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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAY 21, mi Daily He PritUi by Herald Print lug 1 CX> Lul.r Uwtul "at Ma ottoe. Rouod AX ELECTION STOIlV STorunlu Might.) Joseph Patrick Downey is oiw of the memlxjrs of the Legislature who Teachers9 Institute at Raymond DtUy, ottt year, MX one month, delivered Duly, oue year, Daily! uiteitha, by mail Weekly Beraldj changed ai often 01- i.M M S.M 1.76 M I.M ____________ aa de- girad; but both new and old oiiut be given. St.. Leihbridfe, frequently adorns his campaign spee- ches with stories worth repeating. When he was speaking for Hon. W. ,1. Ilanmi in West Lambton a short time ago he told a story which made u hit, both with the, audience and j with the Provincial Secretary, who; 'dourly loves a good story. It was j one which" the South Wellington meui j brought with him from Australia A 'ieachi'rs' >.vas uoiu Raymond on Monday and Tuesday of j this week under the direction of W. 11. Thompson, H. A., vice principal of the Normal. School ut "Calgary aud Jus. C. Mi Her, 11. A., also of the Caigary Normal School stall. li large atteiuiaiu-i'. lively uixi proiU- able discu.ssions, and a conlinl welcomi1 from the of Itay- mond, count for anything, tlu-n liu1 results 01 the meeting were all that could lx> desired. Monday forenoon was taken up with s where ho spent a few yours a long ,1-iMr. Thompson s paper on primary hud to do with thc lime ago. Jt lmie CONSERVATIVE SLANDER when Austrulia was tinkering! tariffs, and iiie fiscal question i wus one of the hot issues of the elec- j lion I'tunpuign. The constituency of; u .M t, 'upon tho tJutv of trustees and toach- Wuivham Dull, so tho story runs, had j l l- work iti geography. In tho afternoon. Mr. Miller, in dealing with the t'liu-s- tiou of school hygiene- took up the course of studv in detail ami dwelt JJr. Clark, the Liberal candidate for )osv its member, and the party- -it the Commons in lied Deer, in a re- matter brought out n Irishman named ;ers in this regard, suggesting many ;possible improvements on existing cent address made a very effective re- 'stalwart 'conditions. Patrick, .....t Mr. I'lumipsoM followed with a mus- ference to tJie character of the Con- Mulvev. Ho had lived in tho riding j i i i i i torlv treatment oi the question ot el- servative scandal campaign, lie in- manv voars, owned considerable land, emynttirv arithmctjc, dealing the stanced a statement Cornelius Hie- nused potatoes himself, and was con-, r) 'methods oi conducting tho work ot bert, Conservative member for Rose- sidered a good candidate. I bud in tho Alberta U'gislaturo, hud a came on and Pat- lhiw a New Blouses, Beits, Ties, Ribbons and Fancy colored Lisle Hose Received by Express today The Bentty Co. Ltd. f IMesaie ind Retail rtm 33 wmm Our out glass is famous for its beauty of design, bril- liance1 and absolute accur- acy of cutting. It scinti- latcs like; gems in sunlight. We show immense variety both of dnsitfiis and pieces. For wedding gifts, home decoration or personal use, cut glass stands in a class by itself. Prices from 5Cc to made in a speech at Calgary, in nek, unlike many Irish, was no ora- which he charged that the Dominion ior. He rose timidly, government had given to Mr. Bur- all know he stammered, rows, M.I'., one third as much land "I'vy lived among yez forty years, as was given to the C.l'.U. for build- and bov. I've never been hard ii T tores ting .session being taken up with the C.P. on in collecting rents. 1 m no b few general suggestions pertaining to the work of the higher grades. The discussion that followed this paper was most helpful. Tuesday forenoon was a very in- I GET YOUR I The Sign of the Watch Ford St., near City Hall Ring Up 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE f PROFESSIONAL CARDS W.S.GALBRA1TH, M.D.C.M. McQill Physician, Surgeon Accouchtr (Oflice Ketipath St. 'Fhonn 5.1 9a.m.. 2-3. 7-8 p.m. Coal, Ice and PRAYING; Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS. Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral TELEPHONE: ea OR8. McCLURE It STEWART, Sur- geon Dentists. Oftlce.Houra: ibj.rn. to 12 1 p.m. to 6p.m. HAMILTON YOUNG tad Surveyors Room Block. C.F.P.Conybwi, B. Morton Jontt, B. C. L CONYBEARE JONES llurristers, Etc. Office: Conybeare Block. Lcthbridce, Alt.. 22-lyr ing its railway. Xow, K. was given acres, and spuker, but well, if yez will elect tlo inv best i'or ;BIr. Thompson's paper on nature stu- one-third of that would be 8 1-3 mil- me, I'll lions, or square miles. N'ow. Hull." all that tho Dominion government ne sat down. The chairman! a has sold in timber the 'mock, mild-mannered little man with hind, they must remember, the Labor- gentle voice, arose and asked: "Is H.1 government had not disposed ol there any man in the audience who I land as the Conservative government would like to ask the candidate a had done--but the timber, all thai the Government had sold was "l would like to said n man square miles, so that even if Mr. with a Tine Oxonian accent, "what LJurrows got every foot of timber li- the candidate's views are on the fis- mits which was sold by the present cnl Dominion government he would still "What's asked Mulvey, have, according to Mr. lliebert's tending his ear. statement, square miles more t like-to know you're views; dy anel that of Mr. ililler on physi- i [ail culture. j I j On Tuesday afternoon Inspector .J.I Hrown, U. A., taught a literature' lesson on the "Lay of the Last Min- strel" to a standard VI class of the 'Raymond School in order to illu.s- jtrate a good method of attacking such a poem. Mr. Miller's paper on manual trahf- ing concluded what was considered by many the most successful insti- !tutc- they ever uttcndeik Vice-Prin. Thompson and Mr. Miller are comparatively new men to the I I SHOES AT GERMAN'S W. C. SIMMONS Advocatt, BarrUter, Etc. Office: Southard lilock. GOVERNMENT SUSTAINED Saskatchewan's Telephone Policy Endorsed in Legislature the government has discarded the principle government ownership as far as the question affected rural communities, and to which they had i pledged thrinselves, session. Mr. held the position taken by the loader of tho Opposi- tion, was contrary to tho fact. The main point be-fore the House Irist ses- sion was that of enquiry which had been id-'d for and held and as a result which the piv.s.-nt bills were now brforo them. He wont on to show that nowhere on this contin- ent had sinv contra 1 government un- General Teaming When you require your gardeus 'jloughed, your yards cleaned up, collars dug, or any other teaming lone, SEE US, or phone 201, or l.rop a post card iu the office, your order will receiveour prompt atten- tion. COAL must be paid for m delivery. Residence and stable sast of the barracks. WM. TAYLOR, Lethbridge the construction of rural telephone- lines, and that wherever they had been tested all the evidence fully demonstrated that rural tele- phone systems could be b. st looked after by trm people themselves. B. C. MOORE funeral Director and Embalmtr NVit to Presbyterian Church Office Phone 102. Residence 136. F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitney Bi 3U-0 R. G. ADDISON I Blairmore, Alta. FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EM- BALMER Office Plione Phone 28 d.t.f. Ri-giim, May resum- ed at 8 o'clock tonight. An amend-' which he must have got fmm the. Con 'on the fiscal question''" persisted the i u'acilors ol Southern Alberta, on mellt tQ the of the whom they left a most favorable mi- t u. rphone bm wag by Mj. servative government apparently, questioner. pointed out Dr. Clark. And this was "I don't quite catch replied a fair specimen of the stories published broadcast. WHAT THE FUTURE PROMISES being the, candidate, who was struggling ;with the word fiscal. It was repeated twice. "Oh, yes, he at last exclaim- cd, bracing up, "my views on the Qs- pressioii. The masterly way in which they handled the different topics showed that they have a thorough grasp of their work. The province of Alberta is fortunate in having tho services of Did it cvor strike you thatjnore is.tal question! Well, it's just this; known about the country around on the fiscal question. monton than the country around You see the fiscal question Lethbridge? it, was evident Patrick was getting It is true, too. mto deep water and some of his For hundreds of. miles cast, west ,fricnds 'm lhe audience saw ii was and north of Edmonton, the settler'about time to come to rescue has forced, his way, but a tract of' v'ews of thc fiscal question." land running from Lethbridge easttojhe again, with a supreme ef- the Portal branch of tho C.P.R. has IorL- not been set foot upon by the settler Just lhen lhere was an uproar in in fact very few people, possibly sur-ithe hall. Looking down Patrick saw veyors, a few ranchers and sta.lwart countrymen walk over Policemen know anything about it. jto thc questioner, pick him up on From the Cypress Hills south shoulders, walk over to the win men of such, ability a.s .Mr. Miller and Mr. Haultain and on