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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta gj. Dtfly -Printed by the Da'ly Herald Printing every lawful eyenins Ha vDmo'tsl Ci I oiliKriHtfa ofliee. Round St., 'W. Mtftafiftf Oi- UHM (VP. should" investigate immediately ascertain wlicther there" is any reason report." If it-is true the fta- tion rfiould bo destroyed. According to a writer in the Literary j Digest.it, is. safer to be a murderer than a' the United States asvthe death rate amongst the former is considerably less. The law courts the Hue are to blame. RADIO AD TO lium 'i BAY oi pott OB Alkhtk This is' '.brief of ons for th Coon- !eiI believes His stieiild t ilO'V A Daily, one jear, 'delivered M.M delivered; Daily, Dtily one delivered Daily; year, by mail'...... by Daily by. mail Weekly changed as often a I.M J6 IM I.T5 .16 1-50 de- Somebody ought to send the list of Seed Fair priwwinners to the Toronto Star to prove to that paper that the greatest grain growing district of the West-is in Southern Albeita. tAt' a banquet in Toronto, W. J. be given. Subscribers will please remit with .order which should be giyeij.for a 1 spccirie'l to'nn. Remit Order, P.O. Order, mid Money Order, may Lvi sent direct or'through any newsdealer. Address commun- ications to THE 'LETHB1UDGE Lethbridge, Alberta, Ca- nada. [f our friends who favor us with.man- uscript lor publication wish to "b'tmoorgjiic candidate for and the eloquent Xebraskan said it was not unusual for him to be refer- red to in that way. him of a. pood >tory that Mr. John Allan to Tht HtrJlti.) Kdmonion, growth of tho city and the devel- opment of'Xortheni Alberta and Sas- katchewan has given a new imjwrt- ance to' the r Bay Railway Fcheme. It is an open secret that the governments of Saskatchewan and Al- berta favor the scheme-and are both urging the undertaking upon the Do- minion Government.- A few days ago the in the course of the 'debate on the resolution to acquire railways of the province stilted thiit in the "event of the gov- ernment pi Canada failing to under- take road the. course would btiep- on' f'.r the governments of the prai- rie prdviuci'a to bring-the wheat lands should order 'bpoi-aUoiis to be com- menced looJtiijf, to the construction in the early future a i ail way to some point, ou figure arid words count as -full words. replies are, to be forwarded send JOe. extra to cover' postage. Terms cash. Births, Marriages, and 30 cents every insertion. Contract Display AdvtrtisimtnU Rate card iice. at "Daily Herald" Of- ing place to combinations such as are indicated by the suggestion made in Lethbridge. if F. R. Yokome, the editor of the Peterboro lixaminer, possesses to a nire degree the faculty for" making apt and pretty combinations for such One instance of his gift in this direction is shown by the se- Historically Hudson's Bay is 'the gateway of the North. West.. For overj two and u half, centuries trade', has I been carried on from the ports on its I shores. The growth of shipping on the Great Lakes has diverted atten- tion from the older route but the ex- perience of the last few years seems to indicate that another outlet for the natural of Western Can- :ida must bo looked for. The. rail- ways leading to the head of> the Lukes mid every year the of the more and more' congested .and the difficulty in handling through '.hat one outlet the business of trans1 oortation, giowing as it is by leaps and bounds, becomes every ''year greater. There up slowly in trie light breeze., In the boat were tHe forms of' four three living aiid one dead, survivors of the American ship Emily Reed, wrecked off "the'-mouth' of the Nahal- em river onf tho coast of Oregon, 200 miles from Neah' Bay. The men in the bout First, Mate Fred' Subc. Seaman, Ewald Abildi'stadt. Seaman Arthur Jahunke. Ship's eook; name .unknown. The dead man was. the ship's cook. The three living survivors were in condition. .Their tongues Choice Spy Apples Otanges 1 t (Cauiiflcjwers r -i- -i. Parsnips "Oriibns Celery He tettey CD. IU. Am 3J LETINKE Locals-10 cents per couut line; dis- iecu0n of the name "Strathormond" .count to regular advertisers. Subject ments su agement is little doubt that should [he.Government of Canada undertake the task of "opening a port on Hud- son's Bny for use during the open reason, with the accompanying facil- ities for" navigation, and communica- tion therewith from the interior, an immense Tboon would. be conferred on that portion of the Dominion which Rockv 0 regular advertisers j f j K Stratton's sum-] u'e to advertise- v j ties, between the Btiv and the subject to approval of man-] mer