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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta KptRIDiBE HERALD ffi ffl I Til s IIW Jet Jjr Jn Advance Other wiM yemr a year ADVERTISINO Per Month Per Inch OUR POINT IF VIEW Now how high will roal eRtato go v gas is Cheer Lethbfidge is going to be a big T Lethbridgo Is too good a place to If 3ou do knock you cant do any harm1 Every railroad no matter how small some of them nuty should be investigated If the railroads are proved to ba they should bo severely Railroads today arc causing more deaths than the most virulent dis Saskatchewan is to have a Su preme consisting of a Chief Justice and four There will bev eight district Sherman claims the Alberta government turned the miners Now all the government was to decide not to introduce an eight iiour day law until a commission had investigated Surely the miners are prepared limelight of an as well as the trouble Sherman is that he is a Even if the min ers got all they asked yes and Sherman would not cease to It seems to be a with The Alberta government is prepar ed to do more for labor and the laboring than any other pro vincial government in the In the light of the disas ter in the school board cannot do to provide plen ty of fire protectian and encourage fire drills among the pupils at our v will be back to iti condition The cKe will be over The goblins may catch Roblin iu Manitoba Our proof that Southern Alberta is growing is tho fact that three new werv opened this Many new offices are still but the department seems to be very slow in realizing that A town is to be started mt Wood If It expects to amount to anything it must change its Criticisms may ottered to evan but one thing is certain and that that men like Ranton work It is a big strain on a man to preach every right in the week and three or four times on That was Rantons record while here and wo question whether1 anybody in the city worked as hard in the same period of time Some people say tipping is a form of It is certainly a gam ble if you will what you want in some places unless you give a the Opposition lea der at Edmonton is a picayune type of Last fall he declared the Minister of Public had been very fair the expenditure of public money in the constituency of High which Robertsonre In the Gleichen byeelec tion the Tories tried to influence their candidate by declar ing that a constituency in opposi was better treated than oneire presented by a government support In spite of all this Robert sou is trying to make out now that High River hasnt been given a square His views seem to change with the Lethbridge should take advantage of rthe provisions of the new free lib rary If there is one thing more than another that this city needs it is free Our up the street contemporary is getting very sporty with its five to aro always abautsuceMeful op eration of utilities by municipalities or overnments or into pullic ownership extensively and there will be raised that province will lose heavily in this Just fco prove that public ownership pays handsomely let nic quote the following despatch from Port The population of this town in coiisidorabfy loss than but nevertheless last year it made a net profit of from its elec tric lighting The town al so owns its own telephone plant and is la competition with the Bell but for ail that it cleared during Thov are for business and The cost of was 000 and the plant has already paid for Tho town also operates a municipal rail way system which runs between hoic and tho twin town of Fort with a population of 11 During 1906 the revenue from freight and advertis ing amounted to 31 and tho total expenditure amounted to less than The fares on the line are 5 cents for single fares with six tickets 25 workmen eight tickets for 25 and children ten for 25 This town is held as an example to others v in Canadian northwest and with such a record a monopoly has but a poor chance of obtaining a fraJi in the last The how i cmd The News has berated the Alberta time again about its failure to treat Lethbridge Now when a penitentiary is to be located here it gets cross and begins to just it cannot get The Herald is a machine Oh justras mucH as another paper we know is independent It is always a delight of the porations to tell of the failure of public ownership but they In referring to the1 constant at tacks on the jof the square on the head when he said I have no sympathy with this constant carping criticism of an inbflensive people who are mind ing their oun business and my advice to outsiders is to do the The appointment of Rob to the secretary treasurer of this city is one that will be heartily approved of by citizens in Robinson is an old of the and hav ing been alderman for several including theTpast fifteen is eminently qualified to on the business pertaining to the His and experience no one can and the city is to be congratulated on securing so ef ficient a civic I our Tidings know uncompromisingly our beloved now suinud fought tho habit Her secretary was re to write tobaccousing statesmen that documents sent her low iiee from the taint of the poisonous Addod to this the most distinguished guests were for bidden to smoke in anj palace dur ing the Queens residence in Iri would not tolerate smokers about Other royal Indies have followed ff example bravely set by Victoria the CIGAKETITE USERS NOT TRUST The cigarette users unreliability is no longer in It is every where admitted and in this awaken ing see a prophesy of the cigar ettes WO Ji OTIIIYG B U T VVhen a woman knows her husband like n it is usually his pocket The formation of a childs char p beer helped Mnd those two girls reeling down Hhedark ctreot ttod alone what If liquor Is worth it trouble to come at a man will undergo to itis uot good that we should lot it lie before tho eycs of and I have been a fool hi writing to the by NO CARS ON SUNDAY Miacrt Tkuik that it tfe Daly Wmy to wU first div ision of tho ness ton occurred in the house today on tho motion ol the leader of the Opposition to atrike out section 214 of therailway act which provides that no corporation