Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
iITH8Kiettl.Ai.TA., MONDAY, At OU0T It. Daiy HeroU fcf Daily Herald Printing lawful Round Si.. J. Uaily, one year, delivered Daily, delivered. Di- 2.M l.M Oaily, Daily, >ix by mail t.TJ by mail JS 4eekly Herald, .one year....... IM iddrtMMa uftiiD at at- aired; but both aod aid aiuAl be to on recor4N of the of Utai pr-> city in the KobiaWys They. reetiveo opea atver- al or the unfortunate citi- zens ot' JKerme. 'Ihey nousati UMUU statement is made .that Ihe refugee camp at Cran- brook was perfect, Cranbrook serves a, hijfh the scroll; re- cording this world's heroes and bene- factors. Several eastern papers refer to Femie as "a post village." he knowledge of the West Is very slight iu Eastern Canada; It-Is about time another press excursion of Canadian editors made a tour of Western Canada to the Pacific Coait in order that they might become bet- ter enlightened. .Fernie is wi iticor- "BUILD NOW" CAMPAIGN Lumber Wilt M Afi'm Say Lumktr Spokane, Waih.i: Aug.-- lO.-Manu. facturing, jobbing and ri'iuii lumber iltPir. m opunanu "Build "Now" campsiign with a par- ade through the principal oJ ana Saskatchewan Couscr- vative orpins are at some pains to J.- S. tt'ilHsou's criticism of the action of the Scott govern- ment in bringing on the I'foviii elections. The force" of the lies in the placing of Mr. Willisou urnoiig the strong Liberal .lights and authorities. At the same moment that the Conservatives? are seeking to pass this as good election, talk a. press despatch announces that the Toronto News will henceforth be straight Conservative sheet as it has actually been, for the past two years. The same despatch says that J. W. Flavelle who was the er and chief stock holder of the News us an independent sheet has with- drawn his capital from the concern and he may be assumed to have .felt some disappointment in the direction of the paper by Mr.' Willison.. Conservatives may take some .quick comfort hi the present accession of Mi-. Wiliisoh to their rauks as he has considerable cleverness and facility, with facility written large. Toler- ably well- fixed political principles and convictions are part .or the assets of a public man that give force and value to his public service. The ul- timate judgment of the public is swung by the sincerity of the men judged and political sincerity is just as good as any other bind. Anything but a speedy election could not be expected following the redistribution in. Saskatchewan which adds over 60 per cent, to the numer- ical representation in the Provincial Legislature. fore the fire, of close upon peo- ple. Soiue farmers are allowing the city, There were under the direction of K. F. Carter grand umrshull, and sev- eral hundred vehicles carrying lum. be: products, several orated automobiles', and; a baud were in line. the parade then- was an old-fashioned has :oau game be-; tween the manufacturers and the re. tailezs. with 20 men on each side. After playing two innings the timber barons turned the fi.'ld ovtt to the teams, A basket picnic fol- lowed at Natatoriuur park, where a of social attractions was of- fered by The note of the "build now" campaign is that "lumber will never be as cheap Therft were Car of weed'pest to strengthen its hold up- on their farms. They should wuk up and get rid of these soil destroy- ers before it is too late. Saskatchewan follows in Allwjrta's and Ontario's footsteps and gets a Xova Scotia man to direct its Pro- vincial University. huudr.da of placards carrying the slogan, "Build Now." As a result it believed the building industry will be boosted and in this way help the lumber business. Spokane wecttci worth of structure in 1 and.