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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETH BR I DQL ALTA., F R I DAY, MAY 22, Iftl. M I ty-fivu acres whivh is now bohig bro- ken by a gasoline engine with-u sev- plow o.t t'lity of twenty nor (luy. Upon moving iuto a now neighbor-1 .Mr. F. fcmiloy. St. Paul. of WHH ihnmuli Tuber with a parly ol i cautioned not to light with his uc-vr j land hi- Spring Priuted by the Daily Herald Printing acquaintances. One day Willie came Coulee. There is n pival prospect of Co., Ltd., every lawful eveiiiug at wilh Ve ulld very much lU office, Bound St.. Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Di- rector and Editor. Subscription Dally, one year, delivered...... 14.00 a good deal of land changing hands j within tho iK-xt few days, as buyers j are daily arriving and numbers of i Daily, eix uiouth, delivered, 2.00 Daily, three months, delivered.. 1.00 Daily, one month, delivered .35 Daily, one year, by mail 3.00 Daily, six mouths, by mail 1.76 Daily, three mouths, by mail .85 Weekly Herald, cue year 1.50 Addresses changed as ofteu as de- sired, but both new and old address must be given. spattered with dirt. "Why, said Mauiuia, "I thought 1 told you to count a ium- enquiries wucte. Andrew Sipes accompanied by his and wife and neice, Miss Nellie Amiable, j visit i dred before you fought." "I did, said Willie, look what Tommy .Smith did 1 was CROP FIGURES while! have left for Moose Jaw ou a I for about a fortnight. i Rev. J. It. Munro, Mr. A. Or- 'A WILFUL iilSl'NDEKSTAJS'DLNG' man "Bishop" und Mr. 0. ClampcU Tho reconstruction of the British; have been invited to address the chil- Cabinet by Ur. Asquith recalls un in- j dre.n in tho school buildings tomor- j cideiit that happened in Pitt's time, j row, which is being observed as Km-' when a Scotsman, who was t J pin; Day owing Saturday Iwiilg be oleuited lo tin- peerage, was the'the usual holiday and Knipire Day victim of a ii'-ui stroke of following on Sunday, sayti 1'. T. U. Sir John Sinclair was This Store will be Closed Monday the 25th .'no press of the northwestern Stales have boon doing their utmost to be-little the Canadian Webt as a grain growing country. Tho frost in parts of tin- country last year was used as a big bugaboo to frighten the American farmer away from the iVr- tiie But thf.v aiv finding that the Americans can't be kept out of Canada. They would come across the lino even if cannon were placed at every quarter section to drive them oat. Arid can you blame them'.' F.von with last ear's slight Saskatchewan produced more grain to the aero than tho Northwestern States. An article in th Success gives the figures: Average viold in Saskatchewan 15.17 bushels Kansas 5.S Minnesota 18.0 North Dakota 10.0 South Dakota 11 Nebraska 12-0 Iowa 12.S Why should the American fanner t-or n stay away from Western Canada j-Of flVe when it can show as splendid re- sults, as that, tions? president of th llounl ami after beiug in ollice for several years, lie expressed a desiiv lor pro- motion in social scale. Mr. lie wrote lo the don't you think the Ur. Chadwick. Y.S., lias purchased it Pit bull terrier dog which is pro- nounced by judges as a beauty. All the hotels have been very busy week with arrivals of commercial men, visitors, and land buyers. A busy air pervades the town and on The Hartley Co. Ltd, Wholesale M Retail Pboae 33 LETHWE Prime iliniste President of tho Hoard of Agricut-' driving through the country an na- ture should be a activity i, observed on mostly all farms. T ATA NtOFESSlONAL CARDS omorrow we are having a Special Sale of CHILDREN'S HATS Also discounts on all the latest styles in Millinery. L. A. SCOTT, Manager NEW HILL BLOCK Mr. Thos. Parkinson left for from Ul- ie a peer.' Pitt at once seized the opportunity to "shunt" the too-eager Scot. Dear Sir John replied the Prime bridge this .Minister, "L entirely agree with you. the Spokane river. 