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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THUMDAV, {.It I My IfefiM right, It is cttdUgh to do lhe and not to doulre, M you to 'steunl oiie's wune on the benefaction.' (Jood for you, and for ithe five boys who are io keep the BUND MAN LIADI CtAM S; Loyally Hit Brothtr at McCUl University the Berald Printing Bound St., Uihbndge, Canada. W. A, BUCHANAN, Dt- who I will do th jiame of Roosevelt. Those fully good photos. "Sincerely yours, "Theodore by the arc aw- ____ r OM Dtilj. six DtUy. three dehvered.. -IM Daily, one mouth, Pulr, year, by mail...... by mail IfcUr, three by Herald, oue year chained often as de- Uwdibut both new and old address oitwt be ,THE RIGHT WAY TO GIVE OUR POINT OF VIEW Have you planted those sweet peas? If not. do so tomorrow. Tuber needn't now. It I.- going to have telephone sooner than it The order to commence work n the Court House can be expectod i ny clay now. The making of gins and private is an art, and the of the gift always depends on the way in which it is give on its intrinsic value. Some men make gifts to the public in the spirit j ol vainglory and from an evident fear by posterity if they did not make some provision for their memory Othejs are public benefactors in in hope that tho public may forget their i sins in remembering their tions. It is not necessary to men- tion any to recall io memory many on this continent who have chus endeavored to make the forget that your duty premises. The announcement of ism (or Anarchism coim-s as no sur- prise to those who have heard him Mr. Loheuvy's stout protosta-1 {iun not anarchistic .K I mi hollow to those i believixl him at thf lime. j L. across a unique character and a louc gift like that given by William Kent of Chicago and Mar'm Caiiforniu The correspondence giv- Mr. Ken, and Pro- 1 Roosevelt ao further; The. gift ler and was full state i the insur-j L-onunission. Hi? did .so at con- length coju-lmied with you your honor, for ul- "lon'ing me to make this I do not think. I "this box without acknowledging Moiilreal, May mu-resUng story of brotherly love and courage- ous work under the, affliction of total blindness was unveilled al McGill University today, when two brothers, Thomas 8. and William Stewart, grad- uated in law, coming rcspvetivi-ly first and second in their class, and winning two out of three scholarships. Thom- as S. Stewart is totally blind, through the carelessness of ait occulist. Nine years ago he injured one of his eyes with u knife and specialists de-dar- ed that to save the sight of the other the bad eye must be removed. Mr. Stewart underwent the operation, but by some t-xtraordinaJv of care- the 'operator took out the irood eye, with the result that when jtlu- patient came out of tlu- ether he lum r" i completely blind. Undismayed by LJ thi-s, he undertook to pursue his stu- iMant law at McGill, und ever since brother has devoted hiniseif making his studies with nun, and accompanying him to college .sports y.nd through all phases John T. 1-e- of making; ned Social- a s. einj.' medium for his Wind as> no sur- heard him As a r0t5Ult of this unusual devo- the blind Stewart came out at lead of his class, while his bro- and each won the Macdonald scholarship, 5 them to a year's resi- j dene.- in Paris to perfect themselves language and iicini WORK OH THE MIDGE ENTERING UPON A STAGE THAT VAfiTNFfifi OF '.IN. DERTAKtNG 1 North Ward APPLE BUTTER QUEEN OLIVES STUFFED OLIVES TOMATO SOUP SWEET PICKLES TOMATO CATSUP MUSTARD DRESSING DK kity Co. ltd. lid lew 1) LETUMtt m I PtOFESSIONAL CAtDS WJGALBRAITH, M.O.C.y. Physician, Surg ton McQiM j GET YOUR 'SHOES AT Dean Walton paid a warm eulogium! to the two brothers in conferring the decrees, and the two wore heartily che; red by the audience as they came forward. GERMAN'S MOUSE IN THE BREAD San Francisco, which was threatened with destruction hy parties in whom 'has IXK-II on a question of principle, "and nothing personal o, course Surprise t. purchased the tract at a high figure and donated it to the federal govern- ment in the manner shown as a part of his Arbor Day celebrations. The letters are highly interesting. From Mr. Kent, donating 293 acres of woodland to the Government: "Hon. 