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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LET HUH I DOb, A L B t T A MONDAY, APRIL Daily HcroW Printed by the Daily Herald Printing Ltd., every lawful evening at office, Round St., Lethbridge, Alberta; Canada. W." A. BUCHANAN, Managing Di- rector and Editor. N -Subscription Raise one year, delivered...... 2M 1.00 .36 one year, by mail 3.00 six vnonth, delivered, Daily; three mouths, delivered.. Daily, one month, delivered Daily, six months, by mail. 1.76 Daily; three "months', by. mail .85 .Weekly; 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 a term. Remit by Express Order, P.O. Order, and liink Money Order. A COLLAPSED "SCANDAL" CAM- PAIGN. _ ___ -Pi-ess The collapse of the Umber berths "scandal" campaign ut .Otlawu viLs- closes those false-alarm sleuths, Mess r.s. Ames, Foster ct al., as bciujr not only ridiculous bat contemptible. All their clamour whon they were giving tongue so loudly is serving now to make their present plight all the more u matter'claiming'the attention of the whole Dominion.'. They start- ed out as villifiers and calujimSators, and made outcry, with their insinuations and assertions. They imputed' gross wrong-doing to Dom- inion otlidals and members of Parlia- ment; and, carded along by then- ardor in slander, they went to the wildest lengths; ilr. Foster particu- hero of the Union Trust lands hesitating to say that Mr. Turriff, M.P., had, )rder9 may be sent direct or through any newsdealer. Address cominun- journul. "1 -was one of the coiupe- iiton, at athletic entertaininent labt night and y.o'u referred- lo ;ne sS the well known lightweight cham- pion." "Well, are you not'" uiquiu-d the sporting editor. "No, I'nv nothing of the was thy. angry response, "and's confoundedly awkward, because I'm a coal doaler." .V AND FIVE POQt in Ont St. Louis Flat n Atks -Pis St. Apnl. Chjef Police Creecy lias received an auony- What Meaneth This? (Vrom IJirth Column of Toronto Daily he was Dominion Lands Com- missioner, carried around tenders for ications to THE 4 LETHBRIDGE amber berths m his pocket, that the AT opening of tenders done m a private room by Mr. Turriff alone, and so on and so forth. The clear-cut testimony of Hiss Man ro, sec'y to the Dominion ;Lands Com missioncr, and of Mr. Turriff him- self, both of whom gave evidence un- der oath and' were examined and cross-examined at length before the Publi'c Accounts Committee on nesday, has left Messrs. Ames am Foster and their fellow sleuths with- out a leg 10 stand on. Miss Munroe who was secretary during the whole of Mr. Turrifl's tenure of oflVce as HERALD, Eethbridge, Alberta, Ca- nada. I If our friends who favor us with man-! uscrjpt for publication to have' rejected articles returned they 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- so that prompt delivery may be ensured. ro ensure change of contract adver- tisement in the Daily Herald, copy be sent in not later than G 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- and waul advertisements up to 2.00 p. m. ADVERTISING RATES cent a Commissioner as she is tin secretary to the present Commission er, swore thut from the time of th issuing of the advertisements for.ten ders until the tenders were opeuet M i. she hnd entire charge of the routin word each insertion. No .advertise- f .h ment for less than 25c. Six con- business, had the combination of the Globe.) DONALDSON At 100 Dundas treet. on March 20th, 1908, to Mr. nd Mrs. C. J. Donaldson, a daugh- Jloth doing well, "Doc." A Devoted Wife Province, Vancouver. William Neville, fourth son of he Marquis of Abergavenny, K. C., ms just'been released on a ticket-ol- eave, two full months before the com- of the term of a year's im- with hard labor, to which was .sentenced about Kaster .time ast' year for swindling ;a" pawu-brok- r. And judging by the fact that- the Lady William's automobile fetched urn fvom the- Wormwoood Scrubs Prison, and that she sent him'clothes which enabled him to emerge from the penitentiary'.as spick and-span, and as well groomed as if he had never left it would seem as. if this devoted woman .were deter- mined, to still stand by her husband who has brought on her so much sorrow and disgrace. She is ..sister of Frank Murrietta, who visits America so frequently with Anthony and ;a :daughtef o the head" of that once great Anglo Spanish banking house of Murietta who received .the title of Marquis o Snuturce from the late' King of Spain letter which as' follows: "Chief Crcwc.v-rl v.ould io knew if 1 allowed to a small pig4 upstair in the house. There a family at North Jef- ferson avenue seven persons and five dogb .upstairs. 