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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, A L B E R T A S AT U R D A Y MARCH The Daily Herald not iii sympathy with sueh a pol- Is Mr. Bonlen merely trying hoodwink the .'lectors. If he i has et the. cat cut bajr. ;nv seiire in Lcthbridpo. Social to tf..i.i. >l thv including Printed by the Daily Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at The advertisement of a house to let its office, Round St., Lethbridge, W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Di- rector and Editor. Nai- in the .Herald never fails to bring between thirty and forty applicants; and yet no attempt is made! IMiss 1'atteson entertained at iv afternoon, the i ncil, Siarnes, Proud. B. Snell, a Representative Farmer of Lelbbridje, Alberta, is Offering ForOaly HawesHats RECEIVED TODAY a Short Time Priceiil i j On Monday evening Mrs. Wilson j was the hostess of a ladies bridge j party, Miss i'auesim and Mrs, Kirk- Imtm being the lucky winners. jThe guests iin-luded Mrs. Anderson, i Mrs, Mour.se, Mrs. Arnold, Mrs. McXicnl, .Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Yroo- jmaii, Mrs. rimers. Mrs. Kirk- ham, Mrs. Starne.s, Miss iKilT. -Vaismith, Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Cuimingham, Miss .JelY- Don't kick, better nni-inista will no- Miss i'aueson Uee that your leather doesn't carry the boot and workers' label. The World of Labor Contributed by Labor Man per Acre Nechaco Val- ley Lands in B.C. at on Ten Yearly Payments are solo agents for this celebrated Hat, which'is sold here at Eastern prices. t'lie hostess :it a The Bentley Co. Ltd. Wholesale and Retail 3 IMRIDGE. 9-Roomed Fully Modern Houses suitable fur roomers. CJosoiu' For SJOOO casli. balance very easy Alberta Realty Co 4 wise, at the earliest possible mo- i less furnishing union The Trades and Labor Council have appointed a label committee to boost the label. The eastern houses 1111- oodrf Mrs. Ford small bridge on Monday afternoon. Miss 1'atteson, Mrs. Starnes, Missi111? Mr. Snell has just returned from British Columbia where he Jus been investigating Nechac-o Yullev land i have been .secured by German Luth- Mrs.' Conybeare'i aru} valuable data concern- is convinced that rise To ensure change of contract adver- _ tUement in the Daily Herald, copy The local Typojrraphical Union iias i _ should be sent in not Inter than G'alsi, appointed u label IHUT, Mrs. Ciuvers, Mrs. 'Kirkluun, am! Airs. McXicol, Mrs. SUirnes he- ing winner. Tuesday m'teniooti claimed Mrs. o'clock p. m. of the evening before fut j j r fe j Vrootnnn as hostess 01 an ufternoon publication. Transient displnv ad-, hi-idtr.. th ,c, vertisements will be reer-ivvd up to does UK' Mrs. 10 o'clock a. m. of the day of pub- i appear all your printing. Ask Anderson, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Shaw in price on these lands will be even greater than has taken placv in Southern Alberta where irrigated laud.s have increased in a few years from SU to per acre. Tlie.se Nechaco Vallev lands lication, and want advertisements for the label all your printin" and Conylxnire, Mrs. up to 2.00 p. m. ADVERTISING RATES Want cent a word each insertion. No advertise- ment for less than 25c. Six con- secutive insertions for price of four. Initial letters, abbreviations, and "c" marks, each figure, and words count as full words. -When replies are to be forwarded send lOc. extra to cover postage. Terms cash. jeruns of Wisconsin who intend to es- tablish a colony. The valley is situ- ated about 320 miles north of Ash- I croft. News of the impending trek was given out today by a banker who re- i turned from the east a .few days ago. I He visited the Xechaco Valley and [acquired a tract of land there. 