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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta fully sorry to liked your bed-as in'1900 it That 'was, a blow -to Haultmn Hope to be back eating- according to Tory logic, that uhen Jas. T. "Brown, M.KP., his In Ajd "1 and board fine. soon side house men have committed are upon thorn every minute 'made hard. 1 given four or fivo course and ;an expensive mattress to sleep upon, j third more. Correspondence that! his views unu supported JEIauUuaa in That may be the custom in Montana cost in 1906 would cost but-S20! the Provincial campaign but he is an In point of Jfuct the The same aui- They are not ount and weight of correspondence in as in 1900 would have cost one- House Commons. Brown is out, vof the1 ablest -lawyers in Suskatche wan and in. politics is particularly well informed. lie is independent iu and h' it is there i inutit "be anxious to spend their in this year of grace. For y3 years, or. almost frpnit Cou- jai'y in' filling their prisons with fcl-j federation, -there had boon deficits in admirer ol' Sir Wilfrid Laur- That he elected, though has AD i'i. Month Per inch. i SCARCITY OF HOUSES An'advertisement sa furnished! rent in the Herald brought] at least a dozen inquiries to this from people who were seating; strong opponent, It. S. lows who And -the bed and fare in tua rostoffiee. In the eighteen years'Lake, the present member, is pretty gaol preferable -to work. A prison was never meant to be heaven. Jt may not be hell- but it is a place >of punishment anyway, .and thank goodness there is little danger 01 Van What's His visit tc the fiaol. REPEALING AN ACT ___ An act has been introduced in the house, proof could te'AHxjrta Legislature providing for -Imper- Kng- of Conservative rule, from 1879 to, nearly certain. 1896, there never had a deficit of; less and it had been Since the general election of ofitavd of the scarcity of houses in the this city. To -the man who will in- cancellation Debtors Act the as hiirh as During those- .there have been -1-1 bye-elwtions, "of eighteen years the deficits in the' which the .Literals have carried 05, Postolfice totalled and thC' Conservatives 9. London And every agnation for. cheaper post ft-ent Xorth Bruce age was answered by pointing lo the oral, Colchester. Conservative, and dotlck. JSt. .John, X.JJ.', Labv-ruiV "This left It is a study -to see happened the parties.as they were at the gen- as soon as the Liberal government so -the return of South JI took charge of things. The change Huron to ,the Liberals makes a gain i FOR THURSDAY his money to the ia.-tms city" a fortune is await will L scarcity be of' lish civil law was introduced in the j Xorth West Territories hy 1870 and by virtue this the Imperial Debt- of'ors Act of 1869 became the law ofj c place in July, f extravagance could of for the government. j'the Territories and'therefore of Al- ;J not be closed at once. Contracts'had j to be allowed-to ran-their term. N'e-' vertheless during: that year the deficit .was reduced from, to s As.- long as t ..people wm --r.- {340. By 1898 it was down to Stam op their residence here, j berta. Lnoer this when judg-i __ ISo matter how much this city may was, recorded against a debtor roea as a goCd" location for a summons could be out by the or employment, 'they Judging creditor calling on the judgj before locating unless debtor to show causes why he I should make payments out of his a O1 lor which he must ever be wages or income to appiv on tne moneyed' men of this city have I debt. An, order usually issued re- aa opportunity not only to make a j quiring judgment debtor to ap- but to assist in the -twice, are able to gat a home Hon. Mr. Mulock then -thought it opportune to take step that j suuuui post- cOur- 'Ji A girl of millions weds a Count. But -the millions-count- morn with Count than the- Countess. The roa-d leading from the city to the traffic .bridge, KTJ am told, im covered with stones, -that are causing endless -trouble -to farmers driving in- The -citv of the city. HO SET BACK c Winnipeg Free Press" is not informed on the telephone situ- in Alberta. K says: :'Th0 pol- ity oC the Alberta government has- a temporary When where? will the Free Frees kind- 3y inform us. The Alberta govern- 4oant has constructed, all the lines ift planneri and a lot of new 'lines _be undertaken this year. The