1 reported it to a on the beat and he told me when people rented a house they could keep anything. I would like something1'- to be done, Nas the warm weather coming and might create a disease board oi health. Kindly nbtify the A For Men and Women t. Spring Weights Just A MOURNING STAMP London, Postinarter-j General' (Mr, Sydney in opening an exhibition of postaga stamps hall, under the' auspices of the'Junior Philatelic E cifcty, paid that objection had been taken by some people to mourning] envelopes. It had been suggested hat he, as Die Benttey Co, ltd, ri.lAil 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. extra to cover postage. Terras cash. eirtht, Marriages, and cents every insertion. Contract Display Advertisements- Rate card at "Daily Herald" Of- fice., cents per count line; dis- count to regular advertisers. Subject to advertise- ments subject to approval of man- agement of "Daily Herald." DAILY HERALD NEWS AND OF- FICE O. D. AUSTIN, City Editor. JOHN TORRANCE, Canvasser, Col- ..Itctor and Assistant Business Man- ager: MISS GRIMM, Accountant..... JOB, DEPARTMENT: Herald Job Department is the' Alberta. All classes of work handled expe- ditiously" and satisfactorily. Walter Manager'of the Job Depart- ment. Teltphone 106. safe in which the tenders were kept, NEW SETTLERS U. S. CONSUL DEAD You will tiud it .a iu itaelf to go to the Hub for your meals and short orders Touighi Specials after 10 Suckling Mild Green THE HUB i'WoiiJi. Cafe ma m JUNE m Start Otoif Muh J f CARROLL DOYLE" should produce a stamp with a black Berne> Switzerland> Aprn 3.-Jame border. He vas rather inclined to Jeffrey Kocho> lhe 0 >s. Consul a make a small issue of such a stamp, Berue> died here today aftfir a lon and he hoped that philatelists would m Mr Roche was transferred buy them up at high prices. {rom Geuoa xo Rerne in April 1907_ The total value of the stamps on He WBfi 6l of age show an expert put. at UHICH _ A' good 'healthy moal-. is given here.. You will get satisfaction if you come J. M. REDDING J Cor. {Smith and Red path and was present when the tenders Taber on Monday; Mar. were opened. -Mr. Turriff described 130, to Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wood, a with the fullest details-the proced- j daughter, ure followed, and gave the lie direct RAILWAYS AND TEMPERANCE (Contributed by the W. C. T. U.) From the- Sfondard, Montreal, wo clip the following': "It is well known that both "the "Canadian Pacific and the Grand Trunk Railways have J strict regulations designed to ensure temperance amongst their employees, and these regulations, affecting, as they do, such large bodies of men, to the insinuations that there had irregular in any and assertions been anything in. con- Taber on Tuesday, Mar. 31, to Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Hayn- a son. Coal City on Tuesday, ncction ivith dealing wiih the ton-I March) 31, to Mr. and Mrs. Devlin, ders, or that he had been in any. (si son. way interested directly or indirectly, j Taber on Thursday, through himself or anyone else, in March 26th, to Mr. and Mrs. Peter any manner, shape or form, in any tender, either while he was commis- sioner or since. The evidence was conclusive and unanswerable and showed that in every case the award made to the highest tenderer.' Jones.' a daughter. THE UNIVERSITY. it is up to the people of tbc province to back up the. university. The government chose for the initial work- the most suitable man avail- able in Canada for our needs and ideas. A good Senate has already endorsed a vigorous inauguration of work immediately. It remains for the parents of our boys and girls and all liberal-minded citizens to foste sentiments favorable to having, the institution do its appropriate work in giving light to our industrial, in tellectual and moral progress. Tw of the prominent citizens of the pro vince are giving stimulus to those entering this year by establishing scholarships "Will our school boards in high towns help the good cause 'by local scholarships and will everybody shout for the university. Every; graduate and every friend of the cause of higher education should make part of the concourse at con- vocation in autumn. The first stu- dents of the university even if thej are only a handful will "be the most inspiring feature of the ceremony. If instead of making their slander- ous allegations of official wrong-do- ing, which have been so completcly exploded, ilessrs. Ames and Foster and the other- slandercrs-in-ordinary had .attacked the .'