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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO LETHBRIDGE, SATURDAY, JUNE 20, IICI Patty Herald r Printed by the Daily Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at ttouud St.. Lethbridge, Alberta, W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Di- rector and Editor. Subscription Daily, one year, delivered Daily, sii mouth, delivered, Daily, three mouths, delivered. Daily, one month, delivered Daily, one year, by mail Daily, six months, by mail Daily thiee mouths, by wail Herald, oue year Addresses changed aa often as de- sired; but both new and old address oiust be given. 2.00 1.00 .36 3.00 1.76 .85 1.50 I ne raic Oi (fitniidard of KmmroJ fate of St. Ih'lona ought TABER TALK Tabor, June Klhcl. funeral serv- Liuiristt'i of Mr. ami move- ami j Airs, iicorge C'lHm-h y.-'sU'i'dav at U.fU) p.m. even a member o{ Liu' ilu: "Perish the Colonies" School. We took this "barren island" in the East Atlantic and made it an outpost of Empire. We crowned its bleak heights with mighty guns, aiul gave it a gar risen of British soldiers to guard the noucleus of a naval base. We used it us a prison far the most famous captive that the world has known. We allowed it to be understood that we attached a permanent importance to the possession of the place; and so we attracted tattlers who provided for the wants of our soldiers and sailors. They city culled high towering of the Hev. U. A li'.rire of friends were A NEW OFFICIAL The Alberta Government has cre- ated the otlice of provincial live stock commissioner and appointed to the new position W. F. Stevens, secretary of tho Alberta Farmers' Association, and one of the foremost farmers of the province. Mr. Stevens has taken a live and intelligent interest in stock built the quaint littK Jamestown, where the rooks are split by a narrow cMt that iL-oe.s down to tho sea. They ptrt their all into the island, confident of the continuity of British policy, and now we have taken away the prop of our support thd li-ft them to ruin. la deiiantv of expert naval and mil itary opinion, we have given up St. Helena as an outpost of Empire. The raising, for many years. One of the lirst geiitleineu to congratulate him un his appointment was Mr. Frank Whitebides, president of the Central i Alberta Stook Growers' Association, which shows that the new oiiidal has the confidence and good opinion of th.' stock men of the province. At the cattle breeders' convention in Calgary recently, Mr. Stevens made some observations that go to prove he lias tlie right idea in regard lo de velopment of the cattle business, lu the course of au address there he said: "A market is the iirst requisite of anv industry. In proportion as that garrison has gone, the guns lie rusting in crumbling forts, the coal wharves empty, We and the islanders are star- may leave the question of whether the abandonment of St. Hel- ena as a militory post is wise or un for future discussion, but we market is profitable or unprofitable, other things being equal, the live stock business will flourish or it will fade; wi'.hout a profitable outlet for j our cattle, sheep and hogs, exhibi- tions, fairs and lectures will have about as stimulating an effect upon the live stock industry as has a peck of grain placed before au animal suflerinc from indigestion." ought to relieve the situation of the islanders at once. The St. Helena Committee, under its energetic chair man, the Hon. M. H. Hicks Ueach, M. P.. lias done much in that direc- tion. in collecting and distribut ing funds and in pressing for Govern- ment action. We are glad to lake this uportunity for drawing attention to the work of the committee, and reminding readers that subscriptions towards its funds will be very grate- fully received by the Hon. Treasurer, Ir.'j. C. Melliss, 264, Graham House. Old Broad- street, London. E. C. USING THE FRANK J. E. Armstrong, member for East Lambton, in the House of Commons at Ottawa tried to raise a hubbub the other day by charging that campaign literature for the Liberal party was being franked by Liberal M. P.s. Ht objected to the literature of any par ticular party being distributee throughout the country at the ex peruse of all classes of the people. Now that sounds very good, but wil Mr. Armstrong explain why he did not offer some criticism to the Hon George E. Foster, M. P. for Nortl Toronto, franking letters containing appeals to the electors of Toronto to support the Whitney Government in the recent campaign. If it is wrong in one case it wrong in the other. Mr. Armstrong may also explain how it is that Conservative literature has been sent right into the Leth bridge district with the frank of Con- servative M. P.s upon the Mr. Armstrong seems to be a very con- sistent follower of the Conservative policy of inconsistency. in attend- ance and followed the remains to the cemetery where the fituil rites were observed, By request Miss Barker j sang ".Saved by tirace." The departed was at the time of her death H> years, -i mouths, nnd 7 days old. For three mouths was a patient sullerer of u tuberculosis disease. She was mi exemplary young lady in.every respect, and won the love and udmirution of all