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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ALBIRTA TH U RSDAY; I L_r2 9 0 0 Daily Herald Printed by the Daily Herald Print lug Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at itt office, Rouud St., I-ethbridge, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Di- rector and Editor. Subscription Ratw Daily, one year, delivered...... Daily, month, delivered, 2.60 Daily, three 1.00 Daily, one month, delivered Daily, ooe year, by. mail tM Daily, aix months, by mail J.75 Daily, three months, by mail .85 Herald, one year 1.50 Addresses changed as often as de- sired; but both new and old address must be given. Subscribers will please remit with order which should be given for apecified term. Remit by Express Order, P.O. Order, and Bank Money Order. irdera may be scut direct or through any newsdealer. Address commun icationg to THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD, Lethbridge, Alberta, Ca nada, (f our friends who favor us with man UBcript for publication wish to have rejected articles returned thej must in all cases send stamps fo that purpose. .NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers who fail to receive th Daily Herald will please notify th business office, by phone or other wise, at the earliest possible mo- ment. BO that prompt delivery may be ensured. to ensure change of contract adver- honor tisement in the Daily Herald, copy hood, should be sent in uot later than 6 o'clock p. m. of the evening before publication. Transient display ad- vertisements will be received up to 10 o'clock a. m. of the day of pub- lication, and want advertisements up to 2.00 p. m. ADVERTISING RATES Want cent a 1 word each insertion. No advertise- ment for less than 25c. Sir con- secutive insertions lor price of four. Initial letters, abbreviations, and "c" marks, each figure and words count as full words. When replica are to be forwarded send lOc. extra to cover postage. Terms cash. Births, and every insertion. Contract Display Rate card at "Daily Herald" Of- fice. cents per count line; dis- count to regular advertisers. Stibjtct to advertise- ments subject to approval of man- agement of "Daily Herald." Canada press the otlier uiiy to the effect that thousands of Mormons were streaming into the country uud that it would not be long before tik-ni were as many Mormons in Albertu as WSSR ut in circulation no uouut m an ort to arouse feeling in Eastern Cu- adu whore attempts have been muck' before to create prejudice against heso peoplo. Tiic statement iu the .same despatch hat the Mormons would establish Mormon Separate Schools is news to iverybody in this district and to the Mormons more than any others. The schools in the Mormon districts urc public schools. In many cases the enchers arc Gentiles and Contilo )oys and girls sit at the same desks as the Mormon boys and girls. Whoever inspired the despatch was narrow, bigoted falsifier. PifTer- cnce of'belief with the Mormons is pcrmissablo but attempts to stir up antagonism to these people, who al- ways conduct themselves as good ci- tizens, by putting in circulation ab- solutely untrue statements, will win the condemnation of all fair-minded, citizens. PREVAILING PRAYER Subject of Evangelist McHardyY Dis. course at Wesley Church OUR POINT OF VIEW Saskatoon is not going to be be- hind Lethbridge. It has voted 000 to its Board of Trade for publi- city work. A town in Saskatchewan is to be named Kiplinjr. That's a greater honor for the author than knight- That the new government in Now Brunswick is not Conservative' is pro- ven by the. fact that one of the lead- ing Liberals of the province, Johi Morrissey, holds the important port- folio of Minister of public works in the recently formed cabinet. The subejct of .Mr. McMry's dis- course t the Kvangelistic service at Wesley church last night, was "Pre- vailing and was listened to with close attention. The evangelist pointed out there was a marked difference between say- ing prayers and praying. Many peo- ple said their prayers who never pray- ed and the why no results were experienced was because they were never burdened with a sense of need. He bused his text upon AcU "Behold he prayeth." The Scriptures referred to was the story of the con version of Saul of Tarsus, afterwards the great Apustle Paul. was a hard a drunk- ard gambler, or a licenscious a self-righteous Pharisee. He knew nothing of saving grace, but was intensely religious, knowing nothing of God's power. Clothed with authority from the priest he was engeged in a work Vut he considered was doing God's ervice, but which he was soon to ee was a great mistake. Suddenly God appeared to him, as e appears often to men today. Saul ecognized God at once and asked. What wilt Thou have me to Saul got conviction and yielded all his powers to God and became the reat apostle to the Gentiles. Ananias, delegated by God to peak to Saul, was hard to convince hat Saul was seeking the. true light, even when told by God, "Behold he jniyc'th." Ananias no doubt, h'ad of- ten prayed himself for Saul, but like many others, was surprised when his prayer was answered. Every Christ A FINE SHOW The great Arington Comedians" wijli their superb t ladies' Polmatior sisters at-the'-op'era' house all next week..'giving a new ajul 'play every.night. This is one of the finest chnpumes on the" road, and has hosts of