-policy s; which the present government inherited from. he preceding govermncnt and -kept n in "disposing1 of timber berths, they' would not; stand before the people of Canada as convicted lefamers. They might have ar-guec] thai, .the policy had never been -a; wise policy in the public-interest, or that while it was formerly a wise policj the time -had come for 'a new policy They might' thus -have conceivably scored against the government; "-thei course, at any rate; would Have been COLEMAN NEWS Coleman. April_ paries, pro- prietor of Cqlemari drug store re- turned from Edmonton .a few days since and reports things in much the same state there as'in most, places n' Alberta, somewhat quiet i but an- ticipating a -nish as soon, as spring finally -The Coleman's local news- paper-has, at s Jlasl, been completed and very nice commbdiotis quarters have''boon prepared from v which lo send forth publication of the Pass. It has been christened had a 'powerful influence for good all .over- the Dominion. Never- theless, both .companies are constant- ly, having trouble through employees giving" way to drink, and it is certain prohibition movement would have" no stronger advocates than railway companies. Mr. William-Whmyte, the second-vice president of the C. P. R. in talking on this subject to the Standard, spoke Lof the "danger to the general public coused, by drinking railway high time that stricter 'Government regulations were enforced upon'- tKe saloonkeepers. In; deed, he-spoke'strongly in general prohibition. As a particular his tance, he mentioned that the Can- adian Pacific'Railway did everything possible' to get ,thc Ontario govern- ment not to grant a license'at Ignace. The license, however, was granted, and after that there was all kinds' of trouble. "Fifty per cent, at least of the poverty of this he is the disreputable class of hotel business. It is a dis- grace to our boasted civilization, and Hairy teller in Bcamsville branch of the Bank of appeared'Saturday 'night and-has not been .seen since. His accounts are all_ right and no reason is known for .his absence. ALWAYS FRESH 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 bottHug.. If he can't supply you we will LETHBRIDGE BREWING 6 MALTING COMPANY, LTD. m .v M Pioneer Coal IS ON THJBT MARKET AH Strictly Attended to Caab Must be Paid on Delivery PROFESSIONAL CARDS W.S.GALBRA1TH, M.D.C.M. McGili Physician, s t Office 914 Redpath Bt. 'Phoue M 9 a.m.. 2-3. 7-8 p.ur. DRS. McCLURE STEWART, Sur- geon Dentists. Office Hours: 9a.m. to 12 n.; 1 p.m. to 5p.m. ._ Ruction Sales By Waditington Gibbon IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE 'OF stock WILL BE HELD AT FURMAN'S LIVERY STABLES, SATURDAY, APR. II At 2.30 P" M. Prompt. HAMILTON 4, YOUNG 'and Room Block. C.F.P.Cenybeare, K.C..D.C.L., B. Morton Jones, ,B. C. L.x CONYBEARE 4V JONES Barristors, Solicitors', .Etc. Office: Conybeare block. Alta. 1 T 22-lyr, W. C.'SIMMONS it Advocate, Barrister, Etc.' (0flice: So'uthard Block.- "Tbs and if it proves to .be-as up-to-date as the of- fice presses and general fixtures whence it is to issue we may expect something worthy of this growing town. u-ithin their rights -as an Thc enterprise of the Oddfellows But 'the active "members' of the p're- Lodee organized is seen in the sent Opposition prefer- to go in for cnluinnj-. Attempts to blacken thf personal character of .their opponents arc more, in their line than' discus- sions of'public policy or the grappling with the problems of constructive statesmanship in order'- to secure for Canada the nicest measure of nation: al development and progress. steps' they have taken themselvos with a hall. to. provide They have secured the. second storey of the "Ashdown Block" which is being fitted up to serve them at their own expense. They' have the main" hall. I hope the