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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHgRIDGEr ALBERTA MARCH i i i t 1 f (iA i- i t f _ Dirty Herald xf LdsWife, Aftota, is Ofcrii j Fsjr Qslr> SWt Tim TOTS; AND per Aae Nechaco Vai- Latest English and American shapes just placed in stock Lots cbid to school, terms: ,V illltlir1 down snd'flO per month, uo interest. purs, The extravagant use or JUL.S almost destroyed the art j !ms become u matter of! icationa to THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD. Lethbridge, Alberta, Ca- nada. (f our friends who favor us with man- for publication wish to j have rejected articles returned they must in all cases send stamps for that purpose. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. x POLITICAL GOSSIP ...r. Galna, M. P. P., has bt-n rc- sihle labor, instead of using braiiw' jor the Ontario LegUla- to fill a small .spacw well. A number of publishers' recognize- this growing evil and U-L' may expect soon to see a reduction in of newspapers. reform is being has tcned by the increasing cost of white paper, which has almost .reached the J tuu. by parry Sound Conservatives. Subscribers wlio- fail to receive the point of extruvuffancu in 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 iu the Daily Herald, copy should be sent in not later thon 6 before Mr. Snell has' just returned from Umbton, Ont. Conservatives Columbia where he has been TT vestordav re-nominated H. Montgom-l M v w 1 investigating Nechaco eiy, M. P. 1J. Valley land data concern land obtaining'valuabl ft. of Colebrook, has ing same" that rise Tie tarttey Co. Ltd. eJs THE HUB THE HUB A 3 SIGNS OF AN ELECTION OI out real Hf-rald.) learn from the Gazette that i' O. I ucccpU-d tho Liberal nomination m in price-on-these'lands will be evonljj and AJdington for Lhc House j greater. taken place in vertisements will be. received up to 10 o'clock a._m. of the day of pub- lication, aud want advertisements up to 2.00 p. m. ADVERTISING RATES iiro the parliamentary ..grants, to our Quebec icrcentary 'celebration" and for the purchase' of seed grain for the Northwest fanners. This is the most of Commons. Hon. Walter Scott, premier of Sas- katchewan, occupied a seat in the British House of Commons. He chaperoned'hy T. P. O'Connor. Rumor'says that Hon. H. R. Km- merson will be appointed a member Southern Alberta where irrigated lands h'aveT? increased in a few years from to acre. Those Nechaco' Valley lands have sufficient moisture and are drained by the great Nechaco river 300 cent a frank confession of what we Imvejcti. fche commission and that jfj word each inseition. No advertise ment for less than 23c. 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 Deathi-50 cents every insertion. Contract Display Advertiiernents-- Rate card at "Daily Herald Of- fice. cents per count hue; dis- count to regular advertisers. Subject, to advertise- ments subject to approval pi man- agement of "Daily Herald." NEWS AND OF- in width. -While they appear level they are undulating enough to as- There is good QJ WclV t-ULLllllJr'Clvil i i j heard of we have ions Q Robinson, late premier jsurc that Lander landed wiih Chiimplain! Ncw win succeed him well water-over the valley at a depth in and caused seed-time {or tho Commons of 14 to 30 feet', "clear as a crystal and harvest to fall in the provinces m yourVfocdj clean and refined sur-! rouud'.iigs, and to vho Pjiicl, good1.! attention. means a-great deal to the majority of'people. Coma and-trv us. SPECIALS FOR TONIGHT From Rq- Bt Turkey' Qrau- Sauce. Roast Chicken: Fresh IMushrooms -and Ripe Tomatoes. ILLEGAL UNION candidate for tho Commons of 14 to 30 as a crystal and i __ Westmoreland. no alkali. HlJb i The vetch that grows The in Toronto Ladies' .