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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta lETHBRIOOt. XLTA., lATURDXV, MAY 21, 114.1 Daily Herald Side Printed by the Daily Herald Printing Co., Lid., every lawful evening at iU ottice, Round St.. Lethbridge, Albert Canada. One uioruiug recently u suburban resident looked over his fence and what tlie deuce are you burying iii t.'.vM he said, "1 am just replant- ABOUT., DAD'S COUNCIL 8 By fe Mayor's Sw W. A. BUCHANAN, Manning swds' that's a11-" and Editor. Subicription hens." Daily, one year, delivered...... j --Qh, that's all Daily> six mouth, delivered, 2.00 --The Daily, three mouthy delivered.. i.CW _____ Daily, one month, delivered .35 j Daily, oue year, by mail 3.00 HUMOROUS VJ2KDICTS OF COH- shouted the tirst man au- looks like ono of my the other are Daily, six mouthc, by mail 1.76 Daily, three months, by mail .85 Weekly Herald, one year 1.60 Addresses changed as often as de- OXEKS' JUiUES (Toronto Saturday Night.) There is humor in even so dead a tired; but both new aud old addresa thing as the mart be yive-ii. verdict of c coroner's .Dad and his council seem to have taken Dad's sou's advice on some matters judging from the legislation of the last meeting. I gavo Dad a heart to heart talk along the Hue oi giving the- new chief of police A fixe hand in choosing his men and full power in the control of tho force, and it was done. All the Aldermen seemed to have got the hunch that it was the correct thing to do. Then OUR RAILWAY ADVANCE Canada's population today is ab- jury. L'hief Coroner A. J. Johnson, Aid. Ivcs, Dad's right haad man, iv- of Toronto, is authority for tlie slo- j uiembered that Dad's dutiful son had ry of a verdict brought in on something to say about a cross- death of a trapper who broke his'ing for the .storekeepers on Dulled u neck by falling from a chair into a'St., and it will be done. Next, the out the same as the Liuted btat.es cupboard m his cabin lorty years ago council thought that they had not in 1805. Us railway mileage is ab- while !u search oi a midnight supper. dono rieht in tho fish-of-oae-aud-llesh out that of that country ui LSab, ac- uvuu fe IhL- verdict is still on tile in the legislation in connection cording to the New bun. I lie y fa i countv where it was licst recorded'with the earlv closing bylaw aim i near the town of Milton. 'Iho ver- took it back as far as they could by v diet read: telling the stationers to shut up at "This man came to his death o'clock. The druggists will still the visitation of Cod, with his head j be able to follow their own sweet in n upboard and his mouth full of' will, regardless of the wishes of the bread and apple sauce." 'clerks, the unions, or the council. A still more humorous though less' er Johnson, oi' an Hast Indian jury pate of railway construction in the Dominion may be shown by total mileage for different periods, thus: 1877 1S87 1897 1907 Kail way business has increased dur- ing the last ten years much mun> ra- pidly than has construction. Within that time there has been a of 70 per cent, in mileage. There has been an increase of 131 per cent, in men, during which freight tratuc, measured in number oi uetice was heard passengers earned nnd ui ireignt hauled. Capitalization a mile is and total capitalization in round figures is Pas- senger earnings for 11J07 were and freight earnings were a total of This Store will be Closed Monday the 25th The1 kitty Co. Ltd. ind Mill BfftT EVER GIVEN HERE OOALDALE CoaKIule, May Patuh- Tht Cvncsrt Under ing..received word last Friday-'oi, Young Men1. Club j the serious of his sistor, Sarah i Patching of Pusadeua. Calif., aud he "The best concert evvr given in the icft uL onw, but ho wfls to iU.. ...v ubCu beiore she auxi. by every- puo of lurge crowd that t Liiijc> was at lhc time> attended the Louise Brehany concert ure now on thclr way with the body WJ.GALBRAiTH, ftl.D.C.U. Physician, fturfoon McGiii Office 914 Hedpitb Bt. 