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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta UthfttAMiNrfeAV ifw K-H Wait to support -alL tlnw> do a to promote tho places in which they me published but they must receive firfct of all loyal patronage fiom the merchants, otherwise they cannot ex- of ttae House was closed Toi u of Colonial! House was closedrfoi u tov onu 01 days ponding 'investigation by luspec- j of the greafphil- Daily Herald Printing lst, lawful evening at; Round fit., Caittda. i Oi- r.: year, delivered......f til month, delivered, 2.J Dtflv, three delivered.. Daily, one month, delivered .36 j Daily, one year, by mail...... Daily, aix months, by mail 1.75 Daily, three- Dvmtha, by mail .16 Herald, one year l.M 1 as often as de- but both new and old address mutt be given. will please remit with Border which should be given (or a term. Remit by Express OUR POINT OF VIEW American j tor Everything tound satisfactory and home improve- ments made it che public. opened again to Scotland'? Lord fa. and The issue of the Colwawu a- ffppeaieU on Fiiduy evening ujikl is afU a cjx-dit to the publisher, Mr. Fiench, are the- IT. S goicimncnt It'k an eight. "paten} to place Ciumdlaii wheat on tho free] infeuUV M.-ll pimtcdjuih good They wise fellows, they type on good .sco The reaiiiug mat- lux own Dumbai ton, flu one of G5 jvais. Iwith deJtUrlirfHhfj pu'iage became ex- tinct, c of which aie many for hiii Wlnte, poleb meshiii- die well aianpcd and aUiactive. If consequence 01 which Nouh 1 the suet-ceding i-bJCb aie as good as A scientist nays ing America is.gutting wanner-and Asia colder. This will ho good news for tlie Doukhobois who looking for] n ttaim phice. One of 'S by biith 'lllcltion connection the it should piovc ft paying ven-, born plain.John Order, P.O. Order, and Bunk Money taten may be "sent direct or through any newsdealer. Address commun- to .THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD, Lethbridge, Alberta, Ca- nada. If our Irienda who favor us with man- lor publication wish to hava rejected articles returned they oust in all cases send toi that purpose. -NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. ittbteribers full to receive the Daily. Herald will please notify the buaiiMtft office, by phoce or other- wise, at the earliest possible mo- i meut. so that prompt delivery may i be ensured. To eoiore change of contract adver- (Ueiaent in the Daily Herald, copy I be sent in not later tlum 6 V o'clock p. m. of the before j publication. Transient display ad- Tlu- l.oi il s Day with thJ PI bnth Uu> r tix. 1 re uu Alliance is we'll of Sab- I.AW ui Albci- 3footo general snvs T. A in lu "In Albeit u the is possibly better enfoued thnn in any oilier part of the Dominion. The sentiment of the peoplt! is im- sustaining the action of the" attorney general in securing foi all tho the rights and ad- of Sunday undfi- the lav, M'jif new house-, tuc going up W( She-tiff of .and also a pait- "Jim" io putting up1 nor' chiiuieal fnm of i nirv one nn "Alain street Mi ;j0jm White Kuthi-igk'n, Shone tb building A fiuo huge oiu- with', whom futuio peer became dm'third bench i Mi hui-l connected 'uhpit lie O'iui-' Mi. Hilling ,Kail> in life Loul Ovei- pect-. to move into his in a vsvek orjtoun displayed a leaning uwauU We undeittand contiacts have} evangelistic work, and though he gave been PIUMI others and that ten-1 j.eon aftemion to hi1- busnicsb r of a hall Im the Mm-jmm in Uie' United Kmpdom, ho was Vnion Coleman prows able to give a dc-il of tune Mi Win Kvans, our popular whole- to loligious cwgik His munificent ,alo liquor dealer, has moved donations l to. and religious oFor Men Ji arid Women