friends in Lethbridge peoiple know n good show when they see it, and are very liberal in Umir patronage of anything that pleases them, and the Arington Company the Pomatier Sisters can certainly please the most critical. The seats are now on sale for the opening night at Higinbotham's Drug Store. general admission, 75 els; children, 50 a special matinee Sat- urday afternoon for ladies at'35 cts., and children 15 cts. DAILY HERALD NEWS AND OF- FICE 0. D. AUSTIN, City Editor. JOHN TORRANCE, CanvatMr, Col- .Jtctor and Assistant Business Man- agtr. MISS GRIMM, Accountant. JOB DEPARTMENT. The Herald Job Department is the best equipped in Southern Alberta. All classes of work handled expe- ditioualy and satisfactorily. Walter Jo'rdan, Manager of the Job Depart- ment. 106. The Cranbrook Herald very kindlj, "The Lethbridge Herald has "done an immense amount of gooreally prays does God hear and "Be- hold ho prayeth." Saturday. April tant live stock sale, iu- cludingcarloaclinilk cows Monday, April I3-HouseLold Furniture and Effects on .premises corner Cutbill and Courtland Streets Wednesday, April superior Household Fur- niture at by C. F. Harris, Esq. For fuller particulars see fu- ture announcements or apply to Letltbridge Unction Hart, 111 Bound 5t Phone SI i mm u in u-M tin nimiiiiiiiiii mi ALWAYS FRESH -V-rv FEATHER IN ALBERTA'S CAP The Alberta Government deserves all the credit for the Bell Telephone Co.'s abandonment, of the western field. Alberta instituted a telephone sys- tem of its own ancLnmde such a suc- cess of it that the Bell Co. real- ized that it had an oppon- ent in the business that was bound to get the support of the people and that sooner or later the Bell would lose ground. Alberta's adoption of a. govern- ment system put ginger into the Man itoba government, which had had a telephone policy but nothing else. The government of that province, be- ing pledged to government ownership of telephones, and observing the ra- pidity -with which a much younger province, Alberta, was constructing a government system, negotiated witg the Bell people and bought out the corporation's holdings in ifani- toba. The Alberta government's energetic policy opened the eyes of the Bell Co. and made it realize that its days were numbered in the Canadian West. Manitoba received the benefit of that awakening in being able to buy out the Bell Company much more conven- iently than it -would have been able to do had Alberta not tried govern- ment ownership and operation and made it a success. Alberta's initiative in this matter has not only given Manitoba a gov- ernment system, but it forces Saskat chewan to a similar course. It will only be A short time before the Bell interests in that province will be taken over by the government and then the three great prairie pro- vinces -will be served by government lines, owned hy the people and oper- ated by the people for the service of the people nt the minimum of cost to the people. The success of the telephone move- ment in Alberta is primarily due to Hon, W. IT. Gushing and the people of Alberta of the present and future generations will ever be under the deepest obligation to this sane, business man for his success in bringing into the" possession of JtjK province one of the greatest of pub- lic utilities. The Fourth Estate repeats a gooo story told by "Bob" Davis, formerly of The Call and now on the editorial staff of. Muns'ey's. While Davis was connected with a paper in a rough- and-ready western town; a shabbily dressed stranger walked in one day and asked for some old clothes, al- though his own were fairly good The staff contributed, and, to the surprise of every one, the stranger pulled out and paid for a year's subscription to the paper. Then, having donned the contributed cloth- ing, he hastily departed. He had been gone but a little while when the sher- iff cume in looking for a horse thiei. His description fitted the stranger to a nicety. "He was in said the foreman, "and went up the street when he left. If you hurry you will catch him." Davis was surprised. retorted the forman with freezing dignity, "you wouldn't have me go back on a subscriber, would OUR LETTER BOX Ellison German Food is not only superior in taste to all otner cereals, you ever ate, but is more economical. One package makes 501bs. when served. It cqoks up smooth and free from lumps OATS FOR THE HORSE AND WHEAT FOR MAN i A creamy-white delicious A real surprise for breakfast and can be served in nnmberless dainty ways for luncheon. and dinner desserts Your grocer has it now Ellison Ming Elevator Co. Ltd. Raymond Magrath Lethbridge We make daily deliveries of all our bottled goods, and we can be depended upon for absolute prompt- ness with -all orders. If you want the best, for purity and flavor, ask your dealer for our bottliug. If he can't supply you we will LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, LTD. C.F.P.Conybeare, K.C., B. Morton B. C. L. CONYBEARE JONES Barristers, Solicitors, Etc. Office: Conybeare Block Ltthbridge, AIU.' 22-lyr. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. Office: Southard' Block. B. C. MOORE Funeral Director and Embaimer to Presbyterian Church. Oflice Phone 102. Residence 136. F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitney Block. 