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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ICTH BRIDGE, ALbtRTA TUEADAY, MA (I CM 24, ytn Daily Herald Printed by' the Daily Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at iU office, Round St., Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Marufini Di- and Editor. ftubtcription Alberta. rate ,there was no necessity to go outsido thp province :until'it was known that the lotai "supply was not sufficient. Xo buyer was placed at the NEWS FROM BOWVJLLC T. Uolcui is putting some improve- ments on his house. B. A. is fixing up his homo centre of Uui grain area, but I since his return from Idaho. rather at Colgary where the provin- cial department did not think 'there wat> enough irra'm raised to -Justify the holding of a local seed fair there. word comes tho.V enough Dally, ouo year, delivered...... M.OO [untouched. has been purchased other places to all orders while the supply of the best grain available js practically 2.00 1.00 H is true that tho demands for Dally, BIX month, delivered, ,Daily, three delivered. one month, delivered Daily, one year, by mail Daily, six months, by mail Daily, three montha, by mail Herald, one year ,r Addresses changed as often as is also true that Mr. Cast! sired; but both new and old address broupht over from England, Sc .35 i seed grain were not as heavy as an- ticipated, It is also true that the amount of grain In the west for seed is much larger than was anticipated. 3.00 1.75 .85 1.50! must be given. Castle ha's Scotland and lli'lgium three hundred thousand was visiting his father and brother. Joe Williams in a load of wheat Friday and Mr. Hickland, our Bowville singer, accompaniiKl him. Mrv'M'. Oliver is down forty-two feet with his well, lie has some wa- ter but he intends going deeper in the hopes of striking oil. The Bowvillo sports held a base ball meeting on Sunday. We expect Sunday ball here this summer. J. C. Girlie and D. McAlphinc visited on Friday. Talk about being loyal to your col- ors. Take your honorable president Mr. John Wall, as an example. He MA IN MINE AT GOLDMAN CO CARSON STftfJkCk BY A A WCDOIMO-IAGLEft VISIT -K FINCH tR CREEK will please remit with 1. ls of order which should be given for a term, Keinit by Express j so niucli the worse. Kven if al Order, P.O. Order, and Bunk Money] he had not found it necessary to gopp Order. rdera drove all last Wednesday night just oats. That oa.si or to Knrope for grain, to help get a railroad through here and to charge Thursday night. of the literary irdera may be sent direct or through j R 0 f p any newsdealer. Address comniun-j ications to THE LETHBKIDGE strfift place to get the best Ihirns seems to betaking Colcuian, March night a glove content, to last 12 rounds was "pulled oil" in the Eag- le's Ilftfl. '1'hfr- principals wore Kiu Scott, a colpredj lad froin Calgary (tlic same who boxfd and Charlie .Bur- rows, of Frank, brother of the cham- pion welter-weight Jim burrows. The 'was doubt lei somewhat elated his victory over Duvis and so entered tlic ring with a light, springy Kid HEHAI.D, Lethbridge, Alberta, Ca- uada. [f our friends who with man- uscript for publication wish to have rejected articles returned they must in all cases send stamps (or that purpose. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers who fail to receive tho Daily Herald will please notify the business office, by phone or other- wise, at the earliest possible mo-1 A pt-nisnl of the swd .Siumnur.v of Particulars Winning ami Comnunulabl'vi in sonicdistant dances but overlooks step ami a fonfide-nt btnilo. Burrows those- at homo. entered in his old time manner, as if The "dunce over at Wekhs' last Thnrstlay night was en joy txt by two eof our locuj }lr. Chas. Smith the job on hand Vas not a very ser- ious proposition and he not nig to worry over it. When timo Seed Exhibits at Scx-d Fnirsfns is- ciareenco IVqroff. If there is a was called tho men came to inn cen- clunce within twenty miles Bowvillc trc of the ring nfnd sparred for an sued by Department of Agricul- lurt> would show him clearly that the grain is'to be secured in. South- ern Albertiv H is hard to find words to (U'scribc such U'.ssiu'.ss, or gross Large o Consignment of GENERAL Dry Goods Just placed in stock Inspection Invited The Intkj Co, Lti. tail LOTUS ilHtfiri 10 lots, 6 roomed cottage, plftttered stable for 6 chicken botue, fenced, near track. Price caah, balance easy. IS OX.