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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta THBRIDGS HERALD PRINTING CO., LTD. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Director. W. JORDAN, Supt. of Job Department. SUBSCRIPTION: Ift Advanou ' - �l.BO a year great Toronto departmental store, Is dead. .lohn Wannnmuker, tho merchant -tn-ince of the i:nMod S't�t���. declared Eaton lo be lhp greatest inorelmnt on the contimitt. ami Hint ill a lime nhi'ii Marshall Kiel:! of Chicago, was living loo. Timothy Kntnn hail his ups and down* in busm Ss. but. he eventually develop.*! a system thai made him rich and famous. w e 2.00 a yearjwnH nl (loiitfii. II (' . pinned to lln- �v�li ADVERTISING; Pef Month  �1.00 Per Inch rt $H�� l>ill hi a store. ns a wager .that Wells. Liberal.would he chuModf My thi' people in Golden lie ihoin-st or that l>lll woiiUI have lx>on .iwiped lu-foiv il ha.l Uvn tiickcd up a minute. ivilks this your. lias, t SI nilp,.�:.> railway bridge, a ' relic I" idtfe. markets, good roads, Improved ill im.l-Ii-fiiros flour nnd woollen mill omul ng. possibly a Ioot .sugar factory-Iho.v are a feu important matters for ov-vr.\ I'och's cons'd'.'i'rtt Ion. itixl with our populnI ion lo he inc reused b,\ probtibj; a thousand people, as piv-d.ct.-vl. owmur to thr' establishing of a ('I'll dixisiiiial point nnd hridnv construction, IPH" uugtirs \v�>ll, w\� believe Ctt Out Card Games. OUR POINT OF VIEW Hilly didn't Yukon Mclnncs will now bo sorry he hold on to his job in t'ho A deputation waited on tho go'.'  ernment asking for radical changes in tho license law. 11 the hotel men would observe tiro present law lo the letter, the temperance people would not have tho same opportunl-ties to protest, but whan the license holder thinks as lottlo of his ticcnac ns n Spanish hull fighter does of his ....   * . ________ _____ to , We board a man use the expression. I "You're a clinker," which 1x>ing ln-iterpreted in the coal lunguogeshouM mcun, "You're a nuisance." The suggestion Hindu in a local paper a fev days ago that thr vu^vtiUoti or set-pays a One. in order to prevent the ' tlo�,. Thoro ,, rooln ,, M thidly. Ititilroad The rorelil western trip of th'iiH'in-bors of tho above association ck-nrly poinloil out to these gentloin, n lh,. urgency of oilahlMimg brainh producing plants in lh-'' west. In pivfor-otico to lheir rcproscntntive warehouses and comiivreial travellers. Thoy WA-re omphaticully n\idc> to understand that loiifj hauls b\ railway of their goods anil alU'itlunt high fivly;ht rat's Imvt. I.iv oiiic I ock numbers with lh.> long-h.>iv.lesi.>i in a iiMit'tor-of-fact way � 'that stii'h solllsh, coiiimerciul font- : ures be benched ami that the west ,'be placed upon a fair commercial basis. Otherwise, it is reasonable for the westerner to look nbout him. I The retirement of C. IV Hownvan from the position of secretary-tivas- ! uriT nvans a distinct loss to the | municipal life of this city. No man was better i,notified for the position and no man could have lilleen In coiiii.'C-tion with tho control of pool-iooins. 'I he lie. use and police commit'lee re-coumv.-nd-d "that the by-law be amvnded so as to make II ilU�gn,' to allow card games or other gnuves of chance on the preiiiis's to whioh the lil^ensi- iij'i'he.. or i\n\ adjoin ng rooms " The council approved the ivcoinniielidiuioii. and instructed 11k-solicitor to prepare a b.s-law on the Mib.iect. Look THEN PHONE! SB. To Engage City Engineer. The ,l'it,\ Council at Monday nights meeting dellnitely decide I to n-r Tlv> applicants will be askol (o stale salary expected, ipinliflrations and oxper-iencn Gifts to (he Bride. Mnnv the time, however tnc hotel- |development is could toduy possess without moiv more necessary, for railroads, fool aiil giuiruiit- Let abridge several largo industrial concerns if | food cannot b> it were not cursed by land owners lpic of the Shylock type. When a site Is wanted for a factory, it cannot l�e had for love nor money, simply lie-cause tl�e owners of available pro-lierty will not put u price on it. Awl tha laml that is wanted for this purpose, is not loeatod so that it will sell at big figures for any other purpose. It is a fplt>_th.