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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 1, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Herald volume :j lethbridge, alberta. wednesday, january 1.1908 number 9 ^ The Store McKelvie Satisfaction I of Quality. & McGuire Guaranteed | Hi ffe a Happy and Prflsperess to to SI! Wo will start tin- New Ycnr villi our usunl Sloclctukiny limit is hero, mul owiny to the very mild weather in tlio past wo find we have many lines of Counter (roods to clear. No room to carry over Winter (foods. K very thing must fio at SACRIFICE PRICES. NOW, MR. MAN. IS THE TIME: FOR YOU TO BUY YOUR OVERCOAT 1 only RACCOON COAT..................good value at (io Skiddoo Price, $42.50 1 only NATURAL RAT LINED COAT......... .regular $90 Skiddoo Price, $64.50 2 only CALF SKIN COATS, Black Aatmchan Collars, reg. 27 Skiddoo Price, $19.50 MEN'S TWEED OVERCOATS, good value at..................$10 Skiddoo Price. $5.75 Men's Blue and Black Beaver Cloth Overcoats.................reg. 13 Skiddoo Price. $9.75 Men's Tweed Overcoats.....reg. $13 Skiddoo /Price, $8 Men's Tweed Overcoats.....reir. $15 Skiddoo Price, $11 Men's Heavy Tweed Overcoats, storm cottar......................reg. 89 Skiddoo Price, $6.25 Sweeping Reductions in Men's Underwear, Winter Caps, Fur Collars " j Output Will Be increased to Eleven S!""-v Roxenuwnt has been elaborated I Hundred Ton, a Day. in:] i o: ii |>U-t :*(l liy the Pepn rlmcnt of' ___ A despatch from Cttiwa says Mr. Magrath will run no an independent Conservative. -,j,- TWO SHIFTS AT MINE. Agriculture of lie- I'rovhicc of Alber-tii.' 'I'l-i,' programme consists of a |.r, traded series of dairy, poultry iiii'I gra n judging schools for nil.lost every t'lwn and city of the pruvince. . The best, ngrirultura I experts, dairymen ami poiiitrv raisers in tin- prow/ice -.1 -id rent rihu i.' as Jci-t invrs and dcnionsl i at nr.- . Th'. y v, ill nls of bnil.iing and his loss will be a thou-the Jiuuiager of tile Henk of Corn- -�:i, beloujing to Chisholm & | followed, and Ear I �& Keith's law vt-ued at fix thousand, were ! fice also. The latter saved all books in shipping endeavor to discoiiraue the small shipper or in o-ther words, on the second j U)()f.(; u,h() |j-i \ e sli i pped jirivato- INCREASE THESE STOCK Iween seven and ei,ir!;t 1 or day. I'uWin sliifl, which is smaller than the Hrst. |,y to Wiimipejr, -Montreal and the old ; (j. W. KciT Cfl.'i t hcW-mihcl SuCteSS- output to about . C(a-,,t.ry luive been designedly held up j from i he point of shipment until jth-ir cattle were on the books in I I Iv-- ma r'.et. CUT m U.S. AGENCY will increase the eleven hundred tons ---- per da.v. C. .I.?.'* Tiownnui, tlii. liiiitod States / (eonsulur Agent here, bus beeii.iiott-; flat! that the oUtcc will close "after: l-ec. 31st. and tlnt.t alt,papers, seals. KILLING OF ANIMALS Beef Commission Recommends a Most Humane Treciinent (From Monday's Dailv.) The following; ore furiher pare- | vrapiis of the lii-el' i'oinniission re-  port. j i We were able to trace the steer , frciui the Alberta rang-e until he arrived in the Wii!iiipai>- stock yards I and tic piuim niirvlus thoroughly j witli uvery detail in the process ii]i i to this point .Ini't we are lirtnly con-| vin;'.*d that mo.-t of the trouble e.\-' per.cnced by the private shipper is to be iocated lieyund this point. We can epiile easily um'ersiund that The O. W. K-err Company, of ,\lin ,a"d other nia'tter.s per.t:a;n,iiig, to..,ths; noapobs, .Minnesota, recently increas- '� urc to be roi-. to SuUb-.OOO.OO , This company was organized at, Kargo, North iiako'Ui, in li'0-1 with'! an authorized caiutal of S"i0,00u.0O. it is to the interest of the transport.-Your commission.