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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTHMJDOt, .AL.il.RTA. TMUMDAY: FEBRUARY I IMK Daly f r J t by the Daily Herald Printing Ltd., every lawful iu office, Rouud St., Let h bridge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN. Uanafini Di- rector fcdittr. man if at food is Let H known throughout this country atul tbi tluit Sunny Southern Alberta produced the best .yield fiad quality of wheat Sri ka this year and is In no way do- pendent upon the bounty of the gov- ernment j'or nnv Subscription Daily, one year, delivered i4.il Ill J6 3.IC I.7S .16 I.M uionth, delivered, ttaiiy, three rnonthi, delivered.. Daily one month, delivered Daily, one year, by mail Daily, lix months, by oinil Daily, three months, by mail Weekly Herald, one year OUft MINT OF VIEW From Toronto always comes the argument that Public Schools aro non-sect ariun and yet a public school trastec in that city is. the fa ther of a resolution for the dismissal of all Roman Catholic teachers from the of that city.. This is a r, fine sample of bigotry. A Public School is ix. school f the changed as often as de- .iired- but both new and old address be given. Subscribers will please remit with ant, and a teacher should bo engag should-be given for term. Remit bjr public, not for. Catholic or Protest Order; P.O.-Order, and Bank Hooey Order. >rderj may sent direct or through newsdealer. Address commun- ications to THE LETHBKIDGE HERALD, Lethbridge, Alberta, Ca- nada. [f our friends who faror us with man ukcript for publication wish U> rejected Articles returned uiuit m all caces send itainps'ioj that purple.. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscriber! who fuil to. receive th< Daily Herald will pleaw notify thf business office, by phone or other- at the earliest possible mo meut, so that prompt delivery may ensured. To ensure change oi contract adver tieement in the Daily Herald, copj should be sent .iu not later than C o'clock p. m. oi the evening publication. Transient display ad rertlsements will be received up u .o'clock a. m. oi the day of pub lication, and want advertisement- up to 2.00 p. a. ADVERTISING RATES Want oent s word each insertion. No advertise men! for lew than 23c.- Six con- secutive inaertionft for price of four Initial abbreviations, and "c" marks, each figure and count aa full words. Wher are to bevforwarded send lOc. extra to cover postage. cub. Births, Marriages, and centa every insertion. Contract Display Rate card at "Daily Herald" Of fice. cents per count line; dia count to regular advertisers. Subject advertise menta subject to approval of man agement of "Daily Herald." DAILY HERALD NEWS AND Of FICE 8TAFF_ 0. D.AUSTIN, City Editor. JOHN TORRANCE, and Assistant Butinttt Man ed soldi" on account of quali Gcations to teac'a. A Catholic shouk have ns much right to teach ay a Protestant. If only Protestants arc to bo engaged us teachers the Public School becomes a Protestant schoo solely. is for lack of atul acter. Harry K, Thaw had millions and an imbecile and irsunslayer for lack of character. The genius of Stauford White, the prettinoss oi' Evolyn Nesbit, the mil- lions of Harry K. Thjiw were dlvorc- from character, isolated from vir- tue.' Public interest in the Thaw trage- dy will not demoralize youth or cor- rupt innocence if this story of wreck and ruin teaches tho young, the in- nocent or the adult tho eternal !cs- of a Stanford son th'ut the White, the beauty of an Evelyn Nt bit, tho millions of a Harry K. Thaw are only the soura1. of usefulness, tho secret of happiness, in so far a? these endowments nrc associated character. H. g. LITIPURY tOCiCTV A meet in jt of Literary Society of the, Sthoo) was held on Fri- day evening last at a o'clock. About liity members "and others were present. with the pros The lirst item on The idont in thi! chair. B. K. THIS HEN A TOBACCO FIEND Obio Fowl Which to Lay Un- less )s Givtn a Pill of Fmtcut YoungstOTvn, Feb. hen that has given the local Young La- in a sptvch at Montreal, Hon. K.j dies' Anti-Tobacco league a terrible is by lii'rt Miller, a attorney, who, in his spare mo-i Thc-y were ii race with u civilization! mpnt3, putters around with a poultry j two or. three thousand years old, j yarti. Tn2 hen, which Mr. Miller jthe who had boon' able in twenty-five jias "Carrie Nation" is a to- UBm years to adapt themselves to modern bacco fiend. Sho won't lay eggs un-1 western progress, a nation where uni- shc is given u pill of One cut i versities, parliamentary chewing tobacco every day. Miller.j high" schools and elementary schools! jias to fool 'Carrie" with imita-j were at least on a pur with those of tjon tobacco, but it's