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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta fe AL-fc-M'tAJHilhsDAV, AMW Pilly 14gfVllfl tog OrowJ' take, but thoiijrli it is u _ good rtyvmuo producing' point sta- tion Jins not been provided, Travel- Uii-u 'stand around itiwl wait for the passenger train to hove in sight and then they Hag it for there is not an operator -there. Printed by the Daily Herald Printing i jf there were two "Co., Ltd., every lawful evening ut crusty Lake there is no r K'OT pftoe, Round St., Lethbridge, Canada. -'W; A. .BUCHANAN, Managing Dl. conveniences-. rtcUr and Editor. (the C. P. H. moves very slowly j producing accommodation for i doubt tlntl town would btivo better competttiou in Subscription Dally, one Daily, iix vaonth, delivered, 2.00 mouths, delivered.. 1.00 Daily, one mouth; delivered .35 Daily, one year, by mail 3.00 Daily, six months, by mail 1.75 Dtily, three months, by mail .85 Weekly Herald, one year Addresses changed as often as de- sired; but both new and old address must be given, will please remit with order, winch nhould be givcu for a term. Remit by Express Order, P.O. Order, aud Bink Monev j may be sent direct or through any newsdealer. Address comiuuu-j icationa. to THE LETHBRIDGE j HERALD, Lethbridge, Alberta, Ca-! nada. If our friends who favor us with man- j uscript for publication wish to have rejected articles returned they must in all cases send stamps for that purpose. .NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. flubacribera who fail to receive Ihc Daily Herald will pleuse notify the business office, by phone or other- wise, at the earlieit. possible mo- ment, so that prompt delivery may be ensured. To ensure change of contract adver- i'UOi. iiio O.vjii1. Saturday Night) The championship'' pool -t'ournaineiTC this week in Chicago lu'twev'a Tho- mas Hueison and THf. "'TlH-' OF ALBERTA id at tin.- U- an- towns. Grassey Lake is entitled to a build- ing of some kiud where travellers can remain until, tri'.ins comes in. The C. 1'. 11. is. always anxious about its ivputation but what impression can J it expect landseokors from across J.he line to have of the country and its great railroad when they llnd a grow. culls- to mind a if lilt.e iu.-f cident which I heard, in t'ob'Hirg Hist summer. I, had dropped in to see my old friend, the proprietor of the local pool room, whom I hud known in f imai iiutird.ul License former yenrs as u lumberman, stood watching the game. "They shoot n pretty good he said. "J you, though, there clock, p. m. Ii, -1C; iuia iW District d at Leth budge on 1-ilh, 1W, ut 3 o'- h, i'.-r renewal of ho- tel license iri respect of the Windsor s'jtu'qjfe -m LoLs 1, li and 3, Block 5, Plan D., Lethbridge. for renewal of hotel-. Hansel in respect of the Bal- ing community like C. for its Lake has brvrn toller pool than you ever j morai! situate on LoU 30 and saw.played in this room. 1 was gj, hew jvailmj? one Wiliam rienuVnon. far lenewal of two or three young follows hotel license'in respect of the Leth- oi; Lots 20, 21 I came in in yachting clothes, and oiu' j Of them wlio looked like a buy of We ii PO ulso informed thai thf mnil I eighteen or nineteen. me if Hendersoii Downer, for renew. at this point is poor. Mail I wanted lo ll billiards. al of hptoKlibi-nsc- in1'respect.-of the Hotel, and '.13, from -the west g first and is seni Hat 1 llliLi ti> buck on t'ne him a couple of games N bound train. This means thai cor- respondence from IjCthbritlge takes two days to ivach a place only lifty miles away. Why can't the mail clerk on the east bound make up a Hotel Oouldiile, situate -jn Lots 1 and and the other, two follows'wi-nt away Bloek 32; Lcthbrklge. and started to play J soon found that he was no mean billiard player, and told him so. 'You must have started very I said, 'to play as well as you 'Billiards isn't my he said 'Pool's my game.' "That sounded rather like hot air I'll play you a gamo of copy sent iu not later than G o'clock p. ra. of the evening before publication. Transient display ad- .vertisemeuts will be received up to 10 o'clock a. m. of the day of pub- lication, aud waut advertisements up to 2.00 p. m. ADVERTISING RATES Wept cent a word each insertion. No advertise- ment for less than 25c. Six con- insertions for price of four. Initial letters, abbreviations, and "c" marks, each figure and words count as full words. When replies are to be forwarded send lOc. extra to cover postage. Terms cash. Births, Marriages, and 50 .cents every insertion. Contract Display Advertisements Rate' card at "Daily Herald" Of- fice. cents pGr coiiut liue; dis- count to regular advertisers. lubjtct to advertise- ments subject to approval of man- agement of "Daily Herald." DAILY HERALD NEWS AND OF- FICE O. D. AUSTIN, City Editor. JOHN TORRANCE, Canvasser, Col- ..Itctor and Assistant Business Man- MISS GRIMM, Accountant..... JOB DEPARTMENT. The Herald Job Department is the 'peat equipped in Southern Alberta. All classes of work handled expe- ditiously and satisfactorily. Walter Jordan, Manager of the Job Depart- ment. fetephona IM. bag of uuiil to "Urassey Lake each night? The delay as at present in Retting mail to Grassey Lake is a great inconvenience to .LcihbVidge j so l business men, who naturally should Pool- have all the business at this point, I "'-'iH right, rack >em he said. but under, the present system imj ad-[ vantage is all in favor of the jobbers I "He Called the shot oil the break, at Medicine Hat from which point as! ran down the nfteon balls. "Hack we understand it, there is a daily j ho said: and he ran mail. Tin.