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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING CO F i- Old and manufacturers will get tho,trade paper man lit the west tlmh of all these towns, Where wo now Man" Simpson, He is fnnuHl us the have one or* two wholesale houses, we will have a d often or two. Our manufacturing industries will Ve 'an energetic, resourceful ciil/en d 'publisher of tile best weekly paper in H.l\ ami he is a "top notcher" uh tf. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Director. w. forced to Increnw in order to meet j Cranbrook. The Herald hi.Is faie� the demand* of these new towns. Jwvll to its founder and trusts ho JORDAN* Sapt. of Job Detriment. � The growth throughout Southern AU will prosper. No man deserves good jbcrta will bo similar to the district fortune more than the "Old Man" 'wo have mentioned. All jOon* the -.-- Crow to the west wilt be Ave towns, Tlw dab, Hospital if we Jti Wy the Cass towns Ivfore longjwill , rightly, Is rated by people, who are SUBSCRIPTION: n Advance O'.berwlse $1.60 a year $2,00 a yoay and lie one groat city and Southern A I- jsiek and infirm, ns the Ivst west M ADVERTISING; Per Month $1.00 Per Inch AN ANNOUNCEMENT. tierta, for which I�thbridge is the , Winnipeg* IVtients travel hundreds centre, will bo the source of supply of miles to K� treated hero. Where lov these places. (else in the west enn this K� ^nd. No matter where we look over this | The cit irons of this eit,\ should sup-groat expanse of country, the de- (port tlw hospital liberally and rUv! velopment is astounding awl tho t'ny jy for jt \� nn imtltution ihat ~!is coming when Tjothhridga will to m�*an^ more to tho city than peop'o the hub of one of the heaviest, pop- .realise. ulated sections of the entire west. As a city it Is our duty to build F, E. Simpson, the founder of the n strong foundation wVt-h 'these ex- LOCAL BUDGET. Herald, has disposed of his interest to Lothbridgc Herald Printing Co. of which W. A. Buchanan, who has lvn ;n partnership with Mr. Stimpson nlnco last December, will l*e mnnag ing' director. Tho Herald will move along in ihe old course, giving tho people a now paper ami supporting every iwiwrnv In the town and district's interest lactations in view. Hntv a city view* . ~o - in everything we do. Keep away (>u (M a-( to Mr. imt John l-ur from the Village and small toWn (man, a son. ii-�w point EDITORIAL NOTES. s*. ELECT OPTIMISTIC MEN. On Oct. 2ft to Mr. and Mrs .1 A Knauf, a son. Al. Morris was in town from Pin- Leihbrklgc is on the up-grade. Us cher Cm* this week future never looked brighter than It Stanley Kirkham has taken a posi-does today. The growth of the city lion with the Ifcntley Co in the past few weeks has been ( C. It. McCleuaghan made a hum - Lethbridgo wants to be very cave-ful in tlw choice of lbs Mayor an I Council next year. S inco Mayo r Hope rs n nd Aid. Adams, Me-Cluiy and Hard'mg �*.�- Clare they are not, going to be can - |\ativin,x �--- a well earned rest.-Canary Alb.M- - The Liberal government in Alberta, tan. is adopting the right policy. Public , Hon Dr. De Vol tor lias been appoln-moiiey is going to Iv s)vnrt for �nu ted physician and sunreon for the benefit of the people, not of the par- CIMI. m this rtiy. \y. 