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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta i Dbt t H I A AT U R D A V APRIL II, (Ml JSt Daily Herald by the Daily Herald Printing Co., Ltd.. every lawful evening at oihee, Round St., Lethbridge, A. 'BUCHANAN, Managing Di- Editor. Subscription out- ymr, delivered Daily, oix Aiionth, delivered, 2.00 ihrt'Kj'iii'uuiliit. delivered.. 1.00 Daily one tuouth, delivered .35 year, by mail 3.00 OaiJy, six months, by mail 1.75 mouths', by mail .85 Herald, osie year en changed as often as de- but both new and old address be given. I Side J A OUEBY FROM MONTREAL (Montreal Herald) If thu Calgary rs find it necessary to double the price of Jrinks because they have to close at ten, tit what unearthly hour can ihcv been closing all these Now the shop he loft a good cus- tomer and no doubt imuiy more did just the siiiiie thing. Asked why he I did thix inv.sjiid thai the our thing that he particularly liked in the trades union movement wus tlu- qiU'S- tion of short hours and ho would not .support anyone who bucked it. A CLEAN-UP DAY had a 'general clean up day. Stores and schools were closed ami .the citizens went to work with a will -rand cleaned up the .yards und streets. Arbor Day due here pretty soon siiid .every eitixen of Lethbridgv, ,great and small, should resolve now to devote the entire day to planting of trees, flowers and grass seed, and up the hack and front yards, -iulso 'he boulevard in front of UK ir A day devotui to this work would oatdke Lethbridge look "spick and Oil of tin1 most disagreeable con- ditions encountered by union wlii) call for union made poods is. tho explanation frequently given by ihe Go to Father clerk or proprietor that although the FMLM u speech by John Sharp Wit- desir d'article does nqt have the lu- Hants in tin- House of K-. j bel, it nevertheless union, made', on April 3. j Uut what shall'union people think Mr. Chairman, 'the real object of of miy firm that is entitled to '.ho introducing thai rule was to prev.nt label hut consistently fails t" put it us. fro-ii forcini! you to. expedite pub-ion their products? l.s .such u linn en- lie business. {Applause un the Dem-! titKd to the- patronage of union iwj ooralic stile.) Every lime anybody! Tlie only guide, that a purehasei wants to pass any of this reform. legis-! can have is the presence of tho label, lution. so much of which is di-sirr-d by; and if it is not there tin- best policy honest men in your owii parly, you) to pursue.is to patronize thosv firms After! that union trade enmigh to OF BARB SWEET PEAS Our agitation, for a general jihint- ing of-sweet peas .throughout the city -In order that property might be-beau- has, caught the .attention of outside the city. The other day a Lethbridge lady re- ceived a gift ui forty of --sweet ps-as from a friend in Montreal liad been reading th.- Herald. He wanted to promote the sweet pea i'irrov.'iug idea so he his contri- to a lady whom he was certain use them in the way the Her- ,.yld suggested. The Herald hopes all classes of cit- 5ze.ns will, take the sweet pea growing up enthusiastically. It will oniean a.beautiful city if every garden iiahd lawn i is this line cry out, ''After the election the election! After the 'election You i use re-mind nif a little bit of a of' poetry my boy picked up the other! day somewliere at the public school; and brought home and recited to me; and his gnindmotln r, and of which, j wh'fji he gut through, his grandmoth-: er you ought never to re-: peat that uiiy more, because tiiat i.s J jusi about ihe saine telling any- body to go to the bad That, poetry ran after this wise: When I askt-tl my girl to marry me, she ?uid, "Go to father." She knew thai I knew that her father was (lend; She knew that 1 knew the life had led: She knew that I knew what sh meant when she said: ''Go to father." (Great applause and laughter." the label on its wares. I ON-TRACK v 4 Hie Wtot Co, ltd. Sports and Pastimes ini A. H. teams. The formed had a" little the bet'tor' of tho argument.' X of the now players were' lookers favorably. towns tho north -Hue showed souse in refusing to 'go in on a league including IMncher Creek und Tuhor. Railway fare -is a big in conducting u baseball other kind of league in thU country