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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta UM Daily Herald every., lawful tTftnuif. at -Lethbrx .0 "HMy sign with these, teams would- shut them out from signing Ella Wilson Co tlie acreage that makes a I with to play in the Crow's is the thought and pleasant care that go into it and the fragrance and beau- ty that come out of-it-that make si garden. So a. window box may hold more happiness-and b? a greater suc- cess as a real-garden than ten acres. Even''the citizen can -make- life brighter and-the-city prettier with a few flowers and trees. Try it this and-see. League. -Such is not the case, however, as it is the intention of the management of the latter club to choose7 the teain from the differ: ent teams of the city 'league. i. The men who make- good: on j league teams arc. the'mon who be, chosen to'represent the city when j Kiidorseil by the public and press everywhere S'-Big Acts-5 lii tOBAY i tattej Co. il Id fourth.'; pjaca iuui I'y grubber t' known as w ax of JDartftiiifefe ar.; u.l.M_ .i- i.'.-_-vrV: dtt4 eUat hose and had -supplied city it in -'j re a.nwi ex-Ch 14 ot Councl f 6f at which purchttse was adiah '.ii't. f "i Co. v not.Jwviuf received raenk ir001 the 'eommittee, J YOUR POPULAR' PRICES playing with the1 outside this way the two leagues clash in any way. towns. will OUR POINT OF VIEW Lethbridge is flourishing this, year. Commercial travelers state that.busi- here is" better than any other part of the West. This is going to be a record year for the district. The.sales of kind already ;arc 'exceptionally high and before, the year ends ;all previous records will have been brok- en. "-When Churchill was a lac of'13; his father introduced him to a -friend. As the; two. shook'hands Randolph Churchill fectionately on the boy's shoulder .and said: "He's not much yet, you know, but lie's' a good a .And a "gooB Jun" .he turned out to be. The spot Ling editor of the Herald has been asked to the basket j players a shaking up. This has been..: a ladies'-game in the city ami thejj surroundJng counlrj-. There are a number'of good players of both .sexes j in the city and the sports of the city j will not be 'complete if the ball team is not organized. Two or three 'sports have been reported as being hi 'the- city-; talking large for a "matched -race with a horse they have. Ihe word came to .the ears of local horse men they went out after the Taber sports with a wad of money to take them on but they were n.ot.0, to: found. If the Taber men [really: want; to race and have the money; 'to "say so they will find -the local 'inen ready; for'them. "v 1 tliat; the in- foraia ;me (tbat Canadian; Rubber Co.: has -received no 'orders, gince was placed Lastiy.- 1 liiave nothing to do ;wiU> plies; City; this -tteing- ter attended ..to Treasurervofotlw City: The duties ol the; committee regarding poi .hose. .of itlio; committee am received l fciid adoptc-d by; the Council. ji were to. auked 'was 'the rpart 'of tHe" f Council, not of to invite, aueh tcndera.'-: '-v know -yaiaV where; ;the; "name of any. coniuiittei'. .tion..with dcpjartnieDt and; up hialory'.. oi WaUwock Room- i iWhitoey Bloct 1C. I. ATTHE the Pincher Creek. Echo to retirementj from newspaper work., of T. Saunders. .lHe has been connect- ed with ada for rhany yearsj in fact he: is one of the pioneers. ..The Xeihbridge News, which ;he: established, was one of the.-, first newspapers.to; be publish- ed in Alberta.. HeiWas also er o f .the first: paper: at and Pin'che'r-; Greek.- .-Mr. Saunders made liis ventures. -He will spend-, on his ranch in the foothils. and ..that he enjoy, happiness and, increased .pros will: be -thex hearty wish of his Lethhriclge friends.'. .cprresporident of. ,the Toronto Globe is .enjoying some fun-, at -the expense, of .W. F. Maclean, M. P. As most everyone knows Maclean is.an .--advocate'-of a two cent rate on railroads.. Now the railroads -can -riot'- stand _ this reduced fare in face of the.vast- ly increased cost !bf railroading.' Mac- Jean, holy show ofthimself" the correspondent says by using the same, argument as the railroads, in- creased cost, in increasing the whole- sale price oVhis paper, Toronto World, to newsboys. W. F. will now have REPliY OF-8COTLAND- To the Editor of. the Herald: Dear Sons off _a'letter, ap- peared OL. yesterday signed :.by "A Son oi which on first sight seemed" me an insult to .our order, hut on reading was.greatly, amused at the 'ignorance shown by VA Son .behimV tlic limes Have your hpmeV' office ''or. store: electri- "cally lighted-throughout. Let >i us-'in'stall-a' system- of- ligbtihg :in It wil cost-lit- -rileV .very t; McKENOT I Phone 2CK.; and g City; for -I had demttea., !ifi75c per :Co.; hose aixd 56-per foot plu 9 c flfi ''centa ;per'foot i "ing. couplings: 5. fum treated Rubber Co. ba5 the City; 6-lJBoth finnalhid ;the-ir_! ifigiuea in; ihd the accepted v thet FUMCRAL AND MACDOMALD of Scotland.'' Tn the first says, the flag of our organizatioh-was "flying at the mast-top, which deliberate lie, secondly.