-rs have taken oc- ution company to have shipments showing the relative fecundity and ! casion to visit, sev era I slaughter boils consolidated and have the shipping-vitality of old seed and new seed, es situated in .both provinces. We ,|0iu. |,y as few men as Vossihle. Ag-whoiu seed and broken seed, mature wish to say on tin. whole that mnt-!uin it is to the interests of the coin-seed and frosted seed. This feature are conducted in quite, a cleanly mission men and the ex|iorter to dis- ! quiivs a capital of a hulf-million (lot is unhpie and calculated to be of the : manner. We desire to draw the atten courage private shipments as it. will j � f-'00'1 to, :,1U.; ,e gracl,- : ling an axe, except, that it is pointed : should then be the agents to combat ! l'asL three years, nor do wx> caic to Kiven Canadians a.nd propose sonil work. In addition lectures will be by commercial experts on the ,... . ..................... *� T** ^ Pf6"6 ; 175,000.00 of the new issue of stock "^nt think they are supplant- es is simply appalling. If the an,-ual, ,nc slnu,;. ^ ' AJen ^ ns i has already been subscritol for, mak- ier K()ul.(.|, ,hnll to ciirelessness on from Alberta to Winnipeg and Won- ; iness m 1908. is better than ever be- ,u CoaldH,!e, the first station, oast of STL'OIKS l-V OATS 1.30 p. Varieties and milling qualities; 2 p. m., Judging of com complaint to lodge against the. C. I .ven or eight blows on different por- j H whiIc Knm)lf,1. HhipfK.n an, lou, ,". , . �� McKillicnn, nonunion Seed Ubor,, , lunnane standpoint; we lielieve that ............ "�- ......_____________ ' ... _______ .. ... . ... _________... remainder of the tram was standing .Messrs. II. A. Craig, Director Fjirmers' Institutes for Alberto; ( lory, Calgary; (!. II. Hutton, Direct-i Ku(.h ti,im,s K|,,,iil- H Uender son, Department of Agriculture. VA-monton; Thus. Woolford, Cardston, W. F. Stevens. Clover liar; A. Mil-chidl, Chief WcihI Inspector, Alberta: H. II. Galbrai'th. Nanton, I'!. C. Mall man, Airdree. The staff of speakers for the Dairy. is ul- a v,.ry i,fo,.jor quality meetiiiKS include the following gentle men:- Messrs. C. Marker, dairy commissioner for Alberta; II. S. I'earson, It l S. Scoff, assistant dairy commission the i ers; .1. (J. Clark, Ottawa. Mr. Chirk ; �(> have found to be very j has lately come out to live in AIber- j familiar with exporting condi-ta. He is a practical dairyman. He j tions, and with the exception of one ; won the prize for the best herd of | or two who are favorably situated j Alyrshires' at the. Columbia Kxposi- j the'r. evidence goes to show that j tion in Chicago in 18S1H. The course | there is something seriously wrong, j in dairying will include such subjects I Almost without exception the small It has the advantage of ... .- 0, n . . , , on the main line. No. 80, another security, with a better earning cap-;f^ loft rjrthbrI|| ,(lvt boumJ. It is of the utmost concern to th(!iacrty in the way of increase value, ,^ ^ (),clock ^ ^ Alberlu rancher that his cattle reaeh "than any other form of sale mvest- We have the largest orgoniz-Our agents running into Coaldale at the rate of twenty miles un hour crashed into the cars standing on ttu- line. The. protect dumb creatures from "T�"-'-| p^n,!,. |, ,,.,,,.,. ,,, |llvvent a con-'""tion in the country, sary cruelties; we would suggest that ; tinUttncu ,, tlli, above -condition of'"'* "riling us from alt over the it be compulsory for all animals to|u(Tuira W(. W()l,, ,,,,,mlllc,11, thal lho , North-W, that the land business in �w JU,n"cd a,1 >i I 1 * i ,1 nit Ii 11 lull lit ijYTMU'Umi'P t-hil L ' � '  � ' * i 1- V. ..n. in____i ...:il .-_____.. i. . t...:......_ I - 1 .weekly scheduled stock train, this the North-West, will invest their sur- m N | iruin to haw the right of way ufter i l'llls the security with which they such brutal treatment, in tbo killing | p,,.^,,^,.,. ,trilinSi nnd that its ratcof!nre familiar. goo ''f'-vs while in transit and j 'The poultry meetings will be in l j charge of Messrs. U. W. I'ole.v, Foul try Suiierintendent of again it would be possible to take many cattle from Calgary to Winnipeg the llupart- ; Kith and 17th, TJethbri