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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta DtBy HeroW Printed by the Daily Herald Printing every lawful evening 'at op ilio people for the rest of his life. But not so our hero. Ho, asks that he may be able to equip himself so j that In? nmy nllaiu his man-i ihood and serve his country even I ter than, ho'did upon the battlefield, j The t-xumpUi of such a career would! be an inspiration to tho youth ofj Canada such won Id. repay an nun- Str whatever C'nhadu can do'for hiin. Mulloy's one ambition to bo equipped for service and it should, not denied him. The ju'opSe Lothbrjdgc haves imdj for u loiitf "o occasion to show forth tin? generosity of their hearts. Our abounding prosperity has made' FAULTS OF LOVELY WOMEN Managing Di rector 'Mid .Editor. Dailr, one. jeer, 00 Dmily, six vnonth, delivered, 2.00 Daily, three months, 1. 00 Daily, one month, delivered Daily, one year, Jjy mail j... Daily, six months, by mail Daily, three months, by mail Herald, one year .35 3.00 1.75 j diartable giving unnecessary, whilej calamity has invaded our midst j 'j? I in touch our hoartstrings. The Hcr: f Slang. Vanity. Gossip. Xagging. insincerity. Sinull talk. Artificiality. Self- centered. Frivolous talk! Narrow outlook. Neglects mother. Lit lie self-respect. Lucks, high ideals. Too fond of, dress. manner. .some punishment (or. the i nags." "God aeclujreU, Mr> Lakers-after men's chargcs'j concerning women's vanity, artificial- ity dre.Sh. The daisy, 'honeysuckle "and MIOYV flake, lie had fashion, and "there was never nil ocean wave that I was not decked with golden 4 must be givfn. i loy, tlu- hero of the veldt, the groat-1 Subscribers will please remit with er of In consider-j which should be given for a term. Rcoiit by Order, P.O. Order, uud 13'ink Money Order. Jrders may be direct or through desire for greater- service, of our own j of sight, of our ability to; our duty to do .so, let us raers may LH: e-viu uu our to do so, ie% us any newsdealer Address Scatione to 1HK l.hlHlWllJOL t i J -Hates hearing faults. HERALD, Alberta, f> he hi a mt-asrnv ns c-yes to the blmd.: nada. II our friends who favor us with man- It will In- a Mullov national rti turns disgrace if. to Canada light" "Fashions are he said. "I can prove itjroni the and he read of the many and wonderful of atticloa of cloth- ing mentioned by u Biblical writer. Then he censured the women whose dresses by their flimsineHh led to catching colds. "Some women boast of the hearts they have taken as an Indian boasts of the hcaipsriiif 1ms he said, in referring to -men's charge that wo-{ men were insincere in the matter of affection. "Is the robery of the hoait affec- tion any les a crime than the lobbery a f j Almost the final'shots grew out of men'.s allegations that some women concerning men's think only offsetting married. I'iii wccivdmgly sorry that prob- "To be, or not to bf, de- Low standard modesty, remlercd, of his! Kxiravagarice of speech. Severe on accused girls. dub Special Fresh Stock Just Received Thinks only of marriage. worried'-husband., herself too much. The teittey Co. ltd. Wtoomed Fully Modern Houses suitable for roomers. Close in For SJOOO cash. balance very easy Albert a Realty Co uscript for publication wish to hjs Kiucation because the''ably tivcr 200 people have had to b2 have rejected articles returned they must in all cases send stamps tor that purpose. .NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. ..j Subscribers-who fail to receive the i neci'ssary funds not forthcom- If there are any others who think hired Mr. "is not the greatest loscnoers -wuu tun iu of letters writ Daily Herald will please notify the! this way l.