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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta DaByHcrflM ami PriDted by the Daily Herald Printing. Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at Bound St., LetHbridge, Canada. and Editor. Subscription: on '-'would to be good arrant if not an necessity for the more general introduction ol dairy in Vhc Usthbridsv ami surrounding dis-l tricts. i The nearby markets of British Col- umbia will safeguard us asainst over production oven with a very consider ubk- development o: the industry, ALiERTA. MONDAY Olds, InnUfail, Findastoll, Deer, Evar.ts, BlaekJfalds, La- Arnual Reooft of Dairy Commission-! combe. Content, Korlvillp, Fnrry m( 01- Daily, one year, Daily, six vuonth, delivered, Daily, tlirce months, delivered.. Daily, one month, delivered Daily, one year, by mail Daily, months, hy mail Daily, iKree months, .IS Weekly Herald, one year I .M Addresses changed as often as de 2.M .96 3.00 OUR POINT OF VIEW. Now Brunswick is travelling in hard luck. It is up against terrible :vnd a general Marker Has Issued The report of Dairy Commissioner Murker is to Imud. There out.stoiiding features in the One is i growth en intent i lie- work shown by the addition of new creamery stations during the year and the establishment t-ow- associiitions by which storms, cold weather election. Despatches toll us that the Thaw fan Hy ure to pet rid of Harry wife by hnvinff the marriage >s cnansco. as oiten us but both uew nnd old address I declared void. What rank ingrati- tude? Thaw would have been elec- trocuted long ago, had it not been for the loyalty his young wife, who bared all her past life, to save him- The Thaws knew all about Hurrv's wife before the wedding am! sired; must be given. Subscribers will please remit with order which should be given {o? a term. Remit by Express Order, P.O. Order, ;md Hank Monty Order. Vrdcrs may be sent direct or through (MIT newsdealer. Address katioua to THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD, Lethbridge, Alberta, Ca- nada. Bank, Wetaskiwiu, itosenroll, Stony Plain, Martins. SU-uler, CrossQwld, 1'ir.e Oro'.-k, IVunbey. l-unerton, and Spring Lake. average productivity in herds may be improved. Another feature is the reduction of the total output for the season in spite of an increase in the number of creamery centres and the third feature is a considerable in- crease in price pound for iho out- put. The quality of the output is as 'high as tn-er and the demand corres- pondingly strong. One million pounds more could have been easily disposed of. The points at which new stations have been established ara Content, slur was worse then than slu- is now-! Crossfield, Lanierlou and Spring I-ike, which makes the num- nix- to be found in j now twenty-one in all. Two sta- If our friends who favor us with roan- j jturtiriHis in the large cities of Fast- 1 one at Har and the oth ern Canada and all through the er ;U Hi'.ls, have ceased to is nttture lo lhc local uscript for publication wish to have rejected articles returned they Biust iu all cases send stamps for that purpose. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers who toil to receive ber of people out oi work J consequently less need of government Daily Herald will please notiiy the; laid in the marketing of the products. Canada, e.tcept j maml for dairy produce in the cupi- come irom wosier in a few instances, and then the num nnci On account of there being bufiiiiess office, hy phone or othor-1 wise, at the earliest luent, be ensured. Presbyterlans The reason for the shrinking in the not is the weak condition compete in the sm in the spring of last year NEW Will Cost and Will One of The In the West (Special to The Herald.) Keb. tion known as "The Seventy's" have decided to erect an amusement hall to cost about to be modern', in every respect and second (lo none in the west. Mr. Charles McCarty that organtention is now in the States inspecting buildings and will submit a plan upon his return to Raymond. Mr. Ceo. II. Hiuld, of the "Knitted Raymond Factory, leaves here on Saturday for th? east visiting Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Hamil- ton, and Chicago, in the interest of the knitting business. He will pur- chase more machinery and materials for the 1907 outfit. It is that in the near future a new build- ing will be erected. The millinery general store, i.