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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Fresh air is introduced into the Kootenay oven through a series of vents at the bottom of the oven door, and the cookinff fumes carried out througrh another series of vents at the back of the.oven. (Arrows in inu8tration_ show method^ ^The air in the' oven is always keptpui^. Tlia natural flavor of T�rJ artiola 1  oompUtalj ratalnad. STarjtAing DK taataa moutfjmr^ dflHfiifliia JI^^^s F R BB Booklet ^ fl^^M^^^ai "V^^^^MlVIA AAAMVBflVAfl MMMBlMi0A ftlAMJl^HlWBS .lAMM MA AMI VMM ^^^^^i V^^^^^V9^% ^^WWJWfcWBn ^v^WN^rvlfli wWiWMfwWfcM$ wV* ^WWlWf OW^WlfcB^^^ Brodie & Stafford, Local Agent The City Coundl. Wm. Oliver.................... A. M. A 1, Co............... Lcth. Iron Works ........... A. R. & I. Co................ S. .1. Mcniamitruc4�d to pay aach Board the amounts due each. The Health Inspector informed tha Council that it was aecMaary to ne-curs an occupant for the Isolation Hospitnl In order to arrange insurance. He had arranged, subject to the approval of the Council, for a caretaker and nurse to occupy "tho hospital. The report was adopted. The Wheat Belt Review manager wrote that tho publication was oil ready to be issued as soon as the cuts wers received. The secretary was asked to ask for a deftniie daie of publication. The Engineer's estimaia of the amount dug th� C'anning-Brj'an Construction Co. on the Isolation Hospital was 9295 which was ordered paid. Th9 report ot Returning Officer J. ri Fliietwo.iU en the bylaws was re-wived and Died. (\ petition from the clerks of the mercantile hou.scs wus reoid asking for an earlj-closing bj'lBW. Messrs. Robt. BaVdry and Wm. Scott were pmesciit 'to press the claims of the pe-tilioii. The Council explained that tho rbason that tho previous bylaw, had bocn thrown out was because of boifie impussible conditions therein. K motion was put t,o receive the petition and hold it for further conaid-oration and passed. The Engineer ca'l'od att^ritlon to the fact that in many places iniiits are on tlia city streets. IIb was authorized to hava this matter r'Snie-diod or eorrftolwl at once. Hfl enclosed a tender of S. .T. Gianiid for the in.spection ol !.lTe riiy wire system for ?10 a i luiiUi. '.hn tender was accepted. C. M. Arnold, City Siites-cnt consumption is 100,fmO g' S l>or day. - He advised that tho \. be projected a mile further up the river to give a greater line of til'tra-tion. Kefcnvd 'to the Waitcrworlis Committee. In regard to the agnaament with F. Hopkins tor delivery of water, the council adopted tJic report of the waterworks committee recommending tho adherence to the old agracmcnt without the first two clauses. The Firo Water and Light Committee recommended that the city boar hnU "the cost of the accident insurances for the firemen. Tho recommendation was adopted. Geo. Cribb and CP. Kroning applied for positions on the city police force. Their applications werc ro-ferred t,o tlie License and Police Com mitteu. The city solicitor 'told 'the Council that the building bulonging to K. T. Saunders cmild not ba moved without a spociiil bylaw but that such a bylaw should iKit bo passed, Sir. Saunder.s will bo informed that he cannot move lliu building as per hi."! rcqiicst. The Health Ollioer rocommcnded that in all boiisus whore it be possible lu put in .si'wijr that it be made cora-jiulso'ry foi- Ihn sowur to Iw installed. Tho report was received .and action trcferiwl until the beginning of Ilia year. .lohn Scott np|ie>ired. bcfoi-e ' tho Council i-oguiding (he uso of the hydrant on Wostmini.mer lload by the water ivngons. Aid, Bowman said thera- wcro two standpiyjies for the water cari'iei's and the use of tlio hydrants was prolinii'tccl, Ilowovcr pe* missione 3.10 north and south, and Mr. James 3. 5.00111111 is resolutely pushing his American railroads into Canada in the l>c-81.34. lief that they will some day be tho . llij.OO' main arteries of western Canada's 00 001 commerce'.' Unless 'trade is encourag /.rtO' ed to flow enstward.s, the west is cor 2fi.'j.b2 tain to, look more and more with ... 250.('0j wistful eyes a'l 'the export markets ----which might be open to it across the SI''." requiring grain in large quantities- Oli.S.SO , it vould mean the ruination of the 3i"..'.tJ ea�t, a railway crash of appalling di� ^ aster, possibly tho disruption of Can* 18.'>i>; ada, and' the end of the Empire, even 1 as a phrase. i Tho way to avert such a catasti^o- oiidenl itomor-row, sinuu the :\l()nroe doctrine would The Counci.l I compel the lniton the lliionl Of a bully who was iruinmelling his wife. lie ne\' ))ulled tire 'trigger of an ancient rusty gun. .lust to see if it eontainefl a load or not, Hu never when tho gas lisakod started in upon the run With a liglvled lump to find tho leaky spot. He never signed n paper till he'd roiifl it through .and through Ho never slitUed where ihe ico was thin; The Western Canadian reading public is made up chiefly of these class* cs: Persons who have lived in the west for any lengthy period and are out-and-out Westerners,, and recent.arrivals from the Old Country, from: the United States and feastern Canada. ^ Perhaps no ono newspaper could cater with coniplote satisfaotion to � all these classes but by this combination olTer every i^iecial need 'is met.-. The Weekly Fr&e Press and Prairie Farmer gives a complete record ; vi?ek by week of all happenings in the Weatei'n Provinces. In addition it has special departments for American and British settlers.. The Fam.--ily Herald and Weekly Star suppllesthe. former resident of Eastern Cana da with the nenvs of the Eastern portion of the Dominion in dotaiil^d form . and the Dothbridge Herald provides tho local Western news, which you eonnot do without. is .........i.............................X�0 LETHBRIDGE HEB.\LD: Find enclosed 92.50, for which send me Weckl.v Free Press and Prairia\ Farmer, Winmpeg; Family Herald and Wee^kly Star, Mpntrcal; and Ijethr bridge Herald, for ono year each. 3i would certain.y accept. Already tliere is the beginning of a 82.50 desire in the west for tho removal of whon tho sky was soft and blue And thoy casually stripjHid him to the skin.-E.xchangc. Canada's New Weekly Newspaper -THE- WESTERN HOMESTEAD will make its first appearance Saturday, October 26th 16 pages of interesting reading THE WOMEN Will fiud many interesting articles on tho Fashion Cooking Kocipe,y and Household Hints as won as the latest fominlno Jiows and a serial story of greujt human,interest. THE MEN Will get all the latest fman-cial Sporting and general news of 'live day from the world over. Intoi'ssting artic- : los on current topics and many other special features. The Young People will also find much to interest them in The ern Homestead 5 cents a copy. One Dollar a year. Published every Saturday iuoming Beginning Saturday, October 26th m ;