'James R. Garfield, "Secretary Interior. U. S. "Dear herewith enclose deed of gift to a tract of land Jlarin County, California, more fully j described by accompanying documents and request that you accept it as provided for by the -Vct Junc s- 1906. "After having travelled over a large part of the open country in the United States, I consider this tract, with its beautiful trees, ferns, wild flowers, and shrubs, as tha most at- tractive bit of wilderness 1 have seen "In tendering it I request that it be known as Muir Woods, in honor of John Muir..... "Yours respectfully, "William Kent." From President Koosevelt, accept- ing the gift. "The House, Washington. Shepk i concerned he has Mr 'treated me with unvarying courtesy "and "with "have more than kind." After this there i Toronto, May a tat an early hour this morni ceded in the half light of early dawn not reveivt 'treatment at a. mission. in to whittle a portion of bread from the lottf attention was drawn to a certain scraping sound which ed the motions of the slicer. Taking; io'b ahead two sections of the loaf over to the' i L- mnvinrp n window, he allowed the first rays of anvone who undertakes to convince a i i. L Ar c- i the newlv risen sun to tall upon tiiem. he spoW hh L v, fnm j appetite. The scraping sound had the hands ni the i_om-[ been caused by the passing of the 1 ____________ j bread knife to and fro through the anatomy of a mouse which had been baked in the loaf. The loaf with its well roasted en- closure, was laid before Dr. Sheard at the City Hall, when that gentleman John S. Cox, Streaker of the Ten--first arrived at his office. He imme- 'ad an old negro ser- j diately set the machinery of his sys- his drink just as well j tern in motion, and it was not long Kentucky colonel in die I until the origin of the delicacy was just S traced to the bakeshop oi one H. Ru- spcll broke the darky bens, 176 York street, for whom a Senator Cox. says Judge's: summons was issued on a charge of selling bread containing deterious ma- says he, just j terial. clean dese winders dte niawn-; Expert Piano Tuner from Calgary, is in the city all week from May 4th to at the Dallas Hotel. Phone your order to W. J. Armstrong, Jeweler. hi lhe construction Of C. P.R. bridge 'lhe work is entering up- on a where the vnstness of the undertaking becomes apparent to i.hoso unacquainted with 'the details of such an enterprise. Opposite the Windsor Hotel the. Canadian Hi'jdgc Co. of Wulicerville, Ont... wlio have the contract for the steel work are erecting a bridge for unloading the steel. Hy ihis means the heavy piec- es can Jx- carried to a considerable i distance from the track. It will be loaded on small cars as required and taken to the bridge. This work will lie finished in a week when it is expected the steel will arrive. There are 22 men in the advance out by the com- pany. A number nf men are nt work this week on UK> tresilework which will extern! from the first ce: ment pier. The C. I'. K. ure doinB this work. Here a pile driver, with its twenty-four hundred pound ham- mer is .driving the -10 foot piles al- most half their length into the earth 11. Hnyr has several teams grading the approach to the trestlework. Tlu> forty-seven pairs of piers ot abutments from thy top of the bank to the river bank are now completed A of men are now engaged in [building the coffer dams in which ex icavations for twelve piers are to b hab a half tumbler of 'whisky, Marse John. IVre ain't like whiskey for clean win- CANADIAN HAY FED CATTLE (From the Weekly Live Stock porter, Chicago, April 24.) Re- Come up tonight for Straw- berrijs and ice roats turkey; fresh mush- rooms; ripe tomatoes, etc. THE HUB HOLD YOUR WOOL Helena, May recent meetings here of the executive committee of the Montana Woolgrowers' association and the Montana Woolgrowers' Com- mission it was decided to send out notices to all members to hold their wool clips, for what they considered a fair price and not be beaten down three small children. North of Lethbridge. Will sell in blocks of 5000 acres and up. J. T. McKINNEY Whitney. Block JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, Redpath StrMt Lethbridce, Alta. E. T. MCGREGOR REAL ESTATE BROKER Agent for Farm and City Property- insurance, Rent- and Conveyancing. List your property with me. Call at Room I Hill Block or Ad- dress Box 387, Lethbridge Alta. Canadian Order of Foresters ICE CREAM StftDrits Fmk uJ H. REED Successors to Hartley-Roberts Co. "My dear Mr. Kent.