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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 1, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta E. Adorns announces to hit old friends and customers he has opened a II General Lumber i. Business On Baroness Road, east or the Coi.rt House Give Him a Call. DR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURUEON LETHBRIDGE Offlce-Ott. Block, Hours-11:00 to 12:00 noon; 11:00 to H:0u p. m,; 7:3'l to S:30 p. m. Telephone- Offlw 08. UmMuenoe 1.12 DR. C. C. CRAG6 PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON vor ffiginhotiiam'i Drug Store Plloae Office 13ft. House 94. OlAos koun-9 to 11 a.m., 1.80 to 4.30 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. Dt. F. H. Mewburn Office*-Redpnth St. cor. Bunlett. Hours-Before 9 a.m.. 2-3 p.m., 7-8 p. m. Sundays-2.B0 to 3.30 p. m. Telephone 41. W. S. GAL6RAITH, M.D.C.M. (McGill) PHYSICIAN, RUROEON ACCOUCHEK Office-Burdette St. Phono 53 Hours-Before ft a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.m A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor Will vote his entire time during the summer to laying out iww townsites. Contruct ptice* on application. 'Office nt the Coaldale Hotel. Lethbridge. |Drs. DeYeber & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons Offices-Ott block. 'Phone 143. Synopsis of the Grazing Re$ula-lions Tor the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. l)i-8. McCliire & Stewart BUBO EON' UBMTtRTft Office-J. D. Higinbotham's new block. Office Hours-fl a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. DR. O. J. COURTtCE DENTIST Successor to Dr. Jackson Office in Hotel Coaldale, Room 12 Office Hours 9-12, 1-5. Publicity Awards Made The Executive Committee of the 35,000 Chub mrt. In the Council ChnmJier on Monday evening. C. A. MtigrnU). president, ��s In'Uie chair, Tim following accounts weiendlturc was therefore $512. �0. The accounts of the Klcctrlc Co. ami McKen/.ie and Hoy were referred to the Light Committee. The chnilrinwn spoke of the news -slly of llnnncing the Club anil suggested that Immediate action Ijc taken to M'iso the necessary money. Aid. Cunningham suggested thntcach member of 'the executive present .'agree to sell $10 worth of buttons In the nevt month. W. W. Irwin suggested n chain, (1. II. Johnston proposed interesting the children nnd young Indies In the sale of buttons, Mayor Onlbsnith snid that concerts, bund concerts or it picnicwould be well pntroni/�-d. On U. H. .lohnston's motion, Mrs. Neule and Miss Stewart, the vice- Estimates Passed; Rate MM Yet Struck A special nweting ot the City Council was culled on Friday night chiefly 'to discuss the city's finances. Aid, Bowman, chairman ot the finance committee reported that the Union Hank would not advance the money necessary for the carrying on of the city's work. In order to Ond out amount of money It was necessary to try to borrow the council went over the estimates. Inductions were nw doom various items until the (InnI reduced total was $27,1)90 for the six departments. The cky engineer reported that $14,000 Is necessary to provide for work that has already been common- in possession at the end of three years of one lu-iiil of entile or five head of sh.^'p for every 20 acres leased, and shall maintain stock in this proportion during the eontinuance of the leuse. Sheep-grnzing Is permitted on only n portion of the tracts above referred to. A map showing the sheep grazing districts mu.v be secured on triplication to the Secretary f the Depai-toient of the Interior, Ottawa. W. W. CORY. Deputy of the Minister of Interior, i ,V. II.-I n:iiiibon/t'd publication of 1 this advertisement will not be paid for. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. j committees of ladies and children to .sell nveiivliership buttons, ami prizes 1 will l>e offered to the parties selling 'the givutest value of buttons lieforc !.\UgUNt 10th. ! Mayor Onlbriiith's motion thut the at tract Ion comini'ttue lie asko-.l to get u|> a bawl concert was pnsseil. Then- were, twelve coinixjtitors for the prizes for a publicity campaign, August Woolf f>t' the Spokane Chum-Imm" of Comnwree made the award as Messrs. Whitney, Fairfield and i I orricu, SOUTHARD BLOCK ,nl'mvs: W W,il'son ,,win- "'wt: 'las Advertising Agency, scconvl; Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property Ilouk appeared 'before the Council with res|)eet to the grant for th? Agricultural Society. They asked for $500. Ato these gentlemen appeared just �s the council was discussing the pruning of the estimates, their ap  pen) .seemed like running It Into a sore spot. Aid. Oliver who Is also chairman of the Agricultural Society Ways and Means Co man it tee said that the Society was in good shape At-I but that U wns deserving of every, and Possible support. This sentiment i Temperance and Reform At the inaugural, nieelinig of the Albertn 'IVm|>eriince and Moral He -form tongue, held in the Methodist Church on Friday Inst. July 20lh, the following committed was nominated: ' Pres.