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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, October ft, 1913 THE LETUBBIDGE DAILY HERALD Transform Tour Home With the Mew Wall Papers The season is advancing, when you will spend most of your lime in the house. Are your rooms looking dingy? If so, phone for us and advise 3'ou" as to the best way to make (hem bright and cheerful at a small cost. NOW IS THH BEST TIME FOll "OUTSIDE PAINTING WELLINGTON BROS. PAPERHANGERS AND PAINTERS KALSOMININC AND DECORATING Residence: 10th Street S. Stoie: 310 Sherlock Building. Phone 1472. Fhone 1752. WILL PETITION FOR Civic League Formed in Ed- monton With Progressive Idea in View b Latest Rumor at PincKcr Are Decorating the Churches Kitinonlun, AIU, Oct. Civ- ic Government League of KdmootoD, recently organized with James Ram- ic-y as chairman, ami Henry J., Crefl, Oct. town solicitor has an advice from attorney general that the s lix br the preparing a petition to Ihe city coua- town council is perfectly legal. Some ..._.. Roche as secretary and manager, is imposition ol the l cil, asking ior a plebiscite at the business men lave objected lo ccratcr election to ascertain il the claiuiing it to illegal, ratepayers are m favor o! operating J d a ll.e municipality on c.mmiss.on toposin6 [lf Ul. Mr. Lefoatueiv, who so beautllully decorated St. Michael's church, is house wllh wort He is not only doing plan, the initiative anil referen- dum and the recall. Ollhes have been established anil a large committee formed lo make, canvass. the painting, hut is 'fcoroushly reno- D. R. Wilkie Denounces Men who Systematically Knock Western Cities HE CN1D) ft CM Edmonton, Oct. congrega- tion of WM trains ter Presby terlan church has cxtemlftO a caU to Rev. IX N. McLadiltn, pwtor of King MO jnorial chnrcto. ana It is ex- he forward acceptance id a.Ehott time. Ills purenti are re- sidents of HMmonloii. Hli wife IB a Oaughter ol Alexander White of Win- nipeg. They have tjro children. The carries >'lth it a salary of A year, with manie and a inoath holiday- I Rev. Mr. McUchlfin ranVe In the o- what then a mission sla- o, values only, and with the commis- sion plan we will Le far ahead a'iy olher city on the North American continent or the. world. (ion to the audurbs of Winnipeg, has built It up until It Is now a strong congregation. pleaseJ when it is completed. 1 held uractlfe la the m Thursday evening. fellows taking control o! the band. Most o! the members arc Oddfellows :and it secms.rcasonable that it might "Our present is corn- become a greater success if the talk- lacV of fixed responsibility is felt OT jail sidrs and, as the city is growing !nt a rate of from lo 13.000 j London, Royal (ieo- year, many of {he taxpayers r.elievc graphical specially designed this is the proper time to a Antarctic medals will he presented to charter along Ihe lines iff another evening for it, Mr, J. E. Up- ad- Edmonlon, Oct. of tbe dls- cutftoa and criticism reUtlEg to bond Ifisuea In IB created by buc- caueere. who hope to ruin the credit of the clticj, with a view to beating down the price of debentures for their ovrn bene.1t. The bonds of Canadian c'Mes and towns are good, and It ihould not be neceiEary to umko a great dlicount, aa has been done In tbe past" Colonel U. R. ft'ttkie. head of the Imperial Bank of Canada and prest- of the Bankers' AesodatEon o! Canada, made tho foregoing Btate- mt-nt TihdQ he and W. H. Merrltt, mayor erf St. Catharlnee, Ont., a di- rector of the Imperial Uankf in Edmonton on a lour of Western Can- ada, following the bunkers' convention In Winnipeg. "While Western Canada hag borrow- ed enormous sums of money from eastern Canada and Great Britainft" Colonel WUkle