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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta I beg to announce that t have opened an office in the tLETHItlUDGE HOTEL BLOCK For the transaction of a general M Estate and Insurance Business I am establiahinK oonnecticmt with eastern and western points, both in Canada and the United States. If yott have anyibing you wish to sell .list it with me, it will.cost you nothing, if T do not effect a sale. If yon wish to bay and I have not what yon want, give me a desoription^nd I will find it tor yon.> Sunday Morning Papers. its new N. Fire and Life Inturanee. >eetee>�ee�M##�#��#(i�#��e�#e�>e>e� ^ Yoqiyill ^ bnildirig possibly this season, and will .require ^ Bath Room lATarm Air Furnace -OB- Hot Water System We ai^jprepared to give yon right prices and the bf-st of material. We make a specialty of this work and you are sur? :of satisfactipn. ParticnU^r attenticm ^paid to jdbbing. Phone 116; On Sunday last, when issuing first paper in the face of the federal Lord's Day Oljservance' Act, the Victor.a Colonist published the following article: "We issue npapcr todaj* as usual, and will continue to do so unt 1 the provincial legislature shall declare that such a course is Illegal. This action is not taken in defiance of the Dominion statute, nor in opposition to the principle of Sunday observance, but because we are very strongly of the opinion that the publication of a Sunday morning paper can be Justified to the minds of all reasonable men, who take the trouble to investigate the subject. We claim that- to place in the hands of the public on Sunday m.orning, a clean and v- holesonie paper is not objectionable upon any ground whatever. If the intention of the parliament were to� roturii to the old I'ur-itan Siuiday when it was deemed both illegal and immoral to read anything at oil on that day of the week, except the Bible, and perhaps sermons by people, whose  views on all points were strictly orthodox, nccurding to the orthodoxy of those days, we could understand, why the dergy object to a newspapGr being at the disposal oi the {people on Sunday morning; hut no one makes tny claim of this kind. There is nc attempt 'to say that people shall The Leading Tinners, Plumb^, Steain and Hot Water Fitters. Turn over a New Leaf for tlw. ensuing y�ar �od have that old plumtiing toni out. and clcfan, ItoaltlQr. wnitary plunvbing 'put through your house and avoid in- | the whole (|uo.stion up to the pro -vincin) logLslatures, ond -we await tht! decision ofthe body In' which the iinal detorminatiun' of the . miattcr rests. Sofdr as the attorney general is concerned, no sclf-rcspcctingjf minister of the ctown voutd^piacc itself in the position of inte,n)Osing his personal ideas between the will of parliament arid the pubjlc, but ho may very properly do, M Mr IFul-ton has done, . doclinoib. sanction pro.secutions until the body, towhich the parliament of Canada has seen fit to accord the final word, has had an opportunity to consider .the question in all its bearings as It affects British Columbia, and arrived ' at some decision. When that hem been done the Colonist' will.loyally accept the case as it will then stand, and regulate its affairs accordingly.' f��>� iii till .1 irniif#iiiii-iiig% 3 ' 'l >Pn Rogers -Cunninghaib Falrvllla. Sept. 80,1903 Minard's Liniment Co., Limited. Dear Sirs,-We wish to infonn you that we consider your KINABD'S LIxmmNT a very superior article, and we lise it as a sura relief for sore throat and chest.' I tell you I would not be without it if the price was one dolla:r a bottle, I mean it� Yours truly. CHAS. F. TILTON. Religion Loses taw Siiit. (Great Falls Tdbune/) Torre Haute, Ind.i^ March 6.-Rev. ,. . ^ .M. B. MolTett, pastor of a denomina- only read a paper that .s. printed p^^..^^ j,,^ believing strictly feetioua diseases, fevers acd many of the? diseases that come from bad sanitAtiou and plumbing. , We are ready, to undertake any .work oif this description, which we do ita a skili-ful and sclehtiflc manner. C. W. and distributed early on Sunday morning. Thus the dominion enact -ment and the elTorts ol the Ijord's Day Alliance, so far as this phase of tl'.e ^egisltttion is concerned, arp | directed especially against those newspapers, which have alwaya 6b.