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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIEE HERALD NMOllifi utf SCTBSCRIPTlDN a year Is V Schbojs are delighted wHh the Teach ers It means two days of Shall the name lielly River be changed If what shall the name Marys or will be still greater and that growth and the greater prosperity thut is to coine to Lethbridge will be vastly by the fiHun of the Herald as it has by the aid Wtere tlu Money bem dxidedly remiss Ju its Aid Oliver with evident of these cases andv there no such delay as Ives law to me soems to simplify tho tlfl muring Ixijng opposed to the the jUaH better could be installed more himself or to S J liarclay toot aj for procedure ami etubjesi to collect wHh vyryVlittW coit view of the gas prob doubting Hurt gas could7 K SU Ratepayers lcen asking whtrji ami thai if it it would spcnt3 who i ours LivSS LAW COSTS Xov 9 Discussed Water special meeting of the f j T night when the im ADVERTISING assessment local ity and viewed wiUi disfavor k proMinunt 5 and coittmuy thciv Ujing no ap f The Council also city had to show usand dollars sKtiatioiJ in regard principal is accounted for b ef supplyand the advisability of I Do hot forgot Hute liklihood of Salaries interest principal Keajember that your Executor haye experience in L THEWryNDJjgWJgE Capital and OCO or Lothbriuge Judicial District 711 First Street West Corner A mt their community it called upon1 vho scvk position w i r i 1 eihbndsje welcomes the teachers iheir own ends who wish to r r i u i of Southern Albert a to their firsLcon gam accomplishsel 3 r i Grassy Lake nioiv have interest lii during the last support of our familiesto arrive IXiko the Da having come to the throne require intellects of the to theyea re go jvcg thc city called upon to ability as a diplomat and care judgment U is a rec particular in it i i i that there is no 01 anexecutive bodvi x v LUeuairs t worlds peace than that of and prospects are tliat 7 Fuel I again the last six years he1 Bowman in the chair the city miC fntcriiaUoiJJnUrost Both are trOuWcS ftn i ol oi sound A mono njs and all reports the farmers are enjoying a pliMMmt surprise by the ib1 yield ol A number of thy fax mers had considerable Flrtchsr claims a yield of bu shels to the This should be givaur lining the someuhat during the case of liie the of less than 2UO gallons per IK available for fire quantity would supply only one HiieK I of jfe that the presj ent submcrgcd line of piie bn extended LOO further ui the riv er to tfivf greater filtering asked where themoney was to come acting that the situation was KO that it was nrKont to have the work done at Jf the nitupayers the the f i om We are certainlyin a position to talk business n Just taken into stock not satisfiLHl to providing the necessary would have to be lheof the j U0m Mayors chair will well either Major Gaiimmh orAHlP 1y his popular ity is ever on the increase and today be well sxr honest men Mayor Oalbraith asks for a second his record for the past he should Bowman enters the field the request of a numler of infiueirtfal and trusts to his ten vears the city and past yea plc whafcevcr Vc Adding safe Ottice an niture Qcient to convince the settlers of tie uatei qualities of land around Grassy for wheat r Coal Company Arnold said that every knew that the pressure was pumping engineer not been able to get the stand pijo 1 ne Lake T than twothtrds lull for some has openeJ up a new coal mine a mile and half south of Thoyf and luis an interest in their affairs kindlv V for everything th ttclfn e past yea Canarla heart responds strains of Save great majority J of Citizens will filui it difficult to S Uml Ulc hcartfclfc wish OI a choice and the general anfl chairman of the finj Lanarla anc great majontv thc is that by the victory of the one ihe will be deprived of the services of the Caiialiul is that hc us Capital subject to Sidewalks Crossings Roller Grader MaieriarYard Sheds Isolated Hospital Fire Hose Council adjourned for half an xery busy their Jlollr lo Eugmcers ArnoW order to put on a night shift to to with M fw t them to fill the hirgu number Vrooman of tho 01 orders that are coming in every toe They have a very fine quality of coal much resembling the Gait t j The Company have a large an The Turpin Furniture We guarantee a square deal to all who trade After considerable discussion a mo tion was passod ordering the work j to be done at I Cunningham ahought that the 01 men putting m another qim I i fictions for Merchants Bank of Canada Our Threa Aldenncn good levelhead i Ixithbridges postal revenue IE 7only are prepared to cxccedetl by two cities in Alberta ac their and to carding to the Postmasters report theinteresta of the nine mpiiths March Jmust search out best and Uere arc the figures upon them to accept vVJ of the larger places the province could be ruu re faith Wotuskiwjn V of Chairman f be The two members whxjss terms Galbraith should bo re Jethbridge Hat rrotcstimt Public School Taxes Separate School Taxes siding which will a greatad vantage to the ssttlers unloading tlie Grassy Lake Coal to load cars of They propose loading cars on the new sidsncc Armel two or 1crry luis his new livery barn about com pictod which presents a good appearance to that part of thc as it is a fiiiestructure when intends having it and open for A new blacksmith shop is under had construction and will ie open for on bylaws and for municipal elections should be published for infounation of the the listhad been posted in the city office since last August and that very few came to look at escape on Friday at noon whilj oh in lhe near fllture ing the He fell from the SHimfth has a world wide reputation top andgot m Between thc elevator a blacksmith and is prepared to and machine but escaped with guarantee satisfaction in all kinds of sprainefl ful or show greaUr interest and intclj Strathcona and Ijawia touie spent Sun Thu matters The revenue for some of the places in this districtis as follows Card day evening with ing to danc Othe rbsignations of Freeman and Macbeth make two vacancies38 tf to be filled by ner Ar position Mag on the School Board is one of most responsible in the giftof theiinclier and should be given to men will who have an jntoUigout interest The number of money orders issued at Lfthbriilge was their value being over The postmas ters allowances total about Stewart secured for A danco was given at Harry Rey noids bitt was not very largely at all being tired of thresh ollice t is doing a land fn fact it has been taxjd to its since it was oixned up by Eng t lishs patrons report good trcatmant accounts lurgelv for hiy busi Hcports are that Ed Reynolds will be in IJowviHa Word has bccnj Two curs of export stock were by his brother Harry that shipped a ago by Wai work education and proper appreciation of its 3Iust Have a Post The revenue of the Lethbridge post office as given in another column proves conclusively that this city is entitled to a post oilice builrt ving than MeUicine should this favored as well The is we do not keep banging for Keep demanding this convenience and we will get it and Hot before l The location of our public buildings W an Important It would be an excellent thing if we could set enough land in the centre of the city for city that we must soon have the new court and the post If the Mounted Police barracks are erver abandoned we might arrange to secure that property from the Domin ion and create it into a park and use the present public square for iiose new These matters cie worth considering at any in Lethbridge I A next car carrying the mails to and from the The Alberta Railway had an income of 5726 for carrying mails Thanks The editor of the Crnnbrook Her wishes the Lcrth bridgc IToraltl many returns cf its birthday in this Tho Lcthbridgc Kcrald is now two years old and is one of the leading papers of the great province of Al berta and is recognized as a power in Missic AS Lake is certain ly a stock hipping There arc twentyfive orthirty cars of stock shipivtl every month during the soa j About throe hundred people were There are some reports of a y church on Monday cvcning when representatives of the Westminister Guild of Knox Church and thtEpworth League of Wesley Church debated the subject Besolvcd that claim of foreign missions upon the Canadian church is strong cr tiiat of home side opened the Austin of the rtehato for tho affirmative vrtth sjccch dealing with the greater nec essities for foreign Irving followed with a scholarly address on the importance of a Canadian nation founded on Miss Har the building up of thc southern part thc made a tell mg speech on thc greater resets at tained in the foreign Cope upheld the home mission cause from thc financial Taylor told of the greater blessing of the church because of foreign mission ac Miss Ifcnnott lor the nega in a clever speech refuted many of the Naturally we feel proud of the progress that the Her ald has made as we startel the pa per and named it after the old reliable Cranbrook It was an opportune time for the establish ment of a second paper in Lclhbridgc and the Herald took as its Print the Voters Tlie Herald is every day more con that it is in the best interests it was due to his ability and encrgy Watch Lethbridgc and ad which hered to that policy from that time to and there is no bettor newspaper man in all the Iecamc associated with us the leader of tlw aflirnmtive in clos ing tried to judges and inc trccision to J i i IITC HHirmaitive the narrower m the puhhcation or this ami j T of the citizens lo have the voters that the was soon placed on lists printed and