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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta thot cannot stand A L it R T A F R J D A'Y i M been nicely renovated j A III Li and repainted through Messrs, tt and Win. Duce of the Ward Printpd-by tlic'Daily Co every lawful its office; Bound .StiyLetbbndKO, Alberta, Canada; W. Managing Di- rector Editor. 2.M 1.00 .36 3.00 1.76 .86 i VI o vki'-V S. .A. k_ 1V6JV.I i Kuilwa Sir Wilfrid Launch's lieuten- and Kph, Harker, A. S. Low, W. Rollins, and 0. "i Loo. A programme of lectures, songs Subtcript'ion Daily, one year, delivered Daily; BIX mouth, delivered, Daily, three m'outlns, delivered. Daily, one month, delivered Daily, one year, by Daily, by mail Daily, three mouths, by mail BIG PAY ROLL AT COLEMAN Earnings Average Almott Improveimnts at I Mine 'Cltiniu to Through by ItIS if MoW March glad and impromptu speeches was thor- oughly'enjoyed. It needless to say that the renuirks by the gentle- men were highly eulogistic of the kindly and untiring elTorts of Undies in behalf of all the .sick, needy or bereaved in our ami they Des Iowa, MorcU cribbage game viiu lull Daily Herald will please notify the dollars a month. This means busi- busiiiesa office, by phone or other- g and lhy company is preparing wise, at the earliest, possible mo- Kl-eater output than ever. I mm, .L Wst doss To ensure change of contract adver- tisement, in the Daily Herald, copy should be.sent in not later thon 6 shape and now the tipple'' is being enlarged and rearranged so that the coal may be handled more expeditious publication. Transient vertisements will be received up to js ueccssary because of the 10 o'clock a. m. of the day of pub- j inc.rcasea output in a few months .wnnl advertiscmc'Qta i ___ ...MI pressed in to Scott Brown who has acted as Stake Chorister for the Sunday Schools for .several years past and i.s now, leaving for two-years' mission to Croat Bri- tain. In all local gatherings Mr. looked to as our local ten- and he has developed rap- idly in his musical work during the past two'years. The best wishes of a host of friends will go with him to his new field of labor. Ticfttion, and want advertisements up to 2.00 p. m. ADVERTISING RATES Want Advertsements-Oue cent a word each insertion. No advertise- ment for less than 25c. Six con- secutive insertions for price oi four: Initial letters, abbreviations, and "c" marks, each figure and words count as full words. When replies are to be forwarded send lOc. extni to cover postage. Termg cash. when the new No. 5 shaft will be in working ordor. This is a shaft or rather tunnel that is being in the mountain under X6. -1 and No. 2 to tap the fifth, seam of coal which varies in thickness from seven feet to twenty feet. When coal is pouring out of these three tunnels it will not long before the three thousand tons' a. day is reached. night Mr.'Parks, J'KHSON'ALS. Mr. Jno. returned.yester-' day from his trip south. Mi's. reimiinod with her son for a further visit, of some weeks. Congratulations are bjing extended to Mr. .I. end lady upon the advent of thuir new baby an Irishman hy virtue of hLs coming} to town on the 17th inst. Of RACE MEET AT BLAIRMORE March good claya' racin'g' have boon arranged for, to be held 21 and 22. A meeting was held with A. Mootlie of of the Western Turf association; presiding. The following programme was draft- ed up by a special comittee and pass- ed by the association. c First Day 2.18 pace or trot, 3-8 dash in 1-2 mile pony one mile mile-squaw i .'Second Day Free" for alt trot sand 1-2 mile mile novelty race 1 1-2 Tk tatty d Itt THE HUB THE HUB CO C H Marriages, andT Qf thc Colemart drug store >vprv insprtion. 