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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ETHBRIDGE HERALD fMNtlNG CO., LTD. -* yoar 2.00 a year ^1 ADVERTISING; Par 1.60 Per Inch ^- The Calf tif Service. orhrtted by tt� futUr* tttoM B 1 of the Humid as It has by the He(* old in the past. t Shall the name nt Nelly Hivor be chatiMsl? \i .�o, what shall the name bo-isl. Mary's Mokiwan, Alberta, or SoiitlS Saskatchewan  1 .�*> i Thof Herald's announcement or Where the Money Went. * been riocldedty remiss in its duly. Aid. Oliver expressed himself, with evident approval from,, the mooting a�j befjng opposed to 'the purchase 0/ the Ejjfctrlc CoA's pln-'t when "a - better oi|t could be Installed more cheaply." jjlr. Uarcia.V who)followod took" a vefy pessimistic view of the gas p~i-ob lent, rlnuhtiiiR thai ftns could tie found, and that if It was, it would thvtepnyers haw liooh asking where th* Jf.o.OOO .pent? dV.iinsf. theVpest' beToif^ to IhV-A 1tf �r I:" Co.- who ten months 'fiytho. cM.v Inui .gnmvj hud the mineral rights for the t.-rfV of these cases and thoro will,,,bo no such delay as Mr. Ives Intimates. The law to me seems to simplify tho procedure and enable v the ni*r07. Discussed Wata)r Supply. QJ\X. UottiiwoA' .tory ~, , ..............Ta�mcnt* given l.|r ti� ivliv nnd vi.>wvd with disfavor' The city is calling for entries in the is accounted for in Uufnintiunt, speuk �� i'v viewed with disfavor' ^v,,,,,,,,,,, No nm{ No (l) aldermanic race to continue the bor-| lie van ted were continued, theiv IjoIiik no ap- is Ait ontgijositlons. Sf�n ;are wAnted who, |mjipy wirh for, men to fill Uiewe Import- atld pes. -  In choosinir 11 mayor, 4 bridge \ifi?en exclaims .schools, salaries, debentures, and pltt "�.v aumunenl '-r unrontnMnhJa exj^mlltuifl. Tl� '�� ^, 11 'MBl' ,,u peals. to kuov, what the city had to show | Th(, (.,nincil also consldtuvd the sor for the fifty thousand dollars taxes )(ms si,lmiti,, ,, tvK,u-d ,to the wnt-prlncipnt Is nccouirtedlor'iiv ibefailt rollccti-d. I ,,r supply and the advisability of ex- ! that in the early wars of the deberf' Aid. f'unninnhrtin went .thorouRhly. u.mH,iK the Kallerles. The en-! t.T.v'the is ihe W.vat,'.r cha.jw H"� i' .� i, ., ' - * , ,MMr,,r f - .*ei*st cdrtiV>nVe(lersonnl rhiiructai', anle bargain forj ,w,t Uw ,,,,,,, ,.,,,,, oulv flvc' i charmee MW,a,v. payment being the satin?. Salaries I iv>lltMltlll the niy and that it was very reas onalile The ,�:io.00(i tu Ik- volvd' was tl>e outside estimate of t'"' cost, liklihood of Its I ethhridite welcomes the tou'hers of Southern Alberta to their first fun Wilt ion.' . , ^ -v.  - � On Saturday. November the-ninth,' Kine Krlward was sixty-six years old and is now in tin- -seventh year of his ivlu-ii, luninit come to the throne on .Ittiiuar.v UU. I'.U'l. The King is -still lor a man of his, * - a T, -\r:i rtroiw and i^-arty ( ne^tw-o^y.. ;U-;hbr.dga-.;, whiclvj () 7 on), |u. ^ ,n,1|Mlll, ifc is. n . staads- dpon' Vl^t�-"'^ld of. RroaL ^ t w,,riijna mnn ^ nill.' gt^. �-n!,or; ^ Interest pr.iicipnl K\|�i,ns.2.Mt.[>ciu. tint) 0^1 .mi tb Grassy Lake TiJings. \ il,>/en families or moiv have ar- hundive 1*1., problems tluil will ivipiiiv the best lntf|llects of tin- city to solve. If evofi the city was called upon to ex-ercfee I'arttcular care and judgment In JIlie^aMoVt ion of an exwutiyl> body I It tR ilifs-yeitr. � J ijtie ]>rcHent prospwts nr.- that the, Mayor's chair will be well filled.. Wifli either Minor fialbraith or Aid-- a crtifan I tow ma n in the chair, tlk- city wilr 1k- well ser\e( influential citiaens anil trusts to his record of ten yeurs lis liocivt�ry*' reas urer.of the city and of the past year ns ^lldermun nnl chnirmar^of the finance conjmittiv. Tg�> givnt majority of citizens will liiul it ililllcult to inn�e a clioice and the general r:t,:i III.SS ce|rtlon of ChaVmnn .1. II. rin-twood IMieonton .................... 31. t.V.> t.1 IBlU�t lie elected. The two members l/'thbridge .................... 8.1i�7.."ii> whpse terms expire. Dr. Calhraith Medi.-ine Mat .................. 7.117n.'I and (J. II. .Johnston, should U- re- "'' 1),'�',' ........................ i.:tlii..'ti� elee'ted. No men could be more faith Wot ask i win ..................... I.iill.iii fill or show greater interest and intel Struthrona ......... ............ -l.7Tl.7P ligouce in etlukutionul mattera than 'vvenue for some of the places the retiring trast�vs. i tdistrict is as follows: Card- , The rX-signatioiis of Mr. Freeman s'��. SI, 127.-:I7: Claresholm. S'J.Hlu.- itnil niore lis Ihe years go by. he is showing Ids wonderful nbiliU as n diplomat and international statesman. It is a ivc ngnirvd fact that there Im no stronger Influencf for tlv worlil's |H*aoe' than that of our sovereign. Time and ' again during the last six years he has by lbs diplomacy and tact straightened out ililllcult international troubles and preserved the peace of r.urope. Among his own people his popularity is t-ver on the increase and today be is without doubt the most popular man In Great Britain. As lie moves among the people they have a feeling that he is one of themselves, and has an interest in their affairs and 11 kindly sympathy for everything that tends to the welfare of the |vo-ple of whatever class they may be. In Canada, ewry heart responds loyallv to the strains of "(!od Save the king" and the heartfelt wisb of every Canadian is that he may long lie spared to rule over us. Our Postal Revenue. Sundries  � K.-llef Medical Supplies pi re Brigade llepairs,. training City lilgbt Puel Sundry freight, cheliiical. interest l�'gal eN|�'ii�.es Adding mai bine, safe Olliee 1111 nit are Supplies Sundry Aicounls, cash I -ost a ge Bent Insurance Capital Pxpendil iirc. subject to liyluws. Sidewalks & Crossings Holler & (�rn\ all reports the farmers are 27.2} >a pleasant surprise b,\- the 17t.tti \ seid ol train \ number of the far-: l.iioiiiiO ni'i-s had considerable �heift Mr. 22 > iV7 A- PI "tch-r chums a yield of Ito lai- Siill.stfi shels to the acre. Tliis should liesufj 4'ntepayers were not satisfied to pass the bylaw providing the hi-oessuryi SI.Son. the money would have to nx� taken from the current revenue from taxes. P.ngin.vr Arnold said that owrv We are certainly in a position to talk business n . Just taken into stock TWO CARS QF FURHJTURE 2Tlio choicest made in Caundn, and we nn� certainly in u position :]to talk values. Our cash basis only makes this possiblo. Our terms are : Spot cash discount b per cent, or two-fifths cash and balance with note, limited time. We are down to bedrock on prices. We ha-vo the agency for the liEINTZMAN PIANO and the greatest line of SEWING MACHINES on earth, tbt> ELDRIDGE 7 etc 117l�> liclent to convince the settlers of the water user knew that the pressure l"71H (pialnies .3t� for wheat growing. i not U-eii able to get the stand pipe,. 17li;t Tin- Crassy Lake Conl Company| more than two-thirils full for some .VJo.OO has o|vned up a ne� coal mine a time. I t:i*>. '"'le anil half south of town. They, -pi,,, c'uru-il adjourned for half an !>�> r�r> a'"e very busy piepurttbt their mine luair to allow Kngituvrs Arnold and 17.-, i;| in order to put oil a night shift to ]{(.|(| to confer with Aid. Oliver and .21.Ill) enable them to till the large numl-er \rooman of the Waterworks Commit: Dl 00 vantage to the settlers unloading |,ul-lished for thcople. and should be given to men who have an intelligent Interest in education ami a pr|vr appreciation' of its importance. I 3Iust Have a Post Office. Tho revenue of the Lcthhridgc post office as given in another column proves conclusively that -this city is more entitled to a post office building than Medicine Hat. Why should Bot this city be favored as well? The trouble is wo do not keep banging way for it. Keep demanding this - aid. P. K. Simpson, wishes the Lcth- 1,22S ,"V.*> Mr. Perry has his new livery barn* SP.I.oS'.l.Ti; about completed which pn-sents a S.Vi.UTii.tKl go'-d appearunce t > that part of the-town, as it i> a f-iie structure when complet.