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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta W: 4 j Lethbndge Herald 'CO., LTD. irector And Editor. SUBSCRIPTION in Advance 1.50 year if Qtheriwse ,y -1 them "but in a years, it J will be ..impossible., iv-s y j streets ttxat likely rnl-t ways; be residential streets will also have to IHJ removed, in a good many cases at least. in order Djat tho f streets may be properly graded.v We 1 fully appreciate the objections of ci- j tizens -to. the necessity, of such action I' I being taken but these sti-eets must be our streets are to Uc uni- I A MOTHER NIWI a year 4'orm. On this luat'er we have wither to ADVERTISING jstanu. still or go'aheart, "If stand j Per Month SIM per VVt-' i-iust be co-aunt to look up-; ._ lotl that will never be a credit to the city. If we want to eo ahead city 'clothes, -we must j i suffer, the loss of g few trees and have i lour- We belk-ve die gliding.. the: The American Stttier April "party was given, at Crist l-Ingen's, 12 mile's east of Bmvyiiie, Wednesday 'April 8. ,A very" pleasant time was spent i dancing ii; -his new store building. those yres-cnt were }tr, ami Mrjs. Hill of LJtUe 1'ow, Bert Buck, Chas. and Chus. Sinoot. From were Will Fry, lieimie Brun- There- is no better tune thau the jwold, Clarence Degroff, Ed. Reynolds, jpre.se.ut for Dads council to get Cart llurde. Andrew j putting in the sewers that- they re- and George Green, the two {ct-ntlj decided to compel. citv rlatter rendering the-rmusic. The Bow- is getting too big to not have th jville ladies present -were Miss -Ella t sower "connections to everv 'and Olga Branvoid and Hiss Peter-f where it is ut all possible. 7s- one that demands that the, gray matter of right-thinking' men' should get "busy to .solution for the problem is "decidedly against the the city to have peo- ple lea-vuifT us every day, as they are, simply because there are no houses, to rent or that, those which to rent are, placed, beyond their reach "by an exorbitant rental. I have been telling Dad that it would be a gcod scheme for the council.to .grant 'a full or partial exemption of taxes for a certain term of years (o the man son. A siunptuoub supper was serv- and everyone present sajs that when !Mr, Kngen gives another party trtey hope .they will be invited.- Wiil Fry and Bennie Vandervold jwere Clttreshohn visitors 'Saturday the gallant nieiui streets -wiir beautify? Uio city morel ber-' und -On- than, people, iimtginel connection .tar Jo, who is likely to'be the The we understand the HOW many American women in j A given in Bowville hall dl fcavo in view the i lonely homes to-day long" for this i by the Swerdfergers for the benefit f; them ier of, militia in thc- next Couserva-! "Droverlujicnr, fiercely opposed t outl the IJon. Frank Oliver's bill to prevent .trees and. grass. "At present we Hindus and Japanese from j have only a good jwulevard here'and into'the .Dominion w-.-v" nt and the pushed his oppo; -of an amendment Blessing to corn? -into their lives, and f ef to he able to utter these irords, but Mrs. ouot, because of some organic derange- ment this happiness Is denied them.; Eyeiy "woman interested in this jtyr' .L Bow. Miss Bofaier, who would Vive I houses suitable for entnl for a certain number of years And, us ulso not to charge-a rental I said; this ft time to get it beyond a certain percentage of thu It would pay the vve spent }cUy to take this little piece of friend years in advice as sthe indirect revenue from the city and for some time huve had jhaving au increased population would done. There 'are at present quite a cost of election. number months of and men some who of them work. They are pretty hard- up 'more thau compensate for and as tiiey htxve been contributing any sacri- the city would make. "It is, to the fo: jnonvhs be-ponged shame the are tlMjcooii (hues went back OHt by huirtlords" anil them -it is only right that the city should provide far as possible