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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHMUQI, FRIDAY, MARCH 27, (ill HeroM Printed by the Daily Herald Printing Co., Ltd., everys lawful evening at its office, Round St., Lelhbndge, CunuUd. W. A'. BUCHANAN, Maruginf Di- rector and Editor. Subscription Daily, one year, delivered 14.00 Daily, six mouth, delivered, 2.00 Daily, three mouths, 1.00 Daily, one month, delivered .35 Daily, one year, by mail 3.00 Daily, six months, by mail 1.75 Daily, three; months, by mail .85 OUR OF yntf opponent in 1 ton'will be -the 'HynUiann all ritfnt clcct'on night. A headiue in a Chicago says that a man shot nt a rai aud killed a woman. Nothing is said at Ln whether it was the rat in the worn- fiii's hair or not. In the last Dominion election Dick Sccord, the opponent of ..Hon. Frank Oliver in Edmonton lost his deposit. Tho new 'Conservative candidate is u lawyer and nil he etui expect to lose is his practise, Herald, one year 1.50 Addresses changed as often as de- sired; but both nexv and old address" must be given. Subscribers will please remit with order which should be given for a specified _ term. 'Hem it-by Express Order, P.O. Order, and Money' THE CARDSTON MIMCT rr CaidslOli, Mau-h af- ternoon and was devoted to liniv in Oi Svuiw Olil" One of the best signs of permanent spring is the presence of geeso. Large flocks may be found in the stubble- between Stirling and Raymond, th Pioneer. Other largo flocks will IKS found invading uews- temporary'' us we) 1 as herel of ore "permanent" Cardstoiu'ans. Tiie Liuiieh Aid ui the Presbyterian Church gave a farewell to at the homo of Laurie. The chief idea in the amusement of the {fliesIs for each to endeavor to the greatest number of tit- les of the boo' fi lends )leascd to wclcoiui" them back. iloubt ihc "Siar" contain er" .to" the siatlou Uuighteis arrived MMMMMMMMMM nil airounU their sojourn in tho CHILD BURNED TO DEATH HuntsvillcV 6lu., Mai eh iive year yld daujmtri of Fletcher, of'Rimm Cliffe set hoiij-e on fire., 1W night while %play inp lound'the kitchen stove the p.irenU were ub-ent. She receiv- ed fatal injuries dying an horn. PREMIUM Hams Bacon 10 Jots, 6-roonied yl a stem! stable for 6 horses, chicken Jiouso2 nil fenced near track. Price cash, balance easy. Alberta Realty Co iS.ONjrHEfMABKET wise, at the earliest possible uio-ius some, hold, arc, on the other hand inunt. on Hint nrrmint. mtiv _' _. ?____ so be ensured. prompt delivery may To ensure change of contract adver- tisement in the Daily Herald, copy should be sent in not later thini. 6 o'clock 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, aud waul advertisements up to 2.00 p. m. ADVERTISING RATES Want One cent a word each insertion. No advertise- ment for less than 25c. Six con- secutive insertions for price of four. Initial letters, abbreviations, aud. "c" marks, each figure and words count as full words. When replies are to be forwarded send lOc. extra to cover postage. Terms cash.', Births, beneficial to the organisms and act as u kind of human food, helping to sustain the heat of a person's body. H was at a dinner of physicians most (lvv of whom are also qualified as den- tists', that a discussion arose on this subject and the decision was come to. One of them remarked that he always oticed a great increase of cases of cntal carosity among children m (a fractured piece of hosier} with durniiig by Mrs. Barker etc.- The first prize; for the larg- est number of titles correctly inter- preted went to 3lUs McLenhan, the guest of honor. To Miss Purdon the booby was awarded. Mrs. R. Ibey most difficult title to .one solved "The Lady of the scv- eral necklaces, badges and medals be- ing tastefully worn. There were present Mrs. Whitcman, Mrs. Mrs. Stiicpoole, Birkett, Mrs. S. 11. Campbell, Mrs. Mrs. Beach, Mrs. Toffcy, Mrs. llanna, Mrs. Jno. Turner, Mrs. Beck, Mrs. Van Brown, 'Mrs'. Dpcncer, 7 NOTICE In the' matter of f'haptor Q of the Statutes of Alberta. 