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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETM BRIDGE, ALB T A ,M ON O A M A R C H 2, -Itit. Daily Herald Printed by the Daily Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at office, Bound St., Lethbridgti, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Di- rector and Editor, fubtcriptlen r, year, delivered..... Dally, vnonth, delivered, Daily, three months, delivereo. Daily, one month, delivered Daily, one year, by mail Daily, six months, by mail Daily, three months, by mail Herald, one year changed ca often iired; but both new and old address must be given. lubBcribera will please remit with 2.00 (.00 ,35 3.00 5.75 .83 1.50 de- order which should be fivcu for a term. Remit by Express Order, P.O. Order, nad Bank Money may be lent direct or through any newsdealer. Addrees commun- ications to THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD, Lethbridge, Alberta, Ca- Doer constituency, possesses po iy itital views of a peculiar order. At a meeting addressed by B. L. at Red last year be that ho had left the Liberals because he was In favor oi a lower tariff. At Olds ho declared he had been reared In tho lap of protection aud firmly ft was the best policy. Fun- ny man Mr. Root. He goes into tho Conservative party because he believes in a lower tariff and onco In, he is a rabid protectionist. A man of that type would not make- a very capable representative. He would be moved by evory wind that blows. .John Mitchell is not out of tho pub lie eye yet, The former able presi- dent of the- United Mine Workers, is now mentioned as a possible Demo- cratic candidate for governor of Il- linois. It is also said President Roosevelt has him in view as a com- missioner to investigate labor concii prefer thai their children should own and preserve their school for reasons. But these aud other objections can easily be mot by allowing a parent why so desires to purchase tho books which jhls chil- dren arc to tiso. The reasons in favor of tbo system vastly outweigh the few (Stock objections. TOE CARDSTON BUDGET Cardstou, Fob'. Uy request uf is daughter Mrs. Majulw llK'y, ib- If IrvendB who favor us with man- tions on the I'annma canal A redistribution of constiuicncUw is to be made by the Whitney govern incut in Ontario. Toronto is to iave eight seats instead of four. To uacripi for publication wish to hate rejected returned tli-.-y must in all send stamps lor that purpose. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers who fail to receive the Daily Herald will please notify the business office, by phone or other- wise, at possible mo- ment. BO that prompt delivery may be ensured. To ensure change of contract adver- tisement in the Daily Herald, copy sent in not Inter than 6 o'clock p. m. of the evening before publication. Transient display ad- will be received up to 10 o'clock a. m. of the day of pub- lication, and want advertisements up to 2.00 p. m. ADVERTISING RATES Want cent word each insertion. No advertise- ment for less than 25c. Six con- secutive insertions for price oifour. Initial letters, abbreviations. "c" marks, each figure and words count as full words. When replies are to be forwarded send lOc. extra lo cover postage. Terme cash. every insertion. Contract Diaplay card at "Daily Herald" Of- fice. cents per count lire; dis- count to regular advertisers. ftubjtct lo advertise- ments mbject to approval of rasn- of "Daily Herald." DAILY HERALD NEWS AND OF- FICE 8TAFF- O. D. AUSTIN, City Editor. JOHN TORRANCE, Canvatwr, Col- .Itctor mnd Aaaiitant BuairiW Man- ronto is solidly now and Whitney no doubt thinks he wil have the extra four seats too. The special "Alberta" number sued by the Calvary Albortan o Saturday was one of the best of th kind ever turned out'by u in this province. It consist! of six ty pages and evert' page of roat ing matter contained the most valu able and helpful information about Calgary and the province and a wide circulation of the special l-annot holp but do Alberta a heap of good. The illustrations were splendid and the Dumber reflects the greatest credit up on the Albortau management. HITS OUT AT GAMBLING rotator David Sttrr -Jordan A in California San Francisco, Feb. an ad- ress before a mass meeting under he auspices of the recently organized California Anti-Track league in the 'irsL Congregational church in Berk- ey last night. Professor David Starr Jordan, of Stanford University dis- cussed "Dissipation and the Strug- gles Against It." He condemned gam- bling smoking and drinking habits, and overturned tho generally accept- theory of heridity. "You beginning a fight against the rnee track and its attendant he said. "It is tho right of the people to suppress these evils just as much as it is their right to make !aws governing sanitary conditions. One of. the main evils attendant upon the life of the race track is dissipa- tion of various kinds, due to the fact that the pamblera lead not a life full of activity but one full of nervous excitement resulting in nerve waste Hid outlook upon life is bad. The loctors, not the ministers) should b the greatest enemies of intemperance for they know the harm it works on the system." Dealing with heridity in connection out 40 of the friends of J. A. gathered, at his house at '2 p. in. on. the -27th inst. in honor of his U6th birthday. Kdw. J. Wood acted as master of ceremonies. There were remarks of congratulation by itr, Woolf, and Mr. H. L. ilinuiaii; 'with a response by Mr. Jno. A. Wooif. The Woolf family was the topic of Mr. Martin Woolf, who cited the longevity of his grand the father and mother of Mr. Jno. A. Woolf and stated that of the ten children, Mr. Homer Woolf, aged 53, uas present as well as tho one