cottage Mrs. Straiten s maiden j 1 of "Daily Herald." i name was Onnond. from pc DAILY HERALD NEWS 'AND OF- FICE STAFF- 0. D. AUSTIN, City Editor. JOHN .TORRANCE, Canvasser, One of the "greatest adepts at nam- ing horses who ever lived was tlie late T. C. Patteson, of Toronto. For i years he named most of the Col-1 and Hendrie horses, and anyone can Port Nel- to .Edmonton is less than a thou- sand miles, while a road from that in a more southerly direction, to Calgary for example, would tap were from, thirst so that at first they "could-. scarcely 'articulate.1 Th ey. had f ood 'list S unday night ocL watet 'since they left the wreck of.the Reed Friday morn- ing. Mr. Scube. said: 'Almost the instant the Reed struck the beach', she began to-break In a twinM-'j ing one' 'life 'boat was "smashed -by big wave and the so deep in the boiling .water that there was no chance to where Capt. Kerset- and hid some of the others" of the crew He jump- ed into the remaining lifeboat and cut the Ijiahings. Before we. had com- pleted "the job a big sea broke over the wreck and carried us clear off the decks. A strong current swept us toward the, stern of the wreck where wo could see; Capt. Kearset and the rest of the ships company clinging to the roof of .the after house. We yelled to thrc'sr us a line as we went under the stern and someone'- thniw one but'it fell short "of our boat. My arm had been broken when MISS GRIMM, Accountant.....' "JOS DEPARTMENT. Che Herald Johj" Department is the best-equipped in Southern Alberta. AH' classes' of Vorkr handled expe- ditiously and satisfactorily. Walter Jordan, Manager of the Job Depart- ment. Telephone 106. ..lector, and Assistant Business his ability by. recalling some :of them. One that occurs to mind, in consequence of the. mare being offered for sale, is Stock Exchange, by Gold- en Badge, dam Tjproar. hard to imagine more .unmusical or mean- ingless names than-John "A. McKer- ron. George Wilkes, Angus J N'ancy Hanks, .Lou Dillon, ct al. In an effort to escape from such names rTliomas W. Lawson r.vent to the other extreme, 'when he breeding trotters n few years ago, such names as Dreamer of Dream? wold, were inflicted "on., dumb brutes that had no opportunity to protest. Dir Spring Bowls Have .lust Arrived. Stylish Suits AT RIGHT PRICES Clewing and Pressicj Promptly Atteiulcd-To A. Mutton Phone 265 A Cww lots by 140 TorVancc Avo, North" One lot sufficient for; buildings site. Terms 110 wr month without interest. lKliUtttfl Alberta Realty Co j FRESH FRUIT ORANGES LEMONS APPLES BEN DAVIS SPY ROMAN BEAUTIES All first Class 11. M. Banks Co I Whitney Block, Lethbridge Ewjtfcfo sMN if i Va nla Facroi y Fresh Egos -mJmJ DAIRY PRODUCE CO. Milk, Cream, Butter 229 DR. TORY.'S VISIT We want to give DrT ToiyT new university president, a impres- sion of Alberta's third city, and the way to do for our citizens to attend the meeting, he is to ad- dress on Friday In that way we will convince him that we are not devoting, our entire time -io material affairs but are interested in ths in- tellectual welfare of our province. Dr. Tory is a great educationalist. For years he was a member of the staff of ilcGill university, Montreal, and in the organization work of that great institution, he was as a right baud to Principal'Peterson. the Grant, of Queen's, Dr. Gordon, the present principal ot Queen's, artd-Dr. Falconer, the head As a rule trotting horsemen have no better taste and ingenuity than the breeders of HolsteSn cattlej who de- light in naming a bull Sir JilSe Jo- a cow Boutsje Q. Peterje Du Kol. Tn animal" nomenclature, breeders of greyhounds take the palm for charming names they give their coursers. It :s :i great fashion among them'to use double names. Here are a few recalled offhand: Long Span, winner of the Waterloo cup last year; Fabulous Fortune, one of the best ever slipped; Forgotten Fashion, Di- vidend Deferred, Duly Despatched, Heirloom; Master McGraw, the beat ever bred, Father Mclor, Moor. railway which are now finding their way to every par provinces of Alberta and Sas Icatchewan.. besides opening out" a tract of-.country which experience of previous development in a northerly direction "to suppose would bejn itself a source of wealth. From Fo'rt Nelson to Liverpool and other English ports the distance is ioss than by the lake, canal and river route down the St. Lawrence, with the added advantage of shipment be- ng made direct into ocean going hips.- The time during which n.ivi- "ation is possible Jrom the-Bay'has )een shown to be only shorter by ome weeks "than "the Lake and the St. Lawrence There s no reason to doubt that British