-t them send-ihoir contn- of tlu anon.Mnousc b'usirie'ss" office, by pfione or other- jbmions to Sir request to him, and in wine wise, :the' eariteat possible D Tletcd to" Ixj used for this gathering. It is a frame, two' storey .structure, j near 2-1 x ;1Q feet, built on the north! of the old structure, giving a "T" shape to the building. It affords a raised platform or stage of over 20 lion tactics of the Opposition only, as the Ottawa Citizen suggests the That the standard of self-respect I and modesty in business girls was were afraid they would was he chargo oi one man, who pinched by the officers of the Turd's M ISS GR J MM, AcceuntanL- Alliance. DEPARTMENT. The .Herald Job .Department is the best equipped in "Southern 'Alberta. 1 A pouitry Meeting- Walter tonous-TrTp Jordan, Manager of the tnent. 106.... I accused them also of being flirts, fond tress, but witlv little regard for mother. He thought that they seem- ed to have become a. giddy lot of That men had more .respect for Team Vic-j womanhood than women the opinion of one man, COWLEY TALK' feet in the available On this occasion all seats were occuied. A time piece which cannot be depended upon" to show Accurate which lias to be polled back, orjoggad ahead isn't worth tying to "u fish line for a sinker. Every movement and case we sell has our per- sonal guarantee" be- sides, 'our extremely low prices bring them within easy reach ofc any pocket- book. C. Ross Tate The Sign of the .Watch Ford St., near City Hall HUB CAFE Only house in strictly white heljMB used. Every from lOo'clocIt we have some specials in addition to the usual run in ,the short order line. TONIGHT-Hot Boast Turkev with ripe tomatoes Tea or Coffee. 50c. Try it after the Show are strong features of any mineral aud soda water ginger ale, 'but "bottled by the Lethbridge Brewing Malting; Co. are not- only strong, bnt uniform features, inak- them always reliable, and giving higli reputation.- LETMBRIDCE MEWING ft MALTING COMPANY, LTD. x Reports were .given by Bishop-Rob- ert Nelson and _, special imssionarics Ambrose Woolforil, and .Tno. Smith, -ir j as to -the Taylorville conditions by: Bishop R. Sloan, Councillor; Dan and missionaries Eu- gene Robinson, and Win. Wynder as to Kimbatt Ward, and by Rishop Xa-'j "than Tsinnei1, -missionaries Frank H. _ ns to Aetna j to The.lastTTam i .Snow und T. Y'. Cowley March fairly large A CANADIAN HERO and representative gathering of ranchers and -others interested iw poultry .raising heard a very-interest- ing and instructive talk: on Tuesday In tho fall .of. 1890. when the call j afternoon by Mr. Longinore oi the went forth for Britain's sons beyond j Provincial Department of Agricul- the seas to go Lo her assistance in Ijture. The evidently a gen- South Africa, among the first to en-ltlemaiv.of. much practical experience list was Xornc Mulldy, a student at! and gave his hearers many valuable Queen's University. While engaged j points in breeding rearing and feed- in one of the ''battles in the latter j ing poultry.: Much disappointment part of the war. a. wound from a ritlii'felt at .the absence of Mr. A.' W. bullet destroyed the sight of both Foley. the Poultry superintendent and it was- only by a miracle who was detained at home through that his life 'pot lost. Recover-: the serious illness of his. wife, ing'from his wound and undaunted On Monday last our hockey team by the 'terrible the young j went to Coleman. to try conclusions hero returned to his -studies at the j with the team of that town, who art University. AVith the assistance of a contesting with the champion- render he has been enabled ship'of the .Crow's Nest-League. Our all ,his -examinations, graduating as boys although lately .organized and having played only one match this winter .were able to win the game by an immovable purpose to'give! a score of 1 to 0. The winning team, his'mind the "best" possible training j consisted of: I. Harriet I; that his'career, in .Hfo might in no. cover-point Harry Green; way'bc'curtailed by his affliction-hci point, A. H. Gunn; right wing, Mil- detemuned to go Oxford rr.ivi r-j ler; left wing, Rogers; center, H. Pet- sity. lOs friends both in and out of] tit; rovur, Fred Snyder. The especially the chancel- was close, although the ic.i lor, Sir'Sanford Fleming, who being soft, the'going was hard and coals would have been i scored vho'_ quoted the pbsenration.s of some- one else "that a woman is whom she marries till she's asked." The letter writer wondered where you'd find the man" who would marry a girl .who to- bacco; and drank. .