\t this city possess*** citizens,''wnb have no do-sire to help liife- city along. This 'articular elu'ss of^Jieople only seem lo be anxious to Jimta* a big pile for Uienuu'lvcs and don't' giw u enup of thulr fmgiT for 'tlw future of the city. They fail lo ronlliSo, that slti-s ,_ ic-r fnctori,* sold ivasonably. will jiu. m,m|llin>. uftl i,,ns|.i eveaiunlly Increuse the volu� of their ,Tuesday A chinook usual own properties pnnies that e\.nl The new city cot mil is taking hold of matters with a progressive spirit. They are houii'.l to veep pace with the growth in population nn 1 importancv o.' the city. The decis -ion to rnia^e a a'sol  ut,>'\ fair in all >�ur stateiuen san! your wish to publish nolhinj; bt.t live bald hea.l.d truth. I hasten t.. mil \oii m'M (n ac'uiilly look On the occasion ot th' marriage of \ Miss Kdiih lbniielt and Mr P. L. ! II-iitiinon>i, Hie choir of Kxox church made a pres. n'.ut ion of several sets of iHUlutiful silverware to Miss Burnett, who had long been a valued niTiliibcr of I'he choir. The gifts wore aceompaniiKl by the following unique address: Lethbrlilgo. dan. IK. '07 Miss I'Vdythe Hurnett, llrgivni't Knox Church Choir. IVar Miss Hinivtl: The pivslis.siino movement in the marriage cr.ntract you are about to perform, bus found the andale choir of Knox church napping, but adagio non troppo for the caprice on your part, we are happy to say was and wo now apivu- as a seranade part\ to tie sicaily inform >ou, though we may H flat in our sin.;in^. we alwa\s found that you cou'd C sharp any errors and I guide us with skilled hands into har-mony again. j i As you pi-oslde at your own piano, j dreamily transposing from key to ; key, lot one thought permeate your ' re\crk*. tihnt is. th.� key of Knox | 11 Rf'stilcMico lots, corner WVstininxU'r ;tn monlha 27 Residence or Business lots, just east Kllison mill site...........................? 125 eue.h X RoBidence lots, corner Dnll'eritt ntul William slncts............................$275 each 11 Residence lotH, comer Hedpatlt and Hurtled, streets......................S-H 0 eneh. water �1 Business lots, Ford street. 2 corner.................$5tX) each, half cash, balance (i months J Residence lota, corner Loudon and A thole streets......................$750. noud location I Residence lota, corner London i nil Cutbill streets...........,......................SiKX)' 13 Residence lots, corner London and Smith streets........................25(11 nch, water 2 choico lotB in l\\verview.....................................................S200 each The c.B.Bowmon Agency City and Suburban Property a Specialty. Lethbridge, Alberta. I ' Ccthbridqc Iron RlorK$ Co, Ltd, Iron Castings and Machine Work Structural Steel Columns, Sashweights Chur choir doors, will always hung outside for you and n ivsvrv.-d settt will lo yours anc Sabbath you may vlsil Lethbridge. \\iih l>ost wis'li. s for your future happin-'ss, I'roiu \i ur associate mem-liors; Mesilames .1. I> llu.n'>oihum. W II Conilleai'. It K.-ll>. W 11 Morns. . .1 I! Shearer. �: .larvis. Valves started aceonv plui � in 10' fi r-sum nl limn mi; tile ass,.|iili\ ii I8'.H> ,.|(jht hen law In lh-' IMIIS' I inl indue d a th" wiirkmi; li.iiirs nl The cii,\ might lo bonus the local curlers to hold another bonsplol It would ntoun a chinook sure Tho city council should purchase right away, enough land for industrial sites, even If the price is somewhat steep. It will puy In Ah* loag ! - run. Then the sites could tie offered ( Ohnrles McC.ill. the man who put to manufacturers as an induc�ne�t the Ontario Hunk out of business. to locate here. Lethbrktge will never ilcvelop as H should until all the people get logo: her and pul! unitedly for the city. Trainmen say thi sutlering of live stock is distressing. The animals get on tho railroad tracks and ana atruck by thj snowplough or locomotives, and havo -their Jegs broken or cut oft and lay fir days alon side the track until they. die. Something should be done to quickly uud tho Buffering of the poor beasts. Thi Mounted Po-lioo ought to be authorized to shoot the anlmjils. Snowftake, Manitoba, was without a train of any kind for eleven days, its nauuf is bound to stall trains. Leader IJrowu of the Manitoba Liberals, iaun favor of gowrnment ownership of elevators. If the farmers of Manitoba are looking after their interests, they should vote solidly for Mr. Urown and end the elevator monopoly. Toronto tolephono girls have "rung oH". They refuse to work long hours. The Southern Alberta farmer who stacked1 up lots of hay last summer, can make money out of it whilo this st'lfl weather lasts. Hay is about tho only thing that will saw the cuttlo now. Tha woatlier, man slipped a cog as far as Sunny AH>erta is concerned. i only got u five year's sontonc- inihe penitentiary. Another man whostole *T0 got five months. On that Imsis ,could coniract McUill should have got a life svn -teaco. all I s v iii; ciui Th.s bill was -.isui-e bin had ll.iiill.ini. Mr 'us. Itoss and Mi IIiiI.mii. all -up-|m�'ting 11 'I'he l,i 'I ca-n.