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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta L, t T H B I D C E v A _ J E R T A F R I DAY, ft t K U A h V 21 I B 01. M RIDCWAYS TEAS 5010 ONLY IN SEALED TINS IN Vi.l It 3lb 5IZE5 RIDGWAY'S ROYALTEASI ESTABLISHED IN THE REIGN OF KING WILLIAM IV. ________-----------.-----; Have the largest Sole of any high-grade Tea in the World RIDCWAYS TEAS J 50c., 60c. and per Ib. ONLY IN SEALED TINS IN 74-. ft.I SIZES Exclusive Agents: The Bentley Company Limited, Lethbridge TELEPHONE 33 Prompt Delivery: f f M M 4 4 4 4 4 4 M 4 4 4 f Rambling Reveries OUR LETTER BOX. B Y 0 REAMER .PRAISE-YOUR NEIGHBOR' In our Judgement of others mor- .-_ tals arc prone Td talk of their faults without heed C'. of our own; And this little ruie should be trea- sured by all; "If you can't praise your neighbor don't name him at (The Herald uot responsible for the sentiments expressed in this col- umn. All correspondence must be pen? Is my opposition fostering the best, results; Is it iny ambition or my child's happiness that I am seek- ing to promote? Has not my child the same right of a choice in a life companion that I had? Another thing occurs at this point, that we cannot well refrain from pro testing against. It is- nothing less than char- acterizes the conduct of far too many parents iii regard to their children, and especially their daughters, who, in. some moment, have behaved indiscreetly, and possibly shamefully, tion >to a matter of importance A child is a child, and no act of a [our students, namely the need PENSION FOR AGED H-M illl t H-i I I I "M M Hi I HIM publication will be refused. A STUDENT'S COMPLAINT Lethbridge, Alta., Feb. 26. Editor Herald: wish Lo draw your atten- to of parent can moke it otherwise. Dis-'jnew '-chemical apparatus for our high inheritance, anger, unkindness and abuse only aggravate such matters, and what might have been kept a Men's deeds'arc compounded of glory private family sorrow, becomes a (public scandal, so crushing the help- less victim that not even a whole time of rcmorse'and repentance lean succeed in wiping out the blot on her reputation. Life is so i happiness, at beat, and shame, And surely 'tis sweeter to praise than to Perfection; has never been known since the "If. you can't-praise your neighbor, I poor am] Small_is there anything don't name him at all." 'to be gained by making a bad mat- Remember, ye cynics, the the beam- Pause in vour fault-finding and pqn- I y der the Who has the least' charity, quickest will "If you can't praise your neighbor, don't mime-him. at all.'-' If we would but endeavor pur own fault to mend We'd have allthe xvork to which AVC could attend, Then let us be to charity's "If you cati't'praise' your' neighbor, r don't all." tcr worse, or a miserable fellow crea- ture still more wretched? Are truth and virtue so frail and weak as to be utterly destroyed by the breath' of a pitiful error? Must Christ be again crucified to teach us the beau- ty of charity and forgiveness? school. Chemistry and Physical Science are of the most important subjects for study but what chance do we get to study them. The only supplies we have, for carrying on work in these subjects are our text books, our own gray mutter and four shelves loaded with scrap iron and broken gloss, so The Chemistry class tries an im-. portant experiment, it is a complete failure and the teacher sadly remarks that as usual the acid is too weak MATRIMONIAL, AliLlANCES HOW TO 3UDC3K BOOl-yS x Would you. know whether the tpn- dency of u book is good or evil, ex- amine in what state of mind you are in v when you lay it down. Has it induced you to suspect ''that what you have- been accustomed to_; think 'unlawful all, be ccnt, -and that may he harmless which you have hitherto been taught to think dangerous? Has it tended I to make you dissatisfied and hnpn.