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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBUl DGE, .ALBE RTA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21 HOI. TiS Daily Herald Printed by the Uuiiy Herald Printing Co., lawful evening at ita office. Round St., Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Di- rector and Editor. Subscription Ratse Daily, one year, delivered...... Dai.ly, six month, delivered, 2.00 months, delivered.. 1.00 Daily, one 'month, delivered .35 Daily, one year, by mail 3.00 Daily, six mouths, by mail 1.75 Daily, three months, by mail .85 VIEW Hanaaru is u costly luxury, costly to'the''people''of a luxury to Senators, who fill its pages with a lot of stuff that is never read The duration of the sessions of par- liament could ho greatly shortened if lhere u'as no Hansard, for it is ad- mitted that speeches arc made by a grout many members for the sole pur- j poso of Dotting into Hansard. "Talk i ing to Hansard instead of lo the- seems to be their purpose. Cut out Hansard and tho will be cut in two. A Lfthbricltfc despatch in tha ary Herald tells about farm: ij.; gize to that young man." After look- ing around ft while, und there being no old man continued: "Don't you see that even a Tory cannot tell a lie in Gaelic, and I hope that that young man will keep his mouth shut until ho knows more about what he is tulking." There was a great laugh on Eberts and the meeting was in an uproar. Orford township was practically all Scotch, and Gaelic was used more in the daily intercourse than English. The Scotchmen thought it a good joke and it is often repeated around the fireside on a winter's evening by some old Gaelic farmer who happened to be present at the meeting. one' year 1.50 eraltons having commenced at the Addresses changed often as de- j experimental farm and also that flow sired: but both new and old address i ers ftrc i.ioo.n there. That i.-i i.H thi' Herat I r-uf. (Tornilo aSturday Night.) Rev. K. C. Laker, of Clinton street Mothodist church, Toronto, has tpeeific-i U-nn. Kf-init by Express jors m bloom ami funning j vited the men of the congregation to Order, P.O. Ordor, and Hunk Mouey jn Quinary district" one j write him anonymous letters, point- remit 'WAS CALLED QUITE A FAKIR' )rdeermav b, sent direct or through i conclude h.it the Herald out the faults of women of their any newsdealer. Addn-ss coimmin- is a fakir. When almost till the priz- 1 and after reading thew any icutions to THE LKTIlliRlDGIC ut (he fair went to a district HKRALD, Lethbridge, Alberta, Cn- vvithhl ,ortv mllcB of RriOR bridge, the Calgary Herald took this [f our friends who favor u.s with man- i uscript for publication wish to Part of the province to its bosom have rejected urticlwi returned und spoke of it nx the Calgary dis- uiust in all cases send stamps tor j trict sui-j now when the fanning opcr that purpose. utions uro in progress and (lowers NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS jn bloom in the U-thbridgc dis- Snb'scribers who to receive "the it Daily Herald will please notify the hv speaking Of it busnu-ss oltice, by phone.or other-- wise, at the earliest possible mo- mont, so tliat prompt delivery may be ensured. L'o ensure change of contract adver- tisement in the Dully Herald, copy should be sent in not later than 6 o'clock p. in. of the evening before. publication. Transient display ad-'avvftv vertisements will be received up to j Ec-nionton 10 o'clock a. in. of the day of pub- lication, and want up to 2.00 p. m. ADVERTISING RATES Want ceut a word each insertion. No advertise- ment for less than 25c. Six cou- aecutive insertions for price of four. Initial' letters, abbreviations. and "c" marks, each figure and words count as full words. When replies are to be forwarded send lOc. extra to cover posstuee. Terms cash. Births, ferriages, and every insertion.- Contract Display Rate card at "Daily Herald" Of- fice. cents per count line; dis- as the Calgary district. Calgary has a very poor case when one of its newspapers has to holster up a rep- utation for climate and good seed, by misappropriating honors won in a district a hundred miles or more The Herald cries "hog" at but the people in the south have about concluded that the Ilernld would win first prize in the class. The Alberta government knows where 16 get good grain. Probably the only district in the province where it is sure of a supply is the rich Lethbridge district and it is sending an official here to make pur- chases. count to regular advertisers. Subject to advertise- ments subject to approval of man- agement of "Daily Herald." DAILY HERALD NEWS AND OF- FICE 0. D. AUSTIN, City Editor. JOHN TORRANCE, Canvasser, Col- ..lector and Assistant Business Man- ager. MiSS GRIMM, Accountant..... JOB DEPARTMENT. The Herald Job Department is the best equipped in Southern Alberta. All classes of work handled expe- ditiously and satisfactorily. Walter Jordan, Manager of the Job Depart- ment. Telephone 105. Cunningham won't allow Leth bridge'district to be slandered even when he is on a holiday trip and if trying to forget -business and other cares. He brought that Minneapolis paper tn time and showed them that this part of tha west was as gooc as any section on the continent. A CRACK AT THE HAT (Chicago Tribune.) Perhaps