Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHBRI DOl, THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1101. Dtfly Herald DIVISION OF LABOR One said Secretary Tal't to Coleman C'oleinnn, May loft ,t few d Robert u n some newspaper men not long ngo. Printed by the Daily Herald Printing t Co.. Ltd., every lawful evening at I "toe nnuisiers wan UK! to cross the Vtlllov iU office, Round St.. Lethbridge, !Mississippi river to attend u revival ilbertA, 'at a place which boasted of no regu- W. A. BUCHANAN, Manafing foiry. Brother gyles ami Brother 10 join his iamii.N on his friut iium in the Burton district of H. C. T rector Beamish were line specimens of hum- This is in the celebrated Arrow Lake where the huui said to be exceptionally well suited to fruit raising. are very sorry to learn that the least two hundred pounds j.; popular rector of I lie English Church their companion was on ,u.couilt lias been fore- of failing health to vacation. For Fearman's Hams Subscription Ratit Daily, one year, delivered...... 14.00 Daily, aix uionth, delivered, 2.00 of a man weighing scarcely oncjtakc an extended Daily, three mouths, delivered.. 1.00 'hundred and twenty-five, They got a'sonic years he has boon troubled with Daily; one month, delivered .J51boatman to take thejn over but uml thl, mountain a bin'otv thunderstorm [atmosphere would giw him relief. Daily', three mouths, by mail .85 eume up and the waves threatened to 'hopes were for a short "tVeekiy Herald, oue year 1.60'capsize the boat. but during the past six months changed often as de- j .urolhoi. shouted Hrother :his him whh re- hut AIM jHeamish, '1 think we hail better join doubled force. He fimls it practically i'l prayer.' I impossible to atteml to his duties THE INCONSISTENT MR. FOSTER i 'Do yoll> shouted the doctors a complete i boatman. L say you of air anil absolute for Hon. Geo. K. Foster knows not You two big ones come hero and lend SOI11L, months. lie eNpects to RO to the meaning of consistency. !1 hand at tin- let the skin- ujs Brother in 1'onoka. He parades in the House of Com- "V fellow pray.' "-Saturday Kvening ]k. wjn as ,ll? friend of civil service re- 1'ost. was ,U1 uctivo tjlt. Mas0nic the Oddfellows, the Knights AND BACON CHINKS WERE ALL Had Been Smuggled into U. ft. from Mexico in a- Box mons us a form. He wants the system based on merit alone. Examinations must be passed before a person can take a government position, is his line of argument. That is the way G'eo. E. Foster talks, but how does he act? In Ontario there is a general elec- tion in progress ut present. The U) u. Conservative party has been in power j Lodge, 'of 1'ythias, as well us secretary-trea- Of; surer of the School Hoard. Xew j }lr. John V. Price is spending a few days in Kdmontori on business, we Mr. Jim is in Calgary this n'omen, long ago, were it not that, week hrs claims to the tit- woim'ii are concerned, men are' le he has defemled against all comers KXTltAVACJAXT WOMAN Mrs. Belle De Kivcra, jiresident the Kqual Suffrage league of said, at a lecent dinner: "We'd have Jiad th. Just Received I W The Bentley Co, Ltd: tfyesiie anrf iiettit PfeHf ii UTRIUKE New York, May order! from Commissioner Surgount, U. S. ngents of the immigration bureau are investigating tlu> report that twelve CSsiiiumon who were' into this country over the Mexican border nailed tightly in boxes and shipped from El Paso, Texas, to New York, were dead when they reached this city. Humors concerning the deatii of" the Chinese wore circulated at Kl Paso, where Fung Wing, the inter- preter heard a story that a telegram had been received there from a New York Chinaman stating that the twelve boxes containing the Chinese had been received, but that they wore dead. When this information reach- ed Sergeant lie put i Charles 1'abcock, a secret service, oflicei and Harry R. Sisson, the in- sp.ctor in charge of the Chinese de- partment of the bureau of imigra- ti'iu in New Yock, at work on the although the commissioner did not regard the story as true. a litllo imf.lir> n liule several years past. is a withtor> is vjsitiug her 3 there for four years. Civil service reform has never been mentioned. The oW Hinim Of' Buchanan, of the manager of thL, only system of reform adopted in [lis 1K, IUT a cash Tovvnships Bank. that province has been to Are Liberal woulll it ev.j M is office holders and appoint Conserva- -mi .1 1 LO nignt, gunMing ana gt umblmg, i in the possession of n. fine tlves to the vacancies. like this: 'young son and heir, presented to Mr. Foster is supporting the Con- -Look Hannah-mustard him u uoe, auo by Mrs. Buchanan. servative party in Ontario. lie is fifiv I t- i i .1 J piaster, tniee teetii On I-ritfay evening the Oddiellows even "franking" letters containing an traclodj uvo dolhu.s. Thore.s uvo lhenusehes in an al home in appeal urging voters to support Con--Jollurs fifty hl one day beautiful new half. 