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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LlTMiVaibfli, Al'tAV, WEDNESDAY, MAY II, Daily HcroW r Printed br the Dtily Herald Priming Co., LM.j.ererf lawful eveniof ito BMind St.. Lethbridfe, ilterta, Canada.; W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Oi- and Side J MEMBERS OF FAMILY ALL, l.'X- (Grass Valley Correspondence, Sacra- nieiuu JJee.) Father, mother ami child, all under I the age of 17, and therefore noted THE CARDSTON BUDGET Cunlsloii, May utid sun- shine, rain and hail, follow each olh- ly ilnys. Sunday fair and the sun peokedi out u few times. Toward evening I he storm clouds roUod up from the south and east causing a local hailstorm. RatM down in the school census marshai's'jU-'s course was north-iwlh-'west and book, is one of the interesting and it appeared to be more severe on the remarkable incidents developed here eastern side of the Si. Mary's river, during the last few days, since Ceu-jNo diumige resulted on this sid" and 2 j sus Marshall Argall begun work. "one Ims'luvn reported so far from I.jj'family is named Cruse. Probably the other. .16 such another record cannot be found j Yesterday was showery and there is Daily, six month, delivered, Dtiiy, three niouthu, delivered. Daily, oue mouth, delivered cue year, by mail aix in out by mail Daily, three monthu, by mail Herald, one year........__ Addrtttseii changed u often aa de- iired; but both new and old address i r.U'ICK Oiuit be given. j (From the Cleveland I'laiiulealer) j .-i Carl Harris, Charlew Hyde and j Koseimveig tried out the new Ridgway's 1 COFFEE! 3.N 1.76 .16 I.50'CJETT1XO Til Kill NAMES i steady warm rain ihis evidently there was litlle cessation during the night. The crops will IK? greatly benefit ted as a result of the heavy soaUiiig given the soil. CASK At four oVlock on Saturday there us hearing before Just lev of the WHEN BENNETT GOT HIS chairs in the llollenden yesite.r-! The special correspondent of theW KIUm' runk i was churned wilh usjiiLr abusive Ian- loronto Globe wrote Jus paper ,rom Jack lU-oves and Peter Carroll also station, the obiect of the press gallery at Ottawa, umler sal in lhtf llolUwlen yesterday. Cuho date of May 1st: i ____ j I proprietor ol the I ahooii Hotel, who At an early hour this morning Mr.; ,.L Uu, oU, Wtts lo lol pub- Hugh Guthrie, South o> lalk j lie know thai ihe transfer closed the debate on Mr. Borden's Jn lh.. WJml it ull; lo his was itl oi motion on the civil service commi.s- Q in Sealed Glass Jars 60c per lb. i RIDGWAY'S TEAS We are Sole Agents Ihe fentty Co, Ltd, tftjiesile ifld HetiH 13 LETNIIIKE Jjupcr means Muria lllo olll A llf witnesses wore exam- sion with one of the host .fighting speeches of the session. Following ..lhal .lir ;l.Ulkill- ;uu! lhtf siuinjr was adjourned Mr. Bennett, who had contributed to Jjhia.s wh.u occupied. You'll! until yesterday so that more witnes.s- the debate in his usual vituperative plough righl j Ml u t.s Afu.r lhe tmin strain, he first gave that gentleman yoil sh.irpen ux you kinjamve.1 two of the crew were also ex- the most severe castigation that has- suj, jnlo l.onls 0- wood. ami I inflicted upon any member of n, haxe whon you git The decision is expected Mr. Parliament in many a long day. i Klton's return from Magrath and was neither courteous nor chivalrous j GET YOUR j 1 SHOES' nor fair, he suid, to use the language that Mr. Bennett had given expres-' sion to in his attack on Hon. Mr. Brodeur. Then "In the1 custom of chivalry when you cast down the gauntlet and asked some- THOSE MANITOBA LISTS (Montreal Herald.) It has long been the settled, policy of the Liberal party that whatever one to take it, up, the challenge w always answered. And tonight I would cast down the gauntlet to the member for East Simcoe and I ofler w i. i> T, L _pne might think that this priucipl him-this challenge: If you can Raymond whither he went yesterday afternoon. DF.AT11 OF INFANT Mr. and Mrs. Luther Wolsey mourn the loss of their little babe born a few days since. Mr. and Mrs. An- drew 8pence. came up from Spring Coulee to be with their daughter Mrs Wolsey in her hour of sorrow and by the noise that is being miulc The was made yes- the services being held at the home of lhe bereaved. AH will sym- in the rovinces consider to be a prop- er electoral qualification will be ac- ceptable Dominion purposes. To in me let-risiaiion ne cries has been guilty ot the slightest' h f ih r t i brought down respecting the prepara- oss ol Uu" "rst boin- lot. or tittle of dishonesty m j fnvpi.