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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta JLETH BRIDGE, ALT A., THURSDAY, MAY 14, I Iff Daily Herald holds positions mulor tho On- tario government. These positions are not salaried but entail consider- able work. Mr. .lulTruy is a member that you got to on tho Poaktown Spooner dropped in his seat, the crowd hooted, unit ihore was no move of the Niagara Fulls park commission questions aski'd. Kohinsoii's nuijor- ____ ami ,Mi'. '.ho nfiity in the eleri.iou few duvs In Iff of the Toronto 1'nivcrsity. was Spooner Iiad nol luul u Printed by the Daily Herald Priutiug j Nuw llu. io on Uu- nmd. 'Hie jiti 1 U-IIMH of aft it >t is of i ho Wlutnoy ion was a si raitfht blulT, but it New Blouses, Belts, mm NEVER LOOKED BE! Canada. W.'A. BUCHANAN. Managing Di and Editor. [government us h had a per lev t right jproved effectual. to do mi matter how many jobs Mr. 9 ftn Subscription Daily, oue delivered..... Daily, aix mouth, delivered, Daily, three mouths, delivered. Daily, one month, delivered ._. Daily, oue year, by mail 3.00 twaddle. Daily, aix months, by tnail 1.75 Daily, three months, by mai! Weekly Herald, one year Jallray Mr. Macdonald may hold j Q000 NEWS FQR FARMER under the hut tlu- l'Svm-j ANQ WOQD GRQWER ier thinks otherwise and iu a very ill! temp-ivd llamiltoo he re- fonvd to ns "Jure- of the "Jiire- What .85 I I.SO The idea the Turf Association has) 20th March, published in London, Knglund, says: A Royal commission to look into Addresses changed as often as de- 10 eired; but both new aud old address C! rounds a place of recreation for the of is cominend- I tJ 1 I j make the Agricultural! llil' PulP wood is being PLENTY OF POLICY must be given. able and worthy of the support of all j classes. In t IK- summer months the jjcopk' have lomr eveu- The Calgary Herald charges rhat jnfrs tl, they have few plac the Alberta lux-s "no de- t.s y0 lo. True there is the finite policy except 'politics.' but unless thciv is a hai..1 Now let us .see. concert there is not much an ut- Js the construction and operation traction, especially in the way it is of a public owm-d telephone system kept Ul pivseni. Til other cities theiv in Alherta not "a d.-finite are parks amusements for (he it not show that the govern- merit ol Alberta is nol controlled !iy the corporations; thai its ambition tl is to serve the pt-nple Was nol Vb.' prosecution of the lumber comltim The agricultural grounds fan [valed into SIM h a place with lii- ilillicuHy and the Turf Associa- tion have tbut in view. Open air concerts. ille. strongly advocated. The Ottawa district pleads for should a commission be appointed and W. !l. Rowley, head of tin- K. j li. Kddy Company, is suggested as i a commissioner j This is pood news for the farmers, settlrrs and wood cutters; in fact, i for whole of the Ottawa Viilley, for Mr. Rowley lias given a lot of i time and earnest attention in trying to as much as pos.-ible for the sale of Canada's timber and wood. 1 and knows the paper business from "the tree to the finished sheet." I Additional interest attaches to the a commission from Ribbons and Fancy colored Lisle Hose Received by Express today ItiG tenttey Co. Ltd. lid Retell Agricultural (Ii'ounUs to another evidence of its fearlessness burse race, and ulher attractions will and its desire to prou-ci the interests of the Is not. creamery ''liable ill Policy. tlit encouragement of the be improved with proceeds. great dairy industry of the province.------------------------ not in i he interests of the farmers of _ this province? Again let ihe Herald tell us if it dot-s not consider tfu- passage of an eight hour law for miners and the placing upon the statute books of the. fiv a I'anailian judge is that re- province a Lomiiensntion Act an evi- dent of "definite of the go- vernment. Does not the adoiKiou corded as given Columbia judge. A. IV.'A'1.''', t-f provin- cial generul agent for the Canada Life Insurance Co. gave the llorald some interesting .facts that have, come to his all on t ion in this province. Mr. Darker has just a two- weeks' driving trip around the coun- try around Macleod, Cimlslon, and Lethbridgo and