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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta AttA., WtbNlSDAV, MAV Daily HertM J THE 1IKJIIKST IN TAX ADA (Toronto Samruay Lelhbridge, Alta., April 1W by the Daily Printing Co., Ltd., everj lawful evening at Editor .Saturday Night; iU office. Round fit., Lethbridge, 4lberU, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Minifing Di- factor and THE CARDSTON BUDGET Curdston, May week Mi1.! U. Hakooskf of Wimupetf made some; ill lllis dis- trict and ilu-x went .nil by special j train. These were cattle prepared; I'or the spring market in the Houn- nl on I'pper Ix'i's CAR OF PRAIftC HON. MR. CROSS pbyUi'ian Synod of-Alberta Highly Commend His Enforcement of the Law Suaacriptian Dally, one year, delivered...... the plans of Daily, aii month, deliiered, 2.M j Canadian Pacific Daily, three moutha, delivered.. I.M j Daily, one month, delivered al Daily, of the wonders of the' upon the spring marUt rather world. This bridge is twing built than the fall market, across the Valley nml river at iA'th-; Mr. C'has. T. Marsden, jr.. has ,v- ami the length and height as cently ivturn.'d froia a trip to Mon-'. Yours faithful-'tiva! ivith a consignment of Marsden Ly Ili-os.' Uvf catlK'. They were also C. H. HOW .MAN. feil for the spring market, it is only a question of a few years ulu-n the Perhaps we did sol quite fairly re- .grass ,vd stuiT usually marketed in present the claim as ad v a wed the tni, IK> a feature Kdmonton newspapers and referred 01- ,jv trade in this district, keep open and sell other articles than U) our They claim drugs while a grocery store with ice'od that "the piers" built for cream parlor connection, cannot soil'the (J. T. J'. bridge al Clover Bar, six miles from Kdmonton, wore the groceries. highest and givniest piers m l ana- Froai the arguments used in council t -s jmj Tho- it is evident that a druggist would '.yancuimr papers at once replied be privileged to sell groceries and Ljmt they have a bridge across the vam dealer Fniser River in British Columbia with piei-s 151 feet in height. The wonderful bridge now under construe lion at Lethliridge is not on concrete ['iers, hut is a steel structure, as the above picture shows It is hoing built a I a cost of one dollar-, ami in height is ab- North Ward Rolled Oats THE EARLY CLOSING BY-LAW Would the father of the early clos- ing bylaw kindly explain to an an- xious public why a drug store can TIIK SilAKKSl'K.VRK dry goods but an ice- e can't sell groceries. All that a merchant needs to do to keep his store open after six o'clock is'to put in a Hue of drugs. The Herald hasn't any fault to find with the druggists keeping H is a public necessitv that they should 1 C atnedral, 1 ot do so but it believes the druggists ju would be doing the clerks of the city a good turn, if they refrained from JIK.MHKRS oi selling anything except drucs. If a bylaw can be passed closing all stores at six o'clock except tho drug stores why cannot that bylaw provide that the drug stores shall only soil drugs, the ice cream "parlor, ice cream and so on The menders were the guests .Miss Addie Robinson al the hoin Mr. and Mrs. Homer Woolf. attendance was fair and the work j enjoyable. Tfie work taken up was! Act II of the Taming of the Shrew. Tho election oi officers for the] month of May resulted in the placing j of Mr. .las. Rampton as President. Mr. Kmer Harris as secretary, and .Mrs. Annii1 Snow as critic. The next meeting will be held at .tlie home of the last mentioned lady. Saturditv was a very busy day in The tentty Co. ltd, Iholesile and feu 3J AT GERMAN'S I'ARIJAMKXT A'l THE NEW CHIEF OF POLICE The City Council should that the appointment of a chief of police to succeed Chief Parry, is a very important matter and directly affects every in favor of law and order. This city wants at the head of the police force a fearless man. The turw chief should be free from entangle- ments with any clique or interest in the city. We want a man who see that everv law is enforced to the letter. What is the When one considers the acrid de- bates in the House of ['ominous on week days, it is interesting io know where tlie members worship on Sun- days. Last Sunday a correspondent of the Toronto Saturday Night at tended the Dominion church. Ottawa, and there In rious sights. To his right sat .Mr. Uoss of Cape Hreton, and Mr. Ik-hind him were Messrs. Smith. Carvclt, Sche.ll. of Oxford. A few seats one side was Mr. Hlson. and Mr. 11. Miller was behind him. A little further to ih" front and in the same pew. wore Dr. Harr. Mr. N. Lew- is, Mr. Martin. "f and Mr. I'etei- The