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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta mfiHSRALD f^nuiriiiificd^in.'^ 0. % AUSTIN. Editor aa4 Manager. |OM>AN. Start, tl M Deparloieat. ' "% saBSCRl 3� ADVERTISIKO; ti:60 Per Inch ---- he C�1T ttf ^rvfce: OUR POINT OF VIEW 1^. The^pupi^rdmr9 tfj^ �jV>;000 sptent'0 during- tlieViW ^ teii months 'fcy :,*hoi.c^y has.jjonij^ Ojw. Holiiii-ii.i1 .....*. l^ht HernUrs announc^ient of av,sec;^tary-1^a.suf i�iiy|pttl*er caught thg fancyr'pf Ahe^.'^aJ uronnr^ a . ainy|ptti>er caught th(| fancy. pr^*ne-.-|,^ pnppareit a .s^tcihcnt'gl'Jvn. 1>% public. The Herald is 'tjhe iieoplos \^ ^^-i,, notioe�l that ct n!. paper been tlijcidedly remiss in its duty. Aid. Oliver expressed hinuwlf, �Hli uvide[Ut apprpyal from;,.tho lawtint; b�ijng opposed to 'the purchase of tho KUpctric Oo!;,rs pUv-i' When'a' tetter o�|fc coiiUl Ik5 installed more cheaply." ISlr. ttafctay viho_)folk)weil tookr- a very jvssiniistlc viow of the gas p^ab leiii, doubting tha^ gas could' fed found, ami that if it was. it Would sfc 1 biJrohV ^o "Ufb-'-V. *Hr fr-lT-- t'o.- who hod the iniiK-rnl j-ights for the t?rr^-tory. U. Vimmons pttt forth tlw iilea that tho KliHtric'Ci>. and Sir.' l\;�t wej-e of these caaca anjl there wlliyibo , no auch delay as Mr. Ives intimales., The law to ine �i.*cnis to simplify the procedure and \ehab|e,,^'th� fner( hant'^' ,'to collect with ^ ih|i space, ' ""yours"'truly, ' LESS LAW COSTS? �t�thbridgc. Xov. 12. 1907. In chociing a may Xl^hbl-idji'e wantiS ' a- mayor-three j^djimcn and four tnislecs. The cull is |� an trre, soujid abl a desii-o or a willingness to , ,_ , t.. . I laws on tho 2itli. their commiinUy if callefl upon _ so., 5lc'u V ho seuk position to ..... sbrffe their 6wn en.ls; who wish toj ^olcomos ^\ nnanci^lij. or to aCcoRiplish^.l.; "J ^""'J-^''" tliofc w^'0i:&i4itli'r..the' 'call to%on-i ' -'" Diseutscd Waf^r Svpiplr. Thcn'^'^was*'a special nu�fing of the Council oh /I'uesday night when the a.ssessmcirt for sldpxvnlks, local ini-IK'o^'oinent N'o. a and Xo. 6, -sirwer.s conlirniwl, thciv Ujing no ap- principa tluU^jn,ti\e^ early jix-urs of lIr^ dc^l'c Alfl. CunniniihiiTn wo 11 t'oundl also consiilere*! the ser..-| situation in regard ito ithe wat- j-' >ply and the advisability of ex-,-7 ............. , w(.nt .thoroughly , j,,ii^.,.i,.s. The en-' Tth ' 'i""^"'-'''-' '"'t^^^^^^^ saying.reported that �the fcvel yor.^ .tlio U^th- ^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^^ pass tlH' p�..u>-.Mv. ^ff, that U.o councils oomnvHt�! had so-|.,f untorin the river was 30 low '^''''*^'"^"''f limit the pumps could got only five hundiv^ THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE COMPANY, LTD. f^^^^.^^r�^��t� .^-.�-�|-*�i�^.^5([HieWi-^&ffioe^Tor^nto)A>;^ � - Capital find Reserve, " ' - |2,200,OCO. I Public Administrator for Lethbridge Judicial District. vtD. W. Marsh, Esq. P. Turner Bone, Esq., William Pearce. Esq. Til First Street Wj^st ^Alexander Comer) C�k'.garj. a; Gf. ROSS, Manager. ..��I .'2.-.0.0^ I)(.'l)enturo.s. inlori'S't princiiuil GOb.i>^ l':xpon.se r)tl.l!& i^ocnl �iinpro,\\yiKMa ii)tfre.cnt. Gr&ssy Lftke Tidings. thofc Jrf��f ^IMJ'641' � dn'-SAl^irltoy,�'^*o^anllK>r .t^.^iinlhi! ^fl^'ii^jJ'T''^''-*^'^* ' � I | o 00 drs�to b}a:c�llP,tQ faithft'l- disi^r-j ^Sward w�s sixty-six old p,.i^i ,,veHis:M "lioU,l9 t�t�l, hard servic-e arc qualUiod .to tv;-, j,, ^|,^, ,ovo.rth year of his ^..^.^^ colohralion " 1,20-.. 7*5 cciv^ the support of our citizenship. � tcnnKJco 21)0.10 Stan. pri^leni.s tluit will require tiro best; ^^^^^ ^.^^^^.^ , showing .intllloots of llio city to .solve. If , U.-lief wonderful ability a.s a diplomat and| ^^^^^ evei; the city wa.s culled upon to e-\-^ international .vtate.sniiin. H is a rec ercfee particuU.r care and J"t�Br^"tfait that tlit-; exwaniy* *ecause of the worfc ere is. no -'^I'-'^-ff-^u^..