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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta L. T H rf R I D G t DtBy HeraW would like to get arable man like Sifton into their ranks but S if ton yet. TIMBER ,U.M'IT. SCANDALS Without Any Foundation .Whatever v F> L B U E 5 D A Y A P K L. FATHER LACOMBC'S EARLY DAYS 8. by the Daily Herald Printing every lavful evening at UaTTofliewrBound Lethbridge, AlkwU, CaaadA. W. A. BUCHANAN, 2.01 I.M RatM one'year, delivered 14.11 tix delivered, moDthV delivered. I'reinier Scott is not going to mix j sitcTf the Provincial' University: Hoj Otlawa Frve is leaving the selection to the gov- j errors of University. Thiilling .-4- .Trip Down the" ;ii lived in imMjjjtj Father Calgary dogs, if a bylaw now be- delivered ma .16 3.M 1.75 JS 1.54 (_ Dtiljr, one year, Dtilf, fix nionttu, by mail Dailr, three months; by mail Weekly Herald, one year changed as 'oftea aa de- old given. i, will please remit with 1 order which should be given for awcified 'term. Remit bj Express j Onkr, P.O. Order, and Money Order. v i kdera may be sent direct or through! any newsdealer. Address comtnun- j icatious to THE LETHBRIDGE j i HERALD, Lethbridge, Alberta, Ca- s oada. If our friends .'.who favor us with mau- uacript for; publication wish to have rejected articles returned they fore the city council passes, nppcp.r on thc streets unless led-by a string 'by their That would lx> good law ia Ixsthbridge. bfost of the dngsMiow roaming Utreets would never'foe'led around Ii anybody; their owners would IMS too much ashamed to have them in sight Die alleged timber limit scandal is] l exploded. The Conservatives sit town flom the on Kridny of last week, Ki-thbiidgo yes- hit the opening of the present session of Parliament to show that the Gov- ernment's policy in connection with the disposal of timber limits was vviong and wasteful and, luither that the Department of the Interior had terduy afternoon'. It is 09 years ago MIU'- lejtt meNJepartmem yi jun-nui cqiiung .in corruptly manipulated the tender ;rriVing inlit lo .nabi, Mr. T. A. Burrows, M. f Hiul tho Imperial I'ulp Company Jiai CAR OF BARB the old to come ami .steamboat in the early aul then secure hmiU that ought to have goneju mere liamlejl. ami inhabitants to rival temh-ivr-s. The conten-'were a rough lot'btnifi mo-tly bteam- tion was completely in and A small debates m the House of the in is 'lisjcoiul wa-> to unfoune of fcjt 1'aul, was-how- the b the Public cummudious vnouph to aU A Chemical Engine (Tuber Free Press) Accounts Coiuittee. ehuieh.goerh iu'those policy of tho pre.-eut flovtrn lt mem IP merely a continuation of that t must in all cases eend stamps [or that purpose! NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subicribers who fail to receive the Daily Herald will please notify the business office, by phone or other- wise; at'the earliest possible mo- work if got on time but if not it is of vorv little 1 giving :vs was an that the Mac government, from 1873 to 1678, c ek and koopj tfn avciape bouu. o 3 per 1 square mile on a total of 310 square than to thorn from spreading. View in Front "Ha! ha! ranted Hi Tragedy, in the dungeon scone. "I'm mad! mad I dMance lh.> Mississippi to a man to bt- dying. This man a unenviable lepeutation and the young priest was. strongly advi.