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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ALitJTA Daily Printed by DaUy Herald PricUnf Coi, lawful: >Tft8taf'it itt ftt, Canada. W. A. SUCHANAN, Oi> rttcter tn MM in I.M M .16 aired; but both new and old address must be given. Subscribers, will please remit with order which should be given for R specihV! term. Kemit by Express Order, P.O. Order, and Bink Money Order. may be sent direct or through any newsdealer. Address commun- ications to THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD, Lethbridge, Alberta, Ca- nada. MttM Dtily, one year, delivered Daily, aii vnonth, delivered, Daily, three monthi, delirered. Daily, one month, delivered Daily, one by mail Daily, six months, by mail Daily, three months, by mai) ly Herald; one year .5 changed as often as .de- noi leadinfjtu from ttfice de- posits. Mr Prlugie waoU-govertmient io- spcction. They that In. the States but it did not. .prevent ten bank failures in the city of New York alone inside of a few months during the recent criiis. EclL-rence also made by Mr. i'ringle to the crop moverrtent and ho claims that our cropi could not be moved- "Su'ch t condition could jiot have occurred in the United States." We have not heard of any Western Canada that could not be moved but we have heard that in Minnesota, Montana, the Dako- and many other ho money was forthcoming and the grain could 'lot- bo for weeks for lack of money. It must be fresh in every- body's memory, the terrible (jris-is, THE OIKTON BODCCT CarJaton, March gav? who Invrf tho very enjoyable time they ed tho pleasing domestic pUy .by the Xagrath Then) was not so large house the of the traveling companies that come thii this way a better repreaairtation of u play than that given by Mograth people in the before men- tioned drama, The parts were all well but the honors with the jpentlemca are said to belong to Mr. Orson llridgo in the character oi "Arthur A. B. Critchfield as "Richard Sel- the Static just passe through when ilioy had to resort to "wooden thr- jirlk-lo soiling at wyn" and Ernest Bconton as "Larry a premium of a hundred. Certain- i the Irishman" were good delineations ly "inch a condition could not oc- cur" in Canada with our superior cur- rency, but it's 10 be hoped won't, permit him to try and "paint Ef our frieuda who favor us with man- tho rosi-." Mr. Prinple's financial ideas should and both parlies with credit. acquitted With uscript for publication wish 10 have rejected articles returned thoy must in all cases send stamps lor that purpose. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers who to receive the Daily Herald will please notify the business office, by phone or other- wise, at the earliest possible mo- ment, ao that prompt delivery may be ensured. To ensure change of contract adrer- j ti. tisemeut in the Daily Herald, copy j u K'K should be sent in not later than 6j j o'clock p. m. of the evening before j so many j gave full satisfaction to hor audience being poinU'd to as well 'night ilrs. Alston as "Bobbinrtte, the feet .by all over the world. was perfectly 'at. home in her part. POINT OF VIEW i All the minor characters were well OUR is prohibited in most pro- i vincos and but in New Brims- MI .svms all sustained. The general opinion as expressed is Ucatiou, and want advertisements i ihsit this was tho best dramatic per- formance given our playgoers in tht .Bay people have farmed for 50 and hnve grown fine.oata and barley, 30 -of oats per acre- only being a fair-yield. Wheat and clover do ej- ceedingij well and all vegetables. quioily been secured by German Luth- eratw of Wisconsin who intend io es- tablish a colony. The valley ia" situ- ated about 320 milc-4 north of Ash- croft. News of the impending trek wae given, out loday by a banker who re- turned from the- esst a few. days ago. He visited the Nechaco Valley and acquired a Iracl of land there. 'At 100 with their families from the middle ntatc will locate in the valley in Raid be to The Province. "The majority of them have bought farms averaging 240 Lodge Pride of Alberta. No. 293. Sons of [ngiaod Gerofjt Soorty PROFESSIONAL CARDS W.S.GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. McGm Physician, Surgeon Accoucher Office 9H Redpath St. 'Phone 53 8a.m.. 2-3. 7-8 p.m. DRS. McCLURE STEWART, Sur- geon Den Office Hoars: Sd.m. 12 n.; I p.m. to HAMILTON YOUNG Surveyors Higuibctham Block, Lethbridge. oi Their reprewntatires per acre, in many in- had asked for such enactment j Tho5c make A feature of the play be j with the idea, that all thusj'-Oia twenty to thirty tbouescd dol- rcalizcd be expcnuc-d for' publicity on a mall investment in land ('Icy and rvportcd on work by tho town. As they did al to I. B. 8nelJ.' posjibilitios. Ornin already vbiled the its of present their CASK the bylaw went I bridge, Box 63, M through without the "vide." liMMiitmtiiiiiiiii Pipy Styles Dwarf Fountain Pen Each No other dwarf itu jntt M good." V w if yon See tkc m win- them up J will poaitivfcly be.i the same the other The will bo per flrdt and in 9 nuftl A per acre acoompanr We. do. not to keep all kinds, and. oan .be raised there to perfection. There will be a cash market for their pro- duels'owing to the. early construction of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway. "Aa thr demand for land utill con- the initial influx will be large- ly increased (Turing tta eurnmcr this opportuiiitjr only A short ocJy tet in on tta frouad ftoor. the-, follow rrora ver Daily. W, Ihoa 0. A tract of land acres fc-wan acquired by B. Morton Jones, B. C. L. CONYBEARE JONES Bolicitoia, Etc. Office: Conybeare Block. 22-lyr. W. C. SIMMONS Barrister, Etc. Office: Southard.Block. Money to Lend on Town and -Fann Property. -in of Hull err-r.v flm and third in the month p.m. biviltrcii olwajt.wel orac. Walter pp'eby, T; U- Box 57. 9-ly LETHBRIDGE NO. 35 C. B.- P. O. E. Hects 2nd: and 4th z'uesday each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. SHAVIAN. M. PRIEST. -E- R. Secretary. Lutherans o! They 'Intend t-o.eetablUh a model col- ony. Fifty settlers will be the nucle- IM of .the. colooy in the early epring. A tier-gelling in their rropd. they will S 3fud ior their families. The journey j there will be made in wagons from j Ashcroh-. Access to talley will j noon be us .the..Government} B. C. MOORE Funeral Director and Embalmtr to Presbyterian Church .Office Phone'102, Residence 136. F. b. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room I Whitnty Block." 38-0 Lodge NJ. ASSOCIATION' OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall cvckj sec- Hnd and fourth Jfondays in Um month. Employers re-juirinc certificated en- gineers, arid out ot employ- ment, .would do well to with us. ROBERT .NEVIN, Chief. GEO. BKUCE. SecreUry. 44-lyrd-w MISS MUSIC L- HOLLAND MfiCKAOO OUA MISS CTMCt BALCM Will Title Oilbart and Suilivan't Opera, March IIth. Sala Optm March I .a.m. at and. thc.O. T. P. tro co-operating in j building a wagon road through j Pupil of Stratford 'DnWson, of Mont-j wwhes a limited number of atu-1 fcr 1 IfllMMIMIftMIMM II J Northern Cariboo in'order, to faeilitato' The Kfchaco Valley easily nup- port a large it eon- (Paderewski'a acre? ai firel farm method used. Tertrw AaVwa tit Fard St. Piano Study. teacher) 2f7. OERMAJi LUTHIRAH COLOIIT TrA TaDe? la triet, which wili by the QrMd Trwi: railway, frtfl be objective tfcto >pnof of of settlers from middle acrei of 01 to all of the city for nMt nccompmny DRAYING on thort. tor our be- elsewhere HANDFORD H scald Job Department for Printini ;