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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ; Will be off again ili three weeks. THE SILVER FARM the best known and most talked of property in Southern Alberta. it has been a money maker from the start. ITS FEATURES 2,100 acres, all under cultivation, and now in winter wheat. Better prospects for a big crop this year than last, when the yield was 45,000 Bushels iof Wheat! The entire farm is Kneed, there being nine miles of new four-^yire fence. 13 new movable granaries. 3 miles frontage on railway. Railway switch on land. Plenty of water. Small house and stkbles. Six miles from Lethbridge. Raw land in vicinity selling at $15 per acre. TERMS $13,000 down, balance easy terms. Crop included. Must be sold within three weeks. Soiithard Mock. Lethbridge. C. R. PANIEL, Manager. : W. R. DOBBIN'S j SNAPS i 2 6 lots on Ck)urtland street, at  $250 each.  4 lots, just east of Westmius- \ 2 ter Boad, at $223 each.   5 aci'es, east of FairQroQnds,   at $135 per, acre. 5  6 lots, on Branton street, at * S �200 each.  9 642 acres of fine fatmihg land   north of the river, at J 0 $11.50 per acre. '  � 2,000 acres, east of Clares-   holm, at $12.50 per acre. 2 City Cottseil MccHaf. At Monday night's Council moet -ins it was decidexl to give W. P. Brec. position he has fiUed with.cTOdit to ^1' ^^^^......................*61,137.84 , i,i,,gaif jujti complete satisfaction to Tlio works and proiwity cominiltco jthe city nt AloniJay ni&ht's council was ins'tructed tomako .siJceific reconir i moating. Mr. How man will tjutt the mendations regarding the securing of a crusher, a grader, ami a roliev, giving auotationa. Ujr balance Jan. 1, 1906 f Sundries � 521.90 467.40 W.R DOBBIN I DEALER Ur * Alberta Lands aad Lethbridge   Properties. f Room 1, Southard Block * Phona 122, LETHBRIDGB,. ' ALTA. Licences ScalcH Pound Boga Finea Poll tax Taxes Total receipts 2,791.00 208.90 140.00 184.00 415.00 357.60 30.748.01 Hugh Scott, strwt suporintcnclcnt, rocotaineuded to the works tind property committee that 2000 soocllinss be secured from 'tlie Dominion gov-erhtnont. A similar tjuantity was obtained three years ago, and set out in W. If. Fairfield's nursery, and they are now young trws and will be planted, but to ornament the streets tliis season. 'Phe trees arc ash, elm and cottonwocd. Sccretar}' Treasurer Bowman explained theft app,'ication had already l:een made for the seodlings. 35,366.41 $35,833.81 EXPEN-DITUBES. To Rwrkcts and immigration ..........................$ 120.16 To works and property .... 6,894.25 To health and relief ....... 1,084.43 To license and police ...... 2,422.09 To Are, water and light 4,098.55 To Finnnce ..; ............. 28,483.90 To lialance due J�n. 1 1907 .................., ..... On the recommendation of the Ore, water and light conuiiittoe, it was decided to purchase the following supplies (or the fire department: 4 signal whistles, 1 alarm bell, 6 rubber coats, 6 belmots, 1 pair of blankets for team, 1 pair of halter bridles, 4 hand lanterns, 1 red lantern, 2 torches, 4 ladder ibclts, 4 smoke protectors, 2 reducing nozzles, 2 gongs (for hose *va;.;on and engine)' a hydrant valves for 2i inch hose, and 1 hydrani valvo for suction hosp. P. L. Kalsmlth, general manager of the A.K. & 1. Co. wrote stating that tha company did not keep a man exclusively in the cngins-rpomi at night, and expressing the opinion 1 269 57 ' ^^^^ company's stoam ' n* night for siren fire alarm was job on April IsL and the city viWX immediately adverbiso for applicants for the position. Ha also resiigns *ho possession of assessor, to take effect iniinjsdiately. 'i"he rp-ason for JU!".'^liowniai�"s itjs-ignalion is his decision-to dcvoto his entire time to his large and rapidly 'increasing pi-ivata business. The council accepted Mr. Dowmjan's resignation with keen regret and adopted the following resolution: "Resolved that the resignation of C. B. Bowman as .secrotary-tpeasurer and assns.sor' be accepted, that of assessor to taljo place at onoe, and that of ijocrotary-traasurer on Aprfi 1. "IteSoIved that the council desires to e.vpress to. Mr. Bonman its pro found regret at the necessity for his resignation, arid l>egs to assure 4iim of its bast wishqs for increased success." C. .B. Ilowninn is a blue nose, that is he is a native of NoVa Scotia, but is a whole hearted westerner now. He has l>eun living here since 1889, and was appointed secr(?t/ary-troasiirer in 1897. The water, works report for 1906 j *���'-'''�'� P'-*'="'^*'^'''' ^J^' man might be sonnewhero else when ntddod. The letter' was rofcrrotl to the Are water and light committee, to 800 if the whistle could net be operated from the station 'by an electrical dovicci. was as follows: Receipts:- Water Revenues Rates nod Me- , ters ...........