-cd :i going, He went though, and ON .TRACK TODAY _ lad Mill ir LEIHliilSE 1 O -I t) You will find jt 'a rewanl rr in litdt to go ie-tlte Hub '4 meali short' orders, f irst-dass Cafe IS TUB WE, v-f -Sbiirt Orfer Httif CARROLL VDOYLE- AL C AIM W.I.GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. McQilf Physician, U Office' 914 Redpath 2-3. .7-8 jT.iu. feller? that paid to The Rude Girl "I sometimes that I could fly And soar through the air." So quoth the dado. Thou said the maiden rude: "Of flying fiph I've ofU-n heard. Are varf, oh, very rare. be 'eoaured. To ensure change of contract adver tUement in the Daily Herald, copy should be sent in not Inter 6 o'clock p. ni; of the evening before j publication. Transient display ad-1 will be received up to! 10 o'clock a. m. of the day of pub- j lieation, and want advertisements j up to 2.00 p. m. i ADVERTISING RATES "Sd astssisr wd- ment for less than 25c. Six con-i insertions for price of four. Initial letters, abbreviations, j and "c" marks, each figure and j words count aa full words. When replies are to to forwarded send lOc. extra to cover postage. Terms cash. and Deathi-50 cents every insertion. Contract Display Rate card at "Daily Herald" Of- fice. cents per count line; dis- count- to regular advertisers. Subject to advertise- huiles; the from 187f Ie95, an average bonus of square mile on an area-of square imli-s; and tho present admin istration an average bonus of in an area of These speak for themselves, H the alieiia gallery, "you ain't near as mad as UP] tjon o{ lands under the pres so .that prompt delivery may "ITi bet" yelled''a voice from the 1 mt administration has been excessivurv startling oh jrcK but he pushed buuvly by and >ntered the room where he found a nan dishevelled hair, -at point of death. Ho upioachede -.pcakiufr words! Columbia Kestaurant Open Oay and Night FRESH 'OYSTERS Candies, Cigars, Japanese Meal Tickets per Week N'cxt dooi to Coald.ile Hotel The Hadley-Roberts >i iru a deaf car, the man, axpirmg even as he spoke. The paint- ed women at-thv door of the shack bd UK of the. TABER DISTRICT IS GROWING in value the consequence of that, Many New SeUlers Come in to Occupy an active iin- the Land presh Stack of Easter Goods Phone 211 Several' days' -pout in the ittle frontier "'lawn, awaiting tlie ar- timber icsourefs 01 the country open 'ival of the-Red Riur caits which UH up; and that limits have enhanc A ,i_, i uul been sent nom fort Garry to neoi him. The journey north was a iard and difficult om- thirtv days be- i migration campaign. It is the mis i n T 1 ing consumed in making the trip. take of fncnly, as as hostile r. V I Notable changes have taken place critics to coujncfcr the value 01 limits e i i Freo -11 n this country since Pore Lacfmbe M. int ir.c aftor much capital has Iwens 'list vi-sited it and many men who iiade hLstory In parly days since passed away Father La- arrived Saturday with a carload of ments subject to' approval of man- agement of "Daily Herald.3' DAILY HERALD NEWS AND OF- FICE O. p. AUSTIN, City Editor. JOHN 'TORRANCE, Ccl- .lector and Assistant Business Man- atar. MISS GRIMM, Accountant. JOB .DEPARTMENT. The Herald Job Department is the hiSest equipped ,in Southern Alberta. classes handled expe- ditiously and satisfactorily. Walter offects. -Resides all his farm Imple- meats, household ctTocis, etc., ho xmibe been nlu-vod of fartlier April sa-vs: 'spent in the industry and values! "Mr. .J. H. Hubbs, of Flora. Appreciated all'round, rather; than the actual value of the limits! v.-hon thev acquired, aay, in 1902, i. _ -ccleaiastieal v.Tork owing to advnic- and 1904. doubt, sales m the! hrmiirhf firif> His mnil', MI i j. i i i t inc VeatS, 111S bt'lHg a brougiu titic ncises. uit, itirm j (uturL, wm jiave be it-carded b ic cifnntPH iMirnfppn milas south'- f i i L-" young priest newly arrived Hie vt-n- is situaiec, anout eigmeen nuus bouunj j transac- IIC.LL ui Arabic gL-ntleman is now engaged in memoirs of ROCHON Best Ice Cream Purest'Candy m WmiMCOWHCOFSim there also comes thc'de- maud goodt Spring tonic. IiY tLis respect tlie s Lethbridge'' Bock ;Beer absblutf ly pure extract'of malt and liopg. For the run down and fng- ged out jt is a bralihy food b Oeliverecliu after llth LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, LTD. DPS. STEWART, Sur- geon 2n.; HAMILTON YOUNG and ir Room C.F.P.ConyUvV; K.C., D.C.L., B. 