1 have therefore appointed Lord So- i Tlu' lhrtv merville to succeed you as President: "ho have been in labor iook- uf the Hoard of Agriculture." over Uuui, Sir John, on recovering from his tomorrow morning. A. William, a team and wagon of furniture was proceeding today to the ferry to cross to the north side. Tho approach is very stoop and the road a winding grade. Something one of the causing him to knock against the other, with thc result that he pushed him over the bank where there is a drop of about one hundred and twenty-five W.5.GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. McGill Physician, Surgeon Accoucher i GftlCti UI4 kwiputh Ml, 'HhnriP M 9a.m., 2-3. 7-8 p.m. DRS. McCLURE STEWART, Bur- gton DentUti. Office to I n.; 1p.m. to 6p.m. tupeiaciion, wont about wringing his March hands and exclaiming. "Dear me, dear me, such a wilful misunderstand I GET YOUR SHOES AT HAMILTON YOUNG and Surveyors Room 4-Whitnty Block. C.F.P.Conybiare, K.C., D.C.L., B. Morten Jones, B. C. L CONYB5ARE 4 JONES iiurristers, Solicitors, Etc. Ollice: Conybeare Block. Lethbridge, Altt. 22-1 yt W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. Ollice: Southard Block. TOUR OF INSPECTION TO THE NORTH TABER TALK Taber, May McDonald leaves this evening on his usual an- }lr vyilliam jumped in time mial trip for the booking of orders lo savc hiniself but the wagon and l GERMAN'S! YOUNG WOMEN AND TEMPER- ANCE (Contributed by C. T. U.) Bulletin.) Mr. J. Martin, who is prominent in tdueational circles in Rod Deer, has been by tho. department of education to iorm the third member of i tlie party which is to make a tour of inspection in the great north country. Mr. will look into education- i al matters and the condition of the i schools. Mr. H. A. Craig, superintend- ent of fairs and institutes, will lec- i ture on thc live stock industries. Mr. Let us poijder and pray and study C. McKilHcau of the seed branch e expects to be away horses went right over the bank. One i of duty, each one for her-! of the Dominion department of agri- of the horses broke loose and escap-1 se'.f. That mothers have a work to do culture, with hc-adquarters at Cal- Spokane flyer was five hours wjthout injury, whilst thc other j for temperance is readily conceded, gary. will propogate a clean seed under adverse condi- .Uld late this evening. wus jammed down by the wheel oi j But, young ladies, we also appeal to! campaign. Mr. Craig is spending to- Mr. 11. F. Annable drove today j tno wagon resting on his neck. A-you, and in the name of all that is day in Calgary and the party will set The Lethbridge district can beat all wilh visitors to Taber through hastened to thc scene j sacred and dear to the heart of out on Tuesday. The boat which is those States ami Saskatchewan too. .v portion of this district whoj iliui extricated the animal which to j man, we lay upon you the fearful re-1 to conduct them to thc north regions for he expects will be purchasers of hind, j au appearances seemed none the sponsibility of saving your brothers, j leaves Athabasca Landing on -May 27th. The party will be gone about six weeks and as this is the first ex- Ho has within the last few days dis- 400 250 Acres noseij Of parcels S i {.own lots. 307 12 of Joe How moved his restaurant it nesses of the scene state that the: scions that to you, more to i report is expected on their return, day from the north side of the street i OSCape of man and horses was mar-1 others, is delegated this ov Twhelm-! to the south. Last year's official crop figures this district were as follows: Bushels Spring wheat Winter Wheat Outs Barley Rye In the Cards-ton District the figures were: grc-on. Bushels Acres For sport is any Spring Wheat tmvu ahead Ol- Taber. It is now pro- Winter Wheat JJOKeri lo slarl lt tennis club. ladies and gentlemen have sig-j Rye 40 No argument is required to Prove residence of for the accident, although the; your lovers and your future husbands hint! and some wagon was badly furniture scattered wrecked and the from the terrible fate of the hopelessly in all directions, i inebriate. We believe you feel con-1 petition of its kind a very interesting vellous. The weight of the wagon j ing responsibility Tak, your own, w. lato of tho j. Browil The crops in this district are in Dragging On the slope chocked the im way to do it, but be sure that jl is j ,t i-- i e mi. ..i.i. llent condition and as far ft-s tne for which the horses would I drme. Think wliat would be your tnkcn ft JJOsUion Xel- eye can reach the prairie is quite certainly have been killed. 