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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta AY, APRIL 1 Printed by tire Daily Herald Printing lawful eveuirig it office. Bound St., ami important unough to en- Olrs. bhvek luce ovor joy a daily mail service wnii its WIU.IC- neighbors" white of Subscription Ratso otie year, delivered iiix delivered, three oiontffs, denvereu Daily, mouth, delivered Daily, one by mail Daily, six mouths, by mail Daily, three ui'6ntba, by -mail HoreUl, one year Addresses changed as often iim; Airs, Soiiih.ird grey. voile, J black Civil service'reform as practiced by white; Mrs.' McXkoll, -red the Conserv tario is bn Orit Oilieiuls" The worthy' liJai-5% silk sheriff of Hustings county after long iriuo while mull over pulej; without .unvlirrcwi: Mrs. liowden, flowered muslin; government of On-! Hull blue, Mrsv Uuvcrs, used on the motto "Get 'ricl-j white gown; Mrs. Mrs ilrs.-Onice (Med- 2.M I.OC .35 3.M 1.75 t .85 i i.30j as de-1 j service was dismissed reason 'being given oihcv than purple ate.a job for !.m M." P. 1'. The sorvativc bus yet to learn white; Miss white nuis- praeliee what it preaches Ciiniiiton is losing on? by the removal sired; but both new ami old address A. llammor to Utah, be given. nuu hus beon at- the head good movement for the adv I he n, sys1. Ilin; Miss Nicolls, Mauve silk; Miss .j Wilson, pi'ik; Miss Anderson, flowe'r- its ijisljcjl muslin; Miss AUisnn, white silk; of MK..U; Miss Holland, pale blue. Miss Hillis, Mi. Hani'; white silk with touches of mauve; y 'Miss Vi-ooman, 31 iss Haw- -i.t white; Miss Colter, Miss Ho n very pretty vij -i iJ-iw'siior in a dainty pink frock; Messrs. i i-ii, -ic Chivors, was iu- -S tames, Skeith, ives.'McLcllan, by Express Today f- DEFEAT OF, CHURCHILL the line town to 1 was mayor of the Winston Churchill's dofent- m Man- .lCli Chester is hot u surprise but it'is ijlc electric, lighi hard, blow at the recently formed As-1 sJulkHl ln ,lOHiics ho was a Liberal! kin. Chism. Tninnwr, A'roomnn, Shepi: qutlh govuriiuicm BuTenlieless. was ihe energetic'president of the'pan-', Mills, Sheidnoski, Miles. Churchill is one of the most.pictur- j Tlu- I'urdsum thnnl. NVlson. JJawden. figures in public life. H young but it is questionable whether 1 he po.sscbSi.-s the ballast required in a statesman. His tactics in the cam-1 paign from this distance do not ap- j pear to have been prompted by good judgment, lie started out by pro-; mi.Miig all sorts of legislation that would be pleasing to the advocates! of Home Kule and Woman's and yet lie ihad tho opposition of j both the Irish and Woman SulTra- j gists throughout the contest. lie might have fared setter if he had kept his intentions on these under his hnt, as there that his declarations (iistrict can afford to lose men 01 his regressive tyjie. C Kirkluim. rnu-rtatned at a mosi di'ligluful bridge party on Wed- nesih.y evenintj. 'J'he guests were: und 3lrs. Wilson, .Air. and Sirs. Cunningham, Mr. and Jlrs. Con'ylware ioirlTWhtiney of the old- (i-'nun tin1 Baltimore American) in the 'wire prams' .section of: mv said H. K. Upton of Mas-', f'1" the Htmri-ilun? i a population town COM, 10.000. "It is nut exactly a prohibition town, and yet it not Siad last sixteen years, Many a Vroomaii, }lr. and Mrs. Mewburn, is no favor of would U> "lH'n UP a there in which to di.-ipen.-e 'cocktails Home, Rule and Woman s buflrage did chei.ri ,lr5nks> but there not gain the support those classes j Mrs. Rogers, Mr. ami Mrs. Ford, Mr. and Mrs. .Cli'ivcrs, Mr ivad Mrs; j UVe Mrs. Okie- hler v 'Mr.