-iJirvpr VT urnnr PAnn lion of vntfV listt; in LU-M-nKr.-Nt.l-. A I UUULitOItU of his' Jh j ,nls ol department I ,ack all t said m commendation ot that isiumuk uit honorable gentleman. And 1 SQv to t0rms OI perfectly rea- the member for East Simcoe: If thero is no provis- do not accept that challenge, then in lhe officer the al a election to know with AT I "on lor enuniinir the retun not accept that challenge, then in b i i- i a Dominion election to language 01 chivalrv, u you Lived .LI .certainty who are entitled to vote in i that the It i.s- to supply this want has been brought) in. Mr. Aylesworth claims, and duces facts in support of his asser- m the old days you would 1u- spoken ;hi.s of as a coward, a poltroon, nnd backslider." i Mr. Bennett cowered in his seat xvhile the lash was thus vigor-! oosly applied bv Mr. Guthrie. IMfCUlinr mc' looked verj- unlike the bold political in buccaneer who a few minutes previous between ly had e-xhibiting so much constituencies. every otlicer in the ten Mnti of the Woolford branch of thc Card- slon Ward on Sunday last. The ser- vices were held in the school house of the Mutte Lake S. P., as this is known on the records of the IVpart- ment of Education. Pres. F.dw. J, Wood, wilh his first Councillor.Thos. vado. The member for East Simcoe would fain, have removed himself out of the range of fire from this unex-1 iwnose nauios wero quarter, but the "Liberals in-1.. vited him to remain and take his me- I. cntillotl dicine, and by the time Mr. Guthrie i1" h'S divisio11- Whttt M t i f -L. I now proposes had finished with him he was a hum-1 iliated individual indeed. face to The- report of the officer, tie Provincial to vote Aylesworth this decision Mr. Win. T. Ainscough, showed that the branch was in a flourishing con- people being added to their numbers constantly and the re- cord made for the post year being the best ever. There will doubtless be a ward or- ganization accorded the, people Mr. Guthrie, however, did not con- fine his attentions to Mr. Bennett, He used the X-ray in a masterly man shall no longer be loft, to haphazard decision of the officer, but an election is ordered a once be appointed j brunch in the near future. This is thc famous farming- district just four or five miles east of Cardston. The three best fields in the standing- grain competition for this district lost year were located in the Woolford branch. COLUMBIA RESTAURANT is now under new manage- ment and is prepared to serve meals that cannot be excelled in Lethbridge Confectionery Fruit Japanese Goods SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURS PHONE: 111 QUlTf THE EPISCOPAL PULPIT of Bif Philadelphia Church Resigns, Probably to Be a Caholic i'hiiadeiphiu, Muy ini his efforts to have revoked the edict of tho recent Protestant Episcopal Church convention which permits clergyman of other denominations at stated times to occupy pulpits in Episcopal churches, the Rev. William McGarwy, rector of Si. Church, Sixteenth and Miftin streets, today te.iidc-i.ed his resignation. At a special meeting of the vestry held after the morning service the re- signation was accepted, us was also that of Samuel P. Woodward, the senior warden of the church, who was in sympathy with the rector. Jiotli re- signations will take effect next Sun- day. The congregiition of the church will on Wednesday evening to take action on the subject. Dr. MeGiirvey's resignation means not only that ilio church will lose his services, but also that with him will go the three curates, or assistant ministers, as these curates are the appointees of the rector. All of them take the same .stand upon the open pulpit as does the rector. It is generally understood that soon -after his resignation is effective Dr. McGnrvey with his assistants will make formal application to join the Roman Catholic Church, although tonight the rector refused to confirm this, contenting himself by saying that he intended to take a long n st Dr. McGarvey i.s the superior oi the religious order known as the Com-1 panions of the Holy Saviour, and the headquarters of tliis order is at the St. Elizabeth's Church. Whore its future home will be is