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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta v.'-' _ D A v. Print Daily Herald Uwful ereDinc it idge, of; thaiijb FINE tiM the was The names of BVvH Sriy tlu> new .bishop arid'Jap. Kamp-; ftftnct Ml fttftday D. and Brown us the coun- tic vote of tho jwople. TlkvficsL CarclsUm, April The. seeding is j made brief but. feeling remarks as to in full swing arid "conditions are fa- their increased responsibilities and yorablf. The spring wheat their desires for the faith .-'md' sup- Tear, dteliverexi sir.; vaooLh, delivered, delivered. delivered Daily, one year, by mail Daily, ;six' mouths, Daily; -'three by "mail Vi'eekly Herald, one year Addresses changed as often de- but both new and old address -must be gi 2.01 _IM -36 3-ti 1.75 .16 l.ofl fn and the outs' are next in order. A ride to tho east and south shows port. of the, Saints; The boautiful anthems of the choir FOREIGNERS AND FIREARMS The investigation of the detectives at the'town of Frank after the mur- der of Constable revealed the fact that there were enough guns of various sorts found among the foreigners to arm. a. regiment. Such of affairs is ;L serious menace to the peai'c of the community and makes the ordinary white people there feel somewhat nervous. To a greater or.leKS extent the same state of affairs obtains in other Whenever there is any .shooting done it is almost in variably done by some the fall wheat in excellent condition. made the services muph more cnjoy- field is located beauti- jable than they could otherwise'.have' ful patch of green may be and tho color can be noted'for'miles 1 Personals around. t Mr. and Mrs." Z. Jacobs of Ma- Shakespeare Club giath have been spending' the-Easter: The members of the club relatives and, friends ed' themselves' very much on Sa'tur-there. Mr. Jacobs returned on Mon- day r-ven ing last at the home of D.I day's train, to resume his'-duties .oh E." Harris, Jr. -.theywore thoi tlm..ilftgrath school staff. Mrs. Jacobs guests of Mr. Elmer Harris.' pA'ill remain some time further to Ward Conference complete her visit. The agreeable well: Messrs T. Ii. WoolfOrd and as (lie knowledge of. impending elia'ng-jEldridge'Vere in town yesterday. Bus- se in tho organization of the. Card- jness not pleasure, however. MMMMMi .sto'n Ward very-gratifying Turuvr> of and C.D. attcm.lunco of the Latk-r-Day Saints have been sending at the conference on Sunday last. u ,lay or so jn Cardstoii-business. .The 'Sunday school officers of theX, Mr A: D. Cairnoross, of Wisconsin, Albc'rta Stake had charge of the morn-iwho invostod in farm lands .'in this uig children were out j district has returned io look after in force and the- time was devoted toj thc-'-spring work upon the farm "here.- reports upon the S.-S. work: io welcome.him'buck.' D. K. Jr. gave, the as 572 with, only i) between, the .ages of four and twenty who were church i members not enrolled. L The parents' class as reported by'] the head .Martin j was shown'to be in NEW SCHOOL s AT LUNDBRECK of this foreign element and more gen 1 Jshing c'pnditioii. witli craliy among the new comers? who Their course-of dwelt; specially f upon for have not yet learned the respex-t the Canadian law demands for. life and property. such circumstances it cunnot be deemed unwise to sug- gest that the unnaluralized foreigner be absolutely prohibited owning- or having in his possession at any time or place a firearm of any sort. And following up this would it not be well to require anyone wish- ing to keep a firearm of any sort to take out a license. While it would right -Iraihihg of was wfll adapted to their needs'; and! Colt-man, Alia., April Good the- ready discussion of all points, i "Friday: afternoon in spite of the .rain est taken by the. par-.jancl consequent slippery Cgrpund the c. V Frank? Colemari" footbair teams Uttey Co, ltd. the interest Hits in this work. Remarks of; and battled for winning the! praise as to tliis last depariinentVofjJifst- se'ason..'- 'The game Sabbath school'work were made by I played .on the. Golem ail grounds President Duc-e and .Elder ;Jno. 'T.'t aiid resulted- in..a; win 'for ;the; home! the Stake Board.' team, score'" 30. v The statement of Supt. Coombs to! We are "sorry to .lose variothef o she effect of the present efficiency of "the boys. Mr. -'.Crimes, 'who g one goes incur a seemingly needless expense on in the .school could never have been [tin's ti me "has been teller, in the Eiist- a., good many people, it would give the general.public a large measure of protection by giving-.the police a means of getting information of dan- gerous characters ami of getting a hold on them. attained without the active and ear- 1 ern Township.s -Bank; for the Thursday- he Vancouv.er; li.; to, talvC" a position in the .East- ne.st co operation of Bishop Hammer't past- nine inontlis. T and his councillors; elders. rccrivcd-notice' to 'move to M. Wool f and Win. Duce.'made'.'a suitable preface for the