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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ALbtRTA MOhOA V SO, 911 Daily HeraH TA rouowncd and glorious especially'' favor- ed. Xcver before our history Jvas the immigration movement bcoii heavy. It will be only a few years, in the coii- Printed by the Daily Herald Printing tre of one "of the most thickly pop- ulated -mid flourishing districts .in all. this part of the recognized. The true' value of is- just being every lawful evening at Vcsteril its ollice, Round St., hetli bridge, 41. Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Oi rector and1 Editor. 1 There is a bill before ''the Ontario Legislature providing free transport- ation' on street railways for members of the legislature. Alberta might copy the-' 'Idea- and pass '-legislation that members of our legislature be Subscription Daily, one year, delivered..... Daily, six month, delivered, Daily, three months, delivered Daily, one Daily, one year, by mail Daily, six months, by mail Daily, three months, by mail Herald, one year Addresses changed as often S4.00 2.00 I.M .35 3.00 1.75 .as 1.50 as de- Bire3; but both and old address must be given. Subscribers will please remit with order which should be given for a irwlfie'1 term, Keinit by Express Order, P.O. Order, and 13ink Money Order. able the" antiquated lighting We on the CroVs Nest line will be 4upcrSedud. J'At the pivswit time u man must be 'employ- ed at a cost of to a month tc attend.to the. lumps and the cutting out of tliis expense and the saving THE CARKTON BUDGET f in fuol will amount 'to a con- siderable figure. allowed to travel free on the busses between Strathcona and Edmonton. That is the nearest approach to a1 street railway in Alberta. When Judge Mubee appointed Jrders mav be seat direct or chairman of the Uailway Commission all bis work as a High Court judgo I was cleaned up. He had" not a re- served UidumPnt on his books. That A, PIONEER-OF OTTAWA VALLEY Sketch of the Life of the Late An- drew McCormack, Father, of Mrsf P. L. Naismith The Ottawa Journal says: Andrew McCormack, for 25 yours recognized as the.best judgo of stand- ing timber and for ii long period one of the foremost men in the .lumber industry, died yesterday morning at )i Dr. K. B. Kchliu, bis uotis, conciuumg wuu t n very loVgluibfe fim-o Una: Cat's A by tlie Mutual Association Hist evening. Tho utteiidaiiceVas not all that the entertainment" but still was lair. fid better satis- fied for expend i tine in this ev. filing's amusement ilum for anything of local character pupated during the past winter. Among the most interesting the following should, )x> mentioned The three se- lections of th.0 CV'micl Ck'O Club, I'r. 0. D. recitation, "Papa's. Ike humoious selection given upoiLJiis" "Maiy Had a Little Quartette by ications to THE LKTHUR1DGK is unusual with jiulgi-s. They iu.u a L- HERALD, Lethbridge, Alberta, Ca-j ly have a number of cases to give judgment upon. This instance mere- [f our friends who favor us with man- ivhht haa Of uscnpt for publication wish to have rejected articles returned they must in all- cases send stamps for that purpose. NOtTCE TO Subscribes who proves what has been said Judge Mabec', that lie is a hardwork- ing, systematic official. That type of 'man 5s peculiarly fitted for the Kail way Commission. son-in-law, Mr. McCornwck was in i Misses Ida and'.Rose Auhibald, ,Vda 80th year and death was due toj 'light ahd piano duet MisseiT'ATcar'rStodd.mi and Ida The political waters of North Went worth, Ontario, seem to be badly milled. At u comcntion to select a candidate for the .legislature.'-.C. J. Collins, of Ihmilas, was a candidate for the nomination, but didn't get it. 