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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Gossip Capital Baillie aud for Piiicher Crwk Itceuae as a resuk of the At twrfleyGouerals dcparltucnt jvfusing Henderson Says He Vill En force the Law The folloving garding the coutinued enforcement of the particularly during the pre a licviisetobci granted JLincUr Tlie Commissioners did not iutarpivt law properly as of largo of toiaporurv they considead they had tlw power i during tho construciion of to issue a license at this Pinj ttw to us ciier Station has not the required for for f houscs anfl ttorefujv is not entit liaii a glance tho other day at a onfcimiitions in this city and district during this Tak en all in all the statement was cheer ful and proved that business condi tions in Southern Allxitta were most The shipments of from Alj berta during the past yoirs were j as follows UOO Tlie f Christianity on the Prairie Correspondence Lo The Hor One of the most striking character istics in the development of Canada is tho keeping up of Christanitjf with the ojvning up of the country Any iiiUnding immigrant nted bare there niui u it is a lovely sunny afternoon on the tilth day of uith ladUs coming suddenly MHO whilst two or thivo pedelriuns and as out1 stands near tho j proceeding evidently tu thy same htorc of this MSS of tho prairie Over the lull stmight in front is to a long tMwiing n and warmth tho ridge of on the slopes of which sun slumiwith u Imlliunu winch arc growing tier upon to niiidu it appear quite sud the tviiijioriwxl Diviiu the right and left are the various iknly a darkness iKClouiled tho glad other distant and at Lsome anil a fyw ilakos of snow the yet another with scuttcivd of hills j commenced to These are more soon was luckily temporary durk or loss covered with prwvnt ing ness As a small body ap a and appearance jproached that Temple of His State proclaim the luu God is The IxMutiful service of the Church of Knghuid uus then goiw through und the louiy of those jn hymns Abide With Me and Kindly Light soared through yucu how true are The night is ouc must those lin and 1 am fnr from and feur of lhti fif shoep from tui ami Saskatchewanfor 1UOO totalor JKT number Change our portion With the closij of the round introduction took place and Vjff gathereiJ some half jitcd and the parishoners of this Itni to a la evidence taken in the lumber Fiulays nanu1 was brought in bat it is only fair to ihe Minister of ti say that he is not or never was at time QUKSTIONS FOR the fol lowing which are of im jled Thu estimated jfor this year was The in the early part of the year was a head but ut present sales are being made at and is sell ing at one cent below the rate lust out of Alberta most i ed form of the Alberta Lumber I port mice to every well wisher of the Me io be city of you will confer a and help us in deciding for H memlver of tho old Manitoba As sociation but when Asso was foranxi to join sholl cast our vote for Mayorfor horws and Saskatchewan11 last year number ed or this year aic Ninety Per of from tins The falling the shipments of horses is duo to a marked fall in the caus A brief description of one thf bcHtlm of Hills und as mean almost as his lowly manger the outhouse or slabK was 01 his tho valley is situaUs one or j within is principles buildings fenunl This was until j the first worshippers to i ly extended parish Iwtonk thcmse ves orsfii i t in the 1 v rt i 11 c I i i is now clau jn their fur caps and ev to their various homes and many of ihstncts some One of iny buildings is i idyntly for any of elc lhemr will no with the wrifcr hottxnvr utilized for the holding of Tho congregation was comJrecollect that memorable I ittJe religious oneof which I was posed of of Divine Service us peared to an Old Countryman ishero and who send news home can mention that this is but one of many similar character celebrated in the far away placeson tho prairies of vast At the foot of the Cypress from tho haunts of there to and which im and a The arrival of one pivssod me more than many a or two inojo was tlie sigual for the PJVSSKK me more than many a grand commencement of the The Jn past the liquor ordinances ct to a considerable fvlent by the the counsel for the of tlie provinc have Iwou vio practical closing down of tho lumber lumber has endeavored in sever luted in the to inako out that Will if that every for ranged from S75 to shown in the prosej ordinance and bylaw of our city is rtl ways itism cut ton of the Jumlwr thatstrictly enforced And will you give Libunils were uot being to the police your support and co the Deputy At in enforcing thc this scheme as t i its Ly pointing out tta Last prices paid