'I he ridings, v.hleh the Coi.sor  , ;�p resent an; Iving as welt ! jjow dldates again, it is necessary that j lrwiUHi ftS those whose memlvrs arc' four capable, aggressive, optimistic | ^iivrals. PiviniiM men should lie chosen to fill their1 nis coPeagurs consider they rep replaces, 'boni all the lvople. which is the only If Lcthbridge must keep pace wUhS(ln0 vk.v. lo Ulkr This ,>rovinc? the growth of the west, its affairs j\ not wanl lo hv u, t(u, m}VC%. ot must be administered by nu-n. \Mu>jft |t|lrty that is out for spoils lor possess strong fnith in the cMy e)d,ImI.u. fr;omls Uhnl u wanls riUil Its future. The whining, growling. w|uU it is RoliinR ts rt ^nviwneni grunting class must not to heedM. nf t|Ri p(t0pU. forM||o unless we want to stay in the back ground. If we must keep pace with �he | growth of the west, we must nave � . ( \\v want a council that w II no*, men in our named who will not , ,i, speeded Mr tlillespie. who has !� a worr*- 1 ' * ______ -mi- shiver and shake over the thought, ! I\l"*t a level headed council. IVilly lluck wtis in from tin- Lutl,* Me called at the Herald odtee and iY�neu*nd his subscript ion to M>.� Kuthorford -md papo|. for ml(llh.,r N,nr Uev. Win. Ite.d, t he in* w Ha p t i s t pastor here, used tc> be a in.^ion n'y in the shims of tllasnow C. O. K. Nonrse aihl W (' Simmons onjo>Td a Hay's *duioting i*ast of Stavle.v on Saturda.\ last Tho total numlvr of honn-sti'n.1 � n-tries granted at Lethbridg*' durbig th.� month ot October was 212. l.i-t year tl'2. H. A. J-*airhrother oi Calgar>. has about u few extra mills of i o. taxation. It will twpiire more taxes ju' n . . , . � ]>nl)l'C improvements to Improve our streets, put down 1 1 * granolithic walks, erect a rospect - able dity hall, but as thev.� improve-mciits are necessary, if we are \ * keep pace with the growth and to few extra mills of taxation iVr transferred to Cranbrook. in t)�. five of 'he P. Hurns Co. f Make lcthbridge (5row Th�� growth oi towns like Tab^r look decent in tbo ov.s ... strnn.;..,s 1 ConWal.. ���vars 1 Herman IIolU, who farms m b�wa i*- turii'vl into the liberal fobl last ' on n scale, is building u tar^ * week. house i\nd barn on his farm twelve 4 -- imiles east of Warner A two storey Put in a with heaps of brick block is to be built at Wara.�r i enemy. (as soon as brick can be secured. Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y ? t Y � Y Y Y Y v Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y v r v Y Y Y Y Y Y v v t X t Y Y Y AT NCE AN CASH JOHNSTON has decided to make a specialty of A 4 Therefore will proceed to clear out his stock of AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS Examine the Price List T Y Y T Y 1 X \ Felt-Hats Caps Coats Overcoats American Fedoras ... $1.2o Huffalo Uramt (black nnd nutria) 4 4 1 IWlmont ftrnb Ilattersby ..... 1 Hints . ..... r*ltt'to 2 piece Stiils L\2."i to X.2." .1 piece Suits 2 To to 1 no W hit e dress 81 . In White, .collar attached p."�c White bands � t $1.00. Notflig.; 00c to S1.2.Y Mbick sateen r t.aurier Fielding Firaphi** Hroad IVrhy .. .lob line 2o e.�nts. in cents. 2o cents. |0 cents lo cents. \n cut Ktblu-il wool l*Uvce . .. Fanc> stripe lo ivnls 25 to (utv So cents SWK \TKHS. F�rey ........... Mixed color F Hi? Heather * ****** T>0 cents. HO ts-nts. \�u c *nts. BEST CHOICE NOW. TERMS CASH. X Y Y Y Y t Y ? ? t T 5! ? Y Y V A DAILY PAPER. 8 o:o^:o:o:o]o:o:o enterprise entering the daily newspaj�cr licoi The first, issues art? very creditable a&d cover the local, district, and general new**, ikorouKhty Very few cities of the .size of I^* h- ln*ie rcccivetl at th!s office until \Ve *.r tuoro years H haa l>een ir exiwtenee It has flourished until now it is fthta to issue a daily in a cit\ that wHhtn Its own memory hail terk- stntal! pretensions ine N* * v\ s _ Hit some rustling lor s.ivi�e on the south line It h�dp |.t*th)�ri mail Lumpier. Mil I Plans uml s|K'ciAcivt.ons can bescen 'and fornw of tender obtained at this ^m tfist t., Department on application to Mr. It. .1. Manson. Clerk of Works. lOdmon-M. Lyman are the ton. Alta.. and Mr. d. (irvenfield, Supt. of Pubbc Works, Winnipeg. .jnd Man. Mr Persons tendering are notified that tenders will not 1*? cot-aidered unless RE-ELECT MR. ROGERS. GOSSIP By .