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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta JuL, A A A. i. .fcyV, 7 W W, ,.f Lcthbndgc Herald I NUNTIMO oo., ITD: DincMT AMI Editor. iftlGHT IN LIFr In the rush of business affairs in this city a good mtfny neglect to devote any time to the beautification of our' homes. One can along our streets aud find many homes that are unpaiuted. Around others not a blade of grass or single tree or to be The Her- ald regreis this tendency. It believes in nicely .painted houses. It believes in lawns and gardens, believes make good citizens because they make j i happier men and women and especial- i OPERATION ADVERTISING Per Month 11.00-per Inch j b" happier children. We can all FOREIGNERS AND FIREARMS ford a aud a garden. Is. .isn t j the acreage that makes a fis the thought and pleasant care that! go into it and the fragrance and beau- ty come out of it thai make ti% garden. So a box may hoM' PtNCHKK CREf K Nf Wt a Lot African Vtterant TAMR m Vwtry Tabor April following Pincher Creek. April prairie fire broke out of town "I there today. The lire originated from 1 changes have taken pluce in the'H. the burning of some straw stacks I X. 3K P. which were "thought to bo out. Quite Corporal JBarscholl who has been a large area was burned und quite here is transferred to Medi- nutuber from town were called__put cine Hut distrietv Constable to assist in fighting tho fire. t ii> transferred from .Lethbridge The Pincher Creek oddfellows held; Tuber in room of Corporal Barschcll. a church service in the Methodist' Constable Mureheson arrived here' j Church today.' There was a good J morning Letlibridge by f j turn-out and the parade from the train and proceeded with horse toj hall to the" church was admired bv Medicine Hat. j all who saw it. They were heudsd' Mr. Karpmvs, lute manager of the j by the Pincher Creek band. Rev. t Reliance Mine has been appointed ii. Seeley preached a very forcible; Mine manager of the Canada West If there is any one thing that a man is! Mr. Bordea civil service j-closec Jn-touch'or'better understands reiotai one of the- prominent planks I the requirements of this countrv than i, party. s 1 Xfie Conservative party 'in. the their minutes, of the- last general meeting, after which Mr. Davies, churcH ward- Several new j built: There House 01 has frequently voiced its opposition to the appoint- ment of members ol parliament ta' positions. mentioning that; Frank Oliver. He rhas given evidence i __. of Ms administrative-ability in his! amended'coal iand, regulations, amended timber regulations, his con-i-' duct, of the-.immigration.department. ana in the land bill he placed before j the session." In'' I.yiutt, j present. 'KSchef Creek" is thriving. OUR POINT OF VIEW L, completed jiml ready. en> read .the "statement of accounte J which showed a deficit on the amount residences are. being1 j promised to be subscribed, "6ul whici: he 'stated, a good portion ivas lectable." place on the 'matter when it -was most urgent-' j ly requested' that' those" in arrears nindeT way NEW SETTLERS s. John and beiore -ends all -a. liberal government is in, power'at j j'vff-'- i tin. Ottawa and that explains the atti-j proven tbat_ _ __ ._ joi Canada JJel -Conservatives were in [has that F fc at t power civil service reform, was never mentioned 'above a aud il." wrcno-rc any he- is TO this counts i tO to obstruc the -PuMc i 20th, to Mr. and M Taber ApE." tbe ncv cluirch'officers 'then proceeded lock as church warden. "On the'j- motion of Mr. best Loleinaji court? have- one of the .-'n the-, state of the finances, excellent.' A reduction in- the ount' received from- the large number have signified thoir intention of joining Tbe club, among them1 many wild :have bowled r east and many who are anxious in the gp. on the stjjp to-.rards self Aaniversary. service' ed for whicn will be held" thej third'. Sabbath in May. 1 Brooders 4nd Supplies .VOU--WANT a batcher tbat-does sot.require watcliing and ment of -the Interior is' fully as sat- isfactory if not more so i than that of his maysulTer. This, j, a mat- ry. a son. Monday. April Con Ot ,1 7 v people admire. the v- But thaV'wo.3 a long time ago. IVhat about the presuat r, JVf Conservative government is in honest and clean man "-who jiower The 'Conserva-! says he is in hearty transactions in public life. In corel with 3fr. Burden's policy opinion no uum .in the Ottaxva way lie goes about the re- caoinet stands, higher this