- The: lack 'of good :scnsc' and good ttient under the control of others; judgment that many fathers and ajul disposed you to relax n that mothers display in regard to the ma trimoniul alliances of their children, or the potassium no good. Every student in the high school must study electricity. Yet we have- n't a battery or even a cell. We try some new work in Physics. The teacher finds the apparatus. Oh yes, it is broken and this piece is rusted off. And so it goes on, and I do not exaggerate when I say that we have given up trying to use the supplies given us. We do not ask for expen- sive apparatus but we haven't even tha simplest partsl ought to be ufleast given a chance and that chance.the school board, hat? not given 'us. Should not they provide us., with these things at once? Yours truly, Student. Important Bill Passed the House J Last Night "Atl the mock parliament last night, Premier McLelland's government narrowly escaped defeat in the old age pensions bill which was passed after one of the keenest debates of the session, by one vote. The minis- ter of Finance, H. Bannerman, B. H. Van Spanckeren and the premier con- tinued the debate chiefly on the fi- nancial aspect of the question. Owing to the Illness of Hon. R. E. Davidson, the bill for Senate reform was not introduced but wil Icome up the next' session. A bill for the ex- tension of the term for the physical culture classes for two months longer ao as to. include April and May was passed subject to the approval of the class to-night. It is proposed to al- low new members to join for three months, commencing March 1st, at the initial fee of five dollars and to allow old members to continue the two extra months for an additional two 'dollars. 'At- the next session besides the bill for Senate reform. Hon. J. J. Kakin, minister of justice and de- 1 Most People can earn Money i I W- liut many fail to'place it where 'it is both safe and profitable ANCHOR YOUR SAVINGS .TO MOTHER EARTH North Ward Lots, 2 Blocks from School, each t down and a month. Get some wMIc they last i c, B. mm Km Fast Office Block Phone -H-I-M-H-H !-M 1 I Ml I i i I H I I I lit II HIM I M M I I I PAARDEBERG DAY Victoria, B. C., Feb. berg day was observed here by a lun- cheon given by the Canadian Club to South African veterans at the Em- press hotel. About sixtey members of the various Canadian contingents that wertt to the front were present including some who took part in the final struggle with Cronje, and in which forty per cent, of the local members of the first contingent were killed or wounded. -Speaker Eberta of the local House, and Lieut. Brace were the speakers of the occasion. fence, will introduce a bill providing ;or a raise of pay to the land forces .md the Opposition one to provide for government control of the liquor raffic. H-goyemiiicnt, which both the laws of. God aud man tell us i there can be no virtue, and conse- amounts in very many instances to j qucntly no happiness? Has it kt- rank idiocy. If they wish to "break -tempted to abate your admiration off a love they employ the ancl reverence for what is great and good, and to diminish in you the love of your country and your fel- low beings? Has it addressed itself Tn'fatuaUon, so often mistaken-by-; to yom. vanity, your selfishness, or very agent for its intunsest promo THE SAWCHUCK CASE To the Editor '.'Daily Herald" ttear of -the topic of local origin, that has been the sub- ject both of correspondence through the medium of the press, and con- versation of "the man in the struct." 1. refer to the systematic petty thieving that has come before young people for love, is a feeble-1 miy of youl. ovil propensities? our lncul court of law, and the no- -J rooted plant, that will die.of itself .jrtis jt defiled the imagination with in time, if only let alone. Parental. j wimt is loathsome, or choked the intcrfere-nce, of a dogmatic kind; will ;hcart -.v-ih %vhnt is monstrous? Has very probably drive its rootsttto a ;t thc scnsc of what is firm depth in the soil of nfTection. j right and wrong, which the creator It is unquestionably one of thc'has implanted in the human soul? If severest trials-between the beginning yOU are conscious of all or any "these if, having escap- of life to rear a child with great then, at manhood or ed from all, you have felt that such womanhood, behold the labor... worse wcre effects it was intended -to than lost, as it seems to the parents i produce, throw the book into the It seems bitterly' ungrateful. A ter-! fire whatever name it may bear on rible blindness seems to the title page! Throw it into the PROFESSIONAL CARDS W.S.GALBRAITH, M.D.C M. McGili Physician, Surgton Accoucher Office 914 Redpath St. 'Phone 53 9a.m.. 2-3. 