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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LCTHBRlDfi'C, ALBERTA MONDAY .MARCH I, 1108. Printed by the Daily Herald Printing Co., Ltd.. every lawful evening at lor houses in this city. There is not a vacant house in the city limits. What is the use of boosting Leth- bridge and attracting people here if j cun't guarantee them homes to live in. What we ought to do and what we really must see is done, is to form a company and erect fifty or more houses this year. Unless this its office. Round St., Lethbridge, j is we arc going to u lot 0{ Alberta, Canada, W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing 01 rector and Editor. people, who. otherwise would settle in this city. Subscription Daily, one year, delivered...... Daily, six month, delivered, 2.00 Daily, three months, delivered.. 1.00 Daily, one month, delivered .35 Conservative Premier Whitney has been leading the "public ownership" advocates, the Toronto Telegram and Toronto World, around by a string.} Daily, one year, by mail 3.00 The string- was NMagarp, power to gaily; six months, by mail 1.75 ior amj furnished to the Dailv, thrc-K liioiiths. by mail M Herald, one year 1.60 OI lnc UM Addresses changed as often as de- eired; but both new and old address must be given. Subscribers will please remit with order which should be given for a specified term. Remit by Express Order, P.O. Order, and Money Order. )rders may be sent direct or through any Address commun- ications to THE LETHBttlDGR eminent. But the string got tangled around the person of Win. Mackenzie of Mackenzie and Mann, and now the Telegram and World are after Whit- ney with a club. He is called the j man of "broken promises" and such! like pet terms. With two such; powerful papers among the masses j as the Telegram and World against Queens Hotel Match Claresholm, March Queen s j J hotel has changed having bt-i lhan has lako HERALD, Lethbridge, Alberta, Ca-1 him, will siand to lose sev-j uada. i eral supporters in Toronto city, at! If our friends who favor us with man- j uscript for publication wish to j have rejected articles returned they must in all cases send stumps for j CLARESHOLM CULLINGS 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 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 later than 6 o'clock p. in. of the evening before publication. Transient display ad- vertisements will be received up to 10 o'clock a. in. of the day of pub- lication, and want advertisements 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. Births, Marriages, and cents every insertion. Contract Display Advertisements- Rate card at "Daily Herald" Of- fice. cents per count line; dis- count to regular advertisers. Subject to advertise- ments subject to approval of man- NECHACO VAL- LEY LANDS 1NB.C. 1. B. SieU, a Ledibridfe, Alberts, U Offering Only a Short Time per Acre Nechaco Val- ley Lands in B.C. at on Ten Yearly Payments 01 this quantity eight thousand have baen German Luth- erans'of Wisconsin who intend to es- tablish a colony. The vulley is situ- ated about II20 niiles north of Ash- eroft. of the impending trek was given out today by a baukor who re- turned from the east a lew days ago. He visited the NVchaco Valley and acquired a tract of land there. 'At Joust 100 settlers with their j families from the middle stute will locate in the valley in May." said he Representative Farmer of lo The "The majority of them have bought farms averaging240 acres at the rale of 512 per acre, J Their representatives in many in- (stances have already visited the val- ley and reported favorably on its agricultural possibilities. Grain all kinds, roots and vegetables can be raised there, to perfection. There will cash rnurket for their pro- ducts owing to the early construction of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway. "As the demand for land still con-! linm-s the initial influx will be large- ly increased during the Hummer months. A tract of land comprising has beeun acquired by German Lutherans of Minnesota. They intend to establish a model col- Mr. Snell has just returned from Hritish Columbia where he has been investij-jitiug Nechaeo Valley hind i and obtaining valuable data concern- ing same and is convinced that rise in price on these lands will be oven tl where irrigated sold by Ottio L. Taylor to Harry V Southern Alberta Bell formerly of the Wilton Hotel laruis have increased in a few years hero. Mr. Bell solid the Wilton from per acre. .summer to C. J. Cote and went t-' Vancouver but he has now decided to return to Claresholm. There is the least doubt that the patrons f the hotel will be well treated '.y him. A meeting was held this week to reorganize the football club and These Nechaco Valley lands have sufficient moisture and are drained by the great Nechaco river 300 feel in width. While they appear level they are undulating enough to as- Sood drainage. There is good ony. Fifty settlers be the nucle- us of the colony in the early spring. After getting in their crops they will .send for their families. The journey there will be made in wagons from Ashcroft. Access to the valley will soon be simplified as the Government and the G. T. P. are co-operating m building a..'