lorin of the? in that 01 ier. i? vince is" by appomting an 3I.P.P. sher- -There is not .a iff oi Hastings- County. in his public career. He 1-t is up io Jtr. Borde.ii to road the administers his department with the i Ontario premier out of tho party object of serving fho best'inter- so business is constantly de-" layed, and the cost to the people ow- the Conservative tactics is reater than all the alleged and graft about which so f lictuu unu so little proved. boys. tical capital may be made. The go-' At Ea-vmond-Born m. Palmer, on 3 To the wife of y, a-daugh- ter. ay delegate to i nd Mr. Powell a delegate. The following wtre appointed on select vestry: Mr. Powell, Mr. diocesan-! Mr. Martin. The auditors for Endorsed and usedjn more Dominion Government Colleges i Cpllege. Ouelph Dominion College Ottawa f and counts, fu-bt- fot" VioL filling of. the People position" of bheriff-iDv' promotion of of of lor upyoin ting- pT o offic Conservative party is eagei" for service reioiiu on tho platform but in practice it ne- it. At a Conservative the W. C. ALL IS PEACE NOW (meeting at Collingwood, Ont., other day, included i the Lacrosse League That the typf, of man Chnadu A" JBaSistrate' D- c- Toronlo. April 24.-Everything in ir-N ?ervice. Integrity.' lion- i i r' .Division Clerk. ;m oilicial now lovely ami harmonious in the __ 'esty and high in "a man of j "-average are preferable ev- THE AGE OF BRITISH err timc to great ability, going hand iin wlth unscrupiilousnsss and! Herbert 11. Asquuh, the new Prime cardess methods of administration. appointed by The Conservative National Lacrosse L-eacue. President eminent. That is a fine way to re- TiionijmoR and Jem AYhlte of 3Iontre- jform the civil service. aJ, "this morninar settled the difief- and Mr. J A unanimous vote of thanks was passed to the Guild, the or- i choirmaster and choir, for the valuable and voluntary ayst-.n was in-, BACK TO SASKATCHEWAN stalled. In politics he was a The soil was in such shape as to make an ideal seed-ljed. fort u.1 a. and was the energetic president of tbei hnmx _ ttiJUUL Liberal Association. The Cardston to lose men of t satisfactory to them. All teams are'a surPlus remaining, which 1 am au-j now satisfied and the season win failthorized to place on 'the market for j j 85 cents per bushel, sacked, delivered j at country stations. These oats have all been imported recently, either from Prince Edward Island or Great Britain. The Brit- oati comprise Abundance, Banner, in 111 afford his progressive type. Premier Whitney of Onturio is a straightforward politician. He im- presses one as plain and blunt aud FRUIT PROSPECTS BETTER Island oa-ts are an milling variety, weight 39 to 40 pound per bushel. Besides the above a quantity is ert Mr Baliour runs closely, however, him somewhat !prospects of a h his mere fifty- r havc nn not an acre of winter wheat reported politicians '1T 'to be winter killed. recent times- The other dai' he distnct, says he never[ shel on the same terms and condi mies: for three generations, since he r to I Labor not scarce, w-'as but lorty-seven when he succeed- fA iTr. Gladstone. Altogether the i bumper crop this I was in the Legislature as to! u t u ____' been surpassed. time the Provincial elections two when he caught up the mantle }with ordl-narv comlEtions duri th would be held. Xow thai is usually lallen from the shoulders of Lord Sa- I iMMB lisbury. It is not easy m these days to im-1 vear jagine any time like that of the sec-' Pitt, who fought himself! into the Premiership when, a mere! COMING TO OUR OWN of twenty-two. lacking the smoothness that has Ont. April 2 White Alberta grown oats are als extensive fruit grow-1 available for sale at 70 cents per bu friait is looking better. AUCTION remainder of thc season, thc crop State Secret but the Prernier did 1903 will surpass even the record 'not hedffe in his reply' He said the on in either June' or September. Only once before did t An auction SALE P. M. Sharp i I-ethbridgc and the surrounding dis- trict at last coming to their own !Por jears Southern Alberta [has been sidetracked by thc railwav A large number of citizens who are companies and the great land ENFORCE THE BY-LAW endeavoring to beautify their prem- ises are complaining bitterly that their efforts are being destroyed by thc horses and cattle that are being a premier ever give as straight a tip property wil Ibe of the following held ..on .-the North to his opponents and that was in the! Wesl quarter of Section 16. Township Hays of Hon. Arthur Sturgis Hardy. 