-While not'sermon- izing against tobacco, he. said: "Not every tobacco, user is a horse-thief, but every horse thief is a tobacco user." ed showed, healthy .condition, First-class Cafe IX though the'numbers had decreased in 1907 owing to .some removals ...from. the Ward. _____ Suitable made by Prc) NTEL DINING HHM Shorrorder Between Meals CARROLL DOYLE MEALS-25c per, w.tfc. MEAL REDDING Cor. Smith and Redpatli Walsh SPeeWes Pioneer Coal IS ON THE MARKET All Orders Strictly Attended to Cash Must be Paid on Delivery JHB MOOT rrtf IIICI IMliU, IIITI EOT ciwci ROOFING CORNICE WORK SKYLIGHTS FURNACE WORK A SPECIALTY kWsifTiinriimHrk Meets 1st v and. lird M o n d ays 'in K. of-P. Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. 24-ly _ T. J. W. S. Lethbridge Nest of Owls Lethbridge Nest o! Owls, No. 159, will meets the second Thursday each month in K. of P. Hall. G. V. STORKEY, Secrctaary. C. ROSS TATE, President. M. PRIEST. Junior Past Pres. T L. Barritter and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Lethbridge. _ Lodge Pride of Albertsi, Np. SOBS of Eqlari taefit Met] Bank. sidents ,Wood, Willianis, ajs j ns by K. for the- Sun-j day schools, J. U. Archibald, for the Religious 3frs. Har- j ris for the primaries, and iLrs. Ittio- Ida for the liclicf Societies. a bachelor of nr'ts. One. man censured the woman who takes a man's seat in a: street car, but "thank and an- other held that the worried business man ''should be let alone" at home. Lastly, one man- told of a facton- employing 300- girls, of whom "at least one-third .were supposed to levout '.Christians." These girls without enquiry, obtained; the dis- missal of one of their number about whom a mean story had been told.! and then the men'scorned the Christ-: ianity of .the girls. ;Mr. Laker's text, .taken from 31st chapter of .Proverbs, was: "Who can find a virtuous -woman? For her price is far above rubies." "One would think they had clipped their pens inthe rainbow and dried the ink with the dust of he said of the poets who had praised women. -J He didn't agree witli-fhe French j proverb that a woman's sword is her t i In tho evening a special Mutual Conference was held.. .Stake. Supt. W. 0. I.ce gave timpressive instrucri tions to the young men and Jlissi Orilla assisted :by' Miss Addicl Robinson rcpresonted the Yoting dies Stake Hoard. i OnSnturflay last the Farmer's As-; .sociation hold its 2.80 p. m. i 'I'he attendance was not very it is reported the.oniccrr; and a few others there were only two j farmers present. This shows a la- j mcn-tabic lack of interest on the part! of thf> farmers. It-is certainly the experience in this locality that it is a most ditficult matter to get the! (Continued on Next_page.) A RHYME-OF "OUR BEST" FLOUR For the problem of flour buying we 'Can readily furnish the key. It isn't ihe brand, But the And this brand -marks the quality. See? in the of Hall. everv firttanil thinl tuy in tliV montl> at 8 p.m. Viniti >g liPrthn-n tihvayn ome.. by, Kre.l T.'Ri.liinH, W. Prwttoit. Box 57. -J 9-ly Ellison Milling ftlevator Co, Ltd, WINTER AND SPRING WHEAT FLOURS Rajmoad Magrath Lethbridge ever acting on the advice of friends i holding their own with ,i lading j he'Vent Co and is there now the league. Considerable rough j tongue, ;aml that very few suffer it working