'At least 100 settlers with their from thy middle state "'will save the committees a lot of trouble. 1 Miss i'attc- (Son, Mrs. Heeve. Mrs. Xnisnuili, Mrs. have! famines sufheitMit moisture and are rtl. j locate in the. valley in .May.' said he tlu- great Nechaco oOO feet! lo province. In tlu'v appear level Kvt'n I Cim'ers, Mr.s. Slarncs, Mrs. Kirkhum. Mrs. .Mrs. _____ I Xourse. Mrs. Chivers. How many men in this city profess-! 'Urs' winning Uv "The majority of them have, bought farms averaging 240 acres at the rate jf per acre, Tlu'ir in many in- Miss Dun, undulating enough to as- Wood. 31rs. sure good drainage. There is food j i i, .n T stances have already vi-itod the val- U-s. j well water over the vallev at a depth i, 1 l ley. and reported favorably on its 14 to 30 feet, clear as a crystal and agricultural possibilities. ine to be Tea was served I Births, Marriages, and M'I' I'ocketr Remember the label. cents every insertion. j Contract Display j they com ood unionists carrv around I J s j or smoking tobacco in I including. Miss preuy! no alkali. Herald" Oi-i "Rate card at "Daily tice. cents per count line; am' Paperhnngons of count to regular advertisers. was successfully launched Subject to advertise j ganj meuts subject to approval of agemeut of "Daily Herald." n 'your taste is m y.mr there is a union-labelled to- bacco procurable to suit it. Get wise I on Grain of all kinds, roots and vegetables can be raised there to perfection. There will be a cash market for their pro- 'ii lrs' Arnohl cntertuinoc! at dinner 1 Crtveml with lllld initial hlfiux bfi on Wedne.sdav evening of poplar here and there. It i lJ" increased during thc summer with them a plug -A McDonald's iat flVc' ut whirh lhc younger crowd Miss Anderson. Miss Dixie Wilson. strong local of Deco America Tbfr pea vine or vetch that grows two feet high in Alberta with irriga- tion is above Nechaco Valley, ground is DAILY HERALD NEWS AND FICE O. D. AUSTIN, City Editor. OF- by Or- :er Harold on Tuesday evening, members were obligated, and they elected the following' as officers: President. J. Cullis; vice president, Pepper. secretary-treasurer, J. Deserancourt. In order to give all the other members of this calling a laid for six eve.dn-. Covers were the' guests K-inij Mr and Mrs. Wood, 'Mrs. Ousur and Mr. Comifll. Mrs. Mewhurti entertained at bridge the guests be- JOHN TORRANCE, Canvasser, Col- chance to in ..lector and Assistant Business Man-i f m tju- "rouml floor jAgncw. trie list ni charter members will not i son. ager. MISS GRIMM, Accountant. JOB DEPARTMENT. on Wednesdav i be closed for a week or so, but thoy jwill have to hurry. The price -for initiation will be ,mt away up, so The Herald Job Department is the j ,IoCaI wil1 'im-et in best equipped in Southern Alberta, j u> Labor All- classes of work handled expe- evf'iiing ditiously and satisfactorily. Walter wilt be Jordan, Manager of the Job Depart-1 cnent. 1 Telephone 106. j hat .price the following from the __________________ _ i Saskatchewan Labor's Mr. interlocutor, what do yriu call a man who will work longer hours and for less pay- on Thursday mg M.I-S. Xaismith, Mrs. Ford, Mis.s Miss Duff, Miss The- prizes were xvon is generally cleared by burning, andlmonths-- A tract of land comprising tllo i; acres has beean "acquired bv tiie ground is then readv ior the first; r, Oennan Lmherans (tf Minnesota. crop without plowing, as the soil is They iutom] to eslriblisl, a 1110lld col. a fine silt with no more grain thanjony. Fifty settlers Vill be the nucle- flour a lid 40 feet in depth in most us of tho colony in the early spring. places with no sand, gravel or stones. Mrs. Stanics.ii r, VLrabapples, chorries and manv other Mis.s r-itt- rruits and apples bv -Airs. Yrooman and "Miss Agnew and Mr. Jones and Mr. Arnold. 