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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LIT K 10 I, AI t ft T A.VW1' MMUAftV I, III! DaUy Herald the Western States. IT. H. is also the director of the Experiaon tal Farm at Lethbriuge. hai firwly aa meat for arUlHUDt oMabir difr putes, and principle by tlii' Daily Herald IVntinjt Co.. Ltd-, every lawful evoning. at Its' ofliciv lleaiid St., Lethbridgi-. Canadu. .W.-A. BUCHANAN, Managing Oi- and Editor, r Subscription Ratse wie. year, uVm w'd OC Daily, six month, delivered, 2 CC Ddily. three mont'-s, delhTt'd 1.00 Daily one month, delivered 'Daily, one year, by wail Daily, six months, by mail 1.75 Daily, three inbitihs, by mail .86 Weekly ''.Herald; one year 1.50 Addresses as often as de but both new and old address must, be'given. Subscribers will pleissc remit which" should be given for n t. 'iittcitiH term. Remit by Fxpres> Order, P.O. Order, and Bank Order. muy b? bent direct or through any newKflValer.l Address coinnnin- ioftmjis to THE.'- I.luTHBUlDGK HKKALD. .U'thbndge, Alberta, Ca- Jcinics Murray of the Brandon Ex- conciliation it embodies ap- pcrhnontal Farm for a number of j-plied it years''is another man employed by (success. ihe department of agriculture to been harder to in some i? lectures on farming. Surely the'than in others, but'when reached it has proved an unqualified The basis of settlement will not say llr. .Murray is ig- has been found A true solvent. norani of conditions. .What President KHot seeras toad McKillican of the Seed Lab- mire most ixbcul the new law is the oratory, Calvary, lius spent wide .difference between it and arbi yours in the among the farmers! tratioa, inasmuch as at the end .of and brings to bear upon his work a! the enquiry neither party is compell thorough training n tin; to accept the decision of tfc agriculture' and an unbounded enLhu-i Conciliation Board. The employer is in the future of the industry; left free to lock his a on out and the 3.00! in Alberta. No one fs mora capable i men are at liberty to strike. But Iho 35 siasm to.advise the farmers along the lines'.general experience is "that they of rational seed Blunting '.Kan McKillican. Then there is 0. II. llutton of iho Lucombo thor- ough, .practical, Jinil sci :n ull his work, and one h-is. t'iv. n s-tie cial study to the ne.fds of tl.o er in this province. Mr. MitCM.'l the chief weed inspector luxs had vera.1 veurs eNpftHrtiico in has travelled from one of the have not done so. on the other hand, In arbitration its compulsorj features destroy its power for per manent usefulness. Dr. Eliot declared, "never did settle un industrial warfare and never will In fact, arbitration is a positive in ducement to strike or lockout. I always a compromise between ex treme and unjust demands and ha always failed." This means that ar if our friends wh'o luvor us with man uscript for publication wish reji-cU-d Articles returned they in.ull cases send stamp.- for 'hat purpose. NOTICE' TO SUBSCRIBERS. to receive tht Daily will-pleuse notify the Inisiiu'Ss office, plione or uther- wise, at tbe eaffiest possible mo- iiu-nt, so Uiut prompt delivery "may ensured. To en.sure change of "contract adver liseinent in" the .Daily Herald, copy be sent in Hot later than 0 .'-o'clock, p. m. oi the evening befon publication. Transient display, aci 'svEtisemente will be received tip U 10 o'clock a. in. of the day of pub lie-it .and .want udvertisement.- up to 2.00 p. ni. RATES cent a word each insertion. No advertise- ment for less than.25c. Six con- insertions for price of four. -Initial letters, abbreviations, and "c" marks, ea'ch figure and C'junt a? full .words. When replies: nre .to be forwarded iOc. extra: to cover postage. cash. BJr-ths, Marriages, and "cents every insertion. 'Contract Display Advertisements- Kate card at "Daily Herald" Of rice. cents per com.t line; dis- .count "to regular advertisers. Subject to advertise- ments subject to approval of mau- of "Dailv Herald." province to the other. Jle cannot bitration leaves friction behind dubbed stranger ui' western conditions. Ti.e onlv from the east is Mr. T li Annual By IM7 C ahich produces fresh irritation anU iiai'ji, reerutlescence of the sore, as has been the case in more than one who lectures on dairy grain, lie lias l-ooj' j' with the Dominion Se.-l JJranch I'or a num her i of years, is a thorough and prac- tical fanner made a s'sccess 'in his own 'native province. He has many things to tell western men and even old timers that is good for them to learn. Tlie fanners of the West are not above learning and re-. ceiving suggestions from capable and railway and industrial dispute that has been arbitrated upon. It is an interesting fact that while investigation under Mr. tmcux's act. may bo conducted in public, it has not as a. rule been found necessurv to throw the doors open. While the. sittings have been kield in private, there is the dread of uubiicity which promotes a spirit of A' issued by iho Lkenw Branch of departioent. of At- toruey for the year''ending IXxremlxr 31st, lW7, _ kiiows tiiat there are 207 licensed in the province of Alberta, one hotel, to people. marks an increase of 17 hotels for. live year, Tbe number of licenses re- mains, the last year, namely, 34. During year 10 hotel license cancelAwl, and four wholesale li- cense applications were cancelled. Tne statement shows a marked in- iu number of. visits paid by the iuapactors. During 1908 thore were 833 inspections made, compared with 210 in 1906. The result has that many improvements have noted in the accommodation and especially in the better heating of public houiMtt in-the winter season The new act ami regulations went in- to effect ou July 1st of lait year and operated very successfully and .Inspections on ac- applications do not include the 833 special inspections made in- the; year 45 were d for violation of the law. thcs-aamc period 140 convic- tions of non-licensees are recorded. The total realized amounted to B. St K. i Bolted Oats In 8 Ib. Bags 45c Just Received I Tbt Bflrttej Co. IU. u M JIB raparts A fov loti 40 ft. bf 140 ft..oa Ave, North lot for Termt down, f 10 per mouth without Albert a Realty Co reasonableness. President Eliot tried iron of the other provinces of 'As soon as it known that there Canada. On the contrary, we are! is to be an enquiry both sides begin i sure that the mingling of eastern andj ask themselves; "Have we a western ideas will be productive good and mutually, beneficial. ot OUR POINT OF VIEW Remember the J3oard .oL.Trade an- nual mectinK tonight. If you are send! interested in the city's welfare-, you should be present. 