-I thank you j whisker for cIcaniiT win-! No small amount ot interest cen- most heartily for this singularly tered in a shipment of about twenty erous and publk-spirited action on The half tumbler promptly of hay-fed steers and cows from your part. All Americans who prize Cacsor. who armcd himself Alberta on Wednesday these the natural beauties of the country with somc rtgs and carried the Canadian cattle to arrive u 'here this season. The cattle were in ler to another room to begin work., ,nrou, -V few minute afterward Senator! nice conch ion and of gcnerallj to enter his room About eight loads av- wiu. eraging 1.313 Ibs. sold at four and wish to see them preserved un- dainagiXl, and especially those who realize the literally unique value of the groves of giant trees, must feel that you have conferred a great and lasting benefit upon the whole coun- try. "I have, a very great admirauon for John Muir; but after all, my j thought you Caesar was busy polishing the dows. The tumbler was on the tab- loads a bit lighter went at a I Dayton Hotel Good accommodation for the travelling public. JOHN WHITESEL, Proprietor Firbt-class Livery in con- nection few single loads at and some lots of cows at Un-' Phone 2H le, but no whiskey was in it. what's become -i j v A .-T doubtedlv thesr-. pnces will look at- ;thc asked the senator, i tractive to the Canadian cattlemen. work. used u m this dear sir, this is your gift. Xo "So r does, Marse John. an sec. Mows 153 Ivulscd the House with this hopelessly 112 cows ....................1063 land than that which you give is l drinks de whiskey, eluded, in this tract of nearly 300 jmy bref de winders." acres, and I should greatly like to i name the monument the Kent Monti- j An Jrjj.h M p was ,ienoUncing menr. if you will permit it. j mcaslirc laken hy an opponent "Sincerely yours, [proposal that wns before the HouS'j'yg "I'heodore Roosvelt." ot- Lords. Argument waxed From Mr. Kent, concerning vain Und the Irishman, in his earnestness men who make gifts: !and to carry his pmnt' 2 "To the President, Washington: "ily dear Mr. thank you from the bottom of my heart for your message of appreciation and I hope and believe it will strengthen me to go on in an attempt to save more of the precious and vanishing glorios of nature for a people too slow of perception. "Your kind suggestion of a change] of name is not on? that I can accept j So many millions of better people j have died forgotten that to stencil 1 one's own name on a benefaction j gubstantial ad. enCQuraging tfcc for the market on Wo.tern i Description Av. Price .......................1313 .......................7T.1334 6.15 'Kecn- 19 .........................1243 5.90 tailings .................1199 tailings...................1164 {mixed metaphor. "My lord." he said addressing the chair; "I smell n rat. I see it floating in the air; but. Mr. Speaker, I'll nip it in the hud." 9 cows j 5.45 5.40 5.20 5.15 First-class Gafc TS TIKI lOTtl WHIG KOTO Short Order Between Meals CARROLL DOYLE Columbia Restaurant Open Day and Night FRESH OYSTERS Candies, Cigars. Japanese Goods. Meal Tickets per Week Next door to Coaldale Hotel YOU OUGHT TO VISIT Oi ICE CRM HRIOR When out for an evening's stroll. If you don't want to so out r.lione us and we, O send it to your home. spoonful delicious. Quality never varies. ROCHON CONFECTIONERY SPECIALISTS FARMERS and RANCHERS INSUKE your Buildings against -Loss -by Prairie Fires also your Crops ag- ainst Damage by Hail P.O. Block 200 rU.262 Meets in K. of P. Hall last Thursday of mouth. Visiting Brethren Welcome J. F. ROGERS, C.R. A. KEIDIG, F.S.- Halstcad, C.I'-B. freight agent, arrived in Tuber yesterday. We un- derstiiiul hib visit was in reference to the revision of freights on coal from district; He visited'the Canada West Coal Co. and had a long confer mice wi'h the manager. Meets 1st and 3rd Mondays in K. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DAVIES, W.r. 24-ly T. -T. WHITE, W.JS. Ring Up 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE Nest of Owls Lethbridge. Nest oi Owls, No. 159, will meets the second Thursday of each j month in K. of P. Hall. G- V. STORKEY, Secretary. C. BOSS TATEk President. M. PRIEST, Junior Past 4.00 iiHi! II III I MM LADIES seems to carry with it au implicat4on of mundane immorality, as being] something purchascablc. "I have fivp cood. huskv that I am trying to bring up to a know-1 T j i T We have juat received a consignment of beautiful tip Mi icdge of democracy and to a realizing', of the rights of the 'other fel-j doctrines which you. sir. havci taught with wore vigor and cfioct i any man in my lime. If tliour boj'S can not keep the o? alive, I am willing -t gottcn. "I have this