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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta DOE, ALBtftTA.WfcvliCftDAY MARCH 4, J9M fcy.the Herald Printing Ltd., every lawful ercajajj efcoe. Round St., Lethbridge, .___i t_'_'V. ii-._ U1P, pdVSC'Ut uytcniuj uv believe'there is any use trying any place else. the Electric Co. offer is much JIKTO in the city's favor than at lime the vote was taken last year that there should be no hesitancy in tak- ing it up nnd 'proceeding with the bor- ing at the present hole immediately W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Di- and Editor. .1 Hatw taily, f aar, delirered...... feftf, ail month, dillTwed, 2.00 ftifly, deliYered.. 1JC Batty, ane montn, severed year, by mail...... 3.00 Dtlly, lix monthi, by mail 1.75 Daily, three raonthi, by mail Herald, one year changed as often de- aired; but both new and old muat be jiten. will pleaae remit with which should be given for a term. Remit by (frier, P.O. Order, and Bank Money ftoter. may be tent direct or through Addreec cooimun- to THE LETHBRIDOK 1TBRAKD, Lkhbridgfe, Alfcerta, Cu- OUR POINT OF VIEW The Calgary News argues that the reason H.J.Pettypiece, editor of the Forest Free Press, refused the Liberal nomination in East Lambton, was because he realized that he was sure of defeat. Now the reason of Mr Pettypiece's decision not to run was owing to' the demands of business Surely the News ought to know ihis time that a country newspape ii who favor iia with man utcript for publication wish to have rejected articles returned tor PRETTY GiL GETS A TORTURE V Hamilton, One often hears of a pretty actress marrylatf a millionaire, but few actressw become wealthy in the same nmnner us Kcdmoud, the duinty ainger Rt ih y this wwk, who has been noti- fied timt sho has come iuto a large fortune. years ago, whe Redmond was starring in a comic opera 5n the western States, she ran across an old school chuin, who was on his way to the Klondike, but on his way to the coast strayed from the narrow path when he reached Spokane, he was almbs stranded. He lacked tha necessary funds to carry him the rest of his hasn't any time for journey ami he was naturally much in all cases tend that purpose. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. full to receive the Herald will please notify the buaiueaa office, by phone or other- wise, at the earliest possible mo- went, so that prompt delivery may be 'ensured. aoaure change of contract adfer- Umnent io the Daily Herald, copy aboald be sent in not later than tf o'clock p. in. of the evening before pubi Motion. Transieut display ad-1 vertiaeoienu will be received up to It (a'clock a. u. of the day pub- lication, and want up 2.00 p. m. ADVERTISING RATES j Want One cent a each insertion. No adiertise- for lees than -Joe. Six aeeutite insertions for price of four, j Initial letters, abbreviations, j "c" marks, each figure and warda full words. Whan repliei are to forwarded extra to eever postage. oaah. Marriages, and 5Cf every insertion. Ceotract Display Bate ftird at "Daily Herald" Of- fice. cents per count liiifc; rfa- eoont to regular Subject to advertue- aubjeet to approval of ateaient ef "Daily Herald." DAILY HERALD NEWS AND UK ROE STAFF- C. D. AUSTIN, City EdiUr. JOHN tORRANCE, and Aast4tant Busintss Mao- it tVl, Who would turn the crank on tno pri-ss for the weekly intue? Now ii some-body would make a r.-holution in the House of Commons that banks compelled to loan monr-y without any srcurity we would' all support the member. disappointed, as he hud planned to i far in Ordar CENTRAL SCHOOL High Staudard V11L D. Miminons, G. Aladdaujjh, W. Hyssop, P. Sheffield, Winnifred Hyssop, C. G, N'iuunons, Conn. Special G. Ha- ley. Standard VII. F. Johnston, J. Macbeth, L. Hoy, W. Hyssop, S. Har dy, P. Mlebach, 0. Stafford, B. Cook 'V. Orofte, S. II, Sherlock, C. Rojv Standard VI. W. Haley, P. Hard- ing, G. Xaiiberte, It. iicCuiiOcto, Lethbridge, C. Dunsworth, 11. Hamil ton, J. McKillop, Kenny, J, Wai lace, F. MrlJcth, D. McDiarmid, E Snyder, Leon Kane, Frame, JJ make the trip with a party of friend 'Lillian, Kane, L. Shrumm, X lie had almost given up all hopes when Miss Hcdmond struck Spokane with the troupe, and James Storey, who occupied a scat among iho buldhcads, his old school chum. Ho called on her after Parry, H. Peterson, M. Simpson; Public School Department Standard V. H. Lowther, M. I3un worth, L. Shirley, C. 