most curious to sec thi APRIL WEATHER G 8 n 10 11 12 13 14 15 1G 17 13 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 9.9 36.0 30.1 25.2 24.7 13.0 use of having >rlund- aml s''rmlU' .c i o -vru hi the same pew. laws if they are not emorced is the necessity of having a chief of police if all the laws are not to be enforced? The new chief must be in full com- Day ot Month mand of his force. His men must be April 1 made to realize that he is to be obey i 2 ed and that they are responsible to him. 4 Mayor Henderson is right when lie 5 declares that the best possible man must be secured even if he is an out- sider. If there- is a capable mnn on the force promote him to the position but do promote any man who is an intriguer, a friend of any interest that fears tho law or at the and call of any individual or individ- uals. Far better make n. selection from the outside of a man. who might demand a larger salary, than to fill the position with an al, who would be easy going and afTcctcd by the whims of every Tom, Dick and Harry. Lethbridge the best of police protection, especially at this time when the city is growing rapidly and when many strangers are Hocking to the city. At the heart of the force must be a man who will see that ev- ery member of tho fonv is doine; his duty and that the city in business and residential sections, is thorough- ly protected. Max. 20.2 39.0 61.7 65.9 43.0 40.2 53.7 64.9 59.0 64.0 ...........71.0 73.6 ............74.8 49.3 57.0 64.9 65.8 70.7 34.7 73.0 64.2 75.4 ...........66.2 61.9 43.9 ............58.2 39.9 55.1- 52.2 ors were in from outside points. The- western' district supplied a large quota among whom wore .Ino. K. I'arrish. V. 1. Stewart, -Fas. .1. Parker and -I. P. .Jordan of Moun- tain View; .1. Allred, M. Hill- ingsh. of Caldwell: M. K. and J. M. of 0. Smith. T. K. lyeavitt and Sorensen of I.eaviit; Messrs. Dan1 Methodist 'Thompson. II. L. Thompson. Thomas S. Lowe of Kimhall: X. W. Tanner, H. Bolitie, Homer Woolf. and .Jas. II. F.llison. of Aetna: U. A. J. Fred Xielson and August Nielson, of Tavlorville were some of those who made up the contingent from the southern district. The most regrettable part of Sat- j unlay'.s record was and is ihe .that the Alberta Farmers' Associa- tion had no meeting, i With so many representative men i from all over the district and prac- if all was; theui interested, more m that a meeting should have been held. It is just possibly that the absence of the President Saturday had some- i thing to do with the record of Min.! of attendance." -0.7 I'UOCJRKSS OF THE ALUKHTA .STAK I-: TABHRXACLR W. H. Field Expert Piano Tuner from Calgary, is in thrs c'ily all week from May -itli to 9th at the Dallas Hotel. Phone your order to J. Armstrong. Jeweler. dill synod of the ehureh is eWt'il. ii wns decided at the elos- iiu: busini'ss session that the nieetin-r on tlie last Tuesday iu April, li'KW, will be hi'UI it) An im- portant (leeiston was also arrival at, that next yeur all the eh rhymers wlio attend the meeting .shall pay equally to tlie of all, whether they eoiiie from far or near. This will assure a larger attendance. At llh" Friday morning .session tin? (Utestion of the erection of a new IVe.sbyt ri in fiuireh at lianff tlis- cu-sed. The overture this subject was presented to the synod by Rev. j J. A. Clark of Calvary, who pointed j j out that every summer a large number uf distinguished visitors stay over Sunday at this beautiful r.sort, and urged the need of a better church and an able pivaeiier theiv. It was sujrgestet! thai the church be called the Robertson-Warden iu m- oiial church, and that a committee be appointed by the home mission committee to select the .site ami make j other nee ssary arrangements. It. was! further that the committee be authorised tu get subscript ions to the amount of two-fifths of which would bi- put into the eo.-t of construction ahd the bdance, 000 he (It'votul to a pe.anaiu-nt main- ten ince fund. Compliment to Hon. C. W. Cress At the afternoon session Rev. Mr. i 1 Rochester, Western secretary -of "the i Lord's Day alliaiuv, in the course of! a forceful address ujion the work oi j that body, paid u high compliment to the attorney general of Alberta, Hon. j C. Cross and his department for j their consistent enforcement of the j Lord's Day act. The enforcement of; this act, he is probably better j in this province than in any other in j the Dominion, anil the credit for' which is undoubtedly cine in a large measure to the stand tak-n by Attor- ney General Cross, who should receive the heartiest commendation of the syn- f 1 od and all other bodies interested in T I t i the work. i r In Saskatchewan three convictions -Z m 1 I S S 3 1 lii S t M PROFESSIONAL CARDS W.l.QALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. McOill Physician, Accoucher fll.j Ok, 2-3. 