Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
HTHMtDQt, ALTA.. W E b N CiD A V, M A V, ift, 1101, HAULTAIN GIVEN THE LIE DIRECT When the finishing touches of our tailors are put on these garments, they are worthy of the Fit-Reform reputation and your careful consider- ation. We aim to make them the best Suits at the price in Canada. The fact that we sell more and more of them every season, is the best evidence of our ability to combine style and value with moderate price. 7 Morang Co. Wire That Hit About Rssders Are Abso- lutely Falls Kogina, May following tel- egram was received by Mr. Caldor: "Toronto, Ont., May 15th, 1906. The Hon. J. A. Calder, Minister of Education, Rogina, Honorable Mr, Haultain'n speech reported in Winnipeg Telegram of the i'2th iiiBt., stated that the reader con- Iruct has been re-let to the American Jiook Company, and also states the company is financed .by American capital. Roth statements are abso- lutely false. The American Book Company havq no connection what- ever with the readers, and there is not one cent of American money in- vested in the Morang business. You art'- personally aware of the falsitj of the other charges made in the speech. Would like you to insist that Mr. Haultain undertake to prove charges contained in his speech or withdraw the same. Letter will fol low. JOHN II. MOSS, Solicitor for Morang Kducationu Co., Ltd." McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for TABER TALK Tabcr, May Wildman left held at eight o'clock at which Mr. Douglas presided in the absence of the Mayor. The minutes of this even'ng ou the Spokane Flyer meeting having been read, ,iml for Fernie, 11. C., where he purposes lpaymeuts pnssoi> the correspoml.'ncr- remaining until the end of the month. takcn up A Settlers are still arriving. L. L. WftS receivcd from the C.P.H. in rc- Hayner arrived from Minot, NT. D., to a letter thpm by thc and discharged a car load of cicrk in to hold furniture, farm implements. of thc tmvn jn .which it was receivi-ig tie and a quantity of chickens, ducks that thc their attention and that a fu ther and turkeys. Thc Board of Trade meets this ev- would be mado when ening to take into consideration the had receivcd .fuller info.-.-a- on !on th question of rates from this district which rms boon agitated for some time. subject. McAskill groceries and pro merchants, moved this niorn- At the meeting of the town council tVom Taber to their new business this evening important business on (premises at Seven Persons. Mr. I'ete the agenda will be transacted i purposes remaining with the and the further consideration of sup- for atjo.jt another week before plying thc town with a good service proceeding to Calgary to take up a BIRTH RATE DECREASING Paris, May vital statistic: for 1907, show a further marked de cri-aso in tin? birth rate for France which, in a century, has fallen fron to a year. The reduction in the number o births lust year was as agains an average decrease of for th l-.st seven years. The deaths in France in 1907 tota I'd more than the tota of births. BIG SHORTAGE IN BANK Aileghany National Bank at Pittsbur Forced to Close Pittsburg, May meo ings which lusted all day Sunday, at which a thorough discussion of Cash- ier Montgomerie's shortage was held, the Allr-ghanr-y Bank suspended today, tho following notice being posted on the doors, "Closed by order of Comp- troIU-r of currency who placed it in the charge of Wm. L. Folds." That the bank would not open today was Do Make Pastry? If so. our Hoy a] Patent Flour Will interest you Royal Patent Pastry Flour It will save you 25 per cent in lard bills. The Hour is cheaper than ordinary hard whc-at flour. Made from the blending of soft and hard wheats. Your Grocer lias it now [HisoR Milling Elevator Co. Ltd, Raymond Magrath Market Place Whet yw kcvt to icM rcii place ii m wut we tfcfe 25c for SI WANTED Wanted, two hundred acres of prai- rie broken at once, part'close in. Ap- ply to Box 427, Lethbridge, Alta. 3C-6 WANTED TO RENT Rooms or small house, furnished or unfurnished. J. S-, P. 0. Box 2'Jl. 136-6 MUSICAL Miss Cissie Simm, contralto, of the principal English and Scotch con- certs, is open to receive engagements for concerts, parties, etc. For terms and testimonials, apply by letter. Lethbridge, city. 34-6 WANTED Second year S. P. S. Toronto me- chanical and electrical engineer would like in Lethbridge for a couple of months thia summer. Ap- ply Box X, Herald Office. 