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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRlDGt, MONDAY MAY'SI8, It 08 Duly Herald C L i NO rRILLS ON WESTERN CIALDOM Coleman Muv IS. nn- old t'rii'inl Mr. sriT nf i In.1 P sorry to P. rortcr, Hums I'o.'s ston- Printed by the Daily Herald Printing every lawful evening at ita. office, Kouud St.. Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Di- and Editpr. i in t writ.- Aubi'' y luu. in tlii- T' not Vt-l Ii in this lie has bought out r'lill.-rlun, of Kdiuon- .......n business in (Jrassy l.aUo, near whirl) hi >iatr tu l Subscription Ratio .Daily, oue year, delivered...... Daily, aix month, delivered, 2.00 ifciiy, iiiree uiuuiufa, delivered., 1.00 Daily t one month, delivered .36 j Duily, one year, by tuail...... 3.00 j !s5[ 1.60 ft ccmij vfcn- j Addresses changed as often as de- j sired; but both new and old addrooa be given. Daily, six mouths, by mail Daily, three months, by mail Weekly Herald, oue year Night) i i ing I'jumgh in tli'': tow ii liis ranch loaned aiul leaves .ooil fur Uu-ir v.Mituiv on the iv i- acnuiivii liiul; 1 i lirsl oi tins month, li ilu> .success ;n.i'.'.nT.itiu mij't.'iUinLv which cum., si I 'Miitiiin 1 rv -r -i> fin's in Ins own storo tfuit at- guvrnmn'iitiil autlnjiitv. No iloubt thorn in tin1 one ho had in tiiy '.l-'.y will ei'iikv may 11 now hfjv '.v.' cui1. pivdki prosperity ijcj i.in ihi.- way, '.'.'lii'ii a lull nii'ii.-iuv m I'UHIIV. Mrs. 1'orU'r tape ami will ]wff tjl, Cunachi, as il VENTILATION ON TRAINS Kuilroad travelling _ is dangerous. Theiv is >-er ui accul :iU and wix-c'.s liioix- 1.1 a b er dang r lhai could bo iateil with a lit'.'" .More pi-opk- die of disease caughi hi ruilfoad -.-oa IK-- drafts, cold, overheat, soul and itusi than lio from wrecks. Ylu.' air space best Is limiU'd ing le.ss than one hundred far .-oiiM'liiiiig ui tlii- and i.'l the Ux'll is IVtirCt- in the manners ;md of men in ullio'. it may b lial -iu'h "conditions will lone iv- iiaiii; but p'-'iluip.- they svon't. Tiie meniljef- "1 the Alb a! least twt in th-- future. A tim-' UL'I'I a lawyer from ilu 1'inhiTii part th.- [ir'A'iue !ie eapiial un e.-rtitin consult.itioii cn.arge here '.v.' can for him in tin1 future, and the iamil> vsil! reiiiain hero tjuly that the children may take ad- vantage of ihe graded school and n th" promotion examinations Annie Laird left writ in -June. Misses Hella and Saturday the evening express for an extended visit to their old home on Yaticmiver Island. Annie sulTered i for several weeks from u mild but! very depressing at lack of typhoid fe- ver a'.id louks Nirward to herjtrip to r.'stiire her to her usual robust healili. fot the plumbing o! the >pera hall "have let, the Hardware t'o." being the ones to get ii. Some idea of ihe work to be done and the futMu'sh- ing to lie ;pui in ma.v be formed from the fig-iire of ill.' contract which is New Blouses, Belts, Ties, Ribbons and Fancy colored Lisle Hose Received by Express today The Mey Co. Ltd. Vfcotaile and Retail >3 LETKItlKE MITCHELL BRYAN'S CHOICE Nebraskin'i Mouthpiece Names Labor Leader for Vice-President The football club has succeeded in cam to ireiiim; the use of n splendid piece of iness that ground near ihe C.IMl. tracks east with llie of ihe station. Tart of this is own- ARBOR DAY This Arbor Day holiday is thing like a fake in Alberta and should be wipetl of! the list of the provincial holidays. I low many trees were planted in Calgary yes- terday News, the day af- ter Arbor Day. We agree with the News that Ar- bor Day is not observed as it was in- tended. There is a necessity, howev- for such a day, even if only a. few in each community pay attention to its purpose. Out. here in the west i'n nii-T and of hi- Cabinet.' Yhi- piirtu-nlir lawyer i- an ex-Amer- u-.in. who has only r moved the and turned his at- to Canadian l.iw. e.xpeet- il tile llSlial fed 1'ipe llli'tllO.is he t1'.niM win the tar of tii I'n-- .nii-r. ap.