3L'rs. McXicoll expects her sister A CITY WITHOUT POVERTY Tt is a source of congratulation to it neces-l _Mr- Jnckson, (shaking his been croing it prc-rty strong for s that is Uu- inoilLlls- I confess for maybe you mean a union man? the city of Lethbridge to know that] you mean the winter has practically passed, j union man? and the city has not found sary to spend a dollar for charitable purposes. No cases of destitution i u have been reported to the police nor Mr. it. Mr. In- huve they found any. The city paid J terlocutor what do you think would for the keep of one person who ar- a coat of arms for a scab? rived in thc city ill but that is all. S have no idea, Mr. TI. i Jackson. What is .file city has no poverty. and all desirous r.f joinhv'i MrS' T" R" MurtLl1 I'rank. and a cordially welcomed. I fnena fmil! to visfi her on their return from the "East. J.EN'TKX TILOUUHTS FOR SO- CIETY. Thc Lenten season has conic, and with it a lull in sodul events. Nov.- we can pause and think. It is 'ab- out time. What with dinners and dances and bridge parties, we have some one a rest. 1 have done my. lovel best to play the game of "Follow my leader" ami keep up the are cultivated enroute between Ash- croft and the Nechaco. The Nechaco river abounds in sal- mon sturgeon and trout. Wild geese, ducks.- pheasants and partridges are abundant and some deer. For-mixed farming and fruit it is unexcelled. Being nearer the coast than Alberta it has a milder climate and as Rritisli Columbia is short on farm lands but has a great demand for the products in her many great lumber and mining camps, what lands there arc suitable for farming and fruit raising have always reach- ed a very high figure whenever transportation has reached them. When the Grand Trunk Pacific is After getting in their crops they will send for their families. The journey tltcre will be made in wagons from Ashcroft. Access to thc valley will soon be simplified as the Government and the G. T. P. are co-operating in build int wagon road throueh Northern Cariboo in order to facilitate the bringing in of railway supplies. The Nechaco Valley can easily sup- port a large population as it con- tains acres of first class farm land. -Jw-Std NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of Harry Steed, Late of Lethbridge in the Province of Alberta, Deceased. IS HEREJJY GIVES' that ail persons having any claim or de- mands against the late Marry Steed who died on or about the 12th day Mr. think a god coat of arms for a scab would be a flea, a fly. a magpie and a ham. A city without poverty, and dis- tress this winter is some-tiling to be noticed in either or Europe j Will you please this year. From every city came bar- j Jackson? flea will bi or foe, go will a scab- rowing details oi suffering and want of suicide and death from cold and j starvation, of generous donations by public bodies and private citizens, j Distressing are the records of the! poverty and suffering; cheering arc j the accounts of efiortas to fulfil the j duties of brotherhood. j Only those who see or h.'ive lab mate knowledge of the distress real- j Canada. The. Labor Gazette for Fob- the. need oi rendering assistance, i rnary contains race, hut it needs good wind and a WC ot the t. .sou of October, .1.007 at .1. A, arc required on Hl'st day of March, to be and hung before it cured, so should H scab. Last year then- were no less than >rgaViizations formed in completed through these lands in Xechaeo Valley they will reach their, true value of fifty to one hundred jprovinct' of o or six dollars jjor acre and it xvould not be) or before the ng ii they were selling at t 1008, to send per acre by this time next THK AX1, COM PAXV. at Caigary. in the