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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, 'ALbiRTA M O M 0 AY M A R C H 1 I til 'E. DtUy Herald nict to agitato loi a ijtilroad. We knew that country had been growing fast "but never realized that there i w'as anytliing like thnt number of THE CARDSTON BUDGET fanners in that" Citrdston, March evening Tho next! the Dominion Comedy Co., presented iua phiy j census wiU show a wonderful growth their jolly three-nc the population of Lethbridge 1 Whilti the attejuhu Printed by the-Daily Herald Printing j district-. every lawful evening ut j, oftice. Round St., Lcthbridgon Cumiiiijrhiun's interview in the ii.__i _ Alberta, Canada. BUCHANAN, Managing Di rector and Editor. Toronto 'iVlt'trriim, reproduced in to- ID.Ttild. is worth nmny dollars the aiU-nihwce was not large those prosem certainly had good vu- lue in the amountof mirth.civalinjfi 'action and dialogue presented. Thp company's guarantee to keep all LETHBRIDGE GETS A GOOD BOOST Even ing Telegram.) "i had an Idea the West was the only phico' ah'ead until was rcnJly k >our town lust fuiiy CUITU-U out. _____ this city, if every citizen, who j laughing TSub.cnption Ratse I a trip east or across the The specialties given year, delivered would push ihe city to the front.that} higher order than those KO -T-mJihri1'- Alfoortu. of a compixn- BETTKK montho, delivered.. LQQ UH ,mleh publicity us Kdmonton u-s. Daily; one month, delivered .35 Daily, one year, by mail S.OOi Daily, six mouths, by mail I.75J------- j After our recent nee scare natural- Daily, three 'months, by mail .85; The yards at tho rear of some ofjjy i-nm.-x serious consideration as to sired; but both new must be given. Subscribers will please Herald, one year places are Addresses changed as often as de-; i..., sirod: but both new and old address ual J si-altered all about remit with match or a the m-f.'d for more equipment 1-lub- i ,-m. Olir vuhmtecr tire brigade. and aj yesterday the mayor and council Council7 and of Trade, seen at the Kiag JMward "Why, I hardly know Toronto1. It's fifteen years since 1 was here before. I remember I-rowed over to Centre and what is now a beau- tiful nark was pr'mdl'ally a sandbar1 with most ot ihe willows no bigger than tho sup.ings vised in J AUSTRALIAN ONIONS CALIFORNIA CABBAGE GRAPE FRUIT V ORANGES LEMONS APPLES spark .would -.soon set i upon the oiler made order which bhould be given for a H fire that might jjy Vr. y. W. Libby of Calgary, rop- Ollt business heart of the fabliau Kubber Com. a Order.- Cll-'- "A 5u KSLVi's Irders may be seut direct or through we :nv told tind we hope this hint any newsdealer. Address commiin- i wju somo 0{ Our more-haul? at somo the sake of decency pa.Dy for 000 feet of huso. The May- or and council are determined to it nized by all citizens and the rate- endorsc the action to accumulate the way f powers certainly to this end. Robert Young, manager of the in-'i pl'iVSONALS vestment department of the Canadian! If our friends who favor us with man- j health imywtiy rubbish should not uficript for publication -wish to have rejectod articles returned thoy 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 oilice, by phone or other- wise, at the'earliest, possible mo-1 ment, so that prompt delivery may I be ensured. To ensure change of contract adver- tisement in the Daily tkrald, copy should be sent in not later thim 0 place an order for the before men- tioned amount of now hose, and Rood lllo (lvlll is cjoswi wjth this company 01 not. The need for such is recog- l.ife Assurance Co., says: "The prevailing rates of interest are S per cent, in Manitoba and 9 cent, in Saskatchewan and Al- berta, it is expected, in fact al-! .most assured that the rate of in-} terest will be in a few months." The good people of Magruth- have had frequent visits from Cardston's of late. Friday's train re- turned Mr.'K.