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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 24, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta A lot of people Should wenr trlasaes who don't. That's a safe .stutcinont to niakt My experienco las been tliat i^ople do not give the first signs of coming eye troubles the prompt attention fhey should. They seem to put tlic matter otr as long as pcjssible, and it isn't the right way to do, not by any meana. Sec OREN, The Eye Specialist Hours for ti'sting 10 a.m. to 12, and from 2 to l p.m. R. A. WRIGHT, The Jeweler Phones 1&5 and WRIGHT BROS. HAVE FIVE STORES R. A. WRIGHT C.C. WRIGHT A. M.WRIGHT B.W. WRIOHTj P. W. WRIOHT Lethbridgol Fernie iMedic'eHat' Rogthern Pr. Albert Alta. B. C. ' Alta. Sask. Sask. FAVOR CITY^ENGINEER Council Will Ukely Decide at the Next Meeting. A regular meeting of the City Counclt was ht;ld on Monday evening at whith some very inipoilant business was ti-aasactctl. NEW FIRE E-VaiXEEK. Thu flru, water and light conmwt -tee approved of L. H. l'"owler'.s ap-ixtintnwflt as Chief nxtd appcinted a�o. Uruce, as firo enj.noer in succession to Jtiaua Wallwr. The conuuitloo also rcconmiondt�d that ths Electric Co. \jo aslfud the cost of tiiaintainijig the new light outside of tJie Lothljridgc hotol by the proprietor and that the latter bo ttslcod if ho will place lh.3 Hghit at the disposal of thoJiy if ii will keep same in operation. recominondatioiLs wena: That tho A. 11. &' 1. Co. ijc askod if thaj- would iiiKierlake to oIKfrato a lire whistle for tlw; city shoiiW one ( too provided. That the Council arraiig-e a shed -^o protect a reel in tha north ward and 'that 50(> fewt of uiilinsd fire hose and two nozzles l>c sup -p.lfd for tho reel. That the oheiaical engine l>e Ihor -ou^hly cxataiiied by 11. Case and Geo. Bruce and reported upon. That fiuotations l>c procureid for an up-to-c lakvn to ronuMly this in case of futwe fires. Iho rcpoit was adopted, the clause in regard to tha .stundpipo Ijeing referral to the waterworks cominiitoo. ntriko at Tjothbridgo are rcfipotuiiATh! for the sufT�iVng due to hick of fuel deliveries. I would liko infornwtion to condrm my opinion so our or^n-isa'tions in the oast may belp.j'ou." 'Jhj secretarj' treasurer vena Instructed to write that "'not having sufTercd at all. wc are ncKt in a poai-ticti to give the dcalred in'onnatioa.' LICENSE �EAL ESTATE SIEN. By-laws were paas^ eppointiogtha health ofHoer and the auditor for 1907. also tor impoains lioonae toea of 95U on individual real estate men $100 on corporations in tha same fous'ness and SIO on insurance agie&ts FOR PUBLIC OWNER3IUP. Aldornian Oliver reported from tha irMinicipal convention fMl rocoi>'nl a vo>te of thanks. In acknowhsdgiBK it ha declared himMsU against giving any niunicipol franchise to any corporation. Ho was tor pubHc ownership in all cases without exception. Rogers - Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd. KINDLY UEFERENCE9. AXOTIIEU STANDPIFE. .r. H. Floatwood, inspector, advised tho eruotion of nno'iher stand -pipe. He roiJortcn to satisfactorily supply present requira-mnts. The C. P. 11. round, house, Woollen Mill, Flour Mill and in-crtes^it consumption by A.II. & X. with an additional domestic service, are to be expected to rsquire a 'ot. of additional water this yoa,f. Tha waterworks cominJtti�c will deal with the question. In the last issue of the Christian Ouardian tho following items of local interest apiiear: Tha mtembcrs of th� Meficino llwt District ara pleased at tho prcspeot of retaining their chairman for another term, Rev. J. M. Harrison having accepted an invitation to licthbridgc for the next conferenco .year. At the some time comes re -gret at the prohnblc loss of Rev. J. E. Hughson, B.A., from our Con/er-(ncc. Mr. Hughson will prob�bly go to Ingersoll, Ont., and is one of our most wiastor. Successors to George Rogers'! Builders' Supplies of Every Description - Wholesale and Retail Lumber Shingles Doors Windowrs Mouldings Lime Lath I Building Paper Tar Paper Cedar Fence Posts Phone 23. Lethbridge, AJta. I MEN S WINTER STYLES. Are Shown in the Booic Just Published in Montreal. lUMP IN LAND VALt'ES. Turn Over a New Leaf for the ensuing >-car and be^ve that old plumbing torn out and clean, healthy, sanitary plumrbing put through your house and avoid infectious diseases, fevers and many of the diseases that como from t>ad sanitation and plumbii>g. Wo are ready to undertake any Work of this d-scription, which wo do in a skilU ful and scientific manner. C. W. GRAY CITY ENOINEEU. Tlio works conunMtec favor the- -.