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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta HeroU fartnr, who iu ing anu intlch rev- would be wiccedingly' helpful. It S would biin in being' independ- Printed by the Daily Herald Printing Co., lawful evening at Round St., I..ethbridge, Alberta, Canada. tf. A. BUCHANAN, Manafini Di- rector and Editor. Subscription year, delivered..... uionth, delivered, Dftily.tUiree months, delivered. Daily, "one month, delivered Daily, one year, by mail Daily, six months, by mail Daily, Weekly Addresses M.M 2.M I. H '35 "s.08 ent of a crop failure and what Is moro important Even, those who now produce butter for ihe.market..would., be saved a lot of trouble and expen.se. Now they have trouble nnd expense. Now they to make butler find bring it to the' market, and-frequently: they are un- able to as nricvy us would like for it. With the cruiru- cry near-at hand, all tbvy. M need to do would be to contract, for sale of" milk -to the Creamery buuor LiTHiRIDOE. io lucky.i those who were not who dunfto for the PROVINCIAL SEED FAIR The second 'unual Provincial Seed' Fair for Alberta, conducted 'under the of tlie Provincial Depart- ment assisted tyy the ac of the Dominion" De- the i-rAvnary, tlK> oflered for the'var- doinaiuU .i'umV-y foils' classes of grains, grasps and p... i j "clover' seeds, Farm Crops Magatinc Subscribers order which .should be given lor a frMm irecHle-I term. Remit by Express j ment of cmiment-s, enables a cream- Order, P.O. Order, ami Hank Money ery to Jui established at very- Order. i initial to loans money for iha ducts the cream anil 'soils lore haw tlt lc351 M What more could swl ff the ssmpli- exhibited. On exhibits )rdcrs may be sent direct'or ilirougli any newsdealer. Address commun- ications to THE HERALU, Lethbridge, Alberts, Ca-rtiie .buttor. nada. j farmers ask [f our friends who favor us with man-' To lhc uscript, for publication wisix U> have articles returned they Department of Agriculture. must in all cases stamps for j Importtmi. It uould add to the competiUon, in' wliicl L-jtv another industry ami would en--'" J .fc 1 nnrl ffirmprs will, LM Ttt CAiKTOH Canned Spinnach Cauliflower Cabbage Asparagus Sugar Beets: i! i Vi Mushrooms French Peas uovlnif'bf Parties in Tuylor- Hie and Ktauball ilver ar of from- his Taylor- VIM. OLIVER'S PLANING MILL j Alberta Realty Co partment of .Agriculture, will bo hold this year at Leth bridge on February 19th and "In adition to dollars to thc dollars as a second and twenty dollars as a third prize, in this class, as well as lull other classes of- sent to tlu? Fair all express fchargps fifty cents will-'bovpaid by the oi a civamery is ul.so} u r L _. ,f that purpose. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers able us to use "Made in U-'thtiridge" all fanners and farmers "sons will' Ix will also bo con programme in whicl take part i piowiKL. v. Among the speaker i The Herald sincerely ho pus that ,r will be Prof. Atkinson, agronomist adver-iirr. il5ebach in ms effort to interest meut, so that prompt delivery may be ensured. To eusure change of contract tisemeut in the Daily Herald, copy f ftrs m should be eeiit in not later than 6 o'clock m of the evening before with th, .success he deserves, publication. Transient display ad-1 will'be leceived up to' this'matter, will im-eL] frm tllc College, Bore Oc 9th iust.; Pros Ldtv. Woodland party, .includiiyf. Coomba; of the Buoday Schoo W. (X presi Mutual Irn ion; Archi- bald, the Head of Mrs. r SocUFttes, Mrs. Ca rlsou -.'oiJdliiPr i i mi ry A sstMai f and and S. visited tlu? plc of-'TuyloirViUe'fuid tlie an- UK Bortfcf Co. Ibt There "-attendance, of organizations condition and 10 o'clock a. m. of the day of lication, and want advertisements up to 2.00 p..m. ADVERTISING RATES Want AdvertMments-One cent a word each insertion. No advertise- merit for less than 23c. Six con- OUR POIMf OF VIEW, man, Montana. j Arrangements have boen made with 1 the- railways, whereby convention rat- cs will apply to all attending the ex- the people supporting thorn very well, j The Koligiou Class organization wiiK put iiV charge 01 iiiss Hilda Pet- erson and Mrs, Kuby Xclsou. The Young Mutual ineiat Association raceived R Pre- sident in of Mrs. Annie CS rwn, formerly of -Alma. k Winnipc assured, factorv. induscrial future'is now j hibition. Prire lists; which contain it is to'havu an 'all information, can be had on appli- 'I cation to tlie Department of Agricul- i ture, Edmonton. IMPROVE 3klEXT ASSOCIATION' M'essrs. D- H. Flton and R. t-f the Stake vilut'ual Super uitendency, visited Kimball Ward Sunday ev- ening last. f' The attendance was very good in- number -of visitors from EARNINGS DROP Wtather Affects Railroads t th'osc- in- charge "of Aho A; R. I, InBtiur.live wore given by thci Montreal, Feb. of the A blunder of thc city clerk oft gecutive insertions for price of four, j Ecgj'aaj failing to fulfill the TO- words count as' full words. When connection with the money by-laws replies are to be forwarded send recently voted upon is likely to lOc. extra to cover postage. Terms 'a -costlj, one for the cash. i total, it