no go. "No to- any nation in (Hear! the program. was a very well known nud chorus by; nil. Then followed recitations and the i debate "Itesolvcd that it is to thuj interests of the city to have the1 square sold for building The speakers for the negative, W. J. P. Hyssop and Jessie Macbeth were finally overcome by thc arguments of the affirmative. P. Micbuch and Dor- othy Then followed more recitations and u vocal solo, by Mary Simpson, which was much enjoyed. ...The lust item on the program was the girl's drill, both it-and its en- core- being highly applauded. The'editor of the "Observer" C. Ninimons, is to be congratulated on the his paper. Several libel suits are, however, likely to ensue. Ljnmieux had the following to about Japan: "An inferior OUR LETTER BOX the modern world. bacco, no eggs." is nor motto. A CALL TO THE CITIZENS was a good thing to read sons papers, sometimes. An inferior race! It Many persons have examined "Car-i To the Editor of the Herald, Dear City Council and the executive of our Board of Trade their desire to on the was a good thing-to travel-and it) but outside her appetite for to- news bacco, she has no abnormal charac- i Miller tried to excuse I iiV A3 i I..AI. ma I f fV-' J The. best ally and the best friend, j hen's habit when complaint is mader' B Jn a Continued .Mr. Lomieux, with, cmpha-j by the anti-tobacco league members havc lhe Hou3C tic warmth, the most civilized of all friends and all allies thai our mother -by saying that she doesn't? chew to- i Presbyterian; Church site and with In 8 lb. Bags Just Received: Ttie fentley Co, Ltd, A few nice loU 40 ft. by 140 ft. on Torrftnce Ave., North Ward. OtM iot tuflkieBtior tTernis down, 110 per mouth it boat i Alberta Realty Co bacco, shc juat swallowa it. country, Britain, could have in. the Far East. the great .Japanese nation. To say that the Japanese, HIS EVERY YAWN JAWBREAKER were an inferior nation was to pay a poor tribute to the genius of St. Louisan Cracks Face by Somno Inclinations; Requires I. Sur- rical Operations to Finish British statesmanship. The mission had brought honor-- able success to both sides. They had j followed luid down by Sir! 'St.'' Louis, Feb. 5. Wilfrid: Laurier. that they should .di'f-j defiirc to yawn compelled John ferentiate between the .Japanese and Chinese. Ikcausc the former had at- tained a high' stage of civilutation and were thc. Britain. decided that they should adhere to many a feeling .of distinct disappoint- jinent is received. Enquiries i I lawyers' offices, that it is near the hotels, that it is near the business part oi the city, that it will help the Presbyterians to build their fine.new church. His irresistible] these reasons sufficient? Docs H it not matter'that the site 13 not lareg the allies c: ccrafr.orcc and uaviga- tioit-7becausc they trusted Japan. MISt GRIMM, Accountant. JOB DEPARTMENT. The Herald Job Department ii the best equipped in Southern Alberta. All classes-of work handled eipe ditioualy and fatiefactorily. Waiter Jordan, Manager of the Job Deparv _ BaenL IN. Barnca, a printer, to seek mc-dical f snough, house is much attention six times yest-erday. better at some distance from the bus- One morning, eight years ago.. 13nes3 centre ;pf a city and should be when Barnea arose from bed and j that itw uould add to the yawned he found he couldn't close pppcarance; of -bur city? Is every- hia jaws. He consulted a physician rthin? in Lethbridge always to hover who .set the dislocation. They trusted that Japan would regu j Barnes has never yawned withoul late her immigration in such a way 1thc Penalty of a visit to a physician as to cause no undue influx. j He was eating a'sandwich in a rcs- _____ I taurant-on Saturday and opened widr hia mouth. HU jaws immediately It is to bK: hoped ilarrj- Thaw will melt Si'.-uy into oblivion. We do not want to hear any more of him. became dislocated. He went to tlu city hospital for treatment and re: to fini-sh'hia nieal. The aamc Since' then I Around the square. I believe. Sir. Editor, that we are Betting too big for this "Little Eng- lander" business. Can we consider that a man is p. citizen and worthy an honored olace on our Board of Trade when '.Being a kiog is a dangerous job.! Life is more uncertain than in any other vocation. thing during.thr day he made no lees-than six trips to the institution. The City Council is finding that its! INSULTS IRISH; GETS THUMPS unanimous decision on the court An- important mensurii is now in progress in the Alberta Legislature and doubt ultimately become law iti this province." This is a bill resisting' gaols and prisons.