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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta i.ETHURlDGk, ALbtRTA FRIDAY, A P H I L I til Daily Herald A series' 01 ui'tieles on .the disadvan- tages of college life in the north. .General Booth proposes u lux on Inicheloi-s. ileJidersou ought Printed by the Daily Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful'evening at Us office, Rou Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Di- rector and Editor. to copy that idea right here in bridgc. The city is jammed full of bachelors. A lax of u year OUR LETTER BOX. Editor of tlie Hi-raid, would be pleased if you would insert tin1 following from the llritish Weokly. It appears in the would them gel n hustle on, of correspondence conducted buy a lot, build a house mid get .a bird for tht> Think it over, Mr. Mayor. Subscription Daily, one year, delivered...... Daily, six vnouth, delivered, 2.00 Daily, tlueo .months, delivered.. 1.00 Daily, one month, delivered .35! Daily, one year, hy mail 3.00 j Beer comes nlon.tj Daily, six months, by inuil 1.76! a chance too. Daily, three months, by mail .85! _ "tVeekly Herald, one year 1.50 Addresses changed as often as de- eired; but both new and old address must be given. Subscribers will please remit with order which should be given for a West Hasting used to be repre- sented at Ottawa by C'orby, the whis key nuiker. Porter is their present member. Now if a. miui by Ri-v. David Smith, of Scotland, and is in answer to a query from :i in Cape Colony: Yours truly, PEACH. ing on Tjuirsdoy last was largely.at- tended and: the prices realized, twvro .Uie persuasive elo- quence of Auctionm- C. Miller. Coipnuvn arrived in town '.lie other dufy looking hale and hear- ty. Jlo has .paid a visit to Kngland since his last visit here. Mr. Furtior who bus boon quite ill for more[ than a wcvfk wont to Pinchor Crw.k hospital whore he will undergo an operation of n rather dangerous nature. H. "AfcICimiio, implement agent, U. vail II. (Cape on Ttiosduy from Leavings i i i i I n n fl i'.i i Dr. Mcltmis. one'uf liie speakers the .Edmonton Conservative conven- tion was quite frank in staling that there was. no clnir.ve of defeating specified term. Remit by Express Order, P.O. Order, uud Bank Money Order. )rders may be sent direct or through uny newsdealer. Address commun- ications to THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD, Lethbridge, Alberta, Ca- uada. If our friends who favor ua with man uscript for publication wish have rejected articles returned they must iu all cases send stamps for that purpose. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers who fail to receive the Daily Herald will please notify the business office, by phone or other- -il to jv- "Pion.so roeommond me the very best ho ought "'to'havijtooks you know against dancing, card-playing, racos the evil of har ;tnd the billiard room. How should the minister of tlte Gospel ap- proach these questions? Should lie preach against them or not, and am not awatv of any lit- on those subjects. And L am quilt1 sure that they should not be cithc-r discussed or denounced from tin- pulpit The uflice of the Christian minister is to exhibit Jo- sti.1- in the beauty and glory of His gnu-o, and persuade men to accent Him us their Saviour and Lord, and submit lives to His dominion. iron. Frank Oliver. It doesn't re- quire a prophet or a son of a pro- phet to make that .prediction. Lights J On certain ship tho mate was too fond of the cup that cht'crs. The captain did his utmost to break him of this habit, and, everything failing, told him that tho next time he was drunk he would write it For a long time after this the mail1 stepped drinking, but (bog (iranum) where he has boon for some days on business. A draw was the ro.