120-0 of water which is will be discussed. urgently .needed posiiion in that city. A number of supboeruis have been Mr. Oeo. Nulph opened his rcstau-iservecl ou of the Canada West rant lust is now in fuU swing jcoal Co. ami also on A. Vun Orman. and is well patronized. He has add- ed four pool tables to the fine build- ing at the rear of the restaurant and the games are in full swing every ev- ening. Today is observed as peace day by the members of the Church, of Latter Day Saints and a meeting is announc cd to be held in their fine building this evening at S o'clock which will be addressed by II. B. Huberts, State President, Geo. F. Richards, one of the twelve apostles, John T. Sinellie, Stake President, Ileber S. Allan, Hcv J. U. Munroe and others. The choir will render selections of hymns and psalms and musical selections on the pianorforte by Miss Kmpire Day will be celebrated at the Childrens' School, presided over by Miss McLeod, on Friday next when addresses will be delh-ercd to the children suitable for the occasion by some local gentlemen. The lanrl all.around Taber is look ing splendid, the grass quite green and the crops ore reported as in ex- cellent condition. Everything point to an abundant harvest. No time .should be lost in having the propos- ed elevator erected as in the fall it will be absolutely necessary to cope with the exports of grain t'rom this quarter. Orman, and Miss lajcrgic Van Orman to attend the as- court at Lethbritige in thc action if Joseph Tinsley vs. thc above com- iany for injuries received in the mine ast August. Thu Hart-.Parr'CJiisoline Engine sold o 3IY. .J olm Allan by Misses Ervinc and To del arrived io Taber today and generally statr-d in For days it the morning pa- has been appar- ent that tho cashier's aUegfd misdeeds THE OLD OAKEN BUCKET didn't meet the thirsty lip with any more enjoyment in your childhood days than does the glass of pure sparkling Lethbridge beer in your manhood. You know it is pure, and that you can drink in the ad- vantages of health and vigor while sipping its foamy and delicious con- tents. LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, LTD. ROOMS FOR RENT Large, airy rooms for ivnt; bath, quite private. NVw Hill Block, Cnibb St. entrance. Mrs. Owen. 13C-C ROOMS TO RENT Two Furnished rooms, modern con- nietifesi gentlemen only. Apply corner Glyn and Courtland streets. 136-6 NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Rodgers tt IVrup, who have been conducting a general cartage business in the City of Lethbridge', dissolved partnership on May 18th. All customers owing bills to the lirm will await further in- .structioiiH as to payment. 363 C. S. BORUP. FOR SALE MUST SELL-HouHO in North Ward, 5 rooms; neat, new, rented at per month; mortgage can run 3 years; balance wanted in each to pay second mortgage due in June Price Cash, Apply Hatch Coons, Oliver Block. 35-6 WANTED A young girl to assist in Ugh housework and in taking care o baby. Apply to Mrs. F. J. Me Keown, Baroness Road. 30- WANTED WELL DRILL wanted at once to put down well northeast of Leth bridge. The 0. W. Kerr Co., Soutl urd Block, Lethbridge, Alberta. 128-( BOARDING HOUSE Mrs. T. W. Hanrahan has opene a boarding house at 416 Round stree and is ready to take, roomers an boarders by the day or week. 31-2 ALBERTA MILLER AT WINNIPEG HJ Is Full of Hope in Regard to W n ter Wheat Prospicts Winnipeg Free Press.) G. W. Green, manner of the Elli- son Milling and Elevator company, of N. B. WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION Fredericton, N. B., May bil to enlarge the scope of the workmen's compensation act was introduc d in thf Legislature today. The miximum liability is increased by it from to There will be strong Apposition to the measure by the namtfacturers. PASTURAGE Good pasturage for horses an cattle, well fenced and plenty of w -v, G miles east of Lethbridge. Ap ly to Geo. 0. Kerr, Box 658. 