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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta f. tf J v i- f- v Lcthbridgc Herald MI NTINQ >TO. W.A; u4 Editor. SUBSCRIPTION Sn "Advance- a year 92.00 year 'Motherland the people of tko little But they are independent nations, as indepen- dent of Great Britain as she is of them, It is true that in dealing with' foreign countries, these British independencies consult the wishes and interests of the mother- country, but on the other hand, the iaother coun- try consults the wishes and interests of these colonies when deal- ing with foreign countries t in the ADVERTISING MontK f 1.00 AGRICULTURAL TRAINING One oi'the. greatest problems Sng the educational authorities of, province is that of so educating matters of "empire. There was a I time when the British government i j j did jiot follow this course but today self-governing colonies are as independent" British uati.ons'iu equal partnership with -the other iu- British nation called ( I Britain. turned yesterday from Mfcfrath whi- ther they went to" attend the birth- day .celebration of our respected ex- citizen, Win. Wood. There is always a family, reunion upon this occasion and needless to say a happy time with the big and Httlo branches of the "Wood Mr. Wm. who has been ill for a couple of weeks past, is recov- ering slowly and his many friends will be pleased to hear that he ex- pects to be out next week. V number of families have been this week for measles; Jund mumps. Messrs. Chas. and Fogg un-J headed two cars of effects Thursday! in-ening and they departed for the Hills morning. WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN of It is true tho conditions surrounding the industry in Alberta are more favorable than in other provinces but the chances of success in the towns At are. raising the old cry ihe vouth of rural districts as to that the number of unemployed in them on the farm. It is true Eastern, Canada is due to the tariff present government. This is another example of the inconsist-j of argument used by this party, j government is ac Thev will locate on the Cochrane ,A CONSERVATIVE ARGUMENT j wit-i-iAiid. Jtnnmuo BHT.nn Some of the ConstrvaUve speakersjCandtdats the Democratic Nom.; Messrs. Gardiner and McKendrick inatJon for President of the United States THE CARDSTON BUDGET ;are removing their effects to the Kim j balJ Dairy preparatory to commenc- ing operations''there some time next j week. DIAMOND CITY NEWS srnd cities are also greater than of keeping the'same tariff as other provinces. But it is essential fthe Jate Conservative government and -the best and strongest minds nest of making a tariff ihatj be used to develop "what must everjis causing hard times in the couu Cardston, May special meet-j Diamond City, April Ka- j tie Keller has returned from a vj- ;fce the leading Industry of this pro- jl viace. How to do this is Tine agricultural -college the life of the student too late al- though It is valuable in jfarmers of those who ure so IT the youth are to be given a taste Jor the agricultural life it must be while he is still in the poblii school. To accomplish this a strong- -and interesting course of study ia y demand a high tariff as jwas held in the town council cham-jsit with her parents. ber on Thursda v for the I o t r u a' t c- A- Johnstoi the committee s the preparation of f Johnston and Archibald and Miss Keller made This woman gays she was saved from an operation by .Lydia E. Piukham's Vegetable Compound. Mrs. Frank Einsley, Lindsay Ontario, writes to Mrs. Pinkham: When 1 wrote to you some ago, I WM a- very sick woman suffering from female troubles. I had inflamma- tion of the feminine organs and could not stand or walk any distance. At last I WM confined jto my bed and the doctor said I would have to go through an operation, but I refused to do. I friend ad vised Lvdia E. Pinkham'a i Vegetable Compound. After using three bottles of it, I feel like a new woman. I most heartily recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to all suffer with female women who t Mljkt III Mitty Watch our windows for, displays bedroom suites. We cau furnish your bed- room completely as we carry splendid itock of carpet squares, curtains, shades, etc. TURPIN FUINITUH CO. Tbe Store When CasJi Covets Everyone had a good m are for a booklet or me limted btates lorget- e, lor general distribution, times are a good deal harder The President, Mr. M. Woolf, Vi D. Beach. Secretary, A. The McAllister Bros, a trip of employment, closed down, prices money is scarctj to a absolutely unknown in this If, as they claim, the tur-j iff has to do with the- finan- i0! FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound, made from xbots and herbs, has been the standard remedy for female ills, the Also Harry Johnston and Mr. Jas. out in the country about seventeen or eighteen miles for cattle today. Mr. Eugene Laberdiere and Miss Johnston were over from New land tion, tumors, irregularities, CRASSEY LAKE dance. time. H. A. -Drigfts LethbYidge Mrs. Adam Galgor laat and Magrath on Friday on business, week 'from Regina_ where fce returned last night. three weeks visiting relativee "and' old Mi. Galvin and his three sons-came friends. up from Grand Dak., last Mr. and Mrs. week to their homesteads.' They, have Friday, May l, a daughter. a, car eoniinjj loaueu with impie- "r ments and horses. E. Venville wlks out to his home- Stead'every night after business hours. He is doing a good business in fur- niture. Fogdrud was suddenly taken ill last week. He went to Lethbridge s, backache, that b ing-doTrnfeehiig, flatulency4ndiges- COLEMAM NEWS Cricket-enthusiasts, of whom there seeui to be quite a number In Cote- maii. have decided not to bo outdone by the lovers oi lawn bowling, .foot- ball or tennis. They have a splen- did outfit of bats, balls, stumps, mat ting, gloves, etc., worth con- siderably over one hundred dollars of its art )f text books and qualifications along this 5 are, absolutely luscessary. Ths f course, of training -Tor the diers be prepared to 'meet thi-> neces- j for. -when all is said and -ioii'i. j scheme rests conditions in this city and district -orlth. the teacher. At present the i'l-fare those of "a sound and sensible: of the educational system