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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETKSRI FRIDAY, JUNE 8, Drily L .9 Printed by the Daily Herald Priutiug Co., Ltd., every lawJEul evening at office, Bound St.. Lcthbridge, albtrta, Canada. W. A, BUCHANAN. Manning Di- rector and Editor. Subscription Ratsi _ ope year, delivered..... Dajlj, iix month, delivered, Daily, three mouths, delivered. Daily, one mouth, delivered Daily, ode year, by uiB.il 3.00 Daily, six mouths, by mail 1.75 2.00 1.00 In Smi'liio. the Conservative member for Fort Wil- liam, in I he Ontario Legislature, tho Toronto Suiurdtiy Night says: "It was in connection with tho sumo bill that Dr. Smellie had a till with Pre mier Whitney. The latter took sides ngaijist the Sunday car proposals, thereby rousing the Fort William member's ire. Therefore, when he received a preemptory message to come- at once to Premier Whitney's .35Jollice, he sent buck t.ho succinct mes- sage: "lell Mr. Whitney to go to Thi> Premier not, the man COUTtS NEWS Mrs. Ml-lnto-h, Into of tho oiUa.unt. luUi'-n charge of tho Sam iiou-1. 0. F. NoiTis. is moving his oxiK'i) ive stock of dry tc., into his ru'W (pmrU'rs. iirs. Chishuliu, who has bwn visit- ing ut Thos. ranch, has- ro- turilcd homo to Vancouver. Colonel Alackio of iln> Macku- was in town iusl woi-k, II. Temmnt. Custom's uil'io'i- is in on ImsiMi'ss. .Miss Mant I.1 is visit trig her k' Senator Li-a Mantle, at Hulti', Mon- tana. j gg I to brook such open Addresses changed as often as de- followers, and the two were "bad sired; but both new aud old address for nc.itrly a month. 1'eace must be given. __________ j was made, however, in time Lo Fnuu- Parlour, is to bu1 'found in Australia, concerning which this French journal says: (ijstncts Of Australia the horse 'j3 thod with leather instead of iron. fe0t receive better support. This novelty is only in regions vorable even if fair crops are to expected." Who is the mail who is so profound ly ignorant'or so blindly prejudiced as to write such a sentence as that? It is not known who is tho actual author of this slander but it lias ap- peared in a circular letter issued by none other than Cieo. llarcourt, dep- uty-minister of agriculture for the w-nore the ground is permanently co- provmce. of Alberta. This circular vered with grass or fine sand, in a announcing a series of lectures jike Australia, where stocks Prof. Campbell, the dry farming sometimes scarce and n horseman pert, has been spread broadcast with niav experience great difficulty at a its libel on Southern Alberta. 'critical moment in finding a horse The Herald, as the organ of the shoe, such an innovation is a useful southern part oi the province, has novelty. With extra shoes whose had occasion before to complain of weight is u trifle, shoes, too, that the unfair treatment accorded this'can be fitted without trouble, it is part of the province by the provincial practicable to travel without fear of department of agriculture. We have the horse losing its shoe and being made allowance for mistakes, and injured. Though tho leather shoe is accepted explanations previously, but' more expensive than the iron shoe, for the head of a department iu al- the higher price is repaid by the su- lowing such a statement to go forth iperior advantages, authoritatively from his otlice over) quarters the horses were his signature, we can moke no allow- 'never shod with iron. Probably ance or accept any explanations. A shoes, like drivers, will be supplied man has no business to Jje at the before long, thus avoiding the dis- head of a department if he does not (agreeable experience ot a horse's hoof know what every school boy fourteen wearing too rapidly. It is not im- yeors of age in the province knows, j possible the innovation will soon ex He has visited Southern Alberta, and j tend to evory cu'mtry where the has seen "the production of large ;ture of the soil permits it to b yields in the southern part of the'used." province" where he doubtless came expecting to see "even fair crops'" if the season were "most favorable." There are farmers by hundreds in Southern Alberta who never heard of Prof. Campbell or his system, men who farm by common sense, who raise crops year after year, whether seasons are "most favorable" or not, jLcthbriclge, being engaged for the sea that yield the paun to no other part j lhe baseball club to play with of Western Canada. We wouki notilhem- discredit