Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
ALSfcHTA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1908. Herald r side "Bronchitis" i by the Daily Herald Printing Co.. Ltd., .every lawful evening at iU office, -Bound -St.. Lethbridtfe. Ctatdla. W. A. BUCHANAN. Di- and Editor. fubieription Daily. one delivered Daily, nix mouth, delivered, Daily, three months, delivered one-x month, delivered Daily, ooe year, by mail Daily, iir months, by mail three months, by mail Herald, one changed as 2.00 I. II .35 3.0C 1.75 .S5 1.50 _______ as de- aired; but both new and old address given. TIME WILL TELL Eastern papers tell us that Hlk Lake in the Cobalt district. rocks THE SHEEP INDUSTRY (Medicine News.) iieiiie-ns ivparding the slirinkjige ie sheep industry, made by James aijr and Boyce Wrieht in buile- i.-suod by the Alberta Sheep ders' Association, are on'oneousj i yellowish color, t.u an extent to call for correction. The assertion is madv that from f'n'c-ks sho-p in 1W5 the shrinkajre in the province has been such, that iu 1WS there were only head. Whether any ether see. lions Alberta have been od. The Xews is :i.-t i-.i a state, but as far as the Medicine Hat district is it seems to j have been left of censuiorution i entirely. While exact figures aiv nm Available for use at short notice, 1 The is satisfied tlu.t in the Is generally the result of a cold caused by exposure to wot and inclement weather, and is a very dangerous inflammatory atlec- tiou of the brouehiid tubes. The Symptoms are tightness across tko chest, sharp pains and a in breathing, and a sooretion of thick phlegm, :it first white, but later of a greenish or course of a couple ef weeks returns, and forest a few weeks ago. is now a procured to prove the state-: thriving mining town with seven ho- ,llotv thoro tels, seveu doctors and lawyers a. more sheep than the merable. The growth has been remarkable. but that it will be permanent, those who remember the Yukon ana the Kootenay mining booms do not be- lieve. Elk Lake may exist for a few years and then become a waste o; vacant building's and for such is the late of towns whose existence is based on :x rush and silver. In Western Canada towns spring up quickly but they come to stay. Bao'K of every town in the west are agri- cultural resources that can never be exhausted. Their productive- powers will advance as the yours roil by. and 50.000 Klk Lake. Gowcr-andu and Cobalt Cardston Th will be forgotten when Warner. Gras- 'province th.-y th'.uph: sy Lake. Bow Island. CoaMale and other new towns iu r.his district are expandimr- compilers pve ail Alherta ereait oj possessir.ir. When shipping ceased in the fall. Stock Inspector J. H. G, Bray's returns showed that 12.235 liead had been shippeu from Medicine Hat district, and we are of the ,.pinion that are at least three ti-nes as many a.- this loft in the hands i'f this section, in conversa- tion with The some of the local Breeders who wore in the city during tiie week, freely expressed the opin- ion, as the result "f a little figuring that the flock- in the Medicine Hat district would total over 35.HOO sheep, vnih a like number in the vicinity Bronchitis is of the .nost general causes of Consumption. Cure it at onco by the use of Dr. XVooU's N'orvray Pino Syrup. Mrs. D. D. Miller, Allaadale, Out., writes: My husband got a K-ttle or Wood's Norway Pino Syrup tot my littlc- who had Bronchitis. so Uidlv vou could hear her from one room io the other, but it was not, l.mg until we see tho effect your medicine j !u-r. That was ladt winter when we lived in Toronto. She had a bad cold this winter, but in- i ,r..M.d of getting another bonle of j A'ood'-s Norway Pine Syrup, I tried a ln.