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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE LETH BRIDGE DAILY .MONDAY, FElMUAttY 2, 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1507 Published Hlrjld Printing Ce Ltd., every lawful tvenlrj Hs offict, Slxlh St., tethbridge. Alberta. Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN-Manajins Director T. W. QUAYLE-Manjging Edllcr JOHN Manager PHONE: Advertising. Circulation and Jcb Departments 1252. PHONE: Editcrlal, Rep or tc rial and News Department 122-1 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 ve.ir. OeJh-erci! 5 the million in ils cheapest form, Tuoving pictures may be regarded amongst Hit! 'greatest benefactions of the present century. "With this view it is not surprising that a paper like Lc Matin, should suggest that the French government subsidize Ihc industry. Without ex- pressing any opinion as to Hie advisability of any government giving such support, we merely al- lude lo the suggestion as emphii.six.ing Ihe im- porlance of moving pictures from a national slnndpoint. Thai is to say so long as I hey are confined to what is regarded as legitimate in the ,way of being wholesome and educative. To come nearer home lo these exhibitions. ;i attends, tlie commissioners' meet- ings, handles the motions, and keeps the records-straight like au old hind at tbe-lvr'u. She Is like- wise: her own. stenographer, EG that at any time tho city clerk has nothing for her to-do, the stenog- rapher 13 always in demand. -Miss Jones was born at Sarnis, Ont., where she received her edu- _____ ed the teaching profession, but realizing that there was not scope, enpiigh In that call- ing, she came ivest, and has tieen connected with trie city clerk's de- partment for three years, where she look such.an interest in her that she mastered the de- tails of tho office, .thus fitting her- self lo step Into the breach, and win for herself, by card unremitt- ing labor, the liono'r cf being Ca- nada's first lidy city.clerk. The Fanners, hacked up by the government, have entered the liail insurance Held. It seems as if Alberta farmers beginning lo realize the full value of co-operation, they have learned thai the provincial government is be- hind them in any legitimate co-operative enter- prise they ______'.__ RECENT BUY UP OF' EXISTING There is no fault fo llnd with the decision of 3 PAPERS IN MONTREAL the Commissioners to raise money tins year for CAUSES DECISION construction work nest year. Tluit is the right i DON- Island. Alta., Jan. Fri- day the residents of Row Is- land and districts were afforded a treat seldom equalled in a cor-ujjarativel.r newty-scitled dUtrlou U was arranged in connection with tho short coarse school of agrk'itlture, which 'has been In session all this week, and was held In tho J.O.O.K. hall and under tho auspices of Bcw Is- land Hoard cf Trade. Fifteen, min- utes before tlie speakers took their seats OH the platform every vacant chair vca's occupied and many turned away, and about one-thtrd of present had to squeeze Into the ami Eland at the rear of the lall during the syeeches of the- evening, and; present After word 5 expressed (hSiusPlves in giving loud of the evening's entertainment. Tue meeting was presided over by Mr. F. J. Henderson, president of the Board of Trade, and with him on tho rtat- j form vere Hon. Duncan -Marshall, i mlntsler of Agriculture of the prov- Ince; Deputy-Minister George liar- court. Dr. Tory, president ot tbe Uni- versity of Alberta; Hon. A. J. -McLean, the local member, and Alex. Galbraltb, famous horse breeder and importer. Hon. A. J. -McLean gave a short ad- dress, introducing the speakers of the and was followed by Mr. Alex. Galbraith, wiio in a humorous instructive address, entertained the audience for fifteen minutes and was warmly apiriamled. Depuly-niin- istcr of Agriculture George I Jar court followed with nn excellently prepared address, giving statistics shoeing the large amount of farm uroducts that are being imported into the province yearly, and urging the farmers of this district lo get into tnixAl farming, and showing the largely increased profits they would enjoy-by doing so. Mr. Harcourt was followed by Dr. Tory, who gave an address seldom en Joyed by people outside of a large city. Dr. Tory referred back to the eartleft forms of and followed them step by step up till the