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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ESTATE I beg to announce that t have opened an office in the LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK For the transaction of a general ["Real Estate and Insurance Business I am establishing connections with eastern and western points, both in Canada and the United States. It you have anything you wish to sell list it with me, it will cost you nothing if I do not effect a sale. If you wish to buy and I have not what you want, give me a description and I will find it for you. '> Sunday Morning Papers. Its N. T. Macleod Fire and Life lAturanee. On Sunday last, when Issuing first paper In tho face of tlio new fuderul Lord's Dny Observance Act, the Victoria Colonist published tho following nrtlclo: "Wo Issue npnper today as usual, and will continue to do so unt 1 tho provincial loglslaturo shall doolaro that such a course Is Illegal. This action Is not taken In defiance of the Dominion statute, nor In opposition to tho principle of Sunday observance, but beeniJHo wo are vory strongly of tho opinion that tho pub licallon of a Sunday morning papor can bo Justified to the minds of all reasonable men, who tnko tho trou bio to Investigate tho subject. Wo claim that to place in the hands of tho public on Sunday morning, a clean and v holesomc paper is not objectionable upon any ground whatever. Jf tho Intentlbn of the parliament wore to return to the old Puritan Sumlny when It was both Illegal and Immoral to the whole nimnl.ion up to the .pro * vlnclul legislatures, and we await the division oft ho body In" which tho final determination of the matter rests. Sofar ns the attorney general Is concerned, no self-respecting^ minister of the crown would tptacc Itself In the position of Interposing his personal ideas between tho will of parliament and the public, but ho may very properly do, as Mr, IFul-ton has done, decline to sanction prosecutions until tho body, towhich the parliament of Canada has seen fit to accord tho final word, has had an opportunity to consider tho question In all Its bearings as It affocts British Columbia, and arrived at some decision. When that has been done tho Colonist will loyally ac ccpt the case as It will then stand, and regulate Its affairs accordingly.' Falrvllle, Sept. 80, 1003 Mlnard's Liniment Co., Limited, Doar Sirs,-Wo wish to inform you that wo consider your MINAUD'S LIN'IMENT a vory superior article and wo use it as a sure relief for soro throat and chest.' When I tell doomed I you 1 would not be without It if tho read | price was one dollar a bottle, I mean Rogers - Cunningham | Lumber Co., Ltd. m^ r Builders Supplies of Every Description Wholesale and Retail You i will lie building possibly this season, and will require Bath Room Warm Air Furnace -OB- Hot Water System We are.prepared to give you right prices and the bt-at of material. We make a specialty of this work and you are sure of satisfaction. Particular attention paid to jobbing. Phone 116: Hich (EL Wahely The Lending Tinners, Plumbers, Steam and Hot Water Fitters. ��������������e#eee�t#��tetete�ete�M44>����� anything at all on that day of the weak, except the Bible, and perhaps sermons by people, whoso views on nil points wore strictly orthodox, according to tho orthodoxy of thqso days, we could understand why tho clergy object to a nowspnpor being at the disposal ol tho pooplc on Sunday morning; but no one makes tny claim of this kind. There is nr attempt ' to say that people shall it( Yours truly, CHAS. -,  P. TILTOK. Religion Loses Law Suit. (Great Falls Tribune.) Torre Haute, Ind., March 6.-Rev. , St. D. MolTctt, pastor of a denomlna-only read a paper that is printed Uon Qt ,, ^tolng 8trlctly f> in predestination, as administrator of the estate of Frank HofTctt, kill ,ed by a big four train, was awarded Alliance, so far as this phase j gl to()(iy by a Jury ,e 8u(jd for Counsel for tho railroad contended that if tho preacher were consistent he could not ask for damages for whul. had to happen. The Jury acted on this point. � Turn Over a New Leaf for the ensuing year and havo that old plumbing torn out and clean, healthy, sanitary plumbing 'put through your house and avoid infectious diMasos, fevers and many of the diseases that come from bad sanitation and plumbing. We aro ready to undertake any work of this description, which we do fn a skillful and scientific manner. C. W.GRAY DRMYING. If you wish droying or moving of any kind done, call on us. We have the largest and best equipped cartage business in the city, with thoroughly experienced men in charge. a All work promptly attended to. Hay and Outs of the best grade for sale. Coal, delivered to all parts of the city on short notice. Western Warehou.e & Transfer Co, Ltd. Office-First doot south of Opera House. Phone 63. TOWN LOTS I Residential Lots in Blocks �0"and"F," Apply to | H. MACBETH Ileal Estate and Insurance. hile You Wait Shoe Repair Shop. Men's sl-oea soled and heeled in 30 minutes. Price $1.00. t - GERMAN West of Bentley Co. FOR Lessons in Singing OR EXPERT Piano Instruction OO TO The Lethbridge Conservatory of Music. J: GEO. HARPER, - Director It will not cost a cent to try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and they are excellent