-scrved Simday by refraining from labor as^ar as possible. "Pprhups it may be well to com;" pare this, publication of a Sunday morning paper with one printed on Monday morning, for the purpose of illustrating how it is that..the Sunday paperf requires a minitnuni of interference with Sunday as a day of rest of worship. , Nearly allUhe work on a Sunday paiier is done on Saturday. About 11 o'clock: on � Satur -day night the nrembers of the editorial stalf begin-to leave; by mid-nig'lit their work is, or ooght to Ims done, excef)t under special circum -stances. The business office is closed at ten o'clock. All the advertise -ments are in, and' the business-mien who prepare them,' have nothingroore to do in that line before Monday morning. The compositbrs stop work Ing at 3 a.m.; the sterebtypers short ly after. Then the pressmen come and rush through their work as fast as the presses can .handle ^it. The' carriers and mailing staff also come i in predestination, as administrator of the estate of Frank Moflett, killed by a big four train, was awarded $1 today by a Jury. He sued for $10,000 damages. Counsel for the railroad contended that if the preacher were xonsistent he could not ask for. damages tor what had to happen.The Jury acted on this point.. > ..... A FAVORITE KEMEDY. FOR BABIES. Lumber Co., Ltd. oSueeeetort to OeMgifc Rogei Supplies of Every Description - Wholesale and Retaa i Lumber Shingles Mouldings , I Building Piaper Lime Tar,Paper Dopre Winddv^^ Lath Cedar Fence Posts' I Phone 23. Lethbridge^ AIt% NOTICE. Its pleasant taste and � prompt cure nave made Chamberlain's Cough Bemody a favorite rlth-'the mothers of small children. It quickly cures their coughs and - colds' and prevents any danger. of: pneumonia or other serious coasequences.- It-not only cures croup, but whenTgivenvas ^oon as the croupy coiigh appears will prevent the attack. For sale by All Druggists. - ' NEW BASEBAIit; RUBLES. If you wish draying or moving of any kind done, call on us. We have the lara;e�t and; best eqnipped oartaije businetB in the city, with thorooghly eziterieBoed men in charge. . ~ jUii work promptly att^ended to. Hay and Oats of 4he best grade for sale. Coali delivered to all parte of tbe city on short notice. 5 \ Western Warehouse & Traasftr Co., Ltd. Offioe^^First d!ooi south of Opera House. Phone 63; TOWN LOTS I I itesidential Lots in Blocks^ "0" and "F," Apply to | H. MACBETH Ijbal ^Estate and Insuianoe; roR Lessons in Sioging 6r EXnSRT IWhiie You Wait Shoe Repair Shop. Men's shoes soled and heeled in 80 minutes. Price 11.00. F. OERMAN Wdsti^ BehtleyCo. Fiano InstfoctiDn OO TO m LetfibrMge CpaeeffVttlory of Mtttic. J:GEO. HABPEB, - Director It will not cost a cent to try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablats.,andtluy>are excellent for stomach troubles and constipation. Get  frss iampleat any drug stora. iniTAIID'ev ummnrr ctmet on duty, and everything is out of the way before time for nn early breakfast, and the office is closed until Monday morning. On a'Monday paper,under the law, if it; is to'be allowed to come in force in this province^ the newspaper officois may Ipe opened for work, at 6 p.m. on Sunday. In practice this time limit vlll bo an -absolute failure, because the gas must be lighted in the mach.nes before that hour copy must be got ready, the business'oiBce staff and the editorial staff must prepare their matter and' the business inen ihust get up their advertisements. The telegraph oflices all over the cbuntrj' must be in operation. It has been suggested that much- of this work could be done on Saturday; butonly those people who are absolutely unfamiliar with the production of a> newspaper and know what it calls for fi-om the general public as well as- from newspaper people, woul4.. propose anything of the kind. "We ask all readers, whether they are rigid Sabbathataridhs or, not, to judge for tliemselyes from the above facts, whether the Sunday or the i Monday morning piiper interferes the more with Sunday as a day of-rest. Weask these persons, who believe it to be the duty of all persons i to attend church services, to say which of the two plans is Klalculated to give those connected vith the production of a paper the bett?r opportunity to attend church. We should be very glad to learn, if wo can, what the XjotA'h Day Alliance is driving.at in attempting to compel the Colonist, ,tho News-Advertiser and the Nelson News to cease issuing their papers on Sunday morning, and to sot their employes to worlc^ on. Sunday afternoon. This is a matter to l>e dealt with in an absolutely frank spirit. Sq far as we are awarn, that .organization has not publicly at lonst, declared that it is influenced by, any desire to promote morality. Dr. Rocheseer, in an interview with the editor of this paper based his whole argument upon the neccssit.v of observing Sunday as a day of rKst; the Bishop of Columbia in a letter to his paper, made bis pjea on the-ground that the' law Would give newsboys a day of rest. We have shown above that thcsovgon'' tiemon have not a legto stand'upon in their opposition to Sunday news papers from this point of view. What then- are they trying to aoconkplish. "As for the future, the ^Colonist wishes it to be understood that it is law-abiding, and when the legislature has decided what it may not legally do, it