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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta " Not ona man In ten rwda booki. Tli� newspaper Is parent, acbool. coU�c*k pul-ptt, theatre, example, cawiMUar all In one."-Wendell Phllllpe. What papers do you read t Let MS suggest the satisfying combina* tiou of a first class metropolitan daily and a well edited, up-to-date local weekly such as THE WINNIPEG DAILY FREE PRESS - AND - LETHBRIOGE HEKALD AVc will send you the above two pxcelleut papers on a tlu-ce months' tiial order for 75c, and prepay the V>ostfigo on both. A nominal price, just to got you started; you will not, wc aie satislied, having once read liuiin, be content to do without theui. 'I'o take advantage of this ofTcr you must, however, be a resident of Alltci'tii. The following form filled out and foiwnrdod to the, Herald will ro-i-o\\c t^vidoM aclojowledginent anfl pvom]>t attention. J Mill! 1.1 taiileralKJied addregg the WtnnI- I  pog Dully Frpii Press and the t,ethbrldse  * HiMiUd, postage prepaid, for three months, } I fur whlrh 1 enclose 75c.  Name ................................... AfUlvfss.............................. "The man who is a ubscriber to a good Local Weekly and a reliable Metropolitan Daily Newspaper may not always be a well mformed citizen, but he has the materials to make him one/' Here are the matenals : 3 Moslht Each Pott-�fe Prepaid Herald 75c Winnipeg Free Frees Just a trial offer at atridiculously low price, to get you started; that is all we want. Try this combination of reading matter for three months and you get the habit. Just one condition attaches to the offer-you must be a resident of Alberta. TO THE HERALD, LKTHBRIOOE. Enclosed And 75c, for wblch mall to my address the Herald and the Winnipeg Dally Free Press for thrte months each, po�tage prepaid. Special trial offer. Name ...... Address. CONDITION OF CAHLE Stock inspector McMullen lixprcss' es his Views. (Culgnry Horn Id; II. C. AlcMuUoii, live stock aff-'-'Oft of the C.P.U., has jiwt n?lurnedfrom a 'trip L�tt.st, tth*;r� Iha weiit to g'a'tlier .soiivj au'thontic infomiatiioii aibout'toa r? Creak Crano Luk*;, fJull I^ake and Snift Current, ond ho thus covfined nwst of thii ranching comrtry �i.9t ol horo. He snys;- "I found t'hc! call!y iho riijforous woa'lh;r. ')ul 1 til.so found 'tha* tlio nciual lo.s.'i was not ntairly as t>ad as hn.�". I)i>"n ix'portmJ, Thf? tattle urvj roally . J^e-Ju 'told of the ai-t^nX. nurnbi'rs of d.^\d cnMlo ais; �Srsrtlly (xoK8'>''�iit>';l- Hut I will nay tliftt if tlii.s lo'il wiwo conllnu.'s for eight or ton days lon-i-r, (ind 1h>n hr.Mks, thi-,,' will l;o loss, and con-.sider.iblu Io.hs too. Thai is tthentho loHS wiil to greatest. .Some I>copl'�, nnd younff h'.'ifcr.s with calf. Those ran-clv.-rs vilio clciuixl up th�ir h^ivls last fall, and .soM all ilit'ir old .vtock.aro all ris-'lit. 'i iic m..>ii who wi'l .'iuft^T aro thost' v h-i arc furryin;^ over Uwir old catu-'. ".Mo.sl of ihi' ranch M's put up oii-ough hay to fci^d (.lioir sprin,^: cnlvos ftixl lhi^rs havo. o.vpcrifncod groat difficuiiy in gt'ttinx to thohny .stiicks o'wip.g tho dvp snow. 'Hu-y cannot ))H'i\ from Ihn Kliicks, and cannot, , ihcro will bo a hi^vior lof*s this spring than ha.s Ixvn iflt for soin years past. T'hore ia lofis oAvry .sprint;, it is cvpi'dc;!; hut this y,?ar\s loss will \k' hrtnifr th ii for Hcv.iral proviou.'; years." Sir. McMull/>n oddwl that no worry was f.'lt on th:", ronKf npgarding hor-.V's. Th,>y can ru.stl.:' anil k.x.-i' woll I'CH,! wh'rt" calllu will starve, nu.l tlv;t caug'ht ott^^^^^^^^^^prairic drift In^for^^W^^^^intil they locate ,sonK! .such fvhnltor. Consojup^nt-ly catll.^ caught in the lato ficre;; li7/.ards from tlio n)rth havo i]t.s any .