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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTHBRTDGE DAILY HERAM Saturday, Novcmbci' 0,1D12 CREDIT IS GOOD! PI This means that you can furnish your entire house with every convenience for a few dollars. , It means that if there is anything lacking in yoiir home, whether in parlor, dining room, bed room or kitchen-you can get it now and have the pleasure of using it while you are paying for it at your convenience. We make our terms very easy, and no matter how small your earnings, we will make the terms to suit your income Picture Fraimng a Specialty Second St. East, Calgary, Alta. The Alberta Outfitters Dominion 61k, Lethbridge, Alta. 405-7 6lh Street S. Phone 1735 PROBLEMS OF RAYMOND town -would go in llir hole. It would, he sail], take $2000 over the taxes to meet expenses. On motion oi Councillors Powclsoti & O'Brien the petition was tabled. A petition from W. S. Herryessa informed ihc town that he had purchns-! cd the lot north of his present pro-Raymond, Nov. 8. - The re&ular ; "'"l/y?" $200 and,; monthly meeting of Raymond town ^''^t his name sl^iuld be put on council was held in the council chain-1 assessment roll. 'Iho bylaw rebec last night with Mayor Evans in sarthn^ the matter was looked up and the chair and Councillors Allen, ^^'"^ found thai the application Council Dealt with a Number of Important Questions PUT A TAX ON BOOK AGENTS EDMONTON HAS A SCHEME FOR FOR ADDING TO ITS \ REVENUE Kdmonton, Alta., Nov. 8.-Book agents are looked upon as nuisances by the majority of the members of the City Council of ISdmonton, which Is o'ericirHicbs" Powelsorand Uawk-;^?"" "0*^0 complied witjii. A ino- arranging to abolish the Ucease fee ine around the board  ''o^^P^'cr. P"t by Councillors system as a revenue-producer. Book 1. j i,  ' ^'''^^^''^'"'^ and HicV.s niul was support-1 ng-ants will have to pay $20 a week After the reading oi the minutes'^I councillor I'owelsoa in tavor of ! J y -o a Tveeic ami communications a petition was granting the re-mpsl. Councillors Al-presented from \Vm. G. aieeks asking ,p, O'llripn oppo.sed and the town to pay the cost of puttinj; ,, � ^ , , ,,,,,,3 piping across^^_ crossings for^a P>pe ,,,, _ ^t^^^^o^^^ maS kS^Iou for the privilege of soliciting, while ^ the tee for a large number ol other tht^ businesses will be reduced to a dol- linc to his property in the south end tiirown out. of town. As the bylaw reads at present water users must pay cost of line from the curb line. A general discussion took place as to whose right It was to pay for these extensions to distant water users, and the council was divided in their exprcs- of eiti/.eiis would 1:c prevent-i �8 will be charged dne dollar a year sion. Councillors Allen and O Bnen p,, ng.xt > miiiubipal election "for license, the plan being to give the expressine; strongly opposite views, f^o^, e.vercisine; a say in, the control city more direct confrol in the regula- ^] ''Ij^ ''^ their propertv. The Mayor advised tha. ,..e ^^s ^ ' 1''^^^^^^.^;^=^'U^^^^^a-^ ai; 1:1:^ ^^i^' ;S in Z ^-f ^ Han.ay company's De- tiire emerKcncios. The lossitiUly oi PfJ'^^rnTe.^n%r;i other users alonsthcjiiie^ Wishing ^Si/^^uS anlliaftr^o wlSl j the bridge over the irrifiatiou canal; on the avenue road leading to Ma-grath. The letter follows : "In accordance-witii an agreement Mr. O'Brien opposed Mr. Week's quest and moved that it be ,.,-., . . , . i op-corn and peanut wagons. It Is expected the big fight will come up in committee of the whole council when the bylaw Is being considered, as at that time the license tees to be charged transient Craders, travelling salesmen, itinerant photo-graphevs and auctioneers will bo discussed. ft is on Top Every Time! Supreme above all others in qual* Ity - raised by merit alone to that proud eminence - Alberta's Best Baking Powder is uniform, pure, fresh-it is Invariably dependable. Your grocer knows it-ask him. i He Got Her Ardent Suitor-I lay my fortunt ad your feet. Pair Lady-Your lortuno! ,1 didn't know you had one. Ardent Suitor-Well, it isnh; much of a fortune, but It will look largo beside those tiny feot. . ..... the use of waler was provided in a clause- that allowed the use of the line if they pay part of the cost of construction. This was concluded in, Councillor O'Brien's motion which' carried. , betweeu the municipal corporation