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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY .1. Itfrt Side Printed by the Daily Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening iu ottice, Round St.. Lethbridge, AlberU, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Making Oi' and Editor. 2.00 1.00 .36 Subscription Daily, one delivered..... Daily, month, delivered, Daily, three mouths, delivered. Daily, one month, delivered Daily, ooe year, by mail 3.00 Daily, six mouths, by mail 1.76 Daily, three months, by mail .85 '.Veekly Herald, one year Addresses changed as often as de- sired; but both new aud old address must, be given. Cyrus Townsend Hrady, the author ___mid clergyman, told at a dinner in Toledo a u'uoui "A said Dr. Brady, Jay dying, lie had lived a life of which, as he now looked buck on it, he felt none too proud. To the min- ister at his bedside ho muttered weak ly: 1 leave a hundred thousand dollars or so to the church will my salvation be "The minister answered cautiously: '1 wouldn't like to be positive, but it's well worth trying.' A PitlNCR OK WALKS STORY The Duke and Duchess, on their liour through south-western Ontario, CHINAMAN ON WITNESS STAND (Continued from Front depends upon your swearing lie is positively the man you saw there that afternoon, will you swear he is the He would not swear to it. An Admirer of Burns v Guy, flippant, and apparently with- out the least conception of the ser- iousness of tne matter, James Carson, a young miner, told of visiting the woman's house on Saturday night, twice on Sunday, twice on Monday, and again on Tuesday he "read a few from a volume of Burns. On t-ach day Monty had told them there was n man staying there all night and he had heard a man in the otlu-r room and twice heard him MMMMIMIMMfr TOO SENSITIVE were to make a short stop a.l tne city of d'or obvious reasons I The charge is made that the Her- the- name, also the names of aid in criticizing some of the referred ut' Council is purposely ing to {jot. nt Aid. Ives for reasons. Now the Herald has no A short presented first; address wus to ihen i he mayor and city counoi! al- ong will: a few leading citizens, were to bo introduced. One of the latter, in saying that po'it.icallv it is not in ex-mayor, possessed of an easy as accord wilh A1.I. Ives hut when he ttml was nominated as a candidate for the city council last year we ,il u" tO his election for ihe reason that we j hu Wlis So he ,i i.i 'said to the Duke in a half-jocuhir, thought lie would inuKe u good aid- .'half-familiar tone: "1 saw the old onuan. It we had desired to T man when he was m Canada m IS- antagonism to tho views 01 Aid. Ives on political matters into municipal affairs we would have opposed his' Ridgway's COFFEE in Sealed Glass Jars 60c per Ib. RIDGWAY'S TEAS We are Sole Agents WILL BE A FINE CHURCH come from the outside through a door to Uu- bedroom. He had not seen the man, however. On Tuesday at hull pnst six, the man was in the bed- room and Monty went to tell him toj keep The man w.as there when In- l.-ft. Donald A. Sinclair told of calling the house between 0.55 mid 7.05 but was not udmit- With the trrcatest good nature the Duke replied: "Oh, indeed! Hut we at Tuesday lei ,-e Hallovich, a Slav miner, saw Mike at the hou.se on Saturday night I and Monty told him and his com- panions that he was going to stay all night. Ho said Mike wore a cap and a black wide brimmed hat. The fur cap being put The Bntty Co, Ltd, IRD Retail Pint Ji LETIIHK i Mike, he said it but meant a .'do not consider my father, the King. poak cap Miko Hlenski, a compan- ion of Steve's gave similar evidence. Frequent election into the council. Hut the Herald is strongly opposed to party 'an old man yet. politics figuring in municipal mutters i lief ore this same function was end- and the support it accorded Mr. Ives i U-d another hit of humor cropped up. as an aldermanic candidate was in-; One of the alderman to be mtrouuc- GET YOUR SHOES NorthWard spired by a desire to have in the council intelligent men, who ea- od was generally known by the nick- ger to promote the best interests of the city. We have taken an opposite vJew to Aid. Ives on several municipal ques- naine