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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHSRJDQE, ALSEftTA, MONDAY, MARCH I, IIM, Daily Herald his visit to Lethbridge is J. McLean, un authority on railways and until his appointment to the commission a professor in Toronto university. Printed bjf Dmily Herald Printing Ltd., every lawful evening at office. Bound St., Lethbridge. Alberta, Canada.. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing rtctor and Editor Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered ......H.OO j Daily, six months, delivered 3.00 j Daily, three months, delivered 1.00 Daily, one month, delivered .._ .35 Daily, one year, by mail 3.00 Daily, sis months, by mail Daily, three months, by mail.. .85 Weekly Herald, one year 1.50 Addresses changed as often as de- sired, but both new and. old address must be given. OUR POINT OF VIEW Ht'lp Buchanan boost Lethbridge. Rutherford, Rivers and-Railways. If the electors judge the Govern. int'iit anil the Opposition by their records the vote, will-be a unanimous ivt lira of-thf Government. COMES ON QUIETLY. ANNOUNCEMENT its no othetorgnns work harder than to preserve general health of tht batty m people Arc troubled of Kidney Complaint, but do uot it. It may luvobecn in sysUm foe timo. There nuy boon backachos, swelling of the feat and ankles, disturbances of the urinary organs, men as brick dust dopusib in tho, urine, colorod .scanty or cloudy'. urine, bladder pains, frequent or supnwsed urina- tion, burning when urinating, etc. Do nob nejUrcb any of thaws symptoms, mpt 4. I for, if neglected they "will eventually lead .to i he Q Dropsy and Diabetes. W. A. Buchanan will be associat_ ed with the editorial -work of the Her- ald; which will- be conducted by other members of the staff. CO-OPERATE WITH COUNCIL Now that the City Council seems toi have got earnest over the matter of the beautifying of the city, espe- cially by seeding the boule- vards and planting more trees, it- is time for the private citizens to get Oie Opposition journal asks readers to forget the past and Government's and look at the o'athd first sign of auyth ug platforms of the parties. That would Kidney Pills should bo taken. T.hev-go to _, seat of trouble, strengthen Mia kidneys suit-the Opposition fine but the elect- telp them to filtar the blood properly ors judge promises for the future by j flush off all the imparities which cause the deed's of the past. kidney troubk. Albertha B. Clarke, Stony Greek, Oni., writes: I troubled with kidney trouble for several years; my back .weak, I- had such terrible headaches, and was: so restless I could not sleep at-night ana-tried everything without any benefit. Meantime a friend advised me to try Doan's Dr. Brett, who runs a hotel with During the election campaign Mr. j bar-room attachment at Banff, is an- as the Conservative leader. The Conservative convention'at Red____ decided on a .plebiscite on pro-j Kidnev Pills, so I got four boxes and they hibition and if the people said so J completoly cured Ino.v foel as well 11 L-T-'i. W M I ever did and would advise-everyone then give them prohibition. Ha! Kkln9y to t Ha! Ha-! It i? to for all Reriew. j dealers oc .The T. -Milbarn (X., Limited, The action of the Govenmieut'in ordering the polling booths in the cities to.be kept open from "eight o'- clock in the morning xmtil six o'clock iii the is one that will. corn- P.-Milbam TorontOj.Ont. Whea ordering specif j boosting Lethbridge and. Southern.AL berta. The-edition was one: of ,the largest ever published in Alberta and was a credit to "Mr. Buchanan and his OUR COFFEES AT I 25c, 35c, 45c and 55c ex- Are blended by- peril and fresh roast- ed. Try a sample lb. the Bentley Go. Ltd.; inii together and' onranize for the same mend it to the wwkinsrman who able assistants. That a-nar- 11 ws A I rt n.n f 1 purpose. The Herald once more would alwiys had a just the. advocate the formation of a horticul-: of his. franchise, caused him tural society. Tliis society's work an unnecessary sacrifice of time. .would be chiefly, of course, in pro- j Had the .GovJrmnenj-- harbored any moting the improvement. of private j desire to shut off the labor vote it lawns and gardens but there is no! would. have had po'il-> open at reason why its work should stop j nine aad at five as usual. The there. be safely taken for granted that the city parks committee wpeld be only too glad to have an Government, however, is. confident that the workingmen ofthe province appreciate the'.efforts put forth by deal. advisory committee from the society [the Government to give 'them a square to co-operate with them. In prairie towns and cities that.na- turally are devoid of any pretehtions Lethbridge Presbyterians are to "be to natural beaiity; it is very-import-! congratulated on the completion of] ant, .-'from a business standpoint as [their 'fine new church. The edifice is a distinct addition to. 'the city and it is safe-to. say, one of the iuosi sub- row parochial idea was not followed 'was abundantly evidenced by the space given towns. Claresholm being given: a page- oi well-written, readable descriptive matter. Claresholm -district people should hold the Herald in tangible kindly remembrance as a consequence. The letter press was excellent and the il-j illustrations modern arid interesting.! Review extends its big brother. 'hearty congratulations and-expresses the hope not only. did the spe- cial issue .bring financial: .returns that iii-.the .business of .the iuture the people 01 Southern Alber- ta: will .give the- ilerald generous con- Review. as an aesthetic, staiidpoint that the work oi beautifying the place should be taken up with zeal and energy. Once before the Herald took the liberty of naming some gentlemen as a sort of provisional% committee to set the matter .on the move. It would ROW most respectfully, and earnestlv mrge ..these .and .other gentlemen to get "together and. organize for the pur- ;pose.-of, Helping on the movement to make Lethbridge a city in Alberta.- The church The people of Lethbridge are to be congratulated in having among their stantial Wldinss of The character I citizens such a man as W. A. Buchan an. Mr. Buchanan has" just gotten out a special publicity number of the Lethbridge Herald, covering 64 pages The edition is splendidly illustrated and is a world of information on Sun- ny Souihem Alberta. -KVis saie to say that- never, in a town the size .of Leihbridge wao so .ambitious a news- paper production; ever produced; Ad, vancv Her- ald: has eve -the religious an active life of this factor ia city ever since Ltjth bridge came .Into exis'ence :and it i's. rather remarkable. that, dur- ing the twenty or of its service here, ..the congregation has worshipped trader only two pastors. A HUMANE GOVERNMENT -While dealing with such large mat-1 ters as steel bridges and purchasing telephone systems, the Alberta Gov- Lethbridce can't afford turn I j down the candidate of a Government j The" Lethbridge Daily, Herald has railway policy that will build j Issued a handsome iiiustrat_5 Southern Alberta. ernment has not. "been unmindful of some of the smaller matters which, however, mean much for the welfare of the community. Not the least of Build up Lethbridge. aixl Alberta by support in; policy. care of juvenile criminals and of de- pendent children. Legislation has been passed- providing for an indus- irial school wEere youthful crimitials iind incorrigibles win be cared for with, an aim toward their reiormaiion, An officer known as the Superintend-