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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Daily Herald tunu ago there was a rumor that ho going to establish a paper at Muclcod. hope the report is true as he -would bo yiiro lo produce 'a Uio.t a cmlit to tho south country MPriioted_by tlie Daily Herald Printing uo., Ltd., every lawful evening at iU office, Round St., Lethbndgc, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing 01- rector and Editor. i Subscription Ratse Daily, one year, delivered Daily; six .vnonlh, delivered, 2.00 Daily, three months, delivered.. TUESDAY, A P 1 J 0 i went' through.! nnd cent V thttf i and 449.2..per tlum" m Daily, one month, delivered Daily, one year, by mail .35 Daily, six months, by mail 1.75 Daily, three months, by mail .85 The Board of Trade uud the City Council should invite- and urge the e? 'Chamber of Commerce ?to lu elude Lothbridgc in the itinerary-of their trip '.o Yves tern Canada in July Wo have a good city and fine coun- try to show them uiul once they, what we have they will boost for Lethbridge ever after, EN tend in.: invitation at once. If an acceptance comes then all hands will gel ready aud yive the visitors a royal time. John Bull's Froiri the Wesuninster Gazette it is reassuring to learn from Dr. tvnaual the- United Kingdom's drink, bill, that al- though wy.ypimt in- The Social Realm r u? 3 e; i f> London cables MVV I ho weeding took placV-SiKlilrduy m of, members of Brjtiah and 'others .society and politics in London of'Lady Ruby Elliott, sec- ond ''daughter of Kud Minto, viceroy of fortueily governor MM t M n M ".Veekly Herald, one year ____ 1.50 Addresses changed as often as de-; .-..sjr.j... i. i L __ij _.jj___ A newspaper js% supposed to be the eucu. UUL UULU nc anu uiu auui'zns must be given. Subscribers will please remit with order which should be .given for a term. Remit by Express Order, P.O. Order, and Bnuk Money Order. )rdera may be sent direct or through any newsdealer. Address comruun- medium 'spreading- the news and views of all classes of'people before the public and yet when it gives promiiior.ee to u ttght or a murder it is criticiml and on tho other hand when church events reported and sermons given publicity toxicants last year than in 1906 the expenditure per head felli from IGs. 3d. to 1672 to 1878 the averageexpenditure never fell below a head, and in 1876 it touched 9s. On the other hand, from 1841 to. 1851 (both years included) it never rose as high" as while in 1842 it fell as low as 8s. or less than two thirds its present amount. As matters are we stand exactly where we stood- m I860, hen the. expenditure per head on alcoholic liquors was, last year, 15s. 9d. of Cuimtcss of Miutb, and Jloltind ihuiing, Vis- 15s. 9cT From "Ount of Lord Lromer. Among tho wedding gifts u large silver ira'y ications to THE LETHBKIDGE HERALD, Lethbridge, Alberta, Ca- another element turns up its noso nada. jaiHl..says iho is getting ivlig- If our friends who favor us with man-jioii.s. As far as the Ilc'rald is cou- uscript for publication wish to have rejected articles returned they must in all cases send stamps for that purpose. TO SUBSCRIBERS. "Subscribers who fail to receive the Daily Herald will please notify the business office, by phone or other- ivruttl it is a newspaper first last and all the time. It is going' to give the news that will interest peo- ple of all classes but it is going to keep its columns clean and wilt al- ways Advocate those things which are for the betterment of the corn- UA niunity. If wt- were to allow some of t'he critics in the city to rim this paper it would be the worst botched up (lailv in Canada. .'be ensured. 1 To of contract adver- tisemeut in the Daily Herald, copy should be sent in not later than 6j o'clock p. m. of the evening before publication. Transient display ad- j 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 word each insertion. No-advertjae- mt'ut 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 bt forwarded send lOc. extra to cover postage. Terms Birthi, Marriages, and cents every insertion. .Contract Display Rate card at Herald" Of- cents por count line; dis- count -to regular advertisers. 