Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
LfTMIHIDOf, A.L0IIITA II, Dtfiy HertU by I every lawful eveainf at Round St., Lethbridje, alberta, W. A. fOCHAHAN, Di> Daily, oae year, delivered..... Daily, fix uwcth, delivered, LM delivered.. IJt Daily, one month, delivered M Daily; by mail 3.N Daily, lix by mail I .Tl Daily, three, months, by mail J6 ".Teekly Addressee changed as often as de- 1 aired; but both new aud old address with- drawn; by- the. chUdron 'ol pobtwr, rpntfl during iho hard of was still deposit. Those who had previously opposed the SCIIVIIKJ conducive to stinginess Were loudest in its praises, declaring that instead of spending their money foolishly on themselves, 'the pupjli? saved, it to purchase things of valuo either for themselves, their parents or friends. The -provision I thut tho depositors must give their reasons I'or withdrawing their money gives the teachers a chance to adyiso in such matters. The general opin ion Is that tho penny banks encour- age industry and thrift to a wonder ful extent. It is.known to have.had beneficial effect in stopping? such nab its as candy-eating, gum-cbowing am The World of Labor Man AAAA AKHJT. DAK CODMC1L enthusiastic and representative meeting of thc retail clerks was in the Labor Hall on Monday oven- ing last. Thos. S. Harold. DUtrict for thc American Fedcra-1 it remained lor Dad's Council to make tion of Labor was present, and ex- thc plunge. Paat Councils have had The Councils for several years put have been atanding shiveririf on thk edf e of the icy pond of a vast expen- diture for and side but cigarette, smoking. must be given: Subscribers will please remit with order which should be given for term. Express Order, P.O. Order; and Bnnk Money Order. )rdera. may be direct or. through; any newsdealer. Address commun- ications to THE LKTH UR1 DC E HEBALD, Lethbridge, Alberta, Ca- nada. (four friends who favor us with man- uscript for publication wish 'to have- rejected articlea returned must in all cases send stamps for that .purpose. .NOTICE TO. SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers who fail to receive the Daily Herald will please .notify the business office, by.phone or other- The mpney saved pnablcd! plained the benefits of organization. At tho conclusion all present signi- fied their intention of forming a lo- cal of the Retail- Clerks .'protective Association by signing'.-tho applica- children to keep their parents through the hard times.of the.'.present winter. Another practical. beiK-Gt derived is that the senior pupi.lfj who do.the banking- are much, in demand by banks iiud other financial institu- tions because of their prueticftl ex- perience in mutters. In fact yiere is not. .any. thc schemp, which cannot be met with a little study of the facts of the mat- ter. In" this western country and .in. a prosjjcrous irity like Lethbridge the tendency is towards cxtravagaupo and thoughtless expenditure. TUP. penny (or nickel) bank would go a who were unable to be present, a committee- appointed to wait up- on them, and been kept open the for charter fee has two weeks, but feara that if they made the 'plunge the owuld pelt an'd mud at them while they were in and We'exceedingly miserable. However, Dad's has" what. MMMMMMIMI AUtTftALIAN ONIOHS CALIFORNIA CAJBAOf GRAPE FRUIT LEMONS APPLES wise, possible mo-, lon towards overcoming such a rnpnf en thnt nrorunt mav I B meat. BO that prompt delivery may be.eusured. Fo ensure change of contract adver- tUemeat in the Daily Herald, copy be sent in not later than 6 p. m. of the evening before publication. Transient display ad- vertisements will be received up to 10 o'clock a. m. of the day of pub- lication; and want advertisements up to 2.00 p. m: ADVERTISING RATES Went cent a word each insertion. No advertise- ment for less than 25c. Six cou- secutive insertions for price of four. abbreviations, ind "c" marks, each figure and words count as.iull words. When replica are to be forwarded send 10c.' extra to cover postage.. Terma bash. Birthf, Marriages, and Deatrti-50 cente every insertion. Contract Display Ad vertisemtn fo- liate card at "Daily Herald" Of- fice. cents per cqunt line; count to regular advertisers. Sukjtct to advertise- ments subject to approval of man- agement of "Daily Herald." DAILY HERALD NEWS AND OF F ICE O. D. AUSTIN, City Editor. JOHN TORRANCE, Col ..foctor and AMistant Business Man agtr. MISS GRIMM, Accountant tendency. The School Hoard; the Teachers' Association and the Liter- ary Societies of the schools would do well to consider tho scheme and pro- to adopt it. OUR POINT OF VIEW j A Calgary despatch to Winnipeg spoke of the order given by Immigra- will be closed permanently, ut their next uxjcting when it takes place in the Labor Hall oa the last Monday of this month. That the retail 'dorks were only waiting to be organized was amply illustrated by the rousing ing held Monday night.