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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LCTHBRIDdk, AL B t T-A f A T U R D A Y A P R I L 4 I 918 Duly Herald Printed by the Daily Herald Printing Co., Ltd., eTerj lawful evening at office, Round St., Lethbridge, Cauada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Minting Di- rtctor and Editor. vuvd between'the road dud walk as wide as is consistent with the width ol the street.' Bill boards, the speaker considered the greatest eye sores ou the street. They should be required :o vi u K-gttla'i-iOti v.'iui" ujju uvigii. and there should be strict rules gov- erning their lo'cation and the charac- ter of the mutter exhibited on them. He cited the case of Uerlin (Ger- many) where rentals are collected and boards under civic control and inspection with splendid results. up last year I could distinctly the scratch of the pen on the paper as the chap In thu next room was Second I Mr. Pearce had also to say a lew words about cemeteries which are the Among Subscription Rate Dally, one year, delivered...... 14.00 Daily, aix month, delivered, 2.00 Daily, three months, delivered.. i.OO Daily, one month, delivered .35 Daily, one year, by mail 3.00 Daily, months, by mail 1.75 Daily, three months, by mail .K TVeekly Herald, one year I.BO JStoS must be given. Subscribers will please reailt with order which should be given for a acetified term. Remit by Express Order, P.O. Order, and Bunk Money the- plucc I put up at. a couple of yetiris utfo. Why, the partitions were so thin 1 could distinctly hear thc chap next door changing his wind." Dunuiore's only fault was the exaggerated value that he sot upon correctness. lie insisted on correct- ness in eating, in dress, in every- thing. At a dinner in Beacon St. he owners whb'have given such auces are Ikirhey Schreiber, of IJridge ton, Mis., Adolph Sprecklcs, the su- gar king of San Prune isco; Dai- ons, Seattle; Walsh and Co., Emery illo, Gal.; J.' V. Coiley, of New York Green Bros., W. i'. Fine, p. A. Bian- hi, -suv} T. WUiiains. all well-known California certainly worthy of attention in Lcth- Lld n gtory about nn self- bridce: "God's acre" should be beau-...... bridge tiiul. The monuments and head- stones, Mr. Pearce said, should to an extent be concealed by the trees that the visitor scarcely knows that] he is in "the city of the de-ad." made man. This mun was dressing one evening to go out. His wife i thc room bafore he start to look him over. Wherever should b mounds. possible the cemetery "But, she said reproach- fully, "aren't you going to wear vour diamond studs to the ban- level and free from lion. tifui valu Order. trdera may .be sent direct or through any newgdealer. Address commun- ications to s THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD, Lethbridge, Alberta, Ca- nada. [f our friends who favor us with man- that will tal UBcript for publication wish to matters and have rejected articles returned they valut. must in 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- wise, at the earliest possible mo- ment. BO that prompt delivery may be ensured. To ensure change of contract adver- tUement in the Daily Herald, copy ahouid be sent in uot later thun 6 o'clock p. m. of the evening before publication. Transient display ad- 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 each iusertiou. No advertise- ment for less than 25c. Six con- .aecutive 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 lOc. eitra to cover postage. Terma cash. Birtna, and cents every insertion. Contract Diaplay Bate card at "Daily Herald" Of- fice. cents per count line; dis- count to regular advertisers. tub j act to advertise- ments subject to approval of man agement of "Daily Herald." Mr. Pearce's suggestions could vrellL. fat' adopted in Lethbridge. What we 'No. What's the Oeorg. growled. "My napkin would hidu em Saturdaj be adopt need, first, is a Horticultural Society that will take up these important 'I rear that we must insist upo: A petition of much interest breeders and owners of thoroughbred is at present boing circulated throughout Alberta, to be subsequent y forwarded to the governor-general. In the petition Earl Grey is re- quested to use his influence withl