or municipality shall operate street railways oh The vote stood 16 to Uosenroll voting with tho Opposition and speaking against the Tho attorney general smid that the regulation of the railvay traf fic might have been incorporated in the Dominion Railway act but that the Dominion had wisely left this to the provinces so that they might suit The legislation now pro actor jVa grentcr work than the re1 posed was inline with the Dominion formation of many j actapplicable to the steam railways kMany men think that because was of a piece with Lords wives never hadany experience in Day Act which went into effect on that it would be foolish i liein to talk business matters with no matterhow ra wuuiu prawrvc much experience you may have j the sanctity of the Lotds Day and no iaatter woat a great brain you would their own moral Oushing thought that if this March To this Robertson said the people themselves would that were true there would be little use may have no matter what a you may you need the swiftness tnsd the accuracy of legislatures or laws against mis to keep you from making alliance and j WheVeupon Don Heibert grew pro phetie and said that we had come to the time when the people had thclaws within their I do not think he the religious point of view should come in at Robertson termed the whole thing legislation ask from foolish things London Free KIFKLNT A Kudyard Kipling says inhis AmerJ ican Notes what hesaw a Concert Hull in Who will be chosen to succeed Al derman Let him the best can The Herald would the suggestion that the retiring secretary be asked accept the if wouldmean Two young men got two girls intoxicated and then led them reeling down a dark and Kip who had not been a totalab writes Then recanting previous become a Pro lietteirMt is that a maii should go beer inpublic content with swearing at thfi narrowmindednesa of the majority better it is to pois on inside with very vile perance and buy larger furtivelyat back than to bring femptation the lips of young fofyls such ns four I had J understand how why the preachers rageagainst ririnkV I have said There is no harm in taken moderately and yet my own ed that the clause be dropped on the that it be loftto the C Rosenroll called it legislation uith a vengeanceinspired by oldtinw Puritantsts that had never been a Lcnclit to the Simmons argued that the purpose of the bill was to get for the work ing men one day of restl The motion was put as The legislature spent the whole of Lhc1 evening on the same actin com mittee of the whole but did notcom plete No radical changes fromtho original text of thVbiirare foreehad Just at the closing hour tonight GOSjSJP ON THE SIDE The other ovoning one of our lead ing cUizeng attended Evangelist Uantoug Some after tho was over ho determined to go to see the preacher and upon inquiry found that ho was at the home of one of our citizens most intimate into whose home he was accustomed to enter with out He walked inand was surprised to the floor litter ed with babys as he knew i ziond had no It was only when ho saw a woman enter the room with in her arms that he realized his Thirty cents was too much to oiler to buy our He felt For ap laughter and we have seldom heard anything to equal the addressgiven at the Methodistchurch byEvangelist last Sunday The Hochclaga School disaster in Montreal brings forcibly to our the dangers of poorly built schools and other public Fire drills are not sufficient to save pup ils in Fire escapes shoold he provided at several v points in the building careful proper use of IT At his request one of our city officials had alarm in his residence one day And it At sharp jwjven r oclock the test ring was Quick to up jumped the official from a dainty nearly overturned the table in his haste to the work of After runninghalf way up tho it dawned upoo himand he looked around to soe if anyone saw But What would the people of thinkof weather Bfuch as we are haying Could they imag ine themselves sitting in church in or the first Sunday of withcoats doors and windows and the furnaces shut ofl The strain on their imagination woold be too But we Just the and all the week has been just Let come out to see weather that writ ing home A GAJILOAJ OP AUTOMOBILKJ SOLD IN The TJioman Jeflery of famous Pjimbler aul have recently appointed entcrpriklng Soul urd as their sole agent for the Proi iuM 01 They are the gcst of touring in and an they have equalled manufaeti ring are in a position to ortw the on During last week Southard plctod thesale of ascarioad ol biers to which w shipped the and is now for wwkc up a ietoud the names of thoae w have purchased kambiers agent real Both thcuo gentlemen have purchased r highpowered touring coral and will in conaectionwith their real estate business hercf com LAVERGNK The irrepressible i Armand Lav ergne recently That it lu the interest and forlthe well being of the and in accord with the spirit of tho confederation a grwment of that the French which in virtue of the con stitution beplaced on V footing of equality with the English language in all public in thecoinage of and administration of postal Hismotion gotjan accommodating six monthsv Minards Liniment1 My t3 was thrown from a sleigh and injured L her elbow so badly it re ma ined stiff and very painf ul for bottles of completely eurad her and she has not been troubled for two Cushirig laid the report ofthe public works department on the r January this year immigration into Canada has been by ocean portt and from the United a total of83034 as against for the period last Yours 18th r CANADA Canadians had hopes not verj the nephew of would bring back to its proper resting place the emblem of the vorlds sculling George the Australian proved too much for our hopes were dashed to the The wedding took place in don on at the residence the brides of Gordon Sin clair ton of Capt j of the and Miss Mabel until matron of the Brandon DO l V vac T If list it with me for a few days at the right and 1 will get you a Try it once and f j Temporary in Lethbridge Saddlery Store 3 doors South of Lcthbridge Hotel IIWIIIIIIVI HMMMMM ;