32-6 OK CCAL MINING REG- ULATION! Coal mininf rifbta ol tne Dominion a Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, YukoF Territory, the North-West erritorieu and British Coluorma, may leased for a term of twenty-one ears at an annual rental of an ere. Not more than acres will e leased tc one applicant. Application for a lease must be lade to the Agent or Bub-Agent of le district in which the rights ap- lied for are situated. In surveyed territory the land uuat be di'noribed by sections, or le- al eUbill'.'l-'li'I.'-i of HrCltJ.'illH, and ID nsurveycd ui.; d for shall be slaKi.: Each application uju.-; panied by a fee of wlucu efuadcd if the rights applied for arc lot available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the ;ner- output of the mine at th4 rate of five centa per ton. Every h.-aee of coal mining which are not beiujf operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the leaee may be permitted to purchase whatfever ivailable surface rights may be con- sidered necerisary for the working ol the mine at the rate of an acre. For full information application shoulcl be made to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. N.B. Unauthorized publication of thia advertisement will not be paid for. s Ixiing unloaded. JIVs. Wright (wife of R. W. Wright, the jeweller) and children arrived this morning and purposes making Tabef their home. had seriously crippled that'institution Raymond, Lethbridge nnd Magrath is and the actual suspension this morn- ing caused little or no excitement.. Montgomery, who is in the county jail accused of embezzling the sum of and the abstraction of se- curities valued at will be ar- raigned in the XJ. S. court this after- noon on the first charge. While Mont- gotiaery's speculations are officially p'.aced at it is said the bank's shortage is close to gomery held bonds. Mon- IN WEST TORONTO Toronto, May Liberal con- didatcs for the Legislature in West Toronto, are: Seat A, G. G. Miles; Seat B., Ex-Aid. J. B. Hay. Ta her. A Fay meeting of the executive of the Board of Trade which was attended by a number of mining operators was held -last ev.m- ing. The president, Mr. W. W. Doug- Ins, presided. It proposed and passed unanimously that Mr. John Marsh, Woodpecker be appointed chair man of the executive committee of the Board of IVade ami operators Mr. E. C. More, lion, secretary. The question of rates, which been agitated for some time, wns dis- cussed, but as some of the operators hnd to leave town nnd a council meet inif was summoned for 8 o'clock, at which some of the Board of Trade members had to attend, the meeting was further adjourned to next Friday evening. A meeting of the town council WINNIPEG MARKETS Open Close May 1101-4b 1113-3 July 1127-8 118 Dot............................38 l-8b No. 2 White May 4C> t Tulv 47 I Oct.................... 39 No. 3 White Oats- May July 451-2 Rejected May 42 .Tue .........nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnH June ....................423-4 41 July 435-8 41 1 4 Flax- May 117b July Closing Cash Prices No. 1 Hard No. 1 Northern ................1103-4 No. 2 Northern .....f..........1073-8 No. 3 Northern .................10078 4 951-4 A QUESTION To the Editor of the Herald, report appearing in Satur- day's Herald of a sumptous spread in honor of Leicester made my heart glad. There are certainly sports in Lethbridge BUT what is the matter with the Lethbridge Rangers. Can't the promoters ol that spread boost for the Lethbridge boys. Let them get busy and encourage football in their own city. TITBA. in the city on his first visit. Mr. Greun, who is an ex-mayor of Ray- mond, says that crop prospects throughout southern Alberta were never brighter. Alberta fall wheat, he sfxy.s, i.s a month in advance of last year. He brought a .sample of grow- ing Red wheat from a 1.000 acre field on the Wells Land and Cat- tle Co.'s farm and showed it to a rep- resentative of the Free Press. It measures nearly 14 inches in length and is remarkably well stooled, pos- sessing from 15 to 20 strong stems from a single root. Spring wheat ir Alberta is, ol course, somewhat be hind this, but shows an excellent growth and is, in Mr. Green's opin ion considerably in advance of the Manitoba crop. This wheat is grown vithout irrigation. ICE CREAM Soft Drinks Fruit and Confectionery G. W. H. REED Successors to Hadley-Roberts Co. Phone 21! A Square Meal GET IT AT 44 3-4b 46 5-8b 35 b 4334 451 4 401-2 11G1-2 118 .1113-4 King Up 108 _ When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE MM The Star 88 741-8 62 56 No. No. 5 No. C Food I Fo.d 2 No. 2 White 441-8 No. 3 White 433-4 Rejected ...............'