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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 24, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta t - 1 . r - i i H I M ill -* ll ,t-' ^ � ^ -kuf\ t-Mhi ^Minwii .�U*fc IJiJilh tiill itKtl FAVOR CITY ENGINEER Council Will Likely Decide at the Next Meeting, A people Should wear irlusscs who don't. That's a sate �(ufi>nmnt to mak My expiM'icMHio l.ns been tliat people do not givo tlio first signs of coming vya troubles* the prompt attention thi�y should. They seem to put the matter off as long as |x the right way to do, not by any means. and it isn't Sec OREN, The Eye Specialist Hours fur testing 10 a.m. to 12, and from 2 to I p.m. WRIGHT Jeweler A regular meeting of the City Council was hi'Id on Monday evening at which some very important busi-uesa was transacted, NEW FIH12 ENUINEEK. Tito Are, water and light commit -tec approved of L. II. Fowler's appointment as Chief and appointed Ueo. llruco. as flro en J). near in succession to Jeww Walker. The committee also reconunonded that ths Electric Co. Ijo asked thu cost of malntainiaig the new light outside of the I�thbridge hot-el by tho proprietor and that the latter tx* asked if he will place th� light at the disposal of the oh,v if it will keep same in operation. Oih^r recommendations wero: That tho A. U. & 1. Co. bo asked ! if te to -satisfactorily supply i�rose 111 iwi iTKnls. 'Ilw C. V. It. round house. Woollen -Mill. Flour Mill and in-ei\ia�_d consumption by All. & I. with an additional dome�tic service, are to be expectod to iNxpilre a Kit of additional water this year. 'Iha waterworks comnuit�.v v\ ill de�\l with ihe (lu.'&Mon. In tho last issue of tho Christian Guardian tho following items of local intercut ap|>ear: The members of the MetAcinc Hat District aro pleased at the prcspoot of retaining their chairman for another term, Rev. J. M. Harrison Itaving accepted an invitation to IxHhbrldge for the next conference year. At the flame time comes re - gret nt the probable loss of Rev. J. E. II ugh son, B.A., from our Conference. Mr. Hughson will probably go to Ingcrsoll, Ont.. end is ono of our mosundant at home and In tho district, lie preach (Hi and gave excellent nermons both morning and evening. Mr. Austin not only exceeds as a preach?r bait is making his mark as a teacher. Kit it will be a benofVt to thedjurch itum he -is able to resume his duties Lumber Shingl Doors Windows i Moulding Building Papei Lime Lath Tar Pap Cedar Fence Posts Phone 23 Lethbridge Alta MEN'S WINTER STYLES. Are Shown in the Rook .Just lishcd in Montreal. Puh- as a pastor. Turn Over a New Leaf for the ensuing year and have that old plumbing torn out and clean, huilihy, sunitary plumbing put through your house and avoid infectious diseases, fevers and many of the diseases that como from -bad sanitation and plumbing. Wo are ready to undertake any work of this description, which wo do In a skillful and scientific manner. C. W. GRAY CITY ENGINEER. ! Tlu� works cumin'. I tee favor tho .'ii-gagomcnt of a city engineer. his duties to 1-c thj supervision of water works, improVfmuMits of streets, construction of sidewalks, inspection of buildings nnd to act as assessor. C. R. llowmnn d''sires to resign the latter pcs.tion. as he felt h.* hud too much work to do. . The Council will deckle about the ottered $02.50 an acre which tempt-en^agemvnt of a city engineer at its | ing ofler he refused. Owing to th* meeting. -town extending its boundaries Mr. Rolvrtscn has disposed of over W.- 81 DEW A LK CONHTIUCTIOX. "Manr.ern and Modes for Men'* is the tKlc of the book published by the Setni-ready Company in Montreal in Maclood a few Sundays ago, jc0,,je� may bo had free from the manager of the Semi-Ready Ward - i robe here. ! In the book, the President of the emi-ready Company, who is a recog ted authority on men's dress, gives iwrles of effective pictures showing the distinctive character of dress for various pursuits and purposes. White it is impossible to picture thattouch of warmth and brightness in tho1 new cloths, the Semi-ready styles cling closely to the sub/dued and unobstruc-tivo finer cloths which assure distinctive elegance and forbid that too bold effect which is displeasing. The forecast made koiiw months ago by the author of this book has turned out correct in the ton\.