torncy of the prepared to pro sccutii every1 meailvr of ihe combine would glatlly welcome informa tion that would bring to lighi association of other than j tho prcseiit with the com has mum oni the political prosecution side of the cuse fver paid 11 visit to thu South lastweek to iti sixsrt public works under construej to consider requests for now large number of the citys but this year has been a drop of 2r pur Allwrta farmer is beginning to realize tjhat the raising of hogs is very year the ship ments of hojs reached but TXur to your favor of the 29th asking if of the city for 1 will that every or anl hyliiw of our city is I will A livoly mayortiltv campaign is in pro Tress here but it is generally exjslrictlr pected that John McDougall lo the police in support und elected cooperation in enforcing In hereby a continuance of the strict observance of all the citys otherwise I vould be lie oatk of ofiloo if Liquor bylaw is and The first farmers lino in connection with tulephono system his lxcn built and is now in opera a aottleuient west oi Tlw line extends There eight subscribers vviU and the chargLis a j he who lifts off the lid while I am Youra In Ontario the Liberal leader is leading an agitation for law ite points out tlie outrageous law costs are drain upon the people and though a lawyer himself he ad vocates the adoption of a fixed charge to an entire case in sUxid of the system of tax ing costs for every little move made bjr the It is interesting to note that District Courts Act at tho first session of the Al berta Legislature reduced tho law coats of lawyers in some umfctere rl is necessary to a At the recent dinner here tho AttoniejGcneral was taken to task by of the the cutting down of fees j this year the figure has increased to The total amount ofmilling wheat in Allxrta this year was four of1 tlrs Leth district and points along the line contribuuil the re jiiarkablc amount of a million and a half Thc homeslead entries show a de crease title to the fact that there is a scarcity of homesteads in this The number of entries to 1 last yttir was Up the same periodthis year the entries were Tlio customs receipts also show n falling principally cus to the reg ulation preventing the importation of range horses from theUnited The ugures last year and this year The figures of Lethbridge assess tire as follows 000 The building permits last year reached this year the am ount is not including the From Another Bowville spcms lost when the Lethbridge Herald coms with no i Root is having a hall built John Wald and Lukeus are doing the Williams is busy col E tor his Moss and family have moved McVsnnee has moved to To Measure bjr this It is only recently that a lawyer critici7id the Stschan Lien Act on the ground that in debt cases thoro xras no chance for lawyers to run a billof Tlia new laws of Alberta may not suit ths but the great mass of the people delighted with Tf Ontario hud the same laws as Al ijerta there would not be the ground for the proscnt agitation for law r Loth bridge Hiui Louis Lane liave eonj back to their happy home in John Clark is thinking of building n tarrtegg in Mark by Burton Frank j CahoOn ami Thomas For School Trustees Stirling Phipps und Thunj are four vacancies in the Council and thrw ia tho School Uiv Por C MU 1 Ch Jolm School There arc four vacancies to ho filled in the Council and fouc in the School i n V Scl r McNichols McNicbol of this president There is frequently much debate as to proper measurement for The following is now tilawtnMohtana and might be well worth adopting in That from and after the passage this the following shall consti tute the legal mensuremcnt for hay in in the state of Four hundred anrl tvrairtytvo cubic Teet shall a ton of j bluer joint after and up to six months SLUlemont in shall hava boon over six months in tlvt 5Ui cubic fjet shall be constfiercd a As to other kinds of after the same1 shall have settled in stack from SO flajs up to one yoars i22 cubic feet shall constitute a to the hay which has been in stack vjthout regard the numljer of cubic feet lo the ton shall be mutually agreed upon Ivy thc And in making measurements of hay in tb2 fol lowingis hereby thc legal thods of remen t towif The width nnd length of the stack shall be and the distance from the ground against One the stuck to the ground against the oth er stdu oflhe directly over and opposite shall be taken in linear feet ami nnd then the width shall lc subtracted from the measurement over the stack as above the result divided by tyo and there suit so obtained by the which vill give the number of cubic feet contained in the and the shall thereupon le deter mined by dividing the total numlwr of