'Morton B. C. L. CONYBEARE L JONES Barristers, Solicitoia, Etc. Office: Ltthbridfo, 22-lyr. f W. C.'SIMMONS AJvocaU, Barritttr, Etc 'Office: Southard Hlcck. B. C. MOORE Funtral Director and'Embalmor Prfcbbyterian lurch Office Phone 102. 'Residence f. B. ROLF8ON ARCHITECT Roam Whitney 39-0 back of'Taber. and" he purposes breaking all he can and crop as possifol originally a welcome him country. "On 'Tuesday evening Gicr of Ivensal, X.D., arrived with a carload of settlors' c'JTects and will locate on his'homestead, north of the w aking fe phould not be ten -much A i j r he task of compiling the nu much m past> md ft lhp l e _ Mr. Hobbs was: waa and had to be iis life, dealing with his spiiitual A, from commencement to1 A aiuiuikin.s Oj much thc same as mum- X to-hir-Siitivc llfl present day, and this will i gration had to be argument that, it was a waste-1 ful policy to give away homestead' lands, which have since become very; published in book form in Uie French late Fuihuur Lcconibe is a mobt convqjjtatifinalist and, 'de- is just as tnnt t 'ights in recountiusr his manv and var- :c rPcjimK- ii5fvl tn has recentlv of his valuable horses dien in the i lounrl a chnrcre of in re T l _ i experipnces. One of these aavs Geo. Taylcr, Florist 0 650 Bartlett Street Orders left for Easter cut 0 flowers1 before, A priliJ.2th promptly filled- -your order can-, 2 not promise orders to be 1 filled after that date. Just Arrived t CAR OP ;ment.' IM. Manager of the Job Depart- car which he claims to hftve Veen Upect to the dibnosai 01 tiniber limits of will bej ami tho deeds 01 thc pioneers t caused bv heavy shunting. The competitive bonus, as a matter oi' -ITT T t f i l will be recorded thereon but no one> John 'lesnerqon of Waubav SD i was not intended to bear c i .jonn -jesperson, o.u., wul niorp 0[ mention) nmonir cottiers to reach relation lo tlie value or tne timber; among me .-cuiLrs, IUILII f r herein, than tho old and respected' ere Tuesday. He has bought a half- but instituted to determine which two or more people who wanted a Spruce Lath far Wort -fibre Plaster ii WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN T E M PJE N C E U liTl O N Meet .Wesley', Church (Very in at 3.30 p. in. Visitors alvtays welcome. MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES. Pres. MRS. CHAS. McCLENAGHAN, B-0 Secretary. Ni-Suiting it Plaster if Use Tkse R. G. ADDISON Blainmort, Atta. FUNERAL DIRECTOR, AND EM BALMER Office Phone Phone 28 d.U. Order of Foresters' ROOM AT THE TOP There is always room at the top. That is to the ambitious -young nia-n, who uses the opportunities the .world offers. Dan; R. JIcBain was water boy on the ilichigan Central rail- road. He has just be-on promotetl from a position of much importance at Jack son, Mich to the. highly important position of asisistant superintendent of motive power on the N'ew York Central-Railway. Ban JMcBain is a Canadian boy ant his rapid advancement in the rail- road world is due. to his energy, ho- nesty and willingness to work. Jlis record should be a stimulus' to all young men. Don't be too: prone to be' a water boy or to start at the bottom rung of the In honesty and loyalty to you employers will bring you to the ?.op ection of land a few miles south of he town. On .Wetlncsday he was particular berth should have it, the, usy unloading lu.s car and getting i one offering the highest bonus receiv- moved out to-his iug it. The stumpage and other duos H. Tinslcy, of Spokane, Wash. for revenue. brought in two carloads of imple-1 Tne general policy of the Govern-[ ments and stock Monday. He has j ha5 largely contributed to the iis Jiimi a few miles south of the increase in the value of the own. Last year he brought in' a resources; and now out of this cir- .team plowing outfit, and he purpo.