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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ALilUTA lATUHOAf. UAAOM U, Ull Daily Herald Primed _bythe Daily Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at iti office, Round St., Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Manaimf Di- rector arid' Editor Subscription Daily, one viionth, delivered, 2.00 Daily, three 1.00 Dailv one month, delivered .35 The propoed method would mean that each member of the council would be elected individually by tho elec- torate of the whole city; tion of the bill. '-The bill cornea into effect, January While the height of the building has been fixed at 30 feet yet there is j no limit- fixed to the height of a der- with! rick or any other, contraption used for building purposes. Discussion on [the latter remarks is.invied from-the When Is a leader -not a leader? carpenters, bricklayers and masons, When his name is A. J. Robertson. others interested. It seems to_ me ithai if a man were lo fall any dis- -OUR POINT OF VIEW A. J. Robertson is a leader bluster and without ballast. Lethbridge 'will grow if'we provide tarice from a derrick or other eontriv- ouses for people- to live in. for building purposes and injured himself he" would be entitled The suponissessment ou jnside pro- to compensation. In the meantime, Daily, one by mail 3.00 Daily, sixVmpiiths, by mail 1.75 Daily, three months, by mail .85 Weekly Herald, one year 1.50 Addresses changed as often as isireu; but uuitV new and old address must be given. Subscribers please remit with .-..order, which should be given for a term. Remit by Fxpress Order, P.O. Order, and Jjink Money Order.' may be sent direct or through any newsdealer. Addrc-ss commun- ications to THE LETHB1UDG1-: HERALD, Lethbridge, Alberta, Ca- nada. 1.1 our friends who favor us -with man- uscript' for publication wish to have rejected Articles returned must in all cases send stamps lor that purpose. .-NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers who.fail to receive the Daily Herald will please notify the business ofiice, 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 G 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 and want advertisements up to 2.00 p. m'. ADVERTISING RATES Want cent a word eacli insertion. No advertise- ment for less than -25c. Six con- secutive insertions for price of four. Initial letters, abbreviations, aad "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 Rate card at "Daily Herald" Of- fice. cents per count liue; dis cuuut to Tegular advertisers. Subject to advertise meats subject to approval of man agement of "Daily Herald." J. L1C OUIJvi w perty should be put up so high that here's to tbe representatives from the the owners, of vacant lots would eith-: agricultural men and the strong pres- er forced to build houses or sell tho: sure frou the Trades Unions for the land nt a reasonable figure to peo-! amendment. L I. Sid, i Finer if My a it Tiae pie'who would do-so. .1 A recent meeting of the United Hoot, the -Conservative emulate m of Amorka to ee Red ixjcr. belittled the French treaty, a M; action-beeauM of negotiated by members of the Liberal i i J -the failure of the operators and nun- government'at Ottawa and yet only compotUivc field five of Mr. 13orden s followers oppoft. ,to ft conterencc ed it, when the vote took place. -Mr-. fix thc scale in place o{ lhc pres. Root .seems to .be out of touch ono Apnl m. The Conservative se.Uiment too. seale for thc varjous bituminous fields of athe United States and Can The issues of tho New Brunswick; adft flrfc based upou the scale fixed upcrs just to hand make as tunus- UK reading us -Puck or Punch, They g yf fndiamv and ell of the coming sweeping victory ;Wcstem penn3ylvania. The failure Premier Robinson and the over-j w agfce upcm a joim meeting to fix defeat of J. D, Ilazen. scalc has caused president Jonn prophets, o'ur X. B. contemporaries Mitchell lo Cilll a natioual meeting .re in the ma" class. Qf the miners. indications are that four propositions will be considered DAILY HERALD NEWS AND OF F1CE O. D. AUSTIN, City Editor. JOHN TORRANCE, Canvasser, Col .lector and Assistant Business Man ager. MISS GRIMM, Accountant. JOB DEPARTMENT. The Herald Job Department is" th juipped in Southern Alberta relephone 106. THE OPPOSITION LEADER Leader Robertson, of the Oppos tion, is ii cheap kind of a statesman With a great flare of trumpets h .declared the "government was tryin to rush through an Act in the dyinj days'of. the session. The govern ment yielded to his request that th session continued in order tha the Act might be thoroughly consid cred and discussed. What docs Mr. Robertson do then .He goes to "the Treasury' Department gets his salary and takes a train fo Ms home at Xanton and remain there, leaving his follower. Hiebert of Rosebud, to "thoroughly conside and discuss" this act that Mr. Rob- ertson made such a fuss about. Mr. Robertson is not even fitte -for lender in a Mock Parliament. u l i Tooke's Shirts New Spring Patterns Placet! in Stock TepjYearly fayvots rtmtisj.'