Tress seemingly under- sfcWKl-- that" in. loss than, two vears the government has constructed fcpQ miles of -telephone lines- Ke- sieniber.r'it has "constructed" "not purchased from the Bell Company. the only telephone ser- vice between Edmonton and Lloyd- anJniaccr. serving such large towns as nowned in the annals of tho penny .postare- followed im- In -the meantime the needs of the Yukon and _ Atlin Lake miaiers were pressing on the government, and that ia court a t a certain data, if he failed to make the payments called for, and he was liable to imprison- ment on account of his failure to pay A large number are in prison today! altogether abnormal-call for in England under tfafe rne arose -Between the aurosplvru repeal of tie 'act- does away ra'te aod the chlns the such laws in this province. deficit went up to six fig- cirtly it only availed in It stance by a judgment creditor ID ta 1900, and in berta. in thirty-three years. des-t 109--but as s INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR {1901, but 1902 -saw the first surplus It was a mo- it has crown Hon. 3fr. Cross has introduced his bill for the organization, o' Al- berta Industrial School for .ii--vs to the Legislature. This measure is a verj- important one. It defines as the object of the school 'the custody and detention with a. view to their educa- tion, industrial training and moral j reclamation of such boys as shall be to 39S.268 1904 .......i. .._................. 304.784 1905 ..'..................l" 1906 ................1 In opposition to -triumphant admin.- The wejrthcr, it is true, if> lie around just now -n i but don't worry it for ronto. the mercury has dropped low as 14 degrees aid jou know Means down there! dump and !r .Muntn-ol it is'36 below 'ami m OtLa..va, Dr. IX-Veber is pining J-ouinern Alfer ta, while trying-to :JOK plcaj'Xat at -8 degrees. Then in'Omemee, Oat-, tlie people are huddling tog-fb-r in 38 degi-ees Ijelow igj is the best spot w.Ouna-la uu us weather is concerned. China Sable Stole. 1 only a very, fine article, and worth It is to be. hoped -the Board of j Persian Lamb Collar, 1 in black, a 'very, close-curl and sable trimming. Reg- for Alatki Stole, a fine finish, sold regularly S 16.00 FOP SI 2.75 Imitation Lamb Coats, worth. For M.M istration of this kind have a- lot of charges that are as and "in- Trade annual mtreting next week will i -be attejKled by a representative ga- thering- of business men. The "Board11 palpable as th-g about as satisfying. A jury them out of court without 'lea- has a splendid work to perform inv the advancement of Lethbridge "and 'a proper interest, should be taken in its 'j lawfully sentenced to confinement.' Port Saskatcbcwanl Vegreville. Ver- j therein." The ofScers of the school: l e- )OX" j __------- anil Lloydininistsr with' include a superiutondent, astorej _ Soaie of the anti-prohibition Tories distance' 'connection and lo'cal' ex- i keeper and steward, a matron, onej POINT. OF. VIEW. arc. trying to rinake out that Con. change service. And jt is'the same! or more schoolmasters, a s.urgeoa TJie East published scare- head lines 'Hubert is not a Tory. One thing west and "north of Ed--i trade instructors and overseers. Inj last -win-t-cr about 'the terrible certain "he is iiot a prohibitionist Grey Thibet Muff, 1 only, a real swell Forjfii Prices fop 2 0 N L Y Ladies' Black Astrachan 'Coats', sizes 34 and 40. Regu- lar price To clear -J 4. from" Lacombe to Stet is to te "kept and when boys have earn i :n.ar punished with, 42 below may move. required number of good zero weather, while the people-of, tl and hav0 proficiency in; West are going aromid ivithout" over-, and industrial habits, they} coats, and erjoyincr Califor-' Conservatives' past historj" i wast fr-jm Calgarj- to Banff and from including iiacleod to B, C.. "Preparations, j Dcingv made to install a govern- be released but not atim'a -And the bsst of it Is, exchange in. Cafgarr. Does one yenr Ijccn spent in thej Southern AJfcerta, al, any rate, TJS- tnoug-h the telephone po j The main object of the! uaiiy "has a mild winter. licy of the Alberta government had i school, as is generally understood, received a should to keep juvenile prisoners away fronij thing about the new court acrt.. G-QYttranaeD't ownership of tel-' surroundings of gtxols and] house site and that is it is con is tlie outstanding- feature