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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHMlDGB HERALD i PWNTIXC Editor sad SupL of Job SOBSCRIPTION a yeai Otherwise a year Per toonth f Per Inch THE MAYORALTY CONTEST The Herald regrets the defeat o Charles Bowman in the mayoraltj He been in the servici the city for many years and wa thoroughly acquainted with municip al As a matter of fac tlus long period of association with HENDERSON OUR NEW MAYOR Big Vote Polled at the Municipal Eledwos M Hwday ALDERMEN AND TRUSTEES Kci Were Selected by crs for 1908 CALGARY IN LINE Government Telephone Exchange for That City very satisfac tory conferencewas held yesterday between the fire andthe minister of public upon the telephone ques The meeting was but it has been learned that an agreement hasbeen arrived at and will be sub mitted to the council at an early Never in the history of vincfi to use the streets for the pur pose of putting telephone The city has the very bust protection was as much interest taken in mun according to the agreement can scipal elections as thutoi this over line at an early date This was particularly the cusj in the ratAS tml aro lo be charged b mayoralty The contestant government are to be foi were two old timers 01 ihe j business houses and for houst Charles Bowman and William lien The latter had a splendid 1 organization and that Uirje ly his big How mun did not seem to have any or HUM IS TOO BUSY DELIVERY OF To Ad as Secretary of the Amendment ia Its Favor was YOUNG MENS CLUB the city affairs hads considerable to do with his in making that at his buck and his friends uccouttc his defeat to that The victory of Henderson delighted statement we mean that a man who and celebrated has been in the limelight for alc ju j cannot help but make even thiee to lo in doing what is right and that is unoiv wfts lVbig and the vote what Charles liowmuri always lvveaed many lliuj At meeting held in the last the iienu was for the Agricultural Society AFTER THE BIG FAIR it is to be Held ia Province Alberta After the ndjournnunt ol the cral meetiiiK of the Airiculuinil So ciety nighi ihe mot lo appoint u nvasuivr on I ent said that his work xvas liiat he couht not Luke it per Defeated HOUSE OF COMMONS L Talks Akcat Pujsleys yOWRJVILL Remoinber that your ilionM Lave expertelice in the discharge oithe duties of this important ollice and a thorough the k A Trust Company has these requirements and is especially organized and equipped to act JIB Executor under Make a will and this Company your THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE Head Toronto Capital and Public Administrator for Lethhridge Judicial Advisory Board for Alberta t Turner William 711 First Street Alexander Corner d fourticw Vice i Van Spanieren his association with the Electric Light was used against LOU iieuded tho a fact that re VLMkd the confidence the people of him But when all is jluvc m his ability and in said and done it must be admitted that his defeat is a Iorlty i5c was to our munii xvho sat in the council a eipal life and the sincerely fcw who will s that the day will yet com Was the third A committee inchulinir Aus Court Hose and was appointed to nmke a recommendation for of the A meeting called for Friday evening llt was LO net us sycrotary until the Board could get a KxIresident Whitney asked that thenew board see about the exhibit for the Dominion Fair at Calgary niul that the society place itself on record ns an applicant for the 3y Western Associated Press debte on the Ml the quiet rut of the past few days for a short time this after noon when oi launched into a discussion of the proposed umendsinnts to theelection incidentally devoted a good deal of attention to Pugs leyo jnihlic utterances as to cam paign It was expected Pugsloy would but he chose toreserve his statements for a later and the debate once mure dri minion Fair to thu A next time it comes j committee including when he will fill the Mayors 1 fcw a R00tl Was mi As for we consitltr There wus a he will make a good He ms jood lineup in tlu raco to sit on the School business and should be ablu Weo it j0hnstoiv wus ihc to devote it to iutenvts oi I goc under the tapj the In connection with the to president Fivr plete the oroanmuion and receive i field ami Ifutch was uppolni An excellent to nominate the committees lor Uirucior lie for the 1 the ensuing the In connection wstli the by a his popular pro vemeuts to our