valley and offer the same this iu Vrovinco of Alberta, Adminis- yynr. The Hudson's Hay people! of the estate of thc have fanned there for 50 years and j said Harry Stood "br to-deliver to and barley, 80tthu advocate for the said acre only being j _ and clover do lheir ewspapers T have often ,Mlid 6c ,.pcr charmm- hostess" and my !IS "de- is ih is: .your gue; v a U 'v is TO them next season. Mi't talk over the hemls I Those desiring'-to vegetables. make quickly l'ni'tJKiilars of their claims a statement of their Only house hi town where strictly white help is used. Every from lOo'clock we have some specials iu addition t'o the ustial run in the short order line. TONIGHT-Hot Boast Turkey with ripe toumtoes Tea or Cotl'ee, 50c. Try it after the Show mmm mmmi Good serviceable meals will ba given here. Come and give us a trial. J. M. BEDDING- f Cor. Smith aud SHOE REPAIRING J. R. van Haarlem. Westminster Road, next corner Helen street and in back yard. Repairing of fine .boots and workmen's shoe's. Sewing by hand if required. Right prices. Or- ders promptly attended to. 70-G PROFESSIONAL CARDS W.S.GALBRA1TH, M.D.C.M. MtGif? Physician, Surgeon Accoucher Office 914 Redpath St. 'Phone 53 9a.m.. 2-3. 7-8 p.m. DRS. McCLURE STEWART, Sur- geon Dentists. Office Hours: 9a.m to 12n.; 1p.m. to 5p.m. DR. C. C. CRAGG. Phystcian and Surgeon. Oiiice over Higmbotham's -Drug Store Phone "Office 125. House 94.< Office to 11, a.m., to p.m., 7 to 3 p.m. DR. p. J. COURT1CE Dentist Graduate of. Northwestern Univer- sity, Chicago, III. Office to 12; l to 5. Whitney .Block Redpath Streel HAMILTON YOUNG Engineers and Surveyors Higinbotham Block, Suild lip By WM. PLANING MILL [i tie Cn- of a 8'jildiq OiHce, Vards atul Factory: Cor, ROilXQ aad mm STREETS Telephone. 158 Pioneer Coal IS ON THE MARKET All Orders Strictly At tended-to Cash Must be Paid on Delivery JWES BflCBOfT: Prop. HO, 111 Meets 1st and 3rd M o n d ays 'Hall at R o'clock. Visiting: brethren are cordially invited. s. G; DAVIES. w.p. T. -T. WHITE, W. S. Let Kb ridge Nest of Owls Lethbridge Nest of Owls, No. 159, will meets the second Thursday each month in K. of P. Hall. G. V. "STORKEY, Secretaary. C ROSS' TATE, President, M. PRIEST, Junior Past Pros. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. Sons of England Benefit Society Moot in the KnishtB of Pyrliina Halt every first um! thinl Thurx.lay in the month at S p.m. Visiting uhvayN T. RoMriB. Box 57. 9-ly LETHBRIDGE NO. 35 C. B. P. O. E. Meets 2nd and 4th- Tuesday ,f. each month sit 8.15 p.m. E. A. SHARMAN, M. PRIEST. R- Secretary. C.F.P.Conybeare, K.C., D.C.L., B. Morton Jones, B. C. L. CONYBEARE JONES Barristers, Solicitors, Etc. Office: Conybeare Block. T-ilk- UHIM: from -twenty to thirtv thousand dol-' liccollnts thc natllrc of tht Lethbridge, Alta. 22- th-, r i such u gathering in land That is why in prosperous places like Loth bridge little sympathy seems to bo shown for those in distress in other places. Luxuries in pleasure, dress and entertainment abound with ap- parently no thought or those who have not even the necessities of life, j Whereas if the want were evident! in the city, donbt less the same money i would be poured for charitable! purposes. .Prosperity is pleas-nit and i to be. d.-sired but carries res-j ponsibility. j nd .so looked "fierce" or fright." T an interesting article j...... The price is only 20c! thiU of perennial interest, rc-neh 'lomestic servant which, like ;he poor, mid even positively bo 63, as these increased to are read by nil. per year and thus within tin: of every union man. Pigmy Stylos more pers.st- utory Declaration of t.hc claimunt or his- AXP TAKK XOTICT-; that after the day of Marrh, the The payments will be per acre !Sai'1 ANI) first year and balance in 0 equal anIiTRB CO1Ir'AXV-' TJMITF.D, will pro ently than they. js always with us. I A deposit of (Continued on Following Page.) aere must accompany each ap- saul rlocoaw'1 thc persons plication. We do not expect to keep having regard only OUR POINT OF VIEW ifcCaip. ite. is a ran Senate. He is a representative ed-, ncjitionalifil and would make an ex- X c-ellent represer-tative of tl-nr teach- -J- ing profession on the Senate. I aip. a former Lethbridge- 1 T udidnt'.