Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHSHIDGC, At J E IIT A MON 0 A V, M A H C H 9, HOI. M M t t t 4 RIDGWAV AS SOLD ONLY IN SEALfD TINS IN SIZES RIDGWAVS ROYAL TEAS ESTABLISHED IN THE REIGN OF KING WILLIAM IV. Have the largest Sale of any high-grade Tea in the World 50c., 60c. and per Ib. RIDGWAYS_ TEAS SOU) ONLY IU SEALED TINS IN 4 31k SUES 4> Exclusive Agents: The Bentley Company Limited, Lethbridge TELEPHONE tt Prompt Delivery: 4 4 OLIVER'S HALL Beggar Prince Comic Opera Company Iu the Japanese MIKADO ON'E NIGHT OXLY Wednesday, March 11 The Opera that made Mil- lions Laugh. Funny Comedians, Clever Soubrettes, Pretty Gills. Up-To-Date Specialties Gorgeous Costumes and Elegant Stage Settings 75c., Prices The Social Realm Society Whittling! by a Social Jack- Carpenter Why not own a Reliable Watch 1 A time piece which cannot be depended upon to show accurate time, which 'has lo be pulled back or ahead isn't worth tying to a tish line for a sinker. Every movement and case we Bell has our per- sonal guarantee and, be- sides, our extremely IG-VV prices bring them within easy reach ot any pocket- book. C. Ross Tate The Sign of the Watch Ford St., near City Hail There has been some local argument with regard to the origin of the word "Stag Party." Max Muller maintains that "Stag Tarty" is so called because each member must carry at it at least "two horns." More modern philogists, however, agree that it is so minted to distin- guish it from a "dear parly" al- though the former is probably the more expensive form of social enter- tainment. However the "Stag-. Tar- ty" of which this report would es- pecially is one given by Mr. onybeare at "lliverview" last Mori- lay evening whicK was undoubtedly us a "one sex" function, the sue- ess of the season. In the careless of the Western guest for nire and unalloyed delight it had the adies "afternoon bridges" and ev- "hen parties" beat-en to a. "whisper" which at first appears to be a mere figure >f .speech. The Church and the State, Law nnd IjiteraUire, Music and Medicine, Trade and Commerce. High Finance, Engineering, Railways and Canals, n a word every uvocution and call- ing followed in our busy little city was ably represented. With the sanc- tion of the clergy, and the protec- tion of the police, and the patronage of the arts-, sciences, arid the learned professions, this very pleasant "Stag Tarty" could not have been other than a distinguished success. at 9.00 p. m. the guests commenced to arrive. With a. charm- 0. Wilson of the Harracks had won the prize, but in his oflicial capacity as Superintendent of the Police ho discovered an error of in the addition of his own score card and honestly reported the same to his host The prize was awarded to Mr. Keg- jimld Starnes of the Bank of Mon- treal familiarly known among the youngr-r bridge set as "Reckless Reg- gie, the Preposterous as his bona-fide score was the highest of the evening. Jn view of his great popularity among the ladies the which was a handsome copy of "A Corner in was singularly appropriate. Among the "Also- Itans were Mr. drivers, Dr. McNuUy, Lord How-Unlucky, Count No- Trumps, The "Barren" Booster, and a large successful "party" by .the name of "Legion." After the game a number of were presented. THE CARDSTON BUDGET ing individuality peared, some in of tasle they np- "mufti" others in L. M. JOHNSTONS Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Lcthbridge. Bank. 23-lyr ICE BATH FOR A BOX OF CANDY Two Women Plunge in Surf at At- lantic City on Wagsr for 'Sweets Atlantic City, March Mrs. Jas. S. Ifill, wife of a Philadelphia broker, and Mrs. James L. Miller, of New York, .gave boardwalk promenaders an imaginary chill this morning when they" dashed into the surf on a wager of a box of candy made by a woman friend. The two were in the swimming pool of a casino when the wager was made. Both left the comfortable indoor bath and ran across the sand to the fiiirf. in which they plunged Jor five minute swim nominated in the bond Neither suffered ill effects and both "half dress" find few in social regimentals. Mr. Cony- hen re received his guestK in a red necktie- ar.i! smoking- jacket, hut with an grace and cordial man- ner that would have done credit to a professional hostess. lie at once put his guests at their ease by an invitation to "light up" and an in- i.inmlion that -in ihe s.s.w. corner of ihe dining artistically draped n a Union Jack, a small keg of ex- eJlcnt brew, n-.orc grateful to smok- rs' palates than the wine of Xeres, vas to be found. This hn explained vas a capital male equivalent for ea. While it is invidious to make >spe- cial mention of the costumes of .hose present it is only just and air to Mr. Nourse