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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ALB CRT A MONDAY, M A ROM H .4 lttvl. HeroM miscellaneous that? Onily Herald Printing Ltd., ei'ery lawful evening at iU ottce, Eound St., Uthbridite, Alberta; Canada.'- W: JA. BUCHANAN, Managing Di- rector and Edetar. ftubacripiiWt RatM Daily, one year, delivered...... M.M air- uwnthl .delivered, 2JI Daily, three months, delivered.. Daily, one month, delivered Daily, one by mail 3.H Daily, aix months, by 1.71 Daily, three month's, by mail M Weekly' Herald, one year...... IM Addreaec-i changed as often aa de- sired; but both'riew "and'old address uiuat be given. will please remit with should be given lor a specified tenli. Remit by Express Order, P.O. Order, and Bink Money kders may be sent direct or through any newsdealer. Address commun- ications to THE LETHBR1DGE HERALD, Lethbridgo, Alberta, Ca- uada. [f our friends who favor us with man- utcript -for publication wieh to have rejected articles returned tliey must in all cases send stamps for that purpose: NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. own friends. Subscribers who fai) to receive, the Daily Herald will please notify the by phone or other- wise, the earliest possible mo- ment, .so that prompt delivery may be ensured. To ensure change of contract adver- tisement iri the Daily Herald, copy h. trap" be seat in not later than 6 o'clock p; m. of the evening before Transient" display ad- j vertisements will be received up to 10 o'clock a. m. of the day of pub- lication, and want advertisements up to 2.00 pi m. ADVERTISING RATES Want Advtrtttmtnti-One cent a word each insertion. No" advertise-' ...meat-for less than 25c. Six con- insertions for price of four. Initial letters, abbreviations, and "c" marks; each figure and words count as full words. When replica are to be "forwarded iend lOc. extra io cover postage. Terma cash. Births, Marrlagti, and cents every inwrtlbnl' Contract Display Rate-card at "Daily Herald" Of- ficer- cents per count line; dis- to regular advertisers." Subject to ments subject to approval of man- of "Daily 'Herald." tor the' to Jamaica? "Mr. for the West India Islands, trip, and also the Washington trip, The expanses of the trip to luis year arc also'charged to commercial ag- encies; "Mr. is uot the InVcntion of that vote is it? "Mr. intention of the vote was never thoroughly carried out ihougu it is ai present. But as we hud not a surplus in the strict- ly proper appropriation, I ilioug lit ju-st as well to take the mowy 'out of. that vote. "Mr. notice that while the expenses-..of the Finance ;Mmisier to Washington are charged .commercial.agencies, -those oi Sir Charles Tupiwr arc charged to air, ftUendaiiee, good refresh- ments well served, and a very oyablc- time for all nho attended." The laiV of numbers is accounted for by the 'wind and rain last r- 4 fvl llIIlg UIIH.ll who 'had' bought tickets from attend- Mr. U. S. I'Jeach, head of the fire laddies, reports as satisfactory. charges. How is NECHACO YAL HATS WB.C. "Mr. It really makes very. little dilTcroiice, I .suppose, to what they are charged, as they all come out of the same What u humiliating-' position for Mr. Foster to tx> placed -in ami as he would, he couldn't get out of it. He may now become a strong advocate of the abolition of Hansard, for it certainly has made him the laughing stock of even his The entire dcoatf OD this matter ought to satisfy the" of Cana- da that the charges' the" Conserva- .Mr. U. C a Id well and wife re- turncil yesterday from- un extended trip to Utah, Idaho and California poinU. Humor saj s thnt he is con- templating u removal to .sonic point visited on this trip, and 'that the Grindiey country California may be the choice. Messrs. Thos. A damson and Eras- tus" Lecshman came in from the south on yesterday's train. Cache Valley, in Utah, was their Mecca this time. Mr. and Mrs. U'm. went to thit Garden yesterday They will-spend; a fevr days with Mi-, aiul Mrs. K. W. Jacobs. It is sulfi 1 that Mr. Ducc hns in view the ar- ranging for his sons' education at that point when our friends get their agricultural college going down there Curdston's citizens.'are- unanimous to sou it ut ihat point. B. Fanser AaWrta, U OiTeriaf CAPS For Spfjhg Fir a Sfcort Time per Acre Nechaco Vai- Yearly Payments Latest English and American I shapes just placed in stock The IfTMMfi lives have been hurling' at the "Libir- j -yr K Wm ..Mr.