not yet defin- itely decided. In a sermon preached at the even- ing prayer service tonight the retiring rector severely condemned the pulpit doctrine. "When see men who have not been ordained according to the direc- tion of our said the rector, ''allowed to enter the pulpits of our Church our hearts are filled with sor- row. It is as though a layman was permitted to administer the sacra- ments. It is a betrayal of Christ. Woe, woo, to thc Church that p.Ttnits it." Taking his text from the gospel of St. John, "As my Father sent me so do I send the rector dwelt upon the holiness of tho office of pri-.'st.s and how the powers of the minister are tint derived from any pro- cess within himself, but by reason nf the ordination in the form pre- -eribed by Jesus Christ. Residence Alberta Realty Co Albtru FARMERS and RANCHES INSURE your Buildings against Loss by Prairie Fires also your ag- ainst Damage by Hail ClBowmanftpcy! P.O. Block board shall at duty it will be to ner upon the arguments of Messrs.! i i Mists 01 voter.-, m strict confonniiv Bord n and Fost r laying bare to whh tlw the House the skeletons around which T _ iine of Manitoba, and nc-! icthod of personal j r-t i on noticing the absence of both Mr. Borden and Mr. Foster, that when-iw ever he had to refer to them he did t not have the pleasure of having them before him. He did not because of Growth is bound to be a characteris- tic of this locality. PERSONALS Mr. Fred S. Clay is disposing of his toxvn property on Taylor Street. This is an exceptionally fine building i_ vii i in those arguments were hung. It t th' n d his misfortune, he said incidentally! hlock and a half west of the on noticincr the hnth ATI- 'i fa Hotel. He is Calgarv hound Th h K" now, an official voters list to trn ffo ln's necessary provision i u r.v, j n- um Decause 01 i x, iIot tne macnmerv of -in pipctinn Mr that, however, intend to hesitate to rtrt t.Action. liorden r.m! h.s inends protest; and talk rather loudly of holding the House in session until Christmas. say what he had to say with refer- ence to their utterances. Mr. fJuth- rie did not oven hint at it, but those who have watched the proceedings this session could not help wondering just, how much accident or design had and expects to be heard from at the Dominion Exhibition Grounds soon. Mr. Walter Pitcher who was afTect- ed by what was deemed blood poison- ing returned from the Gait Hospital yesterday greatly lie was accompanied by his brother Arthm -11 i ay very iranklv savs that; Mr. the Opf.ositiori do not want .such list, but want to force the returning i rilcher. Cardston pleased to note that pie will be his condition j permitted so speedy a return and al- to do with the absence of Hon. Mr. Foster. The scathing criticism to provim.ial which that gentleman's addition the budget debate was subjected nt i the time by Mr. 0 uthric will not' soon be forgotten, least of all the member for North Toronto. officers to make- the best thov can of j so that the i.s not so serious the materials handed .them byhe THE HUB Come up tonight for Straw- berrias and cream; ice cream; roast turkey; fresh mush- rooms; ripe tomatoes, etc. THE HUB WOMEN IN CONGRESS CAMPAIGN Countess of Warwick to Be Pitted Against Mrs. Alice Long- worth bv made knowingly! unfair to Liberal Mr. d'reenway is Belting j to be an old man now and nobody j Dr. Smith and wife, late of Spring-1 field. 111., were S0uth bound passen- j OUR POINT OF VIEW accused him of being afraid to take the hardest punishment an op-1 poncnt could givc him in a fair fight.! gors on yesterday's train. Mr. Jos. O. Duke of Chicago made a flying trip to this point yesterday in order to see friends and relatives here. Thc gentleman is very favor- W. J. is canning all his When he says the Manitoba lists arc not fair, and gives instances, .people will believe him. and will wonder whv v Itorrtcn elects to fight for them. Phintl'ng speeches in a phonograph. A man died in Toronto who had never allowed a woman to enter lho-v in Manitoba as house. Probably that was thc in the Provinces, leave 'the compilation of the lists to the impartial municipal authorities If they did, Mr. Aylusworth's provision with our beautiful country and while his business is that of a druggist, he expects" to become interested in Southern son he died. "Edmonton has a telephone that telephones." says the