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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ALTA., FRIDAY, MAY If, Illl. Daily Herdd f I Printed by the Daily Herald Printing Co., Ltd.. every lawful evening at office. Round fit.. Lethbridge, W. A. BUCHANAN. Mftnafinf Di 2.06 i.M .16 3-M '.76 futMcripiJon RatM Daily, delivered...... DftUj, iiiWith, Daily, mtotbtf, delivered. Daily. uionih, delivered Daily, oue year, by mail Daily, months, by mail Daily, three inontbu, by mail .16 Weekly Herald, oua year I.SO Addresses changed often aa de- Hired; but both ut oiuei be given. COAL AT VANCOUVER Vancouver people have to pay morn. REASO-VABLENKSS IN' PHA1IUK (Collier's The diildmi are having their us- ual spring ailments. Thai is to say, Manitoba, Alberta, and Saskatche- wan suller from prairie which run like a rash over UK- landscape. These prairie lircs arc not as danger- ous as they used to be. They can be checked. They seldom go any furth- ,er than the railway, steel rails being inife'hty hard to burn. Some people use them to clear the land. In a few minutes; a prairie fire will lick up brush, grnss, roots, and nbruu.s her- yours, uwd make for the plow. Kven in the tilled field a lire is often as good as a case of measles to free the land of its had blood ami vicious hu- Spirts ud Pates Fearman's audold address Ibage uf lho !the earth tender Somci puoplu go .so far as to A. A. A. Calgaiy, May Th" Alborta Am- ateur Athletic Association is away to la good start, with a good organiza- tion and a strong board of govern- ors. The mooting was hold last night in the rooms of the Alberta Club. There from Strathco- Calgary. Tlu.' following were present: Dr. Mfison, Dr. ings, Dr. O'Sullivan, D. Darroch, Capt. Shaw, Mr. Hum- bly, Kev. Mr, I'earson, A. D. Fidl John Urcwe, Ur. U'hitlaker, Mr. Lean, 11. Balluntyne. Tho following wore appointed board of governors: VV, A. Buchanan for the Lothbridgc district; Ur. SUiu- were representatives ua, .Edmonton', and AND BACON Just Received ley for High Uiver, D. L. Darroch, a ton for coal mined within sixty Say that a. prairie fire :s a fertilizer. j-ol- yie Otilgary District; Percy Hclli- miles of that city and transported by JL ;s lo soji what a hair singe Hcd Deer District; C. IV. water for fifty cents a ton. ,to u keeps tlie wheat from j (jross iir. Ward tjr the Bituminous roal iu Montreal, car- falling out. by rail a thousand miles only ried by rail a costs the same The city coun- cil of Vancouver has just received tenders for a supply i of Australian coal at j per ton delivered. It is only fair to i point out that this is unscreened i coal, or at any rate that it will be practically of that grade before it readies Vancouver, but even so Uie possibility of milling coal at a dis-) tauce of miles, transporting j it to British Columbia and selling it j at conclusively shows is not a reasonable price the local product. Westward Ho: a TABER TALK ,1' Tabor, quk't wadding was solemnized this evening' at 9.30 cn when Mr. Bert Sutton, real estate agent, was united iu wedlock to Miss Hacidie Brown, sister of Mrs. G. J. Loom is. The ceremony wis perform- ed by Rev. J. K. Munro, pastor of Knox church at the residence of Mr. G. J. Loomi.s. Mr. C. H. Gray uctod as man and Miss Pearl Loomis as bridesmaid. ton district; Frank jJ.I Fort Saskatchewan, foi the vilie district. It was decided that all iu Alberta should be amateurs except those ag- ainst whom the C. A. A. U. had tak- and iJ tnmm FEW QUIT EPISCOPAL CHOUGH SixUtn PriMtt Who Will Catholics Found by Church Paper Vancouver journal, does not hesitate] to say that coal should be sold at j the Coast delivered to tiie consumer j at a mo-xiuilaiii of S5 per ton, aud if u trade combine is responsible forj the present high, figure, it is the duty 1 of the Government to investigate the matter. j friends wen- present Applications for Olympic Entries for the Olympic trials wore it, by Arthur Burn for the Mar- athon; Fitzgerald, for the mile, aud McLean of Strathcona, for the 100 and UOO meter. Mr. Burn explained that though he was desirous of competing in the Only the immediate in Kngliuul. that he would which unable, on account of a bad ankle take part j GET YOUR I SHOES' Milwaukee, Muy no more than sixteen Episcopal clergyman in America have deserted or will desert the