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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDOt ALTA., TUESDAY, MAY Dtfly Herald Printed by the Daily Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful at iU office, Round St.. Lethbridge, Alberta, CauwU. W. A. BUCHANAN, Manafini Di- rector and Editor. Subscription ore year, delivered...... I4.0C tiz month, delivered, 2.00 Daily, three delivered.. 1.00 Dally, one month, delivered .36 j Daily, oue year, by mail 3.00 Daily, six by mail L75 Daily, three mouths, by mail .85 Weekly Herald, one year 1.50 Addresses changed as often as de- city can -economize on street sprink- ling. The Sons of England ought to have j known bi'ltiM- thnn to hold a picnic I so close to the waterworks. Wluitj else could they expect ihuu a souk- ing? Yesterday was one of the worst The football KA MUCKS match between the Mucleod Voving Men's Club t'.jid the kind of days for the sports but one Lothbridpo Hangers was played last of the best of the season for the night in a constant downpour of rain crops. C L Side The other day a Lelhbridgo farmer sent a greoii Englishman out to and on grounds covered with mud and water. Good play was impos- as it was hard to stand, harder ]'to run and hardest of all to turn or stop. The ball was wet and heavy .XJaud steadfastly refused to go in the direction indicated by the toe of the kicker's boot. To the goalkeepers gired; but both new and old addrees Plough, telling be given. to follow thy fur- the muddy pigskin was more slippery than a tfreasy pig, CONSERVATION OF FARM RE- SOURCES which accounts row, which was a mile long, to tho nie number of goals scor- fence before turning to plough back. MolvoVl.r, UK> rompelled noi.vssnrily lo renmin in one placi1 a givat tk'al of the time, j lie started oil toward the south. In! a short time a small hill shut oil the j view of the house he had left. At the conference of the Governors keiJt fojiywing what seemed held at the While House in Washing- interminable furrow. recently, J. J. Hill, the well- ed lht, for fence, h known railway magnate stated that n ,mitl al some distance on the other only one half of the farm area of ploughing. Heioicing in th. United States is improved. The to-'sjgilL Ol- u fellow man, he rushed to tal area of the United States proper lne femx.( shouted, includes approximately ui( i suy there. Have 1 cross acres. Of this expanse the boundary acres are reported as farm land by thought he hud got over in-.o the census of 1900. Thc number of fatms is reported as with Fearman's Hams AND got an uml tilteiu'd up with the cold wind raill whill, lhe exllvme muddi- As he approach ness of UlC K0jll made rapid saw 1 oul of Ulo rm.ge of possi- BACON Just Received Hie fatty Co. ltd. IbsWt and Ettiil u MILL MEN KILLED Victoria, B. C., May Thurston, an engineer in the employ of the Victoria Lumber Co., at their mill ut Chemuinus was killed and David Mucdonuld seriously if not fa- tally injured by the collapse of a beam in a mill while they were oiling some machinery about six o'clock this evening. R. J. McCORMICK NOMINATED j Toronto, May East Lamb- ton Liberals met at Watford and noin-! mated R. J. McCormick, ex-warder, of the county, for the legislature. A resolution of condolence to the rela-' lives of M. A. Smith, the late nominee was passed. I FAkMEtS art RANCHERS INSURE your Buildings against hoes by Prairie Fires also your Crops ag- ainst Damage by Hail P.O. Bbci PROFESSIONAL CARDS WILLIAM ANDERSON DEAD Ppterbnm, Out., May Anderson, rx M.L.A. for East Peter- boro, died after a long illness, aged 71. He was prominent in municipal and public life for 25 THINKS WELL OF SOUTH Of per the total cent. is farm acreage -19.4 classed as "im- proved." Somewhat less than two- thirds of the improved land is under The told little four year-old had b-en of Heaven and Hell. As he cultivation. Sir. ILiil stated a fact of great importance when he stat ed that this farm area "does not pro duco one-half of what it could be made to yield merely by ordinary care and industry intelligently ap- j plied." In other words, some- j people can double their wealth by the simple process