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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Thursday, March women of the city. They xiave for some time beeu working oil the pro- position. 'They have beeu working quietly and tUeir campaign has not been at all spectacular like the Y.M.C. A. campaign. They are not asking (or so much and therefore have not taket Established December, 1907. guch vlgorous moaus Of getting wlm Published by the Lethbridge Herald Printing Ltd., every lawful Ing at its office, Crabb St, LethbrWge Alberta, Canada W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Director and Editor PHONES ai Departments. Subscription Rates they The result has been onl> the funds have no beeu forthcoming very fast. The ladies still want about fiftee hundred dollars to see ttieru throng with the plan they are adopting, that Lethbridge did it is a testimony o the prosperity of the city and to the enoroslty of its people. Gave Himself Away (Edmonton Camroso is advertising for a "town uarsUall." Without seeing the man who wrote the ad., it is a two to one bet that he came from somewhere west of the '.Mississippi or south of the Masou aud Dixie line. Hud he hailed from anywhere north of the 49th he would have advertised for a constable I was well outlined in an address by th secretary which the Herald is publisl ing elsewhere. Tin? amount is very modest and the object is just as worthy as any that ever made au appeal to the generosity and support of t.Ve Sally si? So" Daily three mouths, delivered Of L9tubridge. Daily', one month, delivered Daily, one year, by mail Daily, six months, by rnavl t OLA Dailv three months, by mail Addresses changed as often as desir- ed but both new and old addresses must be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight A summary oi tue Somo time later on, when the more modest means provided in the nature of a Young Women's Home has proved the need and worth of such on institu- tion, uo doubt there will be a more am- Trying to Worm Out of It (Toronto The discovery of a worm in a bak- er's loaf ueed occasion no surprise, bread, as is wc-11 known, being a very popular article of grub. He Had the Earmarks (Toronto News) man who lost memory was found on the street the other nigiu. It bitidus project promoted of erecting is believed that he must be one of the and equipping a regular Y. W. c A. witnesses from the Standard Oil in- and equippm building. In the meantime .those who pages, and con w world's iiews of the week, local ana foreign. One year, advance......... Six uiontlis, in advance Three months, in advance THE DAILY" HERAl D IB one sale at the following Lethbridge-Rod Cross Drug and Book Co., J. J. of the needs of the (institution being promoted and those 51-20 j Uave an interest in -seeing the 1 young ladies who are strangers c lining "J C'to ihe city looked after properly should do their best to assist ihe C. T. U. ladies in their worthy enterprise. quiry in New York. OUR POINT OF VIEW To-morrow is good Friday. It is a 53x125 feet Corner McDuff and Burdett Streets 83 x 76 feet Corner Charles and Coutts sts. Two Lots and House on Hodgman for per month We have just re- ceived our first shipment MOBILES The Standard Garage Co. PHONE WOOD ST. AXD Store, J. G. Robertson Johnston. I Maeleod-Young Co, R. W. Ham- Pincher Creek-E. J. Michel. D. L.jgood day tc get started on your Leth- McCrea. j bridge beautiful work. Bros. j Drug Book LO. The desp.icch from about Fernie, B. C.-N. B. Suddaby. I iutentious of the C.P.R. with the B C Beattie Atchisou. rtaresholm-0 L Reineckfi. JKipp extension was somewhai obscure Grassy Tughar.. jbut the one fact is certain and that Hostel News Stand. jjs .hftt they building a few more miles to the end oi the Carman- Igay line across the Little Bow. Diamond D'Hrc. Fernie, B. Beal. Also on all C. P. R. trains. AVOID COAL FAMINE general public should assist in the movement to have the ceal supply for the prairies -in the hands of the j dealers and tho large wmsumers be-! Merger or Submerger? (Winnipeg Another merger has been formed in Eastern Canada. Is it another sub merger of reasonable prices? Side Perfectly Safe Michael Dugan, a journeyman plumb 'sent by his employer to the liightower mansion to repair a gas- leak in the drawing-room When the butler admitted him he said to Dugan: "You are requested 10 be careful of the floors They have just been polish- ill er, Every mile that -the Carmangay branch is built without reaching Cal- gary means just so much more busi- ness for this city. By the time the line is completed, Lethbridge should firm hold on the trade of f the businessmen go "They's no danger iv me sHppin' on replied Dugan. "I hov spikes me shoes." It Surely Do was a merciful Providence that pre-j venied a coal famine this winter, for; had the winter been only ordinarily severe there certainly would Have That Y.M.C.A. campaign is bringing a lot good publicity to Lethbridge. The papers all over are commenting Uncle it say in the De claracion that a just government de rives its pUTer from the consent o the Uncle and it do beat erything what the governed will con- sent to." supplv on hand and the dealers had not even placed their orders with the coal mining companies. The mines therefore had only a small stock on hand and during the winter, mild as itj the majority of the thin all they could do to sup- Lethbridge people. The stories of municipal corruption in the other big cities on the continent make Letfcfcridge feel gratified that Qr c of I 1 1 I I DRAYING Call up Phones: i HAYANIXGHAIN FOR SALE Ripley Bros. i Among the Militants said he was going to break up the suffragette meeting the other night Were his plans carried Jake was.' "The Addition that the City Demanded." PER LOT Down and a Month I NO INTEREST NO TAXES i THINK VESSELS COULD BE BUILT ON LAKES, were bavin ply the belated demands. If no orders come in through the summer, the companies have no way of knowing whether there will be a demand for their coal as they are jus- tified in believing that perhaps the orders are being placed with other companies. The result can only be that they will reduce the number of men producing coal and curtail their output. If all the companies do this, The quietness that has come over Edmonton since the legislature so oppressive that a small backyard and i yelled for no other reason than to break the silence. Aid. Sage stayed with his public fire alarm idea and it looks as if he were going to get it The business men of the city will approve of it and will ap- it is easy to see what condition will obtain at the opening of the winter. At the beginning of last winter, it is j safe to say from iformation supplied, that there was not a supply above preciate such a move. The removal of danger of the ground to last more than a very few- weeks. A coal famine could not have been averted if ihe bridge would remove these dangers and there should be no difficulty in making ?uch a road. The fact that,