'He was described by one of his fellow Conservatives ns necessary evil in the association that he was a dead fly in "the ointment, which, made it stink." Premier Whitney will need to visit that, constituency, and' pour oil on- the .troubled''waters.''' Senti- SUBSCniBERS. fail to receive the Daily Herald will please notify the business office, by phone or other- wise, at the curliest possible mo- that prompt delivery may f be ensured. Co ensure change of contract adver- tisement in the Daily Herald, copy should be sent in not later than 6 o'clock p.m. of the evening before publication.. Transient display ad- vertisements will be received up to 10 o'clock of the day of pub- lication, and want advertisements up to 2.00 in. ADVERTISING RATES Want cent u word each insertion. No advertise- ment for less than 25c. Six con- secutive insertions for price of four. Initial letters, abbreviations, and "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, Marriages, and cents every insertion. Contract Display Kate card at "Daily Herald" Of- to the least-are startling ;fice. ceiits per count line; dis- count to regular advertisers. Subject to advertise- ments subject to approval of man- agement of "Daily Herald." advancing age. Born in Tvoon, March 19, 1829, deceased received bis early education at Lbckluird Col- in bn native, town. He came to Canada with bis father who settled in Bytown the lad's studies were contnual for a time.. Ho then t-ntere'd bis life's work in the, lumber industry. He went first to one of. the northern tributaries of the Ottawa, two hundred miles distant from the city. He continued there thirteen years as manager for the late Joseph Aumond. He then went into pailner- sbip McDonnell Company of Maltawa, and then after acting as manager for' D. T. Brown for two years, went into business for himseli in 1670 and in succeeding years fonm' wealth as a reward for increasing lurd work and tmimpeachable integ ihy. Perhnp? no man in the trade was more competent than he as timcnts of the kind just expressed do lind his senices were con in requisition by other deal us. He was also called on frequenth not assist in .winning elections. STARTLING STATISTICS (Edmonton Bulletin.) Rev. T. C. Buchanan, superintend- ent of theJ'Mothodist .missions for "Al- berta, lias compiled some statistics, which to say the least are startling, lie has kindly given them- to the Ed- DAILY HERALD NEWS AND OF- V F ICE; O. D. AUSTIN, City Editor. JOHN TORRANCE, Canvasser, Col- ..lector arid Assistant Business Man- ager. MISS GRIMM, Accountant. .JOB DEPARTMENT. The- Herald Job Department is the best equipped in Southern Alberta. All classes of work bandied expe- ditiously and satisfactorily. Walter Jordan, Manager of .the Job Depart- ment. Telephone 106. to act as agent for the sale of limits knowing as he did every limit in the district. One large berth he sole iive times for various parties, seeinj its value increase from a, couple o thousand dollars to nearly half million. Mr. McCormack's last tri to the wildernc-aS was a tour to th monton Board' of Trade.- Tboy Jieight of land, only-three ago Deceased was marriecl 1855 t .Margaret, eldest daughter of th as follows: At the beginning of the liHh cen- tury Canada had, a of At the same time had After a lapse of 100 years Canada; has while the United States had la. other Canada increased m population 22i times, while the-Unit- y rchibald, fancy dance by little, s Brown and Wilepv iharactyr danco y Archibiild, Duet in ch.u PREMI Tte Batiey Co. Ltt ud by Miss JKose Auhibald and ifr. lilton in character y Misses Sadie'" Wolsej and Ida Ar- hibald and Messrs. 1'iank Layne and liHou Tho farce- uproarious aughter a splendid ending. Tho participants, as well as the Mu- .ual organizations are 10 be congia- tuluied entcitain- i] Von will fiiui in itself to go to the Hub "for your meals orders IHtHUB .j McOUl i i A WORTH V 1XDUST11V. A large shipment of home made appearance that would surprise one with the ability and-sKill known to exist here, is being-made next week to the Jen- i-en Brosv 3laguxth, by our local shoe Mr. W Atkius Although hampered for lack of capi- tal, Mr. gradually building up a boots made heic.' fie is confining himself punu- llyTo new-'-nvqrk anil thus gradual- Ranch I FOR SALE i r t Must be sold immediately. I J. T; McKlNNEY -I Roon I, Whitney Blk. imiiiiiT: ly laying a.side: repairing. iWhen get capital interested so as leathet of suitable province, the shoe business m Albcita. Wcv have and cheap our great LoaL stipplies. .AVhen'our population t _ p- -I- VJJ V. late r James', of- DumferlmeJ v c' r.