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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 1, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIMK HE RAID co, LTD. 93.OO Month ADVERTISING. Inch SOUNDS LIKE ROMANCE. Away up in the-north, lour hun- dred miles from the Arctic circle, wheat is grown and 0our is made. A tew. of us have heard about it hut have not stopped to consider what it means. It is ia the memory of many citi- of LetUbridge when the idea of LET THE PEOPLE CHOOSE. connection with the content for Liberalism it Mill Oau. do. The victory in tU find another J provtd nnd the win in (literati ing discussion The Contre York was particularly strife frfouda of one of the defeated can- didaUtt claimed that undue influence had boett uaed by officers of the inal Liberal Association to secure the nomination for Dr. Clark. It wiw .'strongly denied that this was the case, and the statements thus made wore accepted and the nomi- ing. The Conservative candidate Capt. Wallace, was a popular young man, the eon of Hon. N. Wai lace, who was invincible in his day. nation became unanimous. an effort were made But from the party's headquarters to secure the nomination of a man, whose services the party leaders felt need of. should it be considered an of- fenoe, .'so long as -the interference consisted merely in having the wish es of .nd t.'T, !R. tli from those n Lhe leg-islativ A third tar was stopped only when whjch wijl te ma ait lho its front wheels had dropped over the amounting sKlge oi' the bank. izens. As it "is at present -the square is not -a credi-t to the city but if the Provincial and Dominion Govern- nxsrts.. were to join the city in its maintenance-it could ba made one Jenkinson and Bailey were %'ery iously injured, Jenkinson's leg being c''ushcfl tfaat win to a millii-.rt and a half dollars. 'At the end of eleven months, November 30, this >var. we find v.-e have a profit account ot Out of this was paid in cash aad stock dividpnrla in leaving a net bal-ied, but all will recover. ancf to .surplus account this time 1 removed to a crippled for life. The other victims of the accident were all more or less injur- They were of the administrative body. Tho mu saum in the basement .-m-1 ihe library and cafe on the first floor 11 be GARGET IN COWS. always fail." Don't drug the nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys. That is simply a makeshift Get a prescription known to drug- g-ists everywhere as Dr. Shoop's Re- storative. The Restorative .is., pre- pared expressly for these weak inside nerves. Strengthen these; nerves, build them up with Dr. Shoop's Re- or see how quickly help -will come. Free sample test sent on request by Dr. i S hoop, "Racine. Wis., Your health is CURES'surely worth this simple test. Sold i by aJl druggists. The Bank has 119 branches and throughout Manager dietributed i iiiamiODa, oas berta and British Columbia. CorrespbEdentB at til eitfes oi the U.S. BankefsTS tt annum, compounded four times a year. Drafts. Money Orders and Letters of payable many part of the world, at current rates LETHBKIDGE BBAXCH- E. W. McMtfLLEN, Temporary Office, Oliver Block Upstairs For Quick Sale 2 lots on Crabb Street, close to Bompas, Terms 3 lots on Glyn Street, close in, x Terms C, B, Bowman Agency LETHBRIDGE 4 4 ALTA, l' lis TV on. ti fund to cover any deprecia- bcl'ir.girjs to the present stockholders >f luck to the Kerr Co. ar.d may OUR POINT OF VIEW. TilP report an exccption- liy Christmas trade. That is two company proposes injs there wotikJ certainly appropriate j enough money to keep the propertv, l Gccur In present Tee buildings would a surplus a very small part of the square.! would be- lots of left for a park and a park that would be a crodit- to the-city.. With th.- -sh'ldovv never grow less in Al- and'-the two jo.ninq- in i concerns of that kind the maintenance the square would u'i51 mjike this country grow, have more trees than it has now.' There would Ix> flower beds, p.iths i ItUed with trees and flowers ami ah-i all pfroan grass. AVc say there; would be for the reason thtvt if the was placed in the riffht l.fifht. "before, the'.parties conwrned thoro i.s! not doubt they would allot a cer-! tain sum each year for thc> purpose. If the square is loft in the city's shape it i.s now for some yeers to j come. The city cannot aflord at pro- sent to appropriate inoney to mam- tain the property properly, Rido and ar? a f.r.U ne- cessity. With the two governments interest- ed in ths mainteMancr of the Messrs. Jenkinson and Robinson are well known throughout the west as brooders of pure-bred shires on their ranch at Pinchcr Creek. ilr. Jenkinson now resides on his large ranch south of Medicine Hat where he breeds heavy draft horses on an- extensive scale. He has fre. qUtMrUy shown his horses at Calgary fairs and has many friends there. Jerjkinson is well, knowii' here. He left IK-re in with a lot of polo ponies for California. He ran- ches south of Medicine Hat and east .sign of the prosperity existing in Iot" Contts. He took an automobile Lcthbridge district. [with rrm, J-Jarry being in j with charge. Nelson hockey team xvar.Ls to have a Kunie in this Just thinly of! talking j'.ockfty when we RO To check a cokl quickly from l.ovcrcoHts. Baseball i.s more in the liri'v of tlie Letlibridgc sports at a Christmas game. They cannot play hockpy unless it might bp, clone on roller, as a park the 'transformation could Ixi made much sooner. The public wouln itlso add consio'erAb- canr.ot IK- too carefully picked over. We wont tho in Canada and not the type that com- mit .snch as the fellow vho tht- old man'y life ir. Pcol coun- ly to -the appearance of the park ty, Oniario. oyeryiThufe arc flisiwhsinj? with Prcveritics. for they are not. TVcvcnlirji contain no quinine, no lax noihinij harsh or .sickoninar. at' the Prcveri- tics v.-ill prevent Pneumonia, "Bron- chitis. T-T. etc., Hence the name, TVevcntics. Good for feverish children.' 4S TVevcntics" 25-cents. Trial boxes-sold'for 5 cts! Sold by all druggists. ortunity For you to invest a small -amount and reap by returns-an in- vestment that will easily produce a revenue of from 100 TO 5OO PBR CEINT Everyone who is at all acquainted with conditions in B C must admit that the LOWER ARROW LAKE DISTRICT is un- doubtedly the choicest fruit-growing district in the province. A free trip to purchasers to inspect our land. It stands inspection uri uu5 ui uur luruiiijauj OaJi. or write TOP Booklet and psptjculeps :rows Nest Pass Investment Go. Ltd., Lethbridge, Alta, ;