1W7, an Act res- IRjcting preferences Marriages, and 50 cents every insertion. Contract Display Rate card at "Daily Herald" Of- fice. Local 0 cents per count''Hue; dis- count to regular advertisers. Subject to advertise- ments subject to approval of man- agement of "Dully Herald." _.. DAILY HERALD NEWS AND OF r ICE 0. D. AUSTIN, City Editor. JOHN; TOR RANGED Canvasser, Col ..lector and Assistant Business Man ager.' j. MISS JOB DEPARTMENT. The, Herald Job' Department is the equipped in Southern Alberta. "of work handled eipe- Vlitiously and satisfactorily. Walter Jordan, Irfanageroi the Job Mrs. Leigh Young, Mrs. Mrs. E. Harris jr., and Mrs. Ibey besides- Misses McLenhan, Purdon, and Stuart of the he holidays, owing to their over-in-! school in sweets. The all agreed, The second sociable was given by Annie D. Snow in honor of the ever, that except in the case of of her brother, Mr. Frank sons suffering from diabetes or dy- leaves shortly for Ar- spcpsia, sweets are not nearly so izoua and her husband Mr. C. E a.s is generally supposed, and Snon-, uhose destiuation will soon that if people, and especially child-! Great Britain, rcn, took .the. simple precaution of The -beautiful: home .was a blaze o washing their teeth three times; a and in the mem day, .cspecfally at rising and going to bed, they would spoil them. Sugar ib a caloric, or heater, and a pound nf in sweetmeat consumed by one person day is calculated -to keep up the bodily heat. Some reservations, however, wore made by the doctors in regard, to j chocolate which contains a greater j amount of fatty matter than sugar. Indeed there is more fatly or substance used in the manufacture of chocolate than in cacao, its essential basis'. Chocolate should never eaten by people inclined to dyspepsia kidney troubles or sluggish liver. In all .other cases "a moderate amount is not harmful. by insolvent poisons, and in Uie matter of Charles Cooke, isolvent- debtor: NOTICE" HEREBY GIVEN that y Indenture made under and by vir- ue of the said 'Act, dated the 9th of larch A..D. 1907, the said Fmder- ik Charles Oxiki- assigned all personal propi-uy, real est'ate, redits and effects, claims and de- nands, and dAts tlue him, to me, the tinst for the benefit if his creditors. Dated at the.. City of Lethbridge in he Province, of Alberta, this 14th lay of March A. D. 1908. T. K. PATTESON, Asignee. Tie Benttej Co, ltd, iiri Irttii Pteoe IETHIUKE Ttlephone 106. COMING CABINET MINISTER A young man who is bound; sooner or later to figure in the public life oi Canada to a greater extent than he" does now, is Mackenzie King, dep- uty minister of labor at Ottawa. Since he assumed that position at Ottawa he has done a'wonderful work for ihe industrial classes of this No man in the Domin- ion is better informed on the great labor problems of the day than Mr. King and rio one is 'devoting more time and study, with the object in view of improving the condition of the industrial classes, than he is. His splendid success in settling the claims of. the Japanese after the riots in Vancouver .brought him into prominence arid greater favor with the public and if he succeeds in his present mission in England, where h is to impress the British -government with the importance o coming to some arrangement for k ing the Hindus, who are British sub 1 jects out of Canada, it is almost ccr tain he will .be called upon to entc the cabinet. Though young in years he has proven himself to be possess cd of statesmanlike qualities an there is a doubt but that would be a distinct strength to th Liberal