Edward to institute a King's Plate lor thoroughbred horses foaled in the province. Such a. race, it is affirmed, would greatly benefit the horse breeding duslry, by encouraging the importa- tion and breeding of thoroughbreds, improving the standard of brood mares, the number of] horses, 'fulfilling ihe requirements of remounts. The petition has already boon gign- cd thc members of the provin-] SUGAR Placed in Stock TO-DAY The Bentley Co. M btfji i ifronK llfiiit You will find it a reward in itMlf to go to the Hub for your meali and ihort orders Tonight Specials after 10 Suckling and Green Peas THE HUB derived from adop- to V; lawns, streets and parks add to a city and to property. Our continued he. ladies removing their hats before en our street said G.nera the directors of tko I1-. 1 hope to get them through 111 m i Kn stylus of headgear are so wide that ambition ought not solely to be the I _ _ 4u_ >u____u gaining of riches to the neglect o{ the improvement of our city where most of us oxpect to live the rest of our li' Lethbridgft can bc made the most- beautiful city in western Canada, if manager smiling. "Really, besuics we oiilv go about it the right way. It making it difficult to collect fares, I will ne'ver be beautiful as long as we "-hc of huve streets and boulevards abund- scaPc as traf-, ant with weeds a park unadorned ex-] cept for a shabby old bandstand, unpointed fences, and even houses, lirty back yards aud lanes, aiid un- mproved grounds .around our homes We must get rid of these eyesores car doors front wise. I that they bc taken oS and wheeled in, as it said the thc ladjcs who wear pal Albcrtan towns. George K. Al- len, the secretary, believes that next year, will sec the race for the King's Plato inaugurated in Alberta. Pioneer Goal IS ON THE MARKET r All Oniew Strictly Attended to Cub Paid M PROFESSIONAL CARDS t IMHICIII The Social The Hadley-Roberts Co A Complete Line of Stationery, Con fectionery Fruit Bananas arrive weekly from Spokane Phone 211 Phone 211 A good heftlihy meal IB given here. You will get satisfaction if you come J. M REDDING Cor. Smith and Redpath W.5.OALBRAITH, M.O.C.M. McQill Phycician, Accouchtr Office 914 Eedpath St. 'Phone SI 9a.m., 2-3. 7-8 p.m. DR8. McCLURE L. STEWART, Bur- geon DentifU. Office Hours: 9a.m. to 1 p.m. to 6p.m. DR. C. C. CRAGQ Physician and Office overHigihbotham's Drug Store Phone Office 125. House 94. Office to 11 a.m., to p.m., 7 to 8 p in. hais beware. DAILY HERALD NEWS AND OF FICE C. D. AUSTIN. City Editor. JOHN TORRANCE, Canvasiar, Col ..lector and Assistant Business Man MISS GRIMM, Accountant 1 and begin at once to make the city 'a thing of beauty ami a joy for-! ever." Sports and Pastimes OUR POINT OF VIEW The city might plant a lot of sweet peas around the square A few flower beds on the square this year would provement. make a great im- Plant sweet peas around the baud stand. They, with a coat of paint, would improve its appearance.] The need of a Horticultural Society in Lethbridge has been emphasired on several occasions. Now is the time to organize. 1 H The Northern Baseball op-, ons on May 1-ith with Duluth at Winnipeg and Fargo at Brandon. Medicine Hat Footballers are or- ganizing a city football league. The managers of thc different city cague teams have been busy this week getting after players. New players are being dug up all over the city. The printed forms for the >layers' agreements have been given to thc managers and they are getting JOB DEPARTMENT. The Herald Job Department is the best equipped in Southern Alberta. All classes of work handled expe- ditiously and satisfactorily. Walter j Jordan, Manager of the Job Depart- ment. Telephone 106. Side BEAUTIFY LETHBRIDGE The beautification of Lethbridge is a. matter that should interest every truly loyal and ambitious citizen. We have a growing city grandly lo- cated and beautiful in spots. should aim to have every part of the city beautiful. The Council should see that everj- street is toned with trees. Citizens, no matter how lowly, should make it a point to have a well kept lawn with flower beds and trees. Around our churches, schools and public buildings the same idea should be followed but to a greater extent. Nothing impresses the visit- or