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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta WtDKISOAV, FEBRUARY Dafly Herald a plant for boring there the report jnore in-fitvor ol the by the Daily Herald Printing Ltd., every Jawful evening at iu office; Round St., Lcthbridge, Alberta, Canada. W. A, BUCHANAN, Di- rector and Editor. 'Subscription Daily, one year, deliverod...... Daily, six'Month, delivered, 2.00 Daily, three mouths, delivered.. 1.00 one month, delivered .35 Daily, one-year, by mail 3.00 Daily, six months, by mail turn Daily, by mail one year bottom than the present well Thg council ought to answer these questions. The entire- mutter resolves in- to this: Is it better-for-the city "to a lot of money OH another hole, ,-where conditions arc not any better or is it to thc city's advantage to take over the present well and continue- boring- to or especially since the expert in- dicates there is u possibility of find- ing gas there The Klectric Light Co. hus agreed ui'uVr another .'proposition', to over the present well to the Addresses changed as often as de-limj.J wrou sired; but both1 new'and old address j'uuUioh' of the well. If gas is found Ihe.-original If it is not the poiichr to thV thickness a to fthhty-six FLAG FLYING must be given. Subscribers will please remit with order which should be. given for a specifie'I term. Remit by Express found .-all the city will have to pay is the and cost of boring' the extra depth. Can the city do Order, P.O. Order, and IJ'ink Moneyj better -than that by boring another Order. hole1; We certainly think not unless or ications to THE LETHBRIDGE j uin giiiiraiuce the .city that it HERALD, Lethbridge, Alberta, Ca- j will find gas at another location. mad a. 1 _ ._ ff our friends who fnvor u.s with man- have rejected articles returneuthey must, in all cases send stamps 'for (Toronto The Alberta Legislative Assembly has voted down a resolution making1 the exhibition of the national flag on school houses compulsory, but lias, passed one advising it, We think this is the'right way; We do not1 understand the objection to Itying the tfag which seems to here and there in Canada, .but no gainsaying that there are communi- ties which look on it with disfavor. To cram the' ilagV'down: the threats of such may; make'them swal- low it, but will h'ardiy increase their patriotism, tvhciciis if arc left to themselves and the.' quiet but stea- Tiff C ARDSTffll KDGCT jv ton, fine or of Sunday last made those who ftUeodeti thc Kimball Ward outside a nost gnu, Accompanying President Kd. J. Wood, were Mart'' A.r Coombs and K. A. Low -oVv'the -Stake Sunday School supermtendency, H. Russel Sloan representing- the Young Men's Ibey, of the Young Ladies' board, Mrs. Margaret Sloan r for the Stake Relief Societies, Carlson, of iho Primary. Superin tendency, H. Archibald, Supt. of Religion Classes, and- High Councilman, S. M. Woolf, J. jX_Cahoon and H.-E. Wynder, Si, ily pressure of Canadian' sentiment, they may one day, put hand to. the hallimls of their own free and good PUTS U. S PAPER RIGHT With1 the Herald it is not a'ques- jtiun of the ICUA-tric Co. -Stopped oiT :u Thc KUfClrIc Co' iiuo 11 on his way east While that purpose. luring, proposition as a speeula- NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS, jtion ami with the object in view of Subscribers who mil to receive the i saving its own life. What we want Daily Herald will please notify the to be'considered is "Is it wisb ami j business office, by phone or oilier- in thc of the city to wise, at tiie earliest possible mo- delivery may 1 the uo11- ufler u hsis be ensured. been currioil to a depth of To ensure change of contract adver- and to spomj a lot of money iu bor- tisement in the Daily Herald, copy j UlK u holc w.llhoufc lXliy should be sent in not later Jhan 6 j o'clock p. m. of the evening before a of publication. Transient display vertisements will be received up to i As see the matter now it is a 10 o'clock a. m. of the day of pub-1 paving for the boring lication, and want advertisements} up to 2.00 p. m. ADVERTISING RATES j Want. cent a j word each insertion. No advertise-! merit for less than 25c. Six con- j secutive insertions for price of four. Initial letters, abbreviations, and "c" marks, each figure and words count as full words. When replies are to be forwarded send lOc. extra to cover postage. Terms there ho picked up. the and his eye: cuiighi the fol- lowing-article full of misrepresenta- tion. cash. Births, Marriages, and cents every insertion. Contract Display Rate card at "Daily Herald" Of- fice. cents per count line; dis- count to regular advertisers. Subject to advertise- ments subject to approval of man- agement of "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. plus if the gas is found, ou the one hand and