says that ho never saw the country looking belter. The people are more optimistic than ever and life insurance business is very good. Jt is since he made the same trip, but though he knew the country well, so many trails were cut off fences and the appearance of the country so changed that he ac- tually lost .himself two or three times Asked how the West compared with the F.nst in doing life insurance bus- iness, Mr. Darker said it was much j better. Larger policies are written and the premiums are better kept up. The people have a stronger faith and more enterprise than those of the Ka.st. As to loans, Mr. Darker stat- ed that his company now has over a million dollars invested in Alberta and there is not an undesirable loan in it all that they know of. Ijy the. end of the year the company expects, to have between and invested in the province, ami will invest from a quarter to half a niilliAi each year. Askeil to com- pare the business of the .south with that of the north, .Mr. Darker stated that his company did more business in the district south of Clarcshobn than they did in all the country north of Olds. The people of the combined with the solid Democratic j DOM I N ION OFFICIALS MUST PAY north will not prosper as they shoiikl Edmonton, May For the h'rst unLil they adopt mixed farming, lie Residence 8 lilt Alberta Realty Co Uthbridge Alberta PROFESSIONAL CARDS W.8.GALBRAITH, M.O.C.M. McGiH Phytician, Surgeon Accoucher 914 Kmiputh St. 'Fhoiut S3 Ou.in.. 2-3. 7-8 p.in anointment i an occasional: the tact that a recent I GET YOUR despatch says that H. Ridder, who voitvs the views of the United States newspaper men in their effort to pro-i cure cheaper paper, says that wood pulp and print paper will be on the free list before the end of the pr. s- ent session of Congress, and that 03 p VI A "KJ f Q RepubHcan representatives luuv IV, IN O pledged themselves to him personally AT FARMERS and RANCH! RS INSURE your BuiUHugs against Loss by Prairie Fires also your ag- ainst Damage by Hail C.B.Bowmandpcy! P.O. Block DRS. McCLURE STEWART, Sur- geon Dentists. Office Hours: 9H.m. tr 12 n.; 1 p.m. to 5p.m. HAMILTON YOUNG Room 4- Whitney Block. K.C., D.C.L., B. Morton B. C. L CONYBEARE JONES Burristers, Solicitoia, Etc. Oiltce: Conybeare Block. Lethbridfe, AIU. iS-lyr W. C. SIMMONS AdvocaU, Barrister, Etc; OQicc: Soutlmrd Block. One of the strangest sentences ever1 l" for "insure and that UK-SO j _ 1 .1_ vyv i iiy i. tltiVl'iJ4.'i4 .i, i i i trial who had been kept in jail for these laws satz.siy u thai the gov- J some lime previous to the irial. Thj by a noted liritish will carry the measure over- A man was up for j time It therefore behooves Canada to i Kdmonton the tax ernment believes in the in- terests of the altl'r in the history the city of this year informed men to look i has assessed the income- of Dominion interests iu the matter oi j judges and others who were 1 judge's charge to the jury was very j altl'r nt'r >nterests iu the matter oi otiicials, judges and oth-Ts who were workmgnmn 01 UHS Jmt spito PulP wootl pulp and paper formerly exempt from provincial and Will the Herald kindly intimate what is wrong with the educational lot this tho jury pronounced him guil- j MUimifactnrers, etc. etc. ty. And the judge pronounced sen- policy of the Government? Does not the establishment of a Normal school and it university show conclusively tence thus: COUTTS NEWS j municipal taxes. This action is tak- j en riiintihaneously with different cor- I porations in Columbia and i the city of St. John, N. H.. where a "Prisoner, the jury says you're' _____ liltv 5 vou 'ire not It i aS l'1Cy Hour" or "If You ITaven't Cot thej Money Hack You Cio." Messrs. W. M. ilobirLson for od and X. C. Coleman for River of, Que Uarrc f passed through! any weaknesses in lhc> ocls of it this week. The latter has with him way to a had a dream troubled him. and Ask those who regularly ROCHON'S ICE CRUM he 'ated his troubles to his com- seon in his vision a crowd- ami himself addressing it, man nro.se to heckle him. and "A tall thin chap, 5n a frock coui, skimpy brown moustache. as fast as its legs wl n, tan rarry it. ni Th r when "wiwi- tnat it would