- and Mrs. Ar-1 inold, Mr. and Mrs. "E. Iiham. Afrs. .Jones and Mr. Hyde. j, 1'ord won the first prize and f second and Mr. the gentleman's t fFAlliertn, left this week for England where he expects rf% v vJ Apnl are it wilv ueedft diuvuiiff the attention of V. the city fathers compriw; Capa- ble business men to abate the Imi- nml is sic and rear stores which the i 'i_ i piivuihifg higli vsuiuo are blown tu all directions, cauWp great annoj- am.c to pedestnans and to walk, through ihe town on amljn manv blowuin- 3. f Lto stores ihe doors nre optned amusing incident while the ueic blow it this nioinuig some 01 collected ab- out rn prominent who on Ihe "matter, condemning thobc were the cause 'Ot iiMTnui- sance" His attention haMng drawn to a long oflM-ial euveloixj ad- dtcfesed to hnnSiMf hi. hasiily drew it ut papers aud rut his pot-ket and retired huiiiedly. fearing- lie would .be- --detected-as one of the delinquents A meeting of the town be. held on Monday evening for the purpose of taVmg into consideration the supplying of the town, with a Mr. Whitney has M uleod foi veais with thu one in raorassioNAL OAEM WXQALBItAITH; M.OXJI. f Burgaati i S3 ftftcCLUflf fTf WAJITVSttr- U IS e> 11) in io Sp m i in ranching C m onii.Jc Cunningham oft and lost him of his own party, to both Home Rule and Suffrage for the wu- j men. I He adheretl firmly to free trade but the impression is general that liscal j questions were not considered. On ii, one difficuliv that nobody has yet j Anderson gave, a most enjoy- 'been able to -matter of; on Thursday evening for }lrs. Mewburn of opposed, c. license. p.. apo the citv put Mewburn Calgary; 5P fee at and hava Mrs. Shaw, tit to cut it. This has up to Mrs. ilcNuroU, "llikrbv ifiss --jlrs. vroo onerau-d to deter -men irojn starangi v. i in saloon businos, in Waycroas, and the fortunate wmneiv the other hand the licensing bill, the j apt ;ATTHE Education bill, Home Rule and Wo-1 a permanent SufTra-e occupied the foremost 5 embargo." i .Miss -Vrooimi'n entertained informal- Chester as well .weakens ns that his of place in the warfare. or the snobbish custom for thej Churchill will likely be given a safe ministjr-tl) bow after pronouncing tho seat -but his defeat in tn the principal heritor; or prestige j Qn (jue occasion the Rev. thc Wightman of Kirkmahoe, ernment. _ la younc bachelor, omitted io salaam! I the ladies in the Dalswinton pew HON. FRANK OLIVER rather-through shyness than'discpurt: The News, in sizing up the! A few days, later lie was tagi; members of the Cabinet itc Ottawa j task for the omission by _Miss Mil- minister ofiler' lhe iic-ritor's daughter, a tamous beauty, who afterwards became Count-i gcolch it is> j ly act on Thursday evening for i Mewburn of Calory. Mrs. Anderson entertained at bridge on Monday evening. puts Hon. Frank Oliver, the Interior in the "man of average j abililv" class.. The particularly able man "in the cabinet it is evident !1 crow to -v the .dissecting process the News has '-ou omit bow the entire ministry through are "Surdv, .surolv.Miss. _ i lur, v-ou must know that the worship of angels is forbidden' m tlie'Church GET YO U R .AT The -H-v. Dr. M'Catia-] DouglasMn Glyde5-l dining with a large party, th put tlie men who shine plat- form. In such a class' probably Frank Oliver might be placed as "a man of average ability." But is a man's usefulness to his i Hon. Henry Erksihe being one, countrv.