Prof. Campbell or his ilr- A- Williams tcmr but Southern Alberta does not depend upon his system, the irriga- tion system or anything else but the The Progress Brand Label, in Suits and Overcoats GUAR- ANTEES that the garments will wear longer, have more style, and keep their shape better, than other clothing-costing from to MORE. Look for the that protects. label To Adjust TroubU Bttwecn C. and Mechanics Winnipeg, Man., -June Georg F. Gait representing the Can- adian Pacific Railway company, the conciliation board, formed to adjust the existing difficulties between the company and the mechanical unions resumed its sittings yesterday after- noon. The fiction of the railway in adopting Mr. Gait as representative shows that it has acceded to the de- cision of the board Uiat its jurisdic- tion will extend over the eastern as well as the western lines, so that this phase of discussion, which took up so much time at the preliminary I meetings is finally settled. The board which settled down to yesterday was composed of P. A. MacJonald, chairman, .lames Somerville arbitrat- or, for the mechanical department of the 0. P. R. and G. F. Gait appoint- ed by the minister of Labor in the interests of the C. P. R. company, that company having neglected to make a nomination. Some fifteen or sixteen men were present in the in- terests of the mechanics, the repre- sentatives appointed being B. nines H. McVetty and T. Marshall, rant Hall, who has charge of the of company's case, ot being present, was communicated ith in his office near the C. P. R. ation by telephone and the board watted his arrival. On entering the oom Mr. Hall was asked if he was >repared to support the changes of ites of payment, by the company. He itimated that he was and produced complete file of the schedules of 10 rates as they existed before the Ganges were made and afterwards a opy of the rates as proposed. Bell lardy pointed out that the tile did include the carmen of the western ines or the Federated Labor Unions. FARMEBS ana RANCHIiKS INSURE your Buildings against Loss by Fires also your. Crops ug- aiust Damage by Hail C.B. Bowman Agency P.O. Flue 200 PROFESSIONAL CA1DS W.S.CALSflAiTM, W.O.C.M. Phytician, Surfton Office 914 Redpath Bt. 'Phooe-ftl 9a.m., 8-3. 74 p.m. DRS. McCLURE t STEWART, Bur geon Den lists. Office 9 a.m. to 12 n.; 1 p.m. to 5p.m. Sold and Guaranteed by McRELVIE McGUIRR BOWVILLE NEWS Howviiie. June W. White was in Lfithljrirlffo on Tuesday on busi- ness. Mr. Carl C. Peterson is slaying in has employed a cook for the summer and fall. Sunday school was not held last Sunday morning on account of the ON BOUNDARY COMMISSION Washington, D. C., June H. Tittman, the .superintendent of the coast geographic survey, was ippoiutud as expert cnmmi.ssinnor of he United States-Canadian boundary commission. natural conditions that come every year, to make it the most profitable rain but there was preaching in the evening by the Rev. Mr. Scragg has returned from Tfigh Uivcr where llarcourt, as deputy- he hiis bcen attending the Methodist read the re- mcctinS- He will only be grain-raising part of Canada. Perhaps Mr. minister of agriculture ports of the awards at the provincial j eeed fair last fall, when practically every prize came to the southern part of the province. Perhaps in his official capacity he knows that in .1900, the grain from the south swept the boards of the provincial seed fair at Edmonton. Perhaps in his official preparation of the provincial crop re- ports, which he has the happy facul- AFTER THE AUTOS Chatham, Ont., Juno Cou ty CounciJ of Kent y( atcrday posse a resolution to pi-titioa the logisl ture to prohibit automobiles fro running on rural rends on Saturda and Sundays. HAMILTON YOU NO tnd. Room Block. 12 1 1 i Alberta Realty Co Lethbridge Alberta K.C., U.C.L., B. Morton B. C. L- CONYBEARE JONES Barristers, Solicitors. Etc. Otfice: Conybeare Block. Ltthbridce, W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. Office: Southard Block. R. G. AODISON Successor To B. C. MOORE Funeral Director and Embalmar to Preabyterian CXrjrch Office Phoo'e 102. Residence 196. Balance Easy Buys one of the fioest homes of Lethbridge. 