-it U expected .to eclipse that mark by at least 20 per cent, this year. Just Received Me) Co. Ltd. IN mm X-----, a prominent lawyer, is much addictul to tlie habit of turing his oftico staff, and the offi- ce boy in for an unusual share of admonition whenever occasion de- ntands, and when. it.idbe's not. That his words appr ciatcd was made quite evident to Mr. X----- one day recently 'when a conversa. overheard on the il va'or, be_ txveen Tommy, and another office boy on ihe same Hoor was .repeated to him. "Whatcher asked th.' othf-r boy. "I get ten thousand dollars a said Tommy. ''Aw g'wan c-jficulated the other derisively. "Quitcher kiddin'." "Honest I said Tommy, "four dollars a week in cash and the rest in legal advice." THE GALT HCfSPITAL DR. CRAGG'S PARENTS The Christian Guardian says: Th Rev. jtdward and Mrs. Cragg, o Trenton have had a family reunion, ii honor of the fiftieth anniversary p their married life. Dr.Cecil C. Cragg of Lethbridge, his wife and tw children w present; also the Rev C. Hi Cragg, B. D., of Foxboro, an vvilc- the Rev. W. J. M. Cragg, B.A B.D., of Fenelon Falls, wife aii two children; the Rev Harry H Cragg B. A., of HalloweU. and wife Mrs. Stone and sou, and Miss M. F all their children wt.r present witli the exception of the old. est son, Mr. Oswald A. Cragg, who, 'with his wife and five children are living on the Anchor ranch, Alberta. Mr. Cragg the ministry of the Wpsleyan Methodist Church in the year 1S54. He is an octogenarian, but his vigor, both of body and mind, is quite remarkable. tottst It was a score of years ago that W. J. Conners now chairiimEt of the York Democratic Stale Commit. uunual report of the Gait Hos- tee, secured his first great fr.ight. pitai which has recently ueen publish handling contract, and when the work ert, calls attention to the absolute was ready to start he appeared on the Ohio street dock at Buffalo and called fur a thousand burly "dock- wallopers" to qrd r. ___ roared Conjiers, "yez are to worruk for me, and 1 want ivery man here to understand what's what. I kin lick anny man in the gang." Nine hundred and niuety.nie swal- lowed the insult but one huge, double Fisted warrior moved uneasily, and stepping from the line lie said: "You can't lick me, Jim Conn-rs." attention to the absolute necessity of greater accommodation. The hospital is almost always crowd- ed and as the population of the city- district is steadijy increasing it is certain that the demands made on the hospital will steadily increaaa. The growth of Lethbridge as an in- dustrial centre and the development of mines and other industries In the district with more or less hazardous employment will mean a decided in- crease in the need of a larger hos- pital. The Gait Hospital is a good one, as weJI equipped and managed as any in Western Canada and the peo- ple of .Lcthbridge and the surround- ing country should give it much stronger support. The report shows that all the money from the local people amounts to nine hundred and twenty dollars. Six hundred of this is a grant by the City Council, from annual subscribers, sever, al of whom do not live here, and S1S8' from other donations. The Ladies Aid raised by having a ball, piano recital, etc., making a grand total from our people of 3-1 The people could easily give two or three times thi.s ;unount an- nually if the needs of the institution were forced upon them. A determin- ed elTort made by the management to get sufficient funds to build the required addition and get the equip- ment necessitated thereby would doubtless meet with a ready response from the people of Lethbridge who" are never backward in giving their mentis to support any good work. Taber Taber, Aug. diph- theria in Taber is an indisputable fact. Vera, the eleven months old daughter of Bish- op R. A. Van Orman, succumbed to the dreaded, disease on Thursday last and was buried on Friday ffiorn- A mild electrical display of thun- der a'nd lightning passed over the town -this afternoon, accompanied by a heavy bringing the mercury down to 58 degrees. To-pay a .last tribute of respect to the mortal remains of David Bur- bank, the people of Taber this after- noon filled the large auditorium of the L. S. Chapel. The beautiful City of Medicine Hat Passenqeps The City Council have made arraugements where- by 'a Bus will meet the Spokane Flyer at COLERIDGE for con- vey ing between that station and Medicine Hat at a npmmal charge of T5c each. E. ROBERTS City Clerk Designs aiul Novel- ties iu G law luk Drawing Piper Rubber Spouses Ba iik era' T.Piiw Special V.vna iirliticr. Vertical' aud