-tno i iwsint which I from a rieujlii-ur i i.m found that her cold lasted alxmt twice :is long. Mv husband highly praises and says he will see thai a bottle r: it is always kept in the house." j h is put up in a yellow wrapper, thrw i trees the trade mark, the price 20 cts.! Be sure and accept none of the many sub- Get our PRICES M on The Bsntiey Co. ltd. and Hetai! Phone of KdmontoM and Strathco'ia people. I. S. at oiu time a ivsi- of Calgary, lias been appointed Police Mujristrau- of Edmonton. The appointment has been made under :m Act last and in future Magistrate Cowan as a Gov- ernment official will devote all ,f j time to his magesterial duties. OUR -POINT OF VIEW. The Anglican Church has lost two. of its distinguished sons. Archbishop Sweetman and Bishop Carinichafl (iur ing the past few months. They were'. men of great inliuence. not only in their own church, but in the eccles- iastical world. lOj-f; up in the! total for the i would run abi.m 170.000. In tlu- Sheep-Bn-eders' Directory issurvl connection with the bulle- tin ii'i mention whatever is made "f tin- I'lii: iirrns "perating between Med- and the ai V. Corrugated Iron Orjilvanixed uud Painted Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles before buying eliewhere We have. just placed a carload oJ: the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'s goods in stock OLIVER'S MWICTURING twin Office and Factory Cor. ROUND and BOMPJS STREETS Telephone 158 Yard, Smith St Phone 195 LEAVES MAY WE ASK YOU A QUESTION? Doesn't make any difference where ii you Proceedings At the Legislature any j you buy your shoes even make your purchases here do your shoes suit, do they give the satis- faction you have a right to expect. One thing we are sure of we can and will give you shoe satisfaction if you'll give us the even if that involves an exchange or refund- ing of money. Current, ratepayers will vote at an date on a proposal to place the control of electric lighting. ;ras and power in the hands of a pri- vate corporation. The bylaw will give the company two years in which to strike giis. The price of gas Till be as follows: 50 cents per thousand cubic feet until the population reaches when the maximum rate will be reduced to 40 Cents, the popu- lation reaches the rate shall .35 cents; 3000 jiopulation. 30 cents. At the expiration of the franchise the j town may purchase either the electric Edmonton. iiiLr feature 5'ear b-r the G' T' P' ainent labor man and member of: The road to Athabasca Landing taps navigation on the Athabasca and ech j Lesser Slave Rivers, while a road supported the j south to Calgary would not only open civilized'' UP new districts, but would afford i now aiming competition with existing lines. or gas.plant or both, the price to be- thf> Lt.ci-ilative committee t. determined by arbitration. Council, made a stronir, lucid spe in which he clearly Earl Morley is coming over from Compensation Act. Every England to have-a look at Canada, i country, he stated, was 'it is a pity -that more of the public i to just such an Act. It intro-: men of Great Britain do not visit us. j d need an important factor in the pre- G_T_p_'s ENTRANCE If they djd their-minds would be vent ion of accidents in mines and; GARY GT_p_.S ENTRANCE INTO CAL- in mines and broadoied and they would realize, j factories, because ;he Insurance com-; .more than thev do. the greatness of panics throujth their agents., attended, 1 i, the rigid enforcement of mine and factory in order to reduce! staking' out the route into Calgary: their liability. ;rad it now soems a? good as settled; that the company will enter by Don- the empire. j.ni surveyors -The Grand Trun.lc j have completed j .The; n.PTR. is now reported to have bought coal-lands in Virginia. It will not be long- until the O'.P.S. owas this blessed continent. It took thirty ballots to olect a war den. in Elgin County, Ontario. They certa-inly do scrap hard over small things down east. It is possible that Edmonton wUl nybrooki around the northeast j jsee the same conflict <-f ideas on the oi tjie, cemem works, cross the Sunday street car question that has j p lhe "curve" to the Mac- Agitated each of the eastern cities, i leoJ 'branchi the Mills subdi-j iThe city council recently to j and 011 jnlo the barracks site. ask from the Legislature permission _ _ _____ __ I tit submit a By-Law instituting Sun- _ _ I PHONE 289 I 4t I i General Teaming If you have any teaming of anv kind to do ring me up, PHONE 2QI. Your wants will be satisfactorily attended to. Coal must be paid for on delivery. WM. TATLOR DR. J. E. Phys Surgeon, Accouchcr. Odd ft.1! Block.