........401-2 No. 4 51 Flax- No. I N. W.....................1161 2 No. 1 M. A.....................1141-2 US Coal, Ice and I PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral TEUEPHON E 63 NAKED ON TORONTO STREET Delegate to Baptist Convention Shows Unmistakable Sign of Insanity Toronto, May Jarvis street was In I with churchgoers yesterday morninc, Donald McLaugh- liri .starts! walk down tho str. et in naked condition. He. had just tak- en a bath and walked down tho- mid- dle of tho exactly as he had stepped from it. lie strolled along the street in the sun for about half nn hour when Constable Prosper threw iin overcoat over him and he was tak- en into the Houl-vard hotel. A mes- senger was, M-nt to McLaughHn's hoarding house and brought back a suit of clothes which jrcL.iuglilin was taken to the hospital. McLaugh- lin came down last wook a place ,near Owen pound to attend the Bap- tist laymen's convention. He ap- peared to go distraught on Friday bc- I ing found wandering near the Don river. He was searching for God he told his friends. RESTAURANT where it will ;ilso be tempt- ing and the service prompt. We cater to the Spring appetite SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURS Fresh FruitaUvays on hand. PHONE: 111 FOR SALE Alberta, restaurant, best stand in I'e city, well established business, ompletc stock of confectionery, to- iiceos, fruit, etc. Easy terms. Ap- ly on the premises. Mon Yuen Co., Block. 1326 ACCOUNTS COLLECTED If you have an account which you iavo failed to collect, leave it with ne. 1 veil Iget it for you. Give me a :all. E. T. McGregor, office P. 0. ilock. 1346 MULES FOR SALE 6 large mules, weight Ibs. to Ibs., extra good. G. W. Heathe- shaw, Magrath. 33-6 WANTED contracts for put- ting down water wells. New rig ca pnble of going 500 feet if necessary Address W. J. Bell, Bowville, Alta 346 WANTED A woman or man and wife fo housekeeper at Isolation Hospital Apply Dr. Campball, Ott Block. 31- WANTED All kinds of farm and city proper- ty for sale. I have purchasers for a number of good propositions. List your property with E. T. McGregor, P. 0. Block. 34-G FOJ PURE ICE CREAM, Cool. Soft Drinks and TEMPTING MEALS go to Alberta Restaurant FOR SALE A ?nap in a dwelling house close in to business part of city, terms ex- ceptionally easy. Apply to E. T. Me Gregor, P. 0. Block. 34-6 Just Five More Days of Our Introduction Sale c! Carpet Squares and Rngs, Curtains and Diaperies. Jnst to introduce these departments we are making exceptional offerings I Pioneer Goal IS ON THE MARKET All Orders Strictly Attended to Must be Paid on Detirery Prep, E. T. MCGREGOR REAL ESTATE BROKER Agent for Farm and City Loant, Insurance, Rent als and Conveyancing. your property with Call at P. O. Block or Addrost Box 3S7, FARM PROPERTY INSURANCE Place your insurance with The Wa wnnessn. Farmers' Mutual. Th r.r, Macdonald Co. 0. Box, 540, City. 135 6 Kaon tender to be accompanied by n certified cheque for 5 p -r cont. on the amount of the tender as a guarantee FURNISHED ROOMS Furnished rooms to rent, Now Hlock, ent.rnnco, Crabb Sreet. 1.36-6 that the Contractor will enter into a satisfactory contract. Thc cheque to bo made payable to A. Macdonald A ______________ Co. The lowest or any tender not neces- NOTICE I sarily accepted. TENDERS will be received for the j Plans and specifications on visw at cleaning of the streets of the village I the Architect's offices, Southard of Stafford, up to May 29, 1908.1 Building, Chas. Peaooct. Secretary-Treasurer.! JAMES A. MACDONALD, K-12 38-0 Architect.