present period, sho'wlng the advancement of education according to tho requirements of Ihe different ages. referred to the enVIy days when countries -were con- tinually engaged in deadly .warfare to the days when spiritual education nas considered all that was needed, aud so on down, to the present enlight- ened age when, all of the 'various bnvr.rhes of training were required to man. successful in life, and followed on and enlarged on the bene- fits of. special courses, of training along "the lines a student intended to folioiv for his future livelihood. Tho Hon. Duncan Marshall was given a great ovation, and gave on hour's ad- rsEs that TV as greatly appreciated by U present. He gavo a. vGudensed re- sume of what bis department hud done and were endeavoring to do for the betterment of the farmers of the province, and by the continued ap- plause of those present it vras evident that the efforts of hia department wero highly regarded and appreciated by the farmers in attendance. The public meeting "was concluded about ten-thirty, by the singing of "Clod Savo the After tho public meeting the Board COLLECTIONS OF ALL KINDS WE GET THE MONEY WHEN OTHERS FAIL THE- Brown Mercantile Agencies Phone 1624 103 Sherlock Building The Largest Collection Firm in Ihe West Painters and Decorators Will You Accept This Book FREE! Our New No. 5 Catalogue is bricttul of useful facts, faithful Uhisirstions, valuable descriptions anil right prices. It's reriscij and greater than ever. our catalogue you can I ell wliat you OUGHT lo ray ;iny goods you Tins is yoar chance to set iu close touch with a live, progressive Louse handling the, most complete line of PAINTS, VARNISHES and PAINT- ERS' S.UPPLIES in UiU tveMera count rr. Don't rtelay in tendiny your tsame anil address for cur oatylogne to tho WESTERN PAINT COMPANY 121 CHARLOTTE STREET WINNIPEG, HAN. HANDLE EVERYTHING FOR THE E BUIIER Fftl DAIRY HERO TEST GIVES SOME FOOD FOR REFLECTIVE THOUGHT While glancing over tie results ol the dairy recent? could not help I ot pour.iis of fat per cow. During the same was displayed indicating that ilairy larms arc producing very little. ml more, bul tlicy don't do it until they keep records and knovt- which sliould lie and which shoul.l not. A man-iiiimeu Peter St. of Monkland station, finttl'5100 and costs by ilagistrate Davis of Cornwall, on a charge of selling liquor in a local option municipality. way, as we have learned by experience. When offers of 85 or more are made for our homls il is a -sort? touch to see go at S'2. Hut that is Heat-real, Jan. The "Herald- it is announced, will be the title of the newspaper: which will rise out of the amalgamation ol the Hcr- one of Hie lessons we have learned, and il is not aid and the Telegraph. It is further that the Hon. W..H. Fielding 'will he president ol this new organ- body of women look upon IhuniDulvcs lo visit the various movie shows in Calgary, and united in a verdict that there was nothing objeclionaiile j Municipal and likely we will let il occur again. The High River Times, which swears alk'g- iancc lo all things Conservative, says free oats is.what western farmers need worse-than any- thing else. The Times cannot see ifs way clear to go Ihe limit and tidvocnle free wheal. The edict from Ollawn is.thai free whonl shall he liihoocd for the time being. Of course, the mere fact that farmer, as a body all over ,he ask for ficc wheat cuts no figure, either wilh the fiov-uhc majority ol those who arc at eminent or the Times. It is free oats llu-y need, jprcsciit on H.c Telegraph and IleraU. and editor of this latest of Liberal organ'i. No more time be lost between Itie cessation of piiblication ol the Herald ami the Telegraph the is U-iing of the first r.umher of the am- altianiated organ than It will 'labc to pneasc an aieqiiate s-.aft. Tin's mat- ter wit] prf-sont no difficulties, (or the staffs will furnish suffici- what Ihe lanncrh ownership is one in any .of Ihem. may safely say thai thelof the big issues wilh Ihe people across Hie line can In; rendered with respect lot these clays. The postmaster-general has sub ihe exhibitions in the picture houses in our own scribed lo Ihc; faith I Wimp tiirrc is no dcnr.iie announce- nunt as lo time, It is circled i (her TICSV pai'tT xvill he. on the street 'wiUiln a week, as many of the num- erous details have already been ar- ranged. entertained the