for the council; should sorru'thinc; to relieve the situation. them by- giving them corporation uniformity, niust either be satisfied with t ladies Burnished supper floor I those who arc. ---'.a-Very-plea made an unwarranted at- tack upon, the character or Americans come "across "the border and' settled'. appointed for giving f -----f O wCl- i. r i i. ww tttt; im jj our prwent sheets and j WJI0ML introductions. _ L. B. Cry i trws wmoa-bavp or support a welknesf peculiar-to'mj sex, I good way as usual managed the m Ins 1 j Speaking- of floor i -union" labor on-the per- son represented the title of a The oae AVj3a city- work reminds mt of the pickle f Bad go't into the other day. Some upon eral In his -statement. Here is the text of CoL Sam's re- WfLLifO TO- INVESTIGATE female troubles, antfmy physician failed "Xersdnally I would much' Sir JVilirid Laxudec has al'.vavs been I-vdiaE. Pinkham's Vege- A Hindu who has served favor of clean won tho prize. Air. Air. Hayes second, i contest AlisK Flossie Hi Ky., r 1 was a T-err areat sttfferer from in the ranks of the urmiss oC; never" failed to respond to the de- j mother.'' 'Britain to'a galvanized. Yan-, of the Opposition for an FA0TS FOR SICK WOMEN kee who.has been, an anarchist in i forward "eliarges thirty years Lj'dia-Ei Pink- his own. huid and "has come to the that could be Therefore, Jiam's Vegetable 'Compound., made most-names" sou won first _hr the Bean one playwl a joke on Pad by phoning iconwsl -UISR Brady and Air. {him that the iittie shed for the hose Tcnnajlt vvon the ladies' and Sun- hbridge Over'on the V.-estniinsier School! At twelve o'dJck a grounds had Will Fry and Beanie Brandvokl left j Dad for- Granum Alonday-afternoon. !chief tJiat there would be an awful "accident occurred Air. roast coming to the council'for on Monday and been blown down by daillTy hmch was Sl'r''w1' I was as scared ,us thj IJtf XViUl You Til1 using Stares where het hits done "his ;has granted a Uoyal Comaussioii from TOOts and herbs, has been the across, th tordisrupt thaiv-repubiic, and J iiiTesfigate tli- alleged wrongdoing.; standard remedy for female- ills, irJie -crosses over to Canada, r on straighten it up before; e did 11OL cdnr for j they were somewhere about half way'lhc get to know of home -lnit stayKl to jrH.! Little Bow "Little Dan" oft to see the wreck but up up his mind to cive'the boysifouad ThlU !t not blown down: Prayer was held by .Mr. -GET THIS TRADE MARK AND YOU GET SATISFACTION There t's no bedding', fast as good" 45 Alaska bedding. No copy is as good as the original, never was, never can be. Why should the up-to particularhousekeeperbe satisfied 'with a mat- tress "just _as good''., 'when she can secure the reil th e stance xd 'whereby other makes.are measured. Sold and guaranteed by all furniture dealers. Write for dainty art calendar Atas.- kan'' to your local dea.- er or direct to B scare so he Iaid down in thbiit was only about a foot inore orfCoX scream and commenced to roll out o> Just now it looks! ,A prairic fire was. in As he, got to his Us if it needed a ffuy ropo to stay it. U'ay on Monday. A north-west 'rtv now have tht owing- swept the to upbuild the welfare, morality, and is to keep things, health. dignity--of- this country than a turmoil and educate the public zhe class of imported animals. I >Co 'order' it. Many of these are not worthy J of the names of human beings. taon, dizziness or nervous prostration. cut "Why don't you try it j 3fr. Mrs. invites all sick women to write her for advice. She has guided thousands to _ in some places. there is something the seeks engender suspicion, not party, should there be around. _ all tan-led up in the harness, i 'rtv now have tht'caU rxvind Rowing swept it across >ovs hsA to uchttch thc civic carpenters and on and Picture Buue-l- til -J. _ .the straps and make Dan scramble out j.o the nextl shore, .leaving- the boys and buggy j-we'-- a at carpentering, sitting- in the middle of the stream, I but as- luck, would have it Chas. I considered the.il too busy he might as j nut. tw _ w-ims. -T Burns and Ghas. Smith were near by 'these people are admitted, while sol- 5uch. ior the very palpably reason guilty mea found so far! The Cranbrook Jterald says East i t-h 'v 'etched their buggy-up to Kootenay liberals want Dr. Eong, boys' and puUed them ac- the present local menibtr, to contest'ross "to the other side where the mea- Kootenay for the House of Commons lark' was singing "'In the "Good to succeed W. A. Galliher. jsociati did not j. J. Kearus, of ,-Vrrhur. defeated J. ;D. 