of "Lord in fact, for I years he had been recognized by that 'name only in the city, and widely throughout the country. When it tions but surely we were not suppos- ed to lose all interest in municipal; matters because a leading Conserva-'; came his turn to be mayor, unthinkingly, presented the jravo the nick- tive was a member of the council. The Herald, in offering its opinion on the gas well proposition and the early closing liylaw was not in ac- cord with the opinions of Aid. Ives or for that matter, a majority of the council, hut the position taken was not inspired by personal or po- litical differences. The Herald is not that kind of a paper. The trouble u-iih a lot of men who enter public life is that, they arc too sensitive. They imagine that every criticism of thoir public acts is di- j reeled at them personally. I The Herald will continue to take a keen interest in municipal prob- lems. H will follow the policy it has always pursued of supporting the council when it is right and op- posing it when it is wrong. Kaglan, Your Highness." Now Lord Kaglan, both in address and personal appearance, was any thing but although a very popular character and good business- like citizen. Tho Prince evidently saw the humor of the situation- at once, for he quickly turned to the I Duchess with a visible sniilo, and said: "My I i The Duchess seemed also to umler- A Frankie Harris, who had been an inmate of Monty Lewis' house up to Nov. 4th, and who now occupies the same house on her own account, gave evidence that the prisoner had been a frequent visitor to the house and had come to see her. When she left on November 5th, having returned from Coleimm to got her effects, she paid Monty twenty dollars. Monty had about two hundred dollars then and geneffflly deposited her money in the bank. She told counsel for defence that she knew the man Green who was a frequent visitor and had some times know that he was Monty's ODO OD meals there. She did not know- that he was Monty's sweetheart, that they had quarrelled, that she gave him presents, or that they correspond- ed. The fact that Monty had deposited j GERMAN'S j Ask those who regularly visit our Parlor how they like ROCHON'S ICE CREAM The plans for the new Presbyter- ian church are quite elaborate. That denomination can look forward to having a church of which they can well bo proud and which will be a credit to the city. The uew church will be built on the corner of Duf- erin and Burdett main ront facing on Burdett. The seating capacity will be and provisions will bo made so, that gallery seating 200 can be easily udded. The plans have in view the removal of the pastor's study anc choir room to the rear, and to iit ii w t-h .the general architecture of the building. It is the intention to do this when necessary. When this i done tho apace occupied in tho pres cut plan by the choir room and pas will afford an iidditiona sauting capacity of 297. Thus with very little trouble and expense the seating capacity can be increased from 545 to 1042. Two exits will open on Burdett street. When it becomes mcossary to makejhe above changes a. third ex- it will on Dufferin street. Iu tho basement there will be a Sunday school room seating 380; lour cluss rooms, a library, a kitchen, storage room, a boiler and coal room nd two lavatories. The material for the building will be the finest of pressed brick vith cement trimmings. The founda- ion will be cement. Steam heat will be used throughout. "A beautiful electroier will be hung from the cen- tre of the ceiling. The auditorium floor has a fall o] 3 feet in 80 ft. The ceilings are vaulted and will be 34 feet high. Stained glass will be placed in all the windows of which there are ten to a side and six iu the front. As inti- mated yesterday the estimated cost J of the building and seats is Work is to be started immediately and is to be finished in six months from date of contract. J. A. Macdonald is the architect. 00 Alberta Realty Co Alberta PiOFESSIONAL CAftDS W.S.QALBRAITH, M.D.C.U. McOUt Physician, fturgMn Office 914 IMptUi Bt. 