-to. be judged solely by his ,c _ ed himsL-lr .so plenteously to water- oratorical peters? For the countrj' s 1 cress and ate it so crosslv and creed- sake, we hope not. 1 _ r _.. E ilv that Erskme at-last was provoked Frank Oliver makes a good speech.; tQ say Pniiclfl-iirl "He talks .sound sense. He puts hisj arguments and facts, together in manner that is; clear to the p'eopl-. m t ...remind vou 01 Nebuchadnezzar.- Thati He-talks.. with them and deals with T t will ho because L am eating among S man. lie always v t the brutes, then! P. s knows what he is talking about. GERMAN'S PHOTO CAR ARE m BOLPOS OF ERROR COiiPOKS AT ONCE Kood service of watei Mr rcp'reseniHtivc 6f the Ca'iiailian. Pipe Co attend and give details, of thi project and the piobublc cost it is earnestly desiretl that some scheme, will be adoptexl, sufficient to meet tho domestic ncexls cope 'with the ravages 01 unv ares that juiaj occui, thus ensuring the safety _ 01 tho inhabitants and their buildings Inspector West, K V W il I3 was i town todav, inspecting the detach- ment, returning lo in. the evening bj the 3lr Mclveller has lert for Fcrme BC, having been absent tor the last eight months travelling lor the benefit 01 his health, wnich his numerous ;friends :are glad to notice is now much improv- ed Afr Oldham, leprcsentativc ot the friigation Co was in toda> and received numerous apph cations tor the company s lands "Miss Nellie -Vnnablc of Xelson, B C is at present on a visit with hei aunt, Airs Yudrew Sipes Tabcr, 2G Kev Fathci V Turbiaux arrivetl irom ilat and conducted relig lous services in the Inigc room Ifc s stoies Large aiid devou congregations ittended from Wood CoT.kl ile, and surrounding districts. 'Ihe Independents Older Oddie lows, Lodge 1 rarv Church" Parade this aiternoon Ithe being held at St Thomas Church Vnghcan) Ihe rector, Rev I ones, .officiated and an' SNAP IN Horth Ward I haAC-8 lotg 48 x 140, WalUork Addition, ]ust one block from track each Easy Terms Rooui" 1 Block, HAMILTON VOUM4 ttf ai.4 Ltthbrldp, C. Barrator, Etc. Ottice Soulhafd Block. B.-C ind Next to Prentijteruu Office Phone 102: F. B ROLFSOM ARCHITECT I Whitiwy sa-t _ R G. AODISON s Altai FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND .EM- BALMER Ofhce Phone Phone W "dtl farmers and i INSURE Your against Loss bj Prairie Fires also Your Crops against Efcmi bv H.ul let Cuprite m brtt 'Eh., .Dr. M'Causland, ye bring me in mind of the great King i "Ay, I t T _ _ i But Prank Oliver caii be best -con- sidered as an administrator and as such we" believe the people of WEEDING THEM OUT Ottsiwa, April understood TO First Prize a Mason Risch Miniature GRAND PIANO Canuda ure satisfieil that he is a commanding ability. In his flcpartment the affairs of Western Ca- nada are administered. No man is closer in touch or butter understands the requirements of ,this country than Frank has given evidence of his" administrative ability in his amended coal land regulations, his amended limber regulations, his con- duct of. the immigration department, and in.