\tensivo marketing of this coal and i;nlo.ss ivliof is alTord.sl soon it is probable that th.i output of the iu'n.>s will Wave to be curia iiod. Central School Paper. THE GLEAN Ell. Vol. U. JnniHit-y 25, 1907. No. I. Sincu the pajwr has chanxecr up to the s.taadttr�J. W� have Ijeon )-niHy tor, tho pam tvo wastes installing our new tnachioary. �uk1 HO thin issue ia not quite as Urge �s it would have beea oth�rvvi.�9. Wa still have ci lot of machinery on tb>t road and we expect to have it i� -stallod and workluft liitota the &�xt issue of thi.s paper. At a school Inspection, .some ot tlte sludints found a diltlcuky in tho- correct placing of Ui� l(ntrs 'i" mn-J ''f>" ia such wortl.s a.s Wllcvo and receive. Wlun th'.' ius|joctor. .sai^^J blandly, "I will givo you an vnfal-li*>lo rule, cm I invariiiiMy use uiy-sels," the pupils woro all at.te�iIon and oven tho ma. dat in tlu' niiddli? over them." bftv� bfttn c.o.artjd of some of th� toys. Th^y all go to a room on tho first Aoor, where a:pair of boy.s,with th� giovf.9 on, aro sparring in the contrc ot Out room. The atlwrs are standing around taughiiyg and talk -laf A)>out the pr�vlouf� encounter. Th� only trouijle is that ona sot of gloves is not enough ^lOS all tho boys want to box at once. Boxing js now getting mono-tcnous and what the boys want, is some apparatus, lor a gymnasium, ih�n the oxerciSd would bo more vuri.jd. SCHOOL notiKs. Many of the., school 1-ooks luwo not t;o-n found sinlutious di-d you itiak-c and how Umg did you kwp thorn'? .sciuum-EU.s. This article on scrit)blers in in -teixletl to bring to thi? not^ice of the .s'taticn'frs, a batter an-d inoi-a In-sti-victivfl design for a covor than those that niv commonly u��l to -day. m T() gixc .-in cxami^lo: Tak-out four yeai-s old, but wlv�n thej' coniB to school, they conw ic learn and would it not b,! tjotu^r if some pictures of the members of the Ca.�>-inc^ wore printed on the covor wWh thoir names, .so that we might know somothinK ot the wen who are making the educational laws of the province. We niiglit al.so tulil that a Uttle mow i>ai>er lx"twt'6n the cov�>r� would not in)puvfri�h the maQufactur�4's. KASTEIl PHO�RAMMK Tlirough th.." ollort.s of the conuikit-t�?c las-t ye-ar the Literary Society got uji a progranuiiie for ChriMuias that would have dono ci\?y arc still inv-(irovJng they should be able to gnH up an enter! ainuwnt for Ba-sler, which .could he given in tho eveninig. There are uuiny things in tito en-te-rtainnitret line that the socie^ty plays aivd drills. If the coinnutteu slurts at ont� the, actors would havo plonty of time to gat up t'heir parts. "I am from Chicago," h�ge; a.s i>oor as a rat; \k strong tt.s a horsf; tvs wnjak as a cat; .\s har 1 as a llint; as soft its a mole; As while lus tfU' lil^-; as black as a coal; .Vh good a-s a fwist; as bod as a witch; As light as is day; ns dark as is pitch. i IIOXINO. j Sinco a set of boxing glo\iej.' have l>etn brought to sohoot th* halls DRKYINC. If you wish drayiug or moving of any kind doon, ffill on us. We have Ihe lartceat and best equipped oartaKu biiainess in tho. city, with thoroughly experlenofd ni('i]|in chargo. All work pronipiiy attended to. Hay and Oats of tho best grade for mk: Coal d�livoreney, but th,; ix>suH would nnoro than pay. To teach tJia pupils to n)>prociate and value the aiti.ftic surroundings. :is as much needed as book-loaniing. jThe school, in this casorui will le uiKlor cons(deralion at th,; piwwnt session of the .\ll>erta legislature. I -Vi^piications have alix>atl.