. Mr. Snell returned from amus. ui the Central competitive field, con- T sisting of Illinois, andJBrlllsh Cblumbu.. w .ere he has been nvestigating Nccluco Valley land nd obuiningivaAuable data couct'rn- ng same and is-ctpvinced that rise n price on these lands will be even The World of Labor Contributed by Labor Man bv the convention. The Trades and Labor Congress of XI Canada, the "legislative mouthpiece of trades unions affiliated to it, made its annual visit to the prime minister ,J. {and minister of labor a week or ago. deputation included the presi- Alphonse Vervilla, M. P., vice Xow that there is a local of the'president, James Simpson; secretary Brotherhood of Painters, '.Decorators Draper and J. G. O'Donaghue, md Paperhangers of America, it will; counsel. The following requests were i j i __ it_ i bi of to them to know brotherhood founded in 1SS7J 1. Passing of a -workmans compen- vith 13 local unions and 300 members. Today it includes local unions with 13 and 200 members. L wife funeral benefit of from to ..150; members funeral and total dis- ...bility benefits to ihese benefits has been cx- jended in the past four years, 300 since organization, and an equal' imount has been paid out by the lo- cala "unions; for sick -benefits; las been donated for assistance dur- sation act for the Dominion to apply to railway companies holding a. Fed- eral charter. 2. Increase letter carriers' rate o: wages. inspection of the running gear on vessels for the pro tection of .longshoremen. 4. That the government should en dorse and carry through Verville's bill before Parliament providin for an eight hour-day on ing strikes. That is a record which j works. my organization ought to be: proud. 5. The appointment of a commissio Success, to our young local! technical education. The retail clerks (ladies included) re invited''to: meet.'organizer Harold tn the Labor Temple on Monday; The Bentiey Co, Ltd, IMestte Hi letiii i innitttE t 9-Roomcd Fully Modern suitable for roomers. Close in For 11000 cash, balance very easy xccoccoocoooococooooooocoec'Oiaooooo Alberta Realty Co W PLANING MILL PROFESSIONAL CARDS W.S.GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. McGili Aecouchtr Uedpath 8t. 'Thone-53 -7-8-p.m. iveaing at 8 o'clock -with the object of lorming of the .Retail Clerks' Protective. Association. You; can salesman, '-or 6." That the .public the Do- minion should be reserved for bona settlers. 7. That Monk's bill to assist the -inln. -.vQti___ajea______________ he retail trade, ;the liquor .rade, jewelry, dry goods, clothing, furniture hardware .or.in similar-capacities and occupations. :.There are many, bsn- jfits. Paynient during sickness to -nembers of -12_montlis standing of ;5 per week for twelve weeks in each a payment at organization .of co-operative societies be carried through Parliament and apply to co-operativo trading anad reater than has taken place in Southern Alberta! where irrigated ands' have increiseil in a few years rom to? {acre. These Nechaco-Valley lands have sufficient moisture and nre drained by the greaLJfechaco river 300 feei width. While they appear level they are. .undulating enough to as- sure good drainage. There is good well water over the valley at a depth of H to-30 feet, dear-as a crystal'and1 no alkali. The pea vine or vetch that grows two feet high in Alberta with irriga- tion is above the horses' backs in B. C., and the ground is covered with this and bunches of poplar here and there. It is. generally cleared by burning, and the ground is then ready for the first crop plow ing, as the soil .is a fine ailt-with-no m ore grain than Hour in depth in -most places with no sand, gravel or stones. cherries a_nd many other fruitsrgrow wild. -Peaches and apples cultivated .enroute between Ash- and'the-Nechaco. The Nechaco river abounds in sal- I The Shoes I You buy from F GEK- buy MAN give SATISFACTION because 1. He is a practical man 2. He knows whata'shoe. ought to be made of 3. He knows how a shoe ought to be made j DPS. McCLURE Sur goon Dentists. Office Hours: 9a.m. to 12 n.; I p.m. to 5p.m. DR. C. C. CRAGG Physician and Surgeon. Office over'Higinbotham's Drug Store Phone Office 125. House Office to 11 a.m., to p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. DR. 0. J. COURTICE Dentist Graduate of Northwestern Univer- sity, III. to 12; 1 to 5. Whitney Block Redpath Street I Office, Yards and Factory: ri imm mm Telephone 153 F.GERMAN 8 The SKceman HAMILTON YOUNG Engineers and Surveyors Room Block. C.F.P.Conybeare, K.C., D.C.L., B. Morton B. C. CONYBEARE JONES liarristors, 'Solicitois, Etc. Ofiice: Conybeare Block. Lethbridge, Aita. 22-1 yr. year. Jeath 9. Amendment to the" Lemieux act in the drug, to prevent the importation'of strike breakers whilst investigations under this law are going on. 10. Abolition of immigration bon- uses. 11. Exclusion of Hindu labor. The above was a very nice program of measures for the benefiting of not only organized labor, but also for every citizen in Canada.' In dealing Then there Is, to members of continuous standing of from to Retail sales ladies are eligigle ,toV member- and receive the same- benefits is ..There are .thou- sand ladies in its membership of over is to, be .hoped. that every clerk-.will .Monday evening they .wish to ind join be there, whether or not. The effort being put forth by J. S Duff, M. P.