-tc., of Messrs. Skoustm i Sons, is closed for stock taking. The "Ellison -nil! here is closed for Cowan's Icings Cocoa Unsweetened Queens and Vanilla Chocolate iTheBentleyCo. Ltd. Payments A few mce'lote 40 ft. by 140 ft. on Torrance Ave., North Ward. One lot sufticient for buildings site. Terini down, balance per month without interest. Alberta Realty Co To ensure change of contract province lisement in the Daily Herald ..copy j and That is a sensible the shortness of the season ow- bc iuioptc-d in thixe which is per cent. publication. Transient display ad-j communities in this country vertiseuients will be received up to and somc.tiliu.s four denoniioations 10 o'clock a. m. of the day of .u work S01UO new places UCali0o'nnand haven't a chmch of any kind. The UD IO p. Ul. i .it. ciur RATFS i plan is. for the weaker churches W.nt cent a to withdraw from the overdone plac- in markcts alrcajly established, word each insertion. No advertise-res and give- thoir attention to the I These arc the Yukon. British Colum. mi-iit'for less than 25c. Six con- j piaccs urithotit religious service. j and the 'Orieui, besides local secutive insertions for price I The Rutherford Government is to ing to the late spring. The total output for 1900 was pounds and for 1907 pounds a decrease of almost fifty Xo important extension of markets has taken place as the sup- ply, was not suflkieivt for the demand Km kttl IHHIiltt a few days. Mr. K. Imllock is in irom Taher and will remain here for days, at the llaymond ITox'el. F. Daws on', Calgary; X. P. Jew- son, Lcthbridge; and Mr. Young of Lcihbridgf. MADE A MILLION Initial letters, abbreviations, and "c" marks, each figure and words count as full words. When replies are to be forwarded Bend j th he commended for its decision that towns and cities. The average price this year 23.161 cents as against 21.227 cents flag should be displayed in The increased lOc. extra to cover postage. Tenna school, though even this is not com-] was no-doubt due to the shrink cash. BirtKs, Marriages, and Deaths-50 cents every insertion. Contract Display .Rate card at ''Daily Herald" Of- j pulsory. It would be a mistake force the flag into any school. to! cents per count line; dis-1 count to regular advertisers The, Allwrta 'government is doing more for the. working men than any j other province or state on the con- Subject to advertise- j tincnt. ments subject to approval of man-j agement of "Daily Herald." DAILY HERALD NEWS AND OF F1CE O..D. AUSTIN, City Editor QUITE A DIFFERENCE (Edmonton Bulletin.) Incidentally, the negotiations age in suppjy. The output of the government crea- meries is or.Iy part o: the output for the province. There will be in op- eration this year twenty-seven priv- ate creameries and eight cheese fac- tories. To the product from both these sources be added the vast quantity of butter which went into j the consumption or trade of the towns and cities from individual pro ducers. The points at which government JOHN TORRANCE, Canvasser, the supply of new readers in the stations arc bow in operation are Chicago, Feb. Ogden'Armour, ii reports freely circulated on the board of trade an: true, has made the "killing of his lite" on wheat, gain- ing a brilliant'victory over Jamas A. j Patten and his followers. For months t these two giants have been engaged in. one of the fiercest struggles ever xvitnessed in the pit. Patten took the bull side and Armour played the part of bear. The bu tilt: was waged with varying fortunes until tho recent violent slump compelled Fatten and his followers to take to thoir heels, leaving Armour in possession of the field. '_ As to what extent Armour short on the market could only be surmised, but "brokers estimated his profits at Repairing! JEWELRY, Etc. WATCHES-Broken main- spring, needs cleaning, brok- parts or any thing else tlis matter. JEWELRY Rings need soldering, stones altering size orNmade larger. Brooches, chains, pins or anything else in the jewelry lines need repairing. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY WM. OUVER'S PLANING MILL I GLOVES and I UIITLETI FOR MEN Special Price: From 85c to m CM- itrictw rf i Office, Yards and --Factory: eir. nm m mm men Telephone 153 Working Gloves Driviftt Mittt Driving Gauntlett 1. M. Banks Co Whitney Block, Lcthbridge Fresh Eggs Milk, Cream, PHONE 229 C. Ross Tate The Sign of the Watch Ford St, near City Hall ..lector and Assistant Business Man- j schools cost Alberta The Man- ager. itoba legislature voted for! MISS GRIMM, Accountant! j the purpose. The Manitoba They're Coming JOB DEPARTMENT. The Herald Job Department ia the il-.y.J uftiously and satisfactorily. Waller Jordan, Manager of the Job Depart- ment. Telephone '106. men must be royal spenders. FOR The Dairy Commissioners' report an instructive, 'body of facts for (Hnymond Rustler.) The Calgary Daily Xews speaking i in reference to the assassination of jthc King of Portugal makes use of 'the bhakespoarc's "Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown." To which we may-add thetvords of Josh Billinr, "AVhy don't the durn fool take his hat off when he goes to the agriculturists oi the province, i There seems to be a tendency toward expansion which indicates that the patrons of the creameries find this; branch of work profitable. It is a gratification to this class oi farm work becoming more important as it is a concentration of farm 'products that means enhan-ced returns and profits from soil products and shows a growth in the prosperity of mixed farming. The fact that the number of private creameries is already greater than tlie number op- erated by the an evidence of MARK TWAIN ON PROHIBITION (Calgary Herald.