7-8 p.m. 00 Alberta Realty Co OR3. McCLURE STEWART, Sur- geon Dentists. Office Honra: 9a.m. to 12 p.m. ty 5p.m. HAMILTON YOUNG Ciif'nee.'fe and Surveyors Room Block. Lcthbridge Alkru 8 LOTS ON GLYN ST. Each Fine Residen- tial Lots H.J.H.Skeith Room 1 Whitney Block K.C., D.C.L., 8. Morton Jonei, B. C. L. CONYBEARE JONES Hamsters, Solicitois, Etc. Oilicc: Conybcare BJook. Alt.. 22-lyr. W. C. SIMMONS AJvocate, Barrister, Etc. Oliice: Southard Block. B. C. MOORE Funeral Director and Embalmer Next to Presbyterian Churc Phone 102. Residence 136. F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitney Block. 30-0 R. G. ADD1SON Blairmore, Alta. FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EM- BALMER Oflicj! Phone Phone 28 cl.t.f. JAS. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, Red Street Lethbridge, Alta. r und to If. oculation while blisU-ring_a. horse. Mr. Ed. J. Wood drove out to the Cochrane ranch today whither he ex- pects to move his family shortly. The many friends of Mr. Ambrose Woolford were pleased to see him driven about our streets vesterdav. The recent injury to his ankle is pro- were secured, though without tines; j and in Manitoba, matters were im-j proving. Dillictiltie.s in the enforce- ment of tlie law at first, but subs.quenr.y the Winnipeg police He referred to the conviction se- cured in Alberta under the act, one very substantial result which was that railway men who were obligtcl to work .seven days in the wvek, must Farmers and Ranchers I II INSURE! Hon. IL F. gressing favorably and he hopes to pull through with no permanent af- fection of the joint. .Miss S. A. Hirtle of Lunenberg, is in charge of Standard II in the Cardston School. Her arrival has been looked for long and anxiously and we trust she may find the work; have twenty-lour hours additional rest during the following week. The synod, by resolution, expressed its commendation of the Lords Day Scotia, arrived last week and alliance, to the sympathy and support 4 nf the members and adlu rents of the j J Presbyterian church. j It was further resolved iti this Con- nection: 'That this synod pluce on record Your Buildings against Loss by Prairie Fires also Yonr Crops against Dam- age by Hail Companies on E. T. MCGREGOR REAL ESTATE BROKER Agent for Farm and City Loans, Insurance, Collections, Rent- als and Conveyancing. List your property with me. Cai! at Room I Hill Block or Ad- dress Box 387, Lethbridge Alta. Canadian Order of Foresters Cotrt Letfabridge No. 262 atf-rnoy general of ihis pro- vinci-. thr Hon. C. Cross, ami by his subordinate oflicials toward curing through the province; the iorc-ement of the Lord's Day Act. se- completion. CROP PROSPECTS agreeable. Messrs. Clyde Brown and James i its aprcciation of the diiigehc- shown Carlson have just returned from Lo- Thc foundation of this sti- u-rvire is jgan. Cache Coun'ty, Utah, where they now well under .vny and tJ.u-good i have been at school during the past weather is helping to push months. We are all pleased to There are some ten men uov em, welcome them back once more, or: c i cd and the months en.l will OoiiVu- 39 8 29.0' :34.0 4J.O 39.1 31.0 32.3 34.2 31.1( 34.01 34.0! 39.3 j 33.9 j 33.4! CI Bowman Apcy: P.O. Block Pheac 200 The warm weather and recent storms are giving most favorable j growing conditions. The fall wheat' is showing the clTc-ct of such condi-: tions more observably than any oth-' er crop unless ii is the'patches of; alfalfa and these last are not iiuin-: erous. i M'r. Thos. H. Woolford was in town' I yesterday and in making his report: to the rX'partmcnt of Agriculture was; forwarding a sample of fall wheat j plucked from his own field measuring i 0_ eight inches in height. Ijct us hear, On o' from some one who can do Ixjttor. 34.8 I 29.3 01 1 PF.llSON'ALS OUR POINT OF VIEW The best the Liberal leader in On- tario can expect to do is to cut down the Conservative majority in the Legislature. Premier Whitney strongly entrenched and there are really no prent issues to concern the 1774.2 Means 59.1 APRIL PRECIPITATION _ I Mr. Walter 5'iUher is suffering from 923.6 nn attack akin to if not actually 30.7 1 blood poisoning. Both hands are I badly swollen but the right is near- April 10 trace p.v >f quite twice its natural 05 0.31 i The disease is said to be due to in-: Dominion Exhibition CALGARY, ALBERTA June 29th to July 9th, 1908 in Prizes expended in New Buildings cv Improvements in Purses Strobcl's Air Ship, The Novellos Ofeat Trainnl Animal Show, and othor liigh-clnss attractions Olst Bighlaridefs Band Towa State Band "Rough Hiding by real Cow Boys Indian. Sqnaw and Travois Races Reduced Fares from all points in Canada. opportunity to the last great West 2G 29 Sums 0.04 i 0.25! 