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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Kootenay ash-pan is exceptionally large. Holds a two-days' accumulation. Re-" moved easily, like a dresser drawer. Flanges attached to lire-pot guide | all ashes into pan Free booklet Press Grinding* By-Law No. A llylnw to provldo for tho borrowing of tho aum of thirteen thousand Av� hundred (13,600) dollars upon tho credit of tho City of Lethbridgo. Whereas tho city has recently Incurred expenses In nnd about tho Coal, oil from 'lVxns or Pe-trolln, costs ten cants' \tt?t quart In Kdmon-ton. l-Muld from tho local (InIrion costs 8 t-il cents In Kdtnoivton. Tlocko feller has tunde ftar.,000,000 In eight erecUon of nn |solatlon hospital and years. l'robloni-How many oil walls certain fire apparatus, tho acquiring Is a cow worth 7-10dmonton Hullo- of ,,roporty 0nd erecting buildings Nk",>w>",>,"n s�*>�>* >>> efforts Imw not availed. Mr. Hrillln, Kditor llernld. Jw-nr Sir.- t llnve just ivivived, through n fri>>nd rnnwnt uKvnta In tho I'n-IWsl Stan's mul inoro particularly m.VM'lf. in regard to advising intending settlors thnt the Lrthbridgo district is too dry for growing grain successfully. No\n sir, so fnr ns tho writer is concerned, tho article contains not one single word of truth. 1 have now Iieon, for upwards of four years, in charge of the Spokuno office and my Held covers tho ent'iro Ktnte of Washington unil also tho iMales of Oregon and California. I ff'l satisfied that tlx- Ijethbridge himI , ofllui will bear inn out when I suite thnt a very large |opl.> from my territory, nnd a similar record will be found from the Calgary l.nn(l OllU-e. There is not a district betwe-n L'thbridue and Ciilgnry bu! bus hoiiofitod Very larm'ly by the immigration from the Pacific Coast States. 1 think 1 am sate in saying tlmi I have sent in niViv people 'than any otli-r (iiivoru-iii.-nt At'eiit in tho I'uiUsI States, with the possible exception of Mr. ii.ivies of Montana. And during the present season I have put forth a special elfort to advertiso Southern Alberta. 1 have asked the Hoards of ' Trade of ten different places in .Alberta, four north of Calgary and six MJUth, "Ij'lhbriilge" und "Mucleod" among the iiuiiiIhm', to send mo samples of ibis sensnn's crop to Imj plac-�til upon exhiliition at the Spokuno fair which lasts for two itwkn, und is visited by upwards of lfiO.OO'i ,j0o'1Utst"ruUvo plo, mostly farmers of Knstern Wash ington and Idaho. Today the fair oituiis and I have just received two 'boxes of samples from south of Calgary, whiV- tin" out of the four, north of Calgary, Lncomhe and Wot-iiskinin, have i'm warded me very nice samples considering the season. I'o my efforts in this direction look discriminat ion ill favor of the Uutlier the opposite*, i �slfould say. And further, ever sincy I have hoc11 in Spokane, I have ben, jUmu alter time, uftvr the ('. IV J{. 1u allow in." the same privileges in tho way of issuing rato certificates to land seekers and settlers on tho Crow's Nest I'uss It. twtween Kor of the Land Oillce of the C.IU!. ni.d Mr. I'ssher of the (i.I'.A . will bear me out. in this statement. Some three or four months ago, I interviewed Mr. l.'ssher, while here in S.po kano and I iried to impress upon him the necessity of allowing .\ proportionate rate with all other points to intending settlers who wished to investigate points on tho Crow's Nest I'uss ltnilroud. I took tho ground 'that as Southern Allicria hits demonstrated tho successful growing of winter whoat. Hint many of tho (xjoplo front my territory preferred land of that nature und if onfy only rensonablo rates would Ixj allowed that it woul.d aid mo very muiteriul-ly in my work. It appears to mo "that if tho "News" nnd other pnpers 'in Southern Albortn would join hands with the Jtourds of Trade in the different towns and turn their guns upon tho railway compuny and insist upon jus lice being done much more good would bo accomplished than by making statements that are entirely unfair to us who are doing the very best we call. Surely il is enough loins to bear the brunt of the light lliut the Hewspap.'rs oil this side of �the line, not to sj.