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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta iyaepsis of tlie J bans for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. leases of Bcsuinicn liands for purposes secured is that portion of of Alberta, SautTi boujKiary of Toscn- 28 and in the Bdour- of the Province of OR. P. W. TULLER PHYetCLAJKr AND SimO-EOW Hock. noonj to y. wu; to p. m. DR. C. C. CRAGG PHYSIC1AK AJID STTHGSON Ofttov over Drug; 3tap Pfcome QHce 123. He use 94. Office to 11 a.m., 1.30 i ments on the streets now, Jlr. Ives 3Ir. Ritchie thought it very curious that property which was supposed to have been given to the city in '1SS5 j? condeninaS. speaker hekl that the public should have in- formed of. the intention of .the coun- cil to extend the limits. Aid. Ives was not in favor of the present extension and had so express- ed himself at the council meeting. The bylaw, might be amended as to the kind of buildings to be erected within the limits. Mr. Ires thought the paper nuisance was a standing disgrace. An incin- erator should be put in as soon as possible. It was ridiculous seeing a scavenger wearing a'big mit and car- shodld be reclaimed. All the more frying a sack trying to pick up loose so in view of the fact that the Cottn- {material off the streets. In his opin- ion strenuous measures should in improving it. Hobt. Simmons though1 thought tnat spent wisely. tlie taxes Good streets -ar- a League would act as a safety valve for the i chronic and "growsers." j In the speech of the evening he ad- be taken at once. Mr. Case also found fault with, the E. W. KINGSTON, (Rear of G-. H. Johnston's Store) the work .should Lave been spread over the past five years. The money should be spent where Fur Overcoats relined from wil1 do tbe most city s best advertisement. In o1.... i the cause oi the residents of city something had to be done in ihjs t, TT, -the ftorth Ward. He thought the regard. Ihe estimates this vear were i work of a committee should not be e u kept from a committee is' usually adopted and were not able to express council for extending the fire- limits and not letting tbe public know of its intention of doing so. A motion by Messrs. Harold and Case that a Ratepayers Association be organized was carried and the following officers were elected pro tem. President, David King; vice- president, Howard Case; secretary, Weekly Free- PreSS prairie Farmer, Winnipeg Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal Lethbridge Herald "Sunny Alberta's Best THESE THREE REGULAR PRICE Suits cleaned and pressed 1.25 Pants 25 Your own goods made into suits from..............14.00 Estimates given for all alterations, repairs, etc. Mr. Ives also spoke of the an opinion until made a bylaw. to be derived from a market. In tbe juse of gravel for the streets- fire department new >-.pparatus' of it was found within a mile necessary for the protection I he j the city, city. This in turn woall necessitate a new fire hall. The the report was j J. -L. Colder. He advocated the J it was decided to have a more rep- resentative meeting before a. commit- Plen- of B.C. MOORE: Director and to Prestyterian Church. Office Pfeone 102. Residence 1K5. A ROMANTIC MARRIAGE Ottawa Man Weds Young Lady Who Nursed Him Saranac, N. Y., March lormal announcement that Miss Mar- gneritte E. McMullen ,member of a leading family of Schnecady, N. Y., and Mr. Frederick George Hay, son of the President of the Bank of Ottawa., married last October, has come as a surprise to the members of the Adirondack winter colony, among tho bride and bridegroom were; known. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the L'abor Hall every sec- ond and fourth Mondays, in the month. Employers requiring certificated en- gineers, and engineers oat of employ- ment, would do well to communicate with us. ROBERT NEVTN, Chief. GEO. BRUCE, Secretary. 13-lvr CHILD BURNED TO DEATH Huntsville, Ont., March five year old daughter oi W. J. Fletcher, of Raven Cliffe" set the house on fire 1'ast night while play ing round the kitchen stove while the parents were absent. She receiv- ed fatal injuries dying within an hour. C. P. R. INSPECTOR KILLED Nelson. March J. McKon- tvji.s length. Asked by T. S. Harold The street in front of the post of- viMfice was cited as dn example Of what coat of do_ ing directly to what lay heaviest on regarding j his heart, Mr. Nimmons drew atten- the employment of unskilled laboTin j tion to the lack of attention given to the city, Mr. Ives held that the civic the Ward. He claimed that be working and j the council should have been more salary. If the! comprehensive in its policy and should have regarded the needs of the whole city. The people in his employees should should. earn their council had a man in its employ, if work in his line was to be done and. he had spare time on his hands, he j district were not looking for as much should do it. In preparing estimates as should be given to the centi'e of Mr. Ives advocated a large expendi- the city but they had been looking in tee was -elected. Mr. Ives threw out suggestions as to the course of action to be' follow- ed to complete the organization and advised as to the method of work. A vote of thanks was tendered to Mr. Ives for his assistance and ad- vice in the movement. Much enthusiasm was displayed throughout the meeting. The organ- ization will hold another meeting in the near future of which due notice will be-given. Persons wishing to join should leave their names with tbe secretary, J. L. Colder, at the i City Bakery. j AN njtkiOtl IIEETS THE SPECIAL WANTS OF CLASSES OF HEADERS. The Western Canadian reading public is made up chiefly of these ea: Persons who have lived in the west for any lengthy period and out-and-out "Westerners, and recent arrivals from the Old Country, from the "United States and Eastern Canada. Perhaps no one newspaper could with complete satisfaction to. all tkese classes but by this combination offer every special need is met. The Weekly Free Press and Prairie gives a complete record by week of all happenings in the Provinces. In addition it has special departments for American and' British settlers. The Fam- ily 'Herald a-nd Weekly Star suppliesthe former resident of Eastern Cana da with the news of the Eastern portion of the Dominion in forta and the Herald provides the local Western news, which you cannot do without. ............