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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta mHJAHY 14, Iftl Dafly HeraW after the eight hour bill up lor its second reading, that Cuah- had business oi such great AJU> at Culfiuy that had Canada! BUCHANAN; Editor. SfuJbicripticn J-L A 1 J I' S' year, delivered..... delivered. Daily, threfc months, delivered, Daily deiiyereu Daily, ipail Daily. sU by mail tHree tnontlis, by mail Herald, one year Addressee changed -as leave the session and go down to look aiter it. and the gowtp is that the are having an indignation -meetinK'at, which they want to tell liim what they think OHDUX TOflCS Ooleman, Feb; For past the coke of a government that legislation like that. will pass There, is been down and ai, a result sciwiinjf of Voal uiouuL'" that nioro This sUick'-thun lump S4.M 2.M I.M 3.M 1.75 .85 is de- new and old address loust. given. Subscribers will 'please order which should be given for a si-ccifie'l term. Remit by Express Orders P.O. Qrder, and Bank Money Order. not much danger, however, that they will jar Gushing very much as 'hj jjoeg ,i0t belong to the quit- ting family and he has taken hold ,t witii tlu> idea that it coal has been .delivered for domestic ube. When therefore of days ago a carload of coal rived from tho Royal, collieries it was eagerly "snapped up and the dray- IK CAtDSTON WKET weather rf tht lust lew davit put r the f iau questioning attitude as to wliHhtH- we are to haw mi jiist Received early spring or not. The succOMiul tiller of the soil is getting his ready, putting in nil work upon his and impleiueuU, in readiness for ac- of the luw with goes through, OUR POINT OF VIEW 'What Prof. Atkinson had to say about the agricultural college is about the most Valuable statement that has yet been made on the question. His .illusion to the failure, of the- agri- cultural eolege attached to State uui- i verities proves that the plan is bad. uum kept busy gctiinic it to the hou- ,uft, oiwralkwTthe moment that eon- ses purchasers.. As seoii as the ovons start wo" shall have as good coul as is required. Thursday night tho 'manager of the Co-operative Storf gave quet in the Pacific Hotel which wan .vell AUL'L- the WHlltS Of the Inner man 'saUsfwd the report of 'the secretary of tho asso- ditions Mr. J. Aikierion, our oldest aiul most successful farmer in the town of CardstouT has recently shipped a car or wheat. However, he u one of those who can always, hold HERALD, Lelhbridge, Alberta, Ca- to ascertain that the agri- cultural college, separate and distinct nada. [f our'friends who lavor with university, is. the best plan, usciiut for publication wish to 1 have, rejected Articles returned they lor me top price and his" never emptied until he is bins assured oi u-ad ciatton was not more than pleasing to.note Though' i aiming seven months it Mr. A. of our large that the business is formers-is .also shipping grain this on a nrm financial basis. Continu- week, car being completed. Us inception enlargement today ally si net- of uvth promises and stock has been going on from two till now no fewer Tho very cplt-asant, mild weather, stuff has grown [has not altogether satisfactory than to WJIlki as to the effect on fall wheat. Too much mild ._ five iiR-n arc required to attenti must iu all cases .send stamps -for that purpose. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers who fail to "recehe the Daily Herald will please notify the business office, by. phone or other- wise, at the earliest possible nient, so be'ensured. To ensure change of contract adver- tisement in ,the- Daily Herald, copy be sent in not later than C o'clock p." m. of the evening before Prof. wants of tlw many j tho office work. A of Montana Agri- J monthly dividends 'have been paid the earnest possioie. .mu- f t that prompt delivery may a. matter of jact. a good agri- cultural country when ho sees it and he says that Lethbridge, district has a marvellous future ahead of it. As a iiiuuer of fact, few of us have uny idea how'. rich and wealthy a district this is "oinfi'to be. Many people possess the mistaken OClUvAi'" -----j 11 'Transient display ad- that Northern Alberta is vertiseiiients will be icceived uy Jo j hl growjng district of the 10 o'clock a. in. of the crny o pub- n the Ucation, and want adveitUements up to 2JX) p. m. ADVERTISING RATES patrons and and. then'a severe freeze is opt substantial jto kl11 out gram- However, no such fours arc as yet warranted. Last temperature immediately hard p the "roa'ds and put sufficien Spy App es Oranges Lemons Cauliflowers Cabbage Parsnips Carrots. Onions Celery Befltty Co. ltd. Ht IttHl U A Cewnicti lots 40 ft. by 140 ft. on Tonanco Ave., North Cue lot gufiicient for gB site'. 