division was de- feated thirteen to eight. Messrs. Gar- ry and Stewart of the government side being absent. Thc amendment, 'That this House regrets that the prin- ciple of provincial ownership has not been applied to the rural portions of IS awaits the American boundary great country that yet development and that opment will come when tho line to Weyburn is built. Into that vast bit of prairie country, settlers dow and throw him out. Then they quietly resumed their seats as though devel- nothing had happened. The question was ani But again thc soft dulcet notes of the, chairman's gentle voice were Mr. Thompson as loaders of the province wherc the need along the pedagogical lines. j o{ a provincial exists." Mr. On Monday evening an "At Home" sole argumont was that was tendered the teachers by the ci- tizens of Raymond. The large meet- ing house was full and a splendid pro gramme was given. Dr. Rivers, may or of thc town, was chairman and delivered an eloquent address of wel- come. Other features of the function i i were the playing of the juvenile band j which averages twelve years of age, and an original poem of welcome by j Amanda Nilsson. With speech and; song followed by ice cream and cake j P.O. Box 38 Phone 299 JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block. Redpath Street i.ethbridge, Alta. William Head Company Ltd. DUFFER1N STREET. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. No Charge for Fstimitts We solicit your Repair Work and aim to satisfy will flock and make it as productive as the Lethbridge district is1 today. Let us hope that death will not heard in the invitation: "Is there RIH other gentleman that would like to ask .Mr. Mulvey a the "At Home" xvas a feast oi en- joyment to all. The visiting teachers were entertained royally both at thc "At Home" and in the homes of the citizens. Much credit, is due Princi- pal Keillor for thc success of the instutute and tho pleasure of thc vi- sitors. take us away from this land of great possibilities too soon. All of us.i LETHBRIDGE LOOKy THE BEST who have faith in the country and its possibilities, want to live .and ob- serve the transformation that will take place in the country. We want to see thc towns that will dot this practically unsettled land. F. Sick, returned Saturday night Regina where he had been at- tending the lirewers' convention. The delegates to the convent Ton de- li 'cided to form n Brewers' Association! Portsmouth on May 29 at the conclus- WC under the name "The Western Brew- Uon of President of the Allieries visit TO VISIT RUSSIA London, May Edward will .shortly spend a week witli tho em- peror and empress of "Russia. It is said that t hey will embark at want to hear of the crops the Association of Canada." This to London. This will the first time ers will be raising in a few years on jstcP was deemed necessary in order the kjng has met the emperor since the prairie that today is only the Brewers might better be able J his accession. Thc last meeting was by coyotes and gophers. And jto protect themselves and all their above all we want to see interests. A. K. Cross president of the What n great city it will be. Xoth- ing can keep it back. Jt is located on the occasion of the funeral of Em- peror Alexander in 1394 whin the Brewing Co. and Mr. Hyde j king was Prince of Wales, of the Fernie Brewing Co. were elect- by nature in the centre of a territory President and secretary pro tern, that will he richer in agriculture, new association. The press dustries, mines and railroads then; A3 not to attend the scs- any other section of Western Cana- of the convention! About twcn da. ty-five delegates were present from The opening up of that really un. j'dineront points in the West. The next known country south of the of the association will be Hills will work wonders in this city at Calgary in June, and district. It will widen our field ilr- found Regina quite dull, as n commercial and industrial slatcs lhat there is not half the and guarantee to us a future done there as in Lethbridge. and expansion we never lound that Lethbridge has the s to be our lot. (reputation of being tho best town in _______________ithe West this year. Crops all along the lino look splen- For Victoria Day the Canadian Pa- cific Railway Company announce a rate of fare and one-third for the round trip. Tickets on sale May 22nd to May 25th inclusive, final return limit, May 27th. 134-6 Hudson's Bay Coy. ams -Lethbridgt Lodge (U.D.) i i A. M., G. R. A. Regular meeting night, the third Thursday oi oach month in the Masonic Hall, P. O. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will always receive a hearty welcome. A.C.MESSER, G.V.STORKEY, W. M. Secretary, P. 0. Box 537. Canadian Order ot Foresters Cotrt Lethbrtige No. 262 Meets in K. of P. Hall last Thursday of month. Visiting Brethren Welcome J, F: ROGERS, C.R. t X! I? C! A. .NUilLMlj, Jj.O. OUR POINT OF VIEW H. B. Ames' stereopticon views ar- ranged to enlighten the Canadian el- ectorate on timber limits and land leases are like moving pictures, very shaky and shiftv. That hotel fire at Tillsonburg. Ont. emphasizes the need for fire in every hotel. The back to Adam's time Doukho- bora ought to be put on a reserve like the buffalo, only enclosed with n high board fence. _ j Reuf, the Frisco boss, pleaded guil- ty hut the California courts! wouldn't believe him and now they are trying him to ascertain whe- ther he knew what thc word meant or not. did. Prospects in thc 'are very bright. district BreHany Concert! ACCIDENTAL DEATH U Htrald.) Frank, May An inquest held on the body of Earnest Laurome at Frank by Coroner Disney of Coleman, the jury was composed o! T. F. Fitx- simmons, foreman, Alex Gundetto. R. Sleeves, A. Maceill, C. Howard. Al- ter taking evidence they returned a verdict oi accidental death, no one being to blame. Dectntc Ywr tltme and Pike tf Easiness FLAGS La-fge and Small for Victoria Day ORDER THEM NOW THE EARTH WOBBLED very little when our picture frmaier went away. We are doing better work then erer with gas. The finishing touches to house-cleaning are "The Picture." Our prices are always right. I SKI TKnEHl Wesley Church Friday, May 22 At 6 p.m. LOUISE BREHANY Soloist EDITH 'Cellist MAXIMILIAN DICK Violinist ALICE McCLUNG Pianist Reserved Seats practically all Sold Ulcry MM! Lectve Splendid Values and Moderate Prices make this Store a Busy at Come and See Pretty-Silk A Bargain 15 Silk Waists, made from pure Japan- ese Silks, ciit in pretty new styles, with short or long s-leaves. nicely trimmed, worth S-L50 and S5 Special offering for Friday j. niceiy irimmeu. Lawn Shirtwaist Suits Made of splendid quality while lawn. Waist of allover embroidery front and trimmed with val insertion and tucked, skirts neatly made regular Friday........... MMniltlMllMlliM Mr. Billie Sharratt Ventriloquist and Mimic At liberty for Smoking Concerts, Pajtiet, etc. Ventriloquism taugh' White Linen Skirts jiuen Skirts, flared Another Corset Bargain About 30 pair odd lines, some short and others long Most of these have been selling at S1.50 per pair Friday................ SHOE SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY BOYS' RUNNING SHOES, blue duck- top, rubber soles, well made, sizes 10 to 13 and 1 to 5. worth SOc and 90c per pair Friday................ Misses' Tie Shoes Meets 1st and ilrcl M o n d ays in K. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. a. G. DAVIES, W.P. 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. Lethbridge Nest of Owls Lcthbridge Nest o! Owls, No. 159. will meets the second Thursday o! each month in K. of P. Hall. G. V. STORKEY, Secretary. C. .ROSS TATE. President. M. PRIEST, Junior Past Fine quality White Linen Skirts, flared with two biss folds newest styles, reg. S2.oO Friday.... A Snap in White Cotton .300 Yards of fine While Cotton, soft finish, free trom dressing. 36 in. wide, regular 13c per yd. 10 Yards on Friday for........ SSmg. 'W 111. WHKJ. Misses' Oxford Tie Shoes with buckle on the front, patent and tan, a nice neat shoe, sizes 11 to 2 worth a pair Friday........... ma nice neai Mens' Lacrosse Shoes Fine black duck upper, rubber sole, well made, sues (5 to 10, rog. SI.45. Friday pper. ruoner soie, Hudson's Bay Coy. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. Sow of tajland Benefit Societ? Mwt. in tin. every itnd thinl Tlmra.lsiy in the mont. at 8 p.m. lnvthrm wd come. Applebj, Freil T. KoIiiriH, W. 1'rw.leut. Box 57. LETHBRIDGE LOUut ItO. 3e C. B. P. O. E. MeeU oh the second Tuesday of each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. SHARMAN, M. PRIEST. E. R. Secretary. WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCEUNION Meet in Methodist Wesley Church every third Friday in the month at 3.30 p. m. Visitors always welcome. MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, MRS. CHAS. McCLENAGHAN, Secretary. Lotffc NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall evevy sec- jnud and fourth Mondays in month. Employers requiring certificated en- gineers, and engineers out of employ- ment, would do to communicate with us.