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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 24, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 ^  I "Not on* man in ten reads books. Tha't newspaper Is parent. Mbool. coUsgs, pul. pit, theatre, ejcampJe. comiMllor all In one."-Wendell Phillips. What papers do you read f Let us suggest the satisfj^g combination of a first class metropolitan daily and a well edited, up-to-date local weekly such as THE WINNKPEG DAILY FREE PRESS - AND~ LETHBRIDGE HEKALD Wc will send you the above two oxfcUent papers on a three months' trial order for 75c, and prepay the ]X)stage on both. A nominal price, just to get you started; you will not, we avo satisfied, having once read thoMi, content to do without thoni. To take advantage of this offer you must, however, J)e a resident f)i' Alberta. The lollowin^' form filled out and forwarded to the Herald will re-eeive grateful acknowledgment and prompt attention. f GOSSIP OF ^ IIr" I GROWING TABER||;Xt; I : Call Him The Mayor. The 'i'atier niiiv:?s wnro almost coiu-poUwl to closa down at the end of last wnek, ow'ns 'o the lack of cars. Alinos't forty curs were loatled and cn tll3 tracJ^:.s (''riday, �-ftitins to l>o pulled out. Hnrdiy an empty Avas to i/} had and llw position cf attair.-^ lookc-d cxcev-Hlinxly du,rk for ths nUn-injf comiwinio.'i. W. C. Simmons. .M.P.l'., was in Talx'r ttt tli.-j titiia and when hu was infornieil of l.ho sarioiisnoss of afl'ait-s, ha wiivd Win. *Vli.vtft, \'ic('-[irf.'*id'i?at of tha V.V.U. It in apparent to ovorylxxly at Talx-r IhaL llw CI".11. is tnoro to blaina for tha fual famine thnn tlva coal conipaniw. Tlia coal is beinjC turned out but ih.^ railroads are not nioving ih.^ni. � Hc-r:iiii-, r.rtlibridBP. ^ .Mall 1.1 i;n(!er?iiKno(l arldress the Winnl- t \wk Daily Kioe I'ros.s and the Lethbrldge  HeiiiUI. iio.5(ase prepaid, for three months, t I'or vvliicli 1 fiu'l.^sc- 75o. I -Value ......... AiUircs.a.....  W. .\. Hutrhanaa was in town on Friday last. W. v., 8imnions vuh in lo-.vn on rrkla3-. when ho intero.-ited iAm.lf in trying to .flraightoa oia tlu sar-iou.l car .shorttucc , so the dignity was thurst upon him. Peavottk didn't look much difi'orcnt than tve to, when Iva walkod into tti3 Lafayotto Ilotal yestcrdoyand put, his name on tlioratio�i is m folliw.']. In towaship lO, the whole of .soc-tloii u, the W{-st 100 acres of 1; �a�t ICO acres of 0; South 100 acres of 8; 40 acres of 9; S, K. 40 acres of 10; and (n township y. \. 80 acr�� of 31; N. 320 aero* of :i2: -V. �'. 80 acres cf 83. Thus making a town sita of 1090 ncrt's. Add Talwr. An acif! Scott three yc-terian church horn and *50 for a nmnso. its nninn. Things are a goo�l deal tM*tcr out tiioro than they are item and it Lsn't mny k. lUwUl J>c an eight |>affe, i five column paper and should ftourish under ihc direction of Mr. Froncii-,-who is u comi>ateiit ivewspaix'r man |of iwido (svi.Hirienci:. The plant is now throughout. W. M. |}arlj.:'r. lata of IjiMhbridge. ha.s li-n.sc-d th of ICaijl.'s will \:c orgatii/.i:d here soon. It is said that anollur ph.vsicinu vill locale in town. JIo is iJr. -Mc-Itivin of IJainy l{i\er. thit. It is als,) reported that .Air. Wallace of llif.'ii Uiwr, Hill op.'n a law ollice h.-r.-. v.-'r.v .soon. Mr. IJowdtn oi Itaymond. is conducting a g occupied by Mr. l);uis, tho nierc)i.'vnl tailor. TftlKT will have ofHeial weatlvar ,ro-/lorts xury soon. The instruments Taber, evor thr.>wcei�5 a politician when ha was in j Buffalo, but he sscnis to have flour-isih^ in th) Canadian flokl. His act-ivrties in Huffalo ranged from handling a Ii*e-insuranc�; agency to own -'ng .1 .sawirjll and lator liccomtng an invc-nlivoint3, both in Canada tintl tlio Uuiteil State's. If yon havo jinylhinf? yon wish to^spll list it with nie, it will cost you nothing if 1 do not t^tfect a Bijlo. If yoii wish to buy and J Imve not whaf yon wind, m'tve iiio a description and I will find it for yon. N. T. Macleod Fire and Life Insurance. When in need of a Hugar is not "importeil" from th) half civilized islands of thu south S-eas, but is a. home grown product, and Is so ihji-ougfily 1>oilod under hiKh"T>I^fiSJ"e and tK)0 dt�grees of heat ih.it it would be impossible for n niicroljc to Hvo if :iuch wei"o pre-atnl. 'Tlu! Sugar e.\pi>i>is point out, that the niicrotK; attairks those sntg-ars while 1 eing brous,Ht in-to the Country fioin iha troi>ic4 Thore is another reason^'^/J^ must not overlook, w:h.v wc Caniiiu.''V^ h.ju:d demand Knijrht's of Raymond Sugar and take no other; no uMt'tor what the grocer iiui.v sell us and that i.