-the land bill he placed before j the House at session. In all these important matters he has I that as a result of further investi- gations of Hon. lirocleur into the conduct ot some of bis departmental officials, Stewart, of Ontario, inspec'.or. of government steamer, has been dis- missed for padding accounts and that anotbrr official of the ilarine and! Fisjieries service: hand in bin r has been asked to On Thursday of last week the Tr 4 ies Hardie proven tnat he understands the j verv n ,T AVestcrn.vCnnada. H formal dance for Miss Dixie Wilson si _f inend. of Retjina. Ihei son. Miss Holland. Miss Htmrs, Miss I i- Menxies, Miss Miss Rogers, Miss Anderson, Miss Alison; Messrs. Rennet t. Starnes. Tranmer, Pritch-! ard, ,C'liism. Jones Ives. 1 Hings. MitNally. The Hospital given on "Tucs-J has ,7" 3 guests were: Miss Mclllroe, Miss is ,to the-advantage-of this-.country r. _ _ and his administration of the Pepart- ment of the Interior is fully'-jvs sat- isfactory if not more soithan .that of his predecessor. The Canadian people admire thc honest and clean man who can stand the light of day upon ail his transactions in "-public life. In our opinion no man in the Ottawa cabinet stands higher today in this respect than Frank 01 vcr. He is scrupulously honest. There is not ft rlark spot in his public He administers his department with the ._solo_.object-.of.'serving tho ests of the people of spcctive of politics. is thc type-of man 1 needs in its service. Integrity, hon- j .gsty ,and_ high purjio.v in a man ofj ability" .G. inches. Width, 4 feet G inches. Suitable tor Canadian Designed in "Art Nouycnu" stjle, in richly fieii'rod mahogany. Considered by musiciann of note the hnest inade piano in listed at Delivered to any home in Canada. Can bo seen at any of Mason Risen Piano Ware rooms... (3) (5) oloquent aid instructive address, suit able for the ot-caston, h i, being taken from the 1st ci irur 01 the Fpistlc 01 St James, 27th vers2, which was listened to bv the :'6f the order and fiisseinbled j congregation the greatest inter- est. The liev. J. R. Prcsby tcnan minister and chaplain to the lodge, leid the special le'ssons lor the laj, taken u om the 20th Chapter of 1st S.imuel and 10th Chapter 01 St Johns Gospel wnv a large nTOut of of--the: order whovwore their -.'-collars and marching in their lotlge to the church and retiuning in the same manner The lollowing officers attcn-lett McVlhster, XG HP Munroe, C, T Bullock.. R S F R Davies, trcas If Balderj, conductor, warden, and Mrs.; McTnnis has arrived-here-from Vancouvftr proposes bnildinjsf a house ns a .residonce and family 3fessrs. AV511 iams and Owens are ifinc residential, house south of the track. Mr.1 Archie Glcndehning, arrived in town for i a ;'week's visit with his old friend Nr. Ed. Wildman JAS A MACOONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, Rodpftth Lethbridft, E T. MCGREGOR i REAL ESTATE BROKER Agent for Farm and City Loans, Insurance, Collections, Rent- als and Conveyancing List your with me at Room I Hill Block or Ad- dress Box 387, Lethbndge Alta. Canaia Offer ot foresters f.O.IUek You will be Arrested If caugbt stealing this mce block acres L sell it to you for cash, bal- ;mce m eqnal anmial interest cent J. T. kcKINNEY Room 1 Whitney Block are preferable cv-; "cry tirrnl'to great ability, going hand in. hand i tmscnipulousness and -CfLreloss mcthmLs of administration. "Tf Canada depend upon i ing 'its? cabinet the future made up of men of the character and abil-j ity of- Frank I I I I 1 1-t-frll lilt i The Dead Sport; BUJTS and cricket goods from the Hve dealer at thc rlclit price. Embrocation is nccessarjr vvheir j-on Vjny at prices that keep .it'would have, OUR POINT OF VIEVT The rain that the Leth- "rtistrtct has: c-njoying for the past few days will undoubtedly he appropriated by the Calgarj- ITcr- ald lo ndvortise the Cftlgary district. Thft Raymond Hustler puts ip a I word a daily mail to Stirling; from Raymond; M agralh ami Card- FIVE PRIZES (LADIES 10 EACH For the five next