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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta "Not man In ten booka. t J newspaper it parent, college, pul- j f pit. theatre, councilor All In Phlllipi. What papers do you read I Let us suggest the satisfying combina- tion of a first class metropolitan daily and a well edited, up-to-date local weekly such as THE WINNIPEG DAILY FREE PRESS AND LETHBRIDGE HERALD We will send you the above two excellent papers on a three trial order for and prepay the both. ['A' nominal price, just to get you started; yoii will riot, we are satisfied, having once read tliem, be content to do without them. To take advantage of this offer you must, however, be a resi- dent of Alberta. The following form filled out and forwarded to the Herald will re- ceive grateful "acknowledgment and prompt attention. GOSSIP OF FBOM THE BllGULAl; BKPOBTEB 4 Hsrald, Lethbridge. t Mail to undersigned address the Winni- I Daily Free Press and the Lethbridje t J Herald, postage prepaid. three months. J for. which 1 enclose T5c. ss.............................. "The man who is a subscriber to a good Local Weekly and a re- liable Metropolitan Daily Kews- paper may not always be a well informed citizen, 'but he has the materials to make him one.'' The Taber lainas ware almost com- ipaltei to close down at the end 01 i last week, owing to the lack of cars, i Almost forty curs ware loaded and !cn th? tracks Friday, waiting to ha out. Hardly an empty Avas to had and the position cf affairs I looked dark for '.hi min- ing companies. W. C. M.P.P., was in j Taber at the .t-inro when ha was I informed of the scjriousniss of affairs, wired Win. vice-president joi ino C.P.R. It is apparent to everybody at Tabor that the C.P.R. is more to .blame for ttm famine 'than the- coal companies. Tha coal is i-tumed out but tht? railroads are not '-moving thorn. Express. UPC. th-i mayor of now, if you please. ..'-When he left Buffalo loss than years'ago it Was just J.L. i Pcuccck. heap good scout and every- j 'body's fitend. Ite didn't "seek the' honor of being mayor of Medicine Hat. lie says. Thay nsede-d a 'reform mayor out there, so dignity was thurst upon him. look much The uweticg then adjourna-d. suggestion as to the liirAts of the- town on its iricorporatioa -ip j than ha used to. .when li> walked in- follows. Jn township 10, tha whola j to tha> Lafayette liotal ycsterdayand of -section 3, the 100'acres of-ipui; his nams on the raster. j-1; 160 acres of C; South 100 j "Wouldn't .seem like Christmas' if acres of 8; S. AV.--40 acres of 9; S. i I -didn't come back to Buffalo to sec.- E. 40 acres of 10: and In township j IJM he exolaims-d to Chief 9, X. K. SO acres of 31; N, 220 acres Clark John t'aniels. as of 32; W.- 80 acres cf 33. Thus a town site of 1080 acres, pen and got. Kis old room on the third, floor.'. I "How tiro things in Medicine I Tabc-r. M19 rapoatod gjfter his j An acre- lot bought by "Modieirie Hat's all rifcli-t in spite.of Scott ihrce. .-.y-aars. jits nar.jc. Things urc a Kood deal and sold a year ago for, chttng- td hands again last week, the price on last occasion being 0. >r. Annabie, of Moose Jaw, mods tlij; sale through G. C. Miller to Messrs. Macdonald and Hobfcs. Rev. C. W. Gordon (Ralph Con- out they are here and it isn't any colder, I'm still S2ttlers roll in ;bv the W. A. .Buchanan was in town on i Friday last. W. C. Simmons vas in town on L, f _ ,r wm here and SoO for a manse. .when ha interested j ranching -through the territory and i and tens of thousands. J "I think that's th-3 gr2a't9st--coun- Itry in the world for nor) has dcnaUrd all his. works, for .j Of coursp. I haven't giyeji. away a j a. library in the Prdsbytc-rion church in trying to straighten out. the ser- ious car shortage. i G. A. ..Yancoy and 'Co. of Spokane, fare opailng up a 'brunch oflice in i Tabor. ..They own considerabk- farm ('property', in this vicinity and will i bring parties up at' intervals t-hrou- jg'hout the summer. j Uert Clements is opening up a i.