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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta lishment can be taught than the vbiiity to think and express one's houghts clearly standing before a :rowd. Country life was voted pre- 'errable to city life, no offense being Intended towards Lethbridge. Mr. C. A. Crawford has opened" a saddlery on Cameron St., which should prove' a boon to the users of harness whose name is legion. Rev. J. A. Doyle, of Regina. de- .ivered an exceedingly practical and nspiring address on Sunday- School work, in the Methodist church recent- 'y. Those who were fortunate enough o hear it went away with enlarged deas of the vastness of our Western j Canada and the exceeding import- mce of work among the rising gener- ition. The Literary and Debating Society liscussed the live topic of Woman Suffrage at their last meeting. Mesrs. Fustian, McKinnie and Haidge, :hampioned the cause 'of the suf- 'ragists, and Mesdrs. Smith, Me Ivor '.nd Bishop stood for the "s talus iuo." The matter was diseased from various standpoints, moral, social and practical, and it proved exceedingly interesting to the large crowd which was present, )f whom many were ladies. So even- 'y balanced were the arguments that -he judges were unable to render a decision. So the last stronghold of masculine supremacy' is tottering >nd it requires only effort on We part the women (God bless them) i.6 achieve an absolute equali- B. K. Roy Oats In 8 Bags 45c Received The fentlej Co. ltd, Payments A few nice lots dO ft. by 140 ft. on Tor ranee AVO., Nbriii Ward. One iot sufficient for buildings aite.. '.Terms down, balance per iijontli without interest. ilttiil LHHHItt m DARK AND LIGHT beer as brewed by the Lethbridge Brewing and Mailing Co. are equally good a matter of taste which you prefer. Ingredients mostly the same, care the same, clean- liness the same, same skill everythiug to make a good beer, which the Alberta's Pride certainly is LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, LTD. GLOVES and CUD nuns FOR MEN i Special Price: From tic to Working Gloves Driving Mitts Driving Gauntlets Whitney Block, Lethbridge appropriated by him for eight months; gress along the right lines, and the development of every community, commerce, social well-being, and re- ligious life. The Lethbridge Corps of Salvation- ists are no exception. They note with pleasure the growth and progress of the city, that only as recently as 1891 was "created a town" and is now called the, metrop- olis of Southern Alberta." The army is in this march of pro- gress. Their numbers are increasing quite fast and they mean to prow at least with the city, so that in its ranks there shall be n comparative advance. They have just renovated the in- is in itself an argument against the present contention that any meraber has the right of access, nolens volens to all documents on the file." If this be Montreal Her aid says, Mr. Ames has furnished a very striking' iiiuatfutiori of the nec- essity of limiting thy privileges of members jn regard to original docu- ments. itr-nor of their" hall and have had to the seating capacity, arid jet only Sunday evening it was tax- ed to its limit. Their band too is growing in numbers and efficiency. They number now eleven pieces and ty with the lords of creation in all matters political. Mr. C.U. Reere has resigned his po- sition of manager of the local branch of the Union Bank of Canada. He has made himself exceedingly popular in business circles by his uniformly suave and obliging personality and hia many friends regret exceedingly this severance of pleasant financial ind social relations.; His successor has not yet arrived and the bank is in charge temporarily .of Mr. Luke- larjt of Frank. 1 Tbc Provincial Poultry will address a meeting of poultry fanciers in the Pi R E HAL_L_ TO-NIC3HT at 8 o'clock A scoring contest will take place, a half-dozen live birds being there for the purpose. This will be an interest- ing and profitable session and every poultry man nhould attend. I OLIVER'S PLANING MILL I ta tit CH- stndiii if i Office, Yftrds and Factory: dr. mil mm mini Telephone 153 Fresh Egos DAIRY PRODUCE CO. Milk, Cream, Batter Eggs PHONE 229 If you want a Good Dinner buy all your Meat from P. Burns Co. Phone 91 Round St. The Leafing Holds of the City The Lethbridge Well equipped Good service Travellers' Headquarters LUNDY. Lo! and we have again arisen as after our baseball defeats in the past, better and stronger than ever and what has been sev- eral things. Mr. Zan Ousley nnd Mr. Evartt Hunt have each talc- ,j en unto himself a wife, for which we expect to add more soon. They are t-w, ___ now-'negotiating for the" purchase of 1 C" ,f snow- ed their appreciation of the good are I work by presenting each with a small by vrhich to be remembered. grammes so far have been of a very high order. Either society is open to challenge frbir.i any society -within reasonable distance. The post office address, of either secretary is Elinor. School reopened in the Lundy dis- trict with