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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE HERALD PtUmKG LTD. Muafinc Director lack of funds, 'lhe civic grant of one thousand dollars added to the memtMrship fee will'; enable the Board to do the work it should do for the city, No one with a. desire for largerand a greater Lethbridge will offer one word of objection to the grant. The city the publicity, needs it, and must have be poured' forth for charitable purposes. Presperity is pleasant and to be desired but carries its POINT 0 Hazing is prohibited vinces and states, but wick Hazen seems a] With no many go..._ auu outouiiaings. ror particulars, Nechaco Valley they wffl reach theiH on Sunday, February 23rd. .Sheriff, apply H.A.Y.. Letbbridge 72-0-ft true value of fifty to one hundred! Alexander'N-isbet has <3e-! was forthcoming and the grain could j noi be moved for weeks for lack of! monev. It- must be fresh in FOR THE JOB The name of Hon. Arthur L. Sifton Times are awfully, hard.' in 3Iontrc- stationefT <3e-1. dollars per acre and it would not. be! puties along the walks and entrances! surprising if tbey were, selling at (leading to the jail, to room, j fifty doHars-per acre by this time next f. and also in: the court house itself.! LOST ONE .GREY HOESE, IN THE CITY'S BEST INTERESTS The decision of the publicity com- mittee of the council, with the unoffi- cial consent of the other members of the council to devote three thousand dollars -this year to fPUbliCity curfin Canada with our superior cur-1 Justice. We do not believe a. man j to be-hoped, his party I better fitted for the position could h.; o.T ,ThlS permit bin, to try and jonad in all Canada. If he does! has too long lagged behind and has the. rose." i years old, year. The Grand Trunk Pacific peo-j This. precaution was taken to frus-j Branded" C.A., one- b'ay horse. al. People were --fehere paid last year 6c per lb..for oats'trate any attempt at mob violence, years-old with sear on right fore leg some of them that thev had to club body's memory, the terrible Chief Justice of the Supreme Court the States have just passe through j of Alberta, has been put forward for when they had to resort to "wooden J the position of chairman of the Rail- the real article selling Commission .in succession to and the price be- persons. Yes, MOD- up against financial- 'a premium of a hundred. Certain.-j iate Judge Kiliam. The HeraWholds j for si ly "such a condition could not, both hands in favor of the .Chief !treal is. right u week .ago that all th'ey could afford ;-fn the valley and offer the same this although the authorities do not Took to pay for a single seat at'year. The .Hudson's" Bay people for any real outbreak of this kfnfl. match -was So1 hard: up were j have farmed there for 50 .years have grown fine oats and barley, 80 Tickling or dry coughs will quickly bushels of oats per acre only being j loosen when 'using -Dr. Snoop's Cough a fair yield. Wheat and clover do ex- Cure. And it- is so thoroughly riarm- The terrible calamxtv at Cleveland j j i ilul- fj1-1' tut; tiiciitiiicnisiiip lit; snuum ?J rl njftuul. Position.-am- :-Mr. Prfngle'a financial ideas made commisSion- one the 01 the West because it bave been hdd hnek for a later date, j er. a Chief ha.g. beeii afnUd to money on .u nmcAm. tV.t. :sivvwm beeii afrtiid to money on imblicity. This year presents the opportunity yet afforded of plac- j fect ing the city and district strongly be- fore -the attention of the outside i The remarkable prosperity j compared with the total or compar-1 At present tlie Canadian to as well financiers all over the world. not get the chairmanship he should j emphasizes once more the absolute necessity of perfect, lire drilT, numer- properly arranged, and fire A school shoul'd be so con- wtructcd that when the- fire alarm is abo-ve- knee. reward1 given on return to -Windsor Hotel or to Ed- ward Eava, St-c. 5-J3-22. eeedingly well and all vegetables. Those desiring to make quickly 'from twenty to thirty thousand dol- lars on a small investment in land write at onee to I. B. Snell, Leth- bridge, Alberta, Box 63, as these lands system Justice Sifton, during his career on j hoc nas I professional alike, with his ab- I spimded it can be in thirty A CITY It is WITHOUT POVERTY j solute his .'sound common sense. honesty and His insight or forty seconds. opeu towards the will the same charging. increased- to less, that Dr; Shoop- tells mothers to, use.nothing else, even for very young babies. The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lung healing mountainous shrub gives the curative properties to Dr. ShoopV Cough Cure. It calms the cough and' heals tne sen- i FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR GOOD red stone trimmed, steam heated building; of-20'flats netting you. cannot find a better investment. JOHN T. P. POWER 408 Globe Paul, Minnesota- othf.r companies are sitiye bronchial membrane.. 2fo opium'j or chloroform, nothing harsh used toj All doors should outside- entrances The payments will be per acre, year and balance in 9 equal an- installments. A deposit of injure or supress. Demand" Shoop's. Take no- other. At. All Dealers FOR SALE OR TRADE NEW SIX-ROOMED HOUSE, good Dr. j location. Small payment down, bal- j ance easy. Apply Gso. Peacock, Leth- i bridge. 