-l for >ev.-rat days' waiting. He found, howevi-r. that the Pr so very accessible and withal very i that aii inti rview was sit j once rrranti-d and an attentive hearing I piveii. The ex-Ami-rioan lawyer w.is. of i- iiirs'-, delighted, tnciil'-iually, his opinion "f th-- Canadian way fit" doing wa- r.iisi-d oon.-iilerably. He was aceompnnii-il by a friend, and to that friend he confided that if this v.viv a fair -ample of the reasonable- ii.-s- of ihe Canadian system of 'gov- rnnietii he was to at oncv send for his and as a I'roin a point of view, but ,'ui eijii.illy Hattering one. :in ex-Ameriean r.ineher in Southern Alberta recently cam to tlie coiiclus- i'in that he too wi.-h'-'l to declare him- a great many of us bury ourselves snlij.'ft. To tlii.- end In- completely in business an'nrrs that it hiui oiie day to tlie nearest Do- takes a government holiday to re- minion land office and asked for the mind us that beautifying one's city The land man c urn1- and private property is as essential his whc-rcupon H matter in the development of a city in.piirin? one replied ns follows: as the construction of streets and j whether you're tin- walks. Some of the largest cities in person to .--e or not. but I'll tell you the Cnik-d States set apart a day. what I want. I'd like to take out for clean up purposes. They the i civilization papi-r.s and become ,11 people enthused with the idea and British all hands get to work and vie with_____________ their neighbors in an endeavor to make their homes and city beautiful, j Jn Alberta the people need stirring up on this question. They must be thou.-f.iiul educated to realize and appreciate the railed and great value to Immunity of trees, branded the round up flowers and cleanliness of streets, yards and lanes. House them tip, fill them with enthusiasm and there Taylor, frontier-man be little dimculty in having Ar- ranker, who has bor Day observed by everybody. mur-- years in tlii- p.irt of It has been suggested by the Medi-'tlu' country, ha? the best ed by the C.J'.U. Co. aiid pai'l by the Coal Co. ;tnd iioth have agreed to let the club have it. The surveyor has been to work on it and with the expenditure of a comparatively small amount ihe field will be levelled, fenc ed ami a commodious grand .stand built. It is proposed to have most ui the of July Sports pulled ofl on new athletic grounds. i Kev. Me. conducted anniver- sary services in th? Presbyterian Sunday, [.reaching both mor- ning and ns well as address- I ing the Sabbath school and the Chris tian Mn ieavor. Fairly good congre- j i i gat ions greeted the visitor from Cnmbrook. that in the evening com- fortnbly filling the church. Mr. Main, while a very opiimis'.j: i pivncher. is not as enthusiastic as would be I'xpecUil from his I b- indulges in no Mights of oratory vivid word pictures such as held she multitudes spellbound under tlie prea- ching of Christ and holds th-n thrilled and enraptured today. I k- spoke plainly and depended ijiiiu- a lot upon suggestive gestures he seined to be in per for I mutinied. His lecture tonight on his trip from Vancouver to Daw.soii x-. ill b-! '.ilus- j t rat od by ninety lantern vieA-s. s-t uf which were taken Idmse.l1' ri the trip. I GET YOUR j I GERMAN'S SHOES