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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta The City Council. Steel Range Fresh air is introduced into the Kootenay oven through a series of vents at the bottom of the oven door, and the cooking fumes carried out through another series of vents at the back of the oven. (Arrows in illustration show method of ventilation.) The air in the oven is always kept pure. The natural flavor of vory artiol 1  oompletel? retained. Everything tastee stoat delioious. FR The rr|?*i1nr mooting of the City Council was held on Monday evening the members present being Mayor Gal hrnith, Aldermen Bowman, Cunningham, Vrooman, Mnciwth. Mr, Ereotnan addressed the. Council with respect lo stringing galvanized I iron wire on the Kleclric Company's poles Ivtween Orcy's and Mncdonnld* corners, lie �nid that Bticlt a proceeding is dangerous us if a primary Wm. Oliver A. R, A. 1, Co. Leth. Iron Works A. ft. &. L Co.......... S .1. AUDiamld ......... IxHhbrldgo Herald Co II. J. I-L HMth .1. I). TIlglnhoLham & Co. Southern Allterta News Dominion Wood Pipe Co/,.. Fire brigade Pay Roll ......... tf.50.ttd It* Ml 6.00 25.00 The following account* were pro 24.83 the tariff wall, Geographically the 21.H3 natural courw of trade would bo ft. 10 north and Hcnith, and Mr. .James J. Mill In resolutely punning his American railroads Into Canada in the bc-, lief that they will some day be the 11 ft.00 main arteries of western Canada's CO 00 commerce". Unless 'trade is encourag '/.rtO'ed to flow eastwards, "the west is oor 2fWi.02 tain to look wore and more with wistful eyes at the export markets ----- which might lie open to it across the $] .nrti.r,,' border. If eventually the west doter mined to shake hands with.the I'nit* SUNDAY SCHOOL MliltN To be held i Knox Church, 1. Tl>e teacher's whs a. � '. * ' i'JS A'tl Bar. Wednesday, Dec. 4; 1907 0. D. Attfttin sentatlon, Bound art Muirhoad, t Busings. .� i 1. Report of Committee. 2, What the Association 1 J 1 ^ ADTRHMOON SESSION* c.10. 2.00 wire wore lo full on one of these it j Kll|llj,(| for payment: any of thc.rj. \v. Uobinson, officer Rogers-Cunningham Lm. Oo. Booklet on request unmh. TeawTe. mmthul. wwarco. VMceuvta. sr. mn, hmmltcn Brodie & Stafford, Local Agent. To "whom it may Con cent Having decided to make a change in our business, we wish to take this opportunity to thank our many customers who have entrusted work with and patronized our place of business, and as we will try to conduct our business again under a new name, place and management we will be pleased your patronage, and anything entrusted to us will have our immediate and best attention. All accounts must Ih� settled by Nov. S. We remain, yours truly, receive HICK WARELY K 4 IF YOU WISH TO BUY .WINTER WHEAT LANDS CONSULT HATCH COONS Tho choicest lands in all parts of tlio Lethbridgo District. HATCH & COONS* Oliver Block* Lethhridge GLENDOWER ALLEN Real Estate Farm Lands Good Solid Investments. Raw and Improved Lauds For Sale. Pincher City Lots from $65 to $400 Dobbie's Sub-Division adjoining Depot, from * \ For plans and information apply to GLENDOWER ALLEN Land Office Pincher Station, Alta Sunny Southern Aicerta farm lends and lethbridn Property We have a largo list. Everything we sell is worth tho money. Call and see us or telephone No..l82 \ [akin S Matthews Ltd. Lethbridoe, Mta. would ciitifio i) J)n� hi hotiHitfl lo which \\\&\c galvanized wiri'h ItlK to Vhe vorkitii'h on iho polca. Aid. C\in' nttVH Mtft. Co. ning)mm Haul 'that it whb 8UppoH��l' 4 lo fiavc boon done wKh the Oonipa-ny'ft coiificiiL. The wiring hud been done for u lira ntnnn Hywtom nntl tho Hrtll Tclcphohft Company wa� told to obtain th� Company'^ approval. Mr. j* room ah Ahu\ thM tho prewmt nr-ran^cuicnt could nut be apjiroved by the company. Tho 1MI Tolephont Company uroto that they would h* witlino; to paint their poles an noon as possible. The Mccrctary was insiruotcd to ar- Devotlonal Service.-Mm. A. L. Foster, od States-which by -that timo, ro- 2.15. Ibislnoss. 'ir� oo ' IHdfalu Meter Co. .. X. W. Jobbing Co. Lath. Iron Works, foundation ............ .... K. X. lltKinbinham wMjaio ... A. H. A t. Vn...................... Western Stationery Co. H. Macbeth Agency, Kent Herald Printing Cd. Itentley Co. cement naM� L. H. Fowler 6 Co. Loth. Iron Works ..... 1*4 I I ft t + t III ****** jtfrit* member, would in all probability !>o requiring grain In large quantities- it vouUI mean the rulnnitlon of the ettftt, a railway crash of appalling di� AH ahlori poHslbV tho disruption of Can* ' uda, and the end of the Empire, even as a phrase. The way to avert such a cntaMro-pho 1h to keep up the Htrisam of llrit .44) l�h wjUtlern, lo increase Hriilsh flnan-21.00 clal InteroHtM aH over Canada, and 20.00 lo �how that wo are ready to make 40.50 the Empire a reality. 40.48 a.oo *l oo f # � * 4 10.40 1.75 46.15 WHAT CANADA WANTS 1. Heport from Schools. 2. Hound Table-The Home Do-partincnt.