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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALBERT A, TUESDAY MARCH 110 Daily HeroM Printed by the Daily Herald Printing Ltd., every lawful evening at ita office, Round St., Lethbridge, Alberta, Canadt. W. A. BUCHANAN, Manning Di- rector and Editor. 14.00 2.00 1.00 .35 3.00 1.75 Dally, one year, delivered...... Daily, lix month, delivered, three delivered., Daily one month, delivered Daily, one year, by mail Daily, aix months, by mail Daily, three months, by mail pasi j'Gaf. much money. "J shall now give the names of everal prominent Alberta farmers who are interested in hograising and who.have been obliged to drop it: K. Stevens, Clover iJar; Sydney Otto- well. Clover liar (why lost over in three Mr. Crossor, Cut Bank; Mr. Juan, Sturgeon; and James Hower of R.vL Deer. "Others in tin? part of Alberta who used to raise from 75 to JOO hogs yearly, but who have had to drop out of the industry because of the prevailing poor prices and unsettled conditions, are: Messrs. Wilkinson, Simons, Stevens, Keith, Fraser, Jack- son, J. Daly, Andrews, Hanlon, Boag, OF THE SABBATH SERMONS IN LOCAL CHURCHES ON SUNDAY BY OF LORD'S DAY SECRETARY ALLIANCE. Uaily, vmCC UlUIIl.ua, UJ iJian noutiuj, i. Weekly Herald, one I and Hremner. .85 j Radway, Irwin, Walker, Atkinson "These men have actually had to retire from an industry that should of them had invested quite heavily Addresses changed as often as Ge- aired; but both new and old address ravwt be given. Subscribers will please remit with i be progressive and prontable. Soim order which should be given for a gpeeifie'l term. Remit by Express Order, P.O. Order, ond Bank Money Orders may be sent direct or through any newsdealer. Address commun- ications to THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD, Lethbridge, Alberta, Ca- Rev, W. M. Uochesier, western reiury of the Lord's Duy Alliance, WHS in tho city on Saturday of the Lord's Day Alliance, was in the city on Sunday and delivered two sermons in the interests of thc Al- liaiKv. In the morning he occupied the pulpit in Koox Church ami preached in Wesley Churcli in the ev- ening. He also addressed the Sun- S; 0. -JUDGES-CRITICIZED For Ramarkt About the Natal Lively Discutsion In Legislature. Victoria, Feb. of the- live- liest scenes on record in the House followed the reading of the decision of Judt'O Clement on the Natal Act, saying that it was a hopeless appeal, and a mistake to have attempted to enforce it, and that the appeal sug- gested a doubt where no doubt exist- ed, and particularly on a matter that was apt to inflame the Japs. Judge Clement added that as parliament had constitutionally expressed the will oi the Canadian people upon the matter, the Natiu act smacks strongly of di; loyalty. Justice Irving had said there was no hurry, as only a few politi- schools of both churches in the} chins wore interested. Tin: House discussed both state- ments. The premier and the attor- afternoon. In his sermon.-- Mr. {Rochester lieuk Received Today 300 Pairs Union Made Overalls For Men and Boys 50c to Pair Best Values Going in it, too. The one reim-dy supgesk-d j with the preservation of the Sabbath by the farmers is that there should be j as an institution and tho work of a provincial pork packing plant, in government would be ask- ney jreneral declared it was highly which th ed to {rive in erecting it. "The government should be ccun- tiie Allinno manner. mproper for the judged to impute in u logical business like j >uch motives to members of the legis- lature. The attorney-general declared Judge Irving's remark was a rellcct- In the ovi'iiiijfr the remarks imscd on the wordy "Keep the Sab- ionon the whole House, which had Day to .sanctify it us the Lord, I inanimously passed the act. After -earring to a number oi complaints igain.n the judges, Attorney-General Bo'.vf.'r aded that it was his duty to >roteci the judiciary, but the actions mended for placing in the mates to conduct an investigation in- thy Cod has i-omimimlccl thee." The to the beef and pork industries in speaker drew attention to the word- the province. This he did not thinking of ule text. "Keep" means that f sufficient, as u eompMo invc-stiga- rt-e must not let. the Sabbath, as an j tion would necessitate si-nding institution, go. must not let the j The Bentiey Co, Ltd, f kslftile lid ietiii fen ii inililiGE If our friends who fuvor us with man- uscript for publication wish to have rejected urt.iclee returned they must io all cases send -stumps tor thai purpose. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers who fail to receive tlie Daily Herald will please notify the business office, by phone or other- wise, at the earliest possible mo- of incut, so that prompt delivery may i be ensured contract adver-1 provinct' af lo must perpetuate and exalt the i in the Daily Herald] copy entire nu-at products of the Sablmth. To keep it and hold it we ll1 his Judge Clement exceed- should be sent in not later than 6 j but to act as a of balance to appreciate it. i o'clock p. m. of the evening before publication. Transient display ad- the pork industry this year he may j htMisivo :iim is to yive liirht. to show ''JC-nch understands that the k-gisla- 9-Roomed Fully Modern Houses suitable for roomers. Close in II000 cash, balance very easy Alberta Realty Co The Co. one outside of the province of Alb.r- tjmo ctmu> whoa it shall not have a ta to tlie largest pork-packing rn Gmnda and the fanner? were not askinp tho of Alberta to handle th soiiu- of the judges v.-a.s making the j catering for parties, dances or social arse exceedingly diflicut. Judges i i. .t .1 place. should tfive it justice, use it proper- j Jy, uiui honor it. The passage says j -riuutious "Sunetifv" inplies that we i '-boukl confine themselves to their duties, and not offer es, remarks of a political vertisements will be received up to 10 a. in. of the day of pub- and want advertisement? up to 2.00 p. m. ADVERTISING RATES Want cent, a cord each insertion. No advertise- ment for less than -25c. Six con- ror their products. insertions for price of four, j ,....._, Initial letters, abbreviations, "c" marks, each figure and d his- duties when he atributed such create a feeling of strength and make j The Alliance is not clubbing people! to tno elected representa- a farmer feel that if ho invests in being good. its ivcs of the people, ami the sooner the hensivp nun is to give light, to show the people the value of thc Sabbath. When this is done people will keep! the greater respect the not be driven out oi it the next year. They want for the pork industry ju-t ;uro is of a higher authority than the what the government, in its? cr'.'nm-, it eries, is doing; for dairying to get a fair price and pnnd rorde count as full words. When replies arc to be forwarded send lOc. extra to cover postage. vil lhave for- them and their judg- {i ncnts. The Socialists went further, and iroposed a resolution to be introduc- On this board of inquiry UK- form-i on ils mvn mcrilB. Jf ai >d tomorrow condemning the tend- ers say there should UNO farmers j fow would restrict beyond I nc-v of the Judiciary to use their po- In referring to certain criticisms of ihe Alliance the- speaker asked that the institution of the Sabbath out of three and one business in our jiitlgiuent they, should. then to give these the fullest chance j this not lls to ffivc up at as early a date as possible io con-! lhc Sabhuth and lose its value. If! icai of influence in an attempt to bolster up the fortunes of any poli- snd investigation, to examino oentH every insertion. Contract DUplay Advertisements- Rate card at "Daily Herald" Of- fice. Locak into the whole industry, to report to the government, and then they hope to get their pork packing plant, hav- -10 cenU per count line; whcre it should be built count Vo regular advertisers. and to conduct it. If this is Subject to advertise-j done promptly conditions in this iu- ments subject to approval of man-1 dustry will promjniy themselves