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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta H; SKEITH Net) INSURANCE e THt ttACE ,TO STAY VlMMp k tti MUM KB 4 o The Newest Range oil the Market 4 A-short lime ago I be Mc- Claiy Manufacturing Co. of London deckled to muke "a special stove forihe west aaci oll'ered subsiautial prices for a suitable name to give the stove. A lady in Kegina won 'first prize by hur sugges- tioii' in taking a syllable from'the name of the two great provinces, and the stove was called the This stove is without doubt the ihiest and most con- "venieut range on tlie mar- ket today. It embodies features contained ia no other range ia I he'world. It has a double duplex grate. It has a broiling top the top lifts a few inches from the front to permit broiling and toasting. ]t a double draft, ensuring equal burning surface on the grate. It .has a thermometer on thi1 oven. These are a few of the: good points of this grand stove. You are cordially invited to visit our store. Our Little Liver Pills Make friends with your liver without making an-enemy of your Per Box J. D. Higintothain Co. Ltd. Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone Resident Night Clerk The Store of Quality Fresh Today Due to arrive SATURDAY FRESH LETTUCE FRESH RHUBARB FRESH TOMATOES FRESH SWEET POTATOES 4 4 '4 j 4 4 A. 4 4' The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodie Stafford and Hick Wakely PHONE: G !2 '4 .4- 4 4 .4 4 FOR Office Supplies SO TO E03X STORE 1st Door West of, Union Bank Phone 251 CITY Call at McK'evie MeC! Hire's for a shamrock. H. F. Ammbto of Tabor, was in j the city last night. F. D. Shaw and Mrs. Shaw went to Cardstdn this morning. Thos. Lea.sk, of Cranhrook, B. C., is Jii the city today. A. L. Foster, has returned from Halbrite, Saskatchewan. Never too late to mend. See F. erman. Major Irwm went io Card- ston on the local this morning. See Johnston's elegant line of skirts and mantles just opened. Strathcona has decided to use the government system of telephones. Mr. and Mrs. George Hill of Prince 'Albert, Sask., arrived in tha city last night. shamrocks given away to- night, and Monday. Call and get one at McKelvie McGuire's. F. E. Mason and J. R. Milligau went to Stirling and Warner respec- tively this morning. J. T. McKiuuey. the well-known i land man has taken an office with Jill. J. TI. Skeith. room 1, Whitney Block. Shoes soled and heeled in 30 utes at F. German's. Miss Gladys Sprague of Medicine ABOUT DAD'S COUNCIL By tW Majrir's SM THE WEATHER Edmonton, cloudy 0 Lethbridgc, fair 49 Ijatlleford, cloudy 0 Uegiiin, cloudy...... 1-1 Winnipeg, clear............ 2 Calgary, cloudy 28 Medicine Hat, clear Swift Current, cloudy 14 -1 Minnedosa, cloudy 2 -8 Fort. Arthur, cloudy 22 0 Bulletin From Central Oflice Quite cold weather has continued Dad's Couiicil isn't going to give, the, people any chance to josh them about he streets at the end of the 'present touncil At least, they won't t they can help it. When the Coun- cil meeUrnext Monday, Aid. Macbeth; the works and property committee wiii bring in u repvii thtit vill make the ratepayers sit up and think, thei hitherto kickers shut up and think: The ..'streets of the city are hra de- plorable'condition but it takes mon- and ,R- whole lot .of it, to pat them into condition: Dad has got a notion to grade :evQi-y street to the standard grade in thii whole centre of the city from" Sn'utjn'St. to Westminster Road and Baroness 'Road to Court- land St. _WUh a little figuring on my Cliff, I estimate that a chore like that will; cost forty thousand dollars, half of which the city pays and 'half is paid by the' property-owners on the various streets. .Then when the grading is done .the 'streets are only nicely started. The top dressing of asphalt, cement; broken stone or' gravel has to be put-on- to make a street of it. And this is more expensive than pil- ing the to the stand- ard grade. And then the sidewalks. 2 People haying been getting after past councils for their solitary crossings and theVsidewalks with no way to get on or of! them. They swear every time theyrstub their Iocs on a protrud ing spike or rip a sole on a plank sticking up half an inch higher than AKD Gymnasium Exhibition Defer Anjiett rf Ae YOUNG HEN'S ODI h WESLEY CHURCH OX THUR.MAR. 19 by F. A. fold a4 Library ky LOCAL TALENT if GyMisiu MAXWELL'S CLASS aad 25c Here's towj ii torj fiir of Skies ic Sell t Our sort of are superior in everything, that goes 16 make good People who know and who. have been around tell us that they always save money by buying tlu-ir shoes hfcre. This wo stand ready to prove at any tine F COW A CO. Uthbridge RAILROAD EMPLOYEES I liave 6 lots in the new A. R. I. Addition, north of the lake, about ten minutes'walk from station, each. Terms ALBERT IVES Ion I (River link ID I i Y. i i 3> CtioicB- iHiDBrteil Cigars l A full line of B.B.B. Pipes AH kinds of Tobaccos u all districts of the prairie prq.