-x- cumstance, tlioy are condemned. Their priest. Rov. Father. THE AUCTION, MART Round' Street WEDNESDAY, APRIL." 15, 1908 AT 230 P M. PROMPT i Vie frivored homj ForSale CHOICE LOTS breaking up and cropping a large I opponents say the limits are Cli.w. F. Harris remove and section of land this year. He Avill much today; how H it you didl by auction. a? alwv. the very oso no time getting .to work break- i get that amount in 1002 and 1903? NorthWard At EACH S10 down and monthly make his home at Bow Island where he has his homestead. "J. of Xorth Portal, who tias his homestead at has ing and seeding. charge that the former Land .Peterson arrived with two i Commissioner manipulated the ten- carloa'ds of effects Tuesday, and will iders tht: interests ot the Imperial j Pulp 'Company and Mr. Burrow? wa? J shown to be unfounded. The com- j pany'.s stilicUor testified that certain I Hgims, which it was insinuated had' or bltck' h-1 Chairs, ibw-tt filled in by Mr. Turriff, werel loatncr hftndsoma_0ak China 1 by himself; and the evidence Cabinot: small Oak Stand; Massive Household furniture -T I And Effect (the property of F. C.} including Solid Oak '.vith bsvcl plate G. C. McDonald Room 0 Whitney Block WM. OLIVER'S Office, Yards and Cor, UQ1B aid OINS, ITIEHS Mt.272 this week been ..unloadinjf his and moving out. "Peter of Hurd. NVD., i of the local manager of the Bank ot Solid Oak Eocki-r: Superior Oak Dres- This is young man's age. Winston Churchill, just past hi twenties, hns been given a. full cabinet position in the British eminent. William "Lyon King, Ca nada's deputy minister of labor about the same age as Churchill, ha concluded a "successful diplomatic mission, which brings him into the front rank of great Canadians. W. A. Cameron, a young man of twenty-six years of age, has been called to the pastorate of Bloor St. BAptist Church in Toronto. This church is one of the foremost in the denomination, and one of its pastors was Kcv. Chas. A. _at the .present time of John Rockefeller's church in Cleve land. This Is a pretty good record for the young chaps within a week. Dining Table; high also unloaded his car and will id-! Ottawa and the dates on the cabinet Machine; cnte on his homestead at Winnifrcd. j [noved that wcre madc out "A. E. Gregg of Plainfield, Wis., i forc the lentlers were opened, so that arrived on Monday with a carload of j COllkl n0t havc been Jml Rp e u i _, mented iftt-r tlio onenr-d Hm' Rrass Redjtoads; Bedroom and' implements, household and aiur ine i-nutxa opened _ Ur Turriff ononpd in his Billing Koom stock, ami moved to his homestead j" J-urrin openeci me tenners in ins at Bow Island. i secretary's pivspnce, and she stated "Mr. Weaver and a friend of and Stands 'rf Oak Secretaire; to match -.Enamelled Service; Glazed his that there was nr. ort Cuphonrd; Kitchen Cabinet; arrived from Dakota Tuesday, and manipulation. If Pnhlio Vfrnnnm M1DI1C it is expected their implements and iither.effects will arrive later. Their j harl a public the nearly nt-w Cooking Range in handsome Dinner I0f' Kltcncn homestead lies about miles from Wftukl hnve tllat Mr' Turriff' Goods on Visw at Mart'Monday and' own." I I I I Ii i I I II I I I IUIH OUR POINT OF VIEW Don't forget to btfiutify your pro- perty this year by planting n lot of sweet