of add- ing more intelligence to their present industry without materially increas- ing their physical activities. Mr. Hill also noted the decreasing watched the men digging the cellar for Mr. B----'s house, he asked, "Is' Heaven up pointing upwards.: "Ves." "And is Hell down puint- ing downwards. "Yes." "Well, is Mr. 13----- digging up in his Referee -John Craig lined the play- ers up as follows: Nutty: hacks, Man- Jowett; half-backs, Hodge, Forbes, Burke; forwards, Clarke, (Jreeusmith, Addison, St. Luke and Rands. Macdoruild; backs Ferris, Carr, half-backs, Scott, Chis- Smith; forwards, Fail-brother, Barber, White, Holberton, McMullen. At the commencement of the game, the- favored the home team, the play was very even. The Hangers' left wing got very busy, however, and drew first blood for the home team. In a few minutes Barber took a pa.ss from the centre and drove a clean shot through. Although the Y. 31. C.'s fought hard and had their i share of the play, they were very un- fortunate in their shooting and just before half time White scored another for the Hangers, the ball slipping through Nutty's hands. The vistors fought hard in the sec- This is a part of the same general tween Taber and Calgary which was1 ond hnU- soon return- question. Instead of increasing his'played Friday evening. A large nimi- etl Xutty's compliment by letting the j GET YOUR j SHOES AT I GERMAN'S TABERTALK (Calgary News.) Attorney-General Cross was in the ty today, returning from a trip irough the southern part of the pro- ince in connection with his depart- it. Mr. Cross was in ecstacies ver the agricultural conditions that xisted in every district which he lad visited and predicts a marvellous ield from present indications. He >clieves the southern harvest will be n full rush early in August and that lie result will eclipse .that of all for- ner vears. Taber, May interest was acreage yield due to soil exhaustion.'evinced in a basketball game be- crop and therefore his income, by an ber of spectators were present, intelligent improvement of methods the American farmer works harder The following composes the teams: teams: greasy pigskin slip from his grasp. The Hangers soon came back howev- er. McMulliTi, after a fine run up the field, passing to White, who did the each succeeding year and gets a small Calgary Taber er return for his labor. A third fact H. McSpadden capt. E. LCvauson capt'trick again. The next went to Mac- is the decreasing percentage of im-' LI. Lambert W. Mathews' leod by a fluko, the ball sliding the proved land. The census of 1890 showed 57.4 per cent, of total farm Clange H. YicKary (J. Edwards wrong way oil Chiswick and getting II. Evans j through.. The Rangers then made it area in the improved class and the {j. B. Clarke sub W. Yalgarston sub. by heading one in from cor-i census of showed -19.4 per cent. ;C. Uillus, umpire C. Russell, referee ner. To cinch the While there has been a considerable j relative shrinkage fn some of the Wes i tern States the decrease in the East- j ern States has been actual. Thus the; census of 1SSO showed game still more Ik-Mullen made a brilliant rush up the field, passed four of his opponents and scored on a, ground shot. Dur- Wetaskiwin played a game of base- ball today, Edmonton winning by a score of 9 to 5. London, May Burns the heavy-weight pugilist has had no reply from the cablegram he sent to Jack Curley of Chicago, four day ago accepting an otTer to fight Jac Johnson, the Colorado heavy weigh in Nevada on Labor Day for a purs of Burns to have o this, win or lose, or draw. Burn told the Associated Tress today tha he had accepted an increased offe from Australia to fight the Austra i lian boxer, Lang, at Sydney durin the visit of the American fleet. Bun 'says he will get win, los or draw in Australia and that h will start the end of .June. Residence acres of improved farm land in New i 27; Calgary 14. A few days ago we drew attention Drir. BURN WON ROAD RACE to the danger o, barbed wire _iencc5 reaminillg part of the game Edmonton, Alta, May 25.