who knew her. Mrs. I. .1. Purker of Sterling is this week visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Johnston. TLv spacious residence of Mrs. t'. McC'allam is near completion. Messrs. Hudson ami McAVhinn-y, Tu- ber's up to dale contractors and builders have the xvork in hand. Peter Ilmisen, one of our townsmen had once upon a time decided to .shake of! from his boots the Cana- dian soil ami make bis future home in the land of oranges, but he, like many others, has changed his miiul and declares that Tnbcr is the finest spot on earth for him. John Elder has just finished break- ing for J. J. Walton on his home- stead. Mr. Elder is loud in bis praise for his forty horse-power gasoline en- gine, lie leaves today for Couldaie where he has accepted a large con- tract of plowing. Wright, up to date watchma- ker and jeweler, late from Prince Al- bert, is now installed in his new store, which is fitted up with all the necessary conveniences seldom seen in older towns. Corporal Mason is patrolling the Beliy River as far as CJrassy Lake for the purpose of locating bridge tiin liers that tlouted down during the re- cent flood. Stetson Hats Stiff and Soft Just Received i TO New Shapes The Hartley Co. ltd, UtitsaSe and fletail PtJBK U LETHBIttE THE SOCIAL REALM Miss Dora Rogers the charm-1 iiitf youiijf hostess of u yountf people's evening in honor of Mr. "Hob" Rog- ers, ,lr., of Winnipeg. Everyone enjoyed themselves, us the young liostess' home is an ideal place for a Miss Dora received in a pretty pale blue frock. Tho guests were: Miss Arnold, Miss Meimcs Miss McJk'Ui, Sliss Nicolls, liss Ilillis, Miss Anderson, Miss v'roomaii, Miss Power Miss Vilson, Miss llcrkinshaw Miss llardis, Miss Agnes Hurdle, S'allaco; Messrs. Rogers (Winnipeg) Thomas, Proud, Pritcban framuer, Shaw, Pow- Sdiimnuuski, S tames McXally, Biinium, and McLellau. BEES HATCH CHICKENS GET YOUR SHOES AT GERMAN'S Fleming, Ives, Tn Ashburner, Sel Saturday evening of last week clain ed Mrs. Kirkhiun as hostess of a ver enjoyable bridge. Two tables wer arranged, Mrs. McNicoll winning th pretty prize. The players were: Mrs S tames, Mrs. McNicoll, Mrs. T. H Martin Mrs. Chivers, Mis Cotter, Mrs. Vrooman, Miss Dull. Miss Dixie Wilson's bright youn visitor Miss licrkinshaw of Calgary, left for her home on Wednesday after noon. Mr. T. 13. Martiji of Frank is a vis- sitor at Mrs. McNicolI's. SNAP FOR CASH ACRE LOT on Wallwork Addition. No reasonable of- fer refused. 1 The C, B, Bowman Ipcj Post Office lluk FteZII PROFESSIONAL CARDS MADAM NORMAN (Orchestra! Pianisto) Pi' ftf minvifor'.? and pi'ouiiuon, Visits or receives pupils, prepara- ry or advanced. Coaching for exams. Howard House, Crabb Street. t .S.GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. Physician, Surgeon 914 ttedpath St. Thoue S3 9 a.in-., 2-S. 7-8 p.m. Mrs. McNeil 1 of Macleod is spending the week end with Mrs. McN'icoll. IlinoU Farmer Says Experiment Will Turn Out Successfully Chicago. Juno P. Johnson, a Vermilli-in Grove, ill., former, is at- tempting to make u hive o! honey hatch a brood of little chickens, and he asserts that he will be able to announce the success pf his plan. Charles Evans moth fifty-acre eraged 31 feet in height. Charley. has cut his nmm- rop of rye. It av- (loocl for A RANCHER WEDS (Medicine Hat News.) Tuesday morning at half pastj- o'clock a quirt wedding took place at St. John's Presbyterian On eight AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY church when the marriage was cele- brated of Miss Catherine Armstrong, daughter of Mr. K. G. Armstrong, of Markham, Out., and sister of Messrs. Peter, William and George Armstrong ranchers, of the Cypress Hills, and Johnson recently concerted the idea that the temperature which will hatch bt-e. eggs is of sufficient warmth to convert hens' eggs into fluffy little chickens. With the purpose of either proving or discrediting his theory be removed the top of a bee and placed a layer of carpet on top of the honeycomb. On the carpet he placed a setting of eggs. TViis was two weeks ago. John son made an examination of the eggs. He declares that the eggs show signs of hatching, and that apparently the bees have done thfir work as well or an incubator could have done. The bee chickens are expect ed to "come off" either next Satur day or Sunday. BEATS SOUTHERN ALBERTA CROPS Caldwell, N. J., June boys wore born to Mrs. Abram Gotofsky of Troy Hills, N, J., on Wednesday. All of them are in good health. The com- bined weight of the quadruplets is sixteen pounds and four ounces. Mrs. Gotofsky, who is S2 years old, mother of thirty children, four- teen of whom are living. She was born near Warsaw, Poland, aud came to this country in 1891. Her maiden 1 name was Lena Czobrosky. The %fes- sel which brought her across the ocean brought also her husband. They had lived near each other in Poland, but never met until on the steamer. BAPTISTS AT CALGARY FAIR Prize to Be Offered for Horse Shoeing List Revised There was a special meeting' of tho Lethbridge District Agricultural So- ciety last night. Among those present were 1'resident 0. Hutton, Secretary Burnett, Mes- srs. E. Adams, D. .J. II. Harvey, E. J. Cook. E. llemelryk, II. Puwson, The rules and