to state en pass- ant that his get-up was a dandy toute ensemble au fait, fin de stecle, et pate dc fois gras (in several other words) quite beyond the powers of brutal Saxon to des- cribe. In. his patent leather trousers cut a la Hilton, billowy well boiled shirt bosom, (with a real cut glass front) waistcoat of1 plain white material surmounted by a dinner jacket of genuine Venetian, he was at once the envy and despair of every Beau Brummel present. His CJraecian brow and dome-like head (in which are solved so many of our fiscal problems) towered his three-inch collar as some lofty Alp rises from its foothills the sparse of its summit of the aspect of a noble mountain above "tirulxer-limit." To continue, the "piece dc resist- of the evening's entertainment "American Counts" These aristocratic members were evidently up against t and strictly in-the-soup. After their "reception" a troupe of "Dcv- 1s" ingeniously hatched from inno- cent eggs, were presented to the as- sembled guests. Kipling has lam- pooned the cheap skepticism of the age in the hackneyed quatrain have learned to whittle the Ed- en tree, "To the shape of u surplice "We have learned to bottle our pa- rents twain "In the yoke of an addled Surely it demands as smart and modern a talent to produce complex and agreeable "devils" from simple, fresh eggs. But this is another sto- ry and even a. more long-winded one. The evening wns brought to an abrupt close by a suggestion from un indiscreet guest that Mr. Hyde should tell History or "recite." Evci in their hurried departure however the guests fount! time to assure Mr. Conybeare Jn person and Mrs. Cony- beare (the Deo-e-x Kitchena of the oc- casion) by proxy, that they had had the time of thoir lives, and that though mixed-whist is always delight ful. the neat and undiluted article was not to be sneezed at. Speaking of sneezing, one guest is said- to Cardston, March largest gathering of the Sunday School Un- ion ever held at Oardston convened on Friday evening occasion being the farewell tu the retiring Stake superinteiuK-m of Sunday Schools] W. H. Steed. Every school was wvll represented, some 300 being present. The mem- bers of the Union Board acted as the general committee in charge of all arrangements. Decorations, re- ception and entertainment of visitors, and refreshments, were looked after with assiduous members of the Union Board :ir.> to be congratu- ated. The program was long and only the ca'diug features can be mentioned icre. Speeches of welcome were made by Messrs. J. S. Parker and E.A.Low, of the Stake superinu-ndency; Quar- ettc, "Down Where the Daisies are by Messrs F. Layne and Milton Woolf, and Misses Etta Dow- lie and Ida .Archibald; -Recitation.! 'The by Mary Smith; Duet, "Larboard Watch" by the Mis- ses Baker; Speech on behalf of the Special Missionaries by A. Cazier; Duet, Wbundod by Mr. Scott Brown and Mies Ida Arch- ibald; Speech by Mr. J. U. Allred, superintendent of Sabbath Schools! for the Taylor Stake; Duet, by Mr. and Mrs. Steed. Speeches intersper- sed with some excellent selections from the Cardston military band-wer made by Mrs. Rachel Archibald for the ladies of the Union Board, Mr. Thos. Duce. S. Williams, Pres. Edw. J. Wood, who gave some pleasing prognostications as to the success of the; Cardston choir nnd the military band at Edmonton and Winnipeg, Mr. M. A. Coombs, and Mr. Willard Sorenson. The last named on behalf of the Union Board presented Mr. Steed with a large family Bible in which were registered the names of .ill present at this farewell meeting. Mr. W. .H. Steed gave a feeling res- ponse for the many expressions of m Most People can earn Money but many fail to placu it where it is both safe and profitable J J ANCHOR YOUR SAVINGS TO MOTHER EARTH I North Ward Lots, 2 Blocks from School each j down and a month. Get some while they last Past Office Block Plum 21 IliUlllil Illlllliim ill III Mill il I MIIMII Whet yon fcive aiythiig to sell or to reit plftcc it this COlMM. If wait aaytklaf asc tab 25c we 6 iuertiou for SI showed only 139. The board complimented the prin- cipal upon the improvement made. Some small bills were passed and a resolution was put through authoriz- have caught cold by lingering on the door-step to explain that this "Stag Party'' was a fit consummation to IvOthbridge'.s pre-Lenten gayetics and (to those in the .swini) the very vor- tex of that maelstrom of social ac- tivities which has surged and seeth- ed around us these past weeks. The following from the Edmonton Saturday News will be road with in- terest. Miss Duncan was the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. W. Anderson for some time: Another afternoon Bridge on Tuesday brought a merry coterie