'Phone SI 9ft.p.L. 8-8. .m. McCLURE 4 STEWART, Sur jeon DentititH. Office Houn: fa m. if 18 n.; I p.m. to 5p.m. DR. C. C. CRAQQ Phytleian and turjun. Office over Drag Store Phone Office 125. House M. Office to 11 a.m., to p.m., 7 to 8 pin 8 LOTS ON GLYN ST. Each Fine Residen- tial Lots HJ.H.Skeith Room 1 Whitney Block DR. o. j. coomcc Graduate of Northwestern Univer- sity, Chicago, 111. Office Hours-9 to 12; 1 to ft, Whitn.y Block Ruipath HAMILTON 4. YOUNG and Survtyert Room Black. i stand at once, for with her sweetest smile she received tho -lord" in :lfu'r Nov- 5- when ris woman saw her with the amount mentioned, was established by T. B. a gracious manner that he was able to pull himscii together and i i George, accountant of the union Bank us exit heiore utter collapse had ov-1 fc ertaken him. I t-an vouch for the foregoing, as the whole story was told me by Lord Raglan himself a. short time after the THE KICKER The Herald is pestered to death with people who think a newspaper's duty is to kick about everything. If the council does not act to suit them tuc> want us to get after the Mayor and Aldermen with what they call a "roast." They look upon the newspaper as the vehicle of all their complaints. They intimate that Saturday Night. AMERICAN COED SYSTEM Boys Become Inferior Copies of the Girls When They Are Taught in the Same Classes London, May writer in the Times seriously criticizes the Ameri- can system of coeducation of the sex- es. He admits the advantages for they would like us to act after the physiological and social reasons, but men, with whom they have had per- sonal differences. A man said the other day, "The Herald doesn't knock half hard and he was right. The Herald is not in the knocking bus iness. These fellows we spoak Of re- mind us of i he lines we read in an exchange the other day: "He kirketh in the morning. He kicketh in the night, He kirks when things go wrong. He kicks when things go right. He's kicking in the afternoon. He's kicking when in bed. T wonder if he still will he Kicking when he's dend." A GREAT FUTURE There is a good day coming when all the land in the vicinity of this city will be the home of prosperous fanners In recent years the devel- opment of the agricultural resources of this district has been remarkable. .Rut we arc only on the verge of it. Take for instance the Cameron ranch. which has just been acquired by the O. W. Kerr Co. It is not many years since a man who would have purchased that land for grain growing would have hauled into police court as a maniac. Hut 'times have changed. The Cameron ranch and every oth- er bit of uncultivated prairie land liavc in them wonderful possibilities for tho future. In ten years we wil not know this country just ns the people who left the country ten years ago would not recogrtize It n We have only commenced to develop and we have a great future in store. points out that at most coeducation schools girls are in the majority and the attention of the teachers is be- stowed upon them in proportion. "A girl matures earlier than a he says, "and at the age at which the two are educated together her power of concentration is gn-ater. Thus it happens in many clashes that the na- ture of teaching is determined by the requirements of jrirls, and, as there is an irrepressible tendency for the minority to imitate tho majority the become an inferior copy of the girls, acquiring girls' gentleness and sensitiveness but not tho proper strrntrth of either sex. "Eventually the boys are irrepar- ably wounded in their dignity and lo.se aith in themselves. There is no greater danger to character than this school which if it fails to fortify the character, fails in all. at Frank and Blairmore, the only bank at these places.' The last de- posit was S40 made on Oct. 21 Since that she had issued a cheque for on Nov 7. The bank book was produced in court and figures taken from it showed that from July 31 to November 19, she had made seven deposits, the largest of which was and that each month she drew out exactly what she deposited during the previous month. The Prisoner's Finances Gustavus Roxford, secretary-treas- urer of the Canadian-American Coal and Coke Co., of Frank gave evidence as to Mike's finances. He started working at the mines on Aug. 16, and up to Nov. 16 had missed only four THEHUB Come up tonight for Straw- berries and cream; ice cream; roast turkey; fresh mush- rooms; ripe tomatoes, etc.