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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ftBy Vriuled Daily Herald Printing %'p.; Ltd., every lawful evening at iu Round St., iuduoeU to tud likely not Mr. McCarthy .deep in his heart hopc-s for (Meat, so that he can get Uck to his profession and liuke u living and save up u little j money for a rainy day. A Western professional or business man should not serve as a member of Parliament at Ottawa for a less W, A.BUCHANAN, Managing Di-. rector and Editor. vr Subscription Daily; one year, delivered..... vnonth, delivered, months; delivered. Daily one month, delivered one year, by mail mouths, by mail ihrce V.'eekly Herald, one year I (JO 2.M I.M .35 3.M 1.75 L5d receive the smallest allowance those farthest away the largest. Addresses changed -as often as de- sired; but both new and old address be given. Subscribers will please remit with order which should be given for a specified lenn. Remit by Express -Order, P.O. Order, s-nd 13'ink Money Order. )rders niuy be sent direct or through anv newsdealer. Address commun- ications to THE LETHBRfDGE HEltAI-D, Leth bridge, Alberta, Ca- nada, [f our friends who favor us with man-; indemnity than a year. It is not worth the tiouble otherwise. The indemnity should be eraded so that the members closest to Ottawa would and As it is now a man hi the West practi- cally has to go to Ottawa and remain six "months, being unable riming that to look alter his busines affairs tit all. is not a sufficient iu- ducemont. Leader Robertson, of the Alberta can Mr. Robertson be so us time that he is a Tory. Tlu- cat is out of the bag. The Cal- urv Herald has been posing 'SriS puSion but ,te have rejected articles returned they it was lhe 011iy paper allowed to have mus-t-jn all cases send stamps foria representative at tho Conservative that purpose. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS who fait to receive the Daily Herald will please notify the j be ensured. To ensure change of contract adver- tisement in the Daily Herald, copy j should be sent in uot later than 6 j gary o'clock p. m. of the evening before -norlh a] publication. Transient display ad-, _ vertisements will be received up to 10 o'clock a. m. of the day of pub- lication, and waut. advertisements Worl Rambling Reverie .-_ Choipc SPY App es NO. 0 W.P. of annual convention Lenis passed a to the eifcct that j tho without workers sufficient time to Alberta Realty Co Bai-snips Calriots' PLANING MILL i clairn-thal it worker vfrom Onions Celery work an dtort to im- prove his condition, the employer- c cvudc lhe closing down his property pror Office, frnU Cr MM H. NVtt Telephone 15U ORANGES t LEMONS c-h will not be found to have unity and to express, the best thought-. The household, tlje ships of the guneou-s. His house oitpht to show u, his honest opinion of- what his well onuiUts. Ui when he rest among his kindred, and forget all al feet ion, all compliance, and even al exertion of will. He brings horn whatever commodities and Opposition, says (he now president have for yeais allured his of Albeita University, is a Grit. !fu- pursuit, and his character oe ______ spoil in them. JJut what idea pre- Surt-ly everybody ouglit to know by i (loinjnflles iu Our'houses? Thrift first, then convenience and pleasure. Take i off the i oofs from street to street, "and we thall seldom find the temple of any-higher god than Prudence. The. progress of domestic living has been in cleanliness, in ventilation, in- thealth, in decorum, in countless convention in Calgary. That shows j mejms !mil -arts of the the Tories think of the Hrrald. j all nullities of every clime in each house. They are ar- an u i tempt nuide on his part to reduce the of his employees as was clearly shown by the recent actiofi of Boundary district of British Colum- bia." The- International Union is soritething more than tin or- g-anuatiou for' raising wages. It al- so -takes care of its aged and sick members. Union Printers' Home at Colorado Springs has often been quoted' as a'model institution of its kind.' Thertsjthe fixhl, against tuber- culosis is carried on' under the most up to 2.00 p. m RATES Want cent a; word each insertion. uicnt ior less than 25c. Six con-1 secutive insertions'for price.of four. Initial letters, abbreviations, and "e" marks, each figure and words count as full words. When replies are to be forwarded send lOc. extra to cover postage. Terms cash. Births, Marriages, and cents e'veirv insertion. i Contract Display Rate card at "Daily Herald Of- fice. cents per count line; dis- count to regular advertisers. f Subject to Approval-All- advertise- ments subject to approval of man- agement of "Daily Herald." houses of the poor are imitations investment of about a quarter OL Uir Spriig Halve Just Arrived Stylish Suits AT RIGHT PRICES I APPLES .DAVIS SPY ROMAN ..BEAUTIES I M! to a district within a 50 mile ra- dius