-Tailored Garments made to ".Order aud Measure Siy'w, Goircct h Materiul, Now No Two Alike. UMOT- Low Weekly or Monthly PifMHts to be fctyliBhly und cor- risitly gowuej M to tMtf SoffiHiM P.i Fortand A. AT the DAILY HERALD FICE STAFF- C. D. AUSTIN, City Editor. JOHN TORRANCE, Canvaiser, Col- lector and Assistant Business Man- ager. MISS GRIMM, Accountant New York, March accord- ance with a .recent decree of Pope Pius.X, Archbiihop Farley sent a let- ter today to the rectors of all the Roman Catholic churches in the city explaining the new mariage law that I will go into effect at Easter. Crawford for" West Toronto. A. with this and Wright, former Conservative organ- I T ier, is iu the field in .the same riding. as an Independent Conservatives sup- i porting government ownership. JOB DEPARTMENT. The Herald Job Department ia the -best equipped in Southern Alberta. All classes-of work handled- expe- ditiously and satisfactorily. Walter Jordan, Manager of the Job Depart- ment. fj 1 It will be read at all masses to- morrow. In the main, tho decree prohibits civil marriages for Roman Catholics ana declares- unions in' the church on and "inter April: 19 invalid if either bride or Dridegroom is not a Catholic, T-lie following changes are being A Kelson despatch says that W. A. Galliher JI.P. formerly of Lethbridge, may not seek renomination for the Dominion House. For the Liberal nomination in his place, the names of 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 a fine silt' with "-no more grain than flour in depth in most places with no. sand, gravel or stones. Crabapples, cherries and many other two good newspaper tioned, F. J. Dean, of the Nelson News and F. E. Simpson of the Cranbrook Herald. Conserva- tives have, A. Macdouafd K. C-, are men-Uruits provrVild.- Peaches and apples are cultivated, enroute between Asli- croft and the Ne'chaco. The Nechaco' rivsr abounds in sal- MEALS-25C per week. MEAL, TICKETS-SB J. M: REDDING Cor. Sniitii and Redjmth I PROFESSIONAL CARDS W.S.GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. McGili Accoucher 'Office 914 8t. 'Plione, 53 9a.m., 2-5. p.m. DBS. McCLURE STEWART, Sur- geon; Dentists. Office to 12n.; 1p.m. to HAMILTON SL YOUNG I Block. i The Hartley-Roberts Co. A LAND OF PROMISE made in the marriage legislation d the church; 1. No marriages will be valid unless it by a priest duly au- thorized and before at. least two wit- nesses; 2. A marriage performed by j a notary public or Protestant minis- j ter will be null and void (hitherto Lcthhridge ought lo be the cheer- j j.ucjl malTiagcs were 3. No mar- iest place on the prairies. Popula- j rjage will be lawful unless it is per- tion is rushing into this country and forniec{ by the pastor of the bride or this year is going to see more land {jy a delegated by hira or the settled upon thun ever before in the; bishop of the diocese; 4. Those of the history of the Lethbridge district. faithful who are of marriageable age; Every day, carloads of settlers el- I or wno may be contemplating marri- lects are being unloaded at this I age jn the near future, should secure point. The newcomers are the finest j positive and correct -information as type of American farmers. They to the date nnrl_place of their bap- money and sire coming here to tism. make more money off the rich wheat; lands of this district. Lethlmdge is going to be the cen- tre of one of the best populatetl dis- Nelson, and las. Schofield, of Trail, to choose "from. Fire Hiill -parti abundant and deer. For mixed farming and fruit, it -is I unexcelled. Being nearer the coast f than Alberta it has a; milder climate land as British Columbia is short on' I farm lands but Has 'demand for the products in her many great 2 Linfe.of Spokane Phone 2M Phone 211 ''lumber and mining camps, what mi r M n n Hands there are suitable for farming Money for New Building Pro- vided in Estimates A City Market DISASTER AT CORNWALL Cornwall, Ont., March Canada'. We ought j Bedstead Company's now factory here was badly wrecked yesterday. Just what happened no one knows as Columbia FRESH OYSTERS Candies, Cigars, Japanese .Goods." Meal Tickets per Week Next door to Coaldale Hotel sand fruit raising have always reach- j______________________________- Jed a verv figure whenever! i transportation ,has' reached them. j WAST .VD COWMS OF TH! I Whoa the Prand' Trunk EaciHc is j IS A HUGE SUCCESS. completed lands ini i Nechaco Valley they, will reach their i true value" of fifty-_to one hundred J I I HANPFQRD K.C., D.C.L., B.. Morton B..C. L. -CONYBEARE JONES Block. Lethbridge, Alta. I M-lyr. W. Advocate, Barrister, Etc. Oftice: Southard Block. Money to Lend Town and Fur m Property. rr B. C. MOORE Funeral: Director -and -Embalmar Presbyterian .Church. Office Phone. 