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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta " Mot one man In tan mil books. Tha newspaper is parent, aohool, eollag*, put. pit, theatre, example, ownatllor all In on*."-Wendell Phllllpa, What papers do you read f Let us suggest the satisfying combination of a first class metropolitan daily and a well edited, up-to-date local weekly such as THE WINNIPEG DAILY FREE PRESS - AND - LETHBRIDOE HE BALD We will send you the above two excellent papers on a three months' trial order for 75c, and prepay the postage on both. A nominal price, just to get you started; you win not, we arc satisfied, having once read them, be content to do without them. To take advantage of this offer you must, however, be a resident of Alberta. The following form filled out and forwarded to the Herald will receive grateful acknowledgment and prompt attention. HevfllJ, Lcthbrlitge. Mail to undersigned address the Winnipeg Daily Free Press and the Lethbrldg* Herald, postage prepaid, (or three month*, for which 1 enclose 75e.~ * Name ................................... I Address........................... "The man who is a subscriber to a good Local Weekly and a reliable Metropolitan Daily Newspaper may not always be a well unformed citizen, but he has the materials to make him one." Here are the materials LatHbridge HaraJd Winnipeg Daily Fraa Prm 3 Mtalht Each Pottage Prepaid 75c Just a trial offer at a ridiculously low price, to get you started; that is all we want. Try this combination of reading matter for three months and you get the habit. Just one condition attaches to the offer-you must ba a resident of Alberta. TO THE HERALD, LITHSRIDGf. Enclosed And 76c, for watch mall to my address the Herald and the Winnipeg Daily Free Press (or three montha each, postage prepaid. Special trial offer. Name ...... Addresi. NEW COUNCIL AIMS WELL Mayor Galbraith Outlines Nc�mitt�� of City-Plrat Meeting of New AJfttalttratort. All the members of the Council of 1007, with the exception of AM. Robinson wore present at the inaugural meeting on Monday night. After the. minutes of the lost meeting of the old council had toon wad Mayor Galbraith delivered an ad  drew to the council, which contained many Import am suggestions, It read an follows: MAYOR'S ADDRESS. In opening this first mooting of too Council for the yuar 1907, to which moat of us conic a� now men, il has appcarod to mo wise to lay before you In a format way somo impressions of tho city's requirements as 'they have come to mo. Thin will be done with a due realization of tho good work of preceding councils and not with any intention of mlminl*-ing what they havo accomplished. If they hod done nothing funhcKhan the preparation of the charter un-dor which our city la now govorned they would bo entitled to cur last -mg gratitude. W� arts now passing through an era of marked prosperity and if I rend tho sgns correctly it has not yot reached its height. Ihe coal strike now happily set -tied, has certainly huni|>crcd business somewhat, but wo trust the present amicable relation* amy long continue. In this connection- I think wc owe both men and company a word ot praise, the former for their uni -forinly good conduct und tho latter for the consideration of our city In supplying coal und In rcfralningfrom an advance in price. A (MTV ENGINEER. Tho first subject to which I desire to call your attention is one of prime importance. In view of the large amount of money which we are now spending ami must continue to spend in live development and extension of our water und sewerage systems, and the improvement of our streets, it In necessary to consider tha appoint-ment of a competent city engineer. It is too much to ask that any foreman of works, no nmUer how-able as such, be made responsible for tho proper grading of sewer connections or be asked to prepare pi tins of them for reference. The supervision of roads and walks also a matter of urgency should be one of the duties of such an official for the time has surely rome for us to get export advice us to the construction of permanent improvement* of this character. Tho cureful inspection of proposed buildings would come within his sphere and countless ways in which we could profitably use an en- ! ginoer you. will, 1 fool, occur to ail of TAXATION has beeti recently questioned it will bo an opportune time to have the whole mutter gone Into and in this connection i desire to place befcru you for consideration what appears from some study of the subject of fire, to be a first principle. You nave all watched the develop* ment of. our system. After a town la Incorporated, fire limits are donned within which only tire proof or quasi Are proof buildings are per -matted to be gubseguently erected, but the ones already In existence are allowed to remain and eciAc and placid in the hands of the men to whemtit will directly appeal. 1 believe thnt a steady aggressive cumpnign would result in consider  able additions to our manufacturing and wholesale establishments within a very* short tiuw. This ishould be in the hands of our immigration committee and shculd be well supported financially. 1 trust gentlemen that thin short pro-review of our work, incomplete as it necessarily is by reason of tho wealth of subjects to be discussed may not bo without lts> value, and 1 uni sure that if �-o accomplish a fair percentage of the results aimed at. besides others to which you will doubtless draw our attention. we will not have reason to be ashamed of our work. To this end we must sink all personal matters and co-operate for the good of all the people ami this I ask with confidence of tho result." It was moved that the subjects dealt wilh in this nddres* he referred to the respective committees. auditor: * It. Sage was re-appolnlcd auditor At $60 ayear. . -The suggestions in the Health of-fleer's report were referred to the Health and Belief Committee. STANDING COMMITTEE. Tho following committees nominated j by tho mayor were confirmed by the Council. Finance-Itoblnscn. McBcth and Vrooman, Fire, Water aiid Light.