- for the University j C 1 R I Dwarf Fountain Pen i That idea of Dobbin's about a carj to advertise this district is worth j considering seriously. With a dis- piay of products of this rich dis-1! trict within it, the, car would do a I wonderful lot of good in throueh the sutes. Xo other dwarf is just ;is good." Clear Havana Cigars Onr Brands Alberta'. Pride. Bade, Havana SmoVer, Our Pride. Spccialbrands made T. W. HANRAHAN Strictly Union Made 32-0 eeod to distribute the assets of the said deceased amongst the ti "ns opportunity- open only a very the clilims' of whlch shall short lime as we will only 'let few thc" havc the said ix-rsons in on the ground floor. 'noidlTIIK (JTTAKAXTKK the following copy from the Vancon-l will not be ver Daily Province, Feb. If) for assets or any part thereof to any of whoso claim it shall not then have received Jhuerl a i this 21st, day p- 0. Box 63, Lethbridge, Alberta, j nf 100S. Csr.sds. JTHM TIirSTS AXF? GUM? j COMPANY, i.miTF.n. and then L B. SNELL Jyr. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. Office: Southard Block. Money to Lend on Town and TJann 1 Property. No. 3__ NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY .ENGINEERS in the Labor Hall evciy sec- find and fourth, Mondays in tht month.-" Employers requiring certificated en- gineers, and engineers out of employ- ment, would do well to communicate with us. KOBERT NEVIN, Chief. GEO. BRUCE, Secretary. 44-lyrd-w B. C. MOORE Funeral 'Director and Embalmer to Presbyterian Church Office Phone 102. Residence 136. F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitney Block. 30-0 I mm POST CARDS a trip received. See the I i rtesigns shown in our win- We wonder if the Conservative par-] T" clows, then pass them np y really knows; where its leader 4- if von ran t I I Columbia Kestaurant Open Day and Night FRESH OYSTERS Candies, Cigars, Japanese Goods. Meal T-ckeis S3 per Week Next door to Coaldale Hotel Twenty-Two Thousand Acres Been Sold in thc Middle States GERMAN LUTHERAN COLONY MUSIC MISS L. HOLLAND AlheYta. J Pnpil of Stratford Dawson, of Mont-j I Ji. Ci. Ross, j real, wishes ,1 limited number of stu- i .Afanager. dents fnr C., ADVOC.VT1-: for j Piano Study. 1 THK TRUSTS ANN Of ARAXTKK I.esciu'tiy.ky (Paderew.ski's tonchcr) CUMPANV, 1JMITKP method used. Terms moderate. Lclhbritlgc, Alta.' Adress 810 Ford St. Phone 247. on tne irovernrnent Mr. ownership j qiK'fttion. Mr.__Borden professes to JL be friendly to doctrine but Hon.' John Haggart, a former it minister says the leader is wA in tive cabinet minister says the leader i! HE PICTIHE mm l Catering for parties, dances or social gatherings k. compieie line of Fruit and Confec- Phonc 211 tionery Big Trek in Northern Cariboo Will Begin Early in May j i Xeciiaco Valley-in the Cariboo dis-! trict. which, win be traversed by the' Grand Trunk Pacific railway, will be J the objective this spring of hundreds; of from the middle states. I Twenty-two thousand acres of land! there have Iready been disposed of. Of this quantity thousand delivered lo all parts of the city for 85 ton. Cash must accompany order. Of all kinds done on short notice. Ask for our pricesbe- leaving orders elsewhere VESTEHI CO, Offw Phones; Office 63 StaWea4? Kite! Photos V i HANDFORD The Job Department for fint Printing ;