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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Kootenay ash-pan is exception-aDy large. Hdds ^two-days' ac-^ cumulation Re-" moved easily, like a dresser drawer. Flanges attached to [ire-pot guide} aH ashes into pan: "^ree booklet pnj request., ASH [_ PAN l^^fas: M^CLARY'S LONDON. TORONTO. MONTRCAl. WiNNIPCflk VANtiOUVCR. ST. JQIIN. I1AMILT0N Brodie & Stafford, Local Agrent r L Press Grlndin^J By-Law No..... Coal, oil from Texas or Petrplia costs ten conis'iter quart in Edmonton. 'Fluid from tho local idairios co�t.s 8 1-3 oi'nts in Edmonton. Rockc fuller has made $125,000,000 in eight erectiomof an Isolation hospital and years. Problem-How many oil wolls certain fire apparatus, the acquiring is a cow worth ?-lOdmonton Bulle-1 of property and erecting buildings A Uytnw to provide for the borrowing of the sum of thirteen thousand Bv� hundred (13,600) dollars upon the credit of the City of Lethbrldge. Whereas tho city has recently incurred expenses in and about the tin. It is an ill wind that dowi. nobodj. any thereon for a material yard and for constructing and Ini'proving a road within tho City limits from tho City Kood. While in the Battlofo,;d toward the Belly River Bridge and district The I'lainflcalcr man wos in- j �t is found necessary to Issue deben. formed that the runaway Iors from turcs for defraying the costs thereof. 7he Big Island booms above Strath- And whoroas it is estimated that cona this summer are doing excellent the amount necessary for meeting lia- incurred in conuoc-wdrlcs and for tho service for the homesteaders' along billties already the lower Snskntchewnn. For some tlon with such time the fishing was excellent, and ! completion thereof will amount to enterprising farmers and river men employed the dny.s and nights to good advantage to secure lumber, to ahc lumlwr combine.-Strathcona Plaindealur. Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 Capital all paid �p...................$14,000,000 Reserved Fund...................... 10,000.000 Balance Profit and Lots.............. MS. I5f Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: risbt hon. lord stbathcoxa amd mount botal, o. c. m. o. VICE-PRESIDENT: hon. sib george) a. DROHMONn. k. C. H. o. B. B. CLOU8TOM, 6l�nAI. ITANAOaB Brancnes and Agencies at all t]l the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drafts sold available at all points in United States, Europe (and Canada Interest allowed on clep��it� at current rates Lethbridge Branch - B. r. REEVE .Manager Mr. Grieve Defends Himself Edi'lor Herald, Dear Sir.- | Have just raooived, through a friond of mine, a copy of tho Southern Al-tierta News of Scptcmter 13th containing an article reflecting upon tho work Ijeing done by some of tho Can. �dian Government agcmTs in the Un-i'te�l States and more particularly myself, in regard to advising intending sobtlers that tho I^hbridgo district is too dry for growing grain successfully. N0114. sir, so far as tho writer is concerned, tho article contains not one single word of truth. I have now liecn, for upwards of four years, in charge of tho Spokane office and my field covers the entire e^ate of Washington and also tho states of Oregon and. California. I � feel satisfied that the Lethbridge land -office will bear me out when I state that a very large ixsrcentagc of the homesteads that have been entered ..upon during the past four years have lieen b.y peopli! from my territory, and n similar record will be found from tlK- Calgary Land Odico. There i.s not a di.strict betweaii LothbriUgo and Calgary liuf bus benefited very largely h.v tlic iinniigTation from the I'acific Coast Slato;-i. I think I am safe in siiyiug Ih.it 1 have sent in . mVro luioplij llian any olh.n' CV'Vcrn-jiicnt Agiiut in tho United States, with the poK.sible excaption of Jlr. Bavjos of Jlonlann. And during the; present season, I have put forth a ,s|icclal eflort to advertreo Southern Alboita. 