1 mtraci' ''Display- Advertisements- loft for a few weeks -fcxlmon-. Rate card at "Daily Herald" Of- ton and vicinity. On the same tram ike. -Mr. Mills, C.P.R. coal inspector for UbekU-IO cents this district, left for a visit to Van- count to regular advertisers, j Sublect to Approval-All advertise- j couvcr. .merits' subject to approval of man-1, H.'II. Ogdeiv'of Lethbriclge, rc- agemeut of "Daily Herald.' presenting the Confederation In- surance Co. spent a few" days DAILY HERALD NEWS AND OF- O- D. AUSTIN, City Editor. JOHN Canvaner, Col- ..kctor'and Asmtant Business Man- ager. MISS they will call-him "Pat." Mill Peebles iin HUUIE; uni EOT mimtaiciitct this week writing up some business Ileforc he left he appointed Mr. J. j S. Marithorne as local agent for the iy and also put into his hands ILLNESS OF TOLSTOI March 1 of the illness- of Count Leo Tolstoi have been''received'at Moscow. It is said that he fainted yesterday and remained unconscious for a consider- able time. He is quite weak as a result of an attack of influenza and j his condition excites alarm. ROOFING CORNICE WORK SKYLIGHTS FURNACE WORK A SPECIALTY II Uifc if In IK To have your food in clean and refined tur- rouudingt, and to be paid good.'attention, means a great deal to the majority of people. Coma and try us. SOCIALS FOITONIOT From 10 on Ro st Turkey Cran- bery Sance. Roaat Chicken. Freah Mushrooms and Ripe Tomatoes. teturwt Short Orders at all Fruit and Game in Confectionery BEFORE RETIRING i bottle''of 'Lcthbridge beer is a guarantee of a night's It' is oooth- ing, and is both meat and drink, and to' the, palate is a We tie the best beer and send it to by the. eaae, as well sn all kinds of car-' bonated LfTHEfilWE BREWING 4 MALTIMC COMPANY, LTD, PROFESSIONAL CARDS THE HUB THE HUB W.S.GALBRAITH, M.D'.C.M. McGili Physician, Surgton Accouchcr Oflke'914 BedpkHi St.- 'Phone M 9a.m..- 2-3.' 7-8 p.m. bratCKi Ncchaco Valley to sell.' JOB DEPARTMENT. j The Herald Job Department ia the j best equipped in Southern Alberta. A.1V classes of work handled expe- j ditiously and satisfactorily. Walter i Manager of the Job Depart-1 ment. Telephone 106. THE CARDSTON BUDGET TO KEEP THE TEACHERS The reports of the various public school inspectors for the province of Alberta us published in the annual report of the department of educa- tion all express regret at the fre- quent changes of teachers in the ru- ral schools. One inspector in dealing CnrcLston, March are coming-this way occasionally'. Hoxv- ever, few can run the gauntlet of the iLcthbrulge rcnl estate men so as to i arrive at "this point. Local parties are beginning to invest somewhat. Three lou; in the south west of the Barker Addition -.vere sold last week by J. IV. McCloiiiihan: Yesterday Messrs. W. 0. Lee Co. sold Dr. T. if. Campboirs resi- line brick structure on Tay- Cahomi3hotcl_to Bros, ranch? The deal 5.S said to bo .with the matter suggests Urn t department encourage the school trus tecs in rural to lean-tos to thc'scnools for the teach- urs. This plan has been adopted al- 1 reatlv a ffood mimber oi Alberta schools and the nopartmont would do well to encourage .such an action bj K all rural' schools. The reason is ob- itc Jos. Petcrs THE HELTKF -SOCIETY BALL i The popularity of the- Ladies Kcli Society of Cardston. was fully .nttcst- 1 ed on the evening of the 17ih, upon I the occasion of the grand ball given in the Assembly Hall. vlous. In the emit majority of rur- .was surprisingly.- larg'e, ox'cr one hun al school-districts in a new country H ft t drcd couples, young and OKI there is not a boardinp place suit- r 'the spectators) being pn able for the teacher near the trip the light lantastic and to enji> if indeed, there is one in ihft district. l .