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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO LETHBRIDGE, ALTA .FRIDAY JUNE II, Itttl, Duly Herald Printed by the Daily Herald Printing Co.. Ltd., every lawful evening at iU office. Bound St.. Lethbridge, Alberta. Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Di- and Editor. 14.10 2.00 1.00 .36 3.00 (.75 .86 Subscription RatM Daily, one year, delivered..... Daily, aix mouth, delivered, Dally, three delivered. Daily, one month, delivered Daily, one year, by mail Daily, six mouths, by mail Daily, three mouths, by mail "-Veekly Herald, one year 1.60 Addresses changed as often as de- sired; but both new and old address must be given. A POLITICAL CAMPAIGN Whitney of Ontario remark the day at- the witness box. provincial elections in Premier made a ter the that province, that election cam- paigns lasted too long. A cuuple of weeks only of warfare between the 'parties was preferrable to a six weeks' siege. ilr. Whitney's suggestion sounds good, but whether it is feasible or not is the question. Could ail the constituencies be covered in two weeks' time it would be better for the province and bettor for the peo- ple if the campaign was not allowed Side lights J HE WAS F1UOHTENEJ) OF D'AL- TON (Toronto Saturday Night.) Buck in the curly nineties in one of tho Ontario courts, there was an Ir- ishman before the court on a very so- :ious charge. Just before the trial started he confided the wholo story to the judge. The late D'Altqn Mc- Carthy wns for the prosecution, tin Irishman was ordered to enter the witness box and did so. Mr. McCar- thy arose from the extreme end of tho witness table, pulled his gown up ov er one shoulder and then over the other, coughed u couple of times in affectation of clearing his throat picked up a large sheet of law paper from the table and rustled it between his fingers us if in process of struigh eniug it out, with fine assumed grav ity, all the while proceeding towards The poor Irishman was getting more frightened every time the clock ticked over on the opposite wall. He had heard of Mr. McCarthy in cross- examination, but ill-fortune had ne- ver brought him into contact with the famous lawyer be-fore. Tho cli- cnnx came when Mr. McCarthy was yet six feet from the dock. The Irish- man turned to the judge us a refuge and said: "Judge, what 1 told you is the God's truth ami if 1 should tell Mr. to run any longer than that period, j McCarthy anything jjlse 'tis a The longer the campaign the more tie." bitter becomes the fight, and the less bitterness we have in politics the bet- ter for all of us. Most take their politics far more seriously than their religion. A man may differ with us on religion and we are not worried or annoyed to any extent by the criticisms he may oiler in our belief. Hut it is a different thing with politics. We get very arid u.ot tempered in political arguments. In fact so bit- ter docs the feeling become at times that life-long friends decline to speak to each other because of some paltry difference of opinion over po- litical questions. If a campaign two weeks in length would obliterate these features of po- liticaJ, warfare; every peace loving citizen would welcome its introduc- tion. Tho dignity of the court was com- pletely overborne. Even the judge laughed. Cardston Budget Curdston, June last Hoard f Trade meeting authorized tho uec- ssary expenditure to gather ui> and nx'pure n fine display of the products of this district at the C'ulgury fuir. The real estiUo firms of the town were uiso duly eoiuniissioiu'd to take churgo of the display en route and the exhibition grounds. To this end tho linus of the town held a mooting at Dr. utlice on Tuesday. Thero were present Mr. Van Brown of of the 1'illing itoalty Co., W. 0. Lee, Messrs. Strait on McLemmn, ami Gus Austin fur tho Winter Wheut- lauds Co., besides Mi. W. 11. Brown and Mr. L. 11. Jell ill for tho Board of A committee wtis ui'pointed to gather growing grains to bo placed in connection with the samples had the Tilling Realty Co. Three relays of each of tlu; rea- lty men won- also appointed to look after the exhibit. Messrs 0. D. Weeks and Van Brown will accom- pany ttiul look after the placing of i he exhibit. Messrs. Wallace, Strait- on and Uus Austin will be on hand during tho fore part of the time and Messrs. K. William Pilling and L. 11. Jellill will look after the closing clays of the fair and tho safe return of the exhibits. Messrs. E Barker ami W. C. Lee were appointed to look after print- ing badges for the occasion. TO BOARD OF TRADE CONVEN- TION AT THE HAT ilcssrs. R. II. Baird, D. E. Harris, Jr., and II. S. Beach were appointed Stetson! Hats Stiff and Soft I Just Received TO New Shapes Hie Bentley Co, ltd, and Retail feM U LETHHKE RANCH OWNER IN CHARGE Ztich T. Miller, one of the three brothers who, own and