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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta II fr. TS> Daily Herald men is the only proper way to results. Once the business man np. prreiiitt? the fact that certain prono., are necessary to advance the city jilong the right lines the adop- tion i'f thos.- propositions is TIu' with the business i-le- KILLING OFF COYOTES OT., Ltd., every lawful evening ite office, Round St., Lechbridge. i of lhe Olt-v in the Past has Alberta, Canada. j that it vtis not uuited. There was W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing "iuch much suspi- rtctor and Editor that when certain business men Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered Daily., six months, delivered Daily, three months, delivered Daily, one month, delivered Daily, one year, by mail Daily, six by mail Weekly Herald, one year ____ ____ __ .._....... Addresses changed as often us de. j we must be united in a common pur- veterinarian "ith M. K. Fulls KnowK'jj. stjit that ht- success in his efforts to kill off coy- otes, and wolves in various par's of includinP Teton, Chou'eau ari" Vallt'V bv tf m certain schemes for the oculatiug 'them with deaalv tlle city- tnero was "niS- disease which demicates" the ranks' in tno and that the "f Pl'sts of tnt' range very quickly j 1.00 j.scheme was inspired bv selfish mo.! glV-nti his fuj v> TI direction, to the Helena The existence of 4 spirit of pendent recently. Dr. knowles satf tiiut- sort JS a menace, and is like The difficulty I encountered was in procuring a dog suffering from the most virulent type of this disease which is scientifically known as sar- .85 on city's neck. To advance UIM-I.I uc- ue uimea in a common pur- W- Without unity we would wreck prospects of the city. BOARD OF TRADE ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the Board of Trude is to take place Monday even- in? in Oliver's Hall. The attendance shoula be large and representative, in the adoption of the plans for coming year's work the best opinion, may prevail. Mr. There does noi seem to be any dif- ference of opinion in regard to the.- appointment oi a paid publicity man who will rht-ni t OUR POINT OF VIEW. _. .._... nun 11 LU ue in possei Superintendent Maharg says Leth- true type of this disease. Coptic mange. Finally, through the courtesy of the .College of Veterinarv iof Kansas City, I procured u dog which by microscopic and other tests was shown to be in possession of the bridge- hits a great future. HP oug to know, for he i? ideiitifled witb :lli institution, the C.P.R., upon whom w, ________ "I .then wolf siiiunoiij at the sound can :o go been. It railway policy, as coyotes tuicj and permitted them, to I the dog until I saw t1 thoroughly inoculat- i with tin- disease. These were dis. I tnbuted by Messrs. W. G Brewster i Dr. T. Brook and Ben Phillips Cluett Shirts and Hawe's Hats New Spring Styles Received Today The Bentley Co. ltd. lew We do not Claim thtt ours 19 the only place for clean- ing, pressing and repairing. NOR DO WE claim that we are the only place that gives you the best value for yoyr money. Don't take our word but take you have your clothes cleaned in other how long are the spots and stains invis- ible? Whea we clean your clothes by our dry or steam process, we guar- antee the spots or stains will disap- pear for good. You have tried the rest try the BEST. City Dye Works ROUND STREET Opposite Herald Dice TELEPHONE 353 i-ncouruge cf new line? to 'xisiing linos. parallel jnan who will devote his-entire timr to keeping Lethbridge ia the limelight. Other progressive western cities have, such an official. and Lfathbridge would be most un- wise to lag behind m this important matter.- AS wa. j -nee operation, ,vlthin a short I or lose charter. altor> of the iiisy soon be in the throes -.'i an election campaign. What a joyful time that will the suL L.ichts disease, as affected animals have been f observed in Flathead county, many miles from the nearest point "in Tetoii county where inoculated animals had relt-asrd. This fact shows the disease is spreading and if the ex- periments we have made are supple- i nienieci by a more extended release oi inoculated aiimak these pests jruay. wuhin a comparatively few; i years, be swep: from the ranees. Coal, Ice and PRAYING I YOUNG PROFESSIONAL CARDS MEDICAL OR. W. 5. 9 AcCOUcher' path St. Phone 53. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND Street. Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral 4 i STIRLING 1 AND DISTRICT J> able POOR SHOE WILL NOT MEND ITS LOOKS BY SHINING! Get the. kind that are made right in the beginning. Right in shape, in fit, i further work it is most desir-' wnich them style. Eight to secure old animals, as j which gives them comfort. .Right in City Property, Business Sites, Farm .and Coal Lands aud roo, Stafford Block. Office Houw-il 1-3, Phone night and day DR. J. E. Surgeon, Accoucher. CWdlellowe'' Block. Hours-Till 9 a.m., n to 1 3 to 5. 7 to 8. Phone, day night, 342. you heard of the town .-of XO.GOOD, on the banks of River Slow, Where the Some-tiniti-or-other scents tny air and the soft Go_easies grow? Ilad are German's. At the ola system of dealmg with all mat-: use. i.i the province of Let-herJlide ters at a meeting of the whole board. lhe home of the reckless I-don't- It would be impossible to expedi-' ,r-cajv' wherp rl Tiously ooaduct affairs under such a! plan. A council of ten representative; years; business men can deal with all is Capped in the fog of the idler's important questions coming up forJ ,its streets are paved with "IT- J.