'Bailey, of Toronto, in the contest I f or the presidency of the Canadian" Katepaj-ers As- Lacrosse Association by 17 votes. e Dad's son to I _ SOLE AGENTS Turpin Furniture Co about and to get lYom they would be in a sad way for sonic thing to Talk about. walking in fear and 1 have been trembling be- j who have served in British.! ______-_______; t________ .anrrr are excluded, not allowed to !IlaTe been appointed by the- Con- Harmond Rustler: Aliss Thompson. some land and turned serrative achninistration. The time left 'yesterday for where Pete Brandlcv ofjiur Conservative friends, dispense -vvith the ser-ishc will spend, her. Easter ,-of ihe ilk "of "Sam Hughes especially. of men who fail to understand the guest of Air. and 3Irs. J. A. Sij- jt -the s jof Burnett Lang's, store during afe get their house built. MOHFI INCUBATORS Brooders and Supplies YOU WANT a hatcher that does not require watching and m which the heat is perfectly automatically regulated THE MODEL eonteiss the siest perfect he-it -controller, in existence. Strong yet active, sensitrve yet perfect in action Endorsed and used in more Dominion Government Colleges and Experimental Stations than altour competitors combined The Ontario College. 6-uelph Dominion College. Ottawa AgncQltnral College, Truro, X.S.: Experimental Bowmnnville. .Ont-: Andover, KB.; Union River Bridge. P.E.I.: Cliicontmii. Que.: Edmonton. Alta. Igent for Alberta H. C. RICHARDS. Box 1273, Calgary G-oods Shipped from Calvary J I Burnett's absence. is back at 3Ir. Lung's Frank pstabiishment. same spec's as they do. The Lord Mayor's son has nothing 3fr. W. the editor of the I the organization except that local p aper was leadint; his. its members often talk like lot of team have been where it is as an agricultural centra had it not been, for the people who came over here from the Unitetl States and {prcferre'J settled. Col. Huehfs is welcoraa to th dus, but none of them for us. cans as settlers, "To gave Geo. F. Hoot, the Red Deer, a j he said Iw j H. nex1 them Ont.. April him in thi-- except for a Conservatives nominattd Dr.E.-slight soreness he :s able to be ar- Hindus to the Amen" for the ound as usual. r OT( M year in the council to see where the kick comes anr then they would choke off a lot of their gas. I do JOKE ON ROYALTY LET US LOOK AHEAD of clothes. A deputation is to wait upon the! that, cicy council tonight to protest, ag- mor'c the Doukhofjors" is a _____ heading !a the Toronto Giobe. Xb- j (Toronto Globe.) thing- makes then move faster as far The Prince of Wales Is-fond of tell- as we know than tho sight of a suit I ing a good story on himself in con- fire is raging south- 1 not that the Lord has sufficient, f grudge against the city to'allow some of them to he but if Ilei school house Sunday morning'at lijeVer does allow such a tohap-{ 'o'clock and church in-the evening. !PCn He wil1 havo to help the cit-r to east of today. "Sunday school was held in the, Scraig preached the ser-! ic- They run away from' noction with, hk visit to Ottawa some f.