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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta >AQC TWO ALbfcffTA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER Duly Herald AT THE EUREKA. Sis Hopkins and the fuony kid kept the house iu OHO continual roar of THE MISSING POOR j laughter last night lit the Eureka. A man came into a certain Jersey'This is another sketch presented evening at St.. Leth bridge. Printed by the Daily Heruld Printing Co Ltd.. every Round Canada. W, A. BUCHANAN. end Erfittr. saloon and going up to the owner, said: "I see you have four doors to your by versatile couple, "The Thaten Duo." This very clever team played six weeks in Regina before coining to Uttllj. out: delivered Daily, iix month, delivered, Daily> months, delivered Uftiljv one month, delivered Daily, oce year, by mail Patty, iix months, by mail Daily, three months, by Herald, one year changed often aired; but both and old be fiveo. 2.N IJi .ic IM .16 1.69 de- place." i our city, and you can feel assured "Xo. sir." said Mike, "only three." they will give you the best entertaln- 1 u beer you have j meiit that can be obtained. It is one long scream from start to me tue fourj.uui after. The popularity of the i Thatt.-n Due increases with each fresh turn they place before the audience. j This act is in, no way curtailed at the matinee on Saturday afternoon, and I four." i "All right; show "The front door." I "Yes." "The back door." t'Yes." i "The side dcor." I "Yes." the kiddies can look forward to a good time. We also have a little sur- nrise in store for the children. "The cuspidor." Xext morning Mike told nis J and showed her the three THE DAii-Y HERALD'S BJRTKDAY front door, back uuor aim MUU iloor. Seven vaudeville u ceum tonight. .ts :u the Ly- The IjCthbridge Daily Herakl is year old today. A little over three years ago the Herald came into .existence as a week ly newspaper and from that time un- til the present it has enjoyed in a signal manner the confidence and sup- port, of the people of this city and Southern. Alberta. Lethbridge's growth, during the three years has been most marked and ia no respect is that growth. Letter indicated than iu the record oi the Herald. In November, 3.905, we com rnenced publication with a staff oi two. Today the Herald employs six-; teen persons, and its payroll is over j a month. I The "Daily Herald was a perilous! "And the fourth asked wife. "The spittoon." answered Alike, i wards why she didn't laugh. Hotel Clerk Alarmed. (Calgary Xews.) The way Lethbrklge is getting roast- ed by our esteemed contemporary thft Herald, would It-ail us to infer that us railway plenipotentiaries were blank--Mussed in that city oi good fellows r.-eently. Even the urbane hotel clerk gets rapped over the knuckles, it can't be that he put his oa both pockets and hollered for the police wlu.'ii h-- sav ing. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP It is hereby certified that the part- nership hitherto existing between A. Ci. MeKeown aini Brice G. Hamilton, known as "MeKeown nnd day been dissolved by mu- tual consent. All accounts owing by the said and Hamilton must be immfdiatoly presented. 1-2 SWIFT'S HAM BACON LARDS A fresh supply received today The Oentley Co. Ltd. Ptiooe Retail IET1HIIGE V I EXCUR- Extra Tourist Car Service would jrathrr that an i-vent of the: I jrn-atrst moment in tin: lives of twu; i pfOpk- had occurred. Mr. a'id i Frank White came to Vonuilion A year front Michigan. They had i Lvt-n married years, and were: Hut today joy runs riot in I of the i venture in a city the size of Leth-! is Jf you don't be- biidge, but thanks to the support oi j lit.xv h_ ivad the foliOwing from the .citizens we have had an encour-; the simple aging, business year. The expense of j of birth appearing in daily newspaper is veryj collunil This nobody heavy. The Herald furnishes its read ers with the same telegraphic service as is taken by two newspapers in Calgary and it costs nearly 52500 a year. However we feel that the best is aone too good for Lethbridge. We have endeavored to give peo j pie a good local and district per. Lz is far iroin being an daily but we believe it compares well i j with newspapers published in much; TAFT MAY BE THERE. larger cities. The Daily Herald, we might men-1 w'" be Asked to Attend Big Irrigs-i tion, has been a source of publicity; tion Congress at Spokane. to this city. It has kept this city! Wash., Dec. j and district before the public every tin- :3.000 delegates to meet at. the 17th j day of the year, except Sundays and National Irrigation Congress i'.i Spo-1 holidays. That publicity I kanr next summer may be President! not costing this city a .cent. i Tail. Invitations have been extend-j policy in regard to the city has been ed to Jarnes J. Hill and E. H. Harri-j man. and the foremost inigatiouists j in thi- world, and W. A. Beard.' chairman of the tive Comniittee of the congress, and the Conirressional delegation of Wash- i agreed with, but never can it be said, i inirton endeavor to obtain the! we have attempted to dictate. The desired promise from Mr. Taft. who I time ago --xpressed a desire to T this part of "the Northwest in I lyfi'.L poinf: also to Seattle to attend the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposition., Mr. Beard is enthusiastic over the In connection with the Eastern Excursions, the Canadian Pacific Railway Company will oper- ate the following tourist car service f-om Kootenay Landing to Toronto direct, to be attached to train No. 214 leaving Kootenay Ldg.