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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta nrr, i.KriiiuunoE iiiiiiALr*. ELECTION DAY, DEC. 10th Your Vote and Influence respectfully solicited for as Candidate for Mayor. To Dr. Galbraith,- Jlayor HoiiC''.s hAving decided or, to staml for re-election this year, the untlersignod petition you to per-init your namo to go liofore the people uH II canditlute for thu Mayor's chair for 1W07 and in |>(7titioning you we each and eseryone pledge ourselves tr) advaince your cause to our utmost.. (.'. Iliginliolliani. I'.. .V. llisinbotham. W. A. Hamilton. I.i-iiiis I'abhl, I!. Watson. I). IVlk'ter, Will. C. Liphardl. I'. I'atteson. .\ M. I'.itchie. \ I.. iMcKelvr.,,. C. W. Gray. W. Manly.  I. !: Hu.ehson. T. \V. Crofts. -M K Iloy. n. A. Wright. E. A. Sharnian. r. Kenny. Cico. SoatTwii. \. .Southard. K. HagfiU. 1>. Hrodifi. n. Adnm. K. H. Wil.son. r. MoNabh. Honr.v t^ocitle. C!. II. dohnston. (!eo. ISruce. .f. II. WaJiace. Ceo. li. Wooman K. 11. Hill. 11. r. Cherry, I'',. .1. Trascr. If. Ilirtrhia'ion. It. J. Heed. ir.lertors of The t'Hy of UeihbriUgc tJouilemcu, (n i-espnn.se lo the rcc(uc.st of jie.-ernl of uiy fellow-citizens, I ha%e.decided to oiler niyHclf as a candidate for the odicii of Mayor for the year 1�07. In (lo'ing so it is with the de.siro lo do what I can to conLinun and li possibk- increa.se the prosperity of (lur rit.N und with th�^ i-onscioii.stvKS that (here are others, more capabli! than myHotf. who, for reasons which are doui)tl�)ss good have declinwl to '>>o nominated. It i.s both undesiimble and impoK - sil>le for inn to make a personal canvass siwl t nn\�t therefore ask tho.se who have rdtjuisitioned mo to m.ike good their promise, of support to en-.sure m,v olect'ioii. 1 am. ^ ^V)urs sincetioly, W. a. OrALnRAITFI. Rambling Reveries I.. By a Dbeameu. good or bad. it hecom.-'s nlmo.st a Coat of msi'il. Look at the man -if business-jirompt, relialile. consci'.,'n -tioiis, lyct clcur-headod ami tni'rgotic. When morninji;. works, plays," .studies and we will tull you .iust what kind of a umn he will make. The Ixiywho i.s lati! at school stands a poor chance to I'c a prompt man. Tli.; Iio.v vho n.'Jgl'ects his .si tidie.'i, be the.v ever so sinall. and lh.>n excus is - hin>s�if by .saying, "I forgot; T did-i't On - d to will ke Mjur swoothoart. .V iwir.-.ss noxy and tlvii. or a lender word costs so lil-,iiii( meaCi* so much to the wo - of rest on her n�oHier's breast; and one might go on wMth instance arti>r instance of the influ.jnce that asveit minded woman has in the .social cir- !clo with which she is conneet^l'l. ;IJeaut.v 'is an insignificiint power, ' when com]>ai'ed with hers. CIMNUHOOK TO .SfOKAM-J. tl man m To Start ICarlj- Pasfi,inger Sorvice-Afl Trains lo Moat at 'Nahk. your clioic!?. SOMKlIUXti FOit nOYS, ff.'ranbrook IleraW^ j Tlu! visit of IC. J. Hoberts, goneral .Many pi'o|jle scorn to forget that snr�orir�t�iwlont of the Corbin roai!, ihai-acter grows; that it is not .some- ai>d J.S. Clnrtor, tlistrict pasfionger thing to put on. rwu.'ns with tiic strength, untir.soii ters at Xolson, 4o this city on Wed-neso a conference was hold with O. Eri.jk -superlnten(lonW_iit the Crow's N'est Division hud some partic il/ic significance of more than ordinary importar.ce to C'ranbrook and the di.strio!. The object of this confer-cacp. was to arrange tor iiosseng-M* trafP.o over thj Cor'JTn road and the Crow from t'lanhrook to Si>oka',ie, which is lo lie maintivin^d until ihe regul'ur thfoufeh trains are jml on n.