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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Have lust received several more large shipments of J Cheese, Peanut Butter, Ontario Apples, etc emu 365 cases Alvinston Corn, at per case. in 5-cese lots, new pack, excellent quality. Inspection invited. Letter orders receive careful attention. Prompt delivery. Wholesale and Retail. Telephone 33; Lethbridge, Alta. Clem Bill of Health. PRAISED MR. KING GOSSIP OF GROWING TABER THE .HERALD'S RKT.ULAK UE PORTE i: J fr Dr. presanti-rt medical i 'health officer's .report -to the city counc.l on Monday night. The city was congratulated or: -met clean bill of health. k was suggested -that be taken to enforce a vigorous On Thursday, evening''last an open i incr-ling was hi the Labor Tem- ple, when addresses were given by delegates'.from the different unions, j A audience was present j Un-d evidently speeches, scavenging .system. The necessity of j ln of -the settlement of the j it sid table isolation'hospital .was al- strifcc ilr. Patterson, Internn-t- On Thursday evening last a public jglish ChurcJi circles. The number 'of infectious iRwrosentativo, paid a iribiii of 'the ratepayers of the O. .1. Anuisvn 01 Clareshoim j ?rj_ i i_ l.'n- was in town lor a. few hours on village was the Minor's ion Hall to "discuss the dvsstion of otamw i _ ;_ I K-s.1 in I _ .11 iliscases dining the- year wore fol- j IQ .he.gopd work done by' McKenzie lows: Diphtheria 2, scarlet fever 1. HP found him fair and JO I Jill Tuesday. ;He thinks Tabcr has grown typhoid fever 10: eight of which were broadmindcd and genc-r K-..--V '.___ TiibprculoG'is-. __ rinvnTil -th'O niftUt outsid the i-hair nnd Briefly outlinod th. of the wort ing a ensued. Uishop I.I-' A. Va.n that the minting favored ion and that a conmiiU.ee should IMS forawd to go 'iulo the matter, find out the It-gal positior. of ihc town and -the'ways and means of .securing incorporation. J. WaKon secondctl -the mot on, which was a lurgft major- ity. Messrs. VanOrman. and Wilcox the committee to -iuvcstigatc. The mooting ad- journed. the spring. He is ike Tlelianco Coal projierty. Mr. .1 Carroll has pure points. in hJs attitmle toward -tho men, and also showcretl 'Aldcrnsen Harding. -i Unv citv fa 'the west as good or the recent local fauhful serkants. i slawmcnt .from McCiuro Coombs W'a quartette.- by' Messrs. Stnnderwick, Oomlw. Vcalc nnd Dr. Uing. Gramophone seloctions were also given during the evenin- by Mr. U. Endersby apr-oared txifore Judg-i Stuart on Saturday last on the charge of ntcaling a horse from Steve Backus. He was rr. F. R- DftVicsi paid a business visit to Mediciiw on Friday lest. Mr ii- M- Stewart, bookkeeper at the "llelUncc mine visited for the week end. Mr. W. A. Aubin was in on Sunday and Monday last. Rev. David'Jones will conductllw Vn-lish Church service on Sunday morainj n-zxt at U a.m. in the PPW- bvtcrian Church, rating of the. Board of Trade was hoM on Tuesday-evening in Cousins Hall. They -nt-sldm. wry Khort sitting as the wind filled the nail with which was not con- dnc.vo to spooking. Mrs. late of arrived-in town ou Sunday train win "ow tilkc up BCT residence here. Mr. Xavi-twr 'boon amono Mr.. Stevenson is English 'Church worker, antl tej'vcry.wannly in En- Look at the Lnhel nn your HeraW. If it 1st, 19W. your subscription is due, niul 1st, 1905T it is overdue. [cleaned up. A. lied for permission command respect Jin< the men from -thous atxls of fair pcopte. Us ito erect a socoml storey on his work- ic.hop. The council referral the mat- Iwr to the City Solicitor to tain if they han the powor to isuch a rcrQuesi. 1 r. Vibcrt war, given permission to lots 77 xo.86. on I payment of the rax arrears. A bylaw regulating the blowing OJ within the i received its several readings I and was passed- When a locomotive blows a whistta Uw novv "'l will cost S2'V go-noral manager of the A. H. I. Co-wrote nsking that the spur them many friends. Compul Arbitration was discussal strongly and more unions precip- r arily W ar- j your Subscription to The Lethbridge Herald. lattvcs'of in was strong advanced. Thoro. is a stop in that direction will he The mcctin? was enthusiastic known as Ford spur be extends! j wo-st along the lanes intersecting blocks U and l-J.-.Tho counci, re- Allan having -to Quarter-Master Sergeant Crwk 1-Vho. clcnr t _ 'spur track on Smith St. con tor and form would haw