afcmeot of "Daily Herald. _ in Alberta. lit has merits, keep it. if not let it A lively clash followed, the Leberals tders declaring that the whole -cene. was a concocted farce between I rney-general and the Socialist 'is a deliberate the latter. Although request DAILY HERALD NEWS AND OF- FICE O. D. AUSTIN, City Editor. JOHN Canvasser, Col- ..lector and Assistant Business Man-] OUR POINT OF VIEW The Calgary Herald is incorrigible. It actually claims that the Calgary' .lie government of France had enacted that church and the f' state should he separate, it at onceM for the national well-being puts into force a Sunday law. In this regard j f a bv the Speaker to withdraw tho one mun wns quoted as saying f i .u T r -iinrw. he refused until the Libera should we feed the brains and souls leader would withdraw his. of men into smelter stacks. Thc Sunday law is written in us, j and in Nature, just us is the law gatherings comnlete line of Fruit and Confec- tionery Phone 211 Columbia Restaurant Open Day and Night FRESH OYSTERS Candies, Cigars, Japanese Goods. Meal Tickets 15 per Next door to Coaldale Hotel Our Spring Goods Have Just Cleaning and Pressing Promptly Attended To A. Mutton Phone 265 When you require your gardens ulouphed, your yards' cleaned up, cellars chip, or any other teaming lone.. SEE US. or phone 201. or 'rop a post card in the order will receive our prompt atten- cion. must be paid for >n delivery. Residence and stable of the barracks. WM. TAYLOll, Let'ibridge M18S GRIMM, Accountant. DEPARTMENT. Job Department is the feett equipped in Southern Alberta. All....... j birds won most of the best prizes tit j the Lethbridge Poultry show. Such I'lamentable ignorance and unmitigat- ed gall on the part of the Calgary old-time newspaper is really pitiable. of gravitation. is the author of both. j Man suffers if he fights against ei-' ther law. This was illustrated by a. j competition between two parties. In travelling for six weeks, one party GARTWRIGHT FOR GOVERNOR flay Succed Sir W. M. Clark as Lieu- tenant Governor of Ontario Toronto, March report [Ottawa that Sir Richard Cartwright, Toronto, March Trea- jsurer Mathewson'delivers the budget this afternoon. It is understood that he will announce a surplus of 000. MILLINERY.: Our Spring stock is here. Our trimmer has returned We con show you all the styles C. A. COOKSLEY Old Bank of Montreal Building LETHBRIDGE ALTA. L. M. JCHNSTONE Barrister and. Solicitor Office adjoining Union Bnnk rested every Sunday; thc other did i Dominion minister of trade and corn- etl equippea m aouinern Aioeria. ".not. party who rested on Sun- ,11 clawea oi work handled expe- j The Calgary birds took four or five j day got to four davs i Clark as Heute11 competition, one of tho olber. Wc scem to bc tariov is regardc Jordan, Manager of the Job Depart- ment. PORK PACKING PLANT In the budget debate at Edmonton Frank A. Walker, the member for Victoria made one of the beat and j which was of considerable import- ance and the rest were won against little or no opposition. As it was, one large exhibitor from Calgary never j took a prize of any sort. Even if all were won against strong classes it was a small winning. Jt seems hard for the Herald to realize that Calgary The party who' rested on Sun- j mcrcc' succec'd Sir Mortimer lieutenant-governor of On- d here as probable. constituted that do morn in six davs than seven. we can Il was lhat Sir Richard 1 haa lon? lhe aml Sir To disbelieve this i? to shut our hmbition 1S wcl! j-s? to thc facts of life. "The Sab- 'wrfs made for man. How shall ho use rt? Jt is the unanimous judgment that the horse should cat: "A RUN-AWAY MATCH" Tt has always been a very notice- live speeches. He- took up j as an agricultural centre is outclass- j ple wnnt to ira of particular interest to ed in branch that stonling good enough do the- same, igh for a man? moat effective some matters of particular farmers and among other things advo-1 crcilit from other or cated a government packing plant: i f-vin? what litllc