munago the THE TEACHER'S REWARD (From the Pathfinder.) A school teacher after spending for- ty-five strenuous moments explaining the mysteries of physiology i.o the primary class sounded their intelli- gent attention by askiug the defini- tion of "vertibrtie." A small and anxious boy on the back seat arose and delivered the following. "The vertibrac is a long, wavy bone. My head sits on one end of it and I sit on the other." BOWVILLE DR. REID CHARGED WITH GRAFT The case against Dr. Reid, Conser: vativo M.P. for Oreiiville, was com- menced in the Public Works Commit- tee on Wednesday. It appears from the testimony of the ship's carpenter employed in the government yards at Prescott, that Dr. Held had his yacht Dack hauled up on the ways and re- paired by three men at the govern- ment's expense, and that this was done by permission of J. F. Fraser, commissioner of lights. One of the men, the caulker, appears to have been paid, but there still remains a substantial, bill against Dr. Reid for expenses in connection with his boat. Dr. Reid has been very active in the Public Accounts Committee, try- ing to prove that another vessel was repaired at the Government docks be- longing to one Merwin. The evidence shows that Merwin paid all the ex- penses, but so far it does not appear that the people have been pafcl for the cost of repairing the Dack, the property of one of the Conservative critics, Dr. Reid also used the Gov- ernment ways to haul out another boat of his for which service nothing was paid to the government. Had such a thing been done by any- Liberal member of Parliament, the welkin would have rung with charges o! grafting, and another scandal would have been announced. As it Bowville, June the meeting held in Bowville hall to decide on a program for the Fourth of July Mr. John was elected speaker for the evening. It was decided to have n baseball game and other sports during the day to wind up with a ball in the evening. Mr. John Wall, J. B. Lukens and Ed. Renolds were appointed a committee of three to arrange a programme. Everybody is to bring their dinner. There will be a refreshment stand on the grounds. Sunday school was held on Sunday morning. A good crowd was present There was preaching in the evening by the Rev. Mr. Scragg. Monday morning Mr. John Renolds and Mr. Ben White took two wagon loads of flax to Lethbridge. Mr. Tommy Dolan and Mr. John Clark were Claresholm visitors this delegates to the Convention of West- ern Boards of Trade to be held at the Hat 18th to 21st at the last meeting of the Board. Messrs. Har- ris and Beach left yesterday for this purpose. BASEBALL The Leavil.t team paid us a visit on Tuesday and hart a friendly game with our The score will not represent the shows too many runs, but Curdston was an ea- sy victor. As Leavitt has beaten us twice at basket ball perhaps the team will not feel bad at the loss of this game. Conic again. N DRY FARMING LECTURE Sec. S. M. Woolf of the Fairs As- sociation was busy on Tuesday in getting all in readiness for the Tec- Lure by Prof. Campbell. It was sur- mised tnat at this particular seasoi there would be few farmers who would feel the droughth sufficiently U attend the meeting. The chief ques tion has how to.get rid of the surplus moisture. However there was a attend ance at the coming in from Mountain View, Leavitt, Wool ford, etc., to be present at this mi'Gt ing. I GET YOUR I SHOES I1 GERMAN'S! TROUBLE AT MIDLAND, ONT. Midland, Ont., June hun- red and fifty foreigners at work at le Grand Trunk Pacific elevator, on strike today demanding clay. Six of the inon were arrested or creating a disturbance and endea roring to prevent others from work- ng. Clubs and gu> pipe were used. Many men received beatings but only one was badly hurt. famous 101 Ranch of Bliss, Okla., iu personal charge of tho urenie per- formance of the show which will ap- pear in this city on July 2. No one is better equipped by nature and ex- perience to picture the life of range, ranch and round-up. lie is whole-hearted, broad-minded, clean-cut Westerner, the best type of he picturesque cowboy who is fast lisappearing. He represents the high est specimen of the western rancher is lie is today, the kind from which President Roosevelt, then a lieuteu- aut-colouel, drew the members of his 'Hough Rider" regiment when he went war with Spain. With the of them, Zach Miller can break bronchoes, whirl the lariat, boss a round-up t-amp or bring down a prowling prairie wolf. On ,the ranch he is "chief" of more than two hundred cowboys. The most skillful mid reckless among them are with the show that bears the 101 Ranch name. When the Millers 'organized the exhibition that is coming here, they filled its ranks from the abun- dant yield of their vast possessions. Indians, cowboys, cow-girls, horse wranglers, champions of the lasso, experts with gun and