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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRID6E, ALBERTA. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1907. of Priutcd by the Daily Herald Printing every lawful iig office, Round St., Lethbridge, AluertaV Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Mir aging Oi- rector and Cditw. Subscription Daily, one year, delivered six vnonth, delivered, 2.M three months, delivered.. l.M Daily, one month, delivered .3ft one year, by mail 3-M by mail 1.75 rlioaths, by mail .15 Herald, one year 1.56 Addresses changed us often IIH de- sired; but both new and old address muxt be given. will plcasu remit with which should be Riven for a term, item ii by Eipress Order, P.O. Order, and Bank Money Oriler. i is supremo oc may be sent direct or ihrougb As nigards any newsdealer. Address counnuu- ioatioiui to THE I.ETHBK1DGK cars- add io their automatic block signals should, made universal. Thy superiorly stcvl to wooden cars is not quo.sUoa- ed. They would nof. catch iMr would they Not ail occupants voultl hojjo to un- scathed if there were a bad but they would fare much h.-ttvr than if they were in wooden c.ii's. The railroads not bec'Si alto- gether dttu to tlu> I'mpulivr dc-mun.l for better protrction to's. yt-iii' they' miles of block .signals, being nearly miles more than in An elabor aie otliciai inquiry to settle the res- pective merits of various signal sys- tems, both manual and automatic, was .set on foot last year. After the experts shall have made public thotr fnmijjg.s n nd the ronds learn whiit system can K-st Iw depcndcKl on thetv will greater nctiylri' installing The prevention of wrecks, no matter what tho prevention may cost onomy. the introduction of Mtv' the mil roads have done prt'i-- TO AGREE A. J. HOPEFUL (Winnipeg Prw-pMss.) Fwmtr Prtmiw Doiss Not Tlw Conservative party in Purlin- Britain U Degenerating uuuit is still woddod to thi> high tar- iff doctrine that has always Itereto- fore been the head and front of its political crwd. Ai a mvnt meeting such intfivst of the 11. L. Horden C'lulj. in Ottawa tm.0 jjv prejiu'er Ikili'our th-j chief spankers wore H. CMtments, M.I', for West Kent, niui Dr. cadence, 11.r. fur GrenvilKx "1 would place' "u tariff SD lii.nh that it would pre- "vent cvv-ry urtioUi from cojning in- Think "to Cunada which be manufac- "lured in this said Mr. Clements. Dr. Ueitl endorsed this doctrine, mil when he was vt'kh Mr. llorden in the west half a year ago, was equally careful with his lead- er not to address any such talk 10 ears. HERALD, Lothbridge, 'Alterta, Ca- tically nothing. hu.s l t that cost rl'hey are equipment It may ho y type of ste-l tm x-n devised. It may diners the rouds NOT A GROUND FOR DIVORCE IF.- nada. i to discard tlieir present If our friends who favor us with man-1 while it is serviceable. lor publication wish rojccted articles returned they j must in all cases send stamps for thai purpnfio. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. j foHuetioii. they who f.-iil io receive thtisalVr wil1 have to come ini-> us.- Daily Herald will pk'.ise notify the j-some tim.t. The wonder is r.n.' businese ofJice, by phone or other- j witorprkine road does not :c ikr- wise, at ?.ho earliest possible mo- j 10 that prompt delivery lram 01 8lwl cnrs l" Le ensured. 'now kindly the public would ,ake io To .ensure change of contract ndver- j thorn. tlsement in the Daily Herald, copy J ,ho roads shall ive u; ihould be sent in uot Inter than G: o'clock p. m. of the evening jftn lo publiwtiou. Transient display ad: wooden t-nrs of their own tnotiou and will be leccived up to to fjo on rapidly with the 10 o'clock a. m. of the day _ of pub- Uon of Svslcnw ;uul licatton, and want advertisements tip to 2.00 p. in. ADVERTISING RATES Want One cent G ward each insertion. No advertise- ment for less than 25c. Six con- inaertions for price of four. Initial letters, abbreviations, and "c" marks, each figure and count as tull words. When replies ore to forwarded send Mere Fact That a Nan and His Wife Cannot live Together London. 