-n-gage�mcnt of a city engineer, his duties to tc tha supervision of w�ter Works, improventents of sti-eets, construction of sidewalks, inspection of I'buiidings and to act as assessor. C. B. Bowman dosires to resign the lail-ter pcK;tion, as he felt he had too much work to do. The Council will decide about tlwj eng-agemtnt otf a city engiiteor at its next meeting. No Time Like the Present. Buy your STOVES Now We have tlicm, all styles and sizes, at very special low prLcs. : THE CENTRAL HARDWARE ...................STORE................... OR G. L. VROOMAN u* SIDEWALK CONSTRUCTION. Hugh Scott wrote advising thttt .sidewalk construction ^Ai conunenccd carliiu' this year than in formur years. The High River Times tolls an in-loresting story which has been duplicated ovfr and over again in most Iirogressivc vcstarn Canadian towns. During the year li�Ol H. H. Bobnit-son purchased a section of land from the C.P.B. and obiiut 80 acrea Irotn C'aptain Cakes. Iht! price paid for ihi land averaged him about f5 per acre. He has had erected a very handsome house and added other improvements on t!�e farm until now, Mf may Ijc said, he has the Onewt fanm in the district. Last sunmicr he was offered 902.00 an ncru which tempting offer he refused. Owing to tho town cxtimding its boundaries Mr. Robi-rtscn has disposed of over 84,-000 worth ot town lots during the summer. CAIXIARY'S NEW EVESINO PAPER. ISOLATION HOSPIT.VL. It was decided that the city purchase a site for an isolation hospital and nuisance ground, also pump housj as recommended by the health officer 1:* acauli-ed by the city n.s soon as po.s.S'ible. The Mayor, Aid. 01i\-�r and City Clerk Bowman wci\} appointed to nogotiatc lond transactions wi'th tho A. R. & I. Co. " Made in Letiibridge " by SkUled Workmen. Concord Harness Straps Stock Saddles We can guarantee yon complete satitfiiction. (SuccesBors to Horner �fr Hatchinson) L H. FOWLER & CO. Qencral Blacksmithini; and Horseshoeing. New buggies to order, carriage pnint-img, all kinds of woodwork in wagons, windmills, fanning mills, cr�am raparators, grain picklors. blaik-�mitli coal. laS.OO REWARD. Loat- hi\y horM. branded V8 (moii�gram) Mi hip.-J. B. HOW  SON, MedieiB* Bat. LBTHBKIDCE. Cranbrook'a cjty eouncil for this year is: Jemos t'inUy. Mayor; J.P. Fink. A. McCowan, T. B. Gill, Jos, Jackscn, B. Backlnbotbam and Jas. ALBERT A aWennen. WILL TAKE ACTION' The city solicitor was instrucAcul to take procc>odings against Smith Bi-os. and Wilson to collect taxes due tho city. GAS BOIUNO. Tha fo'llowing rosoUilion was passed: That arrangements bo made so that the Electric Light Co. bo csallcd tipon to furnish a sito to erect a derrick for well drilling ojwrations thus nelieving tha blockade of Coutts St. ttj>d avoiding nuisance to the school, said site to bo neoror tha old hole than tho Coutts St. location. Tho city to take over the site of gas well with other property according to bylaw should Electric Co. comj>ly with terms of said by-law. The price of site to tho city to be the sativo us tha Electric Co. pay for it at time of their purchase. TH.Vr NEW LICENSE. Th�rc was some discussion on this desirability of opposing a license to the DavioK House. Nearly all the council were against th^ lieenfse, but tho Kocrot�/'j" twamirer argued that it was outside tboir jurisdiction. It was also urged that tho applicawt was an old tinwr who deserved well of the city. Mr. Oilwr thought ihoy fhould cn'd.ravor to raise tho quality of tho hotel accommodation ralh?r than th.) opposite, but as the council was unaniniotis he would not press tho motion. (Winnipeg Free IVoss.) D. MacOillicuddy. a well known Ontario journalist, at one time od-Hor of