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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TUf iDAV, M A Iflll -L' .JEfY -RDtUyHeraM Printed by the Daily Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at Round St., Lethbridge, AlbtrU, Canada. A: BUCHANAN, Managing Di- Subtcription RaUt Dally, one year, delivered 14.10 month, delivered, 2.00 Daily.1 three months, delivered.. I.M Daily, one month, delivered .35 Daily, one year, by mail 3.00 Daily, six months, by mail 1.76 mouths, by mail'.. .85 '.Yeekly Herald, one year 1.50 both new and old address must be given. Subscribers will please remit with order which should be given for a apecifie'l term. Remit by Express Order, P.O. Order, and Bank Money Order. >rders .may be sent direct-or through any newsdealer.- Address commun- ications to THE LETH13UIDGE! HERALD, Lethbridge, Alberta, Ca nada: tester of -property "fo.tfce bo rcgistei-cd with, the city The object is to .-simplify the work of compiling the roll, mak- ing the work lighter and the expense loss. Kvery new settler in this district and every citizen of xhe city, should miuie to feel at you meet them-give the right hand of Make them understand we are down right glad to have them. EVANGELIST IS AFTER THE DANCERS Good men come out of Stratford, Ontario. The Dominion government appointed Jphn Iding- ton, K. 0., of that city a Supremo Court Judge and now one of its pop- ular sons. P. Mabee, K. C., has been..made chairman of the Railway Commission. All but throe forcibly dunger-1 HI n Declares IbBcuig to Batk Men and Women o! the leading builnobs and al men an o." 6f opi maintained thai r .laming "Tho" evangelist (hut effects uf Lncrdanci' on women1" were' gr'ifut', ID the men leads to disgrace, and jflh> brought out the Christian has no desire to dame and asked that hlSvhemxTs .should abstain frbin all appeal nnca o'f ovil. lie related U r I i Charlotte F4Hott, lUTlBllil who fa time very'fond of thp uho as a result of her new found trt'joy iu her conveisiou wrote ".rusliCs I Am Service be h'-ld evory evening except Saturday. Tho subject Card for CAR 6r B.C. (Friday evening" and I SUGAR.! Placed in Stock TO-DAY it a WHAT THEY WERE PAID Money Received by G. F. Shepley, K. C.j from Dominion Gov- ernment Ottawa, Ont. March 1896 Mr. G.F. Shepley, K. C., has drawn tipaiion) jsioner of Yukon was ALCOHOL AND CONSUMPTION (f our friends'who favor us with man-j from the Dominion .'government uscript for publication wish to have rejected articles returned they must in all cases send stamps for that purpose. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers who mil to receive the Daily.Herald will please notify the business office, by phone or other- wise, at the earliest, possible mo- ment, so, that prompt delivery may be ensured. To ensure change of contract adver- tisement in the Daily Herald, copy should be sent in not later o'clock p. m. of the evening before publication. Transient display ad- vertisements will be received up to 10 o'clock a. m. of ihe day of pub- lication, and want advertisements up to 2.00 p. m. ADVERTISING RATES j Want cent a word each insertion. No advertise- ment for less than 25c. Six con- secutive insertions for price of four. Initial letters, abbreviations, "I'A 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 Advertisements- Rate card at "Daily Herald" Of- fice. cents per: count line; dis- count to regular advertisers. lubject to advertise- ments subject to approval of man agement of "Daily Hsrald." As announced Mr. Mcllnrdy's sub- ject last night was "The Pleasure Of course the danco v.as very i stiongVy condemned. .Mr. ilcllardy j justified himself in taking this posi-j tion by quoting the opinions of men j and women of ripe experience, sound RETAIL CLERKS ;ARE Total amount paid Hardy as his first reason uj W 13 Mclimes formerly commis- the dance was wrong that' no good jrMson could bp for its excuse can be given which cannot be swept aside. Cod does notj want us to give up any wholesome (Contributed by live W.C.T.U.) The important International Con- gress on the Treatment of Tuberculo- sis that has been sitting 'has again elicited a vast amount of valuable nformation (savs and mce more the relation of alcohol to his dreadful disease has' been ished. A medical'.expert who has a mined 350 families of tuberculous children state that the alcoholism of Barents is even niore fatal than tuber- culous tendencies in their