- imrcs except Southern Alberta. In northern parts of Alberta and Sus- atchewan and throughout the great- such duties is are required, of on alderman in a city the size of Leth- bridge or Medicine Hat without being paid for it will not, as a rule be above taking more than JiU pay if gets the chance. its neighbor, and the language used when a "nian steps of! the end of a plank which fiys" up causing his com- panions "to turn a somersalt is such part of Manitoba, tempcnUnres' as to cause even Kalph Connor to use in describing. Dad's'Council is determined by the iave boon very low from 6 degrees >elow zero 'to -0 below. Some-snow alls have occurred. iuucd. cold alls. with light local snow W. C Simmons, M-P.P., returnetl rom Calgary yestcrdajr afternoon. Herald advertisements do their ivork quickly. A man advertised for n position in yesterday's Herald and j in half an hour after the paper was 1 there was an answer is spending a few days this week, with her friend Miss Harrison at the parsonage. Mrs. A Hood and child, who hav beer, here visiting her parents for th post week, returns to her home a ELillcrcst tonight. A; of Wctaskiwin, was in tha city yesterday on a business trip and incidentally looking up some old time eastern friends. Aid. A. Moodie, of Calgary. Presi- dent of the Western Racing Associa- tion Ia in the city arranging dates on the street, mthe' oflice. Our Colemau correspondent writes: Mr. G. Fraser and daughter Mar- jorie spent "a few days in Ix'thbridge this week. Mr. Fraser is soon to become a citizen of that town and will movL- his family there in the spring, he having accepted an :im- grace people to have a holy consideration .for the morals of the Profanity is' too prevalent. So it proposes to put permanent side- walks on all ,the busy streets of the city which .will include bounded by. Boinpas, Cutbill ami Ford ;Sts.--, The total cost is a big sum- to" figure. but it- will run up otie hundred thousand dollars. think of .that. All that money for streets .and sidewalks. The peo- ple want .them, they have been kick- ing because they didn't get them, so Pad's Council proposes to give them what they.'.'want if they can find the SPOKANE PLAN SHOULD BE FOLLOWED HERE (Continued from Front Page) cleaning day campaign in the spring of 1900, when men en demoted a day to making Spokane spick and span. Ha also organizes several thousand school children who planted packets of fio and sowed grass seed in plots of ground in various parts of th city. "Mr. Lilienthal master of trans- portation had at his disposal several hundred horses and wagons, furnish- ed by business houses "and residents, and when Spokane awakened the fol- lowing morning, the streets, drives, and walks appeared as bright and clean as new pins. "Spokane's cleaning day 'campaign is the most 'successful move- ments ever carried out in slid Mayor Moore, who was chair- man of the City Beautiful committee PHONI cost "like the mischief but" worth' having is Money for You Just a few left of NorthWardLots close to tlie scbool Each Oue-tl.iul cash, balance 3 and 5 months R. V. Gibbons Ott Block Prescriptions .COMPOUNDED Promptly and; Accurately At the NEW Drugstore I PHONE 272 FREE DELIVEHY Anywhere, any time worth' portant position with the "Koyal Col-, Th'e Council is going Co: who have works near that j to itself, for" doing the city's busi- town. ami visitors ''always "re- ceive a welcome at the services in the Baptist Church; Rev. William will preach at both servjces "to- morroxv. drances to IMorning Prayer." subject: "Hin- sub- ness. The mayor of that city has al- ways been very, careful to let the peo- ple know that lie never takes any of the city's money to pay his expenses when he goes as delegate to this or that .convention and; that he serves the- city purely; for the love of the dear people (although some" thought j in 1907, "aiid: as a. result 1 have re- ceived letters .1 mayors hi hund- reds of towns and cities' iii various parts of the United Stales and Can- ada, asking for detailed plans. These? were tried, out in "numerous-instances and places late'last spring, and are reasons .to iKilieve that the day is not far distant when more of the cities on this continent 'will -devote one day a year to this work. "The work done last year shows the interest that can be aroused in: this kind of civic improvement "in a. few weeks. It is estimated that near ly persons took-part in the campaign, airl in addition to raking lawns nrunimr "trees, clearing alleys, and vacant lots and repairing fences and walks' in more ;than packets of flower seeds and several hundred pounds- of grass; seeu were .sown. Bonfires .