-r, S _ J greater ami-skilled labor moie plen- Scotland, who died two vears >ago. Bv 4 fc. tiful there is-a-great iielcl lor expan- CLEAN-UP DAY Arbor" Day is near at hand. would suggest to Mayor Henderson, who is always willing to lead any movement the improvement b; thc city, to call upon the citizen great as well as small, to make that "clean-up" day. Let it be a back yards and front yards, boulevards and streets of allvkinds of rubbish. Ixit it be a general tree planting day. Let it IJG a flower bed making day. Let it be a lawn, making day. We believe the citizens, if appcaletl to, would take the matter up enthus- iastically. The Herald suggested recently the growing of sweet pens on every lawn of Lethbriilge. J-low beautiful the city could-he. made to look if this flower was to cover the fences in the city this summer. Wouldn't their presence, redolent with perfume, cheer us all up and make us all feel prouder of our city. Great Falls is' promoting the growth o sweet peas, with thc same object in view. Several conventions arc to be held b-i that'city this year and the want th'-i visitors to go away with'the .impression that Grea 1 Falls-is a beautiful city. Let Lcth ed States Increased in population times. many imrai- grauts canie Tinto Canada from all ;ources as came into the United States from all sources during the Ir'st'ten years of the nineteenth cen- tury. Last year people canie in- to Canada, or one-fifth of the population of Western Canada, or one-fortieth of the population of the .whole of Canada. At .ho time in the history of the United States did im- migration exceed one-sixtieth of its population iii one j'ear. In exact figures people came her he fhad eight, children, six of whom are' living: Miss C. McCor- mack, Ottawa; J. 0. McCormack and Mrs. Menzies, Pembroke; Dr. Norman MeCormack, Eenfrew; Mrs. Xaisrmth, Lethbridge, Alta; and Mrs. E. B. Ech- lin, Ottawa. Tbe late Mr. McCormack was a Presbyterian and a-member of St. 'congregation and Rev. JJr. ot the funeral, which will be held at 2" to- morrow afternoon from the residence oi Dr. Eclilin, corner of Elgin and Nepean streets. NEWS F50M BOWV1LLE 3fr. ilcDonald, our school toucher, reports that'there were five sections x "S" f see lusiull lines on exhibi- 650 Bartlett Street 'Oidere left flowers be'fore "April" 12th" Place your order-wow as we'ban- orders to be tbat date. WH ITEHELP ONL.V MEALS-Mc .MEAL .TICKETS-IS c" -s r J. M. REDDIKGh Cor. Smith and Rod path Office Be. Before 7-8 p. t It DeaUftU, Office a.m. to f BUclc. K.C., D.C.L., Ukrta testwait Short Orders at all Hoars Bcgnlar Meals, 25c Meal Tickets Fresh fruit confectionery CONYBEARE Office: Block. i) L lU'v W. C SIMUOMS i s? BwrtftUr, Etc. SouiKard Block. B. C. MOORE OirtcUr Office Phoiie JOJ. to PresbjrUriAn First-class Cafe tion" 'at the 'Dominion next .Tulv. T T -gi-etvt sion in1 line of business. Mr. At- kins' efforts. "shcTvv might be done and larger capital is need- ed business, JQ JOIN U. M. W. OF A. labor right March' M Inhere is a here town We cvpcct to I agltat5on g0mg on among provln. cial association the question of joining the United Mine Workers of America, r Four out of thirteen lodges fa- vor oi the move. cy of "the FirstJKlders Quorum, Card- stoii, Messrs." JTV Mauley Brown, S. C. and Adam Gedlcman convened their members by special invitation at the home oi Mr." C. E. Snow to evidence their regard forthc retirinff a specific declaration IIP bad done nothing ami will do no- thing towards procuring for himself Short Order Between Meals "V- -v j CAHROLL DOYLE F. B. ARCHITECT I BUck. MUSIC- L. HOLLAND f'upil of oi Moot- limited of ktu- f dents lor Thu evening the Prtisiden- JOHNSON'S-STATEMENT'v -St. ernor of "Minnesota, tcKlay, tof land filed in one day last listening to the icmarks I week. i ry of the quorum. Between thiity'Tand forty guests were pVespnt nnd the "fore part ot the cveniiiif was spent nlosf profitably in into all Canada, during 1907. Contrasting the dialects, the offi- iais in the immigration offices at Vinnipeg are required to know thirty liffercnt languages. Jn 1897 orcigriL-rs came into Canada, while n'l9Q7 came. If the rate of the increase should be as great as hat of last year thc foreign popu- ation will be in five yeurs': time. i In 1907, to the number of Bowville.is business cen- tre. It now supports two black- smith shops, a store, a dance hall, a postofiicc, and a harness shop. 