-.THE MAJUCOTL All OKkrs SlricUy meat..'so that prompt delivery may be ensured." To ensure change of contract adver- tisement in the Daily Honifd, copy should be sent in not later than G o'clock p. m. of the evening before publication. Transient display ad- vertisements will be received up ic 10 o'clock a. m. of the day of pub- lication, and want advertisements up to 2.00 p. m. ADVERTISING RATES Want Advertsements-One cent a word each insertion. No advertise- ment for less than 25c. Six con- secutive insertions for price of four. Initial letters', abbreviations, and marks, each figure and words count as full words. When replies are to be forwarded send lOc. extra to cover postage. Terms cash. Births, Marriages, and cents every insprtion. Contract Display Advertisements- Rate card at '-Daily Herald" Of- fice. cents per count line; dis- count to regular advertisers. Subject to advertise- ments subject to approval of man- agement of "Daily the sliowtxl in irn'rlouking this j trict and going to outside points to represented. Mr. Will 1'itts is still assisting Mr: J. Clark in his harness" shop. .Mr. Snyder and Mr. Hitchcock were 'broke clean. Burrows then drove his in .Lethbridge on Monday getting a [left into the Ki'd's breast and before load of lumber. Mr. Snyder expects ho could recover followed it up with get UK- seed that t'oiilrt have bwn supplied in this district. haps tho whole amount of three hun- dred thousand bushels of oats 'and (lie quantity. of wheat Lsary could not have been supplied But a vory considerable, por- Itk'ii ot it is here and there is no dis- count on the quality. opening. ilurrows led off with a blow- on the chin. Scott countered but fell .short and a clinch followed. T to erect general blacksmith shop in FJowville soon. Mr. our enterprising bus- iness man and stage driver Is going to put in a full line of machinery spring and Slimmer, Mr. Thompson, secretary-treasurer of the liuilroad Improvement League xvas over on White Ave. to see Mr.. A; Williams, our delegate 10 Calgary This government grant for the seed j unfi wrote, to'; the editor of the Leth- grain is Ix-ini; nscnl by the enemies of ihe country to give it a black eye. If it couU! be said that the seed grain necessu'ry for sonic parts was supplied.'by other p.irts of the west, tliis attack could the more easily be ino'l. And' it is up to this official to explain why hi? had not done his best to do this. From this district with its quantities of good seed grain for. which there has been no demand by the government offic- ials it looks like culpable negligence to say Uiu Iriist. bridge Herald to find "out how much there is in the railroad question. We think it proper to call another meet- ing before our delegates leave for Calgary. Mrs. McIJroom. and a friend attend- his right to the chin. The Kid was down and out. lyiug helpless on the floor while the referee slowly counted out the fatal ten. Time was a min- ute and teif seconds. The Kid is cer- tainly game but was outclassed by Burrows. Saturday at 3.ttO p m. a very ny event took plate in the Episcopal church, when" Elizabeth Derby- shire and Mr. Crowder were united in the'holy bonds of mutri- mony the Hevr E- II. Webb in the presence of a large number of rela- tives and friends. After the ceremo- ny Mr.' Uafl took a photo of the Bridal group as 'they were descending LITTLEFIELD RESIGNS Rocklarid, Me., March sen- sation wag caused in political circles here by the receipt by Governor Cobb of a letter from. Congressman Chae. E. Littk'fie.id, tendering his resigna- tion as a'member of the" Congress to take effect on September 30 th next. In the same mail 'was ledgement