cabinet throughout the entire Dominion and more especially among the laboring Classes, who have long since decided that he is one of their ablest "and most influential friends. LAUGH (By Ella Laugh, and the- world laughs with you; Weep, and_you must weep alone or the sad old earth must borrow -its'mirth, But has troubles enough of its own. ing and the hills will answer; Sigh, it is lost on the 'he echoes bound to a joyful sound, But shirk .from voicing care. Uejoice, ami men will seek you; Grieve, and they turn to go. They want full measure of all your pleasure, But they do not need your woe. Be glad, and your friends are many; Be sadr and you lose them all. There are none to declind' your ncc- tarM wine. 1 -f But alone you must-drinl: life's gall ories of those present last After the arrival of C. E. most pleasingly enter friends at the piano. Thi was the_introduction to a game til ait ed in. which cac person received a line of some well- known song. These lines -were num- bered and the four respective singers completed their verse of the rendition was usually vigorous, whether or not harmonious. Some .startling effects of vocal power were revealed.-and the judge in deciding as to the awarding of prizes seemed to think that for its startling effect Mr. II; L. llinman's quartette should i have first the "champion" in- I terr'uptiomst." Mr. Ed. J. Wood was given second prize. After four .courses of delicious frcshments were served (which, reflect- exl great credit upon the some declamatory contests and story At a meeting the cieditors of Frederick pharle? Cooke, held in the office of the 25th day of the undersigned was appointed assignee of eaUite and no- tice is hereby that all state- ments _of due by the said Frederick "Charles Cooke, must be sent, me -it Lethbridge, Alta., in detail .and 'fillly proved within 30 days from this date. CUted at JLeHibridge, Alta., 26th day of 'March A: 1908. 91-2 Assignee. Tu Lethbridge Auction We were not joking when said our aim was to oblige the public.V We mean to build our business up, by ac- quiring a reputation for giv- ing you bargains.. They are light the and we have a good selection of goods for you to choose from. .Bedsteads, Dressers ;ahd .Wash Stands, Mattresses, Kitchen Tables, Dining Ta- bles, Heaters, Etc. Come and let us show- you them. Waddjngton Gibbon TELEPHONE 261 Strictly, Attended to piMi M W. T PROFESSIONAL CARDS M.D.C.M. McGili Phytician, Accoucher Ollice 914 Kedpalh St.. 'P4ione M 2-3. 7-8 p.m. DR3 McCLURE t STEWART, Sur- geon ,DeutiRLS'.-ttice 9 a.ui. to HAMILTON YOUNG Engineers and Survtyort Room Block. t Walsh Peebles telling were "Chief ,Yarn indulged in. As Spinner" Mr. F. H. Snow was awarded first place. The evening was unanimously to be a far greater success as a side- splitter than anything given by the Dominion, Cotncdy Company. Those present were Mrs. and Mrs. II. L. Hinman, Mr. and "Mrs. "Wm. Ducc, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest .puce, Mr. and ifrs. llonicr Woolf, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Woolf, 3ir. and Mrs- 0 Bates, Mr." and IMrs. Robert Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Lee, Mrs: Saral Dalhes, Mrs. Bhoda Hinman, Mr. ant M'rs. Frcd-Quinton, Messrs. Ed.' J Wootl, Dr. ttraut, F. Jl. Snow, J. A. Ilnmmer and S. Williams, Misses Or- illa Woolf and Blanche Olson. NOTICE IX THE MATTER OF the Estate of John Rogers Davis, late of Leth- ia the Province of Alberta, rancher: Notice- is" hereby given that pur- auant" to1- an onU-i of Hu> Honor, -Tudge Winter dated at Lethbridge on the day .of March 'A. D. 1903, he creditors and other persons hav- ng claims against the. estate of the! above 'named''John Rogers Davis, J leceased, are before the 23rd lay of May 190S, required to send in their names and addresses with their claims to- gether with a statement of the secur- }o (if any) held by them, verify- ing the same by.