boring an entirely new hole probably to a -depth of 000 or feet without, any great- er probability of finding', gas. It is only fair to say that the KSec trie Co. is not trying1 to hold up the city. If the city takes over the present (Minneapolis .Journal, Feb. 20.) CANADA MAY COME HERE FOR SEED DOMINION 'GOVERNMENT MILLIONS TO SPEND HAS Poor' Crops in Northwest Prompts to Appropriate Be- tween Three and Four' Million -CAR OF B. C Special' missionaries. Dan. Thomp- son, Kugene Robinson and Win. Wyn- der, were present. Of the Ward population very were absent, it ,Vas the attend- ed of any gathering ever held in the Ward. The additional .seats and pulpit re- cently purchased afforded accommo- dation for all ccimers. The mormjig session was devoted to the mteresiiTof the Sabbath School, reports given by Supt. T. E. Lpw and 'instructions in their work being given A. Coombs and A. Low. At the 2 [session leports were given by missionaries, Dan Kugone Robinson and Win. Wynder, are visiting ail the people, of the district cot- tage it h them. Favorable encouraged Fiom an initial attendance of 12 members, their'iiumters, had increas- ed to 55 at tliejlast meeting "held on the evening previous. Jtist in Stock The tatty CD. ltd. iri tetiil inimitt Payments 7 m A few nice 'lots 40 ft'.' 'y 140 ft. on Torrauce 'Ave., iCortli Wahl.' One lot sufficient for- buildings site. Terms down, balance per month vwithout interest. Alberta Realty Co Cibjs Coning SSriuter stock to much C. A. COOKSLEY t Old Bank of Montreal Building well cannot go to a depth of feet, the company is prepnnxl Do Mars to Supply Grain for Farmers Who Have Local Dealers Interested. -gruiii men and owners of luad the Canadian West are in- terested in -the pian of seed dis Some changes were effected in the Ward chief one being tlm release of ij. Sommerfeldt from the Sunday ScKool owing to his ret movaMrom and the instal- ation of' Mr. Bennett aa 2nd as- sistant in the supeiintcndency. tributtnn which' life Dominion gov s After voting on the officers, gen- were given by feit On the other hand prepared to accept if thc city bores co whatever depth it desires and gus is not found. DEPARTMENT. Job Department is tlie JOB The Herald best 'equipped in Southern Alberta. All classes of work handled expe- ditioiusly and satisfactorily. Walter Jordan, Manager of the Job Depart- ment. Telephone 106. r OUR POINT OF VIEW The council is to be commended for j its1 decision to extend, thc. fire" limits I Every public spirited citizen wants I the business part of thc city to be j as fire proof., as possible. The biy increase in school popula- tion practically means''that this city has "ut least- ir THAT GAS WELL MINNESOTA FROG CATCHERS (Washington Paul and Minneapolis largest frog markets in the world." This to gourmets and restaurantenrs rib doubt .highly interesting bit of Thc City Council should come out information was given by William J. m'tht-t open and let people know the "why and wherefore" of their actions on thfs important matter of gas. Last, fall the citizens voted in fa- vor of taking over the present jcas well. What has occurred to cause the present council not to heed the voice of the people at that time? Let more than a year. The Dominion government stands Mr. S. Kimball, the Primary pres- rcarty >to between Mrs. T. S. Lowe and the Reli- and to see that every far- gion class instructor, Mass Helen M. mer in the .west who had a poor these was followed last ycjrr gets a chauce to start'by the. the respective stake right this ,spring. AUvjrta will get organization: bushels of wheat, were also made by bushels of oats and bushels'J.G. E. Wynder, Jr., S. of parley-for seed. Saskatchewan M. Woolf J. Wood and S. will get bushels of wheat, Williams. bushels of oats and probab- The many witli godfl con- LETHBRIDGE 4 ALTA. In the Basement But stall on Lop. Three Chair'Barber Sliop Electrical Massage; Things .iu Private Post'Cards Cigars and Tobaccos- Mort. Priest kttl ly as much as bushels ofjgregtitiomil.hyinris, and two impromp- barley. will not so j tu trios by S.v ML Woolf, Win. S16aii much assistance from the government'and S. Williams, made a long session PERSONALS Jl. f.cach .