to the chairman of the sec- ond district Republican Congressional committee from Littlefield. In the latter, he gave as the reason for his resignation his desire to resume his raw practice. PROFESSIONAL CA1DS Phyajccan, .AccaiicHar Oftic" 914 RMtpath 84, Before 9 a.m., ft-3 7-8 p.m. DRS. McCLURE.Ii SJEWAftT, Sur: gcon Dentistf. Office, 9 a.m. 16 12 n.; I p.m. to 5p.m. HAMILTON f YOUNQ; and Survey ara, Whitmy cd the Xorth Star Literary church steps. They then drove last night. The literary far surpass-1 to the home of _the bride's parents, ed any of the season. The program where n bounteous repast was spread was .exceptionally line. fciAting until! A very" bad took place in twelve o'clock mid a croud that :thu m me _ Saturday afternoon, when could not find standing room let a piece of rock fell from the DAILY HERALD NEWS AND OF- FICE O. D. AUSTIN, City Editor. the jiailwav JOHN TORRANCE, Canvasser, Col- ..lector and Assistant Business Man- ager. MISS GRIMM, Accountant. OUR POINT OF VIEW the chairman of Coniiiiission, is a man j of outstandmsr obilitv. He is. dis- lintruishrd for hi.s absolute fairness Canadian people .brilliant service on alone sitting room was there. There was music and song. Mr. Ryan, the famous'.song and dance artist, was the -on program. There was also a fine by Miss _Swart7.figger. i George G reene, Engvald Dahler, jnnrl Leon Burns, attended the dance tit Klinor last Friday night. 'reported a good time. JOB DEPARTMENT. The Herald Job Department is the bestrequipped in -Sotiiljcrn Albortu: All classes of work handled expe- ditiously and satisfactorily. Walter 'Jordan, Manager ot the Job Depart- ment. Telephone 106. They the Board of Railway Commissioners, j jj, .Little Ethel liurns has been very -grip this past week. Behnie Brandvold and Will Fry roof of the room in which he was and .struck Ed Carson on the-back. The. rock is that which lies between the "coal and the solid roof and as the distance It had to fall was probably1 feet the ex- tent of the jnjury may be imagined. The injured ,man was taken to the hospital and for a tiaio strong hopes were entertainod for his recovery but the internal injuries were too severe. He expired today (Monday) about throe o'clock. was a native of Ladies' Tailored Garments made to Order and Measure hMs Nn Latent gi Cormit Fitting, Material, Nevr and Exclusive Two Cimettts Made Alike. If you to be and cor- rectly ffuwued The Hadley-Roberts Co. A CompltU_Line of Stationery, Con fectionery and Fruit Bananas arrive weekly from Spokane Phone 211 Phone 211 Columbia KeMaurant ALWAYS FRESH We make daily, deliveries of all.our bottled, goods, and. we, can, be depended upon, for absolute prompt- ness orders. If you waut the best, for purity and flavor, ask your dealer for oar bottling. If can't supply you we will LETHHIXiE BtEWING 4 MALTING COMPANY, LTD. B. B. C. t. CONYEEARE 4 JONES rR, Solicitoia, Kte. Office: Conybeare Block. LHhbridu, AIU. W. C. SIMMONS AdvecaU, BarriaUr, Etc. Office: Southard Block. B. C. MOORE Funeral JEmbalmar to Office Phone 102. Residence IJM. F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room f Whitn.y Block. First-class Cafe TIKI wramKirtt rai Shirt Order Between Heals CARROLL DOYLE MUSIC MISS-L. HOLLAND Stratford Dawaon, .of llont- real, wishes a limited number of stu( dents for Piano Study. Leschetizky (Paderewhki's teacker) method used. Terms Adrett 810 FeWst GROW SWEET PEAS The Ilornld's stiffgcstion'-some time iitfo'that an HorticviUiirul Society be organized in the city has received ironst'dcriiblc' attoution from the hor- ticult'uralist.s of the .city. Some of the uninitiated seem to have the idea that it is a sort of charitable institution for -the good of the works should object to Lethbridge .spending for the pame purpose. If ve were to spend according- to pop- lation, wo would have appropriated early half a million. Such''is not the case however. if the society is properly nrgn'nized and receives the right kind of support, each member not, only gets his mon- ey's worth in actual real values but receives