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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAiLY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1909 PAGE FIVE A I it M O I 3; I I recognized worth and is absolutely in" on the fide' of the coulee. It prompt-and safe for the cure of. -1 Coughs, Colds. Bronchitis. Croup, Sore should be abolished and the sides of I or Tightness'in the Chest, Advises Delay This is something that must be considered and discussed by the peo- ple. I would like to see the 'mat- ter delayed until the people have had a full opportunity to consider r n the coulees made beautiful by cover- i au Throat and Lung Troubles. ing. them with trees. More than the sight jthat greets the person coming to the city There are many imitations of Dr. Wood's" so be sure and get the genumV when vou ask for it. of .the houses that .are no credit J Put up ;n a yellow wrapper; three pine the city, in plain view of the train, in plain sight of the women and chil- dren of the city be .allow- ed there. The square that is in the centre of trees the trade mark; price 25 cents. Manufactured only by The T. Milbura Co., Limited. Toronto, Qnt, whether this can better be done by city, called a park, is really an an interurban system publacally own- eyesore. and should be beautified. It ed or by one owned and operated by a company. I think it .would be a mistake to rush the matter through in a most beautiful part of the i council' is to be commended j {or securing parks outside of the city j without having a .full opportunity for but jts first duty is to make the j Only a short distance from a good We can show you where you'll get it, and are offering Fruit Lands in The Fraser River Valley Within a few miles of New Westminster Every facility offered Kinterested you' 11 For further particulars apply the Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Phone 122 Co., Ltd. 1st Door South Balmoral Hotel, Round St. If you wish to. have, a chat with our practical fruit-, grower call, phone or write, and he will call on you J ii' 11 i1 ascertaining all possible information on the subject. Beautify the City Still another very important mat- public square a place of 'beauty. The applause that greeted these various suggestions showed the liear- iv approval of the people present. Lieutenant Stride, who is a typhoid fever patient at the Gait, Hospital, Major Morris, a provincial officer gave Unostentatiously, yet nevertheless surely, there has been taking place in the city a work which not only goes to show that the city has a great future, but that others see it too and prepare for it. In the new two storied brick build- ing situated near the 'corner of- Bur- i Service of song Thursday night in j a brirf address of welcome and ex-jdett and streets engineers Westminster Church.. North Ward at j planation. The chair was occupied jrom the Automatic Telephone Com- LV1E McGUIRE Sol.e Aeents for I S p.m. Admission free. Ri.'V. Father Van Tighem formerly of St. Patrick's of this city, h.-is been Transferred from Edmonton, to su'a.tn- moiv. Alts H. Krug, of lic-rliu..'Ont., head of nanu- -t con-; phones introduced into this province He the Provincial government. Ready SUGAR CO. FJNbD Kniht Suar Compa dav morning" by M. O'Brien, M.P.P. of Kockv j nuorade Suit? legislature to winners. Ycu don't laugh at the by D. Higinboth.-mi a.nd he was pany, Chicago, have been working day supported by Jordan night to have in" readiness for i {lecturer has had .M wide experience i service at'the-beginning of December! I in tlio Array'.s work in London and! the new Automatic System of Tele- v-'-ry vividly the va? to be found t of ;f.h'.: of ih Other horses may be included in the sale. Send particulars to THE AUCTIONEER, Crabb Street. Tetephaae 26! 'd -A SC- iKT'Il ROCKE >Ir. C'-lasspooIc, 1st Miss Llewel- lyn. 2nd prixc. Gtis' suits arc always Colonel nirc. "Midnicltf. Thames Bm- ried women having property their, wa? attentively owa ,11 anie' the right to vote in all at the gal_ r.micipal 'elections and on bye-lnws. >Vrmy barrack? night. week. You just holler and scream. Jn the absence of Capt. Adams who is .ureka this throuffh illness and also of w _ THIS BED LOUNGES, Regular for OILCLOTH .45c for -3Qc DINING CHAIRS for RS for S2.50 RANGES, STOVES and HEATERS.at 35 per cent. off. Come- ami svo us and you will tina ns the ;hoaj the Ciry. Store he Golden West Funutore Co.. j; OPPOSITE HERALD' OFFICE time was spent ihc presc-ntatiOn Cc-nnoisseur -that knows the taste of good, pure -contrast to any of the imported beers on the market. It has the true flavor of the malt and hops'that makes it a soother as well as an invigorator. When you want a delicious and re- freahing beverage in your home order Lethtbridge beer. The Lethbridfe Brewing an4 Mkhinf Company, Ltd. NE taste another taste i To rouse dejected appetites. the [toiler house, men's loo? room. The i ground Ooor contains the manager's i the general office, and the in-1 'specter's office. On the top floor are t.iio long distance toll operating room and the switchboard room, containing the automatic apparatus and wire Ir-hipf's desk. TRENTON TURNED IT DOWN Trenton, Ont., Nov. a vote Jof 580 to 134 the by-law rela- live to the -agreement handing over tlv: Trent River Powers to a com- pany, was defeated today. The coun- cil talks about resigning in a body. TT I'l Woroestcilyhii'es nolbrookts oauce Mute and bottled in EnglMd A CHALLENGE TO JACK CLARKE Lethbridge, Nov. 15, 1909. Editor Lethbridge Herald: I, Kid Pigeon, the Montana boxer, hereby challenge Jack Clarke to a fifteen round boxing conteet. JACK PIG-EON. There's not a Flaxy. a Pall or EDDY'S VVAKC Every' Onfc Solid. Hardened, Luting without a Hoop or Seam. Many other Exclusive art too. when you In, fcttint AM ;