offspring. In' nearly half the cases to which he referred the father and mother -were free from any pronounced weakness The death rate has been greates' amonfr children whose parents were ilcoholtc, and this was especially the case with infants. Forty Three Members En- listed-Early Closing is Assured ind healthful recreation. But the lance is not a recreation for body, mind or spirit. If the dance were a recreation why do not the men get together and have a dance alone. The effects on the physical man were re-, ferred to.' This is a great drawback to a .young man as many firms do not engage habitual dancers. A com- was ma'dc between the dance and gymnastics as a" recreation. Some say ihe dance is an accom- plishment. The evangelist thought the manly walk of a pure noble young man more peaceful than the mincing-step of a dancing master o. togoto i orders 4? short- THE HUB PtoneerCoal Attended to; Pnf. I PROFESSIONAL 5 CARDS y.D.C.M.; McQili Surgeon Accoucher i M The Bentfej Co. ItLf in) UW The ictnil clerks and salesladies of chc city tassembled in the Labor Temple yesterday evening, when th closing of the charter el oflicers, living of night o mooting', 'etc.; completed. Oi ganizer Harold, again present and for'the benefit of who were not present at the previous1 meeting, gaVe a brief sketch of his remarkSi.'bnuthe. benefits of organiza- tion, being made of the bylaw and the ciTect-itf.has had on a mer- chants. Under a recognized organiz- ation MS the "Retail Clerks Protec- tive Association, sudi a thing would not be '-tolerated, and bylaw-or no Gco.Taykr, florist 650 Barflctt Street Oiclcrsleft for Easter cut flowers before 'April 12th promptly filled, Place your order now as we can- not promise owlers to bo filled after that date. THE FIRST SMOKE DAILY HERALD NEWS AND OF FICE O. D. AUSTirt, City Eaiiof. JOHN TORRANCE, Canvasser, Col- lector and Assistant Business Man- MISS GRIMM, Accountant..... JOB DEPARTMENT. The Herald Job Department is the best equipped in Southern Alberta. All classes'of work handled expe- ditiously and satisfactorily. Walter Jordan, Manager of th'e Job Depart- ment. Telephone 106. A BAD HABIT It is told of thu late Duke .or Dev- onshire that he was invariably late at 'the House, late at the Cabinet meeting, late at the railroad station if he was making one of a travelling party, late at all times and places. The Duke's habit is also the habit of Alberta people. Were you ever present at a meeting in Lethbridgc or any place else in the province Ihat started sharp on time with all hands present Never! 3teetings called for eight usually start at nine. It is a bad habit. It is not business like. It should be'overcome. It is also charged that westerners [got his 'baccy' jar an' filled The bowl and struck a light; An' got Pa's pipe an' had a smoke like the grown up men. I got his 'baccy' jar'an'. fiilled" The bowl und struck a ligfht; puffed away just like my pa, 0, I was; brave.'all: right. I blew clouds of smoke about, An' then I made two rings; An' then I understood pus' why A pipe such comfort brings. 0 Gee! I bully time, A reg'lar dandy treat; Excep' that something made me sick TIAit I had had to eat. 1 guess I must have eat too much Of apple pie and cheese; Coz while I sat a smokin' there, t sorer felt my knees Begin to shake, an1 then the tilings Went round, and round an' round; .The ceillin' got loose from, the walls An' rested on the ground. iind'leit his audience to be the judg-, bylaw, r the retail clerks? could regu- cs. He showed how uancmg did not I (late these hours. Lp to the present conform to Webster s idea 01 an ac- Lheie -are 34 .names on the applica- tion lorm charter and this The of the asjlum to headquarters Kingston told me, said Hr. McITardy, 1 the l.st of officers that the most graceful dancers you can find anywhere are the insane. They have a ball, here every-month. If the time were spent in recreation, the "study of good literature or some art, it might..result: in an accomplish- ment. Ladies' Tailorin g Tailored Garments made' to Order .and Measure Mb, SUrts, iftsas, Mfts, Cuts, titog kbits uA Fen Styles, Correct and No Two Garments -Made- Alike." Unsar- passed .Workmanship. Prices Eis? Weekly or Monthly Payments If i on wis-b to be stylishly and cor- y govvncJ write to xs Fort 5trMt Winnipeg, IIEIIUII WHITE HELP ONLY MEALS-2Sc s MEAL REDDING Cor. Smitlrand Rpdixith 9 a.m., 2-3. 