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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Dafly Herald Printed by the Daily Herald Printing 'Co every' iriwful evening at iti.-office. Round St., Lethbridge, Atbeifta, Canada, v W> A> UJCHANAN, Managing Di- and Editor. tional day 15. Hotel Bofister per A LOT OPPORTUNITY Up to last night only two entries for thc Piovinctal Seed Fair had been received by tho secretary from per your, informers of Southern Alberta' Hawltors-Farmers filing while the entries and samples are Subscription Raise Daily, 'one'year, delivered...... six delivered, months, delivered. Daily, one month, delivered Daily, ypjir, by mail Daily, six months, by mail Daily, three months, by mail W0nklv_lfiiriikL OHG voar. MOO 2.06 LOO .36 3.00 1.76 Addresses changed as often sired; but both new and old address i arc pouring in from the north. Kvery man in the north has any good grain seems to have sent samples. The world outside has got the idea 'that the north was completely frozen up but the display w be .made at the Kair will probably disabuse the world of that idi-u. This work of Bending entries has prob .ibly been done move for this pur- pose than to soil sued, grain ami il is a good way to do so. On the other hand the farmers'of the south, who have had as a class, tho greatest harr vofti on itic- American continent this rolling tlu'ir own produce free; others selling farm produc per. day. must be'given. Subscribers will please remit with order which should be given for p .specified term. Remit by Express Order, P.O. Order, and oarik Money Order. )rders may be" scut; direct or through any newsdealer. Address cormmm- ications to THE LKTHBRIDGE HERALD, Lethbridge, Alberta, Ca- nada. If our friends who favor us with man- uscript for publication wish to have rejected urticles returned they must" in all cases .send stamps foi that purpose. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers who. fuil to receive, the Daily Herald will please notify the business oflice, phone or other- wise, at the earliest possible mo- ment, so that prompt delivery may be ensured. To ensure change of contract adver- tisement in the Daily copy should be sent in not later than C o'clock p. m. of the evening before publication. Transient display ad- vertisements will be received up tc 10 o'clock a. m. of the day .of pub and want advertisement up to 2.00 p. m. ADVERTISING.RATES Want cent a ft-ord each insertion. No advertise- ment for less than 25c. Six con- secutive insertions for price of four Initial letters, abbreviations, and "c" nfarks, each figure and words count as full words. Wheu replies are to be forwarded send IGe. extra to cover postage. Term? cash. Births, Marriages, and 50 cents every insertion. Contract Display Advertisements- Rate card at "Daily Herald" Of- j See. ct-nu per count line; dis- count to regular advertisers. Subject to advertise- ments subject, to approval of man- agement Herald." DAILY HERALD NEWS AND OF- FICE O. D. AUSTIN, City Editor. JOHN TORRANCE, Canvasser, Col- lector and Assistant Business Man- ager. MISS GRIMM, Accountant...... JOB DEPARTMENT. Tha Herald Job Department is the carelessly allowing the opportunity of advertising has ever had, go by Transient per week. Houses iOO or more, per year, under 400 1 100 per year. Pawnbrokers- f20 to per year Real a year. 600 sq. foot ?25 each additional 100 it. per year, Skating per year. Shooting per year. per day, or per year. JJtirfijina nor year without an'effort to place themselves the world as they should. What is the use of the people of this dis- The World ,r of Labor Contributed by Labar THE PASSING OF A MAN Clark The world is but a passing show, A phy of frost and fire The plot U built of greed and ga And the goal of man's desire, It Little who or what k The leading one may'chance to be; If.-he the The others drifl upon the_sea I 210 PAIRS Alberta Realty Co Registered Canines-? 10 p.-r year, ft not the future life, Commercial Selling to consumer irict complaining that the floor space. mt-nts anV not giving the country the publicity "it'should have, when they will not do anything to K-ip along the work I' .The govorn- nents can print all the literature '.hey like, or until America and .