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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta (From the London CJlobe.) Priiiting railway anomalies, of which prob'au- Jy, the most notable is that unujg Locbalsh, which, deiivered month, delivered by mail "mail 7 by mail one. year Addresses changed as often MM 2.M I.M t.7l .15 I.M de- as both new and old address be given. ..SHOULD ot though only., twenty., miles apart in a'straight line, are separated less. than 360 iiiiles o: rail by 'the shortest'route, viz., Criahmrich, Balquihidder, Perth and Inverness. Yet another in- congruity is that the neatest railway station to the town of Port Ellen; on the Island "of Lslay, if we except the small local town of 'Campbell town; is Bixliycubtlcv in Ireland.. A'j'IXG DAKOTA (Winnipeg 1'reo Press.) in; the" process of de- veioprnont is' 4iways more'.or less cursed with' the.-shark and curbstone Those were Father Cou-j other. placesUidinev of Minot and Kaihcr K. Dv. ami Mrs. Stoney of Belfast; frcr. O'Xoill, of St. Thomas. j land, are visiting their soils at' their should say that near Lethbridge. LxHhbridge is not "aillicied as have yet it is not. entirely free from;' parasites. These artists make it their business .to get hold of the. buyers that the re- sponsible-land dealers brought here from other misrepresent the dealings of these companies, and to.try io sell them the lands they to own. There would be no j ago. There': a re objection to this if their dealings were j coming n 'fair But fhey tire not iair as; they "sell: poor, land for the price of good making; false statements concerning the'soil, the water, and other mat- ters.' Cases have been known where they have sold laud for which they Have no title "and where they have taken in the innocent immigrant to .the extent of four to ten dollars per acre. A man after finding out that .lie has been taken in, goes home pre-" pared to k'iioek ;.tha country. .The people of; Lethbridge :should do their best to put these lellbws out of com- mission us: "a hindrance to legitimate' business and will give the city a" bad' name. There is not much s Lethbridge men in this the chief o [Tenders being men in from 'neighboring "towns as soon -as Rome of the large cbihpame-s bring; in a bunch-pf lahd- -scjiKer's' to "steal them. Every effort should be put; forth- to protect the legitimate dealer who does some- thing Tiiare for the. city than to pay his board bill and'to protect the in- from the .'shark. (Winnipeg 1-reo Press.) J i up the deficiency, and it is likely thai Two well .known v.s.tors from at thjs North Dakota were in the city _ tcrday, being, at the Le-! of my congregation have left Xorfh Dakota to come to saiil Father ConsiiHne to the Jr'ree. Press.4 "They have either rented-or .soldi their LO taken over by .the Toijsh who.' settled; in, the country; some years few !or no r farms but. 'dp; j come back'.' Their hind lioiiig I into our dlstru-t, arrived Iowa. It, is. e surplus population who are leu cicj not much wonder ..that- our jople aiv 'coniing to" tey were 'all' or i gi nal ly vOaiiad ians, i ih _ ond they are coming buck home. They liiiidr which' they say. to be 'of an excellent FRUIT St. Catherliies, April en Thouipaoii, extensive: fniit- grow- er> in .'Niagara says saw fruit prospects looking better. GOVERNMENT APPOINTMENTS TIiC' residents'of' petition-! ing the Provincial Government f other justice oi the peace. William .Stafford has. been: recoinT mended by the people bi-Bowville-as a COMING TO OUR OWN i and the, surrounding: trict last' own .For many years -..Southern Alberta has been sidetracked by the .railway. great land; panics vinV.faVor.oL the horth'r.but now ..the. tide -has turned. 'The records of the" P.ast .fexv- -years; have 'been such -that- the; attention of "the prospective not .'be aside'.-- The land .men ;of are-recognizing this, us" is the: fact that of to .operate in abandonJng--to "a "-operations other parts.- .There -sire more r "settlers coming'.to Southern ;-Alberla today than' ever more than are going toroth- of the "west: .next-year two will see the this -.that hits' ever been ".kriownj: eclipsing even the rushes.'that' have made :other Watch Lethbridge: district grow. ONTARIO -Montreal, Apri 1 "'foliowiiig iloni 5 ri'a t ions for' the Leg isl'a ture .'.took place i n Oriia rio yesterday-: North Huron, John T. ;Currie, Hastings, A. Coiiscr- .Soiith Jithc-son treasurer Wellington, Conservative; PAY .OF LAND-SURVEYORS Ottawa, April An order in c cil has been passed increasing' the ot employed hy ,'the goyeriiment- .stin-ey of town- ships, jn! the West from per day for ordinary 'services and to per -day for the .sur- veys of block -outlines; and for services requiring "special qualifications. inspector' of 'surveys 'whose eniploy- nic-nt is continuous will he day while at :wotk_in field :ancl ?5 per "day. while: gaged mVoffice work. Increases are made -necessary" because the..