- Very few associations have the same benefits as the Clerks Trotective As- sociation and it goes without say- ing that the new local will be one of the strongest in the city. I wish them every success. Scott was elc'Cted interim president and Allan Ritchie sec'y.-treasurer. A party .consisting of II. Nicholson. H. A, Maveety; J. B. V. G. Younghusband, and Thos. S. Harold had recently the1 pleasure of un un- JOB The Herald ion Agent C. ilair to get seotl wheat )r South Africa as beinff. aii inquiry or "wheat from this district." Gal- ury is at it agnin but it is news excursion through the Gait mines. Thanks to the courtcfiy _ of the local United Workers of America, D. Quig'- ley, Secretary Chits. Peacock, and J or Mr. 31air to "know that his LuriOn- Procured the net includes Calvary. Just imagine Calgary being in the immigration district whose headquarters ere at .cthbritlge. Greed of fame hath ov- erreached itself. permit, the party, had as 'their the right men in the right place. The way that cage clown into.tb earth was somewhat startling, bu i 4 t the plunge, shivering is worse than the plunging. Not one word of complaint has 'been uttered, no mud or brinks have been hurled at thc frogs in Dad anci his coun- cil arc wearing a satisfied Hiuile, that smile that express a sense of having done something xworth while. This old city'will hardly know itself when it all dressed up witli nicely graded, streets." and swell cement idewalka. The. ratepayers on the avored utreeta will be so proud that hoy will liave Ihcir names set, in the Cement in.' front of their houses tike sights to bhow the visitors ill be and miles of walks with no apologies for protruding nails and rotten scantling hain't the thought of that, just haw :ul nice? And just to -think we can have i all for a mill on the dollar. what Aid. Macbeth .said in his report. But I hardly believe him. It isn't going to-, make us whack up an awful lot but a mill will -do it on ,an assess- ment of tkureefand a half million. A mill the dollar means thirty-five hundred dollars. The city's share of the streets and walks is Thirty year debentures for at cent, will eventually cost about or about a year, which the above mentioned assessment means about a mill and TODAY- He Batkj Co. IbL IHNttlS 10 lota. Luge. pUatered itabke for 0 chicken house, nil fenced, near track. Price cub, balance easy. PEOFE5SIONAL CARPS W J.QALBRAITH, y.O.C.M. Office 914 Uedpath Bt. 'Phone 53 Iiefore_8La.iii., _8-3. .7-8 p.m. THE HUB u c H Jas. UcL'aipr will make a good rep- resentative of the teaching profession on the Senate. He received pretty solid support fro in the south where he is well known and appreciated; One great and important profestiip's, in this province was ovcrlooyed In the nppojntments L.y the gpvernuient one did not get much time to think I Proceeding to the wash-house the par a half on the dellar. Of course the as- t were 'fitted ou wih tho necessar sesfcment will keep Increasing so that ty were fitted out with tho necessary lights and and then .-the work of piloting the way through thc- labrynth of tunnels or passages was This, is no joke to ;tho unin- itiated, unless you double up like hulf a iuoun your, head is likoly to suffer. It would have .required quite a quantity of chalk to mark all the DEPARTMENT. Job Department is the beat .equipped in Southern Alberta. of work handled expe- jiitioualy and Batisfactqrily''. Walter Jordan, Manager of the Job Depart- ment. IM. the University Senate and that was journalism. Connected with leading uewspapers of this province arc two university, graduates, W. M. Uaxidson. OL the Calgary Albertan ind A Watt the Edma nton Saturday and cither. of them would, have gi .service on To-have your food in' clean and rcBned sur- roundings, and to be paid good attention, means-a great deal to the. majority of people. .Coma aud try us. SMCIALS HMt TONIGHT From 10 on Ro Saiice. Roast Chicken. Fresh Mushrooms aud Ripe Tomatoes. our repair we know your shoe troubles GERMAN BcatleyCo. URS. ycCLURE f STEWART, Sur- geon Office Hours': 9a.m. to 12 u.; I p.m. to 5p.m. x r_____' DR, C. c7 CRAGQ Phytkian, end Office over Higinbotham's Drug Store Phone Office 125., House 94. Office to 11 a.m., to 7 to 8 p.m. THE HUB THE HUB'! Photos DR. O. J. COURT ICE DtntUt Graduate of Northwestern Univer- ity, Chicago, 111. H Office JL.to S., Whitney Slock Rodpath I UNIVERSITY SENATE The Alberta in its ap- pointments to the Senate'of the un- iversity has displayed! commendable and fairness. -Tho men chosen. _ are all leading "Albertans. They