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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta .sketch .'1 This very- clever. ?w THE DAILY HtRALO'tBIRTHOAY The Uaily Herald oat ;A ffae Herald came into _ existence as a week ly newspaper. that time un- Ul the present it has enjoyed in 'a confidence and sup- of the of this city and Southern" Alberta.. Lathbridge's growth during Next uioroiiif Mikij his showed her' the UmJe front door, back door and sicki door. "And the'-'fourth asked his that Vv It k ooe start to f The popularity of the increases with, each fresh turiTthsy" piiice before audience. This act is iii. ijp way curtailed OH- a the kiddies cau look forward to good time-. We have a little sur- prise in store for the .children: Sevwi "YtudevUla ixrtiits at the tonight. .LJCLUUI a i fibril Id won years has been.'most marked aadj iii is that growth better than -Ju the record of the Herald. la :ko veinber; we com menced publication with a .staff of Today the Herald jjiapioys six- "The answwud And his wife often wondered after-! wards why site didn't laugh. CUrk (Calory The way Lethbridge is getting w{ by our contemporary tho would lead us'to'infer that were1 blanket-tossed m... that city of good fellows. 0ISSOLUTI ON Of PARTWERSH IP It is hereby certified that the part- nership hitherto existing between A. Gi ileKewvii and. Brice G. Hamilton, i known us 'McKeown and hu.s this .day been dissolved by mu- tual All accounts owing by tlu1 snid and Hamilton must presented. 1-2 HAM A fresh supply received today IfTOMB IheSouth Alberta lumber Co. Ltd Oit hi jm vl M m Prices is two. pica and its payroll is_.over! Even the urbane It. can't, be he puti his j and moutH. Herald was a perilous venture" in 'a city the of .Leth.- put thanks to the support of the citizens "we liave had an eucour- offing business year. The .expense of cpnductiajr. i; daily newspaper is very The- Hemld. furnishes its read ers with' the same telegraphic service ak' iis 'tkkefi by two newspapers in Calgary and it costs nearly a However we feel that the is aone too good "for Lethbrldge. We have endeavored to give the tor the he .saw them com- EASTERN CANADIAN EXCUR- SIGNS Extra Car Utter (far my idtf jwHJ it UHAnfce The South Alberta Lumber Co; Ltd. Ford 10 acres in Fruit in B.C. to tnido or soil 1? anus to sell on croi> payment plHii Leth bridge Property we either buy or'sell Mberta Realty Cn V PKOFESSIONAL CARDS OR. W, ft. OALBRAiTH Phynlcian, Surgeon, Accouctar Office'914 Redpath St. Plume HOURS: Before 9 a.m., 2-3; p. DR. a. -if. Graduate of McGill University. Mout- V, real, Offic4 iu Odtl Fellow's Block, cor- ner, Round; Dufforiu 8ts. Office Hours: Week clays, till 9 A m. U 4a I pjs.-ii L5 g; 7 to -jsf Till .11 to 22S New -Dayton- New Stick Of Ladats mi Groat is Alberta! If you don't be- the simple lieve it, read the following from Wrniiliun Signal ''f'r.prn (the si ignal a -birth'- appearing in another column of this' issue, nobody in with the Canadian Excursions, Canadian Pacific Railway Company will the following tourist car Mrykt from Kootenay Landing to direct, io attaehtd to train Mo. 214 leaving. Kootenay on 1st, 8th, 16th and 2tth. For o F. German The SKocanii Between Sage's asod Roy's would gather that an event of the} neare2t 'agtnt. greatest moment -in the lives, of two j Jiad .occiirred. 3tr, aud..Mrs> i Fraht' Wliite' eijne to Vermliibn. d tions in these apply to 2t8-l2 been married-fourteen-years, a childless. But runs the home of the TAFT MAY BE THERE pie a, good local and district new per." "It is" far from being .an-ideal daily "but we believe it compares wellj with "newspapers published In. muchj larger sifies. i The Daily Herald, W might wen- j Will be Asked to. Attend Big tion, has been a source of tien. Congress at Spokane. to this' city; It has kept this citv Dec. 'I and district, before trie public every the delegates to the 17thj day of except ...Sundays National Irrigation Congress ii Spo-j kolWays. That publicity campaign kane next summer may be President] .not costing this city a cent. j Inviiatious have been policy in regard to the city has been to promote" its-" best interests. We I Oliver's Hall Uatinlaj, Dec. 12: A G Qaranteetl Attrdction The Beautiful East HKJH-dLASS CONFECTIONHnr REED iTAKES WARMHOUSE 50 HEAD OF W Srail Ctj Ivktl RCDGERS 4 YOUNG StiMtS BlXDD Suceesftor to H. 2ti to JameVJ. Hill -and E. H. Ham- man, and the foremost- irrigationifeta have advocated those measuresVhickim the' world, and W. A. Beard, of we considered would