136. Room 'S, Whitney -B4ock. 394 L. M. JOHNSTONE Barrister Solicitor Office adjoining" Union 'Bank. 23-lyr dollars per acre and it would not be surprising if gelling ati fifty dollars per acre fay this time tricts in to keep that always in mind when of we arc figuring' about the future 1 there was no one in the premises but Lcthbridgc is going to be a great S from the looks of the bmlding col- deal larger city than the most san-jlspse of the water tank is supposed guino imagined. That is the j to have been the cruise. Thc factory Herald's opinion any i was- bllilt at a coat At the. council -meeting htst night se-wcfa.1 oi the committee submitted their estimates for-the ensuing yen r in some particulars. A perusal oi year.. The Pacific the. reports nill shov 'that they in- pie paid last year 6c per Ib. for oats rolvc.ihc expenditure of-consWcratJc m the valley and offer the same this amounts of money but in eveo--ca.se1 venr. The Hudson s Bay people is pressing. farmed there for 50 and SITE FOR A FIRE HALL ihilve Srown fine, oats and barley, 80 The Woiks tee monimended tnat, wcll aid all vegetable.. be included in the estimates lor the j oi a site und the erection Those desiring, to make quickly OUR POINT. OF VIEW RAINFALL AND SNOWFALL Mnlloy, "I gave my eyes for you. Toronto, March- secretary 1mve you given ior nie i of the Canadian JCanufacturers' As- ____ t socitition, has fonvarded a letter to Round lal1 premiers asking them to assist in securing facilities St. shows that people have every con registration o{ ralnfaU and. finow. fidonee in the growth o, i fall over the. Dominion. The object i is to ascertain the effect it has on the Another fine brick block on FOR A FIRE HALL j have grown tine, oats ana oanej, ou _ 0 .r bushels of oats acre only, being ks and Property Commit-, f and clovcr do umendcd thai j of a riru hall, think thai t'ne Aid. Ives did not sum pay ior from twenty to thirty thousand dol-j lars on a small investment in land, Onwunl Ix'thbridge, should slogan oi ew-ry this year. progressive I the watcr powcr. The is waiting for n contri- bution to the ilulloy patriotic fund so that it may pltvce some one clso's nn.nic of its own. Mil ill I i II I il I I i I t I il Hews Stand CIUUK 1113 L IflC S'HU VNUMIU 1 the Hall. The Mayor said that at tO -1' f was th, .ntention to build only half-bridge. Alberta, Box 63, as these lands of tho hmldinp al once and [wil1 Positively be' increased to would cover it. The report same as the other-companies are, was adopted Some of the council cnar8IT1E- _ felt alarmed for the health of the' The payments will be per acre, who rHght faint when thev nrst year and balance in an-.t tA The choicest' Red Winter Wheat grown in Ame'rica goes into The Talk of the Town Our Best Flour .Itis-unquestionably J the highest grade Winter.Patent Flour produced t HOLLAND :Dawson, of Mont- of stu- j Piano, Study. .oschetizky (Paderewski's teacher) method used. -Terms, moderate. Adress'Sl'O Ford St." 1st mid 3rd Mondays in K. of P. Hall at-8 o'clock.' brethren are-.cordially- invited. S. OK DAVIESj-W.P. ison Killing [ietatur Co, Lti t f Raymond Magrath Lethbridge It Tvould p.iy Canada peo- ple who hnve their money loaned out and six cent- to invest! this money in Lethbridge. They' could oasiiy make fifteen por cent. on their investmcnl." Citi7en's Ijcnguft is a pood one. There would be' fewer ill- judged complaints to the council and fewer- vOrnruunivatlons to, the public press if thcrr sorr place where these things could be threshed out. and placed before tin; council in- n sensible Thc League would a grcftt boon to