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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTKiRlDOE. ALMHTA. MONDAY, V Daily Herald bad wheu an M PP cauiiot to Toronto to draw his indemnity. THE NOKfflWEST Printed by the Herald Printing every lawful evening at Kouud St., Lethbridge, Atlxria; Canada. f W. A. Managing Di- rector'and Editor. The Ontario ininishy is il u cabinet of joints. The dlb A. C. MtKoy io be their "Jack, tho giant killer." ftegimi i> up against hiu'l times but the city louiuil tho Hooul of Tratlo because it believes tluvt can bring good titans l.eihbudgc can safely uct tho ,Jr REPORT OF SUFT. WILSON The Medicine' Hat sub-district was transferred to Division ember 1, 1900, and the boundary of disuici extended to the boundary ou the Agriculture cnnection'with the .department ceased on June 30. Since that date wo have reported any cases4 found to the inspectors-of this department The following is the number of stock The past year has been remaikable entered and collected from Nov t Subtcription one year, deliveicd Daily, cix vnoath, delivered, montha, delivered.. month, delivered Daily, Vie yeafr, "by 'mail Daily, six months, by mail Daily, three by mail Tl'e "MtmsU'i ot Agiicultuic of On- same wn.v 2.00 ss accused of paying for JL hoi-be. ior I fie agricultural college at Cuclph and tho equine aftei out to be blind m both eyes. t for an exceedingly bountiful ember for the large mllux of good btftllws into unoceupiel aieas, for ex- pansion of mining and otliei iudus- and foi the establishment of sired; but both new and old address must be given. Subscriber remit with order which fchould be given for a specified term. Remit oy Express Order, P.O. Order, and Bank Money Order. >rders may be sent direct or through u "going it blind" puluj. new towns. There i.s every prospect following} that thi-, development will conUuuv o.ud increase during the coming year. The of wuiti'i wheat may be Horses Mules Cattle Fiee 3 ST Duty 5 Tot 1182 5 72 210 PAIRS Placed stock today to ftl I i. :A tcitauilv Inmk-d u chunk in Ills liltK' >hack Klton f a snow storm in September; 25 ier cent, of the wheat crop is still nicut. Fine weather following hap; nabled the farmers the grau beaten down, at an additional .f labor. In many cases'the grair 'ost a grade or two on account o bleaching, but this is offset by yield and high price. The number of cases entered durinp he yeac-woi, GOO, while in L906 the number 202; this uicieaae is- ac ioiin for by the extension of ou boundary to the east, and the in Sheep Amount fees collected, Numbor ol hordes which weic re- fused aduassion on account of dis- ease. Pendant d'Oreille Free1 Duty Tot Ifofaes r....... 3C SW_ 930 Mules 10 10 Amount fees collected, 50. The N. Pendant d'Oreille btill nets as sub-collector of customs. Small are also mado at Wild Horas. Tlni men stationed 'on Hie line, detachinents also act as oftiwrs, and are iiio meausof i of stock. One horse was' smed at Lctlibrklge and sold, and the owner, Henry Jacobson ned and costs. There being no in this dis- rict, we have not palled upon or any 'special ausistance. There has an 'increase in the number of ases: tried tinder the Indian Act, 32 t ii r "vt t i A j JllPapems t Co, Ltd. ,_ It k? S nun iniins A feVuioTlotc 40 ft. by 140: it. on Torrauco Sorih Ward. Cue lot gutticieut Cor buildings Bite. Taring Uowu, bttUuce i without interest. Alberta Realty Co v of population. The mcreas Herald" Of- p.uteson contributed a clever reciU-j gezunal with the exception of horse fice. tton I'll Yom Locals-10 cents per count Ime; dis-: eut-rtainlncf ac- count to regular advertiser. Subject to j count of the ments subject to approval of Etiley agement "Daily 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. dny and its customs gave .iu address on t Cupid that hoth in the matter and manner of delivery deserved" the "un- stiined praJso it receded, ilibs 0. Ilardy, Ximmons and II. Rey- nolds as artists sketched some appropriate designs for Valcn- unci. Stundanl V.. with plenty ot dash, sang "Johnnj Canuck" and a quartette of bojs, i Piano duets by Cook and The Herald Job Department is the j ed in Southern Alberta. of. work handled exipe- j the musical Uagell, ami Misses Oliver and Uey- H of cases bein against 10 in 130G. The four case Uiowu in last year's report as awai uig trial, only one of them was trice ind as it resulted in a dismissal, th prosecutor deckled to will haw the other three chaiges, the ev being practically the same ii .he four cases The judge, on dis Tiissinp the