Edmonton Bulletin. That's nothing, but if it had one that telegraphs it might be worth talking about. -As soon as a reward of was offered for the arrest of Moir. thc London. Ont v v.v., vi nu tured. Moral: The only way to! make a constable get busy js to give him a big tip. would not be nccessarv. H 111111111111111 U 11 Mr. Haultain says he has no use for free school books he-cause thoy' spread Taper money has tho same fjiult they say but our friend Haullain of Saskatchewan kindly disposed towards it. i The Bonnie I Purple Tartan j; Have you the Tartan is verv A charge is made that thc Conser- vative gm-ernment of Ontario will award the county town for the new district of Tcmiskaming to the place giving the biggest Conservative ma- jority. That's a new way to get votes. Another Canadian is to the fore in Uncle Sam's domain. Rev. C. H. Brent, a native of Newcastle, Ont., Aiijjlienn Bishop in the FhilHpines has been appointed Bishop of Wash- ington, B.C. From thc famous Raphael 1 1 and Heather Post Cards yet? Same old price. Tuck house. J THE EARTH WOBBLED very little when our picture framer went away. We are doing better work thrr; Inon The finishing touches to house-cleaning are Pictures." Our prices are always right. I, SIR should Q suitable tract be procured, j Mr. Puke is a brother-in-law of Mr. C. K. Snow and we trust he may find his way hither much more frequently in the future. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kufus Tilling, aged 7 years, died last night, due to "trouble following mea- sles. This is a cese calling forth thc deepest sympathy as it is thc second death in the family during the last four months and Ienvcs the parents childless. The funeral he herd j at 1 o'clock in the Assembly Hall.1 Mrs. Tilling is the daughter of Mr. Kph. Harkcr of Cnrdston and tho fu- neral arrangements have been made with a vieu to the presence of tho from .Magrath. Foi PURE ICE CREAM. Cool, Soft Drinks and TEMPTING MEALS go to Alberta Restaurant Oliver Block Phone 228 P.ellefontaine, Ohio, May Countess oi Warwick, England's fam- ous Socialist agitator, will be piftec" against Alice Roosi-velt Longworth daughter of the President of the Unit- ed Suites, in the Congression d cam- paign in the Kighth Ohio district thin fall. That both women will makt speches from the stump lias just be..-r announced. Some weeks ago Congressman Long worth told Ralph D. Coif, uomimitec for a third term by the Republicans the tossing of a coin in a secret meet ing nf candidates breaking in hi favor, that both- he and bis wif would speak in the district for th candidate. Disgruntled Republican an- making a fight on Cole. M. G. Whartnn, of Kenton. nomine of tile Socialists, today that Countess of Warwick had agrec.< to visit the district in :i ing tour for his election. The Democratic candidate, Wiilinrn R. Niven of this city, will be by prominent Democrats of the Stat< and nation. His managers ar searching for a counter attraction t< ihe two women. PORT ARTHUR WORRIED Port Arthur. May 1 town officials are qnnndry to j know what to do wilh the large in- flux of laboring men who are crossing over from Duhith, Minn. Five hun-j dred have arrived here in the last j T days and as many more are ex-j pected on the boats arriving tomor-j'' row and Wednesday. Only a lew have money and they are not only likely to become a burden but a men- ace to the town. A WONDERFUL EGG Si mew, Ont., May 5-011 n goose on J. Mitchell's farm a Renton has been laying seven week; and on Wednesday of week laid shelles.s egg measuring ten inches in length, and twelve and one-half incl os in pirth. On cutting the outer skin n large quantity of white and still an ntlvr shelless egg was discovered. On opening the skin of the second egg a smaller quantity of white was found that contained ordinary white sub- stance and a double yolk. The whole quantity measured little more than a pint. The three skins were very tough and hard to cut. SNHP THREE LOTS Inside Half-mile Circle At Each Third cash, balance 6 and 12 months G. C. McDonald Room (i Whitney Block PROFESSIONAL CAIM W.8.QALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. McQill Phytician, j Aceeuctor Office 9M Ucdpjsth St. 'Phone S3 9a.m., f-3. 