-...........................190 L-ETHSTtTBGE KEBALD: Find enclosed for -which send rae Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer, Winnipeg; Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal; and Letb- bridgie Herald, for one year each. FARM HAND GETS FORTUNE Remembered Life of Because He Saved the Fellow Immigrant Miss McMullen, who has been pro-Uie. of this city, C. P. R. bridge in minent in_ Schnectady society, on the sp'-ctor was instantly killed this morn- >f "her physician has spent the! Rt bridge 47-5 near Cascade in of her time in the past few years 'tn? boundary district. was in Adirondacks. Mr. Hay, whojom this morning -with a wrecking bas boon in Adirondacks for about a I trairi to haul some displaced cars on tho tn'ick. The bip steam derrick 3rear, served in the Ottawa Fusiliers. The young couple first met last spring at a health resort known Fletcher's in six miles from 3--ir- anac Lake. Hay fell ill and Miss Mc- Mullen, having seen many similar ca.5e.-i (luring her stay in the. moun- i tains. volunteered as temporary i K-'nzit was at work replacing the cars at the point, in question when it collapsed and turned over falling on McXen-, killing him instantly. Deceased was forty years old and leaves a three little children. Mc- was a Mason and member of Chicago, March A dispatch to the Eecord Herald from Tacoma says 'To have saved the life of a fellow immigrant in a wreck in- 1873 and thirty-five years later to have read in a" newspaper plastered on the wall of a homestead shack an advertise- ment which led to his becoming the recipient of a fortune of is the experience of Peter Anderson, aj farm hand who resides near White Bluffs, Washington. Anderson yester- day received a cheque for to enable him to go to New York to car- COLEMAN NEWS th out the final transfer of friend was Peter legal formalities in the fortune. His Knud.sen who made Funeral of the Late Mr. Larson At- tended by Fraternal Societies Services Coleman, March funeral of Edward Larson, who died Monday afternoon, took place on Wednesday at three o'clock from the hospital. Tho remains were first taken to the Institutional Church which filled by the cortege. Tha Rev. Mr. Mur- ray preached a suitable sermon after which the members of the Eagles gave a short but very im- pressive ceremony peculiar to their U. S. TROOPS GO TO MINES in New Jersev. the glove business in TO CARRY AUTO RACERS nurse. As soon as Hay was able to1'1'" Brotherhood of Railway Train be up ;uid around the young folks Ingdale, on October ,30, and were, mar- ricd. Not, until recently did their 'rel- atives learn of the marriage. TO Toronto, WIND March UP FIRM -Motion for Seattle, March Gray, man- ager of the steamship Corwan which sail.-; fn-mi Nome the 10th and which enjoys the distinction of being tiie first boat into the northern port year- ly for the last six years has received a telegram from the representative of i.lur three leading automobiles in the Now "York lu is uuio asking for reservetions for men and machines winding up Menzie, Wall Pin per Coy. (on tho vessel. The automobilists -T. W. McClnir and family have re- turned from spending the winter at'Pending n Angeles. They will go out to 'potiations in single court at Osgoode this morning but was adjourned their ranch near meeting of creditors, arc still in progress for the ro-orcrnmntion of tho company. wish to charter the vessel for the trip from Nome to the Siberian coast and this Mr. Gray has agreed to. He cxpcctf-s to land the automobilists in Siberia in .Tune. order. This through, the march to the cemetery began. Next to the hearse walked the officers and mem- bers of the local lodge of the of A. Then came the Eagles lodge in full strength. After them came the Oddfellows in their splen- did regalia, followed by many other people. Arriving at the grave those in front spread out, allowing the Oddfellows to march through when after the minister had concluded the 'burial services of the church the beautiful ceremony of the lodge was gone through in consigning, the body of brother to the earth. The occasion being thought a fitting To Preserve Order at Treadwell Mines Where a Strike is On Seattle, "Washington, March Troops have been ordered from Fort Seward at Haines, Alaska, to pre- serve order at the Treadwell Mines on Douglas Island, where eight hun- dred miners have gone out .on strike. The troops are due to arrive ,at j j Treadwell today as serious trouble is anticipated. United States Mar- j shall Shoup, who has just returnee1: from Washington, left last night for the scene of 'the trouble on receipt of dispatches from his chief deputy. The miners have threatened to blow up the works if troops are fcinded on the island. Ten kegs of dyna- mite were-stolen yesterday from the mine stores. Col. Green in com- mand of one company of the Tenth, Infantry, left Haines Last night with! a gattling gun and should reach the mines today. The other company stationed at Fort Soward has been ordered to be in readiness to reinforce the first i i The Lethbridge Herald High-class Job Department NOTHING IN STORY Catherines, Ont., March one, the members of the three lodges I Chit-f of Police' Parnell denies that repaired to th brief addresses Kucries' hall where voicing- fraternal fel- young Armenian has be-.-n grossly illtrcated -and that he had been tied j to "the railway track. He in-1 lowship were marie by different mem- bers of the societies congratulatory j vesti.cation proves that upon the good fellowship existing bo- man's companions twccn them and the benevolent work bei-ng done these and other and elsewhere .similar bodies. by the been young caring for him to tho best of their ability. The young man is suffering from brain trorblo. Is ?iow prepared to .cater to the needs of the District of Southern Alberta. If you need Commercial or Office Stationery if you are con- templating holding a Concert, Ball, or other form of enter- ment; if you want badges fcr Football, Baseball, Lacrosse etc.; in fact, if you want any kind of Printing done and done in firsi-class style, send your orders to the Herald Job Department. All orders from the district will be exe- cuted promptly and expressed where possible, with mail following receipt of orders ;