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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta SAGE'S UMERiCK COMPETITION Wlrsii suleetiir'.j;!; a gift, for yonr friend Jii�t tliiiik of the sorrowftil end Of the mail who sliiniiiwl Wago's And spent all liis wages Now, all tlifit YOU have tx) do is to complete the verse by adding one line that \rill read smoothly and in correct rythm. 8end your effort marked "liimerick" to R. SAGE, BOX H, LETUBRIDGE POST OFFICE, not later than 23id December, and the three most successful competitors will receive ut SAGES PlONEeR BOOK STORE Goods to Hie value of $6, $3, and $ 1.50 All shades of blue, from Baby to Indigo, strictly barietl. The defeated Mayor;i1ty candidate may decide on the merits of the contestants' work and award the prizes in order of merit. I have not asked him yet, but he is a jolly good fellow and will likely agree. It will k^ep him from brooding over what can't be gfitherrd up again. This is not a catch-dollar advertisement, but a sporty attempt to keep jjace with the "Tit-Bits," "Answers" and Iji[)ton foolishness now rampant in the tight liltle island, the ditference being thfit in this case you don't have to save up your wrappers or send in coniions. Call for yonr jjrizes when yx>a see your names published as winners on December 24. ' R. S M G E. SANTA CLAUS HEADQUARTERS \ a playground. At present it; will be ownfiiship'^.btii^^^*^ of VwrtSJTFti the mnans of feCfattering the retail rlgb'ti). _ , ' ^'' 1 husiiWNsea. Those who fear dcp^eciavI^'^ftldryn^^^^ �^ tion of values of their propcrt,v must deal. Strcclt, sldo^'alks, and expect opposition and it m t)et �, ly's assffssiiieiTt and would increisa , . .. ' , � " \\liliH; AVith rL'spcut to the cro.ssin-js from , � ,' ..iiij^'^Ss l.hc North Wait, ho had been in fav- / . - i .�,'. or of the subway. An it i� now, p:o- and other .i)la�>A "and hit*' kndwlei^,; Pie must either at, Gait'.s/,;e"t , ,'5"?"' �h.,-e the crossing is a ventahte '""'^ aft>=r the U-^ interests al-ih. fleath trap, or at Westn.inis.t,3r Koad , eleetcd. . fv We must have either a subw^iy or a ^"^ �� ^'^ high bridge, whichever is safer and "'"^ '''S"' '"^ "PPortOBlly cheaper. A bridge on the high ground ijy the court house might tc better o^'cn tlian a sul>way. Tf elected, he would give nis besft attention to ihe>re"' matters, and ,p,. ^^^vos gc^, we.ik. then tWior- for further discuHsion of thtf^iiiOiiielii pal aflairs, Civic Nominations TMK NOMINEtO.S For Mayor: C. n. UowKiun, nominivtod by Wm. Oliver, seconded by J. L. Stovall Wm. Heodorson, nominated by Thos. McXabb, seconded by P. Coll). i�ian. For Aldermen: Klias Adam, nominated by W. C. Ives, socondud by C. IJ. Uowinan. A. E. l!2a.ston. nominated by C .1. Eekstoim, seconded by Wm. Oliver. W. C. Ives, nominated "by C. B. Uowman. socondt-d by W. S. Oal-l>railh. Ira M Pierce, nominated by Wm. Oliver, .seconded by L. M. Johnstone. W. O. llutton, nominated by Wm. Oliver, �jconded by W. H. nurnott. C^oorce Perry, nominated by Samuel Jones, seconded by A. E. Keys. Jas. Ashcroft. nominated by W. D. Whitney, secondeol Trustee. M. V. tJalHvan, noniinatoil by F. Kenn.v. seconded by T. D. Kevin. I{. V. Gibbons, nomiiuited by M. V. Gallivan, seconded by F.' Kenny. .\ livcl.v municipal contest is in progress. A grantor int3re�t than has Ixwn shown for years was mani-fcs.tthe gift of the people. The only officials to be oleetetl by acclamation wore the separate school trustees, the only names being placed in G. W. Robinson's : hands beinir M. V. Gallivan and R. V. Gibbons. As was exiieotcd the names prop�)sev for the Mayoralty were C. B. Bttwman and William Hen derson. Nine aspirants for alderman ic honors were placed in tlve nomination anil six for the four positions \acant on the school board. The int.'ivsi in the nITairs of the the ci't.y was nninifeslecl b.y the large number of rat'epojiurs present in the Council ChamlHjr when the hour of closing arrived. by the provincial government. Ho would uphold