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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ^THBRIDGB HERALD raiNTING CO.. LTD. crvativa organ doo� not know what [repair shopa and car ahopa in the It In talking about. Senator Ix�ig-Ihced ia a C.P.U. nion "lock, stock, and barrel." D. AUSTIN, Editor aid MMager. JORDAN, SMpt of Job Dcpartmit '^Xn Advanca . Otharwisa SUBSCRIPTION: l.SO a year 2.00 a year Par Month ADVERTISINQ; . 91.00 Per IncU AX ANNOUNCEMENT. ' -'This woek Mr. W. A. Buchanan, �IMvcred bis connection with the Her-' aid as managing director. Sonic �'months ago he was oO'ci-cd- t)ic posi-'iion of provincial librarian and at-. ter much consideration decided to ac- v-j.ccpt the position and he left this ..week to take up his residence in Ed- � wn^ his finan- cial interest in the Herald. ' O. D. Austin, has resigned from the staff of the Central School, and assuiued the position of editor and . .manager ot the Herald. 1 The Herald will continue to be a persistent and faithful advocate of all that is good for Lothbridgo and . ^vSoutheru Alberta. It will support every~ movement for the advancement yof this city and the south country. :;sThc Herald will try to be fearless in the discussion of all public questions. 'When It considers any action on the part of a public organization, local. . provincial, or national is wrong, it ; Is going to say so, but when the /right thing is done, it is going to .stand by the people and bodies advocating it, loyally. -The Herald is in a better standing today than it ever was. Its sub �cription Ust is larger than any .weekly, in the province of Alberta- and -. that's a jproud claim, because the Herald is not yet a year and a half old. Week by week we intend to -improve the paper, so that it will vuppeal more strongly than ever to .the favor of the pcqjile. T. H. Woods, the Toronto niinn, who is going to manage the Calgary llerold. is a thoroughly competent newspaper man, having hnd training in both the business and editorial departments of large daily ijapers in the cast. Wo.t. Let our authorities keep their eyes on this proposition. It is worth having nnd other cities will bo aftei^ it. COrXTS ITEMS, If Calgnr.v does not get the pror vincial University, the blame is entirely upon itself. At thie time the location of the provincial capital was Under, discussion, it was evident to everybody in the province that Edmonton vvouid win the prize. Cai-gory should have made a deal then to relinauish its claims to the capital, in exchange for the university. There is no doubt but that such an arranjTcment could have been made. Calgary missed its opportunity at that time. OUR POINT OF VIEW The Calgary Herald stated one day rlastweek that it was going to be '-independent w politics and the very next day it was back to the Tory .fold. The Herald will have to go to school for a while and learn what Independence means. Genornl Uotha, so recently the gallant leader of Britain's most determined foes, and now Premier of the Transvaal by popular vote, is in London to attend the convention of Premiers. Determined as John Bull is as a conqueror, none arc so magnanimous in victory. He has callon upon a conquered people to "help stivngthen the provinces that the fortunes of war decided they could not control." CJeneral Botha says shat Britain will never regret the confldence placed in the Boor people. Knignr is dead and it may be so. The Boers have diffeienl loaders now. Tho'Nnnton News in wrirlng of J. TH. Bojd, western representative of the Manitoba Free Press puts "A Conscientious Newspaperman" as the heading, us if it were a strangething to find one. John D. nockefellcr has donated fifty millions for the enlightenment of the Chinese. Up goes oil a cent a gallon for American enlightenment AOIUCULTUBAL SOCIETY. The house pi'oblcm is one that concerns this city a great deal. W, and the tost was com,-inonced on tho fifth day of her period of lactation. The test was continued 64 doys .during which period every milking was watched, the quantity of milk weighed and samples taken and tested. *ho phenomenal yield was such that two separate tests were ordered-tho fli-st of 24 hours /and the second 48 hours-during which Tho cow was Under constaitt super  vision day and night. The best day llolsteln- ' in milk was \0!i pounds. The best day In butter a. "4 pounds. pi-esented Mr. Harrop with a dress-; time additional representatives v�re sent from the experiment station. ing-casc and a set of cuff-links. Tho quartette rendered sonvo of their selections together for probably' the last time. Mr. Harrop will be great-fy missed in musical circles, his fino tenor being alway)^ in demand and the I always freely given for the pleasure of his friends. He intends entering tho piano and organ business with his brother in Vancouver. ' The horse that can see the cause ot the .noise is less likely to be frightened than tho one that can noi. Anyone who can go to bed and sleep comfortably with bis stock fighting, squealing, and pilingi trying to keep warm, is not fit to own a mongrel, lot alone a pure bred of any kind. Shelter is a tfiA 8a\Br. Albert Cook ot Coleman died at Coleman from opium poisoning. It is sold that the opium den is run openly. and from nUNTSVILLE. Mrs. Hunt, Sr., has been very ill with la grippe nnd still is in a serious condition. W. Hunt is moving into his new residence this month. Mr. Nottljton from Sault Ste. Marie, Oht., has recently settled in the Kcho lake district. A temporary school has been started by the settlers at Koho Lake. 'Miss Warren is in charge and school is being hold in E. Oleason's house. The church services have been-largely attended during the fine weather. Four  now families have recently located in' Huntsville, being a part of the American invaders. Land seekers have been very plenti ful in this district lately. Messrs. Heighcs and Pillsbury and the former's sons of Coaklalo have taken up homesteads just south of Huntsvlllo. COALDALE NEWS. H. A. Suggitt returned home Friday evening from Denver, Col. Miss G. Larson is out from Leth-bridge. . S: Hjleimstad spent Sunday at home, but he returned to. his homo-stead again Monday. R. White is back again after spending the winter at. Omenee, N.D. Mr. and Mrs. James ond Mr. and Mrs. McKeun visited friends here Thursday. Miss Mue Heighes spent Sunday HOUSE FOR SALE. 14 roomed house, used as boarding house, three lots adjoining. Price 3^500. Sl,500 cash, balance on easy toinu). Apply Box R,, Herald Office. CARD OF THANKS. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hopkins wish to express their appreciation of the sytnpathy extended to them by their friends during their recent bereave meiit in tho death of their .infant daughter. Mayor Ashdown recently negotiated a loan for $3,500,000 for Winnl-peK. Can Vou Be