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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta I MAY III ij advise, bours To 'prosecution. Willy-boy gets next to a Kevin, Mont., consists of a siding, once lent a cigarette hwi who )ms a a wftU'r- tank, and two hundred, dollar pay cheque. Out Printed' by" the Daily Herald Priutiuf Ltd., t.very lawful eveniuf at office. Round St., Lethbridfc. Alberta, Canada. must -be A CIVIC CEMETERY place- which contained a keg and _. M....U- __: ,41 f .1 To the Kd.ior of the Herald. half of beer and two bottles of whis-l-10 i.. !key, and proceeded-to-have a glor-! IVar Sir.-Would you kindly insert ious drunk. ilw following letter. The decision: of the council to have j four nnd'j'toi'. W. a public'cemetery is cne that uijiy asleep. giri_3ly attention has been drawn my was his lo u romark of your's in a sermon fojinnend itself to everybody, providing' of a beautiful place enquiry on awaking. which to bury the dead is something- SUri? and j did. But whilst tlitit has not IKX'JI looked after in the west as it should be. There is j pjacc aM' ye wiii. slapin" 1 luk iiiviatory of published in ilonday's Herald in which you referred to a statement no more sacred duty -resting upon vou that at a.recent lnat your .stay smoker afier -10 gallons of beer had has lieen worth1 fifteen dollars a day. cask. consumed at -1 a. in. another opened and thc whole af- our citizenship. With a fund provid- Thal sjxlv dollars. So that I for its care and with a good man J ye wud bc o-vin- me dollars. Not w..s lunied into a booze." in charge, the cemetery can be j. btu rd be dunnm' ye, ye know, ye j wjiichcvor particular a beautiful place. The whole plan forjcull k to me any tonne." UmL'jmin refcrred lo i know its improvement shoufcl be adopted j but i at the beginnmg so that when the. Sometime ago a gentleman drove stj.t WftS ftn absolutc HC( ttnd whole plot is it will not look: drovi. across lhc boumlury into Ca-', bv K. it withou as if it had been patched up or ex-; nada uenr Horse, a police tended. The city approves-of the jtion' about one hundred miles east! acquisition of the cemetery and willjof Coutts. overlooking -the such an un-Christlike approve 01 its being made as j custom of paying duty on horses be-' ful as possible. ing brought into the'country, he had j his horses, a .me learn of buys, sviv.- j U by the police and taken to lhe j was SS ay Ite Battej Co, ltd. f kiwV v ihrougii the public preac of coins ui Great JiiUain contain a French pro- which translated means "Honor hinr while m that graiTa old liooK Christ cj-hcils his. to "h-sC cast boam in their own Apply thaw truths to yoyrwelf. snuvj. tfoan >oui to it th.it enteis I.iunor is a aiwi were not for .act I might kay tkat 'minor Jmth H that tncie is und u UxaL IQ fmcl ollt ,thc statmont ure lQ You may .ask how I know how. the BRITISH INDEPENDENCIES GET YOUR A certain magazine when speaking barracks at U-thbridge. Shortly! Well, in the first place 1 -have been _r.....____i- ..H 'ft nt rr.i roshinoivt commit- to clear himself of all1 a nicmlwr of the refreshmciit commit- Canada, New 'Aiiluud, Australia, j he managed; _ or Cape Colony, always calls them j criminal liability and got his horses too on two the "British independencies" and no -the Printers and j the PI-C.SS Club and I had also at: bettor word can be used to describe! After .the horses had Ixvii seized he '-tended three others and at neither, of claim you ;overheard this. But even like- what .you really did the position of these colonies. They! hired a man to drive him to Coutts. thorn has anything are British to the core, as loyal to und Swex-t-Grass as he proceeded tojinentionwl occurred. the motherland as the people of the! dear the matter up. the driv- J happen at one-and doubtless this, is little islands themselves. But theyjer imllecl up at XIcoll's saloon inhere the story origmated-is that are independent nations; 1 Swecl Grass, the-proprietor spotted the between 150 and if you did, your usual custom to repeat every nittie bit of scandal -Would; you give publicity to. every scrap 'of news given you in u recent issue of the News informs the public that jour organist jhas losignrd. Xow, Sir, uhat r would you have said had a rushed mto jinnt nnd condemned ou foi tlie ithigimtion of that organist and' had 'concocted some- terrible tale with "preference to tliat Per- sons like yourself might have done so as your action re the smoker clearly- proves, but' men 'of the world who would investigate the truth'; of such charges before repeat- ing them I would comir.end 'unto you the ac- tion af another minister of- the gos- pel the Mr. who at- j lehdcii one- of these smokers and as- KOciated -himself with the men. His presence caused sonic of the cxtreme- ists to themsehes anh