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- i Id ISS GRIMM, Accountant. JOB DEPARTMENT. .The Herald Job Department -is the oest equipped in Southern Alberta. All classes" of work handled expe- ditiously satisfactorily: Walter Jordan, Manager of the Job Depart- tnent. Ttlephone 106. Not What Thev Wanted froni Sir Williajij Mulock, and an em- erultl and diamond bangle from the of the Hoyal Mounted Police. The ed of has been annount- Evelyn Adcla Kerr, daugh KEHC...NEWS April geceo wfre re- porU'd hero on. April 1st. Mrs. Peter George is improved in ht-alth but is still on. the invalid list. Mr. Gleeson walked about a mile and a half on Wednesday. This is his first long walk since last fall. Andrew Bevery has gone ,to the coast. He has farm' to Mr. Gilbert'.Bretfell, his neighbor across the road. Mr. Isaac and Mr. Oleson are still testing for water. Many, good wells have been secured in' this district. There are over twenty good, wells in township-11 range 22 and there is no reason why the near future should not'soii as'.many more. ..On Wednesday, April 1st, Mr. W. Hunt, of the -Huntsville settlement tcr oi the Hon. J. Kerr, and Mrs. Kerr, o( Hathnt'lly, Toronto, to Mr. William Haity, son of the Hon. William llnrby, M.V., of Kingston.', The engagement of Mrs. Jlavid ilac phereou, widow of the late Captain Macphersou, N. W. M. P., to 34r. Ocil George Wilmer Willett of JTovo, Sussex, "is. announc- ed. [liBSPRIIG For Men and Wonien i Spring Weights Just Placed in Stock The Benttey Co. LU. IWesik i Phut 33 A small town in the Far West was a lecture -in the Koho -school on the glacial age or looking for some one to teach- its school, and applications for the post were few. as the district remote, and its population somewhat too new to furnish many possessed of the ne- cessary education. One morning, however, a candidate appeared. He was tall, rather gaunt youth, whose accent unmistak- ably proclaimed him as hailing from New England The trustee, in whose hands the appointment lay. knew pretty wel what the -town .wanted, and he asked the stranger'to give his qualifications as quickly as possible. In faultless English the youth'pro- ceeded to set forth his pedigree narii- iug his father and and showed a marked tendency to .di upon an ancestry, vriiich if proven, should easily have gained his admis- sion to the Sons of the Colonial The Westerner had been looking puzzled, and after a he interrupted the story.! "Now, look-a-here, young he exclaimed; "there's been some inis- take. .we want is a .man 'to "the reign oi Mr. Hunt's lec- ture was up to: date and instructive and given in his style. Mr. Isaac, president of the Keho Epworth League, occupied the chair. Other features of the evening were, a solo by Mrs. Ferguson, of Newlands, and a duet by Mrs. Clarance Hunt "and Roy. P. S. Parrott. A; collection was taken -for .league, purposes.' C; Mr.'Peter George, our local weed inspector is busy appointing statis- tical correspondents for the Domin- ion government for the country north of the river. Whether or not it was because the council was careful to advertise its intention to make extensive local im- provements, in the most obscur teach' school, and not one for breed- ing Weekly. Rules for Automobilists Some rules as laicl down by au exchange: 1: In case a "fanner's, horse will not place possible or whether it is; that! the autoist will take the machine apajj, and conceal the few of the property owners have any objection to the" increased the fact remains the same that there has been practically no objection rais ed. One poor narrow minded clog on the wheels of progress whose proper- ty has doubled in value in the past two years without his doing: any 'HANDS OFF SHIRT WAISTS' Fair Sex of Atlanta 'Formulate Peti- tion to Street Car Company as Result of; Finger Marks on Apoaral. women of Atlanta, pe- titioned the street car companv to I conductors 'not assist wo- men on and off the'-cars. The men give as that" whenever the hands of a condactor touches -a shirt' waist that 'the waist is ruined. The petition- has