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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta PAQI TWO 'JtLTA MONDAY, JUNI II, III! Dtfly Herald Printed by the Daily Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every, lawful evening at ite office, Bound St.. Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Oi- and Editor. Subscription Rataa Daily, one year, delivered Daily, iii month, delivered, 2.00 Daily, three delivered.. I. Daily, one month, delivered Daily, one year, by mail 1.00 Dally, six by mail 1.75 Daily, three by mail e> nwuit developments. 13ut the Ottawa this improvement on Nature provide Opposition and its chain- in place of the seeds which can It is deftly be shot between the finger and What is to become of poe- were sensible enough to withhold try, U-> say nothing of repartee, if pions are not built thnt way. true that one or two of the inion until the evidence lui'l we are to be reduced to a tliornless heard. The great body of them. lu> A spineless cactus should be ever, rushed in and unstintedly tvii- J no more tolerated than a hairless cat. domncd the Government and the- Why seek an odorless onion? It is Transcontinental Commission ivi'to be no more desired than cabbnge- stateiuents, which' ess corn beef or a hainleas sand- mere- newspaper Ilodgins himself now declares to have been false. Out of this humiliating position tbe hasty journalists are now trying to (ind a way of escape. The fact of the matter is that there never was a public work pro- secuted in Canada under such favor- able conditions for clean and genuine results. In other public works the people's interest is watched by the Government engineers. They have to depend on the fidelity of one sot of engineers. On the Transcontinental their interests are guarded hy two sets of engineers. If the Government engineer takes the contractors' view the engineers of the Grand Trunk Pa- cific may object and there is provi- sion for the submission of the1 differ- ence of opinion to an arbitration wich. AT REST The white rosette of crape on the door of the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thibideau, Sunday afternoon, conveyed the sad .message that death had entered the house and claimed little Cluru. The little one had been a patient sufferer for many weeks and while the end was expected, yet it came as a shock to all who knew her and as each little playmate heard the sad news they would whisper it to another. They sympathized, deeply in childish way with the par- ents and relatives of one whom they all loved dearly. The little child was unable to explain her suflering SPECIAL TWAIN TO CALGARY, JULY FOURTH leave Le'.hhridge between 9.00 and midnight Friday, July 3rd and arrive in Calvary in the morning of the Fourth (in timo for break fust) und returning, will leave Calgivry af- ter the Fire Works the night of tho Fourth and arrive in Lelhbridgo ear- ly I he oi" the Fifth. The fare for the round trip Js Sl.liO If enough of those who intend to go will arrange for sleeping car berths the first of the week, ar- rangements can probably be made to have a sleeper at Inched to the train going and returning, for which there would of course be some additional charge. The Dominion government has erously turned over that day of -the Great Dominion Exhibition 10 the Americans of Alberta (peopic from'l tho United to celebrate pro- perly their noliomil holiday, ami tliu association known as the Aiuerinm Association of Alberta has undertak- en to make the arrangements i'ur a. rip-roaring and glorious day ior all Americans and others who may de- sire to take in the exhibition on Ju- ly Fourth. As stated in the advi.T- tising matter goUeu out, there will be bands galore from all over the Province of Alberta to take purr, jn u Baud Contest for which the Assiria tion has offered a prue, there will bo fire-works of a high or- der set ofT under the: direction of :v competent man from the factory in New York, there will be Americans, Canadians, and foreigners from all over the Dominion of Canada taking in the exhibition on that day, and these things coupled with the attractions of the exhibition most interesting and enjoyable day for every mtui, woman, or child goes up with this special train from Lethbridge. To get the assurance of this service, it is necessary for the Asso MMMMMMMMMMi COLLARS M pflfR SIZES i New Shapes received by express today ADVICE TO BRYAN Thoitm Lawton, Financier, to Say to the N braskan Hat Tte CO. ad fctsi lETIIIIKt GET YOUR SHOES I GERMAN'S AT lioston. June at the failure of the Republican national convention to follow his full page dis- play advertised udvice and nominate Roosevelt, Thomas W. Lawson today! guaranteed to raise to ii- lance the Democratic campaign, but with this trifling condition: Johnson mist got the nomination and Bryan must be content to take second place. This offer was made in a letter to Mr. Bryan today, in which Mr. Law- son said: "The sum total of Roosevelt's work was but to put the people in better condition for the same old seats at the galley oars." Mr. Lawson speaks of "professional feeders at the public crib" with an insolence which would cause the Roman Claudius to turn in Iii.i giavo, and refers to the super- ior scheming of President Roosevelt whom the people have lifted to a dic- tatorship so supreme that he has just chosen his successor the will of the people. He says that "owing a peculiar combination of condi- !ons and after a thorough canvas o; :ie entire country it will be impos ible in my opinion for you to be lected. If you accept in the spiri f a self-sacrificing patriot the nom nation for vice-president this one ct of yours will wipe out the insul >ut upon the people last Thursday ind will bring about a revival of hope n the breasts of the people." 200 passengers, which means ;liH.t it they do not those who have nljligm- ed themselves will have to make the deficiency good, but there is no rivi- son why Leihbridge should not siiud that nuiny or more alone, and us the south towns, Stirling, Raymond. grath, Cardston, Warner, etc., figure on sending good crowds the iti'iu-u- tio.ns arc that that number m ..y be doubled if the weather is at all tie- board consisting- of the chief engineer as she hud to undergo a severe oper- of the Commission, the chief engineer auon and it is hoped by all she was cent. The train service the Calgary Herald: Jack Fidler, broth er of Alf, and an old timer of twenty five yours standing, is in the city for elation to guarantee "to '.he railroad a VWmp a_visit to his base company that they will ._. ___ charge of tbe iron work on the great new bridge at LLM Kb ridge. He has just returned from a big job in Mon- tana. He p.nd Sir Thomas Shnugh nessy, second vice-president Whyte, J. S- Dennis, and all the prominent officials nf the C.P.R. ar friends of long standing. "Jack" i one of the best machine men in th Liberals. If he can elect n Liberal or two in thnt city he should oc gi- ven a knighthood. It is a caution the way tho Repub- licans fought ngainst each up to me time ot tnr> .mo then united to face tv.c enemy. Lord that taketh, blessed be the Lord who gave." Mr. and Mrs. Thibidcau havp the sincere sympathy of a large circle of friends. We shall meet, Rut miss her. There will be one vacant chair." A Tricnd. tending to go will only make th( fact known to th6 Committee Mon day or Tuesday and arrange for tick but unless they do this ther is a possibility that they will hav to call it off. SPECIAL TRAIN TO CALGARY, NTGI-IT OF JULY 3rd. Fare for Round Trip, Arrange for tickets at Weber Bros, office, Ott Block, Monday or Tuesday if possible. :Y0u well have the BEST Cream We sell HAZEL WOOD'S Nuffsaid Test its reputation Chow Sam McKclvie McGuirc's Old-Stand favored with instructions from Mrs. B. C. Moore, will remove from 1241 Bompas St. to their Mart 410 Round St. and sell by auction on TUMMY, JUNE H, at 2J p.m. a quantity of Household Furniture including extending dining table, G oak dining chairs, bureaus and stands, carpet squares, sets dinner dishes, parlor suite (5 piece) in solid walnut, solid walnut wardrobe, pair handsome vases, set of 3 ditto wash- stands, walnut sideboard, oak ball stand and a large quantity of kitch- en sundries. On View at Mart Monday June 29th WADDINGTON AND GIBBON AUCTIONEERS TELEPHONE 261 O.C.L., B. Morten Jones, D. C. L CONY8EARE JONES Barristers, Solicitors, Etc. Office: Conybeare Block. Lethbridjje, Alt.. 22-lyr LOTS 5 2 5 5 S u S v m Alberta Realty Co Lethbridge Alberta C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. Office.- Southard Block. R. G. ADDISON Successor To B. C. MOORE Funeral Director and EmbaJmer Office-Neil to Presbyterian Office Phone 102. Resideuce F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitney 39-0 SHERIFF ILER OF ESSEX ILL Windsor, Out. June Her of Essex is ill and is about to resign. Me has made a compact with Mayor Lewis Wigle, of Leamington, that if the latter is appointed he will give Her monthly and at his death yearly to Mrs. Her during her lifetime. Toronto, June H. Beaton, barrister, .has been .appointed organ- izer for federal purposes for the Lib- erals of Toronto. JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, Redpath Street Alta. ALVIN RIPLEY ACCOUNTING, AUDITING, COL- LECTIONS and RENTALS Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Room 5 Whitney Block i HAT SPEAK Wonderful Invention of a Couple of Frenchmen Paris, June Fireworks which not only please the eye, but are also capable of reproducing a patriotic spoech, wore the subject of a special communication read today before French Sciences. The inventors o{ the vocal fireworks are Georges and Ginetave Loudet, who have been working on the system for three years. By the arrangement of able to produce both vowels and con- sonants. A railroad cartridge of their design will bo able, to cry and a special rocket for July will shout "Vive la Repnblique." 