-uilt of Die wor- dy contest at the Debating Society on Friday last. Tho question dis- cussed was .whi'tlwr Christianity is or is not opposed to. Socialism. Con- siderable-doubt smiled to exist as to the''real of the Socialists and tho result; wa.s left to a vote of this meeting was uncondusivc. A second series of impromptu :j min- ute speeches' 'will held next week when .'the Koeioty will probably sus- pend operations till fall, Prospects aro good for building op- orations this you i-. Already Mr. J. Some one h'us said that the best way Biddoll is assi-mbiing material for a wise, at the earliest possible mo- in the log. uieut. so that prompt delivery may eil5Ured- one dav he fell into his old habit, To ensure change of contract adver- tisement in the Daily Herald, copy should be seut in not later than 6 i o'clock p. m. of the evening before publication. Transient display ad- vertxsements will be received up to 10 o'clock a. in. of the day of pub- lication, and want up to 2.00 p. m. ADVERTISING RATES Want One cent a word each insertion. No advertise- ment for less than -25c. Six con- secutive insertions for price of four. Initial letters, abbreviations, and "c" marks, each figure and words count as full words. When replies are to be forwarded send IGc. extra to cover postage. Terms cash. Births, Marriages, and cents every insertion. Contract Display Advertisements- Rate card at "Daily Herald" Of- fice, cents per: count Hoe; dis- count to regular advertisers. Subject to advertise- ments subject to approval of man- agement of "Daily Herald." Thereupon the captain wrote the fol- lowing entry in. the log: "August 1. GO dog. north west latitude, if ate Jones is drunk today." The mate bogged him take this off, saying that it would spoil his chances of ever being mude captain of a ship. Uut the captain said, "ft's true, isn't "Yes; replied the mate. said the captain, "the re- cord stands." A few days later the mato had to write the entry. On looking over tho log the amazod captain saw this en- try "August 15. 80 dog. north longitude, G7 deg. west latitude. Cap- tain Smith is sober today." He sent for the mate and demanded what he meant by such an entry, DAILY HERALD NEWS AND OF- FICE O. D. AUSTIN, City Editor. JOHN TORRANCE, Canvasser, Col- ..lector and Assistant Business Man- ager. 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 Manager of the Job Depart- ment. f Telephone 106. ordering him to take it off. "Well" said the "it's true, isn't "Of course, it's roared the ptain. of preaching down an error is to' pivach up a corresponding truth; and the best way ,of driving evil af- fections out of men's hearts is to get the love of Jesus in. Attacking sin is beginning at the wrong end. It is in every case a matter of person- al and individual responsibility to1 the Blessed Master and if we only bring men face to face with Him, and make them fool the constraint and compulsion of His love they will voluntarily assume the right attitude to everything which "displeases Him. and there will be an end to that ex- cuse which you are always hearing in your worldly minded parish: "We do not see any sin in this or that." Get Jesus into your people's hearts and leave the work of reformation to His Spirit. U you begin by deuounc ing their practices you will simply lose your opportunity by alienating them and closing their hearts agains your message. Pload and persuade but never denounce, '1 beseech you by the meekness and gentleness o thrat is the spirit in whicl we .should address men. We shoulc be very tender and pitiful. Denunci- ation is a mischievous blunder. See the pathos of human life, and you will never speak a hard word.. Some time ago T got a letter which rather irritated me. it was stupid and im- pertinent and I was disposed to send landsome residence in the end, and contractors are figuring on a CAR OF B.C. SUGAR Placed in Stock TO-DAY Die Bentley Co, Ltd, Ikclesilt rt tttitl l You will find it a reward iu itself to go to the Hub for your meals and short orders Tonight Specials after 10 Suckling and Green Peas THE HUE Coal, Ice and I DRAYiNCii Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors i 1 f 1- Office opposite Balmoral TELEPH ON E 63 33 Avenue. Other business men are planning to tear down and build 4- -A good healthy menl is niven here. You will get satisfaction if you couio J. M, REDDING Cor. Smith and Bod path Coal IS ON THE MARKET All Orders Strictly to Cash Must be Paid on Delivery MS BICROfT: Prof. )rick-clnd business block on "Railway j greater. ifr Forthcoming Auction Sales T By WADDINGTON GIBBON j Saturday, April tant live stock sale, in- eluding car loadmilk cows I3-HouseLold Furniture and Effects on premises corner Cuibill and Courtland Streets Wedneiday, April superior Household Fur- niture at by C.F. Harris, Esq. For fuller particulars see fu- ture announcements or apply to II I Ivction Roand St .Phone2E1 i ill I I I Hill HUM MM ALWAYS FRESH PROFESSIONAL CARDS W.S.GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. McGili Physician, Surgeon Accouchtr Office 91-i Redpath 8t; 'Phone 53 9a.m.. 2-3. 