-barber shop next to the Tabor 1-knel. C lurch of services will lift. library yet and I haven't' -bought a for tho University of Hard REAL ESTATE I beg to announce that I have opened an office in the LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK For the transaction of a'general Real Estate and Insurance Business T am pstablisliing connections with' eastern ami western joints, both in Canada and the United States. If you have anything you wish to'sell list it with me, it will cost yon nothing if T do not elt'ect a sale. If you to buy and' I have not' what yon want, give me a description and t will find it for vou. N. T. Macleod Fire and Life Insurance. Knocks. .-is'located- at i conducted in tho church-jc-ha-.'Hat. you know, but Tin -getting I] {Tuber.''on Sunday morning jon.all right. That's -the place to tlvis is tho place to H> ispend Christmas. I k Peacock never thowed any signs of i w i being a politician he was in Buffalo, but he-.soanis to flo-ur- ____ :n-thi Canadian field. -His act- .-la- bdllihff awentfion el our i-isaci'TS td 't'hat. ciisftgrceaolc ougai.. linff a., li-te-insuranca agancy to a new iidrror has ,__ ielftvcn o'clock. SEXD YOUK BACK TO T1IK SOIL. cf our TADICU LOCALS. 1-L S. Froiiciv of Port Arthur. .Out... bus arrived here to take the posi tion of ..editor and manager of the Taber Tri'buiis. The new paper ex- I'lXiCts, provided the C.P.l't. rushes sonic ..necessary .articles that are 'on this road, to malta its appearance; Ijiext wwk. It will an eight page, 'five column-paper, and should flourish I under -Ui2 direction oi Mr. French. who is a competent newspaper man of jwklo cijwricuco. The plant is new I throughout. I W. M. Bar'jcr, late of Letbbridffe. I h-as thy -'.I'.tbor Hotel. I from the 'bar. which will still be con- I ducted by Jao.k CarroU. I It is expected. a lodge of Hallos i will -be organized here soon. It is said that physician. Tiain of llainy Itiver. Out. It is also reported thai 31r. Wallace of. Higlx jl'fcivo-r. will open a law oftice -.'here.-. i very soon. Mr. ilowden of liaymond, -is con- ducting a-general store here. Sheriff Young paid the town a fly-- ing visit; on Friday. The new of Mine Mana-gc-r iJJixon will'.be finest in town. i Sheiirer's.'ncv.- -Uoiise-is-to 4-x; i occupied 'by Mr. Davis.1-the march-ant j tailor. I Taber ivili have official weather rc- ports very soon. The instruments arc TIQV: on fl.ia way and will be in I charge of Bros. OF TKADK. our V.-Q 'do.as. a to be A'ery civreful what' you buy in the shape of Sugar. We do later becottiCng an inventive genius. He inv-civtud a. which is now used on all t-he trolley Here are the matemils 3 Months Each tfe 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 must be resident of Alberta. TO THE HERALD, UETHBRIDQE. Enclosed find 75c, for which mail to my address the Herald and the "Winnipeg Daily Free Press for months each, postage prepaid. Special trial offer. Name Address.............................. A mcoti-ns of the Board of Trade was held on Tuesday evening last' with W. W. Douglas in the cha-ir. Hcs-olved that the Secretary write t.hft Public Worlds at {Edmonton and to W. C. Simmons, I tho local member, h-jartily endorsing: it-no. for a public bridge at this point over the Holly River. Ko- solved that tho Secretary writo to the Post Office Department at 0-t Lawa thorn to place a loiter en the C.P.R. Depot. i Kcstolvo-d tltit the Sccretao" write i to the Post Onice at Cal- Igary asking why matron Mon- 'iday nig'ht wtis refusc-d to. bs taken j on boaivl Uv> vx-st train by it-he mail clerk. Jlc'Solvcd. that the Secretary write the Ovcrsenr of the village sug- j g'Xi'i'i.ns -Uvat :t census be taken of -population of th-; propcsc-cl lin'i- i its for Inco: ..-'oration. t-'iat the committee draw up a" constitution and submit the I same to the next Mr. -1. Truswcll also read a paper on l'i-> constitution of Boan'ls of. Trade. TAUEU SnnOOL F.LKCTIONS. A meeting o- the Talwr School District was held in the School House on Saturday morning. Kesolved that tho government aud- jilor examine and audit -the 'looks as jsoou as pcssible. Unsolved that a new school 'be built or close to the C. F. R. j track. iO. A, QuiboH was vicc-psvsi-