'The rooms servative candidates. for yom. OW1V pieasure.' ,.vere very tastefully decorated for the Now if ilr. Foster was consistent ri_ uo jou think J m made ol occasion with an abundance of bunt- he would get into the battle in On- i a btar. mg and no end 01 flowers in pots tario to fight for civil service reform i n to j land wild uowers from the hill side, there, where it is more urgently re- T u i- i Lady Mary Glyn, the ot the Only the immediate lamilies and a a. l Bishop of Peterborough, was a daviiriends of the members were admitted The Conservative party in power in i ,i or so ago sitting m Peterborough In- but these on account 01 the verv Ontario for four years has abused ihe'finnaiy u maid ser.! membership of the lodge quite civil service and dismissed a ,uvn lnki.n frQm miod lhe Dur- percentage of Liberal officials than [ialace sufiering iroin burns. At a the evening a rich and varied the Liberal government at Ottawa b neighboring bed an evangelist was rendered by local talent has done in the twelve years it has fipt.akjnp paliem_ including a solo by Mrs. Watson, ecu in Power. I j for tjie mother, j "Jessie's u solo by IIr. Chal -he her with n handful of "llockeil in the Cradle of the OUR POINT Of VIEW i tracts and the words. "Are you sav- and solos by Messrs. Leyshorn ied, madame; are von sure you're sav- Hayshom, French, and Mrs Smith Civil service reform is a verv fine i As "early as a bishoj) s wilei41 by M.i.sses Hilling and Easton, thing for thy Liberals to adopt but l'an expect to be, was Lady Mary s recitations by Mr. Smith and Mr. SHOES FARMEIS and RANCtttIS INSURE your Buildings- against Loss by Prairie Fires also your Crops ag- ainst Damage by Hail P.O. BUd fUt2M PROFESSIONAL CARDS M.D.C M. McQili PhycicUn, Surgeon Accouchtr Kedpath St, .Si 9a.m., 8-9. 7-8 p.in HEARST GAIJ4ED 13 VOTES j GET YOUR j I I GERMAN'S AT New York, May net gain of thirteen votes for Win. R .Hearst was shown in an oflicial count of the bal- lots in the first box opened in the Supreme court today in the proceed- igs brought by Attorney General ackson for a of all the bal- ots cast in the mayorality election 1905. There were 1940 ballot box- s used in the 1905 election and it s likely that all of them will be opcn- d and .the ballots recounted. HOUSE TWO MORE ELECTED Baltimore, May Dr. Wil- liam A. Quayle, pastor of St. James church, Chicago, and Rev. Dr. Charles W. Smith, editor of the Pittsburg Christian Advocate, were chosen bish- ops on the tenth and twelfth ballots respectively, in the Methodist Episco- pal general conference today. The thirteenth ballot was taken and the result is said to have b ru no elec tion. Geo. E. Foster would never think Of caobc. applying it to the Conservatives. __________ Geo. E. Foster is worse than a Chinook. He never ceases blowing. Having abolished the title of I IMMIGRATION FALLS OFF I j Owing to the Restrictive Regulations 1 of the Department at Ottawa D. C. Ho-ssack is now going! to "Abolish the Bar." i i PROFESSOR OF POLITICAL ECONOMY Montreal, May St'phei Lencock has been appointed professo nf Political Economy at McGill Un versity a.s successor to Prof. Flux wh lately resigned. Alberta Realty Co Alberta McCLURE STEWART, Sur- Houn-. 9 H.in. to in.; i p.in to 5p.m. HAMILTON YOUNG and K.C., O.C.L., 8. B. C. L PONYBEARE jb JONES Soliciiora, Oifiee: Conybeare Block. AIU. U-lyc W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, BarrUtar, Etc. OHice: Southard Block. First-class lands near Lethbridge for per aure. J. T. McKINNEY Room 1 Whitney Block MOORE Funiral Director and Embalmor to PreHbyteriau 3'iurch OlKce Phone 102. Residence 136. Balance Easy Buys one of the finest homes of Lethbridge. 3 lots the property. H. J. H. Skeith Room 1 Whitney Block F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitney Block. R. G. ADD I SON Blairmore, FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EM- BALMER Office.Phone Phone 28 d.U. E. T. MCGREGOR REAL ESTATE BROKER Agent for Farm and City Property- Loans, Insurance, Collections, Rent- als and Conveyancing. List your property with me. Call at P. O. Block or Address Box 387, Lethbridge, AIU. D. C. Hossack, Liberal candidate; declined by 37 per cent, during the in North Toronto, was first a four months of this year as com then a preacher, and now he is a pared with the same period of 1907. politician. The present members of Tne decrease is due to the restrictive legal profession no doubt