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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta UM Dftilir Herald Priniinf AlltftTA FRIDAY BRIEFI First-class Cafe population lt> at Konrj his house iu a prairie fire j winch swept', over that country, QUANT COMPLIMENT eats PtOPTStKONAL tedpaU it Houri-Betore f ni MCHANAN. MaMfftnf Oi- M-JJ 2.11 I Jl lioaih, fekvent, .ttttnee debated delivered Daily, oue year, by mill IfciJy; in moathi, by mail lionthi, by indil Weekly -He'riftM, one year often M de- I GET YOUR j but both new old be given. >n juarx. Hartford clergyman said to him: Condor he finds happiness in John Vanderburg; 'of Davidson, old All the aged would be hap-' Sank., unsuccessfully attempted py if they were systematic and kind as he. lie is continually going out of his way to please others, and the result is that he is continually pleasing himself. "Listen, for instance, to the quaint-1 compliment he paid me the last tiino j he came to hear mo preach, lie wait! cd for me ut the chuevh door at the j serviced end, and shaking me by the hand, said, gravely: i "1 mean im offence, but 1 feel ob- ligcd to tell you that the preaching this "morning has been of a kind that) j 1? P M A N I can spare. 1 go to church, sir, to J %J pursue' my own train of thoughts. But today 1 couldn't do it.. You forced me to attend io you, nnd lost me a full half hour. 1 I I AT that this may not occur again. THE AGE O? BRITISH PREMIERS Herbert li. Asquith, the new Prime Minister of Kngland, is younger than most premiers. Hf> is not yet 50. Lord Palmerston was over seventy when he first obtained this honor. Mr. Gladstone was fifty-nine. j JO ADVERTISE Lord Salisbury became Prime Min-: istor in 1805, when fifty-five. proud young father revived Lord Melbourne was fifty-five when old-fashioned custom by announcing, he formed his administration in 183-1 ON TRACK TODAY in the papers the other day the birth j food, twenty-four ad- vertisements ot patent cradles, over a i case of assorted brands of condensed pros- jpectuses of thirteen kinds of. feeding Lord Aberdeen was sixty-seven. Lord Derby was fifty-three. Lord Beaconsueld was sixty-three. lid lioscberry holds the pride place, next to Sir Kobert Peel Innumerable samples of was forty-six, as the youngest Pre- v. safatv pins micr for three generations, since he I j [knitted was but forty-seven when he succeed-1 fnthnf ed Mr. Gladstone. Mr. Balfour runs him some what closely, however, with his mere fifty- two when he caught Tip.the mantle; fallen from the shoulders oi Lord Sa- lisbury. sponges. isitcd by three bonk atrcuts, si-lling works on the care of infants, by four insurance agents who desire io insure the child's life, on-certain new lines, and bv six salesmen -for outfitt- s mg houses. It is not easv in these days to im- x, He savs that lie will not announce nn-ine anv time like that 01 the sec-, ..-.I- -t n0uu. .uij ..the next addition to his laimly m oncl William Pitt, who fought himseh I prcss into the Premiership when a tiief e f____ boy of twenty-two. ENFORCE THE BY-LAW A large number of citizens who an endeavoring to beautify their prem- ises are complaining bitterly that their efforts are being destroyed by the horses and cattle that are being allowed to roam all over the city. Trees planted are being broken audj uprooted, lawns and boulevards are being destroyed and otherwise abus-1 ed. It seems too bad that the by-1 laws governing the caring of animals '-s Grace Coflin Coflin Walk-j fir'- Coffin Layman Love, daughter j of i he late million-lire, A. J. Snell, of Chicago, and who has figured in six e i matrimonial ventures, marrying and divorcing three times Franc Nixon Coflin now residing in Los Angeles, Cal., has filed a suit for divorce from hor husband, Hugh M. Love, on the grounds of extreme cruelty.' I t, COMING Thos. R.Curtis Ella Wilson Co All Star: Vaudeville Eiulbrsed by tlic public and press 5-Big Acts-5 Due light-Saturday 25 Ite fatty Co. Iti Mnkaniiktiii ij IfTMttff PHOTOS AT THE PHOTO CAR >ARE i EVER Of imOR COUPONS: them AT OrKE A LOCAL ROUND Alfred Leatherdale of Dresden, Ont., in the city. POPULAR PRICES ansncrai GUUUITEED Step are iiow being taken Lo release Harr'v asylum. in-side ihe city 1 units are not being j The Wesley Church Ladies Aid held t There is ho encouragement for the citizens to spend time, labor mid money in improving and beauti-. lying their property if. there is to be no protection given. If the owners of the cattle have not regard enough for -the rights of other people the city should take vigorous measures to educate them along these lines. a very successful cookery sale yes- s terday, selling all the .large-.slock oi j goods provided. The Ancient Order of Foresters in-; tend holding their annual church pa--' radc on Sunday, 3fay 3. They willj. go to the Baptist Tabernacle and i will be addressed by Rev. Reid. G. F. Stephens, president of the Stephens Paint Co. Winnipeg, and i presicknt of the Y. M- G. A. of that j v.