-Today on the nuun thorough.ares OL the .favor but a road race from-I-Mmonton to Fort town. bmcc then another accident _ resulted as follows: England while the census 01 1900 1 has occurred. Mr. B. W. Wright's they did not score until within a mm ute of time, when a slow grounder bttie five-year old boy got his eye _ showed acres, New: .beat Macdunuld, making the nnul _, i lacerated, the upper lid being pierced; lork makes a little bettor showing! .score <3 3 in lavor of the home team. -by the barbed wire. Surely it is not with a drop from acres in 1880 to acres in 1900. Pennsylvania has practically held its own with a little more than 000 acres, and New Jersey has done likewise with .about acres. The South shows a different condi- asking too much from the owners of these properties to substitute their fences with plain wire and obviate j i the chances of any serious accident) occurring. Jacob Schuter and wife from Li- i Big Medicine Man Tlouk exercised his magnetic influence over the braves of the (jros Ventre Indian reserve and Saskatchewan resulted 1st Art Burn, Calgary, time 2 hrs. 45 seconds; 2nd F. Frnscr, Chippe- wan, 2 hrs. 7 minutes, 55 seconds; 3rd W. T. Turner, Edmonton, 2 hrs. ten minutes, 3G seconds. The road was made heavy-by rains last night, making a poor time showing. tion. In that section there has North arrivctl Ln succeeded in bringing them into tho public eye. No one had ever heard of such a tribe before and probably Itcgina, DEFEATED CALGARY May defeated a large increase in the number of farmsand an increase of millions in the number of improved acres. In all i town. i Win. Albanv and Fred Hilmer, will again. But in the quiet Calgary 8 to I in a lacrosse match nHrrots of their reserve in the alkali [here today. iloutana thcy have lcarnecl Oreeon' xvho haVe in the game and learned it well. With SCRA_r AT CALGARY has been jo a gain oiO qaui; town and it is understood purchased painl full war path, Calgary ilay 23._Driver Miller o. Tnnrl in tVin t frit" _ ,.'__ _ _.. in the percen- tage of "improved" acres. Taken col- lectively the north central States show gain in number of farms, in to- tal acreage and in percentage of Im- proved land. In some the gain has been large, while in others, notably in Ohio and Illinois, the increase is inconsiderable. In most of them the grain from 1880 to 1390 exceeds the grain from 1890 to 1900. Between 1880 and 1890 there was an increase land in the district have left Lethbridge. and wifc. the Ior i regalia they swooped down upon the. Vancouver nnd Harry Lombard o i local players of the'Indian national Chicago will meet tomorrow night in known costume providers have ar- rived from Lethbridge. liev. Father Turbiaux, Medicine Hat, celebrated mass on Sunday mor- ning at the McMillan Hall and as usual large congregations attended both services. D. Jones returned to Ta-1 bcr yeslerday and was heartily greet-! of in the total value jcd llis friends and satis- of all farm property. The increase j faction is expressed at his recovery from 1890 to 1DOO was only S-l7500.-ifrom his recent illness- reverend The reported value of farm is still far from being well products shows an enormous increase ljul St is hoped that will or tribal game and nearly succeeded j Sherman's vaudctte theatre for a 15 in attaching their scalps to their j round bout. The winner will meet belts. As it was each side kept their i Lander for the Canadian Champion- own scalps although the painted i ship. lost a good deal of their j LAI'DER WON Victoria, B. C., May Lau dor of Calgary, was awarded the de- cision over Kid ITowell of Seattle in the twentieth round of the lie outpointed his opponent. paint. When Bob Ormand of Pincher Creek rang- his bell the earns lined up as follows: Gros Ventre: goal. White Porcu- pine; point, Brond-as-Long: cover point, One-long-leg; 1st defence, Big- Tall-Timber; 2nd defence, Fat-Fish- Pole: centre, Bald-headed-Eagle; 1st SEAGUAM WON Toronto. Mav thousand due in part to an increase in unit "e will make rapid improve-! IMay-With-Lightning; 2nd home saw J. E. Seagram's "Seismic" win part mcrtose m COIllhlctcd njn] and cv_ j Shoot-llig-Unns: Outside home. Dead- the King's Plate on Saturday in per- Sure-Shot; inside homo. Sing-Like' feet