^l nll.l w.,s placed i.pon the statute Imok In l'JOU. Mr llciuiei itiiroduivHl an l'i ii'Ulock. (I Ilnrpr. M Mills recinr. It mill s to ei^lil hours not i govoriieu'in u its full sii|i|.ori. Mr Kn.i\ Clr.ievli Session (javo popular 1 ride a bible w itli the lowing inscripi on; IS ill III.I-'.-Presented to Miss l-'.d.vth-. Iliiruoit on h-r wediling day. , l.\ ibe Kirk Session oi Kn.vx church. l�cthlT'd}-"'. in cut-fid recotrnition of ' service-., w II faithfully r, n I r.d. dan H'.ih. I�'�7 am TfrlinMlt to th - elT.ct that nun-r.-. with the innn.iK''iiiei,i to work longer h.mrs. Il s^-ein. d certain that libs woul-l carr.v and leave us with tin act. thut could '> broUn with impunity and wuich would in fact U- a farce It was was th-refoiv> moved in amendment, by. 1 think. Mr. Siiti.n. that th- liill of 1H00 lx> repealed. This cuici.s! notwithstanding the opposition of Mr. Ilaullou., Mr. llulyeu, n-veral ! gentlemen and myself. If you wih ' | look through the journals of th.' Lender Hobertson compluins about house for 1BU0 und l'Jno, you wi!l tho government putting up a fight find tho above to Im> u true Mute -in Ulcicheii. Where was Mr. Robert- ment of tho facts. I know you will �on at that time? lie didn't say a give this the same publicity tluit word during tho entire bye-election, 'your cditonul enjoyed, for 1 uiu oat- Ti. Ill  choir's ; sent '.lie f > 111 > v\ in, Johnston ;ift. Mrs. Hammond v repll to t�. II. MINE SUPPLIES TRACTION ENGINE REPAIRS Pipe Bar Iron Babbit Metal Miners' Tool* BOILER REPAIRS OF ALL. KINDS COMPETENT l',(.)l LEU MAKER SENT OUT WREN REQUIRED ^^  CHOICE SELECTED LANDS 1 THE DISTRICT No wonder people say tho big fcl- j low sets off easy but the man. wiuh- j ent influence, or position, is punished to the full extent of the luw Thanks to tho electors of Glcichen, A. J. Ilobertaun, is still leader of the Opposition at Edmonton Nelson. II C l>ear Mr Johnston; M>e avoiikd a Sincerely ni.HXICTT --- HAMMOND. THE ELKS HALL. ("PegH.v ' in Edmonton N'ows.) Sni'irday We Have Exclusive Sale of the Choicest Lands lit Township '.), Kimp 1* ; Townsliip H, Rouge 17. mill n large selection of the hest lniuls in adjacent ilistiifts. Wu t'ontcniplate opening sevi-uil lucul branch oflicoR in Southern Albeita enrly tlie coining Benson, but at present all our business will be conducted from our (Jeneral Offices at Duluth, Minn. Tho RUSH THIS SPR1NU will be the greatest known in the history of Canada. West, and we odviso intending purchasers to COME NOW and make your selections BEFORE SOMEONE ELSE GETS YOUR. OPPORTUNITY M. C. RNOWLES, General Agent Duluth, Minnesota. t I t t 1 urn indebted to the gallant Elks jlong lint of dangerous ailintvtswould ]0f [>eet to lie r:>me t n.,' here on Tucmdny. Messrs. Oliver and llotchklss (C}aresholm)i were pres. nt and \V. C Jves mnde a strong plea for the applicant. 0. A Ucoken, of Frank, Alia. 'i'bo commissioners were unauimoifs in re - a c iiiplitnehtury ticket, to their Miwauarade Hall on dan 23rd, which took place with trontendous eclat in Oliver's Hall on that-e.vcuins. i slioiild have goniiiiii nv�. | New Effects in f Cut Glass Tl I (EST PHYSIC. fusing to grunt the license. Lady (Ireufell. wife i�f fell and daughter of Karl Grey, gov-ei-nor-goneriil o{ Cnniwln, dind at Ottawa. When mhi wan I a physic that is f.n-iljl and gentle, easy to taku and - 'jpleasunt in effect. take/ Chaiivlierlnins \rUiur Groii-'f Stomach niwl Liver Tablets. Price 2.-j cents livery box warranted, (let a five suinple at ato; drug siom and try them. Our recent importations include, tin assortment of English Rook Crystal, quite different from that here-to-fore- Bhown. Tho rrfiial lladf l* hc�v�'r suit lh, cull'iu* 0r� per tbau Honor ilierye�rii-tuu efl>ctIh evrn m�re pl���ln(f It differ* from "lilrku' rut 0!a��" in ih�l l> dtpeiitl* mo'c upon It* iritmlc ir� cry �( dc-kinn. lorf.� beiuljr ruber lUao brtllUr.ct. Rose Bowls, Flower Centres, Decanters und Jugs aro most prominent in the a'ssorl-tnent, some of which come mounted in sterling silver. ^ others plain IVI. J. Armstrong! JEWELER ENQBAVEF OPTICIAN. Agent for BELL PIANOS o. CO. W. KERR Lethbridge, Alia. (Minneapolis, M