-Shell has just returned from Mr. Amscough arrived ycster- British Columbia whore he has been investigating Nechaco Valley land and obtaining valuable data concern- ing same and is convinced that rise in price on these hinds will be even greater than', has taken pluce in day jrorn Spokane, Wash., whither he-wont-to attend the last sad rites for his daughter, Mrs. Mandle, who died in the hospital us reported in our jujws items a few days back. als are of the flimsiest' character. They are at all but mere escortiug a number uf prospective buyers about Southern Alberta irrigated ihc country the last two days, reported as yet. OUR PO1MTOF VIEW1 Jos. Fiske's example' should- be followed by other citizens. "At least" fifty houses-'are needed right- away to meet the demand. .Lethbridgc ought to adopt Spo- kane's idea of a clean-up day; We neeti it badly enough. The Thaws can't keep out oi the lime-light. If it isn't a "murder trial it is Probably' when -they are dead and buried' there will be a grave robbery. DAILY HERALD NEWS AND OF- FICE O. D. AUSTIN, Editor. JOHN -Cfl-j lector and Assistant Business Man- j Tabor' is clamoring for telephone construction and rightly too. -.-It .will not he long however until the 13 system falls into the hands of the Alberta government and1 then-it is certain the line will be extended fron Lcthbridgc to Tabcr and likely right on to Medicine Hat. RAYMOND NEWS '.March Stuart hinds have increased in a few years from to per acre. Those Nechaco Valley lands have sufficient moisture find arc drained came in today from Helena, Montana by the great Xechacn rivjr 300 feet, n search 'of', land. in they appear level they .tie undulating enough to as There is good A party of immigraius have arriv- al from North Dakota. Mr. Cooper left this morning eood drainage, us homestead. 1 water over .the valley at a depth Last evening a surprise party vis- 'of H to 30 feet.'clrar as a crystal anc itcd Ilishop Andorfjoa, when hc was no presented with a musical case. Re- freshments were'served during tlurev- en ing. 9-Rwmcd Fully Modern Houses iuiuble for in For 11000 cash, bttkuce very PROFESSIONAL CARDS fffgj Tbi Lethbridge Auction Mart, Numbers of people a_re tak- ing advantage of our offer to take second hand ture in part payment on new Why don't -may send your old furniture here find purchase'new "else- where, -that cuts, no' figure with us. Our aim is to oblige the public. m A 1 Waddoigton Gibbon TELEPHONE W.8.GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. McQiU Physician; Surfoon Office 914 Redpath St. 'Phone 53 p.m. BE NOT DECEIVED that that pure and pro- perly, bridge wholesome And 'in-; pvigbrating ibererige-yom drink, v Every "'one enjoys a ot Pride with their metis" or when they tired or K- DRS-'McCLURE A STEWART, 'Sur- geon Dentists. Office Hours-: 9 a.nir to 12n.; 1 p.m.' to 5p.m. 5 HAMILTON i YOUNG Surveyors RooW Black. K.C.. O.C.L., B. Morton-Jonot, B. C U JONES! Barristers, Solicitori, Etc. ;Officer Conybeare Block. 1 Atta. M-lyr. A PINCHER CREEK STORY (Toronto Saturday. Night) in the Canadian West' the rancher or the homesteader felt quite free to leave his shock for or1 weeks' at a time, confident that on his heturri nathing would be The pea vine 'or vetch that grows two feet high in Alberta with ition horse-' backs in 1 Xechaco- Valley B. C., and 'the j 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 without, plowing, as the soil is j a fine silt with no more grain than i mm THE CARDSTON BUDGH MIS8 GRIMM, Accountant. JOB7 DEPARTMENT. The Herald Job1 Department is .beat equipped in Southern Alberta. All classes -of work handled expe- ditiously and-satisfactorily. Walter Manager of the Job Depart- found perhaps, that flour and -40 feet5 