7-8 p.m. DRS, McCLURE STEWART, Sur- (ieon Dentists." Office Hours: 12 n.; I p.m. to.5p.rn; ALWAYS FRESH HAMILTON YOU KG and Surveyors- Room Block. S K.C., D.C.L., B. Morton JOHM, B. C. L. f CONYBEARE Ik JONES Solicitor, .Etc. Cony boa re Block. lt will .several sales -ladies were present, and wcie not the least en- i Trades and .Labor Council, W. Scott, The meeting, being a full 11. llaldry, A. TUtchic, and B. representative one, proceeded to elect officers by-ballot, and this resultetl as follows: We make daily deliveries' of all our goods, and we can be depended -.upon for absolute-prompt- ness with ,all, orders., If you want the for purity and flavor, ask your dealer, for our bottliu'g. If he can't supply you we will LETHBRIDGE BREWING 4 MALTING COMPANY, LTD. W. C. SIMMONS Barrister, Etc. 'Office: Southard Block. B. C. MOORE j J Funeral and Embalmor Next to Pfchbyterian Cliurcii. Office Phone lite. Hedidence 136. B. ROLFSON H ARCHITECT, Room Whitney Block. 35W) MUSIC MI HOLLANDS, Pupil Daxvson, of'Mont- Veal, -wishes a limited number of stu- [jlents for Sjt- -Piano-Study. -3 iij Loschetixky teacher) Si method used. Terms moderate. Ford St.- V Phono 247. i. Ht i verj- rarely are engagemenLs. prompt in business They agree to meet the traveller at a certain hoxir but are seldom there nt the appointed time. A good illustration of lessness in that direction is told by a distinguished gentleman, who has just talcen up his residence in Alber- ta. He was asked to participate in a :curling match at 2.30 o'clock in the afternoon. He urged that o'clock would suit him bettor but was told Ihe others who were to The mantel.shelf just danced a jig, The sofa" was a-swihg; I-tried to lie down'there a while, But couldn't catch the thing. An' then I understood jus' why My eyes, they both got blurred; I tried to call our hired girl, But couldn't say a word. An' so I.lay upon the floor, Which rocked jus' like a-boat; I felt like I was burning up, My tongue stuck in my throat. f never was so sick before. I can't explan jus' why 1 got that' way, unless, of course, It was that apple pie. i form the rink bad agreed there sharp at 2.30. So he hurried through his own affajrs and got-to the rink at 2.30. Xone of the rink had ar- rived. At 3 o'clock he was still nlonc. The same at 3.30 and Fin- ally he up the gentleman who had invited "him1 hist i presence at 2.30 o'clock to make in: .quiric-S. What was the answer? Simply, but most annoyingly "Oh, I forgot all Xow the new- comer pxit t-vo and txvo together auil decided that "Alberta business men who were careless in the keeping of engagements might also be cnrclcs." in .their business methods. Let us leani to keep ounengage- ments al the hour desififimtcd. My ma came home an' found me there As sick as I could be; She saw the pipe upon the floor, so she said to me, 'You've smoked your father's pipe, you have, "It's made you sick; I'm glad." She wouldn't b'-leve me whon I said It was the pie we had. OUR POINT OF VIEW Our citj" council is to bc.commend- ed for its decision to publish the by- laws'of the city. A book.' ccntam- ing all the hyliuvs up 1o be useful io the citizens. Signlor Caruso receives a night for singing opera. He stands tn be able to snake nearly as much as an investor "in Lelhbrirtge real An important proposition, that is worthy of consideration here has placed' before the city council at Saskatoon. .Aid. .Willoughby ot thftt city has given notice pi the introduc- tion- of a bylaw requiring that the MM 12 4 1 1 Raphael Tuck SonsCo'f newest and best in COLORED EMBOSSED GILDED FLITTERED s Arrived Yeitenky Twelve hr 25c 2ientaEach Some say we cannot get into the best society if we do not dance. The evangelist wrought havoc with this excuse. In his opinion Christian nt And women' constituted the best so- ciety. Young men do not choose the young lady whom they like to dance asv a .life "partner and they know the The Bible is a time to-> dance. The dances of ihe bible were always in the day time, in. the open air and for joy. The men'and wom- en always danced" to- gether. Tnere is no comparison be- tween a religious dance and the mod- ern dance. Some "people say the j dance is right because they do it but down in their hearts they know it is wrong. "We are to do all to the Crlo- cy of God, scored his greatest objection to the danCc when he quot- ed the leading men'and women of all denominations the world over. All united in condemning the dance in the strongest terms. The note runn- ing through