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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta nay The City Council Fresh air is introduced into the Kootenay oven through a series of vents at the bottom of the oven and the cooking fumes carried out througrh 8thothi9r series of vents at the back of The regular mwytiug of the City Council was held on Monday evening the members present being Mayor Gal Aldermen CuMBing Freeman addressed Council with respect tostringing galvanized iron wire on the Companys Oliver Iron Works Uo JlcDiamld jxtlibridge Herald H Skcith Jr Uiginbothanri Soutlicru Alberta News Dominion Wood Pipe Fire lirigade Pay Holl in illustration Bhow method of The air In the oven ia always kept The natural flavor of vary article im completely retained Everything tattee moet F B B B Booklet 1 J ULL poks ixtween Greys and He said thatsuch a pro wcding is dangpious as if a primary wire to fall on one of these it would cause a fire in any houss to which these galvanized wires lead it is also dangerous iiogcrbCunningbam the on the CunIIays ningham said that it was supposed Buffalo Meter lo nave been done with the Compa nys The wiring had been Geographically the naturo I course of trade would be north and and James j Hill resolutely pushing his Ameri can railroads into Canada in be lief that they will some day be the arteries of western Canadas CO 00 j commerce Unless trade 5s JAO edto How the west is o3r lain to look more and more wit wistful eyes ai the export market which might be open to it across th The following accounts Kfiittd for of the ficer Iron were ere H eventually the west dote To be held ia ON Dec 1907 AlTEUXOON SESSION foundation NV Higinbutham dons for a lire alarm system and the Hell Telephone Company was told to NVHiginbot Companys that the present ar rangeiuent coald not be approved by the The Telephone Company wrote that they would willing to paint their poles as soon as The secretary was instructed to ar range date for tho visit Woollen Tho SecretaryTreasurer tha School Board wrote asking for a pa ment OD citys school The treasurer was to pay each board the amounts due The Health Inspector informed the Council that it was neoesaary to sc curo an occupant for IU Isolation il in order to arrange vnsur He had subject to he approval of the for aretaker and nurse to occupy the The report was adopted The Wheat Belt Review manager wrote that the publication al ready to be issued as soon aa the cuts The secretary Western Stationery Macbeth Rent Herald Printing Hentfey cement Fowler 175 Iron Works mined to shako hands Unit ed StaUswhich by that re would in all probability 1 00 requiring grain in targe quantities it vould mean the ruination of the a railway crash of appalling dis the disruption of Can and tlie end of the even I as a rOOO The way to avert such a catastro Col phe ttt keept up the stream of Brit ish to increase British finan cial interests aU over and to show that wo are ready to make the Empire a WHAT CANADA WANTS Report from Round Home De How to Improve Our Sunday day School la securing regular and prompt Rey In securing better home study In securing use of the in the John In securing Bound art Report of What theAssociation doing in this Primary Next Sundays lesson Miss Round TableonPrimary Ten minutes for tea minutes EVENING J Devotional Present demands in School Muir t Offering and 9fQQ The place of ithehomein ligious education of A I Ixah Iron lutperml Oil The first step is the most import ant for even British settlers soon bo is very right will To whom it may Con cern V Having decided to make a change in our we wish to take this opportunity to thank our many customers who have entrust ed work with and patronized our place of bus and as we will try to conduct our busi ness again under a tnsw place and Management we will pleased to receive your and anything entrusted to us will have our immediate and best All accounts must bo settled by We yours HICK WAKELY was askftd to ask for a definite dat of The Engineers of th Canada as a British Scribe Saw It THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE XNDOM DAILYMAIL HAS A FEW REMARKS TO MAKE WELL PLEASED WITH HIS TRIP Below is given the comments of Hamilton a writer on the Daily after a long journey through erence on wheat would help the and thereby the whole of It would be first movement towards making the pire a sound business and unless it can be made a sound I business proposition it is doomed to fall l That is what Canada is waiting for sQitift sign that Britain is awake to the new situatiau created by the dis covery that those two million acres onoe thought are the finest wheat ftelds in the As There has been no chocolate produced in country Cowans Maple Buds This is a confection every one should COW AM soon as we have given her this as T a long journey i Vhe article is more interest surance her attitude will Ma m0n account of the fact that J ny Canadians admitted to me that Canadian minister has brought Hbeljthey felt mean about accepting nd amount due CanningBryan Con struction on the Isolation Hos pital was which was ordered The report of Returning Officer IT Fhjetwood ou the bylaws was r chived and A petit on from Ove clerks of the mercantile houses wts read asking for an uarlycLosing and Scott were ireseiit to press the claims of the pa tit The Council explained that reason that the previous bylaw had been thrown out was because oi w conditions Emotion was putto receive the pe tition and hold it for further coiwid cration and The Engineer caUed attention to the fact that in many places arc on the city Bu to have this matter died or correcVtd at Iki oncloseci a tender of S Vc Dhimid for the inspection oi city wire system for SlO a Tho tender wns ic that tic city Links irj The a5 o the usefulness of tlvssa r of the engineer relerrnd suit against a LondouMnagazine navys protection and which it allege was contained for Many real12e too that Bnt by In the ain cannot bear unaided the stram o article in question Fyfe quoted the Calgary Eye He at the end of my journeying across the miles odd of Canada which divide the Atlantic from the pacific I must try shortly to sum up the impressions left on my First of the journey teft not on ly the but the firm con viction the Canadians are des tined to become a great They have immense and they naval expenditure which is bound to increase as time goes I am convinocd the whole Dominion wouU be glad to N pay its share to wards the cost of defence upon a pop ulation A truly imperial would ix composed of repre sentatives