- At present the gaols and prisons arc un- der the control of the R.y.W.H.P. :In this account it "is necessary tore- tain a large stnff of mounted po- lice guardsmen, thereby', centraliz- ing va few points. Such condition of atlairs would neccssi- enlargement, of to house site is not accepted tritK unan- imity by thc people. It always pays to consult thc people on matters of this kind. The Board of Trade is sprucing up. The attendance and interest at last night's meeting was a splendid TBI CU'T BET easily from the fact that our bottled goods are su- perior to all because it will be impressed upon you by your, friends and impressed upon you when you sample our delicious ginger ale and beer, sarsa- parilla.orange cider, cream and lemon sodas, pure beer and ironbrew. LETHBWDCE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, LTD. GlOVtSand EHUNTLfTS FOR MEN Special Price: from 85c to WorkiM Clow l.M.BanksiCo PLANING MILL it tli CM-, if i Iwiq Office, ami Fuctory: cv, am nuns imni Telephone 153 DAIRY PRODUCE CO. Milk, Cream, Butter Eggs PHONE 229 Hotels of the City rrieit the needs .of; the rapid extension boys of Peterborough were playing of -the- frontier lines in 'Western. Can- ada, as tho K.X.W.M.P. was primar- ily as 'a 'patrol, force instead of as. a police force, the fc attorney general has; decided .to take over thc adtninistra- j tion of the jails'- which will hence-j iof.th.'be conducted-under that de-j partmcnt of the public service. (Toronto Telegram.) The Thaw tragedy is a small affair i measured by thc. moral worth of the 'Arrangementsi for construction therein. Thc Thaw tragedy jails at Lethbridge and Calgary have been pto.ctica.Hy. completed and work Socialist at Hamilton, 0., Slurs Chi Pelkt and of Erin Takes Quick Rtvanga Hamilton. O., Feb. Me Grcevy LH Irish and proud of it, and hin willingness to defend his nation- ality today broke up a meeting of the unemployed. i The unemployed were listening to [an address by Arthur Traveiyen, an j English socialist. The Englishman I began abusing Mayor Busse of Chi cago. and hia "Irish police" for stop ping a recent parade there, saying-. "Mayor Busae and hia Irish coppers would hit you on. the-head with at snowball and hockey at that! ciub 83 qujct M kill a rat." j "Why did you pick out the T" asked McGrecvy. THE VALUE OF. CHARACTER j Trevelyan ia said to have made a tdlurring reply. McGreevy'3 fist into thc mop (Pcterboro Review.) They were playing baseball in Leth- bridge, on January 17th, says the Herald. That's nothing. Tho elate. proceeded '-.u-jth during- tho is also a. great demonstration of tho truth not .only that the way of trans gressors is hard, -but that genius, beauty and -wealth the -world corning season. Ultimately a jail will nc erected in'every judicia! 'dis-j values.too much tire dust and as trict iu the provincv. j compared to which The '''jails] shall be under the super- world tod 'litdc. Vision" of 'the "sheriffs of. the in which they rife and "the jailers, turnkeys and other ncccssury officers sh'all be appointed by Governor in'Coun- cil as often as required. thc of whiskers on Trevelvan's face and I he measured length on the floor. In a minute there were forty Irish- men alongside McGreevy- he wants everything down by his store? Are the lawyers really con- .cerned in the matter? It is neceaary for them to be oa Round St. An of See building farther east would be much appreciated by many of them. I cannot think that the large pre- ponderance of Presbyterians on theae two boards could think of their church only in the matter as against 'the public good and surely the people themaelvea should be consulted: I suppose if we sometime get a building it must be within i stone's throw the Hudson Bay corner and then a city hall will of course follow, most likely on Smith street spur, because the square is Is this the spirit that made "Chi oago on the Marsh" the hub of j United States, or that has made Wir: f nipeg or our nearest neighbors, CaV and Edmonton the most import int.points in the Canadian West? I appeal to you, Mr. Editor, and tr. citizens generally, to protest againaT this decision aa ther' request of citj zena for I do not believe that it their verdict. Let us rather be "Imperialists" re- iliiing that'our heritage is to be 'e "Larger Loth bridge" not a ners" or a "one-atreet-town." Why should we not now take a large view The Hartley-Roberts Co. Assorted Apples BY THE BOX Phont 211 Columbia Restaurant ical The place to an A 1 Day and Night Candiea; Cigars. Japanese Goods.: Mtal Tickctt p.r Next door to Coaldalc .RETIRES FROM POLITICS Franco of Truth in Rumor Lisbon, Feb. is no truth in the rumors current in Berlin of m atempt made on the life of Min- ister of whose appoint- nent was slated in the first cabinet re-organiiation. The latest v cabinet I vhich held