Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
UTHftRiDQI. AIMKTA. TUUOAV. DCOCMMBii. flir lUrtM. rear ae aue4; tat twti) oew and oid be de- THE MUNICIPAL-ELECT I OK inunittpoi, some Hurpriaat. Tbe vote wave very light and that BO doubt ac- counts for the position of some of the AJterte, Tte BftbUn foVettaeeat in about tfce efeetpaet kind of AC outfit oa the of the A few before the Dominion election it created a by throe prominent ejrreeted oa a of br-tsry.' Bieee the election nothing the eaaee until the other day whan was BV.de that the proceed inge had been dropped. The whole affair a low down, political move and a dUgracc to the already much dieered- ited Conservative government of Man- itoba. Will Teddy Rooeevelt be recogubed in history as a great president asks tbe Toronto Globe. 31 letter writing is an evidence of greatneee he surely will. Are You The wtulU of Modern ciritiiaticB ia an of It c ouW not wi yay i ewcmual of worry, all .ivyi MCtrVW. till tllfeV lirV OUt in IVTOit, aU wm be JHILBURN'S HEART. AND NERVE PILLS wita their n 11L fia-1 foe years been troubled with The men elected ought ,to give good service., They aw committed to the progressive policy adopted by year's council, and, there will be no, dang or ol ntcesaary being held back. Two of. successful -.candidates, have sat at the council board before and are familiar with, municipal faira. Mr. Bowman, is one of the beat men the city ever had in its ser- Geo. M. Hatch, is not new to lite. He is j one. of the, most prognaalve of our citizens and we are confident .that he will give good ser- vice to, the city., David King's elec- tion is not a surprise. He has been MR. LEMIEUX ABROAD (Collier's Weekly) Hon. Hudolphe Jjemieux is at and ceremonies i TVO :fces4k Ulte tuaoy otaent. on atedtcirw tKmt did RMI c oJ. 1 no bed that Hw IMM noi m.ike we jump my iwaart HJ yott couW JJCAT it plainly and lie ou left uigat. v A few of otberi MH! dfr- :s to try Milbarn's Heart and Nerw t'l.b, and to my great joy awl wirpriw cured me it ouly took to do it. I have a Mn Kickctti awl 1 bcr to try theso and off owl u care. I cau endorse Uwir knyoae afflicted M I Price, fjQ cecU t tox, 3 (OP at ell d-jalers or mailed dir-ct on ol price by The I, MUbum Co., JJaiUed, Car of Windsor Salt On Track Today Ike tatty Co. IK in England. The All Had cable oh an even rosier hue from liis san- guine eloquence. It surprises nobody to hear- that Canada's postmaster- i general is to be Sir Kodolphe pre- sently. This will give him a bigger label, but it cannot make him a big- ger man. Since Mr. Leuiieux stepped into the post office department be has shown, -the most characteristic trait of. greatness. He has not hesi- tated .to have' big men around him. He is no more afraid of capable lieut- A small in the limelight all year a. a critic of municipal and hi. policy in bear, no brother regard to certain of this ysufs council made: him many, votes He is what might be termed "a kick- er" but he is not a crank and we be- lieve he will loyally support .every measure intended for the advancement of the city. One thing is will want to know the why and where fore of. srerythinjr comes before the council. For fourth place there is a-tie. Wil- liam Oliver is a prominent, business man with heavy in the city. He is a former mayor and alderman and his record in those positions was most creditable. MORE POLLING BOOTHS near tbe throne to diminish his lustre -and intrigue for his place. But Mr. Lemieux has never felt tout way. He liked to see people make_good, and even the rising flame of his bril- liant young deputy minister of labor, William Lyon Mackenzie King, caus- ed, him not a pang. There was repu- tation enough for. both, and itr. Le- mieux considered, that Mr. King was robbing hnn When he took his share. They halved up on the dis- tinguished missions that fell to their department and they halved up on the glory, and now the word is. that Mr. King is to. be promoted Minister of Labor, and there will be two'cab- inet ministers where only one grew before. Which is quite different from what Lord Kitchener did to Lord Curzon, who speedily .found out that in all India there was not room for two men of their size.. At any rate DO YOU WANT TO BE RICH? This and Believe It All the land vili soon be sold. Don't wait unti tomorrow and iind it all gone. Too mauy people now can tell what they might'have done new in Hechace Valley Und British. Columbia, ?16 per acre, per acre cash, balance J yearly payments. "When the Graru .Trunk Pacific B.S. is completes! n fall, land wUl for llOO'ind per acre. The eyes c! the worlW. li.: Secretarj, P. O. Box SSI Meets 1st and 3rd in K. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. W. M. DODD, ARCHITECT Calgary, Specialist in Fireproofing, Sanita- tion Heating and Ventilation. Ernest E. Carver M.B.A.A., M.R.A., A.A.I.C Etc Manager Lethbridge Office Low Round Trip Kates to ONTAJUC, QUEBEC AND MARITIME PROVINCES Tickets on sale Dec. 1 to Dec. ia elusive, good to return within Uuee months. Tickets issued in connection Atlantic Steamship Business will be on sale from Nov. 21, and limited to five months from date of isane. finest Equipment. Standard Canada Western Chartered Corporation Lid. Capital brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P 24-ly T J. WHITE, W. S RO. Throtigh Trtint Eiycsi Trims :___l A mnanciai Aguuw. BFukers. ,for Reyaf CoNHrks Ltd AH Standard Stocks H THE 'TORONTO EXPRESS" Winnipeg daily at 22.10, mak- ing connect'ona at Toronto for a" points east and west thereof. Apply to nearest C.P.R. Agent for full information. L. M. JOHMrrONC Barritttr Office Onion Butk A 1V MceU on aonth at a.n p.m. E. A. 8HARKAN, E. R. ol M. PRIE8T, Secretary lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 298 WMM EMMIiii HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, B. C. in tlM Knigkto of Hall CTfi? (Int Mtd iu at 3 p.m. Uniting T. toMM, 67.