ot � the town of Ravinond and the Cana-A. 1). Woollcy was present to ask Korthwpsl'Irrigation Co., dated if tho council would pay the cost of Jtareh 12, I'.lOl,'relating to the con-constructing the lines from the centre struetion and nuiititouancc of bridges oi the street fronting his property to ! across the canal of the conipanv with-[thc frontage line. The line is a priv-; ii,e Unjits ^f the town of Ray-late one, the town paying for only 66 niond, you are herebv directed to refect of it. Councillor Allen was of ^ pigee tiie bridire on tlie lMaeratii-R.iy-the opinion tiiat as the water users ;,,ond road in'the west end of llie ! hcncntted were not helping to pay oft town. The present bridge is unsafe any part of the $30,000 \ lliat this request should not ;ed. Councillor O'Brien dilfcred again from Councillor Allen but on motion ."I--.- Luwii. iiie preseni nringc is unsaie debentures .^nd jg obstruction to the running b be grant- of the water in the canal." Ledando Alesandro, of Syracuse, N. I ��., thinks that he Is the champion I �.paghettl eater of the world. Whether ; or not he is entitled to that honor, he i ato t'wo pounds of spaghetti in two minutoB the other day without taking a drink of water. After this acliieve-ment it Is no wonder that he won only second placo In tho ple-eatlng contest which he then entered. of Councillor Hawkins and Hicks the petition was refused. .Will Curtail Expenses A. petition tor a street light on the corner of Third street cast and Second street north was presented by Messrs. Berryessa, Hawk, WooUey, Strong and Dahle. Councillor Allen was of the opinion that every expenditure should be curtailed for the remainder of the year. Ho explained that the town haif been forced into single tax and that unless the license bylaw carried and the fees could be collected from the business men the \\\ cow PERFEGTIQI9 COCOA ''Cx)uWi wait, Grandpa" Cowan's Cocoa shares with milk the first place a� a drink for children. A pure CcMBOAt it contains nerve, (Icsh and muscle  building material. Made with milk it is a perfectly balanced food, as well as a drink the children love. YOUR GROCER HAS IT 208 Th(B COWANCO^ umit�a TORONTO A blue-print and bill of necessary material accompanied the letter. Scc-jetary \Vride repprlcd that Mr. McLean liad called on him and stated that t.*ic cost would be in the neighborhood of $200, and that the fall of the year when there is no water in the canal, is tho best time to do the ' work. The council agreed that the work must be done, but.were not. sure as to how to proceed with it. Councillor Allen,was of the opinion' that the Irrigation company could do ! it cheaper than the town and.on this the council agreed. The matter, how-; ever, was relerrert to the works and property committee. Supervisor's Report ^ The report of i ,Supervi!ior ' Harris' was received and' accepted. In it this otTicial told of connections being made, 30 value boxes cut, SS water users chl; olT, 10 globes put on street' lights, Ilroadway levelled, and a . crossing at NYm.'Mceks' under way. j i\lr. Harris also reported tho work ^ done by his department at the Dry-Farming Congress in connection with ; the Raymond di.splay. � IMayor Calls Down Lighting System Raymond electric light system was up .for discussion. Referring to the ar-, rangemonts governing tlic system, ] Mayor V'.vans said ; "Tho system is in a deplorable condition, i^coplc arc stealing clectricrly all tho time. B � It's SO good know it musi be- WHENCE QUININE COMES Thirty years ago tho principal supply of quinine came from the 'wostcvn coast of South America, although a small amount was obtained from In; dla and Ceylon, The nvorage dulnluo contents of the alnchona bark Is from two to three por.cont. Hotter nietliods of handling tho bark, liowevor, liavo re-suited In recout years of yields of from 5,r> to 17 per cent, In Amstordamiraouthly buIos of quinine are hold. Java, which was scnrcoly 1' In tho market at| first, now sends from ' thlrty-tlvo to seventy Ions of quinine sulphate each month to the Dutch market. These enormoiw increases' In production bavb lowered tlie price uoii-Idorably,' m B � B II B � B � B � 58 ( B fl � V B fl B B Trade supplied by J. S..Fry & Sons, Limited., 123 Banna tynti Avenuti Eaati yVlnnlpaS' '''Ask your {$if!it tor Fry's Malted ?oeoa<^tlic great tiiti'cn^tU builder ioi iiivalUls.''  ?36795 ;