000 infied their intention oi joining. A preliminary meeting was held at the mental suffering to look on your bright hopes crushed in their budding j beauty to see your ardent aspirationsj all defeated, and then think what i might have been! I believe that I C. W. Lowther is putting a fotmda- young who might scores of youngK men, who, but son Fraser. BLACK SPRING VALLEY NEWS Black Spring Valley, May Lars UrandvoUl spent Saturday and Sunday on his claim, lie is working for John Williams. Nate Bowser and C. Adams look supper at It.' Burns' Sumlay night. Nate is visiting his brother and sis- ter John Bowser and Mrs. Adams on ihe Little Bow. Leon Burns has been on the sick list, and went to town on Friday to consult Dr. Cragg. Will and Bonnie Brandvold vis- ited at home Saturday night and Sumlay. Leon 1 turns has taken the contract to break and seed to winter wheat twenty for Will Fry. Misses Hilma 1'eterson and Marjory Thomson and Mr. Cyr were the guests of Mrs. Ottot on Sunday. Miss Marjory Thomson visited at Peterson's Friday and Saturday. The feed mill from the Ridge will be at Burns' on Tuesday and Wed- nesday of this week. Sidney Thomson and Mr. Wright purchased from Mr. Donnan a coal shed, hen house and barn. Mr. Don- nan is intending to move to B. L'. in the near future. j Airs. Smith is working at John Bowser's this week. B. C. MOORE Funeral Director and to Presbyterian Church Office Phone 102. Residence 136. F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitney Block. 39-0 R. ADDISON Blairmore, Alta. FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EM- BALMER Office Phone Phone 28 d.t.f. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS tion under his house on. Ford St. Virtue has taken out a permit F. on i for a small dwelling- on Redpath St. tiie timely efforf they may put forth j will, b fore they dream of danger, be i that this district takes the palm. Monday evening when the matter of getting suitable ground for the pur- 0. F. I'. Conybeare is repairing the! hopelessly engulfed in the whirlpool wall in the rear of his Round St. block on of ruin. Ts'ot alj young men have! THE BRITISH PREFERENCE !posc was il Round St. Smother, to and pray for laid out and rolled. About; w. H. Guest, who for the post few 1 uui !l11 young men associate more or Dr. Clark, the Liberal candidate m'twellty lttllics aml gentlemen have has been an overseer on thell'-ss with young ladies. And I think 1 Red Deer quoted figures in a recent 'ready of: cenicnt work of tfao bridgc, left for j il bl' lllat at thfl cri'. speech to prove that Britain was the joitling and mony more arc expected his homc at stonewall, Ontario. ticsil age the mother's influence is' natural market for Western Canada; .Q ioin i where cngago -n j hardly as persuasive as that of the products rather" than the States. The Rcv rector ol- St. ThQs Woolford vice of ifleal of a woman's charms, though he did not thereby, he said. :Thl.odortf's church, we regret to thc vlberla Knrnicrs' Association and Workf lndieS> while you wish to depreciate any efforts to find'T tin in conseouencc ot! f .u n tr-f vounc and free.. Your reward is is still mciibposui, m ui a successlui tarmcr of the Cardston ,11 a market ior these products in thc no services wer, hold lttst Sun.' lMt Certain. ou an hundred Lruted States. The I nitetl States. t, u is expected that the Rev. j fold in tho swiftly coming years.