13-0 a source of congratulation, to Htive failure of crops and industry in {the city of Lethbridge to know "that much talked of districts, the fact I winter has practically .passed, that an America and Europe into all questions is marvellous. As i ancj numerous large escapes ofjP61" acre icust accompany each ap-) chairman of the Coal ..Commission j the ]yest anfl simpigst design should plication. We do not expect to keep last year, he .displayed a knowledge be placed at tbe third' storeys or jthis opportunity open only a very aroland die citv has not found it neces- C0a' that WM If need M and ar- looki.g vo the. Canadian xrcst search- i to spend a dollar for charitable a close ?f Mr' as a .chitectural design must be sacrificed in on the ground floor Ifo'" cases of destitution JSe proves that hc never SIts on ensure snfety. the -following copy the short time as we will only let a few Read ESTABLISHED ing out i ho best portion, and the j purposes. holding of the Dominion fair, which have been re-ported to the police nor attract people from far and near have they found any. The city paid at our door, ajll form a combin- for lhe keep of one person who ar- 'r-tion of that present j rived in the city ill but that is all. The city has no poverty. A city without poverty, arid dis- tress this winter is something to be noticed in either America or Europe this year. From every city came har- rowing details of .suffering and want, of suicide and death from cold-, and starvation, of generous donations by an opportunely of publicity hitherto unexcelled Such a chanco must not be- missed. Thf expenditure of .two thousand dollars in .-making a creditable exhi- bit of th-p variouj, resources of the city and district will be most profitable invcwtsncat. 'It will i-csult speedily in bringing to us case until hc .familiarizes himself with all the conditions surrounding it. A man with that characteristic is wanted as Judge Killam's puccess- j or. The man with the judicial mind is not the greatest necessity. It is the man who is clear headed enough to acquaint himself with the "position of the people towards the and Lhe railroads toward the people, so as to both the people and the corporation fairly and prevent ver Daily Province, Feb. 19, and then 3908, I. B, SNELL Lethbridge needs houses. Today there are fifty people at least, looking! for houses' in this city. a vacant house in the What' is 'the use of boosting "Leth-j bridge and attracting people here- if I NECHACO VALLEY DRAWS There is not! P. city Ihnita.) 0. Box 63, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. can't them homes to live in. What we ought, to do andj what we really must see is done! is form a company and erect fifty or) ,r 'v !oncroachment th corporate power more' houses this year- Unless this j pubhc ..bodlfcs and. Prmitc. done we are.goinK to. lose a lot ofl MANY AMERICAN SETTLERS Twenty-Two Thousand Acres Have Been Sold in the Middle States for the land and capital for I Distressing are the records of the, our industries. The opportxmities af- j poverty and suffering; cheering are le ie us iC forded bV" Lethbridffe now are accounts of effortas to fulfil the to be known to be embraced. There t dutte 'of brotherhood. fore let them be known. Onlv sc? or have inti' AVith a capable committee -to gatii- mate knowledge of the distress real- fits into "that niche As judge hfs has been'a striking success and as a railway commission- er, wo have faith that he would people, who, otherwise would settle i in this' city. GERMAN LUTHERAN COLONY er the exhibits and make the. display at Calgury, a good supply of fnlcreating- literature, a jjood man or txvo to show and talk Tjethbridge at the Fair, the city can do more to make itself known than in. any other way with similar ex- pense. The Board of of Tendering assistance.! ever had in.-fthat.capacity.' That is why in prosperous places like! Lethbridge little sympathy seems toj An eastern paper in sizing up Che new members of the Manitoba Legis- lature, picks upon Thos. H. Johnson, be shown for those in distress in other places. Luxuries in pleasure, and entertainment, abound with ,ip- parejitly no thought or those who- have not even the necessities of life. Trade has I Whereas if evident gwitly hampered m its work in tnft city, doubtless thesamomoney'tion loader. a. native of member for West Winnipeg as the best debater ,oh ,the Opposition side and says that he Is already spoken of as .Opposi- Minard's liniment Co., Limited. daughter, 13 years old. was thrown from n. sleigh mjured'; her elbow so badly it remain- ed stifT and painful for three years.- -Four bottles of MINARD'S LINIMENT completely cured her and has not been troubled for two yea re. Yours-truly, s J. B. Livecsquc. Big Trek in Northern Cariboo Begin tiriy in May Will Nechaco Valley in the Gariboo dis- trict, which will be traversed by the Grand Trunk -Pacific railway, will be the objective this spring of hundred! of settlers from the middle states. Twenty-tWo thousand acres of land there have Iready been disposed of. Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-tip Reserve and Undivided Profits.....'...'......' 4-, 2 6 BOARD OF DIREICTORS Sir B. Montagu Allan President Jonathan Hodgson, Esq. Vice-President C. R. Hosmer, Esq., Thos. Long, Esq., C. F. Smith, Esq., A. Allan, Esq., C. M. Hays, Esq., Esq. ..Orr Lewis, .7" E. F. -Hebdon V------...'. .General Manager The Bank has 119 branches and agencies distributed' SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS invited, and special atten- tion is paid, to small deposits. Interest .at'3. per cent, per annum, compounded four times a year. Drafts, Money Orders and Letters of Credit, payable in any part of the world, at current rates fiETHBRIDGE BKAKCH- B. W. McMULLEN. Manager St. Joseph, P. 0., 18th Aug.f 1900. Of this quantity eight thousand ;