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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta A^'frtiiesday. March 22, 11)11. THK LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALP Page % The Best Work at Right Prices J. R. Van Haarlem Rear of Wright's Jewelry Store GARNER IS A RATEPAYER OF THE CITY f'has. (laitror, Intcrruilionul Bnnrd Meiiilipr of tlic I . W. W. of A , wntos the Herald us follows ; With your kinil pdn-.Lssioii allow ' tiif al llijs IJiiU! It; hike opportnn jily (11 replying tu Uii' slaU'uiciil niiulc �liv Kx-Alil. I). KiiiK, in rt'lfrpnuc In 1 niysc'li not u ralcpaycr in tlic icilv 1)1' l.t'llibridno ami nllu'r niallrrs I m i'onncclidii widi Mi-. Kinp hcinf;; ii Ciinriifliilc tor miinifipal honnrt, self. 'IS sec ,how far he put Kif s(i-eall(i(l .I'lriiiciples aiiopert.y situated on '2'2ll Hitli street, I north. If I am not ilie owner of tliar 'property and paid oity taxes ammiiit- vantage of tliem in ever> way possible. Of course, Mr. King might try to tell .some people that he did not know about the conditiomi of the mine, yet he shipped the men ilowii there last winter from Lethbridge, and shared in the non-union Inbor spoil. There is his pa.st rerord in regard iu his priticiples and prdicies as a union man. .Vow, t.his .same man, .Mr. ing to $2nce at Knox Churrh last nliiht 'It will be an everhiHtlng gain, wheu f'on rind you are (o be ini-ued out of }onr tertiTKJi-ar.v-frouse l^ere on earih. lo be able to eiitor the l>�aiitiful man-nion thai Is'pi'eiJarpd.Jor each ami even- one of youi" the isrigdoni above.' The sefrniou was bused on (he Sec-ond Kplfet.le to the Corinthians :i. 1: "For we know that ;f our earth'., toiijip �if this tjibernacle wric dlBsol'eii we liave a building of (iod an liousJe not made with luinds, eternal in the heavens." St. Paul rhc author of thoi-'e Avords was one of tlie greatest seholai.-. in the "history of the world, but by Trade he was a teniniaker and U is Millable that he should choose his 11- pre.sent home you would be looking foi-another house. Have you a place for your soul to abide when its m city ! I wonder what kind of law^s would they be. If 1 understand Mr. King tightly, judging by what I have read of him. when be was an alder-)uaii. it would be criticizing the work of the resv of the city eounejl and having no policy to reciify n. U is an old saying hut a true one. "-Nnv lime a resideni of the city I thought '.jit was only right for me to e.vpo.se rlbly I '"^ ''alepaycrs at large, more es-liouse the body is no more'.' Have i''^'"''"V workingmen, the princi-(fool can ptiil down, bin it takes ymi a divine inheritance as Sl.pici and past record in regard to la-; wise man to build up." Paul gpeaka of? If not, why not.' hor unions of that would-be aspirant ; m conclii.sion, let me state that tor All that Is necessary is to compLv with I for miitiicipa! honors JOx-.Md King, 'the benefit of Mr. King, it Is quite the divine conditions. It is .Uist like j .\t the last in.unicipal elcetiun in lustrations Irom bis daily occupation.; p,,i^j. ,, j.^,,,. g,,^,, j^,,^ assured of true I have never met Mr. Wilkie upon eoniplylng with the conditions neees-!|||p ,.i,v ,1,;,; ,ould-he nspiraiif told ilie public platform ior the reason sary lo transfer your cltizensbip from! n,,, [.eHibridge Trades and l.abiu; ! Uiat irv time has been taken up look one eountry to another, l.eave off foi-; , ; .