are well distributed politically, j but, it is hardly likely politics was, considered, in flic selections. The University Senate is too important a body to be loaded up with pivrty favorites. The appointed and elected members Kive a preponderance of elected rep- resentatives to Kdruonton but the graduates are to blume for that, not the government. The men. nominated by the government are well distribut ed throughout the- province. It is.worthy of note that the np- I For-thy first -vacancy, on., the Uni- versity Senate tlic, Herald would resr pectiully nominaUv K. X. Barker, of Cardsion. lie would make .a splen- did representative of .agricultural in- terests. He is a mun of'brilliant parts ond the -government should keep him in mind.. btams that were, struck. Everything :Was minutely explained as tra.- versed through the mine. The pumps are worked by compressed air, and there an: quite number, the water _beinp deposited in dams. The seam of coal is about five'feet-thiclti practical demonstration was given of 'tho manner in which the coal is tt en -out. A called a "coal puncher" is erected on a platform on which, an operator-sits. A pick is placed in the muzzle of the puncher, air is switched on and there you sare. The-way-that puncher goes af- ter-the coal or slack is a marvel, and. the way that machine will go neVvea of the operator will jasing doubtless in years the debenture would jaot cost.more than a mill. But what's the diff? o one's got a kick whether it is a mill or a mill and a half. I haven't been able to get Dad to venture an opinion on the-proposed Citien'.s League. I guess he wants to see the animal he says he likes it. From what I can gather, Dad to like it, because it is going to help hiiiT give the good govern- ment." 0ad may not think he needs any help but a little brotherly counsel will The League is ot kickers, or growlers, or faddists but an organ- ization of, public spirited citizens who are going to Jteep, tab on things, make" suggestions on rnunicipal matters, help the Council to know the opinion of the public and. to act as a buffer between the Council and .the malcon- tents. Of course, if the league is con-, trolled by the perennial crop of kicker aldermanic candidates i that 4 M UEilCH KSTUJIHT 1 WHITE HELP ONLY MEAL ,J.jU.. REDDING Cor. Smith HANDFORD HAMILTON YOUNG Engintert and Room Block. K.C., 8. Morton Jontt, B. C. L. CONYBEARE 6V JONES Barristers, Solicitors, Etc. i .Office: Conybeare Block. Lcthbridfc, AlU. W. C. SIMMONS Advocatt, Barrister, Etc. Officer Southard Block- B. C. MOORE Funeral Director and, Embalmtr to Presbyterian.Ctiurcfi. Oflice Phone 102. Besidence 136. The choicest Winter Wheat grown in America ['goes into Tke Talk of the Town Our Best Flour pqintccs are not all professional men. Some sound and progressive business men. haye been chosen, notably R. J. Hutchings, the well-known Calgary manufacturer. John A. McDougall mayor of Edmonton, by all odd? the most prominent business man in Northern Alberta, J. J. Gaetz, si leading. Red Deer merchant and E.K Strathy a well-known and influentia 1-acombe business man. With men o this character on the Senate the in tci'ests of the great mass of the peo- ple will be looked after. These men with business ideas will see that the taxpayers of tho provfnce get the! worth of the money invested in this agree that Jus- the right man for j a11 that is comin5 him. As fast as-the slack, is picked out it is ro- Kvery person ice S-tuart is Chancellor ot-the University. lie is erudite man. time after a brilliant course in, Toronto. Univcrsi- he was on the-.teaching stafl thjit we'll known institution. also be a marvel.- A man. that worfcs down to ignominious defeat lhat machine for hours deserves every year iwili be. a curse 'to their oj OFFICERS OF REGIMENT QUIT C., Eiall, commanding-the fifth regiment A. and all his have tendered their tions as a protest againt officers community. But if men con- trol it will be a great boon to Dad's It ia unquestionably the highest grade Pateiit' Flour ever produced Dlison Milling Elevator Co. ltd. Raymond Lethbridge moved by a'hclper', this is com' Council and to the city as a whole, plcted the man with the powder] takes the matter in hand, and in an incredible thc coal is rea- dy for loading in trucks and sent on its-way to the surface. ;Thc'way tho railxvay works Each section is in telephone communica- tion, and the mine Ls nicely illumin. ated with electricity. The way the the treat- party attacked the coal for -the pur- F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitney Block. MUSIC MISS L. HOLLAND Pupil of Stratford Dawson, of Mont- real, wishes a limited stu-. for Riano Study: V (Paderewski's -teacher) method used. Terms AdreM 8JO