- Cunning -ham, Oliver and Watson. Works and Property.-Vrooman, Cunningham and Robinson. Health and Relief-Watson, Oliver and Mcllelh.  License and rolioo-Mayor and wholo council. Markets and Immigration. Publicity and Reception.-MeBeth, Cunningham and lloblnaon. Waterworks-Oliver, Wat sen and Vrooman. 4 first named on each committee is chairman. ! In tho matter of taxation which is |of interest to practically every .inhabitant of tho city there are a few-details in which Ithir.k our system could be improved. 1 am aware that many of these aro fixed by our charter, but others arc not and you may see reasons for making some ; changes. In the first place it should j A,d8 Oliver and Cunningham were not be considered unreasonable to]eU!Ctw, w ^x^y^ to tho convent-ask that taxes for any year be pay- jion o( municipalities at Red Peer, a'blo before ten months of that year j Crave and Gay Visitor-How pleasant your �Ilia is) Hostess- Hut I can't feel happy on half an acre of ground. My i'-uully had several thousands and a .nstlo and an army of servants. Visitor. (Impressed;-IXjar me! And when did .thoy loso thorn.? Hostess-In tho eleventh century - Slovo. "Matin." said Mr. Qutglcy, entering his home in some excitement, ' I want you to promise me not to look at the papers for the next three months?" "What for?" wonderlngly asked llrs. Quiglcy. "I haw just been nominate?! for a public office," ho faltered, ."un-i I don't want you to find out what kind of man 1 really am."-Chicago Tribune. MMMaMMMMaMaMMa} REAL I beg to announce thnt I have"- �$''''-� .1 � :' with your Majesty? Cannibal King-O, I've on awful indigestion. Medicine Man-What havo you been eating? Cannibal King-I've Just been polishing oft an American millionaire; Medicine Mun-flood heavens) No wonder you're ill. I've told you repeatedly to bowaiv nf anying too ri*.-Pelu Mule. OR COOK ! STOYB Call aas) tea Oar Stock and yoa art sure of atiag aatiafics) I HicK (a WaKely The Leading Tinners, Plumbers, Steam and Hot Water Fitters. Telephone 116. I Ok Boiel Arlington j FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. G000 ACCOMMOOAriON FOR THE TRAVCUN6 PUBLIC KXCCLLCNT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COtO WATER RATES ($I.K0 A DAY | LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA | TABER, ALTA. "Mr. Murray." said Ilov. Dr. Urown. ! want you to have So-and-So, who keeps a saloon down in Fourth Street, arrested. He gavo this boy a drir.k." "Well! Ahem!" was the first characteristic utterance ot the attorney, as he brushed his hand over his head and face. "What time wero you in that saloon, .my lad?" he inquired, jturn'ng to tho boy. | ' Just come out a uvinuto ago," replied tho urchin, modestly. , , , , . , A. Ilonney. was given nermls�ion ,,um! V�s. yes! How did youeomo tont. at least, of lots lying .n tho ^ ^ ^ * ^ ^ |lo_go in?' of a coniUl^rablo sum now paid to the bank us interest on overdraft. ASSESSMENT. j Tho subject of the assessment is | oiw to which 1 am sure you have all ' given consideration. Tho clause in our charter allowing a super assess- | ment on vacant lands, should '*> put into osKJration this year, to tlui ox- ' KMX'TtNO A CIIIBK. The Fire llrigado wrote asking to be allowed to elect their own chief. The fire, water and light commit tee o well also if tho Finance Committee could ProvWIng ho covers the on ro build- scheme i1"8' Jnclwt,lnR llw roof- wiln lron pivstnt.to the Council som>.nso of the city. In ivgand to lh-j insp-action of the assessment roll, I belle\ti that even one publication of it would give much greater prominence to it, than weeks of inspection at th clerk's siding. (i.VS WEM. In the committee of th*' whole con-'siderahle discussion occurred on the resolution from the School Board j Doard objecting to the location of the operations for tho discovery of gas, so close to tho Central school. The matter was finally referred to office and would allow those who dro ^ Works and Projwrty Committee unablo to inspect without loss of ! to investigate and report. turn* or leisure. i no no,v to do no at their STREET UOHT1X0. Our ciiy has hitherto boon knewn as the best lighted town in tho west and justly so. but the proposed use of meters as aunounced ii.v the Electric Light Co. will materially lesion our Sroa illumination and it will Imj your duty to provide adequately for this. FHIE APPLIANCES. As Uu value of our fire appliances City Solicitor Cony boa re made report on the claims ugainst the city of Messrs. Hiscox anil liulmer. They wore referred to tlio Finance com  mittee. A NEW HYORANT. It was decided to locate a hydrant at tho comer of Westminster road and Ilompas street. MEDICAL HEALTH OFFICER. Hon. JI. U. I>uVobor was apiwintod 'Ikm't know, .lltt happened to." "Gavo you a drink did he?" "Yes." Ar.d the boy wi|wd his face with an upward- stroke of the palm of his hand, while Rev. Dr. Urown looked on with an expression of satisfact -ion. Mr. Murray kitivicImkI bis li�uiulquari�rs RATES, $1.00 PER DAY Medical Health officer at a salary of'and please you. Bold by j. I). Uig , To stop a cold with "Preventics" ' is safer than to let tt ruu uml euro 'it afterwards. Taken at the "suk'M stage" Prowntlcs will bead off all colds and Grippe, and perhaps save |you from Pnoumonia or llrotchltis. ' , Preventics are llttlo toothsoine candy cold cure tablets selling in o cent nnd as cent boxws. If you aro chilly if you begin to sneeze, try Proven  itics. Thoy will surely check the rold saoo, la1�othara & Company. TELEPHONE NO. 1 �FOR ALL KINDS OF Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PICHE & MIRON 00 ;