-&Mtnr>t Muirhoad. How to Improve Our Sunday day School. 1. In securing regular and prompt attendance.-Mrs. E. 13. Hey* nolds. 2. In securing better home study. -Kev. A. M. Gordon. 3. In securing use of the Bible In the school,-Mrs. 0. H. Johnston. 4. In securing conversions.-Rev, Wm. field. doing in this county, Primary Work* . Next Sunday's lesson taught. Miss A.' Ml. Hobb. r _ B Round Table on Primary Method* -Stuart MulrhentU Ten minutes for each'speaker a ten minutes discussion. ,i - �T - EVtlSNlNa SESSION, :x - 8.00 Devotional Service.-Rev, *T, M� Harrison. 8.15, Present demands in' Sunday School work.-Stuart head. V 1 t 8.45. Offering and music. 9.00 The place of the home In the ligious education of children. -tov. J. J. Cameron, Rajr- mond. 71- rango e glad enough^ to*pay Its share to- across the 4,000 miles odd of Canada; wards tho cost of defence upon a pop-which divblc the Atlantic from Pacific I must try shortly to sum up the impressions left on my mind. the{ ulatlon basis. A truly imperial parliament, would Ik? welcomed, too, composed of repre- First of all. the journey loft not on-; sontatives from every state of the r ly the impressions, but the firm con-. Empitv. With home rule all round in fiction that, the Canadians are des- the United Kingdom, upon the Cana-hnd boon thrown out was because of! tined to become a great nation. They dian model, such a parliament would some impossible conditions therein. X motion was put lo receive the petition and hold U for further consideration nnd passed. have immense resources, and they arji be able to devote its attention exclu- t set upon developing them in every, sivedy to matters of Imi>erial concern Here is the finger pointing to a secondly, capital, j real federation of Hritish interests all over thy world, an empire of free states, a bond of nations speaking tho same language, owning the same direction. What they noed. Is rtrst, population. nnd. The Engineer cut led attention to f I'opuhrt ion they are getting rapidly the fact thai in many places u nns j enough. A larger llow f irnmigj'i-ore on the city streets. Hp wa.* i uttraeted. and Dinmbl for the inspection M t.lle ciiyjof the money that is invested in the 'i'hei country the greater part is American, sister republic to -the CiuumI Stales, not Hritisli. us the majority of Can-' ndinns woulil prefer it ti� be. It is true that in the past that i wire system for 510 a tionm. i tender was accepted. J C M. Arnold. City *^,p�o-, tc ! (piested that the city I iid�s b# i administrative resources of the coun-! ideals, proud of the same flog. Sup-try. Capital, on the other hand, is pose that pointing finger should be disregarded, what will it mean to Canada. Canada will become a great THK KATK OF L1TTLK KXOLAVD I sported. Tie Mayor iiwpko-tf.? uv fojsonte i* ih" who did ivneh hands the usefulness of these * u i 1 fifth ! helms and other American firms? Why ri�port of Urn engineer w.n ren rred the Fire, Water and Light '*o:a.; ti'0. He informed the Cotruil tint And what will it mean to (Jreat Hritain? It will sink her to th�-. oo sitiLL CLASSES THE SPECIAL OF HEADERS. * el" |ier day. Jle advised that Iho j.ipe j is nearly all tho ore mined in Ontario, sent to Ik' smelted in the tailed States? Why are American factories on American soil supplying many of the llominioft's needs*.1 Hecause here ut home we know so little about Canada and are too lazy to learn. In the "eighteenth century no young man was thought ( be fully educated ! until he had made the grand tour of Europe. It would be an immense, gain to both Cunada and (Jreut Ilri- j tain if no Union wore to Iv consid-1 be projeetwl u mile further up the river to give a greater line of lilt ration. Referred to the Waterworks Commit tee. Jn ivganl to the ugrx�mont with F. Hopkins for delivery of water, the council adopted the report of the waterworks committee recommending the adherence to the old agreement without the first two clauses. The Kirj Water and Light Committee recommended that the city bear half 'the cost of tho accident insurances for the firemen. The recommendation was adopted. Geo. f'rihb and C. P. Kroning applied for positions on the city police force. Their applications were referred to the License and Police Com mil tee. The ci 13" solicitor 'told the Council that the building belonging to 10. 