it would be unfair to hold Medicine Hat responsible for all th varieties of breezes that contend fo the mastery at the Masonic Temple corner this month. omnumicatioiKs he will preach subject nest Sunday night. The olio wing week he will ask the ladi-.s o write him letters, telling the faults f their husbands and other men ric-nds, and on that subject he will eliver a sermon the following Sun- ay. If this does not kick up a sen-, aiion the entertainer in the Clinton trcet pulpit should, for' the third get, all his people writing lim- ricks. This has been found to work veil in booming a certain brand of MIXED MARRIAGE-'.IN' TORONTO Toronto, Feb. event is.creating' quite a stir bere was an- nounced in this Vity recently, when invitations were sent out for the mar- riage of Miss Aimee 1'aleonbridge to Captain Douglas Youug. it is an- nounced to take place in St. Jamjs Cathedral on March -j. Miss Kalconbridge who is a charming young society woman, is the daugh- ter of Chief Justice Falconbridge, while her fiance is a captain of the Canadian Dragoons, and aide- cle-camp to the' Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario. .He is the son of Lieut. Col. D. ,D. Young, of Kingston, and served in the South African war. Miss Falconbridge, although her father is a Protestant, has been brought up in the Roman Catholic faith, and lias been a constant at- tendant at Our Lady of Lourdes Church, to .which .Archbishop O'Con- nor's residence is annexed. Her mother, as is wdlknown, is a Ko- man Catholic. Capt. Young is u I'rcu-stnnt. It that the Roman Catholic Archibishop of To- ronto refused a dispensation. Received Today ea. He might have a missing line are all the hing like this: was a young parson named Laker, FREE WEDDINGS Cut Rate War Between Judges Put Matrimony at Low naperi Clothier Aid Boone, la., Feb. free wed- ding ceremony and dinner, a year's subscription to a local paper and a wedding outfit'at half price to any bridegroom is the offer Roone holds out. to the matrimonially inclined. All this is the result of the cut rate war between Judges Lockard and i Mcliride. Last Friday Judge Lock- i -rd offered to marry f roe all who call- Drdained to tne cause of his Maker; during tho day. He But to get in the news And to sec crowded pews A CRUEL THRUST 300 r airs t Union Made Overalls for Men and Boys 50c to Pair Best Values Going A few nice lots 40 ft. by 140 ft. on Torranee Ave., North Due lot sufficient for buildings site. Term6 down, balance per month without interest. I Alberta Realty Co 33 LHIIEIOEE Why not own a Reliable Watch (Toronto Saturday Night.) W. T. Stead is going to cut off his vhiskers in order to personate Crom- vcll in a London pageant. There are nany who would prefer to have him ,5ersonate Charles I., if the person- ition were to include cutting off his instead or his whiskers. Judge McBride earner back, offering free ceremonie and embossed certificates during the entire week. To those getting mar- ried on Saturday he will give a wed- ding banquet. Then a local paper and a clothing houses came out with their offers. THE TRUTH, IN'GAELIC (Toronto Saturday Night.) The Hon. Archibald McKellar, af- terwards sheriff of Weniworth county, THE CARDSTON BUDGET Cardston, Feb. announce- nents have been published in the Alberta Star that on Friday even- ing, March 6th, all the officers of the Alberta Stake Sunday Schools meet in a grand farewell social instead of the regular Sunday School Union meeting. Mr. Steed has been i _very faithful worker for over years and merits the esteem of all 'iis co-religionists and fellow-citi- zens. He departs next month on a foreign mission. Invitations are also out for a social evening at Mr. Steed's home on Sat- "Some of the greatest classical com posersdid .not make any money." said the guest at the musicale. "YVis" answered Mr. Comrox. "Thgt thought is about the only thing that gives me any comfort when I listen to the things they made inton Star. A HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY One of the greatest advertisements as well as one of the greatest sourc- es of pleasure for a city is its scenic beauty. Many places are blessed with natural beauty while others are forced to make their own. Prairie towns such as Lethbridge arc gener- ally of the latter class. The city is already renowned for its hundreds of beautiful trees and for its numerous pretty lawns and gardens. But, it is probably just as well known for the barren wastes where boulevards should be and for wild yards that should be level lawns and handsom-2 llowcr beds. The city council has done .a great deal to beautify th2 place and the agricultural society al- so has encouraged arboriculture, suirt horticulture. But an horticultural society organized among those who are most interested could do a great deal with a comprehensive plan ot action outlined and put into eJToct. Now is the time to begin. Method? of inducing and encouragiag peop'u to beautify their front and back, yards, their houses and fences couiJ be devised and carried out by those who have experience. Such a society if organise] in earnest, could reason ably ask the city council for a. grant to carry on their work, which though primarily for the individual, is moi'o than all in the interests of the whole city. Will not some of the city's