^,^,., wwrl(l"s City Ij'igi^vt freight, dieuiical, otc i Fire Urignile team in pcaco than that of our .sovereiijn. Vpimf and [ , the la.st six venrs ho ,, diplomacy- and tut-t; , , ' , * . . ' Interest it 1 strait?hlctvecl out tlifhcult inlernation- ern^m Bowman in the chair, the city, ^, ^^^^^ -M�.n..os Jlo.lh are able , , i A'f'I'n.g niachine, sine sound business '*^"''�^'v. , , oniee furniture Amomr his own people his popular- ^, ... ' ^^.U ppi K.S ... , itv is ever on the increase and todn.v , , . , Bccdnd teriri\upon his record for the , ' � -,, , , , , ..U ,^..., i t^i'Mlry Accounts, cash ? . , j he is without doubt the most popti- j, ,, past year and because of the work , � /. 1. i. . i U i, ' ' "^t"!?'' . �% i- . . lar man in. drertt Uritain. . As ho ,, . he has cpmnwncea that l.e believ.es he; ' , , ^, H�-nt should be,in a p.5sition.to carry^ .,J,,^, 1 Insurnnc-e through. Aid. llowinnn enters the , . , .  ji �� >treas,^v,^ ^,atevcr .lass they, may be. ? f f url.0)> nii'i's had considcrulile whetA. ilr. 22IJ.07 Kl.>lcher duims a .\ielri of ;?.-> bu- . SOH.S.'") she's to the acre. This should be sut 117.fb licient to convince the .settlers of the 107.qualities of laiid iuNuind Ora.s.sy I..ake 596.3|)' for wheat growing. 4 7.tii! Tiie (Jra.s.si- Lake Coal Company 7)20.CjO has oiiened up a now cuul mine a order of the da.y and b.\ all reports the farmers are .njiiyini;- u pleasant surjirise by the minute, .somewhut giv:>utivr during the. day and somewhat 1ps� during the night. In case of I'li-e the dllTcrenco of less than 2lil> gallons per minute is available for fire purpows. This qunntit.v would supply onl.v one line of lio.s�>. He advisLiI that the present submcrgwl lino of tile i>i|>o bn extended 100 feet further ui> the river to glv^c g|v>ater filtering area. Aid. t)li\or asked where the moneyj was to coii-.c from.- .Wd. Mowman, acting mayor, said that the sitvintion was so serious that it was urgiint tO| have the work tlotie at once. If the. i-ntepoyers were not salisfie^l to pass the b.vlaw providing the nwes.saryj SI.800, the money would have to tK3, taken froin the current revenue from ta.xes. 10ngin;K!r Arnold said that every j water user knew that the iires-sure] was light. The pumping engimvr hndj not b*>en able to got the stand pii>oj more than two-thirds full for some time. The Council adjourned for half an We are certainly in a position to talk bttsiness n Just taken into stock |The choicest made in Cjinatla, ami we are certainly in n position-" to talk values. Our cash basis oiily niakes this possible. Our terms are : Spot cash tliscount '8 per cent, or two-fifths cash ami balance with note, limited time. We 'arc down to bedrock on prices. We have the agency for the tiEINTZMAN PlAifd \ the greatest line of SEWING MAQHINES'b^ earth, the BLDRIBGB v We guarantee a square deal to all who traile here. Our Postal.Revenue. Lelhbridgc's postal revenue i.s onl\' Thi-ea AUieniiDn are, wanted,-three good strong, progressive, level-head- ed.4o "'ile and half south of town. They 90..-VS are very bu.sy pieparing their mine j,o,,. to allow Engineers Arnold and, I.".").13 iu order to put on a night shift to Ueid to confer with Aid, Oliver and ;24,30, enable them to fill the largt" number Vrnoman of the Waterworks Commit: | 4IV00 of orders that are coming in every toe. Vi.00 liny. They have a very fine quality j After considerable discussion a mo- $27,419,(ife, of coal much resembling tha Gait tjon was passed ordering the work-coal. �Phe CP.U. Company have a large " 1,078,(^ ?8,968.(i3 Total cording to th^-interests of the city. -------- nu^t search out the best and prevail I J"'^-'. Here are the r.gurcs for some ' of the larger [places in tho province: thiiii- time, talent, and exr>ericnce to ^' Citizens^ -for the nine nipntlis ending March .^l. rch du n tor Jledi.-ine Hat HeJ JXwr ...... $53,346.88 34,4.19.4.'> .. 8,107..">fi 'upon thoui t(^ accept ofljice. whole scilool *iboard, with thc'-cx- Calgary' ...... coition of Chairman J. H. Fleetwood Edmonton .. ;must be elected. The tw-o members 1 Lethbridge whJJso terms expire, llr. Galbraith an* G. H. .lohn.ston, should be ro- �elecW. >Io men co}ild be more faith' Wetu.skIwjn ..................... 