of magnilicent distances. Tho Crow's Nest. League Imvo 'to do some iimuicing' to make jiicn distances t uro' bet andl'lit-rlier CrwU. Mae.leock. Tuber, uacl Loih- bridge should give a pretty good ar- ticle of bull. ).Sonic of: tho promoters of the city league'.feared the j'ormution of un-outside league would militate .'against the city but there is ittle fear of that when the number of games to be played is nc greater than that provided by tho schedule adopted.by the C. N. League. IP IN U game. In the The first football match of the was played .'yesterday afternoon between the -Maple Ix'ufs mul the J {angers. The latter team is com- posed almost entirely of new-comers u ho 'were to a extent unknown ijuantities but the play in the nfie-'r- noon showed that tiiey some good players in their ranks.-Between I the two clubs u first rate team can i be chosen to ujdiold the honor I of the city on the football field. The Maple "Leafs, were too for tha half the al- J {angers made a bolter showing though their forwmds were unable to Fingal. Lvvinn- of Ont., had a birthday party on her 94th birthday. Among- the guests were Barber, aged 9G und Mrs.' J. i twoill-v Williams, aged S3.' new team defeating them fought contest by 2 in a hard- The Leafs minutes, 'being sponsible, for the first and break 'through'..the defence' very often und when they, did Sunnier in his us- ual 'style handled the shots cleanly. The teams were: Maple..Ledf.s' position Hangers Sunnier goal Chisholm Ilarvio 1U. Ferris Firth :Lt. back Carr Hobcrts. IU. half back Sloan Chcswick back Scott Oliver half Williams Fleming n.' For'd Graham Fairbrothcr irit. For'd Humphries Filmer C. For'd White Barber I. L. For'd Benniol O. U. for'd. llolberton At EACH down monthly C. C. McDonald Room 0 Whitney Block N PtOTESSIONAL CA1DS W.f.QALBRAITH, M.D.C M. McQiil Accouchtr Office 914 KMlptttjt Bt. i Thone SJ 7-8 p.m. McCLURE t STEWART, Sur- geon DentfsU. Oftce Hours: 9a.m, to 12 IM V t ________ ?----------_-------- _ ,DR. C. C. CRAGG Pnyticiart Office "over Store 'House Office 11 to 4-.30 p.m.', >x, Now Unit the C. N. P. league, has out its schwlule, the executive of Ihc City League will soon meet to draft the scluxlule.' for the settson. President lliunphrias is calling it meeting for next Wednesday evening. The secret ury of the City bus beeu please to receive from W. CV Simmonsi M.P.P., a substantial evidence of his appreciation, of the honor of being made a patron of tlioi league. His appreciation." the form of goo'l sized cheque. TRACKAGE Lots 34 and 35, Block 31, with'large BrickKaretouse ON SMITH ST. Lane ou Two Sulea, also on SPUR TRACK an Ideal site for wholesale business DR. 0. J, COUHTICE Dentist Giaduute of Northwestern Univer- sity, Chicago, III, Office to 5..'' Block': YOUNQ Enf'nttrb and Suivtyors Block. A GROWING TOWN -Warner is a lively sixteen months old. town. It is going to be much bigger and jm'ore-important in a few years. Its history up to the present, a.s Vte 5dea that there is something celebrated system of. modern gasoline lighting which has already proved its merits ad popularity ..throughout the United States and Canada.- Refer- cnces and some capital are required and 'exclusive territory will be given. This is a sterling proposition and Say. Mr. Union Man. when you go j means large profits to a good man. into a barber shop to get some work clone do you make enquiries whether! thev have the union cardr Tf v.oti j a sort session last night, owing the holiday, they simply met. and adjourned. 'wrong. "What the Opposition seeks to do is to engender suspicion., not find the guilty party, should there be for the very palpable reason 'that all the guilty mon found so far heen men appointed by tho Con- administration. The time Tias come to dispense with the srr- mc-n fail to understand 'their duty, and who are not crtnctrr-ed they bring discredit upon a don't are you not forgetting part of; your obligation? The other day the! writer ran across a man who doesn't belong to any union and lit- told him i Write LIGHTI'NG SYSTEMS, LIMITED, Market St., Winnipeg. that he had never patronized a non-j union shop since the barbers xvent; nut rvn strike for a shorter work dav. 