Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
ALftaUTTA, TUItOAY, DCOCMMft tt NO. TALK ABOUT LETHSRIOOC. Every cttiwa, who traveU wort, north or south is given an op o boost MI DICINE HAT by y Osnisd by (A Hit (HfcU> OVEK FOOtf YBafffttftAY) W. H. of CUraatolam paU a vMt to city oa fetttrtajr, Mte XeLMy vaa this mur> uiaf hy orttor of CaJfcraitfc, tc Gah HoapiUl. Ls Boy of COA! City ia dty atakiaff AM application for liquor His Hoaer Jtfdtw Winter arrived a climate ss auy point U the It peraiatettUy, however, the blama far. all tha cold weather of amtiatet. district court. baaufclfel af a OViu f o is the latest from the Buffalo ii ctvAW t faMiful at 8., Armrtrnag arrived (a from Wle after saow storm: "After this storm the American In- etiiuUou will know better than to monkey with Medkme Hat" But the citiaens of Medicine Hai should call an ir.difriatiou the retxMircM and development of this city and district or they can give in- terviews to the newspapers. That sort of publicity is effective every citizen should be eager to push the idea along. and jet out an injunction afainni the Nerf York jvOfe. The acyer- having seen The Arst cajr of coal WM out the Boyvl apur taia ittbrmnc. Hereafter all their ovtpuf will be abipiMd in tab way, Caljaaji toy dancer at tHt Ly- m aaotfcar rumor to effect thai work will be inaugur- ated upon the Koattaay Oeetoal in the ftming. and ensaced in _from ..the will gawe of basepalL in January or pkk- lug cucumbers in has hroken out into the folloviug melody: POLITICS MOT WAMTED. Mayor' Adani, the Chief Magistrate of Buffalo, gave and timely ad- vice to his fellow citizens not long ago wheti he said: "A city govern1 meat cannot be run on any other thaH a business basis in the interests of the. taxpayers. If politics is in- troduced in.' municipal affairs a gov- ernment becomes too expensive for the people. Municipalities should be run-on a business basis." No saner statement was.ever utter- ed. Politics should be known. in civic affairs. What the peopk want is a. business administration 01 their" affairs. So far in Alberta Pol itics has not crept into municipal af fairs and it is to be sincerely hoped it never will. The rotten municipa govermnerts in some American cities is due solely to the prevalence o politics. The parties take turns a grafting arid the people suffer in pock et and the city ia reputation. Oh, there's a spot I wot of where the Arctic winds blow free: Every week they have a bliuard, and sometimes two or three; he sun is ever- hidden in semi frozen sky, knd a snowfall isn't counted it' thirty-some .feet high. t's the place to wear a bearskin and suowshoea, broad and Medicine Hat 1 Rearing, tearing Medicine Hat! It's a cold-storage station, many miles with the C.P.B. at Port 9teele by P. Shennaa W visiting the city and in all probability will make a tour of the local mines. Paul St. John, of the lalaad Hotel, Waldo, was in the city on Tuesday Mr. St. John, been in the hopi- UI at the last two weeks from blood poiaomag of the Herald. AT. THE LYCEUM The leading t-hing on the bill afihe Lyceum this week is the dramatic sketch; "The Adventuress." The per formers are very' clever and made from anywhere, big hit. Paddock the dancer has With a weather man, some Injuns, novel steps And'songs and executes and perhaps a jolar tear, both very well. Be'is a particular! What :oes on there in summer, why, no one seems to know, But there's always something doing when the north blow; For here's the place old Winter is sure of standing Medicine Hati r flustering, Medicine A BETTER ENTRANCE KECESSARY It is to be hoped that the ef- fort to secure a more convenient entrance to the city from the other side of the river will be suc- cessful. It is a matter of prime im- portance and.means much to the mer- chants of this city. Toe suggestion that a bridge should j be constructed further down the riv-! er is worthy of serious consideration, i So watch the weather signals when the sky is overcast, And if you see the coldwave flag a- flying from the mast, Just .read the yellow bulletin and see if it don't state, "A howling blixiard's coming at- a sixty-five mile And if you look the message o'er you'll see it's dated Medicine Hat! Snowy, blowy, Medicine Hatr! Father, Dear Father The clock on the dashboard strike If a convenient crossing can be found j Father, dear father, come home wit and Mr. Robert Harvie's communica- tion would lead us to believe there are several good places for a bridge, no time should be lost in taking the matter up with the authorities. The present bridge is a good one, but the hills- on both sides of the riv- er, are so long and steep, that we cannot expect to retain the trade by this route, if good market tewss So the car to a This Store Will be Closed Friday Saturday 25th and 26th insts. fatkjCLLU. 