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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta MIDAY, rtiftUAMY 1108, Dtfly Herald t br Dully Herald Printing lawful "evening' at iu office. Round St., Lahbridge, Canada. A. BUCHANAN Editor. Di- Subscription sae delirerod Cflonth, delivered, r, three delivered. one month, delivered year, by mail Daily, fix months, by mail Dttiy, three by mail Herald, one year 1.50 M9C 2.W I.B0 .K 3.00 L75 .85 arc thnt prohibition U in their best interests, Mr. Cushing is too sincere a mori to remain silent when, a matter of this nature is under discussion. He j holds certain, views on this question) and is nol Koing U> bury thorn for i thi> of riflU'o. i A VALUABLE LIBRARY J. Itobertson, provincial librar- ian, of Manitoba, asks the govern- ment of that province to provide him with larger iiuurlers. as the library is overcrowded now. Ilis request should be granted, for if ever a pro- vince possessed a library, and a lib- rarian that it should treasure it is of large body of without flrtt giving oppor- tunity of approving or disapproving of that opinion. OUR POINT OF VIEW K. not dead yet. It some of these on thy sqtwe a problem that will pop up days and the ami the following scale is given j the location of the court-house wasj Ordinary visit, rental to to 5s: rental to 3s 7s; rental to 5s to severely criticized, by one or two. os a speakers, ami the action of the sign-! word each insertion. No advertise-, ors ;vas subject to criticism.! 10s nent for less than 25c. Six t People have a right to an Night visit, double an ordinary vi- sit. this should be is hard to deter- insertions for price of four, j Initial letters, abbreviations, j murks, each figure and i i count as full words. When preferred by the Council and thej home, rental to Is Gd; ren repliea are to be forwarded_send ot Trade was not acceptable to have a right pi-etVrence and if the sitej Mileage beyond two miles from lOc. extra to corer postage. Terms j Marriages, and eenu ererr insertion to present their views likewise to the' tal to 2s; .rental to 2s Gd. Display Rate card at "Daily Herald" Of-1 the choose io sign Detention per half hours, rental authorities. The wording ot the pe-j to 2s Gd to 5s; rental tii.ion placed the matter squarely be- oenta per.count line; dis- cctint to reg-lar advertisers. Subject ApprovaMAil advertise- iubject to approval of man- agement of "Daily Herald." DAILY HERALD NEWS AND OF- FICE iTAFF- O. D. AUSTIN, City Editor. 4OHM TORRAHCE, and Attifttant Buainess Man- if anyone did not he could refuse. The HIM GRIMM, Accountant. JOB DEPARTMENT. Tbe Herald lob Department is the beet equipped in Southern Alberta. Ill of handled expe- numbcr of people who sign petitions icnoraiitly fortunately is very small. The large number of signatures on the petition is an evidence not only of a strong preference for the Barr racks site but'also an evidence, that the people are. willing to accept an opportunity to express an opinioa. Mr. Cushing wanted to know the will of the-people whether the square! i should be the site or not. But no j opportunity was given.. The nus signatures on the petition canj be read by the, combined council and j executive as a protest against their; to 3s Gd to 7s; rental to 5s to ,10s Gd. Attendance on servants, rental to 2s 6d; rental 3s fjd; rental to 3s Gd to 5s. t rental to 2ls; rental to 21s to 63s; rent- al to 63s to 105a. Administering chloroform, rental to 10s 6d; rental, to 21fi: rental 42s. OQ ti al O r Siy TWre's a BOME-MADt CAKE AND SAURS' CAIE Try a piece of our MADEIRA, CHEERY or SULTANA CAKE and. t you will be .SUKE there's difference and its all in favor of CITY BAKERY PHONE 213 easily from iiie fact that our bottled-Kocxls are sa- perior to all others, because it will bo impressed upon you by your friends and impresspd upon you when you sample qri'r delicious ginger ale and cidp.r. cream and lemon sodas, pure bcor and ironbrew. LETHBR1DGE BREWING MALTING''CeMPANY, LTD. Build up M .J local Mvstry.. I m. OLIVER'S