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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta J of Job DDThP D CDD 1 f H on the coalihortagc question scngera on As soon IlDuALy the Alberta His had asked as i ho management henrd of started the re is that today no point the C bicreUMd powers in order to add to suit of vhich the rolling stock should be conipluints ure The and if the bie road has not wont btund for any funny work VILLAGE ORDINANCE Law in S 0 BSCRIPTION a year year If oath f Per Inch gated and if the big road carried out itsagreement it should be compelled to at Duncan who was elected to succeed his father as a member on its A has legisla when returned Out wife litti iiijiho and came to Canada and aav sinco Uen in tho employ of the but subsequently went back obtained a decree of ice and then returned and marii vhe The action was 000 aumages At the UMJ been appointed Ituro spent of its time Wtts CnteiXJ of the Ontario Legislature speaks ply for the job Bowman town clerk of Why day afternoon in considering Lushings bill respecting vil la committee on the shouldnt some of our clergymen ap patriot and it is a pity wo more men of his views in pub He Ho made tho following ut iterance after his Inot when the expression news From a typo graphical stand Tuber now possesses a weU arranged weekly iffht looked upon merely point it is also It is to be Unown as the Tal er Free Press and OtlR POINT IF VIEW the worst advertisement Lejthliridge has are its streets and They are simply disgraceful as vote gette Re would not oppose good leg islation if it comes from the Con neither would hefur ther bad legislation if it comes from the II there vas less party and more indepen dents it would bo plaintiff and tho sum of was allowed in the vithoutcosts to either Tho bill was set down on the order no smull amcmnt paper for its second reading when it there was was on motionof tho Minister of Public Works referredat once to tho The action caused as tne City if it pays at There may be objections raised to to the improvement of them placing the provincial if it is will earn the gratitude located at on the bar racks but it is foolish to made its bow to the public utrl Taer is a growing with a bright future of It wants to give its local paper strong support truth to there is no more important factor in the up building of a town than an optimis committee of the The old ordinance 5s repeated and superseded by the new iThe area of a village J2 reduced to six hundred and forty acres and must contain not less than 35 occupied houses and a population of one hun has been dnxi and fifty bonafide if he fleers uununistration of the alia5rs of village is of a woman in the and was fought to a finish by both William Campbell and John for the HUks for tho FOOTBALL The local association football organized with these of tic paper Tne Free Press 1 throe rf and support of the The engineer should be placed this task as soon as he assumes walks should be laid wher ever possible this The day of the wooden walk is Alberta government is going raise a scare crow to frighten the location of such an institution away from It is the rankest silliness to talk about such an institution in juring tho prestige of the Has Brandon been damaged in the public eye because it has an asylum or Kingston because it has a peniten tary or Toronto because it has an in the investigation of the asylum and Central Prison or Ham lumber Good and if they of the cursed thing they will of a long lease of Herald believes expenditure on thev fire department is in the public Give the brigade a decent u eiuipment so that they can cope Iwitli a big If we hamper them Lj in any way we will only have our selves to iiame if the city suffers losaffroni k goodness that morning train service between here and Calgary is to resumed next It is K tniglity big It is also it never be stopped for it was this of motivepower and inability tocope with the It will do the LiberalParty no harm if HjTnan is defeat bye is register ing a pro test because it hasnt street letter though its postal is nearly Nelson certainly has as C much letter boxes as Lethbridge and we are quite sure that if the proper representat were made de partment the would soon made a verv sensible and energy and starts land off with theproperbelief that there is no bettor town in Alberta than The merchants loyal That is The Free Press will not only bring good results as an advertising med but will be booming the town the a council of who shcl be of twentyone owjicr or occupant oi ratable land iii the At the first election all persois of the age of twentyone who have own ed or occupied land in the village for George DeVob Galbraith Committee Thonvis all the and that alone isworth son over twentyone years of age monthsprior shall be entitled Holert John to After the first revised Shi i ley and the who will list is completed any be chosenafter the first The Southern Alberta League is paying money The ditor and whose name appears on the ami lively to include the following teams manager is French and the first issue of proves he is a capable newspaper that ilton because it has an asylum Brockville because it has an isy Xot a bit of Eachof these in stitutions bring revenue to the places they are located The pris oner or inmates have to be clothed and fed and in the case of Leth bridge it wouldmean a nice little urn for our Another thing if a jail is built erc it be a substantial building in the erection of which many men would be em The public institutionsthat are to be placed in Alberta include the pro vincial prison and the provincial asy If Lethbridge refuses the prison well wager Calgary or any other go ahead city would be glad to have The fuel famine In parts of the vest this winter should teach people that it pays to put in the winters supply of coal early in the be fore tho big rush is fcXabb is Tie is now on the way to the Grand tership of the itasons of better man could this big secret or der select fur this dignified The has cleaned every crook off its It will be remembered that last full complaint was made that card sharks were fleecing pas time is almost at hand when the school capacity of the city will to be Central school is almost overtaxed at the present time and as the school population of the city is rapidly it is best to consider