1 have asked the Boards of "Trade of ten difToront places in . Al-bci'lo, four north of Calgary and six jsouth, "r.rthbridge" and "Maclood" .fljinong the number, to .send raei sam-� pk's of this season's crop to Ije plac--ed u|)on exhibition at tho Spokane fair which lasts for two weeks, and is visit^Kl by upwards of 150,0OCi poo plo, mo.stly farmers of Kastorn Wash ington and Idaho. Today the fair cpens and I have just received two boxes of samples from south of Cal-"gnry, whil,o two out of tho fo\ir, north of L'algary, Lacombo and Wot-askiwin, have forwarded nva very nice samiilc's considering the season. Bo my fITorls in this direction look ..like discrimination in favor of the /lirLh? Uathcr the oppo.sito, I al^ould sa.y. And further, ever sinoo J. have Ijoeu iji .Spokane, I have bean, nie and llumnoro Junction, that is nllowotions, Mr. Borden's spet'ch and platform are worthy of all praise from Liberals oven mora than^ from Conservatives. But they coarly , gates St. Peter asked him what j "� """"^ ^f'^" church ho belonged to. "The fact is," said the spirit of the man, "for , many .years I have not Ijeen affiliated with any church, but I have bean a booster of we.s'tem Canada for all of that time, and this is the first time in my history that you could call mo a dead one." As the gates were thrown open, St. I'eter said: "Come right in, tlie booster is entitled "to the best in heaven us well as the best on earth,"-Cranbrook Herald. the sum of Thirteen Thousand Five Hundred Dollars being the amount of the debt intended to be created by this by-la,w shall be secured by the issue of debentures spread over a period of twenty yeors. bearing interast at the rate of five per cent, per annum, payable annually. And whereas the amount of assessable property in the City, according to the l^st revised' assessment rof 1 is 13,374,445. And Whereas the amount of the existing debenture debt of tho City is 1103,120.00, of which none of the principal or interest is in arrears. Therefore the Mayor and Council of the City of Lethbridge enact as follows: 1. This bylaw shall take effect on the first day of Novemlier, A.D. 19a7 2. The Mayor and Council of the City may borrow on the credit of tho City the sum of Thirteen Thousand Five Hundred Dollars and may issue debentures of the City to that am- Ono Hundred Dollars each, so that the number issued shall' not in all e-xcecd Thirteen Thousand Five Hundred Dol lard, repayable wHhia twenty years from the date on ,which this by-low takes cfTect, with interest at the rate of five per cent, per annum, payable annually in such manner that each debentures. 4. The votes of the burgesses lor or against this by-law shall be taken at the Council Chamber on the 2Sth day of October, A.D. 1907, be-ahall be charged and levied against all rateable property within the City sufncient to prjoduce the amount required for the purpose of payment of I principal and intereat on the above ' Instalment of interest and principal I shall be as nearly as possible equal "AINT IT THE TRUTH." Kaslo fllootenaian: There are but few editors in. B. C. who have not mode a vigorous and continuous fight against the city mail order house. This has been done in the interest of .in each year of tho period during the home merchant, and without money and without price. It the which the debentures are to run. 3. During the twenty years next editors of the land had ivceiwd reg- succeeding the date of this by-law coming into ofTect, twoon tho hours of ular advertising rates for all they have .said against the enemies of the country merchant they could now the forenoon and five o'clock in be veighing diamonds. Now the da-! afternoon. an annual rate nine o'clock in the Machinery for Sale We have for sale TWO COMPLETE 32 HORSE-POWER COMPOUND ENGINES and a complete TEN BOTTOM PLOW FOR EACH, the finest steam plowing outfit ia^ Canada. See our work at MaSrath to prove this.. Will sell one or both of thess butfit's cheap, We have also a M x 60 NORTHWESTERN SEPARATOR, complete with blower, self-^ feeder, belts, etc., that we will sell with one of the outfits, also eight disks complete rigged to run with engine. We will sell one or both cheap. They can be seen at our farm, three miles f north of Magrath. Call at our office for further