PLANING MILL -I ii tte Cu- tf i iifiTLETS FOR MEN Special Price: Office, Vards and Factory: lit! IIMPU ITIttTI Telephone 153 I In the Basement But still on Cop. Three Chair Barber Shop Electrical Massage. Newest Things in. Private Post Cards Cigars and Tobaccos Priest Gloves m. _' 5 Driving Mitts Driving Gauntlets I.M.Banks Co Whitney Block, I I II i DAIRY PRODUCE CD. Milk, Cream, Butter Eggs I PHONE 229 C. P.VR. COMPLAINS That It Mail Contract if Sneed Limit Was Enforced (Western Associated Otawa, Senate rail-! way comitiec compiencod the con- siiicration of Lancaster's bill to re- (Toronto Telegram) A member's of parliament at disregard of the rights of the sholild: for this aaliafactbrily. Walter j to cxpress their preference of a site, j a.-weck -pension that is being offered Manaflerof the Job Dcpart- X-o man in a public position has; to who a any right to make his personal op- jworkJnS the C.P.R. inion authoritive in the face of time the speed oi trains at crossings.j For the C. Drinkwaterj stated the''reductions would increase! the 73- hour schedule of the recently inaugurated Limited" to'.' a hundred hours and will lose the I British mail contract for .the. faro {East. The return to i [the Suez 'canal'route. Senator Bique i in view >f affected: suggested -iiiat amSuhrfent. be' sidered- at the nest meeting, giving i 4 the railway board authority to make] exceptions to the ten mile rule. AN The-Edmonton Saturday News in its last issue said: At a later stage in the debate. Hon. Mr. .Gushing said that he had all his life both in practice and pre ccpt, advocated prohibition. He felt it would be in the best.inter- ests of this country if it had total prohibition. But whatever the in- dividual views of n man on this! question, when it came to placing' legislation on the.statute book, there must be reasonable ground to feel that it could be enforced." Mr. Cushing's words remind one too much o: the honeyed eloquence with which Hon. Oeo. W. Ross us- ed to stave off temperance delega- tions. Jt matters not in the slight est what Mr. Cushing's views as a. private individual ure. He was speaking in tKis instance as a mem ber of the legislature and as a Ca- binet Minister, lly :cither'believes as a public policy or he does not. He cannot avail him- self of two personalities in the mat tcr without getting into trouble. If it is doubtful whether there is "reasonable ground to feel that it could be we do not sec how at time thu Minister I of'Public Works can "feel that "it! be in thus interests of; the "country, if it had total prohi- bition." j The News is trying to get a slap] at Mr, Cushing without any reason whatever. The Minister of Public Works says he believes prohibition 1 would be in the best interests of A I- t berta if it could be enforced. That's! defensible utterance. He be- Sieves in prohibition, "but there must] tie'reasonable ground to believe thatj it can be enforced." Certainly. Mr. i .Cushipg is a sensible man and he! certainly docs not -want prohibition; an a law if it cannot be enforced. He.; knows full Veil, that the principle, he believes suffer under auch circumstances. lion. G; W. KOMS' attitude towards prohibition and thai of M.r. Cushing' at variance. Mr. Roixrv prom-j ised temperance legislation to thej people and never gave it to thcni. j .Kr, Gushing does not promise, any-j ihinr, but is manly and honest cn- owgh to te-H, the public what believes is in the best intemtai of people. Ho_- is ytl, ready to make that peraou- ftl belief lav, forcing other people; to accept kir, views. Rather he will! Mitil .the majority of the people' ELECTORS Non-Electors OF THE THE STORY OF ALBERTA'S TELEPHONES (By Kon. W. H. Cushing.) Obeying the call of a petition largely signed by a few per- sons whose handwriting is very similar to that of R. Sage, the picture framer, we have open- ed a new branch to our business ItttlHUOOMPWlQI M SOFT MIIIIS HNHTHII The fountain appears to be oi solid silver except the hole and stands on a real marble- topped counter, the