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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta mim HERALD nNNTJNG CO. W. A. BUCHANAN, Maoafint Nrector. W. JORDAN, Sipt. of Job DeMrtment. SCJBSCRIPTION: nAdvauce - $1.50 a year Oi-Uerwise - $2.00 a year ADVERTISING: Par Month - $1.00 Per Inch AN ANNOUNCEMENT. Itemld, lias disposed of his irttorcsi |jM>ota'tions in view. Hav^ a city vio* to Lelh'bridge Heraltl Printing Co. or' luid nvamiiacturors will get the,trade | paper uiari in the wc-st ihnh Old of ail these town.s. Wfcerc we now 'Man" Simpson. Ho is luined hh t'hit have one or two wholesale houses, 'publisher of tho l>ost w-oelily i>�vi>vr in we will have a down or two. Our'tl.C. and he is a "to|' nolchvr" us nmnufaKurlng industries will Jo nn energetic, resoiirceiul citizen o( forced to inci-ouNO in order to meet j Cranbrook. The HenvUI bi>is I'aio-the ilotnand.s of these new towiw. |W��II to its founder and tru.sls lie The growth ihioughoirt Southern -M- will prosper. No man di-servos good \ boi-ta will be similar to the district fortune more than the '-Old Man." we haw nientionwl. .Ml jiioti'i- tiie - j Crow to the west will \k Ave towns j Tho Gait Hospital if wo .iu I^c mid the Pass towns iKjfore Ions,will ; rightly, is rated by people, who .uv U> one gwat city and Southern Alberta, for which t�;thbri cl.ic in the tvpst can this t\> 'aid. No matter whciv we look over this: The citizens of this cit.v should sup-gi-oat expan.se of country, the de- ^popl the hospital li�.H;rally nnrt gUui-velopment is astounding and the ('�>y ly for jt is an institution t'.iat is coming when Lethbridgw will to means more to the city than ponp\i the hub pf one of tho hoa*,l .li.hn Im-from tho Village and small town ,nnn, a son. Specialization Sale AT ONCE AND FOR CASH-- G. H. JOHNSTON has dedded to moke a specialty of APLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS A LOCAL BUDGET. which \\. A. Buchanan, who has 1h'!:ii ;n partnership with Mr. Sfinipson since last December, will Ix- m-anag Ing'director. The Herald will move along in the old course, giving ihc people a nc'v.sy paper and 8upi)orting ovor.v nioix-siirc in the town and district's iutoro.st. iowpoint. EblTORIAL NOTES. ELEa OPTIMISTIC MEN. l;ethbi>idgo wants 'to bo very careful in tho choice of it^ Mayor und Council next year. On Oct. 28 to Mr. and Mrs .I.A. jKnauf, a son- ^ A!. Morris was in fu�n fniin I'in-Lcthbridge is on the up-grade. Its chor Creek this week, future never looked brighter than it Stanley Kirkham has taken a posi-dops today. The growth of the city jtion with the Ik?nllcy Co. in tho pas't f'ow weeks has been j C. 1{. McClenaghan made a luisi -inarkcd and the increase in populat-.iicss trip to Irvine last week. ion 's houml to continue. Mr. Mair is on a vocation enjoying - ;a well earnecKt for I no ^ ted physician and surceon for the ? ? I I I t ? t t ? Y 5! Therefore Mill proceed to clear out his stock of MEN'S AND BOYS* FURNISHINGS 'Examine the Price List Since Stayor Rogers and -Md. |..f the people, not of the par Adams, McCIure and llardtng .K-' ^^.^ Coi-ser - j ,C.P.R. in this city. Clare they are- not, going to be can -didates again, it is necessary that four capable, aggressive, optimistic nJen should lie chosen to fill their places. If Lethtoridgo n)ust keep pace -Aith the growth of tho west, its ufTairs must be administered by men, who possess strong faith in the cHy iii:d its future. The whining, gi-owling. grunting class must not tc hccd.wl, tinless w^e want to stay in the back ground. If We miiat keep pace with the growth of tho west. wo must nave men in our council -who will not : worry about a few extra ntills of ta.xation. Tt will miuire mom faxes to improve our streets, put down ^ "granolithic walks, erect a respocl - , able dity hall, .but a.": the.S'O improvements are neco.ssar.v, if wo are it k'cep pace with the growth and to ' look decent in the eyes of strangers the wide awake people of the city are prepared to pay for them. vutivos rojirosenl arc being as well BaKly Jluck was in from thX.rs are . ,^,,,.^, ,,,,scripUon .o H,e Ldxrals. IVomu-r Kutterford and l^^,,^, ..^^ another ^oa^. his colleagues consider they i-epre ' nev. \Vm. He.d. the new JJapti.sl ;pa.'