\ the shape and \h-� color most desired by gentlemen. The new sack coat, for tho Fall and Winter of 1900 will lmvo neither centre or side vtuts. This has given place to the close waist flowing hip and th; easy iRting .sack. Roth styles aie shown. The newest winter overcoat Is called tho French Cluster held. It is a modification of tho fashions first DeedD Take Our Word for it We are Willing that you Shall be [the J udge : : If "Knights of Raymond ^ Susar is not the Purest, Sweetest J CMP IN LAND VALUES. The High River Times tells an in-t* rest ing story which has been duplicated over and over again In most progressive vestern Canadian towns. During the year 1001 It 11. Ro*wnt-son purchased a section of land from the C.P.R. and about 80 acres from Captain Oakes. Ih.* price paid for thj lund average*! him about $5 per acre. He has had erected a very handsome house and added other Improvements on the farm until now, it may be said, he has the finest (ana in the district. Last summer he was gar j> used FREE: A rouipe for making New England Toffee. Mention your grocer's name awl Drpt 113, and write KnightYSugar Raymond AJbcrii. Then, too, Knight's of Ravmoml is sweeter, purer nml cheaper than any oilier ; sugar {offered you. You need not take our word for it.............. AND Knight's of Raymond Sugar. If your grocer does not carry it, write for for trial sack. 000 worth of town lots during nasi summer. tho Time Like the Present Hugh Scott wrote advising that sidewalk construction be commenced earlier wnmn xveiv uj�jK>int�vl to negotiate land transactions with the A. U. & I. Co. 11 Made in Lethbridge " Workmen WILL TAKK ACTION Th*1 city solicitor was instruct**! to take proc��odings against Smith nros. nnd Wilson to collect taws due the city Concord Harness Straps Stock Saddles We can guarantee you complete satisfaction. OAS 110IUN0. The following resolution was pass- od: That arrangements Ix* made so that tho ISleetric Light Co. 1h> called upon to fui*nish a silo to erect a dor-rick for well drilling operations thus relieving tha hlockudo of Coutts St. and avoiding nuisanco to tho school, said id to to bo nearer tlvo old hole than th-3 Coutts St. location. Tho city to take over the silo of gas well with other property according to bylaw should Klectric Co, coimply with terms of paid by-law. Tho price of ftHo to the city to b�) the stum* us th3 Klectric Co. pay for it at time lof their purchase. (Winnipeg Free Press.) I). MacCiillicuddy. a well known Ontario journalist, at ono time editor of the Goderich Signal, who is on his way to Calgary to make final arrangements for wtartlng a new (owning paper, to I*? called the Daily j News, registered nt the Hoyai Ale*-fandra yesterday, with his tvo Rons. j When linotype machines and a good deal of the plant have to >*c :  .uih-: ported some 2.000 miles, the -�rgA'i-izing of a now paj>er is no light r- t u*r, but it is expected that ^ *' ^� it ion will commence on February I. T. W. Quayh? of tb-� CHUcn, Ottawa, is to U"* news editor, and Andrew A. Moore of Kingston, is engofced as business manager. A. P. MacOllA -cuddy will Kin the business department nnd Owen K. MacOillicuddy, will take part in tho literary work of the paper, and during tha session of tha Alberta .parliament will represent H in tha gultary. H may bo montiontxl that an articlo trttvn his "The Ilegoi^ration TOO (Medicine Hat Times.) Leth- The Agricultural Society of bridge has decide to ask Mr. Campbell, the famous authority on dry land fanning in the Cniuvi Status to como to thai city to lecture-Why can't Medicine Hat add its of the competition for the$J35 Buggy ends this month. CAB lo to the action or bring frit'iuls to your home. thus lessen tho expense of both, nwl learn things we can never know us well any other way. Belter buy your coul for tho rest of the winter now nnd secure the coupons. Yon mnygot His buggy. (\\KTIX� ALSO DOXK. Wiceand MtAVB IVOKK OF COWIKM' Ra>7nond, Alla.� dan. 18.