better than clean, well shaded streets and beautiful lawns. Nothing creates a poor opinion of a placo more quickly than the absence of these charms of nature. THE SAME FEELING His Employer's do you manage to keep so cheerful, Reil- ly, when your rheumatism pains The Miss, 'tis aisy. Whinever 1 feel myself racked to bits, I thry to imagine rtis the day afther the Ballyraging Fair and t' think phwat a divil of a foine time I Mrs. Lethbridge gave a cosy I tea for Mrs. C. E. D. Wood on Fri- day afternoon of last week. M n. Reeve presided at a dainty tea table prettily decorated with Those invited were Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Conybcare, Mrs. Neale, Mrs. Reeve, Mrs. Colpman, Mrs. E. N. Higinbo- tham, Mrs. Arnold, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Mewburn, Mrs. L. M. Johnston and Miss Anderson. Mrs. Ford entertained at bridge Tuesday evening at ner in Riv- erview. Two tabjes were arranged the guests .being Mrs. Mewburn, Mrs Conybcare, Mrs. Vrooman, Miss, land, Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. West.; The lucky prize winners were Vrooman atuTMiss Holland. First-class Cafe TUB Mitt DIKING IflBM Short Order Between Meals CARROLL DOYLE Columbia Restaurant Open Day and'Night FRESH OYSTERS Candies, Cigars, Japanese Meal Tickets 'JV per Week Next door to Coaldale Hotel them filk-d up quickly. As yet the set to ap- A MEDICINE HAT VIEW (ilcdicine Hat Times.) Aid. Ives, of Lethbridge, hits the nail on thc head when, in objecting to newspaper reports of meetings, ho complains thc reporters are not act in reporting what is said by the aldermen and at the same time the reporter takes down exactly what is said when the speaker not mean just what his All of which means executive has not u-.ct point a permanent secretary and to authorize ,the issuing of certificates. They will meet early next week to organize and arrange the x'arious details necessary to get the league going. The question of umpires is that is going to give the executive more or less trouble. The very best men are needed to fulfill the duties of the difficult position and every man who has had any experience at the work should hold himself open to receive thc call of the executive to this very" nocessary work. The Medicine Hat League is going to make a trial of thc double umpire 1 system. Mrs. Rigby's many friends are glad to have her back again, looking so well, after an extended visit to the East- Miss Violet'3fcTllree of Ilegina is a charming young visitor of Miss Dixie Wilson's at the Earracks. Miss was the hostess of an in- formal bridge on Friday evening of last week. After some very interest- ing .and Mrs. Xourse were'the fortunatb prize 'winners. Thc players were Mrs. Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, Miss Dixie Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. N'ourse, Mr. Connell, Mr. By Naddington Gibbon McMullen, and Mr. E. H. Wilson. At Mrs. C. M. Arnold's small bridge on last Saturday evening Mrs. Neale and Mrs. Wilson won the pretty souvenirs. Mrs. C. E. D. Wood was the guest of honor lor whom a number of bright little en- tertainments have been given during her visit "here, the invited guests be- ing Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Neale, Mrs. Reeve, Mrs. Rogers, Miss Patteson, Mrs. Anderson and Miss Jeffrey. J. P. Dincen has been nominated as Conservative candidate foj the Dominion House in Saltcoats, Man. IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE OF DR. O. J. COURTJCE Dentlat Graduate of Northwestern Univer- sity, Chicago, 111. Office to 12; 1 to B. Whitney Block Rtdpath Street HAMILTON eV YOUNG Engineers and Room Block. C.F.P.Conybeare, K.C., D.C.L., B. Morton Jonet, B. C. L. CONYBEARE JONES Barristers, Solicitors, Etc. Office: Cony Block. Uthbridge, Alta. i W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. Office: Southard Block. WILL BE HELD AT ON SATURDAY, APR. II At 2.30 P. M. Prompt. B. C. MOORE Funeral Director and Embalmer fflce-yNeat to Presbyterian 0'iarch. Office Phone 103. Residence 196. F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitney Block. The French Chamber .of .Deputies has adopted the amnesty bill for those who committed political of- fences in connection