credil to them What he had to say will be accepted! wil1 "CVPr mflke tnoir dainis nf afri- by those persons who have investigat-] cultural greatness more than a joke. Thc the mcastire of man" ed this important question. His re-1 rest and play on Sunday. Many peo.j faa lhiU plays which pl.ovoke Is this I if he; laughter rather than tears have en- joyed the greatest, success. As a does not rank higher than the horse, j Umgh thc famous comedy u i "A Runaway .Match" ranks among must be iiic-dsured by my soul fol-l The impression seems to be abroad in England that Sir Henry Campbell marks on this subject were as lows: "Last but not least, in my Bannerman will soon retire from the is the item for S5.000 for an investiga- premiership. At first it would appear tion to be made into tlie meat indus- tlial Hour." H. Asquith would bi- try of the province. In this successor but from what'a part tion I wish to speak particularly con-1 lllf; English press says ho is not cerning pork. We have all heard cannot the discord- old saying about trade conditions be- i ant elements. He is admitted to ing regulated by a matter o! supply itlie b'-st aml strongest man. Among and demand. The fanners I know do and file Winston Churchill the very greatest successes. Mr. C. Goodwin, America's foremost co- The greatest thing in the world is median, for years delighted thou- man and the greatest thing in of theatre-goers If the Sabbath wa.s made j this popuhir comedy. The popular j tnc music seeker today Is is mind. for man, we must have up to the dignity of a man. Why vromeclics; plays with in not lift up the day and maintain, tclligcnt jnlcre.sting stories, but put reading, our rank'? must flemont of not believe this applies at all to the George are the favorites. pork industry here, but to the manip-j Hirrell is a bigger man than either of j ulation of capital. these but he unfortunately does not "Prices recently have ranged from three to seven cents a pound, while the cost of raising hobs is easily a hundred. It is impossible to make money on pork selling at throe ront? a pound. the Sabbath when grown just as no l typcs of nosh man regrets an education although scc lirmjm, us he disliked study when a boy. Mr. Koche-stcr also dealt with" the ftt in witli of Par'y- COMING TO THE WEST Detroit, Mich, March ,t eight solid Michigan farmers with The lowest price obtained for pork c l seven carloads of stock and void of oil thc "blood and thunder" thinking, devotion, and worship .in-1 of thc more serious to the Sabbath. j side of life Such fl phiy ia Run. Children will not think harshly of away Its chnracters are such as wo Its plot is in j tensely fascinating story of n humor- 1 ous predicament. It is free from egal aspects of Urn act and the cr- j ,inything ,n a word it hns roneou-s impressions knven by the j thn most criticai piay.go- presa as to its significance. of two contincnts lt Cnrfew Ijclls say "must." Church says "ought." Sunday l.iw has thc note of a cur- few. It interferes with the industrial liberty. Hut when law touches re- IF What is Persist- ency in WANT ADVERTISING in Albertn was in 1904. In some rases S it dropped as low as a hundred. This is a poor condition of affairs, and farmers claim that to help remedy it every effort should be made to use up Alberta pork for home consumption. "During that dull period hogs were j shipped out to Vancouver and Seattle, i and when pork was selling here at from 3 to 5 cents, carloads of Ameri- can pork was unloaded hero in Ed- monton. Furthermore, while these conditions wore going on hero, an in- vestigation was made in'the east into the business of the Wm. Davies Co., of Ontario, "Tho dividends realized by this t company, as brought out in evidence i in the court amounted i .1894..........34 per cent. j 1895..........40 per cent. 1896..........45 per cent. j 1837.........100 per cent. i 1893.........120 per cent. IS95..........82 per cent. 1900..........60 per cent. 1901.......271-2 per cent. 1903..........15 per cent. 1904..........30 per