ICr. J. F. Fitch again in charge. Mr. Frank Xelson and Mr. George Nelson leave for the south shortly. A masquerade ball is to be held in Elinore Hall on the evening of Feb. 14. new instruments of which sadly in need, and it any kind friend tokcn of the Army would like to make The Toronto Telegram is not very fond of the Ottawa government but it.was not. backward in paying the following splendid tribute to Hon. Rudolphe Lemicux, Postmaster Gen- 'eral: "A Canadian that ignores "dif- "You ought to ize under bond. Then take a lor progress and force the city a- head. At present if-you had a post to drive into tho hard-earth, each one of you will corne along with your little tap, tap, makir.g no impression. Forge your little hammers into one mam- moth sledge and drive that post into the bowels of the earth with your combined, strength." Lcthbridgo business men should lake this to heart. a nice donation tor this purpose, J am sure it would be appreciated very much. The spiritual side of'the work, too, is very cheering, and for the last two months at least, not one week- has passed, bui they havo had some free to recognize Hon. Rudolphe Le- mieux as a Canadian who does crcd-. it to his country wherever he goes. J j THE FLAG: THE SCHOOL Some days ago the Alberta School Tnwteen Association In convention bled, passed a resolution advo- that the Union Jack be dis- played in every school room in the Some- days later the two of the Opposition in th Alberta Legislature Robert (Wffc River) and Hieberl (Rose- broujrht in a resolution that make it ccsipulsory for every drawing a government grant to have the Cag flying while echoo! ki la TW apparent of the two twohitfoM are one, namely, to in- the spirit of patriotlam am the children and their elden of tfet by mMinc tto fa- ses of conversion and only as late as Sunday evening, two more real good converts were rriadc. Yes, the Army is a valuable asset io the community and your appreci- It is hoped that many other of the "poor misguided ones" may now fol- low the good example. Revival services 'will be held in the school house commencing about the middle of February. Mr. McCrae of Carberry, Man., who had such a suc- cessful work at White will be the Evangelist in charge. We are all very pleased to have with us our old shepherd Mr. Ridley on January 26. Haimswortii Self- Educator FtOM No. 30 to No. 2 WhKe......... C9 Gl No. 1 54 -10 91 Hotel Coaldale Exclusively on the European Plan Rooms Single and ED finite r Cafe in connection y Downer, Prop. Balmoral Hotel BEST DAY ;HOTEL IN THE SOUTH COUNTRY GIVE IT Meets 1st and 3rd M p n d ays in K. of P. Hall at 8 Visiting brethren are cordially invited. s. G PAVIES, w.p. 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S. HANDFORD Columbia K.estaurant meal Oitts..................... cwt.. per bus. 80 poultry: Turkeys per To....... 20 Ducks.................. per IK 16 Cccw...... pen JS Chickens per 3-i Cattle on the hoof: place to. get- an .A 1 Day and Night Candies, Goods. Meal Tickets per Week Next door to Coaldale Hotel Steers per Ib. Cows per 2 J ITogs: Live........................ per cwt. SO Dressed per, cwt. ?3 Shcop: Bart as secretary. The two societies Live per cwL I 5 have arranged to act in unision with one another. A meeting is held in each school every second week on Wednesday evening. On the night of the meeting held in the one school house representative debaters from the other society arc then to engage in dobnte. As the two school houses are but Gve miles apart this can be done easily and as a result much in- terest is aroused in both parties. So far the standing It about equal as wtrw and losses. The pro- Drossod per cwt. 10 Butter: Dairy..................... per Ib. 27 The Hadley-Roberts Co. i Caterers Assorted Apples BY THE BQX Phont 211 TROUSERS BUCKLE KILLS HIM Nest of Owls Lrthbridge Nest of Owls, No. 159, will meet the first and third Sundays of each month in K. of P. Hall. G. V. STORKEY. Secretary. C. ROSS TATE, President. M. PRIEST. Junior Past Pres. Lodge Pride of AlbeTU, No. 293. SM if EqliMl taefrt Mert in of Tjthiao and third in tkrx R.t 8-p.m. Twiting bn-threc wol- rome. A pp'cby, Kred X. Rnbtnc W. I'rewijent, 37. Creamery per Eggs per doz. bus. Turnips per Oniona.................., per Parsnips............... per Vb. Carrots, per Ib. Hay: Upland..................per ton Ulue .Toint rwr ton 28 H Workman in Takinf. Off Ovirallt Scratches Himself Fata! Poiwning Rtsuitt Xorristown, Pa., Feb. re- moving his overalls at the machine shops of the' Wildman Manufacturing company where he was employed foreman, CHnto K. Shutt scratched his baad with a buckle. Thai was a week ago. Todsvy he died of blood poisoning, which devel- oped from the scratch. NORTH-WEST ASSOciXTlON OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in-the L'abor Hall every sec- ond and fourth Mondays in month: Employers reqmrinf certificated en- lineera, and engineers out of employ- ment, ,would do well to communicate with us. ROBERT NEVIN, Chiff GEO. BRUCE, Secretary. 44-ljTd-w L. M. JOHNSTON! Barritttr Offiee Faafc ;