.wagon road through Northern Cariboo in order to facilitate che 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. -iw-Std St. Charles Cream Reindeer Milk Fearman's Hams and Bacons Received Today The Benttey Go. Ltd, utfbtiii well attended. The following officers woll water over the vailoy at a depth were elected: President, J. F. M'l- of 14 to 30 feet, clear as a crystal and ler. Vice President, Rev. P. Render- no son; secretary, J. R. Watt; treasur- Thp pf.a m. Vfttch that agement of "Daily Herald." DAILY HERALD NEWS AND OF- FICE O. D. AUSTIN, City; Editor. JOHN TORRANCE, Canvasser, Col- ..lector and Assistant Business Min- er, 0. Wood; captain Joe Griffiths; vice captain, W. E. Wallwin. M. team committee, ilessrs. Griffiths, E. W. Frost, 0. Moon, Joe Hinton, Gib Afoir. General committee, the cap- 'rows two feet high in Alberta with irriga- tion is above the horses' backs in Nechaco Valley, B. C., and snround is covered with this ain, vice captain, secretary, A. Wy- bunches of opiar herc and thcre It _ _ i f XN r? 'P Vi.-. m i E. Frost. W. Mofiat. The mem- bership fee was fixed at The club had a very good season last year having von the Macleod Fair cup and second in the High Kiver league championship and as there se.ems to be any amount of enthusiasm ihe coming season should be a successsul one. A wrestling match took place 6n ager. MISS GRIMM, Accountant..... JOB DEPARTMENT. The Herald Job Department is the best equipped in Southern Alberta. Ml classes of work handled expe- ditiously and satisfactorily. Walter Jordan, Manager of the Job Depart- ment. Telephone !06. j Wednesday between W. R-. Averill of Claresholm and James Duncan, of Scotland, and was won. by the former. Tonight Duncan offers to throw anv SLUMP IN BREWERY ISSUES English License Bill Causes Shrink- j age in Nominal Values of For Sale London. March has the promise of legislation worked such havoc with trade as lias the licensing bill with the brewing interests. Stocks in all the breweries, including the foremost companies went three men in Claresholm, including Averill, and Hughes offers to wrestle. any one in Alberta. Some good sport is anticipated. The Prairie Farmers Telephone Co. got connection with town yesterday have their exchange in the drug store of D. M. Ross. TRIAL BY JURY The High River Times criticises the jury that acquitted Danielson, the man charged with cleaning up a lot of money from banks along the line. of Macleod and Calgary railway. It thinks that the result in this case demonstrates several weaknesses in the operation of our criminal law. In the first place it points out that there docs not appear to be any machinery provided by the. Govern- ment for doing the necessary detec- tive work in investigating and pre- paring evidence. In the second place it considers great care should always be taken in appointing a crown prosecutor. Particularly it advocates without any mincing of wo.rd.-5 the abolition of NEWS FROM WARNER Seven Immigrant Cars Arrive in Social Events Warner, March -James Higby went to Whiskey Gap this week. Seven immigrant cars arrived this week. Wrirner is booming. is generally cleared by burning, and the ground is then ready for the first crop without plowing, as the soil is a fine silt with no more grain than flour and 40 feet in depth in most places with no or stones. Crabapples, cherries and many other fruits grow wild. Peaches and apples 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 n milder climate and as British Columbia is short on farm lands but has a great demand for the products in her many great lumber' and mining camps, whal lands there are suitable for farming and frtiit raising have always reach ed a very high figure whenever transportation has reached them. When the Grand Trunk Pacific is down on to amazingly could not be Kev. Mr. Cooper is guest of Ceo. I completed-through these lands ir H. Snapp. A dance was giver. ;u Warner Hall on ?Jonday night. A large crowd at- tended and had an enjoyable time. Mrs. P. S. LetTingweH entertained a few of the young people Thursday evening. Those in attendance report a most enjoyable time. Refreshments were served at an appropriate hour. Mr. and family arrived on trial by jury. It thinks that if Dan- from Franklin, Minn. Mr. ielson had been tried by a judge he. would have been convicted. The Times even goes so far as to say: "The system of trial by jury is effete and should be abolished. It seems impossible to get men suf- ficiently sane to try a case on the evidence and without prejudice. Had Danielson been tried by a judge there could have been no doubt as to the result. A good deal of what the Times says will be approved by the general pub- lic particularly as it is often notice- able that there is a lack of system in the ferreting ont evidence in criminal cases. The government conld