pillowed under the pro visions of act for a their dmithter to the doc 3Ct shnl1 forccanfl lancet from nnd nfter HF passage ami a vcrv approval by thc Horde has gone to United States fdr an ac by Sunday MuaLcr Thonius Pitts Ibft home witliout tFty knoxvltdgc 01 Ins parcuto and called on Jolmnit Reycmft is gaining from her operation nt Gait We that Rey croft will soon IKJ amongst her Bow ville Peterson IIHA increased her store by adding a htcict of will bo necessary to have while on tiift A dance vpa given in tire Lccane scljool houne Friday Re porU arc rf a good Rfjhort Reynolds has again re turned to liowville from Rtynoldo will stay with us for some time now as lie has sold i out most of his personal property in uf are a shacks cathedral one has its simplici ty and earnestness being very mark In gaxtng out along the vast aiva I saw here crowd and the only a solitary horHemaii bciiding his way towards the there a rig filled a young was al ready waiting anil a young lady pre sided at tht an instru nwiH I was surprised to siv in such a forlorn lit tle congreguiion rose to slug the in itial and everything seemed to iie in the ihidst ol the Lypivss Hills ut Next Sunday tho NonoonformJulw hold a mytmg at the sume U siettks well for Canada that soct vios with the others in jnaintaJn ing the spread the as should an entire absence of jealousy und Watch for the Daily and Myman went Lcthhridge and took us the little lady ha sore Peter Bradley is recovering quite from accident falling off Miss KHa IJrandsall is helping Wiss Hilma during the absence of her Peterson return to Row PICTURES The people are educated the ntoro thnV appreciate and value pic rho has gone to Lcth lures of they con tribute delightfully at a glance and later will make a trip to Calgary on White spent Sunday with and What Cant ttowvilht get a povnd law Nino loadi of grain passed through last Monday en and manager of bcr am prepared to prove that retail price of in Alberta is lower than the retail price of lumber in any oth er part of North America of equal j Bovrville recently is higher in route than in though tht Ot have water transporta tion for thoir iv market for their while mountain mills winterI Hi losing have re course to1 vehicVj I Iumt4r in a yard in told no Ids frcigH rato MinanTs Liniment still further The educated the more therappreciate and value pic tures because they them at Slnnco interests of which they can not or perhaps will That is why I hey plonsc and instruct tho er than mine in LothbriJge where the rmte is 15 oevts to tte groat benefit from the use of AROS in a at tAck of La and t have fre quently proved it to bo very effective likes pictures ami no home should lx its picture Ths choapost anil esl 5 the received Canadian It Ts to Cana o da what the London and Graphic n re to The Canadian Fictoral contains about one thousand inches of pictures and costs about a thousand dollars each Only ten cents a dollar a for a Square Deal RDINKRY I DAYS ONLY COMMENCING 6th Stock is Must have We want you to seethe Wares we write about below for your own Dont wait for the snow and the jwhistling whirlwind that drives sleet and cuts like Its up to you to secure some of the lines tion We would like you to see them Each item is a rare Bargain x I i i OVERCOAT SPECIALS of the newest 1007 and 1903 of rich imported ileltons and double and Pink of thlie xenifch of Regular price and Mens Heavy tweed storm the best ever shown at and Sale Pea heavy Tweed withdeep storm Sale I I m WOOLLEN UNDERWAER Mens Heavy Elastic Ribbed Un sells at and per Sale price and per FLEECE LINED UNDERWEAR Mens Heavy regular price Sale price Boys size FUR COATS Mens Fur speci ally selected and well value Sale price Bulgarian regular price Sale Montana sells regularly for Sale price regular price Sale MENS FUR Persian the best ever made value and Sale price and Russian sells Sale Mens Fancy all in all sell at and Sale price and Mens Heavy Working in grey and regular price price Boys Sweaters MENS WORKING SOX Mens Heavy Working 7 pairs for Black value Sale price MENS DETACHABLE FUR COL LARS German regular price Sale price Black sells at Sate Montana regular price Sale price MENS FELT SHOES Mens Felt sell at and Sale price and MENS TAILORED SUITS We have just imported for the Christmas a chooice selection of the finest imported worsteds ever shown in Lethbridge For style and workmanship they Splendid at f and During sale Well selected line Tweeds in grey and brown Bargain at Sale price Fine line of Boys Suits in two or three from Heavy S3 50 Mens Heavy Dark Tweed Working Regular price and Sale and ff ire Mt otefjctirj loty ijK te rcfMU fcwter tk Sik ntj lets liflrt Bqs BLOCK LETHBRIDGE j ;