wine grow- ers' revolt last year. WADDINGTON It GIBBON Have received instructions from var- ious owners to sell by public auction as above about 25 Head of broken and Unbroken .HORSES Also a carload of first class MILKING COWS The auctioneers invite further en- tries of Live Stock of any description for inclusion in this sale. Not long ago the superintendent of parks in London, Ont., delivered an address before the Horticultural Society, of Startford, Ont., In the the course of his remarks he said that the good appearance of a city or town depends upon its well de- signed sire-its, public buildings, sta- tions, parks boulevards, and even telephone and telegraph poles, but none of these are more important than well kept lawns and properly planted trees. Especially in new streets was it desirable thkt trees be of uniform variety. The majority people are indifferent to this fact until they have seen the great im- provement wrought by it. One of the greatest faults of planting was put- ting the trees too close together, soon resulting in an excess of shade and dampness for thc buildings. The work should be done by a competent and artistic man, and the idea shcruld not be to cover everything with the trees but to give a landscape effect with a background. words imply, whim disentangled, that if a ratepay- er commends the course which newspaper aays a certain alderman took, the alderman thinks the report er is a winner, but if, on the other hand, somebody tomes along and asks him what thc biankety blank blank he meant by saying such and such in council, then the reporter gets it all wrong and his words did- n't imply tn< meaning which the newspaper man attached to them. Of course this doesn't by any means ap- ply to all aldermen. In a despatch from Winnipeg yes- terday Kid Ford, catcher for Bdmon ton last year, was mentioned as hav- ing signed with Brandon. The Kid dropped into the- office after the was off the press and explained that the statement was erroneous. He did think seriously of signing with Brandon at one time, but Sun- day a telegraph message and a rail- road ticket came to him to journey to Philadelphia and the Kid leaves Friday morning on the Southern bound train. ESTABLISHED 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserre and. Undivided Profits.............. 4-.267.400 BOARD OF DIRECTORS Sir fl. Montagu Allan President Jonathan Hodgson, Esq. Vice-President CORNER CUTBILL AND LAND STS. COURT MONDAY, APRIL 13, AT 2.30 P. M. PROMPT First one thing I hate about boarding houses and that is. the partitions arc usually so very thin. Why, at the place I put iltllllli-i- Arthur Burn, the Calgary long di.'i- trance runner, in whom sports of Lethbridge have an especial interest because of the fact that he was once a resident of this place, has started training for the Olympic trials which will take place at Vancouver, Cal- gary and Winnipeg. It 5s Burn's in- tention to compete in all three, and is confident of cleaning up in eaoh place at the long run. people of Lethbridge will watch his performanc es with interest and wishes of suc- cess. Mr. Pearce also pointed out that the wealth and mercantile progress of A city is characterized by its public buildings and it is a grave enor to think that these structures need not be attractive. Bridges and fences should be always painted in suitable colors under right control. Espeeislly in residential streets should unsightly telephone poles be properly placed or replaced if necessary. They should be painted in a uniform color from top to bottom and should harmonize in with the pavement or be ol some quiet unobtnisiv} hue, so as not to be conspicioua. Sidewalks noi bc iaid right up against UK ciarb. There should be a "This is on me" I is aaid to be carved on RuBsell tomb. For to-day drinks are free at Soda Foun- tain, now in full play, to gurgling music of yonr own composition. IK nETlaT nHO LONGBOAT'S BROTHER Hamilton, April Flanagan has dug up another long-distance speed merchant, who, he says, .will create sensation the coming fion. The new phcnom is other than a brother of Tom "Longboat. Flanagan is at the reserve today, and that he will give the fam- ous Onondaga's brother a workout, and if he shows up as -well as he