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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LKTHBRIDOC, ALB W tOMEIDAY, M A R C H I I I Daily HeraW Printrd by the Daily Heraltl Piiiiling Ltd., every lawful evening at iU '-Round St., Lethbridge, ers. The pnpc-r token to the nui- sance ground from nobody knows where> ofteir covered with filth 01' oil descriptions, a> u senous menace us it is driven through the city by ihe A prohibiting people al- lowing THE CARDSTON BUDGET at the home of Martin sr. Mulch pfiit tuo Mr. S. ii. Woolf, o? tlie CarxKton. ;Agiicultunil Society left we Imvc hod a IiUlc snow yostordny Ha., ifarch jg l' Macbeth pointed sistaut the SLlke Supcrinteiidcnt fourth to lite im- of Sunflav Schools J. S. Parker and1 taxation. priaonniont in the Alberta pcmtcn- .Jno. F Purnsh oi the Union Board, .supports conn- ftiarv was brouKht to vhe citv on ba- I 1 encouraged the m the school. I Alberta Realty Co BE NOT DECEIVED when buy -beer. that that is pure and pro- perly the IJeth- bridge it it the most whioleftome aud in- vjgoreting beveiage -you can drink. Every oiie enjoya a of Alberta's PrWe beer with their meak or when they feol or nervous. UETIMKE UEW1NC HALTING COMPANY, LTD. To have your' food iii clciiii and refined "sur- rpuwUiigs. and to bo paid good attention, means a great deal to tlie majority of people. Coma and try us. SPECIALS FOR TONIGHT From 10 on Ro st Turkey Cran- bery Sauce. Roast Chicken. v Fresh Mush rooms and Ripe Tomatoes. Watch Working Alright? Is your watch keeping cor- rect time. We are ajJT to forget to look after 'the liealtli of our 'timepieces un- til ssomc symptoms warn ua that all is not well. Cleanli- aess is as necessary' for 'a yatch as for the body if health Sij to be maintained. Scft to it that'your watch is- thoroughly cleaned danger from friction and consequent dis- order. Bring your watch to us and let us examine it. a new Both iuvded and xve should have them right away. Kvery live citizen I realizes the need nf them and il is not Contract Display j the "Horah Rate card at "Daily Herald" Of-; thenarrow fice. cents per count line; dis- count to regular advertisers. Subject to advertiae- menta subject to approval of man- agement ot "Daily Herald." intention' to argue with SHS of 'ratepayers, who oppose every thing that is beneficial to th--> city. in the school. piesident of the i turtlay uud is now OUR POINT OF VIEW DAILY HERALD NEWS AND OF- FICE STAFF- O. D. AUSTIN, City Editor. JOHN TORRANCE, Canvasser, Col- .lector and Assistant Business Man- MISS GRIMM, Accountant. JOB DEPARTMENT. The Herald Job Department 5s the'j' -best equipped ih Southern All classes of. work handled expe-. ditioualy and satisfactorily. Walter Jordan, Manager Job Depart- Sawchuck won't .stay dead. Ho is hound to his name in the [Va- Avpnue must be up to council made no pro- vision for grading 'it. Some of the municipal exjierts on the .Avenue will venture, an .opinion. liotelmcn, who complain bars :it ten o'clock ment. IM. should -tiot, they arc In the ancient city of Quebec, the city council compels bars-f to "tlosc tit j ten o'clock -every evening and at sev- BENEFIT OF FRENCH TREATY en o'dock nights. The French treaty has opened up i new avenues of trade, for Canada, r Hates charired in the dining cars The govtrnmcnt has clone jon thc: Silwrian. Lrunscontincntal rail- much for the '.commercial interests of Canada, but the treaty recently tea and wilt serve n four course din- ner lion-that has already accomplished j Ou tho K_ woukl at least be THE HUB installed in in? Stoke'Relief Societies and ilrs. Tub-' penitentiary'. The prisoner, itha Carlson for Ihe primaries, spoke rrior, of Wolsley, Sask., was com- to' the'children nnd oncouragecl the'yicted by a. jury recently, of murder officers. in the first degree, lie was sentenc- A quartette- UMS rendered by the crt to be hjanged on 18th but visitors and sacred solos given by his commuted- to S. .M. Woolf and Agnes May. j impriso'nmcnt. The prisoner is! From 112 n very enjoyable ja young-Englishman about twenty-] luncheon was served to all yi-ars of age, who was formeilyt by the ladies of licazer. 'an inmate of Home. .The afternoon service was occupied' The "death of llcv. Krnest 'poras.' by "reports from IJishop Mark E.', parish upon the progress of the past occurred at hospital this] year 'in his ward, from the Itelief So-1 morning from "typhoid fever. j ciety President Mrs. Cox, from the' H. W. Sol by and several members j Association and the Primary' of hi.s Ihis morning Association. from the oast 'nsul will prepare for Instructions weie given on behalf j their nine trip to'the Lesser of the Young Ladies Mutual by the Slave and Vejfccjlliver districts. Mr. Stnko Superintendent !Mrs. Annie U.i Selby who-is help- Show, and in of the Young j fng "ont tjio'fifth meridian "m MeivT.y 2tul Assistant If. Russell {the north. l" Sloan. The work" of. the'boys in their .quo- rum meetings young THE HUB C. ftoss Tate Tlie Sign of tHe Watch Ford St, near City Hall Mimcim mmm WHITE HELP ONLY MEAL TICKETS-7-S5 J. M. HEDDING Cor. Smith and PROFESSIONAL CARDS W.S.GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. McQill 1' Phytician, Aceouctor Office 914 Bed path St. S3 9a.m., -2-3. 