response Johnson; yisite intend building in that .place'ah informationjpbss erecting the -hips up }to le. T assistant public the Easter tion i.in iTh'6 Saturday -'causirig creeks and Old ri ver toe. Vise -and washouts ii re 16 cool ;try tterta Bestaunt Orders at all Frosh r Third arid 13 C''" V. llllll W J QALBRAITH, ftftcOM U I 18 "'J-Tj will" :J; i ii'- i t aelL to go to -tub and. Creimi. ern" Townships Bank' there.' to show of 'Dp. Hammer who recounted some- local" thing of the. .ffrowth-rof-'tlic'-Citfusioti which he was held the -busv-inoviiVg-hisi' stock into the new OUR POINT OF VIEW .La Patrie, a French paper that has forged to the front rank of Canadian newspapers within the. past few years is movinjjpfinto one of the finest news- paper offices in the land. It has a f routage of feet and is six stories in height, in addition-'tp ;-a basement and sub basement. Ev- ery department of this live land pro-1 gressive. newspaper is equipped with In school from its' inception .nearly, "21 years ago. He had visited many schools iri the decdratccl smoker's set. south during the past winter, Last 'week a; delegation from Lund- in failed to find any other ward .with so t a iv enrollment according- td'rrit "boys" and .others-911 :Saturday. night .presented.V-liimvwith .finished for Holmes was no sooner "up: again, his case of scarlet.'_ nephew Jiayhigv .the most modem conveniences, its press room "it presses ea ch wi Ui .of papers has three a capacity an "hour. JLa Patrie has been in the- possession of yl population as Cardston possessed Sister Elizabeth wUh-dif-' ficulty expressed feelings.." of localise of the progress made -by.; the school and she, coukl now feel -most keenly the of .parting with her .many "friends here upon their removal to Utah. Department .reports were inade of trie Theological' by Wm.'.Dtice Kindercarten one i block-from 'trtck: Easy Terms K i BfW gARctjitEjcrTo: Riiim'-1 n a -flourishing -condition from al] not hedge in his reply. He. said; the i points of view: the best iithing record, campaign would be on in, either or September. On5y-once before did a premier ever give as straight a-tip c.horaV sen-ice and the most to his opponents aed that was in .the! participation .of the mer 'lays of Hon. Arthur Sturgis Hardjv called in James Pliny Whit- ney, then leader of the Opposition, and consulted him as to the date of the elections. r TIOXEER J. 11. Booth, millionaire" lumber- man of the Ottawa wasn't able to enjoy his 81st birthday cele- bration, (says the Hamilton Spccta- tor) because-of a sprained foot, the accident the other day in a flume. ..Adara Brown, postmaster of Hamilton, to enjoy, the celebration of his 82nd birthday oniy to the limited extent permitted by the multitudinoJis duties of his im- portant office. These two men are types of the pioneer race that brought Canada, the nation, into bc- 5ng. Will the race to come show the same vigor, stamina, arid vitality "rvn.ni'ong.'its-" sons "xt-ho. have so far pass-j Cxi ".the. meridian of life? And if not, y not? i the fewest non-tithe'payers, the best record as to Ward finances, the host! members their spiritual duties, had been the j record-of the past year by] -the three mentioned officers. i Sisters Sarah Daines and Soph-1 ronin Fdllett reported the. Ladies'j Relief Society (102 members) and .the j primary association (20G members) respectively. v- The religious class work was report- ed by Supt. J. Walter Low, as in a] liealthy condition and the Wool ford; branch-was--shown to be likewise byj the. Presiding Elder Wm. T. ;Ains-! coxigh. President E. J. Wood'then placed The New Townfte Shaft Next to the big nemshaft being, stink-by the A. I Co the proposition of the release of'the! retiring Bishopric with a hearty vote! c pF THE rrrrunE Frank of Toronto, in an thn 'Winnipeg Canadian xv-hftt-." of Wnnfpop a. gcriCra- good, for- tune to 'visit 'Winnipeg.-, perhaps as a _old. 1 fully arrive'in a nia'rblo station, whert J shall _ licaj'_lhc- 'station .-elocutionist, announce: 'Change here for Lake'.'Wn- Churchill. Hudson Slrnit4? and and and r just 05 fully expect! to him call, out the train for I Alhcrt, TCdmonton, Athabasca Pence Bivcrr! v and Fort li.iiiin iitiM i-it i-nii Faster than Wireless ftati fart Carts if tk _ J__ HMIIl tat 2 for 5c wim 7' You r -B in i Id i hgs iiga i :r Crops againff .Hail Utl R068' iW: You will be Arrested Boi-57." H WOBBLED little -whon our picture went away. "We are. doing better work then loss gns. The finishing touches .to house-cieaning are vQur prices are always I HE fltM MB. !l CASH A Do not fail to buy fiigftt as the price will go up. Sold TIIF ii uirnrni irrurv THE H. MACBEFH AGENGi 1 sell ycm fpr ance in 6 T- --jwyinenta r per cent. I- "Room LETMBRIOOC WO F A. 8HARMAN. Snap of the Season in V Method lit Friday in the 3iJO m. Office over the t Mine" oatsT-i'poflectly.' ion; test JS fi7st on store. city. For- sample "or" iii- li F. Room 4, in AMOCIATKW Of 'oertjAettfll _ w Vy" ROBF1T NEVIH, ;