-ULIH i 10 Give-it-ups abide. as soon as released, niKKe a-, delay in Peking their .uiunts and prices. "Thf .sum sst aside for this work! wa.s S2 500 oi which ve have, expend, j t-d SI.576, and the bounties on the! d-.'ad carcases, that have been count-1 this, Between Sage's and Roy's to right F.German TO THE PUBLIC j We Lave bought out the Star Transfer Co. Draying Dutfit. and are prepared to execute all orders for DRAYING I promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered promptly. Cath on delivery. J. S. Phillips A. L. Patteson Phone 70 Office in Nelson Gow's Store J I REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE j: R. A.Davis i Stirling Alta. Bayr Transfer Co. 2 J Leave your Orders for t I with' t-he penment and believe it is good poliey to continue the work." I2AAK WALTON'S WILL District At to act upon. The council is n necessary tion. It- might just be as well 'to i espect a City Council of sixty mem-: bers to conduct city business prompt- i lj and satisfactorily as to brine the entire bear a fifty, bushel to the acre yield of greater with m the city, greater interest in our. affairs, and greater desire to push the city, along. Gatherings like that of Thursday night make our business and profes- sional men better acquainted." They enable them to get into touch with each other's views, and centralize their thoughts on the needs of the city and the plans which should be followed to develop the city along the right lines. It would only take a few of such assemblages to arouse an interest in our public square, and create a de- mand for the erection of public build ings' there. The publicity cornmig- sionership idea only had to be plained and emphasized by a couple of speakers .in order to aronse an ak mtwt unanimous sentiment in favor of it. -The discussion of civic prob- lems bj business men with business made .the and .me and inkind: to whom I shall give _____ a" account of my actions." which are today-and expect'To I Iqt -be justified, but I hope par- four days. doned tor the merrits of my Saviour About 4.30- this morning the old ice' And because the profession of f house, of Wm. Wood the butcher does; -at this time, seeme ''to be subdivided into Papist and Pro- tcatant.-r-take- it TO be at least con- venient to declare-my belief to. be ia-all points of faith, as.the Church now professeth. -And this I doe, the rather, because of .3. very lonp and .very .will some :of the.Roman: church.'' After various bequests of land and houses..to members.of.his family, the testator wrote "I doe alsoe give five poond yearly to be given to some maidservant thai hath attained the age of twenty ahc one; year (not and dwelt long in one service, or to some "honesl pore man's daughter, that hath' "at- tained, that age, paid her-at or on the day of her marriage: and that what money or rent1 shall remaine undisposed of: shall- be imployed to buy does for some poore .people that shall most need .them, in the said said does to be delivered last wecke in January, or in, every first weeke in February; I sav then, because I take that time to'be'She hardest and most pinched of the year." BRITAIN'S NAVY London, Daily Mail learns that :.the -Government. has -de. icided to lay dowja five battleships of ____ improved Dreadnaught type the THE BCERAIJ) is AK ADVEKTIS-! ?he building-, of six ING MEDITJM OP MTTiTT j battleships will depend upon the pro- Of JCERIT. of Germany's, new .construction MACMILLIAN-PU. of Bome, Carl Simius, of Berlm, Ger' many High Class Scotch music a specialty. Open for recitals ban- quets, concerts, etc: terms ap. ply Eoyal Collieries, LEGAL r Lethbndge WI C. SIMMONS-AdvocIte, Barns- ter, etc. Office: Southard Block. CONYBEARE F. P Conybeare, B. Morton B.p.Ev etc. Offices.- Conybeare Block' Letbbridge, Alberta. SURVEYING Years of Experience in the V A N E T N E T A V N E buaineaa compels our de- cision in favor of Raphael Tack Goods Exclusively See our North Window for gems of art in this line P. Wall Papers are the ben OLD RAILROADER GETS PENSION A. W. Sinclair, of Richmond, an cx-enjrineer of the .Grand Trunk, recently received notice that upon his retirement from the service on attain- inff the aare Jtmit of. 65 years, a month l.v pension -.of generous proportions would .be paid to him. from the com- pany's allotted pension fund. ;Mr- Sinclair was, born in Duaton, Arfrylaahire, on Sept. 3rd. ing to this .country with his parents when ten. of ane. In 1856 he went to in the .Gem and Kinnan locomotive shops and was as- sistant blacksmith, helping. >tO: make repair, clean, and later running TO RENT-ia Shepard Block, I front 3 roomed flat with minion oak fireplace, private bathroom complete, steam heated, hot and cold Standard Land Co. Ltd. r A PIT AI AAA -'SDRNIK S1SOM Bn Afqto ilWUftg HTC ilMfiKC Ci. HOMELIKE AND COZY this restaurant is assuredly. You can bring your wife and yOU have if you have have "air the comforts of home'- without its. inconvenienceB of selecting, purchasing, preparing, cqpking and serving food. Coeta lit- tie: is just food The Hub Cafe HAM ILTON YOUNG-Engineers f and Purveyors. Ropra 4, Whitney Block; ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTORS P. B. Boom 9 Whitney Block. JAS. A. Macdonald Block, Redpath Street T DODP-Architect, Crigary and Letbbndge. Specialist in Kreproof- heating and ventila, tion. Ernest E. Carver, The old gentleman can .tell of many a hairbreadth escape from death, and some of his stories of repairs, rail- cuttirur. re-tyring of seem like a revival of anciect rail-, road history. He feels the touch of 1 >aspmng years but aliffbtly and enjoys I excellent health in the midst of his! family. A.- Sinclair, of Vn on Crow, ia ft of tbia -watKl George Johnson and Charlie Harris, also ronnlnr