* ON THE SIDE r�Mkr Tho Ilotuld would ftke lo s,-e an effort made to induce Mayor Hog^r* to become a candidate for rc-c.K�'i  Ion, Uc has made u real capabl.* Mayor and it is a pity that hi* experience and energy un; to lost L _ to tho c.ty. Just when the eHy most rtfrpdres them. Mr. Rogers is always aggrcsMM*. ]le bclle%*es In a "UuilduiK I'p l^'U-brids^" policy and that hi the sort of roan tho city requites ut the �A0t period of its history We pn the climb to tho top now iHWt safo, ex|�ericnced men *yor Itogcrs to guide us. UDW TO IN.II HK VOt H TOWN. Mr. und Mrs proud grandparents of a bonne ug t� inn n ha ve so 111 t i i farm north of the town and .o 0:0:0:0To 0T0 o:n rv o;o;o:o: 0:0:0:0:0:010:0^ Kach t 'tuter must Vh' acconipaniel i the city. Mr. Wood is a IVterhnro. Out., boy and while here iYn*Nuduc- 1,1 kpiaintuncv with (I IF �f�dinston and \V A Hvtcbanan an 1 it 11 J 1 li you wish to .njuiv your towi. jfrbrrd. (' ,1 Fekstorm Mr I Wood is buy nothing at home that you can ,�mJ the most ^incessiul m*tvh*nts get el.S4*where. and if you are in busi ] In Ferni.'. j|,. 4i brother oi i: U ness .Ion t advertise. IWood. a director ot th.- Crand Tr ink -- . . Pacific railway The |M,rk sea-ts. says the (Wll. 1 Hon. Dr. U-V�U-r arriv,d ia go under the tend,,- care of Iluglil,lty |ttSt uwk u|||| w||| ||>||M||| im. K.vp ttwtii Jsoim* days. |ms to i�. i,iotta^., . . . 0 Mlifar tho io*V'tiiiL' of pariia/neitt ,,n up straight, so that peopl. ,ui -s^WmU-r -J. Mrs. |k.Ve|.,r ,.....u and their, next suiuniei without having �.� jaj (>ltw ( Ue put them on their f�\�t is Mini''' prepare ott for the winter warm llu^h. and leach them t dig wa and will remain th.MV dur th*� session The |>r. LETHBRIDGE'S FUTURE. On the Crow's Nest road Iwtw 'optimistic tpun ever about l^i-th -1 bridge and iroin the talk outside it .ls going to a biu city in a vei> � few years K. IV* Taylor. niaiin^iM' of the Merchant's lumk. (*ul|rao, ^p.-it _ Saturday in the city. M� dust a word ubtiut tlu- Hera* I l� U,� ,K-**^ld that he nota-ed 1-Our subscripti re�ideiitial portion of ,The Herald will continue to ffp..� the jlho cll>'- Kl**ce he was tost here Urplo Spring?* and other points en people a weekly pn|w�r that will have ' *KlCiH* if n,B *uwl a".v conaei- C.P.Tt. J-and is ludng bought ur ,up, ljK) n(.tts, as well ^.s special ar-iion niln establishment of n \ ovor Ulis distidct and live, etvi* ticU��. upiry. hrigUi and inVer-s-.ins. ,l|,a'�h of the Merchant's Hank b.-iv IcAnwrican farmam are preparing Herald fcls it has won the nn repliext ivost einphal icall.v No' occupy tho faruw they ha\e friendship of the Uwhbridg^ peopk rclm�od .In the ako l^ibor its aa htsrtuntv of b-'asion, Co/to thut town anym^ht ^0 wook and you will find evefv 1 filled up with landseekers Two American girls who umrr.ed lit lis! l-Uiropeans are get ling div- r-ces. Serves ihein right. Any girl, who weds a man for his title, de--'� ' Nerves all the tninisbtaent. unh ipP.v Mhbridgo and Craaay th.