- produced an excess over its own rura5 vvill conduct The following building permits have; MrR Willard. sumption of the products that the scrvices on ,lext j been taken out during the past ,cw Canada produced an excess of, where; lhft ,ast week hl W. R. Virtue, frame cottage as Great Britain, with her teeming i of hftvc working St, estimated cost, manufacturing millions, did not pro-jlhe C.P.R. lino n0lir hlW> i v'ih Juc-e these focxl products iu sumciont lhe Ues ami raising the lracks. il-ath Mr J. Ncclham of quantity an.l had to import tho.n. trains an> k t constallt cottage, cor Ix.mpas and The export rat.lo to Croat Britain Urassy bnuth St M 400; Jas. F.ske brick was head valued at fnml (.ou Us, S- 000; A ex. Smitn 11 millions dollars. lo the rnite.l 'placc. inmcrete dwellmg, C.lyn, States the .same yeai- valued _____ I The work done by the Western at In the 'ast nine months rimnbing and Tinsmithmg Company of 1907 ?7.S2I.OiiO of cat lie had Taber, May planting is, ;s giving much satisfaction as is bei-ti exported to C.reat Britain as' full swing all around Taber. Mr.'shown by the increasing number of compared with S500.000 to the David .Jenkins with his potato plant- contracts awarded to that energetic States. of cheese as which opens the drill, sows the; firm. The members of the firm arc compared with to the States, potatoes and'earths them shnultan- individually popular nnd endeavor bacon, as against S713, planted two acres today forl tn leavo satisfied customers, oats, as against one him- H. F. Annable in tho short space ,Thty have been awarded the contract dred and three thousand, wheat ot three hours. i for the plumbing and heating of F. 740.000 as against to the U- F. Annable let a cont ract 1 Downer's three cottages and on Mr. States and so on. These figure? show yesterday for one hundred and twen- Suggitt's house at Coaldale. Also ed thi! marvellous surcc-ss of Sir Wil----------------------------------------------------for the roofing on nnd 1'ur- frid Imperial preference tar- For Victoria Day the Canadian Pa- man's blacksmith shop and for the iff. which had gained Canada such a cific Railway Company announce a; roofing and cornice work on the Sen- market in ihe old land in exchange rate of fare and one-third for the i man biock. for the British goods sent to Canada.' round trip. Tickets on sale May 22nd j Oazctte: A very quiet but to May 25th inclusive, final return look place Ulis morn. hm.t, May in the Catholic Church where li i t 'MLss Gracc Spencer was ur.iu-d llrl' I II -m FARMERS and RANCHERS INSURE your Buildings against Loss by Prairie Fires also your Crops ag- .ainst Diur.age by Htxil C.B. Bowman ftpcy P.O. Block. Pboee200 Macleod Chrnniele: Courtlantl Starnos entertained at dinner last ay in honor Perry. Among the guests were Supt. Mr. C. C. Me.Caul Kdmonton: and Supt. Primrose. Af- ter dinner the party adjourned to 's for OUR POINT OF VIEW The people continue to settle at the new districts of Warner and Milk Ri- ver. It will not be long until that branch of the Alherta railway uill be dotted with elevators. CityBaseiialllEagee Opening Games MONDAY, MAY 25 VICTORIA DAY Residence "S i CM k. k. E B Alberta Realty Co Lethbridge Alberta Lethbridge Auction A consignment of Second-hand 'to hand. For sale cheap. Also a line of Walnut Fur- niture, including Dresser, Sideboard, Stand, Table, etc., all furnished with marble tops. Sewing Machines Lots of other lines of sec- ond-hand goods sundries Please call and see Waddington Gibbon 410 ROUND STREET XJELEPHONE JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, Redpath Street Lethbridge, Alta. ---------------------------1------------------------ Lethbridge Lodge (U.D.) A. F. A. MM G. R. A. Regular meeting night, the third Thursday of each month in the Masonic Hall, P. 0. 