particulars, .. We have one 50 horse-poweif large Touring Car AUTOMOBILE, flaynes, and one Baick : that will be sold cheap for.cash. Our landa are nearly all sold, which is our reason for selling.' The O. W. KERR Company partment store man nppix'ciales ad- 5. The twenty-first day of October, vertising .space and is willing to take! A.D. 1907, at the hour of 8.30 in all the average country editor has the afternoon in the Council, Cham- for sale, and at a good price- What other class of business or profession- And Whereaa the amount of assessable property in tho City according to the last revised assessment roll is S3,374,44.'5. And Whereas the amount of the existing debenture debt of tho City is fl93,120.00 of which none of the principal or interest is in arrears. Therefore the Mayor and Council of the City of Lethbridge enact aa fol- ,ow8.- 1. This by-law shall take effect ob the fir.�t day of Novemljer, A.D. 1907 2. The M.ayor and Council of the City may borrow on the credit of the City the sum of Twelve Thousand (12,000) Dollars and may laaue debentures of the City to that amount in sums of not less than One Hundred Dollars each so that the her in the City is hereby fixed as the time and plac-e for the appointment r^-^-^^,;;/^,-;,,^^^^^^ al men would rcfu.se business to help | of porsims to attend at the PoU'nS:-thousand (12,000) Dollars repayable tlieir friends, esiKJcially as many of | place and at the final summing up of' said fKcnds, never seem in the least! votes by tho Secretary Treasurer on disposed to return tlio compliment or even appicciate it. Mr. Borden's refusal to ro-opon the school question is disappointing to' portionate rate with all othor points the Orange Sentinel, which declares ' to intending settlers who wished to that by all precedents of party gov-investigate points on the Crow's ernment the educational clauses of Nost, Pass Railroad. I took the tho Autonomy Bills should be the ground that as Southern Alberta has chief issue of the coming contest. Its demonstrated the successful growing only explanation of Mr. Borden's "in of winter wheat, that many of the consistency" is that "he wishes to people from my territory preferred, "maintain a friendly attitude to- behalf of the persons rospeotively interested in promoting or opposing the passing of the by-law. 6. The Secretary Treasurer shall; DODGES THE SCHOOL QUESTIOX 29th day of October, A.D. 1907, at the Council Chamber in the land of thoit nature and if onfy only reasonable rates would be allowed that it woul^ ai(l me very materially in my work. It appears to mo that if the "News" and other papers in Southern All)orta would join hands with tho Boards of Trade in the difTorent towns and turn their guns upon tho railway company and insisit upon jus tice being done much mopis good would be accomplished than l)y making statements that are entirely unfair to us wlio are doing the very best we can. Surely it is enough for us to bear tho brunt, of the light that the newspajjars on this side of the line, not to sp-iak of the thousands of Ileal lOstato Agx;nt.s that are waging war ngain.st us, without having to be slandercfl l),y tlii papers that should bo friondly render us all the assistance they i)os-sibly can. Yours truly. Jus, N. Grieves, Spokane, Wash., Sopt. 27, 1907. '"ward the French heirarehy." It warns him that while the Orangemen' 'would like to support him against Sir Wilfrid "his new platform is cal-"culated to sap their enthusiasm and "make them careless as to which "party wins nt tho polls." Further it says: "Wo think the Con.sorvativo "party is fortunate in having a lead-"er who is personally above reproach "but 10 our mind it is a calamity "for Canada that he lacks the back.; "bont" to adhere couragoou.sly to a "sound position becau.se he fears the "opposition of the reactionary ele-"uient of the countr.y. If he sur-"ivnders to the clorica! party inform "intv a platform, what would he do | bridge, '�if he were Piv;nii>'r of the country?" It will be interesting to note wliat 26-8-10 very I ^Ir. Borden says on this point in' and I his addresses in Alberta and Saskatchewan.