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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta H J. H. SKEITH ptuf Itaa) X .V INSURANCE: ml JT'.7 _ s' v -1 Lethbndge Doily Herald f 1 4, 4 J v, -4f -v r c--' I 7 _ h t "1 THE 1? A N V3 V V rf to to Mitt Ml We are just (in- f loading a Car of AND s The McKeown-Hick Hardware toy. to Brodie 4 Stafford Hick i Waltely o PHONE: 62 REMEMBER That when you arc in need of (aay J tlrujj wants you always get 'the purest arid genuine here. 1'oor quali- ties we will keep. Purily of drugs must be absolute. Tbal.is why our dispensing department is C'ollege of PtiaroMcy gra- duates are in'" -attendance Family twi Chemists ri Rtsicknt Night Clerk The Store of Quality Stcft Potatoes lettuce Cetery Flying! Diablei Tbe uew from 35c game. Prices RQBM'S NHH STBIIE 1st tar Wtst if Uiiti Ink Phone 251 Clear Havana T Cigars EL BRAYA AMBAR DAVIS SONS R. W. Wallace The Smoker's Htadcuarters CITY G. II. Johnston went to Cardston thhi morn ing. Hugh Mackintosh of MacK'od is in ihe city. Jiulge arrived- in the city last night. The Mmstri-l Mauls appear in Ol- iver's Hull tonight. Hamilton A. Young icmoved their offices iVoin the lliginbotham bloc-k to the Whitney bjock. Titos. Uuderuood..pi Calgary, man aging di-fctor of the Diamond Coal "o. is in the city. It.'H.'Knight, IX I- S-, Edmonton c-compamed. by Mrs. Knight- mid hildren arrhid hist night to visit lib. Redmond, Cutbill St. IV S. Clark mid wjfe ,6f Grunum; vho have.been Mrs. Claik's .or, Mrs. S. A. U Crabb, returned his morning. 11 ev. A.. IT. oi Caid- tonf and Key. J- "J- Cam'von of Uymond, u'.'ru in the city over light retun.ing from Presbytery inc-et i i. -The C. O. F. bull last night was a nost delightful affair. .About thirty- fiye couples nvere present.-. iuid-; enjoy- ed the good niuRi'j provided for At tin- home of Arthur Clavdon, on Smith rft.. by the Rev. J1. Harrison, on the 19th of Feb. at 4 :JO p. m., William King o Miss Surah Jane all of aid utter VeyetiMes Nelson ItttbrMje Carpet leatug fiadoi Cteaainf Co. Stove Pipes alto Cleaned Sort hstil Girl li CrtWI It. WEATHER BULLETIN Edmonton, fair 3-1 Huttlofoid, clear 28 10 Mmnedosa, clear ".........IS 10 1 Calgarv, clear 31 6 {prince 32- 10 1 Winnipeg, clear 10 :..j........'... 36 11 Swat Current, fair 22 G Port Arthur; cloudv .1....... 20 0 Medicine Hat fair 32 12 Hegma, clear 20 (5 otice! Bulletin" From Central Onice. The, uea therein Alberta and north- ern and western Saskatchewan' ,has Leon fair and comparatively mild. In other parts Saskatchewan and in Manitoba temperatures" he II ucst and Fri- day temperature conditions." -Hi t iiiii iiiiiiii AFTERNOON TEAS We have a private room for FUNCTION'S.. Ladies who.desire'to en- tertain p.t lunrheon afternoon tea can spared all the trouble of an "at their home by making us. The only cafe in tae cify empioyhig white help solely. in and have a cup of tea in onr private dining room some, after- FltESHOTSTEXSJUSTAKIIVED The contract for moving'the pur- chnsdl by the Methodist to the site in North has been Jet to Goorge Sorgard. He commenced work on it yesterday.. C. S. t.iccnse Inspector, was in the c-ity this morning having return'd irom Tabcr. he was on connected with, the .transfer of ihft licen.si- the '.Royal. of which the late Jack Irving was the proprietor. Thos. H. AVoolfc.rd, of. Cardston, the Alberta Farm-, ere' Association. ;clime up from .itlie' south yesterday and went ea.sv-on the C. X Tl. last Kdmonton- Hulletin. Jacob Sawchuck thu alleged clothes line artist, was up before Magistrate Humphries last night and was .com- uiitted for trial.ut. the District Court The onh evidence Cnkun nas_ that gi- xon by Chief I'.irry, and who. bad identified prop- Humphries and Mrs. "A. B. Pipes.jAf- tcr the cabinet gives their answer the House will go into faessicni and a biJlJ.o gnuit the request offthe pe- titioncrs be-introduced "R. .seconded by. lion. Cope Strong" socaken, inckuiing-T- Taylor, IFon. D. Kmg, HOP. J. G. Gibbon, Hon. Dr. Courticc, loader7 of tHe'Op- position. H6if. H. McLellaiid, pre- mier and othui-s. The meeting .will bo open to the amount atonce as we are anxious to