out in their best bibs and tuckers, this time ilrs. T. S. F. Jackson being the hostess and her very.pretty sister Duncan, her able assistant. kindness culminating in this most beautiful gifts which to him was be- yond price. The following prospective mission- aries who leave for their- fields the last of this month gave brief ex- pressions: Messrs, Scott Brow (Ger I.. A. Little (Great Britain) Frank Leavitt The refreshments were served vorj ftxpeditiously and the large gathurin of some. 300 people were all supplii-c PROFESSIONAL CARDS ing a loan if necessary to pay off the teachers for the past two months, pending the payment from the. town council of the amount due from last year of Shakespeare Club The members were entertained at the home oi Mr. Jas. Hampton and the chief preliminary business was the election oi officers. Mr. Devoe Woolf as president, Mr. Jas. Hampton us secretary and Hugh B. Brown aa ritic for the ensuing month were luly elected. The program rendered ncluded a character sketch of King Henry IV by Woolf. Discus- sion of acts IV and V ably led by Miss Punion.'and "A Summary of the Play" carefully given by Miss Orilla WcioK. Mrs. Hampton added not a little to the when the refreshments were served. At the next meeting the club 'mem- bers will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. Williams. i Special Meeting of the Cardston Choir On Wednesday evening last the members of the bishopric with ndvf. J. Wood, met at the the cnuir practice and encouraged the mem- bers to diligence and also presented for their acceptance the names r-l Mr. Jno. Lay no, as assistant choir- istor. He was sustained by the choir members present, only two voting ngainst him. Personal Mention IIr. Thos. Ducc his son Hoy returned from Logan, Utah, by Fri day's train, the last named is con- valescent from his late illness, but W.S.GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. McGili Physician, Surgeon Accoucher Office .914 Redpath St. 'Phone 53 9a.m.. 2-3. 7-8 p.m. LOST ONE GREY HORSE, 3 years old, branded C.A., also one bay horse 2 years old with scar on right lore leg above knee. given on return to Windsor Hotel or to Ed- ward Rova, Sec. 5-13-22. TO RENT FURNISHED ROOM, close in, al- so a four horse stable with loft. Ap- ply G.'W. Wiegand, 424 Smith St. DRS. McCLURE A. STEWART, Sur- geon Dentists. Office Hours: 9a.m. to 12 n.; 1 p.m. to 5p.m. FpR SALE ONE OLD ENGLISH VIOLIN- 100 years old. Also another perfect model of a Strad. Both violins in excellent condition. Apply Rothon's Candy -Kitchen. HAMILTON YOUNG Engineers and Surveyors Higinbotham BJock. Lethbridge. C.F.P.Conybeare, K.C., D.C.L., B. Morton Jones, B. C. L. CONYBEARE JONES Barristers, Solicitors, Etc. Office: Conybeare Block. Lethbrtdfe, Alt.. WANTED DISH girl for dish washing at once. Apply at the Dal- las Hotel. TtW WANTED A REPRESENTATIVE in every listrict of Alberta. A genuine busi- ness proposition which will net you ;rom to per day. This is ,10 catch ad. For particulars ad- 22-1 yr. dress. Accountant, 5, Pineher Creek, Alta. 71-6 W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. Office: Southard Block. Money to Lend on Town and Property. B. C. MOORE Funeral Director and Embalmer to Presbyterian Church Office Phone 102. Residence 136. WANTED WANTED TO RENT a small cottage or rooms. Apply W., Herald Office. 72-0 F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitney Block. FOR SALE CHEAP 160 ACRES, all fenced, half mile frontage on good stream, good house and outbuildings. For particulars, apply H.A.Y., Lethbridge Alia. 72-0-0 FOR SALE OR RENT THREE ROOMED HOUSE, sale' down, balance per month. Geo. Peacock, Stafford Lethbridgo. 76-6 by the waiters in about ten minutes Hearty apiause burst forth after each selection by the band showing thnt their efforts were duly appre- ciated. The School Board Meeting The regular meeting of the Board was held in the office of the chair- man, W. 0. All members pres- The hijou residence was very com- ont but D- E- was bridge garnished with tobucro, and occasional trips to the s.s.w. cornor delicately referred to declared the shock of the cold salt above. fortably filled by the four tables en- gaged in play, and the daintily ap- pointed rooms wkh the little crowd of smartly frockcd women looked very attractive. Mrs. Jackson was wearing a simple I muslin frock with just a touch of her favorite, pale blue, at the throntj Miss Duncan, a daintily, lovely hand embroidered gown of the same light material, and the two sisters so alike nnd yet unlike made a charming pic- ture as they received their guests. The report of the principal J. W. Low was read, showing an improved condition over January especially as to tardiness. 