-w years ago. Tbe fire north of Bowville burnt A nuisance that is go- j the removal of r I II Wars His Highness is- an en-, ucross Perth's horse pasture- Tuesday to bc Almost as had as the over-j am., the removal or anj OL the trees Som. ot these days we will have a thusilu4 bicvclist whilfr at, and Wednesday. -n-es I have taken a! on thc Cameron ranrfi. Hall a veiy prominent mem_. Tuesday there was quite an excite-icrack at on sevcral occasions is that i from the streets in carrying out the new town street grading and permanent walks Once the Kerr people cet the land on policy recently adopted by the the. market it trill not take Jong to cii. The argument will be that the i populate that section. removal of the trees will not only. ____ destroy the trw, bat cost a blot oil A corespondent complains about ihe beauty o, the city. Xow the Her '-the dog nuisance in this city The KKHI an actxve and ear- Herald agrees that there are a lot advocau of the bonification of of tagless animals city but it Ltion taken in the citv that her of the Government, knowing hisiment hl 1'owiile. A fire was start- tbe signs. These j ed liking for this form of exercisp, pre- scnted the royal visitor with a k did any damage. ion-frame "Cleveland." I Lizzie Houlc was visiting' at The Prince, then Duke of YorkJBowvillc Wednesday and Thursday. Snyder's blacksmith that are stuck on an damae. the fronts the make a firet rate catch for thc wind and !t be surPrise some day to hear from Miller, S-. D., one or morc of these knock- stole away for a quiet spin early one Tom morning, and in his ramblings' in BowvilJe looking after his OUt by the wind and dropping a farmer, headed niarKetwards, brother's interests. down on someone's head. Moreover some o. our citi- should her s-hot without any hcsita-j waggon temporarily stalled by the! Iteynok'.s is putting in Hoofs y are a serious hindrance.to the It is vorth while asking the loss of a nut belonging to the" wbif-, croi'- -John Wold is putting in" n 'fire should a fire occur in V- admit th-tt tl question "Js the bylaw regarding! fietrees bolt. His Highness with his -Tohn Johnson. Annon v" idoifS bcinff c'nforcwl it should usual democratic kindness, assisted Houde is putting in a crop for Mrs. idea the man to find thg to G. Peterson. IVIr. T. Tlie Herald di-sire.s to compliment couple up "again.- ingin W. J. Hummer's cropiy thc removal of the I these blocks. Another thing that should be stopped-is .the practice of jmany of the merchants of putting I boxes, dummies, and other obstruc- Will Sell Retail of in Block J. T. McKinney Whitney Block Lethbridge, Alta. t _-, In parting the farmer expressed Any one- wishing to employ a team rqmr-. the Chron-1 rough thanks and asked if he might jund driver, call ou B. W. White S F eel to acknowledge lor trees have been ide. He is turning out a very new-1 know the name of the "person" to! 19-13-21, one mile east of Bowville! removed and transplanted for ages. The point however that r enough as it is without I these things stuck in the way, ESTABLISHED ;sy, well printed weekly and it ds- serves the loyal support of the peo- H is full of local people 3je most seriously considered is wrhc-' pie of ifacleod. Iher the gradincr of our streets and news and that is what the tbe laying of permanent walks is nee- expect from a weekly paper. Jn our opinion these things ___'_ are required. As a matter of The building of the Hudson Bay the streets should have been graded railroad in some manner will shortly before thc trees were planted but be accomplished. Sir Wilfrid Lanrier since that vfa.s not done the facts i !ias already himself in fa- rbat trees have been planted should j of a line from some point in the not be allowed to interfere with West connecting with Hudson Bav. street grading at the present time. The people of the West have received Wfaut to look ahoud in .this mat with infinite delight thc assurance ter. Lethbridge in ten years will i of the Primp Minister that the Gov- h.