-opt- are Hooded with it but it will At least to him who rules the day per week or ?100 per For in the mighty race for wealth, I Man hiit little time to pray. But like Belshawar who of old Beheld the fate upon tha wall, The leader with his pen and pride, Will away, his slmafc will fall. Second-Hand by PINCHER CREEK DOINGS Macleod Won the Hockey Match-1The world is but ..passing show c w The ends in scene of hell and fire Which mail will blind himself against Oddfellows at Home ,frve but little purpose if the men vho can produce the wheat and oats lo not show them. Thore are fann-j >rs iu this district who Inspector IM'jhcr, oft Pincher Creek I, nitondUiff the mur. I For fame and heart's de- t md'ouLs that cannot, be beaten any- but they have made no entries, [t is hoped that today and Monday ,vill reveal a heavy eleveAthhour oentiince and that maiiy entries will in. If they do not the record .vill stand to lasting shame of farmers of the south country. OUR POINT OF VIEW the ArlmK, der trial tit. Ulamnore this Mr. A. Kly d ing in town, registered ton Hotel. Mr. F. 31. Steel, C.K of this hns, returned from u visit hi the with him and they are taking rooms Bat when thc final act is And manhood gone for Satan's sake i 1 ween the pride will fall mistake! For the' benefit of tlie large num- ber of wage earners in and around iii the King Kivst. Hu brought his conn.' them both. 31 r. H. K. and Mrs. of Twin Unite aix1 in "town, tcxlay. ]klr. O. K. Uailey is spending davs in town. e upland what that: im- bridc- and president (U. S. Grant) paid tu them whoa on a visit to England: "There'is no reception 1 am proud er he sniit, "that this one day. the Tact that what EicclUtt Valius lavtttd Tte feittey Co. Itt u :ity on the Senate 01 the. umversitj mid fistic m____B i match for Maclcod along with a dark Tho Calgary News thinks it is room lo' i.lay in. What's ths matter luitc possible tliat M. S. McCarthy vill not be the Conservative candi- late .for Calgary again and it men- iionc.5 the names of Dr. A. 0. Macrae, with MiicUxul's electric light system. The ..'.'At tonight promises to be ono of the events of the season. Nothing is left Dr. Brett, E. H. Crnndell, undone to make il a siwceas D. L. Da'rroch, W. L: Walsh and T.j M. Tweedie, as possible candidates ;or the nomination. One of these, gentlemen, Dougald L. Darroch; we xiiow well. He is a splendid fellow ind a rattling good speaker and be- fore coming West was the man at the helm in Consen-.itivc affairs at Col- linpwood, Ont. Calgary Conservatives might fare a good deal worse select D. L. D'arrocli as their inee. than encounters won tho' ami bor" there, could be no government, no leading class, nothing to pre- serve. With us labor is regarded as highly respectable. it is not that man dishon-j Notwithstanding the fact Unit "he received grout ovations' from every ruler In his travels all over, he said to the work-! ingmuh of England: tor Spring Hoods Have Just Arrived Stylish Suits AT RIGHT PRICES tad Prettiaf Promptly Attended-To A. Mutton Phone 265 m FRUIT ORANGES LEMONS APPLES BEN DAVIS SPY ROMAN BEAUTIES Class i l.M.Banks4Co Wtney Block, Lethbridje I m pUvtirs j PLANING MILL j i I ta to to- t YnnU and Fiujtory: cr. MM mm nen Telephone 158 so reguruct.1, ors The Pincher t'rcek Lodge 5 O.O.F. "At Home" held last even- inj; was, a decided success m every The programme was-musical mcn- iii conclusion, all 1 can do is to 4.1 a nt and excellent, after uhlch dancing renew nv..thanks to you or the ad- rliTiss what what I stuu dress and repeat what before" that have received nothing from any class since my arrival on this soil which has given me 'more COAL The city council will act if it encourages with a good substan- of the Job Depart- ment. 106. was the main feature. The supper provided by the wives of Oddfulloxvs could not be surpassed for its kind. Jtuch credit is dim concerned' for thc excellent time _____ all- who were present.' there lx.-i.ig some 225 in thc hall. Say. you-union men, have you ever The Misses Jlurn, .lohnslorv until noticed when a union has made a do- Rollo llurn of Gillingham inanct for -higher wages and shorter 1 hours; they do agree mra delivered to all parts of, the city for lo. 85 per ton. Cash must accompany order. Of all kinds done on short .notice. Ask for our prices be- fore leaving orders elsewhere i ram a DAIRY PRODUCE CO. Milk, Cream, Batter Eggs L PHOKE 229 FAC SIMILE V, The Lcifing Hoteb of the City r the Lethbridge Well Good'service Travellers' _ Board of Trade and 'city council GRANT TO BOARD OF TRADE The Board of Trade should be given a good, substantial grant by the ,city council to carry on the work of pub- licity. All Southern Alberta, without any reason whatever, is being injured this year because "of the Dominion govern- ment's contribution to parts ol Al- berta and Saskatchewan of money to buy seed grain for farmers who had their crops frozen. Not a cent's worth of damage was done in this district by frost. The farmers of Southern Alberta have more pure seed grain than the farmers of any other section of West- ern Canada. Not a cent of government money for seed is needed in this district. The crops in Southern 'Alberta lest year were the best in its history. t Those statements need to be scat-1 tered broadcast throughout the Unit-j to have an