cent. 1905..........41 per cent. 1906..........25 per cent. "Or on an average 46.6 per cent, during that period of time. In 1904, when pork was so low here they were making 30 per cent, dividend in that firm. One manager paid for flock with a tape vaiue of during have left for western Canada under the direction of the Canadian ernment .agr-nt gov- i H FINE Papeteries i: j please you us perhaps no other stage production would. Tho Dominion ligion it only snys is to Sunday what, n fence is to a gar- den. Useful things must be planted in it. So some thing good must bo put. irr'o Sundny. In closing the speaker asked that our Sunday as a groat heritage bn kept unimpaired. Comedy Co. comes highly recom- mended and in their production of "A Himnway Match" on Friday ev- ening, vlose attention is paid to the scenic and wardrobe equipment re- quired for this famous comedy. Scats are now selling at TTiginbotham's. of the want' uels.'should have a second, insertion f, of this one-half of the want ads. should kr'e a third in- sertion of this of of the want ads. should have a fourth insertion. I And the same sort of pro- gression holds good almost to the one want ad. that ongM to be published for a month. Of. course, 3-onr want ad. inay be one of the kind that requiros but ONE publica- tion. B.ut, perhaps, only ex- perience can decide that point Build op lethbridge Patronizing a I I hefjttiig leijM ii til Cu- stniction of Office, Yards and Factory; Cir. HUH lid IQMPU STREETS Telephone 153 Pioneer Goal IS ON THE MARKET All-Orders Strictly Attended to Cash Must be Paid on Delivery MS USHCROfl Prop. Letibruige lerie Io. Ill Meets 1st and Hrd M o n dtivs in V. Hall at 8 Visiting brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DAVItfS. W.P. 24-ly T. -T. WHITE, W. S. Nest of Owls The Raymond military band held a lively practice, at the town hall on Saturday night and had a full at--, tendancc. Lethbridge Nest of No. 159, will meets the second Thursday.. of each month in K. of Pi Hall. G. V. STORKEY, Secretary G. ROSS TATE. M.-PRIEST.-Junior Past Pres. Lodge Pride ol Alberta, No. 2tKl Soos of England toefit Societj Me-t in th- 01 Py liian Hall r.i tiri-r th nl 'I'liurn uy in th> inontii 8 p. in Viniti t br din-ii T. H bii Hoi 57 9-1} LETHBR5DGE LOUuc ixO. 35 C. B. P. O. E. Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesday if each month nt 8.15 p.m. E. A. SHARMAN, M. fRIEST. E. R. Lodge Na. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall evoky sec- and fourth Mondays in tht month. Employers re-juirinp certificated en- gineers, and engineers out of employ- would do well to communicate with us. ROBERT NEVIN, Chief. GEO. BRUCK, Secretary- 44-lyrH-w SALE OF LAND NEAR NANTON Xt'.nton March News Last work Richnrd Jones sold his tho town to the Yurchnrn Brothers the price being j years aj.-.) this piftce, j I which then'known as the Klon- j j -.lyke ranch, was bought by Mr. Jones fn-m Robert J. f.splen for something over Tiie farm, for it is no longer a ranch, contains acres, which 900 is in cultivation. It is Jin: m j'lrirUitrsl of land ill the country. well wr.tcred without being broken or much waste land. In fact II. 0. Warcham Sr. says he never snvr its equal in his Hfe, and ho has seen .iomc country in his time. No HOMIMC- RINDING. Waqnchc K Come! See! Buy! mm itttinif Mitmmin SHOE REPAIRING J. R. van Westminster Road, next corner Helen street and in back yard. Repairing of fine boots and workmen's Sewing by hand if required. Right prices. Or- dera promptly attended to. 70-5 Double Concave for Extra Heavy Beante RAZOR Set of Two in Leather Ctse Carbo There is a reason T CARBO MAGNETIC Razors are the best in the world TWO WORDS TELL THE STORY ELECTRIC TEMPERING This nwtted which it OUR EXCLUSIVE SECRET PROCESS, CARBON ta tfet tt0H whereat temptrinf by fire, the only DESTROYS It. CARBO MAONETIC Razora NEVER to bo MJNCI Do yooirwHae what thU means? Remembor tbo -THE RAZOR WITYI AN EVERLASTINQ EOQE. Sold by C. W. GRAY Photos HANDFORD Tht Htrald Job Department far ;