pistol, frontiers men, hunters, scouts, pioneers, trap- jers, "bucking" and spotted saddle lorses, ponies, steers, buffaloes and ill the other features of the spectac- ular nnd fast-receding western ranch were at hand. Mr. Miller is a conspicuous figure in the arcnic entertainment and will lead the forenoon street parade through the pr4ncipal streets. This pageant is unique among out-door spectacles. It resembles an old-time caravan crossing the interminable plains. More than a hundred Indians squaws, belles ant! papoos es, form a fantastic deoartment oF it. SNAP FOR. CASH ACRE LOT on Wallwork Addition. No reasonable of- fer refused. PROFESSIONAL CARDS MADAM NORMAN (Orchcfttral PianitU) Toachor of pianoforte, organ, HUU voicu production. Visits or receives pupils, prepara- tory or advanced. Coaching for examg. Howard HOUM, Crabb Strict. McQtil W.B.GALBRA1TH, M.O.C.M. Phyilcian, Office 914 Redpath 8t. 'Phone 9J 9 a.m., J-3. 7-8 p.m. The C. I. brain Fist Itfice Block Flue 211 DR8. McCLURE It STEWART, Sur- geon Dentists. Office Hours; 9a.m. to 12 u.; Ip.rn. to 5p.m. HAMILTON fc YOUNG rs and Room Block. C.F.P.Conybw., K.C., D.C.L., B. Morton Jones, B. C. L. CONYBEARE JONES Barristers, Solicitors, Etc. Office: Conybeare Block. Lethbridft, Alt.. Vancouver, B. C., June search for the murderer of Mrs. Mor- rison is still being baintained by the provincial police but there is now little hope that the fiend will be ap- prehended. FOR. SALE r fe i J -f I Alberta Realty Co lethbridge Alberta W. C. SIMMONS Advocatt, Barritter, Etc. Office: Southard Block. V R. G. ADDISON Successor To B. C. MOORE Funeral Director and to Presbyterian dmreh Office Phone 102. Residence 136. F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitney Block. Tuesday Mr. Armel Williams and Mr. F. M. White went to Lethbridge on .business. Mr. John Wall was in Lethbridge Sunday and Monday on business. Mrs. Peterson and daughter Ililma, tvere visitors at Mr. Armcl Williams' last Sunday. There will be an ice cream sociable held in the school north of Bowvillc on the 20th of July. EV- erybody welcome. Earl Oliver has gone to Elinor to go to school and will hoard with his is, the Conservative friends in the House of Dr. Reid seemed very an- xions to pur a different complexion on the aflair. Dr. Reid apparently lnS w'th her brother. Miss Martha Fitch is teaching school near Issacson's and is board- The old timers know that there ar seasons in our weather cycle ing just such information as prof Campbell can give relative to hus banding the moisture for the dr time. Mr. weed in-J spcctor, accompanied Mr. Campbell. Yesterday they were given a drive throughout the district and Mr. Thos H. Woolford, president of the local A. F. A., who finally landed them at Raley in time for the down train. PERSONALS Messrs. Jas. Parker, cattle manag- er for the Cochrane Ranch and Henry Downs were in from the round up yes terday. By advice to "W. Laurie tonight, from Mr. Conybeare it was learned that the trustee business was settled by Judge Scott's decision against the respondent Mr. S. Williams. The re lator was Mr. A- E. Austin. Thi; decision will likely result in another election of a. trustee upon the School Board. did not scruple to use the property of tho Government for his own pur- poses, but he would be the first to declaim against any other person guilty of the same offence. This is on a par with the timber scandals, when it developed that the most flagrant timber grabbers wore to IK: found among the Conservatives the investigation was promptly dropp cc3 and no more witnesses were ex- amined. OUR POINT OF VIEW It was the fat man's race at Chi- cago, right. The Roosevelt boom went up in the air. Toft is it, and there was no use 01 holding a convention at Chicago tn find that out. Speaking of Hilliard Cnrneigie, M P.P., for East Victoria as a possibl successor of lion. Nelson Monteith as I .Minister of Agriculture the Petcrboro i Review says, "Moreover he is straight and yet popular." Evidently it is remarkable for a man to be stra ght and popular at the same virne in OntoHo. The Bowviiyies were treated to a cone the other day. A couple were iding one horse, the girl intending to lope with him, but the horse thought different and to kill urn, not succeeding however, Mrs. M. J. Oliver is expecting her uncle from Big Rapids, Mich., in the1 near future. HERE NEXT WEEK Keel's Special Bargain Sale For this Week Only 2-PIECE SUITS, Double or Single Breasted, in dark grey shades, all Wool Special for this Week DYtNG OF THE PLAGUE Hong Kong, June boycott Japan is strongly maintained. The government has prohibited meet- ings at restaurants called to discuss the question of self government and similar subjects. A missionary ar- riving from the province of Hainan states that people are dying of plague tike ftles. The scourec is ahfttinp ir- Hong Kong. Nothing doing