very well estab- lish n detective branch in connec- tion with the Attorney General's de- partment. These detectives could be employed in gathering evidence in important criminal cases. They would be much better able to do :io than local police officers and would not be affected by local prejudices and personal considerations. Friday and Saturday rates, until they at any price. The shrinkage in the nominal val- ic of brewing properties is estimated it The-stocks in the .ending companies have fallen as much as 50 per cent., some more than ;hat, in two days. Naturally there is a panic- among the brewers, and they and the publi- cans are sending up a strong out- cry against thej bill. Many' among the laboring classes are supporting them, but thev-temperun.ee societies highly pleased with the, situation. BUYS A FIRST CLASS HYII6 BUSINESS! of Lethbridge, the following In the city comprising equipment: Two teams of first class horses and their harness Three wagons; One hay rack; One plow; One set of harness; One scraper; About 10 tons of baled hay; And 5 tons oi oats; Together with two draying licenses for the current- year. This offer good only for .1 short time. Nothing but a cash offer will be considered. For further information ap- ply to Box Herald Ofilce. "5-0 9-Roomed Fully Modern suitable for roomers. Close in For SI 000 cash, balance very easy Only hctisi? in town whore strictly white help is used. Every night f rom JOo'clock we have some specials in addition to the'usual run in the short order line. TONIGHT Roast Turkey with ripe tomatoes Tea or Coffee, 50c. Try it after the Show SHOE REPAIRING J. R. van Haarlem, Westminster Road, next -corner Helen street and i in back yard. Repairing of fine boot? j and workmen's shoes. Sewing by j j hand if required. Right prices. Or- ders promptly attended 'to. 70-6 Good serviceable meals will be given here. Ccme and give us -a trial. J. M, REDDING Cor. Smith and Red path First-class Gafc IS. TIBER mil mm ROOM Short Order Between Meals CARROLL DOYLE you'll find the braixl. Here please note a few of our prize winners, popular ap- proval the judge: Ginger ale awl beer, lemon soda, cream soda, sarsaparilta, loinon sour, iron brew, strawberry, orange and champagne cider. 14.20 the case of 24 bottles down at yonr door. LETHBRIDGE 6BEWING MALTING COMPANY, LTD. IS ON THE MARKET All Orders Strictly Attended to Cash Must be Paid on Delivery MS IStCffifT: Prep. Lethbridge Meets 1st and 3rd M o n d ays in K. of P. Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are. cordially invited. s. a. DAVIES, w.r. 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S. Nest of Owls Lethbridge Nest ot Owls, No. 159, will meets the second Thursday of each month in K. of P. Hall. G. V. STORKEY, Secretaary. C. ROSS it ATE, President; M. PRIEST. Junior Past Pres. Keef has purchased the Lind house and it will be- remodelled in a short j a fair yield- time. P. S. 'Lcffingwell went to Great Falls, Mont.., Tuesday. Claud Snapp went, to Doer Lodge, Mont., Tuesday. Ho will attend college in that city. Sixteen land men were at Hotel Warner on Saturday. F. Q. Smith v.-ill sell out his stock to Thompson Bros. Thompson mnrie a business trip to Ldhhridgc on Thursday. Nechaco Valley they will reach thei true value of fifty to one hundret dollars per acre and it would not be -surprising if they were selling at fifty dollars per acre by this time next year. The Grand Trunk Pacific peo- ple paid last year 6c per Ib. for oats in the valley and offer the same this year. The Hudson's Bay people have farmed there for 50 years and have grown fine oats and barley, SO bushels of oats per acre only being and clover do ex- ceedingly well and all vegetables. Those desiring to make quickly from twenty to thirty thousand dol- lars on a small investment in land write at once to I. B. Snell, Leth- 5YNOPSIS ORCANADIAN NORTH-j WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- ULATIONS j Any even numbered section of Do- minion hinds in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting 3 and not reserved, may be homestead- ed by any person who is the sole head of a family, or any male over 13 years of age, to the extent of one-quarter section of 160 acres more or less. j Application for entry must be made in person by the applicant at a Do- minion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency for the district in which the 'and isj situate. Kntry by proxy may. how-j .'.i-or be made nt an Agency on certain! conditions by the father, mother, daughter, brother or .sister of an in- tending homesteader. 1 TSie homesteader is required to per-; form the homestead duties under one j the following plans: j (1) At least six months' residence.! upon and cultivation of .the land in HOARD OF HEALTH The new Health Act of the province provides that the Board of Health in each municipality shall consist of the mayor, the medical health officer, the municipal engineer. and three, rate- puotuitto s.jnspmc; payers to be appointed by the council IliCI I01LBII6, I8UI-UST GIBICI ROOFING CORNICE WORK SKYLIGHTS TURN ACE WORK A SPECIALTY 111 kiBds af Hi iirf Iras fort Lodge Pride of; Alberta, -No.