roadways and side mtiiS Stewart with his they are ladly be exceptionally well qualified SWEEP FOR ASHDOWN His Ticket for Controllers and Alder men Elected experience in the lacrosse neW had to keep an eagle eye ou things and cake second place to the od Lime see that the city gets a square as he has had experience in this He is a heavy property owner and he anxious to go easy in expndij ture during the stringency and keep down StillLejlhbridge must advance during the coming Its streets and walks must be its service should be put on a better and in many other spects there is work to derson pronounced himself in favor of enforcement of the laws andthe will expect him to carry out lus and the Herald believes lie we have always found him to bea fiTnn of his We Avant a respectable The Herald can be coituten on give administration loyal support as long as the peoples 5n terests are not but once are we will get on the OUR POINT OF A man named Root is a psrliament ary candidate in Red As roots usually grow downward there is not much chance for on top en election fellow to be The vote was as follows Uillium Henderson CliarLS for Hutton Ivcs Ashcrott Baldry Pierce Kuan First TRUSTEES Johnston Austin Oalbraith EcAstorm Miebach Tirst lour The City Council for 190S as By Westsrn Associated Press re sults of the civic elections yesterday were a remarkable indorsation of j Mayor Achdowns policy of retrench till his councillors and nlder suits were as follows Board of Con Sanford Bak Latimcr Al Ward Adams Ward Riley Ward Douglas Ward McArthur Ward Cox Ward Chas A TFO TA DELEGATED TO CALVARY qniet majority of the IF Elected by the Local Trades and Labor 1 J21 A meeting of the local branch of the Trades and LuSmr Council com posed of representatives oi the var ious labor uas jiehl the cityon Monday evening The object uf the meetini wus to elect delegates the Trovinc al Conven tion which will meet in Calgary on the 1lth andto dis cuss those subjects which will be before the addressed As a are unable to stand this a great deal of it goes For expanses in connection with the election pet i tions the averagewas Kemp said he could not understand why in the past there had been no prosecutions under criminal which makes ample provision for the punishment of such The criminal laws practically remained a dead letter so far as election cor ruption was Touching on Pugsleys reference on the public platform to Kemp DEATH OF MATTHEW BROWN The lid was on good and tight most f Ad The Scliool Board Trust ere are On at the Gait Matthew a wellknown resi dent oi and a brother of of the Brown near passed away after a lew days illness clue to heart dis The deceased had been visiting his brother and Walter Ross at the ranch at Marys to regain his He was one of the prominent citi of having been one of the founders of the Ross Hail and Brown Milling and the j Rat Portage Lumber probably tlie largest lumber firmin Western A daughter and sons The body was taken to Kenora by the meting explain the different i uewspaper e was the new min ister of public works in the Houi as he would no doubt undertake to enHghten the infembers and the coun try on this interesting After indulging in some railery at Pugs leys expense in connection with the dinner given in his honor at Cale donia Springs in Mr Kemp declared the minister of public works was associated in laud and it questions to be brought up at the chief of v hich securing an eight clay for miners and comvensation in case of accident which obtains in other min ing The delegates to the Convention president of tfie lo have ever of a Piano in your there is the opportunity today to have one at an You know repiitation for mighty reasonable we are breaking records on a shipment of Heintzvnan arrived Come to our store today and in vestigate these beautiful Is there any gift that would be as greatly appreciated as a piano for Organs in stock also cnl representtho iiricklay to represent the car jitters Mc represents the local coun The At the next session of parliamcivt will have such brought into effect as will place the labor unions of Al berta on the footing as in the other After a general discussion in which Roclt took a prominent part the second division of the session took place on the Armstrong amendment regarding free mail It was defeated by J03 to Pau Conservative for voted with the r LORD KELVIN ILL No objection can be choice of people The tliree men are good sub stantial They