two dollars for his one. Xo other organization could do more to beautify the city. The ex- change of idens would increase the power of its to improve their own properties. The difficulties experienced by one member could be explained awny by another on IForeover, it could organize a plai for the .systematic beautifying-of the diy as well as the. individual prop- The Red IJeer Advocate has just is- ued a colonization number which is a.distinct-, credit'to The Advocate and Red Deer. U is printed on the Inest of paper and the illustrations sliowup perfectly.' The reading mat- ter is exceptionally good and tells in a most interesting and effective ill'about-.the'' line farming district as well as about tho flourishing town itself. Hilma back from school next -week as they ate too busy in tho post of- fice and store and they can't get along without her. An addition has been-built to Mr. blacksmith shop which will be used for a machine shop. The walls are up for Mr. Snyder's blacksmith shop. 3ir. Haivor and Mr. John Johnson went to Lethbridge this morning. Mrs. John Johnson. has been ill with la grippe this week. ONE OF THE BIG ONES (Region. Standard.) When Frank Oliver attended the anniversary" convention of the Cana- dian Press club, ho went there as a pioneer as a politician or a minister of the crown. Neither did he put on lofty airs and try to look big. Mr. Oliver is one of Na- ture's big ini'ti and condemns affecta- eral Otter, chief the suggestion wi, arm erties on a comprehensive scale. The Herald would offer a stiggcs tion for si start. It is that the cit should have n sweet carnival thi summer, Last year, Bozeinan. Mon tana, adopted marveHous resnlts It is simply this. I fc wenty.five thougand every a reir al cents worth of swcvt peu seeds July neU jn with tho Tor- r.nd plant, them along his fence. A i celebration.' small amount of labor will do thej planting and the plants. V.hat wtlJbc thr rosulf la-1 stead, of a few fences like Dr. j in the city, there would; be hundreds to delight the eye, sxveet- en the jiir. and hide oft times unsight- ly lenres. .lust imagine how beauti- ful, thin rity would w with such a result, from sv little labor and caVe by cvvryhody. Talk'it. isj' it up. Can't Avoid Increasing Already Heavy Indebtedness St. Petersburg, March Ko- kovseff, the minister of finance, ad- dressing the budget committee of the Duma Saturday announced that new loans were inevitable despite Rus- sia's already, heavy load of indebted- ness. He mentioned the double track- ing of the Siberian Railway, the build- ing of the Amure line and the re- quirements for national defense and famine relief as alone involving an of placc on Wednesday when all three societies will take part in the cere- monies. Saturday night the'following offic- ers of the- Coleman, Acricr Xo. 11-1Q flitted to IMncher to. organize an nerie there' P.W.p'j T. Harnes; W. P.. A. Johnston; C., J. Stevenson'; Con., II. Gate- J.O., J. I.earrigan; O.G., E. Pugh. Tho team of A. Patterson, Cooper. R. Kosan, W.-Smith, G. Hardy and P.. Morgan. The organ-j ofTicer was the forAl-' bcrta, T5ro. Jlenry Hal. They report a successful and inter- esting time, sixty .candidates corning forward for membership. ,After the ceremony of organization thc_ visit- ors were entertained- by the new mem bers of the Pinchcrl-'Crccfc Aerie. Today the town has been Open Day and. Night FRESH. OYSTERS., Candies, Cigars, Japanese Goods. Meal per Next door to Coaldale. Hotti tion and shams Of all kinds. OTTER CHIEF OF STAFF March 24.-Brigadier Gen-1 ooo.OOO, annually "for" serial yearTto fillctl witli men frpm_ other mining comps along the eaat from here came to Coleman looking ver work. TwentyTfive .came from Belle- yuc and others came.