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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 LETH BRIDGE, ALB E R T A T.U E S D A Y A R C H I 0 7' 908. Daily Herald with ull JLhe conditions surrounding it. A man .with that characteristic is wanted us Judge Killam's success- or. The imm with the judicial mind is not the greatest necessity. It is I he man who is clear headed enough to acquaint himself the position Printed by the Daily Herald Printing (of the pooplo towards ttu- railroads Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at railroads toward the people. so as to treat both the people and its office, Round St., Lcthbridge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Di- rector and Editor. Subtcription Daily, one year, delivered Daily, six month, delivered, Daily, three months, delivered. Daily, one month, delivered Daily, one year, by mail Daily, six months, by mail Daily, three months, by mail '.Veekly Herald, one year Address changed as often sired; but both new and old address must be given. Subscribers will please remit with i should be given for a Remit 2.00 1.00 .35 3.00 1.75 .85 1.50 s de- STIRLING'EVENTS- Natural Spackman's Prize Arrives March evening lust the gave a lU'ieu Orchestra ball in the uwolinK house which was the host attended dance since the Christmas holidays. The music was murl: the corporation iairly and prevent oncroachment of the corporate j Mrs. Louis L'eterson ffavv upon public rights, that is wanted, u fine girl on th, 4th inst. The Chief .Justice fits into that niche and .daughter are doing quite birth to Mother NECHACO VAL- LEY LANDS IN B.C. CAR OF 5 Roses As a judge has bc-en u striking success and as a railway commission- er, we have every faith that he would bo one of the best servaats Canada ever had in that capacity. On the 5th returned from them States. inst. Mr. Leu a mission to the Sou- lle has absent something two years. OUR POINT OF VIEW Collier's Weokly adorns one of its with a photo of a Hock hen. Underneath it The gen- tlwnan looks well, Ms well, i talks well. Some of the tales ho; tells of lift? in the backwoods of the south are very urnusing but not in- j tended to create an appetite for the chickens that the coons so nvquontty come honestly by, E. SirU, i RcjNrtteiUiyc Farmer of Afcerta, is Ofcriif Fif Oily i Sfcort 9-Roomed Fully Modern Houses suitable for roomers.. Closeiji For SI000 cash, balance very easy Order, P.O. Order, and bank Mones- Order. Jrders may be sent direct or through any newsdealer. Address commun- ications to THE LETHB1UDGK HERALD, U'thbridge, Alberto, Ca- nada. II our friends who favor MA with man- at once cat-1 zens for their own lives and for their goods, how much greater should be trict, if you're bad its from Medicine Hat or Edmonton you come. And that has no reference to 'where you sleep and eat. AFRAID OF MOB VIOLENCE Denver, Colo., March ing the presence.of a large crowd at the opening of the trial today of Guieseppe Alio, the Syrian who in cold blood murdered Father Leo Hcinrichs, of St. Elizabeth's church while he was giving the sacrament on Sunday, February 23rd, Sheriff Alexander Nisbet has stationed de- puties along the walks and entrances leading to the jail, to the court room, and also in the court house itself. This precaution was taken to frus- although the authorities do not look for anv real outbreak of this kind. unexcelled. Being nearer the coast than Alberta it has a milder climate land as British Columbia is short on Quite a crowd turned out to wit-1 farm lands but has a great demand: ness the return match between Hay--for the products in her many great mond and Stirling football clubs. iumber and mining camps, what The Stirling boys were accompanied lhere dre suitable for fanning by many friends. A Tine game was played at Victoria Park, resulting in and fruit raising have always reach- win Raymond. 2 to 0. ed a very high figure whenever Bob Allen came in to play for transportation has reached them. j mond. Three of the members, liert j the Grand Trunk Pacific is Grand, and C. Zorn, having leftr completed through these lands .in during the week for their homesteads Xechaco Valley they will reach their of fifty to one hundred on the Milk River. Mr. T. Could and Tom Allen visit- ed here for a few days on business nnd were guests of Mr. Kenny. true value dollars per acre and it.would not be surprising if they were selling at First-class Cafe Ml HOTEL DIKING ROOM Short Order Between Meals OARKOLL DOYLE Meets 1st and 3rd Mond ays in K. of P. Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. G. DAVIES, W.P. 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S. Lethbridge Nest of Owls Lethbridge Nest of Owls, No. 159, will meets the eecond Thursday of each nonth.in. K. of P. Hall. G...V.. STORKEY. Secretary. C. ROSS TATE, President. M. PRIEST. Junior Past Pres. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. SODS of England Benefit Society Met-t in the'Knightw' of Fyrhian every third Thursday in the month at 8 p.m. brethren nlwayi-wv) come. Walter A ppleby, Fred T. Robinn, Sft. Box 57. 9-1, fifty dollars per acre by this time next} Jlrs. K. Bullock, of Taher, is j year. The Grand Trunk Pacific peo- paying a visit to her father, Mr. 'E. j pie paid last year 6c per Ib. for oats the care exercised in the caring tor the lives of the children. The possibility of fire in schools is not as great as other buildings, especially if the building is not heat- ed by furnaces. Rut the floors, par- titions and stairways should be built as to resist flumes should they occur in any of the departments. It will cost more money of course, but ten per cent of an increase of cost is a small amount to pay for the safety of thr- pupils. I. O. F. TO RAISE RATES Toronto, March is said that the Supreme Court I. 0. F. at their meeting June next will raise and re- arrange assessments of those who D. Fulmer. Alfred Darby, Spring Coulee, staying the week end. Mrs. Alakavish nnd have reiurnMl from in the valley'and offer the same this year. The Hudson's Bay people have farmed there for 50 years and her daughter j have grown fine oats and barley, 80 their three-! bushels of oats acre only being months' visit to the Old Country. (a fair yield. 