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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta to productive of Sir Wilfrid Lnurier indilo'if manly j -----.....'v' riiated by UM Daily Herald Printing Co, Ud, mr emitafc at its Round t St., JLcthbridge, Managing Oi- A. ftUCHAMAM, t Subscription e delivered, Daily delivered. Daily, one mouth, delivered Daily, ojic mail by mail months, bj mail V7eealr .Herald: one year Addreiees changed as often 2.M !Jt .16 3.M 1.75 .16 I.M as de- mission "ll measure iKiunod that the State in John S. JUrr, pi event bark-dooc Oouixty Commissioner and candidate "drinking and di unkonness- Hon. for i selection on the Republican tkk- the aim of tho pai ty and the bill if passed would set back the movement ji'.tis. Jt substitute eminent instead of private pro- und held tho foi two terms. of tho tiuflic In a lotiicd from politics for a feu yeare and then met financial losses. Three yeais ago. money, but one hand, little moie than a vhis- who full to receive the will please notify the twainest office, by phone or other- at the earliest possible mo-1 f f kc oul> his rec. ment. so that prompt delivery may be ensured. To ensure change of contract adver- tisement in the 'Daily- Herald, copy ahould be seat iruiiot later than 6 o'clock p. mt of the evening before 'publication. Transient display ad- vertisements will be received up to: 10 o'clock a. in. of the day of pub-! lication, and "want advertisements up to 2.00 p. m. ADVERTISING RATES j Want ctiut a 1 word each insertion. "No advertise- ment for less than 25c. Six con- speoch, umtluding uilh an eloquent peroiation Hon. J. 1. Takln muin- tutned that it the duty of the got eminent to reduce the facilities, of thc trafllc and to icgain the- moil-, ord to help him, ho made rv wluil-jopoly, both of which duties would wind and swept the countiy i be accomplished if the bill were pass m the primary lij the largest vote if-I. Rolfson's logical and candidate for commissioner, j sound arguments followed by iua_ 4 'the with the closest attention 'He quoted figures to prove that if the government could regulate the Weights Placcil iu Stock BatJeyCUti j J v Freek f ?A -U ?W Purest Ton iUjittolf to Hub' for Ao4 TonightrSpeciaU-flftcr 10 'Sttcklii Green" IK II jt HpA X A DOYLt; lmV si i V noaf ighton, insertions lor price of four, 'initial 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. Birthi, Marriages, and cents every insertion. Contract -Display Advertisements Rate card at "Daily Herald" Of- fice. cents per count line; dis- count to regular advettisers. to advertise- ments subject-to approval of man- agement of "Daily Herald." -DAILY HERALD NEWS AND OF- -FICE STAFF- O. D. AUSTIN, City Editor. JOHN TOR Col- ..kctor and Assistant Business Man- Do biook commence a-bubbhn' a-tuinbhn' an' a-troublin" Like it had a heap 6' (loin's on mind. Ue mosf. is green an' glow in' An' Arbuuus stahts In places only lOlks kin find, j J t present genciahons, j uould be bcttei phisically, mental fy, and spintualh' Hon. W.' An' next the blossoms tiny Will look np_wif faces ihiny httle echoes from the sky so j elosuiff thl. th t the ob. Wif happiness-before us in do chorus the exclaims Springtime, houdy do'1 jject of tne bill uas not to nave! jdrunlvaids but raUiec.the mstilulions'f ninkf foi tlie of the) j eople I Ton. K, Davidson introduced a Senate "Reform Hill which will be the i.subject .a debate Thursday. .MISS GRIMM, Accountant..... JOB DEPARTMENT. The Herald Job is the Vest equipped in Southern Alberta. All classes of expe-, ditioiuly ,and satisfactorily. Walter thistonan dehin; Jordan, Manager of the Job Depart- ment. Telephone IN. EDUCATION AND CO-OPERATION It is "very gratifying to educators in. the west to sec the the de- t partihents of education of the three rent today. prairie provinces are co-operating. Saskatchewan and Alberta will have the same text-books. The teachers' certificates issued by one are good in thc other and their training course are practically thc same. Xow the three provinces arc introducing a iin iform sjstem of writing. .Business nvm as well as parents and teachers will be glad to know that a jcomuioti sense, been taken For there js nothing that will make a good writer a-bad one more qinck- j ly than a change of the system of' _ writing. Pupils and teacheis of the three .provinces are bound to travel a great deal from one to the other and any other than a uniform sjstem would ly> disastrous to the teaching of penmanship m the three provinces When these thiee Iwe edu- cational systems uniform in all par- ticulars it, will be a great boon to the .people. _ AIAUb'S SCKAP BOOK (Xew York Times.) j Queen 31 awl of Norway is the au-, thor of a book which may: be dcsci-ib