-the servedr The The' honsf-R arc smalt, lamilies are from the military band orchcslr large and the mother too busy to- _ I assisted bv ilr. ;K. take'a boarder. In fact m the major] t j. f Mrs. Sarah H. the loco -itv of .especially in the nis-; _ i president, and her aids, uos Without a hitch and witliout.a flkw On'the 30th I'll make the dray." H: HAYRfortlTii Hayr Transfer, begs, to announce that ion the 30th day-of March the draw will take place Jo 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 entitles you to a chance. Successor to tHv Dixon Transfer Co.; Box 27 IIEliUR WHITEHELP OMLY J. M. REDDING Cor. Smith and Rndpath DRS. McCLURE STEWART, Sur- feoa Dentists. Office Hours: 9a.m. to 12 n.; I p.m. .HAMILTON YOUNG Room Block. ClF.P.Conybtart; K.C., D.C.L.. B. Morton'Jonet, B. C. CONYBEARE JONES Barristers, Solicitpia, Office: Ltthbridfe, AIU. HANDFORD The choicest Red Winter-Wheat grown in America goes into w TKr Talk of the Town Our Best Flour H. HAYR Phone ISO It unquestionably the highest grade Winter Patent Flour ever produced': Elevator LtUibridfe W. C. SIMMONS Advocitv, Barrister, Etc.. Office: Southard Block. B. C. MOORE Funtral Director and .Embalmcr to PrcsbyterianrChurch. Office Phone 102. Residence 13S..1 B. .ROLF80H f ARCHITECT j Ream I Whitney-Block: cr MUSIC- MISS_L. HOLLAND Pupii ol Stratford Dawson, of Mont- wishes limited number of denta lor Study. Leachetizky method used. Terms moderate. Adrtu 110 Ford St. Phono 247. ow tricts settled by foreigners, the plac ana Jfrs. Annie with e.s are not fit for anyone but a mem-- -.their suD-comnuttccs arc warmly con- ber of the family to live in. Asso-; i e Jl L C Cl I II kX 1 parties, provided is not private generally being These are' to The Heliei Society Annual mectmp the rond tions that are responsible 2 p.m. on Kt, ratnrk s Day u'as morn than anything else lor the; ,_, also largely attended. Their pleas- homesickness and disgust wnich caus-! tint room on the vrest ot the Assem- S Liiuir uiv ber of the fnmilv to live in. Asso- J i iv. f trnitulnted upon the sxiccess j ciattons arc not congeniaU the food; After the suneit 01 dancmp is poorly prepared, nnn tne roomj _ so many teachers, especially lauicsj erect a shock or a lean-to' alongside! of the, the teacher would be; to care for herself, be handy to i the school, and be saved from tho in- conveniences; and disagreeable features i 'of life ip the home of the average j settler. The expenditure of a faw hundred dollars in the erection of teachers" 'quarters would prevent very largely the const nut changes 'of tea-1 chcrs, is so detrimental to t success of the work of the school. HIS WIFE Told him to bring homo a Scrap Book. He brought Jno. L. Sullivan." and peace reign- ed. l Your chance to Boys Suits at Bargain Prides. To make room for a large con- signment of New Goods we are offering our splendid assortment of BOYS' SUITS AT LESS THAN COST. i i Take advantage; of: this mo- ney-saving opportunity. You will never have a better chance to give your boy a new Spring: outfit at small cost. COME AND INVESTIGATE HeeU 1st and 3rd in K: 6f P. Hall at 8 o'clock: Visiting brethren are S. G. DAVIES, W.P. T. .T. WHITE, W.S. Nest of Lethbridge Nesf 'of Owls, No. 159, meets thev Thursday' ol.'J each month in K. of G. V. .STORKEY, C. ROSS TATE, President. M. PRIEST. Junior Put Lodge Pride of Alberta, No..293. Son if Eigtorf tafft OMR POIMT OF VIEW Premier Koblin of Manitoba says! President Koosevclt is an Autocrat, j Well, Poblin ought to know, for hcj is'.a.. Prince of Av'.orral.s himself. Alberta docs right to support a j bounty for British Columbia lead.; is good for' British Columbia. is goon Tor Alfjcrta. Rev. Canon Cody, an eloquent To-1 voivto; divine, in a "speech sounded i these "Canada is a country' worth xrorking for nnd Canada can- not stand still." So it is bridge. It is a tfty JUST TO HAND Scrap Books, Photo and Post Card Albums, PicUire Post Cards, including the New Line of Etiter Cards. More of the Easter lines will arrive Wednesday evening. le Commences Tomorrow V -v And wUl Continue all next Week WHILE YOU ARE IN LOOK AT OUR DISPLAY of CROCKERY A LARGE ASSORTMENT JUST RECEIVED Mwt of PyrhiM Hall every tkinl Thnm-iiiy in at 8 p.m. brvthrcfi Walter Fred T. 5.71 v" each LETM BRIDGE i.OtAac. MO. C. B. 'P, O. E, Meeta ted and 4th 1'uesday 4 nonth at 8.15 p.m. E. A. M. PHIE8T. li. R. II illMIMIMIMIMMIT I. M. BANKS Whitney Of STATIONARY. ENGINEERS Meet in the Hall evckj and and fourth Mondays in tU monlh. "Empioyera eft- engineera out ol employ- ment, woaM do well to coremtiuicaU with- m. ROBERT NEVIN; Cbwf. 1 '9EO. ;