-jtni. forty assist-; very enjoyable. ,r.s' lints- are sit, wort in Winnipeg', w the gniiu is being, cleaned -ami bugged.. Later the distributive head quarters wilt Ixi nioved to Tlegina. of Chicago, a wholesale! game and sea food dealer: "I believe -there' were- about five million frogs slaughtered the last About seven or eight years ago no frogs out of Minne- sota. Now OKI business amounts to ARE "ENCOURAGED Tlw proceeding is of a nature to tone up the entire western part of Canada, where in consequence of in- different poor crops last year, har- vest returns were small; The Caua- us know about it. "A wonderfdl industry has grown If the present council can convince! Up in St. Paul and Minneapolis the people that the hole cannot supplying the. United States with extended to or feet, all [frogs' legs. Frogs are found in other .well and good, but let them divulge! states, of course. In the South thc their authority at. once. One thing supply will probably never become is certain and that is that the1'" but there are no frogs like pert they brought here, did not con-jibe-. Minnesota product r for the epi- dcmn the present hole. In his report [cure. This is clear to'the council he suhl: j cool water which'rs: found'in Minne- "It would seem desirable to prose-1 sota's lakes, in which thc frogs cute.'the of the, present, hole; live and have their nests. The frogs breed very fast and as dian .government is going upon the theory that thc weather of last sea- son was eocteaordimiry and not likely to occur again in half'a ever, Jt is proposed to give oppor- Mr. and Mrs. "J.' W. Woolf departed yesterday for the south on business and "pleasure bent. "They will visit their son, Win. L.7nbw State University in :Utah, before their return. 1 f rt Mr. Leavitt, who recently sold out hi; holdings near Cardston to Dr. 0. D. Weeks, spent a few- days in Gardsion" on business and re- turned Monday's train for the South. Mr. EHas was in Young Ladies'- Stake Board and rep- resenting the Stake Superintendent, Miss Adclie 'Robinson o.f the Stake Sunday School -Board and W.- H- Sunday School Board and Mr. H. D. Fclsom. They report good meetings at both point5-7 The mild weather, continues and the roads are getting too soft for grain deliveries. The "Veamer cierk- i should.either give 113 or freeze j- things'up a little. Mr. J. M. Bilingsley who is build- ing up a fine ranch at his homestead bordering on the Cochrane lands was a visitor'in town todav. tunity to every farmer who was- town yesterday. t When seen at the able itiht year to seed grain, To Albarta Lumber and Mfg. Co.'s yard you it only requires a couple of months as far as it is possible "If you meet it', (gas) at. all would be most likely to meet it bo-'for them to attain full size it is fore .the well reached feet in j to understand how almost impossible depth nnn' most probably in 'the] will be to'exhaust the to neighborhood of foot." found in. and around the various I That Js the advice of the: export on- lakes and, ponds of the. state) which "Uy the Council. his opinion j probably breeding Unlike that for oysters, get n. ready and ample supplj- when spring opens. is expected that applications, will be received: Minneapolis mn'y 'come in for some ,part of the bushels of oats that w; U be needed over and above what 'Winnipeg .tan supply, although there is some Canadian sentiment in favor of bringing the seed from "Eng- land.1' S- That Minneapolis will sell Canada any seed wheat is unlikely but not! wholly improbable.' Tt will depend the supply in Canada he was selecting 4he lumber to be used in a new residence. Last month his fine home was .destroyed by fire Ovr Spring Goods Have Just Arrived Stylish Suits AT RIGHT PRICES Cleaning Presting Promptly Attended To A. Mutton Phone 265 ip ly UcH Uvtrj i. V-, m-oijvEJrs PIANING MILL I Hfe to Office, Yards Factory: cv. MM Hi mm nm Telepltoue 153 PtonfflrCoal IS ON .THE MARKET s. All Strictly S Atterxled to Cash Most be Paid on Ddtvwy V I r HANDFORD IN 30 YEARS" NO TIMBER- Toronto, Feb. addressing the Canadian dub on -the forestry policy of Canada, Prof. B. E. Fernow laid stress on the that the. amount of timber- available in vthe United Sta_tes would-be exhausted in thirty-years and now'aboli- tion of existing import duty on logs into the United States is agitated. and hib friends 'and neighbors arej Consumption" of wood in all indns- all busy as bees this building trial nations grew in the last two a compound rate of 3 to 5 per cent, per capita per annum. J up an other dwelling for a deserving yet unfortunate citizen. A practical demonstration of tlie. saying, "A friend in need is friend cornea so infrequently that R docs one good to hear of Omlston is gradually, building up a reputation for good horses. Every day witnesses several Ine -Percher- worth anything If .so then it clear that there is a possibility gas !S a for frogs' log.