-.ik of the thousands of Iteu I Kstale Agents that are waging war against us. without ;ha\ing to be sbtnd.'ivd by the wry | papers I hut should ho friendly and J render us all the assistance they pos- tvptnlnly provide no reason for nny j $103,120.00, of which nono of tho j principal or Interest, Is In arrears. Therefore the Mnyor nnd Council of | tho City of Lethbrldge enact as follows: 1. This bylnw shall take effect nn the first day of November, A.13. 1017 2. The Mayor nnd Council of tho City may borrow on the credit of tho City tho sunt of Thirteen Thousand Five Hundred Dollars nnd may issuo ' dobontutx's of the City to that amount, In sums of not less than One j Hundred Dollars ench, so Hint the ' number issued shall not in all exceed Thirteen Thousand Five Hundred Dol Inrd, repayable within twenty years from the dnte on which this by-law takes effect, with Interest at the rate of five per cent, per annum, payable annually in such manner that each dctwntures. 4. The votes of tho burgesses for or against this by-law shall be taken at the Council Chamber on tho 28th day of October, A.D. 1907, bo-shall be charged and levied against 'ATXT IT THK THUTH " |B" rateable property within the City sufficient to produce tho amount re-Kuslo lllootenaian: There are but quired for tho purposo of payment of few editors in H. C. who hnve not principal and interest on tho above lnnile a vigorous and continuous fight instalment of interest nnd principal I against the city mail order house, shall lie as noarly us possible equal | This has been done in the interest of In each year of tho period during i the home inert-hunt, mid without which the debentures are to run. ; money and without price. If the 'editors of the land had received reg-| iiInr advertising rales for all they lluive said against the enemies of the country merchant th,.y could now �be i'eiyhing diamonds. Now the ile-partni'iit htoie man appreciates nd-' wrtising space and is willing to take all the average country editor has 1 for sale, and nt u good pric"- What, other class of business or professional men would refuse business to help their friends, es|M.-i-ially us many of place and at the final summing up of said trends, never seem in the least votes by tho Secretary Treasurer on disposed to return Hie compliment or liehnlf of the persons ros|K>ctlvcly in- Lil era I to cast, a Conservative vote the contrary, they might serve as nn admirable recommendation for the promotion of Mr. Itonlen from the position of opposition to a portfolio in the present government. KNTITI.KI) TO 1IKAVKN. The story is told Hurt n man died and when he landed ivl the pearly gates St. lVter asked him what church ho belonged to. "Tho fuct is," said tho spirit of the man, "for many .wars I have not lx>cn ufnliulod with any church, but I hnve bejn a booster of wes-tern Canada for till of that time, nnd this is .the first titno in my history that you could call me a dead one." As erty in the City according to the last revised assessment roll is $3,o7'l.'l4.Y And Whereas tho amount of tho existing debenture debt of the City Is $193,120.00 of which nono of the principal or interest is In arrears. Therefore the Mayor and Council of the City of Lcthbridgo enact as fol-,ows.- 1. This by-law shall tnko effect on the first dny of November. A.I). 1007 2. The Mayor and Council of Ibm City miy borrow on tho credit of the City the sum of Twelve Thou-snnd (12.000) Dollars and may Issue debentures of the City to thut amount in sums of not less than One Hundred Dollars each so that the number shall not in all exceed Twelve even appreciate it. I terested in promoting or opposing tho pnsslng of tho by-law. 0. Tho Secretary Treasurer shall DODUP.S THK SCHOOL QLICSTIOX on tho 2tHh ,lnv of Octobor, A.D. i 1907, at tho Council Chamber in the Mr. Uorden's refusal to reopen tho city nt tho hour of Kleven O'clock school question is disappointing to ,, the forenoon sum up tho number tho Orango Sentinel, which declares 0f votes for or against the by-law that by all precedents of party gov-jan,j declare tho resuljt thereof. Done and passed In Council this sibly can. Yours truly,  las. N. C'rlevos. Spoknne, Wash., Se;�t. 27, 1907. eminent tho educational cluuses of tho Autonomy Hills should be the chief issue of the coming contest. Its only explunu-tlon of Mr. Uorden's "in consistency" is that "he wishes to "maintain n friendly attitude to-'"ward