0.07) 0.67 I Turf Ussociation Meeting our Write for descriptive pamphlet to E. L. RICHARDSON. Manager Meets in K. of P. Hall last Thursday of month. Visiting Brethren Welcome' J. F. ROGERS, C.R. "A. XE1DIG, F.S. Meets 1st and- 3rd M o n d ays in K. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P. 24-ly T. -I. WHITE, W. S. SNHP THREE LOTS Tnsidti HalE-milo Circle At Each Third cash, balnnce 0 and 12 months G. C. McDonald Kooni (5 Whitney Block Lethbridge Nest of Owls Lethbridge Nest ot Owls, No. 159, will meets the second Thursday of each month in K. of P. Hall. G. V. STORKEY, Secretary. ROSS TATE, President. M. PRIEST, Junior Past Pret. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. Sons of England Benefit Societi Meet in tlie of Pythian Hall every first and third ThtirHilny in tie month nt 8 p.m. Viniting bn-tliren nhvajn we! Walter Ajipk-hv, T. RoltinM. S, c. W. Jjoi 57. Ibe Western linsmithing, Plumbing and Heating Co, Rev. D. C. Hossack in tho capacity of a critic of the Ross administra- tion was worshipped by the Conferva j tivc press but us a critic of the Whit-i ney administration he is ridiciiU-d. The path the independent critic tra- vels is not Hned with showor bou- quets. mi i ill itn iiiiiiii u LADIES Chief Parry, like the ivst of human i kind, has his rauiis hut on the whole! he has proven a very efficient chief of' police. He knew what was right and i tried to do it. though oftentimes he! hud foes within the force and with-j out. However that is to his creriit.! The man without enemies in the en- pacity of chief of police v ;.ld be a unique charncter. Those independent paoers show thoir! trxic colors sooner or later. Tho Toronto News has been hard' to travel the Independent road for sonic time but it toppled over a few days ago and is now out and out Conservative. That was its inten- tions from the start but it sptnt a few years hoodwinking the people-be- fore making the jump. will he a of the WEDNESDAY EVENING AT 8 P. M. AT THE CITY HALL Wf have just received a consignment of beautiful Dlin? mid Mini] Como in and look ihom over THE EARTH WOBBLED very little when our pictnrv framor went away. V> c arc- uOilig botiri tht'n ever with less The nnisiiing touches to honsc'-cloaninp are "The Pictures." Our are alwjiys right. i mm i articles authorizing a Tnrf Association >yith all privileges j and protection under the Jaws of Caiiiuin. DCTTI prauttrtj. these, the Association, as. stated, is j prepared to go ahead and hope.' .to yivf the cily antl .strict legitimate' iiutl t-nirvtitinmeijis Curing; th'- conn'np season. To this end ro-ojvration from the citizens' L-'thbridpe and district and hope our membership. ilemlwrr-, :-liip J5.00 which inchules a. membership bailpo admitting holder; t" ntul rrjind sto.Tul priyil'-ges! and n vot.- ,-it nil meetings thf as- 1 scciation. The public is invited to attend our lirst ini-etinc under incor-; and nni'e with us mem-! bors. GKORGK M. HATCH.. President.' A. K. HUMPHRIES. Secretnrv. The Mberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET FORMERLY Lots wrti if tie Eiilniii 555 st Wstsisitr Si FROM EACH 1 Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each TERMS EASY Interest fi per cent, per annum One-third cash, one-third months, balance 12 months. Hkni iptM4, n. Hint Nicholsoi Are prepnrwl (o give 'thftir prompt and care- ful nttt.nt.ion to all orders They are experienced men and guarantee all work CALL AND GET THEIR PRICES 1st Strtif HERALD OFFICE PHONE 266 P.O. Box 1387 LETHBRIDGE LOUot nO. ij C. B. P. O. E. Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesday if each month at 3.15 p.m. E. A. SHARMAN, M. PRIEST. K- R- Secretary. WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNI O'N in Methodist Wesley Church ry third Friday in the mouth 'ot ii.. iiiways welcome. MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, Prcs. MRS. CRAS. McCLENAGHAN, Secretary. Lodge No. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS I Meet in tho. Labor Hall sec- and fourth Mondays in the month. Employers requiring certificated en- gineers, and engineer.! oul of employ- ment, would do well to communicate with {is. ROBERT NEVIN, CliicL W. A. DTCKSON, Secretary. 44- All Descriptions of Printing. Job and Book Work, Herald Job Print- ing Department. ;