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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta DOE, ALBCRTA THU JttDAV MARCH ft, Illl Daily Herald Printed by the Daily Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at iU office. Round St., Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Manning rector and Editor. M.H I.M .36 1.75 ,85 riptlsn Daily, one year, delivered...... Daily, six vnonth, delivered, Daily, three mouths, delivered., Daily, one month, delivered Daily, one year, by mail Daily, six months, by mail Daily, three mouths, by mail TVeekly Herald, one year 1.50 Addresses changed as often as de- sired: but both new aud old address muat be given. Subscribers will please remit with order which should be given for a ipecifie't tonn. Remit by Order, P.O. Order, and Hank Mooey Order. >rderg may be sent direct or through any newsdealer. Address commun- ications to THE LETHBR1DGE HERALD, Lethbridge, Alberta, Ca- nada. [f our who favor us with man- uscript for publication wish to have rejected .Articles returned th-iy must in all cases send stamps tor that purpose. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers who fail to receive the Daily Herald will please notify the business oSice, by phone or other- wise, at the earliest possible mo- ment, so that prompt delivery may be ensured. To ensure change of contract adver- tisement in the Daily Herald, copy should be sent in not Inter 6 o'clock p. m. of the evening before publication. Transient display ad- vertisements will be received up to 10 o'clock a. m. of the day of pub- lication, aud want advertiaemeuU up to 2.00 p. m. ADVERTISING RATES Want ceut a word each insertion. No advertise- ment for less than 25c. Six eon- insertions for price of lour. Initial letters, and "c" marks, each figure and words count as full words. When replies are to be forwarded lOc. extra to cover postage. cash. Births, Marriages, and cents every insertion. Contract Display Rate card at "Daily Herald" Of- fice. cents per count line; dis- count to regular advertisers. Subject to advertise ments subject to approval of agement of "Daily Herald." to be known to be embraced, There let them be known. With capable committee to gath- er exhibits and make the display Calgary, with a good supply of interesting literature, and with a. good man or two to show and tulk Lethbridgu at the Fair, the city cuu do more to make itself known than iti any other wny with similar ex- pense. The Board of Trade has always been greutly hampered its work by of funds. The civic grant of one thousand dollars added to the membership fee will enable the Hoard to do the work it should do for tho city. No one with ft desire for ft lurgertind a greater IxJlbbridge will offer one word of objection to the grant. deserves the publi- city, nectis it, and must have it. OUR POINT OF VIEW When American farmers return to the States from Canada it is to vj sit their friends and spend gone Canadian wheat money, or to out their poor relations. The Minnesota paper that say funnors are rushing hack U raise crops such as 13 hu.shcls o wheat, 35 ol outs, 22 hurley, ant 8 of peas 10 the acre throughout th state, must have a very poor opinioi of the of the said farmers COLE MAN EVENTS New Bank Day Match They aiv not pro ing hack, however. The thousands of Americans who are on their way to tho States from Canada art- returning to brintf their families and friends to the land of plenty. The average wheat yield of Minne- sota, in was thirte-c-a bushels. In the parts of Canada where thj wheat wn_s frozen tho yield was worth more than that sold as iVod wheat. The terrible calamity once more DAILY HERALD NEWS AND OF FICE 0. D. AUSTIN, City Editor. JOHN TOaRANGE, Canvaiwr, ..lector and Assistant ButincM Man agtr. MISS GRIMM, Accountant..... JOB DEPARTMENT. The Herald Job Department it beat equipped in Southern All classes of work handled ditiously and satisfactorily. Wiiler Jordan, Manager o! the Job ment. at Cleveland the absolute necessity of fjro drill, numer- ous properly arranged, and fire A school should be so con- structed that when the fire alarm is it can be emptied in thirty or forty seconds. AH doors should open towards the outside entrances and numerous large fire escapes of the bast and simplest design should be placed at thy third storeys or higher. Ji need be beauty and ar- chitectural design must be sacrificed to ensure safety. Colcnuin, Murdi tire sorry hut one more do lout m'JSt rt-'cord d against our hitherto On Friday lust tho senior hockey cam once more journeyed to Fertile hero to hut tie for the Whiilcn Chul- enge Cup, and again they were de- eaied by what they all admit to be Jie better team. Monday night the peopU' of Colo- mun weiv favored with one of the- IL-SL tmuving picture and lime-light xhibilions ever given in this town. We are pleased to welozue to our town und midst the new manager of the hank who has coim1- to take the place of Mr. Kwing who hus Iwen transferred to Fernio. Mr. IJuchan- with his charming wire have Ixvn hen' hut a day or so vet he already in the highest