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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta S'MPSON 8UCHA-NAN Publishers F E. SIMPSON W. A. BUCHANAN SUBSCRIPTION: n Advance fl.SO a year O'.Uerwise a year effort to reorganize the band. Leth- bridge should have a real good one. If the Conservatives do not add to their strength in Alberta any more rapidly than in Scotia, they will be a long time 'gaining power Prior to the provincial elections last week, Nova Scotia Conserva- tives hail two in the has honored childhood. He nwkes almost every picture a failure un- less there be a child either playing on the floor, or looking through the window or sitting on the lap, gazing into the face of the mother. What absurd little things peo- ple quarrel about.' What .trivial matters cause ill-feeling in fami- Per Month ADVERTISING: fl.OO Per Inch A FLOUR MILL lies. The mutton Legislature. Now they have or in a house of 38. It will take them at that rate of progress, till dooms- day to get a majority. At last we are to have a Hour mill. A definite proposition was laid before the city council and ac- cepted. A bylaw will now be sub- mitted. to the ratepayers and that it will be unanimously endorsed is certain beyond a doubt, The need of a rlour mill here has! .been apparent for. some time and now that we have an opportunity! of getting one of large capacity, we j ghould do our utmost to aid in its] development and success.; i The Board of Trade deserves the credit for securing the mill and if one member, more than another, deserves special mention for ener- gy displayed in this direction it is E. A. Cunningham. He worked We are to have a Hour mill. That's the best news this week. The Anglican Synod showed iisi sense by deciding heir next meeting here. never regret that decision. being roasted E too much; au opinion about the of the houso, the style of curtain that oughs to be bought for the front windows; the defin ition of a word, its pronunciation are things that might be argued pleasantly about, but surely are hot topics worth a OR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON v LETHBRIDGE For what some others do your work for The woild is to have eight vron- ders, the new one being the high level bridge at Lethbridge. We'rt feutiu to be a famous place. The government slould put a bounty of at least--fifty cents coyotes. They are a nuisance and the sooner they become extinct the better for Alberta. and a and thousand years will not stop the echo and the re-echo. Do not say, "It is only a child." Bather say, is only an It is onjy a masterpiece of Jehovah. i which makes it an entertaining as j years j well as a valuable possession. Each i couch and footstool is an achiye- j ment, each nig and curtain repre-' sents a triumph. Huch a home built up gradually, with careful planning in each part, with thought If all the cropjs are as heavy as the mushrooms this year, this dis- trict will be mighty prosperous. Bob Edward's on the nnreery men who bamboozled the public with their sales of trees this is warmly commended by Lethbridge people who got'nipped.' Help along the commendable It is only a being'that shall out-! and loving consideration in all live sun and moon anil stars acquires a meaning far ages quadnillennial. God has in-' deeper than could be purchased by finite resources and He can give j the longest purse from the most presents of great value, but when fashionable cabinet maker. He wants to give the richest pos-1 sible gift to a househld He looks ITHK VEUY BEST REMEDY ron around all the world and all the; universe and then gives a child. The greatest present that God ever gave our world He gave over nine- teen hundred years ago, and he gave it on a Christmas night, and it was of such value that Heaven T t r iimst adjourned for a recess and came sumrvicr Better, which is more im- portant to you, as the life of your Cut Glass Indicates Refinement Tt is a sign of an artistic temperament in those who desire to own it- It' is useful, as sen- sible, serviceable invest- ment. have a tempting array of these goods. Every de- sign is new, and we cau offer our customers some exceptional values. I 1 Many people hesitate buying Cut Gloss, on account of its -supposed dollar for dollar it reveals a richness that is by. few other article of art or utility. Come in and let us show you our display if the least bit interested. R.A.WRIGHT THE JEWELER is lengthened by our pro- cess of laundering them. Neck Comfort Isn.t possible when your collar has TROUBLE. Mr. W. P.. Borrowghs, nn oVd well-known o? t f Ind.. says: "I regard Chamberlain's smooth, round, comfortable edge- Colic, Cholera Diarrhooa, Hom-jno extra charge either. Phone "saw teeth" edges. In our laun-; dry even' collar is ironctl with n Barnes Co- REAL ESTATE ami GENERAL AGENTS Ftor SMtdird Mock edy as the very 'best remedy for bow-i cl trouble. I make this statement! '-5p after having used the remedy in my family for several years. I am nev-: er without itf" Tlvis remedy is al- most to -be needed before the Wagon calls everywhere, j pcst. oifice Box 3 Let xis try a lot For you. j Telephone No. 122 is over. not it down and broke through the clouds now and be prepami for soch an vr 11 r> i i emergency? For sale by all to look at it. lea, m all ages Brandon's population is 0.808, I Four branch postoffices will be established in Calgary. The British Columbia Perman- ent Loan and Savings Co, of Vancouver The foundation of all wealth is SAVING. Three and pne- thinl cents saved each day grows to in seven years. Why your odd BECOME RICH. Installment C) of each will mature in seven years, costing a month till maturity. An opportunity of a life time to conservative investors who desire a Gilt Edged Security. Six per cent, full paid stock of share. This is Class B. Class A, permanent paid nine per cent hist year. A few shares of this stock still for sale 8148 per share. Interest pnyabK- half yearly in January aud July of each year. Loans at 8 per rent on first mortgage on approved property. T. E PATTESQN, AGENT OFFICE-OTT BLOCK ROYAL HOTELf TABER, ALTA. Irvine Lemon, Proprietors 1 Utes and fey FREE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IN _ CONNECTION ;