in ad. writing for nest two days. Too busy getting forward arrearn of picture framing and kindred work, but DON'T FORGET teat this week's EYE OPENER is specially good. We purchased specially and can yet supply you. TK ntlite HBMH 11 MUI.DOOX'S PICNIC IX OLlVEK HALL ON 3f4xDAY, JUNE 22 The Calgnry Albertan says: This' comedy is one of the brightest musi- cal successes of the season nnd is among the best that has so far found its way into this country. Conlan Carter are a company in themselves. Conlan is a comedian of rare ability, his witty sayings and catchy songs being the attraction of the evening. Tho songs introduced during the ac- tion of the comedy were ali very well rendered, "Honnic Jean" making the hit of the evening, being sung by A. Del mar and L. Palmer. During the song the chonis introduced the High- land Fling, which was rendered in a very acceptable manner. The other songs were also very well rendered bv both singers nnd chorus. Among the best are "Smarty" sung by the Miss cs Fields and Collins, and chorus, "Afraid to Come Home in the Dark" Harry Valois and chorus. "Mary is a Grand Old Name" by Miss Flora Par ker and chorus. The chonis is com- posed of bright clevar girls, appear- ing in magnificent costumes, who sing and dance with a dash and vim that is seldom known outside the large theatrical centres. CANVAS SHOES Ken's White Cams Shoes, raj. JLS tor Men's White Oxforte Brown Drtoris Boys' Otforis _ 2J U 1.50 1.25 1.00 Men's Slippers, Carpet or leather, pair 1.00 E. T. MCGREGOR REAL ESTATE BROKER Agent for Farm and City Property- Loans, insurance, Collections, Rent- als and Conveyancing. List your property with me. Call at P. O. Block or Address Box 387, Lethbridge, Alta. Thursday, July 2 AFTERNOON SHOW ONLY Miller Bros. 101 JAS. A. MACOONALO ARCHITECT Southard Block, Redpath Street Lethbridce, Alta. ALVIN RIPLEY ACCOUNTING, AUDITING, COL- LECTIONS and RENTALS Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Room 5 Whitney Block Lethbridge Lodge (39) A. F. A. M., G. R. A. Regular meeting night, the third ThursJuy of each month in the Masonic Hall, P. O. 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 U37. Canadian Order of Foresters Wild West Show STRAW HATS Men's Strn Boaters, rep., price II J for Manillas _ lei 3.00 Genuine Panns III 7.50 Money refunded if goods are not satisfactory Oliver Block Motto of Progress Brand Clothing: Climbing the ladder- always upward." The Greatest Outdoor Exhibition Travelling Cow Boys, Cow Girls, Indians, Mexicans, Cos- sacks, Cingle ROUGH RIDERS OF THE WORLD IN flATS OF HORSEMANSHIP Broncho Busting, Steer Ropeing, Piish Ball and Pony Polo Meets iu K. of P Hall last Thursday of month. Visiting Brethren. Welcome J. F. KOGERS, C.R. A. NEIDIG, F.S. IH Meets 1st and 3rd Mondays, m K. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. i r Visiting brethren are cordially invited. IS. G. DAVIES, W.P. 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S j Lojlge Pride of Alberta, No. 29o. SOBS of England Benefit Society in tlio Knigl.t.8 of Pjthin" Hail every firat nnd third Thursday in tlie month at 8 p.m. Visiting Urrthrun nlwtiyK come. Wnltcr Applfcbj, Fred T. Robins, W. I'rw.leiit. Box 57. FASTEST TIME Ixsthbridgc, June 17, 1908 you kindly allow me, through your to "What is fastest time mado by a horse in a Thanking you in anticipation. 00 Seconds. Snlvatnr rar. a straight mile in To be well dressed, does not mean expensively dressed. You can be well dressed in Progress Brand Clothing at a saving of from 20% to 30% compared with the cost of clothes of equal quality. This label guarantees it. THE CONNOISSEUR knows the taste of good, pure beer, puts Alberta's Pride in favor- able contrast to any of the imported beers on the market. It has the true flavor of the malt and hops that makes it a soother as well as an invigoratov. When you want a delicious and re- freshing beverage in your home order Lethbridge beer. LETHBRIDGE BREWING 4 MALTING COMPANY, Ltd LCTHBRiDGE NO. 36 C. B. P. O. E. Meets'on the second Tuesday of each month at 8.15 p.Tii. E. A. SHARMAN, M. E- R- Secretary. Lethhridge feest of Owh Lethbridge Nest o! Owls, No. 159. will the and Sold and Guaranteed by McKELVIE OX McGUIRE of meets third Wednesday each month in K. of P. Hall. G. V. STORKEY, Secretary C. ROSS President. Lodfe NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall evevy and and fourth Mondays in month. Employers requiring certificated eti- gineera, and engineer! out of employ- ment, would do well to commnnicmU with us. ROBERT NEVIN, Chfet W. A. DIOKSON, Secretary. 44-lyrd-n U. PRIEST, Junior Past Pree.' S3-0 WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION Meet in Methodist Church every third Friday in the month al 3.30 p. m. Visitors Always welcome. MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, Pres. MKS. CHAS. McCLENAGHAN, ;