horticultural enthusiasts take the matter up once? was a great Liberal campaigner 7th> especially to the the old davs of Kent. On one oc- members of the union board. casipn he was making a speech in Oriord township at a political gath- ering composed almost altogether of Highland Scotch who had settled in that township. Herman Eberts, af- terwards Attorney-General in British Canadian Association Mr. D. H. Elton expects to repre- sent the Western Association at the general meeting to be held in Tonn- to next month, 5th, 6th and 7th leaves on Saturday for his eastern Columbia, was present on behalf of inte-uls visiting Washing', n, Conservatives. Mr. Eberts, was it that time a law student at Chat- ham. Mr. McKellar was speaking in Gaelic, and the future Attorney- St-neral interrupted a statement of McKellar's with "It's a lie." McKellar stopped and his inter- rupter added: "I rlon't say that you ire lying, but whoever told you that lying." McKellar continued his speech, and repeating the story, Eberts again zalU.-fi out: "It's a lie." McKi'llar stopped again. "That young he said, "docs riot know what he is talking about. Hr. says tiiat I would not lie, but :-hat I have been wrongly informed. Now. f again tell the young man that .vhat I have said is true, because it ;vas told to me in Gaelic, and it is RATE PER WEEK, 21 Meal Tickets Meals served from 6 a.m. un- til 8 p.m. aiv IREDDING; Cor. Smith.and Redpath A time piece which cannot be depended upon to show accurate tine, which has to be pulled back or jbegad ahead isn't worth lying to a fish line for a sinker. Every movement and case we sell has sonal guarantee and.- be- sides, onr extremely low prices bring them within eaey reach ot any pocket- book. C. Ross Tate The Sign of the Watch Ford St, near City Hall Our Spring Goods Have Just Arrived Stylish Suits AT RIGHT PRICES Cleaning and Pressing Promptly Attended To A. Mutton Phone 265 p ly Paimiziqi Inl Wutrj I, OLIVER'S PLANING MILL if i Office, and Factory: Car IBHIuri I8NHI ITIKTI Telephone 153 SHOE REPAIRING J. IL van Westminster Road, next corner Helen's Street and in back yard. Repairing of fine boots and workmen's shoes. Sewing" by- hand if required. Right prices. Or- ders promptly-attended-to. HANDFORD IS ON THE MARKET All Orders Strictly Attended to Cash be Paid on Delivery JUES ISICUfT: Prop. The Leading Hotels of the City The Lethbridge Well equipped Gcxxi service Headquarters D. before hi.s .return from P' int. Mrs. Elton will accompany him ord. Cardston is proud of Mi ability as a writer and a and all wish him an enjiy trip. Southern Alberta has n vi-.-y staunch supporter in our genii! editor. Coming Dramatic Performance It is rumored that the Magrath Finnic Dramatic company will favor Cardston with a visit some time next week We shall be glad to welcome thorn and hope they receive the sup- port they deserve. The title of the earning play has not been learned yvt, PERSONALS On Saturday next Cardston will have to say good bye to Mr. W. H. frwin, who is leaving at that time for Lethbridge to take up the duties of impossible to lie in Gaelic. Why, there are some in this house tne District Court. The best ire good Scotchmen, and who talk wishes of Cardson's citizens go with 3aelic, and yet who are, I am sorry 1 Jrwin, our regrets have been pre- v.o say, Tories. Now, jf one of them j "ously expressed. .vlil got up arid say that he ever lied I Th0 resignation of Miss McLenhan In Gaelic win go down and apoic- PROVINCIAL POULTRY SHOW Since the local poultry fanciers made siich an excellent shoxving at "the local show, it can only be ex- pected that they will scud a number of 'their best, birds to Edmonton to the Provincial Poultry Show next week. The Calgary and Fid m on ton men were game in coming down here and it is right that our men re- turn the compliment. Jt means n. good deal of expense and trouble but if handled right expenses can be met with prize money and sales of eggs and birds. If t i? not possible for a number of to go, let them send their birds in charge of some no and pool the expenses. Such an! FINE Papeteries 1 T r I T T T 4 2 Wrappers, size 32, dark pattern, half Boy's Linen nice stripes, blouse or Buster Brown patterns, Conducted Exclusively on the v Enropeun Phmv Rooms Single and En Suite Cafe in connection Henderson (f Dcwner, Prop. Balmoral Hotel BEST DAY HOTEL IN THE COUNTRY QIVEI IT A TRIAL LEttotige brie to. Meets 1st and 3rd Mon days in K. of P. Hall at P. o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. S. G DA VIES, W.P- 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S. Nest of Owls Lethbridge Nest of Owls, No. 159, meet the first and, third Sundays of each month in K. of Hall. G. V., STORKEY, C. ROSS TATE. PreaidenO M. PRIEST. Junior Past W G. H. Johnston, Lethbridge Lodge Pride, of Alberta, No. 293.. Sans nf Eiglari lenfit Wet) in tV Knitthtu of Pyihinn and Rt 8 p.m. pp'ehj, 'aj in br-lhrrn al Fred T. Boi 67. 9-ly LETH BRIDGE '-Ouvrt. C. B. P. O. E. 2nd and 4th Tuesday A each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. 8HARMAN, M. ?RTESt! E- R. Secretary-. MORTH-WE8T ASSOCIATION OT STATIONARY ENOIMEtRf in the Lubor Hall and an4 fourth Mondays in th% month. nrjyirinf fineera, tnd enfineetn out of employ- ment, would do well to eommunicale with ua. lOBERT NRVIH, ChWf. BRICK, ;