fluid dis- pensed thereat will compos- ed of. genuine Fruit Syrups, and quite awanting in the Sul- phuric. Acid properties from which you may have suffered now r.nd again. The Ice Cream am! Coffee parlor will be named the ALADDIN And cavities will bn fillc-d to order. It has been so named because of its "dim religious light" and its remoteness from "thn madding crowd." A high class piano will be one of its and the late t musical pieces will be always on deck. Among the pieces received this weck, one entitled "On- ions" is and try it on the piano. During 1903 any may, with perfect propriety, bring a Lad to the Alp.ddin.. Our stock of Stationery, Mus- ical In irumcriia, Fancy Goods, and Frame and Room Mould- ings hss got rather low lately but watch it from now on! TKRCm HHI said Valentines? Our second supply arrives Sun- day morning. (Continued from Yesterday's Paper.) Following out the policy that was suggested-in niy remarks last sesion, j the government has pushed its tele- j phone construction vigorously, during the past year. We have---bought out the telephone business in the Crow's 1 Xest Pass installed exchanges be tween the various towns in the Pass to Macleod, purchased the Macleo'd exchange and through our system of 4 -nstance, the line from Calgary to j A 1 Banff arid from to a greater portion of both lines through a very mountainous part of the country, and .we encountered i conditions and timber and hard gravel thnt made it somewhat! ciifncult and to construct. Our line from Edmonton to" Lloyd- minster was somewhat "difficult in L this regard owing to the fact that] in many cases we had to cut out exchange of business with the Belli Telephone Company it is posible to whore this line was constructed telephone from Coleman in the the vnA .in to this city and to the town of Lloyd- ininster also from constructed iinea from the town of Coleman to Siettler, a distance of 62 miles. to Daysland a dis- tance of 63 miles, putting in exchang- es at the various points on these lines where they were required. -We also constructed a line from Edmonton to Lloydminiater n distance of 203 miles. We bought out the interests of the city of Edmontoir in a rural line betwer-n former part of the season made it exceedingly difficult to deliver the poles where they wore required lelhbrMoe -lotel WATCHES, JEWELRY, Etc. Broken., main- spring. needs-. cleaning, brok- en parts or, any tiling- else 2 matler. JEWELRY need soldering, stones altering size or made larger. Brooches, chains, pins or anything else in the jewelry lines netd repairing. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY HANDFORD c C of the Watch Ford St' near e IS ON THE MARKET All Orders Strictl Attended to The Leading Hotels of the City Well equipped Good service Travellers' Headquarters Hotel Coaldale Exclusively L i Rooms Single, and En Suite Cafe in connection Henderson ft" Dcwner, Prop. SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS along the linos. Also owing to labor condkicus and the extra cost of terial, poles and wire, last year, Maniloba' Saskatchewan, Alberta. Cash Must be Paid on Delivery MS MM FfOp. Balmoral Hotel BEST DAY HOTEL IN THE SOUTH COUNTRY GIVE! IT A TRIAL IsriE Hi. Coal mining rightsvof the Dominion Saskatchewan, Alberta. lines that have been built'have !llie'.Yukon Territory, the Xorlh-West more expensive than any lines that! Territories and British Columbia, may.; if! comemplatc building this 'yeaijbe leased for a tcriti of twenty-one j are likely to bo. One reason is fti Qn annual rental of an wire is very much lower this yoar and we have got out a consider- j acre. able numbvr of poles last winter with j De leased to one applicant. _ alao bought out the at Lloydmin.ster, ao that the Govern- ment at present own all the exchang- es between Edmonton and Lloyd- for our work thy coming season, that with the lower price in materia1 and the better condition of the coun minster and have started to build try that likely to have to In .surveyed territory the la.nrl must he described by sections, or le-j ;al subdivisions of sections, nnd-mj-f a rural extension line north from Duild territory thft tract appli-'A> expect that oui ed for shall be staked out. tf -trill i ly' Vcgrevillc to Brosscau's Crosing. We! f w11 C0ht. US Consid Each aPPlication accom-Ss? twelve" miles of this" line! "flbly lpte lha" thcy Iast yoar! )anied a which will b ihtructed. We have also a ff'tcr {.