- THE HUB FREIGHT HANDLERS STRIKE Ovvon Sound. Out.. May "inwlred freight handler? went on strike to dar at noon on the C. P. R. docks because a cut in w.ipcs from 15 cents to 13 cents an hour. days. On that date he drew his wages for October. In November he had worked every day, fourteen days, and had less deductions of 55.50, coming to him. This 136.50 was his back-pay and no demand had been j made for it until Mr. Mucleod, coun- sel for the defense, had presented an order signed by Phillips on Feb. G, the day of the preliminary trial. John Jacobin, a Frank miner, told of sellini: the prisoner a stove, a and kitchen articles on Oct. 14 or 15 for ?IG or Accused had said boarding was too high, and that he would batch or send for his wife to Mr. Roxford in his evidence told of Phillip's renting a shack in October. The prisoner's father-in-law, a lit- tle old Galician from Pakan, was call- ed but Mr. Maclood objected to his evidence being taken before he had seen certain letters received by the prisoner since he wjis locked up, some of which he believed were from the witness. This witness and fight others remained to b-- called by the Crown. HELIE TO CHANGE HIS CREED agan Will Turn Protestant So That] He and Mme. Gould May Have Religious Marriage Rome, May of the greatest ifficulties in the way of a marriage between Prince Helie de Sagan -and Mme. Anna Gould, is the fact that he Catholic church, not recognizing he divorce, has refused to annul Mme. Gould's first marriage. The prince is determined to marry Mme. Gould and to this end he has decided to turn .Protestant. This will enable the couple to be united by both civil and religious marriage cer- emony. Jf the prince remained a Catholic there could be no religious ceremony, and consequently his wife would not be accepted by society. FARMERS and RANCHERS ..INSURE your BuiUliags against Loss by Prairie Fires also your Crops ag- ainst Damage by Hail Cl Bowman Upcj P.O. feck Plate 200 .F.P.Conybw., K.C., D.C.L., B. Morton B. C. L. CONYBEARE JONES Solicitors, Ste. Office: Conybeare Block. itt-lyi W. C. SIMMGMS AJvocatt, Barritttr, Etc. Office: Southard Block. B. C. MOORE Funeral Director and Emholmor to Presbyterian CUirch Office Phone 102. F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitney Block. COAL SYNDICATE FIRMED Frank, May new coal company or syndicate was formed in Frank to operate in Flathead country. All of them have come together in one con- cern for the purpose of dealing with he holdings. The syndicate was or- ganized with S. M. Moore, president; G. C. Rochfort, secretary; J. H. Farm- er, treasurer ;and a board of direct- ors composed of these officers-and in addition, George H> Scott and A. S. Parquharson. It is proposed -to pros- oect the lands this summer. SNHP THREE LOTS Inside Half-mile Circle At Each Third cash, balance C and 12 months G. C. McDonald Room 6 Whitney Block R. G. ADD I SON Blairmore, Alta. FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EM- BALMER Office Phoue Phone 88 d.t.t. JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, Red path Street Lethbridie, Alta. E. T MCGREGOR REAL ESTATE BROKER Agent for Farm and City Insurance, Collections, Rent- als and Conveyancing. List your property with me. Call at Room I Hill Block or Ad- dress Box 387, Lethbridge Alta. lanaflfian Order of Foresters CM! III I Ilillillllll iliiH OUR POINT OF VIEW Finnic seems to be enjoyinjr a groxv- iTig ttjjiO. lmim-.-> nHxj'iliV added to the voters' list. Arbor Day did not rnaMe many people to clean up their yards but it was just the sort of n day to en- able the farmers to clonn up a big nt harvest time. Pity it is thrtt more of our citi- zens are not as enterprising as F. W. Pouner. Rex Virtue and Jas. Fiske in erecting houses for rental in the city. The city certainly neons all the new homes possible to supply the demand from the rapidly increasing population. LADIES We have just received a consignment of beautiful Bin, Cips anl Saicen them Come in and look over THE EARTH WOBBLED very little when our picture framer went away. We are doing better work then ever with less gas. The finishing touches to