Ford'St. moderate. Phono 247. From all accounts, the last Council Aid. Ivea poked al good deal oi fun.'at Dad. for cham-i. pioning the labor men's contention that the cityN unskilled laborers j should not- be allowed to. do union men's work: Their particular kick was over thc fact that Hugh Scott took his gang of. sidewalk builders ment- accorded them by the depart- pose of carrying off a souvenir would j over tnc north ,-Ward to build the ment at1 Ottawa. It is understood J have made the average miner green] that, sergeants have-'decided: to follow with en vy After taking a look at I tlie course taken by their officers. Thr j the horses, and "they looked in splen- trouble is oi long standing and it is did 'condition, the home trek was bc- thc alleged neglect of the authoritiea i gun-" Reaching the wash-house a nec- 10 provide.-the regiment with proper facilities for carrying out the annual training. OPERATED P. P. Toronto, .March A. Thomp. son. M. P. P., for Wtntworth, vna taken to the KcnerRl hospital last night suffering from a mild att'ack of ussary wash-up was taken, followed by the upward journey. On. terra firma hourty vpth of thanks was t tendered to the pilots for the pleas- ant and interesting trip underground, a distance in the. vicinity of three miles being- travelled, thc journey tak about three hours to complete. today. important institution. It is only fair to say that the other mem- bers of tho Senate will have tho same object in view but a Senate compos- ed wholly of graduates it wilt be generally admitted would not have been ..favored, by the people of the province generally. This district- has two exceptionally able and well .qualified representa- tives in the of Dr. Kennedy ,Prf Galbraith. They are univer- sity men with good practical ideas. appc-ndicitis. He is reported better j The front halls of the Tem- i pie have overhauled, j The papcrhansprr nml painter has cer- tainly rooms, and ll doubth'ss be by the large number who take of this spacious and comfortabte meet- SCHOOL SAVINGS BANK One of the very necessary things chilrircn of this ngc should bo taught is how to save.money. The wLsc expenditure of money should also be a part o? thoir etlucation. To accomplish these "ends sovera? years ago, penny bank: V.-HS or- ganized in. the schools... of several large cities, and the results attained have .been most gratifying.'- A few davs ftgo, the .innunl rnecting of the directors of the bank in connection the Toronto schools -was ,heW and the opinion.s expressed- at that nw..taff may fairly be- RS those of otbw places as well. Althrwsjh a. swarwcuis SAW f AIS mi CMMBTSUIW sns Aft. 1 ItW VTIfW IVBf ing place. I little cabin for the hose reel. Dad that he hadh given orders that labor should be done by city laborers as he maintained-such labor was dear at The chairman of finance with an eye to saving the city's shekels thought there was no use hiring work if thc city's employees could not do it without neglecting their other work. Anyhow; thevshantjr ia built and the main kick ot ihef, people about the thing is that it is where it 13. Who- ever is responsible-for. having it put on the front corner of the gchoo] ground thought to berogated. bailt by skkwalk carpenters its long suit is strength rather than beatttf. It certainly pre sonts a nice but to even things up the- Schools-Board shoul exits in tkc s aLso in A city T t I take earliest opportunity in strongly objecting to thc attitude of with regard to the employ- ment of unskilled labor to do ear- pentcr work. The aWcrman thinks that it' tlw city .wive money .by using its own laborers to do the car- penter work ,do pro- tlu> work could-be well done. f qualified his .state- ot} let it go at that. The position tak- en up by the Mayor was the correct thing, and why -were" dis- obeyed seems to me to want some explanation. Perlwips some alclormen will explain of the Of CANADA I If no'oneofour 138 Branches is within easy reach of you, do your Banking by mail. "Deposits" may be made, cash withdrawn, or any other, business transacted in this way with perfect, safety. Write for particulars. 1 is sufficient to open a Account, oa which interest will be. paid 4 times a year. LETH8R10OC BRANCH: J. LETHBRIDGE '.Quut nO. C. B. P.' O. E. ttts 2nd and 4th Tuesday -f each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. M. VRIE8T, E. R.. fecreUry. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY Meet in the HMl.creiT sec- and fourth Mondays in month. Employers requiring Hcertificakd en- gineers, out of employ-' mcnt_, would do "well to with ROBERT NEVIN, ChW. OKU. HKUCE, StecreUry. .EDITOR CANDIDATE Kincardine, Onl., March Bnice Liberals today J. S. Hvn- editor of the Canadian Reporter, their cftndwtaie.