best answers from (I) Ontario, Quebec, Maritime Provinces, (4) Manitoba, Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia. PRIZES AT EACH 100 PRIZES AT EACH Fill .in the last line of the Limonck, which is shown below, and then send it. accompaniod by tin hd label 'attached) ot a packape of Liptcn's Tea, orange pmk, or gold label, "or Coffee' (cmbosaen lid or xhree pint wrappers of LipUn's Table Jelly Tab! its, any flavor, which entitles the reader to send in one Limfrick. Vou may send-, in. "as .many Tjmoricks as you like, so long ns a tin lid or three Jellv TibM "accompany each Limerick. How wvn you shoot shaikh t We tlon't sell embrocation THE EARTH WOBBLED 4" little iratner went away, are better work thert ever with less gas. "Tiic finfcbing touches !o .ire "The Pictures." Our prices nre always jight. I IM IMIIMif UMIMIMM M'Q TEA LIMERICK From Cope Breton to furthest N All proclaim Lipton's Tea the And packed only in tin The _true navors kept in I agree to abide by the decision of the Editor of The -Mail and Empire as final nnd enter the compotilinn on this distinct nndcr- st-ahding.. ADDRESS; The competition will be decided by Ihe Editor "ol thVMail and Empire, Toronto, whose dftcision tmist OD final. En- SreirjpCa ftuiitOaaeu "Liplon's Hiiariscsi.Tt.-3 Mail and Empire, Toronto, not later than on .Thurs- day, April 30th, 190S.' .v.r must bi? prepaid at leller rates; Tffi CARDSTON BUDGET Cafdston, April soft_-wet snow mil last night has made jubi- lant hearts 01 the farmers No thing .could hayc'-lx.'cn. Mtter for the crops the grasses HA the wnds recently had made the .land a trifle" drj- 'or ploming, especially in break- ing the sod. farmers good progress to Lliu and cast whoro the wheat is largely: in. The western district is not so .far: along with -t.hu.- ANOTHER DEATH SNRP THREE LOTS Inside Half-mile Circle At Each Third ciuh, balance f> and 12 months G. C. McDonaia Room 6 Whitney Block Meets in K of P Hall Thursday of mouth. VititingUreUiren Welcome J F ROGERS, OR AvNEIDIG, Meets 1st and 3rd Mondays in K of P Hall at 8 'o'clock" Visiting >rotbren are cordwlly invited. s a p. 24-l> T -T WHITE, W. S Lethhridge Nest of uonth in K G V Owb Neit of No 1W, waD meets the aecood Thursday of etch of P Hall' STORKEY. Seeretaary C ROSS TATE, President. M PRIEST. Junior Past Prw. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293 te if in -tkc and third Thnrs-Jtr in tW Month at 8 p m Vimtmg brrthrpn alwaji cove. Walter T. ItoWwi. --Bof 57, 9-1, coner on under pcail-j iar circumstances. Tho. parents were I journeying to Spring and at I the mill of Messrs Allen and Ilarkct thej stopped for lunch When little one's wraps- were loosened life was found to have passed ston for :the Tho- was some two month's old. is causing some among parents both ;n Several families here rtrc now in quar Xr. H, S. Cnrdston a rnying- vl.stl on-_: busuvi53 j with hss depfirtmciltal store I'h'ereV train CftfHed him 'back to Raymond. LETHBRIDGE itO. C B, P O. E MeoU 2nd and 4th 4 each month at 8.16 p.m. E A SHARMAN, M PRIEST, E R decretory. WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN T E.M PT R A H C U N I O M m Methodist Wesley Church third Frida> in thc month at 330 p m Visitors always MRS HUMPHRIES, MR8 PJoneerCoal T8 <3N TH1E "MARKET All Strictly Attended to be IMmry ASSOCiATIOfl OF .Meet in Labor md and fourth Mondays in iho r Billie and M Eraployrrs ett- oat of employ- tnent, would US. "Ti" ROBERT to the -v. At hbwty for Smoking f Edmonton; for apcctor. ot ;