the Qoderich Signal, who is on his way to Calgary to make final arrangements for starting a now owning paper, to be called the Dally N . t tfir, but it is expected that r> t! . > a-tion will commepoo on February 1. T. W. Quayle of tha Cftiicn, Ottawa, is to lx-� news editor, and Andrew A. Moore of Kingston, is engaged a� business manager. A. D. MacOilA -cuddy wnll jcin the business deportment ond Owen E. MacOillicuddy, will take part in tho literary work of the Paper, and during tha ncssion of tho Alberta,parllanvenrt will represent it in the gallerj-. It may bo nwntionod that an article frt^oii his pen with the title "THo Regeneration of the An>eric�n Democracy," appeared in the Dccomiber number of the WesUuinwter Review. Mr. MacCil.*.cuddy is an Ontarinn from the county of Huron, �-hich, along with Bruce, has furnished an immense numlicr of western settlers. His position in journalism was roc-ognizcd by his bcitig clc color most desired by gentlemen. The new sack coat, for the Fall and Winter of 190(1 will luivo neither centra or side \-cu'tA. This has given place to the close waist flowing hip and thj fitting .sack. Both styles arc shown. The newest, winter overcoat is called the French Chasterfteld. It is a modiacation of ths fashions first shown. "A. Southard asks you to soc the silken ScnU-rcady label on tho inside of pockets oi coats, trousers and overcoaits. Vou need not I I Take Our Word for it We are Willing'that you ^the J udge : : If "Kni�ht*t of Rayinond";^Sugar is not the Purest, Sweetest Sn^arsyou Have ever used FREE: A reoipe for making New England Toffee. Mention your tjrocer's name and Dept 113, and write KnightVSugar Factory, Raymond Alberta. Then, tod, Knight's of Raymond is swaeter, purer and cheaper than any other ', sugar [offered you. You neetl not take our word for it.............. BUY AND TRY Knight's of Raymond Sugar. If your grocer does not carry it, write for for trial sack, WANT CAMPBELL, TOO. (Medicine HuC Times.) Tho Agricultural Society of Ijcth-bridge has decided to ask Mr. Campbell, the famous authority on dr>' land farming in the United States to come to tliat city to lecture. Why can't Medicine Hat add its Invitation to that of Lethbridgc, and thua lessen the expense of both, and team things wc can never know as well any other way. Fiiush of the competition for the $ J 35 Buggy ends this month. Better buy your coal for the rest of the winter now and secure the coupons. Yon may get 1h� buggy. PHONE 179 when you need a CAB To go to the a';ation or bring friends to your home. CARTING ALSO DONE. BRAVE WORK OF COWBOY. Raj-mond, Alta., Jon. 18.- >?inK>u � Johnson, a rider for the Knight t'nt- ! tie company, two days ago went iV}-l them for 36 hours without f.. il �� fire. After that his horse plivjil . .1 but. ho kept up the pursuit uw fooi. His face and wrists wcro frozen. Morrison & Dixon PHONE ISO. J. G. Wiecand Next door to Schweitzer's " BAKER V. REDPATH STREET. CANADIAN PACIFIC POEM SWITCHER ELTON. Croup can positively be stopped in 90 mifiutea. No vomiting-nothing to aicken or diatrcas your child. A sweat, pleasant, and safe Syrup. c�ll od Vr. Shoop's Croup Cure, does the work and does it quickly. Dr. Shoops Croup Cone is for Croup aloos, w -member. It does net claim to cure a down allmauts. It's /or Croup, iha*'* all. Sold by J. D. Higinboth-am a Company. BIO 1L\NCH SOLD. NOT OUR BUSINESS. J. S. Clarke wrote from Ontario saying. "1 believe tho railways, as Well as, and perhaps more than, tho T. H. Moflat, of Cardston, has sold bis ranch of 500a acres. It is understood tJtah capitalists are the purchane.w --ad-thay will settle it with farmers. MET HARD LUCK. L. D. King has been elected prosi-d�nt ot the Raymond Board of trade. Alex. Ciunn, cx-M.P. postiwwter at Kingston, Ont., Is dead. The munioipal elections at Fernie resulted OS follows: Mayor, Dr. 8. Bonnll; Alderihcn. J. D. Quail, F. Stork. J. Mclntyra. W. B. Tuttlo, and J. Gates. School trustor, E. WrtggicswoHh. MINARD'S LINIMENT CUREH DIPHTHERLl. (Cardston Star.) It is reported that the Cardston people �'ho left for tha north lost .>*ear witl� their cattla have sufTered Iwttvy lo