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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTHBRlDGE HERALD PUNTING co., LTD; worthless if the C.P.R. and lit moved down to shelter and roads, eaauot the Deduce to A. J. tolls a'b- tuertot. [out; aiuc miles buck froav-the rhvr. the snow in many cases is not To Settle with Mormoni. w A W. A. W. JOftOAN, of Job fu i mrecior. SUBSCRIPTION: Ia Advance a year Otu f 2.00 a year Th? Calgary-- quotes jthou inches''deep. On Guelph as a place where u municipal- j ranch TC caHCvt help 1T. Dominion, that this scheme is no-t being pro mo ted entirely in her interests. And of this kind must 'be look- ed at not from a personal point.. the best, interests of the community in view. The hotel guestion is a vital question in city. Tha granting of licenses should as president, is succeeded by that jastti-te and .able banker, Byrcn E. j Walker, whose''place as general man- ager is filled by A. Laird one -if recollections of. early days'" unit "but around -the fireside of the -future. -far removed to hiake 'v-r'Ulivisio'n .uiifair.7 townships And -'so -it is w-lio come out -take in MoVnicii country, the j brightest and soundest bankers in-the The local branch, of the bank is flouri shing under the ag- gressive management of C. G. K. bourse. It is not unlikely that'tiie bank will erect a fine building: M-re this year. T te carefu ly safeguarded The stand- morp frequently spoken, of by travel- lers and tourists than the character of the hotels in the different towns and cities..- A- city with v first-class ho-lels, well conducted, where the law is observed, a good ser- and quiet .and orderli- ness, maintained, will become orite stoppiag place for the very best class'of-people. Therefore we let us- have first the hotel fitted up, so- that-its'.actual charact-er and accom- modation can be judged before a lic- ense Is granted. D. J.. WM-Lncy lives on the farm.! to West- to ..take up a career.' country, Letttbridge and Mac- They must prepare -.to forego; ._ the pleasant surroundings' of the j Startin-j from township 11 and settled places -in ronlsm-i cc-ntinuing to' 23, wnlch ber-that the future wilKmakC; j a second _and other places just as., at'tract-ive i a-bout the '.required num- to livs_'in as This, district would tiike in I left behind. The west 'country-. j.Cl-arcshoIni, Canton! {of great richness arid: It would also us have -to ptioncer Jn-IMC'dicjnc lint- city and Liie Iron Castings and Machine Work Structoral Steel Columns, Sashweights MILL AND MINE SUPPLIES Valves but he has faith J a'the-city and so he proceeds to build a business, block That's the kind of farmers we> want in. this country. i Good! That three day show 5s 'the thing. Nothing like having dav's fun. ful spirit, will win out in tho_ is just ;possiblu .tha-t ..a. .'jhat-tfer iiy nien an.4 j could' te.mtidc "by a-' north and sout-h. should :stay in century [division, placing -Medicine with settled conununitaes of i Letiijjridg'e and th-e ,_.... jtow-ns along-'the -C. line wkh For my part, I wouldn't exchange and- the.pass country. Of TRACTION ENGINE REPAIRS Babbit Metal Miners' Tools BOILElR OF ALL MiNDS Pipe Bar Iron UCUl Mr.. -did right to draw the City Council's att-ention to the .nesd for another stand pipe. He makes it clear that vhs present pipe js overtaxed and the woollen mills, flour mill, and C.P.R. shops commence using water, along with an increased nuniber of domestic ser- vices, it will soon te emptied. What then in case of nre? It is upto the Council to thoroughly investigate ins matter and if 3Ir. Fleetwood's surmise is correct, there should be no, hesitancy in deciding upon erection of a new pipe. Gvo. Hatch 'missed his calling- should have been a lawyer and he would have 'been a judge of the Su- preme Court of the United States long ago. j'thu west-and its prospects for course, 'the village of G lei chon .should jth'ng that t-he East might cffeV.nio.. in Calgary .division. _..'-. -Calftary- is in- 24. To TlkTCCf Kftir. a-nothor division of approxi imanately Calgary city would The Agricultural Society aivcl-'townsliips- 24. '25, jheld a meeting last Thursday 3-1. Ihis and railroad accidents-) It was decid-d to leave ;'the--cdn-'' .west oi Gal- have a lot of people off the sideration of prize list until-' f-n? tfe'main line of the C.'P. 'face of the earth the past p-c-an'd all-alcnj -the- north lino Surclv 'Friday, a. as" and; :'taking Fa'irfieUl i and of "-course the- d is- r.triot TO w-ost.. This would ''-ridmff. 'The a daj- may bring forth." the 'Skidop to the coyote" would be the cry of -the fanner if the govern- put a 'bounty on would cniy the animals. ON THE SIDE By the under'. -discussion, will attend.' A motion of a three -davs was adopted namg. inc ,u- ''Political be devoted to- of such a no .person' knows .it. dvisicn Whitney offered a of S10 for a. directors race on division, onlv; until-4.30 o'clock when-it sJtort program will be p'ut-on. I, J division would -take ..in OBs, "Inn sfaiJ, litd Lacortrbc and Ponoka, v.-i-t-h the otbc-r vitlages along the and the 'townshipssast The E. -Huniphpi-es, l was instructed to THE T1 Sale of the Choicest Lands write the would leave three ridings 'taon company regarding- tho-. matter .further north, where it m-iaht be i of a water-right for- the .society's make, divisions north; '-and EDfTORlAL NOTE. 'putting in a. good, word Loth-bridge. for passing of the -bylaw taxing real estate Insurance agents is Charlton Dixqn, manager of the Canada West Coal and Ccke property, strikes me an" ideal boss. lie doesn't -tihrow onany side whatever, but in a.nd out amongst his men as though he -were one of-them: When he took charge of affairs he made i-t clear he was boss an-d fact -and very well, but tha Council wants j firmness. a men recognized that they admire him for But Bixon is fair his and to see_that it is properly j square and -that counts a lot j men. He- is an in- order every tellectuai, and is recognized as grounds. The grounds 'committee- was structedVto prepare a 4x> lowjkl "ih making im-prbveuiiencs to groan south, instead of cast and west.' AIMS OBJECTS. A correspondent speaking oi. the The ways and means Associatipn says: ported that it had made enquiries as.. j_ Jflo menibership of the association _ In_Tpwnsliip 9, Eange 18 S, Range 17, and a large selection of the best lands in adjacent districts. We contemplate opening several local branch offices in Southern Alliwia enrjy the coming season, but at, present-all our 'business will be' conducted -from onr General Offices at Duluth, Minn. The RUSH THIS SPRING- will be the greatest known in the history of Canada West, and we advise intending purchasers to COME NOW and make your selections BEFORE SOMEONE ELSE GETS YOUR. OPPORTUNITY to-: a-loan-of