the low as far as was in his powr to do so. He would The council for 1V)08 will find )t hard to outline a programme thni can be relied on. ''"'n' money stringency conditions must clumga consid-erabtv iHjforo anything .serious can be undertaken. He is of fivvor of progress but wants to protect the cit,v,s intei-est j out for the good of the city, financially niid thought it might be' When, ,ths. Hiotn&c)^,^'i3ci^^^^^ if he was unsuccessful, >>e ^�ould |p,,, ^,,,^,, f^,, t)on'tdnig Uw' tell them why he wn/. i Stomach, nor siim-.lal,. the 1k�rt ed down and cive a record of his ac- Kidne.N s That is simply a maki-' tions in the council. � | ,h,ft. Get a i-rescripthm known to Mayor Oalbraith was asVed to jjruggists cveryuhorc as Dr. Slioqp'a pe.ik next, especially in regard to fio-torativc-'fahlet'.  or Iiqul.t-�w| |: of the how fjuicKly help will come, frea '^T"?.' r , x . Jsnn'Ple le-jt sent on re.i.icst by Jhr. Jn the first place the city hris not^ ^^.^ Y^,,^ ^ any too much land and should r.>ta'n ,,,r,.,,. ...^^jj, ^j,,^ ^,^j,^ ^ g^,^ what it has for public purposes. ,jy cjealers. As the city 'grows it will Ijc noo- s the COALDALE. cssary to have .sciveral such blocks for breathing pliites. Thoy make the streets valunijlo and a city beautiful as ho hafi seen in his recent trip to (Chicago. Mr. Lonsbra.ufih and Mr. Dick Will-' The scjunre must be changed and >"ims of HnbtinMU, ^'� P , were gUoRta iniproveil but to di.sposj of it in HN'-To Mr, and Mr-? Muir, a son an-alderman and woulil do his b;;st Mother and son are reported doing, to elect him. ' A. E. Ens'ton announced his platform as better streots, l>etter lights. well. Mr. H. A. Suggit arrived honw: from Colorado the first of the week. not go aroiiiicl spying to se� if oth-i�":"""'".V. "ud opposition to the He reports the linancial situation to ers kept the law. He laid- down his jilatform and he would endeavor to carry those plaltka At the lu.ur of 12 ernianent unt'l we know thought the piopositioV should ' be whether gas mains should l:e laid, submitted ta the people first. tion of dealing square and honest in ater at Co^ldale, Mr. Barr lj� 'mn all the alTairs of toe city. He>, was ' enti'cetic ivpresentatlvc of the'com-' an old-tim-jr and had intai-ests here Puny. Mr GiUivan. the former op-, and. would do all he could to further orator, was transferred/to :Rincarlb;fs tile cit.v's iiUei'ssts. Geo. I'erry announced his policy in Snsk. Mrs. iIeigh.Ts is ' spending ai Ivm favor of municipal ownership when "'�I* �l'i"ght�r.ruggbits, evoi-ywhere are now diNpcnRing. > Snn^l; ventics, for thoy are not only safe; I^"-' but riecidodly orfcctivc and pronpt;: said it is not wi�e to promise tool He had i..�n as^ed if he ^-o"uW keep huZedfcet" '^"""''^ improvements if money ts a.-ai nr;uch as a man on the council i,s only tlK> lid on if elected, one in seven. was a law sctuare in the centrtf aaid able, ;but not �)therwisc. Th� rate spos.ll o fav6rcerity has come to stay wMh those of us vho are fortunate enough to live in this part of the world, which is experiencing such a vast itiRux of iuimigrants from all quarters of the globe. Tho truth is there are the elements of vast wealth in the soil, greater than any"of u� in our wildest dreams can picture. Notwithstanding what croakers s a.y, THE KOOTENAY FRUIT LANDS * will yet prove to hundreds, yes, to thousands, what it has already done to many who have settled there:-a goodly, pieasnt and most profitable land to dwell in. The elomepts plaj-cd no worse tricks there than arc played in other prosiJerous and older sections in the world. Do not then be nfraltl, or unduly discouraged, should some on<.- tell you nothing will grow, there are mosquitoes, etc., and conscq i<;'it ly that there is to be a GIULAf SLUMP IN REAL ESTATE I Tho truth is there are now, or soon will be MARVELLOUS OPPORTUNITl^ This is no mere speculation but a GILT EDGED INVESTMENT/ I Price flOQ.0O jwr acre, t,m Kasy Terms. Nest Pass Investment Co., HEAD OFFICE: LETHBRIDGE. ;