-statutory declaration to the undersigned advocates for the executiix. r s And Take Notice JthVt after the name, IIITI EIST rtESOTEUU CINCI ROOFING. CORNICE WORK SKYLIGHTS FURNACE WORK A SPECIALTY IK liifc Bf lid 1m ALWAYS FRESH ".i -rn Wo of all our we "'can) be'depended ''upon for absolute-'prompt- UPSS with all orders. If want the best, tor parity and_fiavor, ask your dealer for our bottling. If, lie'can't supply y'oii we will' LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, LTD. C.F.P.Conybtare, K.C., D.C.L., B. C. L. CONYBEARE JONES Solicitou, EtcT Office: Conybeare "Block. N Uthbridgc, W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc.- 'Oflice: Southard BJock. B. MOORE Funeral, Director 'Presbyteriah Church. Office PlioneriOS.' Resi'dence '136.' First-class Cafe said 23rd day of the executrix Feast, Voiir-halls arc Fast, and the world gOCS by. Succeed and give, and it helps you live, But no man can help you die. There is room in the l.alls of pleas- ure For a large and lordly train, But one by one we must all file on Through the narrow aisles of pain. SAP TUJXXTXO comes the extra busy days j But will the pure food wise To many dark and devious1 ways Of forty maple syrup guys? II11 ii imii mi inn TRIBUTE TO CANADA'S PRE- MIER Right Hon. James Brycc, British Ambassador at Washington, paid aj very high tribute to Sir Wilfrjd rier at a banquet in Montreal. Canadians v.ere accustomed, for ex- ample, to hearing Sir Wilfrid Laur- ier's character analyzed and compli- mented, usually in a more or less banal way. But it gave all the Can- adians pTvsent. without distinction of party a new thrill of pride and plea- sure to hear this keen observer of -men riifd "nations say that it has al- ways been a great to him "to be brought into personal contact .with a mind so active, so powerful, so vrith mv intelligence which is capable of so quickly taking a point and covering the whole horizon! which it is necessary to survey as that of your Prime Minister, Sir Wil- frid Lanricr." It had all the of a new and brilliant portrait sketch, done by the hand of a groat artist and bring- ing out traits -which had never been so srtiivrvtiy put on canvas. 12. 1 Raphael Tuck Go's newest and best in COLORED EMBOSSED GILDED FLITTERED iuBtcrtat Gut Arrived Yesterday Twelve for 25c Cents Each t gQ miCTi mm finitfiimttiiiiiif I THE ALBERTA MUSICAL, YAL, For a number of years past the the Cardston choir have talked of and looked forward to this! event with much anticipation, :i5 they had voted to take the trij> anil 10 enter all the contests possible. To this end the music has uoen bo-, cured and practices started.: Howev- er, last evening at .the regular hour for choral work so fen- of the ment- were present to Iwgin, some" of the important members being that ihe leader has despaired of do- ing moi'e.in the matter. Mr. S. S. Xewrton has worked untiringly in the choir as. its leader for some two years past. The membership has reached seventy-five and he has ns- ually a good attendance at all serv- ices and practices. The people of Cardston will be greatly disappoint- ed jf the choir does not make the ef- fort necessary to .undertake the con- test. It is hoped that the lack of interest in the attendance last even- ing js a momentary lapse on the part of the members and that a renewed determination will be seen at the next practice. As entries close on April and the contest at Edmonton is set for May 5th there isi still time for action in the matter. By all means go on, Mr. the members arise to the im- portance of the occasion. Cardston has some good vocalists ami such an experience will prove invaluably to the