been numerously signed and the will be issued -to conductors- to 4'hands off the vwomen." WESTMINSTER GUILD Miss Klsie Campbell made her de- But as chairman of the Westminster Knox Church at its meeting on Monday evening. No happier choice could have been made. The menial andv physical pabulum, pro- vided the other members of 'the was keenly relished :by the large number pres- ent. led off Vith an rap- and original paper on He avoided mere bio- graphical' details. His object was to show the enjoyment as well as profit that every reader can derive from the great "classical writers of the English, tongue. Ben JoTinson's ex- quisite' "Drink to Me Only with was ly rhy Mr. 'Arthur Reid. Miss Wright excelled herself in her character sketches: The skit on the 'irresolute shoper was Miss 'Hartley's song was warmly encored, as it richly deserved'to be. One felt the pathos and the tenderness of Dr. Drunv mond's 4 as Mr. Irving recited the "Habitant." Then after an in- terval ofx-conversation refreshments followed. One hears the comment thai the young" people in Lethbridge'have no place to go an evening. For at least one evening each week the Guild supplies ,this want. It would not be easy to; find a gathering where pleasure and benefit are more hap- pily (combined. ;It must be gratifying to have worked -hard to make the meetings successful to fine their efforts are-much appreciated. GAMEY FOR -CABINET parts in .the grass. 2. When approaching a curve, the autoist.-will take and go ahead on foot, sounding the horn one minute and listening the next. 3. In case of a breakdown, the au- toist will remove his machine to the thing to make it more valuable and! [Barest ditch and cover it with grass who refused to take a price of- and brus-h; in onler that no horse fercd by a party who "intended mak-j take at U' ing the property worthy its posi- tion, entered a protest, saying that such an expenditure would give the city a hard knock. same pairs. The Busiest Canai in the World According to Census Bulletin "No. time the tenant of T.hc property, re- 01 the-'busiest canal in the world is -Vccived. notice that his rent would, be, St. Mary's -Falls Cariala, conecting raised on the', first of to j Lake Superior and Lake Huron. In the increased taxation due to the IMG the net tonnage of vessels pass- building of the permanent sidewalks. in? through this canal was three times ,These taxes of course would be pay- as great as 'that through the Suez able next year for the first, but that fact mokes no difference to such as he. It is a. mighty good thing for that its citizens of this stamp have all rlied or moved "to Jittle-.villages where conloil lamps, single piank and; bucket fire brigades are the height of mun- icipal ambition. Ixjthbridge in too progressive to be held back by such! It is a and is to it. To Get a Seat in Whitney 'A New Judge Toronto, April' is rumored here that it "will not be long before IL R. of ManHouHn, is taken into the Ontario cabinet. He has a strong following in the party'through- out the province arid Premier Whit- THE OPERA HOUSE LAST NIGHT The Arington" Comedians and th" Polmatier Sisters -La'dies' Orchestra gave a splendid performance of "The Belle of last evening The house was "filled with a very ap preciative audience and the play heli them with a tense.grip ;many of th situations and climaxesv bringin. Columbia Restaurant S Open Day and Night FRESH OYSTERS Candies, Cigars, Japanese Meal Tickets ptr Next door to Coaldale Hottl The Hadley-Roberts Co. Fresh Stock of Easter Goods Phont-211 WANT A GRANT MADE Edmonton, April provinci al government has been asked to' ap propriate toward sending team of 'Alberta's best athletes to England this summer to compete at the great Olympic games. You will find reward >-i X in (or and short V-; orders. Tonight Specials nfier 10 Suckling aud 4 Peas THE HUB Utorta tetaoit Short Orders at all V Regular 25c Meal-Tickets i- Cafe IX maim Nub CARROLL DOYLE X- Pioneer Coal THE MARKET All Attended to Cuh Mast be Patt r I OUR LETTER BOX. (The Herald is not, responsible for the sentiments.expressed in this col- umn. All correspondence must be