posted in many the high road to Although places throughout the city that Buchanan still holds his interest cry person may have the privilege of in the for the past year restaurant opened up here in order to provide for jhe travelling public uho are visiting the town in goodly OUR LETTER BOX 1 reviewing them without having to go has been in Edmonton occupying thef 10 thc city office to study the single position of provincial VCIT Plcns sible margin out gave debating honors to the Twenty Sunday School pupils gave a missionary exercise in a pleasing Ttefrcshmeuts were scrvetl bringing to a close he j in inc sailt copy Other cities havv print IX Austin has had editorial ed Lethbridge should And th Every member of the the week by returning officer and others arc cn better titled to have copies and to give the typewritten or lettercopied is no small undertaking and To rewrite a list of seven or eight hundred nanes takes more time than the city official should such i simple Herald has gone lecoming a week by doing that A report from Ifegina says Clifford Sifton will not in Brandon but will oppose in more and more for the advancement of Lethbridge and the betterment of conditions in that And the First Municipal Gun Last Saturday evening in thc La bor the first public discussion of municipal nITairs with the election in view took There was not people of arc the right a big crowd but Oliver Cun They showed their apprccia tion of u live newspaper by the Herald one of the best paying weeklies in the The business men said that they would stand by an uptodate publication and they have tione The Herald will be a ami Nimmons made thc meeting decidedly interest as a city father of long defended the action of the councils for the lost few years there by drawing the fire of Barclay still greater paper Lethbridge I who that the Council had To the Editor of The As a workingman I do not agree with Ives criticism of the Small Ordinance in your paper last It is all very well for this gentleman to complain about the fees of the lawyer hit but heaven knows the lawyers have plenty of chances to make up on the larger cos esf I thinkthe Alberta government is to be commended for this If I go to a grocer and order goods and the grocer gives me credit he is taking a If he finds I cannot pacy the account when expected he sues me mul if Ives had fais way the law costs in the action could be made more than the account dont want anything of that u all may get into debt sometimes but most of us are anxious to pay though we cannot do it just when we Ives would like to see us sued and mako ui whack up a bill of costs As you explained it is easy for the merchant under this act to proceed to collect without the services of a lawyer and thus avoid This ought to be satisfactory Yours A TOTLKKf To the Editor of The Herald I understand the Small Debt Onlin ancc the same as thc law in Ontario and aims to prevent lawyers pilingup bills of costs in small seems to be Ja sensible I am also told the of the District Court with sittings at every important point in every judicial every month or so will expcttiate the settlement At the At the Bijou tonight and for the remainder of the week the program Footman The Drawing and Dick Turpins Ride to Xew The illustrated song is The City is Xo Place Jor You After the song the following scenes are given Herring the Mon key Family and the Green Crowds going every Come with the MONTREAL ESTABLISHED Paidup Reserve Total TO DAY IS OURS Yesterday is tomorrow un born and I sell PERPETUAL Calendars which prove TODAY t f Savings Bank Department J7 Deposits of and upwards Interest paid BKAFTS Letters Credit and Special attention of Farmers and Ranchers BRANCH Teinporary Oliver Secoiid floor f R Manager 6 3 you can have local view Post a la and ALL other kinds at cents For excellence of work see win dow SAGE Picture Framer Only a Few weeks left in which to get those Christmas Pbetes You should leave your orders early and thxss avoid the usual holiday CONCERT By LOCAL IK I Wesley Church ON 15 TOMORROW at 8 ARTISTS Xnn late of Miss of soprano so baritone Ff late of Miss pipe ADMISSION FIFTY CENTS We have something entirely new for Lethbridge Liberals meeting of the Liberals of Lcth bridge will be held in the Knights of Pythias Hal on the evcning of 22 at 8 oclock for the purpose of choosing delegates to attend the Convention in Medi cine ITat on Xpv26 when the candi dates for the Tloxise of Commons will Christmas You should HANDFORD All Lilwrals are urged be pjjre 2 GOD SAVE THE KING Dtint Wait Until the Week before Christmas t your s HOLIDAY PHOTOS See the expert Photogra and sittings 1 CRABB Redpath Lethbridge EVENING OF SONG ft STORY MISS MAE MCKENSON Vocalist and Guitar Soloist 1 MISS HELEN BADGLEY Reader and Interpreter j 1 Knpx i 19 1 A liglKlass CMcert 75c ;