16 Range 22, West of the Fourth NMer- when hc called in James Pliny AVhit- 1 idian in the Province of Alberta, ney, then leader of thc Opposition, and consulted hiiri as to the date of the elections. about 2 1-2 miles South of Reid Hill panics in favOr of the north but'now j La Patrie, a French paper that has the tide has turned. The records of the '-past few years have been such that the attention of thc prospective allowed to roam all over the city. settler has been secured and wall not Trees planted are being broken and! be turned aside. The land men uprooted, lawns and boulevards arc being destroyed and otherwise abus- ed. Tt seems too bad that tho by- governing the caring of animals inside''the city limits are .not being Enforced. There is no encouragement lor the- citizens to spend time, labor money in improving and beauti- property if there is to be no given. If the owners have not regard enough tfie rights <6f 'Other people the the north are recognizing this as is s.x-n from the fact. that many of them are endeavoring to operate in thc south, abandoning to a certain extent operations in other parts. forged to the front rank of Canadian newspapers within'the past few years is moving into one of the finest ncws- Office, on premises of the iat( Nicholas on Fridav, May 1st, 1 p.m. 2 teams of work mares. 1 colt. 1 McCormick binder 8 ft. cut, trol- ley pull. paper offices in the land. It has 1 plough, and stubble frontage of seventy-five feet and is i mould boards. six stories jn height, in addition to a-. basement and sub basement. Ev- ery department of this live and pro- gressive newspaper is equipped the most modem conveniences. There are settlers coming to j its press Southern Alberta today than ever be presses each with fore and more than arc going to oth- er 'parts of the n-osfc. The next year or two will see' the greatest move- ment, to this part that has ever been known, eclipsing even the rushes that city ,wfould talic vigorous measures have made othc-i1 places famous, to educate tfhem .along these liocs. Watch Lothbridge district grow. with In room it has three i a capacity j of papers an hour. La Patrie has been in the possession of the Tortc family in recent times. The late Israel Tartc was a brilliant writer and his sons who new conduct the business, enjoy the reputation of all round newspaper men. International harrow, 3 pieces. 1 Fairchilds wagon. 2 sets double harness. About 500 bushels good oats. 300 bushels wheat. Small quantity of potatoes. 2 stacks of feed. Furniture and cooking utensils. Terms Cash. THE TRUSTS GUARANTEE CO., LimiUd, Public Administrators. G. NEIDICf. itw Auctioneer. tions-. All Of the above are white varieties and are the finest procurable, and upon arrival have been very careful ly recleaned. These oats will: be sold in two ways, either for cash or on time. "When sold for cash, postal or ex- press orders, currency, or marked cheque must accompany order. All cheques must be made payable at Ed- monton. When sold on time, applicants will be required tcr give chattel mortgage for seed the same as required ot ap- plicants for the regular seed grain distribution. There is no limit to the quantity that will be supplied to any appli- cant. All orders for Alberta mu-st, be made to Geo. :Harcourt, Deputy Minister of Agriculture, Edmonton. Orders will be filled as received un- til the surplus is disposed of. Named varieties ordered by customers will be supplied as far as possible, but the reserves-the right of substituting any ofs the above var ieties if unable to supply the one desired. C. C. CASTLE, Purchasing Agent, Box 1327, April 21, 1908. Winnipeg, Man. 1154-26-1-aa Will Sell Retail or in Block J. T. McKinney WKitnty Blocjk Lethbridge, Alta. ESTABLISHED Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided BOARD OF Alian DIRECTORS Jonathan Hodgson, Esq. Vice-President C. R. Hoerner, Esq.. Thos. Esq., C. F. Smith. Esq., Hugh A. Allan. Esq.. C. H. Hays, Esq.. Alex. Barnet, Esq.' F. Orr Lewis, Esq. E.F.Hebden..........................General Manager The Bank has 119 branches and agencies distributed throughout Canada. New York Agency, 63 and 65 Wall St. SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS invited, and special tuHMftpaid to'small deposits. Interest at 3 per cent per annum, compounded four times a year. Drafts, Money Orders and Letters of Credit, payable in any part of the world, at current rates BBAXCH- E. W. McMULLEN, ;