tho council. The snowstorm yesterday just .sav- ed the council nn awful roast as the TTorald., was preparing a objection to the city allowing the stryets to .remain dusty -while tsvo cirta were standing idle. We will iho-editorial r.ntil tho dust flips Lloyd's Peoples Weekly Dispatch Reynold's News of the Worid People's Journal Glasgow Herald Saturday Night New York World New American knew of the contemplated installments. A deposit of jiirp. Aid. Tvc-s nnd the ifnyor said Per acre must' accompany -each that thoy were starting where they plication. We do not eypect to keep should have started ten years ago. opportunity-open only a very 1 Aid. Ad.mis and JTutlon ventured to snort t5me we wl11 only 3et that the people have br.a Ln kickinp for tilings for-a long the foiling copy from the Vancou- nn, aud row ran have thrm.jw Daily Province, Feb. 19, 1906, t lit I. B. SNELL Hotel Coaldalt or" P. O. Box 13 Lcthbridge, Albtrta Canada. orders elsewhere of tOwli ".'Lethbridge Nest 'ol Owls, will meets the" second Thursday of each mouth in K. of P." Hall.'' G. V. C. President._ M. Prcs. Lotlge Pride 293. SNS of Mett'in Knight M orPjtkiM Hall Irctund Tlmni'iiij in 8 p.m.- htvthrei 57. I Of this quantity eight thousand acres j ducts owing to the early construction j SEWERS AND WATER MAINS i Thy engineer's report on extension! of spiers and water ninins was adop-' on the reconimendntion the; waterworks committee. Thc report] recommended the expenditure _______.....--- GO on waterworks extensions sir.d'NECHACO VALLEY DRAWS i ublish a colony. The valley is tftu-jtmues the initial influx wiil'be large- sewer.extensions. .-i- i.. i A CITY MARKET 'have been secured by German Lwth-jof the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway.] !erans of Wisconsin who intend "As the demand for .land still con-j MANY AMERICAN SETTLER, j atcd '.fant 'mita POrtti of !y jum-nc. Tho Markets and Immigration Com; Twenty-Two mittec the placing of an allowance ol in the estimates; for n city marvel. Aid. Adams thought that, it should j bo mndc so as to corres- j pond with the etho.r estimates. j Aid. Ives doubled whether wns enough lo provide a site and the necessary The report was adopted. TLJC CTIDC eDIOBrvC TI wiir Wntor und Lighl commit- j Qrand Trunk Pacific railway, tee recommended tho purchase of fire team for. a sum .not o: croft., News of the impending trek, was i ww W f I Sold in Middle i given out, today by a bamcor_who re- i turned from the a few days ago. They intend to establish a model col- __ ___ __" t 1.11 Wn A) A months. A tract of-land comprising acres.has bcean 'acquired- by German Lutherans of Minnesota. IMiHMMM Mtllitlf viaited the Valley" and [.acquired a tract of land there. I 'At Ifaat 100 settlers with their lamilies from the middle state will locate in the. valley in May." said he to The Province, 'llhc. majority, ol ,____ j them have .bought {arms'avcraging240 Nechaco VaiieyT.n Cariboo dis-ij acres at rat? of per acre, GERMAN LUTHERAN COLONY I Big Trek in Will Begin. ___ vr JS Their representatives unoe. in "many in the val Its LETHBRHX5E pf C. P. E. Meets 2nd.and 4th month at 8.15 p.m. E. A..SHARMAN, E. R. M.-.PBIE8T. 3 hose w.'s gor. for 5SO for the fire olnrm when compietod, ey -aayj objective this spring of hundreds' Gram ot i w from "the middle states, j all kinds, roots can Twenty-two thousand of land j bo raised there to -perfection. There 'there have Iready been disposed 'of. will be a cash market for their pru- Fifty settlers' will be the nucle- us of the- colony in the early spring. After getting in their wops, they will send fort their lamilies. The Journey there will be made'in wagons-from Ashcroft. Access to the "valley will boon be simplified as the Government and theJG. T. P. are co-operating in building wagon rotid through Xorihern' Cariboo' hr order to facilitate of failwfLy The Xecliaco' ValleV" can ensily snipt- pbrt' a large population as it coxi- lains acres of firtt dara Und. NORTH-WEST -ASSOCIATION. Of STATIONARY. EHQINEIRS 'Meet in4hc and and_ fourth Mondays