charge, stated that he had doubt and consequently gave thei5ons for'supplying Indians wil iquor, resulting in 9 convictions. The ncrc-ase number of intoxicated rndians is'cto a large extent caused by the assembling of large numbers >f Jndians. at the fair at Lethbridge 'or exhibition purpoaes. A very large arc now employed' it Raymond and Magratli picking it were not for the In-j !ians it 'would be-impossible to y ou theliidustiy. the division U cle- under t the establishment. This nakes the duty iu barracks hard and nonotonous I refer to the escorting f prisoners 4 Constables are em- iloycd at 'this duty for weeks at a ime without change. The escorts go u duty reveille each and coine ff at-seven in the evening, requently called night duty in iddition. It clearly shows that they re one of the hardiest set of men in he province. The work has also in- to'a large extent and the lumber of men has decreased. I have lot had-sufficient men to_ cover the bstrict as I consider it should be tnd the detachnif'sit at Little Bow ha ven close'd, not having man t tpnd Richarclb, whc vas in the Milk Rive mbdistrict. was transferred to Depot) a June. Inspector Tucktr was trans-1 errKi to this jlivision in- jid is command of that sub The Off Spring Have Just Arrived Stylish Suits AT RIGHT PRICES afid Pressing Promptly Attended To A. Mutton Phone 265 ORANGES LEMONS f i i t APPLES BEN DAVIS SPY ROMAN" BEAUTIES WM. OLIVER'S MILL SM mud Factory: mm mm Telephone 153 Glass I. M. Banks Co DAIRY PRODUCE CO. Milk; Cream, Butter PHONE 229 delivered to all parts ot the city for 85 per tou. Cash must accompany order. Of all' kinds done, on short, notice. Ask for our prices be- fore leaving orders elsewhere wnn infws i Tiiisa a. iffici UMN OfficeO Stablest SI M I Ciff if CM if MB W fw 1st 111 ft, Iq tf The Leatfing Holds tfe Lethbridge J T- Well ipped Good sen-ice' Travellers' Headquarters 2 _ fatal, Order EllisonJMilluig'and-Elevator Co. of tlig division has on f -pen rl, theie were four 3uring the year and four learning in all bumches of life, is helpful, it bioadpns us out it eu- liphtens us, it nmkci us feel .is we iip-to-dato. The poultry men .are 'hustling to make the show a greater sue cess than.ever. At a meeting of the i executive Friday night .f. W. Uawden 'was appointed superintendent thus as curing .sj'stem and despatch in every The Canadian, Club is the be-st me dimn to acquaint us with our fellow j men ayd: their ideas. Why not revive ,_i department oil show Kven with the lot of up-to-date coops the number of exhi- eight convictions. There are four tire.' now" under investigation, and I hop: to prosecute in Llnee of them. At midnight oc October 31, 3906 there in the cells five priaoners consisting of two sentenced to terms of imprisonment, two awaiting trial and one lunatic. During the year 202 prisoners wen Hotel Coaldale .Conducted Exclusively oirthe European" the club at once and avail ourselves- hits promised indicate that that received, making a total of 207 pris ,.._! space will shprt and Sec. Iktnton of the presence m the city nearlj week of the year of men, whom _ irom C.ugnn. be a delight to meet and _ binson w ill honor uround the luncheon table.1 shipped m bv tram, exhibitor.' Some of us are drifting too deeplyj_ l t.. into materialistic thingi. and ,ire neglecting the development of the in- tellectual side of life As men wcsel- askcd to trj to gft some coops Yire-TYosHicnt Ilar- h.tve charge of till birds rs may be .sure that their pots well looked after. The society j send .1 dr.iy for all town I but owners must notify the sccreta-j compared with the total mini her of prisoners received last year. this shows "an.v increase''of 57. are -pecified as follows: Males Whites Indians Half-Brecds have'nTjthe division forty' hor- PS and threes-pack ponies, two of the atter are useless. A number of our mrses arc now, showing the work of ,he past season. -Our horses are kept oo steadily at-wojrk, and I consider hat each horse should have at. least it run in each year, "ive have bsen cast and five >urchaied. ten transferred to Hiis dis-. iaion f mm A." and o 'com "K" division to. Depot. We several will lave to be cast in the iiear future we Tiould- nave with our present strength ive more but if the di- -ision is made'up'to fifty of all ranks nore horses will >be required.. If hor- es could be'purchased in the fall "Eooms Single and En' Suite- Cfife in connection Hem Jenoft V Prop. Balmoral Hotel 155 31 dom meet together. We move too ,_ i Chinese I ry. Entries close Satuniav, the 22nd. much m factions