terms 01 the friendly spirit shown hy the citizens of our town and the homelike atmos- phere that seems ao surround him. Wo trust his stay in Tollman may Iv loiitf and pleasant and mutually pro- fitable to himself und our town. Thursday night lU-v. T. Albwt Moore, tho J-ord's Day Alliance spoke to a small hut very appreciative audience, in the Institu- tional Church, on the work the Al- liance is trying to do. Ho showed in his own inimitable manner how great is the need of just such work being lone how siifcossfuUy it i.s being carried on. fie spoke of the alarm- ing lack of reveiviuv tor the Lord's Day in wi-storn'provinces and the effort that i.s he-ing made to in- terest authorities and have them take the matter up and preserve for everybody tho out' day in seven as a rest day. The Alliitiicp us such does not pro- secute but shows to the public and the authorities particular 'the- need of their mterfeiXMice if need be. at feast of their activity in the endea- vor to obtain and preserve a NECHACOVAL- LEY LANDS IN B.C. I. B. Sid, a KcpresnUtife F IN RECEIVED TODAY per Acre Neduct Val- OB Ten Yearly Paynenls Mr. Snc-11 has just returned from British Columbia whvre he has been investigating Nechaco Valley laud and obtaining valuable data concern- ing .same and is convinced thut me. in price on these lands will be even greater than haa taken place in Southern Alberta where irrigated lands have increased in a few yeara from to per aero. These Nechaco Valley lands have .sujflicient moisture und drainec by tho groat Nechaco river 300 feet in width. While they appear leve they are undulating enough to un- sure good drainage. There ia good well water over the valley at a depth of 1-1 to clear as a crystal and no alkali. The pea vine or vatch that grows two feot high in Alberta with irriga- Wc are solo agents for this celebrated Hat, which is sold at Eastern prices. i The kntkj Co. Itt. 9-toomed Fully Modem iuiUble for roomers. Close in For S1000 cash, babuice very eaiy Alberta Realty Co up Ictttrifye U IfNNKt TC Lethbridge Auction Mart, We useful lot of Furniture just in md il will pay you to our goods before purcbuing else- where. We .can save'you maay dolUrt. tGUw Leal Irintry I WM. OLIVER'S PLANING MILL I bpM to tfc CM- if i Office, .Yards and Factory: dr. itni Mini irons Telephone 153 quiet and restful Sabbath that shall be of benefit to nil. Mr. iroore and Mr. Rochester are both touring west in a linked elTort. towards end just mentioned. the tho backs and in the A GOOO APPOINTMENT The Herald learns with a good deal of satisfaction that T. B. R. Hender- son has been appointed chic-f weed in- spector for the province in succession to Sir. Archibald MJtchell. ilr. Henderson was here at the time of the seed fair and impressed every person with his ability and knowledge. He is a young man and a close student of agriculture and should give good service to the farm- ers of Alberta. The eradication of weeds is of 'the utmost importance to agriculture in this province. We want to sustain and advance our reputation as a province that pro- duces pure seed grain, and it is only by enforcing the present law and educating that we can pos- sibly advance our position. Mr. Hen derson has an important task ahead of him, but we are quite content that he will fulfill his duties to the credit of himself and the Department. STOMACH UNNECESSARY New.York, Feb. Sun has received the following cable dispatch from DelaKcniere, lectur- ing at the Academy of Medicine, sured his hearers that it was possible to live without a" stomach, but the figures ho quoted arc not likely to encourage many to get rid of that ofttimfis troublous organ. Of tan cases in which Dr. Dclagencire entire ly removed -the' stomach owing to nf the unemployed. This permission was denied because t was believed that it would bring ibout a clash between the reds and .he police. A COMPANY OF MERIT It is always a pleasure to endorse a good dramatic attraction and from the notices received of the Dominion Comedy company we are led to ex- pect much. Among the clover artists with thin company are Mr. Francis Murray, the eminent chnnicter com- edian. a player who for years has been prominent in the support oi many colebraU-d people of the stage mon sturgeon and trout. Wild'geese, ducks, pheasants and .arc abundant arid some 'deer. For mixed fanning and fruit, it is t unexcelled. Being nearer coast than Alberta; it has a milder.'climaie and as Columbia ia farm lands haa a great demtnc or the in-her great umber and! mining 'what ands thereTare suitable for farming' and fruit raising have ed a i whenever, transportation haa When the. Grand Trunk. Pacific is completed through. rthese, lands t in Nechaco Valley th'ey will true value of fifty to one hundred dollars per acre and.it would nort. be surprising if they were" selling at fifty dollars.per acre''by thi.