14 DRS Office Hours rf 18 n.; Jp.m. to 6p.m. YOUNG and Surviyon Room Block! K.C., D.C.L., B. Morton B. C. L CONYBEARE JONES Uarristera, ,Ete.. Otfice: Coriybeare Block: Alta. W. C. SIMMONS Etc. Office: Block: B. C. MOORE Funtr.l Director and EmbaWar to Clrore Office Phoiie 102. Reaiieiiije'' F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room f Whitnty R. G. ADDISON Blairmort, Alta. FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND BALMER Office Phone 63-Refiidence Phone'ii EM HANGED THREE TIMES And Yet, this Simcoe, Ont., Stesr Is Still Alive Simcoe, Out., Mnv tlieo- rist.s who have arguod that hanging is i painless death, that it is just a 'dull thud" and the rest silence, are referred to the experience of a ste. r to Mr. S. M. Culver of the Model Farm, that hanged three times hist week and i.s still alive to njoy the prospects of the coming clover crop. The animal weighs about one thous- and pounds and it Ml into a stable well, that is twenty-five feet deep, but that fortunately contained rno great depth of water. Mr. Culver and his man rigged up u windlass and pro- ceeded to draw the beast out of its uncomfortable- predicament. The only way they could f.usten the rope was around the animal's in the orthodox hanging shape, the steer was drawn to the surface, when the rope broke and ho was at the bottom again. The second attempt had a like result and it was only on the third trip up that the rescuers were suc- cessful; released from the noose his steership got up and walked away none the worse for his remarkable test of endurance. E. T. MCGREGOR REAL ESTATE BROKER Agent for Farm and City Loans, Insurance, Colitctiont, alt and Conveyancing. List property with me. all at Room I Hill or Ait Box 387, Ltthbridgi Altai Canadian Order of Foresters WAITER IN ROADHOUSE DIES Shock of Large Reward for Serving an Elaborate Dinner to Couple Too Much for Him New York. May ISAVitiam Jenk- ins, a waiter in a madhouse in Brook lyn. tonight served an. elaborate din uer to a man and The man finally called for his and gavt. Jenkins a tip. Jenkins fell to the lloor dead. DRAYING All kinds of BRAYING promptly attended COAL delivered to any part of the city for per ton Phone 180 KAYRTRANSFtRCo WITH THE COMING OF SPRING also comes thc de- mand for a good Spring tonic. In this respect tho I.othbridpc Bock Bcor meets many requirements, boinp an absolutoly pure extract of malt and hops. For thc run down and fftggru Cult it is a healthy food. Delivered in kog.s and cases after IHh inst. TO PROTECT BIRD LIFE London, May tho obji-ct ol chi-cking tho wanton slaughter of birds. Lord (Sir John I.ub- inirfxhjccd a bill in tho of Lords toilay prohibiting the im- poitstion of plutnngc, oxcopt of cer- tain of bird? sft forth in tho Mil. i! L. M. JOHNSTONS and ScUcstor L Office adjoining Union PankJ t CITING COMPANY, LTD. Lethbrirlfe. LETHBRIDCE MEWING 4 First-class Cafe THU HOTEL DINIM ROBI Shert Order Between Meals CARROLL DOYLE Coal, Ice and PRAYING I Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral TELEPHONE 63 JAS. A! MACDONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, Redpath StrooV Alta. Meets in K: of P. Hall lag't Thursday of mbutii'. Visiting Brethren Welcome j. F. ROGERS, C.R: i. A. NEIDfG, MeeU IM and inK of P Hall at 8 Visiting brethren are cordially invited- S, G. W.P, 24-ly T. .T. WHITE, W. B. Lethbridge Nest of Owii Lethbridge Nest ol Owls, 1W. win meets the second Thursday of rich of P. Hall. G. V. STORKEY. Secretary. C. ROSS TATE, President. M. PRIEST. Junior month in K Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. Sou of hglari Bnefit Mwt in tht ofrjtLiu every flmt and thinl ThunnJuy in thv a ut 8 p.m. ViBiting bivthpeu Always come. Walter Apptebjy Fwd T. Kobiiii, Box 01, LETHBRIOQE rtO. C. B. P. p. E. Meets tad and 4th Tuesday 4 month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. SHARMAN, M. FRIE8T. Pioneer Coal IS ON THE MAKKET All Orders Strictly Attended to Cash Must be Paid on Delivery JIMK HiPlflCf MMRlMlJI I i WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION Meet in Methodist Wealey every third Friday in month M. 3.30 p. m. Visitors welcome MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES. Pn MRS. OHA8. McCLENAGHAN NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Htli evevy and and fourth MoDdayi ia month. Employers certtfleatcd en- gineers, and engineen out of employ- ment, would -do weil io c with us. ROBERT NEVIN, W. A. DICK9ON, All Descriptions Printing, Book Work, HeraM frtnt- ;