singers uhethor or not any priz- es arc won. PKRSOXALS Messrs. Frank Lcavitt and Jno. M. Jensen of Loaviu and Aetna respec- tively wont south by train -to attend conference at Salt Lake City and ultimately to spemi j-some years in the mission field. Mr. .'Leavitt expects lo be in the will be" at liberty to administer the assets of the said deceased or a iky part thereof among the parties en- titled thereto having regard only to the claims of which she ,shall then have had arid will _not be liable for any portion of the said as- sets so distributed any -person, or persons of whose- the said ex- ecutrix shall not then have had no- tico. Dated at Lethbridge this 23rd day of A. D. J906.' CONYBEARE JONES, Advocates for the Executrix. Gco.Taylir, Florist 650 Bartlett Street J Ciders left for Easter-ciifc flowers before Apriil2th promptly filled Place your order now as we can- not promise orders to be filled after that date. HOTEL DIKING MOM Short Order Between Meals CAREOLL DOYLE F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room t Whitney Block! MUSIC MISS k. HOLLAND Pupil of Stratford Dawson, of Moiit- rcal, wishes''a limited number of stu- dents for Piano Study. j Lpschetizky' (Padercwski's teacher) method used. Terms l Adress 810 Ford St. -Phono 247. Mberta Restaurant Sliort Orders at all Hours Regnlaf JVIeals. 2oc .JteaLTickets S5 Fresh fruitct confectionery REiftRD >You will find it a-reward iu-itself to go.to the Hub for yo'nr meals and short orders THE HUB WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION Meet in Methodist Wesley Church j every the. month at 3.30 p. m. Visitors .always, welcome. S, Tres. 83-0 Secretary. R. G. Bltirmbre, Alta. >._. FUNERAL DIRECTOR "AND' EM- BALMER Oftlcc Phone 28 mim WHITE HELP ONLY 25c MEAL J. M. REDDING- Cor. Smith and Rod path .Meets. "1st and oixl Mondays in K. of P. Hall at 8 o'clock. brethren are cordially invitetl.' S. W.P. 24-ly o W. S. Nest of Owk Lethbridge -No." 159, will meets the f 'second Thursday of each month in K. of P. Hall. G. V. .STORKEY, Secretaary. C. President. Past Prea. NnWiillirtliWart Price j ItWHi BWViMv VH y fCT) ttTK R. V. Gibbons Ott Block AM222 BROTHE1 EAGLES DEAK BROTHERS TW IMniftknt Ik 837 Fraternal Outer of Eagles, cordially invite you to at- tend a Smoker to be held in OLIVER'S HALL on 30th 1908. at 8 p.m.- S. Worthy Pres. T. J. WHITE Worthy Secy. Think It Over Flonr is the cheapest of all foals. Why noD sell the.best even if it is higher in price Our Best Flour Hag stood every quality test Ejfcfii IWig ft EinatDr Co. Ltd. Raymond Magjath Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. Sen of Eiflrt Eoefit Mevt in thr ofTjthins Hull ovcrj fi a ml thinl Tlinrn-Iny in the month nt 8 Visiting luvthren 'nlwajii vome. Walter AppVliy. T. Sec. I- BorflT. 9-1, W. LETHBRICX3E '.OLx.t nO. C. "B. P. O. E. Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesday >l each month at E. A. SHARMAN, M. PRIEST, -E. Jt SccreUry. Withont a hitch and without a flaw On the 30th I'll make the draw H. HAYK, of the Hayr Transfer, bogs to nnnouncc that on the 30th day of March the draw will take place to deckle the winner ot the magnificent Eldridge Sewing Machine Will those who have not yet put tl.eir'stubs in the ballot box in the Post Office do so at once. You have still time to get in, and a one ton order entitles you to a chance. Hfl J A Successor to the Dixon m f Jx Transfer Co.. Lethbridge ISO Boi 27 Ltdft NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENCmEtRS in the Labor Hall erevy see- and and fourth Mondays in month. Employers reiulrinc certificated en- gineers, and engineers out of employ- ment, would do well to communicate with us. ROBERT KEVIN, Chief. QEO. BRUCE, Secretary. THE WANT AD COtUMX OF THE I HERALD TS A TIUGE SUCCESS. ;