'Strathmbre, d new town in the C. P.U. irrigated ing: for the agricultural college. Ma- Glcichcn, Lacoinbe, and High River, all want it. Next! Ono at a. time please. DAILY AND OF- FICE O. D: AUSTIN, City Editor. v JOHN TORRANCE, Canvasser, Col- .lector and Assistant Business Man- ager.- MTSS GRIMM, Accountant. JOB DEPARTMENT, The Herald Tob Department is the equipped in southern Alberta. Al? cTasses' of wq'rk handled expe- -Walter Jordan, Manager Job Depart- ment. Telephone 106. Why not .bore for gas on the square The boring outfit might- beautify it. TL couldn't make it look much worse than it does at" present. Evidently tinj Electric Light Co. i not eager to dispose of its plant to the city. If it was, it would hav. gone two hundred feet more anc struck the gas: ifessrs. Freeman and Peat think that is to be found there. The discovery Tvouid "hav rceant the city would, according t the agreement, have been .compelled to take over the electric plant. FREE BOOKS The announcement- is made by Pre- miec'llRutherfard, is. also Minis- ter of Education, that the province The immigration department has completed its returns for the pas calendar year: The arrivals for th year 1907 are compared wit for 190G, aa 61 464. There arrived by .ocean port- against an ir nd as the fear of publicity is ever Before' them, the one in the wrong ;ives in and a settlement is made." One of the chief merits of the law is tlie soothing effect "it has upon the contending parties It pre- 'eiits strikes or. lockouts until there been., an investigation and that gives time for excitement to die down. FUTURE OF SHEEP MARKET readers to the public! crease of Vrom the United schools-Nof the province, is one that States arrivals were corn- province will be heartily received by everyone. pared with a decrease of The public alwaxs approvos any step 231. The increase by ocean ports made -towards freer primary -cduca-1 was 45 cert., making a net in- tiont ,-ItMS felt that a public school crcuse of 23 per cent, education is the heritage of every child and anything done to allow the 'youth to enter fully into that heri- tage-is recognized as right and just. For many years it has been recog- -tiized that' the readers at present in use were not suitable and that anew series should be provided. That the government in conjunction A GREAT TRIBUTE TO THE LEM- IEUX ACT {.Montreal Herald.) A very handsome, compliment has been paid by the revered presi- of Harvard University to the (Chicago Live Stock, Journal.) The high week in sheep and lambs thus-far this year was three week ago, when prices were 25 and 40; cents higher than the preceding week During the second week of this month best lambs sold up to 87.40, or the highest since Oct. 23, while best sheep then made Since that time prices have see-sawed, with the general trend of values toward a lower le.vel, until lamb ending the week of Jan. 25 were 25 and 40 cents under the high spot and sheep loand _25 cents off. Last Monday's advance put lambs within 10 and 15 cents of.the high time and sheep were fully as high as any time of the year, Tuesday's prices were 10 and 25c. .lower on and 25 and 50 cents off on! lambs from a year ago. However offerings are now selling n.OO and higher than the low spot in December, when choice lambs went around Light receipts are needed to .help the market along in the near future until the .eastern outlet, is more promising, as markets in the east have been overstocked; and this has had a bearish effect on the trade here." With receipts at western markets this month around short of the aame period last year'feeders can readily sec what a hardship excessive shipments direct from feed lots to eastern markets have worked on the LIQUOR LAWS STRICT The are especially strict with, respect to the, sale ,of li- quor by persons. The on- of proving the possession of a liccn.se is incumbent upon the defend- ant. Proof of the consumption of liquor or its intended consumption end the illicit'use of same is held to be proved possession of. liquor on the premises. Liquor, is specified to comprehend all spirituous and r" ;Rnd alt. combination of liquors that contains, more than 21 cent, of proof .spirits. Twenty-eight individuals were in- terdicted, and three persons convict- ed for supplying liquor to interdicts. During the last three months six hotel licenses have been suspended on account of unsanitary and unclean These were Queen's Ho- tel, Claresho'm; Cogley and Royal Hotels', Tevrs in a leauer that smacks' of cynicism takes fling at the qualifications of the min employed by the department of agriculture to-conduct farmer's institute-work-in the province this winter. While admitting-that the plan .of campaign is an excellent one .and quite necessary the News states "the officials in, often are new to the country''and .all1 are ignorant to the are laughed at hy the. old Such is the cri-' trcism of .What ca.n are the mea the government has employed to lecture on the best methods of fanning, scetl planting, and dairy work.- there: is-rThomas AVoolford of Cardston, ten years a farmer in Sou- I th-irn Alherta, and one- of the men. in. the whole province that has made SL success of growing clover and The other rcan is W. II.