Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHBRIDQE, A L fa ft R T A T H U R S b A Y , M A R C H . 2 6 , IdOft. liTe Daily Herold tent with Itoliling back .some of tlU! items In liis departmental nstlnmtes witli (lie untlerstaiidlnKf that tlioy eoulil (liMtuss the whole inntter on tlu\sc itoms whon all the information was at liand. Hut. instead of that, they plunged into a trial of endurance. They refused to pass a .single item of tho department under lire. They demanded that the government-the majority ".should make a most hmniliating ami unreasonable concession to tho minoril.v, on pain of not being allowed to do business. .Vny govcrnmont composed of liuman beings, would take up such a challenge. It would provinces to suffer any jx^rmanenl loss by oven a complete failure of TRIMMED TO,HIS LIKING John D. Crimmin*,Tells St. P�lrlck> Day Story, but Doubts If It l9 a Nisv/ One Car o.f speak little for its back-bone if it did not. The result -.vas that the opposi tion kept parliament .sitting at great cost to the country through three Dakota and other states. Hut the weary and empty days while they present so-callwi failure is not a cir-' protested against a minister who specifif'l term. Remit ty Expresfl ''^'"""'""'^'^ cause any great alarm, couhl not turn ou', informnlion fa.tt-Order, P.O. Order, and Bank Money or discouragement, to say nothing of |er than his clerks could work. Order. j Iho despair and ruin so blatantly 1 Obstruction is the heaviest.piece of Icationa to THE LETHBRIDGE' .position. it is. moreover, a gun must be given. Subscribers will please remit witl order which should be given for a HKRAl.D. Lethbridgc, Alberto, Canada. 'If our friend.s who (uvor us witli innn-UHCript for publication wish to have rejected articleB returned they must in all cases send stamps lor that purpose. . NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. .. Subscribers who fail to receive the Daily Herold will please notify the business ofllce, by phone or other- ^ wise, at the eorlie.st possible mo-! nient. so tluil prompt delivery may be ensured. To ensure clinnge of contract advertisement in the Daily Herald, copy should be sent ip not litter than 6 o'clock p. in. of the evening before publication. THE MULLOY FUND The Herald asivs its readers kindly ' Parliament. to refrain fr, While grateful to tho (Jlobe It is. ; which can very easily blow it.'^lf to I pifci's. At Westminster, it ha.s blown I itself to pieces; and that is a free At Washington, tho very fili'ces have lieen buried out of sight, ami the minority lies helpless" at the feet of the majority. The opposition should think of this be-forif it runs out its hundivd-ton cannon to brush away a lly. It the minister positivel.v refuse i > > PURITY IN ELECTIONS and all who subscribed, J cannot re-icct the opposition to make the most of it. Mill it will only weaken its power to attract putilic attention to great wrongs if it insists upon (lagging the fast ox|)ross of parliament every lime .t wants to ask n mail clerk why a letter iias been delnyod. Calgary Liberals Willing to Act with Conservatives with That .Object In View Swift's ^ � 7 Meats & Lard On track Today The Bentley Co. Ltd. Wholesale and Retail Phone II LETHBRIDGE North Ward i 10 lots,. "G-roonied cottn^e,. ' plastered stuble (or 6 horses, chicken house, all fenced, near track. J?rice $1850. $850 cash, biilance easy. PINCHER CREEK BUDGET Wants Experimental School-New Drug Store-A Lodge of Eagles OUR POINT OF VIEW As an evidence of the way in which Pincher Creek, March 25.-A meeting of the board of trade was held the Orientals are watching this conn- i "s'' night, and a good turnout of tr.\-, a recent Korean newspajx-r con- members wa.s present. The question lained a detailed account of the! niost imporUmco taken up by the Christinas night ant i-Chine-se fracas j board was that of the government distribution of experimental schools DAILY HERALD NEWS AND OF-r\CE STAFF- C. D. AUSTIN, City Editor. JOHN TORRANCE, Canvasser, Col- ..lector and Assistant Business Manager. MISS GRIMM, Accountant..... JOB DEPARTMENT. The Herold Job Department is the best equipped in Southern Alberta. AH classes of work handled expeditiously and satisfactorily. Walter ! Jordan, Manager of the Job Depart-! uieut. Telephone 106. in this city. The .American government is going lo make a bison preserve in Montana, and has the i)romise of twenty head from the .Vmcrican Uison So-' ciety. 'J'hey hope lo have a herd of i n thousand in the lifetime of the pre-I sent generation. Wouldn't Theodore and his government just love to haVcl the four hundrofl we got last year'' of farming and it was thought that tliis district was entitled to be represented and the board of trade will work lo that end. The Dominion Comedy Co. showed to a fair sized house Monday anrl Tuesday night. The entertainment for its kind was good. They an showing here again tonight. There was a meeting of the Council ; held in tho Council chambers last Calgary, March 25.-.Vt tlie meeting ol the executive of the Liberal association on Monday niRht n letter from A. O. McRae, Ph. D, containing a resolution favoring pure elections was read and discussed. At the conclusion the secretary was asked to send the following letter: Re Federal election: Dear Sir:-Your letter of tho Hth inst., nd this connlry. What is sui>posed lo lie a tlespateh from Uc-gina, Snsk., is beiTig published in the great American dailii'.'