'Phone S3 iiis daughter, j I a.m.. 7-8 p.m last night Church. That party is the greatest that has ever was acknowledged by all ami many were the words of commendation and praise for the Young Men's Club for their enterprise for Bottineau, N.D., where the funer- al will take place. Mr. J. L. Schrumm is going to build on the place he purchased east of here. He is now building a barn authenticated rase is cited oy Corun- The greater Lethbridge problem will of fatalists, who sage deliberation death oi one of their fellow towns- time much evi- 'soon be to the fore in municipal po- somewiuit terse verdict: "liii time had come." Operating expenses were C72. Within the next five years enough lmvc distinguished themselves in ma- after three days'! inks. The people of StafTordviHe on the cause of: have expressed a desire to join heart and hand with ourselves. Will the union, be a proper one from both finally returned the standpoints is the question for both to decide? Dad's main consideration is not for Stafford but for this city Were I sentimental I would wax poe- THt: FIRST UESLEVAX PEER i lical on lhe boauty of the Uukmg.of It seems a strange thing that fortunes of Miss StafTordviHe and Mr though Methodism has for so many Lothbridge. But Dad and 1 are not built that way. The beauty of the thing don't cut much ice with us. I GET YOUR I I I AT GERMAN'S J -'oars nas been such a spiritual pow- er in Croat Britain, and her sons Were we sarcastically inclined with a new rails will be laid to give Can a- uluyreiu ways, yet Sir Henry l-'ow i predisposition to blow of our great- da a system of more than ler is lhe ilethodist who would rejoice in. the increase miles in total length. ever created a Peer of the Realm of population that would result -----------------------w There are many Anglican Lords, and i what is the use of getting bigger A GOOD STROKE OF BUSINESS are many Koman Catholic I when one has not got the price to Peers, yet so far Methodism has had buy bigger clothes? This matter is a Spruce Grove, no representative in the Upper House.'cash proposition as far as we are Of Interest to Women In an address at government had carried out its pre i Christian that she election promises. hy preference to carry the gos- coat .would not be very much. But RECIPES German Rabit Stew Soak two rabbits over night in vin- egar. In the morning drain and set to boil with one quart uf vinegar to eaves, The additional cost of an extra blue-1 teaspoon salt, pinch p. pprr and a few Hon. C. W. Cross, Attorney General Probably uiie reason for this may lie concerned. The people of the would- oi Alberta quoted the proud boast oi jn the fact, 01 which Methodism is he suburb say that they want the wa .i............ 1'remier Whitney of Ontario that his rather than ashamed, (says the terworks and the police protection. two" 'partToV in securing such a musical treat for the people of Lcthbridge. The hearty response of the people was shown in the receipt of over three hundred and twenty-iivi dollars which leaves a comfortable margin of profit for tlie promoters. As for tlie concert, it is hard to find words to adequately express the pleas-j ure enjoyed from the beginning- to tlie end. All of the performers are artists of tin- highest type. Louise Brehany, the singer uf the party, possesses soim-thing abnormal in range uf voice, comprising three full octaves, ami it is doubtful if there is another human being known to be endowed with such a wonderful vocal organ. Her rendering of "Somebody that I know and you know in three dis- tinct voic.'.s with such perfect ease proved this clearly to every hearer. The rare combination of a perfect tone production and so clear an enuncia- tion that not a word was missed, puts iier in the first rank of singers. In every way she is without doubt the greatest soloist this city has heard. Maximilian Dick, the violinist, en- raptured hiB audience by his brilliant and intricate execution, demonstrat- ing to them the wondrous powers of his instrument when in the hands of such a master. Edith Adam's playing on the violin- cello was a delight. Much astonish- ment was expressed that a woman should have so complete a mastery of this instrument. No member of the party was more popularly r ct'ived than Alice Mc- Clung, the clever young pianist, whose rendering of Liszt's Raphsodie No. 12 enthused the audience and was one of the features of the entertain- ment. Those artists form a quartette o? and will commence a house soon, INSURANCE Fire Life Accident Employers Liability DM. McCLURE It STEWART, Bur 9 H rn tr 1 p.m. to ty.m-.. G.C McDonald Room 6 Whitney Block OR. C. C. CRAOQ Phycician and Office overHieiubothMn'i Store Offlce 125; Houw W. Office to- 11 a.m., to p.m., 7 to 8 pm DR. O. J. COURTICE DtntUt Giaduate of Northwestfirn Uuiver- sity, Chicago, 111. I Oflice to 12; 1- io 5. Block Rcdpath HAMILTON YOUNG Enf'nurt and Room Block. K.C., O.C.L., Morton JoflMj B. C. L CONYBEARE JONES iiarristers. Solicitors, Etc. Oiliw. Conybeare Blook. Ltthbridft, Alia. JfiMyr First-class lands near Let h bridge for per acre. J. T. McKINNEY Room 1 Whitney Block W. C. SIMMONS AJvocato, BarriftUr, Etc. Oflice: Soupiard Bloc-k. B. C. Director and Embalmor to Presbyteriau CJfiurch Office Phone 103. Rcskieiice 138. F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitney Black, t-ominon prople, and her i the laying Of water mains to the nor- whole pepper .kernt Boil for one and one-half hours. In the meantime Jt was the duty of a government to pel iu the do more than this, argued the Attor- ranks have been largely recruited'them village would be a different ney-CJeneral. The Kutherford govern- from the middle classes and the poor. There is no necessity, how-! cup of water ami then stir up to a ment had carried out every principle her SOns huvc reccally been cver, that even the waterworks ex-j paste with a teaspoon of flour. Take laid down at the Calgary convention forging their way to the front poli- tension should cost the city a whalo j the rabbit out, put in piatter and stir in But they had done more, tically. Mr. Walter Itunciman. who1 of a lot. The new suburb would i lhe flour and ging'ersnap paste in the to form gravy. Four over the ,______ Serve with potato dump- meat. Mr. Cross pointed out that ucation, is a member of the Metho-' years to pay for the first cost. AH Hugs Ontario, with nearly 10.000 miles of dist Church, and there are now forty-j the city would d.. would be to give railway received only He, three or forty-four Methodist mem-! them thc financial backing. The _ nvrtuj. .ui. Miuu'r uuncmian, wno 01 a lot. l ne new suuuru the notii They taxed the railways to bear their has recently entered tho Cabinet and doubtless he willing to submit to an I juice to share in the expenses of the govern- accepted the post of Minister of Ed- extra tax spread over a number of j rabbits. singular strength, capable of render- ing the higlu-st forms of music in such a style us to appeal to their hearers which fact was unmistakably evi- denced by the hearty manner in which everv number was encored. explained how the C. I'. Railway es- bers of Parliament. This is quite a taped taxation at their hands change from 1380, when Lhe number Probably by and by a large To Can Peel the tomatoes cart-fully, pul frontage tax in the new ward would (over fire and let the fruit come to a pay for the upkeep of the system I boil. Season to taste, can immediately But there is another matter1, while scalding hot, putting in a piece to be considered and that is, how ,long is the town go'ng to last. With oi butter large rnough to form a cover over the top of tlie iruit one- through clause of the C.T.R. ag- was only seven. reemcnt of 18SO, and the attempt of even the Lords will show the government of Alberta to carry'sprinkling of Methodists. an appeal to the Privy Council to----------------------- jthe sinkinK of lhe new No. 5 shaft eighth oi an inoh thicks. This must get a final judgment on this matter. RICHEST SQUARE MILE come the iuea that there will be put on top of the fruit after can is Though the C.I'.R. lands were exempt 1 sooner or later be a pass-up of No. filled while hot. This cloub'e seals Worth If the old shaft will lust until the fruit and prevents it from for twenty years, and also the main City of London is line of the railway, discovered that the his department exemption did that great open space between tho i meiiting. When the tomatoes become city and Stadordvilie is built up, ev- cold tlie butter forms on top. It can not extend to branch lines. As a re- b'tulon. May 23.-Mr. W. Wagstaffe 'crything will be O. K. But if the j be used with tlie tomatoes when the result the C.IMl. was contributing I who has bo-n a memb-r of the City (miners all move off to the new shaft j can is opened. a year to the province. Mr. Guardians for forty-three years, and! and desert their present domiciles, Bavarian Potato Dumplings Haultain had held office for eleven who was ent.-rtained to dinner recent-1 where will our water pipes come in? Parboil potatoes in jackets, let get years. Yearly he went to Ottawa ly at the Waldorf Hofl and presented', It- would be a fine thing to have tho j cold, then grate. Peel half a peck of begging increased subsidies, yet over- address, and a piece of increased by the addition of a i raw potatoes, drain, grate and squeeze looked the prolific source of revenue at his own door. OUR POINT OF VIEW Have a good time Monday. as Chairman of the Assessment Com- mittee, made a n-mnrkab'e statement thousand people and I think it could i through a muslin cloth, handful at possibly be done without very much a time, to get them dry. Mix the FARMERS and RANCHERS INSURE your against Loss by Prairie' Fires also your Crops ag- ainst Damage b'y Hail r P.O. Biack FW2W R- G. ADDiSON Blairmore, Alta. FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EM BALMER Oflice Phone Phone 26 dct.f. JAS. A. HAACDONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, Rcdpmth