-i, that every dollar we |>ay for nightjs of lUiymond Sugar stays jtend,'�rfot ciin do in tlie Northwest. In Huffalo he had a taste for tho most o.icpen�ive hair tonics and vis-itt'd the manicure's regxilarly twice n w.v�k. He jumpoil from that en-vironm�rt to a Montana blizzaid and took ft hard of sheap through one of thu vorst winters the oldtwl ranch -nnHi had over seen there. Then lie cros.sed into the Canad'-an North -west. He's lx>en th^Tc since. Xow It's his honor, the nvayor. Ho can't be a reform niftvor iu Me>.ii, J-^"'"*n. Tlvero is no board of aldernic-n or C-instic diarit'i'to bother the taxpayers, and he's hap-P.V. "I'm going biic.'v to my nativo jait> now on tlve way and will be ; charge of West lake Bros. "The man who is a lubscriber to a good Local Weekly and a reliable Metropolitan Daily Newspaper may not always be a well informed citizen, but he has the materials to make him one.'* 'Here are the matemals : , J Monlhi L�thbrldtfe Herald Winnipeg Dellx PreM Each Pott* �|e Prtpiid 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 hi a resident of Alberta. TO THE HERALD, LtTHBRIOaE. Enclosed And 75c, for which mall to my address the Herald and the Winnipeg Dally Free Press for thrM months each, postase prepaid. Special trial offer. Name ................................... Address.............................. MOAlin Ol- Tll.ADi:. A ineotinH of the Board of Tradsj was heUi on Tuesday evening last �-ith \V. W. l>oUBlas in tho chair. nesolVf�d that, tho Siscivtary write to Ihn Public Works IVpartmont tit Mmonton and to \V. C. Sinunons, tl'ui local inonil>er, luartily endorsing tho i>otition for a public bridgs? at I this point over the Belly Hiver. solvod thill the .Secivtury write to '� tlie Post Ollice Depart men t at Oi -' tawa usUin^f th.^n to place a l-Hlvr I bo.\ on th..'. C.V.li. Pepot. Ke.solved that the Secretary write i to the Post Otllcc Insjwtor at Cal-Igary asking why tJvi mail on Mould ay night was refii.srd to h,! tak-en ion boiird thj vest boiiml train by the mail clerk. Hu'.'iolvtd lhat the Seci-etary write to the Overseen' of the village sag -gesting 'that a census 1m taken of the poi'iilation of the propcsi-d limits for Incorporation. Ilesolvid that the committee draw-up a con.vtitulion and submit the same to th.T ne.vt inoetins. Mr. .J. 'I'ruswcll ul.so read a pnper on lh.i con.siiliill()n of Boards of Ti-nde. riKht het>e in the West. WhiU� all j**^^** " """0," ho said, the monev you pay for any and all ^'^'"^ ^0�^ "f> >^"^ t of the West excepting ""I'^nds tn the silk-stocking coun-itry first. I'll promi.so to show them all a few stunts Kf they'll conui oihrtr goes ou l>cihaps 5 per &.'ut, t.:i th-- Krocer. We certainly cannot afl'oril to f(ivn \iw .South .Sea Island, aJjd "Cooiic" labor th; pjvfercnc* to a IxjttOT article pro�n nt )�omc a trifle le.ss in fjrico; then too out of wery dollar j>nid for sugar about 84 cents goes l,ack to tlie larnver of the West and to th! soil. .Should we 'not oncour  age this honvj industry "Sugvuxrow-injr," and build up our Wostom heritage. We ha\o hoarvil much of lat� of loyally to Canar sugar than Knight's of Haymond. Write to th.' I'aclory if thj grocor will not sol) it to you and get a .sack looks as soon as pcssilile. Uesolv�.e built or rent.'d close to th.^^ C. P. R. track. lO. A. Quib.-!il was elect.;-d vice-pr.?si ftrt) pr.TSfrnt-cd tho annual report �which was car-rid nt a meeting held on Satuiday last at 7.!teer 12 h> und-^rwent aiMther operation. There he stayed until ju.st iwo woeks btu'ore his death. Ho ivtumfd home to his family rn^ar Um^vning. wlKTe lliey live on a rsmch. , Ho-grow rapidly worse, rjus Mornl>org was Ijom in Kansas Cit^-, Kan., Novenvljer 7. 1859. lie vas the age of -10 when Ivj! dtod. When 20 jear.s of ngc lie left home to coui.-ilo Mcntona. Ho loft btilriml him four sisters and two brothers. He laiuled in Helena the ye-.vr oi 1880, where he was employed in various pursuits. In the spt'.ng of 188!) he removed to Choteau, whcr*' Iws conehind him to mourn his loss his wife and five children, who nro nil ,Voung-I.. .(.. Maud, Be3.sic, liny and HaK-l. He moved to Ilrowrvhig 11 .rears ago, v.-bcrc lie haeople callecr.'i;wsmttny bands of horse tJiIeves in thi? northern part of tho st.'ftt' and as tha r;�- ' .suit of whos-^ efforts many of tlwi ) thieves nro now s.->rving time in Montana, North Dakota au'l Cana�lian penitcootly submitted to a surgical operation. As the result of th? operation he I will er month and will not ho able to nde for a'>oiH a ymr. As M.s fluties as inspector malass it tiecossary tluit ho shall ride a fii^eiit deal Itc has resigned his posritlon. tha sanva to lake elTi�ct at tha time of thQ nu�ting of tho boaid of stock commissionors. The Hotel Windsor H. �. MIEBACH, Proprietor I'^vcry attoiitioii given tlie travelling public FtH'd SUihh in connoctiDii Ttslepliono 47 Landseekors' ami Raiiclior's Hoadijuartew I TELEPHONE NO. 1 Piles gtifc qtiick rdiaf from Or. Shoop's Magic Ointment. Rcmcmbar Urn tnado alono for l�ilo,i- and It wotkH wHh cartainty ami satisfac -ttOB. Jicblng, painful, protrwlinir, or bliatf fiiles