-as in the city yesterday in The Conservative party is eager for j connection with the affairs of theDia i .civil service -reform on the platform mond Coal Co., of which, he'is a di-j and in print but in practice it ne- rcctnr. lie left last nightr for Win- j OUR POINT OF VIEW ver thinks oi it. At .a Conservative meeting at Ont., the other day, the sfKiakers included W. Hogg1, police magistrate, D. C. "iJarr, Division Court Clerk, an official appointed by the Conservative gov- ernment. That is a fine way to re- form the civil service. nipeg. L tremendous swept the country out south last Thursday. Win. Lear, a new settler from Spring Grove, Minn, lost his house, stable, feed, provis- ions, harness, etc. He was very bad- ly burned himself and has been un- j der the care of Dr. Leech ever since, j "Mayor Henderson will do well if Wincgh and Mr Eonig we der issues a proclamation calling nil our citizens to observe Arbor Day by cleaning up tneir yards, planting flowers and trees. and putting in lawns. In the past the day has not been very well observed. We want a Lethbridge and in order to have it the people must be impressed with the purpose of Arbor Day. An entire day devoted to cleaning and planting ought to transform things. stand, lost their personal effects and in cash. The Ottawa correspondent of Tor- onto Saturday Xight says: "Another bright event, at which several wel- come visitors- whom the session G. H. JOHNSTON HAS REMOVED TO THE NEW HILL BLOCK REMEMBER THE NAME AND THE PLACE G. H. JOHNSTON brings to the capital were the prin- cipal guests, was n luncheon on Wed- t nesday, Mrs. Templeman, wife of-thai t j the land being located near the vil- lage o a deal on, covering the re- m under of the Spring .Coukc Land Co'? tract. No definite; anouncements been given out, however Mr Rufus Pilling is reported as the purchaser ot Mr Bert Cask's resi- dence and it is street talk that the last named is figuring on the disposal of his interebt m the barber shop and pool ball Mr" Leigh Young is said to be the prospectne purchaser, Personal Mention Chas H and Togg came through on Tuesdav en route to the Waterton Mills where they will commence sawing the logs of the com- in the near future A. car or two of effects slnpped ahead of them failed to coine through ow- ing to the flood m "Montana Pasacn gcrs are being transferred around the washouts in the Prickly Pear and near Craig, and even on the lines other than the Great Northern bad washouts have occurred Mr Wm Fogg remarked that the} had to stop and construct one bridge a stream before bcuig able to get through on the route used The Land and Pow- er companj are to be congritulated in securing such men to make their logs into lumber __ Mrs J H Rampton leffon jester- di> s traui-for vwit with relatnes and friends at Stirling Dr 0 D has taken _over the Card brick residence on a year's and rapidl> shaping things to his liking the premises It IE Ten convementlj located as to the farm latelj purchased him from the Leav itt, Bros Tli o, many friends of -Mr.- and .Mrs. Win R. bloan wil doubtless b2 sur- prised to learn of their departure for the "souths yesterday's, train. The people of Kim ball feel keeu- the loss and their removal will ne- the reorganization of the Kimbhil AVard as -Mr. Sl6an; has, act- ed as biohop there for a number of The-causevfor this change, is i the continued ill hcillh of Mrs Sloan jO'n in wishing a decided im- pnnemriit. in the- condition of the lidv wherever her lionte ma> be The jCimbfill evidenced their kmrllv and gootl will m a big iccial pncn in thnr honor a week or so pnit ant'ctpitmg their departure weeks elapsed few ex- pected it to come soon Good wish- them from all -Cardston- SNAP IN north Ward I bave 8 lotn 48 x HO, Wallvork Addition, one block from track t each H.J.tLSkeith Room 1 Whitney JBlock DRS. McCLURC STCWAftT, Bui- icon DeotuU Ottee u I p m to Ip IB HAMILTON Etif nMTt A VOOM4 2 ,.