the French heirarchy." It warns him that while tho Orangemen would like to support him against Sir Wilfrid "his new platform is calculated to sap their enthusiasm and "make them cureless ns to which "putty wins nt Hio polls." Further it suys: "We think the Conservative "party is fortunate in having a leiul-"er who is personally above reproach "but to our mind it is u calamity "for Canada that he lacks the buck, "bone to ndhero courageously to a "sound position Ivemise he fears the "opposition of the reactioiinry ele-"ineiit of the country. If he sur-"r 'iiders to the clerical purt> ill form 'in": a platform, what would he do "if he were 1'iviiiier of the country.1" It will be interesting in note what Mr. Ilorden sa\s on this point in hi-, addresses in Alleciu and S.is-.al chew all. - Manitoba Free 1'ress. TIMK FOU A CH.'JN'HH day of A.D. 1907. Mayor Socrotary Treasurer Meliln, Man , Enterprise-An Eng- ,, . , .. ,, , .... , I'shmnn need not now leave home to Stomach troubes, Heart link kid- ,,....., ,: , , . . marry his deceased wife s sist r. It noy ailments, can bo quickly correct- . r,,, ;, � . , ., * , ; is doubtful if-this widening the range ed with a prescription known to . . , ,., , . . ,, , . . , 1 1 . of a widower s choice will make much druggists everywhere ns Dr. Shoop s .like nurt h? The proinjit and surprising relief which this remedy immediately brings is entirely duo to its restorative action upon tho controlling nerves of the stomueh, etc.. Sold by ull dealers. difference. When u man ventures into matrimony a second time lie usually desires a change in mother inlaw. of persons to attend nt the polling "'",,,,',,.,, ,, . ... , Thousand (12,000) Dollars repayable within forty years from the date on which this by-law takes effect, with interest at the rata of fivo (5) per cent. |>cr annum payablo annually 1 in such a manner that ench install-, mcnt shall bo as nearly ns possible ! equal in each year of tho period dur-i ing which the debentures tiro to run. 3. During the forty (40) years next succeeding the date of this by-law eotning Into effect an annual rato shall bo charged and levied against all rnteablo property within tho City sufficient to produce. Hie amount an nually required for tho purposo of payment of principal nnd interest on tho above debentures, but If in any year at the timo when tho rates are imposed, the Council shall have on hand to tho credit of tho City and avnilablo for the purpose a sum of inonoy stiillcient to moot the pay �nonts to be made in ench yoar on said debentures, it may by resolution . appropriate such sum to said pur ! poses, anil in such case tho charging and levying of said annual rato in such yenr shall not l>o required. 1. Tho votes of Hie burgesses for or against this by-law shall bo tak en nt the Council Chamber in tho City of Lethbridgo on tho 28th day of October, A.D. 1907, between the hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon and tjve o'clock in the afternoon. ">. Tho Twenty-first day of Octobtr A 1). 1907. nt the hour of eiuht thirty (S..'!0) in tho nfteriioon in the Council Chamber in the City is hereby fixed as the time und place for tho appointment of persons to ot-tend at the polling place nnd nt tho titniI summing of the votes by tho Secretary Treasurer on bohalf of the [icrsnns respectively interested in promoting or opposing tho passing of the by-law. 0. The Secretary Treasurer shall on thd 29th day of October. A.D. 1907, nt tho Council Chamber In the City nt tho hour of Kleven (11) O'clock in the forenoon sum up th� num ber of votes for or against the bylaw and declaro tho result thereof. NOTICE is hereby given thnt tho above is a true copy of a proposed by-law which- has been introduced and which may be Anally passed by the Council (In the event of the content of tho burgesacs being obtained thereto) after ono month from tho! 96th day of September, A.D. 1907, being tho duto of the first publication thereof In tho "Southern Alber- j ta News" nnd tho "Lothbrldge Her-j aid" nnd that the votes of tho bur- j gessos will bo taken upon tho propos cd by-lnw on the 23 th day of October, A.D. 1907, between tho hours of nlno o'clock in the forenoon and fivo o'clock in the afternoon at tho Council Chamber in the City of Leth-! bridge. George W. Hoblnson, 20-8 10 Si- i-etary-Treasurer 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 $35 to $300 By-Law No. You cannot make a defeated dut  believe that pursuit is pleasant tliuii possession. candi-mo re . Th-8 question of pure food is of less interest, to n million |>eople than the question of some food. If renl cofTi-e disturbs your stomach, your heart or Udn \ys, then t ry this clever coffee iinjlat ion-Hr. Shoop'k Health ColTe.