-he says, ;the leader of our uoother country's national. affairs lies dead, which' be all .'British subjects in Canada as I believe... II.- H; Asquith.'is very much alive at-the present time. Again.he asks, flave you no respect no honor, to show, for a" man, like Sir Campbell-'Bnnnerman? .Jf of had .been present at j our concert >.v-iday even- ing and 'noticed ;'1he" respect paid :tp the leader iiI uow .with1 -than cnatom TKe railroads Ijo.'at; would have been th a n he seems to Again VA Spn-'.ofv Haul .it down .to half by'long and stilful attention, to every detail the antl'wbrkmanshipvof.its.garriients thaCttcy arcVwprn by -the beat (Iressers. DEMAND THIS ;v.; W. MANUFACTURING v HAMII.TOS, ,'OXT AU. .using his argument-of) it down altogether, an-act that no increased cost in_fighting his two cent one with any brains would think ;of.'V rate scheme. The: Victoria Colonist, 'the-leading Conservative paper of the" Pacific slope, said; in a are- inclined to take stories of Sir Wilfrid Lauricr's early retirement with the whole contents- of the salt cellar. Tfc thirty-seven years of age. Sir John Macdpnakl was se- venty-six at -the .time of his death; and> with Lord Stralhcona .protect- ing "all-red ;lines" at eighly-cight. Sir Bowcll discussing ques tions_cr the day -with force and ag gressiveness, Senator Scott at the idea of going on the shelf eighty-three it seems a.'Hltlc prema- of Sir Wilfrid Lauricr.as A j'ew years ago jt seemed ras vfi.jjc; might be forced >to -retire, but.it looks at present as Ihcse-rwKo --are "waiting .for his shoes "wiJ! have, to exercise a considerable of patience." Front Page.) doing without a thought of the sequences, for trespassing on valuable space and, Thanking, you ;in anticirxxtion, I .am, dear sir; Yours faithfully, Walter Appleby, President S.O.E. their catalogxie shows cer- tain jttefects in "nibber .lined" hose and in -'a -sabsequen't -letter a higher, hose. ..in -spite _ of all of which wax ami gum treated hose was, purchased the. City. .You also 'state' that I! took advantage of every circumstance; to '.turn the'contractt in pftlCST KCFUSCD TO ".Quebec, spite of 'the" oVmand :of thel court, Father A1-" parish of Limohiisuni re- rea- son him by-Omer who with mnixkrinf his first wife for obtaining exemption from publication of for marnafe to a second wife; 'Father wwd that in the cir: cumsUnocs he had -acted an sptrrtaal ti he ehtttkd to Jia -the HIM itni MI urn and cricket, gooda f tornjtbe ioVwikr right .price. ia only necewary when yon at that keep yowr ejets fiileVi with teart How can you shoot "We don't embrocation THE EARTH very-little, when our picture We are doing better work tkeo-erer with less gas. u tooclies to are Oin prices are always MMi HIM Mil MM Ml the way of the Canadian Rubber Co. Now let me .say inrthe first place that purchase i I did not purcliase this Canadian quired" fr Rubber hose on award the -contract to f Jhe -pity; ;o tWem or thei this was and the au thority of the place I never j: favor of the the city. The lto v-r- d .to p >f was blown off; and 'the .hioac which; it belonged .was; rejected and dwluctedjfioin.tbe-inyoice. :andh.guin :Treated- hoaer'Is JabricyFire who paten tees arid aok manufacturers .wax and rHssie 'of s which Co. the sole pany's condemnation of this class ;of are ail :Would line. .Council rhaye f been joatU. fied in turning' down a ticle simply or the -local of the Rubber You will be Arrested J: "ybtifo firejeqiair annuiU 'intereit :rat'r i'psi T ceiyed any, oV or; other purchase and J defy, jtmtor any lolher to -lat M o n d aya _ breihreti are C.' -Ybur article ;ous insinuations im; nT refardiaf ttie ab of original :kwter the of which I was case sequent! y had cjccept in of Vijje Which d not .this insiancc. In.ihe third representative of ber Co: did knowtof of and !l kind from convewattons rwith Any flavor, any quantity; for Balls, Banquets Receptions, etc. I Confectioncfy and Ice ire our tender "of; slur Half-mile Cirde Pride :of alwaji ihc-fely ii the chance of nveeiinf an bias indneedj; TbiH bakace awi 12 6 Whitwiy Bioek -rafferinf trots raen indifntmi the ptnanal i of too in -chtan' magaziMes' 'and aspfres attain like; the ol'tJtoie articles. may -be; jajit byt scarcely one and JinyL eitiajm matter hi- ttii of my solicitor and -NMtractet! himr to procewimjs you for Mr. BiHic Sharratt At Bwikiis Parties, etc 'flT i -Hill i to A M." itr, of Beet in L fourth RKJOt ;