- 29a; SODS of [nglaod Becefit Society in the of Pythias Hull erery flmt ami third Th until uj in the month ftt 8 p.m. Viwiting brvtbrvii ulvrnj-a Walter pplc-b.r, W. T. S lloi 57. bridge, Alberta, Box 63, as these lands j oach for three years. OUR POINT OF VIEW A correspondent in a Peterboro, Ont. paper wants to know what is heaven. Well, if he lived in Alberta, he would not need to ask the ques- tion for this sunny, cheerful land is the best heaven upon oarth yet dis- covered. The Prince and Princess of Wales are to make another visit to Canada but they will not go beyond the city of Quebec. It is a pity that they can't see the West again. What a wonder- ful revelation, of development it would be to Their Highnesses. Leth bridge needs houses. Today there are fifty people at least, looking II lit 111 il M lili 1111 i I II Pigmy Stylo Dwarf Fountain Pen :i Each J NECHACO VALLEY DRAWS No other dwarf is just as j good." i USTM PBSI GURUS I Just received. See the designs shown in our win- dows, then pass them tip if yon cau. will positively be increased to the same as the other companies arc charging. The payments will bf-. per acre, first year and balance in 9 equal an- nual installments. A deposit of per acre must accompany each ap- plication. We do not expect to keep Uits opportunity open only a vf ry short time as we will only let few persons in on the ground floor. Read the following copy from the Vancou- J.W3, ver Daily Province, Feb. 19. and thrn IP. G. I. 3. SNELL Box 63, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. A homesteader may, if he so desires, perform the required resi- Imcf: duties hy living on farming land ownod solely by him, not less than fifthly (80) acres in extent, in (he vinnity of his homestead. Joint hip of land will not meet this We are not seeking new trade "Our Bestr not a CHEAP fiour. It is made from the best wheat and is of superior quality. Buyers and con- sumers appreciate this Though we charge a good price for "Our insnr- ing u fair profit, we a demand for it in excess of our capacity. This is why we have none to offer." Our Best Hour Ellison Milling Elevator Co. ltd., Rapnd and letiibridge We do not quote other mills cus- tomers or meet tluur prices. We accept such trade only when it comes to us unsolicited hill prices. LETHBRIDGE '.Obut NO. 35 C. B. P. 0. E. Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesday ,fe each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. SHAP.MAN, M. PRIEST. E. R. Secretary. rcqnirrment. (3) If the father (or mother, if the father is deceased) of a homesteader JI.IH perronnont residence on farming land owned solely by him, not less than eighty in extent, in thrr vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered for by him in i the vidnity, such homesteader may] perform his own residence; duties bv) j living wiih the father (or i M) The term "vicinity" in the two! preceding paragraphs is denned as i' j Twenty-Two Thousand Acres Have Been Sold in the Middle States MANY AMERICAN SETTLE j mcaninp not m orb than nine miles in I n direct line, exclusive of the width of road allowances crosseO in the inoAsureitte.nl. A homesteader intending to perform Ms residence duties in ac- cordance with the above vrhile living with parents or on farming land own- ed by himself nuist notify thn Agent for the district of such intention. Six months" notice in writing must be to the Commissioner of Do- GERMAN LUTHERAN COLONY 8ig Trek m Northern Cariboo Will Begin Early in May Nechaco Valley in the Cariboo dis- trict, which will be traversed by the Grflnd Trunk Pacific railway, will be the objective this spring of hundreds of settlers from the middle stnloa. Twenty-two thousand acres o! land flttHitflittMltllfff there have Iretdy been disposed of. Without a hitch and without a flaw On the 30th 111 make the draw H. HAYR, of the Hayr Transfer, begs to announce that on the 30th day of March the draw will take place to decide the winner of the magnificent Eldridge Sewing Machine Will those who have not yet put their stubs in the ballot box in the Post Office do so at once. You have still time to get in. and a one ton order you to a chance. H. HAYR Phone ISO lo th Co.. Lethbridge Box 2? Lodge No. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall evevy. BCC- and and fourth Mondays jn month. Employers requiring certificated en- gineers, and out of employ- ment, would do well to communicate with us. ROBERT KEVIN. Chief, GEO. BRUCE, Secretary, 9 minion Lands, at Ottawa, of intention; to npply for potent. J W. CORY, Deputy of the Minister of the t Interior, publication of this jidvertisomani not be for. COAL delivered to all parts of the city for So per ton. Cash must accompany order. _ _ Of all kinds done on short Ij j[ I HI notice. Ask for our prices be- _____ fore leaytng orders elsewhere wtiitm HKIMX I TMWfH U. Iffict ippKfct liiMni Ntof HANDFOMD The HeriU Job for Printing ;