?tor here, u.sed to be a mission u'y In the slums of (JIa.sgow C. (!. K. N'oiirfie ami W. C. .Sim- sent all the !>eopIe, which 'is the only ' sane vicv to take. This provinco dtK's not want to be lut the msrcy of a partv that is out for spoils for .............. parly ' friend.s. What it wants and ^ "'"'^^ "^"i^^-^'^' ""-^'^ '^'^"'"'y what it is getting is a gowmment ' �^ Stavley on Saturda.N- la.s-l. of the people for.'the peopk-. '''J'c '^o'"' nunilK.r of homesload cn- ; trios granted at Ijethhridge rluring ithe month of Octo'icr was 212, l.a-t __ !year 112. Wo want a council that w U not ; '\ *)yi�-brother of Calgar.N, Has shiver and shake over the .bought i��'-'--�^ Ulon.so Suil.s 1.10 to 2.50 C piece Stills 2.2."j to 3.25 .T piece Suits 2.7.'> to 1.00 Caps Cloth fur lined 90c, .Sl.OO Cloth with ear Inppi-ts fiOc Tweed Auto 60c, TOc, 90c. Tweed .Skip l,"c and 2.">c. . Silk .-Vuto ............... T5c. Men's Shirts White dre.ss ........... 81.10 White, .collar attached 9r>c White hands ...... SI.00. Neglige ... GOc to .SI.2'.. It'ack -sateon G.'ic to 1.00. liegatta ......... 'lOc to OOc. . Heavy flannelette Oiu-. Coats D. n. Frieze (Italian lining .................. S^l.7.-.. 1>. B. Frieze, - (waterproof lining) ............. 5.50. Duck (wool lined)' !}2.75. Men's Ties r.rturiev ...... riolding ....... rl.iy ........ lob line ..... 2a cents. 10 cents. . 2,"i cents. �10 cents. 1.") cents. ift cr-nt.s. Overcoats Fine Cloth, weather proof ..........................?10.00. Black and Brown, onfy si.\ in .'itock, Underwear l{d>lK'd wool ...... I.l cinis Fleece ............ 2,') to Cr>c. Fancy stripe ...... cents. .^^WFATEHS. Ore.v ..................(iO cents. Mi.wd color ...... 80 cents. F.iio Heather .... 90 cms. Unless I/Mbbridge can get a Council tJift will do these things into ofHeo ncvt year, we must e.x)x>ct to remain in tho l>ackgromid. ill-law Mrs. \\. V. Upluirdt, left last j The growth of towns like TalKir ;Friday for the ea.st to visit friends ICoaldalo and Warner, moans develop- Manitoba. inent for I^ethbridge, too. I Mr. Lcmngweil of I>;mngw.ll ,.i.d - lEgtan, Warner, is o.xjHjcted in tiie The Literals d.d some good Fio d- cjty tomorrow night with five larJ-irg in Xova Scotia. jeeekers who are going sousn i> War- ner to make purchases. A DAILY PARER. Poorly done, Weldon. .s all ihu Chas. Egan of Warner was in tl' Tories can .say to their candidate )n city on Monday. Lumber i.s in Nova Scotia. The Herald uiand there and he has run out the article and was here try.ng il.' -of to , -North Bruce, after being ropreseat-Iget a carload shipped at onoe. offers congratulafons �, , (v,,,ervative for son* >-ears | Herman Holt., who farms in Iowa Put in a energy. council with heaps of For goodness sake have tho streets to the News upon its enterprise iijjturned into the I,i\>eral told entering tho daily newspaper 'itid. ^-eek. The firsti issues are. vei-.v creditable I ftind cover the local, district, and general news, thoroughly. Very few cities of the size of Ije'.h-hridffe can Woast of a daily newspaper and very few such places have luadu a success of such a wnture. Bwt Lcthbridge is a growing city and we are sure, the Daily News will get the support it deserves. v The News is the oldest paj>er ni Southern Alberta and it is ploaiJ.ni; :to know that during the twenty or more years it has been ir. cviHlenc.^ -it has flourished until now it \s 1^: Mhte to issue a daily in a cit> that wHhin its own memory had very smal! pretensions indeed. , on a big scale, is building a larg house and barn on his farm twelve ' ^ j  . ^ . ^ miles east of Warner. A two .,tore^ T .f'^^l^"""'!^^ ^ brick block is to be built at Warn  � ! ^^'r'^'""- as soon as brick can be secunxt. ' ^ , 7"'"% f , � , hce until Wednesday, Novemter 28, C. Jackson a well known milun^ i^oo, i,c]u.,ively, for the construct- m^n of Lumsden, .Sask.. was in th... ion of a Public Building at Edinon - RE-ELECT NR. ROGERS. ,1' The Herald would Mike to see an atTort made to induce Mayor llog-jcs to become a candidate for rc-cla.