Street Lethbridfe, Alta. corporate! with the City Guardians Monday is Empire Day. Canada is and though they had only now an Empire, vaster in possibili- jurisdiction over an area covered by ties than any other on the face of oru- square mile, the annual rateable the earth. value had risen from until j it stood today at about the City's wealth. jcost to the city. But if it is not raw and boiled potatoes and a hand- He said that though the East Lon-j going to be a sticker for a long time. fui of salt and make in balls the don and West London Union was in-! it would be a useless expenditure of; size of the fist; in the centre of each The twenty-fourth of May will of or a capitalzed er lose its association with the' value r.f 140 milions. Queen's birthday. The Queen, good matt.-r of fact, the capitalized ami gracious woman that .she property in the City today is dead, but she will ever revered milions sterling, and he ven- money for both parties. put a piece of toast or dry bread an inch square. Drop the dumplings in It is up to the people to back up: boiling salted water and boil slowly Dad and his council in his efforts an hour. Irish Stew Chop mutton or beetsUak fine, add make the city better and more citi- m" fied by supporting the bylaws that they are submitting to them for ap- r'ivv Potatoes sliced thin, two onions, proval on the 8th of next month. If W carrots, with pepper and any one has got a sore spot on his salt. Cover in the stewpan with water >ersoii because Dad did not .put a :tntl slnwlv tender. her millions of subjects. Take in the sports or, Monday and give the local organizations a boost. tur. (i TO say that no other area in the world could claim such a record. It makes one feel proud to be a ci- tizen of this country ho the grain fields of this district. promise of the harvest is rich and May 1908 ought to be the banner year in agricultural history of the Lethbridge district. For Victoria Day the Canadian Pa- cific Railway Company announce a rate of fare and one-third for the viensj round trip. Tickets on sale May 22nd rhefto May 25th inclusive, final return 134-6 Wall Street being against him, j Roosevelt has directed thf coinage to j say "In God We Trust." The city council is to be commend- i ed for the promotion priu t'iple in tlie nppountniont of rivic of- ncials. It is an incentive to good work. I why the should not return to Canada Jo visit us is not plain. There is not, one who would not welcomed should he come. Perhaps it is time tho old j precedent was overruled. Jn 1903 there were only 127 bridcf- i os croc ted in thc whole of thc Tcrri- tories. Last year 25S new bridges' wore built in lhc province of AJberta i alone. In 1904 only was spent for roads in tho whole North- west as against in Alberta j last year. These figures tell some-i thing of tho rapid growth of Alberta; and incidentally of thc close atton i tion the Minister of Public Works paying to the needs of this pro- vince. I I U i M iii Decorate Your Home and Place of Business FLAGS Large and Small for Victoria Day ORDER THEM NOW THE EARTH WOBBLED i very little when our picture i framor wont away. We are doing better work then ever with less gas. Thc finishing touches to house-cleaning are "The Pictures." Our prices are always right. crossing just where he wanted it or Cracks in Floors because there has not been a sewer Tin-re three methods of filling placed where he thought it should cracks in First, dissolve one have gone to suit his own particular pomul of glue in two gallons of wa- needa or if he hns any petty gricv- lf'r- Stir into this enough fine saw- ance for any reason whatever. hc should sink it all in a vote for thi- general welfare of the whole city. Get out and hustle for the bylaws. dust to make a thick paste, and the cracks with it. The paste may be colored to match the wood. 3 cond, fill tlie cracks with putty. CANADA Hail to the Great Dominion, "Her flag in splendor flies Upon the wind's wild pinion 'Neath blue Canadian skies; And when the breezes bear it Aloft on tower or flood, It wakes our kingly spirit, It stirs our Yiking blood. The Fathers ol our nation Have buikled sure and strong On broad and deep foundations Of valor, truth and song; They came while yet 'twas morning, They throned the true and best Ami bonds and barriers scorning, They dared the dauntless West. Our might shall melt the mountains Our commerce gird the seas, Our forests, fields and fountains Give music to the breeze. Here Scotland's purple thistle With England's rose shall stand. The fiuer-de lis shall listen To the harp of Ireland. Never may blight of battle Or thundering steel-girt host, Sword clang or war drum's rattle Disturb our peaceful coast. The bulwarks of our own land God and the right nhall be Our Canada the homeland Of power and liberty. Build then a flaming altar And with its sacred fire Of love and praise exalt her, The Land of our Desire. Oh happy Oh destiny sublime, To be a righteous nation, The standard for all time. D. Watson. 