of' prison? where the older and -worse venleiit tu the. Herald OfT.ee. xbe Alberta, acoiinistratlon and the! criminals are confined. The school u.iajiicaousiy supporting it. aim to so mHuencs the lives of Turriil's raking lion- -with lunibc-r deals.. ratiier made IIn Bojrtien and his.friends they had touched the subject. The attitudu of the Boarils of Trade; its inmates, that they .will be reform- j started. off Out., county couple? i life Thf of business cliauges in since the Herald" was es- ta birshed is remarkable. Many new businesses have established and a number of bid ones having chanired hands.. But that is to Southern Alberta was that and prepared to lead respectable should be left to deal] lives- when their 'term closes. -The fifty -ago -in a.log with ai expects, in a new and grou-ing city, team- of They celebrated their' the Bell Telephone Co. in what- f object is commendable and the es-j golden wedding in a luxurious larmj The male teaclters ot Toronto, oth- way it considered best but thej tablishment of thf school in --fuej home, and a local paper mentions than principals of the public school feeling is that there is 10 early history of the provinces is i that they have an automobile. The' staff, 'want their maximum salary Lodgs No. i NORTH-WEST OF-j STATIONARY ENGINEERS i Meet in, the L'abor Hall every sec-j 1 oncl and fourth Mondays, in, the! i month. _ I requiring certificated en- j i and engineera out of employ- ment, would do -well to communicate .wioh.us. EGBERT KEVIN, .Chief. GEO., BKUCE, Secretary. w-eossity for the to -the company- on the matter. government has a. sys- of Its own, Manitoba had not un -the Bell. The Bell will haxe -to approach the Al- I'-erta. govtnuoent first -and then Only very reasonable proposition It expect -to dispose of its Alber- ta systeim. praiseworthy. THE SQUARE l-e-2'a.l advice practically declares that public buildings cannot plac- transition in Alberta will be just as rapid only, it is lifcely the" 50 years i wedded farmer will own an air ship to be instead of at present. They cost husband, wife, and two children HEAD OPFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Capital........................- Keserve and Undivided Profits.. BOARD OF" DIRECTORS The manner in'-'-which the Dominion, government pro-tects laborers'of the instead jof. an auto: on square and that the no voice in the control of city the AGRI-CULTURAL CONDITIONS Hon....Sydney Fisher. Minister square. If that is -then the city should approach the A. R, I, Com- pany and ascertain if the agreement j concerning this big plot of- ground cannot be altered to permit' a build- ing or -two being -enacted there to im- was one of the speakers prove the appearance of the propcr- other day. at the -Eastern Gntar- j.-ty. Ikairymen's Association in Picton. j This year's After tracing- the development of'Ag- -th-e minister made some linacly 'remarks oa agricultural con- at tba present tim-a. Among icr -things ho corwlitior.s are passing Can- is -getting more at- than any other branch of indus-trj'. lyfore is done for it in ;-jhe way of experiment and free in- jtruction than for any other. Whsxt was Once the drudgery of soil i is becoming of soil. To- day, who is -the Jtnin who is out. runninja: his competitors in indus- try tjut the fanner, who takes ad- of the world is learn angf.about 'seals', and soils ami .sea- sons, or who, fn-rhaps, is a natc of one of our offrscultiiral colleges? The transition of o.gricul- into a. profession is near at 3iaad. I apjxjal lo hearers remain -n-hn fain The Attorney Columbia snarls can Hoss, 3LP. that General of British and barks at Dun- (living- comfortably as follows: Unav- country- who from time to time contractors doing govern- ment work is seen by the fact that medicines, house last yoar 150 fair wage schedules laundry, car fare. oidable Rent. food, I f 300; clothing, attendance and dental S15; water, f6; f f will soon be calling fcim To wser IH-X. _ unavoidable and nr Ttnvvsfr A Toronto brewer he will not vet not unnec- essary items include .church, recrea- tion and entertamnjcntt, travel, books were prepared by -the officers of the department of labor. Sin "the department was organized domestic help, periodicals, years ago nearly schedules of sit on the general hospital board benevolence, fees and sports, 'this nature have been issued. On that got to do with the