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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHBRIDQ t. SATURDAY, MAV 1LV Daily Herald Priuted by the Daily Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at its office, ttouud St.. Lethbndge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Di- factor and Editor. Every town in the south is busy get- ting an exhibit There is a heap of trulls in the fol- lowing statement Mayor McClellan, of New York recently made to the stu- dents of Cornell University: huxv no end of men in pub lie life who are r-ady, by a stroke the pen, to solve all the prob of humanity from corporate dishonesty to the Brooklyn bridge sh. It is but a poorly equipped Subscription Rttst Daily, oue year, delivered Daily, six mouth, delivered, 2.00 three months, delivered.- 1.00 s .35 3.00 1.75 1.50 public- man or a very retrograde newspaper that has not a whole stock of panacea for every human oue mouth, delivered Daily, oue year, by mail Daily, six mouths, by mail Daily, three mouths, by mail Weekly Herald, one year Addresses changed as often as de- sired; but both new uud old address must be given. ___ MR. FINLAY AND THE BRIDGE Herald, .Sir: hi Thursday's Herald, I no- tic.; a line cat oi Hon. T. Fin- lay, with this rienteiiee under it, "The man wlm got tin- bridge lor Di4 not lhe Hat get the br'ulg on its nu-ritsr1 Is tlu'iv not traffic and popula- tion that make the bridge a sity? if ao, the Hat id entitled M the bridge. If not, what business had Mr. Fitilay to gel it lor them? Why is the' Hat under Compli- ment to Mr. Finlay for what it was entitled to on the merits oi case? The trouble among the Jobbing Company, the Canadian i'acific. tlw Alberta Government Telephone IMmrt meat and the city regarding the switching in of the Smith St. spur spur track up close- to the Jobbing Co.'s warehouse is one more cir- cumstance that should make Dad ami his council sit up and think about ov erhead wires in the business part of the city. Some day, i'. w upon the belated intellects city fatherhood that tins is u miu- j in- that should have bmi, attended to the tei the oresent council. ill. No man should onter politics with hope of pecuniary reward. Th.-re is no such thing as "honest trruft." Salaries are small and the continuity of ofliceholding so un- c-eriuin that the life of an honest politician is one. of constant self- sacrifice. Moreover our journal- istic ethics are such that the turn- man who accepts office in this! The council of that day country must expect from the it into Dad ami his council just, eeause of indolence, partly b.caus i the evil that is in me, and parti because of unwisdom. "I have not been as good a minis- er as I should have been. "1 have had friends, and some I jave learned who appeared friends at first were not friends. Some of the old boys of the trail who were real friends are here yet. But friendship has changed so in this day that nianj who appeared as friends are but ac quaintances and the two terms seem synonymous. "i hove tried to preach the gospel. I have preached absolutely nothing Ise, and have brought into the pulpit lone of the fights 1 have made, except "n one instance, which was a year ago when 1 made reference here to lhe contention then ou. "I wish to ask the pardon of some They ave those I have hurt intention ally and those whom I hurt in som words of unwisdom, perhaps, in try in to say that which would appear smort 1 do not know how to account for it but there is some. Highland Scotch.i me, and I may say things at times should not. 'If I were to begin here again, voulcl not be kept back by hospitaiit or otherwise. I have learned the go >el better here, 1 know bicause 11m 3-e.n brought into the open. I thai God he brought me into the open Residence Alberta Realty Co Alberta PROFESSIONAL CARDS W.S.GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. McGSII Physician, Surgeon Accoucher OSice 9H lied path St. 'Phono 53 9a.m.. 2-3. 7-8 p.m. DRS. McCLURE STEWART, Sur- geon Dentist-8. Office Hours: 9 a.m. to 12 u.; 1 p.m. to 5p.m. DR. C. C. CRAQG Physician and Surgeon. OJlice overlfiginbolham's Drug Store Phone Oflicc 125. House 94. Office to 11 a.m., to p.m., 7 to 8 p m FARMERS and INSURE your Buildings against Loss by Prairie Fires also your ag- ainst Damage by Hail ClBowmanRpcy P.O. BUck FW 200 DR. O. J. COURTICE Dentist Giautiate of Northwestern Univer- sity, Chicago. 