-'.T. Wood and K. llar- ker. As both have relatives there no doubt the was im enjoyable one, J'cfore returning a, drive was made to wire fencing "Haitian's wasn't much of a Coney KliLiiu then, citlier. DID GOOSE'.LAY CIOLIIEX EUG3 "But it's tho city proper that am- azes me" most: AH those goose pas- tures west ami north have been convened into well p.ived streets and j lined, wllh splendid homes. "Where is th-8, goose that laid tho golden eggs and made, all this pos- siblc? "Is it your manufacturing indus- try? RECEIVED liie Benoey Co. ltd. WUesaie ivi hbll report- j a tmncnflous trcstlc> somc. Freddit-d is a son of a man Lind-l cd their studies and ovcr a mile', and 310 fcct say, who went out a few days ago', Koofl and spirits. hjgU wafcr Tho for a doctor to attend his wife and; _ I rn-tr. foundntions. are pretty wclllaid now, work h.iyirig progressed all. through the mild winter. Our tem- perature bus averaged 40 to 50 above zero, with only one'cold snap so ur this year, whon the'" mcrcurj: dropped to o above. "Our Hoard of "Trade is very .active Like Toronto. Lethbridge is strongly jtn favor of civic "ownership of public Without a hitclf and-without a flaw On "the 30th I'll make the draw H. HATR, of the JEfciyr Transfer, begs to annonnce that on the clay of March the draw will take place to decide the winner of the magnificent Eldridge Sewing Machine Will.thosc who have not yet put tLeir 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 yon to a" chance. mm jr to Dixon 9 I Transfer Co.. Phone 180 Box 27 LETHBRIDGE '-OUut NO. 36 C. B.-P. O. _E. Meets 2nd and 4th x'uesday -f each month'at 8.15 p.m. E. A. SHARMAN, DRIEST. E. R. Secretary. New. Business SHOO RY ROCKERS N STEFL WAGONS GO CARTS Foundations' have laid, and work is bring pu.shefl ns rnpidly as possil.Ie townnls the? erection of n W.OQO school building at Warner. j utilities. We have at the present About twelve carloads of settlers' j limc a civjc xvaterworks sys- J-1 eflocts nmchcfMVniwr during the first negotiations are now tm- uy.eks in Morch. some from diff- wny owning and op-j Ajcront poiuUs in Canada, Minnesota. crrtling oxu, clcctric plant asi f jlowrt, Michigan, the and ttcll as tbc sllppiy, VIC.YT AW. Cunningham is right Icind of..a Lctbbridpe is going to be a great- distributing centre and Calgary can- not prevent it. DOLt CAftS SAND PAILS 2nd CHILDREN'S GARDEN SETS l! pounirv mrvrr nrc arriving nearly every day. These The lerta Railway and InijjitiM Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET Letfge NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet ind and fourth .Mondays in -tUn month. Employers requiring certificated en- gineers, and engineers out of employ- ment, .-.would do .well to communicate with us. ROBERT KEVIN, Chief. GEO. BRUCE, SecreUry. 44-lyrd-w j in that vicinity and are locating car-' it jp siatcd ftt Darner that jly so to get a pood start for ai, excellent oponinR there for! I their crops. first class 2 i Ivcmn-wcll Kgan at hnxV ropnil. shoi, clcvalor. flour mill.; i isold the lumber yard llmt point Aiso it ;s thought that this would! J company who will carry about! be a pood point for some good COX A _ _ -L The first thing know. Calgary will Ixi .asking the 0. P; K. not to c.irry freight out of Lethbridge. daylight trains, passing j through this city the travelling pub- lic will be nhlft -to idoa of the size and importance of Leth- "Seeing is .believing." The Herald was surprised to learn the other day.that.tvro hundred farm- ers hod." gathered in the Bowville dis- Are a few of tbe arririJs tM last few lays a. stock and uho say their! tographer to locate. aim will be to give the settlers, thci j .._ _ r i best possible treatment. I j Material was on the ground in j March for a block cement side walk i j to put in at Warner. i A harness maker has purchased! ground for a shop at Womev with the intention of nutting up a. bu55d.' nncJ opening up business r in. a' TKKIWf-flWlH Y inff at the people state ;orc. First-dass Cafe TIKI mmt Slwn Ortkr Idwttii Ntals CARROLL DOYLE Uts Nortk rt tke bilml M M if MMatoU. Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each Photos One-third cash, one-third 6 months, bularice 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum Ml Mptin Ci. (M MMrtlp, fc. HANDFORD ;