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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHIRIOOI, ALTA.i MONDAY, JUNE i., ItM, Daily r L Side Printed by the Daily Herald Printing Co', -Ltd., every lawful evening at iu office, Bound St.. Letbbridge, alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Di- rector and Editor. It was the first vauuevnio aiice the old colored lady hail ever seen and she was particularly excited over the marvellous feats of the ma- gician. But when he covered u news- paper with a heavy flannel cloth and read the print through it, she grew a little nervous. He then doubled the cloth ami ugain read the letters curately. RatM Daily, oiie year, delivered...... 14.10 Daily, eii uionth, delivered, 2.00 Daily, three mouthy delivered.. LOO Daily, one month, delivered .Jfi Daily, one year, by mail 3.00 'place for Daily, Bix mouths, by mail Daily, three mouths, by mail .85 j Weekly Herald, one year L60 j changed as often as de- THLOV I'RAYUD RUNNING sired: but both iiew aud old address must be given. This was more thau she could stand id rising in her seat she suid; "I'm goiii' home. This ain't a lady iu a BOWVILLE The huiiJl From now on Will be car- ried from Lothbridgo via IS-trrluU jSt uilleg ill Jli'. 5 Miss L. Dora Oliver and Mrs. W. M. Berry are visiting Mr. John Wil- liams aud family. Earl returned from Augusta, Montana, where he has been attend- ing school. A picnic was held by the schoUrs of Plainfleld school in Little Monday. They met at Parks' iu tho forenoon and went from there. Sir. Ed Reynolds has f.nisaod bicak- ing for Mr. Carleson. lie broke 35 Fearman's AND Ham- thiii calko f acres. Mr. John Clark, the JJowvillc har- ness maker, is busy. Ho says business has been goud all spring. L. U. Cyr ami C'tirl -vci't CUT OUT SECTIONALISM nd Ethel were crossing 'field on their return from Sabbath! to ixethbridge Tuesday. School when they encountered a. bull, j Will Oliver was over to Ihe Hidge At ihe animal's approach they tied; hi.s brother last Sunday. in terror. Faster and faster they I Messrs. Jk-vjn and Lucky passed tzens of der u n is .run yet neuier mul nearer camu the j through on Tuesday. A bwu'fit WttS "l Some uf tho good North Ward are lahoiU'g ini apprehension. They claim tnut the city council is negkrling the interests 1 "We must pray." panted Harry. hall l-Vidiiy, May 22nd, in of "that section of the city mid are1 "You do Ethel pleaded. "We'lLfuvor of .Mrs. Anna Atneson of Sun- feel- kneel down right here." :dial. A large crowd was in uttend- "No, we'll pray running. You ance, among whom were Miss Easter, do H', you'n; u girl." j ut'd Isaacson "0 subbed. Mr. and Mrs. L. .Jolt, Ethel. "You do it." j en berg, Alfred Jlotile, BACON Just Received The Bentley Co. Ltd, Ntdesale and Retail FASHIONS LURE FOR SATAN'S USE Chicago Preacher Condemns Outland- ish Apparoi for Church Widow Polka Dot and High attempting to arouse sectional ing tigiiiiist the bylaws to be voted on next mouth, because none of- the money provided is for the North rWii itmmt from Elinor, Hudolph Ald- L. B. Cyr, Miss Mrs. Ottot, Nor-h Ward ratepavers should not' The proxmmy of the bull demand- j liilly Hipley, Lelaml kill the goose that lays thc golden immediate action, and Harry rose Houle. Miss Merriun egg. if they purposely vote t0 occasion. Loudly and fervent- Miss Notvm and Mr. ami Mrs. A. Ot- feat the bylaws merely because there prayed: The proceeds were nineteen is no provision for civic improve- "0 Lord, for what we arc about to; dollurs which Mrs. Atneson received receive make us truly week. Misses Olga Urandvold and llilma Peterson drove over to Sundial Mon- A middle-aged fanner accosted a: day, and, with Miss Engen went on the N" youth outside the (Irand to Mrs. Atneson's but Mrs. Atneson going to help their cause, rather they cess MuKozine. will injure it. Mayor Henderson and the council are iu sympathy with Ward and its needs. But they can- not make all the improvements re- quired in one year. The most im- portant work has to be undertaken first and the Herald is confident that if the ratepayers of the North Ward a moment can satisfy the council that sidewalks and road improvements are absolute- Iv necc-ssarv oa certain streets in that part of the city, the council will Everybody's Magazine provide for the work. The Xorth Ward must look at the situation from a broad minded