1 . Sutmders could not be moved without a special bylaw but that such u bylaw should not Saunders a ill lw prcd (pialilu*d for jiny important, com niercial, financial or political position until he had travelunl through the Dominion and studied on tlv spot tiie problems to which mi answer must be given wuhin the next twenty-five years. i CANADA AN}) THE NAVY Si-ething cauldron of racial Imte. Hii-tain, a small manufacturing to.mtry, deprived of her foreign markets. w�1j eke out a precarious livlihood by exhibiting to tourists the monii ienrs. To Hritain the Canadian connection ts a matter of vital concern. I piin Canada's feeIing twenty years hence depends the future of the Hritisli Empire. l*pon Britain's action in the meantime1 dujiemls what that feeling shall be. The Western Canadian reading public is made up chiefly of these classes: 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 Vnited Stales and Eastern Canada. Perhaps no one newspaper could cater with complete satisfaction to aH these classes but by this combination ofTor every special need is mot* The WTeekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer gives a complete record vivk by week of all happenings in the Western Provinces. In addition it has special departments for American nnd British settlers. Tho Family Herald and Weekly Star suppllesthe former resident of Eastern Caua da with the news of the Eastern portion of the Dominion in doto41?d form and the Lethhridge Herald provides the local Western news, which you cannot do without. ......................................190 LETHBRIDGE HERALD: Fiud enclosed $2.50, for which send mo Weekly Free Press and Pralria Farmer, Winnijieg; Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal; and Loth-bridge Herald, for one year each. ---T Canada*s New Weekly Newspaper In t went \ Ji\ * ;.ears t Hue Canada may posMh..\ haw a population *>f j as many milium^ Hot th*se nut-1 WHEN* THE WISE MAN FELL. THE be passed. Mr. j lions wdl in- larudy of foivign blood, informed that he, Calebs by time she is bound to cannot, move the building us (>ur his1 the I'niw-d i\ n ".ioin by firm ties of request. The Health Oluocr recommended that in all inms-s where it be possible jlo put in sewer that it be made com-; pulsory for the. sewi-r to Ik* installed. iimtun 1 int.-r -s�. I he foreign element will be askinu w h\ Canada should not y-tand alon � I' ill pu/./Je even the most ilr \ ot.'d 11 iperialist t*� give any but a sentimental reason for maintaining the ronn.M-i ion with the moth 1 The report was received and action tlcferred mil d the beginning of tii� rrtuud. sear. ( The gam to Canada at pres;ep John Scott iippew.'d befoiv the from thi.^ nunn rt'on is the llritish Council regariling thu use of the by-; navy. In twent. five \ears' time ^be  Irant on Westminister Road by the "HI need thai n- lunger. Kwn now water wagoiih. Aid. How man said there are Cji mo buns-yes, and Hi it-Uieru were two standbies for the ish Coiiaduins. too-who ^ay thut water carriers and tlie use of tho by- they might w itlmut risk of allack de-rtrants was pnddbited. However per'chuv* themscl\./course, the' lie never bucked the tiger ami lie never bet u cent That be could find the cup which hchl the pea; He never at the circus tried to crawl heiUMth the tent. Nor tried to pet a fr.u'ul bumble WESTERN HOMESTEAD lie iie\�*r btaight a gidd brick and he never rocked a boat lie n.^cr teased a bulldog in his life. He never rushed in madly to lav-bold upon l he t hit �u t *h a bull^ who was pummelling his  ., v\ ite. will make its first appearance Saturday, October 26th 16 pages of interesting reading THE WOMEN THE MEN \ will be prepared to this elYect. obvious reply i" that is thai if tin lie never pulled the trigger of an ancient rusty gun. .1 ust to sin if it coiitained a load or not. lb; never when t hi* gns baked started in upon 1 he run With n lighted lamp lo find the leaky spot. Will fiud many interesting articles 011 the Fashion Cooking Recipes and Household Hints as well as the lutcst feminine news and a serial story of great human JntcruHt. The Mayor appointed Aid. Hovvmun| I uited Stales had to defend Camula and Bowman and the City Engineer now, she would nmku her enter the a committee to interview the A. R.j I iiuui, winch \er.v few Canadians, in-, i. Co. regarding thu extensions on deed, would cure to do. But with a the Baroness Road. (population of even tweot.vfive mill- The following accounts were order- ions, Canada would be strong enough cd paid when certified: las a republic, to propose an offensive North West Jobbing Co....... 8.10l and defensive alliatme with the Cnit- i U*th Iron Works .................. l.OOJ ed Slates, and if she also offered fav-j Loth. Electric Co. power ...... 451.ll'ornblo tariff arrangements the States But they coaxed him into Wall stnoot Loth. Electric Co. light ...... 89.001 would certain.y accept. when tho sky was soft and blue He never signed a pa|�er till he'd ivad it through .and through He never skated where the ice was lien; 2o.Gt�J Already there is a he beginning of a Liste Jacuzzi..................... J. A. Kmiuf........................ 32.50' desire in the west for the removal of And they casually stripped him to the skin.-Exchange. Will get all tho latest financial Sporting and general news of the day from the world over. Interesting articles on current topics and many other special features. Tho Younu People will also find much to interest them ia K Western Homestead 5 cents a copy. One Dollar a year Published every Saturday morning Beginning Saturday, October 26th ^eM!i f\-- ;