Episcopal Church for the Church of Rome is the' statement in today's issue of the Living Church, which is recognized us the organ of the church, particularly of the High Church par- ty. The editorial says: "Since the last general convention eight of our clergy have formally re- nounced their orders to seek admis- sion in the Roman Communion, six others are reported to have done 60, two arc reported to be about Lo do so. "Recent press despatches from Phil- adelphia, whence most of such re- ports have proceeded, place the num- ber as high as fifty. But if the num- ber of S; cessions due to this move- ment greatly exceeds the sixteen we have already counted we shall be much surprised. "The reports of ten in Philadelphia, seven in New York, eight in Chicago and six in Fond du Lac, Wis., which we find in Philadelphia despatches cannot be verified by those familiar with conditions in those cities." FAWttK ud RAHCHtK INSURE your Building against LOBS by Prairie 4. J.JWL> "fa' ainst Damage by Hail PO. Bid PUeMO ftOFCSSlONAL CARDS W.S.QALBRAITM, M.O.C.y. Office 914 RedpfcthBt. 'Fhows Beiore if a. in., i-5. 7-e p Mr. and Mrs. Loomis, Mr. and Mrs. Reams. The wedding presents were numerous and costly. The happy c-uupie received the hearty congratu- lations of thuir many friends. New Settlers Amongst other settlers that arrived in the final Canadian to trials in Toronto. The association suggested that, Mr. Burn go to Toronto and there under- go im examination, and if it was foujm that he was unfit then, that he would probably be placed on the _ Trit. i lie. here today were S. .McRae, Eloid-jteum without a trial. This did not i'an, C. Krame, M. Rengask, Uccui satisfactory and Mr. Burn with- W. T. H. Preston's skirts are clear- ed at last. The former Liberal or- ganizer was not the author of the va, N. D.; Peter Brandon, Hankinson, N D., the hitter had a car of farm implements, furniture and six hors- es. A large number of teams were en- famous phrase "Hug the Machine" j gaged to dav by applicants for land which the Conservatives used to. many tract- were covereti. Many arrivals purpose filing applica- their campaign par'y ia Onta- GERMAN'S Dftf. McCLURC STEWART, Hur- Office Hotfrt: t ;n. to ilo.; 1 p.m to 6p.m. HAMILTON it YOU NO Alberta Realty Co UthbrMge Alberta 6. itortin Jtnw, B. C. L 4 JONES Barriuien, Etc. Office: Conybtare Block. a-lyr W. C. SIMMONS arritfes, Etc. Office: Southnid Block. B. C. MOORE Funtral Director and Embalmar W rreabyterian Guise Phone 102. Residence 1J6. ACROSS CONTINENT IN AUTO Buffalo, May E. A. Teape of Sand Point. Idaho, and her daugh- ter, Mrs. MacElvie, passed through the city today on their journey from Portland, Me., to Portland, Ore., in an automobile runabout. The two women are making the trip alone without mechanic or chauffeur and make all repairs to their automobile themselves. They left Portland, Me., on May 12. fullest advantage in against the Liberal rio. The real story, according to th Calgary News, is that on the night icUc-.viiig the- laliiijiia euxLiou in "West Elgin in which Donald iicSish was triumphantly elected for the last time to be the representative of that constituency, a number of politicians and others were on their way to Ot- tawa by train. Amongst the number were W. T. H. Preston, the Liberal organizc-r at that time and a promin j his coat. He looks hale and hearty, 01 the lions for homesteads in addition to purchasing land. Several have stated they had no idea of this part of the country being ?o good aud so far su- pt'rinr ior fanning purposes tiian where they came from. R. C. Lee, wife and grandson, ar- rived here from Coali'ax, Wisconsin, and has gone on a visit to his eldest daughter near Grassy Lake. Mr. Lee fought all through the American war and wears the medal constantly on ent mie' exponent of temperance; "Jim-'and states that this is his first visit Haverson, the well-known coun- sel for the Licensed Victuallers of Ontario; Peter Ryan, another bright, particular star in the realm of wag- gery, and a bunch of luminants of lesser note. Just before the train started word received that McNIsh had car- ried West Elgin, and the result of the to Canada and is delighted with the country. The Taber Kazoo band congregated at midnight and provided with in- struments preceded to the residence of the newly