point of view. They practically admit thut the improvements named in the by- Central Station in New York the oth i had left for Williams' ranch where er dav. I she is en i man." he said, "I want -Joe Merrian's two daughters from to C'entral Park." jKulispel, Mont., are visiting their fa- The youth seemed lost in consider- ther on the Little Bow. Sunday afternoon n large crowd ga GET YOUR SHOES AT GERMAN'S TABERTALK he said finally, "you may: thered over on Carl Peterson's place just this once. But 1 don't witness a game of baseball lyou ever, ever to ask me bet ween the cowboys and Bowvillites. There being no cowboys present the boys lined up among themselves and others Bowville. Those repre- senting the Cowboys won, the score the game the church to hear BILL GALLIIIER OUT (Collier's Weekly) All lovers of animated nature will .being After be sad to hear that William CJahiher, crowd all went to RELIANCE MINE TO START WORK WHOLESALE LIQUOR D. JONES RECOVERING Chicago, May widow hats? Polka-dot vei's? 'Hipless' skirts? High All the devil's contrivancoes, says Rev. W. A. Bartlett, pastor of the First Congregational Church. Here are some of Mr. Bartlett's views on fashion, with which he startled youthful .nu'inbors of the West Division Christion Endeavor Union at the Jackson Boulevard Christian Church. t "Do not let the world dictate to you clothes and hats you -slnill wear! I believe the devil us s the f.i.sliions to.make fools of as much through tlu-so things as in what we cull sins. "Why should a good-looking Christ- ion girl rig herself up with a hat the and shape of a platter stuck on j the back of her head, held on by a perforated mummy cloth, drawn tight across her nose and other features till her own mother would not know her from a bandaged patient waiting for the ambulance? ''She has a short skirt, which is well enough, but it reveals too often a number six foot crammed into a three shoe, with a two heel stuck in the middle, making a gait like of a boy who has fallen into the water with his clothes on and is making a desperate effort to walk as if be enjoyed it. "Then add to that the vigorous chewing of gum, which draws the more closely than and you have a spectacle to make angels weep especitlly those who have charge of the milinery department. "Why! in my judgment a girl would look far prettier in one of those old-fashioned bonnets which were sometimes made to look like the wire protectors that mother, used to put over pie to keep it from the Hies. "Let the men be funny with their FAINEB lANCWK 1KSUEE your Buildinga against Lost by Prairie Fires also your Cropi ag- ainit Damage by Hail CARDS HOUSE Alberta Realty Co Leihbridje Alberta WJ.GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. McOJII Phyticlan, Sorfaan Aceawchar Cfflce 314 Itedpath 04, 'Phoae U 9am.. M. 74 .B. ORf. MeCLURE STEWART, Bur- DeotiaU; law U> Ho.; Ip.a to ip.iB. HAMILTON YOUNG and Survtyan 4-Whltnay C.F.P.Canybaara, K.C..D.C.L., B. MvtM B. C. L CONYBEARE 4 JONU BarrJstera, Etc. Conybeare Block. Arto. Balance Easy Buys one of the fiuest homes of Lethbridge. 3 lots with the property. H.J.H.Skeith Room 1 Whitney Block laws are necessary and their only ob- jection to their adoption is the fact that the North Ward is not to bene- fit. What if the remainder of the city was to look upon improvements in i, i it- i i u ming when he's asleep, the ISorth hi the same s Sir Garnet Wolseley took the Canad-' V> ard people for Kootenay, is about to with Moss preach, 'draw from political life. Bill Golli- her, as lie is known from coast to 'coast, is all hot sand and ginger when he's awake, and mostly sham- i ens which they expect u> set out on UuVe the Taber, May Canada West clothes, if they want to. Coal Coke Co. are at present ex- woar cuffs on the bottom Let of them their Mr. Joe Wiliiams was in Lethbridge landing a large amount of money Wednesday mid Thursday getting! putting into good order the working some trees for himself and Mr. Luk-! Places underground and will soon When he and their place this summer. condition tnitie to in supply a sufficient trousers, turned up to reveal their spotted socks and big ankle bones. Let them wear a tin-plate bat, the size and shape of the one the Italian organ grinder's monkey, and Would not the Xorth consider the attitude selfish and nar- row In brief, the council's improvement policy had to