consider he regulations now being enforced by is dropping lower in the scale all tho-lrie immigration department with a time. i view to preventing the congestion of the labor market here and the arrival Alex. Morrison, violin solo by Mr. McMillan, and short addresses by- Messrs. Porter. Lisney, M. Morrison, and Mclntyre. After the programme refreshments were served at small tables nicely arranged about the room. Many with children left short- T ]y after this and the room bcinij May .u _ ;cleared those who remained enjoyed themselves til! the "wee sma' hours tripping the light fantastic toe. One and all who were present pro- nounced it as the most enjoyable event of its kind that has been held in Coleman for many months. JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT, Southard Block, Redpath Street Let h bridge, Alta. Lethbridge Lodge (U.D.) A. F. A. M., G. R. A. Regular meeting night, the third Thursday of each 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. O. Box 537. Canadian Order ot Foresters W Ottawa, Ont., tion to Canada via ocean ports has Leader Borden is starting of! on another grand tour. If it does him as much good as his western trip he had better cut it short. oi any undesirables. Owing to the temporary decline in the demand for labor in Canada, du- ,ring the winter months, notices j sent to all immigration and booking Col. Sam Hughes is ever a fighter, agents that the demand for labor in If he cannot find a pretext to his enemies, he will fight his friends. The papers of an Ontario town of about seven thousand people blow about its growth basing their toot- ing upon the fact that during trie year the population increased by three hundred people and the assessment by fifty thousand dollars. Any little Western town can boast of more than this. Canada was resCrkted and that the only pei-sons who should be allowed to start for Canada were those who intended to enter agricultural pur- suits, and that these people, if they STRANGE WORLD OF OUR HEIRS Anthracite Gone, Soil Wasted, Eiec tricity the Savior N.-w York, May Charles Proteus Steinmetz, professor of elec trical engineering at Union College Schenectady, and consulting t-ngin et-rs of the General Electric Com pany predicts that young men were not possessed of sufficient mon-j living will see the exhaustion of ou cy to support themselves a time supply of anthracite. The natura A GOOD MEASURE would d0 well to defer their depar- ture till the spring. This informa- tion was circulated throughout (Jreat Britain and on the continent, and the result has been a large falling- ofT in the arrivals at Canadian ocean ports. Some of the transportation coni- course then will be to rely upon ou deposits of soft coal for protectio against freezing, but the Governmen in Dr. Steinmeiz's opinion, will b obliged to prohibit this or the a we breathe will become permeated witli poisonous gases. The hope of Hudson's Bay Coy. WHITE BARGAINS Nt.262 Meets in K. of P. Hall last Thursday of month. Visiting Brethren Welcome J. F. ROGERS, C.R. A. N-EID1G, F.S. panics have- Kojkinj; to evade the the future for life, as Dr. Steinmotz Provides for Care of Neglected ar.d Dependent Children in Saskatchewan Regina, Sa.sk., May W.R. Mothenvell, moved the second read- ing of the bill to provide for the pro- jncw restrictions, and in the rase of people whom they feared would not able to pass the strict Canadian Inspection at the ocean ports they have hern sending them to Canada via New York and other American ports where they would he able to tection of neglected and depcndc-nt children. The bill provided for the or- ganization of children aid societies, and the appointment of directors and superintendents. Any police officer pet them admitted. DROWNED AT WALKERTON Wnlkerton, Ont.T May young unmarried man nanv d Casidv. was or constable can make an arrest with- out a warrant and bring the child be- fore a magistrate if it was in crim- inal surroundings. There is no provision for govern- ment assistance. Mr. Haultain said the bill did not go far enough. The j government was acting like the priest and the Levite in leaving the matter to voluntary organization. To .get raw material of the criminal class! when they were young the most es-j sential institution for the prevention j of crime was lacking. Mr. Mother- well pointed out that a provision was made, for the sending of children to the industrial school of refuge. Mr. Haultain said there was no provision for the establishment of reformator- ies and pressed on the government the necessity of dealing with the mat- ter in a more effective way. The bill was given a second reading. drowned here while swimming. i ii ii