7-8 p.m. "Then the the mate. record standsY replied NEW BRIDGES AT STIRLING A BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Alberta has confidence enough in Hon. Mr. Cashing to be satisfied that the government telephone sys- tem of this province will be conduct- ed along business lines. The purchase of the Bell Telephone Co- rneans a change of ownership but the methods of operating will not be changed. Hr. Gushing will direct the teltr phone system so that it will pay its way. The people of the province can rely for Afr. Gushing' is a practical business man and will see that practical liusinoss methods, are followed in this department. The profits coming from the tel- ephone system will go to the people in reduction of rates and the exten- sion of the system. Profits cannot be looked for to any extent at the present time when the development of the province will require the expen- diture of many thousands of dollars to extend the linos into new districts The government system will serve the whole people. It will string its lines into the newest settlements that the people will have the benefit of this great convenience. The pol- (Special to the Herald.) Stirling, April in Stirling- yesterday W. C. Simmons, accom- panied by' H. Ostlund made a tour of the district arranging for the lo- cation of -five bridges, over irrigation ditchos. The A. E. I. C. having refused to build tho bridges the pro- vincial government will test the lia- bility of the company in the courts. a sharp reply. But I slept over it for a night and next day my irrita- tion was gone and I wrote a kindly answer. You may imagine ur. thankfulness when 1 learned soon si ter that my correspondent was in- Preaching should always re otherwise, it the -''go of Jesus. It may be that tn-rr ne or two in a w.'i need stern dealing; but tho great majority are men and women for whom life is hard and difficult, and thev need comfort and encour- Ellison German Breakfast Food is not only superior in taste to all other cereals yon ever ate, but is more economical. One 9 Ib. package makes 50 Ibs. when served. It cooks up smooth and free from lumps OATS FOR THE HORSE AND WHEAT FOR WAN A crpamy-white delicious, food. A real surprise for breakfast and be served in numberless dainty ways for luncheon 7 and dinner desserts Your grocer has it now ONTARIO'S AWFUL WINDS Hamilton. April winds on Lake Ontario yesterday were respon- sible for washing away of the found- ations of some cottaes at Burlington Beach, also destruction of scores of cottage verandas. The pavilion of hotel Brant was wrecked. "to the offender privately, and deal personally with him, as Nathan, did with David. This is the courageous way. Denunciatory pul- pitoering is the coward's resort. COWLEY CHRONICLES ANOTHER DRAMATIC TREAT Building Prospects Seem to Be Good Oddfellows Celebrate Their Anniversary Cowley, April local lodge [Ilisoo1 Milling Elevator Co. IH. Raymond Magrath Lethbridge DRS. McCLURE STEWART, Sur-' geon Dentists. Office Hours: 9a.m. to 12 n.; 1p.m. to 5p.m. HAMILTON YOUNG Engineers and Room Block. C.F.P.Conybeare, B. Morton Jones, B. C. L. CONYBEARE JONES Solicitora, Etc. Office Conybeare Block. Lethbridge, AlU. 22-lyr. We make daily deliveries of all bur; bottled goods, and we can be depended absolute, prompt- ness with all orders. If you want the best, for purity and.flavor, askyoiir dealer for our bottling. If he can't supply you we will LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING.COMPANY, LTD. W. C. SIMMONS Advocatt, Barrister, Etc. Office: Southard Block. L. M. JOHNSTONE 'Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Lethbridge. B. C. MOORE Funeral Director and Embalmer to Presbyterian C.'rarch. Office Phone 102. Residence 136. F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitney Block. 39-0 Bank. 23-lyr vr I Slaughter Slaughter Theatre goers and music nf I of Oddfellows an Lothbridge are looking forward with I much pleasure to their return here for all of next favorites- week of the -the Aringion sary ol.the founding of the lodge on Friday by a social evening when a number of friends Leth- Com-i u'crc' entertained icy under private ownership was to hold off building new lines until eminently there was a practical certainty of profit. cdian.