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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta AGE'S LIMERICK COMPETITION Wit mi BiilocMng u gift for your friend Jtmt think of the sorrowful owl Of tho nihil who shunned Sago's And spent all his wages Now, all thut YOU Iiuvr to do is to complete the verse by adding one lino that will rend smoothly and in correct rylhm. Send your effort marked "Limerick" to K. SAOE, BOX H, LKT1IBRIDGE POST OFFICE, not later than 23id December, ond the three most successful compelilorB will receive at SHGE'S PIONEER BOOK STORE Goads to le value of $6, $3, and $ 1.50 Ali shades of blue, from Baby to Indigo, slrictly barred. The defeated Mayoralty candidate may decide on tho merits of the eon'estants' work and nwnrd the prizes in order of merit. I have not asked him yet, but he is n jolly good fellow and will likely agree. It will kn-p him from brooding over what can't be gathered up again. This is not a catch-dollar advertisement, but a sporty attempt to keep puce with tbo "Tit-Bits," "Answers" and Upton foolishness now rampant in the- tight liltle island, the difference being that in this case you don't have, to save up your wrappers or nond in coupon*.. Cull for your prizes when yon see your names published as winners on December !M. * R. SANTA CLAUS HEADQUARTERS a playground. Al present It wltl  too :ownAMhlt>''*bMr.i'ptMLMtl^ft''>�(|^i|wM the moans of mattering the retA.ll fights.  \>?; fts , . * the North Ward, he had been In r�v- ^ � ^ ^ h^kno^|6 ft or of the swbwny. Al� It Is now, p. o� , , ....  : �+&. riaaawn * , . , ,. ' . of educational matter*. U� would iilo must cross ei(ht>r at, Onlt street v . , ... ... . i,.,,^ lo,,1 t-1 wh-:rc (he crossing Is a veritable...... �.:�..*nMl J �> must have ...ih-r a subway or a 1U,u'h,lc ��'"�>'� an rtjmHfr � .all.v in regard' to He:..t,,r�t.lve-^ ablets or linuld-anfl"^' the proposal ' " ' '- stpinre. to dispose of the ^ h(nr f|UlcUly m,,p wlM CQmf rrm , ^ . sample test Mint on request by J)r. >m* In the. first pine the c.ty 1ms not_ 8||m>|i> w|r_ ymr ^ X any too much land and should w(n!n ;B1Ipt,,y wor)h lh,, s|m]ll(. ^ by nil dealers. Sold,;; COALDA.LE. Civic Nominations TUK XOMINKKS J''or Ulnyor: t'. 11. Ho'.vy.ian, nomimit.Ml by Win. Oliver, seconded by .1. L. Stovall Win. llcodursun, iiominatcd by 'I'hos. AlcN'abli, secomled by V. Colp. ^lAan. For Aldermen: lOlias Adam, nominated by W. ('. Ives, secondud by C It. Howmnn, A. K. lOiiHlon, nominaU.'d by V. .1. I^ckslorm, secondetl by Win. Oiiwr. W. ('. Ives, nominated by (!. 11. llowman, soconded by W. S. (lal-braith. lrn M Pierce, nominated by Wm. Oliver, seconded by 1.. M. .Iohn�lon. W. S. Caliirnith. nomlmi'tcT) by ,flerson. Vino aspirants for alderman The council for lUnS w what. It has for public purpos.-s. As the city ciows it �ill be necessary lo have s^.ernl such blocks tvorcc IVrry, nominated by Samu- iln.(es for all the otllcos in 'the gift of cl .I ones, seconded by A. H. Keys. people. The only otllciuls to t�> .Ins. Ashcroft. nominated by W, 1). elected �).v ncclumation were the sop-Whitney, seconded by 11. Miron. |nrftte srhool trustees, the only names .1. W. Ken a. nominated by Duncan being placed in (!. W. Robinson's IJoff. seconded by .lames Ashcroft. hands beinir M. V. Gallivan and It. It. .1. llnldry, nominated by W. I -. � V. Oibbons. As was exiwetod tho Ivto. HecnnktHl by William Scot'l. names proposev for the Mayoralty  For Public School Trustee. were C. 11. Uowinun nnd William Hen ic honors wen- placed in the nomina-, hard to outline a programme thr.. tion and six for the four positions �'" Mr. I.cs tillcates vrhich  It-Is getting nearly. when the hour of | wants lo protect tin- cily.s intoiv�t ! out for the Rood itt the city. j financially and thought it might be'! n ,, , >. I . . , , . . , He vvould snfeguali his own Int-er- wise to defer extensive improvements' ,, , , , until the rate of interest is lower. I , "S thu, land m so doing thought hi- would be impossible to cash nt all. The t'.P.H. hni\\� placud a new oper- ils favored the red ction of the arm of tin- super-assessment