ed as work fiction, stiict ly speaking, she is> not ats i another sense she is its author. It is nothing more than a scrap book, into which the Queen pastes newspa- per clippings about herself and thc King. these clippings arc all acLOV.nts of things which actually never happened-rumors, speculations, gossip, andt If, some day in the future, a learned among tho records n the past for mateiia.1 wherewith o thc dry bones of hiatorj were to hit upon this curious volume ic would piobably give ntimate account of the doings o royalty in the- early twentieth cen tury as worthy of belief as are sotii so-called "sidelights on history" cu 1 St. .John, X.I1 April W. ill. Montreal, has accept- fed head masteiship oi Hothesay Col- ege herc, offered him by thc hurcli oi THE PRICE ARGUMENT and a well 'assorted slock aie alicady re- 01 out new Fancy 'Muslim putting a cou- iiiiutuis told by customers of inspedion tliat Jilio begt ''Xow'vie aic letting the piices talk. We.have a uum- f ber waist lojigtbs ju these goods ami Jiere are, a fewjarguinents: A J 0 45c, for. Kegulai GOc iSl's. B-egulai foi Some ftnup'? also in _ Carpets, Etc. PRICES >J; Fancy China Salad ioi 78C foi Itegulai sl.G5 foi4.. feet witJi'SlopJJowl1 "IG-pifjce" Toilet Sets, Keg foi, m. m m A k CAMS WJ.OAUMAITH, DM. McOLURC 4 STCWART. Bur- ii. JZL a X s- Hi 9Utl fit> f f% j wmm "f D. IVCMJIO IU5., COHYBEAflt i, .'Etc. J COF wnimcMMiFsrttK tliere also oomec the 'de- mand' for a good Spring tonic.' In tho FOR SATURDAY ONLY Rets, o only Reg foi... i i- j A meets many reqniremento, an ftbaofntMy jmre extract of For the ruu dov. a and ng oat it is a healthy food rJ3 r LEIWBOtt UOlIC C mtiNC cewAtiY.'tfi. C. L. Ouwh, pflker ________ CHRISTIAN i tijjR. VAI Shop Wettmintter Raad in, tht, "always welcome. V-m r A QUEKY Xews, Toronto. not our hostesses Some penotential place, For thc'r.unmitigated goatj tnimps his partner's ace. All Roime and Egyptian Ware at 25 per Reduction. THE J. BROWN CO. Limited Residence' Leave your order at H Goodman's, Gent's Furnishings, Jtedpath Street HV >v _WeT arc offering the" best lots in the North Ward f iUiiitiiiiiitiiiiiiM 111111 i I i I i i 1111 n i i i 11 it i 11 i i i.U t i i at Each SlO tlovni monthly Also two'lots Argyle Avenue water and sewer THE CIVIL SERVICE The Lauiier govcrnnvcnt a. fair and impartial commission to investigate the- civil service. of the men partisans. Had the government desired to xip any] weaknesses of the service it could j have chosen a whitewashing commis- j sion, just as the Conservatives did in-the Cochranc-light house selling scandal prior to 1S06. Instead of that, men who conkl not be dictated to in any wny wcro chosen, They have brought in a report and the Liberals arc jxoing to act on that The fail to recognize .that the officials, who arc to blnmc for thc inefficiency 5n of ifarinc and Milmn, are appointees of tho late tivc government nnd the wrongs for twhich they arc now condemned were unricr Inal Gonsor government.- One of thc offkiais even a close relation ot leader of the Opposition .V XECDUCSS QUESTION" (Toronto Saturday Night.) One offthc characters at OUaua Kalt, is a in-j terprising a vf-T ry enthusiastic lie had the! bud luck to be defeated at the last municipal elections m the capital, but he is still a target for men of; all who. want.advice up- on municipal problems. Xow, Kilt is as Irish looking a one could meet in a day's ualkanrt he is proud of thc fact. The other day a stianger entered his store, door lo the lion, and asked: "Are you "T replied thc "Arc you asked the visit-! !or- I "Are you blind0" was the rejoin- sufTtcient. n A -HI-.I MBS. A; u. Secretary. R. Q. ADDI8OH FUNERALJ DIRECTOR AND CU- Office Phone 28 THE KNIFE AT (Mer Ftreskrs Ceirt" IS BUSILY ENGAGED A BNAP -Meets iu -Kl-of -P. Thursday of jnonth. rViaiting.Brethren, Welcome 'J. F. ROGERS, ]R.S. brethren are cordially, inv 21-ly Visiting S. fl I i Illl II Hil Mill I OUR-POIWT OF VIEW. start for ,1 bumixr. crop this year with the'fall wheat, in excellent Whitney Block The Hundreds of People :WKb visit; tht Store daily t are suJSficient evidence that .the histdry..of f Lethbridge have such il been qffered. Imust vacate the Store fat tfietend ofi this mbnth, and no other store to be had, so .there ,is no alterative but to keep knife .busy till th? whole stock is cleared The Store WH be till 9 o'clock for the benefit of those who I in the .day time Note the Address NcttJrf ol xxige of Alberto, H opM'BKm 9DHI meets ,'ntcoodr Thanday eadi wnthintK.otP.Aanr G. V. 8TORKET, .SecreUary. M. PBIEST.i Junior erctytntMHl 8 p Walter Appfcfcy tkt BoWw, t Men's "Furnishings Oliver Block 111II H IIIIIIIII III IIII UccU tod pJtt. SHAEMAX E A HOfTTM-WtfT AttpdATKNI la tbe-UborZHatt ;