-P., in the Ontario" LegL lature .to amend the Municipal Ac so as to provide for the election c councillors individually is attractin wideapead attention and commenda out in the city of Lethbridge it would mean that the three aldermen elected each year would be elected individual- ly as first, second and third'aldermen and not collectively as at present. As it is now, if the people have reasons for opposing the re-election of any one member of the council, the other two aldermen have to undergo expense and trouble of another election although the people are anx- ious to retain their services. Every membor oi thc council should- not thus be forced to answer for the sins of one or more of the other members. Every man should be elected by him self and on his own merits. It often happens that in-their ef i to1 defeat an .undesirable ca'ndi date the electors "plump" for an- other and by so1 doing cause the de- feat of a very desirable candidate. If every alderman felt that faithful ser- vice would win election by acclam- ation, more good men, are A ing to serve the city bnt object to the turmoil, bitternessv of an election, would serve on our coun- cils.' The; proposed system would do with clique rule and prevent the introduction.of party politics into municipal affaire, as is so common in the older provinces. This is not the ward syatem which is even_more iniquitous than "that now in use, 'for it tends lo narrow- ness of policy and makes sectional feelings with resulting jealousies. The Provincial Government made some very important amendments to the Compensation Act. The height of buildings to which the.act applies is reduced.from 40 to 30 feet. The clause which formerly provided that where injury is attributable to serious :ml wilful misconduct -of the work- men, compensation is only to be paid in case of death, is amended by making it included "death or total disability." In the schedule of the of compensation the is raised from fifteen hun- to eighteen hundred dollars. I .Vhere no dependants are left the burial fund is raised to The average weekly payment is.increased to A new clause was inserted 3xempting fanners wholly from-opera- Newsstand .Lloyd's Peoples Weekly Dispatch News of World People's Journal Glasgow Herald Saturday Night New York World New York American I SK DL52L329 MimnmiiiiiiiH- mon sturgeon and' trout. Wild geese, For mixed farming and fruit-it is I X with the last item, 'Mr. Lemieux stat- ed that'the Japanese immigration question was already settled, and measures had been taken which would- result in preventing any -recur- rence of the -Hindu -invasion of last year. Consideration was promised to all the other questions-presented by the delegation. Try a bag of Pride of Alberta or Mother's Favorite. 'There's a reason. From Toronto comes the news that negotiations are in progress to set- tle the strike of the.machinists which has lasted in a number of shops since. last June over a dispute regarding I unexcelled. nearer the coast than Alberta it has a 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, what lands there are suitable farming and fruit raising have always reach- ed a very high figure whenever transportation has reached jlhTm." When the Grand 'Trunk Pacific is completed through lands in Nechttco Valley reach their true value of fifty hundred dollars per acre ami it-would not be surprising if they-were selling at fifty dollars per acre br this-time next year. The Grand Trunk Pacific peo- ple paid last year Gc per Ib. for oats in thp valley and offer-the same this year. The Hudson's -Bay people have farmed there for.50 years and W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. -Cilice: Southard iMoney to Lend on Town and Farm Property. Pioneer Coal -IS MARKET, ,All Strictly ,'Attended-to ,-.0 OuhMtutbe Paid Ddntry '--y UUBTI rTw, >Meets. 31 o n d in.K.of P. Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. 244y T.- B. C.: MOORE Funeral Director and Embalmer to Presbyterian .Church. Office-Phone Residence 136. s Lilt 11 il McKENZIE ff ROY Redpath'St., Lethbridpe, AJta. Phone 204 have grown fine oats barley, 80 bushels of oats par "acre, only being e fair yield. Wheat and clover do ex- ceedingly well and all'vegetables. L. M. "JOHNSTONE Barrister and Solicitor -Office adjoining Union '.pthhridee Bank. 23-lyr F: B. ROLFSON Room 9 Whitney .