-'Xt April or .May from Si. I*au! to Spokane by the wa.v of ('ranlironk. This arrangement will go into et'ioct as 'loon lis the Corbin road cori l>l.>tps the bridgv; over the- Spokane river at Si'okane. It is the IntmlUni to arrangvT for the two trains on the ("row to cross at Vahk and to be mo-t there by a passc-nger train on the Corliin road to carry all passengers to Spok.nno. This arrangeia.^ni Would {iro\e a great eonxciii,>nr.' io the people of this pnrt of th.^ dis -Irict and would nnsw.'r very w'ell is a subs'iitiito (intil the through I rain i ar,^ put or. ne.vt spri'ng. Sir. I'lirter and Mr. lloborts retunied homo lo day Well sal'islie.l with tlv.^ progress of ih.j negotiations iiiaugiirali'.'l. DONT K.VOCK. Till-; rf�AT I'AU F.\CKi.i,i:.s(:i;. The Drews Coal Si.'.labh- loV .\n.\ end Fwrv Ocrnsinii. No cosliini.i that Is al pivs.^iil in general us^ b.\' m.'n p;-e.s.>nls iii.)i-.' advar.tagos than the frock coal. Ii shows otV a good fiatirc. to advun -tage, while concealing the dei'.'cls m' a poor one. Ilepau.se they make 100 frock co.it:-every wwk, the S.nni-ready frock I coat is bolter mada than any custom tailor making Iti in a seasoi. can possibl.v imkie on,'. For S'J,"! one can buy a Semi-Hesidy frock cout. Vest and trous.-rs, ira.ie in fine bbuk cheviots. .Silk linings and facinas i make the suit cost a lilHo inor.'. t Dre.ss suits ar.d Tti.xedo jackets mndu i >y the Seini-Uead.v Company are , ually good and ivasonahle ,ii pi.l. ^'nll i'an'l --MU won:! willi a h.inilii.'i' 111;.' son. �NVir I'asU'ii bri(l..;e tiiiilivTs \ilii I acks; I'hi' world sunn slums n u'n.l-iaiii 111T. i!i\ Klin; Null (mm'l build -to lasl with iiier;-w/i.v. Til V. n you must Imsile with inighl and with main. , And give nH'oiiip.-'ii.s.;' for your wages. For tJio.se who strive h,ird.est fle.sei'v,. ,m',.'iitesl pviln- True worth is ili,. be.sl df all gages. You c.i.u't saw Wood wiili n Imumii'r, my son. Nor write for th' fiiLuiv In sar.d; I'll.' World asks moi-.^ than ifi're claiiior. jii.v son- It's work of ih.' brain and Ibe hand. �-^o labor a'.va\ v, iih a wbivlle an.I laugh. Anil scalier good ch,->.-'r as ,. un labor. Poij't worr.v-^ili.' Wiiiiil .snnn �ln nows oiil ihalT- It's the vli.>et tliu'l .sou'll n..'II in .voiir ni'iglilior. -K\ch uiA.'. OIOTOTOTOTOKOTO'O: )TCiO^ Cetbbrldfle Iron CUorks Co.> Ud Iron Castings and Machine Work Structural Steel Columns, Sashweights MILL AND MINE SUPPLIES Pipe TRACTION ENGINE REPAIRS i> Valve* Bar Iron Babbit Metal Mittcrs' TooU ^ BOIL-EIR REPAIRS OF AL.L. KINDS CO-NfPETENT OOILKUMAKEU SKNT OUT WHEN UEQUIUKD (M'N (I.I 11 ISAFF. I Th.-' �;iiii Club ball last Friday I n'filit wa.s a liiig\> success in evc-ry way Th,^ gathering was large. rie|>-re.s.'ntative and congenial. A'o belter iiiiisic coulil hiue b,x;n d.'Sir,',! th.m ili.it siippli.