'Oliver, A Johnson, E. Reynolds, T. Hamilton, L. Stevens, U. Da vies, J. S NEW Orange Marmalade 7 Ib Tins, Jost Received CO. ltd, Nibtiil 19-Roomed fully Modern suitable for roomers. Closein For SI000 or.sli. balance very easy sition me and Hu-bm, the Oppo-1. are so satisfied that jlor an-v havi- not their indemnity this yt-ar at Kdinonton that they an} prolonging the session arid working ovcrtiia.- to up things. nothing from Storev until In a report of the proceedings of j the. Legislature last week the Ed- monton liultolin had the An itc-m of for "Expendi- ture uudi'r Election roused the curiosity of Mr. Hie- [hy lier attorneys in New York that James Storey hud died in City and hud left his entire estate to her and that it would be. worth at the show and during the course of H A rdtteson. M. Me- hho conversation he told her about: v Tiffin, M. Ilutton, A. >iv- {his hard lut-k. Without asking him ity, Miss Redmond loan him which she considered as good us lost, as she had no faith in mining in the frozen north. en, II. Reynolds, 1. Schweitzer, J. Llvingatboe, A. Morgan, S. Urch, T. Crofts, X. Kirkham, L. Gibson, M. Olayzer, C. SherlocL, A. Henderson, L. ilcDiarmid. Standard IV. X. Hazell, K. Reado U. Smith, L. Stewart, V." Moore, W. SIcKeown, H. McKay, M. Laverick, A. Fisk, A. Dowsett, M. Gray. J. lenst 175.000. The news came as aj A. Calder, D. Sny- der G. llclteth.. X. Link, C. Beard- and surprise to her, and tiht immediately noUfied William Morris, who docs the booking for the Savoy that slu- till her date in j Hamilton, It was ouly after Mr. B legal pro-1 bcrt. "For wluit he risked. "The cVuuicei are that it will to be- used at replied the pro- mi govern men is oi There might bo occasion for has another election." Snc Mr. am quite salts-t'irfecl through fied. We may be sure it will and ftn needed in when the honourable -Goes to take his seat in the'jfer lt she is worth Ottawa interrupted onej sley, Kleetwood, K.'Brodio, E. Hagell, It. Sloan, F. Vir lue. D'.Whknvy, M. Kane, V. Gib- .-A Uumphries. a girl with so much g D. Syhofff R. to bo on the stage. H SchwiitMr> T. Wallace> M. ified William Morns to that i Frame, S. Mason, A. 3Ugh her Xeic repre- j flV Ott, S. 1'er- and an "-.terming s; TayjOl.f F. McDiarmid, G. battle ia.cspcctcd. M Manager 'Apple !chclli Mu K J.ckson. V. ton claims that she will have to j Redmond, Taylor. C. Fairhurst, j million. She received word from member while a round of applause Xcw york veslerday confirmlne the jf Conibear, J. Pipes, W. Mt Davics. P. broke out ior Mr. Simmons. A. A. Ott. U. Rus.soll, A. HuiiK'S. X. Unities. L ain. Standard II. Goiter, M. Vere, W. Cain, K. Hetling, 1' Sprout, H. Kediritf. H. Scott, U Boulton, Xisbet, J. Nisbet, W, Wi'shurt, A. Hurst, A. Washbrook M. Burnett M. Hyssop ami L.. D'unsworth, J McTuggurt, C. (Jockei-ni, E. Uoulton C. Fowler, L. McX'ub. P. Sumner, Petrie, J. llartlctt, V. McQueen, .1 Oros, C. JJurrows, il. Ilopcmfl. Standard L Purl 2. Petnvnich, C. Gciser, A. Vere, K Papp, ill-own, lieinch, Crook, M. lleaton, 15. Watsron, C llartlett. F. lhas, L. Ihirvic. A. Wat- inpugh, .1. Rilcy. S. Newton. A- Oros I'art 11, Harnett, 11. Petrovish, A., limit, M. Harrington, J. Fryer. S. Llyluka, W. Fryer. T. Petrovish. ..I. Sprout, M. Logan, O. Peacock, L. Xisbet. G. Preston, Haryie, P. Ilickmore, C. "Ihus, M. II. Kerr, D. 'Russell. S. Vere. E. llopcroft, A. McLoary, G. Hyssop. M. Barclay, W. Uilcy. .-Part 1. Class Reding, It. Hurst, H. Wilson, U.