Spring Weights i Just Pluc-fd in c The fcntte) Co, ltd, INfelii Mi ftoie LHIiUKl t? now commodiius quarters have seldom been loor to he occupied on Main side Mi of the few tin- jnnouuconu'nt Of hUrdvaih m'a pipei Side __________ Thomas A Kdisou has pjifcttod a will be received up to a tlnoc-sioify m 10 o'clock a. m. of the day of pub tosl of 000 lietlun. and adv.rti.oinent, j .f Ive hours. up to 2.00 p. m. ADVERTISING RATES Want cent to 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 N houseclcan it in Uvt be n daisy. An Austnan Count with an tocralic pcdigrc-c' longer .than a pup's, recentb nuiined (lollars, 01 tlie line _ n thtj conducts it a notice of u contiibution of clean punciplo15, keep- {-fifty thousand dollai-, to the building ,ng u> the in CMTV of of Che 'United KUY Church. word "j Uill a young man he Mr. m.inagei ofrcamc a direcW of the Young Uh, Hoarding Hou-e, a-, a result of Christian in Glasgow, u-> trip to U C, has bought a fruit which largely instiu- in the Crescent Valley section of vmentaf in merging the Young P> C Wo Jiinv in 1m Men's 'Christian Union and the vent me. v Young Society for On a Slav, JOvi Snotz-t 'Ihe huge Religious pile of it cj a cdi loadii in the mine met buildings the Glasgow 'Y. i Alight accident caught M. C. A- mil- L s mouo.% got his lOc. eitra to cover postage. j dallghur Uuo the _.. __j Of COHIM? u a love Birtht, rMarriafcs, and every..insertion. 'Contract Ditplay Advertisements- Bate card at "Daily Herald'" Of- fice. cents per count .Hne; dis- count to regular advertisers. Subject U advertise- incuts gubjecl to approval o! man- -afement of "Daily Harald DAILY: HERALD NEWS AND FICE STAFF- O. D. AUSTIN, City Editor. -JOHN TOR RANGE, Col and Awistant Businest Man match, 01 nione> ou one side und of tuie on the other. II ihe AuMimu Count had a tie cent pionounuMljle n.uue it wouldn't be .so bad. llut fancy six cbnsoniint in a. word oi nine will the nveen tln> cars. Furtimately ibcy Ty owing to his hbeiahty. vere empty and lie got out Lord u jteneioiis andi queeiecl hips t fiiand of-the Chuich and a! Mi and G L. Frasei are uJ advocate of its unum with ihe ing an extended holiday viaiiing Va-i- United 'ricabywrian Church, iouver and othi-i town? in B C. ing which'Mr Tracer is the" pusLiit Dinted x i'ree I i j ti r MISS GRIMM, Accountant JOB DEPARTMENT. [be Herald Job Department ia the test equipped in Southern Alberta, ill classes of work-handled expe- ditioualy and saihfactorily. Walter -Manager of the Job Depart- ment. HIGH SCHOOL LITERARY ai'ptcung of the bon wo'co11 AJI earnest achocau of tompeiance uMiesj in the pnAiucc. He is a piinciples, ha was equally .it home qn j vho always seeking io improve hn tlie platform" and in the pulpit, and i dreads knowledge of mining. every Sunday he cmd-ickd one. of the' ThU is millinery opening't laigeat IJible m the countiy! Misa-Melntyie't and her of travelling regularly of beautiflil .idornmonii for fo- from' Loiidon. for iho purpose head is attractuig all the in session. Lord Overtbun marrit-d Miss- Giace McClure, daughter of a Glasgow- so" oi Nelson, 13 hcitor, in He wJU> ,to parents oi Mrs Kiank peerage in'lSOJ, and a before have been visiting thoir daughter'his to du- dmmg the past ties in-the House of We are to leaiu that Mr C.