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 Court Lethbridge No. 262 Meots in K. of P. Hall last Thursday of month. Visiting Brethren Welcome J. F. ROGERS, C.R. A. KEIDIG, F.S. isrie lo. Planners in this district feit cheerful. Tho prospccls were never better, present time are nn early harvest. Indications at the that wt-> will Alfalfa will be an immense this district this vear. The Teterboro, Out., Review, is an every day advocate of protection. When Canada is prosperous under T-ibernl it gives the credit to the National policy, it says the j liberals have not discarded. When people are without work in Kasternj Canada cities it. puts the blame on j the policy, which it tries to j make out, to fit such a case, is low j tariff, Then it comes and slaps its own face by putting in glar- i ing hoad lines "There are now 000 unemployed in the mitod States." isn't that, a fine trbute to the high protection system of the Decorate Your Home and Placed Business FLAGS and Small for ORDER THEM NOW 4- THE EARTH WOBBLED very liitlc when our picture framcr went away. We arc doing better work then ever with less gas. The finishing touches to house-cleaning are "The Pictures." Our prices arc always right. n marriage to Mr. W. Xavjn, now of jXanton. The bride was beautifully i attired in a gown of point lace over silk and WHS given away by her fa- ther, Mr. S. A. Spencer. The bridcs- States and Pet policy. to the Review's maid. Miss Flossie Spencer, looked becoming in a ioveiy of crepe de Cheino, the office of tirr.ate friend n: groom in the son of TV. W. Steclmnn. t he t I. SKE Ti[ mm IMIIIIIIItMIM-IMiM rity stores yesterday and greet- ed the proprietor, railing him by name. That, gentleman, expecting that ho vns about to renew an old act'imintanc-e, put on his exprcs- ns is his custom when speaking to the ladies. Thc young Indy ithe first move recpJestinp that. the. gentloniaii atTix his signature to a j'iocumenc she placed before jhim. Thc manner of the said party I of the second hocamo perceptibly j less engaging and hr- dorlinwl to oblige, saying. "1 wouldn't do that: on a bet for my own mother, I'd ra- j ther give you the money." TTc was jthen nsketl to suggest a more oblig- j ing who would do the lady the slight favor of guaran- teeing her to the extent of AT 2 O'CLOCK Young Men's Club versus A. Club AT 6.30 O'CLOCK Press Club v. Young Men's Club 25c admits Balance Easy Bnys one or the finest homes of Lethbridge. 3 lots with the property. H. J. H. Skeith Room 1 Whitney Block Pioneer Coal IS ON THE MARKET All Orders Strictly Attended to Cash Must be Paid on Delivery JUES ISICIBrT: frop. Meets 1st and lirtl M o n tl ays in K. of P Hull at .S o'clock. Visitinji brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P. 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S Nest of Owls Lethbridge- Nest of 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 Past Pros. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. n t Coal, Ice and PRAYING Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral TELEPHONE 63 See tho League Start Out ICE CREAM Mr. Billie Sharratt Reputation is everything theso dr.ys even in For the BEST go to ROCHON'S We sell Ice Cream in bulk William Head Company Ltd. DUFFER1N STREET, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. t Hi Ovft fir Eltkntti Wo solicit your Repair Work and aim to Sons of England Benefit Society in tin Kutxl.lrt of rytliiii" Ua'i rj tliin! Tliur.s.lny in tlirtnuiit! S p.m. Visiting nlwiiyw wcl :orae. Walter Applftby, Fnid T. HolihiH. Hi r. LETHBRIDGE LOLAjit NO. 3o C. B. P. O. E. Meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. SHARMAN, M. PRIEST. E. R. Secretary. WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION Meet in Methodist Church it VJIC tltOIItlt ill 3.30 p. m. Visitors always welcome. MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, Proa. MRS. CHAS. McCI-ENAGHAN, 83-0 Secretary. 11 Ventriloquist and Mimic j At liberty for Smoking Concerts, Parties, etc. Ventriloquism taught E. T. MCGREGOR REAL ESTATE BROKER Agent for Farm and City Loans, Insurance, Collections, Rent- Conveyancing. List property with me. Call at P. O. Block or Address Box 317, Lethbridlt, Alta. Lodge NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in thc Labor Hall evevy sec- and and fourth Mondays in the month. i Employers requiring certificated en- gineers, and engineers out of employ- ment, would do well to communicate with M. KOBERT NEVIN, ChieL W. A. DIOKSON, Secretary. ;