4,941,10 ful or show great�t and that very few came to look at it. to l>o done at once. I Aid. Cunningham 'thought that tho 1.210,(Jo; gung of Mien heiv putting in another qualilications for voters on bylaws 1,082,00, new siding which will tx' a groat ad- and for municipal elections should be 2.435,cipI vantage to the settlers unloading^ published for the information of the 3,15(j.4.aj rnrs of ePfects and stock and also toj public. It was pointed out that the the C,ras.sy Lake Coal Co. to load^ list had been post^.d in the city ofllce cars of coal. They propo.se loading two or three cars on the new siding 18,361.i;7j tomorrow, 1,228,.^>' 3dr, IVrry has his new livery barn' Si9,589.'Jij about coinpleti'd which pre.sents a 5o,y7(J,a>;3 good apiiearunce to that part of the town, as it w a line structure when computed. Mr, Perry intends having! i,,,,,,^^ ^aml it stocked anrl oi)en for business, A now black.sHiith shop is under construction and will Iw o|Jen for At the Bijou. the retiring tru.stees. >: The designations of .Vrmel Williains had a narrow escape on Friday at noon while o|l-! busincs-s in the near future, Mr, ing the seiioiratOr. He fell from the Schmidt bus a world wide reputation Vol) and got in Ixytween tho elevator as a blacksmith and is jirepared to 7,117,03,! and machine but escaped with i'a � iruarnntee .satisfaction in all kinds of 5,310.39 j sprained ankle. '� blacksmith work. Air, and .Mrs. IjowIs Lone s|)ent Sq'n day evbning with Mrs. Peterson. A dance was given ait Harrj" IJey-nolds" but was not very largely attended, all being too tired of threshing to danoe. _ Keports are that Ed .Reynolds will ness. ho in Tlowvillo soon. Word has boenj Two cars of export stock were iV'ceivefl by his brother Harry that shipped a few days ago by Walwork he will 1� in Lothbridgs Saturday.! & Whitney. Ora.s.sy Lake is certain- �who have an intelligent Interest in education and a proper appreciation of its iinportanoo. linaX Have a Post Office. The revenue of the Lethbridgie post office as given in another column proves conclusively that this city is more entitled to a post office building than Medicine Hat. Why should aot this city Ije favored as well? Tho - trouble is wo do not keep banging way for it. Keep demanding this onvenience and We will get it and ! i|ot before then. ' ' . :; The location of our public buildings to an important matter, too. It would be an e.xoijIlcnt thing if we could set aside enough land in tho 'eentm of the city for the city hall, .that, we must soon have QCh on the greater nesntlts at taincd in the foreign field. Mr. Cope upheld the home mission cause from the financial standpoint. T. Taylor told of the greater blessing of the church Ixicauso of foreign mission activity. Miss IVmnott lor the negative, in a clever speech refuted many of the�ir opponents arguments which tho loader of the afllrniativo in closing tried to reestablish. The judges J. D. Higinbotham, W. Jordan, and Hov. Wm. Iteid gave the decision to tho afhrmtttive by the narrowest possible margin and gave th� doboting honors to the ladies. Twenty Sunday School pupils gave a missionary exercise in a pleasing manner. Refreshments were served in the ba..�}ment bringing to a close a very pleasant meeting, ly a .s'tock sliipping point. There are twenty-fne or thirty cars of stock shipiwl every month during the sea-sob. There are some reports of a now ro.s'tanrant being ojiened up here in order to provide for the travelling public who are visiting .the town in goodly numbers. OUR LETTEK BOX. 1 \t the Rijou tonight and for the remainder of the week the program )o as Footman. The Drawing I'eacher, and Dick Turpin's Hide to Xew York, The illiistrated song is The City is Xo Place Jor Vou After 'the song the following scenes are given: Herring Fishing, tho Monkey Family and the Green Dragon. Crowds are going eveiy night. Come with the crowd. TO - DAY IS OURS "Yesterday is dead, tomorraw unborn; and I sell PERPETUAL Calendars which prove it. to-day I' � I 'A report from Itogllut says that JVm^-, CllflordiSiftoD will not seek 'rwlectioB in Brandon but will Pppuso liska, m Qu'Appelle. control. And