remove these small Titems from our bboks. j t- V Be so kind as to attend to ttie matter promptly, HERALD PRINTING CO. Tliii ift the'wwson of year when ovory Jtdy jkboulil a pair of Skou or SUfMrt. You uuy uot require thorn often but you wilt new! them It would plftue you I NUI wire, aikl it certainly will nt if you will in our beautiful of F COW as ihis subject "How- the Farmer improve his He referred s. more' particularly to 'the financial as JR liis-opmifHi, advancement in "cut-1 ture, utoials and should j Advancement, he de- Oliver's Hall i; -THE F.ly at this junctuie rendered on the fcmnors Oth solo in capital style. A MONTANA PliOFESSOR -I'rofessor A> Atkinson 'of the'Mou- ers help just so far as it is in their own interests. The former, should makcjust: of all the available infor- Wheat Open _ initial TFic Hub Cafe should if ana Agi {cultural CoHegem gave an mat'ion such ns. could be derived from have a "gathering ploquervt-and s'tirring "address "In-' fairs, February-' 1021-2 1033-4 May 107 l-3a" "July I061-4b 110 Kfebhiary -nil 51 b 60 56 White of citizens'to nwet Dr. Tory. _ j COALDALE NEWS Mr. W. jl.'Pawson arrived Satur- 1 C two months at his b j old homo, in {-Illinois. will b remain weeks longer "JBr-n. Pawson, brother of W. H. February 47 1-2 j way up here wjth May Eeejctwl The Board of Tradu has secured the samples of wheat, oats, and oth- er uminE and grasses shoxrn at the rrovincial" .Seed Fair by exhibitors from the district. These will. he. kept as samples and will be May Februarj- nil nil 56 53 I 2) a carload Ho here and Jntcnds to oversee it per- sonally this" season: Mr-. Alfred Haley received word that lu-r. father- was dangerously ill 3J) b 42 41 a d in making up the exhibit for the! v Dominion Fair at C'aljrarj- next sum- mer. The cnnnnittee appointed by the Klcctiic Co. to negotiate with the city., council commit too; regard ing the have considered the proposi- tion advanced .b.vv the-council "and the is infonnefl one in return. Tins uill not be tak- en up by tbr committee until thcj return oi AM. I ns to" a-'wll committee. jcct oi mr imencstuijTdebate at "theI Closing, Cash Prices Wheat- No. I Hard No.. Northern No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern No. 4 J02 b 1093-Sb -.1043-4; 103 -.1003-4! ;p4 3-4 i ST; 75 1-2 left Friday for-hcr Iiomciniwc endeavor in auditioji to this-' to and Fergus Falls, Minn. experimental reports, etc. dustriui Kducntion." This was a r farmer who does This will, oth subject in which lie was muchjer things being, equal 'the interested and to which hr had given.'most .successful man. .But im- conbiderablc attention._ a' nut de- brief outljne of tho aims, and metlv.pcnd on crops but also the diffeft-ling a fair price. If a farmer sucr MINSTREL v, ami WITH ICVY iVF PVETTV' GIRLS "f ff I 1" New noes Everylhinie Rret-clnM and en at J. D. ent eras m the worlds history. i cceds. financiallv he should .use this men studied astronomy and kindred to knowledge anc culture. sciences. _ the educatotf man" The time and money spent in carous- Vncw ail about classics. Tiien men1 ing would buv a hljrarj- And ac- sfudied facts about animals, quire an education. "If the farmer and rocks for the int-re- matter oCj (iocs not possess the same advantag- knowing and this scierrtinC un-ication es as others to" advance it is- the re- vras a in advance. Now Mayor Speaks for the Qty at Mcetii? V if Seed Graa Mes (Ccntinued .from Front Page) profit by past experience and suit of ignorance. To letter their-condition the' farm- ers should first feel'that t hoy-have a grievance that should IKS removetl 63 1 2 a agricultural future before it. 433-4 H it an have to" be among it in the' practical _working out problems. This led to ajund find out clearly what is wanted system of industrial which Second, determine on a well thought Ls being'followed more particularly j out. clear cuV line of action which along the Hnes of -agricultural -tfiginV js fr0c floin as a retnetJy. cering nnd domestic He spoke third, frame a that oflhe r.tpid "mlvance made in get the support of the pc-ople.as direction during the last ten "whole, this Is followed and is i opinion homestead ing' had a, presented apart'- from' all partyism (letrimc-ntrtl efTe'-t on the farming jfession. 