for stomach troubles and constipation. Gal a free sampleat any drug #tore. WNARD'B UftTKMPBH. LINIMENT CURES and distributed early on Sunday morning. Thus tho dominion onnct -mont and the efforts ol tho Lord's Day of the -legislation is concerned, arc'glUlooo damages' directed especially against those 1 newspapers, which havo ahvnya observed Sunday by refraining from labor as Jur as possible. "Perhaps it may be woll to coin-pare tho publication of a Sunday morning papor with one printed on Monday morning, for the purpose of illustrating how It is that, the Sunday paper requires a minimum of interference with Sunday as a day of rest of worship. Nearly alU tho work on a Sunday paper is done on Saturday. About 11 o'clock on Satur -day night the members of the editorial stall begin to leave; by midnight their work Is, or ooght to bo done, except under special circum -stances. The business ofnee is closed at ton o'clock. All tho advertise -mcnts aro in, and the business men who prepare them,' havo nothingnioro to do in that lino beforo Monday morning. Tho compositors stop work Ing at 3 a.m.; tho storeotypers short ly after. Then the pressmen come and rush through their work as fast as tho presses cun handle it. The curriers and mulling staff also come on duty, and everything is out of the way before time for an early breakfast, and tho ofllcu is closed until Monday morning. On a'Monday paper.under the law, if It is to bo allowed to conio in force in this province, tho newspaper ofllcos may be opened for work at 0 p.m. on Sunduy. In praclico this time limit vill bo un absolute failure, becauso tho gas must bo lighted in tho mach.ncB before that hour copy must be got ready, tho business ofllco staff and the editorial stall must prepare their matter and the business men must got up their advertisements. Tho telegraph ofllccs all ovor the country must bo in operat.on. it has boon suggested that much of this work could lie done on Saturday; bulonly those pooplc who are absolutely unfamiliar with tho production of a nowspnpor nnd know what it calls for from tho general public as well as from nowspnpor people, would propose anything of tho kind. "Wo ask all readers, whether thoy aro rigid Sabbalhtitnriuns or not, to judgo fur themsolvos from tho abovo j | facts, whether tho Sunday or tho ' | Monday morning papor interferes tho [more with Sunduy as a day of rost. . Weask these persons, who boliovo it i to bo tho duty of all persons , to attend church services, to say which j of tho two plans Is Calculated to j give those connected vlth tho production of a papor tho bott?r opportunity to attend church. Wo should be vory glad to loam, if wo can, what tho Lord's Day Alliance is driving at In attempting to com-pol tho Colonist, tho Nows-Advertlsor and tho Nelson News to conso Issuing tholr papers on Sunday morning, and to sot tholr employes to work* on Sunday afternoon. This is a matter to bo deult with in an absolutely frank spirit. Sq far as wo are aware, that .organization has nut publicly at least, declared that it is influenced by any doslro to promoto morality. Dr. llochoseor, in an interview with tho editor of this papor based his wholo argument upon tho necessity of observing Sunday as a day of rest; the Bishop of Columbia in a letter to his papor, made his plea on tho ground that tho law Would givo nowsboyB a day of rost. We huvo shown ubovo that theso gentlemen have not a logto stand upon in their opposition to Sunday news papers from this point of viow. What then aro thoy trying to accomplish. "As for tho future, the Colonist wishes it to bo understood that it is law-abiding, and when tho legislature has decided what it may not legally do, it will comply with the decision. It has no wish to con  tinue to disregard a statute and be protected by tho favor of vtho attorney general. But parliament has, to use a laaiiliar expression, passed Lumber Shingles Doore Windows Mouldings Lime Lath Building Paper Tar,Paper Cedar Fence Posts V ft Phone 23. Lethbridge, Alta. A FAVOMTE ItEMEDY TOR BAD IES. Its pleasant taste and  prompt cure nave made Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a favorlto vith 'the mothers of small children. It quickly cures their coughs and colds and prevents any danger of pneumonia or othor serious consequences. It- not only cures croup, but when given ns toon as the croupy cough appears will prevent tho attack. For sale by All Druggists. NEW HAS Eli ALL RULES. The rules committees of tho American and National Leagues recently met and revised the rules for the your. A large number of rather obscure phrasing* were cleared up. Olio rule uus altered to prevent any othor player than the pitcher soiling u new bull. The pitcher lis tillowcd to moisten the cover, but If any oilier player does so he is sub jeet to a fine of $0 for each offense. Should a pitched ball strike in front of the plate, and bound fair at a height by which it could be hit by tho batsman, if he cared to do so, it is to be called a ball. Bitsmen who have been in tho habit of shifting from/ one sido of tho pla to to tho othor aftor tho pitcher has stood in position will not bo uble to practice that trick in tho future without suffering the pen alty of being called out. If the catcher interfered with i pitched ball tho batter will bo