its first today de- to order general elections and Parliament at the earliest moment. Ex-Premier France- las officially announced hia retire- ment from politics but.his followers Royalis and Conaervative persua- sion have announced that they will continue the party organization for HANDFORD the Goods Are. always the CHEAPEST the Lethbridge Well equipped Good service Travellers' Headquarters Hotel Coaldale Conducted Excltisively on the European Plan Rooms Single and En Suite Cafe in connection Downer, Prop. AT BEABOXABLB PBICES F. G ERHAN muuKniut; diuviicoj. r.t- j, T t I ij _, of things, and let our foundatiorj r -j Thc committee of the Hamilton so-' preservation of monarchial ideas. i- j i .v .not hucdlmg in a fence corner have apohgizcd for their when we have a township -.o build i speaker's rash words. SAYS SHC REJECTED LINCOLN ion? Our 25000 Club may dormant, [our Canadian Club RS bp.d, but'surely interest in Lcthhridge is not Stanford 'Whit.; had gcnjus of Wwnin Who'at a Girl or sicepinf Law- _t_. _ _ r r jyers, Citircn.-i, all, let us work for i our future destiny. came-it human''hyena for lock1 of; character. Bviyn Xesbitt Thaw had a prctti- War Prtti- MI u i tnii i-iim-i ttt NOT IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA j The Dominion Government has made a grant 95" some two. million dollars to provide "wheat -a loan to the farmers oi the provinces. The provision for Alberta is about four hundred thousand dol- lars. In'-fairness to Southern Alber- ta-and: without any .desire to cast any reflection tfpon the northern and central part of' the it -should be .generally known and tinctly undcrstowl thitt. of'this grant will corac to Southern, 'Alberta except to buy the seed wheat which tho farmers of this district, have for sale. No seed wheat Heed be b'roiight t to Southern "Alborta as. the "have all, they need and to. spare of thc very- best. The supply for salo is not as' largo as Jtv.would becc. if the" prices prevailing in the! had not induced the fanners to! but rather As' it is along- Crow's lino, arid south of.it, it for seed for nHip- over oco huorfred bw- 01 gxxxi wneat with plenty! Harmsworth M- [ducatnr i rtOM M to ORDER NOW FROM i 11IIII if I tillIItli Sioux City, Fob. Mary i Frances Reiloy, aged 83, whose family 1 for a generation was prominent in' eastern Iowa and central Illinois; 'died recently at the home of her daughter in this city. As Miss Mary j Sullivan, of Quincy, 111., she, in by Abraham Lincoln, whom ahe rejected. She first met Lincoln Qnincy when he made a trip to that city from Rushville xvhen he attending court. j IN SOUTH OXFORD Ingrrsoll, Feb. C.'l. Wilson, man.iger of the Inperaoll Packing company, was nominated for the Le- ginlature today ,by Oxford Liberals in place of Dr. Angus Mc- Kay, who resigned thc a A LARGER LETHBRIDGE. Hhort time ago. Pioneer Coal IS ON THE MARKET All Orders Strictly Attended to Uwi W FU4 Delivery Balmoral Hotel BEST DAY HOTEL IN THE SOUTH COUNTRY GIVE IT A TRIAL, Meets 1st and 3rd Mondays in K: of P. Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. b G DAVIES, W.P. 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S. GRINDING. MOUNTAIN MILL NEWS round of pleasure is still mov- ing good apecd around these parts On Friday evening last a dance took! pUce at Kr. and Mrs. F. W. Doubts'. There were 321 couples present nndj they all lo enjoy themselves till raominif. THc poopie acorn to be afraid to go home at night this win- ter, -They nil stay .until daylight. Horn, on tho. 24th of January, to Mr. and Mrs. K. P.. Holms, n. son, and to Mr. and Sirs. F. Unk, a son. are to hoar that the oM MclAree is going toj opened aoon. .This will suit] botty M it M A 1 W.J. Mitebell has commenced to; I bnild on the old Shnrtz form. i Hollow Qnmmi M illustrated DMibU Concave for Extra Heavy THE RA70R Leather Cast MatjMt There is a reason why C AR BO MAGNETIC Rnon arc the best in the world TWO WORDS TELL TUB STOmr Tbte MM tf whkH U OUR EXCLUSIVE SECRET PROCESS, jMftftMMp WIKTvVV M( Wj MCWf. Destroys it CARBO MAQNETK NEVER -TUB RAZOff Wrm AN EVEKLASTtNQ EOQB. T V s Sold by C. W GRAY Nest of Owls Lcthbridge Nest of Owls. No. 159, will meet the first and third Sundays of each month in P. Hall. Q. V. STORKEY, Seeretaary. C. ROSS T ATE, President. M.' PRIEST, Junior Past Pros. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. tf fcwfit Sodet) tW KniifliTji' of Pytbina CTfty Int Md Thnra Uy in tkr nonth I Uvtirwi wri- Fred T. R..bini, Bot 37. No. MOTTH-WCST AMOCIATiOM OF CNQINECRS Meet in the Labor Hall eyery and fourth Mondays in the Employers Ttquiring certificated- en- firwcn, wad enginerr.i out of employ-. would do well to communicate with Secretary. L. M. JOHNSTONC tarr ;