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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1909. i Das! yr HeraM c Established December, 190? fMbliahed by the Lethbridge Herald lights Hrintiag Co., Ltd., every lawful tii -'.dice. Round St., AiOt-rta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director and Editor Subscription Rates Ofcily. one year, delivered .....54.00 six mouths, delivered 200 Gaily, three months, delivered 1.00 Osily. one month, delivered.....35 daily, one year, by mail 3.00 months, by mail three months, by mail iddresses changed as often as desir- "i. but bulb new and old addresses uust, be given. WEEKLY published evt-ry Wednesday in eight pages, and contains a summary of world's news of the week, -.ad fo-mgn. '''ar- yea.r. iu ?ix iriuculis, iu advance ........75 rb--t- months, in advance ......50 j THE DAILY HERALD j u >u sale at the following Cross Drug and Book; J. G. Robertsou Co., J. J. :ph' on the oflice pay-roll. For several weeks the average payroll has been j four hundred and fifty dollars a week. The Herald is celebrating its sec-ii I ond birthday as a daily by starting' i to move into its .splendid new offices jon Crabb street, This is the fifth i move ihc Herald has made since it I started up a little over four years i airo. The itinerary has ceased, j the Herald owns its new office's which are, without doubt, the finest and j most up-to-date in the province. i Xot onlv j ern and 'thousand dollars worth of the new-, -i v "c" i pug dog! She said shed get even t-sl and best equipment is being in-.; with stalled. A new Meihle press a _____ of two thousand an hour is in-f THEY LITTLE suilled. A new Miehle press with a THE TRIIUMPH OF THE HEN (Watford Guide-Advocate) The long despised hen is coming in- to her own. Fanners who used to j j chase her out of the yard with a Hail coax her to eat breakfast food out of a nickel plated crumb tray. GETTING 'EVEN Young Johnson your nly is the building fullv mod-! daughter has promised to marry me." up-to-date, but'about ten! Old Scott! That's i dollars wnrth nf i what comes of refusing to buy her a l'7Vpu'h's VaPabU' oi tight pages ;nt a time at a .speed of six thousand Hamilton yoi KNOW (Watford 0Hide-Advocate) man named Boyd was lined Toronto girl last week, oung men think Mr. Boyd entitled to a rebate of WALKING ADVERTISEMENTS (.Advertising "World) It is estimated that 2.500 men gain their livelihood by carrying sand- i boards in London at the pres-; inn hour is to be installed. Over five hundred dollars worth of type and other material for the paper is also b'-ing put in. A new double-decker j Mermen thaler type-set ting machine, 'the very latest and best design com-j wich pletes that end of the business. lime. The success of the Herald has been! in a very large measure due to the' LEGISLATORS AS appreciation and support given by i LUMBER FILERS j the people of its constituency. The! (Ottawa Free Press.) j j i The spectacle ot Dr. Fyue. brother' Herald has tried to ment that of :he .Minister of Education, and' support, and the fact that the notable men with their coats off has been given so liberally is its i working like beavers riling heavy, lum- ber, was to We Charge barrel for first qual- ity SPY Apples Other varieties In boxes, and T :t- TT I I t JELLO Demonstration This dainty dessert will be lemonstrated commencing jext Monday, Dec. 0. ''Come irt and have a treat." Brook Bond's Tea Served With Carr's Biscuits will be served next week al- so, so come in and have a cup of good tea, and at the same time sample this Dessert" Next Week at Experience Courts illiie II ifltley Co, Ltd. asd Hetell Cratfdock liner Family Grocers Redpath Street Sherlock Block T I have had, 15 yoars in the rostrum, and you >can get .J. the benefit oi this experience .t. in the way 1 bsradle i AUCTION SALES which I conduct on reason- T able terms, in town or coun- X try- Advances made on re- J. ceipt of instructions to sell. .FIUI G. Best rtsuIU; prompt ments TcJ. 261 Office Crabb St. -x. Autos Overhauled PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL I Young Co., K. W. Ham- incher E. J. Mitchell. D. L. port assurance that it has succeeded. It will in its new building and with its V larirer facilities be even better The 'o accomplish its ideal of giving turnin Co Drug Book ?ernie, 8. E. Suddaby. dranbrook, 8. L. Keiaecke. Brassy Tughaaa. 3ow F. Werts. Hotel News Stand. Also on all C. P. R. trains. people of LcthbTidge, Southern Alber-i inr dair- ta and its outside constituency the a Ioad brightest, best and newspaper possible. OUR Here they POINT OF VIEW are Ashcroft, Jaraes Arthur Oliver, Wm.; Sage, jRobt.; Sharman, E. A.; "Virtue, W. j Rex. Take your choices. Three to be i elected. :j and everybody vote for three. Plumping is not a fak way of voting. THE DUTY OF THE "ELECTORS Monday -will be election day. Ow-l _____ ing to the fact that there is no con- j For school trustees vote for, two test Tor the mayoralty there is a j of the following Johnston, G. H. danger of very little interest being j Nimmons, Robt.; Stewart, Dr. J. S. city. Ontario Milk Commission re-! in from inspec- i ;K fai'uis encour.icred a 'umber with the suit that the tirJber was upset in most reliable the ditch and the Commissioners were j J j given an opportunity to show that' 'they were men ot" brawn as well as brain. About live o'clock the Commission, accompanied by Dr. and Dr. Hoi- W.; I liagsworth of the City Health Depart- i ment, and Mr. John Bingham, maa- ager of the Ottawa Dairy Company, i coming back to the city in two motor cars. About hall" way between Merivale and the city they met farmer driving -j. heavy load of luru ber. At the sight of the automobile tiio horses became frightened and threw the load of lumber into the ditch, the farmer having a narrow es cape from falling beneath the up- turned load. Farmer Enjoyed it The automobiles had come to a stop Next year's council will have some difficult problems to handle to elect Have no other shown and as a result the real voice of the people will not be heard. The men who are most anxious to be elected are not always the men who j the very best men. are most desirable. It is thc duty i consideration. of the elector to make a careful sur- of the field, and then make his i Vote early and less than choice of the three men he thinks i three times for aldermen and twice most suitable as aldermen. Friend- j for school trustee. ship, sectional or personal interests I should hare nothing to do with the j TIie Herald considers itself quite a choice. The character of the men, i h'jsky two-year-old, their business ability, their ability to and the occupants got out to lend a hand. The party of millc experts for the legislators and time being be- came lumberjacks. The lumber pilers were: Dr. Pyne, W. F. Nickle, M.P.P., Kingston; J. Dargavel, M.P.P., Leeds; Mr. Bert Roadsouse. secretary ot the Commission; Drs. Law and Hol- lingsworth and Mr. John Bingham. They pulled off their coats and piled -hem in the automobiles and started to help the. agriculturist load bis lum- ber and incidentally clear the road for the automobiles. The farmer stood by and enjoyed the sight of the leg- islators and otner men of eminence pulling a wagon out of the ditch and then heaving planks on it. In five minutes the load was on and devote the necessary time to the Tbe Herald in its new office will do duties and thc platforms they stand Ilts best to Protect the People of Leth-, u. upon should be the factors in makinc