-d Mr. perry intends having it slocked anil open for laisiness. J "Tmm , A new lilacksmith shop is under', Mr. Arinfl Williams had a narrow construction ami will In- |>en for esic Whitney. lirussy 1-ake is certainly a stock shipping point. Tlviv are 1 # I i weiity-li\e or thirty cars of stock M.S&ir, US Debated. ' slnpixtl every month (luring the sva- ^ J sob. There are some reports of a now At the Bijou. At the Bijou toniglit and for the rn-.aiinler oi the \wek the program includes Sambo as pool man. The Drawing Teacher, and Dick Turpin's Hide to New 1lork. The illdstrateil song is 'ihe City is No Place for Yon After the song the following scenes are given: Herring Fishing, the Monkey Family and the (ins-n Dragon. Crowds are every night. Come w ilh th; Tuber. ?l,HH�.ltl. The number of money orders issued at ltiO. Tho postmas-; lers allowances total ntiout S2,.">00. About throe hundred |ieo|iit. \\viv1 ' 'wtv ",v s-ague of Wesley Thanks! The editor of the Cranbrook Her- conventence and wo will gut it and iot before then. The location of our public buildings to an important matter, too. It would be au exoollent thing if we could sot asido enough land in the centra of tho city for the city hall, that wo must soon have iTeeUal, tho new court house. and the post office. If tho Mounted Police barracks are over i abandoned we might arrange to secure Church debated tho subject: Resolved thnt the claim of foreign missions upon the Canadian church Is stronger than that of home missions. O. 11. Austin of the league side opened tho debate tor thn atllrmativo with a Kiworh (k'nling with tho greater nev-, essitios for foreign work. A. Irving The U-thbridgo Herald is now tw0i follovwl whh n 8cho|arly addtvm oil .........i.i ____i i......- ~* i-11-� bridge Herald many happy returns of its birthday in this paragraph. years old and is one of tho leading I tho importance of a Canadian nation goodly numbers. j^OUR LETTER BOX. To the Ktlltor of The Herald,- As a worklngmun I do not agree with Mr. Ives criticism of tho Small Debt Ordinance- in youir paper last week. It is all very well for this founded on righteousness. Miss Hnr' gentleman to complain about the fees papers of the great province of Al bona and is recognized as a power in( r^on"of r.lln�a\Tv7,nade a t,.|l-! of the lawyvr Insing hit but heaven the building up of tho southern parti infx spouch on lh(? tw ' | knows lno , , httVU plunty tl, of the province. Naturally wo fool proud of the progress that tho llor- tainod in tho foreign field. Mr. Copoj chances to make up on the larger cas uphold tho homo mission cause from! Paid-up Capital.. Reserve Funds... Total Assets____ ,.$(1,000,000 . 4.0W.250 . 52,000,000 Savings Bank Department Deposits of $1.00 and upwards received. Interest paid quarterly. DRAFTS and Letters of Credit bought ond sold. Special attention given to accounts of Furniers and Ranchers LETHBRIDGE BRANCH -. Temporary Office, Oliver Block, Second Floor E. W. McMULLEN, Manager CONCERT By LOCAL TALENT IN "''!. ^T, !'!"'!.,:.,a! W,�..!t?,n"Lt,h.� LT.;'iho "n-nclal standpoint. T. Taybirj l� to be commended for this aot. If told of tho greater blessing of the' I go to a grocer and order goods church Ix-cause of foreign mission ac-! �nd the grocor gives mo credit ho is that property from tho Domln- an opportune time for the establish-j ljvjty Miss llennott lor tlw nega- taking a risk. 1, ho tinds I cannot! ion and creato it into a park and tisoj ment of a second paper in LothbriilRo| tiVo ,, ft clovcr s|)w,ch nmny\ ^ tho utcoum M CXI>ccU)tl ht)| |wr and nameit it after tho good, old reliable Cranbrook Herald. It was you can have local view Post Cards, a la Caunt, and AL,L other kinds at 2^- cents each. For excellence of the work see window display. R. SAGE Th* Picture Framer Wesley Church the present public square for ncso: and tho Herald took as iU� motto, now buildings. These matters no "Watch I-othbridge Crow," and ad worth considering at uny -- Print the Voters List. bored to that policy from that time to this. W. A. Buchanan, and there is no better newspn|>er man in all the west, became associated wit.h us' The Herald Is every day more con- in tho publication of this paper, and vinced that it is in the best interests it was due to his ability and energy j of tho citizens to have tho voters'; that the paper was soon placed o^ lists printed and postod in many' the high road to success. Although; places throughout -tho city thnt ev-|Mr. llucluinan still holds his interest' pry person may have tho privilege of in the pninir, for the. past yvur ho reviewing thuin without having to go. lias been in Kdmonlnn occupying tho to the city oiflce to Study the single position of provincial librarian, ami copy there. Other cities have print-1 Mr. O. 1). Austin lias had editorial ed lists and Lethbridgo should also, control. And tho Humid has gone Every member of tho Council, tho ahead, week by week, becoming a of thoir opponents arguments which! 