'Fney aic all doing' a good business. ali.o a machinery warehouse and a school. iFrs. J-ila Iws been re- siding with :in aunt "in will be here to live in a few diys her father and brother. tlcmen named tbeir re- gard for Mr. served faithfully in thc clerical'work of the Quorum. f" the Democratic nomination for presi- will not refuse the honor it is extended (Paderewski's teacher) "method used. Terras moderate. r St In token of ot .services rendered outhe Qurimi presented Jfr. Snow with a. limp leather pocket- edition, of Church Book of jrVnTsion Poctrine Covenants Pearl of Groi-fc Price! In his rcsjionsc "Mr. Snow .v- most overcome by ci..s- John and Jia White expect ihe his co-la- came-into British buiid n house They also Japanese. It is interesting to note that Canada is receiving immi- Xorth Dakota, so' we arc told. the presentation made.1." Patriarch It." from the east, the south and John Reynolds took a load ofjs. Tliiiman and -presidents Wood and e %vcst- to Lethbridge this week. j made remarks both encouraging The school teacher reports an av- and instructive, erage attendance of 21 out of 2t with havc but ho most sincerely thanked brought in a carload of horses from their kindlyf feelings shown in h'.Tl.iWif rt nm i i T-. i -___i. ON THE CROW TRAINS (Medicine Hat Times) L Last week for the first time, natural gas was used for illumination on a coach on thc Crow. The lighting was excellent throughout the trip, and when the coach returned to Medi- icine Hat the pressure .in the tanks i BROTHER EAGLES Mr. W. II. Phoenix in- gavc us a call "this week and i was not idle. .He 30.000 of insurance between the hours of Abridge get into thc pea band'remained at four atmospheres. waggon too. But don't forget clean up day, Tn the very near future it is prub- ii i n 1111 mum m i OUR POiNT OF VIEW A Saskatoon man claims to'- have discovered perpetual motion. If he had lived, in this city he would have found it long ago for Lethbridgo is always .on the move. Thc Herald's Horticultural boost is! having its effect. One party told us I the other morning that the etfrcorials I had persuaded her to go into flower' culture quite extensively this sum- mer. ,_A man in public life must expect to be criticized when his public acts are not-in accord with the views of thc public. It is foolish however for a'man to take umbrage'at these cri-J ticisrns and consider them to be di-i rccted at him j The falsehoods circulated in the} United Staler about Western Canada iannprs being frozen out are I the effect thc American! press intended for this year settlers j arb'flocking into this country froml across the line m greater numbers i vor. The Lethbridgc 1 J Rapli ael Tuck Son s Go's newest and best in COLORED EMBOSSED GILDED FLITTERED Easter tost Cart Arrived Twelve for 25c 2J Cents Each I OB IK RPHE 1MB Hi r-t pils enrolled. Joe Williams was in' Lethbridge] uith a load of wheat last week. Any parties wishing to employ tc-am and "driver for looking and 2.1T, p.mSpf thc day here, claims should Editor B. W. Conic again. White. lie has a good-team and will )Fr- w- r- Thompson was in town take you on any reasonable journey at a ra.tc considerably below the cost of a livery team. Address S.F-T. J of Sec. lP-lo-21, one mile due east ofj post office Bowvillc. We .recommend any who is afraid of drouths to "try this scheme. Plant your potatoes and onions in alter- nate rows. Thc onions bring tears} to the eyes of thc potatoes. The' tears run down nnd-'keep roots j wet. j The Stephens boys have their and ore now going big influx- to T. isjocking for a the "justly celebrnted Spring Coulee lijstrict- next week. T Thos. and Ains- cough of the WooHord-, pistrict are busy today in the fm- touches on spring work prep- BROTHERS f The Ledtoife Aerie fc. 837 Fraternal Order of Eagles. cordially invite to aV tend "a Smoker to lie hekT in HALL on -MONDAY: MARCH sour at 8 S. G.DAVIES Worthy Pres. T. J. WHITE i Worthy Secy. ALWAYS FRESH daily cleliveries of all onr "bottled goods, --and, we prompt- ness with _all orders. If vVant the -best, for punty and your dealer for onr bottling. If he can't supply yon we will LETflBRIDGE IREWING