Transfer The and line of in Sou-' them Alberta No Order too Large No Order too Small Best Bargains in LETHBUKE ALTA. Proclamation TO THE CITIZENS Of IHKE, GtiEHK PftOFESSIONAL CAIDS OR. W. S. QALBRAITH PttytUian, ia p. OAee W4 "B4 Before 9 a.m., MADAM NORMAN -'Teacher (A voice produeiiou. VutU or reteivei puptU. or advanced Coaehinff ior exaou. urgan. aud Estate Ike L Lima Put Iffto Itat PtaitIM ALVIN RIFLIY ACCOUNTING, AUDITING, COL LECTIONS and RENTALS and AccMwit 6 -V Whitocv Block HAMILTON ft YOUNG Room Whitney BUck. C.F K.C., O.C.L., 6. Marion ilanat, B. C. L CONYBEARt Barristers, Solicitfirg, Bidet. NOW KNOW YE: That Carlos Ives, by virtue of the pow- ers in riie as Acting May or of the City of LeLbbrulge, do hereby declare the af- ternoon of the 12th day of August, 1908, ft Civic Hoii- I hereby call upon all good citizens to pbaerve the same. W. C. IVES, Acting M.-xyor can't, can't bellowttcl "Fin-lwhjte caskct was covered with d'eli- gy-" ye the response. "Oh, wt-11; thin go in the office and git your said ".Fingy." "I'll have no man in me gang that'I can't lick." PRIZE WINNERS AT RAYMOND th< tht The lisi of prize winr.s-r? fields or grain competition in Raymond district is as follows: List of prize winners in competi- tion for standing fi Ids S'ed Wheat. Hi-nry Holmes, 1st prize hi Rid Fife. Bonnet. 2nd prize. Win. A. Redd, 1st prize in Sonera. T. J. O'Hrit'n 2nd prize. I.. D. King, 1st prize in Alberta Red. H. S. AH-n 2nd priz-. For standing field of oats: David Powelson prize in Ban- ner. H.M.- Brimhall 2nd prize. Standing field-; of Imrley: I John Pow Ison, six rowed, 1st priz-. I i cate flowers. The service was con- ducted by Elder Benj. A. Strjnghaui. The opening prayer was offered by Mr. W. Kilgrow, who supplicated thn Divine blessings upon the gathering and upon the bereaved ones. Tho speakers were Elders, S. Wing, G; Quibell, and A. M. Wild, all of whom spoke feelingly of the noble traits of character of the deceased, his pure love for his family, together with words of comfort and consola- tion to his wife and family. The musical part o f the service, under the direction of Cr. W. Birch, was beautiful jvnd appropriate. The songs rendered were "0 My "Sweet Rest in "Ilomt, Sweet Home." About five weeks ago. the deceased contracted typhoid- pneumonia, of which he died on Aug- i tist oth, at the age of 34 years. Fie Ming gen, nttentioa! Simmons K.P.P. Will addross the Working Classes of Lethbndge in the Labor Temple TO-NIGHT 10 GOD SATE THE KING Ai hprtvd Fara, 4 wtehm LdUryfe, for per tat, mHmg kalf Ac craf. Easy Mf. C. SIMMONS G. ADDISOK B. C. MOORE Funeral Director Mexi to OJmrc Office Fbooe Revide'uoe 138. F. B. RULF80N ARCHlfECT Whitney The Herald Job Department __________J________________ SUBJECT Legislation Affediig Ae Workers The chair will be taken at S o'clock by Sid Duncan, President of the Trades and Labor Council Everybody Cordially Coal, Ice and PRAYING JJ Western LONG BROS.Proprietors j j Office opposite Balmoral ea a Specialty JAB. A. MACOONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, Rrtpath Stroot Lethbridf., Alt. THE MISSES BROOK Fashionabit Children's 'Clothes and 'Plain Sewing- 41 ArgyU Avenue WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UN ION [Meet in Methodist Wesley Church very third Friday in the month at 3.30 p. m. Visitors always welcome. MR3. A. E. HUMPHRIES, Pm. MRS. CHA8. McCLENAGHAN. Secretary A HOSPITAL SUNDAY In nearly every city, the churches devote one Sunday in the year t.o the hospitals. On this Sunday which is known as Hospital Day, special attention is drawn to Ihe work and needs of the hospitals and a special roller-turn taken for that purpose. The fraternal societies usually make! very substantial grants to the hos- pitals which more than any other in- stitution carry out Ihe benevolent principles of the orders. Special work is often done among the school children and ir. various other ways the attention of the inibli- is drawn to the hospitals nnd funds raised for its support. Appair-nlly of these efforts hnvc been put. forth in this city on behalf of the Gait Hos- pital. Would it not he well