-4, r torvtytrt C F KX., O.C.L.. B B. C. L COItYBEARE It JONCf goliciton, Ete. Odioe Conybeare Block. UthbrMfi, AJU. tt-Iyi W. C. SIMMONS I Barrtotafv Etc Office Sottthard Block. fanners and i Ranchers I I INSURE Your againtt by Prairie Fires also Your against Bum ago Hail tat Cosjntaii Eirtl i B. C. MOOHE Oirtctor and Nnt to Prexbyterimn Office Phone 103 19ft. F B. ROLFSOM ARCHITECT I WhHiwy R. Q ADD1SON Bliirnwt, FUNERAL 01 RECTOR AND EM- BALMCR Office Phone Phone.IB dlf. JA8 A MACOONALD ARCHITECT t Swlhard Block, A1U Canin Order W Fmfcn ,Meets iii K" ot P. Hall last Thursday of month. Visiting Brethren -Welcome J F ROGERS, C.R A NEIDIG, F8. Minister of tnlanci Revenue, being the y charming hostess.. Those I. _ COMPLETE STOCK OF. X Social m Honor of Retiring Ward 'were Madame Dandurnnd, Mrs. IT. One of the Herald's readers took Rostock, of Monte Creek, B.C.; Mrs.! occasion to remind that while we I R- O. Macphrrson, of Vancouver, were boosting the planting of sweot j C.; Mrs? T. B. Cnldvell, Mrs. W. A.! Gallihcr, of Xelson, B.C.; Mrs. J. peas and the running in of cows, that we 'ongkt to say something ab- out people keeping their chickens at home. It is useless to plant sweet peas if ihc neighbors' hens can come in and scratch them out again. To say the least it is very inconsider- ate for people owning fowl to allow them to rvm on their neighbors' gar- dens. If they are worth having they are keeping in bounds. It can be done at very little expense and is better for all concerned. Cutlery, Razors etc, Turriff. Mrs. "Edward Macdonald, of i N.S.; Mrs. T. F. Frost, of' Smith's Falls: Mrs. PeVebcr.'-of Lcth INSPECTION INVITED bridge, Alta.; Mrs. Mrs. C. A. Hoss, of and Miss Mary Scott. W. Mackenzie, Sydnov, N.S.; H itiUH-i nil II ti it u II J- to G. L. Vfcomtn Dr. McCracken, principal of the Un- iversity of New York, recently made a- visit to the King of Norway. tells the New York- Sun that he was struck by certain objections j which King Ilaakon made regarding the growing spirit of socialism in his dominions. The king told him of an occasion upon which he had! had an encounter with a group of hisl socialist subjects "when they had d-j l there''should' be an even i division of the total property, among peoplcl The King had said j to them that, supposing there could be an- even upon a- certain dny at a given h'ourj, a. goodly num- ber of would DC born within five "minutes.-.- -Thef King asked this cpmmwnity of his .people if in circximstanoiss they thought there should immediately a redivision, DCW heirs to the The. good not fur by th The Dead Sport; Buys b basebal I, lacrosse and cricket goods from the live dealer at the price. Embrocation is only necetsary when yon -bny prices tbat keep your eyes filled with tears How can yon shoot straight We don't sell embrocation THE EARTH WOBBLED very little when our picture framer went away. We are doing better work then ever with less gas. The finishing touches to 'house-cleaning are "The ttetwrtt." Our prices are always right. I Pkome 75 Dr Patterson, pastor of Bcthanj church, Phila- delphia, declined a call to Cook's Prcsb.tonin church, Toron'o, his S former charge- -c The corner stom, or a_ncw armor} at Pcterlxjro, Ont laid Wcdncs bj Sir Frederick IJorden MeeU 1st and- 3rd Mondays 8 o'ckidc. C 5s Viiiting brctliren are cordially united. es mns. On Tuesday, the 23th mem- bers of the Cardston -Ward will con- done it the Xssemb'jr Hall for an evening Bp J A Hammer and Councillors Woolf and Wm; Duce. .-All uWard members: are invit- ed, special invitations will be sent to such friends and .business associates as the. committees select. A rousing good time is pro- grame, rofrwhrnents. clc., :enjoyed. I IMMIIIItMliMlltn ICE CREAM AND ARE OU R SPECIALTIES R 0 C H ON i Plumbers, Steam and Hot Water Fitters All work promptly attend- ed to and guaranteed Itt South of HenU Office Phone 260. Box 1387 George S. Lyon; Canadian golt chain- he is perfectly willing ;to represent Canada at golf tournament. He can not afford to meet hisVjwn expenses. 'The Henrj- .Block', old frame stnictnre, sit Ont., was de- stroyed by Total losS J. F. ROOGKS andS.BORRllP ABE IS THE DRAYING Nothing too Wg Phone Nothing too small 199 1st of HcraU Office ROOFING CORNICE WORK SKYLIGHTS FURNACE WORK A StClALTY Nest of Owb Neti o! Owla, No wffl meets Uu> Moood Thursday c4 eaeb month in K. ol P Hall O V STOKKEY. BwRtuiy G R068 TATE, M PRIEST. Junior PmM Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293, MB IT UJMM RMu MDR) in tbc Xuiut P oTTjlUM flnt cmi third HmrvJay In 8 Vmtiof brrtbrcii W. 57. Sod and 4th at 8.15 p.m.. r "4 Er A. 8HARMAN, Ml FEIE9T. IS ON THE MARKET ATI Onlore Sirictlj AtteaoVd to fct Pmt m WOMEN'S T C M P FR A HC N I ON Mtci in Wctbodua Wwkj third in Uie mooUi p. m. Visitors always MR3. A. E. HUMPHRIES, Pm: MRS! CHA8. McCLENAGRAN; NORTH.WCCT AMOC4ATIOH Of STATIONARY CNQmttAt Meet in the Lator Hall cvwj fee- ami and fourth month. cqrtUkated qr do well.- to jwhh m. ROBERT KXVDf. Ckkt. BIHTCI. ;