-i � domestic InV may bring her. romimiH to*l>o a big influx of . - _ feers within the next your. Few people realize tho number oi d seekora that are Invading this , aa well as Tabor, (Irasav La*i. i'it bunk, made payable to the ord �r the Honourable the Minister of Publie Works. e,-pjaJ t fitrfeiteit if the person tendering decline to oiHer into a contract when called upon to do so. or if he fail to complote the work contracted for. H the ter.dor be not accepted th.- cht�epartm*-ii( do-s i�>l bind lt- ^*!t io th.- Ioor uny len- der, Mv Drdi-r. Secretary. lieiiiUM tn.'id of |*i|b|ir Works, Ottawa. October 'JO. 1900. \*e\vspa|K-rs insert ing this adver -u^-eiti.-nt vithiaU authority from the Itepnrtmwit will not be for it- SAFES! SAFES! SAFES! You ought to have a small safe your house Monthly Payments The work on the d. I). Jiiginboth-and hop.- 10 retam it all the timo. iim block was tMaycd for soin,* ume W  wdl do our best at any rate. jawing to the pressed brick. uMch hail been ordered not arriving. (\�n-W part with !�' K. Simpson as Itractor Virtue wer.t to Okotoka iasi ��r partner in the publication ho [week and aivt bv tho kiln until he y flock in thore da% ,roiu Mn- lcthbridge Herald with r*grvtt that BttW Ule hot brick taken out is dnejwr than written words � Un cartod to tt car and started on :(a tell. Simpson is the best fellow we WnT to Lothbrktge. The brick ever worked with. He knows more riv*d about the newspaper bimiaess �ban 'balng laid. Tha basomoM of the m w lots of men. who are at tho hojwl block has �v�n completed and i' is , whore onJy dug mations now of much tturgor papers than h*� \h. ;W ti� C-.P-R. lino aanl of here.iUo is a ^ewspaper man from ear�y floors ana perfect. The east port;on ill-bo thriving towns -vith!n,orft tit! late at night. Cranbrook of tho basement will be uso0 WOHi , . Coal is Hkelv at numt |h " �uUiri>vlR�' Jlot1h *lUtt8 hftVe >wn i*>n aa a aoKi,,^ room for the p *t-toal is likely at mm kiipt |n. U)0 front ,Jy hiH lllTO8HUti off)co w m entiro counir>*! publicity campaigns. ta, 'Iowa and tho Oakatas, ami > rtotoly boron* tlwy Icavp, they ha so d section at Least. At does this mean to I>ih- ? Simply this, that in a few Frank Hyde spent Sunda> at I'in- It is said a Hour mill will he located at Taber Ijofore aext fall \le\. |{ob��rtsou the sho.*p rancher. exp.-cts lo spend 111*' winter '.a Sc-u- land .1 A Macdonald uttemltHt a irvt- uy; oi the Provincial architects at Kdinonion this wev�k. l-higimx'r II. Murgatroyjl camo up from lcthbridge today to assist bin family in their removal to their new homo .n that town. They expect to 'id jjonvo Monday next.- Cranbrook Herald. Write for particulars or better %tillf come and see in a day'� time nnd is now a largo, woll built piaco. Tho cement nonoaih ih-> sidewalk �w very The following new phones have been installed: 17-1, Dominion Kx-pivss; I7d. Can. Stock and drain Co.: 177. C. \V. Daniels, tvsrdence; 178 Hoy Shafer. drayman; 179 Wi-gand lluck and Tmuator Co. A. I*. Yeulo, tho Taber contractor was in tms city Monday. Tho build big business is hustling at Tabor Office, Conybeare Block. P. O. Box 114 Lethbridge, Alberta Tho ronmiiiH of tho lato Ho\\;*inl look* j>rosi#orous but llwt Calgiiry \h \ A Chinese restaurant han hming. lla leftlast j Trout Ijaku district'. Ho is making on Thursday. even-ng for lcthbridge. Mr. O'Kelly Xalson his headquurtors- Nelson U, Tbore is no bettor knows ne^vs - el in every renpoct. up with tho work. says that everything on 'tlw C. News. enf'd in tho brick block near tho dt-pot. Tho plan for tho Lyceum Course will bo placed at �l. 1), lllgln'ootham* The* Jubilee Sing^m Secure will appear on Nov. 10. [seats early. r - �-T ;