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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ibridgc Herald WUHTIIW CO., LTD .J V- passenger a coach with all PUT TAXES ON Ailed. Under such conditions there should better of ventilation than the little windows9 At' the top which cannot be opened without throwing a direct draft on: some one and causing; them, to close; BILLPOSTERS SUBSCRIPTION In a year t2.00 a -year i Ptt Month be easily installed where there is ab- unduucw of poiver with the locomotive and a natural movement of air caus- in Schools S. J. McDiarmid's Ap- pointment All the members of council ex- cept Aid. Button who was at, homo] by the progix-ss of the train. elljoyittg thft pleabures of were present at the council meeting last night. It was exptvtixl that tke meet! Moreover, the dangers of excessive heat and cold would be overcome if in every coach there -was thermom- eter to let the train hands know the temperature. This is done by SOV-T- al American lines now with beneficial WHEN BENNETT GOT HIS correspondent of Toronto Globe wrote his paper from, the press gallery at Ottawa, under j would have an especial interest) in the reception and- discussion ofj Fjigineer Cecil B. Smith's report but i it was not even read. There are yet! These are important matters tWQ reports OQ for him to! send the council before his report isj complete, and the council decided to ABOUT..) DAD'S COUNCIL I JL I, Ud wait until these were received before LJETHSRIDGE'S FUTURE This woman sayi that Lydia Pinkham'tf Vegetable Compound ftAyed her I Mme. Emma Valleytield, j The 'trouble among the Jobbing- Company, the Canadian Pacific; the Alberta Government Telephone Depart iiient aud the city regarding the switching in of the Smith St. spur spur.track up close to the Jobbing. warehouse is one more cir- .cunistance that should make Dad and his council sit up and think about ov erhead wires in the business part of oOiuc Cuiy, it Are You Aware That tins Store has a complete Block of Carpet Sqnruvs nnd RuttS. AMI All the sizes, colors aud weaves aie represented here, auci at prices that in-ike for us enthusiastic customers. Selling oil the cash basis means clos- est possible prices. The Turpin Furniture Co. WHERE CASH COUNTS date-of May 1st: At an Rex-. Dr. discussing the report at all. Gus Xeidig; appeared before the Allan in a discourse on council and addressed that body on i Belleriver, -Quebec, writes to Mrs. belated intellects hour this morning Mr.: Sunday night last remarked that the various matters. He first asked for South, a- cirtp reatness of their country. And-it is St. as that street-is in very Pinkham: "I want to. tell you that without Pinkhun's Vegetable Com- woald not be alive. For months I suffered with painful and irreirular periods and inflammation of Doctors could i i the feminine con- noihing for me, and said I must sub- fcity fatherhood that this is ter that should have been; attended to by the present council. I The council of that day will then 'sling it into Dad and his council just as an many of ever can- euse 'be j Conr had a regular system for closed the debate on Mr. motion on the civil service conunis-j sion with one of the best .fighting! Crue- speeches of the session. -Following! Take Lethbridge Miv Bennett, who had contributed to Sow the debate in his usual vituperative, sider for a moment the wonderful to him protecljon_ member- S entirely cured." Your remedy j tree planting and laying sidewalks, strain, he first gave that gentleman' possibilities for development in this 5hip of lhe BiU posters' Association I is deserHng of great praise." The council two or three years hence the most severe castigation that and district? very no- oejng sufficient. He suggested FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. win have to teai" UP the beautiful been inflicted upon any member of j Here a. city that is yet in its in- that a }jcetlse be piaced at perl 1W T.WHa. Pint. I streets that Dad is Parliament in many a. long day. It MITCHELL BRYAN'S CHOICE Mouthpiece Names Labor Leader for Vice-president Omaha, May a leading edi- hex. hare no pain was neither courteous nor chivalrous future. X a cense be paced at per streets that Dad is going to make about and size up its armuin but the councU adopted the j ham's Vegetable Compound, made jthls year, if he gets the money, to declares that John Mitchell, the laboj is the strongest man the Dem- can nominate for Viee-Presi- it does, considerat hy the usa, of our A. lctter ffnm was read] Wholesale houses will open asking that hig license the bowl.; had finished with him he was a the merchants of the hundreds ing. auev }je transferred to Jas. H. i iliated individual indeed. {of new towns. Mr. Guthrie. however, did not