married couple, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sutton. Serenading for about halt an hour, playing popular and appropriate tune: tJrew his application. The Calgary Albertan says: .The se- lection of governors made by the Am- ateur Athletic Association is very wise. A. Buchanan, for some time was secretary of the Ontario Hockey Association, and did excellent work. Dr. Stanley has shown his devotion to athletics, and his value also as secretary to the lacrosse association. Mr. Darroch was chairman of the Ontario Hockey Association, and left a very line record behind him. He is strict, but fair and square. Hon. C. W. Cross is an ex'-ellent choice. In his younger days he was a very clever lacrosse and Rugby football player. Frank Walker of Fort Saskatche- wan is a most enthusiastic sport and all round good fellow. H. Ballantyne, the secretary of the Y. M. C. A., will make a good secre- ary. He is to a great extent re- ponsible for the good start made by he association. The other selections eem to be all right too. election was the topic after the train started, gestctl by one of the party that Pres- ton should send a telegram of con- gratulation to the chairman of the constituency. To this Mr. Preston agreed and said that if any of those The band of discussion j comprised a number of local ladies It was sug-1 find gentlemen. During the time Mr. Sutton appeared accompanied by his bride and gracefully acknowledged the compliments paid him and Mrs. Suttoii. Before the band departed cigars were liberally distributed. present would get oft at the first sta- tion where the train stopped he would Cheers were given for the happv cou- ple g with cheers for the king be obliged jf they would send a con- the band playing the national anthem gratulatory message for him, as he MILK PRODUCERS' PREDICA- MENT was somewhat tired and in favor of seeking Nature's kind my sleep. Several of those present oflered their services and W. T. R. Preston retired to the seclusion that his couch granted. At the first station that admitted of time to send a message several of the party dropped of! at the station. Haverston was in the lead, with Ry- an a good second and the rest in a ruck. When they got back to the Pullman it was generally agrerxl that-Preston's message had been sent although no one could remember the exact wording that had been given. In fact, the wording remained a mys- tery until it was discovered that Thin can Bole and others had been guilty of corrupt practices in the election and Donald McN'ish was unseated and driven from public life. Then the wording of the telegram was discover etl to be, "Hug the machine for and the most surprised man in Cana- da when he read the telegram was W. T. R. Pros-ton himself. Their and Daughters Will No Don Overalls in Milking Cows Middletown, :N7. Y... May orders issued by the Board of Health of New York city requiring that prrsons who milk cows must wea white duck overalls and jackets, oth- erwise the milk will not be allowed to enter Now York, have placed the j majority of milk producers in a pre- dicament. Much of the milking has heretofore been done by the wives Any good tailor can give you a better suit for than you can get in Progress Brand Clothing for Compare the tailor's suit with a Progress Brand Suit. Then you'll see for yourself that Progress Brand, at its price, is incomparably the greatest value in Canada. s ogress Brand Clothin Sold and Guaranteed by McRELVIE McGUIRR Balance Easy Bays one of the finest homes of Lethbridge. 3 lots with the property. H. J. H. Skeith Room 1 Whitney Block F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT 9 Whitney Block. R. G. ADD I SON Blairmort, Alia. FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EM- 8ALMER Office Phone Phone d.U. JAS. A. MACOONALD ARCHITECT Southard Black, Lethhridft, Alt.. Lodge (U.D.) A. F. A. M., G. R.rA. 