3 lots with the property. ty 01 bulling up most perfectly, he knows that no 'other similar area in Alberta or Western Canada shows the high here a short time more and....... some one else will lie sent to Us place. Prayer meeting was held last Sat- urdny evening at Mr. Moss' but on {account of the rainy weather there were very few in attendance. Mr. Dollar Hide, of Rowville, rcceiv cd quite o serious kick lust Monday morning, n. stallion kicking him Ue is able to be the forehead, nnd around. Miss Ella .Brandvoid is going average vield that work in in the near 'ture. to fu- Southern Alberta does. There Sho vvns in town last Tuesday lots of things he as the practi- j lookinS "fter the position, accompan- cal head of the department ought to icrl hy Mr Lynn Bnrns- know, that it is his business to Mr- Kd Ix-'thbridge know, but that he does not know Wednesday on business. he believes what wrote in that] sentence. And the Herald would not say that he wrote what he knew to be untrue. Mr. llarcourt may believe that his Harry Hrtnfty has 113 laCr'S of whont statement, may npply to some of Southern Alberta at least, but he hns no reason to believe even that. Similar statements were made a year ago of the Dakotas, of the Por- tage plains, of the Regina country and until a few years ago of the Lcthbridge aml Cards; on districts. Today these places are veritable gra- naries and there is no reason to be- lieve any area of Southern Alberta to be semi-arid. That ;s the ranch- er's yarn uttered in his own interest and the deputy-minis tor of a depart- ment has no to accept any such story without proving it, especially when ail the facts point the other This continued official stupidity ana ignorance is exasperating and will not bo tolerated without the] most strenuous objection from tho people of this slnnrioml unfairly treated district. against loss by hail. That is what all of tho farmers should do now, before the hail storms begin. For further infor- mation see H. White. S.E. 19- KIDS! Begin to yell for castoria at 6 p.m. When they get exhausted I yell for early closing. 1 The Rain Falls on All Alike But only the privileged few can obtain the protec- tion of one. of the few Ladies" Rain Coats we have left over from this season's stock. And remember, they are not old styles, neither are regular prices inflated to make reductions appear is a practice foreign to our as the season is advancing, rather than carry over dead stock we pre- fer reinvesting the money in new goods and therefore make the following special offers for FRIDAY and SATURDAY-: Regular for u 6.75 7.00 8.50 13.50 u 5.00 5.30 6.65 10.50 There are also a few Ladies1 and Children's SHORT COATS, strictly now anil tip to the second. Ladies' in blacks, fawns, black and white checks, etc., and Children's in Reds, Navy's, and light Tweed effects Ladies' Reg. for a 8.50 9.50 11.00 5.50 6.50 8.50 I OUR POINT OF VIEW King is right. It is a disgrace that the government should allow opium to be made in Canada. bnn should bo put on the business as fast as an order can be telegraph- ed from Ottawa to Vancouver. They have a new of bribing in Ontario. Two Conservatives are run- ning in Grenville and Hon. Col. Ma- theson says if O. Howard Ferguson, is elected, he will look to be taken into the Cabinet, Children's Reg. for 5.00 3.75 5.75 6.00 435 450 CARDINAL LOGUE VISITS CONEY Proves Himself Good Shot By Making Six Builseyes out of Ten New York, June Logue, Primate of all Ireland, was a dis- tinguished visitor at Coney Island while here. Afer dining at Luna Park the pre- late started out to see the sights. News of the cardinal's presence had sproacl and an immense crowd throng- ed about him. Undismayed, lie smiled blandly at the scene, nodded right and left, in friendly, democratic fash- ion. To the amazement oi his clerical friends the cardinal, catching sight of a shooting gallery, .remarked: "I you don't mind gentlemen, I'll a shot or two. Many's the rabbi I've hit on the run in tho old days.' Followed by Monsignor Hayes anc Father Lavelle, both obviously un easy at the unexpected sportivenes of their distinguished charge, th Cardinal strode quickly to the shoot ing gallery and picked up a rifle. It did not suit and he tried another To the amazement of all beholder he threw open the breach and ex amined the magazine mcchanisr with the eye of an expert. "This one is all he e> claimed, and in another minute 1 was blazing away at the sinalle bull's eye in the range. Ten shots he fired in quick suc- cession and six of his bullets found the mark. "Fine remarked one of the Cardinal's friends, while the watching crowd raised a cheer. "Yes, pretty calmly respond- ed His Eminence, "but I'm sadly out of practice to miss four shots." Then