pens. Rich.'trdson of the Winnipeg s acandidacte for Parlia- Bob is very fond c f los injf his deposit' wants enjoy sensation once more. The Winnipeg- Tribilnc publishes "clothes line" despatch, froa, Ottawa staling that Hon. Rabtrl Ucgors is at Ottawa trying to arrange for the vuinincc OT Hon. Clifford Sifton fnto tW Conservntivc pftrty. The Tories Standard Oil PAINTINGS With in last words of thc old roan were: Don't forget to Ml them about the "Xew Oil Paint- ings." Local scenery, real Indian canoes and tepees. Framed to suit S2.9Q each. i K-JI the court "without a stain on hi? and there would be a' j charge, of defamation of character' against the Opposition. members, [of Parliament arc privileged. The] I only restraint which is supposed toj influence ths-ir conduct is-that impos-j 'rd-by individual.'sense'of .honor; l is utterly wanting, ilu-rf i-. 1 none, rrxcpet, of .conrse, in the final! court of people, who willk be required at the next election, judgment npon this degradation [fit public life.'The Oppositions are out r.ftc-r thc and suspicion find misrepresentation are their wea- 1 pons. It is time the Govmimont and j its supporters .were out after tho Oppo- jsition; and the only woapr.n 'hoy re- quire tho plain Truth. Tuesday, and 14, from 9 to i THE EARTH WOBBLED very'littlft our picture franier went away. We are doing better work then ever with less gas. The finishing touches to house-c.leaning are "The "Picturtt." Our pricrs are right. '_' _ _ I HIM TK Pioneer Cosl IS OX THE" MARKET All Orders Strictly Attended to-: Cash Must be Paid: on JUNES tICWT: rYif. Snap of the Season f.OT 50 6 x <120 Block 5, London Road. cash, or terms may be ar- ranged. Apply 105-G BOX V., HERALD OFFICE, TRACKAGE Lota 3-1 and 35, "Block 31, with Inrge BrickWarehouse ON SMITH ST. Lane on Sides, also on SPUR TRACK an ideal site for wholesale business Price 35000. Terms ITwo Lots Alberta Realty Co LetKhridge, AltaM Cutbill-Street SNAP P.O. BUti in ,K. of P.- Hal! last ofjnonth. Visiting Brethren Welcome J. F. C.R. H. A. JUAVEETY, R.S. Meets vlsr and prd Mood ays in K. of P. Hall H o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially S. Cfr DA.VIES, W.P. 21-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S. Lethbridgt Nest of- Owls Lethbridge Nest ol Owls.'No. V meets the KOcood Thursday ol each month in K. of P. G. V. .3TORKEY. Secretary. C. ROSS TATE, K. PRIEST. Junior Past Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293? if bKjari toient tekt) j i-f, f Mft-t in the of firrt HIH) tkinl Thnrilny in nonth nt 8 p.Bi? TioiTing biythrsu alwajK W. KM T. RoMm. Sec. -i- Kxpert ishoo.repairing at F. Gcr- M j W. F. Russell and I'rojxsrt of Tabor havo purchased a jness at TVovo, Utah. It will ho con ductod by 5fr.. Prohcrt's son. -Mess- rs. Russell and Frobtirt, sr., are ex- pected in Tabor next, month. i 1 1 1 II t 1 1 1 1 1 1 i Billlc Sharratt Ventriloquist and Mimic At liberty for Smoking Concerts, fc. Vcntriloqnwm taught j Ladies" Tailored Garments made to Order and Measure Mtsf Skfrts, IfWB) JttMU, tats, EiR XiMs Fm Latest Styles, .ilttinp, T Material, Ejiehisivc Design No Two Garments Maie APre. Unicr- WcrkmansWr. Prices Easy Weekly or PArwwrts H you vrish to be- stylwhly- and for- write to MYlttMi b, SOLE AGENTS TOR BUCK'S Happy Thought Ranges'. Second to "None. Call and See1 their Stock HAYR BR Successors to G. L. Vrooatu -f4 tfMt't'tf LETHBRIDQC ?'J C. P. Snd and 4th month 8.15 p.m. E. A. 8HARMAN, each Secretory. NORTH-WEfT AMCCIATION STATJOHARY ENOINCtRS Meet in the Rail tee- and and fourth Mondays in month. v Employers re-pinnf certificated eit- Igtnccrs, out of empkf- k ment, wouM do well to ccmmnnieata with us. ROBERT NEVIJi, OEO. FRCCE, ;