will give the city good to the j as Johnston mul The rcelcction ot Galbraith and Johnston to the school OUTSIDB Hi5 Tm1 Brown last night for a large number of the oltMime friends of the brothers escorted the body to the station Great Scientist is Condition in a Serious By Western Associated Press EDITOR KILLED HIM the noted has been in bed eeks His condition has become He is S3 years By AssociatedPress L Bur ton was shot and killed the mine yesterday by editor Among iiiheis were noticed Mayorj of the Western Nevada Last j elect Macleod and board shows that the people recognize 1 majority ovcr Alder Mil burn ami School Or the service of two intelligent Nothing needs closer atten tion our educational McXcill and IMncher i School Trust and re new trustees are of the same Austin is a former school teacher and wants to see 1 standard of education in this city ot the very highest Every body knows Stewart us a wiik progressive young and the Herald is confident that work i iii t t i nil TOO on the school hoara will warrant his J TffHamv Aid promotion to some higher Office in the near 1 t Henderson will upon aS his lucky nnmbor in the L McDoug Swift TROUBLE AT GRANBY MINE By Western Associated Press Grand has just been received by tho local union which will tnnd to widen the broach between thb Gran by Company and the and 1 will for the present retard any settlement of As yet only a few men are working at the being engaged in track laying and unloading At th regular mooting of the miners union here tonight they say thorc is but little hope of settlement in view of the wire from veek Burton was run out of the camp f Rawhide by vigilants who notified Uint he would be treated with coat of tar and feathers if he re Holmback xvas instrumental in warning the Rawhide people against Burton through the columns of the Rawhide which he stating Burtons policy to litigation by contest ing homestead mineral and that he was a dangerous man to tol Burton called at the editors office for an apology and explanation In the of the it IF Burton threatened to kilLHoIin and that Holmback was quick to gtt the drop mi Holm edited the Bodie Miner He has been identified with Ncvad camps all his I The Turpin Furniture We guarantee a square deal to all who trade DEMAND HEAVY EONDS Merchants Bank of Canada f ftJy Western Associated Press San general manager of the sus ended California Safe Deposit and Crust was released on two Vundred thousand dollar bonds last light after spending the past forty nght hours in the city David presidentof the defunct arrived last night from Santa where he was arrest ed Monday morning HEAD MONTREAL ESTABLISHED PaklTtp Keserve Total THE KAISERS HEALTH By Western Associated Press London cor respondent tlie says that the two days visit of the Kaiser to London after his stay High Cliff Castle was to consult specialists on throat There had bfien a renewed manifestation of ear Savings Bank Department Deposits of and upwards Interest paid DKAFTS and Letters of Credit bought and Special attention given toaccounts of Farmers and Kanchers LETHBRIDGE BRANCH That Lethnriuge is is shown bv the vote polled at the i i Lethbridgc nrwr bar a better citi1 than e will yet o liim at his real tne Uiv 1 Tl I i Liberals ot is said to ablest spcal ir in the lie a i of the nnd H particu larly well of the In political campaign in Kniiand Clark was j rated liigh enough to be brouclH across the water to dt work on platform Tor the Li bora Temporary Dlivei1 Hecnnsl Floor Manager The new provincial librarian o Al ought to be right at home amongst the Blue We do not knoV it this pnn has been worked but somebody was bound to let it CHANGE We offer in the bast valley in the where the climate is unex where hunting and fishing are where all pleasures of life are and where fortune awaits the man who is anxious to ad vance his Choice Fruit Land Tn 10 and 20 acre where the soil is Easy superintendent of the Carbonado col lieries of the Coal has been promoted to a similar position at the Michel Evtn Evans of been appointed to fill the vacancy at rows INVITING you to examine our Glass does not mean that we you to if the quality and prices of our Cut Glass does not make a purchaser of no of ours Those who know the stores best are en thusiastic admirers of our CUT GLASS It is to add you to the number that we invite you to visit no fear but what the Cut Glass and pricesWill do the ROSS TRIE THE JEWELER Official Watcli for tlie R ;