^, among others tho :\IinneapoIis Sunday Tribune and the St. I'aal Daily News, giving a vivid at'coiiat of Die 'grain faniinu" in Alberta and Saskatchewan, and .speaking ironically of the claims made for the country in the udver-lising given by the government and the land eonipaiiic.s. "It was cither governnienl aid or crash," is the .statement of tho despatch. 'J'ho Canadian government nor the land comi>anies nor the press nor the most enthusiastic settler in the west will deny thai in uuuiy parts of the west there wa.s serious damage caused by the frost last fall. Jtul lo say that the country would have been ruine,;,t ed his slafi' as jiroparing t.ho rest, able for si-vd. ] hern was not a point..... ' ' " North Dakota Man Invents Machine i of Great Benefit to Farmers j Columbia Kestaurant Open Day and Night FRESH OYSTERS Candies, Cigars, Japanese Goods. Meal Tickets $5 per Week Next door to Coaldale Hotel ALWAYS FRESH We make daily deliveries of all our bottled goods, and we can be depended upon for absolute promptness with all ortlers. If you want the best, for purity and flavor, ask your dealer for our bottling. If he can't supply yon wo will LETHBRIDGE BREWING & MALTING COMPANY, LTD. C.F.P.Conybeare, K.C., D.C.L., B. Morton Jones, B. 0. L. CONYBEARE & JONES Barristers, Solicitoia, 15tc. Ofllce: Conybeare Block. Lethbridge, Alta, 22-lyr. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. OOlce: Southard Block. First-class Cafe tN MR HOm DINIHE RODM Short Order Between Meals CARROLL & DOYLE B. C. MOORE Funeral Director and Embalmer Olflco-Next to Presbyterian Church. Office Phone 102. Residence 136. F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitney Block. 30-0 .MUSIC MISS L. HOLLAND Pupil of Stratford Daw.son, of. Montreal, wishes a limited number of students for Piano Study. . hescheti'iiky (Pndcrewski's teacher) method used. Terms moderate. Adress 810 Ford St. Phono 247. up to Coleman to be present and' assist in the ceremonies connected with the burial of Ed. Carson, who was killed in the mines at Coleman. Dr. Geo. Malcolmson was down from Frank on Tuesday and returned home today. J. A. .�Mcxandor, of the firm of Ormund and Alexander, received word today of the death of his father. He leaves for the East tonight. J. K. Howell, who h'ds been in ho drug business here for the past year is returning to Montreal, where he will open up business again. Mr. McRae, of Maclecd, intends Sarles, N. D., March 25.-William A. Leitch of this place has invented a grain shocking machine, which, if his claims are correct, will save the f.umers immense sums. The invention consists of a small machine that can be attached to any binder. It takes the bundles as they fall from the binder and carries them in an upright position to a table. This table rotates step by step and builds the shock in much the same manner as it would be built by hand. It makes two complete revolutions and then, by an ingenious device is part-ee detailed to represent accused. voustic properties - of. the House of Commons, uro resppiisiblo for tho unl-vursal niisapprohonslop. regarding the stalenu-nt mudo yesterday by John Morley, scorctnrj- of States for India, in the matter of the difllculty regarding Iliiidu migration into Brl-ti.sh Colunibin. The Kccrotury docs not coiitemplnto sending �n envoy to Canada as wus mistakenly reiiortod yesterday but Ijo i� busily engaged with :viackoii7.io King tho envoy deputed to get Britain to assist Dominion Oo\eniiiiciii in tho hope of bringing to an end if possible "ihls' ox-.tromoly Uilllcult, iiitrlcato and possibly dangerous ftHuatlon." Think It Over Flour is the cheapest-of idl foods. Why not sell the best even if it is higher in price ? Our Best Flour Has stood every quality test Ellison Milling & Elevator Co. ltd. Raymond Magrath Lethbridge T T GORED TO DEATH Cobourg, Ont., Match 25.-A. H. Atkinson, a well known terrocr of Dartford, Percy township, was gored to doalh by a bull. The lerta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lots North of the Railroad anil West of Westminster Rd. FROM ^1 EACH $150 Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, $300 each TERMS BASH One-third cash, one-third 0 rapnths. balanoo 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per oimura IppI) lllierti liiliiy ind Irrlgitloi Co. (Uad Oepirtmeot), Litkbridge, llti. Meets Ist and 3rd Men days in K. of P. Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brelliron are cordially invited. B. G. DAVIES, W.r. 24-ly T. .T. WHITE, W. S. Lethbridge Nest of Owls Lethbridge Nest ol Owls. No. 159. wil! meets the second Thursday ol each month in K. of P. Hall. G. V. 8T0RKEY, Secrelaary. C. ROSS TATE. Vreaident. M. PRIEST. Junior Past Pres. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 298. Sons of England Benefit Societ) Meet in the KniKlits of Pythiits Hall BVpr^'.Br�t anO tbird Tliurs^luy in tlu' month Dt 8 p.m.. VlHilliiK brnthruu ahs^a^H wel lonio. Wnltisr Applcb.v, Vreil T. Itoblim, Sec. \V. rrt'siOBUt. BoK 67. 9-ly LETHBRIDGE. '.DOut NO. 36 C. B. P. O. E. Meets 8nd and 4th Tuesday if each month at 8.1,6 p,m. : : : ; E. A. SHARMAN, M. PRIEST. E. R, Secretary. -Lethbridge Lodge No. 3~ NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEEflS Meet in tho Labor Hall ovev-y see-und and fourth Mondays in thb inonth., Employers ro-iuirlng ocrtiflcatcd en-giheers, anii engineera out of employ, mcnt, wouli do wcU to ooihmunicate with UB. IWBERT NEVIN. Chief. MEQ. BRUCE. Secretary.-i 44-lyrd-w Stratford,' Ont., March 23.-Misi; Jtfargaret Sin,\th, aged 06 waa kllloii' by a G. T. R. train fljilq. driving across the tracks,. ^Oftrlior home at Shnjtespearo laSt night.