-j time next year. The Grand. Trunk peo- ple paid last year. 6c per Ib. for oats in the valley and offer the same" this year. Thel-Hudson's Bay people have farmed there for 50, years and have been secured ,byi German Luthr erana of to ,08- tablish a colony., Jhe; vaileyi; ia .situ- ated about 330.. roilei., north i of, Ash- croft. I News of the impending trek was given out today-by. a [banker who re- turned from the Ho viaiUjd the, Nechaco. ..Valley and acquired a 'At .least 100 with their ainilics the middle, will ocate in, said he to The ..Province. "The majority; o] have bouglit averaging 240 acres at. the rate of per acre, Their: representativea i, many, in aUnces have already ,val ley Miss' 'Annie Louise Hartt, leading woman has won admirers c- very where ;or her finished work and some of thx gowns worn by her in the variou: plays have caused no end of commen nmong the fairer sex. Two charming soubrettes are Miss .Blanche Smail find the brand. Here please note a few of our prize winners, popular ap- proval the judge Ginger tie and beer, leincn soda, cream sarsaparilla, lemon sour. ironbrew. 1 strawberry, orange and 1 clwinpigne cider. the 'case of 24 hotting set down at your door. ICTflBRlDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY; uo. poasibilities.. .Grain o all kinds. vegetables; can be raised therei'-to..'perfection. f.Then will "-be'a lor, their pro- cpnstruction of Pacific .Railway. the still con- tinues the initial influx-.will be large- ly Uie, Bummer, of land comprising 8.000; acres has beeanijacquired ,by; German Minnesota. They intend to -establish.a, model ony.v .Fifty aettlers ;will be..the .nucle- us .of ;in. the-early, spring. they..will Only house in town where strictly white help is usod. Every night from 10 o'clock we have Borne specials iu axlflitioik" to the usual run I order line. TONIGHT Hot Boast Turkey with ripe tomatoes 50c. Tr it trie ''Sho Pioneer Coal IS ON THE MARKET All Strictly Attended, to Must W Pud oa Delivery. JilES ISKttFT fraf hrte k. UI ami 3nl Mondayi in K. of P. Hall o'clock. jbretlireii are cordially 'invited. S. Q DAVIES, W.F. 244y T: -T. WHITE, W. S. Owh The Hadley-Roberts Co. Catering for narties, or tocial r'ip gatherings A complete line of Fruit and Confec- v tipnery Phont 2H" ar( their .families... The journey there, will in wagons ;frpm Ashcroft. the A-alley. will soon ;be and; ,T. P. are. co-operating, rin wagon ,road through Northern Cariboo 'the bringing in i of railway supplies. The Nechaco Valley can easily. sun-, port. a; large population aa it con- 'tains. acres of ifirst class farm land, i 4w-Std Columbia Restaurant Open Day and Night FRESH OYSTERS Japanese Goods. 'Meal Tickets 15 per Week .Next; door .to ;Coaldale Hotul Thureday of.. nunth in K. of P. Hall. G. V STORKEY. fecreUtrr. C. ROSS Prwidem. M. PRIEST. Junior Paat Lodge Pride of 293. Sau at of fyt at 8 T. Rnbis Boi S7. 'REPAIRING J. R.; van Haarlem. Westminster and; next; corner Helen street and Repairing and shoes. of fine boots Sewing by hand if Right prices. Or- ders promptly attended to. 70-fi niiiiiiiuiii'Hiii'iii FINE Papeteries 2 4 Ai COM! te! hy! im TK PCM MB have grown fint oats and 80 busliels of oats per acre only being a. fair yield.; Wheat and clover do ei- ceedingiy well and all Those desiring 'to make quickly from twenty to thirty thousand dol- lars on a small investment in land write at ori'ce to 11 B! Snelli bridgc. Alberta', Box 63, as these lands will positively increased to he same as the other companies are barging. ''-T: The payments will be per first year and balance in 9 equal an- nual installments. A 'deposit of per acre must accompany each an- ilication. We do not expect'to his opportunity only a vc-ry short time as we will only let a few on the Read the following copy from the Vancou- ver Daily Province, Feb. 19. 1908, and then I. B. SHELL P. 0. Bex tlj; 'Canada. NECHACO VALLEY DRAWS MANY AMERICAN SETTLEMS LETHBRIDGE i.OUne. nO. 38 C. B. P. O. E. MecU 2nd and 4th i'ueaday >t etoh month at 8.15 p.m. K. A. 8HARMAX, M. PRIEST, E. R. 8eoreUry. IMMMMIiliMIMtlf MR. FRANCIS MURRAY Tht Celcbrattd Fun Maker with the Dominion Comedy Two Highti Commtncing Friday Evening Next and Miss Pearl Summers, and Messrs Dumont, Summers and others fill'up the cast of a very strong company o metropolitan players. The opening play will be the ever popular comedy "A Run-a-way Match." A gram scenic priduction is anc those who enjoy R good, laughabl play presented by an excellent cast will certainly make no mistake, in visiting Oliver's Hall on Friday Seats arc now selling a V NEW DRESS; GINGHAMS NEW MUSLINS NEW PRINTS 'Boys' and Men's Clothing Shipments of New Spring Goods arriving daily Lodge NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hail sec- and and famrth Moodaye la month. re-fairing certificated en- gineera, and engineen out of eaploy- mfot, would do veil to communicate with ROBERT KEVIN. Chid. QKO. BRUCE, GERMAN LUTHEftAN COLOMT r ail parU of the cily for 13. per ton. Cwh must older..... HANDFORD Of on notice. Art be- orders eWwhere Big Trek in; Begin Early -in- X- "Nechaco Csriboo tnct, which will be traTfrsed by: Grand Trunk' Pacific rtUwmf, will the objective this spring of of settlers'from 'the' middle' oV land there have Iretdy been of. Of thii quantity rifht ;