in depth in most passing strangers had found shelter ptaces sand, gravel or stones. there for the night; and made use of Crab )lcs> cherdos niany othcr the place as if thev owned it. Such _ was the" custom. But no damage fruits grow.wild..e Peaches and apples. could'-'be done and nothing would be j are cultivated cnroute between MEALS-25C RATE per .week. MEAL J. M. REDDING Cor. Smith and Hedpath W. C'. SIMMONS Advocatt, Barristtr, Etc'. r- Office: Southard Block. Money to on Town and Farm Property. B. -C.; MOORE Funeral Director Embalmor Presbyterian' Church Office Phone, 102. Residence 138. F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitney Block. LETHIR1DGE BREWING HALTING COMPANY, LTD. m MARKET r Strictly, Attended -to Mbst be Paid offDciiviery KM) thent; IM. Cardston, March high Thursday last.-was the cause of work -at tHc Cardston school. Some on. the. premises of the Mhool-'house ignited! ashes or sparks through. ;the smoke nrising the teachers turned in the fire alarm.- The''school house was vacated in j short order and the pupils .set to FOSTER EATS CROW -The" best friend the Liberal party has at Ottawa or as a matter of fact in the country today is Hon. George Eulas Foster, "Sub Conser- vative as one cabinet wind'''was blowing carried off. Of more recent years a more mixed class of people have been entering the West, some of them un- versed in those traditions of the plains -m the- early comers! took--so much-pride.' The" new-homesteader, if a bachelor, used to put in his time while doing his homestead duties, by working for a during' which- time he might not visit his own shuck for work with fire. twsejrs. This shack of his was, per- Mcanwhile .the Tire brigade turned out, as well as a goodly number of citizens, -but the school pupils liad succeeded in Hcatihg out the flames before the" ister termed him. Mr. Foster "never mouth without putting his foot in it." Every shot he fires at the Liberals falls back upon own head. his momenta; dc-'ay KiigHc." have resulted iu the loss 'bf :3ir. Archibald's out- buildings'as well-as "build- ings. _: The incident showed that the fire haps not large enough to contain a cioft jind the Xeclmco. The abounds in sal-' nion sturgeon-juulttrout. Wild ducks, partridges are abundant and some deer. For mixed furratng and fruit it is unexcelled. Being nearer the coast[ than Alberta' it milder climate and as British Columbia is short on farm hinds but has a great demand j for the products many great) "four ponter" of grandfather's lumber and mining and its furnishings were few and sim- j }ands there arc pie in the extreme. 1 There is a story. told at Pincher i Creek" of a young bachelor, absent'e u camps, what t for farming and fruit raising haVe always" reach- j very higlr figure, whenever from his shack in this way, who dis- transportation has reached them. covered "th'at his few possesions were When the Grand "Trunk Pacific is HUBCAFE Only house m town where- strictly white help is used. Every night from lOo'clock ve have some .specials in addition to the usual ran lin the short' order line. TONIGHT ROAST CHICKEN FRESH MUSHROOMS' 'RIPE TOMATOES Aleets'- 1st and'' 3rd' inK-bfP: Vclocfc'- 5 Visiting., brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DA.V1ES, 24-ly T. ;T. Lethbridge Nest if of Owli He, with a few followers, kept the house sitting a. continuous fifty-five hours at a great, cost to the coun- try, and with'what result? Nothing except to prove that Foster is a pic- ayune politician and to bring back upon his "own head a charge that he was hurling at one of the cabinet ministers, Hon. L..P." Brodeur, Mr. Brodcur, it appears, had used a portion of an "ice-breaker account" meet the expenses incurred by his visit abroad in connection with the purchase of a vessel of that type. Parliament had granted an apprb- propriatipn to the minister to cover the expenses of his European trip, but as he had to start on his journey before the grant was available, the power house and -.the': run of brigade needs more-hose 'and that the youngsters have profited by the fire drill given, at school. A second fire upon the premises of Mr. F. the in- cipierif fire was caught sight of by Sirs. a neighbor just cast, and by prompt- action and1-that of Mnr.