--Block. 39-0 MUSIC x MISS L. HOLLAND Pupil of, Stratford Dawson, of Mont- real, wishes a-limited mnnter ol stu- dents for Piano Study. Leschetizky "teacher) method moderate. Adress 810 Ford St. Phono 247. 'hours. FROG'S CURIOUS HOME One Grew Up in Fox-Terrieri1 Stom- ach New York, March Herald has received the following despatch from Here is a real, gilt- edged dog story "that is worth telling, becauasc it possesses merit of being purely English. It j.s exciting nearly the whole of the neighboring county of Essex. In Wedlam there lives a fox- terrier which of late has been very ill. He appeared to havea been poisoned! Those desiring to .make -quickly jfrom twenty to thirty; .thousand dol- tlars on a small investment in land I write at once to I. Leth- bridge, Alberta, Box 63, as these, lands will positively be increased .to the same as'the are charging. The payments villlbe per- acre, first year and balancerin 9 equal nual installments. .A. deposit'of per acre must accompany, each" plication. WeMo to keep1 this opportunity open only. a very- short time as we will only. let a few persons in on the ground floor. Read the following copy from "the Vancou OUR BEST" FLOUR For the problem of flour buying we -Can readily .furnish the key. v It isn't the brand, But And this brand marks >See? Raymoad WINTER AND SPRING WHEAT Nest ofJ Owls Lethbndge oi swill meets the second each month1 in K. of P.'Hall. G. V. STORKEY, Secretary. C.iROSS TATE, -President. T.: Junior' Paat'Pres. Lodge Pride of in of j-thia. Hall ind third iu lh. month at 8 p.m. nlwaj. one. j Box 57. LETHBRIDGE-i.< ,C. P. O..' E.' Meets 2nd -and '4th Tuesday ,f -eaih month at 8.15 p.m. A. SHARMAN, "t.'' Jv. No medicines availed to make him cock his tail again. At last the vet-, erinnry in attendance having tried allj the remedies, advised that there was' p- nothing left but despmte measures, and the dog was given a powerful meiic. Thft cause of the ailment then appeared in the shape of a frog. Of course, no terrier could or would swallow alive a grown frog. The only ver Daily Feb. .19, 1908, and then I- B. SNELL O. Box COAL delivered -to "all -parts- of the city -for ton. .Cash must accompany 85 "order. DHAYING Of all kinds done.on "short notice. Ask for our prices be- fore leaving orders elsewhere ITNffBa, OCcea Lodgt NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION -OF "-v INEIRS Meet in the' Labor Halj eve.y 8ec- and and fourth.Mfondays in month." certrflcated en- gineers, and out'vof employ. ment, would do well to communicate with ua. -ROBERT Chief. 44-ljml.w possible: explanation is that he must have absorbed a baby frog in a drink of water, and the infant aeems to have settled down to make the best of a bad business till .releasacd by veterinary aid. A NEW MINE SHIPPING March 13.-The Maple Leaf mine, three miles east of Frank made iU first shipment of coal Friday of last week. The shipment consisted of six cars of high grade coal which to the home the Maple Leaf company. Manager E. Dempsie expects that will continue from this time on. 83, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada; NECHACO VALLEY DftAWS MANY AMERICAN.tETTLERS Of this quantity eight thousand acres, have been secured by German Luth- I cratts of Wisconsin who intend to es- tablish a colonV. valley is situ- Twenty-Two Thousand Been Sold in tto Middle GERMAN LUTHERAN COLONY Big Trek in Northern" Early in 'May Will Nechaco Valley in the Cariboo dis- trict, which will be traversed by the Grand Trunk Pacific will-be a ted- about 320 croft. miles iiorth of Ash- News of the trek was given out .today by a banker who re- turned from the.eastla few days ago. He visited the NVchaco" Valley and acquired; a tract land there. 'At 100 settlers with their ramiiies from the-middle state will locate in the valley in said he to The majority of them have bought farms averaging 240 at rate jf .J12 Their representatives in stances already visited the val per acre, n- ine objective this spring of hundreds favorably on its of settlers from the middle states. i have Iready roots and- raiscd can of. I will Uc a cash market for pro- land. ducts owing to the early construction of the. Grand Trunk Pacific Railway. "As the demand for land still con-, tinucs the, initial influx will be large-J ly increased during the nioiitha.-. Attract of land comprising acres.. has bc-ean acquired by German Lutherans of: Hinnetota. They intend to.establish a model col-! ony. Fifty settlers will node-' us of thc colony in the early spring. After getting in their' send for, their families, there will be made in Ashcroft. Access to' the'valley will' soon be simplified as the Government and the G. T. P. co-opvratins in' building a wagon road. through Northern Cariboo in order to facility the bringing in of Thc "Nechaco Vailey can easily sup-r port a large population as con- taina acrei of daw farm The journey wafona from HANDFORD ;