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. O. Box 537. E. T. MCGREGOR REAL ESTATE BROKER Agent for Farm and City Loans, Inturance, Collections, Rent- als and Conveyancing. List your property with me. Call at P. O. Block or Address Box 387, Lethbridgc, Alta. Mr. BiUie Sharratt Ventriloquist and Mimic At liberty for Smoking Concerts, Parties, etc. Ventriloquism tanght Order of Foresters FIRST CITY LEAGUE GAME Although players and public alike had only a few hours notice of the opening of the City Baseball League, t got of! to a splendid start. There vas a large crowd and e. good game was played. Mayor Henderson pitch- ed the first ball, which Umpire Gra- ham was forced to call "ball one." The Press team got a good lead in the early stages of the game and held it until the sixth, when the rail- way men evened up. During the next two innings it was an even struggle, darkness calling the game at the end of tho eighth. Excitement ran high and though errors were plentiful the crowd enjoyed the game as much as if it did the professionals of last; year. At that the play was very good for the opening game. In thi first innings Maveety walked tlouk and Kenny but they died on bas es as Barber went out Maveety to Ni- cholson, Bailey fouled out to Pulley and Culbcrtson flew out to Nicholson In their half the Press did things. Hinneher walked into the ball. Pulley r find (laughters ot the farmers, all of whom now declare that they will nev- er don the overalls. The farmers think they cannot afford to dispense with tht-ir lemale help and they are at a loss to know what to do. 11 in i iiiiniiiiii-iii OUR POINT Of VIEW Don't forget to line up in support of the bylaws. Now that Mr. Mngrath is hack ili political fur should to fly Docs Mr. Mftgrath's return mean that he feels nn election is near at haad This is going to be a big year .jr the cattlemen as well as the farmer. Prices are high amTthe cattle are in good shape. W. L. Mackenzie King considers the Calgary streets a disgrace to the city and streets indicate an up-to-date civic government, and un- doubtedly have a great" influence in moulding the respectability of the citizens." Hear, hear, Lethbridge streets and Lethbridge citizens, dit- to. Vote for the bylaws on June 8U. Get a SwiriR 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-cleaning are Picture." Our prices are always right. IK made three swings but Schiwnowski (Continued on Next Page.) WANTED The Lethbridge public and the travelling public to know the Hub Cafe is as clean and up-to-date restaurant as there is in "TUberta, and that strictly white help is employed. IIMtmi IIMMMMIM Specials Tonight Spring Chicken Strawberrien and Cream The Store of Quality UAbrife ft. 262 Meets K. of P. Hall last Thursday of month. Viftiting Brethren Welcome J. P. ROGERS, C.R. A. NEIDIG, F.8. Meets 1st and 3rd Mondays in R. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting rethren are cordially-invited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P. 24-ly T. J. W. S First-class Cafe ma ITE Sfctrt Order Meals CARROLL DOYLE Dear Sir or Madam, Having disposed of the lease of our store and clearing out our stock entire- ly, we are compelled to shut off all credit business on June 1st. All due or past due amounts must be paid immediately, otherwise we will have to force collection, as we need the money. During the balance of our lease we will sell for cash only at prices that will save you so much money you will be pleased to pay cash instead of getting credit. Thankine all our customers for their _ _ liberal patronage, and trusting to see all during our sale, We are, yours truly, Nelson Fraser Lethbridge Nest of Owls J. -6 Lethbridge Neat ol Owls, No. will meets the first and third Wednesday of ach month in K. of P. Hall. G. V. STORKEY, Secretary. C. ROSS TATE, President. M. PRIEST. Junior Past Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 29o. tacfit Sriet} Hmt in UK: of Pjlhin- HaH flrxt nml third ThnreJny in tbe month at 8 p.m. Viaiting brethren alwayt wH Walter Apptebj, Fred T. Robins, Se. W. rreM.tent. Box LETHBRIDGE liO. M C. B. P. O. E. ifeets on the second Tuesday of each uxmth at 3.15 p.m. E. A. 8HAKUAN, M. PRIEST. E. R. Secretary. Utfft NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in IheXnbor Hull KC- aod and foorth Mondays in UM month. Employers requiring certificated en- gineers, and engineers out of etoploy- ment, rrcmld do well to comBvafeatt with w. ROBERT NEVIK, Cbiel W. A. DIOKSOJN, Secretary. WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION Meet in Methodist Church every third Friday in the month at 3.90 p. m. Visitors always welcwiw. MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, Prea. MRS CHAS McCLENAGHAN, femtary. ;