con- fine his attentions to Mr. Bennett, Wilson- 'The council on the re-corn- McKensi'e Lethbridge must build well, so 'of -ii'cense properly fitted "for its-po-'committee his request. i has given the country a, good Knight of California was said to be ing and no part of the city showe-1 the man. ,its appreciation, more than the public w----------------------- square. La SL few weeks, howevji-. :i _r t t the weather gets hot, and wi.ii Electric Co................ 29.54 patter of many little feet, the Miss May Keller. Irene Johnston. and Ahern. Miss Agnes Dnhlrymple is visiting Mrs. Wyatt for a few The electric light plant has been running for about a week now "and seven...lights, are on. Mr. Eugene Liberty and sister drov'e over from 2Cewlands this morning. May Ahern celebrated her sixteenrh birthday Monday. Miss Kate Kellor is tlie man who knows that those arguments were hung. It was j Lethbridge is just on the verge of his misfortune, h'e said incidentally will support the plans of poies on Smith St. to allow the con-1 on noticing.the absence oi both council for civic improve- !str.uction Of the spur track close to! Borden and Mr. Foster, that when- j ments. He wants of the city to be j the Xorth-West Jobbing Commis- ever he had'to refer to them he did; established upon a good foundation. warehouse. The letter was not have the pleasure of having them 'his children and the _ o_ Burbridge, local manager Herald Co 33.16 sltion in the not distant future. must not be too many'the provihcial telephone department, Insurance 10.80 of us are. Look ahead. The council in writing that-Westerri Co. 5S.75 Washington, May senate grass will begln to look brown and has passed bm bare. Something ought to be done- cier'National park in the :Lake Me- it green, if possible. Aid. Donald region of Montana Cunningham, as.chairman of the, fire, The senate also pasged thg bm water and light committee ought to for the have opening and settle- tlie government would hold the city t responsible for the removal of conflab with Chief Fowler to ment of the Crow Indian reservation Total ................_...... I see if, once in a while when the bii-_________________ [gade needs .some practice, the w [could be pumped over the square BLACK SPRING RIDGE NEWS Ian hour or so. The city should do as much as Ask for Minard's and take no other.'in their veins. I Geo. Jtlouk has arranged with the I Grovaun Indian Lacrosse Team of the- I Belnap agency to play here against our local team, on Victoria Day and the public can no doubt look for a keenly contested gaoie. The Indians as' we are all aware, were the. originators of this, our national sport, so will be able to give a few of the tactics used in the game in earlier days. Geo. Houk says they are a fast bunch and have the good blood before him. He did not because that, however, intend to hesitate say what he had to say with- refer- i support Black Spring Ridge, May sible to keep the. square from looking S. K. Brady and Mr. Geo. Chase a howling even if .it MR. McDlASMIIf S WORK I to town on business.Monday on sad- does belong to the citizens to say "You did wisely in the ly days of this city." So he will: The fire water and light committee j die horses. the bylaws to provide for recommended that S. J. McDiarmid j It has been ence to their utterances. Mr. Guth-jtHe grading of our streets and the be offered a month to keep the! now and the crops are coming onfinejlittle rie did not evetf hint at it. but those f construction of cement walks. He fire alarm system in order. The Tvho have watched the proceedings ballot for the are hall was adopted. 'armmrt its appearance, this session could, not market and extensions to the The council th just how much accident Or designs- had j waterworks system. He knows that'ceipt of the application of J. R. Lit- }TTe understand there are a couple of I The showcrs of blessing that to do with the absence-of Hon. Mr.jlthese things are absolutely necessary Jtie for a position as teamster in the j gentlemen near Wm. Hill's ranch who the city du- Foster. The scathing criticism development of the city. department. He was asked to find great sport in using cattle the PRSt have demonstrat- Perhaps these gentlemen araied more clearly than ever, the scare- barren, brown spot in the middle of raining .for four days is mark of beauty. A ______________....... pumped on once in a re-i There are cattle being found shot do a whole lot to improve around here. Farties, are suspected, and they had better be .very careful. city which that gentleman's addition to these improvements Lethbridge produce his record for the considera-1 targets. the budget debate was subjected stand before the incoming hun- tion of the fire, water and light com- the time by Mr. G uthrie will not