visitors nnd tho i council at a bar.nuet in tho Myrtle Hotel dining room. Ailur a aumiUu- o-js reoast the following toasti were r.roposeri and responded to: "The King." proposed by Toastmas- ler Henderson; "Educational Legisla- tion and Advancement of liie Province of responded to by Dr. Tory and Professor Stephens: 'The Coun- cil of Bow was propoacd'by Mr. A. r. Werts and responded to by- Mayor and Alderman Cot- ton; "The Members of the Alberla. Legislature11 was responded to by the Hon. Duncan Marshall nod Dcpuly- MinUter Harcourl; "Industrial Effort weighing every day, or only on and Development of Bow Island" waa j daP month. Is Ihcrc any ROOI! proposed by W. J. Douglas and re- "aion why ymir cows shfiulil not av- sponded (o hy 'Mr. Warren Overpach and G. M. Mlackstock, LL.D.; "The Ladies" (God Mess 'em) as renpond- ed lo hy Hr. Pateraon; ''Our Host and responded to bx Mrs. Rldgc- Oalc-. Other out-of-lovrn visitors were Mr. Lewis, of trie Short-Coursr: school, and 'Messrs. Winters nnd l.cwjs, of tho Ca- nadhn Paclllc Hallway. 3-m-Dne oUfr-r all Talking 3-b-Orva ol! hinalti peferily ivi milk, onr listed giving a .yield of only 125 pounds ol milk per acre. Wilh a dairy farm oats, clover and alfalfa, pretty gooil jrasluro, it should not he very difficult to inoiiucc 2.000 vounils of milk, per ncrc and at the time increase tho fertility rf tlie soil. This system should, yield an income of over thirly dollars per acre instead ol the insignificant average of fr.e dollars and seieply-nine cenls which was the average yield per acre culti- vated including pasture given ortid- ally as the average iclurn Iruni five thousand cows in Ontario. The ncres need not he idle more than the. cows are yours jusi common acres, 01 dairy acres The herd will avcvagr- licttci if the poor cows are weeded out. Do: you know lor ccrlnin which they arc? You can easily dt-tect them if you records on forms supplied free nolrcu 3-Ia-OM cil ii jtHcl-Jf d r> mj Il OCT.. olit, tam ot ii dsfi tVs b-jneji. vtu-jwti hy the dairy division, Ottawa. Stale in your letter if you want [jrins for eragc at six thousand jiuuniU tif milfi Many men are gelling lliis, pify. So long as a judicious censorship conlinucs Jo be exercised and ihe appeal made iu what is test in liumdn nature, nioviuj; piclures will, in The people arc beginning j to realize lhal if lliw can for service pro- vided by private corporuliDiis, Ihc snniu 'lime rolling big stirphiKcs. they am own and imin- bringing wholesome ainusenienl in ils cheapest age their own utilities. And Ihcy arc righl. Can- form, be a boon to the gcnrrnl public. In the enormous trouble! aiid findertnkcn by the producers of molion films, in giving tlie public the highest am! most realistic ada, and particularly Wcsfi-rn Caiiixlii. luis far in Ibis direction, and we have few fears we will ever live lo rcgrol Hay we bi'gan iiuinng- ing our oyn ROUGH created son- Oil THE CHURCH Jan. Oaborne ewliat of a senaation nt LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE Yesterday vsas the Hosing clay at the school. Ttic nveraxo attemlaiicn during tho week was about three hun- dred. J. Stephens, principal of Iho Clarcflholm acbool of agriculture, look tho grain work, nnd J. D. Smith, chid weed inspector, spoke, on tho eradica- tion of weeds, a. very valuable ta.lure. SO. NAMB CIS Crow's NeH 51! Crow's Nest EiDress 12 Hoo-Kpofcino Flyer 11 Soo-Spokano Klyer 612 Local Txical Ixical Wesloy Jfciho'llat College when he Plated thai for tho church lo es- pouse any C.JIISG or candidate practi- cally foredoomed them lo defeat. .Prof. btated thai (lio Fro- chinch lodai cicrled Illtlc In- fluence over HB nierrrherfl. SHE WANTS A DIVORCE Otlawa, Jan. Bertha clnda Graham, of Pine. Grove, York clnda Graham, of Pino Grove, York 607 Local Effective Oct. AKFUVAL3 IV1OM ..........Kootrnay ..........Mcillclne Hat ..........Siiokane ..........St. Pniil hrook................ ..........Mullrlno Hill ..........Coults ..........Canlston................. ..........Calgary In-iincli) TO ARRIVrt 4.31 fi.O? ...lo.JO ...10.15 ...11.15 DEI'AHTUUES NAMK Crow's Neat Crov's Nesl County, Ont, 1.5 npjilylng lor a divorce .J from her huftand. Albert Uussell Ora- ham, now of.Calgary. In addition to jj cd lli> of n-ligious training In the Ihe usual charge, deEerUpr, on Ihc of Ihe defendant Is alleged. 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