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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Pige The Lethbridge Daily Herald, ftriimlay, February W. MORNINGSIDE "The Addition That The City Demanded" Study Out The FACTS For Yourself Here are the mains points 1st The population -of is 2nd The built-up portion of the city now covers about two square miles in area 3rd You can't help in from a year and a half to two years Lethbridge will have at least double the present population 4th When the population has doubled the city will the above basis, two miles additional for the1 fully built up portion 5th Because of the extremely limited Line of Growth this .additional area can be found nowhere else but in MORNINGSIDE 6th Therefore in buying MORNINGSIDE lots today you know that your property be absolutely demanded for the fully built-up portion of the city in from 18 months to two yearo. 7th But, this is entirely irrespective of any street car system. It is only a matter of months before the street car comes. When it comes where will it run? It will run to Henderson Park and (will then take in that port on of the city that contains the largest and best residential section. That means it will run to MORNINGSIDE, With a street car Morning-side will be but seven or eight minutes irom the centre of the the right distance If you wait till the street cars are here, if you wait till the new railroad lines are here, you will have to pay many times over the present price. Why not get the increase yourself MORNINGSIDE is the best buy in Alberta PER 10 Gives You The JL1 AFTER 7P.M. CALL ON OLIVER BLOCK N. Harbeke CITY DEPT., ROOM 107, SHERLOCK BLOCK ROSEDALE The One best buy ROSEDALE Adjoining the new big city park ROSEDALE The Opportunity of the hour ROSEDALE Lots on Terms of a month SMOKER WAS A j pr would aid very materially in bring- Parliament to get at the truth cf the ing industrial enterprises to the city, auctions or that the Liberal members Aid. Oliver dealt with the growth of !were wanting to help out the PDC AT CITf PCCC'the citi? and of what could be expect- isovemraent and the conuHis- UlYLHl jULLLOO ed from the efforts oi the Board of !sion- As a D'atter of what the 'Trade j committee had been instructed was i c. ,r to investigate the charges made by i Secretary McNicol replied to many ,T __ _ ,1 I, T i-''r- Liimsclen against the engineering NPW Nhrnhm and told of thc 11CW ITieillUei d bcen done tte past year. Am- 1 one; other things he mentioned that j'estcrday he received a paper from i Hungary in which was a cut of the Board Of Trade-Profit- able Discussion Many new memDers pect to the desire of the Liberal ma- jority to appoint a partisan counsel to conduct the enquiry was promptly ;icthbridge exhibit at Omaha. This was swepl aslde by rhe offer of the Libera! a sample of the widespread pub- licity tliat comes free from such an i exhibit. Thc Board of Trade smoker last; Duri lhe CQurse Qf lhc cvcning night wa.s a great success in every j wm. b Mcgsrs> Coopcr way. There was a good time and lots-and Skeith and readings by Asquith and Tilicy. "A very pleas- had." members to accept any man the oppo- sition members might name who would command tiie general confi- ionce of tiie public. Where the Choicest Residences be located 01 it. Thr- Caledonian Hall was well filled and by the time the affair was over it is safe to say that everyone was a member of thc Board oi Trade I and went away with the most serious i intentions. At the conclusion of "the smoker thc membership had risen to over one hundred and seventy. The: council are aiming at three hunnrnl before another month has gone. I The gathering was notable for the 'large number of comparative strung-'1" LENNOX ADMITTED PART1ZANSHIP While it is often Impossible to pre- vent an accident, it is never impassible to be is not beyond any one's purse. Invest 25 cents in a bot- tle of Chamberlain's Liniment and you are prepared for sprains, bruises and like injuries. Sold by all druggists. Keb, a short meet- g of the Commons committee the l.umsden charges this after- Houghton Lennox frankly ad- 1 crs who were present, it being doubt- >n' .ful if any oire man present knew !noon> many more than fifty per cent, oi tnc lilrit he antl llis colleagues werej others.and yet were all business ;heir party prejudices and j preconceived opinions of government i guilt to the committee! He presumed j of this city. There was not great deal speech making as the gathering 'llierefor0- the Liberal members was Lots will Double and Redouble in value as the city Grows Get Your Lot TO-NIGHT EVERY EVENING---------- LONN Upstairs Southard Block Lethbridge, Aha essentially of the get-acquainted order vere on thc A. H. McMcown, chairman of tiie i With a shield Ule mombership committee, occupied thPic'rn71Minl thc Xat1ona1 Tr.inscon-, chair in his usual happy style !iinentfl1 commission by preventing any ident Xourse reviewed briefly lhe daniasing evidence from being brought j work that the Hoard had done At thc rommiuee hc talked for i .hoped to do and bade the new-comers party Irrcss effect on the fact that the i 1 welcome. Leroy Coons told oi the Llheral majority of rhe committee in- Splendid results that had been t0 rule hy bn5tc force by the agricultural exhibits at rwoulcl not a council to con- 1 Omaha and Killings and suggested iducf thc on the inter- that industrial exhibits be mado more i be