of Leth bridge. Put that in your j pipe, Mr. Calgary "Herald; ot prudence'hi laborious without a million, in, land, a house kept to the end of dis- 1 play is impossible to all but a few wo- men ami The first Canadian club luncheon I bought, was. a great success. success is dearly since the aW It is to'be 1 hoped that another gathering will be j held soon. It is a long time since so of our citizens gathered togeth- a social way and more assemb- many Unhappy MtrrJages The universal expectation 01 mar- ried people is that their married lives will always be happy ones. Deluded of" that character will benefit dreamers: They imagine that they all. It would be- a good idea to j are different from other and a fortnightly luncheon during remainder of the winter and have as the speakers some well known lo- jcal men. __f____.__._-. NAGE ACT; that when they enter the portal of matrimony, love, peace and prosper- ity will ever bs their attendants. Such ones had better by far consider themselves the fame as others, but 3 that will keep ;'them from danprous coasts upon equipment. Us maintenance tho about, saiuc sum. Union'npri filers who uot in good health or who arc too old the homj oil tho recommendation of their lo- cal union.- charg j ed and the'bouiity bi the home is uu- purchasable. -'The home has been found too small, however, and a movement jsr'now under way for an addition' which .will accommodate the splendid library of volumes which has-.been" collected and also give room for inmates. A pen and Pressing Promptly Attended To A. Mutton Phone 1265 All first Class L LM. Banks 4 Co DAILY HERALD NEWS AND OF- FICE STAFF- O. D. AUSTIN, City Editor. JOHN TORRANCE, and Assistant Man- ager. MISS GRIMM, Accountant....._ t JOB DEPARTMENT. Herald Department best equipped fry the j and ruined. Unhappy n Hon. W. H. Gushing siim scheme also adopted at the coir.entkm international held in August lasf and all aged "members hereafter will '-receive n'fixed" sum per week. I pend upon many causes. I to marriage, many try to appear more The TfliiovyJng paragraph "wrecked v delivered the jcity for I" 85 per-toil.' faust'accompany -Border. The HoUb of the City The Lethbridgc Good service Edmonton, Feb. Hiebert bas suffered a second 'defeat in his attempts to place the liquor dispens- more amiable, or more accommodating than they really are. Depend upon it, that love brought into existence .bv moonlight strolls the Unionist" for reports Jrom Crow's Xest eleven hundred IOTHI IsffiMSE 1 TlsWfi d, :_ Of all kinds done on short notice.; Ask for bn- loaving orders elsewhere itte Hotel Coaldale Couductitl -Exclusively on the r Plan Rooms En Suite Cafe i n connection 9 Dowacr, Prop. THE RIGHT MAN Rev. Mr. Chiver's tribute to Dr. his dispensary bill, was thrown nut two weeks ago and was disallowed by the speaker this afternoon. The speaker said there was no such a pre- cedent for a resolution of such a na- ture and he did not want to estab- Tory close of the Canadian one. Club luncheon we are sure met with the approval of every gentleman pres- ent. Certainly Dr. Tory impressed all as eminently, fitted for the position of president of the University of Al- The drainage act was introduced and explained by Mr. Gushing. Mr. Gushing explained that arangements most as fast as the flowers which compose Hie bridalvwreath.' Influence of Lady Jt is better for any man to pass an evening, once or-twice a week, inrri lady's drawing'room, even though the conversation isl slow, and ypu_ know the daughter's song by heart, than in a club, hotel or pit of a theatre. All amusements-of youth to which virtu- The Hadley-Roberts Co. tion onlv know where the idle men are to go Jo.r a master, from neither source is there any in- formation at this writing." _ t Apropos of the foregoing paragraph I may state that "W. R Trotter, or- gaiiizur fur Eastern Canada of the Dominion and Labor is just now in as. Canadian A Big Cut in for 3 A New and Complete Stock of Webb't Just 211 had been made with the Dominion cms women are not admitted, rely on "Oi eminent so that the new act would j itr are deleterious in r their nature. berta. He is a man of marked abil-juot conflict with-the Dominion irri-JAll men who avoid female society ity, he hns progressive ideas and j gation act. HP also said that he had aS5urance of the department of back of everything he possesses a wide experience in university manage- ment. Nearly every person who heard him yesterday will agree that he is' tho strongest man that the province could secured important position. 