-Boulten, LI. Ge- j-cche, C. T. Logan, G. Pea- Alberta Realty Co HP I) i tal litatr) WM. OLIVER'S PLANING MILL Vfhy not own a Reliable Watch I ii tk Car A time piece which cannot depended upon .to show accurate tine, which has to bo pulled back or I ahead isirt worth tying to a fish line for a sinker, f Every movement and case we sell has our per- sonal guarantee and, be- sides, our extremely low prices bring them within easy reach ot any'pocket- book. C. Ross Tate The Sign of the Watch Ford St., near City Hall stnctiN ef i Office, Yards ami Factory: cir. IKII uj uifti imni Telephone jgooa nnws. and as the result' y. Hageii. discontented until she has tho; E. MMt GRIMM, Accountant. JOB DEPARTMENT. '-fW HaraM JTob is die Bpiithcni All daaftea ol work handled ;ane- aad'aatiafaotoiilj. WartK Manafer ef tha Jofe Depart- IW. StaJnforth. lleynolds, M. Hazell, MAY LOSE EYESIGHT _ f straiifhtenctl out and. the K A Parrj.( M. Henderson, VT -i i A ei" m her possession Hamilton, Ont., ilarch J She i i i, Uhftt. she draws a larger salary so Pntengelo, employed m the smelt- 1 IA. Joluison. !il. L Kejupt, T. Brown, i 11 v j u tthc average ing works, was badly burned by an explosion lost nighf and will prob-js" ably lose his sight.. He waa assist-' hle ing to dump a car of slag when the hot metal came in contact with the snow causing an explosion. single woman on the but she is through with this Standard II.. Division 1. Fos- L. Geyer. THE CARBSTON BUDGET Cardston, March I stone, O. VfilHams, il. HcCann. L. j Uurreli. F. Piske, F. Hill, P. Olson, ill. Wallace; 1. Young, 1. llcAdoo, IE. E. Humphries, E. Whit- M. Chris S. Carroll. 11. 1'etii. V. Ltnnington, M. Provost, .M.X euton. .J. Van Haarlem, B. Vuletsko, IV. J. Watson, W. Cockerill. lock, C. Pirock, Ii. Rojhoijuk, R BO- .3. Wishart, U- Shuw, R. 'Ritchie A. Sprout. A. Foster. Part I, Provost, R. Van Unarlem, A. Brown, J. Barnctt M. and. H. Peacock. L. Albert. G. Xewlon, A. Cain and Watmough, K. Peacock, II. B. Fowler, and J. Gregory, D. Sax- on, X. Hill, K. Moore, U Slarks, Stevenson, H. Graham, N. .Fryer, X-. .ITyluku, IS ON THE MARKET All Onkre Strictly Attended to Cash Must be Paid on Delivery JUES UlCflOfT: trap. Meets 1st HTK! Mondays in K. of P. Hall at 8 o'clock. FEAR A FLOOD 'Ottawa, March are enter- tained flow! on ftidea uriyer this year. Tiiore has been an abnor- mal fall of enow covering ice while under the sno about eight- een inches of In many places u piepKrasS( his audience with his rendering by Miss Purdon and the dis-j ghan> J'. Ott. Aaron Good-1 A I1T ?c-Vi r ___r-_ tx.-.-_ r f "Gel Out of The Uut." Miss -Blag- burn rocitod "The Changed Cross." M'iss Smith's solo, "The Priceless Gift" by Hamilton Gray, was very soloist Mr. Kndcliffc sang "The of cussion of. Act III in which Mr. Jas. man H. Davis, M. Jnrvi.s. Rampton These were the intel-jvv. McUardy. IS: Holt, W. .Dixon, A. I lectiuil items; but it Is said by some J "'Kingston. C. Ellwyu. H. that the refreshments served were 'Hutchinspn, .K. Sinclair, W. Thomp- no smull item in the list of -iloran. Part I. I. things en joyed N'ext session Hardy, F. Humphrey. O. Scott, The King" nnri "For all both of which were much appreciated wiini'ss--tho election and installation; McEwen, G Ellwyn, of so all are request Seaman, F. Roebuck, U. to he pr.rsent. The club will IMS' jjttic A. Fairfield, G.- Freeman, L.. On Monday evening. March 9th, a paper on missions will be rend by Miss Patteson and on address will also bo. given on the life of St. Paul. A chorus of picked voicivs will sing the "Swanec River" and "Annie rie." and solos will be sung by Mr. Kilnor nnd Mr. Chivcrs. It is the object of the programme committee to mnki> this meeting ,ono of great interest and it is hoped that all who nre interested in the association will be present at the meeting on Monday night. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hampton. standard I. Primnry A. Class I. -Witiioui a hitch and without a flaw On the SOtli Til make the H. HAYR, of the Hayr Transfer, bogs to smnounce that on the 30th dny of March the ilraw '.will place to decide the of the -maKnificimV. Lcxlge No. 293 inglanl Benefit Sotirt Mwt in the'KuUhru of -ry HrMt uiul 1'hun !uj iu tb nt 8 OHJH. pp'ebr. T. Rofcj Eox 5 9-1. Eldridge Sewing Machine Will those -who have not yet put tlioir stnl.