hospital? city council however does not scein to favor the location of public buildings on -the square. They retained as a park and! as a breathing spot- If that is their j policy they should get busy and make j to strengthen its' telephone system it a park, for it is not worthy of the; throughout the province by establish-, name now. It is really a. an exchange in Calgary, thus g-iv eyesore to every admirerj ing the other government line with Aid. Foster, because the latter.the amounts being from, lid to tlie basis of these fair wages sched- votod for a reduction of the number! Provision against sickriess placed at ules which fix on rates prevail-, of licenses in the city. has j brings-the total amount up to inS in the localities in which the The teachers say that some work is being done, due .regard being of them have found it necessary to taken to the cost of living "in the take in boarders, teach in the even- localities concerned. Sir JB. Mon tagn Allan President Jonathan Hodgson, Escj. Vice-Presideiit C R. Hosmer. Esq., Thos. Lonjf, Esq., C. P. Smith, Esq., Hugh A. Allan, Esq., C. M. Esq., Alex. Bornet, Esq., F. Orr Lewis, Esq. E. F. Hebden General Maaager The Bank has 119 branches and agenciVs diatrilmteA throughout Canada. New York Agency; 63 and 65 Wail St. SAVING S BASE ACCOUNTS invited, and special tion is paid to small deposits. Interest at 3 per cent -per annum, componnued four times a year. Drafts. Money Orders and Letters of Credit, payable in part of the world, at current rates The provincial government is going ings, etr. LETHBKJDOE E. W. McMULLEN, Minifer A. ,T. Hobertson's renuncia'tion of the Opposition leadership was no ex- i doubt caused by the balkihess of his of. the beautiful. changes; connection with the leading one follower Con, Hiebert, The Herald argued in favor of the j city of jkhe. province. Instead of' placing of the court house on the going to the Bell 'Telephone Company square but it now bows -to the will jurying that the company sell out its of the people, as expressed through i system, the case will be reversed the. city council, and accepts their de-t and the company will soon be going ci.sion, though believing, that if tho; -to Kon. Mr. Gushing and praying city had gone the right way About] him to take their property ofT then- The mem for hasn't-been broken in yct aild man from River docsn'-t how to 'control0 him. it haye .arranged the loca- hands. The gox'emment system is tion of all public buildings on the! getting such a strong hold, upon the square. The .Herald took province that it cannot help but S. McKensie's strong and sens- ible appeal on behalf of the Young Men's Club should .'be heeded by the citizens of Lethbridge. No institu- tion in the ci-t.yjs worthy-of more it the country. To you who son or daughter at -the-.-city', college, train him or new profes- ftcn for thi.-s old, yet. sion... JJrinsr'... them One -thing 'the council must accept, and that is ihe responsibility for the location of the court house. They blarr.e it -on the govern- ment. The Ici't the choi'ce with-.them, because they considered thoy knew the desires of the. people; Weak Kidneys VAN' KLOOTWYCK'S COMPLAI NT Von. Klootwvciv's in irhklt he lietirvil vigorous adjectives Biwn-his 'treatment in the Tvethbri-dge serve a good -Lhe prison system on this side the line Canada ift not conduct- it's prisons with the aim of so its prisoners that when trtgir ends they smile at th-e gaoler TRIUMPHANT ADMINISTRATION- Tiro management of the under Liberal offices is typical of the spirit 'thnt has prevailed in all'de- partments points out the Toronto Globe.- The Tory press would be in its statis- tics another proof that the people were" being higher now than in the '4. Tory days. In the PostofH-j revenue by MM! bkl farewell in words, "Aw- them amounted to where- strenfrthen .them. Dr. Shoop's Restorative is a medicine prepared to roach these controilins To doctor the Kidnevs is luuie. it is a of time, and of money M If your back aches or is weak, if the urine you have symptoms ney dficase. try Dr. month- Tablets; or what it nan will ao lor you. Druwist recoirmiead and sell Dr. Shoop's Ml club. i The Presbyter-'.in lost, of its y the Hcv. Dr. i o: G-ielfh. lie t was'a pioneer of west- j cm Ontario and the greatness ..nd man is evidenced by UlC fact" that over one congregation -durmg hii> .'jntire o.vrear i