-efunded if the rights applied for are mplatcd. j available but not .otherwise. A Kent Cost Down j -oyalty shall be paid on the mer- that town. We have also line from j Jf T may bc allowcd to make thif j-har.table output of the mine at the Edmonton to Namyoa, via New Lon- l say that we haw j rate of five cents-per ton. every care- in order to con Every lessee oi coal mining, rights struct our lines at 35 low a cost of i .vhich are not being operated shall Iiie Visiting Season Enstou is ready to meet tlie wants of families and ton-' ristsvrho need Trunks.Snlt Cases. Club and CT.lfidstonn -.Bsiga holiday trips I carry full range at'prices ymi dojt't object io pay. A.LEAST 5- 1 Meets 1st and 3rd M o n d ays in K. of P. Hall at 8 Visiting brethren are cordially invited. y. G. DAVIES, W.P. T. J. WHITE, W. S. Nest-.of Owb T.cthbridge Nest of No. will the first and third Sundays oi each I mouth in K. of P. Hall. G. V. STORKEY, Secrctaary.- C. ROSS TATE, M. PRIEST. Junior Past I have construe the line from Edmonton to Loduci and have installed an exchange in i don to Battcnburg, a- total distance of thirty miles, and it is likely this line will be extended on towards Atha- basco landing. i Exttnt of System Thia Mr. Speaker, is a brief resume j of.ihe work that has been accomplish- ed by the telephone branch of our Government since we commenced op- erations in September of 1906 We have nt present 544 milea of Ion? distance lines in the most up-to-datv: manner with number practicable, commensurate with good L furnish the district Agent of Domin- and substantial work in order U ion Lands with a sworn statement'to, keep the cost of capital account low j hat effect at least once in each year.! so thnt we would be vhlo'togivc thr .The lease will include the oaal _ ...-.I LADNDRY For a First Class Job try us. "MAH TAI V Snd Door So nth of Auction Mart. e Pride. ,of.. Alberta, No. 293. of Eeglaii leufit Seikti ,_. J Mcrt in .th? prery nnd.tktn! ThnnKar in at S p.m. Visiti..g bivthren TVnltcr ;ppTehyT Fred T. 8 peoplc lho ficrvic, wo werc pro but the lescc may be permitted to- purchase whatever Available surface rights may be-eon-, ndcred necessary for the working of Ihe mine at the fate of an Ipr them nt the, lowest.possibU price, and I think, Mn Speaker, wher our syslc-m has heon fairly well com pleted in the Province, and if w in what it is-propoaorl to un 1 For full information application! dertakc this town thould.bc made to the Secretary of! froir i of the Interior, 0> r Sub-Agent off Lodgs 'No. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF j STATIONARY ENGINEERS j Meet in the Labor -.Hall erery aeo and and fourth" in tW month. .Employers rvquiring.wrtiSeated CB-: Stove Pipes alto Cleaned i and engineers out o{ cmptoy- do well t Cleaning Co, tt SIS ft, town in ....-Alberta wire on a cheaper plan. Some of the linea that have been expensive to build owing to the phy- sical conditions of the country that we to construct through for I bc connected with copper wires, or j well as o considerable number r.-fs j rural districU which are asking fo: lis telephone convenience. One of the questions asked by thr (Continued on Dominion Lands. W. HURON LIBERALS NOMINATE 1 j Toronton, Fc-b. West Huron I' j Liberals held a convention at Gode-1 nnd nominated Wil- 'Deputy Minister or the Interior, j jam Prondfoot, K. C., !cr the Lc- K.B. Unauthorized publication of eislaturc, M. G. Cameron, the- present his advertisement will .not. be 'paid iwcmbor announced that, he-' would' for. run afain. ROBERT, NEVIN, Chief. GEO. BRUCE, Secrcuiry- 44-lyrd.w L. M. JOHNSTONt Solicitor Office adjoining Unjon ;