thus by his .presence he did more good than such sermons as -you- -delivered- last .Sunday ever will. In" conclusion 'again let me '.state that thcro. was not. an; -atom, of truth in "the statements accredited to the man and -you having repeated it can -only act as honorable should do- iand that, is to" give as much publicity to an expression of regret as you have to the man's statement. I ..am sending a copy of this letter to both -thenier'ald for insertion, in Friday's issue and any rejily you may. send 1 will also for- raorasioNAL i o ITM. M.O.C.M. McOUl HI 4 a m f-f DNS MeCLURE ffon Deutute u.: m to iL j.4 _ HAMILTON 4 j itf MM C> 8 LOTS ON GLYN ST. Each Fine Residen- tial Lots H.J.H.Skeith Room 1 Whitne> Block K.C..DJC.L MirUo 4m, B. C. L. COHV6EABC Barristers, Sohciloia, Etc Conybetre i-'o W. C. Ba'rriittr, Oftce Southnid Block. B. C MOORE Director and Ottieev PhiMM' 1SS F. B. ROLF SON ARCHITECT Room I Whltivty dent of Great Britain as she is of them. It is true that in dealing with foreign countries, these British independencies consult the wishes and interests of thc mother country, but f at onco one of the horses as one that 200 attended. 40 gallons of beer had been stolen from him two years ordered but so well was the ngo.althotigh, it afterwards prbv- afTair conducted that a considerable cd. by another party. The "driver quantity of this was returned to-the got incapacitated through noble at-' brewery, and our account will'show nian caii cbntrridiut you and give while visiting yoiirTjlock in the role of past not. Xow you that your proper'.-uTode.-of was to have-remonstrated, "with the man, and pointed out-.that if what he stated really "Hid a great sin he. was1 But instead of that you rush into 'your pulpit where ward on the otherhand. the mother coun- tempt to drink, the town dry.and the allowed for same. try always consults-the wishes saloon keeper proceeded to take ad-1 Now. Sir, you. see how mlsc your interests of these colonies when deaH uf his condition to get him j statement really is. I know you ing with foreign countries in into Ule of "rares1- Yours sincerely, S. W. TUCKWBLL. Vita 29 4-08 R. G ADDItON' Blairmort, AitA. FUNERAL. DIRECTOR AMD EM- Office Phone rPfeooeJi dtl 950 LICENSES CUT OFF Toronto, hundred fifh licenses in thrity five miuu- jc.pil'ticb are to be cut out the '.body of gentlemen local option in Ontario, tomorrow ihe widest .piiblicity ".f: KSI ibso'utc lie. You attack matters empire. in There was a time when the British government did not follow this course but today self-governing colonies are recognized sherilf. half way there.he de-J ex! his man out on the prairie as Independent British nations in equal partnership with the other in-j dependent British nation called Oreat cd his man out'on the prairie co'nsidf ering him safe for several hours un- til he should return. He considered f( Britain. OUR ;.POIMT 'OF VIEW A Nelson; ij.' C. minister advised ilontreal young their .To quote one of ..Jimmy Fax's old songs, "They were hop'pin' and pop- pin.' about" very lively since According to a" story going the rounds a lively up a wives before going live, cheque in his own signed Does that mean that the B.-C. girls j his father-in-law's name." to it. To wouldn't marry a slow fellow fromjKct it he bought some goods the east from prie of thermertlionts, and got _____ j about fort3'-fivo' dollars in change. Be sure and observe-' Arbor Day as it should be observed. Clean up your and back, plant flowers and trees and above all don't Then he had u whale of a time. Ac- cidentally bumping into a stranger-, he drink, then to show him he. was a good fellow, he to put in lots-of sweet-peas, took him to "whitq" rcs- 1 and the place. To show how he L.KE1II Men's Furnishings The Store for a Square Deal Here is a statement by General Binghnm of New York poli'ce that ought to be read and considered by few Lothbridge peo- ple. "This town is the greatest town of knockers that I know he said, "hut when some 'of your of- ficials do something wrkc and tell them about it. There are form of ll chc'lue two tin boxes down in Mulberry boy on another t retaining thc "both as collateral for! each, other, and found they were then took his friend to a Chink res- taurant and dollar bills on went out to an hotel and filled up for the night. V morning the merthtmt found out that the cheque was no good and solicited settlement from his erst- Ile got it in the by the" Billy while customer. Street which greatly interest me and sometimes amuse me. One knocks and one thc equally' valuable.- He rounded, up his commendations. People will blame fricnd for furthcr remonstrance, and kick oitcn enough, but when this timc with thc of a nice thing is done people don't j.am5 settlement was promised at vnr-j" ally, he turned when friend mef- i chant was gave the boy in charge a thirty day note for the _r. 