weather. The track had dried out nicely ami was designated as Morrow; fast. So well in fact did the course St. Theodore's lues'and in part to a much more haustivc system of tabulation. services at retarj- of Agriculture Wilson reports <-'hurch on Sunday. total value of products for 1907 as! Aftor lho Basketball match on Fri- If Mr. Hill is right, evening the captain of the Taber as he undoubtedly is, thc 1907 acre-1teiun iriVitcd a11 to al- age might be made to yield iend thc Usual ms that night with advantage rather than loss to the soil. Mr. Hill estimates thc population and time of the it. Calgary boys a good to sav there was a good attendance and dancing II Illiiilllli KM II III i Get a Swing on and buy a of the United States fifty years hence j was kopt up vvith spirit, one and all as "it least If cnJoying a most pleasant evening. Hill's warning is heeded and his sug- gestions followed there need no anxiety regarding the maintenance of such a number. By the utilization of unimproved land, hy the reclamation of arid land, by protection against loss of erosion, and by the increased acreage production which would re- sult ftom "ordinary care and indus- try intelligently the soil Of the United States can support a pop- ulation of ami yield a surplus for export. If there is no j change in the methods, if there is i continuance of the present waste and i neglect, the peasantry of America will be no better off thon are the pen-' sants of Europe today. Mr. Hill's conclusion that the con- servation of our farm resources is a matter of "commanding importance'' is too conservative. It is tv vital is- sue in the mind of the Xew York Sun CertAinSy what Mr. Hill says is wor- thy of serious consideration in Can- ada. for these Summer Evenings to come T THE EARTH WOBBLED OUR POINT OF VIEW Empire Bay was an cxccptionally fine the If this kind of weather keeps up the very little when our picture fraraer wont away. We arc doing better work then ever with less gas. The finishing touches to house-cleaning are "The Pictures." Our prices are always right. Crow. Lethbridge: goal, Dr. Stewart; cover point, look that thc owners only recorded 1st defence, Sinclair5; 2nd four scratches in all six races. Rick; centre, Robson; 1st. home, Rose 2nd h0mc. Henry; outside homo. Tra-i MA HATHOX RACE AT TORONTO ser; inside home, W. D. Stewart. j Toronto. May fifteen-mile The whites had the duskios buffalo- rnarathon race was won by Lawson ed for a while, the multitude of cur-i of the west end Y.M.C.A. Simpson ious eyes of white men gazing upon I a Peterborough Indian was second them evidently giving them a severe; and W. Goldsboro of the Central V. attack of stage fright. Before they M.C.A. third. Lawson's time was struck their gait, the whites had, 1 hr. 30 mins. and 24- sees, scored twice. Then they got busy i Sand showed how it was done. Sing-j NO JURISDICTION Like Crew put one past Morrow.j Fornie, May was They shortly evened up when Mcdi-; jrjv.vn today in the case against Wil- cine Man Houk got his ningic pipe'ijam Douglas, president, Charles Gar- goins. They they got another pastjrur. sf-cn-lary and William the little goalkeeper and started to! noti.se all of local union, for breach o sharpen their tomohnwks to release section 60 of thc Industrial Disputes !ihe scalps of the enemy. the whites, however, A score by Art. made their; Th loosen again as the bucks got anoth- er. The players began lo mix it up 10 court held that the objection scalps semi a little firmer, only to j taken by W. A. Mac'donald, K. C., o who appeared for the men that tin- court had no jurisdiction to in thc mml so that eftch side looked consider application, was uphel( KK dusky as thc other. In the melee i and thc application was dismissed. onrh side scored enough goals to haul j------------------------------------------------ up with nn even number, six each. When the spectators saw the rain- washed and mud-scrubbed Tmlians they saw the familiar facos respective j ly of'. Van Homo. Davjes. .1. II. Sfcew, nrt, B. Riplny, Shaw, A. Ripley, Mc- I m IliilllliliMMf II. McKny, Ritchie. McCuiro. EDMONTON" VTON" Edmonton, May and L. M. JOHNSTONE Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Lethbridge. Bank.! O-Iyrj Ladies' Tailored Garments made to Order and Measure lilts, flirts, Latest Stjlfs, Comwt Fitting, Best Material, and Exclusive ttoigns No Two Garments Alike, Unsnr- passrt WorimMnUp- Low Price: Easy Wwkly or Monthly If you to be stylishly and cor- rectly to JS "1 Alberta Realty Co Lethbridge Alberta W.S.GALBRAtTH, M.D.C.M. McGil! Physician. Surgfon Office 914 Redpath St. 