410 cases of In January there were tardiness during the was not sufficiently stmnp to pursue his studies. Mr. J.'U. .Mired, of Raymond, Mr. Frank Steed, of Stirling. Mr. S. -V Dmlliry of Spring Coulee, and Am- mon Mt-rcer, of Mapraui. wen-, the quests of the S. S. Union Hoard on Friday evening. Mr. Jno. Parririh. Mr. J. S. Parker and K. F. Earl, were in from Moun- tain View on Saturday. Taylorvillc's leading citizens -e rcpre.sentod by Robt. elson, J. Fr'i N'u-lson and L. A. Little at the clost of the week. MUSIC MISS L. HOLLAND Pupil of Stratford Dawson. of Mont- real, wishes a limited number of stu denU for Piano Study. Leschetixky (Paderewski'.s teacher) method u.st-d. Terms moderate. Adress 810 Ford St.- Phono 247. C. P. R. AGAINST SWEARING water to be invigorating. 1 It wns ;H first thought, that Mr. J. ANOTHER SHIPMENT FROM CHINA CANE CHAIRS So easy and sightly. Wear like iron. These cliairs must go in the next ten days, as we have two cars of Furniture on the way, so we've marked them away down. You'll find the best selection today. Ihe Turpin Furniture Co. Redpoth Street tai fmfeten LetbbrMge An order has been issued by Mr. D. HcXichol, vice-president of the C. P. R. calling attention of trainmen to the instructions regarding swear- ing and the use obscene language on trains An anti-swearing ca pnign was( started by Mr. George Wright of Halifax who wrote both to Sir Tho- mas Shaughne-ssy and the Minister 01 Railways, .suggesting that no- tices bo placed on the cars of the C. P. R. and I. C. U. forbidding the. xise of langxiagii whose unwholesome- ness is likely to create a feeling of disgust among persons who arc at all sensitive as to the proprieties of speech. Mr. McXichol, in reply to this says that, the employees of the C. P. R. are not only instructed to refrain from swearing or usin< ob- scenes-language but oavc been ordered to sec that language of an offensive or annoying character is not used by The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lets HorBi of tte hilrort art West ot Westminster li FROM EACH Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each One-third cash, one-third 6 months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum Nterti iri b, s, fttti, TENDERS SEALED TENDERS addressed to the undersigned will be received until 5 o'clock, nternoon, Tuesday Mnrch 11, for the erection of n frame public school building for Lothlmdge. Finns specifications may bo seen nt my office. Room 9t Whitney Block. The lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. F. B. KOI.FSOX. 4-2 Architect. GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Notice to Steam Engineers XOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt an examination will be held by Mr. Jos. Buxton, a duly appointed In- spector of Steam Boilers for the Pro- SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS Coal imuiug rights of me Dominion in Manitoba, Siskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and British Colunroia, may leased for a term of twenty-one at an annual rental of SI in )cre. Not more than ucrua will be leaded to one applicant. Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights ap- plied for are In surveyed territory the laud must be described by sections, or le- gal subdivisions of sections, and in unaurveyed territory the trad appli- ed for shall be staked out. Each application must W accom- panied by a fee oi ?5, which will be refunded if tbe rights applied lor are not available but not A roy.iHy shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the iht rate of STC per ton. vince of Alberta, at Every of coal miniag rifhtc Hiph Rver, March nth; which are not being operated nhall ..Claresholm, March 7th; furnish the district Agent of Domm- Macleod. March 10th; ion Linda with a sworn statement to LKhbridjze, in A. R. and I. Rrad- that effect at leost once in each year. inp Room, March 12th and I3lh. Mnrch 16th; Pir.chor Creek, March 18th; Frank, March 20th and 27st; At 9 o'clock a.m. for the purpose of piving engineers and apprentices an opportunity of qualifying for Ccrii- of the The lease will include coal mining rights but the lesee may- be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be- con- sidered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary ol the Department of the Interior, Ot- ficates under the provisions Steam Boilers Act, 1906. Aplication for examination should tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent of be made to the above named Tnspec- Dominion Lands. tor or to W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior, publicities o< JOHN STOCKS, Deputy Minister. Department of ?ablic Works, Ed- monton, Alberta. 74-4 thi? advertisement will not for.