1-Vh. uublie utter- ance in u IOIJK time lias attracteil us the U'C- at Cam- Olhc-r oi! de- No man in iJoliticul life will, oi foursi-. admit that tho Ir'ng- lish race and British nation are de- generating, but ihi'iv aiv not want- ing .students who afiirm that such is the met. Mi', the question whether death was inevitable In na- tions well ns ia men. liis views were optimistic. Hit rejocte-i tb'i old everybody in politk-s must decay us. Home decayed Ho disagreed ivjUt MiieiUiluy, who conceived that national greatness is when New inland hud groat London, would be in' ruins. v j The na'tion the or- igin of decay an Weirds against it' will have the vitality, he ar-! gued. He touched'on two or. three''s of national the falling in the birth rate, -and thc luck of initiative. The fall of the birth rate, espocinl- ly among the classes that are most worthy of reproduction, is a most! pressing matter today, he said. Xu-jTht Shipment by Express Today Ttie Bentfey Co. ltd. ik ltd (Special to The Herald.) Spokan.', Wash.. Feb. mere fact that a man and his A few nice lots -10 ft. by 140 ft. on Torranee Ave., North Wtirti. One lot sufficient for buildings site. Tornis down, balance per month without interest. Alberta Realty Co The Hadley-Roberts Co. Place to have m Hot tiomil stock Ls tK-ing replenished from j n-j-j. the wrong source, but this problem! is not beyond the reach 211 lOc. to covir postage. Terms .....CftSh. Births, Marriages, and cents every insertion. Contract Display Advertisements- Rate card at "-Daily Herald" Oi- cents per count line; dis- eount to regular advertisers. Subject to Bienti subject to approval of man-} ajement oi "Daily.Herald." provemonts making for the sau-y i'f congress will he i.i n.'.- ha.sto to adopt ii-eiaiia- '.iun. If the roads shall he to muve nnd the annual n-con.1 of and injuries tloes rco'me rifying, congress v ill be to j act. Congress is not likeiy t so -so now, but the Ti'avollers' tiie association f hould.. !-e rruLsod for calling its att-'-.uion to :.ho sob- i can not live together is no ground lot a divorce. An administration of the law, which, in its practical work, ing, allows u divorce merely upon application therefor, on djsatisfae- tton and uncongcniality, establishes j at once an ipso facto a system of j trial marriage. Such a system in j its effect upon the family and upon the ehildhood_pi the land would be- fatal to nur institutions." Miles roindoxter, sonior judge of j the Spokane county superior court, republican candidate tor congress j-rom lhc in j and president of tho Southern Club that there is a po-.v-rr which can com- j pel them to improve r.j. if! they fail to do KO vo.untarily. i of Spokane, made the foregoing rul- OUR POINT Of VIEW. Chicago has adopted a wheel tax! ian 0. Tiffany, formerly of Clinton, la., where they were married Feb. 23. 190S, against his wife, Lillian Tiffany. Thc DC'titi DAILY HERALD NEWS AND OF F ICE C. D. AUSTIN, City Editer. JOHN TORRANCE, Canvasser, Col-j ..lector and Assistant Business Man MISS GRIMM, Accountant. in order to raise money -to keop the streets in repair, llere is the sched- ule for taxation: One horse wagon, j }5: two horse wagon, 810; three horse wagon or vehicle, six or j more horse wagon or vehicle, ?3ii; I automobiles with soats for two per- sons, automobiles with seats for for divorce charges having written let th of science. harmiulness of condi- tions under whrjli tho of the populations an- reai-cd are cx Columbia Restaurant Optn Day and Night This.was in reply to Hyndman, a prominent socialist leader, who has been warning the country tha-t there is an appalling physical degeneration among the masses of .England's pop- ulation due to permanent poverty. This is a familiar allegation from socialistic sources, nnd 'it brings an answer from 1'rofos.sor "There Is. no evidence that starva- tion and injurious conditions, cause' FRESH OYSTERS Candies, Cigars, Japanese Mtal Tickets Weik door to Coaldale Hottl 'fht' pAN YOU NOT KNOW is dark: beside the tveyed night wall I stand and watch the mellow shaft .of light the deterioration of stock in animals 1 TluiL- from -vmir casement or plants. They may kill out the- FOR MEN Special Price: From 55c to Working Gloves Driving Mitts Driving Gauntlets Whitney Block, Lethbridge J I) Patntiziq i local I WN. OLIVER'S PLANING MILL I till hpM ii tH Cu- stodial if i Office, Yards and Factory: d