431-2'thoso who this great] Xo. 2 White Oats Xo. Rejected thrmyfh party -glasses. I HUBCAFEj Cony be a re 51ocK tniinriiituuiuii fen do not prizc-what thcy- get-easily." n failure at other lines j country was the substance of miSht a homestead 51 I .'peroration. j and young men o.' enterprise- were' A.solo by Mr. 47l.ol G K Fleming in hH usuaTfinished Inot attractcd- _- Cod Save th- santr.-A Son of the DcStrt." 1 The -housht it a. gooflI idea meeting._____ [to expenmental W" fIndustrial a step ri.1A_ Tn introducing II. Fairficld, bii-jthcr than .scientific from Edmonton j _ pcrintendcnt of ,thc tlxpcrimentnl niltural colleges-teach the t Farm at JIatch farming., Tiwy_givc spoke of one mho had by his figure out the "hou'." They i. -c' CANADIAN CLUS LUNCHEON of the city provided not time iixrease proficiency in i.hvj'7 i one of Lcthbritlge's prides and a dcm factual cowld done on J stations' provide The speaker followed {data for the colleges to present j aie. a'-sure'l. Mr. Stephens, Iy'anecdote and direct advice, wnrn- In anv cminjf, followed closed the do- you think meant by "Tho shades "of night" were falling fast lhe_ .were pulU ing down "thoir curtains..' r ROOFING CORNICE WORK SKYLIGHTS FURNACE WORK A SPECIALTY buMKCss man jn the city, should mnke an vfTc.rl to be present j at ho luncheon gjven by the 'Barrister. 'Solicitor uffice tlnion bank, K-lyr -WANTED R002vT AXD T30ARD; or room in family1 lady. Ad- TJOK G, Herald -Office. 00-0 WANtEO WANTED, JMMEDIATELV A, Apfjiy. Windsor Hotel. auditorium Church this ev- ening, commencing nt eight o'clock. A deputation from the W.C.T.U. will wait upon the government and prc- dim Club tomorrow sent a petition ns'ong for.the fran- twrfte tc- in honor of. for xxonwn. Tin TV. Tors'. of-Albma Tni- dcputrttmn uill Mrs.- A. K. Ucrsity. who qivc n short nd- thoilbt noon _from }Thitton. neco.ss.iry to Baby's Own Cough Syrup A simple ofTcctivo remedy for oongh. TUVA BOTTLE 25c ii si J- J- Johnston Fire Insurance A.eent Bre These companies, not boing members of the com- bine, sjive a 15_ rates. See me for rates before placing elsewhere. R. V. Gibbons ottModt stations in dilTercnt parts the country to Mudy their sever- al nectls. Of Lethbridge they pro- posc-d to expefirncnt in dry and irrigated farming testing the differ- ent methods Advanced, Already j4.ests made with wmtcr nith to the of ihe to, be and tho of sowing. The in dn- land receive careful nt- tention. Tt is the duty of the rthcad of tbe iineiUal farm to, fanner to make these lid a form. a failure isrof than fa success their 'irork. On the land in- Icntion th? forage cropy. >Thc most lx> the ibe tV c of .water, will the 'students.' of th vantage of the system cf' distributing Jhc sta- tions the United Stales method of supporting only one in" a state JW methods varj- in different districts! cnUiI stations nrc of very great utility. has tv popula- tion espial to that of Montana and that state has, had a 'college foV fif- teen years. comittcndcd the ngi- lation an. agricultnrnl college in Alberta. TO R' Vhother it agricultural ed with a university Mr. said thftf that it is to h.we .thctn separated The president of the coMeges vrowld devote more attentioi) to and spend more money on the department" sort of hobby.' Aft or listening to a well renders! by T. S. McKcnrio, of was edited V6n to t r L. T were wise to affiliat- Atkirison Facts ibnt GHdef, Igis ud Scntt in tette iRd Sitter Ctmfo, CaL Frait Distnet FIvo to six crops of aihlU annually. CliitMte which kat tfatc Ftentr of wntcr lot lion. No HO Mixxxitie, no CotitiiumM and toil 'in airfl of divjcreifit (Manning. Ornrgrv i from four to six Ihnn.iw .otfcc-f vf Oaie ami gonrf scliools. Elortrlc iutemrWn cnnm'c-ting with inrgc cities, Irrigation frrxn Feather River. tkiid Inrgcvt tttrenm in state. ruin Ml 20 More than 300 of samhinc yriir. Miigniiftrmt pocxl hunting and fine fishing. A trood piacc M lire and a snre to make motwy in.' Write or cmll H. W. FtlEUNG, taml MpM M 1 MM For lufornifltioit and Li ten In x v v ;