en- deavor to interest these bodies in the Hospital? The Hospital must enlarged and the addition equipped. The present income cannot provide t'nr tho.se r.nd a largely increased re- is urgent. I Phone 124 Pioneer Book Store leaves a wire and two children, a father and mother, four brothers end six sisters to mourn his loss. The pall benrcrs were, P. flansen, Godfrey, W. Stevenson, J. Pior- son. "ft. "Weaver, and i'i'.jrsnn. Mr Rurhnnd came to Canada six years j f 4 f f ago from Rennington, "Hear Co.. Idaho, where, his parents still! reside. The largest funernl proces- j sion ever witnessed in Taber, follow- J ed the remains to the cemetery where the final rites were observed. Mr. Folt. of Wetmore, is in j town today nn business. lie has just harvested forty acres of oats. [and planted fifty-eight acres of fall jwheat upon his homestead. W. R. BROWN Houfe painter, hanger, wood Canada Western Chartered Cor- pBrathn, Limited CAPITAL HEAD B. C. Financi.il and Inv.stment Agents Brokers Fisc.il Agents for Royal Collieries Ltd. We deal in all standard stocks. APPLICATIONS will be received by to the 22nd day of for the position of ACCOUNTANT for the City of Lethbridge. Appli- cants will please send copies of tes- Letterheads Bill Heads Envelopes Busin.ss Cards Receipt (31) A. F. A. M., G. ft. A. egular meeting .night, the third Thursday of each month in Masonic Hall, P. O. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will always a hearty- welcome. A.C.MESSER. G.V.STORKEY, W. M. Secretary, P. 0. Box M7 1st Meets and iJrd in El of P Hall at 8 o'cict-k. Visiting brethren invited. S. a. DAYIEB, W.P 24-ly T. F. WHITE, W. B Carriage Fainting a 52 Argyle timonials and state salary. GEO. W. ROBINSON, Secretary Treasurer. f OUR poirrr OF VIEW It is rather late to pny tho com- pliment but tho IToraM thinks it is only proper that Crnnbrook. "B. C., should given the- hiphost praise for its treatment of the Fcrnie re- fugees. It is difficult to find words Our 20 per cent Discount Sale Continues and is a Great Success HE PKTDIE HUMEK Ttis University STRATHCONA, ALTA. DON'T FAIL TO SEE HAYR BROS. Exhibit at the Fair I Successors to G. L. Vrooman Phone 75 I Classes open Sept mber 23rd, 1909.' i Courses offered leading to B.A. nnd i fi.Sc. Deprecis. Four scholarships oi each! I for competition at the Matric. J I illation Examinations in Sept'mber.' j For particulars write the President! J the University, Stratlicona. j NURSING MRS. C. R. GREY Trairu-1 nurse open for engagement Can b- found at Mrs. W. O. Hutlon'sJ St. L. M. JOHNSTONE Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Bank, 1 Lethbridge. SMjr I SATISFACTION J That's what every job we do gives. We guarantee to please yon, for we thoroughly understand our business. We have 1 a large stack of Wall Paper at our and see it. Sw is for Faiititf, Piper HMK Dectrafof, UbfMraf, etc. I WELLINGTON BROS.! f Corner Cutbill and CouHUnd Lethbridge PROMPTED by the rapid- ly increasing demand for Bath Room Fixtures, we have just received a very beautiful line of new and artistic designs covering a vide range of prices. 'Fixtures are of the finest, most durable nickle plate, and such that you could not but be interested in their beauty and utility. It would be a pleasure to have you call and ex- amine them whether you are an intending pur- chaser or not. Canadian Order ot Foresters JL C. W. GRAY HARDWARE LETBRIKE ALTA. Nt.262 Meets h. K. of P Hall last Thursday ot month. visiting welcome J. F. ROGERS, C.R A. NEIDIG, F.S. First-class Cafe IN TIKI HTH BUUIK HB INWN mm Short Order Betweea Muls CARROLL DOYLE LETHBRIDGE Q. B. P. O. E. 4eeU on the second Taeaday of each month at S.15 p.m. E. A. SHARMAN. M. PRIEST. E. R. Secretary. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. Wl Mmt in tho KnigLiM of Bali flret and thinl in ikt montk 8 p.m. Visiting tirthrvn cone. Waltei Applsbjr, KrH T. RoWiw, W. I'rmJeaU Boi 47. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Lftbor Hall eTtty and and fourth Mondays in month. Employers requirinf certificated enfineera out of employ- ment, would do well to communicate with M. NEVIS. Chtot W. A. DIOK8ON, Secretary.