'JVims down, btjlanoP'SlO per month without interest. Alberta Realty Co duel "Co-Op." is more than satisfied aivd gtate its kind, endeavored to fulfill their I by part of the contract. A goodly cured, for- business. ber attended but when the electricity! As If win-, removes from the town c'ucuit was turned'on Lcthbridge, .and is vacating his office the! i- machine it V. as found that thc If win-, removes shortly to IttttrMge Crpet tatiag nt liiin Ctoiiii Co. Stove Pipes also Cleaned Ctfi It CutWI St. Osr Spring Us fluve Just Arrived Stylish Suits AT RIGHT PRICES Cleaning and Pressing Promptly Attended To A. Huttoii Fhonc 265 l K i a- B PlANhNG Mrll j if ear. IBIU urn men 'Telephone 1 -lust'.- Mr -Lourie will be was .too high, "i-c-ait and Lho DAILY HERALD NEWS AND OF- FICE 6." D. AUSTIN, City Editor. j .TORRANCE, Canvasser, Col- ..lector and Assistant Business Man- was so g liable to be wrecked tlmt the concert71 had to bo called olT. Xot to be dis- appointed the went the Jiockcy match between Coleuiau aid Michel. They- saw. ri gome but not a mutch, in fuel if it were called a p rue t ice match a stretch of imagina- tion would needed. Some of the first Coleman tciun dill nofijlay but cv-ju then could do nothing. White of Colemau's team con- tent himself with skating around at his place-of point leaving tho rest The" danger icinporarily' located there, machine so] Taylor" The maiincc on Thursday at 3 p.m. gave.the little people an oppor- tunity of hearing and seeing this en- joyable musical performance, and LECTURE AT HUNfSVILLE Huntsvillc, Feb. very' onjoy- was spent in Hmitsville on Tuesday the 18th, when the large crowd 'who had gotten together in the school house were carried by the Rev. Mr. Reid, of Lethbridge, across the continent, across the ocean, land- ing finally in Scotland. There after' jointing out many places of interest he took his audience flown to the slums of Glasgow. Having labored there as a. city missionary, Mr. Reid was able to paint a true and interest- ing picture of life in the slums. And all were sorry when he biouglit them back to Huritsville. IS OX THE MARKET A UOnkre-Strictly'_ Attendtjl to Cash Must be. Paid on MR. SHERMAN DENIES (Fernie Ledger) It rumftrwl that F. H. Sherman [of the team to'pile up a score hl: 1 oi MISS GRIMM, Accountant..... labor will run for the local House in the Pincher Creek district and that Pet- er Patterson wfl be thf House of Commons candidate of' the party in Macleod district. The above appeared in the "Leth- bridge'Herald" of We are authorized to state that Mr. F. H. Sherman will not be a candi- date at the coming Dominion elec- tions, his time being fully occupied attending to the work of District No. 18. Mr. Peter Patterson, who is "at present in Nova Scotia, is not looking for political honors, has bition to be a political candidate, the Legislature-at Edmonton, and hej There-is no Labor party in Alberta. twenty-three goals while Michel fail- ed to secure a goal. Had the rost of -the team been as -good and had they none as oITeciive work as goal a different- sto- "ditiously and satisfactorily. Walter Manager of the Job Depart- ment. Telephone 106. A LABOR VIEW s The Fernie Ledger has a corres- rng "tlie' proceedings of writes some very interesting articles. As .is1, well, known, the Ledger is a Isibqr. itsu correspondent's ws on tlte eight hour legislation and C.oinpensatinn net are worth re-; producing. Here- is what he says Coming ,to the main question: the eisht hour law waa brought in] for its second reading on Tuesday Southern Alberta. evening, and' the speech which1 Gushing .made in, support, of it .was by all odds-the best thing of the session. Simmons also came upj like a.little man and made Aim of icile to Cuslnnc's address which sounded like the real thing. Rob- "eHson ,ind Hiebert for the oppos- The" Labor union having declared for Socialism; at present active measures are being-taken to. organize locals of the" Socialist Canada in many of the Industrial centres. We understand that considerable wire, pulling is taking place to nom- inate tVo well-known Socialists in TO BLOW UP DOCKS ition were for it 'strong and the southern members, although they been heard of yet, but by their silence are giving consent. "In fact no one -seems to have a word to say against- it, "as far as can be scon on the surface! Surface sh'ow- 'ings, however, aro not always in- dications, and in this particular the surface indications arc only hiding a. pretty sharp struggle be- iKMth; Xot that the- government is stvcrse to passing the act, but it is in deadly onrnost in its "anxiety Italians Who Work Are Out .of Fort William; Ont., Febb. ry might have been told. Not a shot long- or short .wenti-thrpuKh nis fence and it was 'only by- combina7 tion work and. the force obtained bj superior weight that Coleman car- ried the 'puck through again and ag ain. On Wednesday'.the, first game of the scries, which all have been-looking to, is to be played. Fernie lolds -the much covetetl r cup and the challengers must play it. on ;Fer- nie ice, best two out: of three to win it. A train will probably be run from Frank returning after the game and it is expected to be crowd- ed by the time Fernie is reached. Our boys are trim and we know from what" they have done they will give a go_od account of-them- selves: -They have the best wishes of all this B.