expects, he -will take him to' Toron- to. Tom Longboat won the Herald race in 1906 he asked i there were any more Indiana on reserve that could could run as fast as he. "Mo got brother who can run said Tom but that was all the ioformation -that could be gained from him. Flanagan says that he hears reports oJ the younger Longboat from Tom, who has been out of the reservation for two weeks. MANY HUNKERS FOR Alfred Moodie. of Calgary, secre- tary of the recently formed Western Canada Turf Asaociation, has rccotv- ed assurances from many prominent C. R. Hosmer, Esq., Thos. Long, Esq., C. F. Smith, Esq., Hugh A. Allan, Esq., C. M. Hays, Esq., Alex. Barnet, Esq., F. Orr Lewis, Esq...... E. F. Hebden..........................General Manager The Bank has 119 branches and agencies distributed throughont Canada. New York Agency, 63 and 65 Wall St. SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS invited, and special atten- tion is paid to small deposits. Interest at 3 per cent, per annum, compounded four times a year. Drafts, Money Orders and Letters of Credit, payable in any part of the world, at current rates WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION et in Methodist .Wesley- Church every.third Friday, in the month at 3.30 p. m. Visitors always welcome. MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, Pres. MRS. CHAS. McCLENAGHAN, 88-0 Secretary. LETHBEIDGJS E. W. McMULLEN, Mutter WADDINGTON GIBBON Instructed by the owner will sell by Auction on the premises as. above, the useful Household Furniture Solid Effecti, Including Oak, Kneehole Office Desk, Upholstered Bed Lounge, nearly new "Morris Chair, set of 'Bookshelves, Upholstered Easy Chair, Extending Dining Table, Oak. Dresser and Washstand, Enamelled -and: Brass Bedstead, 'Dining Room Carpet, Bed Boom Cabinet and numerous other effects. Goods on View on Morning of SaU R. G. ADDISON Blairmona, Alta. FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EM- BALMER Office Phone Phone SB d.U. Meets 1st and 3rd M 6 n d ays inK. of P. Hall at 8 o'clock. Vigiting brethren, are cordially -invited. DAVIES, W.P. 24-ly T. .T. WHITE, W. S. THE AUCTION MART 410 Round Strttt WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, H AT 2.30 .P. M- PROMPT The Akrta Bafliay ami Irrigation Corapaaj Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET Lcthkridge Nest of Owb Letbbridge Nest ol Owls, No. 159, will meets the second Thursday of each month in K. of P. Hall G. V. STOBKEY, Secretary. C. ROSS T ATE, President. i M. PRIEST. Junior Paat Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each TERMS EASY One-third cash, one-third 6 months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum 4 towiicrs 01 running horses that they MfimiflHItttMtlM I will he represented on circuli 5n Laaaaaaaak aaaaaaaaaaVav WADDINGTON GIBBON Are favored with instructions from Chas. F. Harris, Esq., to remove anfl sell by auction, as above, tbe very superior Household Furniture And Effect property F. C. including Solid Oak Buffet with bevel plate mir- or to back; set of Oak Dining- Chain, leather seated; handsome Oak China Cabinet; small Oak Stand; Massive Oak Extension "Dining Table; high grade cabinet Singer Sewing Ma'chine; Solid Oak Rocker; Superior Oak Dres- sers and Wash Stands to match; Lady's Oak Secretaire; Enamelled and Brass Bedsteads; Bedroom and Dining Room Carpels; Mattresses; Springs; Chamber Service; Glazed Kitchen Cupboard; Kitchen Cabinet; nearly Cooking Bang'e in splen- did condition; handsome Dinner Ser- vice, 100 pieces; Kitchen Chairs, Etc. Goods on View at Mart Monday and Tuesday, April 13 and if, I to I WADDINGTON It GIBBOft Auctioneer's Office And. Mart, T Wfc Telephone 961 Lodge Pride of 'Albertavtto. 293. SOB if Egad lexfit in tW of Pythwi Hail Umt and tkird Thnnday in tbe Boath S Viritioi .brwtiren aln-ajs wd Fred T. Roblat, Boi 57. W. LCTHBRIDOC NO. C. B. P. O. E. Sod and 4th ,f month al 8.19 p.m. E. 8HARMAN, K- R. M. PRIEST Secretary, NOftTH-WEfT ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in Labor Hall ewevy i.Dd fourth Mondays in month. Employers requiring certificated en- fifteen, and out of employ- naent, would do well to with M. ROBERT KEVIN, Chief. GEO. BRUCE, Secretary. 44-lyrd-w ;