- present .pay "'has failed to rimluce a- sufticient ninriber of men 16 qualifv- as Domin- ion land' surveyors. _ 'FINE CROP PROSPECTS farmers of the Lethbridge dis- congratulated-. upon -.the' eminently successful scedinp sca- spn they have. Conditions have .weather. has rain of the past few-.days .coming at the most oppor- tune time. was in such shape as. to make nn ideal seed-bed. -Vnever, been better. perfect, thc- SON OF IRELAND WRITES EditoV of r-- j Bear. .Appleby; of I 0. "E. "rushing to public print to correct others. I see he 5 Scotland for "cziiliiig "thnt revered: the late Sir Henry Campbell-Banner-, man, the prime minister and informs him'with sill'the 'swank' -Labor has not been scarce. .There is i imaginable lhat Sir .IF. ;U.r j not an acre of winter wheat.-.rcported to be winter killed. Altogether the prospects of a bumper crop this year. have, never been surpassed. With ordinary conditions during the remainder of.the season, the crop of 1008 will surpass .even the record breaker of last year..'.-: now-holds that position. I would like Tiro. the presi- dent of the S. 0. E., how long Herbert Asquith has held the title of "Sir" Yours, etc., Son of Ireland. OUR POINT OF VIEW Winston" Churchill would much pre- fer fighting the Boers to the woman gists, during 1907; was so far-- as the goyernuient djg up to to-iialte up; year; the_ government is change .in the system of hail insur- The grain growers and vthe lo- tion placed themselves on favoring compulsory system is not' likely that such be in troiluced .without the government first, making a 'thorough .investigation': government 'realizes tliut- soiru wwii SBuA Fit t i BJT, Matcriiil, jiinl Exclusive Nn Two Garments Mwie Alike. Low Pricw Weekly orJIootUy PtjrMtfU gowned.write to 30S Fm MJtilvtfttiil Cl. i V guarantee i muck "PROGRESS SuitorfOverccot Nantqn, a Mason 6 Risch Mtaiatnrt J lly.; 21st v i J-'-.-.- BIG MONEY IN .MUSKRAT8 aw IT tHHi Bnu MR) 3 than tlast'year. U iVaneoaver cham- '--The good -bout .of fiftcca litM 111 ii ti 11 ii ii M li Asquith is not poincf to have an easy road to .travel in British .The'town that .was bom lucky, or the iown that was born with a sil- in its'-mouth, is Jfcdi- i Acrorrling to the New York Sun's 1.... accoun t, of the Visi t of-, i he American "Everythiog was boys .from 'street' car rides; to nil sorts of badg- esi tWt insisted on. pinniuff on their "mrtnly. bosoms.; -The exub- erance was sov strong that it. even'. reported ;.that several notorious -dead boats- hurried "around town .what they owefI. Consequently there '.yas a prty we get up ceiebra-1 lion here that would make .some ccrtnc around to" pAy their The Dead Sport j Buys his and cricket goods from the; live dealer at: the, right price. Embrocation, is only _ necessa ry: .yp.u bny at prices that keep your eyes filled with tears. How can yon shoot ah aight We don't sell embrocation THE EARTH WOBBLED very little when our picture framcr went away. :We arc doing better work then ever with less gas. The- finishing touches, to notisc-clcaning are Pktirrw." Otir. prices arc always s Length'; oJeel 6 4 feet G inches. Suitable for. any Canadian in. "Art richly., ficurcd-mahogany. by jnusicians of' note, the: finest made piano listed at home in at any of Mason k Ware-- I'.'..''-. FIVE PRIZES (LADIES ilfl JL For the fivt answers from ;Cfl'' (4) ManiUba, Alberta, I Mil Ml I Mill If 'i Maritime Provinces, British Columbia; AT AT in the .last, line oC.the "which .j.s ?hov7n below, arid then send it, accompanied by if tin label a package.of Tea, red or .''gold-label; (embossed lid wrappers of TaWt Jtlty any eistitJes the reader to send in one Limerick. You may send in as many Limericks as you like, so long as a tin lid or wrappers accompany each Limerick. defeated pion tonight rounds who out the for'- uhis? T> jr back liawdcr won 6rJcV.CTVrt.ftrf good JtT.-is mattcr'i'tp should niaJse; gopd.' ih and roll; of the All V.V....LIMCIIICK furthest actoffvi Tea as the in tm true kept in in _..... rotind tL.-ixd a nisi the ropes all the L fierce battle' in IJtbe fifteenth put; tip i iwe-' and iWi4s of- I agree to abide by'the decision of the Editor TVTMail and Empire, as final and'enter the competition on 1hia stand my.'.--. SIGNAT15HK, ADDRESS The competition will be decided by the Editor Empire, decision Telopes be addressed "Liptor's and Empire, Toronto, not later than the. Uat dfty, April 1W8. Answers mast bj prepaid ;kt letter ff hanjfing "on; like. sailor.'--- company's St.- Defective were ;The walls" of convent; in" bC The aecMent is attributed .to frw.t. brigjhi -Veports" tlvey not come up to: thVifle. from Rice..-Lake.'; A" gwc catch at the northern Ironi 30 to 49 pells every day.; LETMBWIDOt K A 8HARMAN in eriry.. third notice 'cfcck. -_ Tlxe ReraM; Saturdays Cnanfcfl for. should be nqrhts, p.': in -V isitofa r'lil ways 'wekoia< tKWTM-WCrr