-f with their celebrated Ladies' Polmatier Sisters. Tho company pleased so well on their n'cent four nights engagement here that crowded houses will undoubtedly gr.-e thorn every night. Entirely new play a long .season :it Dick Button's sic and specialties. The company is now on tlu-ir re- turn to tho statos when: they will play a long sr-ason at Dick Sulton's big Play House Butte. Their tour NO NEED OF COMMISSION wooks in Canada has been successful from every a: pfrint of papers and public uniting- in their genrrous endorse- nu-nt of the qimliiy of tiieir work. The Alberta government will be well advised if it keeps away from the commission idea as adopted by Jlanitoba in the conduct of the gov- ernment telephone system. A commission is too expensive anil loo cumbersome. JjCt the private -company idea be followed and appoint a thoroughly competent r.nd wtirrrienred tnaii n> general manager. Let him under- stand that he" is to conduct the bus- iness to make money for the province and provide a good service for the subscribers. One man responsible for the gener- al management of the system Is pre- ferable to three commissioners as in Manitoba. 1 A- Raphael Tuck Sons Co's newest and best in COLORED EMBOSSED GILDED FLITTERED of the members to a varied informal na- A verv en- progmrmne of an ture and refreshments, joynhle time was spent. Rumor has it that a well known youne couple wont into Pinchor Crook i last week and .summiirily committed matrimony. The story has not yet been confirmed but it is generally credited. Tho auction .sale of Mr. J. A. WOMEN'S {CHRISTIAN TE M P E RXiNVc U N I'OH O.-, Meet 'in -Methodist Wesley Church every third Friday in the month at 3.30 pi' fn. Visitors always welcome. MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, Pres. MRS. CHAS. McCLENAGHAN, 88-0 Secretary. R. G. ADD I SON Blairrnore, Alta. FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EM- BALMER Office Phone Phone 23 lif 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 EM) OF APRIL viwr Mn Walsh Peebles OUR POINT OF VIEW An eastern paper says: "W. K. McXaught's Milk Bill killed by the Municipal Committee of the Would that some kind power would kill our milk bills in this coun- try. They grow too fast as it is. A student at Alberta College had a. S100 diamond ring stolen from her rocra tuc Calgnry Hera'id ts now! expected to the publication of. IOR1-EJIST nrnm CORNICE WORK SKYLIGHTS FURNACE WORK A kinds of Tin and Irw 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 buckskin, horM-hide and hogsktn. 35 Dozen Hats in the latest styles and shades. 100 Doz. Men's Socks.. 70 Doz. Overalls. 150 Working Coats in brown and black duck. 300 Pairs Woollen Blankets. 150 Pillows. 700 Pairs Fins Shoes. f 400 Pairs Working Shoes. Trunks and Valises, Etc., Etc. Meets 1st and Urd Mo n days iuK. of P. Hall at vS o'clock., Visiting brethren are cordially invited.. S. DAVIES, W.P. 24-ly T. .7. WHITE, W. S. Nest of Owls Lethbridge- Nest oi Owls, No. 153, wiii meets the second Thursday of each month in K. of P. Hall. G; V. STORKEY, Secretaary. C. ROSS TATE, President. M. PRIEST, Junior Past 9 fester Past Cards i Arrived Yesterday I Twelve for 25c I 2 2 Cents Each 4. t I. ilRF PCHK flUKi J HUiT NICKOLSOK Plumbers. Steam and Hot Water Fitters All work promptly attend- ed to and guaranteed Brick hiifag Ntrtii East Qwrdi Phone 266. P.O. Box 1387 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 SALE IS NOW ON L-. KB OLIVER BLOCK LETHBRIDGE Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293, Sow tijlirt teiefit fcierj Mnet in Knisl-'K everjr fSrut and third Thursday in the month at 8 p.m. Visitiag brethren alwnja wel Walter Appleby, W. Prantient Pml T; Robinn, Uox 5T. LETHBRIDGE LOUue. NO. M C. B. P. O. E. Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesday .f each month at S.15 p.m. E. A. SHARXAK, M. PRIESl! K- Secretary. bridge Lodge NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall evevy eec- and and fourth Mondays in month. Employers cerliffcatcd en- gineers, and engineers employ- ment, would do well to opiYimumcmte with us. f ROBERT NEVIN. Chief. QKO. BRUCE, SecreUry. ;