^^^^^ in,;e,,.sls of the tnen I lowing rhe banner ot the old master,: ., , , , . . , . , , � . , sin, and swear allegiance fc^a mightier 'i'^""""-^ '>' ^^^^ a iriend , represent. Hut just as soon as I and a more powerful master in the "' la'""'- 'I'"' 'le believed , have time 1 will sure be only too Kingdom of the Lord. You will not bo I'rinciples and policies, that j willing and glad to meet him Thank- turned back as an "undesirable." .Mr'"'. Mr. King, was a union man him-' willing and glad to meet him. wlio will may eome, the only renulsii e ' .�_____.....� , . - for eiil/.eiiship under Ihe banner of; .(esus ChrLsl being faith la Hlin. Save yourselves by the protection that banner can offer. Put an insurance Town is Active-Another Bank May Come-Will Race Track Go? ' {Speefiil lo the Herald). ! Cranbrook, n , .March i) -t'raii- \ brook has for the last week or u-u days been favored with glorious 'spring weather ami with the -oin-urencenient of the spring season ilu-looked for building activities are materializing. The. excavation work on ti\e new rianNoti Block has coiiunencetf and -several important alterations In different parts of the tinvn are uiidpi w-ay. The plans for the new IJoininion Ooverrment Past Oftice and Customs OlTices are expected shortly. Persistent riiirors credit the Bank of Montreal with tJic intention of oping a branch ofTice here this spring. The application of Ihe Cranhrotvk  lohbers. Ltd , for permission to place a .siding across \'an Home Si . will be submitted to a vote of the electors in the cour.se of the next three or four weeks There seems lo he some danger of Cranbrook losing its race track' and athletic grounds. .Some of the largelv interested shareholilers in the old company have left the city and the company are con.sideri]ig Ihe advisability ot having the land, which Contains about 'i-i acres, sub-divided into resitlential lots. The .-VgricuHur-al .Societv. however, are taking the matter up. and it is to he hoped that they will be able to make arrangements lo retain tliis properlv for its original purposes, as it is now prac-ticallv the only available ground. BUYING RIGHT OF WAY The relation between the soul and �the body is .-iiinilar in many respects io that of the man and his tent or Iiouse. VVilhoui the man the tent tiiands'iniiiaoVible. It is subject to his win. So is t!jae IXxiy sub.iect to ibe toul. When rhe sOul Is gone the body is dead. Then jusf as a tent is bound lo decay and disappear no matter lion-iatrongly built, in rhe same manner tbe Jife of the body is Rnuffed out like a -andle no wader If it be of phenomfu-nl streuKth and pass the five score mark. It is one of the indisputable laws of science thai we must return to the earth; dust lo dust. There is Jjoihing permanent hern on earth. However, it is a psychologioal fact lliaf even among the heathens, ihe mind letuses to give up the instinciive Idea of a lite hereal!ter. 'I'he heathen believe that they w-il return to earth ,-i.gain in some form of nature as a lion if be has been good on earth, or as an insect or worm if bad. "Where are we going when our present house 3S dissolved? If you were sure you a mansion In ihe Oreat Fieyond." During tbe service, MIbh Baft sang sweetly "O, it is wonderful," and the singing throughout the service led by iMr. Weaver was hearty and heart-1 reaching. FOR A NEW RAILROAD j summer, if the road is going to be hiiill at all, but the promoters will have to overcome a good luanv oh- WORLD NEWS AT A GLANCE tiaston Monvoisiu has confes.sed d (Special to the ITcruldl. I'indicr Creek, March 'Jl.-Consiiler .jable interest was tnaiiifestod here on ' .'VIoiuTi'\y, when it became known thai i slacles before the work of grading Charles Kergte, manager of the Wcs-'will ronimonce. j tern Coal A Coke Co., Montreal, to-^ WhWr on the topic .,i railway mal-Igelher with Mr. Merriiiuiii, chief cii-' jl ,j.,j j,^ .