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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 11, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta THE STORE OF QUALITY; TEAS DECADULA. the finest bulk tea on the uiarket.jtlgo Teileyji^, Kolona and Gold Standard Teas, in 1 lb. and ^ lb. packageg. Nothing equal to these lines in quality. Nelson (&� Fraser PHONE 21 LETHBRIDGE Take Your Choice and you will^ find plenty of Good Fresh Meat to choose from. Our Hams and Bacon are noted for their fine flavor. Piche & Mirbn Telephone No. 1 llttniTTfrTtinrrniifiiiiTiiTiTiliiTTIBiriiiiiniiiiiii mji iiiiiiilnilFiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiBlil DARK AND LIGHT beer as brewed by the Lethbridse Brewing & Malting Co., are eqnailv good-just a matter of taste which you prefer. Ingredients mostly the same, care the same, cleanliness the same, same skill-same everything to make a good beer, which the Alberta Pride brand certainly is. Lethbridge Brewing & Malting Company, Ltd. LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING CO.. LTD. 0. D. AUSTIN. Editor sad M�M|er. W. JORDAN, Sspl. of Jok OcMrtant. OUR POINT IF VIEW The Alberta Conservative convention passed a resolution of confidence in Dominion Leader Borden, but never said as much as "How do you do ?" to Leader Robertson. Of course, it is quite easy for our Tory friends to forget that there is even an Opposition in Edmonton. And by the way why wasn't the Conservative party at Lethbridge represented at that Red Deer convention ? The visit of Prof. Cauipliell, the dry farming expert, ought to be worth a lot of money to the farmers in this region. It will brace them up and make them realize more than ever that the farming prospects right here are as good as any place on the continent. The bright intelligent farmer can make a fortune here by applying the right methods in his operations. I for the pest service in lethbridge stop at the HOTEL DALLAS We are advertised by our satisfied friends I Stock Saddles Farm Hairiiess, Concord Harness, Straps, etc., always on hand. We can guarantee you complete satisfaction. Loiridge SadiJIery Co. (Snccesaors to Horner A Hutchinson) Z For this visit of Prof. Campbell the farmers have to be grateful to the enterprising Department of Agriculture at Edmonton. It was one of the best moves they ever made to bring such a capiible and helpful speaker as Prof. Campbell into the country. It is worthy of note that forty years ago when Confederation took place there was only one newspaper between the Pacific Coast and Lake Superior and that was the Nor'Wester of Winnipeg. Today there areovcr fifty newspapers in Alberta alone. A magazine which every loyal Canadian should have in his home is the Canadian Courier. It is the best illnstratetl weekly ever attempted in this country, and is succeeding because it appeals to the people as a paper of merit and interest. The Herald hasn't b^n asked to publish this paragraph of commendation. TheCourier doesn't need to ask for press notices, the very excellence of the paper compels an honest newspaper man to tell the truth about it. Sir- Thomas Shaughnessy has been given another honor by the King, but it does not compare with the honors Lethbridge will heap upon him when that new bridge is completed. " Old Man " Simpson, of the Oraubrook Herald, says he is devoting all his time to his paper, though some of his contemporaries are trying to thrust him into ^he Senate and the House of Commons. We might explain to the "Old Man" that the very fact that he is giving all his time to turning out such an exceptionally good paper as the Herald is one of the reasons the people have their eyes on him for a place in the public affairs of the country. They feel that he would give the country's affairs as close and careful attention as he does to his newspaper, and if the country received the same results as the Herald does from the "Old Man's" unceasing efforts on its behalf the country would be blessefl and would plead for more like him. theoretical and largely wiib tiie view to intellectttsl cultui�� While tliat of the �gficulturist is Intensely practical, the chief object being the increase of reTenua from the farm. And if the two classes are together,: the weaker, the farmer class, will suffer through the inHtt-ence of the stronger. Moreover, the agrioultural student with his short coarse, does not have tlie same opportunity of participating and leading in college life and affairs as hia fellow students whose course extends over a period of four or five years. He is overshadowed and hence loses a very valuablepart of his college education. The college is for the student and to have the agricultural college at the aniversitj site is not in his best interests. NEW LICENSI: UW Provisions of the Measure Which Came Into Errect July I. tiK Bofci mmw FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODAFION FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLO WATER ^lATES ,$1.50 A DAY |lETHBF?IDGE - ALBERTA It is announced that a San Francisco couple intend forsaking their family of young children and entering upon missionary work amongst a colony uf lepers. There is not much of the Christian spirit about parents of this type. In their case the most important work is t9 give guidance and care tb their children. ROYAL V HOTEL TABER, ALTA. Irvine & Lemon, - Proptictors IblMf 1^0 and $2.00 par Day FHEE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS ^ SAMPLE KOOMS IN CONNECTION v% . B. V. Oibboii8,isJh Calgary fot a ''Ip, ' few days. rV ,.' J. EclMrtorm is in Calgary at- ' " ' C|iOai(ta:Bookintf Buronu mi oi-gnni -r cation; pi, theatrical managers, f'rcd Rose, is spending days wiorlfing in the Ijtmd Ofllco. � ' --- MiNARD'S DIPHTHKJIIA LINIMKNT Why should university graduates be charged a fee to become members of the first convocation of the University of Alberta? What is the money to be used for? Is it not Ijetter to cut the fee out and let every university gratluate in. the province file his credentials liAd. become a member of convocation ? We all want to see a representative, convocation, but it cannot be ex. pected as long as there is a difference of opinion over this fee business. In choosing a location for the Provincial Agricultural" College, the important foot that the college ia for the agricultural student, should not be overlooked. With the brilliant success of the Ontario Agricultural College at (iuelph and that of the most successful colleges across the line as a guide, the force of the contention that the Agricultural college should not be located at the same location as the Provincial university is felt. The O. A. C. lias become the greatest college of its kind in America, and has turned out the leading professors and authorities on agriculture, especially live stock husbandry, because it is absolutely an agricultural college, free froin the influence of the university professors and students, onnira L The courses of study are widely CURES jidjueront Tb^t ^.^^^ ^^s niah ii Ilia holi-Lothbii'dge On July 1 the iiuiny important aincndinonts to the Alberta Liquor L/iccnse Act passed at tlw last sess -ion ot the li|;islaturc canw into effect. Here nre the principol provisions of the nntcnded act in short order. No application for a license will be i-ntertaiiicd in resiject of any hotel or vholesale liquor bu.tiness unless .sHuntcd in a city or town or a vil -lage, with at teast forty dwelling or any place containing forty dwelling houses within on nrea of 9?0 ac.ras. This provision puts tin end to any road houses which may exist in the province and confines the licenses to nwinicipalities and fairly substantial villages. The numlier ot hotel licenses to be granted in cities, towns incorporated villages and. other places where licenses may bo granteti shall be ac -cording to population at follows: Oi� license for the first 500 or fraction thereof and then one for each additional 1,000 ef populoition. This provision does not affect licenses already granted. In any locality where the number of licensee prev -itusly granted exceeds Ihe number named in the new clause, no new license will be granted until the population shall comply with the act. For instance, a place of l.OOO popu-lition today may have throe licensed hotels. The new law nthan 1,000. This applies to tlie future and docs not cancel existing licenses in places under 1000. No licenses shall be.granted to premises within 800 yards ol a school, church, university or a college. 'Hi is clause does not affect existing iiccns^s. Kvery licensed hotel shall conta n in addition to the rooms rwiuined for the hotolkeepor, his family and aer-vonts at l^.st forty flve roonw in cities; thirty in towns and twenty In villages, and in every cose