regulations as well s the prize list were read over and evised. It was decided to have a lan there with a supply of hav or sale to exhibitors and race men Banners will be allowed to bring heir own hay if they wish. Bedding id water will be furnished free. II. llarvcy ottered a prize of 0 for the best shod heavy-draft horse. The horse will not be judged, only the shoeing, the prize to go to the horseshoer. The secretary of the Innisiail Ag- ricultural Society wrote asking that Mr. Fred G. Mclaughlin, of Alvc-s, borough, England, young Hills rancher. FOR. SALE DRS. McCLURE it STEWART, 8ur- eon Dentists. Office Hours: 9a.m. to 2n.; 1p.m. to 6p.m. HAMILTON YOUNG Eng'neert and Room Block. C.F.P.Conybcart, K.C., D.C.L., B. Mortan Jonei, B. C. L CONYBEARE JONES Barristers, Solicitors, Etc. tHucc: Conybeare Block. Lethbridge, Alt.. Alberta Realty Co Lethbridge Alberta W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. Office: Southard Block. R. G. AODISON Successor To B. C. MOORE Funeral Director and to Presbyterian Ofiurch Office'Phone 102. Residence 138. OUR POINT OF VIEW The day before yesterday. Congress- man Sherman was little known out side iiis own state, New York. Today Sheriiiiiii is a household word in the United States through his candidacy for the vice presidency. Sburman was the name worn by many a prominent man of the past in the United States. Taft may have been nominated through the influence of Roosevelt but if he gets to Washington he will be pretty certain to boss the show himself. The Baptists are arranging to mak it as comfortable as possible for thei friends during the Dominion Fair a Calgary. They will have a good rest ttnt on the grounds where friends ma leave their wraps in safety and wher they cin find a seat and reading ma ter. There will be a large supply literature for free distribution. "Re C. C. McLaurin. superintendent missions for Alberta will be then meet friends from the country and all distant points, and render any hc'p in his power. Dr. J. L. Campbell, of Boston. Mass., has been endued to deliver a scries of addresses on pruc- tical Christianity each night in the First Baptist Church, beginning Sun day, July 5th. Special music is being secured for the occasion. This will afford the public an opportunity of the Society take action in getting up a petition to present to the Minister of Agriculture of Canada at. the Do- minion Fair, asking him to encourage the chilled beef industry. It was de- cided to take the matter up and cir- culate the petition as widely as pos- sible. The Field Grain competition was discussed and will be carried on ag- ain this year. Numerous parties wanted engage- ments and privileges of all sorts, all exceedingly sensational. They were all referred to the sports committee. JUST WHAT I WANTED is what greet.-? every pound of the delicious Chocolates, Caramels, Cream Xuts, carried away from OUR PUREST CONFECTIONERY counters. For satisfaction, for health, for genuine approval of the sweetest on earth at attractive prices also. Rochon's Candy Kitchen and Ice Cream Parlor I have a modern picture framing outfit and a stock of mouldings. W. W. Handford THE PHOTOGRAPHER A Good Thing 20 Sections near Tabor at an acre. S2 balance in 8 years at G per cent. J. T. McKINNEY -Room 1 Whitney Block F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitney Block. JAS. A. MACDOttALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, Redpath Street Lethbridge, Aita. 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 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.M15SSEK, G.V.STORKEY, W. M. Secretary, P. 0. Box Chester Buckborough has been com- mitted lor trial at Tilsonburp, on a charge of setting (ire to the Queen's hotel which resulted in the death o! three persons. Canadian Order ot Foresters t-M-H-H-H-l-iM I i 11 i I I I H-t-H Hi i 11II ill 11 11 i It listening to a noted speaker, who has Tabcr, June S. Bowclcn, our congenial and up-to-date merch- ant, has concluded that l-5th pitch shingle roof over his store is not the best procurable, especially when a heavy down-pour of rain, accompan- ied with brisk winds, such as we have recently witnessed sets in. By his orders all the shingles and tar-paper have been removed and urc rapidly being by galvanized sheets of iron under the immediate direction of R. S. Shiells, the tinner. An exciting nnd what might have been a fatal runaway accident occurr- ed Monday about (i p.m. A team of I horses belonging to -1. Tinman of j this place were tied to hiiehir-s poet in front of his residence. A I small boy of three years i Mr. James Pierson, Jr., wcs IciX In the wagon alone. It is prcsurrsd took the whip and hit the fractious team which caused them to plungo forward, breaking the hitching strap. They ran for over two miles at break neck speed. Mr. Pierson, knowing that his lit.t.Io son was in the wagon met the approaching team and Iiccd- Icss of his own safety, sprang at the horses' heads and brought them to a halt. His little son, save for a se- vere jolting, was none the worse. conducted a Monday noon meeting in Boston all winter. FLOODS held back July Magazines current U.S. t MILK RIVER NEWS Milk' River, June }Tnc- kie hns been in town for a few