allowed to become a base, runner, There hn\e been some catchers who were adopts at bothering batters in this respect and thoy must bo on their good behavior in tho future If when a baso runner is trying to score tho batsman interferes with Urn catcher at tho plate the base runnor is declared out. If a base runner pusses anothor base runner on the way around the basos the man who is over taken, is out. There hns boon somo conflict as to what umpire should decide base do {cisions. In the future tho umpires 'are to agree hot ween themscl.'es whenever thoro are two officiating as to which shall give the baso du cisions. A batsmen who Is hit by a batted ball which ho batted himself is out and does not rocoivo a base hit Clarke Griffith, who is ono of tho nsomibers of tho rules committeo, ar gucs that all umpires should be kopl out of the diamond, but withdrew his objection when it was demon strated to him that it would bo out of tho question at times to rondor decisions perfectly it his idea wore insisted upon, NOTICE. In the matter of the estate of Charles A. Gidnuy, lata of tho City of Lethi ridge, in the Province of Alberta, Farmer, deceased. Notice ia hereby given that pur  �uant to tha ordar of tna Honour  able Mr. .lustlea Stuart dated at Calgary on Monday, the 25th day of February, A.D., 1007, the creditors and other persons having ciaJma against the estate of the above named Charles A. Uidney deceased, are on or before the loth day of April A. 1V07, required to and in their names and addresses with particulars of their claims together with a statement of the securities (if any) held by them, verifying the same by statutory declaration, to the under signed advocates for the executor. And take notice that after the Mid 16th day of April the elecutor will be at liberty to administer the as acts of tho said deceased or any part thereof among the ' parties thereto, having regard only to the claims of which we shall then have had notice and will nut be liable for any portion of the aaseta so distributed to any peraon or persons of whoaeclaim tho siiU executor shall �ot then hare had notice. Dated at Lethbridge this 28th day of February, A. D., 1007. r~ ALWAYS KEEP CHAMBERLAIN'S COLUH REMEDY IN THEIR HOUSE. F REE TO EVERY HOUSEWIFE m I I I AT this season of the year the mother of a family does many things to amuse and please the household, and nothing is more, appreciated by the little "tots" than home-made toffee. Just how to make good, wholesome toffee is a puzzler. We wish to inform the readers of this paper that we will send FREE a recipe for making New England Toffee, that never fails to please. Just send your name and address on a postal card and remember COKYBEARE * JOKES, Solicitor for Executor. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Notice. Notice is hereby given that all persons requiring sidewalks and sewers during the coming year, to be constructed under tho Local Improvo  jnent Bylaw, are requested to send to the undersigned before the 31st of March next, a petition or memorandum embodying tholr demands setting out clearly the blocks and streets where said improvements are desirod. Dated at Lethl-ridge, this 23rd day ol February, 1007. By Order C. B. BOWMAV. Secretary-Treasurer. THAT Knight's of Raymond Sugar is extracted right here in the West -is sweeter", purer and cheaper than nil other sugars.' KNIGHT'S SUGAR CO., LIMITED RAYMOND, ALTA. Dcpt 113 A AA*�>�+�>*� "Wo would not bo without Chamberlain's Cough ftomody. It la kept on hand continually in our homo," says W. W. Kearney, editor of the Independent, Lowry City, Mo. That is just what every family should do. When Wept at hand ready for instant use, a cold may bo checked at the outset and cured In much less time than ufter it has become sottled In the system. This remedy ia alsowith out a poor for croup in children, and w 11 prevent the attack when given as soon as tho child becomes hoarse, or even after the croupy cough appears, which can only be done when the remedy is kept at hand. Fn� �al� by all druggists. L H. FOWLER & CO. General Blacksmith log and Horseshoeing. New buggies to order, carriage painting, all kinds of woodwork in wagons, windnvillB, fanning mills, cr�ain, separators, grain pioklers, blacksmith coal. LETHBRIDGE. ALBESTA NOTICE Notice is hereby given by "The I'rovinolal Lumber Company Limit -ed," that at the expiration of one month from the date of the first publication hereof it Is' the intention of the said company to apply for a change of its name to "The Provincial Lumber and Manufacturing Company, LtttlUd." Dated at Lethbridge the 2flth day of February, 1907. W. 0 tVBB, Solicitor far appliflait Company. Ask piuntfij Your Grocer For This Brand CAB LIVERY when you need a CAB To ro to the s'ation or bring, friends to your borne. CARTING ALSO DONE: J. G. Wiefrand Under Electric Light Office, I PHONE 179 I \ f LAY IN SOME MORE Before another rush. When you have any Ring up 108 When you ^ant DRAYING, Done promptly and satiafautorily. JOHN BRODIE to do, give us a call. Morrison & Dixon Phone-Office 180 House 160 BE SURE YOUR HORSE rttbs WLL For Dentistry/ Veterinary1 * and Surgical Wwk,'catrotfv. ' " ' * Dr. f. W. J. Jo^wl ^rid|e , � Qre4uat� et *sfe�te VtteftM* �el M a* at|t�b#qift|b�s atfr� �;________________________________ ' ;