- on Dec. 1st, 8th. 15th and 20th. For reserva- tions in these cars apply to your nearest agent. 298-13 Fine New Stock Of Ladies and Misses Shoes At The Shoeman Between iSage's and .Roy's I to promote its best interests. We have advocated those measures tvhicls we considered would aid in the devel- opment of the city. Sometimes, no doubt, our views have not beec Oliver's Hall Saturday, Dec. 12 A Guaranteed Attraction f The Beautiful Down East J Play THE: JKENNEBECJ HIGH-CLASS CONFECTIONERY REED i Successor to Gr. W. H. Keed Phone 211 Staged with All Special Scenery Daily Herald has great confidence in Lethhridirft and. Snut-hsm believe we have here the best part of Western Canada and its praises can- not be sounded too ruuch. During the coming year the Herald! coining eon-Tress., which, he said, gives J will aim. as in the past, to give its i promise of being the most successful I readers, all the news fit to print. We j in the history -.f the organization. It j look Tor continued support from national event, and is already j public and promise in return persist- i aTtracting attention all over the coun-l try. Hf addf'd that lie could think 1 of no more centrally located city in j which HI hold the congress, as Spo-' kari.- is in the heart of the greatest i in-iiration district on the continent i the Comedy Quartette j the Good Singing the Realistic Snow Storm the Funny Duel Scene J the Thrilling Explosion Scene Clever Character Specialties Bright Music and Comedy Watch for Baud Parade REWARD Given, to the person or persons who can prove that the Hub Cafe has at any period of his life in Leth- bridge employed any but white or union chefs. HUB CAFE LL ent advocacy of measures and means j for the advancement of our city and Southern Alberta. The Herald wants to be considered a Lethbridge and j Southern Alberta institution. "Lethbridge and Southern Alberta! TllH iwiL'ress is part of an important; first, last and all'the time" is the: "lational niovmient, and includes the Herald's motto. THE CALGARY DICTATOP We'll roll the old chariot along And if Lethbridge's in the road "W'e will roll over it And we won't leave one behind! discu.s-s.ion of such, co-ordinate prob-; lems as grazing on the public domain, protection of forests, water power de-; velopment. and i-fclamation of swamp; aiv-1 arid lands. Those wishing A NEW Golt'iium. Doc COAL MINE. new coal This is the position of the Calgary i inuiinp company, to be known the Herald in its railway policy. The McGillivmy Coal and Coke Co., Ltd.. of very idea that Lethbridge Board Trade should not yield to its demand for a boost for its campaign drives Herald into a rage and it rolls its bitterest sarcasm over this city in a front page article. composed chiefly of American has been organized work the pruperty near Colcman known as the! McVtttit- property. J. F. Povah. for-' ni'-rly ciiiff accountant for the Inter-! national Coal and Coke Company, is The Calgarj- Herald nmst not ex-j to be the general manager of.the new pect every person or place to agree and under hw direction the is with it. In Lethbridge the Council of the Board of Trade and most of the citizens form their own opinions; they do not need the assistance of the Calgary Herald. work T... be opening up property in a short time. The Three Caseys ure thore the goods at the Lyceum. with W I OUR POINT OF VIEW "Electors should pick out their four meTi and vote for them. Do not leave it for othor fellow to elect your man. The Herald nominated ex-Aid. Bow- man and Oliver for next year's coun- cil, believing that their past exper- ience, on the council will be of great valtk! to the city during the next year. It believes that they are two of the men who should receive the support of the citizens. The policy outlined by .1. W. Mc- at the public meriinp on Wed- nesday evening shows that he has a thorough grasp of the municipal sit- uation. He made several suggestions with which the Herald is in hearty accord. The city would Tourist Cars on a! Tuesday of each u'' Irair15 at 8.15 "p.m. ress Trains Dail) SHARMAN, Thrmirfh M. PRIEST. THE Fiii.-uicial Agi-nts. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royal Collieries Ltd All Standard Stocks Handled HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, B. C. 00 Apply !o near1" at Toronto for 'and west thereof. C.P.U. Agent for ful al ie Pride of Alberta, No. I of England Benefit Society loot in the Knighi.8 of Pythian Hall ibird Thursday in thf month tn. trcthron Appleby, T. Sir 57, ;