ill ii in i i i in ti HUDSON'S BAY ROAD Ottawa, May is that the government will make anounce- ment of its intentions regarding the building of a railway to Hudson's Bay. Mr. MOrrier of the survey branch of the interior department leaves in a few days to undertake the work of surveying the townsite oi Ft. Churchill, Get a Swing on and buy a for these Summer Evenings to come THE EARTH WOBBLED very little when our picture framer went away. We are doing better work then ever with less gas. The finishing touches to house-denning nre "The Pictures." Our prices are always right. TK KIKE mm illtmilliMtilMIM? it, lies in electricity. United States that is to come will bo a country entirely devoid of its present river scenery. The rivers of the future will be nuTfly a succes- sion of sluggish lakes, with dectric- al power stations in between. All the little streams will have to be utilized and their combined strength converg- ed into the great bodies otuvatpr thnt are to supply the heat, light and power of the future. But f-ven the husbanding of all our wator power won't be sufficient. Then must bf economy along other linc-s The onorgy of the sun itself must b, trapped and saved. Our buiidinp methods will have to undergo a change. Provision will have to be made for-the utilization of the sun's rays in tho heating of our (or some- body rise's) houses. Dr. Steinmotz also sees in his mind's oyo the city of the Oxrilrelion of office buildings, factor- ies and bachelor apartments. All tlv married men with their families will be removed to the country. .The development of elec- tricity is already bringing thisj change about. j Dr. Steinmetz took this look into! the future in a lecture yesterday af-l ternoon at the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 33 West Thirty- ninth street. The lecture was given for tiie New York electrical trad.s school, and most of the audience were students from that institution. Dr. Steinmetz's subject was "The Future of Electricity." FOR FRIDAY SHOPPERS Women's Lawn Waists Muslin Underskirts A lovoly assortment, made of fine lawn and mull, embroidered front, trimmed with val lace and insertion, tucked, sizes 32 to 42 Worth Friday's Sale Price insertion, tucseti, Splendid White Cambric Skirts, deep lawn flounce, finished with torchon lace and tacked Our regular Skirt Friday................., 211011 lace MeeU 1st and 3rd M o n d ays in K. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P. 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S Lethbridge Nest of Owls Lethbridge Nest ol Owls. No. 159, will meets the second Thursday of each month in K. of P. Hall. G. V. STORKEY, SecreUarj. C. ROSS TATE, President. M. PRIEST. Junior Past Muslin Underskirts L. M. JOHNSTON E Barrister and Solicitor Office Adjoining Union Women's Lawn Waists Beautiful "Waists of very fine ]awnr all- over, embroidered front, fineval lace on collar and cuffs, neatly tucked, sizes 32 to 40 Worth up to Friday's Sale Price Corset Covers, 95c Made of fine quality nainsook, trimmed with fine Swiss Embroidery, full front, sizes 32 to 40 Kognlar 11.25 Friday's Sale Price Made of very fine Cambric, 18 in. flounce of fine Swiss Skirting Embroidery, dust ruffle, lengths 40, 42 and 44. Worth Friday.................... Women's Night Dresses lery, dust Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. Sou of ERiliri tewfit Sotietj Meet in the of Pythin- Half every mid UirJ TliunvlHy iu the month at 8 p.m. ViHitiog brethren, always wd come. T. Kotmift, Box 57. 91, W. Made of fine White Gotten, slip-over style, square yoke of Swiss Embroideiy finished with two rows of ribbon, full sizes Regular Friday........ aws of ribbon, toll LETHBRI DOE flO. U C. B. P. O. E. Meets on the second Tuesday of each month at p.m. E. A. SHAUMAN. M. PRIEST. E- R- Secretary. Fine Allover Embroidery CorsetCovers, finished with ribbon, sizes 35 to 40, worth and Going on Friday at............. 80C Women's Night Dresses Splendid quality Cotton Night Dresaes, slip-over and button styles, finished with lace insertion and ribbon around neck and sleeves, elbow sleeves, full sizes. Friday___ tna ribbon around PU. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY Meet in the Labor Hall cvcvy KC and and fourth Mondays in month. Employers rewiring certificated en- gineers, and out ol employ'. ment, would do well to communicate with as. ROBERT NEVIN. Chiet W. A. DICKSON, Secretary. Bank, I Bay Coy. WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION Meet in Methodist Wesley Church every third Friday in month M 3.30 p. m. Visitors always welcome. MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, MRS. CHAS. McCLENAGHAN, Secretary.