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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta "flirfl; BOARD [obifiKii Allan j, OF, LETHIIH DOE, THE TOWN THAT WAS BORN LUCKY MONTREAL' hud lir.st heart! discussl nigh ived. Profits. years ago by a_ broken-down u prospector in a 'said'' he, uftvr'.he had made a 'y U r that-'town if lucky.'''. ..._.. I saw the town was a.sid- box-car. up shouldPever jnotors pot Charon hauled- the -motors no r Lb l j lid V- months- but we into ludlv with its >ior frobi" -fff.'.-. ui-i. first, or T Jlowr nuch it ;cosl? can be done and last _ wiut cr's bill 'wiir pav "the" whplo ,r... R EOTO R8 Hodgsou, Esq. C: Esq., C. F. Smith, Esq., Hugh Alex. Barnet, Esq., F. Orr'Lewis, Esq.; E. F; Hebden .'.___...... Manager York r.y, 63 and 65 Wall St. The' -Bunk has 119- throughout .Canada., SAVINGS 'BASK.' 'ACCOUNTS .invitoCawl special atten- tion is paid to small deposits. Interest at 3 per cent, per annum, compounded four tim.es a year., Drafts, Honey Orders and part of .the yrorkl. current rc'tos LETHBBIDGI; E. W. McMUUEN, NEWCONSTABLE ATTAKER ml fo? ,6 Health Tuber, April meeting of the. Town Council wax- held Tuesday ev- ening for the purpose of appointing town, cbnthble in place of 3Ir. 35. Ww.BurnV. retiretl.' An arrangement was. made that. Mr. Burns should get months leave of absence for the of re-siding -and on .when he-would-again' resume.his. duties. The appointment therefore" was only temporary and for A number of applica- tions siding: in the unavoidable absence of has Mr. .1. McKinnon, of Duluth has been in -town rfor n. short time, and purchased a section of fland.iabout ...mijes .Taber by a t res lie bridge where, Indians sold as years I'g'alhorcd that "the old pro- phesy had coinc and that of somo. kind had struck (.he. town by'the big river. Ho, I stopped to iriake sure. It was Iwautiful town of'six thousand pebpie.no an'4 a railway junction, tflriterod jron there was a pub. lie garden with trees at ainl pulled looked "-virtuous and how tha; nierrv and quietly'; thought; thyir I can givcj ;you. pure, y} of juyoiis men en. air. and f hat their the station, controlled. and wbm-.i Ike -whole thuri i whole more than certain quiet half-hour- leir .own good will made .ourM.tro-1 before we'lcft, Yhen, and sisters, came.along ;in gaiUered :to.. by, whjle What will; keep: it when tors, and.gave, us such a day as ne- ver ;svas. "Wliuj. ;about. ,tbe 1 asked. "I-IeavcusU; sajd..one, "Havejifvjc you heard -natural the.; in: world some .and I was whirled oft .to a iti the and thie glare of the ncv- Ji .t. -J TJ and two miles south of of IIe' expects to have- it nil broken thir summer. and ;have it ready for fall crop. lie Tias aLso purchased. worked gas which conies out of the 'earth, slightly of fried onions, at a three louin' the town and believes there is a. great future, for He- speaks highlv .of ,tlve -Isiiid -in th's .'v trjct, considering.i it. ,thc j.- f' in this part of f country over which -Im has. tiiivelled: a good .deilf. Mr. -McKlnnon..drove; pressure of.six .There' was -Luck im- agine; a hoatijig. ..pf no fj; enough to :'.nuike. Innips.cl .thing that-keeiw-it up; the'-south 'is -'ip usual: thing at least thej from the north westVand; the" wind' aloiVgithe surfacq blowing- frOHitlH: Kii- I anylKxly else-ever see the .tr greeu.' wluit all waH ii' speaking out of we our ees a corning up froih the south'- aiKi the atahe same" tiino blbw- ing along the-surface froin the" north? since August; 20th and suchra thing v VSo and it slifL acquired Iftiids .yesterday aiecbnipHniedj ,ut- tho, vwas5- a :Unitmrian has -riot --iir local- ity. course live' a.-sufficient .ieiigth oi- esta'w- ILsh-'a suflicieiit tablish- a very1 t that-'such j about pncc weck.L the Is; 'e'.KA.ve storin 1 an if :finrf> ni: start froni. arik -caii r prod aoed here, 5 .f 1 Cauipett Settlers O..rir. Millar and Mr. G. X-Vi the t begLrfJiing; We'll ,shpwJ.y9U a ett.; lers are in daiSrief PfL r: loaded are still .coming in hrrivedM occupying been..aw.ay for some time for the lie- and household C. F. .Sol- nefit of his health. On a poll heldt John Eastman was elected two -.-Mr..fEastnian has been resident. for abour _ two" years a nd has held; positions. Jn the Canada West Coal Co .'..and C. P. R. beirv? .held in higli esteein. His election a po- he is .certain to give xhe .council and the inhabitants of Mr. G. H. .Millar, town clerk. Burns were in.attendance meet the annexation of daughterj-of.-Rev, David minister a Gamarvon- himself is also Dearly- years Lloiiystumdwy, lie was lands and eoino over tho feveJ ,i. stretches amJ. tumbling "dovvii Xhe pass" inTerenceilh'at esund Iain's aifd Tput lit tie ..-.rti ..w. ing. mnny "friends of -the" 3Tr. glad learn of the im- his'hoaHh.after his rcc- Away .swept the ahj- you. 'and .attended" school and the endless, panells of wini'fenc- -r r ing: along- we -rushed. (The prafrie' has, rnothi.riffvti> learn from te -veldt' a- out _ tricky end a nd the b thcr. 7 pointed the morning for their settlements. It' is' understood thai conditions .uu-: der which Britain -is .'willing to Independent .Free included of. forced. tradin labor... LIPTON'S 1MERICM TO I5S WIJNNERS f Fifst Prize a Mason Risch Miniature names. The show-. HakCTi .his ..we friendlily ;slipp successes, cd through his gates ami reached fcctipn of Ihe majority i spick 'and'; with jts trim His has from fl8 to political ahdr certainly lie- now shore I barn, mound: of coppjjsr-. I colored in 'the :sun' .jtKV tVen to chaff, tiv- a sioiple.or-it .and ftf- raJ worth ai f> :f2-; .-eigna. as v golden'! >n the" chincry, and; in the- hush that- n .up house always y for new- iwas nn true wind, but-a push, as It of the whole crystaT at-mpspherc. "Xow for they, cried many miles.' off. led by drop, "'L a 'river S Length, 5 feet 6 inches. Width, 4 feet.6 inches. Suitab' gCanadi "Art Nouvcau" i "figured mahogany. Considered by 0 piano in Canada, listed at (8SO.M. g in panada. Carf.be seen at K roomi: SttBKfl FHIZt, FlVtPRIZES Ft For the five best answers from. (3) Maritime Provinces, (4) Columbia., J 5 50 PRIZES AT EACH g 100; PRIZES AT. .7 in the last which' ia I shcrwn brlovf, and then send-it, (with label i attached) oi a "packsge of red or y gold Isbal, or Lipton's three pinl wrappers of Liptin's Table llaror, hills very as the Orange nuid 'in .the reckless.; ma 'chines "water, eople-th4he ever re; experience al-. I-- J-i' is oiifc-.-. "r.-? oud .pf Knmia Richard Dr. catioii. liome. Jpl- lowed by two tbn collegiate, "nonhal first cl professional After