-. Dr. Shoop has closely matched old .Iumi and Mocha ColVeo. in llavor and tiisle. y,�t it tins not a single gram of real eof- Thousand A Dy-lnw to pnnide for tho borrowing of tho sum of Twelve Thousand (12.000) Dollars upon tho credit of tho City of Lethbridgo. Whereas it is necessary to make certain extensions of tho City Wutor-i^orks Systom nnd to provide for expenses alrcudy incurred in connection therewith, und of tho installation of valves nud improving tho City's power plant. And whoreas it is estimated that tho amount necessary for m.otlng Da bilitics already incurred as aforesaid, and for contemplated extensions of tho waterworks system will amount to the sum of Twelve Thousand (li>.-000) Dollars nnd it is deemed expedient thnt the said sum of T�el\e (12.000) Dollars being tho Men who world easy" many others thing. Ice in it. Dr. Slump's Health Coffee limitation i.: made from pur,, toasted - j grains or vulvitis, with Malt, Nuts, habitually "take the etc. Made in one minute. No ted-usuulb/ prevent a great ions long wait. You will surely like froiqf doing tho same it. Hot a free snniplu p-'. our store. | Sold by all dealers. ^ amount of debt intended to be created by this by-law, shall bo secured by tha issuo of debentures spread ovor a period of forty (40) years bearing In teres t at tho rate of five (5) per cent, per annum imyablf; un-nually. Done mul passed in Council this day of A.D. 1007. Mayor Socrctury Treasurer NOTICK is hereby given that the abovo Is n true copy of a proposed by-law which has boon introduced nnd which may bo finally passed by the Council (in tho event of the consent of the burgesses being obtained thereto) after ono month from th� 20th dny of September. A.D, 19*7) bolng the dato of the first publlse.- LIFE IS WORTH LIVING AT FRUITVALE In the Southernmost and Warmest Valley in the WEST KOOTENAY, B. C. District; fine climate, warm winters, cool summer nights. Abundance of pure wator, ample material on each tract for fence*, buildings and fuel. Soil deep fruit loam with clay sub-soil. Lorel and free from rock. $500 to $1,000 per acre profit annually growing fruit and market gardening. A community-not a wilderness. School, post ottice, general store started, churches next. Every tract within half mile of main line of railroad and all within two uiilus of station, fronting on wagon roads cut out on the ground. 40 miles from Nelsou. Fruitvalo is settling up fiist with good people who will make good neighbors. YOU CAN START WITH $10 bill you must act quirkly in order to secure one of our 10 acre orchard homes on the $J0 down and $10 a month plun. Let us Bi'tul you plan of sub-division, maps, photographs nnd the names of sonic ono in your vicinity who has seen Fruit vale und purchased hind. Wl� HANDLE NO LANDS ON COMMISSION and nro not in the general real estate business but we own nearly one fifth of lite good fruit land in the Kootenay district which we purchased several years ago when we had the pick of it ull ; consequently we own tho best lands, which we c::u sell cheaper nud on better terms than others. The enormous success of our Fruitvalo subdivision has prompted us to put 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 hinds arc on direct lines of transportation. We have absolute title, and you stive commission when buying from us, Prices and terms will surprise you, Full information, descriptions, maps, etc., on application in person or by letter. KOOTENAY ORCHARD ASSOCIATION Ward St., Nelson, B. C. mmmmammmmmBmBaammm tion thereof in the "Southern Alberta News" nnd tho "Lethbridge Herald" and that tho votes of ths bar-gosses will bo takon upon the proposed by-law on tho 28th day ol October, A.D. 1907, between the hours of Nine O'clock in tho forenoon sad Fivo O'clock in the ufternoon at U� Council Chamber in tho City of Leth bridge, Geo. W. Robinson, Secretary Treasurer. ;