111. Oflict! to 12; 1 to 5. Whitney Block Redpath Street HAMILTON YOUNG and Surveyors Room Block. C.F.P.Conybeare, Morton Jones, B. C. L. CONYBEARE JONES barristers, Solicitors, Ktc. Otfice: Conybeare Block. Lethbndge, Aim. 22-Lyr SN THE MVD OUR POINT OF VIEW fiuvornor in a speech at Lockport. New York, miulo tin; remark that miM! could not made good by law but they could be prevented from being had by law. The Governor of New York is at the head of an anti- gambliriL' campaign and those words were lined while making a speech on that topic. They hit the nail on the head. Minister Wu, the official reproson- tatm: of China in the United State; can't be fooled by the American ques- tioner. At a banquet in New York re- cently he consented to answer ques- tions from the audience and one fel- low wanted to know if China was like- ly to dry np and if so what would be- come of.the Chinese. Wu hadn't ex- pected such a query but he had an answer on its way back to the rnnn in the audience in an instant. "T don't know what these geologists an thinking responded Wu with a grin. "I don't-see any likelihood o China drying up. For years she has never dried up. But if it should take place, which I hope it neve does, the population would dry up at the same time, so there would be no emigration." The audience laugh- ed till the tears came and the Minister beamed delightedly. The interrogat- or was satisfied that the Chinese were not so slow as some people try to out. But the Bryan admirer accepted the challenge, and has faithfully kept his compact through all the defeats of the "inspired son." He hopes Bryan may be elected this fall, but he looks rath- er wistful when he discusses his chances. "If you get tin's story up right, and don't stretch it too said Mr. Robertson to his inti rviexver, "I'm going to semi Mr. Bryan a copy of the paper and ask him if it isn't about an hour or so. The city should do as much as pos- sible to keep the, square from looking like a howling wilderness, even if it does belong to the company. A S-t-at barren, brown spot in the middle the city is no mark of beauty. A little juice pumped on onre in a. while will do a whole lot to improvre. Water in the bay has not been -o high since 1370. ed more clearly than ever, the scarc- ity of crossings on the streets. Under ordinary circumstances one can hike across anywhere but when the mud is ankle-deep and as sticky ns porous plaster, it .is a different matter. Even if there are going to he cement cross- ings put in soon, there are some that should he put in at once. For instance there are n lot of stores on HARBOTTLE GIVES UP DurTerin St. yet if one comes from tho south west part of the city, it is necessary to trot away around by the Coaldalc corner to get to the Edmonton. Alta.. May 15.-Capt. Rijou or the storcs -n that Marbottle, who returned to the u n squnrc rfeal to on Wednesday evening, surrendered himself to the R. N. W. M. P. yester- day and after being taken in charge was released on bail. His case down for preliminary hearing on "Friday the 22nd. people doing business there. The cost, of a crossing is nf. least coming to these merchants arc paying for the upkeep of the city's streets and j crossings generally. OF CANADA IKS m Brakes li Caoii Banking by Mail If no one of pnr 138 Branches is within easy reach of you, do your Banking by mail. Deposits may be made, cash withdrawn, or any other business transacted in this way with perfect safety. Write for particulars. is to open a Savings Account, on which interest will belaid 4 times a year. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manager. 4 4 Court Lethbridge No. 262 Meets in K. P. Hall hist Thursday- of mouth. Visiting Brethren Welcome C? J. F. ROGERS. C.R. A. jSEIOIG, F.S. Coal, Ice and PRAYING terse KG. Ill Who we hadn't woman's suf- frage in Canada? A l.