will comply with'the decision. It has no. wish to continue to disregard;a: statute and be protected by the favor. of Uho: attor> hey general; But pariiamont' has;: to UH a lamiUar utprtwion. psssed The rules conmiittees of the American and National Leagues recently met and revised the rules for the year. A largo number of rather obscure phrasings were cleared up. - Olio rule was altered to prevent any othor plnyer than the pitcher soiling a new bull. The pitcher lis nllownd to moisten the cover, but if^ any other player does so he is subject to a fine of $5 for each offense. Should a pitched ball strike in front of the plate, and bound fair at a height by vJiich it could be hit bj' the batsman, if he. cared to do. so, it is to be called a ball. Batsmen who have been in the habit of shifting fromi one side of the pluto to the other after, the; pitcher has stood in position will not bo able to practice that trick in-the future without sulToring the penalty of being called out. If the catcher interfered with- a pitched ball the batter will be-allowed to become a base runner. There have been, some catchers who were adopts at bothering, batters in this respect and they must boon, their good behavior in the future If when a base runner is trying, to score the batsman interferes with -the -catcher at the plate the base runner is declared out. If a base runner paisses another base runner, on the way around the bases ^ the man who is ovci;taken, is out. There has been,, some conflict as to what umpire should decide hasp de^ cisions. In the future the unipires are to : agree'between themscl.'es7 whenever � there" are two oflVciating, as to which shall give the base decisions. A batsmen who is hit by a batted ball which he batted himself is out. and does not receive a base hit. Clarke Orifflth', who is one of the momibors of the rules committee, ar^-gues that all umpires.should be lopl out of the diamond, but withdrew his objection, "when^ il was demon -stratcd to him that it would bo out of the question' at times to render duvi'sions perfectly, it his idea- wore insisted upon, - In the matter of; the eaute of Charles A. Q idney, lata of the City of Liethkridgo. in> tha Provinoa of Alberta, Farmer, dacMsed. Notica is^ hereby given that pur ^ Buant to the order of th*'. Honour-able lCr...luatica Btuart dntad at Calgary on Monday, the S5tb dayof February,. A.D., lS07k tha creditors and other persons having �lainie against the eatate of the abova^named Charles A. Oidney deceased, are on or before the 15th day of April A. D.. 1907. required to and in their names and addresses with particulars of their claims together with a statement of the securities (if nny) held by them, verifying the Sana.by statutory declaration, to the vnder  signed advocates, for the executor. And toke notice that after'tb* said 15th day of April the aasestor will be at liberty to administer tha assets of the said deceased or! any part thereof among the ' patties thereto, having regard only to' tba claims of which we shall .then havs had notice and, will not be liabta foe any portion of-the-assets so distributed to any person or persons of; wboaeclaim the aaid executor ahall a6t' thea^ kava had notice. Dated at Lethbridga this. asth day of February, A. D.. 1c07. CONYBEARB *-JOmSS, , Bdlieitor for Executor.* F REE TO EVERY HOUSEWIFE AT thie eeaeon of the year the oiothcr o^k fomiiy aoee many things to aawise aa*^ iJea** 2 elude an BBBortment of Eng- \ x lish Roek Crystal, quite' ( (liflFerent from that here-to-i fore shown. V The CrTKial.ltiirIf in heiTU-r *Bil th� ciiit'n.,M derpei; than. . ' ikiit.of ,tlier 3teaTH-ibe efttxt la I errn m'au" in thai l dt-pcnria u�iic niKia ItH artimic tra-ery of de-�ltn,rurli� beaui; rather tbaD brtliLiiicv, -Hose Bowls,, Flower Cen-.tres, Decanters and Ju^s aro \ most prominent in the assortment, some of vy^hich come mounted in sterliiiR silver, others pluin. W J. Armstrong JEWELER ENOR A VEB OPTICIAN. Aoent for BELL PIANOS CAS whenyiuneed'ai .;. CAB To go to the s'iation or biing: friends to yoar home. CARTING ALsa d6ke; \ NOTICE Kotica is hereby given by "TKi I*roviheial Lumber Company Limit'-ed.',' that at the expiration of onei montliH from th|� d^te' of the first publication hereof it Is' ths'intention of tha said eompariy to apply for a �haaga of its nsma to "The Provincial Lumbar- and Manufacturing' Company, LiBHitsd," Bated at IMhbridgs ths Mtk' dSy of ribrttanr. ttor. 'w. 0. m�. Soli'sirer fsr sn^lifiuit Cimi^any. J.G. Under Electric Light OiEce?4 PHONE Ifi LAY IN SOME' MORE ' Before another rash.!: When yju want DRAYING; ' Done promptly and , tatisfautoriijr. JOHN BRODIE When yon/have ai)y^ to do, give ns a callv Morrisoo Mmt: Phone-Office 180 BonM 160 BE SURE YOUR ttdiKEMil^^tf^^ For Dentistry, VeitWiBlH)!' ' add SurKioal Work. caH Mr.. ;