10 Euclid Ave., Toronto. Alberta Realty Co Lethbridfe Alberta Lethbridge Lodgt (U.D.) A. F. A. ,iyL, 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.MESSEIL G.V.STORKEY; W. M. P. O. Box 537: CaaaduB Order rf Foresters Curt Lttttrife to. 262 Meets in K. of P. Hall last Thursday of mouth. Visiting Brethren Welcome J. F. ROGERS, C.R, A. NEIDIG, F.S. Balance Easy Buys one of the finest homes of Lethbriclge. 3 lots with the properly. H. J. H. Skeith Room 1 Whitney Block Meets. 1st: and iJrd Mondays inK.of P Hall-at; 8 Visiting brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DAVIES, WP. 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S We will never he a city worthy of can makc- the Putty mixing name until they arc passed. We must whiting and linseed oil together and have the streets graded and no one it until the paste 53 smooth. is so blind a-s to deny that need Tb> alsft be colored to more and better sidewalks. The citv i match the wood. has got a progressive council they should helped along. III Mill IIIMIMtltlff EARL GREY AT TORONTO Toronto, Ont., May ex-j cdlf-ncies accompanied by Lady Sybil j Grry arrived by special train i this morning and have taken up their residence at Llawahden, the home of ar.ri; soak finely shreddt d paper j in water and boil until it is soft pulp, i and to every two gallons add one pound of glue. The cracks must be filled solid and oven with tho hoards. P.O. bi 38 PW299 TABER TALK George St. This afternoon his Kx- Vickerville, Michigan, arrived lost cellency acompanied by Col. Hanbury j night on the Spokane Flyer on a vi- Williams vidited the fort and to his cousin A. A. Fowler, who spread the school and reccntlv arMUirCd SOme land in ed tho decoration of the monuments i this district. Mr. Clock WOP so well in Queen's Park. Tonight Earl Grey; with the Innd nnd the pros- will attend the school children's Of tho country that ho intends crrt in Massoy Hall. Tomorrow their; rlrivin? out tomorrow for the purpose Kwlloncu'8 will be driven in state! of mrxkjng R selection, after which he to horse races and in the evening! to his home to look after his be the guests of Lieut. Governor Clark at dinner. crop, wind up his affairs, and locate ihere. He is only one of many in thc last few weeks who have taken William Head Company ltd DUFFERIN STREET, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Nt fcr We solicit your Repair Work and aim to satisfy ICE CREAM Sift ftririu Frail G. W. H. REED Successors to Had ley-Roberts Co. Phorx 211 Empire Day was fittingly celebrat- ed this (Friday) afternoon the Ta- bcr Schools. The senior classes met at 2.30 p. m. in the principal's room nnd listened to nn Instructive pro- TO JOIN G. T. P. SERVICE j gramme of speeches and songs. Am- j mmi neru. j ong those present who generously con Ottawa. Ont., May 22.-G. Mr. J. .T. Walton starts tomorrow tribulwl wcrc. Mcssrs. Lay ton.' Qui- npjnw-r on the TraiiseontiiiCTiUljio break up ono hundred and twenty- flnd winR of thc sohopl nnd Mr. Clamprtt, Mr. Owens. Mr. Primrose, Hishop Van Orrnan, and Rev. Mr. Munro. railway in New Bunswtck, will, it acres of land, will rtono said, enter th, service of the Grand! with one of the gasoline engines and Trunk Pacific. I seven-furrow plows working here. E. T. MCGREGOR REAL ESTATE BROKER for Farm and City Insurance, Catkctwnft, Rent- als and Canveyancmff. List yawr property with rm. Call it P. O. Block or Box 317, LeMibridfi, Alta. LethbrkJje Nest of Owls Lethbridge Neat oJ Owls, No. 159, will meets the second Thursday of each, month in K. of P. Hall. G. V. STORKEY, SecreUarj. C. ROSS TATE, y. PRIEST, Junior Paat Lodge-Pride of Alberta, No. ta gf-Eqbrt laent Sntt) in UK KnimLiji of Tjthio- Hall r> and thirU Thunniay in tkr niont.. at 8 p.m. Visiting hrvthrvn W. T. Bor 57. NORTH-WCST ASSQCIAT1OM OF STATIONARY EltGINCERt in the Labor Hall aec nnd and fourth Mondays in month. Employers requiring Mi- gingers, and out of employ- ment, would do well lo with na. ROBERT NEVIN, Chfel W. A. DIOKSON, Secretary. LETHBAIOGC i.OtAaK. NO. C. B. P. O; E. Meeta on the second-Tuesday of each at 8.15 P.M. E. A. SHARilAN, M. E- R- Secretary. Meet in Methodist Church every third Friday- in the month at 3.30 p.-rr.. Visitors always welcome. MRS. A. E HUMPHRIES, Prei. MRS. CHAS. McCLENAGHAN, Sd-Q Secretary. ;