aid la the; chairman of the Kxecu- of the city. Soioetimes, no {tive Committee of the congress, and j Staged; with All Special doubt, our views have not been [the Conjn-essional delegation, of Wash-" agreed with, but never can it be said, l.iugtoii, will -endeavor to obtain the we have attempted to dictate. The! desired promise from Mr. Taft, who Baily Herald has .great coafideuce iu j .iorne time' exprtSiOd a desire t and Southern'Alberta. this' part, of .the Northwest- i believt; haye Western Canada not soundiKi too much. to in ALONG KENNEBEC: Scenery HEAR: ;e. here .the-best part of 1909, goinu Seattle ia and its praises the j Mr. Beani is enthusiastic over the! During' the coming year the Herald coming he said, gives i will aim, as in the post, to give its promise" of bemg.-tlie-niosi- successful readers, all the news fit to print. "Wei'-hi tht- history o! the organiwUiai't. It j iooK for continued support from thoj rjaiionui' event, and is already! public ?jicl promise IR return persist- j attracting attention all over the coun- ent advocacy of measuresr sintl means i trJ': Hftaddfd that he could think for the advancement of our city IU> more centrally located city i'.i Southern Alberta. The Herald wants j which to Hold the congress, as Spo- considered a Lethbridgu i" the heart qi Southern" Alberta institution. disirtet "on'.'. the continent "Lethbridge and Southern Alberta.} The congress impart of fin important first, last and all the time" is the movement, and includes the Herald's motto. j discussion .of such co-ordinate prob- ifrnis as on the public domain, THE CALGARY-DiCTATOP j protection of forests, water power de- i and rt-clamation of swamp roil the old chariot, along T> o -j i and and lands. I And if uDthbndge s in the road i j We will rcil over it j And we won't leave one hehindf I tfct laihtK tow the iipMi km Clever Character Specialties MUBIC ancLComedy Watch for Band Parade tb person or .persons who can that the Hub Gafe has at 'period of bis life in bridge employed any but white'br union chefsi HUB GAFE NO PLASTER Costs J5 Per Cent less ua fcxpiinsive labor YOU Can Put It On Write Sample iiiJtiiastnictiousforapplyiug, sending name of dealer to Phon ancl Ntght PR. J. COUHTICE Cniver Chicago, 111. Office 9 to 1 to b. Room, i and 2, Mar.donald B-iocl. OR. J. B. ELLIS OENTiST I5raduate of Wc-stern Keserve Uiiivtr aity, Cleveland Ohio. OFFICER-WHITNEY Phone 307 Hours: !M2; 1-5 MADAM Teacher ,ot pianoforte, argan an.- SOLE: For sale locally, by all lumber dealers Single Fare Plus for the Round Trip stations in -Ontario, Visits .or receivis pupils, prepara- tory or advauceo. Howard" h Street. MR. ERHEST F. LAYTON, Violinist, Pupil of Gto. Wilbey, London, and of Frank E. :Blachiord, Toronto, is open foi a limited number oi Pupils. Also for At Homes eic. Terms on application. AHhur. and west, Manitoba, katchewan'.and Alberta to Sas- iiipTand WESliRSTEIl MR. ALBERT ELY Pupil'ui Dr. Brlggs, M. A., Song Singing and Voice Culture. Pupil of Chas.'Hancock, Esq., F.R L.R.A.M., Organ and Theory Voice Culture, Pipe Organ, Piano, Harmony and Theoryj Song Singing Oprn 'for Concerts, Re- citals, "Etc. Terms oh Application. Lethbridge, Alta. Those 4 wis A NEW COAL MINE. j I Coleman. new coal; This is the pe-Itiuii of the Calgary! mining conipnny, to be known as the! Heraid in its railway policy. The! McGillivray Coal and Coke Go., Ltd.. verj' idea that Lethhridpce Board chi..-fly of American Trade should not yield to its demand i b-en organizr-d to '.rork the coal for a boost for its campaign drives properly near known a. there with the Calvary Herald. j the goods at the I.yorum. OUR POINT CF VJEW 9 Electors shotiin pick out their four men and votr for them. Do not Ifavo it For the other feilow to elect your man. The Herald nominated tw-AUs. mnn uncj OMvor for next yenr's coun-: oil, trf'iieving that their jvast oxper- i ienco council will of great value to the city rluring thf ycsr. Tt believe that they twoj of tho men who should roc'-ive the' support of tho citizens. The policy ontlinefl by .1. Nfc- at the public meeting on y evening siuitvs that he :i ijrn.sp of the municipal sit- uation. He several suggestions with which tru- Herald is in hearty The city would do well to elect McNico! to the council to carry out these ideas. The Daily Hrrald's successful ymr is in no smftll way due to its siw'idy nnd coiiii'wti'nt staff. pej-son in its employ has oager for its advancement. A year the Daily Herald start-' led without a circulation. Today it has on its list; over persons, who receive the paper every day. A A For a few only, and by express per- mission of the owners you can see some splendid pictures in our south window. One of them, a typi- cal western cowboy scene, 42 x 30 inches, is L gem. The frames show as ordinary sample work of 1. 