-, aU j might by found at. feet. .'j the''year round and it is necessary toj canco1 this on nn-v The Klectric Light Co. says, not'hunt thori1 5" the winter lime, when for that it wiJI guarantw thc discovery M'11' ib frozen to a of of gas, thnt is impossible, but and the ice covers it will forfeit ten tliou.sand dollars to the city if, the wolfcannot be put I I I M I I I M t i j M H j Hit That is a fair of-f fer. agrees to forfeit if hole cannot ho extended to feet. That is a fair offer too. out and iu the event of it be-'ons more fine.CIydes, ing eximusted nu order for a big proudly along our streets as round lot might be thrown this proud owners indulge them in by Canadian government. j their till we The-import duties the United from 30 to 12 cents a ties on Rrain, Our i into Canada the display of them mm ;RATE PER WEEK; 21 Meal Tickets Meals served a.'m. un- til ,8 p.m." READING Cor. Smith and FIRE AT CAMP3ELLTON, N. 8. Campbfcllton, N. B.. Peb. hotel here was-destroyed yes- terday by fire. Loss with'some insurance. FAO si M i L.E: dp; if duck if lifts liti ii ppnr fsr 1st ill ft, fet; if The Leafing Hotels of the City The Lethbridgc -Well equipped Good Coal dale Conducted Exclusively ,-on the J Rooms Single and En'.Suite Cafe'in connection 8 Dowser Prop. Balmoral Hotel BEST DAY HOTEL IN SOUTH GiVE IT A TR-IA-Ls MeeU -1st and 3nl M o n d ays in K. of P. Hall at 8 o'clock. "v Visiting .brethren are cordially invited. v. S. a. DAVIES, 24-ly T., J. WHITE, W. S. a t, Millingr nnd Elevator Co. Order soon be Electric Co. wont into gas bor- ing to protect itself. It spent its money in n search for gas. under an agreement with the city. When it the defined limit, thc. rate-; payers could have said "Keep your j well, you haven't found gas but you havo yourselves." But they! riid't say tliat. They voted in favor! of taking Oven the woll nnd extend-! ing it. Herald hopes like most other j that gas will be discovered. Tf the council can us thht there is a.greater surfty of gas ing discovered at another point with-j in the city let them do so. If thej V.-an't thc people then they' must explain uhy they arc turning down the expresswi risho.s of thc peo pie in regard to the present well.. Is likely to be discovered on the river _ Ts gas certain to be found at the ridge six miles from the What is it fcoing to cost to put in1 TO DAY'S! MAGAZINE STAND March -Bohemian March Grand March Snrmrt Set March Broadway March Ainslee March Wide World March Scrap March Argwy March Alt' March Man March Lfvt Wire March PtarMn's March Popular you the, displr.y then and Canadian officials have vou of afterward. The olde.'-t daughter Mr. F. C. j Strate, Mountain View, is reported j as very ill with pneumonia. Dr.! ,The Alderman, is always look- iStackpoole is attending and we trust ing after Southern Alberta's interests immwlintoly to the lf> 'nal tho following Better: Galore To the Editor of February is toga out'in a blnze of The- Minneapolis Journal.'' 'social glory. Minneapolis. Minn. j The Indies' Kensington Dear read with much inter-'out with an announcement, for a. cst an article in your issue of yes-' grand ball on Friday evening the 231h tordny headed "Canada Slay Come inst. Here for SeecV ;n which it is Slav- This is a leap year affair and thc cd that AliK-rtu uill gct bu- ladies are looking wise-partner-wisc shcls of wheat. bushels of -this week. Some one is sure to get oats nnri bushels of barley left, however, wT extra gentlemen for seed. I am certain our people arc 50c per capita. delightedi to come to Min-! Another" party "is-to be given the ncapolis for seed ?rain for Alberta' same evening in "the Band Hall. 1 were there the necessity for it but1 Two social functions in one week' there is .surely a serious to tho credit of the'.Band' Boys is! fiomttihctv Southern of a record breaker for' last fall, ,the largest acreage as well'them. Why not combine and as the largest yield per aore it ever one big had in its history-vast tmcls yield-j Mr. S. M. Woolf, assistant post- ing much as to GO bushel of master the office here, Is] wheat per aero. T am not in a posi-1growing tired of indoor life and will! yiOn io hpt-nk with atithority regard-' insUll a df-puty4 next week. The) ing Saskatchewan and JFaniioha hut''public will rwKs" T can do so about Allxjrta. j The Stake nujtuai officers By inicrting this letter in your is-' Mountain View .Ward during last I sue of today, you will confer a great Sunday Caldwell Ward Ten C. Eckstorm Lethbridgc, Alberta. tor Orillia of the The lerta foilway ind Is offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET Ms if tte Siii-Brtnl iBtefKBtiiiitef M. FROM EACH Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each TERMS EASY Interest 6 per cent, per annum Oiic-tliirtl one-third K months. Imlance 12 month's. d. (M Uttlrttp, Kb. Nest of Owls Lothbridfe Nest ol Owls, No. 159, will .meet .the first -.and third Sundays of month in-K. of P. Hall. STORKEY, Secretary. C. ROSS TATE. President. M. PRIEST.-Junior Past Ixxlge Prkle ot AUiurtBt No. 21W. SOB of befit kietj in Knbbfp ot n Hull Walter- Frerl T. R..MM. S Boi 47. t-lf LETHBRIDOC <.OlAA ftO, Jl C. B. F. -O. I. Meets and j'mwfar 4 month -at 8.15, p.m. E. A. SHARMAX, M nws HORTH.WttT ASSOCIATICN STATIONARY Meet in the Labor HaH and and fonrth month. Employers r'neera, and enf inettn out of employ ment; would do well to- with us. ROBERT NEVIJI, OEO ;