Omaha, May a loading edi- the inonthpii'Oe of Wiilium J. Ikyun, ilodiires that John Mitchell, the labor tli'i1, is the strongest man the Dem- ocrats can nominate for Vice Presi- dHJtt. Coming from the it does, this may bo considered as denoting Mr. Bryan's personal choice of a run- ning mate. Mr. Bryan was in Omaha Sunday, and spent several hours with the World Herald editor, a place formerly Ik-Id by Mr. Bryan. The ulit.orial takes up tlie list of mums so f.ir mentioned in connection with the Vice and eliminates majority of thriii "for cause" leav- ing John Sharp Williams, S nator Oulix-rsoii, Douglas of Massachusetts. om L. Johnson and Mitchell. Then Mitchell is hmdi-d ILS the these. Washington, May indicite ilu' President's intere-it in the Vice- nsidential candidate, it is only ne- cessary to add, Roriovelt Republicans say that the President gone over the list since the foundation of the Government and finds that the Vice- Presidents have come from Massa- chusetts, Virginia, New York, South Carolina, Kentucky, Virginia, IVnn- sylvania, North Carolim, Maine, NVw Hampshire, Vermont, Ohio, Xexv Jersey and Indiana and that he has been impressed for nearly two years with the notion that the Vice- Propnkjitial candidate of tlie Chica- go convention should come from of the Missouri. Last night George A. Knight of California was .said to he the man. Residence Alberta Realty Co Lethbridge Alberta PROFESSIONAL CARDS W.S.GALBRA1TH, M.D.C.M. McGill Phyiician, Surgeon Accoucher rsti 9 a.m.. 2-3. 7-8 p.ni FARMERS and RANCHES INSURE your Buildings against Loss by Prairie Finis also your Crops ag- ainst Damage by Hail C.B. Bowman Apcy P.O. Block Phone 200 o DPS. McCLURE STEWART, 8ur Dentists. Office Hours: 9a.m. to 12 i p.m. to Bp.rn. HAMILTON YOUNG and Surveyors Room Block. K.C., D.C.L., B. Morton Jorm, B. C. L. CONY6EARE JONES Hamsters, Solicitors, Etc. Cilice: Conybeare Block. Lethbridfc, Alt.. 22-1 yi W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barristtr, Etc. Cilice: Southard llk.ck. A Square Meal GET IT AT ii COLUMBIA RESTIUIIiANT where it will nlso be tempt- ing and'the service prompt. We cater to the Spring appetite SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURS Fresh Fruitalways on hand PHONE: 111 ELECTIONS IN JAPAN i Tokio. May results of the j general flections held on Friday at j Tokio and throughout the provinces have not yet been compiled on ac- count of the difficulty expert need in communicating with distant points. It is safe, however, to predict that the Constitutionalists have secured a sub- stantial majority. Balance Easy Buys one of tlio fiuost homes -of Lethbridge. 3 lots with the property. H.J.H.Skeith Boom 1 Whitney Block B. C. MOORE Funeral Director and Embalmtr to Presbyterian C.'iarch Office Phone 102.' Residence 136. F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitney Block. R. G. ADDISON Blairmore, Alta. FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EM- BALMER Oftice Phone Phone 28 d.U. JAS. A, MACDONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, Redpath Street Lethbridge, Alta. A BIG ROUND-UP Spokane. May in progress in the Kinita.- Val- st of Spokaiu and veteran in the saddle cine Hat News that Arbor Day ought to come earlier than it does. At pro- sent the day is too late for tree planting. Th o erntn.-nt might con sider this suggestion. OUR POINT OF VIEW Put in a good word for those civic bylaws. .-tallions stand out untamable. One of ;p r.nt of a corral btin-r branded. rider.- in the di.-trict and it.- i> ex- p'-cierl to complete tin- work h-fore the- end of June. Horsemen say there are or more outlaw.