2KE Ice Cream for Xmas must leave orders, be- fore Dec. 15 th We deliver the goods WHEN YOU WANT AND Clean Rooms -In Lake go to MAH f OY YATT RESTAURANT Grassy Laks Alta. RMS UNDVjn I ee car collection of CARROLL WA-5TE of KNOX Gaicsbu'rg, 'Illinois 'Terms on application. Studio at residence of Mr. R. H. Roberton, 507 Crabb St. Phone 185 A-so to VALLEY and KOOrENAY POINTS .Tickets December '1, 2, 3. 17, 18, 19, 1903. January 4, 5, 6, 21, 22, 23 and 24, "1909, return HAMILTON YOUNG____ K NGINEEKS D SURVEYORS Room Block. CANADIAN ANNUAL NOVELTIES A big consignment of im- goods jnst opened. Ciiow Sam Co. MeXeivie Old Stand SHORT ORDEKS AT ALL BOURS JOHN Lethbridge PUNOFOKTE TUNING, ETC. Organs and Pianofortes repaired, polished, etc. Good work guaranteed. ...WRITE HERALD OFFICE. C.F.P.Conybeare; --B. Morton CONYBEARE JONES LlAERISTERS, -SOLITITORS. ,N Offices: Conyhcare Block, Lethbridge, Albortt ;.-w.. c. SIMMONS Advocftle, -Etc Office: Southard Block. GROUND RATES 6V SON Funeral Directors Embalmerj 321 A.LTA. jid -Ueaideiice 102 F. e. HULFSON ARCHITECT to Paul, Minn.; -MiFgaret Macpher.on Fraser, j ililwaukes- WLi-' Chicago, III.; Coun- A T -0 M Span's, -Des- Moines, Marshftil- rr s, Rapids, Waterloo, Sioux Honor Graduate pi Dr. r w i w i Edward Fisher, Musics! Director of Wa" m ,r terloo, la.; Omaha, Neb.; Kansas the Toronto Conservatory of. I fritv St. Tnaonh tini TEACHER OF PIANO AND THEORY in all grades prepared for the Toronto-Con- servatory examinations, will receive a thorough and artistic musical edu- J preparing them .fully for the! ieaching profession, for the concert, church and platform work, as well as for the drawing room and the so-i cial circle. Persons! consultation in Studio, at] the residence of-Mrs. Wm. Courtland St.. Lslhbridge, Atta. t Fresh Oysters At thf. Orders at all Hours Oliver Block Phone 228 >ity, St. Joseph and St. Louis. Mo. Tickets on daily DEC. I to 31, INCLUSIVE good to return within three months. to iir-arest C P. Ry. information. W. M. DODD, ARCHITECT Calgary, Lethbridge Specialist in Firoproofing, Sanita- tion Keating and Ventilation. 'Ernest E. Carver M.B.A.A., M.R.A., A.A.I.C', Etc Manager Lethbridge Office Bryan Blivqk ANNUAL EASTERN CANADA W. R. BROWN Carriage Painter v; House Painter Paper Hanger Wood finisher, etc. Phone Argyle Ave. Low Ronnd Trip ONTAPIC, UtEBLC AND MARITIME PROVINCES Tickets on sale Dec. 1 to Dec. 31, ir> elusive, pood to return within three months.. Tickets issued in connection Atlantic Biisiness will be on sale from Nov. 21, and limited to five WJTCTM! AiywWfc m Tiwi C.O.D. All kinds of Draying ami Contract Work executed with despatch Hayr Transfer Co. SING UP ISO THEY ALL AGREE BEST FOR ME; to drink Alhi-i'a's Pride if wo to honlfur, happy and wise. The' wisdom- lirs in drinking only a brew- v jed boor, sufficiontly "lagered" toj _____ igivc good red corpnscles to the blood Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents j of irnhiKor. lagt jtnd. s.11 the time, drink Lethbridge beer. Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital LETHBRIDGE MALTING COMPANY, Ltd lOr Royal Collieries Lid All Standard Stocks Handled HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, B. C. months from date of issue. Equipment. Standard Firit- class Steeping and Tourist Cars on all Trains JAS. A. MACDONAU} ARCHITECT Macdonald Block, Strcat Lcthbridgt, Alta. Lodjt (39) A. F. i A M., G. R. A, meeting nigfu, the tbint of mouth iu thc Masonic Hall, P. O. Block, at 8 p.m Visiting brethrna will always receive a nearly welcome. A.C.MES8E1R. G.V.8TORKKY. _ -Si-creUry F' W7 in K. of V Hall at V. o'clock. 24-ly invited. DAVIES, W.r J. WHITE, W. S 2 Through -Trains Daily THE "TORONTO EXPRESS" Winnipeg daily at 22.10, mak- ing connect'ons at Toronto for all points east and west thereof. Apply to nearest C.P.R. Agent for full information L. M. Barrister Stltcitai Office adjoining OHLR LCTHBRIOCE LObut nO. 36 C. B. P. O. E. Meett on the second Tuesday of ea'cb month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. SHARMAN, E. R. M. PRIEST Secreiary r Pride of Alberta, No. 293 Sons of tylari Inefit Socitti in the of evory first and third in month at 8 p.m. Visifinjf always w4 come. Walter Applelvy, -H T. RoMnn. ;