-Manitoba Fi-ee I'ress. City nt the hour of Eleven O'clock In the forenoon sum up the number of votee for or against the by-law and declare the resuljt thereof. Done and passed in Council this day of A.D: IBOr. Mayor Secretary Treasurer NOTICE Is hereby given that the above is a true copy of a proposed by-law which' has baen introduced and vhich may be finally passed by the Council' (In the event of the con-aant of tho burgaaaea being obtained tharato) after one month from the 96th day of September, A.D: 1907, balng the date of the first publication thereof In tho "Southern Allier-ta News" and the "Lethbridge Herald" and that the votes of the burgesses will bo taken upon tho propos ed by-law on the 23 th day of Octo-bar, A.D. 1907, between the hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon and five! o'clock in the afternoon at the Council Chamber in the City of Letli- Oeorge W. Robinson, S(!c retary-Troasurer Stomach troubles. Heart ank Kidney ailments, can bo quickly corrected with a prescription known to druggists ovor.ywhero as Dr. Shoop's Rositorativo. The prompt and surprising relief which this remedy immediately ijrings is entii-ely duo to its restorative action upon the controlling nerves of tho stomach, eta. Sold by all dealer.'}. TIME FOR A CH.UNGE. Melita, Man., Enterprise:-An Englishman need not now leave homo to marry his decea.sod wife's sisti'r. It By-Law No..... A By-law to provide for the borrowing of the sum of Twelve Thousand (12,000) Dollars upon the credit of the. City of Lethbridge. Whereas it is necessary to make is doubtful if this widening tho range I extensions of tho City Water- You cannot make a defeated candidate boliovo that pursuit is more Iilciisant than possession. of a widower's choice will make much difl'erence. When a man ventures into matrimony a second time ho usually desires a change in mother-in-law, If real coffee di.sturbs your stomach, your heart or kidneys, then try this clovj-r cofftye imitation-Dr. Shoop's Health Coffe-.?. Dr. .Shoop has closely matched old .Java and JWmo after time, aft;er tho C. P. K. �^o.allow mo the same privileges in j Men who habitually "take tho tlio way of issuing rate certificates ' world easy" usually prevent a groat to land .seekers and sottlM-s oh fhe 1 many others Ivomi doing the same -. The question of pure food is of less interie.st to a million [woplo than the j question of some food. ^rks System and to provide for ex-pen.ses already incurred in connection therewith, and of tho installation of valves nud improving tho City's pow-ar plant. And whereas it is estimated that tho amount necessary for mooting lia bilities already incurred as aforesaid, and for contemplated extensions of tho waterworks system will amount to the sum of Twelve Thoiisand (12,-000) Dollars and it is deemed expedient that tho said sum of Twelve Mocha CofTco in flavor and \aslo, yot it has not a single gi-ain 0/ real cof- Thousand (12,000) Dollars being tho fee in it. Dr. Shoop's Health ColTec amount of dobt intended to be creat- Crow's Nest Pass H. R., botwoon For thing. Imitation as mado from pure toasted grains or cereals, with Malt, Nuts, etc. Made in ime minute. No tedious long wait. You will surely like it. Get a free sample ftt our store. Sold by all dealers. ed by this by-law, shall bo secured by tha issue of debentures siiread over a period of forty (40) years bearing Intei-cst at tho rate of five (5) per cent, per annum payablp annually. within forty years from the data on which this by-law takes effect, with interest at the rate of five (5) per cent, per annum payable annually in such a manner that each installment shall be as nearly aa poaslbla* equal in each year of the period dur ing which the debentures are to run. 3. During the forty (40) years naxt aucceeding the date of this by-law coming into effect an annual rata shall be charged and levied against all rateable property within the City sufncient to produce the amount annually required for the purpose of payment of principal and interest on the above debentures, but if in any year at' the time when the ratea are imposed, the Council shall have on hand