anti-saloon agifatibn in the -United States .wilf sweep over this country too." J. A. ifcKittenck, imprisoned un- der a wrecked train at, Spanish Lake near St. Louis, M6-, suffered the am- putation .of his leg' with a pocket knife .hi order to avoid death from scalding steam. TOO NOTORIOUS OUR POINT OF VIEW Civil service reform ought not to be difficult -in the postal department draw the attention of the Side lights] Mary's Touijh Little Lamb Telegram, Toronto Jfary had-a little lamb. She bit it with her teeth, Then said "it may be lamb outside, But 'tis mutton underneath." H. D. Evelyn Thaw Refused.Service at New York Hotel .service to the fact that the post- master at Ont. contracted smallpox through, handling the mails, and all applications for postoffice jobs should cease at once. The criticism offerer! to the conduct of the marine department at Ottawa by the civil service commission should not be interpreted to reveal but one weakness in Hon. Mr. Brodeur. He i'hould have cleaned out the of- fice as soon as he took charge and found, tlist officisls bv the old Conservative government were out of sympathy with his administra- tion. A cabinet minister cannot make a success of his department ankss he has the support of his of- It Is-a tnatttr of coftiiiioii knowledge .that Conservative officials, not temovcd by the Liberals, have in; niany instances been disloyal to the heads of their departments. They Ivave acted with-the sole purpose of getting the Liberal government into a. hole. Unfortunate Slip Philadelphia Public Ledger made a mistake in your pa- said an indignant man, enter- ing the editorial sanctum of a daily I ii 11 ma nil in liitn i New York, April. Nesbit [Thaw and E. R. Thomas were.refused f at the Hotel Knickerbocker oh Monday night, arid were practical- I ly. put out of the restaurant. "'They c.ime. in -here and Evelyn Thaw was immediately said Manager Regan, of- the hotel. "We don't vant her patronage, and I decided she. could-not be: served. Ij called Mr. Thomas aside and told him plainly that we did not care to have them, there. I asked him to ell her not to the hotel again ns we .-will not. serve her.' They left mmediately after my talk with Mr. Thomas." r' STILL ii THEY ii COME! Another lot of LOCAL OPTION Toronto, April Woodstock and the townships of East Zorra and Blandford will vote on local option whole .county 'of Oxford will bo under local option. Postcards Newest Lowest TKRCTM fii8H tfittiif f nititf Lethbridge Apction Mart> We have had the paper- hangers in, but how they have finished, we are in n position to givevyou every at- tention, We are buying socond-hand goodi, right along and you can always depend a good deal- if you will look'us up. We h'ave a xlinner ta- ble can give- you for a Heintzman pianoforte at one-half its present value, and plenty of other bargains WatingtM ft GUM TELEPHONE HUNT fllCIIOlSO! and Hot Water' Fitters' All work promptly attend- ed to and guaranteed Brick BoUac Ntrtk Preskyteriu Ckrcfc Phone 26G. P.O. Box 1387 owners to v auction ibove Head broken' B. C. MOQRE Funeral Director' and to Presbyterian CTiarch Office Phone 102. Residence 136. F. B.. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitney Block. WADDINGTON GIBBON received instructions from var- ious as above and Unbroken ,HORSES Also a' carload "drv first clasa MILKING COWS The auctioneers invite further r en- tries ,of Live Stock, of any description for inclusion 'in this sale. CORNER CUTBILL AND LAND STS. COURT- MONDAY, APRIL 13, 1908 AT 2.30 P. M. PROMPT Walsh Peebles un mw., urn EOT nuimuM ciww ROOFING CORNICE WORK SKYLIGHTS- FURNACE WORK A SPECIALTY Mri im Irt WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN T E M P E H A N C E-U N 1 O N Meet' in Wesley Church every third Friday in the month at 3.30' p. nu Visitors- always. welcomV." MRS. A. E. Prcs. MRS: CHAS. McCLENAGHAN, 'Secretary. R. ,G. ADDISON >Blairmore, Alta. FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EM- BALMER Office Phone" Phone d.t.f. WADDINGTON GIBBON Instructed by "the owner will sell by Auction oh 'the premises as above, the useful r? Household Furniture And Effects, Including Solid Kneehole .Office Desk, Upholstered Bed nearly new set of Upholstered Easy Chair, Extending Dining. Jable, Oak Dresser and Washstand, Enamelled tiiid Brass! Bedstead, -Dining Room Carpet,