accompanied by w the ...writer's name otherwise publication will be refused. POSTAL SERVICE- Thursday last I mailed a letter .addressed S. Sweet Grass. On Friday it was f better T In red ink I added, the -words, North America, Western Uemispheiv. The Earth. and remailed. The postmaster's substitute that in this case the bob'tail 'had been wagging the dog, and does not even pretend that tho wagging fied zeal in the public service or necessary in the public interest. us get a; pattern off this mail sort- er's plumb attach our ALWAYS FRESH i Wer make daily deliveries of all our bottled goods, and we can be depended. upon for absolute prompt-1; "-ness you want the best, for. and flavor, ask your dealer for our bottling. If he can't supply you we will LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, LTD. PROFESSIONAL CARDS W.S.GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. MeGili Office 914 te'dpath St. 'Phone S3 9a.m., 2-3. 7-8-p.m. DR8. McCLURE STEWART, 8ur- gepa Dentists. Office Hou'ra: 9a.m. U> to 5p.m. HAMILTON YOUNG and Room Block. K.C..O.C.L., 8. Morton Jonts, B. 'C. L. CONYBEARE li JONES Barristers, Solicitoia, Etc. Block. Ltthbridft, Alta. Yours, etc., R.'Sage. forth storms ot applause. Thev spe 10 i i. cialties by tne three-httle girls were] the best they have yet given; while Chas. Cunning 'in his specialty re- ceived a genuine ovation. Tonight the bill will be "The Gold- "cn Giant a beautiful story of the West in This is the ney is being persistently urged to re-f play written by McKee Rankin, in cognize his claims.' which he starred for several years. It is: likely A. H. Clarke, K. C., M. P., of Win'dsor, wil Ibe chosen to suc- ceed Justice. Mnbee on Urn' Ontario High Court. Cinal and more than sevon times as great as that through the Kiel Canal. This is more noteworthy since St. Mary's Canal is open for traffic only about, eight months in the year while the others are open all the round. The increased use. of St. Mary's Falls Canal -has" been tremen- dous. Tn -ISvSO only tons WILL TfiY LOCAL OPTION Vote to Be Taken in Claresholm and s Olds by Temperance People OUR POINT OF VIEW The city should turn the hoso on the square right away and pet it .properly soaked' so that xchcn the bright, warm days como, the grass wjil spring lip quickly. Havclock, tho liqcor lic- ense fee was f250. The hotel men and immediately put. scaled goods up to: 15; cents a glass. PAINa'L PLEASURE I t J "Taking pains" to get yon J the best of everything at a I', X t 3OOO at a dinner given by Emperor B> Estimate of Drop in Revenue through 1 William. Some of the guests were Early Closing, of a Millionv [talking about Dr. Hill and his wife and a Half Dollars i ,n a gossipy way. One of the diplo- 'mats made the remark that Mrs. 7.-Rev. W. G. For-j Hill carried her democratic ideas so raised, to S750 from JT Colored Photo Post Cards ftunc- field of the far a? to go to market on a'bicycle, telmcn paid the price i of Rocky MonntaiRSCCnery Temperance, and Moral Reform Lea- "We cannot have them ox- Sir Wilfrid trip to the west may take .place in June anri it is' certain that Lethbridge will be one of the places that he 'will visit. He wHl get a rousing welcome from the people of .the south country. W. B., AVilcox' has disposetl of the Phocnuc. H. C., Pioneer to T. A. I Love, formerly of WilcoX! has kept the Pioneer in the front! rank of B, C. newspapers tvnd his] retirement Tncar.s a distinct loss to tke journalism of the province. Some just received from the fa- raons Raphael Tuck house Another lot of EASTER Postcards Newest designs Lowest Prices ALL 2 FOR D CENTS i i ag rnldiK tiiif tiVi ttiti tiinttr Red Deer, April Alberta Moral and Temperance Reform Lea- The Aringtons are giving Lethbridge people ,the finest performances we have ever had here; and the com- pany is larger and stronger than when here before. They undoubtedly will and should have packed houses all week. To show his appreciation .of the lib- eral patronage he is receiving in Lethbridge Manager Arington will give to the holder of the Lucky num- ber on Saturday 'evening, the choice of a lady' or gentleman's _ fine