-) The celebrated 3Ir. Clemens has added a contribution to tcmperanco literature which is hereby respectful- ly commended to the prayerful con- sideration of I ton. IV. H. Gushing anrf'Don'Hetbfcrt, M.P.P. Clemens was askwl hy a member of the W.C.T.U. for his opinion on prohibition. inr.- a friend of tempOniucc, and government is want it to said Mark, "but the stability don't think prohibition is practical of the work and also of the wisdom i Tho Germans, you sec. prevent it. the industry in the Look at them, r am sorrv to learn of establishing first pla'cc, as it must appear lo be that, they iiavi- just invented a way a. branch of work' to which the coun- of making brandy out of sawdust.'. try seems eminently suited and one of which the class market.. product finds a first The benefit and comfort, of having Xoiv what chance will prohibition have when a man can take a rip saw The Best Goods I Are always the CHEAPEST Pioneer Goal is ON WE MARKET All Oixlore Sirictiy Attended to Cash Must be Paid on Delirery JttfS ISHCROfT: Prop. AT REASONABLE PRICES GERMAN Next Bentley Co. I v Carpet Beating and Window Co Stove Pipes alto Cleaned iw rwui The Leafing Holds of the City The Lethbridge Well equipped Good service Hotel Coaldale Conducted Exclusively on the European Plan The Visiting Season East on is ready to meet the wants of families and tou- rists who need Trunks, Suit Cases, Club and Gladstone Bags for their holiday trips I carry full range at prices you don't object 10 pay. LLUSTOH Photos and go out am! jjft1- with fence rail? "What is the good of pro-j HlllimiliilMTIiH a table product of wcll-ftstablishcd t hibition if a man is able to maki: quality of the Alberta creamery but-' brnncly smashes out of shingles on tcr ean scarcely be too strongly or it' hc can get delirium phasized. jtremons by-drinking tho logs off his The geographical a'ran over which pHchon the should set the' farmers of the south thinking. All the stations are north of Calgary except that of Calgary itself which fewer patrons than any other point, the number being only four- teen. An examination of the stock inspect j tion records will show that the beef! j .busincss-. is chiefly south of This may be looked upon as a com- pensating feature for the south as far as returns to the farmer are Concern- ed but it should be remembered that as the south is changing from ranch- ing to'farming tho agriculturist has before him the problem of getting into diversified farming. Grain-grow- ing which is only a'little less elemen- 1 ary than pure pastoral work is much more feasting on the land and brings with it at, once the problem of land depiction. .Generally it will be found that the safest kind o'f far- ming and the kind that builds up the of farm .interests as well urban centres is the kind that takes account of the greatest, variety in production and return 'for labor and the dairy industry in its best devel- opment to tbc rt- ot" jcr- tility. It is'likewise, suited to lands fcigh or increasing nbsolutc value SOME, BUT NOT ALL OF MINSTREL MAIDS WHO APPEAR AT OLI- VER'S HALL WEDNESDAY EVENING LAU N DRY For a First Class Job try us. MAH TAI 2nd Door South oi Auction Slarl. Cafe in connection Headertofe 9 Dowiaer, Prop. Balmoral Hotel DAY HOTEL IN THE SOUTH COUNTRY QIVE IT A TRIAL. Meets 1st and 3rd M o n d aya in K. of P. Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DAYIES, W P. T. J. WHITE, W.S. HANDFORD Valentines New arrival opened up this morning. A wide range of subjects. Questland Want Ad. Land The Lethbridge Daily Herald PHONE 106 Questland is Lho chief Province in WANT-AD. LAND. Its population is transient. The people are looking for Things they want or npcd. When they find them they hurry back ps to make another trip the next There's but cue route to want ad. route. The cost it trifling. Ton can tssnal] j make a trip, transact your business and get back home in a day. Sometimes your errand takes a little longer. Bnt there are few people who ever make nn-' profitable trips to QUEST- LAND. The shortest route Tia the Lethbridge Daily Herald. It is the country of oppor- of "luck." One meets people who are both offering and seeking alert peoples illustrating and practicing the law of "GIVE AND Net! of Owb Lethbridge Nest of Owls, No. 159, will -moot -the first and third Sundays of each month in K. of P. Hall. G. V. STORKEY, SccrcUary. C. ROSS TATE, President. M. PRIEST, Junior Past Pro. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No, 293. SMitf taefit kttj Mwt in TytL-M IMI and Waller W Boi A Want Ad. Serves as a Trip Ticket to QUESTLAND! NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Nwit in the Labor crcry and fourth MoMhys la tke month. Kmploj-erc rcinirinf finwrs, and out of employ- ment, would do well to cornmnBicftte with us. HOBKRT NEVIN, Chid, 6EO. BRTJCE, SecreUry. L. M. JOMfffTOIIC ;