} E Baker, the genial of the; Mr outlior of "Songs l Grand Union Hotel, has given up the of a Sourdough" is Kuglibh I lor one to anv ou OF. can Uu AUB--J a of iho gwitlomen m our i man Count's name coirectlj. will not a.cccpt miHionaiic AS. rc-ct 'iiame. That at the fik what catches us. It sounds ;.Vi- water, fountain. -CIVIL SERVICE REFORM The Red Deer Advocate very cffec- points ouc that Conservatives of Albert county. New Brunswick are upholding thu civil service.reform plank of. their leader by .demanding .that all liberals in the service pi the government oi Brunswick be dismissed and replaced by good, The High Schol Literary Society'? j Easter concert will be given on Tuesday .April 21st, in Oliver's, hall Previous school concerts moie than merited, the big audiences that have greeted these young performers The one this year, judging by the many new and interesting iten.ii on the programme, promises to excel all previous efforts. Of course there will be rousine patriotic chorus- ing, the -winter Mr. by birth, -the" proud town of Preston, imseff our bestm Lane ishirer. being his natal spot, When Baker proved him hockey players ami an enthusiastic t "thirty one years ago supporter of clean "sport. sunny .sil of age, his father. >Ir. Rob- smile and cord manner. ert movod to Kelvinside, missed. proprietor, Glasgow. .the .young poet at- wilL take the hotel and is too s tended ..the- Ilighr School, Glasgow well and "favorably 'known Co University, aiupalso. erttei cd the ern- being "said about, h'im ploy of the Commercial bank. Some liteerta teturnt Jjliort Oitlers utv L Meal Tickets V> Fresh f ui t 5p.m, Eikft fvACrft AAfl r B4Af K.C O.C.L., B. B, C CONYSEARE Office block. Alt.. W. C.-SIMMONS Barrittor, Etc. Office tv-Southard'Block. Mr. Coleman Bert? clerk the, twelve or tin i teen years ag.o, Robeit, n Mercantile'- Department is the eldest in a family of ___ Store has-been seriously some j seven and-" three daughters, es, pretty quartettes, duets and -olos past rheum- 1 came to Ilis parents fol- _ _1 __ ___ _ 11 _ TT _ _ X. t n J C rt O 4 7AO II IT T_ by the senior pupils as well at, atism. ,Hc channing songs by the liny tots Sanitarium at Blatrmore where he is ferin street, Toronto, drills are and delightful. The j ly improving. removed to the1 levied m 1903. and reside at 700 Duf ilh sev rtral rnrmbtr-, of., the. .family Mr MOTHER'TO GUIDE HER' COPYRIGHT WITH THE OMI1KC OF SWING theru filso maiKl for rt-gootl Sprh'g- toiiic. Tn tliis respect the Lelhbrvlge Bock" Bcor meets many absoluifly -pure pxtrnet of malt' and hops. For Die inn down arid fag- out it is a healthy food- DohvLipdin kegf-andcnsos jiftei f 1th iust. I; LEtltBRlDCE MEWING ft "MALTING COMPANY, tlO. B.-C. MOORE Director to Presbyterian Curch Office Phone 102. 1M. i O- F. B. ROLFSON 4 'ARCHITECT r Room I "Whitney Block.- WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN T E M P E R A N C E I 0 N Miiet in Met lux! Wesley Church Friday ni Visitors always-welcome. MRS. A. HUMPHRIES. MRS CHAS. McCLENAGHAN.V S8-0 _" Secret.i ry. ,s1 H.'-Q." ADD I SON Blairmort, FUNERAL -DIRECTOR AND EM BAkMER OffJcejPhcjne Phone 28 "_ d.U club class null please you I Messrs. James Bunows Harry} Service not seen his for many j Company ic-i i __ i _, t__ ff but unstinted' praise 'has come from thpse who liave 7itfend you overy at- tention We are buying stcWtd-hand goods, along and you can alway-, depend vn s gwxi if you up. We a dinner (a- we can pve, ywtt fur a pianoforte at oiif-iidlf it-, proscnx value, and plenty of other tGttw Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293, aw if EqM tadtt ktkti r 150 Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster each TERMS EASY 12 Interest 6 pet cent, per annnm Wlirtip, in> tbc of Pythi.n every and tkinl in At 9 p miting brytbrm t Walter Appleby, Fwd T. W. II LETH8RIDGC l. C. B.- P. Or r. Meets 3nd and 4th jt'vesdcy- A E. A. 8HARMAX, E. R. M. PRIGST. MCMTH-WCST AJtQCl ATIOM tTATtOHAPY Meet in Ihe Labor and and fourth Mondays -m month. _ Employers rciuirinf certificated and cngincem i mcnt, would do well to '.with ROBERT OF ;