tho Herald has gone ahead, week bj' week, l>ccoming a better pai>or, week by wook, doing more and more for the advancement of Lethbridge and tho betterment of conditions in that town. And the IXippIo of Lethbridge are the right sort. They showed their approcia; tion of a live newspaper liy moikin^ the Herald one of tho l>o�t paying weeklies in the west. , The business men said that they wpuld sitand by an up-to-date pulijllcatio^ and they have dqne 80. Thp Herald will be a aiiU greaitcr .paper ,for Lethbridg^ J i Firtt Munieipai Gun Fircrf. Ijast Saturday evening in the Labor Hall, tho ilrst public discussion of municipal alTairs with the election in view took place. Thone was not a big crowd but Messrs. Oliver Cunningham, Barclay, and Nimmons made Iho mooting decidedly interest- Aid. Oliver, as a crty father of long standing, defended the action of tho councils for the! last few years therb by drawing the flro of Jas. Barclay who thougi|t thait ' the Council had To the Editor of The Herald,- As a worklngman I do not agree with Mr. Ives criticism of the Small Debt Ordinance io youir paper last week. It is all very well for this gentleman tu complain abourt the foes of the lawyer lieing hit but heav.en knows tho lawyers have plenty of chances to ntake up on the larger cas est I think' tho Albopta government is to be commended for this act. If 1 go to a grocer and order goods and the grocx'r gives me credit he is taking a risk. If he finds I cannot pa^ the account when expected ho sues me and if Mr. Ives had his way the law costs in >the action ct^uld be made more than the account itself. We don't want anything of that sort. We all may get into debt sometimes but most of us are anxious to pay though we cannot do it Just when wo like. Mr. Ives would like to see us sued and make us whack up a big bill of kosts too. As you explained it is easy for the merchant under this act to proceed to collect without the services of a lawyer and thus avoid costs. This ought to be satisfactory �Vours truly, A TOILEUf Lethbridge, Nov. cth, 1907. To the Editor of The Herald: I understand tho Small Debt Ordln ancc is about tho same as the law in Ontario and alms to prevent lawyers piling up heavy bills of costs in small cases. That seems to be a Sensible measure. am also told the existence of the District Court with sittings at every important point in every Judicial district every month or so will expadiate the MBttlbmentl you can have local view Post Cards, a la Caunt, and ALL other kinds at Si cents each. For excellence of the work see window display. R. SAG� Th� Picture Framer Merchants Bank of Canada I HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Established XB64: Paid-up Capital................................. $6,000,000 ' Reserve Funds....................4,03(j 256 Total Asset?.................................. 52,000,000 Savings Bank Department Deposits of $1.00 and upwards received. Interest paid ijuarterly. DRAFTS and Letters of Credit .bought and toldw ,2 \ ' ' , ' � �'�.."''� Special attention giYen to accounts of Farmers and Ranchers | LETHBRIDGE BRANCH : 1; TeRipohiit Office, Ofive^ biock, seconi E. IV. McMULLEN, Manager CONCERT By LOCAL TALENT? in Wesley Church on FRIDAY, Nov. 15 (TOMORROW) 'J at 8 p. m. ARTISTS Mrs. Xan Spankeram,' late of Ohio, reader. Miss Hvitt, of Macleod, soprano soloist, Mr. G. Fleming, baritone vocalist, AJr. Ff A. Maxwell, late of Duluth, �Wis,, tenor. : Miss B. IC. Harrison, pianist, Mr. T. Taylor, pipe organist. ADMISSION FIFTV CENTS which to get those Only weeks left in Christmas Photos A You should leave: yoiir orders early and thus avoid tho uqual holiday rush. j . We have something entirely new for ChrMmas gift*. ITbu should aea it. lethbridge Liberals i A meeting of tho Liberals of Lethbridge will be held in the KliglitB of 1^88 on tive evening of FRIDAY, Nov. 32 at 8 o'clock ( ...... ; , for the purpose of choosing delegates |o attend .the Convantion in Medi-lino Hat bii Nov- 26 'when the ckndi-dates for the House of Commons will be chosen.  / All Lilierals are urged