-ivc more than doubled its popula- ernment is awnre of its responsilJilitv tion. Streets that are now almost! rftspoct to this road. who'lly residential will be business! _ thoroughfares. These streets must Thc Toronto Telegram publishes a be graded .sooner or later, and must whom he was indebted. The royal I post office. He will take parties any [to or the looks of it. cyclist replied modestly, "I am thejwherc wish to go at a reason- Duke of York, and may I ask price. I have the pleasure of A broad amused smile Beamed from j tht, farmers face. He puffed out his; Strayed, and said, "Me! Me! Why, I'm your uncle., the Czar of Russia." Thc Prince saw the humor of passage and laughed heartily a? he not allow such perfor- j mances and Lethbridge should be big Mr. Ed-Church is now on his claim J'S Ule of council to I is digging a well. See to thcse littlc. things that make J wheeled country wards. rumor that Hon. A. B. AylesworCh have permanent walks. The trees j will retire from public life iha-t line these streets now will have to be removed sooner or- later if the grading is to be adopted and pcrnvaneht walks erected. Is it not better to move the trees now and place them on other streets ,whcrc there ore" no trees than to wait ten years and move them? r It is possible [years but he is still alire and kick, to' transfer the trees now without in- ing. on ac- NEW SETTLERS At On March 28th to Mr. ancl Johansen a son. On April 33th to Mr. and Mrs. James Anderson a daughter. On Aprl 13th to Mr. and Mrs. liich- iil'u rtuse a daughter. white hind fe Y on left hip. a sorrel gelding pony, weighing about 800 pounds. branded- T inverted If found, please noti- a great big difference .to the appear- ance of the city especially to visitors who are not used to such primeval ways. fy B..W. White, S.E. 19-33-21. air. Lynn Burns was in Lethbridge! know that Dad's council Monday and Tuesday. lie bought ajhas any say in the matter but it I new buggy. i would be a good thin." if it had. The j Mr. B. W. White and father were in way some house-holders are holding Mrs. Lethbridge Friday and Saturday on People up is a holy fright. I heard Merchante Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits.............. BOARD OF DIRECTORS business. them. Sir JB. >Iontagn Allan President; Jonathan Hodgson, Esq. Vice-President Trythall accompanied FATOJSn OF 3ASEIUIX DYIXG. JCew York. April ivick, known throughout United count of deafness after the next gen- On April 13th to Mr. ancl Mrs. John states as thc "Fatho- of eral election. The wish is father to a the thought more than likely as the Claresholm Telegram has a prejudice against deaf men. Clifford Sifton, who is very deaf, has worrjod the Telegram almost to death for the pasb Ou the. 17th instant, to Dr. .ind Mrs. Wallwin, a daughter. On April 8th, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lobow, a daughter. To Mr, and Mrs. John is reported dying from pneumonia and heart trouble at his residence in Brooklyn. He is 8-3 years of age and was born in Kngland. has writ- ten many articles on baseball and !other populju- pastimes. ITa was Wednesday, 15th inst., a daughter. ito. game. of one man who said hc was going to rent house for twenty dollars a month or "if he could get it for twen ty-fivc dollars. Whether thclhousc is worth even the-former figure is questionable but as to whether he has a right to charge -the latter just be- cause he cim get it is a question on which a moral man hns no doubt. To hold up a person to pay twenty- five dollars for a thing worth not more than twenty is a moral if not crime. A condition of affairs C. R. Hosmer, Esq., Thos. Long, Esq., C. F. Smith, Esq., Htigh A. Allan. Esq., C. M. Hays, Esq.. Alex. Barnet, Esq., F. Orr Lewis, Esq. E. F. Hebden General Manager .j Risk on authority on the rules of -his favor- that wili aUow such a blood-sucker to get in his work is deplorable and The BanJk 119 branches and agencies d throughout Canada. New York Agency, 68 and 65 Wail St. SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS Invited, and special atten- tion is paid to small deposits. Interest at 3 per cent, per annum, compounded four times a year. Drafts. Money Orders and Letters of Credit, payable in any part of the world, at current rates .LETMBRIDGE BRANCH- E. W. McMULLEN, Manager ;