-' Hunt, the blaze- was extinguished by means of n sbbrt-handjedrbucket' bri- gade captained by the ladies. Had these two fires gained head- way, muny homes as well as. some parts of- the business street might have been occasioned serious loss THE FIREMEN'S BALL Sonxi "of the citizens "had" an idea that tho prolonged'' fire signal' from the rapidly disappearing axe, sleigh, grindstone were gone. No doubt some of" these things had been bor- rowed in good faith by it was" bad form' to take them in that way, and he decided that he must put a s-top to' it, an in order to do so he went" "home" to sleep at nights. The' first night was' uneventful, but on second he had a dream, in MUSIC; Pupil. of' Stratford of Mont- real, wishes a limited number' of stii; dents for Piano Study. (PaderewskiV teacher) method used.V Terms moderate. Adress 810 Ford StI Phone 247. Illterta testaamrt Short Orders at all Hours J Fresh Ffmt'and: Game in season Con fectionery" 1, Letlibridge s the. second1" Thursday Aof> month' in K.'oLP.-'Hall. T V.' STORKEV; Secretiwry: C. ROSS TATE.JPreaidenC- M. Junior Past -Prea. Lodge. Pride of Alberta 293. of Pythian Hull V Jim and thinl Thurmlay in the month at S p.m. -Yinitiug btvthtvn ahvayx Fml T. Ki.Wmi, completed through' these lands in Nechaco Valley they will reach their true value of fifty to one hundred dollar-! acre and it would not be surprising if they selling -at: fifty dollars this time next! year. The Grand Trunk Pacific peo-1 pie paid last per Ib. for oatss in tho valley and offer the same this i year. The Hudson's Bay people j which' he he was on the have farmed there; for 50'years andj nmceino1" firm QTirl I for convenience sake, _ transferred a suni from icc-brea.kcr account, which sum he subsequently thus balancing matters. Here, thought Mr. a fine text for ililnnviinable denunciation, and for hours he poured upon Zur. Brod- cur's devoted head a volume of virtu- poration such us has seldom been} heard in the House. He charged the minister with having stolen the mo- ney, and Insinuated that he had only refunded it'when compelled to do so. j Hansard, the recorder of the de- bates of the House, knocked down ilr. Foster's argument with a terri- ble, crash and the late Conservative Finance Minister had the wind com- pletely taken out of his sails, Mr. Brodcur pointed out that in 1890-91 got not, out of the civil government contingencies, not :Out of the. vote from which travelling expenses should generally be taken, but hc got.-money from the commer- cial agencies vote. The commercial agencies vote docs not admit of mo- ney being taken, out of it for travell- ing expenses, any than the vote for was brought up in the House at the time by Hon. XVm. mvnistcr of Customs and Hansard of 1392 had J the following report of the dcbatc'onj the matter: "Mr. tKftt of unforswn ses were charged to cotnmerciftl brigade were both advertising inci- dents for the Firemen's Ball -held last evening. However, no such "schem- ing" was neoded to make success of this social event. There was a tlfHlilttfilillillil Wttkly Dit patch tht Wacld HaraM Saturday Night T crossing' the" rolling billows towards his English home. A noise, a wakened him, and his "amazement may be imagined when he discovered that his residence' was actually gliding across the prairie. Various wild theories flashed over his mind as hc sprang on looking "out of his little window he found that a team of hors- es was rapidly hauling his shack away, the long grass serving almost as well as snow for the purpose. His indignation was great and just, and his first impulse was to take sum- mary vengeance, but being a young man with a strong sense of humor he-threw himself-on his couiich and decided" to wait until morning and see the strange-adventure through. At daybreak his- shack- ceased its journey, and it was evident by grown fine oats'and barley, 80! bushels of oats per aciv only being; r fair yield. Wheat'and