8U0S me um' if Mr. Ives had his way tho loader of the alllrinativo in clos-j l,,>-' mw costs in the action cijuid bo ing tried to reestablish. Tho judges' made inure than tho account itself. We don't want anything of that sort. We all may gut into debt sometimes .1. D. Itiginbothnm, W. Jordan, nnd Uev. Win. Itoid gave the decision to the afllrmaitivo by tlu- narrowest pos- hut most of us are anxious to puy siblo margin nnd gave the debating J though we cannot do it just when we j like. Mr. Ives would liku to see us honors to tho ladies. returning otllcor and others aro en- better pa)ior, week by wook, doing Tjast Saturday evening in tho Im- Twenty Sunday School pupils gave! sued and make us. whack up a big a missionary exorcise in a pleasing! hill of l-osts too. As you explained it is easy for the merchant under tills net to proceed to collect without tho services of a lawyer and thus avoid costs. This ouglit to bo satisfactory Yours truly, A TOlMCKf Ixjtlibridgo, Nov. 0th, 1007. manner. Refreshments were served in the basement bringing to a close a very pleasant meeting. First Municipal Gun Fired. titled to have copies and-to give tho'mora and mow for tho advancement i bor Hull, -tho ilrnt public discussion type-vvrltton or lotter-copied copios, of ivethbridgo anil tho boUerment of of municipal affairs with tho election is no small undertaking and expense, conditions in that town. And thoj in view took place. Thoro was not To rewrite a, list of seven or eight people of iMhbridgo aro tho right a big crowd but Messrs. Oliver Cun- bundred names-takes more time than] sort. They showed their approcia-1 ninghnm, Barclay, and Nimmons! Ontario and aims to prevent lnwyors the city official should devote to such tion of a live newspaper by making j made tho mooting decidedly interest- piling up heavy bills of costs in To th� Kditor of Tho Herald: I understand tlw Small Debt Ordln nnco is about tho sumo as tho law in ON FRIDAY, Nov. 15 (TOMORROW) at 8 p. in. AKTISTS Mrs. Xnn SpanUoram, late of Ohio, reader, Miss Hutt. of Maclood, soprano soloist, Mr. O. Fleming, baritone vocalist, Mr. Ff A. Maxwell, late of Ouluth, Wis., tenor. Miss II. K. Harrison, pianist, Mr. T. Taylor, piiio organist, Don't Wait Until the Week before Christmas for your . HOLIDAY PHOTOS : ADMISSION FIFTV CENTS which to got those simple work. A report from Weglua says that /Hon. Clifford Sifton will not seek reelection in Brandon but will oppose H, S. Lake, U.L\} in Qu'Appelle. tho Herald ono of tho bos-t paying | lag. weeklies in the wost. The businossl Aid. Oliver, as a city failior of long men Bald that they would stand by standing, dofondod tho action of tho an up-to-date publication and they councils for the' last few years there have done so. The Herald will bo a, by drawing tho flro of Jas. Barclay still greater paper for IMhbridgol who thoughjt thait the Council had small casos. That seems to bo a sensible measure. I am also -told the existence of tho District Court with sittings at overy important point in ovory Judicial district ovory month or so will oxpediate the sottloment! Only a Few weeks left in Christmas Photos You should loavo your ordors onrly and thus avoid tho uqual holiday rush. Wo havo something entirely new for Christmas gifts. You should boo it. HANDFORD Lethbridge Liberals A mooting of tho Liberals of Loth-bridge will be held in the Knights of Pythias Hall ..- on the evening of FRIDAY, Nov. 22 , at 8 o'clock for tho purpose of choosing delegates to attend tho Convention in Medi cine Hat on Nov- 20 when -the candi dates for the House of Commons will i he chosen. j ; All Liberals are urged 4o be pqes ent. GOD SAVE THE KINO See CRABB, the expert Photographer, and secure, sittings early, R. CRABB Redpath St., Lethbridge EVENING OF SONG (fe STORY MISS MAE DICKENSON Vocalist and Guitar Soloist ' MISS HELEN BADGLEY Reader and Interpreter t IN Knox Church, i Tuesday. Nov. 19 A Decidedly High-class Concert ADMISSION, 75c 4 ;