include a certain sec- tion city could not be attended to. So that part of the city, where there is ian Voyageurs up the Nile to relieve Mr. .1. Tuesday uml with in Lethbridge quality of coal for the demand i attach their faces to crooked pipes Gordon, Bill had an adventure with of potatoes, the Pyramid "of Cheops. He stood on tho capstone of forty Centuries for two hours one afternoon and, hurline this year. livery part of the' b each Bedouin as he approached down the face of the monument, defied the the most trallic and consequently where properly graded streets and permanent walks are niost needed, xvas given the preference. Next year, other parts of the city be looked after and in a few years, if the pro- gressive policy of the present council, might of Kgypt to make a- penny- is continued, the entire city will j have walks and streets that will be creditable to Lethbridgc. bakshish out of him. It was not that (Bill Galliher was spends .his money that day he was playful, and, when a big man plays, something has to drop. In this cose it was the Arabs. The st.o- Iry of how ho went into politics is a tnc market ami the public. The electric murhines which and ram hands down pockets that i reach to the knees, _till they have an Mr. Joe Williams has finished break been recently add-.! are expected lu' attitude of one in great ing seventy acres of sod for Mr. Tom: be ready and in full swing for the "The Lord makes the male bird An offer has been j more gorgeous to make up to him for Uolau this week. cutting of coaL Prayer meeting was held hist Sat-1 made by the to all ,of character. He was to be the urday night at Mr. Haney's. The: the electric coal nit ling machine men prayer meeting not held Tues- i that if they find it possible to turn day evening on account of the out one hundred tons per day that OUR POINT OF VIEW If the obstruction continues at Ot- tawa an early election can be count- ed upon.. The Toronto Globe says the can-, sumption of liquor is on the down- he s tired of it. grude. Will the dear Globe tell us when it ever on any other grade. not a long oue. Bill rather thought he would like the Liberal nomination for the Kootenay, but so did Another Man. The other man was Bill's friend and Bill's size, and so they settled it in their own way without any hard feelings. You remember how Alexander cut the Gordian Knot Well, Bill, and his friend did much the same thing. They cut the cards for it. And now that he's got it, And the other man Sunday school was held last Sunday! "'ill be cut by the machine they morning. A big crowd was present. J be rewarded. Church was held in the evening. Kev. Mr. Moss preached the sermon as Owing to the slackness of tra'le at [present most of the fine block of hou- 5Ir. Scragg was absent. Mr. Moss'sos erected hv this coinimny ton- is an excellent shaker and delivcreil'antiess but it is that a good sermon to a large crowd. freight questionis regulated soon again ANOTHER GOOD MOVE Red Deer, June have been completed by the Public Works department of the Provincial: The water pipe's connecting this mine with the river, which were bacl- i ly leaking in places and other ca'oses searcher for worms and supply the larder, while the modest mother bird was the real head of the- home and broughl the birdlings out of tlie eggs she had laid. So the woman has the adornment of love, sympathy, kind ness and the beauty of she will. "A woman wants to look well. God implanted that desire and it is right but why should a sweet face be dis- torted by a jashion as heathen as that which prevented a proper supply of i m i i [water di-livercd are now in por government, Telephone branch, with L u- i n i i left onler. Tins work ua; the General Klectric Co., o: __ j carried out bv ihe Canndiun V'i, e t the Provincial y mv Avrnment exchange and phoii s in! expected -that! Tlu: the operation nnit-nt ex Red Deer, .'and it is of the Fiji, and a good figure by na ture bt- contorted into that of the ok: Ulack Crook? "Youth is the time of real pleasure, of enthusiasm, of sensitiveness and o formative life. It must not b; dis fitruix-d by to the soul or bins tn bodv." has passed in lus checks, and there isn't anybody for Bill to shuffle a deck with even if he wanted to. A good fellow, Bill f.'atlihrr. a thorough within a (lay or two. all the telephone of Red workim Coal Co. night iiiid dav next in and out district and lon piimu tin; wnter wh'urh sii-.