39-0 WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TE MPERANCc UN I ON Meet in Methodist .Wesley Church every third Friday _in the month at 13.30 p. m. Visitors always welcome. MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, Pres. MRS. CHAS. McCLENAGHAN, 83-0 Secretary. An Irishman one day- went 'into a barber's shop to get shaved. After he was seated and the lather about half applied, the b'arber was called to an adjoining room, where he was de-1 tained for some time. The barber had in the shop a pet monkey, which was continually imi- tating his master. As soon as the latter left the room the monkey seized the brush and pro- ceeded to finish the son of Erin's face. After doing this he took a razor from its case and it, and then turned to Pat to shave him. "Shtop said the latter firm- ly. "Ye.can tuck the towel in me! neck and put the soap on me face, but, begorrah, yer father's got to shave me." iiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiii THE SCHOOLMASTER ABROAD Editor, Lethbridge'Herald, the Herald of March 21 you said, in speaking of the cost to the town on debentures, pay- able in thirty years at six per cent. "Thirty year debentures for 000 at six per cent, will eventually cost about or about 95350 a year." j It would puzzle a Philadelphia lawyer to prove the correctness of that statement can readily perceive, for since yearly interest on at six per cent, is -which in thirty years amount to to which add- the principal, which then becomes due leaves as the total payment. If the sinking fund can be invested at six per cent. it will require but to be paid in yearly to amount to at the end of thirty yenr.s or in all. If to this suiu bu fiuueu the yearly payments of interest it will amount to in all. If the sinking fund is invested at five per cent, it would require a year- ly payment into the fund of or during the thirty years. This sum added to the paid in interests amounts to only or less than as stat- ed by you. Should the sinking fund be invested at less than five per cent, the annual payments into it would require to be larger. .But even with the sinking fund in- vested at only three per cent., the annual payments into it still be less than yearly. DAVID CURRIE. Montreal Witness Office. March 26. L. M. JOHNSTONE Barrister and Solicitor Office Union Lethbridfte. W! I er VI m R. G. ADD I SON Blairmore, Alta. FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EM- BALMER Office Phone Phone 28 d.t.f. Meets isl- and 3rd Mondays inK.of P: Hall at 8' o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. "S, G. 24-ly. T. W. S. Lethbridge Nest of Owls GREAT SLAUGHTER! i i Lethbridge Nest of Owls, No. 159. will meets the second Thursday oi. each month in K. of P. Hall. G. V. STORKEY, Secretary. C. ROSS TATE. President. M; PRIEST, Junior Past Stock of Men's Furnishings is under the knife. No Quarter Given. Forced Sale. Lease ex- pires; must quit. No other store to be had Must Vacate Premises by END OF APRIL Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 29o. Sew of [BDliil bwfit Societj in the of 'Pythian Ha'.l evwrj? flrxtutid third in the month at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren always wel come. Walter Apploby, Fred T. Robins, W. 1'reaiJent. Box 57. 9-1, A FALSEHOOD PURE AND SIMPLE The enemies or the Mormon people in this country resort to falsehood of the most glaring nature in their ef- forts to injure these people in the miiwtm of the. citizens of Canada.. The despatch sera to the eastern j F'T 12. 4 Raphael Tuck Sous Go's newest and best in COLORED EMBOSSED GILDED FLITTERED Easter Post Cards Arrived Yesterday Twelve for 25c 2! Cents Each IH mi uni in Columbia Restaurant Open Day and Night FRESH OYSTERS Candies, Cigars, Japanese Goods. Meal Tickets S5 per Week Next door to Coaldale Hotel The Hadley-Roberts Co. A Complete Line of Con- fectionery and Fruit Bananas arrive weekly from Spokane Phone 211 Phone 211 nna omiKG m Short Order fetwetn Meals CARROLL DOYLE W I 300 Men's Custom Tailored Suits of the finest Fabrics that money can buy. Made in the very very latest styles for Grey, Brown and Blue Worsteds. 200 do. of Scotch and West of England's Tweeds. ISO Boys' Suits in 2 or 3 pieces. 75 Men's Rainproof Overcoats. 300 Pairs Men's Fine Pants. 250 Pairs Working Pants. 25 Doz. Working Shirts. 20 Doz. Fine Top Shirts. 50 Doz. Working Gloves, buckskin, horse-hidt and hojskin. 35 Dozen Hats in the latest styles and IN Doz. Men's Socks. TO Doz. Overalls. 150 Working Coats, in brown and black duck. 300 Pairs Woollen Blankets. ISO Pillows. 700 Pairs Fine Shoes. 400 Pairs Working and Valises, Etc., Etc. V Remember, the entire stock has to be cleared in one month, so you would do well to call early and secure the goods at your own price before stock is picked IS NOW ON L. KB EL V I OLIVER BLOCK LETHBRIDGE LETHBRIDGE ".ODut NO. 38 C. B. P> 6. E. Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesday ,t each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. SHARHAN. M PRIEST; E- R. Secretary. Lodge NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall evcvy sec-- and and fourth Mondays in month. I Employers requiring certificated gineers, and out of employ-i ment, would do well to with vu. ROBERT NEVIN, Chief. GEO. BRUCE. Secretary.! LEADING MONTREALLER Montreal, April Hood, one of Montreal's oldest best known citiions, died today aged I 79 years. 4, BELLEVILLE J3 HAPPY ____ Belcville, Ont.r April 1.-Small f is entirely stamped out -in this city and the pest house closed. 1 ;