making a KOIM, 1'tical move itl foiiowing guch make the IM..... Popular thnn to i1 Hw construction a to sprit in is t'on for en- "Ves, that's teacher Spooner; know bun WL-1I. Don't bother, we'l EDMONTON BUSINESS TAXES The following is the tax scale de- cided upon by the Edmonton City Council. Biliards and pool, single table, a year, each additional table ex- tra. Circuses, etc., per day. Hall for entertainment, with cap- ICE CREAM Drab Frail ui (Wcdmtr; G. W. H. REED Successors to Hadiey-Roberts Co. TO CHANGE AMUSEMENT LAW Methodist Bishops Propose Spiritual Discipline Baltimore, May of the session oi the Methodist Conference was taken up by the reading of the Bishop's address. It was a long docu- ment and it required more than two hours to read it. While a numb: r of important questions were discussed in this paper, that attracting general at- tention and causing somewhat of a resolution that Phone 211 ho told him. They arrived in 1 the hall crowded.. (o Spooner sm-h his politics i lo ie pre-j.o-K the first of a Jong sr-rh-s of iol.ars i tions he prep-ired ft tf.--.t7 moment sevt-i-u railroad const ruction was large Communities that without 'his province? fs "fation at present to servo to c1 pay the wages did riot know any- 'b'-> Hill. sauU-MJUl his jti.-lcrinont fonnwtion jn ]w hud tho i....-_ there enough nccnrdiD-r His fri.-nds cho.'red f want to ask Mr. l' is fair phiy. j-Spnonor a -i-u the government His warranted jn rn si v I'.cif, 7 lhc and the Great Northern have Barters for berta? o this purp, alroarlv (or Somhcrn A for dered on schoolmaster, hi- -What you do with ,o thc histo Alberta short vrnrs h-.c OUR POINT OF trials ma da vs. to the front fine to ?h district of its history. ier nr-y. js n It -Jarrroy. j.residont of the Tor- Co. and .T v of The Olo'v I The Bonnie Purple Tartan i; Have yon seen the Tartan Heather Post Cards baaie old price. the famous Raphael T luck house. THE EARTH WOBBLED very little when our picture frainor wont away. We are doing better work- then ever with less gas. Tho finishing touches to house-cleaning are "The Pictures." Our prices arc always "ght. -ton. 52o. Theatres, opera houses, 400! capacity less than 400, Uimcin? hall or per'day. Shooting gallery. .Hnwki-rs, peddlers, etc., or if continuous ?f> a day nfu-r first day of license.'' oil peddlers, n day, Ixiok a day. Skating and roller rinks, f'urlinj: rinks. Corrals for horses apart fn.m ]jVery stables, a year. Commercial travellers, a w, ok ?50 a yenr. Canvassers for articles mamifnctur- or grown outside of the city, a year. Canvassers for advertisements for lintel registers fawn shops, a year. Hraymen, a dray Restaurants, 9S5 a year, allowed, -400 sqnare feet, per yard over i that. R'-al estate agents, a ye-ir with per cent, discount of pnid June I. Auctioneers, a year. dealers, a year. TS. a year first chair, additional chair. 75111 n year. Itinerant photographers per WVK. Photographers in tent or anfl not on a rnonth. i intelligence and employment office S2n a year. 'j S-cond hand por i R-pislered kennels, a House movers, a vear. i THE HUB Come up tonight for Straw. bsrri.s and cream; ice cream; roast turkey; fresh mush- rooms; ripe tomatoes, etc. THE HUB Cribbin. i YARDMAN IS DEAD Toronto. Mav Ctraml Trunk injuries caused hv i i i-nlinp lnm-1 in the railway yards at Rathnrst M. JOHNSTONE Barrijter Solicitor Office adjoining Union Bank, WITH THE GOING OF SrtWG there comog (je. mand for a good Spring tonic. Tn tins respect thc T-othbridpe Rock Beer meets many requirements, being an absolutely extract of malt and hops. For the nm down mid it is a healthy food. Delivered m kegs and after luh inst. LETNBklDGE BREWING i WAITING COMPANY, LTD. and that the words "dancing, playing .at games of chance, attending thea- tres, horseraces, circuses, dancing par- or dancing be stricken from paragraph of the Book of Discipline. The Bishops made it plain that they did not approve of these amusements but believe that the number and kind of amusements have grown so great that the question should be left to the conscience of the people themselves and that the opposition of the church to amusements that it r.gards as un- wholesome may best be