'Dr. Tory interested every, man pres- the interior -that all the Dominion land benefited by this drainage act would be handed over to the Province. The act provides for the construction of government drainage ditches throughout the province, the cost of which lire to be apportioned off among ent in the university problem. Apart j anfl by assess- from one or two gentlemen, the j ment on to be based on the gathering was made up solely value to such lands re- business men, who in most cases i from the construction ot the look upon a university rw a luxury j that, only n few can afford to patron- j Tlie (jjlches may be built "across or ize, but Principal Tory gave them LhTOUgll lhe 0{ any person, th have dull perceptions, and are stupid or have gross tastes and revolt against what is pure. Your club swaggerers, who are sucking billiard cues all night, call female' society; insipid. labors' British the to -w here _ they will get off at upon their in this, land of "glorious In a recent letter-to a -league in he Sal vation Army on the defensive. y are advertising for GOO to sail a new idea and that was that penaity for ob.-itniction of the work in Provincial University a part and an way is not Acceding The act Qf parcel of the life of the Province. that Upon it depends the future of the Qne not any benefit from H-n of is deprived of the water supply for domestic purpose-s by reason of such ditches, may apply for compensation in the. same way as if the lands had been taken for public work. is alhO made for the maintenance of ditches. young men and young worn Province. Upon it we must rely for the intellectual standard of future .generations. If we want Alberta 4o be great W must give the University support. Every man t1lc semblage. feeling that he had a pcr- rnnal interest, in the University, so forceful was Dr. Tory's presentation of the function of a Provincial University. "Dr. Tory is bound 10 be one vl the great men of this province. His po- sition gives him a commanding place, st must be adittilled, but over and that, he possesses ill tho mark.-, of a great man. He is learned, he is advanced and he is a leader. He will make the University a great institution because he will put heaps of energy into his work and enthusiasm into his staff and stu- dents. Out in this country energy and enthusiasm have marvellous power. Pot-try is uninspiring to a yokel, has no charms for a blind man; mu- sic docs not please a poor beast who 'does not know, one tune from an- other; but as a true epicure is hardly ever tired of water, sauce and brown bread and butter, we protest we can sit for a long evening talking to a kindly Voman about her girl Jane, or her boy Frank, and enjoy the evening's entertainment. One of the great beneGts a man may derive from >e respectful to her. The habit is of preat good, depend upon it. Our education makes u.4- the most emin ently selfish men in the world. We Itiilllllllllll (en routu for tlrkish; Columbia) on the 20th of February ot this week.) They" claim- that thej have a contract with the Bri- tish Columbia Government to Columbia Restaurant Open 'Day 'and Night FRESH. OYSTERS Candies, Goods. Mtal Tickets "Next door to Coaldale Hotel Pioneer Coal IS MARKET Orders Strictly Attended to Cash Mast be Paid on Ddhrcry JHES BKHFT: Prop. Balmoral Hotel BEST, :DAY HOTEL viK ,THE SOUTH COUNTRY. Give -A TRIAU W; Trotter 'is well k throughout thlyCiinadiantWest; hav- ing represented" the Congress as or- ganizer jn_ .this, territory until .the election of last tcrnber. ,_On_thc former's he will take up Congress work in East- ern Canada.' _ t UEIICIH BtSTlBIW RATE PER WEEK, supply 1 ,000 men in 1908. Thoy deny that their .men -arc sent to the cities, but that they are all sent to Also that they, have nu iHhtrcse' among people that they have shipped. Following my meeting in the London offi- cials wirwl -to Coombs to if they r cancel the next bailings. and V Coombs wired back to send take no tight for ourselves, we yawn for our- as there is plenty of room in selves, we light our pipe and say we won't, go prefer ourselves and our case; and the greatest bonc- fit that comes to a man What about the situation in from a wo-tCiow's Nest and in fact all over Ca- man's society he has to think! nada-nt the present and of somelxxiy to whom ho is bound to j about the following from the Bir- be constantly attentive and resDect- Some children art more prone to "jshow temper than others, and somc- you ever'hear the-storj'.of- checks 1 Well, here is one which hap- pened a workman ,not a hundred miles from the big bridge, the foun- dation of which is being presently laid in Lcthbridgc. A, week or so ago hu was one. of the deputation who waited upon the masters to see if they could not-prevail upon them to allow them to work Tor" living wages with the result-that he'along m-kh_ the rest was fired. Pay day along and he went, to the office for his hard-earned money, and lo he was .some Sti On stating this ho told: that this was al that was coming to him, "whkh fig litt-d out at IT 1, cents per hour. II refused'to accept the checkv and took: a walk up to a. place notr a. hundred miles from the llarracks, and wljen he waitctl.on the masters the follow- MeeU lit and M O 11 K.UVri UI VMC tho job number bWfi-----, nf Tor in vain Jgr ;