-C. for their sue cess. gave thft- members a fine dress hearsal. In the evening a fair sized audience greeted the performers and the action moved smoothly. With-amateur criticfsm should bo kindly and from last night's performance there is no hesitation in opera' a decided buc- "worthy greater pa- accorded it. The chorus t work wa? especially good and thejault, if any to be found, must be ptaced with the principals. If was-certainly regrettable that Mrs. 'Ruby .May "such The solos by the _ Messrs. Reid, Hunt, Tennant and Parott, were also much well as. the "re- freshments served by.the ladies. Mr. ParroU, nither reluctant- ly occupied the chair. Photos 1 L----; 1 trw THE ARiNGTON COMEDIANS High Grade Rspettoire Ccmpsnyi In a Series of Metropolitan Successes .Beginning -next Saturday Febr -5; and continuing for nights The Leafing Hoteb of the City acted-her-part very well. Prof, j toire company that is quite out of the HANDFORD Harper's announcement to tho audi- ence before the raising of the cur- tain, prepared the spectators for a' worse' condition of the leading iady than really--existed, as jhe was able to render a number of "her solos during the first ordinary. The famous Arlington Comedians, a company of players, folks of high standing in the will present a series-of-royalty-plays, se- lected from the great dramatists, sue cesses of" the past and soa- As "liilce the leading role, i sonr r his-company while new to Lethbridge theatre ranks a.s one Mr. W: Sheffield did come up- to the expectations of his audience. As Sir Mincing-Lane, Knight, Mr.v Scott Brown gave the best solo work of the singing-was bet- ter understood because of-good ennun- ciation than that of any other one of the principals.1" His manner was nH- tural and carriage good.. As Capt. Flapper of the Thunder Bomb, Mr. Milton -Woolf certainly his make up being all that could be desired nnd his sing- of the very largest and finest reper- toire .companies on the road, and cannot be classed with the ordinary repertoire company, a.-i it; salary list Is about double that of the average company. A will be presented at each performance, and play will br mounted with evary attention to scenic and costumic de- tail. The company carries with. j.l the Polmatier sistfra ladies orchestra, five sisters, young beautiful and ac acer Jorpland, cf'the Canadian thorn coal clock, received a letter to the effect that an Italian had threat- ened tn blow tip the coal docks. Extra watchmen have been placed on the plant. It is understood that the let- ter to Mr. Jorpland wan an anony- mous a statement to the effect that a gang of Italians were out'.of employment now and had se- cured a large quantity of dynamite and were planning to blow up a large .section of Canadian Northern coal docks in order to create work! ONTARIO'S HARD WINTER Snow Blinded Death in a'. Snow Bank Ont., Feb. good atory is being told at the expense of a local householder Hiving; near, this village, the' members of which last week became confused as to the days of the week. On Tuesday L'ist, instead of following their usual occupations, they kept the day or most of it, as becomes Christian people oh the bath. On account of the heavy-storm and drifted roads, the usual inter- course between neighbors had not been carried on for several days, and it was not until evening, when each a solo nrtist: This ladies orchestra is in itself a liigli class, concert organization _ and was until this star attrac- tion-of Astern Lyceum Six special vaudeville acts arc c.'ir- ried. headed by the clever children. Fnez, Ady and Helen who will ay pear' between the acU at each pej- formance in brilliantly costcnipd anc up to duto singing: and dancing "sit- tractions. The ladies' orchestra render u concert program grade before tha curtain evening. The -Aringfon ongagenient is" one of unusual promise amusement lovers., Pricy 75c t Good service Hotel Coaldale Conducted E on the European Plan Rooms En -Snile -------Ciife in countction Henderson ffDcwaer, Prop. Balmoral Hotel BEST ..81.50 DAY' HOTEL, IN COUNTRY- place. Seats ron sale at; t he thtit'it should pass, but for probably the first time in the -history of la- bor-in lor tlmt matter 'f-ifT America, we have1 a government in the act of passing legislation wiircTi if -left to the vote of Ute entirely differ- ent. In every other case where 'concessions were wrested from gov- ernments the agitation came from 'outside and when it became so