and tail to _._, lL__ Lunatics when union Tvould do the i iU good. He sur? and make thcm-m time, lor, do us good, and' entr> forms antl pi lists write' Let ub broadeni ,Jnnics.Hent.on. Secretnrv. put, by gathering together once m! t dinner, chatting' Females a while at a chib ivi th our fellow and then t I libtening to a gootl half hour's talk! 4 from men who would .do good, men who would inspire us tO'dobet- tor' crtizons and bettor Canadians, (.Whites' Ui ll OUR-POJNT OF VJEW This full of snowt if it make our friends from the will be here for the ieel 'right at home. seed fair, Well, something about the gas well ought to explode at tonight's coun- cil Meeting. s i Thcrsnoy, in the East this is something awful. The Toronto i Telegram, in iv cartoon, pictures aj "Toronto shovelling snow andj making this remaik "Thought myi shovel had uncovered a bottle of j uhiskey but it only the glass on! top of the telegraph pole." m 4 Jfugh Clark, u motnber of the On-- lario LegisKitvire, corkod up ill} his own Kincardine, for a vreekj couldn't get out to attend par- liament, the -srtoV' was so-deep.. winter in Ontario surely must T Lunatics T II MNty Stijot 1 vould give them' lime pet into .hape before at hard rork. The mileage for the year is as fol- lows Miles November December January February March April 107737 June ......1................... July Watch! .Watcls! nly a" few more orders for ,coal required to enable me to ake the the magnificent O make Sewing Machine MV i I Watch for the date to be announced shortly in this space And hurry np with your coal orders. Don't forget to drop stub iu box at Post'Office Hfl J l Successor to DkxorT' 9 Transfer Co.. ISO Box 27 tBEST .l HTEL IN THE' IT A TRIAL August September _ The Alleghaney, Monongahela, Ohio, Youghiogheny and'Kisiminctas slowly tspreading over the lowlands of rittsburg today." At the present rate of rising the danger- mark of 22 feet will be reached by noon and- Uic-iUnited-Slates iweather bureau predicts a rise of 30 feet by njght. 19 feet'-yas reached at 9 o'clock. raining heavily. The river craft and-property near the live'a is also great. Having bought out the Turpin Furniture Co.'s stock of Picture Moulding I am now offering a wider range, in that line of goods to choose from Total These are of as follows: Males c detachment buildings at Pend-{ ant Time expired 7Btarc old Writing-on Stone w'n from guard room 1 ?ent to Brandon asylum 5 Sent to Edmonton penitentiary.. 3 Sent to Calgary guard room 1 Sent to Macleod guard room 5 DepoiU-d to England I Deported to United States 1 Sent to other places for trial 4 Cases dismissed, fines paid cr otherwise disposed of 73 In cells at midnight October 3i, 1907 20 Females Sent to Brandon asylum 1 iSent to Calgary guard room 1 i Cases dismissed, fines paid or J otherwise disposed of t i Total .............v...........215 Thcvnumber of prisoners have served or who are now serving terms pi imprisonment in the guard room onger, at Pendant d'OricUc it will be nbsolutely necessary to build a new stable next yfear. The" detachment] Milk River has been abandoned and detachments placed rftllllilllltM-IHiH and Whibkey I beg to brinf-to your notice with but a few receptions the great inter- est all ranks Uken in the work, and the cheerful manner they have in many performed double duties. v Respectfully submitted, I have the honor to bo, sir7 Your obedient ser- vant, v. JAMES Cotnmtndinf 'K' Division, AXOTHER KIXD ytwi been tried in the furnace of affliction 5s a refrigera- Y6rtc'-; Swii for-sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET Ftrdii A EACH I J" J' 'f. Meeu 1st and 3rd Mondays- in K. of P. Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially s. G: DAVIES, w.p. 24-ly T. .T. WHITE, -W. Si Nest off .Leth bridge ot Owls, Ko. 159, will meet the first and third Sundayi of each mo_nyiJn K. of P.rHall. SecreUirj C. ROSS TATE, Preaident. _ M. PRIEST, Junior Past Prea. Lodge Pride, of Alberta, No. 293. T' fc in the .of PytUm ererj.lmt third TTmrmJaj MI Utevcatlk at 8 P.M. VtuUi if brrthmi Walter Fml T. See. Boi 47. Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each One third cash, one-third 6 2 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum LCTHSRIDQC-LOOOE NO. II P. O.'E. Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesday of etch month 8.15rp.m. E. A. M. PEIESlP. R. SecreUry. Morrn-wctT ASSOCIATION ENQlWCCKt in thy libot ertty and and fottfth Mondays x Employers ce r'aecTB, and engincem of meat, would well to eoflM with w. ROBERT KEVIN, Ghfef. GEO. ERCCE, ;