- in the band and '.f th'-.-e two being fleet ain tjir> animal.- nine ago a I i while the other ha.- never been rop- ed. They hnve caused numerous r-tnmpeJ.e- aiul are not afraid of any horseman on the ranee. The rangi The Conservatives of Quelvc pro- ;in. of qilrtlitv vjnce are evidently going it blind in ;llu] the flection of ca.uli.iates. For in- o( cut out in the stance in Chateauguay they invited fl.toh b... R. U Calder, of .Montreal, to attend intr broken to or harness. Tay- their convention. He did so and was jn a v.ir.- the offered a nomination and they wen; wjjtj in Washing- thunderstruck when h.: replied "I am b, rounded up and a true Liberal" and informed them he. rnnges triven over to a more was supporting the Couin government. broneh th. Conservatives are a scarce article in iinlu-irv Quebec. LUXURIOUS BACHELORS' ROOMS New Apartment House, to Be Used Exclusively for Single Men Toronto. May is understood that arrangements have been com- pleted for the erection on Jan-is street near Wilton avenue of a splendid apartment house, to be used cxclus- iv'-ly for single men who can afford pay from 54 to per week for a room, fir more for two rooms. Ac- ninitiation will, it is said be pro- vider! for from 200 to 300 bachelors in the building. The plans provide for a first-class restaurant, fine reception rooms, li- brary and purlors all beautifully fur- FOJ PURE ICE CREAM, Cool, Soft Drinks and TEMPTING MEALS go to MM Restaurant Oliver Block Phone 22S will be a fi-attire of and meals will be nisht-d. The cafe the undertaking provided the European or Ameri- can plan. The building will cost, with the site and the fittings, nearly and the promoters believe they will earn from 15 to 20 per cent, interest yearly "ii outbiv. First-class Cafe IN TUER iOltl DINING ROOM Short Order Between Meals CARROLL DOYLE Reputation is everything' these days even in ICE CREAM For the BEST g0 to ROCHON'S We sell Ice Cream in bulk MAY ENTER FEDERAL POLITICS Fredericton, N. H., May is some talk that C. W. Kohin.son, ox- premier. will be transferred to the Federal arena find H. A. .McKeown hfci.me leadi-r of tin- provincial op- position. E. T. MCGREGOR REAL ESTATE BROKER Agent for Farm and City Property- Loans, Insurance, Collections, Rent- als and Conveyancing. Lilt your property with me. Call at P. O. Block or Address Box 387, Lethbridge, Alta. Canadian Order ot Foresters Court I New Dayton Hotel Good accommodation for the travelling public. JOHN VVHITESEL, Proprietor Firtst-class Livery in con- nection Cardinal Lopue. tho of th Roman Catholic Church in Ireland. gave the American title hunting fnm-; ilics some food for reflection when ho said: "It would better to mar- ried in their own rouulry to people they know well and whom ;hoy could trust to treat them well after their marriage. In a republic like the States, i see DO reasnn for state marriages." ii this rraze for marrying for mon- ey and title continues. I'm-h- Sam i> gointr to have a problem io han- dlo iii the near future. Invariably these marriag-es end in divorce anfl divorce will .sooner or later destroy the home and family li'a of the Fnit- Cfi States and once three .r.mo Republic will be totte-ing the brink o' destruction. Hrl-H-l-m-l-K-W-H-l-H-i-H i I The Bonnie Purple Heather LOUISE BREHMEY CONCERT. DL LACROSSE PLAYER DEAD Ottawa. May Kimpton of the Capital Lacrosse Team, died this morning at Renfrew. THE HUB Come up tonight for Straw- and crjam; ice cream; roast turkey; fresh mush- rooms; ripe tomatoes, etc. THE HUB P.O. Box 38 Phone 299 William Head Company Ltd DUFFERIN STREET LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Plumbing Heating Ventilating No Charge for Estimates We solicit your Repair Work and aim to satisfy No. 262 Meets in K. of P. Hall -last Thursday of month. Visiting Brethren Welcome J. F." ROGERS, C.R. A..SE1DIO, F.S. letkWjt Itrie h. Ill 4 Meets 1st and M o n d ays in K. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. DRAYING J All kinds of DRAYING promptly cittendecl to. COAL delivered to any part of the city for S3.S5 per ton Phono 180 HAYRTRANSFtRCo Wesley Church A FULL LINE OF t May 22 at ft o'clock i f Now in Stock 4 JL SICK GIRL DROWNED Victoria. B. C., May A. 0. Snllivnn, n young woman of twenty- two years escaped from St. -Joseph's hospital where she was 'being treated for melancholia, and made lir-r way to the water front and drowned her- self. Tlavo you ser-n tlu; Tartar. JUK.I Heather Post Cards ,.1.1 -H JJIICV. From the famous Kajihacl Tuck house. THE EARTH WOBBLED very little wh'-n our picture framer went awny. We are doing beUer work then ever with less gas. Tlie touches to hmise-cieaning are "The Our price? are always rieht. n A i i A i i I LOUISE BREHANY Soloist EDITH ADAMS 'Cellist MAXIMILIAN DUK Violinist ALICE McCLUNG Pianist The Best Talent ever in tlio city RESERYiD TICKETS I Plan now at J. D. HiginbothanVs Drng JStore Happy Thought Ranges Visiting brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P. 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S. Nest of Owls Lethbridge Nest ol Owls. 'No. 159, will meets the second Thursday of each month in K. of P. Hall. G. V. STORKEY, Secretaary. C. ROSS TATE. President. M. PRIEST. Junior Paat Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. Sons of England teietit Suet) Meet in the Ktiijtl.ln of I-jthia-'HaH tirnt unJ thini Tliiinfiny in rlifniont. at S p.m. ViBiting brethren nlwaya ,wd Call and see them HAYR BROS. Successors to G. L. Vrooman Phone 75 I Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BKOS.Proprictors Office opposite Balmoral TELEPHONE: 63 Billie Sharrattj K SISF THE nCulfSE FSiMEiJ J! Ventriloquist and Mimic! 4. i At for Smoking Concerts, j Illllllll'tl f l f t f pities, etc, Ventriloquism tar.ght' Do You Pastry? If so, our Royal Patent Flonr Will interest, you Royal Patent Pastry Flour It will save you 25 per cent in lard bills. The flour is cheaper than ordinary hard whoai.flonr. Made from the blending of soft and hard wheats. Your Grocer has it now i Eta liw Elevator Co. Ltd. Raymond Lethbridge Pioneer Coal IS ON THE MARKET All Orders Strictly Attended to Cash Must be Paid on Delivery JMES mm Prop. >V. I'reai.lent. Fretl T. holiiim, u. Boi 57. 9-1, LETHBRIDGE 36 C. B.. P. O. E. Meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. SHARMAN, M. E- R- Secretary. Lethbridge Ledge (U.D.) A. F. A. M.f G. R. A. R> pillar meeting nipht, the third Thursday of each month in the Masonic Hall, P. 0. Rlock, at 8 p.m. i Visiting brethren will always receive a hojirty welcome. A.C.MKSSER, G.V.STORKEY, W. M. Secretary, P. 0. Box 537. WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION Meet in Methodist Wesley Church every third Friday in the month at 3.30 p. m. Visitors always welcome. MRS. A. R. HUMPHRIES, MRS. CHAS. McCLENAGHAN, Secretary. Lodge J_ NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hali every and and fourth Mondays in month. Employers requiring certificated en- gineers, engineers out of employ- ment, would do well to commanicaUj with us. ROBERT NEVIN, Chief. W. A. DICKSON, SecreUry. 44-lyrd-n All Descriptions of Printing, and Book Work, Herald Job Print- ;