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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ,i,| |,i,| .i,|,|,^|,|,|,|,|,| ,|,|,,|,|,|,|,|.|,|.|,|,|,| I I 11 ,J,| ,|,|,|,|,|,,|,|,|,|,|,|, I ,| ,|, I ,i J t ,|,| ,|,|, I ,| I I 11 I 11 I Good Coal Stock is Better than a Bank lEe Royal Collieries 10 SQUARE MILES OF COAL LANbs A c�nsoIiorvn(Vj the niwting and Aid. Vroo- ^qq fy^^ ^i^,^ 8upposeum of bis trousers and jabbed four seometrical dents in his hot, talking i� Mrcafiiie tonea about) feminine ihMdgear. ^ Dargain counter marriages iire seldom profVtablo. For tnat hard times foclintr. lake Dr. Choorup's Extraa .uf Aumh.D* and Oood Choor. CANADIAN PACIFIC Eastern Canada Excursions Low Round trip rates tc ONTARIO. QUEBEC and MARITIME PROVINCES Tickets on sale Uoc. 1 to Dec. 31, D. J. Whitney ttpi^ealed for a. refund of the super-assessment ta.x paid on the lot.s on Redpath street upon which he has enuc-tcd a brick block iiinoa the as.sessinent. The solicitor wrote that the lilTson Milling Co. had completed thoir mill. The council accei)ted the statetiicnt i>U(t ho will be asked if the '^ity jipy return to the company the boml ibcy | gave the city. The engineer reported on the r.md up by the brick yard that a roaJ (an I;o nmdc fr.oni the Macleod Uon.i lo tJal't street having a grade of siX nnd one half per cent at a cost �'f �875. The road asked for by the council has a grade of 22 per cent, and another near it a grade of 13 J l)er cent. The-Wheat Delt neview wrote that the Leihbrjdge number was still in the hands of the printer. R. H. Cnmpl)ell, Dominion suixjrin-tendent of Forastry, wrote that the city Would get trees in the spring. No lilacs or ewrgreens will be available, however, R. R. Jamieson, C.P.R. superintend cnt, wrote regarding a watchman i and gate at the Oalt street crossing that he did not .see the necessity for such as there is very little traffic over the crossing. Regarding the changes in the city's charter, Cit.y Solicitor Conybeare wrote that the council should endeavor to get all the desiP3d changes so as to make all applications at once. The ptiund which has hitherto been upon Campbell street allowance has been abolislicd for the oiicning of the .street and the council wrestled with the question of locating nno'llW. The Ch'ef of Police, who is also pound keeper, was ins true tod to report on tho suitability of two silos for the pound within the city limits. | The City lOiig-incCr reported that a dnm on the river for the purpose of raising of tlie water level is quite Iicssible hut lio got liy oxte.ii.sion to the present system lit a far loss oxijon.so. Tho eniTinoer reeoinniended tho spending of S10 for reiuuiing tlve tol-eiMione lino l>ot-5yeon tho pump house and power houKO. The Sla,\'or ami secretary ware authorized to .s'gn a nolo for Sl7,tVJ0,-00, nioiT or lo.ss, to covyr the ovcr-ilraf't at the Bunk of Moutival. A .Set of reguIn lions nuule by Chief I'arry governing ilie in)lioe force wcr�3 declared to bo cons'Sloivt with tho liylnws of tile city and were) adopted. .Aid. Cunninshniii uskei! the E'oolric iiiid notice iPut many street lamps wcii' out of i >in-J10.SS, that an iji.spectioii l)o iniwlo ami tho burnt-out linlvl lie ivplace't I;  in 1 \uth. Tho Chief of I'olico was in-.struetod to kot^p count of the street � lights not burning anil to make daily report to tho l'"in', \\ul,r and Light Commitloi?. In compliaiRv. with the iiiidorstand-ing when tho suiier-assessnicnt was mailo that property iniprove0 A. R. & r. Co......................... 5.31 .J. Men. Shivoly ...................... 2.50 National Meter Vet. ............... 15.(50 ! MU.S.S01-S, Limited .................. 160.00 :C. W. Gray .............."............. 2.19 Harrison & Co...................... 41.20 .1. McH. Shivoly ..................... 4.00 iSoU'thcrn Alberta News ......... 8.10 Tlio bylaws voted on In.st woik wero i-e;i(l tlio third time nnd pas.sod. .\ byinvi for tho extenfiion of sower and pUuik sidewalks. wu.s roo^l first, .second and tliii-d times, and passed. Tbe.^e sc�vrs and sidewalks are ^hoso built durintf tho summer. The financial condition of.the Can-ning-Hi-yan Consiruct'on Co., Imild-ers of llio Isolation Hospital, is caus ing the couocil some concern. There is about S970 coming to tho builders from tlif city l.uit tlioro have boon lions filed against tho building amounting to over S2,000. Th� mattor was left in the hands of tho solicitor to deal with. On motion of .\ld. Cunningham, -Aid. Macboth wius appointed a repro-soMtiitive of the Council to attend Iho shareholders' m'.'Oting of the Wool len Co. to vote in the $20,000 stock n'|ire.s.?nted by the bonus given by tile city to the company. I For Ladies No nicer k'iIs f'.^r o liidy can be found than 'Uir �i>^c9 Manicure Sets, Dro^� n*; v'as cs. Fancy Combs, and �,il-'s fancy. a choice a.ssortuu-nt of Centre Pieces, Handki.>r-chicfs, and Scarfs. For I Gffltlemen Our stock of ChriBtmas Goods includes a full line of' Shaving Cases. Travelling Cases. Smoking SeU, Mill* tary Brushes, Writing Cabinets, Inkstands, Mid many other gifts BuiUble for gentlemen. 5,' FOR THE CHILDREN Santa Olaus, according to his usaal oastonif hai left us a very cotnplete^sapply ot all his latest and most novel toya L. Si, J. NcLEAY { REDPATH STREET - LETHBRIDGE inclusive, good to return within thiTOI the punip-hou..% Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure. And it is so ihoughly hnrmles.s and safe that Vr. Shoop tells motiiers ovorywhoro to give it without hesitation, even to young baljo.s. The vholcsomo green leaves nnd tender, stems of a lung-healing mountainous shrub, furnish tho curative proixn-tios to Dr. Shoop's Cough I Cure. It calms the cough ami heals tho sore and sensitive bronchial mom branos. -No opium, no chloroform, nothing harsh used to injure or su|) pres.h. Simpl.y a resinous plant extract thai helps to heal aching'lungs Th'a Spaniawls call this shrub which the Dr. uses, "Tho Sacred Horb". Always domund I>r. Slioop's Cough Cure. Sold by all dealers. Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer, Wianipeg Family Herald and Weekly Star. Montreal Lethbridge Herald " Sunny .Albcrta'a B�at'* THESE THREE REGULAR PRICE $3.50 $2.50 AN OFFEB WANTS OF WHICH MEETS ALL CLASSES 'fHE SPECIAL OF READERS. Trial cn/turrh troutmonts nco fwlng mailed out free, on rec|Unst, by Dr. J Slioo)), Itacinc, Wis., Those tosts aro elation had recommended a single en- proving to the people-without a penny's cost-'the grout value of this scientific prescription known everywhere as Dr. Shoop's Catarrh Remedy. Sold by all