Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
TV AlfctATA CAIDS it the n- crses, a w need of ad- ditioiwl expenditures for education and judicial machinery While the DAP'S COUNCIL era of expansiQn continues, .Ontario PREMIUM may quite witness rising ex- ftojrit a in itself to irb to the .Hub McCtUJtt iTEWAUT, Sur fff 7 tor baby's milk a crack at the chairman of the gas- n el I committee, who, by the way, bears the honored name of W. C. Ivcs, for actually giving out a committee report on. the gas-well agreement before the "committee it to the" council, tl'hink ot the chairman of a committee doing such a thing, es- pecially as soon after he had pulled in a report under almost identical circumstances. 'What, right had the to know -uhat sort of a bar- gain the council was making? What right'had a reporter to get the-re- )ort before the council got it? Jt s'nonc of the people's business what the council is going CO do with their money until after it is done, and yet this gas-well chairman transgressed so far as to let them know before. Ivcs will have a severe call ing-down to deliver Chairman Ivcs when next tliey meet. fresh each "day.- t _ -_- _ form of Under no circiim- mchtr pj luwf B ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room I CHAMPION FEED) MILL GrairTgronnd for Feed' >_' SJE'FTON Cor.vLondon and Westminster Rd 41 3iM) f MUSIC; MISS LI; HOLLAND Pupil Mont- real, wishes a limited number" 'of stu- for _ Piano Study. Leachetizky, (Paderewski's4 'teacher) method used. Terms moderate. AdVeu I JO" Ford St. K Phono' 247. ld' that which has stood over night vbe" used. To give a child" quinine, put white of egg" in spoon, quinine on the egg, and with' a toothpick rope the egg around the quinine. The woman V1yrho 'does her own work should make a one piece bib apron, the kind_tbkt slips over the head, of any table oilcloth. To remove paint aprons soak "I ait in the kitchen wid Bridget, an' ate pie an' cake an' chicken, an' whin'Bridget hears the missus comin ty for wrong doing or to commend the right course of its opponents7 ii16 more independent and trustworthy than the journal that uses the cloak of independence to further the wrong course of its party. Some years ago, 'with' a great blaze of trumpets, the. Toronto News be- came an absolutely independent pa- per. No party ties held it. It would discuss public questions on their merits regardless of party. The esii- tor, J. S. "Willison, was' formerly .Liberal and the owner, J. Fla- velle, formerly Conservative. They both became independent in the twinkling of an eye. The two ap- parently expected to balance each other but it is easy to see from ex- tracts from recent editorials which one is end of the. teeter. Of the expenditure of the Whitney "government (Conservative) this in- dependent journal "When the Provincial Treasurer comes-to deliver his budget speech neit week he will have to justify a considerable 'increase in he estimates for the current year. But the de- fence of growing expenditures in a new and progressive country shottH not necessarily prove a diffi- cult task.. The Province is in its in- fancy so far as industrial develop- is concerned. The she says Led- 1111111111 i 11 i 111111 12 1 A- Raphael Tuck Sons Maunsell, vofxTaber, ;rhas opened a-drug store on-First street.- The new hotel is rapidly nearirtf completion. Mr. McMillan delivered an inter- esting address to a large audience on Sunday afternoon. PionrarCoal IS ON THE MARKET All Orders Strictly Attended to Cash Most be Paid oof Detirerj Pnp. Visiting brethren are cordially S. G. DAVIES, W.P. T. W, S. pie can be prepared for the ovenv the: day before, it is baked. It should be covered and will then be ready -for the oven in the morning. Le'hbridge Nest of Owls TLcthbridge Nest ol No'. will meets the second Something} that the eatcpaycrs] should get after through their asso- ciation is the question of the over- head wires owned by the Electric Company, the telephone am! tele- graph companies. There arc very few cities that make any pretensions of being up-to-date and progressive that these menaces to the pub- lic life and property above ground. If the city going to order these to be burled In the cold, ground they should get at IV before the streets are ali fixed up' nice and tidy. Tncrc bo a Sr.m Hill of a mess when some catastrophe causes a coxin cil to.wake tm to tho importance of this inattcr. Then there is the street numberiug question. The new-comers are ning to flock the city and are continually asking the month in K. of P. Hall. '-G._V. STORKEY, M. PRIEST, Junior Past Pres ESTER Brooches, Beauty Pins. Bloase Sets, Enamelled Jewelry, Tie Pins, Caff Links, -Fobs and Charms, and Lockets. Ladies' Lockets. Ladies' and Gents7 Chains WE LEAD FOR 8 A T I 8 F A C T I.O.N R. A. WRIGHT, The Jeweler Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. s! Mert iii KnigtitH of Hall ejrry third -ny in tht- month 8 p.m. brvtbrai nWayn wd Fred T. RoWnn, Sec Box AT. i "9-1, WaltrrAppMij, W. Photos HANDFORD Think It Over Flour is the cheapest oC all foods. Why sett the bcrt eren if it is higher IB price Our Floor Has stood every quality test LETHBRIDGC B. f, O. _ Meets Ind and 4th each month at 8.15 p.in. E. A. SHARMAN, I'JUESr! E- R- Secretary. _. MCmTH-WCST 'AMOCIAT1CN Of STATIONAKV, Meet in the Labor Hall we- and and forth .Mondays ia UM inovtn. Employers re-itririif en- enfineen of employ- metit, wxmM do VeH to eomrnvntcaW with M. tOBERT NEVIK, Cbief. BRtJCE, Secretary. THE WANT AD CQfJGJtS jitfinALD SUCCESS.