uNPis man Telephone 108 Fresh Egos vv DAIRY PRODICE CO. Milk, Cream, Butter Eggs PHONE 229 Mrs. Tiffany tors to a former lover und of doing a high kicking stunt at a social f lion, where, a party of men consti- tuted the fiudionctt, fused to bestow JOB DEPARTMENT. Herald Job Department is the beat equipped in Southern Alberta. All olaesaa of work handled expe- ditioualy and satisfactorily. Walter Jordan. Manager ofihe Job Depart- ment. Telephone IM. more than two persons, exclusive of trucks, coaches, and busses, au- tomobile, trucks, coaches, and busses S30. THE BOARD OF TRADE In a cartoon, the Chicago Tribune Por- adding: "She re- affection on the plaintiff, went boating with other men, made dates over the telephone and on one occasion packcKl her n ever s his appointment. SAFETY FOR PASSENGERS The Protective associa- tion has prepared a bill to make rail road travel safer. It calls for thc abolition of grade crcasings, auto- matic, block signals, double and the substitution of for wooden passenger cars. The nssofxi- lion when it asks congress ;vv.s ils bill will mVitc its attention to rhe number of fatal accidents wpxild not have happened if chan- ges in railroad operation it .Viv'o- cates had born made only a aeo Probably the most sanguihj bcr.'of the association -Iocs, pcct thc passage of its hy congress, although all its manifestly are, praiseworthy, remarks ike ChkAffO Tribune. Tberc shoyl-1 .crossings. Siofcle tryrk reads which are tryiikfr to do blc business should bcv made io Valentines New arrival [opened up this j morning. A wide range of subjects. 1 DISPOSAL OF INDIAN LANDS Laws have Ijeon enacted for the posal of the following Indian lands: Colvillc reservation, Washington, acres; Klathotid reservation, Jfontana. acres, Yakima reservation, Washington, acres, Ulackfeet reservation, ilonta- I'm standing near you, Does not your heart to mine res ponsive heat; .Con 3'ou not know that I, out in t1 G (Jnrkness, Would wilting die to worship at your fc-et.. GUY COLLIER. KING EDWARD NOT WELL London. Fob. Edward went to Brighton today for a change Photos Hotel Coaldale Conducted Exclusively on the i European Plan Rooms Single and En Suite Ca f e in connect ion Hendersoa tf Prop. Hotel BEST HOTEL JN THE SOUTH COUNTRY QIVE IT A TRIAL. na, acres; D'Alcnc rcserva- air. His majesty' has suffered tion, Idaho, .110.000; Rosehml considerably from sore, throat reccnt- vation. South Dakota, ac- res; Leingi reservation. Idaho, acres. Steps are preliminary to tht lands next now being taken opening of ly anrl this trouble has entailed sleepless nights. Sir Felix Setton, physician extraordinary to the king, attencl.incc on his mn- HANDFORD Questland Want Ad. Und The Lethbridge Daily Herald Take a Little Trip to QUOTUM Meets lit and 3rd Mondays in K. of P. Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially'invited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P. 24-ly T. >T WHITE, W. S. LefHkridfe Nest of Owls Lethbridge Nest of Owls, No. 159, will meet the first third Sundays of each month in K. of P. Hall. G. V. STORKEY, Secretaary. C. ROSS TATE, President. Jt. PRIEST. Junior Past is the euicf Province in WANT-AD. LAND. Its population is transient. The people are looking for things they want or need. When they find them they hurry back to make another trip the neit day. but one route to QUESTLAIiD-the want ad. The coat if trifling. Ton can Dually make a trip, transact yoar bntinew and get back home in a day. Someticire yotfr errand takes a little longer. But there are few people who ever make Tin- profitable trips to QUEST- LAND. The shortest route is via tht LethbridKe Daily Herald. It is the country of oppor- chances, of "luck." One meets people who are both offering and alert people, illustrating and practicing the law of "GIVE AND TAKE.'5 A Wont Ad. Serves as a Round- Trip Ticket to QUESTLAND! Lodge Pridtvof Alberta, No. SM if tiflrt taeflt teitij in flrwt tfcird in 8 f.m. TUitin kivthrM Utffi fe. ASSOCIATION or STATIONARY ENOINCCRS Mwt in the Labor Hall every and fourth in month. Employers reiuirir.f certifloited ea- and enfinefm out o( employ- merit, would do wcii lo communicate with us. ROBERT NEVIX, Chief. OEO. BRUCE, BwrUry. 44-lfnl w L. M, JOHNSTON! xijoiniDff ;