^taiiMl that Iwo of . . giiieei of Ihe Kooienay it .Mberta ! ,,ui- leading nrcu slated, publiclv the uuiidertng Nicolas (;iova>mi m W; ,-,j|,,,,(. ,,,, ,, hers, had reat^i-^,,,^^, Uu-y had assur- "il'cg. 'I,.,! iip,.,' that inoriiiiig and proceeded j .j,,^,,.^ caparv that the .Mberta Richard Iversnii, of Metford, Mass., , ,1 Heaver Creek Mr l'"frgie. ' jijjcinc road which formerly was dnh- who is practically llie head official of ; j^.f) ,1,^ pjncher Creek. Cardston the hue. along uiili the others men-1 ^J,J,^^;l,.^ jailway, will be heard irom tioncd, are at pi^senl purehasing the ! f,,,,,|,,(.,-. [| conjeetured tli.it right oi way for the road, antl a : .,| ii|j,-|y ,|,j!es of the road will report .has it that llic( arc encoun-I |,,j|,, xnasou. tenng some difliciilt ies. which, per-j ^_____ ha|)S. were not uuforseen. This is all I hat can he acciiralcly said of tbe Uea\cr Creek divisiiui of the line lor the preseiil, though, as usual under such circumstances there arc some | Evaryone .refer, vo her as one ot has been appointed parks superinteiid-eni af , and .\ rcliie MltiUell, of Indian Head, .Sjisk , was appointed consulting superinleiident hv tlie city council .\esicrday. JIarolil W. Ri]ry has been rleclcd by acclamation to hll an aUiermanie vacancy in Calgary City Council. l^-v R. M Pope, a superannuated Methodlsi minister, died at HcUc-ville, Out. The. Coaldale Restaurant Is again under New Management GOOD MEALS 25c Open at all hours day or night i Her Secret { Wly SiM Always Looked So Young MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN. Manaser. PHUNE:�4C Four nights Maude Henderson and her big company To-night and To-morrow Night " Dora Thorne High-clats Vaudeville between acts Prices 50c and 35c. Gallery 25c MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN, Manager. PHONE e4ti g " Friday and Satiirdaj-, and Special Matinee Saturday March 24th and 25th D. Hope Leonard's Spectacular Operetta ALICE IN WONDERLAND 250-Men, Women and Children-250 Special Sceneo'. Ne'w Costumes. Special Electrical HJffects, under the auspices of the Sons of England and Daughters and Maids ot England. A REAL TREAT FOR ALU Prices-Kveuings, $1.00, 75c; Gallery noc. Matinee-^Adults BOo; Children 2Sc. COLEMAN UKED AMATEUR ACTORS who amrm. lha the road is goinp; to' '""st attractive women in town. , , " - : Jt wa�n't jiei- features, for while regu- be built right again, but these niav i lar, they weru not unusual, But the be clas.sctl with those who .""'�"""^ �\\'lieii asked lioiv .slie kept It so DON'T LIKE RESTRICTIONS London, .March lit.-At the annual meeting Vnt.s- of headst that would tiB .lu.it a.� attractlvfl for Hlreu-toiiB soon liTlhii.s the Hair and sco.lp Into good courl'ilori, your N'.v.il DniBf .�tore will cheer-fullv Biinrfini''p l^irsutoue to do all that is ciaite.fd iov it. and cvnrv Wo* man owes it to herself to try it. SOLD AND GUARANTEED BV ALU LETHBRIDGE DRUGGISTS Pinclier Company Played to a Big House-All Were Delighted (Special 111 Ihe Iterald). i'oleman, March 21 -l.asi nigbl to a crowded hoii.'ie the Pincher Creek tlfJeratic .'-iocicH pre.seiited the .Nautical Comedy, the "Belle of 1-iarii.s-lapoole." The coinpan.i' consi.stcd of thirty-three peujile, twenfv-one of whom appeared lui the ,';tafte These were as.sisied hv a iwelve-piece orchestra, probably Ihe best that lias ye I vi.siied CoU'iiuki That the entertainment which all tlirou(;h was of the slricllv high class kind, wa.s greatly apprecialeil minht be .iudged from the loni!; and often repeated applause of the audience, �which at times rose alinosi lo the deafcninj!, point. i\)ani' fiom oul.side points attended, about iKctitv of whom came froirr (.'ow-le> . while Rlairtnore anil Frank were well represented The perforn.ance of eacii member of the Company deserves praise for Ihe splen did prcscntat i(Ui. The entertainment Kif^ .tjrcatli eiijo.ied by all and manv lieliei-e it lo be the best lhal has ever been .iriveii to a rolciitan audience tither towns visiieil by this compnnv will he assured of a t;rp.a\ treat. MATINEE EVERY DAY FEATURES- Cosy London ) Mike, the Housemaid Depicting all placet ef interest A roar from beginning to finifh World News One for each everyday attment WINNIPEG STREET RAILWAY MEN WANT SHORTER DAY Winnipes, March IK,-The employees of the Sirpct Railway liave taken a stand for a nine hour day, and w-lll work hard to secure II. They have not said they will .ilrike If the demands are not granted and it is believed that the recent experience will prevent fhotn from abandoning their Ifositions. Action has not yoi been taken by the men as a body with regard to the increane thnr was granted by the company this week. When It 11 Mall, fur trade com-luibsituier for the Hudson's Bay Co., .i.skeil for the resignation of .S A. Kin;;, the local ilistrict olTicer at l-^d-monton. Ihe ivhole .staff, including a nephew oi one of the directtus of the company, wa^etl ooi anil refused to return. Sixteen hundred pas.sengers left. I Toronto yesterday for Ihe West.. Tlic iiostoirice department of the 'rnited .states has ludered that, as far as possible Sunday work shall cease in the posiollices of the country. The wciniens sulTraiie lull in the � Ontario LcRislature wa.s killed yes-icrdm- by I'letiiier Whitney. Tiiere is a possibility of the Ll."ier-.al opposition in the Manitoba Lei^is-laturc .ioininc: with the Cloxcrnmenl in rcfusme; to accept the terirfs oficr-ed b\ the llnminum (iovernment in . connect ioii with the extension of flic j provincial hoimdarirs The (irniiil Trunk V'acilie have announced plans for the erection of si.x .grain cleuilors nf ten million bushels capacil\ each at i\est l''orl William. , The.sc will be able to handle t.lon cars uf (train d.nlv The cslmiates hrouj:hi down in the Manitoba I.CKi.slatiire yesierrtay Oro-( vide for .. five them a fair trial. . They have regulated my stomach �iid beweU. I am euted of conBiipatiol^ and' I claim the; have na ei|ual aa  nudi-K cine." For over half a century Dr. MoneV Indian Root Pills have been cttrinK ooa-'-stipation and clogged, inactive kiouncyt, with all the ailments which result trMi. them. They cleanse the whole syatea and purify the blood. Sold awijrtm. at 25c a box. t 4 ONLV- CHILD'S FANCY IRON CRIBS With brass trimmings and all wool mattresses. Repuar price $ir,. Sale price-complete S8.50 1 ONLY-KITCHEN CUPBOARD With high glass doors; in surface oak. Regular $21.nn. Sale piice only- S15.00 2 O.VLV-- NICE UPHOLSTERED COUCHES Regular JS.OO and Sale price- S6.00 I OXLV 5-PIECe PARLOR SUITE Ipholstered in plush; regular ^26.SO. Sale price- S16.50 Only a Few Days More to Clear out the Great Bankrupt STOCK OF THE LETHBRIDGE FURNITURE COMPANY PRICES WILL DO THE WORK W. L WILSON IN CHARGE rime is a full assoitiii��iil left. Come as there will be a riwli for these goods at the al>o\e prices. 1 ONLT- 90LID OAK BUFFET B. E. fioialj. Regular price $5i.5Q, Sale price- ,o.xv-535.00 OAK COMBINATION BUFFET i*, CHINA CABINET Plush lined drawers, leaded xtAB% ftvjtu; ret- |(iO,00. Sale prioe- S39.00 SIDEBOARDS FROiVT S8.75 UP. CHIPFONffiRS PROiW $8.50 UP. BEAUTIFUL PORTIERtS Only 5 pairs left. Reg. �12 & |1� a pair. Sale price-- .7.5 " $7. NTce Writing Desks in EJarly R;nKlIsh finish; from $6.35 up. FOR SALE-Blectiic light tlx-lures; Remington Typewriter; horse, wagon and haniess. ;