or a who has paid taxes shall be entitled this year Pincher Creek to The first council in every village shall be elected at the time Medicine unpointed by the government which Fcrne and Coal the two lat MINERS ATJDMONTON Deputation Waits Upon the Edmonton egates repixSttiting the miners of Al berta are in tho city today and cull ed oil the government this morning to mako their representations support of their agitation for an eight hour law and other amend ments to the coal mining regulations The delegates are Peter of international represtmta tivc of the United3lineWorkers of representing I the Coleman union BanUKcad They were introduced by Mnrcellus and Simmons and met the tho attorney general the minis of Jhe miners claim that they have now by contract an eight hour day with every mine hi the province ex cept Lethbridge and and the latterhas signed an agreement to grantthe eight hour day April The miners presensted a Jong me morial to the government asking for an extensive list of changes in the Aside eight hour the principal request was for a work mens compensation act similar the one in force in British Columbia rneii who discharge for the purpose of bettering them shall also appoint the returning of The bill is a voluminous document of seventynine clauses with sched ules ami was earnestly discussed by the lunise in Seciion 3b provides for taxation ter being in British while Cardston and Cowley are talking of forming new school at so that the being so overcrowded that fttn mills on the dollar yf the assess ill not be able to be cc1 tion authorizes the make a will be Xoth Special levy for irrigation is more important than proper Subsection 2 of this sec povision for the education of the wanted the section ex youn and the school board would tended to include water The be lacked up by public opinion if it clause was allowed to stand At the league meeting to be held on March a motion will be made to take in the British Columbia towns of Fcrnie and Coal The purposes not exceeding 3iupie Leaf club adopted a resolut n supporting that decided to expend money in providing more It is a question whether an enlarged school or an entirely new one would be the best Section fiftyfour limiting the in debt pending the collection of places the amount at Section fiftythree limits the amount of debt that may be incurred for permanent improvements to The election campaign in Manitoba both sections were allowed to stand is being conducted with the columns of the Strict regulationsfor the preven tion of fire are specified and imposed John Collins has just died at Mon There is one John Collins that will never die as long as there is a bartender to keep him and fellows who possess the morn ing after MORNING TRAIN STARTS Next Between Here anil Theyalso asked that all coal should be it came from the before being and payment made that cmickweigh ers elnployed at a pro rata expense per ton to the thatfthe workmen should have arep resentalive on the examining board and that all wages should be paid in currency no deluctiohs to be made except by The delegates spent a couple of hours with the ministers this morn will meet them again this COUTTS The cold wave struck here about 3 oclock on the temperature this morning was ten below with ahigh wind We noticed a number of young calves with the cattly near town and soina losses may IKS Nellie Parker and daughter Eleuenor went to Shelby on Thurs day returning They report a good dance in Shqlby on Joe of LethUrkige has in town several Loroy Demmon is visiting the Tcnnants at their country residence for a few Leon Fox and Chris Cummins of the Sweet Grass Hills were in townon John Mars went up to Lcthbridgo on lie was on his was to Lhe hospital with a very case of swelling of the and hinds of the Gillner is suflering from an attack of went to Lethbridge on and Xed Loggan and baby drove in from their Milk river ranch on PRE8BYTEW DIVIDED Important Action Taken by r MOUNTED Annual Kepprt of Canadas Splendid Constabulary Force Exmayor Rogers is on a trip to California for his of has resigned from the lie is 91 years of A CASE AT Jat Sifton presided in court on F when a very interesting case The action was brought Soloman Angellngainst Cocxson for alienation of ha affections during the year From the evidence it appeared in the year l9p2Angcll left I rim and remained away for a The Canadian Pacific Railway an nounce the previous of the double train service which was cancelled about a month ago to the extremely bau First 1 will arrive March and first 2 vwill leave Calgary March 15 and between Calgary and Strathcona 101 and betweenCaigary and Macleqd and 113 and between JIacleod and will all be resumed annual re port of the was to parliament strength of force is 56 49 non commissioned officers and constables and SO scouts and special making a total of fi 84 men and 576 total strength of all ranks is 129 less and 40 horsesless than last The force is divided as fol 270 Xorth west 30 Yu Gordon inbotham attended a meeting of the Maclcod Presbytery at Macleod last v was decided to petitionthe Presbyterian general assembly to di present presbytery into two to be known as theMac leod and the High River pVesbyter It is designed that the High River presbytery shall take in the territory on Calgary andEdmonton branch between Madjod and High The Macieod presbytery will take in the territory of tho Crows i The building of a church at High on a site agreed on by nearly all the was sanctioned Petitions from liethbridge and 3fac leod were also favorably and in each case the disposal of the present property and the buildingof v a new church was y I The proposal to establish a ladies college at Lethbridge was jMarch passengers trains koh 141 PeaceYukon The 101 and 102 will be allowed 20 total strength in Alberta and katchewan is only minutes at Xanton same being served at the Xanton Albert Ives has been appointed a commisstoher Sas three under the number There were the force dismissed for bad Drunkenness was the cause io nearly air There were 64 Five of snow at Bow Is land last Thursday night and the had to send down a plough clear the The fall must have been confined soley to that district as the day here was like one in DO f list it me for a few days at and 1 will get Temporary in Lethbridge Saddlery Store 3 doors South of Lethbridge Hotel ;