disregarding suggestions from the nervous clerics that it was time to be starting home, Cardinal I.oguc took in the side shows. He saw "The Shipwreck" and thought it fine, and then visited the mimic fight between the Monitor and the Mcrrimac with keen relish. The "Man Hunt" also pleased him immensely and again he declared that Ireland could never be truly happj without a Luna Park. Meanwhile enthusiasm had scize< upon the members of his party, and Chancellor Hayes, and Father Lavelle boldly entered the Dragon's Gorge; the Cardinal balked at ihat. "Go ahead, said he, "and my blessing go with you; but I'll wait outside." And he did- BLACK SPRING VALLEY H.J.H.Skeith Room 1 Whitney Block WARNING ON RUSSIAN BOOZE St. Petersburg, June Dum which has had undo imsidoration the drink question ha cported in favor of replacing the in pcrial eagle on the labi-ls of vodk )ottles by the skull and crossbonc appropriate overindulgence. wornings again F. B. ROLFSQN ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitney JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, Redpath Lethbridgt, Alta. ALVIN RiPLEY ACCOUNTING, AUDITING, COL- LECTIONS and RENTALS Fire, Life and Accident Room 5 Whitney Block Lethbridge Lodge (U.D.) A. F. A. MM G. R. A. Regular meeting night, the third Thursday of each month in the Masonic Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will always receive a hearty welcome. A.C.MESSER, G.V.STORKEY, W. M. Secretary, P. O. Box 537. Canadian Order ot Foresters Best Meals m the City The New Management are determined" to make Ihe Alberta Restaurant the best in the city Our Short Orders arc ser- ved promptly at any hour Ice Cream and Fresh Fruit always on Jiand Oliver Block Phoned Meets in K. of P. Hall last Thursday of mouth. Visiting Brethren Welcome J. F. ROGERS, C.R. A. NEIDIG, F.S. Meets and 3rd M o n d ays in K. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P. 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S Lethbridge Nest of Owls Lethbridge Neat ot Owls, No. 159. will meets the first and third Wednesday of each month in K. of P. Hall. G. V. STORKEY, Secretary. C. ROSS TATE, President. M. PRIEST, Junior Paat J. BROWN CO. LTD. Lodge Pride, of Alberta, No. 293. Sou of tylaif Intfit Sodetf Mitt in the of Bail cvury firxt nnd third Thursday in the wontL nt 8 p.m. Visiting Imrthrun wlways we! Walter Apptclij, Fred T. Rolling, Sit. W. TmsiJent. Bfii 57. Olj FIXTURES, SHADES, TELEPHONES, MOTORS, Etc. McKenzie Roy ELECTRICIANS Repairs Promptly Attended to Phone 204 Night 229 Black Spring Valley, June more talk about dry weather, .June came in with n rainy day. We Rlml to sec Clarence Degrofi back nsrain. Mrs. .Smith has finished working at John and returned to Bow- vijlc Saturday afti-moon. She will keep house for Mr. Arrnot Williams. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. K. Adams went to Cnlgary on Monday to xMs.it Mr. Ad- ams' people nnd attend his sister's wedding. There will be a meeting at Bowville on Friday evening. June to de- cide on a -tth of Juiy celebration. Charley Burns will finish breaking at home today and will break for John Williams on the Little .The winter wheat on Tiobt. Burns' farm stands SO inches high. We LCTHBRIDGE '.OLKjt WO. M C. B. P. O. E. Meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 6.15 p.m. A DELICIOUS SPRING DRINK nestles cle.inly and safely in every bottle of ginger ale, sarsaparilla, le-j other aids to digestion, blood purification and general health we prepare for our fellow citizens. What, costs us so much tiinr- and trouble need cost you call for and deliver orders. MALTING COMPANY, Ltd E. A. SHARMAN, E- R. M. PRIEST. Secretary. T. MCGREGOR BROKER Agent for Farm and City Lo'ans, Insurance, Collections, Rent- think Iilack Spring Valley about as Conveyancing. List your pood a farming country ns finy. Lerm Burns nnd Wm. Pitts will take in the racear fit Lcthbridge, property with me. Call at P. O. Block or Address Box 3C7, Lethbridfe, Aita. STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall every and and fourth Mondays in UM month. Employers requiring certificated gineers, and out of employ- ment, would do well to coramunkafa with as. ROBERT NEVIN, Chfel W. A. DIOK30N, Secretary. WOMEN'S CM mill TEMPERANCE UNION Mcot in Methodist Wesley Church every third Friday in the month at 3.30 p. m. Visitors always welcome. MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, Prei. MRS. OHAS. McCLENAGKAN, ;