'Government with which they have j. sympathy. -r m n M 11 i i i i m i m 11 Jb A Faster than i Wireless OUR POINT OF VIEW Some of those; days we will have a town on the Cameron ranch. Once ihc- Kerr peorilr- pet the.land on Ihc mPTkot it will not Lake long io that section. x NOTICE The Liquor License Ordinance The Province of A'.berta Application has hern made by Al fred L. Roy for a wholesale license i in respect of the premises situate on Lot One (1> in Block Thirty-Two (32} Plan 723D1 corner of Round and Rrd- i path streets, Lethbridge. Alberto, i Thin application will be considered j by the Hoard of License Commission- ers at a meeting to b? held at Leth- bridge on THursday, May 14th, 1003j OF CANADA, IMS Banking by Mail If no one of our 138 Branches is within easy reach of you, do }'our Banking by mail. Deposits may be made, cash withdrawn, or any other business transacted in this way with perfect safety. Write for particulars. is sufficient to open a Savings on which interest will be paid 4 times a year. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manager. SNAP P.O.BWk ESTABLISHED TVill British Columbia ex- plain to an anxious public why it, flirl not an exclusion law to keep those lobsters rrfnrt Xova Scotia. The hnildinc of the Hudson Bay 7aiiroad in some manner will sjiortly %e accomplished. Sir Wilfrid Laurier already expressed himself in fa- ot a Mine from some point m the connrctirtc with Bay. delicht the Primp- "Minister that the Gov- is aware of ite I Photo Post Cards of the Unbuilt lethbridgs Ka- t tvA 2 for 5c THE EARTH WOBBLED vo.-y little when our picture frnmer vront away. We nre doing better work then oV'er with less gas. The touches to hrmse-eleft'mng are 'The- Pictures." Our prices nre always -it 3 o'clock p.m. Hated'at Edmonton this 15th day of i April j S. B. WOODS, Deputy Attorney-General. Merchants Bank, of Canada .'HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up -e and Undivided 1 BOARO OF DIREOTORS Snap of the Season LOT 50-6 x 320 Block 5, London Koad. ?GOQ terms may be ar- ranged. Apply 105-6 BOX Y., HERALD OFFICE. Sir B. Montagn Allan President Jonathan Hodgson, "Esq. Vice-President TENDERS SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by the'undersign-d until Friday, April 24 for the excavating for a base- ment of G. J. Bryan Co.'s building north of the K. P. building.' The lowest or any tender not ne- j cossarily accepted. Accompanying each tender with a marked cheque of j 10 per cent, of the proposed amount j tif contract. Work to commence not later (Monday, 27th'of April. I For instrueiions call ;u Room 0, j Whitney Block. I ilOO-fi F. B. ROLFS'OX. j Architect.'! C. R. Hosmer, Esq., Thos. Long, TEsq.; C. F. Smith, Esq., Hngh A. Allan, Esq.v C.Nf. Hays, Esq., Alex. Esq.. F. Orr Lewis, Esq.- '.-._ F. Hebden ..General Manager The 119 branches and agencies thronghont Canada. New York Agency, 63 and 65 Wail St. SAYINGS BASK and special atten- tion is to small deposits. Interest at 8 per cent! per annum, compounded four times a year. Drafts. Money Orders-ami Letters of Creclit, payable in'any partof the world, at current rates E. W. MciViULLEN, t Meets, 1st and Ord M o n d ays in K. of P. Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting Brethren are cordially invited: S. tf. DAVIES, W.P. 24-ly T. .T. WHITE, W, S. Lethbridge Nest of Owls Leth bridge Nest of Owls, No. 159, will meets tha second Thursday of v month in K. of P. Hall. 'G. V. STORKEY, Secretary. C. ROSS TATE, if. PRIEST, Junior Past Lotlge Pride of Alberta. No. 293. MB ef iiiM tefit Met} in the Kmgi.tp of Pythias Hall every and thinl Tim red HJ in the month at 8 p.m. Visiting lnvthrrn. nt'vvays wel Robins, o 57. be ''behind the times nnd .out of date. Have your home, office -or ?tore electri- .csllr. lighted Let us install a system of lighting in your home. It cost lit: tie, but please you very much. McKENZIi: fi5 ROY ,Redpath Sfr.; Lrthbridge, Aita. Phone 2W LETHBRIDGE NO. 35 0. B. P. O. E. 2nd a'nd 4th Tuesday .f each month at 5.15 p.m. E. A. SHARMAN, M. PRIEST; E. R. Secretary. Lodge NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in, the Labor Hall evevy sec- iiud and fourth Mondays -in the month. Employers requiring certificated en- gineera, and out of employ- nient, would 130 wcl! to communicate ROBERT NKVIN; Chiet. fiEO. BRUCE, Secretary. 44-lfTti-w ;