exhibit at the Dominion fair at Calgary this year that will caus'e Lethbridge and its wonderful products to "be talked about by the thousands of Americans and Eastern Canadians who will view them. It will be money well spent, as the ex- hibit will be sure to bear results that will bring, returns to the pockets of everv :il to advantage of the sleighing to haul in! to give tl irilon their Hay'and grain. Ten load- IJccausc if j to give the raise of wages. Why 1 ____ ___ ___ ____ the workingman had more ed. with hay and two cars oi wheat I time to read the and have Iwen shipped this week from [.zincs they would ultimately sac thc enormous power they have in their -------------------------j hands. The average man who works CIRCULAR.RE SEED GRAIN j for wages gets his living and prc- clous little more. It has -always of vwlenfata Order A circular lias been issued by Hon.' Frank Oliver, minister of Interior; The growth of Leth-i w- R- Motherwell, commission- bridge and district is important to hr of Agriculture, Saskatchewan; and all and it is safe to say that a sood! deputy minister of agriculture of Al- exhibit at Calgary will Help Leth- bridge grow. i If Prince Albert, Sask.. can grant its Board of Trade why can't LethbVidge. beri-a, regarding seed grain. The cir- cular states that it is not the inten- been so and probably always will be. And the socfety to de- termine is whether It will allow the workingman his living for hours work-or whether it will re- quire him to "work from sun to sun, ssiving neither :limc nor energy for himself and. Edmonton city council has fixed the license fees for that city as fol- lows 2 Billiard and Pool table, I per year, each additional table per year. Bill per week. Book per week. Bowling per year. S day, each slic- ed'States to offset the publicity that p ?2- h sidc _ 1 I I________ tion to advance seed to settlers _who the betterment 'of have not lost "any crop by frost "or j haps a little enjoyment of this life, liail or whose crop although unfit for I difference between eight hours a, seed was marketable at such ,a price! day and ton hours a tiay amounts as would enable them to buy seed.j amounts to twelve hours a week, in Not more-than two hundred bushels which the workingman may'read the will'be advanced to'any settler.'.-The j repayment of all advances must be secured and the price charged will-be the original cost..-_the cost of cleaning sacking and transportation, and in- terest at five per cent! per annum. Aplications should be in by Febru- ary 22nd and forms can be secured from the secretaries of local improve-; There is one song which .will never the United and bankers arti jriving to Canada's expenditure of A million or so'dollars for seed grnfn. No exception is made over there of Southern Alberta, this .dis- trict" has to suffer too, in'the-cam- paign to blacken Western Canada's reputation. newspapers and magazines, attend at .night -take a correb pomlencc instructions, or commune with his wife and am all of Uicse ami not for somebody.1: else in return for the means of existence. ElHson Milling and Co. Ten C. J. gone up, which ixlso means a raise in downhill (or. the coulee) as.ilessrs. Gunn Sons have done Hotel Coaldale Conducted Exclusively publishing 1 j plovers and cmnlovecs thc trouble business, we can only prctlict what oral patronage was being used to m- To rcmcrv this, otx-r 60 of '4 iV j T shall bo settled bv arbitration a? they "are well worth, not only the ,t -L and continuance- ot -the previous business growth under thc flucnce elections in Brunswick, i sons of toil -joined the local Federal i T- it 4 .1 soon ns both parties (employer antlcontmiinnce- ot >u He charged that the- postmaster of {Laborers Vnion, and after due deli- v ---x k remnlovec) have received due a continual uttcc oi five was an-; _' _ .1___ St. Jolm and the collcctorship committee C That these rules shall take effect [Frcdencton had oeen promised pointed to wait on Messrs. Gi'-nn fc i TJ i it i on Mav 8th. and at least one jeral candidates m case they were de- Son to sec if thc dcspcciblc arrange-1 feated. Also the works department around with-lhe local Candidas sc-' result engineer of public ment could ,jot IK altered and a Ifv-j "oticc was now going iny wngn What was ihclthci'.8lrtc for "ny ftl ftlteralwn siuco thr.t-tii-c' thc price Si liv- on drawletl Robbie. These arc the conditions which in Mwlicine Hat, and 27 1- cents there, whore living is cheaper. Lethbridge Iron Works Company ALBUtTA AMOCIATION Of STATIONARY C74QINCCRS, Meet in the Labor Hall erer? and and berth Mondars in OM month. Employers reivtirinf ea- fineerR, and out of ment, wonM do well to coramvnieale with vs. ROBERT KEVIN, Chief, QKO. BRUCE, Secrctarr. West Wellinftor.' nominated Jas. Tucker, M. Pi P.; for the ;