stated in the terms of general principles. For several minutes Bishop Goodsell who read the address, was prevented from continuing by _the applause. In dosing the section he made an ap- peal to the press not to interpret this recommendation as an abandonment "t "our early opposition to worldly amusements." He pointed out that it was a return tr, the principles and to the exact words by John Wesley, a return to the historic method by which Methodism combated worldly arnn.sernents for more than 100 years." Tho n.'coiiinu-ndation says: "We recommend not that paragraph 243 be .stricken out, that it be amended by striking out the confess- "Hy partial list of worldly anmso- mt-rH.s found thrrem, beginning with last word in the eighth line and with the word "other" in thc eleventh line, which were inserted in 137-2. leaving as the ground for church trial, in ca.sc such trial became nee s- sary, that portion of the-paragraph n-admg 'taking such other amuse- ments as are obviously misleading or questionable moral tendency or dis- obedience to the ord.-r and discipline of the Church." and especially to take our original rule, 'to make such as cannot bo used as in the name of the Lord Jesus." words ref.-rred to are dancing, at games of chance, attend- ing theatres, horse races, circuses, parties and dancing ALBERTA GUN CLUB Result of last night's weekly shoot at 25 singles. Class A T. McNabb, Jr., 13, gold button. J. C. Livingston, 12, silver button H. Withers 12, silver, button. L. N. McEwen, 10, bronze button. K. Fraser, 8. T. Clayton 2. Class B D. Robison ,15, gold button. A. Stafford, II, silver button. W. Woolsey, Cardston, visitor SUICIDE NEAR PAISLEY f McGregor, 27 years of age committe suicide by hanging himself in a bar near here. He had been ailing an- do.spondent for some time. Up 108 When you want DRAYING Bone promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE: B. C. MOORE Funeral Director and Embalmtr to Presbyterian 0'iarch Office Phone 102. Residence 136. F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitney Block. R. G. ADDISON Blairmore, Alta. FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EM- BALMER Cilice Phone Phone 28 d.t.f. JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, Redpath Street Lethbridge, Alta. E. T. MCGREGOR REAL ESTATE BROKER Agent for Farm and Property- Loans, Insurance, Collections, Rent- als and Conveyancing. List your property with Call at P. O. Block or Address Box 387, Lethbridge, Alta. Canadian Order of Foresters Curt Utttrklge Nt.262 Meets in K. of P. Hall last Thursday of month. Visiting Brethren Welcome J. F. ROGERS, C.R. F.S. Afeets 1st DRAYING All kinds of DRAYING promptly attention lo'. COAL delivered lo any part of Ihtr city for per ton Phone 180 HAYRTRANSFtRCo I EDITOR A CANDIDATE Button, Ont., May W. Suth- erland. of the St. Thomas Jour- nal. was by the West Klgin Liboials as a candidate for thc Leg- i islatnre. First-dass Cafe Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. J LONG BROS.Proprietors .Office opposite Balmoral JTEIUE: PHONE es IN urn MINK Ortcr Between Neafs CARROLL DOYLE Pioneer Coal IS ON THE iMARKET All Orders Strictly Attended to Must be Paid on JNQ 6KQFT M o n d ay a in K. of P Hall at H o'cjock. i Visiting brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W..S. Lethbridge Nest of Owls Leth bridge Nest ol Owls, No. wiij meets the second Thursday Of month in K. Of P. Hall P' Secretary C. ROSS TATE, PRIEST, Jlluior Pa.st each Pride of Alberta, No. 293. SODS of England Benefit Socieij in 9-1, fj' K. o Secretary. WOMEN'S TEMPERANCE UNION Church Lethbrfdge Lodge (U.D.) A- F. A, M., G. R. A. Regular meeting night, thc third Thursday of each month in thc Masonic Hall, P. Q. Block, at 8 p.m Visiting hrethren will always receive A.C.MESSKR. G.V.STORKKY. P. 0. Box 537. I always A. E. HUMPHRIES, Prcs CHAS. McCLENAGHAN Secretn ry. -Lethbridge Lodge 3__ NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in thc Labor Hall evevy sec- McndW J Kmployers requiring certificated en- JiriCi OTKri i, L f t v, <.MKiliters out of employ- wuh to ROBERT NEVIN. Chict W. A. DICKSON, Secretary. _____ Job .nd Book Work, Herald Job Print- Department. ;