7-8 p.m. TtiE Visiting Season Easton is ready to meet the waiitis of families arid tou- rists who need Trunks. Suit Cases, Club and 'Gladstone Bags for their holiday trips I carry full range at prices you don't object to, pay. ILLUSION pnll upon their child's mental moral mid spiritual vision. fire, young' man. -though it be the gift of a friend, young lady, awny Our attention has bc-cu drawn to with the ;set, should this topic by a number of social re- be the prominent furniture of a volitions, not pleasant to hear, and rosewood book case. There never which had their origin in parental was such a rage for boofcreading as opposition. Private marriages, arc at the present time. It is a common resorted to, scandalous arrangements dnhie habit, only one cannot be too entered upon, and often, what is careful in the selection of boolcs, still more sad and deplorable, the i Let. a young man nt twenty years lives of brnvr. ond high-hearted lov- of age put twenty dollars at inier- crs shattered for life. rst, ihsttnid of spending it for tobac- After the age of twenty-one, girls co. Then, at the beginning of the who have bean are next year, repeat it, and include al- quitc as apt to know what they dc- so the principal and interest of the sire in for a husband, as thoir preceding year, and 'thus continue to parents, and unreasonable opposition 1 do from year to ycnr until he shall is as foolish as it is unkind. When >have reached thc age of seventy; the the spirit of opposition leaps high in amount he would realize would ex- part-ntal hearts, it would be well to cecri thirty thousand dollars. How nsk these questions: Would marriage i many of our young readers will try be the worst thing that could hap- it? Bny tomorrow onrlj-. Goods are moving qnickly. 20 per cent sacrifice sale rliscoiint on Furniture, Carrct Squares. Linoleums, Curtains. Brass Bods and other lines, all grand now stock. Don't have regrets. advantage of the last day The Turpin Furniture Co. Redpath Street House furnishes tice of -the public incidentally, and. the ulltimate issue, viz, the very len- ient punishment awarded. Concern- ing the usefulnoss or otherwise of our police force, that is not to the point in this instance, and scarcely warrants discussion. .Or the actions of nny one individual on behalf of another guilty o? a breach of trust, time of actions included. We wel- come it, the world will be the poor- er should that element and its ex- pression cease to exist, for it is a saying element in humanity and but proves our affinity with forces strong er than justice. Still there remains the fact that punishment has a restraining influ- j once upon the public and a direct ethical value, operating as it dot's towards lawfulness, and con-; sequcntly justice (or we hope so) and! as a restraining influence it is of I moral value, measure for measure, for morality is restraint along ethi- cal lines, and the punishment of law-! lessness whether it be state, moral, j physical, or natural lawlessness is; thc measure of thc virtue of lawless-! ness. As a consequence the punish-; ment for the offence is neither favor- able 'to lawfulness, or as an example for the suppression of kindred vice, and demands stronger measures. Ci- vilization is built on justice and not forgiveness, and it is also the law operating in the natural world or dained by the great first cause. Sir, while so expressing myself, my sym- pathies are with those who suffer in- j directly through the wih'ulness of others. Yours, etc., Edwin J. Carpenter. I MILLINERY Our Spring stock is here. Our trimmer has returned We can show you the latest styles The CONNOISSEUR that knows the taste of good. beer, puts AI- Pride in favorable contrast to any of the im- ported beers on the mar- ket. It has fclie true flavor of the malt and hops that makes it a soother as well as an invigoratcr. For the home Lethbridge beer is a refreshing bevernge. LETHBRIDGE BREWING 4 HALTING COMPANY, LTD. DRS. McCLURE STEWART, Sur on Dentists. Office Hours: to 12 n.; I p.m. to 5p.m. HAMILTON YOUNG Engineers and Higinbotham Block, Lethbridge. yoa have thief to sell or rent place it ia this colnBi. if wilt Mythiif nsc this column. OIM 4 for SI U C.F.P.Conybeare, K.C., D.C.L., B. Morton Jones, B. C. L. CONYBEARE JONES Barristers, Solicitors, Etc. Office Conybeare Block. Lethbridge, 22-lyr. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. Office: Southard Block. Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property. B. C. MOORE Funeral Director and Ernbalmer to Presbyterian Church Office Phone 102. Residence 13G. In the Basement on C.A.COOKSLEY J Old Bank of Montreal Building- LETH BRIDGE ALTA. Carpet Beatiny Window Cleaning Co. Stove Pipes also Cleaned tad tetii Card IE Citbii! St. Three Chair Barber Shop w 'Electrical Massage. Newest Things in Private Post Cards Cigars and Tobaccos FOR SALE A "SOLO" VIOLIN, by pro- fessor for 16 years. Sale price Apply Rochou's Candy Kitchen. 63-6 FOR SALE OR TRADE NEW SIX-ROOMED HOUSE, good location. Small payment down, bal- ance easy. Aply Geo. Peacock, Leth- bridge. 5frO WANTED Good dining room girl at once for the Cowley Hotel, Cowley. 636 GENERAL SERVANT WANTED, GENERAL SERVANT. Apply Mrs. G. L. Vrooman, corner 01 Bompas and Bartlett Sts. WANTED WANTED IMMEDIATELY A waitress. Apply Windsor Hotel. GO-0 F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitney Block. 39-0 Mort. Priest, t Hear MUSIC MISS L. HOLLAND Pupil of Stratford Dawson, of Mont- real, wishes a limited number of stu- dents for Piano Study. i T.eschetizky (Paderewski's teacher) j method used. Terms moderate. 5i iAdress 810 Ford St. Phono 247. FOR SALE TWO LOTS on Crabb street facing oast, water and sewer, just south of Mr. Hoselton's residence, {400.00 ?ach. Apply Manager Hudson Bay Co. 67-4 TO LET STABLE for three or four horses, also room for hay, could be used for general storage. Hudson Bav Co. Apply Manager 67-1 SERVANT WANTED A GOOD GENERAL SERVANT .vantod at once. Apply to Mrs. J. W. Bawden, cor. Glyn and Courtland. 67-G HERALD ADS SULTS. 11E- SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS Watch! Wateh! Watch! Only u few more orders for coal rcquirwi to enable: me to make the for the magnificent Sewing Machine AMUSING D. KING To the Editor Daily Dear Chief Parry is to bo con he has amused Duvid Watch for the date to be announced shortly in this space And hurry up with your coal orders. Don't forget to drop stub in ballot bos nt Post Office HW9 A Successor to the Dixon M Transfer Co.. LetHbridg'e Phone 130 Box 27 4 v Kifijif! Would that ho could keep him amused so that, we might be tho nonsensical dribble that has ap- jpcarcd over his name in your recent issues. Yours faithlully, A. Birbcck Coltman Lethbridge, Feb. 2S, 1908. delivered to all parts of the city for ?o. 85 per ton. Cash must accompany order. DRAYING Of all kinds done on short notice. Ask for our prices be- fore leaving orders elsewhere IESTEII fUEHOUSt i TMISfH sppcsits BsLnsrc! Phwes: Office 63 Stables Coal mining rights of tne Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and British Colunroia, may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of an j acre. Not more than acres Tdll be K-aaed to one applicant. Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent oJ j the district in which the rights ap- plied for are situated. In surveyed territory the land must be described by sections, or le- gal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurveyed territory the tract npfwi- cd for shall be stated out. Each application must be accom- panied by P. fee of which will b< refunded i'( the rights applied for art not available but not otherwise. A j royalty shall be paid on the mer- jchantable output of the mine at the rate of five cents per ton. Every lessee of coal mining rights which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with sworn statement to that effect at leiwt once in each year The lease will include the coa mining rights only, but the lesce may {be permitted to purchase whatever FOR SALE THE VILLAGE OF I 1-2 acres of land, comprising Lots 1 and 2, Block 21, fenced, and good res- idence 30 x 30, painted and well fur- nished all through; stable for 8 head of horses; small workshop; vegetable pit full of vegetables; good chicken coop and bunch of good chickens; and stack of hay. Must be sold in thirty days. CASH No IncumberancM Call or M. Stirling, Alta. available surface righu mny be con Kiddle TENDERS SEALED TENDERS addressed to to the undersigned will be received mtil 12 o'clock noon Thursday, Mar. 5, for the erection of a frame public school building for Lethbridge. Plans and specifications may be seen at my office. Room 9, Whitney Block. The lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. F. B. ROLFSON, 66-6 Architect. sidered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary o( the Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Afent of Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY. Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. ;