to the credit of the City and available for the purpose a sum of money sufllcient to meet the payments to be mado in each year on said' debentures. It may by resolution approprlgte such sum to said purposes, and in such case the charging and levying of said annual rate in such year shall not lie required. A. Tho votes of the burgesses for or against this by-law shall bo taken at the Co\mcil Chamber in the City of Lethbridge on tho 28th day of Octobet-, A.D. 1907, between the hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon and IJvo o'clock in the afternoon. .'j. The Twenty-first day of October A.D. 1907, at the hour of eight thirty (8.30) in the afternoon in the Council Chamber in the City is hereby fixed as the time and place for tho appointment of persons to attend at the polling place and nt the final summing of the votes by the Seci'otary Treasurer on behalf of the tiersons rospcctively interested in pro-' moting or opposing tho passing of the l)y-law. 0. Tho Secretary Treasurer ahall on tho 29th day of October, A.D. 1907, at the Council Chamber in the City at tho hour of Eleven (11) O' clock in the forenoon sum up tha nam ber of votes for or against the bylaw and doclure tho result tharaof. Done and passed in Council this day of A.D. 1907. Mayor Secretary Traasursr NOTICE is hereby given that the abo^'0 is a true copy of a proposeil by-law which has been introduoad and which mny bo finally passed by tho Council (in the evont of the consent of the burgesses baing obtataad thereto) after one month from Uia 26th day of Soptambar, A.D. 1907) being tha date of tba first publlaa- GLENDOWER ALLEN Real Estate Farm Lands Good Solid Investments. Kaw and Improvesd Lands For Sale. Pincher City Lots from $65 to $400 Dobbie's Sub-Division adjoining Depot, fronfi For plans and information apply to GLENDOWER ALLEN , Land Of ice Pincher Station, Alta $Xito$�0 11 1 V LIFE IS W0R1V HYING AT In the Southernmost and Warmest Yallejr in the WEST KOOTENAY, B. C. District; fine climate, warm winters, cool summer nights. Abnn-dshee of pure water, ample material on each traot for feooefli: buildings and fuel. Soil deep fruit loam with clay tub-soil. Lerel and free from rock. t500 to $1,000 per acre profit annually growing fruit and market gardening. A community-not a wilderness. School, post bflice, general store started, churches next. Every tract within half mile of main line of railroad and all within two miles of station, fronting on wagon roads cut out on tlie ground. 40 miles from Nelson. Fruitvale is settling up fast with good iDCople who will make good neighbors. YOU CAN START WITH $10 but yon must act quickly in order to secure one of our 10 acre orchard homes on the $10 down and $10 a mouth plan.,; Let us soiul'you plan of sub-division, maps,photographs and the names ot some one in your vicinity who has seen Fruitvale and purchased land. WE HANDLE :N0 LANDS ON COMMISSION and are not in the general real estate business but we own nearly one fifth of the good fruit land in the Kootenay districit which WG purchaswl several years ago when we had the pick of it all ; consequently we own the best lands, which we csn sell cheaper and on better terms than others. The enormous success of our Frtiitvale subdivision has prompted us to iJut on tho market wholesale BLOCKS OF 150 TO 6,000 ACHES suitable for subdivision in order to give outside firms and individuals an opportunity to interest themselves in the district. These lands are on direct lines of transportation. We have ab-solute title, and you save commission when buying from us. Prices and terms will surprise you. Full iuforination, descriptions, maps, etc., on application in person or by letter. KOOTENAY ORCHARD ASSOCIATION Ward St., Nelson, B. C. nil m il tion thereof in the "Southern Albar-ta News" and the "liBthbrldga Har-ald" and that the votes of tha b�f-sses will ho' taken upon tha proposed by-law on the asth day of October, A.D. 1907. betwaon ttaa boon of Nine O'clock in tho forenoon:) Five O'clock in the afternoon at Um,; Council Chandler in the City of Latll bridge. I Geo. W. noblnaoB, Secratary TreMurar.'^ ;