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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta The e 4s Apw prepared to the needs of the District of Southern Alberta. If you nacd Commercial er Office 'r -r Stationery'; if you are con- templating holding a Concert. Ball, or other form of enter- -ment; if you want badges for Baseball Lacrosse etc.; iafact, if you want any kind 'of Printing done and done in ficat-class, your1 orders to the Herald Job Department. All orders from the district will be exe- cuted promptly and where possible, following receipt of orders MR. STOREY'S SIDE Ho Was Not lo Blame for Episodt To thc Editor of. the your kindly through j the medium of your valuable paper j me to enlighten people of Leth- bridge regarding thc raised cheque episo'de up to the present? I was qiiite satisfied to bo oJit of the police forcf as I was thoroughly dis- gusted with the' rotten and uriiair methods of Parry. The coun- cil has to pay mf' my wages. How can you' account for that- if I was to blame? real truth has iiot h'.en made public so I hope that .in iairnehfc to me that you will pab- lish this letter. A boy came to the po- Halifax, Mc- Kicl, North 'Sydney hockey player, has been sentenced to three months in jail for assault on Willialh Parsons I u- Glace Bay player. G. J. BURY IN THE CITY General Manager of Lints of the C.' P. R- (From Daily.) G. J. Bury, .western general man- ager of the Canadian Pacific Railway and party, including Genral Supt. A. Price, of Calgary, Divisional En- pinec-r N. E. Brooks, of Calgary and Grant the head of the Western mechanical department, were in the cltv this morning for a short time. ibll U11S leitet. A wy tame w i'" ij ir :k-e station and asked me Approached by Mr. Bury we of others-if this cheque was j said .that he wu merely looking over I replied, "1 don't think so." j the road to wasj Iiv.as not told that-someone was try- World of Labor Contributed by Labor Man U i Royal At a recent meeting of the_'Trados atid Labor following com munication waa read from the.Board of'.Home'Missions; of the Presb'yterian of the United States .o.f. Am- it. Had he done so I have taken action at once Parry was. busy counting bal-j branch lines from 'ota when he was wanted by the I would be bullt m Bentley Co and much valuable time lost in hunting him up, when iti was .known 'that-a man was-; trying to pass the In the meantime 11 did all I could to locate the man. getting good He could not give any information as to when the Lethbridge reply to question "to whether the road to Macleod would be com- pleted at the same time as the bridge Mr Bury stated that it was the company's intention to complete both "Dear Sir and Bro. The number oi men who are rep re- senting Ministers' Associations or fraternal delegates in Central Labor bodies has become so numerous that I have lost track of a good many of of the 'denominations have such, represen- will you5 kindly send me their names and addresses, using the enclosed self-addressed envelope I shall greatly appreciate the favor. With best wishes for your' success, I am, Fraternally yours, 1 Charles cud an i couia 10 iocaw uie IUO.LI. i Chief Parry before I did that once but he comd not when a man was trying to pass a raised That would be any more than hat eheouc and had the same work would be push.cl a, ILO locate him but failed, to do so as possible.______________ V- failed to get this man in j Association for the notified the Mounted Police or sent} j'..ay, always send them. jiuan was simply allowed to go and fiom that day to thia Chief Parry- has ncvT to .locate tTie man oc has hu evr asked the Mounted Po- lice to do t.o which, was clearly hi Stick ;r 'i 5. There arc times wKe'ri a man must shave in hurry; and that's when our hew shaving-stick will- be doubly appreciated. Simply BY ELtC- i THE GALT AND MAPLE LEAF PROPOSITION TRIC LIGHT CO. CITY The propositions placed before the City Council by the Electric Light Company are practically as follows: The company will agree to grant to the city the -use of the present well, ioi and will agree to sell to the city its plant at an TEAMS DECIDE TO AMAL- GAMATE Province -is Much Needed Supt. Presbyterian Dept. of Church and I-ab'or. :Vs I unaware of any representati from any minister's as- sociation o-cupyJng a seat in