'Phone M 9a.m., 2-3. 7-8 p.m. DRS. McCLURE STEWART, Bur- Dentists. Office Hours: 9n.in. to u.; 1 p.in to 5p.m. HAMILTON VOUNQ M.t and Surveyors Room Block. K.C., D.C.L., B. Morton Jones, B. C. L CONY8EARE JONES Iinrristers, Solicitors, Etc. Oifice: Conyhnarc Block. Alta. 22-lyr W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. Oflice: Southard Block. B. C. MOORE Funeral Director and Embatmtr to Presbyterian OYarch Oflice Phone 102. Residence 136. HANDFORD Balance Easy Buys one of the 'fiuest homes of Lethbridge. 3 lots with the property. H.J.H.Skeith Room 1 Whitney Block F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitney Block. 39-0 R. G. ADDISON Blairmore, Alta. FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EM- BALMER Office Phone Residence Phone 28 d.t.f. JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, Redpath Street Lethbridge, Alta. STRUCK IN HEAD BY CAR Vicoria, B. C., May a local tailor had his skull fractured while leaning out of a street car win- dow by a blow from a passing car. As the car was standing on a switch near Rock Bay, Jamieson put his head out of the window and a car moving-in the opposite direction, in passing, struck liiui. He was immed- iately conveyed to the Jubilee Hospi- tal and mav recover. Lethbridge Lodge (U.D.) A. F. A. M., G. R. A. 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 ol Foresters KILLED A RATTLESNAKE Tuber, May Taiuter killed a rattlesnake on the C. Y. 'Ranch the other day. It had several rattles, which are now on exhibition at Buck- nam Henderson's office. Style and Value Some men put correct style above everything else, when selecting Suits and Overcoats. Others demand wear. The Fit-Reform trade- mark is in the pocket of Fit- Reform garments to guar- antee that you will get both. This trademark is the all-important part of a Suit or Overcoat. It's the biggest "little thing" in Canada, because it stands for the best there is in tailoring. Look for it when you come for your new Suite. Lethbndfe No. 262 Meets in K of P. Hall last T h arstlay of month. Welcome J. F. ROGERS, O.K. A. F.S. lettbruty lera lo. HI Meets 1st and orcl M o 11 d ays in K. of P Hail at 8 o'clock. Visiting Brethren arc cordially invited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P. 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S Lcthbridgc Nest of Owls Lethbridge Nest oi Owls, No. 159, will meets the second Thursday of eacli month in K. of P. Hall. G. V. STORKKY, Secretaary C. 110SS TATE, President. M. PRIEST, Junior Past Prei. Lodge Prido oC Alberta, No. 29o. Sons of England Wit Moot in tin. of Tytliin- Hall ovvry liret niul tliini Tlmra-lsiy in tin- mont. at. 8 p.m. Visiting liMhruti wi-l rome. VVulter Frcil T. IloliiiiH, W. I'rrst.lKtit.. 57. McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbndfe. "Its not what we It's what the goods prove" The proof of the economy of Progress Brand Clothing is found in the clothes themselves. Progress Brand garments will wear longer, have more style, and keep their shape better than clothes costing to more. This label is your protection. Look for it LETHBRIDGE LODut NO. 36 C. B. P. O. E. Meets on thc second Tuesday" of each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. SHARMAN, M. I'RIEST. E- R. Secretary. Lodge No. 1- NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall cvevy and and fourth Mondays in lhc month. Employers requiring certificated en- gineers, and engineers out of employ- ment, would do well to communicate with us. KOBERT NEVIN, duel W. A. D1CKSON, Secretary. Sold and Guaranteed by McKELVIE McGUIRE 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. E. HUMPHRIES, Pros. MRS. CHAS. McCLENAGHAN, Secretary. ;