is Births, spread'over the life of thc debenture 1 severe weather that has pievailed j SEKV Contract Display I running into close on throughout eastern Canada since be-i The peopV of Cardston_ were very Rate card a need. To fhe New arrival opened up this morning. A wide range of subjects. u superintendent of the Kootenay ivision of the" G. P. K. He was to ave been transferred to the division i the C. P. R. in the vicinity ;bf Crsnbrook, ions of satisfaction by large shippers was a factor in securing his retention. ly. with several .car loads of effects. He has come to stay and his home will be built upon .the farm just-Teast of-Cardston onis'half mile; the Lea-, arrived yes vitt :Bros. horoystead, recently pur- chnscd by Dr. Weeks., Rumor has it that a large res- idence to be buiit of .cement will soon be in course of erection upon, his ly acquired property. The ganial Doctor'has full faith in tbe future of'Southern Alberta and t is demonstrating that faith by his investments. It is said he pro- poses opening up an "'office in Crfrdston Hotel Block and we look for his presence _io-help increase very nrgely the influx of settlers from he great state of Illinois. ANOTHER. ITEM FOIl R.VTE- PAYERS. After calling to mind the "mention made last week, as to -the suit being brought against the town for claimed as by Mr.' Van it may not surprise some of the rate- payers to hear that the su'me parti- has recently presented a bill for wag- es amounting to ?75 fo7 the month of f January.-' i It "is a matter of" opinion as to whether the last "amount has not been' earned' just as well, as any other month's'pay allowed tho_above' party. The surprising part of" it, i5 th'atfnot even the'cRy that employe of the town. r- It will be in order for.thc Town Council to get some form of patent "discharge" with a dynamite attach- ment to remove 'town employees with force sufficient to know they arc "fired." f THE OFEKA. Prof. J. (.1- Harper; and put in a big evening's practics with the cast in thc opera of After the thorough drilling given go down to the cellar and get Borne coal. is mairima.'- "coal Fresh fogs DAIRY PRODUCE CO. Milk, Cream, Butter Eggs PHONE 229 The Secret of Secrets h Store NvErUsno u v V go down to Fred GOW'B store and order some coal -x at once: Son-Cin't-do v.it. My chocs are wonrout. a pair at the same time. <_, T. CUTTONi at F.Gow't PHONE TO P.O. fiOX.121 One-of the wisest of men :_ V Suffer any peraon to tell as his morning and evening, for but a twelve-mouth., AND HE WILL BECOME OUR MAS- In the above sentence we in a Brtakell, the INNERMOST SECRET OF SUCCESSFUL JLDVERTISING aud rswigrixcT, and in thc telling of of the ttcn or Theft are many other thingi Io bt of successful bat in tht above qnotatioa ii fonnd the real philosophy, the real secret the members, -will be able to work more intelligently .and by Thursday ncxt when lhc Professor will return, he e.vpectsHhings "to be in much bet- ter shape1. Many people arc regretting- thc fact that the opera will not be placed be-, fore public on thc J.-Lth and 15th instead of the 21st and 22nd, as, there would be a much better oppor- tunity for a "bumper house." .-PERSONALS, On -Wednesday-last -Tohn-AV. Woplf, wns so far recovered as to enable him to leave for Exlmonton to, completo the sessions of fhc Pro- vincial Parliament. Mr. E. TAycock has been ill for at''thc home'rcf his son- U. WJ_rniing. ,-We'are pleased to .-joe him again upon our streets as he is now feeling much im- proved injkealth. r Mrs. Hopkins and daughter, oi Lethb ridge, have been the family of Mr. Wm. Bucc for .scvcra days. They departed on Monday's train. Their attendance at thc Farmer's Association Ball was not a small factor in.their enjoyable time -.Mr. James tt." Bowderv -father o and Warren JJowden, Is spend ing a few weeks with his sons here We are ploascdto have sit children in this goodly land a we think they may wish to send plh ers here "also. The Leading Hotch of the City The Lethbridge WiWl equipped Good service Travellers' Hotel Coaldale Conducted Exclusively. J on-the European Plan Rooms Single nntl En Suite Cafe in connection Headersoft Prop. Balmoral Hotel BEST DAY HOTEL IN THE SOUTH COUNTRY IT A TRIAL Photos! HANDFORD MeeU 1st and 3rd M o n d in K. of P. Hall'at 8 o'clock.- Visiting, brethren Are cordially invited. s. G. DAVIES, w.p. T. J. WHITE, W. S. Nest of Owb Lcthbridgc; Neat, of Owls, 159, will meet the first third-Sundays oi each month in K. of P. Hall. G. V. STORKEY, Secrctaary. C. ROSS TATE, M. PRIEST. Junior Pwf Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. Mwt in tW of HaH tairi in atvatlr at S f.m. Twitiog Vtvtam Walter A Watch! Watch! Watch! Only a few More for required to enable me to the dimw lor the mgnifcetit Watch tot thc dtte to be announced shortly. in this space And hurry with yoor coal _. Don't, forgvt to drop in ballot bos at Pott Office. H HA YR Fred T. Robint, See. Hot 57.1- I fly j NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY CNQINCCNS in Labor Hall ettry and atMl fcmrth TrmsW BoKtT Employers certificated and out of employ- ment, would do well to communicate with us. Chief, M. JOHHSTOIIC ;