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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALDTUF.SDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1909. LETHBRIDGE THE CITY OF COAL AND LETHBRIDGE CAN GROW IN ONE DIRECTION ONLY, NAMELY, TOWARD THE SOUTHEAST. PLAN OF MORNINGSIDE Lies in the direct line of the city's inevitable growth. Morning-side adjoins the ]NTew-City Park and will bb the most attractive portion of the city. Morningside has been laid out on a broad and systematic plan; and this plan has been endorsed by the city authorities as a practicable and thorough one. Morningside will be required for ACTUAL BUILDING PURPOSES before the present population of the city has doubled. PER LOT. NO INTEREST. NO TAXES. Down and 10.00 per month for only 9 months THE EARLY PURCHASE OF CITY PROPERTY IN THE RIGHT LOCATION AND IN THE RIGHT CITY HAS BEEN PROVED TO BE THE BEST AND SUREST INVESTMENT IN THE WORLD. DO NOT DELAY. FOR FULL INFORMATION CALL OR WRITE AT ONCE. P. O. Box i 316 Round St., Letnoridge HILL GIVES ADVICE Says "Rest Cure" Needed in Business of the Country them Railway company, who is in the the profit of capital then the country Northwest with Howard Elliott, pre- will face a serious condition. I do sident of the Northern Pacific Rail- way company, and Darius Miller, first vice-president of the Burlington i even the probability of facing a sit- i system, suggested the foregoing rem- j nation of this kind. The way to do not say this will happen, but I do say that we must work to ward off j TTY OFFICIALS ARE MARKED Spokane. Wash., Dec. edy after diagnosing the country's! this is to keep the people employed. Pratt, mayor: S. A. Mann, judge Spokane. Wash., Dec. ailments. Mr. Hill came to Spokane for a conference with Jay P. Graves, the United States needs most of all just now is to give business a 'rest cure.' Let up on this agitation, and do more work and less talking in trying to solve the great economic The 'rest cure' id the Give them occupation, and the North- of the municipal dourt, and John T. president of the Spokane Inland Empire Electric Railway system, in which he recently acquired a control- ling interest. He added: "The people, not capital, make the west can heip mightily to do it at the present time.-: We need more foodstuffs. "The country is still prosperous. Sullivan, chief of the police depart- ment of Spokane, are "marked men." according to letters received by them from Chicago and other cfties in the but this is no time to make a com-imiddie The writers say the parison as to the brightness officials are doomed to destruc- country advance, but capital must be j outlook. I don't know what to think tlon- because of their activity in questions. thing." James J. Hill, chairman of the'employed to keep the people at some of certain conditions, and for that breaking up the industrial Workers board of directors of the Great Nor- occupation. When workers curtail reason I would not say that America the World, more than 200 members I will face a happy holiday season or' which, mostly foreigners, have i won't, taking the financial i been sentenced to jail during the last! dinance regarding public speaking. Others were convicted for conspiracy. The general tone of the letters is that the officials will not be spared if they remain in the city after a cer- tain lime. Judge Mann has received offers from a dozen sources to him to and from his home to the city hall, also to protect his home during his absence and at night, but he has not accepted any, saying he is able to take care of himself. Mayor Pratt and Chief Sullivan declare they are ready to declare the bluff. !GETS TO QUITGAMi: Capital and Rest Exceed Put by Some Money SMs Fall Now, while money is that it status of the states as a basis.' Mr. Hill announced officially that I the Hill lines will traverse the Des j Chutes country, where the Harrhnan I system is now active. CORBETT WILL NOT TRAIN JIM JEFFRIES The largest salaries for hockey have been forthcoming this season, says the Ottawa Journal. But a new one lias just come to light that puts ev- erything of this or any other season in the shade. Frank Orme, of the Cliffsides, has been offered the equivalent of to remain out of hockey. Orme's fa- ther, the well known piano manufac- turer of Ottawa, made his son the offer recently, and Frank accented it. While.the actual cash was not handed over, Mr. Orme, sr., gaVe his son forty shares in the firm. Last winter. during 'a strenuous practice of the Clift'side seniors, Orme had his throat cut from ear to ear by A skate blade, and a dozen or more Stitches were required to close the gap. Since that time his parents have been strongly opposed to their son going on the ice, but his love for hockey has been. so keen, it became necessary to hang out something to induce the youngster to hang up his skates. j five weeks, for violatin ELECTRIC CAR WAS OVERTURNED coming in fast, is the time to build un vour Savings Bank I balance. If you have not yet opened a Savings Account in j the Union Bank, don't .delay it any longer, Your money is safer there than in your purse or your home, and is always available at once if you need it. Meantime it is earning Interest at highest current rates. Main Office cor. Round Redpath Sts II J. R. ANDERSON Sub-Office Westminster Rd., N. Ward Manager. Stirling F. Schimnowski, Acting Manager. Grassy Baillie, Manager. Detroit, Dec. Kendall, years of age of Plymouth, Mich..; was crushed to death; Richard Roe, seven years old of Detroit, had .hand cut off and is in a con-1 Cution, and score of other passen- i gers were less seriously hurt when an j interurban car on the Detroit United railway jumped the tracks and tipped! over last, night on a curve four miles I north of the village of Wayne. The peculiar properties of Cham- berlain's Cough Remedy have been thoroughly tested during of influenza, and when it was taken in time we have not heard of a alngle case of pneumonia. Sold by aH gists. 50 CENTS FOR THREE Chicago, J. Corbett i protests against being dubbed a "train- er" for Jeffries in the lauer's chum- pionship fight with Jack Johnson He says: "I have gone too far in theatrical work to step hack into active pw.jd work connected with the ring but I am going into training rayselt' at once, this week, so that J can