- -Unio/i Johnson, a rider for the- Knight i'ni-tlo coropan>'# two days ago went o>i'. on horseback after a herd of cattle which got away. Ho ' �How j 1 them for 30 hours without f� rl flro. After that his horse plmvd . .1 t�vt ho kept up tho pursuit fooi His face and wrista wero fro?en Morrison ixon PB0NK 180 NVxt tloor to Sohweitzer*K BAKERY, RhJDPATH STREET. POKM SWITCHJCH KLTOX (CardMou Slur.) pen with the title "The of the Anvericun Democracy, * i appear- ! Croup can positively l>e sto|>ped in of tho ed in the Decomtwr number We s-1 n v i n s te r Ho v ie w. Mr. Mttctiil.lcuddy is an Ontarian from tho county of Huron, which, along with Hruce, has furnished an immense nundier of western Hottlera. His position in Journallttm was recognized by his being elected prcak -dent of tho Ontario Press associat * ion In 1002. 1 I ig*-nothing sicken or distress your child. A swtwt, pleasant, and safe Syrup, call �d Dr. Shoop's Croup Cure, dooa tho work and doe* It quickly. Dr. Shoops Croup Cure i& for Croup aloao, re -member. It does not claim to cure own allmoi.ts. It's Air Croup, � all. Sold by J. D. Hi'gint>oth-Rf� 4t Company. And what is so rar^ as ti ilu> in '�lunuary. 'ih n, if ever come rarer jdaxs, TlKm Fro;>t tries tha earth if j it in? solid and o\vr it icy his cold ear lajs, Whether wo look oi whether we listen, An eye is dimnw^i and nn ear is bitten. Its best to crawl down in >our furs and although the* frost your vision blurs. Th^n |h.vl your ear and listen your l>w**t, For i that Chinook frofce in the vwt." CANADIAN PACIFIC Western Excursions SINGLE FARE Plus $2 for the Round Trip -TO- Vancouver, Victoria, Westminster Nelson, Kosskuul, Knslo, Han don Onuul Fork*, (iiwnwoctl, Midway Kud�rby. Armstrong. Vernon, He. lowjin, Peocbluiicl, Summerliind, and l*i>iitU*toii, B.C. i (SuccosoorB to Homor & Hutchinson) L H. FOWLER & CO. General Blacksmithinu and Horseshoeing-New bugKt�� to order, carriage puint-nll kinds of woodwork in wag- 195.00 ItEWAllD, l.oat - Hay horse, branded Vd ftnoitt^rain) left hip.-J. B. HOW  SON, Medicine Hat. THAT \KW IJCKXSK- Th^ro was some discussion on the desirability of opposing a lic:nse to tho Davies Ilouso. Nearly all the council wore against th* license, hut tho secretary treasurer argued that it was outside their Jurisdiction. Jt al^o urged that tho applicant was an old lim.T who deservod well of tho city. Mr. Oliver thought thoy should end.-avftr to ralso tho cjualily of the hotel uccommodatlou mth-kv than th'i opposite, but as the council was unanimous h.' would nol pres� th' niotion. TAKE NOTICE. During tho year tho �P*ce dovoUd to advertising MTNARD'S UN1-MENT will contain c*pr�wwdons of no uncertain sound from people who speak from personal oxperlenu. a* to the marlts of this twst of Household Ronwdien. JUG HA N C11 SOLD T. II. Moffat, of Cardston. has sold hi*- ranch of 500Q acres. It is understood Utah capitalists are tho j With apologies to a fellow Lowell. mod UIVIHIOX OF MEMBERS Ottawa, dab. 17.-A special com- purcnaiHSAw ^nd with fanners. thoy will settle it Tickets on Snlo February 1, 2 nnd-1,1007, good to return witliiu throo months. For Expert Piano Instruction was MKT HAIU> Jf-L'CK ing. ons. windmills, separators, grain $wltk vor}. fanning mills, cream pJcklorB, bla:�v� 4 l LtTHlUVlDCE, Cranbrook's city council for thit* year is: James Flnlay. Mayor; J.P. Fink. A. McCovan, T. S. Oill. Jos, Jackson, II. liicklnbotbam and Jus. ALUtKT A Hyan, alderman. NOT OUR HCSIXESS. J. R. Clarko wrote from Ontario saying, '1 believe tho railways, as well as, and perhaps more than, tho I,. D. King has been elected prosi-cKnt of the ltaymond Board of trodo. Alex. Oiinn, cx-M.l'. postimtst^r at Kingston. Ont-, ls� dead. Tho muniplpal elections at Fernie I resulted as follows: Mayor. Dr. 8. i Bonn II; Aldermen. J. !> Quail. F. Stork. .1. Mclntyre. W. IV Tuttlo, and J. Oatos. School trust**, .10. Wrlgglcsworth. MINARD'H LINIMENT CLUES D1PT1TIIBRIA. (Cardston Star ) It ts reported that tho Cardston pooplo who left for tha north la*ft yetir wKh thoir cattln have suffero;! Iieuvy losses, partly on account of tho cattle not being accustomed to tlw cold and also on account of tht* fart thai itheir owners tvetv? not thoroughly prepared as to shelter and provender. This will bo bad news for their many friends in this dis - triet. For ar.y disease of the Mn we can rvcomtnend Charolwlsin'a Balvo. It relieves the itching and burning sensation instantly and soon effects a cure. This salve is aleo �i�valuaUo for sore nipples. Sold by All Orug-gists. or senior intitteo oi tile commons, con)5>osed of 'Mclntyre, l^xke, Tuniff, McCamoyan I jMcCiyihy (Cui|rary) was appointed by J|U ||rtjBt fr()m j;ew york Cjty jltxluy to d.