gold gac has decided to ask the provinci- j exhibited at Wright's al government to make- the neces-1 jewolery store. sary legal arrangements for taking j a local option vote in Olds and Clar- esholm. The League understands thai the Saskatchewan government will t be a.sked by the temperance forces of that province to allow municipal lo-j cai option hy a majority vote to be taken'during the municipal' election. GOES TO MARKET ON HER BICYCLE This News of American Wife ShockVd the Kaiser Berhn. April incident from which the misunderstanding David Jayne Hill, Ameri- I can ambassador elcci to-Berlin, hap- Udicsr Ladies' Tailored made to Order and Measure kits, Skirts, tan, Mcts, Cuts, Itfi; Mb rt Fin Latest Sryiw, Correct Firtinfr, Miiterial, New and 'Exchtfre DeaigiiK No Two Garments Made Alike: Uuttr- paucd WockaanthSp. Low Weekly or Mottthly If jou be Btvlighlj and cor- rectly guwncil wriie to 30S Fort Winnipeg, Man. W. C. SIMMONS T Barrister, Etc. Office: Southard'Block. B. C. MOORE Funarai Director and Embalmar to Pre-sbyterian C'iarch Office Phone XI02. Reskienci; 136. F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room f Whitney Block. WOMEN'S, CHRISTIANA E M P E R A N C U O N Meet in-Methodist-Wesley Church every third Friday'in the month 3.30" p. m.' welcome. MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES.: Prea. MRS. CHAS. McCLENAGHAN, Secretary, Reed, of the'C.P.R. sta- tion goes _t 1 this ing to take' the position of night op- erator-there. He is succeeded here by J." H. Smith of Glcicton. OF CANADA Forty4wt Years if SMXtssfri BoklH i Sayings Accoot ta-MW in the Union Bank of Canada is the best start on the rood to independence. or more opens au account, and with Interest added 4 times a year it will grow rapidly. JolBt Accounts may'be opened by two persons, to that either may deposit or withdraw cash.: _ LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. Anderwm, Manner. R. G. ADD 1 SON Blairmore, Alta. FUNERAL DIRECTOR, AND EM. BALMER Office Phone 63-Reaidence Phone 2a d.t.f. Meets 1st and Urd M o n d ays in K. of P. Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. S. G. 3DAVIES, W.P. 21-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S. LethhrnUe Nest of Owb i Lethbridge ,Nest ol Owls. No. will meets the accord Thursday of "each month in K.-oI P. Hall. G., V. STORKEY, Secretaary. C.'ROSS President. M. PRIEST. Junior guo, in an addreas in Knox Church j claimed tho Kmperor, actually jump-j here on Sunday made an estimate j ing in his chair. iiwt the closing of the bars in this! "The doubts which arose in offi-' province at ten o'clock meant a lossjcfal quarters concerning Dr. Hill's m revenue of a million and j> half dol- j appointment as American Ambassa- lars to hotelmen. dor here did not question his person- al says the Voesichc Zcitung, The Tuber .Free. Press says: Just as in publishing "an authoritative cx- wc go to press we Icarn that Mr. i planatiori." "They arose solely be- Chahners of 1-xlmontou, government' cause Dr. Hill is riot wealthy enough engineer, and Mr. Simons of maintain.a position ;here in kcepr Tiat, foreman for the bridge con- ing with tho place of the United tractors, arc-in town and intend to States as a world power." start the construptton of the bridge _ over the Belly River. Immediately. t LIBERAL CANDIDATE part .of the >crew from London, April Mid- Medicine- Hat will bo here in a ttw Liberals aominated John Gil- days, ilon for tho Legislature. Ttie Klberta Raihrai ami IrrigitiM Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON .THE MARKET lib fcrtt if the bihrt m M it fettftr K FROM Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each One-thiidtoash, one-third 6 month9 12. Blolltllti Interest 6 per cent, per annum at rome. Walter App-'eby, v' Lodge -Pride of Alberta, No! 293, if feRflt in tW >TJT flret and in the aonO p.m. VWtiug bivthren always wtl Boi 57. LETH8RIDGC '.OUut NO. C. B. P. 0. t. MeeU 4th -f inqntlh at 8.15 p.m. E-X SHARMAN, Jr. AWOCIAT10W OF tTATtONARY CNQINEILRt the Labor, EM tvnj and fourth Mondayr ra" "month. Employers certlflcated en- fineeri; and out ol dc to with us. ROBERT ;