Hbrfiieall-y to complete his j was indulged in and the Cole-] to -rust in .the'scabbard.. studies, trusting Ithat circumstances man crowd took the ctofrat of their j may prove'favorable to his remain-j darlings very badly. ing there. That women had aversion to being After the war, a patriotic fund ivns Vnstitutcd for the assistance of those' who .had Become incapacitated in the service of the empire. The i trustees, however, decided thnt to I expenses --Oxford! would be -establishing a precedent that the funds available would not j allow them to pursue. The hero' with that" most admirable, spirit has! decidctl objection to taking assist-i a lice'that would come ns charity and) considers that whatever the nation! dojes .for him-shouUl be done through 5 the patriotic fund. The circumstanc-1 es of the case make his expenses high- t-r than those of the average studciit. stj'that jrulloy' through to 1 attainment of his ninbitiqn means i that 'the- 'fund must be increased so ns i to allow an expenditure of about two 1 thousand a year, t This is 'Mulloy's due, As a young j man; with the" possession of his oye-! was putting himself through ctJllegc." He lost that priceless sense i service of his countrj-. Weret he'a man of I6ss pluck and courage-, such a calamity would have caused him to give up and become a charge} j MM MI iii 11 mi i mil Just HAMMOCKS CROQUET SETS TENNIS RACKETS AND BALLS BASE 'BALLS' BATS GLOVES CATCHERS' MITTS BOXING GLOVES CRICKET SUPPLIES told that they had faults was the first Laker drew from the correspondence .from the .men. He considered that the .writers of the letters were not quite right on hat point. also that there was too much ..veverity in the .men's charge.-i that women were given to small talk speech. 'Slang is never he said, "and certain coarse expresions seem i .SO. much COArj-er Wiirn they Cotiii: J. fronv women's i "Certain expletives on the road toj' profanity, and used by he. reffrrwl to as "female "Oh. these gossips who are assas- sins of he cried. "No-' thing is so'. mi-Christian and anti-] Christian as some of the gossip of "Another he added, "says that women nag, nag, nag at their i huslwnds till they drive them to j drink and the devil. Tf .there's oneM i title o! truth in go home and I ask your husband's pardon, and ask God to forgive you." Wants Whipping Pest TM HCTDK flPB j "I wish, there was a whipping j and I'd like to be the whiper, for the! 'wife beater, nnd then I'd like to see' BUYS A FIHST CLASS WW IISIIESS In the city of Lethbridge, comprising ..the following equipment: Two first class and their harness; Three wagons: One hny -rhck; One One set of harrows; One .scraper; About 10 tons of'baled hay; And 5 oats; Together with draying licenses for the current year. n JB1I.7 V-.-J short time. -Jiotliing but, cash offer will be.considered. For further .information ap- ply to BOX Herald Office. x 75-0 clelivertxl to all parts of the city for 85 ton. Cash must accompany order. Of all kinds done on short notice. Ask for our prices be- fore leaving orders elsewhere maNK i mam a. Office SuWes LETHBRIDGE LOUot NO. 35 C. B. P. 0. E. Meets 2nd a nd 4th Aies'day- if each month p.m. f: E. A. SHABMAN. M. T'RTEST. E. K. Secretary. Lodge No. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the. Labor Hsill soc- and and fourth flionciays in -tht month. _ Employers requiring certificated en- gineers, and out ot employ- ment, would do well to communicftte with us. ROBERT KEVIN; Cliicf. OEO. BRUCE, Secretary. ft Ma Is now offering for iale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET Mi fcrth if tte WmJ ui lest FROM EACH I Photos Also A few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each TERMS EASY Cue-third cash, one-third'6 months, balance 12 months. Intoreal 6 per cent, per annum' n n H M i i 1111 M M i Ipft MM wt (ntpMi ft. (M HANDFORD Rl lithe Mtrald Ant ;