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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1909. PAGt SCVCN SAVE DOCTOR'S BILLS 'By eating clean, well-cooked and wholesome food at THE ALEXANDRA CAFE The onlj White Restaurant in tho city. It costs no more than the cheapest place in the city. We furnish the best the market affords for the least possible cost to our many patrons. Our regular three-course Lunches and Dinners 25c. 30c. 35c. 40c. 45c. and 50c. includes a full line of Vegetables and Dessert N. H. MURRAY, Prop. Corner Kound and Dufferin Streets ;The' municipal rulers of Edmon- ton, have: not neglected the beauti- ful either. The residential streets have been boulevarded and planted with trees. Lethbridge, are proud to say, has kept pace with Ed- monton in this respect. Western cit- ies want and should have all modern conveniences, but it is pleasing to observe .that in Calgary; Edmonton and Lethbridge, civic beauty is not DO NOT BE HUMBUGGED. Dishonorable disreputable yharwa- ceutical concern! flooding tho market with cheap and worthless preparation! to be imitations of "Da. Fow- Journal, Hayes of the Bulletin and Watt of -llKi. Saturday News-, deserve special mention. three gentle- men gave up their entire business during the convention to entertain I the delegates und if the association had the' power of conferring titles this trio would be amongst the princes of tlie realm at the present, time. Mr. Jennings i.s a newcomer to the pro- vince but he has fallen in quickly with western ways and has LEK'S EXTRACT OF Some of these aro even labelled Ex- tract of Wild Wild Straw-; clerfuliy improved the -Edmonton Thmvis no Question about Kdmon- berry etc., in th. hope that-Journal, ft is now a bright and thor ton', .ontmuedVowth. Today build- the public may be deceived and lea to pur-; oaffhly fridi-awake paper. Mr. Jen in.' is" as expend as at anv time chase them, thinking they are getting the mr.gs is a newspaper man of wiac during period of its prngirek The i f ability, .section seems to be working j Are you wiUing to n.kjaarta.lth- j "Mr. Jrf the eparing to en- The front News used in of families for Diarrhoea, j contains about the sanest' comment Dywntery, Colic, Crampa, Summer Com- j upon affairs to be found 4. nu-i__. Infant.um I in the west. Its pages are also adorn- ed with, mighty bright and clever contributions from the pen of Peggy. Edmonton, the Capital City I .be occupied with handsome, home-s and as they in most instances face the river, the bank in'that section will be beautifully adorned, an ad- vantage over the eastern section. Edmonton made a good impression, the visiting journalists, most of whom, had never cast their eyes on the thriving city perched in its splen- dor -upon the high banks of the grand old Saskatchewan. Apart from Que- bec. Edmonton has the imposing location of any city in Canada. In the east .end business houses -have their back doors facing the river and :it 'doesn't look well to the traveller over from. Stratheona. If "Edmonton's business- street had faced the river it would have been the 'best 'thoroughfare in the world even were onesided. Probably the merch- ants of tile tidier days figured that too fine a. view might hold atten- tion of the citizens and._. prevent them frciir) coining insi-de to make purchaser. Farther' west -in the res- the country best known as Peace There is no doubt that these will materially in build- ing up the capital. A city with three transcontinental roads passing through it and with branches spread- ing out over the rapidly settling coun- try cannot help but grow. Lethbridge is destined to be as great a centre in nil Bow the south as the railroads are sure retting what yott for. Manufactured i to to pocket. for imiirt on to make this a T. Milbuni Co., Limited, Toronto, Priw 35 oouU. One of the big industries at Ed- 'monton at the present time is the packing factory. The delegates to the Press convention were taken out by automobiles to inspect it and were as- tonished at its proportions. It is said that the stock, cattle and pigs, is all purchased north of Red Deer strong speech on the the pre5S room animals were killed but Man did.not cut off liis order of pork chop tilt following morning. The site of the Parliament build- ings and the university both caught The rapid growth oof the city and j and "at present the demand is more the admiration of the pressmen. The country about it has placed a heavy I than the industry can supply. Their j parliament buildings are coming al- r-espoiisVtf'1% upon Edmonton but i market is in .Alberta and British Col- like every properly constituted west-jumbia. The factory is a large brick ern city -it is facing the situation wise- building four .stories high, covering ly well. Its principal business a- lot of land. The scribes saw the streets have been paved and it is a pleasure to travel about these sections of the city and appreciation of the improvement is more marked after one has had to go bumpty bump over the unpaved roads Then; as Edmonton is a city stretch- ed