-llnv. Win. Held. VIce-Pres.-llev. A. \l. (Jordoti. Vlco-Pren.-C A. Mugrnth. Secretary-II. Haworth. Tronsurer-A. I... Foster. Prov. Chfl'irnHin-\V. Tl. Puwson of Coaldale. Prov. Chairman-W. A. Sedgwick of Tnlwr. Prov. Chairman-Dr. Rivers. Raymond. Xeither afternoon nor evening meeting caine up to the standard anticipated, but the Rev. tl. O. Webber, secretary of the Provincial Tem-|>craiice and Moral Reform league, in his retnarks pointed out that this Indifference to one of the most important problems of the age coupled with the inevltiible disaster which follows in its iruin should lw uu even greater .Incentive to more strenuous effort. Continuing, he said that now inthls new fouid of ours, this country to which the eves of the whole civilized world are turning, nnd to which every nation Is aikling her e thank- 1 ed for his kindness and for the v�tu  'able suggest ion* he placed in his let-Iter. | Aid. Cuniiiiigham unci C.F.P. Cony-! Iveaiv moved that the Manufacturers Association l>e invited to visit l*>lli-1 bridge in their annual tour. Tlie Mayor remarked thut n cam-, pnign should le inaugurated to con-1 since the people of ljethhridgc of the , necessity of publicity. T. \V. Han  rahtiil ivinnrked that white labor ' shoul.l lie pu'tivmlzed rather than ] Chinese labor. The publicity mutorlnl will be hand ed over to the publicity committee > and they will make recommendations I to the City Council. C. F. IIARHI8 Office-Oliver Block, np-stairs. HAMILTON & YOINC, Engineers and Surveyors Hi^inbothnm Block, Lethbridge F. T. BREWER Funeral Director and Embalmer [ was supported by all members. A grant of $500 was voted, provided I the city is able to get the proposed ' loans. ! The Fine, Water and Light Com-! mitte? recommended that John Niv-| en l>e appointed fire engineer and the j , appointment was nvitde. j j The resignation of Geo. McOntn as j 1 city teamster was accepted. Sidewalks were recommended for i ' south side of DufTerin St. from Crabl| to Round St.; on south side of t'nurtland St. from Hound to point jloO feet west and one south of Ford to a point 150 feet west of Wood St. Mr. Sloan was engaged as assist-: ant engineer at the pump house, j The Mayor brought up the q�K>s-I lion ol accommodation of strangers The .1 spa nose of Vancouver ha\e made u demand upon the postmaster general for the estahlishiiniit of an exclusively Japanese |xistofllce in this city-an cufllcc to be munucdund nerved liy ln|mnese, for the side use j of the Japanese population of Vancouver and vicinity. I Xot only has this demand Iven 'made, hut to the minds of the 'ew (people in Vancouver who are aw.nv ] of the fact Ihe most Hstonishiiigp.r.-t j of the whole business is tlmt the 'post olllce veeial privileges to any of the various races i which her herders harbor."-Vaneou-i ver Province. ..... ,,u . , ', 'department should e\on uit Fair time. The meiii�*rs of the j 1 council discusstd nt some length this difficult jirobleiu and tinully granted lierniission to hotelkvepers and oth  crs to erect tents on the north end of the .tquurc for sleeping acconunio  la tion. The whole uuitter of accommodation was left with the publicity coimnit'tee, who were cinpowvred to ; mmm^^^mm^m secure buildings, cots, ftnd lasnple to ' plIw| gct MU,ck um, certftin re,io, take care of them. j from Dr s,,oop., Magic ointment. . � A commumcatior. from M. Harford ! 1>leaM ||0(o |t is mada n,ono for ly to fimi itK��li iqi against as badl,Wu* regarding the Smith Street conditions this winter ns last if not | Spur track. He asks the City Coun- *�'�"* If" t0 lh0 �*�*�y t'ommlKH- . or bUm, ()lsup,>ea,. Ilkc mn(?ie bv The car shortage situation extended ion to withhold its Judgment uiHll , ,, ust, Lnrgc nickol.CHpp0(l glu;s over nearly the wholp of last year �tnlco-ttoin oot n't tae let ye fa' Id ion."-Spare Monwnts. MINARD'S LINIMENT CURES niPHTnrrniA j Fifty-four "llrueo Old Hoys" of 'Nunton, wrote lias Old Ikiys Reunion lat Kincardine regretting inability to attend tho re-union. A. C. NewcondK, registrar of Mc-Uaster University, has accepted tlie position of Classical Master of Calgary High Schno'l. Writing on Stone 'JO tons in stuck. IVwIant d'Oreille 20 tons in sunk Milk River 10 tons in stack. Wild Hcrse, 18 tons delivered us required. Medicine Hot, 8."i tons. del,hi-i\sl us 1 required. | � Medicine Ixidge, l'J tons in stuck. Tenderers may qui le price for either twljd hay or hay in stark Delivery to commence on l.'ith oi August 1007. The hay t�' l�> green, well cued i and subject to ms|iectiou ami re -jeotlon as delivered, "ill! f,i�i will be allowed to the ion. Each tender must I*. iicconi|ttuii,�i| by an accepted chiKiue on a charier'd ibunk for ii ix-r c