-uly running Parliament in Toronto. n 1111 run i i M 111111 Justice Longley, of Nova Scotia, loncs for Oie day when Canada will an independent nation. Probably the judge, has an ambition to be a Kir.e a Prr-sidoni. The Bonnie Purple Heather Have you seen the Tartan and Heather Post Cards yet? Same old price. From the famous Raphael Tnck house. Tomporanco semimrnt is popping up in the nmst unlikely spots, sm- the Republicans of Washington coming out in favor of local option. They must consider it good polities in that considered n part of the wild and woolly West, j ivhvro. the man who didn't take a drop j was as scare Indians were plenti- ful Southern Alberta will be well ad- at the Dominion exhibition. THE EARTH WOBBLED very little when our picture framer went away. We are doing better work then ever with lesa gas. The finishing touches lo house-cleaning are Pictures." Our prices are always right. i Nt mm TOO MUCH MUD FOR AUTOS Pioneer.) T. S. McKenzic, the Field Salesman for the O. W. Kcrr Company, nccom- I ESTABLISHED 18G4 Mil II M II I Mil MM If by another member of the company from Minneapolis, Mr. Link the Chauffeur si ml Manager of the Merchants Renk of Lethbrirlge, came out to McTntyrc's ranch on Monday in their automobile The heavy roads made the roads im- possible and Mr. Auto was entirely put, out of business. A team nnd waggon was engaged at the MeTntyre Ranch and the company were toted into town tlh the auto lugging bc- ihind. They got on the outside of a square meal at the "Pilup Restau- rant" engaged another team and hiedj for Lcthbridge, leaving the aulo for j the drier and summer days. It is j said that the erstwhile Denial Field I Salesman was dolefully dinging "T-ar- j board while trying to j pilot the ought-to-be-mud through i inches u) Moppy. greasy, fat rich estate. The auto is safely an- chored for a few days. L. M. JOHN STONE Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Bank, Uthbridfe. Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits.............. Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprictors Office opposite Balmoral jTEILEIPH ON E 63 Pioneer Coal IS ON THE MARKET AU Orders Strictly Attended to Cash Must.be Paid on Delivery JMES mam: Meets 1st and Hrd M o n d ays iu K. of P Hall at vS o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. 8. G. DAVIES, W.P. 24-ly T. .T. WHITE, W. S. Lethbridge Nest of Owls Lethbridge Nest, ol Owls, No. 159, will meets the second Thursday of each nonth in K. of P. Hall. G. V. STORKEY, Secretary. C. KOSS TATE, President. M. PRFKST, Junior Paat Pres. Lodge No. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. Sou of England Beaefit Sociei) Meet in the of J'ytiiin" Half every first tliinl Tlmrs-lay in tin- mont. nt S p.m. Visiting always wcl romn. Frni T. Koltin.s, S W. Ijox 57. 9-1, OF DIRECTORS Hodgson, Esq. V ice-President BOARD Sir fl. Montagu Allan President C. R. Hosmer, Esq., Thos. Long, Esq., C. F. Smith, Esq., Hugh A. Allan, Esq., C. M. Hays, Esq., Alex. Barnet, Esq., F. Orr Lewis, Esq. E. F. Hebden..........................General Manager The Bank has 1.10 branches and agencies distributed throughout Canada. Nevr York Agency, 63 and 05 Wall St. SAVINGS BAiS'K ACCOUNTS invited, and special atten- tion is paid to small deposits. Interest at 3 per cent, per annum, compounded four times a year. Drafts, Money Orders and Letters of Credit, payable in any part of the world, at current rates Meet in the Lnbor Hall every see- and and fourth Mondays in the month. Employers requiring certificated ginecrs, and engineers out of employ- ment, would do well to communicate j with us. ROBERT NEVIN, Chicl A. DICKSON, Secretary. LETHBRIDGE nO. 3a C. B. P. O. E. Meets on the sicond Tuesday of each mon.vh at 8-15 p.m. R. A. SHARMAN, M. t'RIEST, E. R. Secretary- LETURTUDGE BRAXGK- W. McMULLEN, Lethbridgt Lodge (U.D.) A. F. A. M., G. R. A. Rcgnisr mooting night, the third Thursday of each month in the Masonic Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will always receive j a hoarty welcome. WOMEN'S CHRiSTiAH TEMPERANCE UNION Moot in Methodist Wesley Church cv.ry third Friday in the month at 3.30 p. m. Visitors always welcome. MRS. A. K. HUMPHRIES, Prcs. MRS. CHAS. McCLENAGHAK, Secretary. A.C.MESSKK, W. M. G.V.STORKEY, Secretary, P. 0. Box 537. All Descriptions of Printing, Job and Book Work, Herald Job Print- ing Department. ;