-y TQ HAVE NOVEL FARM bred, the Spirit of ihe West in a tweed suit and soft hat. Along with other wise men he came from the The Calgary News has neglected to annouce that the Liberal candidate for tho Ontario Legislature in West Lambton Towers above his opponent, East-from Ontario, to be particular V_ J. I-Ianna. where he used to play lacrosse British Columbia, lv lion. Robt. JafTray objected to be- ing called a hireling by Tre'iiier ney of Ontario and resigned his po- sition as member of the Niagara Park commission. Mr. Whitney does not need to worry as there arc plen- ty of Ontario people willing to be called "hirelings." encouraged by play Ifc was great- thc tall pines nr.d distancf l-y tin: end run from the central offices'of the tlle Ww'k mvly l" slal'L tin- HOW IS THIS First-class lands near Lethbrulge for per acre. J. T. McKINNEY Room 1 'Whitney Block W. C. SIMMONS AJvocaU, BirriftUr, Etc. Southard Block. B.C. MOORE. Funeral Dirtctor and Embaimw to PresbyteriAJi Odureh Office Phone 103. Resideuoe 1M. F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Whitney R. G. AODISON Alta. FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMD EM- BALMER Office Phone; Phone tt JAS. A. MACOONALO ARCHITECT Southard Block, Rodpath Uthbridge Lodge (U.D.) A. F. A. M., G. R. A. Regular meeting night, the third Thursday of each monthr in the Masonic Hall, P. O. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will always receive a hearty welcome. G.V.STeRKEY, W. M. Secretary.. P. O. Box 53T7. Canadian Order Mr. McMillan about ceived their check in full payment for! the middle of the week, our Thousand Dollar Claim. We have) found through investigation and j p.rience that this Company is perfect-j E- T- McGREGOR I ly reliable and as such we can cheer- REAL ESTATE BROKER j fully recommend them to the public Agent for Farm and City for fair and squnre dealings in husi-i Loans, Insurance, Collections, Rent-j ness-like methods. j als and Conveyancing. List your! (Sgd.) j property with me. PTLUXG Call at P. O. Block or Address Box Per. R. W. Pilling. 387, Lethbridge, Alia, t Oliver's Hall JUNE In JJAT C. GOODWIN'S Great 4-act Comedy Drama IN MIZZOURI Doors Open at 8.30 OuUreiSOc ITS FOR YOU, THIN FOLKS! No disgrace to be slight in build, but .wouldn't Hke a little flesh on your bonrs? Get it quick if you drink Lcthbridge beer once in a while, but three times a day. Surer than medicine and twice as pleasant to is the universal I opinion of Alberta's Pride LETHBRIDGE BREWING t MALTING COMPANY, LTD. Come down town and have some ICE CREAM If you don't to so far just phone ROCHON'S and it will be delivered! in bulk or brick FOJ PURE ICE CREAM, Cool, Soft Drinks and TEMPTING MEALS go to Mterta tetairant Dliver Block Phone 228 WANTED Leth bridge public and the travelling public to know the Hub Cafe is as clean and up-to-date restaurant as there is in Alberta, and that strictly wliiiu ueljj is Charges moderate Specials Tonight Spring Chicken and Cream rW.262 Meets in K. of P. Hall last Thursday of month. Viaiting Brethren Welcome J. F. ROGERS, C.R. A. NEIDIG, F.S, Meets 1st .and 3rd on days ink. of P Hall; at 8 o'clock. Visiting arethren are cordially invited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P. 24-ly T.'.T. WHITE, Lethbridge Nest of Owls Leihbridge Neat oi Owls. No. 159. will meets the first and third Wednesday of each month iu K. of P. Hall. G. V. STORKEY. Secretary. C. ROSS TATE, President. M. PRIEST, Junior Pwl Prw. Lodge Pride, of Alberta, No. 293. Sen ef [RiluMaefit Meet in tin. of I'jUiU- Hail every firxt and thinl Thnrediiy in ibenoHth at S p.m. Visiting brethren Wnltw AppMhjr, T. W. rrcw.kiiL Box 67. LETHBRIDGE C. B. P. O. E. Meets on the second of each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. SH All WAN, M. PRIEST. E R. SecreUry. First-dass Cafe Sfctrt Drier letweta Heals CARROLL DOYLE STATIONARY ENQIHEtRS Meet in the Labor Hall and and fourth Mondays in month. Employers requiring certificated gineers, and oat of ment, would do well to COM with ROBERT NEVIN, Chtel W. A. DIOK80N, Secretary. WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION Meet in Methodist Weafey every third Friday in the mootk.jtt 330 p, m. Visitors alwayi weleomt. MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES. Prea. MRS. CHAS. McCLENAOHAN, fe0 Samtory. ;