1 he Sooth Alberta lumber Co. Ltd. it yN iw IM MV ncti ACT nH The Sooth Alberta Lumber Co. Ltd. Corner F. German w TW Between Sage'a and Roy'a w ood dancer. In the inoviiig pictures is the tale f. tha "Dumb a story of a Sherman's family, a dof.hero, that ascues little prls from drowning. The little girl, the bird, the tramp re the chief characters in another which is very good. Mgr. Brown announces the union band at place four times this week. Mr. Brown is a good adver- iser ,a hustler, deserves patronage, and is getting it. Ant Lcthbridgc New Dayton ntorassioNAL W. i. QAUMAtfH Badpath It It OH. C. LOVtIIIMQ Pttysklan, lurajna ol MeOUl UairemHy wal. Eottud and Ihifleria Week aayi, till Froaa U I pan.; J to to S. 11 1 5 to Day aarf one. the other side of the spring up on river. The time to solve the problem arrived. Don't fuss with the car any longer, pupah; You can't get the old tub to run. The cylinder's cracked and the timer won't Tvorlc: And mothers' been waiting since tea. father And come home on the trolley with IRON SPRINGS. Xmas Lbt of Huntsvillt on Roll for Term, 45. IV. prise Marguerite Hxint; Nolan Powell Com Dickout 1st. Spell- ing and Powell -and Thos. Noblel Physiology' and Powell (girls) andi Xolan Hutory-VThoa. Nolan.- Pearson. Hunt. Powell. III. Kalph Pearson and Gladys Nolan. Gram- mar and CompofiitiorH-Goldie Heeter' 1st, Margery Hunt '2nd. Spelling- Ralph Pearson. Physiology and Tem- Heeler'.. 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Han- nahan, Grand Master o! the Brother- hood of Locomotive Firemen and En- igineers, will on January 1st next neighboring province was eonnection the The vote took place in of, amzatioa to take the vice-pre.i- Lumsden and a decisive victory the Americia- Automatic suited lor the temperance forces. Company> with.offices in Chi- cago. Longboat, the Indian, showed that he was a good Canadian, when at the conclusion of the race he won at York, he rushed into his dressing! room singing 'The Maple Leaf For- ever." j Some labor men frown on the man who wears a dress suit but they look up to Samuel Gompers and John Mit- chell, both of whom are labor lead- ers and banquet idols in the United States. The dress suit is good enough for them. Do not let a soul in Lcthbmlge spend a cheerless Christmas. The Winnipeg Telegram thinks then; is only one C. J. Mickle in Cnnnrta onu su it announces thtxt Hon. C. -T. Ttfickle of Birtle, Man., has been ap- pointed a county court judge of Es- sex, Ont. Now tho in Jin who ronUy got thn job was C. J. Micklc of Ches- ley.lt ia the custom to appoint men to the bench in the province in which j thoy reside. j The Canadian Courier announces j the result of a competition to decide i the ten greatest Canadians. Hon. Geo. E. Foster will have an attack of heart failure when ho finds his name is missing from the roll. EDMONTON'S STREET RAILWAY! Edmonton, Ana.. Doc. i railway ha.s more than paid! working expenses, interest on the! money invested, the cost of electric fiOwrT, urpfeOiftiiOn IJi SiOvk, L. M. Offioe sw JOHNtrONC Union Bant, WcUtra Chartered lAd. CapiUl Meeta 1st ar.d 3rd inK.ofP Hall at S o'clock. Nrvliiren are cordially invited. S. G DAVIE8, W.P 24-ly T J. WHITE, W, 8 For Christmas and New Years Holidays Car.Miar. Rail- way announces a rate of fare and one-third for the round trip. on sale for December 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25, for New De- cember 30 and SI and January f, final return limit on all ticktte, January 5, 1101. 7-15 Fiscal Aeents for" Firmnctfi.1 Agents. All Stocks HEAD 8. C. W. R. BROWN Varnishing Household Furniture. Canriafe Painter House Painter Hanfer Wood finisher, etc. Arfyle Ave. LETHBRIDOC C. P. O. C. on the teeood of month M o.ii T E. A. 8HARMAN, k, PKIHTT, B. R. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. ta if EijM taxfit in the fret and tkird iKmtk at 8 p.w. brpikrem alwayi T. Moaim, W. %or 57.