all the quotations was solemn and earnest in the extreme. A dancing master had told ilc- Hardy after a meeting that the state mcnts made by. these; men and -wo- men were plain enough. This same man had said, "I woxild rather put my daughter in the grave than; have her dance." All the references j were spoken, bi with the best author-- ity and were unanimous in afllrming J that dancing- aroused feelings and l passions that should not be cherish-' ed. The police of Xew York state 1 that 49 out of' 20. women who have I fallen from virtue were ruined i throxigh. the dance. "Young woman.1, will you identify yourself with an i institution wherher in the pnr-[ lor or :ball room, that, has proved the inlot, to tempt a-i tion and' caused the downfall of i thousands of your aSkcd the! evangelist. he continued, "if women what it is to a! man" to waltz" they would never j dance again.'-' Women are the cus- todians of -the morals of men and the' dance has been many a man's ruin. I nsk a man whether the (dance doos no! awaken jemotions he should not hax-e, he has always s'aid "yes." I'mean a "man" emphasized the cx-angclist. Mr. McHnnly claimed that no man can continue Irfng in ,thc waltz with- j out injury to himself and held that' dancing is blighting and blasting the lives of. many men: Mr: Gale, ihc] evangelist, quolftl ns saying at! Calgary, "The dance should be to where it came pit 'of j -hell." The authorities' also staled that when professing Christians lake to dancing they cease nctivf. Christian work and that a dancer is never an active soul-winning-. Christian. One who patronizes dances is not right with is a sign of a deeper disease. One aged pastor says. "I never knew a dancer who was not a positive injury to the cause of Jesus Another pnslor asked fifty All the offices were contested the interest but two, which President, W. Scott; -1st taken by the members. dell was alto elected musician. Mills; correspond- next meeting was fixed for Monday, vice-president, ing financial scLYetary, 13th April, when it, L. M.! JOHNSTONE_- Barrister and Solicitor Office "adjoining Union charter and supplies will be here. On reasurcr, J. Todd; urclell recorder, if the, charter arrives the Organizer will obligate the "mem- L. delegates to bers and install the officers. 'brethren Leihbridge WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN T E M R A N C V UNION Meet in Methodist Wesley Church every in the month at I m. Visitors always welcome." MRS. E. Prcs. MES. 'CHAS. McCLENAGHAN, Secretary. R. G. ADDISON Btairmore, Alta. 1 FUNERAL DIRECTOR. AND EM- BALMER Office Phone Phone 23 -d.t.f. Meets 1st and Mondays -in'K.of P. ,'Hall nt 8 y. G.-DAVIEJS, w.r. T. WHITE, W. S. of Owls of Men's Furnishings isrunder, the. Quarter Given. Forced Sale. Building coming down No other stqre to be had Must Vacate Premises by END OF APRIL meets _ Thursday j I I 300 Men's Custom Tailored Suits of Fabrics that money can buy. Made in the vtry very latest styles for Grey, Brown and njjj- 200 do. of Scotch and West of England's Tweeds, 150 Suits in 2 or 3 pieces. 75 Overcoats. 300 Pairs Men's Fine Pants. 250 Pairs' Working Pants. 25 Shirts. 20 Doz, Fine Ton Shirts. 50 Doz. Working Gloves, buckskin, hide and hojskin. v 35 Dozen Hats In the latest styks and shades.. 100 Doz. Men's Sacks. .70 Doz. Overalls. k ISO Working Coats in brown and black duck. -300 Pairs Woollen Blanksts. Pilbws. TOO Pairs Fine Shoes. 4M Pairs Working Trunks and Valises, Etc., Etc. l r.ethbridge Nest ol No. 159, will the "seconrl of each _G. V. STpRKEY, .Secrotaary. TATE, President. M. PRIEST, Pres. I Lodge- Pride of Alberta, JSTo. 293. Sow of fcietlt Soietj i 'Mwt in the KTsightu ofTythinBHaH evcrj firtt Mwl thirj Tlmre in tnr month at 8 p.m..) .j.rome. Walter Fml T. Rai 57. r- Remember, the entire stock has to be cleared in one month, so you would do well to call early and secure the goods at your owrr price.before stock is pickedbver NOW ON KEEL. LETHBRIDGE nO. 36 C. f. O. E. 2nd "and 4th" Tuesday .each jmor.th p.m.- 1 E. A. SHARMAN, M. PRIEST t t> 1 j Secretary. 1 LethbfKlKt LoOf. JHORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION Of I STATIONARY EMGIHCERt Meet in Ihc'LaboV.Hall ace- ami fourth Mondays'' in tin r month.-- Empioyers rciutrinc certificated en- gineers, and engineers out of employ- ment, to with, us.'. ROBERt NEVIN, Chief. JJRUCE, SecreUry. OLIVER BLOCK LETHBRIDGE WANT. AD -COLUMN -O TTEIUL1) IS A HUGE SUCCESS, ;