from every state of the With home rule all round in the United upon the Cana dian such a parliament would e able to devote its attention exclu sively to matters of Imperial concern Here is the finger pointing to a over the tin empire of free set upon developing them in every they is n real oi British mtercs a all on 01 free Population they are getting rapidlj A larger of irnmigra at present would overtax the administrative resources of the coun on the other is not being sufficiently and of tho moneythat is invested in the country the part is BUY W INTER The choSt lands in HATCH Oliver lethbridge not as the majority of Can adians would prefer it It is true that in the that some m the few who did roach hands across the were badly let But a bund of nations speakih the same owning the sain proud of the same Sup pose that pointing finger b what will itmean t Canada will become a grea sister republic to the United State THE FATE OF LITTLE ENGUAND And what will it mean io Grea Britain It will sink her to i sition of third rate sotirsthii Real Estate Farm Lands Good Solid Raw and Improved Lands For Pincher City Lots from to JJIC adjoining from the Water andLight He informed theCouncil thit the supply of water at the wrli 000 gallons per The pres ent consumption is g gs per advised that the be projected a mile further up the ri ver to give a greater line of filtra Ksfenvd to the Waterworks Iii rcgsxrd to the agreement with Hopkins for delivery oi the council adopted the report of the wa terworks committee recommending the adherence to the old agreement The Firo Water and Light Commit tee recommended thatthe city bear half cost the accident insnr ancos for Che The recom mendation was Cribband Kroning ap plied for positions on the city police Their applications were re ferred to the License and Police Com The city solicitor told the Council thnt the building belonging Satmders could not ba moved with out V special bylaw but that such a iiylaw should not be will informed that he cannot move the building as per hi The Health 0nicer that in all houses where it 1e possible Switzerland and Japanese Hag flyin Weekly Free PreSS Winnipeg Family Herfcld and Weekly Montreal Lethbridge Herald smny THESE THREE REGULAR PRICE Best the chief causa of British apathy is Why are the forests of Brit uith the ish Columbia being cut down for Am ericnn Why are the most an and Jndin once more a porlant interests in Canada cauldron of racial hn taint a small manufacturing AX OFFER WANTS OF CLASSES SPECLVL OF South Africa and Gtr falling into the hands of the heims and other Aincricnn firms is nearly aii the ore n C sent to x smelted in the States Why arc American fuotorics on American soil supplying many of the Dominions needs Because here at home we know so little about Ca tour of nada ami are too laxy to In glU eon th century no young man was thought to be until he had made the It would gain to both Canada and Great Bri tain if no Briton were to be consid ered qualified for any com political posi through deprived of her foreign cKc a precarious livlihood hibiting to tourists the monu of her past Her population of Her cotton bably the only one which t n its Back to the then become a harsh ttviel the factories fell to pieces from decay workmen who once made them to The Western Canadian reading public is made up chiefly of these class Persons who have livedin the west any and J0Tt and rivals from the Old tronx States and Eastern no onenewspaper could eater with complete classes but by this combination effer The Wreekly Frte Press and a co hv of all happenings in the Western it has special departments for American and British ilv Herald end Weekly Star suppliesthe former resident of Eastern da with the news of the Eastern portion of the Doimmon ta and the Lthbridge Herald provides the local which eannot do q IcidC t l voulci be an mim with activity would IKJ extract ing a bare pittance from the financial or tion until he hail To Canada the British may mean nothing within To Britain the Canadian conJ matter of vital lmn encioseu Family Herald and Weekly Montreal and bridge for one year tion UlrLH IUIKI t J the Dominion and studied on ate Upnn feeling tucnty years he problems to which an answer must be given within the next twen tyfive CANAHA ANP Tn twentyfive thnc Canftdn may have a population ot many But mil lions will he of foreign Unlres by that she is Doimd to Uie Vnited KinffJlom by firm of foreign element should not hcnce the futuru of the ish Empire Britains action in the meantime depends what that feeling shall THE WISE 51 AN mutual t wilPbc asking why stand Tie ncvrr bucked tho tiger and he ne ver bet a cent That he could find the cup which For plans and information apply to most dovotod Imperialist to give any biit a wwtimcnial reason for thc connection with the moth Land Office ALpN Wta in sewer that it be made com inilsory for Uw sewer to lw The report rcceivctl and action Wemxl until beginning of at is British i John Scott Iwfore tltcj limc shc Council reganHng the of the hy In drant on Westminister Komi by thoj need nnil Bowman there wore two standpipas for the ish Cons tried the to pot a fretful bumble Canadas New Weekly Newspaper WESTERN HOMESTEAD will wake its first appearance October 26th 16 pages of interesting reading l carriers and the nsc of the hyi might rirarts wsts However petjclnrcs ihemse given to use since tnc of the The li J passed a resolution prohibiting nny P X use of hydrants A bylawcon t iron ot to j The Mayor appointed He hoaghl n polo brick and he rocked n boat He never too sod a bnlKiog in Tie never rushed in madly to Iny hold upon tho throat Of n bully who was pumiiwllmg his II th c irooW Of Canada He the THE MEN nevyr pullod Ancient Just lo sco if it contained n of nni fintl niany interesting ar ticles on the Fashion Cooking Recipes and Household Hints as well as the latest feminine and a serial story of great load Will get all the latest finan cial Sporting and general news of the day froui tae world Interesting artic les on current topics ond ma ny other special We hnve a large Everythinwe sell i the Call and see us or telephone hi upon the nm on a committee to the the Baroness Thefollowingaccounts wore order edpaid1 when North West Jobbing TjethTron Works Klcotric power Electric Listc ky popu ud be pnper till hed through ITc thin the States Tint they c when tl t sky was soft The YounK Peoplewill also find much to interest thorn in The Western Homestead 5 cents a One Dollar a Published every Saturday morning October 26th removal of I the skinExchange ;