-.t -loo. He has made a real capable 'iMtiyor and it is a pity that his ex-riencc and energy are to �))o lost tho c.ly, Just when the city most li^rctiuires them. Mr. Rogers is always aggressive. iiio believes in a "Building Up Leth-tirid�e" policy and that is the sort lOf man the city requires oit tho pre->Ot period of its history. We are I'tfae climb to the top now iiafc, experienced men j'or Rogers to guide us. M^^if-xnzi., >7i�iv., was m t-p'- ion of a 1 ])ut in decent shape. Kveryboby is city this week visit.ng his father-in- ton, Alta. complaining but nothing is beir.g Ui\\\ I. M. Pierce, .\ccon\panied l\\ ' plans and spocificat.ons can beseen douo to put the roads in .shajv. his wife, who has been visiting here |and fornw of tender obtttiitcd at this - |for som.^ tinw, he wont oast to Dopartment on application to Mr. 11. Do some ru.stUng for a daily mail Lunsuder.. Manson, Clerk of Works, BJdm.m- .strvico on the-south line, it will j jjr. and Mrs. 1. M. Lyman are il,e ! ton, Alta., ami Mr. .1. Onaenfiold, help Lothbri Ltd. Iron Castings and Machine Work Structural Steel Columns, Sashweights MILL AND MINE SUPPLIES - TRACTION ENGINE REPAIRS V�lve� Pipe Bar Iron Babbit Metal Minert' tooU BOIUER REPAIRS Or AL.L- KINDS COMPETENT BOILERMAKER SENT OUT WHEN REQUIRED SEALKD TF.NDEUS addressed to GOSSIPb.*. ON THE SIDE;"'*' P/\'''.'~'Ao.oTo.o.0.o:n':o'o"n'n''o'o''()"o^rrn- -QAClPloio'cyoYTO'o'o'o r� optimt.stic than ever aliuul. I,i'lh-Two American girls who married j|,pj^|gc ^,,,1 f,-,>m the talk r^mside it titled Kuroponns are getting �Uv.r-ij, going to bo. a big ci'ly in a very them right. Any gi. ifew years. ------ , .v-.vi.joro. .............. Ont., boy and while here runowed ac-^^^^ Honourable tho Minister ifc|UBintanco with G. M. .I.dmston and �. Springs and other Po^nU ^""""^ '^^ ---- lomis on people a weekly pai>or that wMII have aC.P.R. Land is .l^ing bought up ' over Ws distiSct and live, ener- all the news, as well a.s sriecial articles, spic,\', bright and interesting. ^ , 1 tides, spic\', brigl 3.in the ''^'^ ""-irriendshlp of the U.hbridg. ..ople I'akfl Tiiho.. ,e J^t - � ;fi"d h"!"' to retain it nil the limn. �e iltioer as an m-sitancc of l lo u- ...n i ... Mion- "n^.'ir. 41, iMo wdl do ovir best at any rate. Mio�. Uo.flo that town anynijjhi ^ week and you will find every ' filled up with landseekois. s.'lf ii) (i('Cf|>l tho lo"o.sl rir any ten-d/'r. t'.y Older, l-Rf'^D (U'^LINAS, Sec ret a rj-. I\'!iiici iii.'ntof rulilic Works, Ottawa. October 20, 1906. .Vcwspai�rs Inserting this advcr -tisomenl V ithout authority from the B. Fv Taylor, manager of tUo ; Dopart meat will not be pat.d for it. Merchant's Hank, Calgary, sp^^nt | __ -� Saturday in the city. He i-emarlu>il i to the Herald that ho noticed ' ''"'�'"^'^ ^l"^"' Sunday a1 Pin- markable evidences of growth, cspcc-|Cioek. iaily in tho residential portion of; 't is said a flour mill will be lo-the city, .since he wa* last hero, cnted at Tabor licfore next fall. -Asked if his \li.sit had any conii.ct- .\le.v. Uolwrtson the sheep'ramlvu-; ion with the estoiliflshnicnt of ti cxpocts to spend the winter '.n Sc^i:- branch of the Merchant's Bank iioie he rcplie� Simply this, that in a iew ;wbere only flag .tations now Vlhe C.P.B. lino eost of here. |ltfbe thriving towns -vith \?>^gricultural communi t ies Coal is likely at, most E�too,��i> the entire country rfiiie4''.with that valuable W;; part with F. K. .Simpson as week and sat by the kiln until saw the hot, brick taken out lie ind carted to a car and .started on itn our partner in the piiblicoition nf 'ho Lethbriflgo Heral(idg9 wholesale firms A. P. \calo, tho Taber contractor was in tho city Monday. Tho build ing business ia hustling at Tabor Michael O'Kelly. iirai*igrat'ion a; nt from Kdinonton, arrived in the llev. C Padley Da,>ti.st evangelist ! The plan for tho Lyceum Coariw returned last evening from I^rdo �nd will he placed nt J. D, Hi�rinf**thim^ Trout I^k,, ,V,�ir,i^t, , ... - .�,u..-..j... "' "'K"��*naiIW j� � ,r.l -----V J ------ ,----. ovonmg from i^rdo �nd will he placed nt J. D Hi*ri,i'wv.kT and Mr. Vealo was up hero trjing to city on Sunday- e^-^nlng. He leftlast , Trout Lake district. Ho i, making on Thursday Th. t.-km ^ ~ ^ '^"".enters. that ho could keep .evening for I-.th..rldgo. Mr, 0;Kelly [xelson his h.adc,uurters^Sln a w", ^^on S^J^' - tip with the work. says that everything on the l.ne c. News. [scats early. ;