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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LITMBR4DGS, ALTA., TUESDAY, MARCH I MO. To the Electors of FOR. LETHBRIDGE DISTRCT SUNDIAL SuncUail, March We ujre uot throwing bouquets when we say "we out Sundial neighborhood pos- as trood material for .develop- ing a model one as could found anywhere. While news is plenty Ix-cause 'our people are ways doUur neighborhood is too trilling for our people to indulge in. They possess character far above it, ripe for social and lifirknts cultivation, which when once awakened will, develop into that true friendship which finds its greatest pleasure in doiiitf good uhto others, 'accepting the conscience of well doing for ample reward aod recognizing DR. NORWAY- PINE SYRUP withut MI fltr THROAT LUM09. All tttf most alTectioM the; throat, the lungs and bronchial aro in beginning -bit colds or otmghs. Too much strew cawoctfbe laid on thiffict, and neglect to the oold very df tea causes of .ioffcrinfS and in thi soroes Wood'rlfor-; way Pine Syrup all the in-; virtues of the .Norway other absorbent, expectorant and wxjthing: in its true jfra.ce the broad principle of the "brotherhood of man. not only on Sunday, but on every other day. and. thus entitled to wear the coat of arms of the nobility of humanity. We see a bright future for our com- munity if our people will always "keep this principle before them. Never let Pass An opportunity of doing kind- ness, it matters not how small the deed, or to whom it may be enacted, whether, to friend or foe, do ft. and God will bless you and many a heart _________. will be made glad; Be slow to cri-! person, suffering I did, I ticize but rather let your fault-finding that this remedy well worth a tiikL at home, and you will find no hmua." time to pc least I have medicines of recognized worth, lutely ahu safe. Q j; Mr. J. L. Purdy, MiUrale, "I have been troubled with hard, dry obogh for along rime, especial- ly at night, bat after having uaidDr. WoodVNonray Pine Syrup, for few: weeks, I find my cough lafc To v. 1 would not be without it in the ho So great bus been the raccew of found it so, and always accord to; wonderful it ir only natural that others the same privileges that we i numerous persons have 'tried to imitate it. Don't be humbugged into taking anything but Dr. Woods." Pat up in a, yellow wrapper; three" pine the trade mark) price 26 cento. tor price per bushel, .for the privilege, of hauling it forty milep More Kind Words r THE GROWINCr WEST (Peterborough -Examiner.-) We, in. Peterborough, pride ourselves pn being citizens of no mean city; imagine "ourselves 'to be alive and growing But when we cet fl western j and district The several special -journal like the "Special Publicity brains and enterprise of a Peterbor- ounh. A. Buchanan, man- director and editor. The ispe- cial publicity number of the Herald is a splendid example of publishing enterprise. Its oifrht sections of eicht pages each are full of live matter. -building1 record in. 1908 of half a mil- lion dollars; 8 churches, 6 banks, and 7 schools, "beautiful residences and a erowth of. population from to in three years. The iruitfulness of the Alberta wheat fields is demon- strated by the fact that "Alberta, Red j. T j .and illustrated bv a picture describing- the resources of Lethbridge 90 stocks titles are respect of. written by the subjects experts m and sec- Number" of the Lethbrxlge Daily Her aid, of 64 pages, we seem, "by con- trast, to be nsleep, and standing still. This special number oi the Herald is out by a journaj only three years old. But it is a lusty three-year-old, something to be proud of all the more eraphic ideas of the o-reat growth so because it is a product of the land resources-of Lethbridpe, with a tions dealt with, ;one beirur from the pen of Mr. Jaraes of our Colleeriate Institute They are also splendidly and plentifully il- lustrated with half tones which Patented Sectional Houses M anufactured in Vancouver, B the very beat Kiln- d.ried Lumber, in latest de- Prospective builders would do well to write me before deciding on a house i. S. A. Spencer AGENT iri BUILDER, MACLEOD Is now djEferirig for sale the LOTS ON THT2 MARKET lib if ttt bllnN MM if IMUMter U. riOM A i EACH TERMS EASY One-third omth, one-thfid 6 btdanoe 12 nontht. Interest 6 per cent, per annum Mm felHf ml MpHM to, (Uri of straw from from 'one The Modem Servant motor will run your washer or sewing machine. Electric irons do beautiful work. And private telephones i in your house save many steps. For sale by W. L. McKenzie 4 Co. BedpathSt. Lethbridge the year 1908 our salaries were main- tained on a-High level, .although .the steel trade was passing through- a depression which m itb intensity was more severe than anything that' has occurred sincfe cent indications" tended to render re- sumption of business practically im- on its normal basis. "The disappointing reduction in the _______________, volume of business, and consequent j straining' for orders, iprced the steel STEEL COMP ANY REDUCES market in a of you to vote for me, and- bring your neighbor to the. poll on the 22nd day of March, 1009, .Yours respectfully. Candidate for J. H. RIVERS, the Lethbridge District. GOD SAVE THE KINO Public notice is hereby given that iu obedience to His Majesty's writ to me directed and bearing date the 26th. day of February, 1909, I require the presence of the voters at OLIVER'S HALL, IN THE CITY OF LETHBRIDCE in the Electoral Division of Lethbridge City, on the 1 DAY OF MARCH, 1909 from noon until two o'clock in the afternoon, for -the purpose of nominating a, person: to represent them in the Legislative As- sembty; .and notice is .iurtKer given .that in case a poll is demanded and allowed in the manner bylaw' 'prescribed, such poll will be openecl on the 22 ND DAY OF MARCH, 1909 From the Hour of Eight O'clock in the Forenoon until Six O'clock in the Afternoon, as Follows: POLLING DIVISION No. LETHBRIDGE Commencing at the corner of Redpath and Round Streets, and bounded on east by Round Street, and a continuation of the sama to the. Northern boundary of the Canadian Pacific Railway right-of-way, and on the north by.the northern boundary of the Canadian Pacific Railway right-of-way, on the ;west. by; the Belly River, on the south by a con- tinuation of Red path Street, from place of commencement west to the BeHy River. Polling Division, at or near Fire Hall. PQLLING DIVISION NO! That portiotf of the City of within the following boundaries: Commenc- ing at the corner of Round and Redpath Streets, along Round Street to the or Round and thence east along' Qsurtland Street to Crabb Street, th.nce sojth along Crabb and a continuation "of the same- to Polling Division, Labor Temple. FOR POLLING DIVISION NO. LETHBRJDCE All' thatTpor. tion "of the City of Lethbridge which lies east of WestminfUr Ifoad and north of the Northern Boundary of the Canadian Pacific right- of-way. Polling Station, Westminster School. FOR POLLING DIVISION NO. LETHBRIDGE Thi of Stafford and that part of the City of Lethbridge which north the Northern boundary of the Canadian Pacific Raijway" and west of Westminster Road. Polling Station, Pool Hall, Village of Stafford. And further .tbat at OLHTER'S HALL, THE OP LETHBRIDGE, on the 1st day of April, at the hour of 10 a m I shuU open the ballot .boxes, add up the votes given for the several candidates, and declare to- ;be: elected the largest number of Of which all persons are hereby to taks notice and ern themselves accordingly. f COD iAVI THt K'NC Given under my hand at tethbridge, this 5th dav of Marcfc, in the year "1909..- FRED. KENNT, Returning FOR ;