to the district benefitted by the local ini- in his eflorts. W. O. Hut ton announced his intention of de.iling square nnd honest in 'ater at Coqldale, Mr.' llnrr Is all the affairs of ti*- city. He was'' nnwjretlc wtirem-ntatlvn nf the eom-an old-tim-r nnd had interests here Puny. Mr. Oilllvnn. the former op-nml would do all he could to further orator, was transferred/lo Klneorlh, the city's interests. j S.isk. Ceo. IVrry announced his policy in Mrs- "elghes Is spending a few U-ne- unwise to s|s-iu| money in small am- | favor of municipal ownership w'hen ,I,lVH vvitl1 ,u'r diiughUVrt* in Ixth- bridge. benefitting the city. >f the legislature. C. II. llowman expressed an i>n>v'.'.- jounts for work or mnchinr-ry that is fhe time is rijie for it. The time Hi-,, pnrteetion. he �ls"'t-is. It is letter to s|hihI more .vet come to divide up the will endeavor to have the apparatus if we have- it and make jK-rmnnent MT'nr.'. He knew something of real distributed so as to ensure quicker w,"'k The stiv-ets Wotihl receive Ills Kood road-making. serviee. Ho fnvonsl placing hose in Wee'nl attention. 'I'he Mayor's or- -las. Ashcroft favored Mr. Ives' Tablet the Xorth Ward and in the south- gumeni llin the stre-ts should not. bleu of cutting up the square but east portion of the city. | '''' made |vriiinne'.it uirtl we know Ihoiight the pr�positio> should be He favrred greater publicity in all w,',,;h,,r Kas mains shoiihl le laid, submitted tti the pe .pie first the dealings of the citv. ' , is n goid one. This would soon be criticized the cit.v stivet-vvork M.d I known. ndvncnted permanent work. Wm. Henderson said that he v|t� He favored utill/.ing thcpuMic .1 W! Kenn thought that what thev llngnoss tc> speak at length ns he ha 1 unable to s|-enk on council matters ......-- ' To check' a cold quickly get Irom your druggist soims-little Candy CoW s called ProvenllcH. Druggists everywhere are now dispensing Vrc-ventics, for they are not only sale, t'c bift rlecidodly effective and prompt. Prevent ics contain no iiuktine, no lax ative, nothing harsh or sickening. r s limit- for th " -----' iTll,.vn hit i.natelv "cmnwt ",,�., . ,1, ",', ',Un'� ^ ,,,nni ntl K'dng to do is the chi-f vv ,. k ; tics will prevent, pneumonia, bron- With regard to making promises ho ed will, them for several years I change.I !",|"n,t' '"" "f l'"",u'"- Up Sieved in n.nk- 'chilis. l4i Grippe, etc. nonce the said it is not wise to promise tool He had lieen asked if he would kwn hundred f'^t" r"rl""!nt,"n "wnR ,wo in� iniprovements if money is a .-nil-mime. Vrcvenlics. Good for feverish much as a man on the council is only Hie lid on if elected, lie said there ,.,, ,, ''�, s;l",m' in thp �'�n�ri" ^�� able, but not ,itherwiw. Tlv, rnu- children. 18 I'twnntlcs 25 ccnta. _hotns:,;,:. zzt v^sz'.r.r;:i t:^::u\tu'uu'".....^ ,,,|t,iu,,,,m,ss^ *im by m> favoivsl dealers. � ..................^^t^tff t t""MM)>'tt M *' f f Ft ft ft  THE KOOTENAY FRUIT LANDS Wo may or may not be face to fnce with a commercial criais, but tho chances are that^prosperity has come to stay with those of us vho aro fortunate enough to live in this part of tho world, which is experiencing such a vast inRux of immigrants from nil quarters of the globe. Tho truth is there, uro tho elements of vast wealth in the soil, greater than any of us in our wildcat dreams can picture. Notwithstanding what croakers s ay. THE KOOTENAY FRUIT LANDS � will yet prove to hundreds, yes, to thousands, what it has already done to many who have settled then.-:-a goodly, pleasnt and most profitable land to dwell in. The elements played no worse tricks there than aro played in other prosjierous and older sections in tho world. Do not then be afraid, or unduly discouraged, nbould some i-n.: tell you nothing will grow, there are mosquitoes, otc, and conscq i.-ntly that there is to be a GREAT SLUMP IN REAL ESTATE Tho truth is thore are now, vr soon will bo MARVELLOUS OPPORTUNITIES This is no mere spoculatio.i but a CJIiyr EDG10D INVESTMENT. Trice $100.00 per acre, oa Kttsv Terms. Crows Nest Pass Inves CO., Ltd. HEAD OFFICE: LETHBRIDGE. ' *  ;