'amount and got hoth cheques' from Thc retirement of Hartley H. Kxit' lhc evidence of fraud, think of praising it. It does good hours bul always deferred. Fin- Cy I__ A ______ J __ _ _." when they do think to do that, j not personally don't mean to all the men also." art from the. Federal contest in South Toronto may bring into the field xns a Liberal labor candidate D. J. O'Donoghue. the legal representa- tive the Trades Congress of Can- ada. He is a clever young man and would make an able representative of I the labor cause at Ottawn. There are rumors of several new business blocks going up in the city. The build fog pcra.itfl this year will be heavy though most of the heaviest undertakings will not he stnn-nl tin- til the middle, of the year. forgery, etc. A merchant finds him again and together they proceed to the bank to be informed that the note is worth slightly less than the value of vhc ink used. Mer- chant, lawver. and Billv bov threat-1' li HIM i ii 111111 mil M The Dead Sport j Buys his baseball, lacrosse and cricket goods from'the j live dealer at the right price. Embrocation is I only necessary when yon newspapers. Tt had one for a dozen j Prices that keep J your eyet filled with tears: i How canyon shoot stiaight We don't sell embrocation Lindsay, a town of in Onta- rio, is threatened with three daily can 1 stand. The merchants, upon i the support of the paper rests, should! shut down on any movement to start j other papers. .-What is thc sense of: three dailies in a one daily to'wn. WOODSTOCK MAN ACQUITED Wood On April Gray was acquitted on a charre of murdering; his daughter's child by the jury this iifternoon on its first ballot. Two doctors who conducted the post mortem swore the child vras born alive. The wife of the prisoner was not allowed to testify against J-i her husband, nor would thc Jndfe allow Gray's confession after arrest in evidence. No evidence -was offer- ed. The prisoner was remanded on MMIIIIMMMMMtfM a charge of incest. THE EARTH WOBBLED very little when our picture frnmcr went away. We arc doing better work then, ever with less gas. The finishing touches to house-cleaning are Pjcturei." Our are filvrays right. TlflCM Ml to thaiik patrons isttd the public for the splendid pat- ronage they have accorded me during my last Slaughter Sale which, in despite of the money stringency, has been; the most success- ful Sale ever at- bridge. So much cleared my entire Having been suc- ing a new lease of farmers and Ranchers I if INSURE Your Buildings against Loss by Prairie Fires also Yonr Crops against age by Hail Itst CnpniB JAS A. MACDOMALD' ARCHITECT Southard StrWt E. T. MCGREGOR REAL ESTATE BROKER- Agent' Ur Farm Mid City InturMtet, alt and Lift property with Call at Room I Hill Block Ad- Ltthbridft AJta, P.O. BUck 200 Caniaii Orier rf Foresters LdtMce K tempted in Leth- so -that I have stock, cessful in secur- my present store premises, I am restarting with a most magnificent new stock bought with the ready cash that was at my 60c on the which stock will be sold at the same cut in prices that were in force dur- ing Sale LIBERAL I i SMOKER A Smoker will be held-in the LABOR HALL MAY 4th, at 8 o'clock s (Mer the Aojkts rf tW Ldk- Mp Liod Ah-Invitation is Extended to all Persons ia the Political Questions of the-day. There will be a Programme of Speeches and Songs. GOD SAVE THE KING Meets 111 K. of-'P Hair lut Thursday of months Vi_wting Brethren Welcome J F ROGERS, C.R. A. SEIDIG, F.8. Meets Iftt and 3rd Mondays iu K. of P.. Hall at o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. 24-lv T J. W. Sr Lethhridge of Owb Lethbridie Nest; ol; No 1M, '.will meets the second Thursday.; ol each month m K of P G. V STOKKEY, Seereiaary. C ROSS TATE, U PRIEST. Junior PMt Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. H Egw. hMttt Wet] in tkc Kuiffltn of Pythias Hail flrat and thinl Thunx.ay m Bonth at 8 p VUitinf T. RoHna, Rat, SI. NOTE THE ADDRESS L. KEEL, la's Oliver Bik. -EUthbridge Auctioii STREET >r We have some WOWOER- FUL BARGAINS in second- hand FURNITURE, ami BEDSTEADS, Etc: just "now. ;Comc and looV. round and our goods before purchasing elsewhere. "If you prefer new foxxls we supply yon, haritif' just pur- chased few lines at rifM prices. LETHBRIOQC P. O; E. lleeU tad and 4th j'uesday each aoath at 8.15 E A: 8HABMAN, PRIEST -F.-R. V WOMEN? CHRISTIAN P E R AN c E u N i p N; Mwt, in Methodi-st Wesky ChurehV everr third .Friday in the mooth at 3.30 p. m..- Visitors always welcome. MRS. A. E. HUMPHRTKS. MRS. CHAS. T c L. c p H ON c L M. Office ftdjotninff Union Bank, Of STATIONARY ENOlNEfJIS Meet i in .tlie Ukor Hall and and frmrth month: with w d o ld chf wiBtt' to ROBERT NEVIN. Oiiet WVA. DICKSON, Sccreiary. Ah l ;