$12,588.14 Builders ......... 480.05$13,068.16 House connections ... Material sold .......... Frontage rates ....... Sundries, extensions inspection fees ...... Total rscaipts ....... and 2,238.37 15^.23 2,132.00 765.11 18,357.90 Expenditures:- Dwelling at pump house...$ 1.047.34 SIX MORE CASES. 'JTbere ore aix uiora ouoa of inaiU-at littrling.; Tto^y Ar9^ confinod Jthe /anUly er of ydtmg people took advantage of the Chinook, and in-dulgod in ...a very enjoyable sleigh ride laSt cvioning. After which re-fi-oshmonts w^ro S'srvid in Kean's rcslaurunt. Mr. Han':lford, the |>opular jjhot-graphor, will have. his studio on Round Stroat, roadj' for business on Monday iDornint;. His studio is greatly, improved, and enlarged and he has every, equipment for doing firs't-cJass wprk. A 6'oloct Cohcert is Ixjing armngeil to take place in Wesley Church Tues-'day evening under the auspices of the Choir. iind-Voung Men's Clu'b. Some of the be.9t talent in the city win appear upon the programMie, including some who T'll hoanl for i-ho firijt time.- ' - - Rev. J. H. Hidden, D.D.. Principal of Alberta College, Ed�nonton. who was announcecauso ho was refused a drink by a local bartender, cut the latter's wris't wi'Lh a' buckle, necessitating the applica tioo of several stitches. Th'O bar tender in self defence bit Coohran'o' over the head with a bottle and he had to be stitchod too, Cochrane was fined $2 and costs for Iwing drunk and disorderly. An "Irish Evening" the thiid of the National evenings l)cing held by the Young Men's fcluib, will itakuplaoo in the Y.ouhg Men's parlor, Wesley Church, this evening; A good pro graninie will be g-ivcn. Everybody welcome. Reserved seats for ladies No adtnissioh fee. These evenings have been enjoyable and are growing in interest and attendance. Rev. A. H. Ranton, a well koown evangelist who has conducted ser�-viees in Ontario, Manitoba and tha Eastern States, will beg'in an even-gelistlc campaign in Wesley church on Suniloy. Feb. 17th. Mr. Ranton is now conducting services at Modi-cine Hat, which are proving very succL'Ssful. Rev. J. M. Harrison,who is invited tp assume the pastorate ot Wieslcy Church noxt Juno, writes in a private let'tcr, tnat TAr. Ranton is doing splendid work, preochiing powerful sermons, and employing methods that coimncnd tbeineelvos to the people. Special services are being held io, Wesley Church in onr ticipation of the coining of gellst. A 'rartkit corps Js to lie ors;un.y.cen enrolled: The organi/a -tion will be known as '''Let'abiidse Cadets" and will Iw conducted ui..tbr rigid military discipline. It will la non-dbhpminational and any hoy u!>-ovc the age of ten }-eara may apply for a position as a recruit Drills hiM \yv hc^d once a Vt>'eek in tlic; evening and will consist of aqiHtd, coicp and battalion drill. The cadets will go into camp in all probaiMKty during the . month ol July fo days at some conventent plam n ar the city. Equipnirot of arms r-' uniform will be arranged for A gymnasium will also he p o'C dv^l Eye Examining Is a very delicate business. It leqaire^ experience, a knowledge, of opt\c8, and the necessary instruments. We are fully eiu'p-I)ed in all these particulars, and can determine with the utmoat accuracy when a person shdidd wear glasses, what sort of glasses they should be. and we will supply them at the Icwest possible prica. Wheh these advantages are so handy, donH yoo think it would be a mistake to do without glasses? Any error of vision is alto(;ether too imiMrtant to be neglected. Let us give yon the advantage of our facilitit s. OREN, the speoialiet, at, R. A. WRIGHT'S Jewelry Store. COALDALE NEWS. DEATH. Mr. H. A. Sugsltt went to Cal-twe'vo 'gary "n a business trip Tuesday. Mr. A. H'aley returned last Mon -day, after a throe weeks visit/through Iho Stalos. He went by tha way of the G. N. R,, returning on tiw CP, II. by the way of Winnipog. , II10 passrngcr trains help to Mvon HKHNBOTHAM-At I.