'Goods Free' i "Goods at cost for years to make room for NEW jporxlri" fare statements not compatible with payment of ront, taxes and cost of liv- ing ;r. this burg, not to of attompk-d "pro- hibition" on newspapers, etc. after certain hours. You, my Lethbridge pub- lic know that hitherto I have depended on the law and the profits for thro? squares per day. Come and see whether or not T earn them. Also GO and find free goods and goods cost" if vou can. yet TRFCTK NO BARS IN C. P. R. STATIONS Company Withdraws Application For License at Moose Jaw Regina, June Canadian Pacific Railway Co. went, definitely out of tbe liquor selling business when they withdrew tbe application for a bar license from beforn the commissioners. The C. P. R. has run a bar in connection with the hotel at Mooso Jaw for some years past, but last year it was shut up sudden- ly. The president of the railway, Sir Thomas G. Shaughnossy happened along in his private car (it Moose Jaw one day. He noticed a bar license sign and a bar in the station build- ing doing business. He ordered it shut up right then. The hotel man protested that the license did not run out for some months, bxit Sir Thom- as said be didn't care a continental, and- tbe bar was closed. The commis- sioners had application for renewal before them, but this was withdrawn before any action was taken thereon. The company does not propose to have bars in its hotels at stations berc- aftor. WANTED The Lethbridge public and the travelling public to know tho Hub Cafe is as clean and up-to-date restaurant as there is in Alberta, and that strictly white help is employed. Charges moderate Strawberries iri Cnai nis ram WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION Meet in Methodist Wesley "Church every third Friday in tbe month at 330 p. m. Visitors always welcome. MRS. A. tf. HUMPHRIES, Pres MRS. CHAS. McGLENAGHAN. 88-0 Secretary. Lethbridge Lodge (39) A. F. A. M., G. R. A. Kegular :meeting night, the third Thursday of each mouth, in the Masonic'Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 Visiting brethren will always receive a hearty A.C.MESSER, G.V.STCEKEY, W- M- Secretary, P. 0. Box STANDING OF LEAGUE Tho standing of the ball league to the south of us is as follows: Won Lost To piny Raymond Cords ton L. M. JOHNSTONE Birmtcr and Stlkitor Office adjoining Union Bank, Lethhridffe. B-lyr -H-H-HH-H-frH-i i I M 11 i I I U lit 111 i i i 11 i i COPYRIGHT LOOK AT THE LABEL and bo sure you drinfc only those beverages bottled by the Lehtbridge Brewing rfnd Co., Ltd. This name on a battle is ft gilt edge guar- antee that tho contents arc absolutely pure and in every respect, and that they are the finest and best car- bonated offerer! for sale. LETBBRIOGEBREWING 4 MALTING COMPANY, Ltd GARY SAFES We invite you to call and look over our goods during the time yon are in Cnlgnry enjoying the Dominion Exhibition. We will be represented there showing a com- plete line of Fireproof Safes Vault Doors Jewelers' Safes --------etc.-------- and will be pleased to go into the matter whether yon are desirous of purchasing at present or not. Onr representatives in the booth will be Mr. J. A Young and W. E. Featberstone, will gladly furnish you with catalogs, prices, etc., on anything in our line that you may require. Offices and Wwerooms 35 Kini Street Wett, Mcr Ave., Meets 1st and iJrd M o u d aya 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 LeMibridge Neat oi Owls, No. 159. will meets the first and third Wednesday of each month in K. of G. V; STORKEY, Secietaary. C. ROSS TATE, President. M. PRIEST, Junior Past Canadian Order of Foresters iitttmnii Nr262 Meets iii K. of P last Thursday of month. Visiting Brethren Welcome J. F, ROGERS, O.K. A. NEIDIG, F.S. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. Sou of [Rglanl Benefit Socieij Meet KmgUN of Tytliin evrry firnt nml lliinl in the month nt 8 p.m. Visiticg In-tliren Mways wel come. Walter Krfil T. Kolnna, .'wit. 57. W. LuTHBRIOGE '.OUut, WO. 14 C. B, P. O. E. Meets on the second Tuesday oi each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. SHARMAN, M. PRIEST, E- R- Secretary. -Lethbridgt Lodge NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall evevy see- and and fcnrth Mondays in month. Employers retiring certificated en- gineers, and out of employ- ment, would do well to communicate with us. ROBERT KEVIN, Chiel W. A. DIOKSON, Secretary. M-lyrd-w ;