clover dp ex-j ceerlingly well Those'desiring to ''make quickly from twenty to thirty thousand lars on a pmall investment in land; write at once to I. B. Snell, bridge, Alberta, Box 63, as these lands I will positively be increased to ?12J the same as the other companies arej __ charging. i The payments will be per first year and balance in 9 equal an-[ nual installments. A deposit of per acre must accompa'ny each ap- plication. do not expect to keep this 'opportunity 'open only a very short time as we will only lot a few persons in on the ground floor. Read S the following copy from the Vancou-t The choicest Red Winter Wheat grown in America goes into The Talk of the Our Best It is unquestionably; the highest grade .Patent. Flour ever produced Ellison Ming ft t Rajmood LETHBRIDGE LOUut riO. 38 C. B. P. O. E. Meets 2nd and 4th" 1'uesday if each month at E. A. SHARMAN, M. I'RTEST, E. ver Daily Province, Feb. 19, then the noises outside that it had reached its destination. Those outside im- agined that this was to be its future j site. j j. Then the door of the shack opened' and the rightful owner stood there s smiling cheerfully on two startled; ______ men who were unhitching the horses.! "Well, boys, you needn't unhitch NECHACO 1903, I. B. SNELL Hotel P. O. Box 63 Ltthbridge, Alberta Canada. delivered to "all parts'of the city for 85 per ton. Cash must accompany order. all'kinds done on short IJIV iTI Hi notice. Ask for our prices be-; fore leaving orders elsewhere 1QTHDI Lougv Na.' EST OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS' "Meet in-the1 Labor Hall, eveVy Mondays in month'. Jj- Employers requiring certificated en- gineers, out of employ- ment, .'would do ;well to communicate with .us. ROBERT .KEVIN, Chief. GEO.- BRUCE, Secretary. 44-lyird-w 1 Of this qxiantity eight thousand acres'[ ducts owing to Ihave been secured by German Luth-lof the Grand Trunk Pacific 'Railway err.ns WisconsirTwho intend to es-j, "As-the demand lor land'BtUl'eon-' he said smilingly. "I'd plan-; ned to go to town this week. Won't j i tahlish a colony. The valley' is situ- MANY AMERICAN about 320 milrs north of Ash- 'croft. yon drive me on in while I get break-j Twenty-Two Thousand Acres Havej News of the'impendIng. trek was Yoirmnst be hungry. Been Sold in. the Middle JUMPED THE TRACK St. Johns, Nfd., March ex- press on the Newfoundland rail- way-jumped the track near-Port Anx passeng-ers were asleep at the lime'and-the Cars turned over land collapsed. Many of them were though none fatally. given ont'today by a .banker who re- turned the east a few days ago. He visited the Xochaco Valley and acquired a tract of land there. loast 100 settlers with their families GERMAN LUTHERAN COLONY Big Trek in Northern Cariboo Will locatc in thft vallcy in he Begin Early in May t0 The Province. "Tiie majority of thorn liave bought farms tinues inflnr will be larfe- increased durrnf-- the" A tract of'land eowprwinf acres' beetn aeqwred bj- German Lutherans t OI Minnesota. They intend to wtaWwb a model col- ony." Fifty settlors will be U3 of in the early spring. After pettinf hi therr crope they--will :-nd -for theit femiliesr The jwrner there will made in-wagons.-from Acceer to the soon'be the OoTernmeat Photos ti- r IMIIIMlliiMiMMM MEW DEPUTY MINISTER OtUwa, March O'Harn been appointed deputy minister of trade and commerce to succeed W. PannaW who hud applied for and granted surxrannuaticrs. Xechaco Valley in the Cariboo dis- acres at the rate oJ per7 acre, and the G. T. P. are in throwf h tm order to facilitate n railway- npplierr Valley trict, which wilt be .traversed by the1 representatives in many in-j building 'a. wagon o j os_ '-n "t -ii u 'stances vRted the Canboo M Grand Trunk Pcuific railway, wjll be- ._ favorably on -its Grain -ol of settlers from the middle stales. kinds, roots and vegetables can Twenty-two thousand acres of 'land be raised there to perfection. There the objective this spring of hundreds agficullrMl the The N port a large' o( Aral claaa (am HANDFORD i there have Iready been disposed of. j will be a cash market for their pro- Tlw ;