- U'thbridge Board of ilhom down again. Trade might up. take this matter "lie did it live times in .succession.' i 'Who iirc. you anyway'.'' I fairly I shouted, at him, as ho ,finally missed i on the sixth break, lie smiled and i handed me his card. Hon. II. Uushing in an inter-! "The name on it was Jerome view in Montreal said there were no Keogh. He had just won the chain- politicians in Alberta; they wore all pionship of. the world at Bochester, OUR POINT OF VIEW Albertuns working' for the good of their province. That's the truth too. Toronto Saturday Xiglit, an inde- pendent paper of good judgment says that ''Sir Wilfrid Laurier will no "doubt carry the country again when ami had run over with some friends in a yacht after the match to recu- perate." "On' the .occasion of the visit, of the visit of the Prince of Wales to the British House of Commons recently. 'he goes to the polls, so that he i Mr. John' Burns had a conversation "will have- held the fort for his par- j with his Tloyal Highness, and after- 'ty for eighteen years, like Sirf HAMILTON YOUNG Room Block. C.F.P.Conyboare, B. Morton B. C. L. CONYBEARE JONES Barristers, Solicitora, Etc. Office: Conybeare Uthbridj., W. C. SIMMONS Advocatt, Barritttr, Etc. Office: Southard Block. B. C. MOORE Funeral Oirtctor and Emb.'nur to Presbyterian CTiarch Office Phone 102. MS." New Boots to Order. All kinds o Repiiivjj J. R. VAN HAARLEM Shop Westminster Road Corner "Helen Street Residence 1213 Courtland Leave your' order at H. Goodman'a; Gent's Furnishings, Redpath Street. L MILK RIVER ITEMS Mr. Hardy has commenced seeding. Four more cars of settlers effects arrived on Tuesday. They included st.o.nm plow and a threshing outfit. Mr. Locke has established a lumber vard and is- now erecting nn office in connection with it. A ,arge livery barn ir. being built here. The new buildings are being placed on the railway right of way. Twelve land men came in Tuesday to look over the land. Sixteen settlers have completed shacks in -the adjoining townships and quite a bit of land will be cul- tivated this year. Settk-rs art' cotfnng in on every train. .Frank Ellcrt was in Lethbridge on busincsss on Wednesday. Ben Ellert was in Warner on a iness trip Tuesday. TWO EMPLOYEES DROWNED Winnipeg, April employees ji of the city water works department] met death this morning while dig-' ging for a new artesian well. The flow of water was so great that thej men did not have time, to escape and were drowned. SEE C. P. R. ABOUT IT Under the present passenger traffic arrangements of the Canadian Pacific Railway it is. not possible for pas- sengers taking ordinary excursion. tickets to any place to return from that place, by any other than the route by which they canio. The1 Board of 'Trade should get after company to see if some arrangement cannot be made by which visitors to the Dominion fair may be allowed to come around Lethbridge and tlie south country on their way back of tho city and those in the lands around here will be at the fair busy. people to come and soo the city and countrv. I I III I S I i H PAINFUL PLEASURE I "Taking pains': to get yort the best of everything at a 'minimum of cost is onr T jst pleasure. S BAY CO. FRIDAY BARGAINS F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 WKitney Block. WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE U N TO N Meet in "Methodist Wesley Church, every third Friday in the' month. at-, p. m. Visitors always-welcome. MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, 'Pres. CHAS: MeCLENAGHAN; Secretary.. R. G. ADDISON Blairmore, Alta. FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND ElT- BALMER Office Phone, Phone 23 d.U. A LIST of GENUINE BARGAINS for FRIDAY I I SHOPPERS WHICH ARE MONEY SAVERS' jj Order of Foresters GREY SHEETING 120 Ifards. Grey Sheet- and twill, best quality, 72 in. wide, reg.30cayd. Friday DRESS GINGHAMS 300 yds. fine quality Dress Ginghams, in neat checks stripes, reg. 15c yd. Friday L C 1 3OOO I Colored Photo Post Cards 'NO MOTHER TO GUIDE HER" Nothing but unstinted has vOnir itOm hovV otlf a perffjimance of "Xo Mother to Guide Her." Those who have .seen it will surely want to sen it of Rocky Mountainscenery 1 i aml thoso havc not wil1 _ t ____ 1 P 1 TlV'ltl jnst received from the fa- mons Raphael Tuck house Another lot of X GRASSEY LAKE'S COMPLAINTS 0, GVasscy Lake is growing to'.m. population within tstmsitx! Qf OVT rteo pic and in the district adjacent there art- a hundred or more settlers. -The C. P. R. is the only road scrv- Newest designs Lowest Prices ALL 2 FOR o CENTS lly "5nity on next i" Oliver's hall. chanco U> witnrss hy ,171 again, t t Jm J.