-d l),v Harper's o.xcelleiii orch'stra. Cus N.ji'dig and W, U'lmiio lilleil till' liill pi'i'feetl.v as Masters u! ! Cei-i'moiiie.'.i Tht.' decorations in tht hall wera si iikin.!;ly uppro)>riate, ' ironsi.stiii.ii of rilles, the heads oi giiiee and such like. The Kupjier .s^'i-ved at 'the Dallas (iroved thiit Must Kckstorm is an adopt nt the Imsi-ness. The menu coiita.ned all vvild gnmn native to .Mberla and asniiglit IH! e.vpeeled they were cooked .vnd served to the King's la.sU'. The ball wa.s handled b.i th.- I'ollowia;^ committees: ('ha'irman - Win. Oliver. Seo.-Trens.--T. .Mc.Vabb, Sr. Kelreshnii'iit, Ha.ig.-s and I'rintiii..', -F. IJooney. T. I'hair and I. N. McF.van. Music and Floor- \. Dooney. 1'. McNaibb, .Ir., F. Fra.ser, It. I.iviiig-slone and II. Case. ivecoralion-II. Case, T. Clayton. H. Withers. T. .MrVabh ^r., .S. I!. C^rabb. liec.'ptioii-,1. I"., l.ivinftston. r'. '�' JKyliinds, C. C. K. .Vourse, T. Mc-INabb, Mr, Wm. tlliver. W ilendcr  ' son and. II. Wi'lhors. ! Door-F riooney, T. Fhair. ,1. C, l.ivingRlona and Win. Oliver. V oiidering ever since. He took a pack of cards and a-sked Mr. Kainsay to draw ii card out and look at^ it aiKl lii' sure what ii was. The card was �the t at leasl ask -'or | a free trial ho.v of Shoop's C-atnrr!i � Cure. .V'olhing :so surely ,)iov;s m.^r-j it as a real, actual test-an.I Dr i Shoo|i. to prove this, earna.stly d.3-sir.'-s that we let you iiuik'.; that last. Th's cr.^amy, snow white hoaling beliii. soothes the throat an':l no.'i -trils. an.l quickly purilies a foul ur levi'ri.'-h breath. Call and iiivesti -gate. Sold b.\- ,j. I). Higinbotham & Con'pany. files fi-ei i"|inck cilief from In. Shoop's Magic Oiiitnieiil . liemeinb.T it's m;idi' almv.' for I'ite.s-^aiid il works with cerlaint.e anil satisfaci -Hon. ftchinn, painful, protruding, or' blin-d piles disappear like magic hy its M.se. Try it and see! Sold by �!. D, lliginbothnm & Com|>any. A ( AUD TRICK. Oh. CAUPE DIEM. the man who never (Ciiicher Ca-^'k Echo.) Mr. T. .\l. Itamsay spent Friday night in Macleod and wMIe visiting the Club was given an exhibition ly (he Great McEwcn which not oni,^' H.stonished him but h.xs kepi him h.u-e's to thinks Nor takes for the morrow care; II.' earns what ho s|)i>nds, anfl spon'iu what he earii.s. With never a thought foi' his heir Wliile others may liurry, and hustle, and worry, Ho saunters along the way, And g.Ms full mcasuro of all the ke 11 prudent man, who ma-ies all ho can, lie scorns at our chwrful fell^'.v, � Wh takes t.nw to snooze, and nlay poker and booze. .Vnhical lore; In the den he calls home, thcii.'*� scarcely a toir.e. Snve of hovols a plentilinl store. �Viwi he, Aor.V wise, takes much e.\ei'- , Cifc'?, In a quit.,'?'iinconvemionaF way; For to sk-�p and (o rest, and to eat of tho best This ho does for his hoAlth every: day.-* liul When Jii'ois ovei, and siilnts aro a; in clover. , - 'i He'll be' found by tho'peftrly gat#: .Vnd he'll tip th.' 8nle-k�c|>er, , Iho; porilv Snint I'otcr, Not a inoitient k.o xncir;),' biitmat: too laio. .':r'..^: ;