7-8 p.m. DRS. McCLURE.t, STEW ART, Sur- geon DentisU. Office'Houra: 9a.m. to 12n.; 1 p.m. to 5p.m. HAMILTON 4V YOUNG Engineers and Room Block. C.F.P.Conybeare, K.C., D.C.L., B. Morton Jonet, B. C. L. CONYBEARE JONES barristers. Solicitor, Etc. Office: Cony beare- Block. Lethbridje, Alta. 22-lyr. given the." C.P.H- diners Jan awfuJ fright. r Jn Siberia a diner only charges live cents for a cup of into with France will add ad- ditional prestige to an administra-! Wl.. for. sixty.fivc cents. people of so .much for minion. Siiinmennan, of Out., says that his city aione will benefit to the extent of .per an- num. and yet thore are 'to be foumi Betxvren forty school been 'formed in various illberta Restaurant meetings as deacons, of the parts of the- the bcgin- g men as teachers and priests, ning Of 1908 department jot was; spoken of by J. Cahoon and ,educotion ai-o being V busy supply' II. E., Wynder. C leaves in April rireat IMtain. J'.rief remarks were' ing thf schools with teachers. The Victor Wynder who greatObt difflcuity is in for a mission to teachers leaving the profession after One minute talks .OFFENCE MEANS DISMISSAL Quebec, March he was Conservatives of mediocre 'intelligence j in Quebec on Mondsy the Hon. Mr. such as Cockshutt and Armstrong, j Lemieux, Postmaster-General, who cannot see how any good result cd a deputntioD of the local Anti-Al- from the trep.ty can accrue to Can- coholic League who complained that ada. 'mnil in the country districts In criticizing this treaty, transport alcoholic liquors, vfttives arc "kicking against the 'which, in 'many cases, go to illicit They cannot realize that :inc1 'hat nieasures the treaty not susceptible of alter- IK> taken-to put an end to this abuse ation, hut 'must'cither be accepted as! TIuv hon- gentleman promised that it stnnds or rejected holus bolus. Iu' W0lllfl Pivc< vcrj- strict instructions The knowledge of international thf; inspectors on this possessed by the Opposition is very subject, and any mail carrier caught Meagre or the time ..of the House committing that offence in the future xiouid nol discussion vwild at once.dismissed.. that has no meaning anrt leads to------------------------ no logical conclusion. }fr. Foster lo a. number tii in the xipon the grmmd that Can- would not'export them. This Sli or t Orders at all Hours' Fresh Fruit and Game in season Confectionery W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. Office: Southard Block. B. C. MOORE Funeral Director' Embalmer to Presbyterian Church. Office Phone 102. Residence a short Umc thus'creating a constant j- demnnd for more; teacjiersl r j The seed grain 'bfanch of Ihe -de- j liartnicnL of ogrkulturc organized byi the Dominion andrthe provincial go-1 verimipnt are. now AUSTRIA EMPEROR'S HEALTH yienna. Marclr, Fran- Jiere the numerous applications for .seed, groin'already received. The busily at work ces Josejjh, who lias bse'n confined to were gix'en by -I'rijsidents Dace and Williams and then TTCS. Wood gaie a exhortation to the .saints to.ha fattiii'ul in their, (iuties. Anothor quartette Nceil Thee l-Iveiy I-Iour" uas given by Miss }lay Woo'.f, Sloan and Wil- liams. distribution for grain has been planujthe head passer! a satisfactory night. ?HAkKSiJiCAUE CLUB ed on .such a thoi'ough basis is no fever. The met at the home ofjiio settlor in nec'l of grain for this. Mr.-ami y.5rs. with Jfr. I year w 551 bo All home-i Devoe Woolf as president in the chair j even thoso. have not j hi.s 'rooms in Schoenbrunn castle for several days suffering from a cold in F. B. ROLFSON Room 9 Whitney Block. HANDFORD MUSIC _ MISS L. HOLLAND 'Pupil of Stratford Dawson, of Mont- real, wishes a limited number of stu- dents for" Piano Study. teaclier) method-used. Terms moderate. Adress 116 Ford St. Phone 247. L. M. JOHNSTONE Barrister and Solicitor OfTice adjoining Union Lethbridge. .Bank. 23-lyr Some members were present, i lost their rrnps IKJ given grain j The grain me uo.s rendered as fol- on application mtd farmers who arc; lows: Character sketch of Henry, Trince of Wal-is, liy S. Vocal 'solo. "A. Woolf, in iieu of a sonnet. Heading of Acts 1 and 2 of, 'Othello by the members. meeting tvill bo held by invitation of the president fin.incuiHy able m for seed i but who ran get -a gocid snpph' in j their ov. n district catx also benefit by the government's scheme. One of j the most. no{ icca bio f features of the scheme is that it be extended al- so to now sot-tiersi coming in this FORMER H. B. FACTOR DEAD I. Winnipeg, ifarch I John i Tnylor. a retired Hudson's Bay fac- died here yesterday, aged S3. j gentleman forgets that he once ncgo-1 tialwl a'trcjity 'with France which .T. provide that Canadian tvls should! 1.1-I'M I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I be tipon tiic favored list. KEEP STREETS CLEAN T The council did well to give their j thought to the paper, nuisance of the! city. months ago the sidetracked the advice of the TIcaHai OlTicer in the matter because there; was not money enough to buy and erect some iron posts and wo-! von to fonn u paper corral, j Whether the health officer's' plan for abating the nuisance is practicable doubt, that some inr'jqwn.sive way .ov'coitsminin'g the pa- per and other inflammable refuse can be