cla- morous could no'longer'be disregarded the politicians made a policy of it nnd through. In this case the only clamor that sootrift to be arising from the out- side seems to from the'operators, and believe me they arc hollering for lair. Some of the notos, wires, and messages that have been re- ceived during tho pist or four days would make pretty ppicy "if'har.ded publication, but tho capitalists, opposite tr, labor, do their kicking sabrosa and things; nevor get into print. It is free gossip around tho lobby and hotels, however, that the operators Cross's scalp for the com-J pf-n.sation act and that they-intend j to make a dead stt on him thej next election For what they consid-I n the uukinJcnl cut of all; itj is alsrt liotict-ablo the morning! iiiliiiiliiililinilll TO DAY'S i MAGAZINE i STAND March Bohemian March Grand March Smart March Broadway March Aintlee March Wide World March Scrap Book March March A5F Story March Railroad Man March Live Wire March Ptarsor.V March Popular 1 t TKFtflS MB some of the family, were about half way between their home and the vil- lage to attend service and met a friend coming to visit them that they discovered their error. Although the visitor was, it is said, bound to sec- recy, the story has leaked out. Guelph, Ont., easily have proven a tragedy occur- red in Guelph township a few miles from Guelph city a few nights ago. The Quarrie family, near whose home the event occurred. the man's predicament in time. It was late at night just ss the family were retiring, that a lonm of horses were noticed in the drift which klloxh the road acims the field from the house. The interest of the watchers was aroused ing above Ucn Barnacle Gab, taken by Hugh S. Brown and Mr. Ben May respectively, should divide honors evenlyVin both, dramatic' and solo work. The trio by Capt. (Milton C. B. A. (Ben'fMay) and Arabella Lane (Miss Ada Wright) was one of the best rendered portions of the whole deserved a re-call. "J As Eliza Dobeey, the buxom widow. Eunice carried off the honors for dramatic work among the ladies. Tho good voice of Miss Agnes May was prominent in "and by her assistance to Mrs. Ituby May as Phoebe Fairsleifh the leading Jady, did much to make tho. effort a siicceaa." The rope drill by the sailors, led by Ben Barnacle, was a very good piece ot work not excelled even" by ?ailor girls in their performance of was very creditable. It has been rumored that the opera j would be porformed in Raymond, but this i.s not intended to be undertaken at the present. We hope that a fu- ture renditioa of performance can be had in Canfelon as the. financial end of it i.s not all that was hoped for, thej Card.-jton choir being better off only in experience.: Mr. Harper's jwrch-i-stra aided by FAC SI M L-EI toff if Ctefc if Wte WEi ii pvHEct tjr 1st m tag of jhap usual _.- v-v Visiting brethren invited. y. G. DAV1ES, WrP. 24Jy J. WHim W. S. Order Neat of Owb ElHsoa Miliinr and Flevator Co. Ten C. j. Eckstorm' Lcthbridge Owls, No. 159, 7 will meet the firsthand third -Sundays -of mojnth in K. of P. Hall. G. X STOKKEY, SecreU-ry. C. ROSS jr. TIUKST, Junior Paat Copy of signature' Lotlge Pride Albetta, No. 293. IBS of [qluil tofit Sciet) Tta IUJGrtJi lilsaj arid irrijjeiioii Cempesiy Is now offering for sale_ the CHEAPEST LOTS _ ON THE JAARKET io see what progress the belated tra- veller was making. They watchod but the horses madir no headway, and it was decided .that the sleigh wag snow and .that the driver must', be. in need of assistance. A rescvMi party started out into the night, and, on reaching the sleigh, found the horses stuck fast in the drift, and the asleep in the Messrs R. Ibey andI A. Archibald gave] some excellent mnaic. "PanMnal Mr.I. M. DiMlkr; W. S. Thomp-j aon were in town today. The visited by Pres. Wood but he return- lib Hwtt ef tte "UHrni M Met Minster 81 -FROM 1 V EACH Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each cd in time to .witness the opera with Mrs. Wowl, ParWr and Horace Williams. back. -The man, who was a -We are sorry toVtaio lhat Mr. Duca was calW iowlh to attend tho. was awakened and assisted to the house. Already the cold had begun were slightly bxit not serioutly froe TERMS EASY OiiG-thinr avail, one-third months, halar.cs bedside of his son Roy, who is Ukiuf j a. business eoarss.- In _ihc_.Br lege, at Logan'.Utah. Me lefl on an hour's notice. IK tils, Mwt in Kniitbu of Pjihiiid cvcrj first nivd Thnre 'ay in nt 8 p.m. VIsiti a: br.tbnii' i owe. Wnltrr R.-biiw. .S-r; lloi v LETH BRIDGE C. B, P. O. C.' -.Meets 2nd and -4th month at 8.15, p.m. IE. A. SHARMAN, E. K. IS NORTH. WEST ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY, ENGINE I Labor fw- and-And fourth- Mondays-, K i Employers ccrtificAWsl 'en- gineers, and e'nfineepi out of I ment, would do well' to communicate [with us. ROBERT NKVIKf Oftcf. OEO. BRTJCK, ;