'Wheat and clover do ex- Mr, and Mrs. King came in on Sat-1 ceedingly well and all vegetables. urday for Sunday from their ranch; Those desiring to make quickly near Lcthbridge. I from twenty .to thirty thousand dol- Mr. Hoy Fairbanks and Mr. Rolf- ]ai> on a'small investment iu JRnd son have come in today. write at once to T. B. Snell, Leth- understand Mr. Card of the bridge. Alberta, Box 63. as lands Raymond Hotel has taken over the i positively.be increased to 112 draying from Mr. Zufelt. the snme as the other companies are The Rev. J. Cameron, M..A., has charging. quite recently} recovered from his rc-j paj-mcnts will be per acre, cent indisposition and was able yftar and jn 9 cqunl an- conduct the service in the Trcsbyter- jojnert the order previous to 18DO. I ian Church last evening. ii Pipy Stylo i; THE MAN FOR THE JOB The name of Hon. Arthur L. Sifton Chief Justice of -the Supreme Court of Alberta, has been put forward for the position of chairman of the Rail- way Commission in succession to the laic Judge Killtun. The JTrrald holds up both hands in favor of the Justice. We do not believe a man better fitted for the position rould be found in all Canada, if. he does not get the chairmanship he shouM surely Iw made assistant commission- er, a 'position recently created. Chief Justice SJfton, during his career on the bench, has impressed laymen and professional men alike, with his ab- solute fairness, his honesty and j sound common sense- His insight into nil questions is marvellous. As chairman of thu Coal Commission! lost year, he displayed a knowledge of coal mining that was surprising but a close study of Mr. Sifton as a judge pnms that he never sits on a] until he familiarize? himself! Dwarf Fountain Pen Each No other dwarf is4'jnst as good." m CURDS i -Just received. Sec xhe designs shown in our win- dows, then pass them up if you can. HAD A GAY TIME Members of the Legislature Celebrat- ed at the Close of Session Kdmonlon, Munch its nual installments. A deposit of por acre must accompany each ap- plication. We do not expect to keep this opportunity open only a very !short as we will only let a.few persons in on the ground floor. Read the following copy from the Vancou- ver Daily Feb. 10, 1908, There is .Strength for your body in Alberta's Pride physician will tell you so. Not only a refreshing but an invig- orating Brewed from the finest mult and hops and the purest of waters, our beer cannot be any price. One glass will convince you. SHOE REPAIRING J. R. van Haarlem, Westminste Road, next corner Helen street in back yard. Repairing of fine boot? and workmen's shoes. Sewing by hand if required. Right prices. Or- promptly attended to. 70-G MALTING COMPANY, LTD. M BR1CI ByilHIE, IQST1-EIST PSES8YTEIUI CRUICI ROOFING CORNICE WORK SKYLIGHTS FURNACE WORK A SPECIALTY III kitis of Tie id Irw fork LETHBRIDGE LOUut NO. 36, C. B. P. O. E Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesday 'if each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. SHARMAN. M. PRIEST. E. R. Secretary. port of tho closing proceedings of the and then I. B. SNELL i i M i i 11 n 111111 n i y Legislature, the Bulletin had the fol- j lowing: At the close of proceedings j the traditional destruction of the old P- 0. Box 63, Lethbridge, Alberta, bills and the. casting away of ses- r Canada. sional rares and differences was cbrated. and most of the members in] NECHACO VALLEY DRAWS yesterday took part. One MANY AMERICAN SETTLERS genial and dignifiod momlHrr of the government WAS seen to take roguish Twenty-Two Thousand Acres Have aim at Mr. Hioberfs fedora head- Bfcen .fl the gear, and it is on that he hit it. The members for Koscburl, V'cgre- villc and Wore each s. lively r-tonn baskets, bills and final- ly overshoes being scut Hying pro- miscuously about the Legislative j Hall in proximity to tho members' hcnds. Peace River and Pincbcr Creek were capably represent cd in the melee, Mr, Marcellns tak- ing stoolthy aim with the adroitness J ?acific railway> WlU be of a Blackfoot chief speeding an ar- {the objective this spring of hundreds row. The absence of the energetic 1 of settlers from the middle states, member for Fort Saskatchewan Twenty-two thousand acres of lano' felt when the merry contest wanod'tfcere have keady been disposed of. qilicklv i Of thU quantity eight thousand acres States GERMAN LUTHERAN COLONY We are not seeking, new trade U0nr Best" is not a CHEAP flour. It is made from, the best wheat and is of superior quality. Bnyers and con- sumers appreciate this Though we charge a good price for "Our insur- ing a foir profit, TVC have a demand for it in excess of onr capacity. This is why we have none to olTcr." Our Best Hour Van In. IK.. lipH at other mill3 cus- tomers or meet their prices. We accept such trade only when to us un soli cited at full prices. Lodge No. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall eveVy sec- and and fourth Mondays in month. Employers requiring certificated en- gineers, and engineers out of employ- ment, would do well to communicate with us. ROBERT NEVIN. Chief. QEO. BRUCE, Secretary. 44-ljTd-w Photos Big Trek in Northern Cariboo Begin Early in May Will Nechaco Valley in the. Cariboo di> trict, which will be traversed by the "delivered to all parts of the city for 85 per ton. Cash must accompany order. DRAYING Of all kinds done on short notice. Ask for our prices be- fore leaving orders elsewhere IlliWItf I THIfffl Cfi. ITTta Phones: Office 63 Sublei liM MH HANDFORD Thi Herald Job Department for Printing; ;