honse-cJeaning are "The Pictures." Our prices arc always right. ME! PARISIAN WOMEN WASPLIKE WITH THE COWG OF SPRING thcrt- also comes the de- mand for a good Spring tonic. In this respect the- Lethbridge Bock Beer meets many requirements, being an absolutely pure extract of malt and hops. For the run down and fagged out it is a healthy food. Delivered in kegs and cases after llth inst. LETHBRIDGE BREWING A MALTING COMPANY, LTD. Lethbridge Markets One Township North of Lethbridge. Will sell in blocks of 5000 acres and up. J. T. McKINNEY fc.262 Meets iu K. of- P. Hall laat Thursday of mouth. Visiting Brethren Welcome J. F. ROGERS, C.R. A. NEIDIG, F.S. Sevent-en Twenty Inches Measure- ment of Actresses' Colds and Pneumonia Result May seventeen twenty inches runs the waist moos-1 ure of tho twenty most beautiful act- rfjjsos in Paris. This interesting 1 hocomes known this the re- j suit of careful measurements under- taken by an enterprising newspaper which makes a specialty of theatrical Mile. Polaire holds the record, with! a waist which measures a scant sev-j enteen inches when she is fully dres- sed. The craze for slim waists now is at its height. A specialist this said that, half the women he is now treat- j ing ior colds, pneumonia, and other ills, brought on the illness by sacri- ficing warm clothing to the fad for appearing thin. "Nine-tenths of the fashionable wo-! men in he said, "now are go! ing about the streeJs insufficiently clad." New Daftn Betel Good accommodation for the travelling public. JOHN WHITESEL, Proprietor First-class Livery in con- nection First-class Cafe 1KKI lOTfl Short Order letweti Meals CARROLL DOYLE Wheatr- No. 1 Northern 86 No. 2 Northern 83 No. 3 Northern 76 No. 4 Northern 59 No. 1 Alberta Red 81 No. 2 Alberta No. 3 Alberta Red 71 No. 5 White..................... 76 No. 2 White 70 Oats per cwt 1.10 Barley per .80 Flax .................per bus.... 80 Dressed Turkeys ..............per Ib..... 20 Ducks ................per Ib..... 18 .................per Ib..... 18 Chickens per Ib.......... 14 Cattfc on per Ib COWB per Ib......... per xwt Dressed per cwt....... Lira per cwt ItiniJ per cwt....... Dftiry Ib.......... 30 Ib.......... 35 Epgs per 25 cwt....... 90 per Ib............-.. 1 Ib.......... 4 Partnipn Ib............. Carrots per Ib.......... 2 Upland............... ton Blue Joint per ton Green or frozen per 2J to 2J Dry flint Ib. 7 to Curad Ib S to 3ft RMdtred No. 1 ..........................................31 >'o. 3 1 Whitney Block Meets 1st and iJrd Mondays i'n-K. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are-cordially invited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P. 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S. Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS. Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral TELEPHONE O3 Lethbridge Nest of Owls Lethbridge Neat ot Owls, No. 1W, will meets the aecood Thursday of each month in K. of P. Hall. G. V, STORKEY. C. ROSS TATE, President. M. PRIEST, Junior Paat Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. Sw if Ejtod tefft Meet in the of Pjlbiw ererj Drat and thin] ThunxUj in 8 Ywiting brethren alwajr wrf cone. Waiter W. T. RoUm, Bos ST. General Teaming When yon require your gardens ukmghed, your yards cleaned np cellars dug, or any other teaming done, SEE US, or phone 201, or Irop a post card in the office, your order will receiveonr prompt atten- tion. COAL must be paid for >n delivery. Kesidcnce and stable east of the barracks. Wit. TAYLOR, Lethbridge NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall eray sec- and and fourth Mondays in Iht month. Employers retiring certificated en- gineers, and out of employ- ment, would do well to communicate with vs. ROBERT NEVIN, Chiet W. A. DICKSON, Secretary. M-lyrd-v LETH BRIDGE NO. C. B. P. O. E. Meets Sod and 4th Tuesday t g.15 p.jB. A E. A. 9HARMAN, E. R. M. FKIE8T. Secrsiuy. WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION in Methodiat Wealey Chwrefe every third Friday in the month M 3.30 p. m. Visitors always welcome. MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, Pwt. MRS. CHAS. McCLENAGHAN, Secretary. AH Dttcriptiont Printing, Jot anal Work, HtraW ing ;