- Lille, Hillcrest, and from Frank, other places ii in i liiiiiiinm WHICH LAW IS RIGHT Presbyterians of Nova Scotia Dispute Catholic Order on Marriage WILL MR. CASTLE EXPLAIN? Occasionally jt happens that an awakening is due some person placed in charge, of nn important work by thc.jrovfrnme.nt. One of these is Charles C. f'astle, the chief purchas- ing flgorit of the seed grain for the government. It should have been known-to a man position as AVarehouso Coinmissioner at; Winnipeg that Southern Aiberla had the larg- est proportion of trr.iin suitable for] sotHj nr aii the- that the grain; was- Ihn prnr'f 1hfit i large quant ities of it; were for sale for swr, Ifc should known also that with the available, y MpC seod irrain in SontheniT thcr.ij I, MJt to go to Grents Rri- lain or Trincc Edward Island io get SHOO Fl.Y ROCSERS STEa GO CARTS DOLLCABS SAND PAILS GARKN SETS 4, Are a few if tW vrinb faraf tW last few JU m Halifax, X.' S., March The Presbytery, of Halifax has appealed to Lieut. Governor Fraser protesting against the recent announcement of Archbishop McCarthy with reference to .mixed marriage, in which it was j declared th'at such marriages not eel- j [cbmted by Catholic priests shall bo [John D. I null and void according to decree of', [council of Trent. The which are shut out and.have been for some time. Mr. Benedict of thc'.Coleman Mer- cantile Co. returned' lost night from his trip to reports lots of snow in the that in goinp over part of his property there he found fully two feet of it to wade through." He ima.'decided' not to sell just at present, his property .being in such a .spicndid location as to make it a most desirable property indeed More new up in town, or rather to get'lots on which to build have to go to the outskirts of the'town. So Cole- man grows. -_ NEVER TOUCHED IT WHITE HELP ONLY MEAL t J. M. REDDING Cor. Smith and Redpeth 11 You will find it a reward in itaeirto go to tbe Hub for your meals and' short orders THE HUB WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPER A N C E U N I ON. Meet in Methodist Wesley "Church every third Friday' in ihernfonth at 3 30 p. m. Visitors always welcome. MRS. A. E. HUifPKRJES, Prea, MRS. 88-0 c ADD I SON Blairmeri, Alta. FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND BALMER Office 'Phone rPhone- and. 3rd Mondays in K. of P. Hall at 8 o'clock. Think It Over Floor ia.the cheapest of all foods. Why not sell.the West even if it is higher in price Our Best Flour mj Hag stood every quality test _......___________ -9 __ Dfeft KH ft QevatDT Co. LU. Rajneod Mafrath brethren are _' S. a DAYIES, W.P. 24-ly T.v S. of Qwk of Whiskey T i j JLinj A rc50yt-0ry i says this law was applicable nearly j Augusta, Ga., March D. 'three hundred and fifty ywvrs agoJBocMoler, in an inierricw to- jwhen Roman Catholicism held on the declar- prcmc authority, but todny it lhllt he pfohibi- otherwise. is not a Catholic! tion, saying thnt'it in uplifting j country and the Lieut, Governor is i tendency. asked to decide whether the law oi[ nm" geuing lo Rn oU msn (the Council of Trent or the present j sakl Rockefeller, "Wt "t urn of Nova Scotia rule. and ghd thal l hftye 'j, never touched whiskey in my FARMERS WANT RAILROAD "T favor prohibitioa Sask., March j es- of the Cottonwood, Stoncy in the south, it keeps h- hkach. Eagle Uke and {r0m thc the .11 this city through those districts wcurc' thc fn the direction of Calgary. The pe-1 titioiw are. beir.g circulated and Count Tolsfcw'a' health been IMMIHIMMtllltfl'f be very largely sfcnort. Sly restored. tttrti Mm ail hrtatiH dim f WVHRV W vMMNH W w -i, -1 Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET Uthbridfe Owls, No. -159, meeti the'-" Mcond "Hfureday'' ol month in K. of P. Hall. G. V.: STORKED, Secretaifj. C. V-'A M. DRIEST, Fret. Lodge Pride of AlberU, ITofm in and tfcinl Tlivrviay tW lit 8 p.m. brvtanm A F nd. 1 W. fmriofnl. 'Bar 571 Hi OTNv W VAi iT Also a few Acre East of Westminster Road, each One-thinl cash, one-third 6 12 S per cent, per annum IW Hk LETHBRIDOE C.. B. f.. O. t, d and 4th TueMUy 4 month t E. A 8HARMAN, M. PRIEST NORTH-WCIT STATIONARY ENCUMtEUt Keet in the Labof Hafl and and Icmrth fineen, and enfixera :ncnt, wwMdido well. to with M. ROBIBT KEVIN, QEO, BRCCE, Siratiord. Ont., Hard! Si Manranrt. Smith, afc4 IS WM by a G. T. It. train while across the tracks near her .Shakespeare iM ;