\' l>�n niftAi for tlw incorporation of the C�lga.ry and Knee Hill Railway Co. with power to bui.'d a railway from a point w>ithi4i the corpomle limits oi the city of Calgary nontherly through townships 24 and '2o. in range ona, tlience northerly and easterly through townships 20, 27, 28 in ranges 28, 27, 26, to a point on the Knee Hi 11 Creek. Tho Knee Hill Coal Comi)any is also applying for a charter, asking tliie legislature for |>erm'ission to con-ftruci arid operate a railway not. j cxoediu,; 25 miles in iottgth in', a westerly, south WMterly nnd north westerli' diivjctiojj, from a point in section lH, town.ship 29, range 23, we.fl of the "Ith m,:?ridian, to tap fitly line of railway that may be eon--slruclcd within a radius i>l 2i> miles of 'tlio .said .section. Tlx- VenniUion & CoW Lake lUil-way Comi^any is appl\ing for authorization lu construct a railway from Lloydmiuster, north to ilio North Stuskatclvcwan ri\-er, and southwards to a jundioiv Ijefween the' ex.It. and tho O.T.I*. The Canadian Northern All^erta railway asks for periuission to construct awl operaite a line of railway tron-j a point at or near Edmonton, and thence by tho most feas4hle route to the summit of (lu> ' Yellow Head Pa.s�s. Ths Diamond Coal Company asks I permission to construct, antl oi>erate a railway near the cotnpaiii's jniiiies noar I-elhbridg� to join the proposed roviHion of the Crow's Nest Pass brttnch of tlv> CP.It. lin.s. The .Mberta Southern nuilwaj-asks for cvtension of lims> for build-�ing thcKr railway. The ainendinent is J'rom two lo thi-js- years to commence and from the to nix years to coitiplete. Th.) Ijtuhoridge Itadial railway comiMUiy AftkH permi.s.�>ion to construct a trnjuway system uithin Iht! city of Ij�nhbridgocr, and from any (K>int or poilivts a'Jovo nientioncxl to other or others of 'the .said jioints. REAL ESTATE I beg to announce that 1 have openotl nil ofiice in tlui LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK For the transaction of a general Real Estate and Insurance Business I am establishing connections with eastern and western jjoints, both in Canada and the United ' States. ]� you have nnythinfj you wish to" sell list it with me, it will cost you nothing if I do not effect a sale. If you wish to buy and I have not what you want, give me a description and I will find it for you. N. T. Macleod Fire and Life Insurance. When in need of a OR COOK STOVE Call and sec Our Stock and yo� art sure of being tatiaficd ; HicK Ca WaKely | The Leading Tinners, Plumbers, Steam and Hot Water Fitters. Telephone 116. .f FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THE TRAVELING PUBUC IJ(CELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLO WATCR RATES ,$l'P>0 A DAY : LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA| 1 ROYAL sit ho; 1:1." TABER, ALTA. I Irvine & Lemon, - Proprietors Rates $1.50 and $2.00 per Day FUEE BUS MEETS * ALL TKAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION I'UIXKl) AT THK F.VUl.S V�#��oao#o.>�.;.�.>.>����j.������� �����oa������ (Groat Falls Tritfrtitif.) Watt [talston, a vajf anJ \ictor Lindolf, a drunk, wero Him only jK>,r-Nons who uunfrontctl JikI(;.l' llanl^y | in the i>olie* court yttitorUay morning. Jial-ston told the court that hj waa a cowpunchcr from Oana-in(l had so far Ixen \inat>I� to locale any cows to punoh. On prorniHitHi: to tako iho flr.m1>ly t:�tiovcd h( was doing hli duty, but th� fact i\ maitied that ht> wan tuA drank andj had not \yoan drlnkiiuf. Th*! court i^cceptoU thi; olllcer's wrs-lon and entluwl a fmo of lS5 iindtiosts ii�aiD6t the) onondor, who paid it iiuiir protest kbA loK, The Hotel Windsor H. �. MIBBACH. Profirietor Every attention givtui the travelling pnblic Fee�l Stable in oonuectiou Telepltoue 47 r^andseekers'and Kaneher's Headquartera RAXEIS, $1.00 PEIR DAV bTo:oTo:oTo:o:n:o:o:r) TELEPHONE NO. 1! SSSSSSSSSSSSSSESEESSSSSSSSS^ -^FOR ALL KINDS OF- ; Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry. Etc,: PIOHE & MIRON ;