal chance, regardless of his age, his muacula? Strength, his nationality, color or any other consideration ex- cept that he is capable of using the land the government, is giving him. The present way -of doing things w 'not fair to the. .office staff. They should not be -to be police- men., and haTe themselves pulled and battered to- pieces keeping back a mob of tod-crazy people: The rush makes a. demand of them in the office that should not be necessary, The generally expressed- opiaion is that" the fairest way to it is to let all the applicants draw lots for their turn at the? filing wicket. Every- one then has an, equal chance. Men who went through the recent Flat- head land rueh- in. -Washington State but who got EO la'ad expressed them- 1 selves as perfectly satisfied. They are no worse off than they" were and had to endure no such hardships or GIVE THE LITTLE SUCKERS A CHANCE." Or in other words, Make Darling" just as happy, healthy and comfortable as ia possible, and this you can best do by of Baby's such aa Feeding Bottles, Nippks, Baby Ponder, Puffs, Soap, Soothers, Bab'y Foods, Medicines, etc. at The Red Cross Drug Book Co. THE SAFE, SATISFACTORY DRUG STORE Day and Kight Phone 5 Acaclia BlocV Night Bell Redpath Street Oiipemer. Picture Frawier. EXCURSION DON'T THE DATE Tuesday Morning, 2.20, Sept. 21st TO THE HOME OF THE BIG RED APPLE The Eleventh Excursion to the Fruit Lands of the Arrow Lake Orchards will start on the above date from Leth- bridge, and corresponding dates from other points, taking in the Nelson Fruit Fair on the way. If you want to see this glorious country now is your chance .THE. Arrow Lake Orchards M. FREEMAN, Gfentral Agent, Lethbridge, E. McCANOLlSH, Gen. Alta. TITLE TO ALL OUR Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers.' for Royal Collieries Ltd All Standard Stocks Handled HEAD B. C. LODGE PRIDE OF No. 293, ALBERTA, Imperial Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE-TORONTO Capital Authorized Capital Paid Up Fund D. R. Wilkie, President. Hon. Robert Jaffray, Vice-President. Acconnta of Corporations, Municipalities, Merchants, Farmers and Private Individuals invited. SAVINGS attention ie given to Savings Bank Deposits of and upwards received and inter- est allowed from date of deposit. _ .____________________ LETHBRIDGE R. SEATLE, Begin Block, Bound St.. Bentley'a Store. Sou of Englaol Benefit Society Meets in the Oddfcdllowa' Hall every first third Wednesday the month 8 p.m. For fall particulars apply W. J. Wade, Fred T. W. Preiident. Sec.. Box 67. Meets 1st and 'ird Mondays inK.ofP Hall at 8 o'clocJt. Visiting orethren are cordially invited. ASHCROFT, W.P. 24-ly GU5 NE10IG, WJ. A.F. it Q.R.A, Lethbtidfe RefulftT meetinf night, the third Thursday of each moixth in the Maaomc Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Viaitinf brethren will ways Teceive a: hearty welcome. 1. C.rMeAtet, W.M; G, V. Stotkey, Secretary, P. 0. Box Wft. Modern Woodmen of America Lethbridge Camp No. 13689. in the Oddfellows erety 4 second and fourth Wednesday of the l> month, yiaittng .aeighbore will wAys receive hearty welcome. jcHlor. C. L. Qriffltb; W. i Clerk. N. -1--1U1JLU. J31 Block, Rooms 6 and e 1-5. Hour G.A.DAtNTY-Graduate _r. opened a privte matermtv hos- i St__ Obstetrical easee 50 per day. Treatment'cLee. .00 per day Young children. .50 per day. Patients arc -xpect- pay one week ir> advance, and pay for own medicines and spirits. Phone 269. pital Hsoa to S3. ed to MUSIC JOHANNES H. MACMILLIAN-Po pil of Henri Verbruggen, of Italy; Carl Simina, of Berlin, Get' many High Class Scotch music specialty. Open .for recitala. bao quets, concerts, etc For terms AD plycjo Royal Collieries, Lethbridft W" P- J' ALEXANDER A T CM, A 0 C M Toronto Conservatory of -Music; Gold Med- Conservatory of Mus- ic; Whitby.: is prepared to accept a limited Jiumber of pupils in voice culture and piano instruction. Concert engagements accepted Ad- dress People's Drug Store, West- P- 1S43- 1.EGAL JOHNSTONE Sc R ITCH IE-Barrio tew and solicitors. Office adjoia- uig Union Bank, Lethbridge. L M Johastone; J. STorman Ritchie. W. c. Simmfins.-Rarriatftrs So- .o Notariea. Mo-ney to Ipan a.Sammous s. J. Shepherd" C. F. P. CONYBEARE, K.C., .0 C L Barrister, Solicitor. Etc Office' XJoaybeare Block. Lftthbridtte Al- berta, Rotary. Room 14 gut SURVEYING -c._ommioo Surveyor, irrigation and Hv- drauhc Engineer. Room 5. Whi ney Block. Phone 205. ARCHITECTS AND VM. T WiLLIAMS-Architecj. Wfaiu ney Block. Late of Williams Bros Architects, Detroit. B. ROLFSON-Arcbitect. Boom Whitney Block. JAS. A. Macdonald Block. Redpatb Stre.v Lethbridge Alta. ant Specialwt in Fireproof. mg. samUtion. beating and r V'- c- JMfw Lethbridge Office. Btyai Block nurtijut by day or week, Mrs. C. E. Gray, MIB J i.. 314 Cutbill St house off Bedpath, or 87. 336-13 IEORGE builder. Estimates tee. and alteratiena lem- porary office City Bakery. Ford 3i or Box ass, City I. H. Drafts- man and contractor. cheerfully girea. If you want to our new ideag in oonstraction let us show you. They cort anything. Addreea WILLIAM and con- tractor, ia prepared to give etti- free of cost on all of work in the building trade, includ- ing, repairs, alterations, Box fill Lethbndge. IERBERT RAMSDEN-Conttactor for foundations, concrete walks, base- ments and all kinds of concrete work. Terms reasonable. Esti- mates cheerfully given. Apply BOJ S30. City. UNDERTAKING ADDISON Under takers and Embalmers. olden established business in the city Phone 108. Office And 321 Crabb St. open day and night. T. S. FETTERLY-FUNERAL Dl RECTOR AND riages and equipment new up to date. Parlont pppoeite flit hall Open day 'and night. P, 0. Box 495. ;