-'were lighted in the- outskirts -.Ai the, city at tha close of the day's work, to consume th debris not destroyed at the .'city's in- cinerating plants. "I may add that- all "the work was 1.1. HP1ET, lOiUiBE voluntary, no-f7 a penny-Ixiing'contri- buted source.1 Our work probably .more effective than it could have been by hiring, the labor. The people-take pride in. haying their home surroundings as beautiful as it is possible to make them. Not only b'ii they enlisted the- services of''visitors-iii the city, thus augmeirt- their- own forces." R.W. Wallace The Smoker's Headquarters E. A. IJubbs, of Picton, ex-warden of Prince F.dward, is dead, aged S'-t. Cdme in England and Wales has decreased 40 per cent, in the last 50 years. "'Young Men Rejoicing in Their for the race ntwl here in -Tune. Youth" All seats free and unappro-! he was get a stand in for There will be an important meet- printed and hymn books provided for j tin- nice to Otatawa.) But generous ing of the retaii clerks, salesmen and au land public-spirited as is the genial sales ladies, in the Labor Temple on m.mir, the .alderman evidently do Monday evening at S prompt. is ULTRA VIRES not it that Dad's colleagues TheChurch of Christ will meet to; Vancouver, March Justice j haven't got any f such notion and if break bread on Sunday at 11 "a. m. j of the Provincial Supreme j lllt-'i' pass any smell vote it will and in the evening for Bible study j Goutr this afternoon declared the Na-' "fxt November, when they will vote in the Union Hall. All made exclusion act ultra vires and re-! h for tne incdmihg council which may come. W. E. H. Carter, of Toronto, who! has been in Lethbridge the past cou- FAIRY TALE seasons buying, marj March ricd in toronto last week to Miss j agej. Jemmott says lhe stOry that the j u' i leased the Hindus arrested linear it, include themselves' if the people lite] Emma Akers. Shoes repairetl while you wait at j notes amounting to maker F. German's. land endorser of which could not bf found is a fairy talc. The subject at Wesley Church to- i the notion. What the aldermen want S is not any more-.money but less mud 1 for their services. -Any public spirit- citizen'Is willing to serve .tlie .city service will be ap- morrow will be D.-op Conviction "The Necessity of to Successful Serv-j Sovereign bank of Canada held two! pn.cialed but; npl one wants to his best and then-get nothing but abuse j and insinuati.qns handed out to him. Honest, intelligent criticism ia the due of any man. in any public posi- tion but the shower, of lemons hurled Papers FOR 1908 ice." The cvnnitig subject "Procras- 1 The Ontario government has in-1 Unction." Sittings free, creased the salary of its mining ex-i made welcome. A TRUE BILL Toronto Ont.. March Strangers'bill has been found against Mrs. Min- nie Turner, for performing a criminal pert, Prof. Millar, tc SHORT BLOCKS Price A Wagon Load at the Yard Delivered It cor fart North of the Track Miss Isabel McKeth. who has operation, visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Bas- sett. has returned to Lethbridge.. Mctteth was the guest of honor i at a dinner' purty given by Mr. Tom i Uassett on Friday [Hat Xows. -Tohn Bold, of Idaho, is in the city today. Mr. Hold-has lived in the American for 56 years and is now seeing Alberto for the first time i true of them will nataurally keep out men of finer sensibility and put in 'men who will serve the city only for what iis in it. Men''.who', will not perform I i He has lived in all the Western Slates hut is firmly convinced that none of them compares with Alberta. Ke' is surprised ami pleased with what he has w-en on his trip. I BIG SNAP CO, M IKE C.F.R. TUCKS Do not delay getting supply while it can be had. Our stock is fresh, bought direct from the manufac- turer, and guaranteed full strength. J. J. Johnston Prescription Drug-gist S. Half of 17-7-19 Two MUes from Stirling PER ACRE Half cash, balance to suit. Must be sold within 10 days Phone 251 Our Spring stock is now ready for your inspection. You will find our prices right, and the quality and designs of our papers the best. Our cheap papers are good and our good papers are cheap. Call early and make your selections Robertson's Boo k S tore New Whitney Block AGENTS FOR Victor Berliner Gramophones and Records ;