-sMn the ballot box in tin: Office do so at onw. Yon have still time to get in, nnd u one ton order entitles you to W Successor to tKe Dixon Transfer Co.. Lethbridg'e Phone 180 Box 27 Till-: PRODIGALS WILL Smith. W. Hyssop. AI. Mr. Homer Hewins, who disposed, "-ham, K. Xiven. F. Porter, E. Par-' of his .live -stock and departed M. Taylor. K. Ashcroft, M. Sea California some time last May return! man. K. Gaul, M. crt to Cnrdston hist week and is M. Seuman. Class a honrty welcome from Simmons, B. Xiven, E, F. Wood.- G. Taylor, old friends and neighbors. Mr. Hew-j ins is conRrutulatlnc: himself -that. did not dispose of his ranchicock. 'A- on Boundiirv ly eUs his 15. Taylor. McDiarmid. as ho now Heade, IL Hisset, I. Jones, U. incvc from the rerry. Class M l-t i II IIMI-lilMI THE RIGHT VIEW Aid. Adams expreased the views of a majority of the rntpeayers, we be- lieve, when he stated at .the. Council meeting on Monday night "thnt he did not consider there was any use boring elsewhere within the its if it (gas) could not be found in tho present hole." Very few people favor the city un- dertaking boring operations at uny point. If cannot be foiiiid by ex- FINE country of thft world today K. Pierce. IT. Roebuck, W. Hen Southern Alberta. INTERESTING MUTUAL MEETING j A good nttondance of the young; jderson, C. Smyth, fi. Calder, H. S. lacker, A. j J'. HnmiUon, J. Furman, D. II. Foskcr, V. Smyth, S. c. j were present on Sunday even- v r Holt, W.iaUrtin. G. Shaw. M. Lush- to hear and participate in the f Mutual Improvement Association; I metrting. CLOSING DOWN TUB HARKEPv- ruan, R. JTacDonaM, D. CUrk. J'riaiary-. Room. Scisfor E. Kuost. W. IxKkcr, A. i Cine! So! fcj! 1 I j E. Hall worth, W. MacAdoo, MILL Hutton, X. Higinbotham, L. Last Friday the above firm com-, ScoU'f R FfcUHnr, D. Din- the winter run by pow-. v jjoukj G. ThoIllson> I.-Scott, The mill will remain closed uw- p> ;Jones Evans, I til thft sjiring thnw makes possible; A K" Wallace, A. Wcstlcy, H the use ol water power, as this firm! i. Taylor; X. Whit- j is fortunate in being able to a Junior j both steam and .water power. llfaihers L. Schweitzer, A. i Mr.. Frank May will still .rcmiin R N. Thompson.! {charge .so as to attend to the wants: K A. Irvine, IT i of ail the customers, and their nura- Ad.m G_ B> Lowther, r. Wil- jbcr no small one from ihe factUams N> wni9> "B_ Waddcll, B. Fair- I that this is the only mill in a radius r i? i uciu, ii. tkinajSLun, is. iof twenty-five miles from Cardston. j A'.'Aahcrott, C. I MORE REAL ESTATE FIRMS fCMOOL I Cardston will soon have as many real rotate offices to the square, foot as most of the bcioui joints between Mnclcod and Cr.lir.ury. Mr. G. W. McLcnhan is Uw latest addition to the number aod he will operate in connection with the office I of Mr. Wallace Straiten. This will us five firms in a (block and a MUlMMMMMMIIir i "naif on the main street. Verily our country will be known to the outside world ent Standard IV. K. Harding, W. Wn D. McQ'iectJ, G. A. Logan, G. Wawon, E. Hammtrberg. atandtrd HI. Sr. S. Stolz, T. I Watson, M. Hyssop. F. Duns- worth, C. Slavic, A. Hyssop, M. M, Nimnaons, Harvie, II. Williams. Monroe, J. Mclxmry, M. L. Rorup, S. H. Crmwtord, M. J. I What is Persist- ency in WANT ADVERTISING LETHBRIDGE fiO. 35 C. B. P. O. E. Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesday month a.t 8.15 p.m. B. A, SHAHMAN, E. R. Lodge Na. NORTH-WFST ASSOCIATION OF STATI ON A R Y ENGIN E E RS Mejet in the Labor Hall evcky src- and and fourth Mondays in tLt month. Employers re-juiring certificated en- gineers, and out of employ- well to communicate with us: ROBERT NEVIN, GEO. 15IIUCK, 44-lyrd-w of the" want ads. should have R second insertion of this of the irant ads. should a third in- sertion J of this '-5' ot -j ot the want ads. should have a fourth insertion. And the same sort of pro- gressiort holds almost to v.thc one want ad. that ougSt to be for a month. Of course, your want ad. may be one of the kind that requires but ONE publica- tion. But, ex- perience can decide that point Q a Q Photos HANDFORD The Htrald Department Printing firv ;