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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta .JJDGE HERALD il!Wnffl� to.. LTD. iiltor MaMfer. 8#t of Job DcMrtmat. ' Sl^BSCRIPTION: . , 91.50 a year 2.00 a year ADVERTISINa: .^MMIth  91.00 Per Inch isolation hospital would \ye unwi.se because the location is the liest that could be secured, because it is not really undesirable, Iwcauso tht' hospital is already completed and must be paid for, because the defeat of the by-law means the einl)arrnssnien't of otli�r worivs and becauso if the money is not voted on Mondoy anothci-by-law for the same purpose must be submitted imniediatoly incurring additional expense. Well, now, country ? isn't this a glorinim Where is the man that got cold foot in September '.' Cured 'if he stayed here; worse if ho wont awa.^�. >A Land Titles Office. here is noed of a Ijaiul Titles Of-Jn Southern AlJiertu and the Her An oMhe opiniou that it should ;l�tablished as soon as possible at Liathbridgv. ;>Xt preaent there are two Land Tit-.Offloes jn the province, at Cal-^igary and Edmonton. The people in south must register trtle-|,�4eIIe compared with that in either %�f the Alberta ofhcea. ft The government should establish at once a l�nd Titles Otlice nt Leth-rrbridge to serve Southern Alberta. Indinn.s ciinnot vtrte in .\ll>crtn. The same law should apply to the .Tap and the Chinaman. How would you like your vote to bo oflsot by a Chinese laundrynian? The West's Best Friend. "Frank Oliver is making good or rather he has made good. He is stron-(lE jer than he ever was in 'the wes't to-iday. The people bel ievo in him; they 'trust him. They know he isi honest and sincere and s doing his utmost to assist the west. ' 'He is a MAN. Ho is ^ank Oliver i.to ewrybody. Success in ijublic l,iie luw not swelled his head. Me is not '.of the ty|)e that imagines him.self 'better than other mortals when rais-v�d to Cabineit rank. He considers [l^^himself, and rightly too, a servant t. of the people. Ho wants ta do what sis best for the citizens of the west. In order to ascertain their views, be jvisits nearly every Important point i.in the four western provinces and �'miligles with the people. He goes ilMick to Ottawa and to Parliament |; knowing that he is in touch with l^irasteni sentiiment and prepared to frame legislation that will be accept-:able to Western people. Tha>t is the :.kind of a man Western Canada ad- True. A lot of English speaking voters are not worthy of the franchise and a law should be passed nuiking it necessary for a malt to Ix; able to at I'Wist roaii and write before he can cast a ballot. A man who has Ijeen bribed or who has, V)rit>cd anybody should be distiualitied for life, fjot us have a voting population of clean, intelligent men. Who Hnish Boring Eas Well? lUli QfESTlOX nEFORK THE Ct-T V cor NCI l^ELECTH IC CO.MI'ANV WOILI) SELL OUT Don't lie afraid to tell everybody about the great crops in this district. The Mayor, and .Md. Macljoth, Vrooman. Wulson. and Cunningham, WCTO the memlvr.'ji prosou'l at the council meeting on Monday cwning. Eph. Dixon asked thu Council to take a, look nt one of his toiims which had bcpM injured in an accidont by which the horse-s woiv burned the nuisance ground. Hi" a.'ikcd the council to \ieu- tlii' tcnin K-iore he would put in tin.v claim for (lamairo.s The Eloc-lric Company ri'portcd 'that tho.v had a stiilT of men working on the city lijfhl.s and thai in aj short tiniu tho.v o.kivoIikI to have thoni all in siilis'fnctor.v condition. The council was invitod lo the Woollen .Mill. .V motion was passed i)rovidlng llint the council visit in a body ut some time convenient to all. E. T. Saundv^rs through E. Hagoll. I rsked pormissiDii to move a nu-tal-covered! storage liuil,ding l)ack of Sou thorn .Alliorta News OtTice from tho rear of the lots to the front where it could Ije used as a small store. The apjilication was reforivd to the ciity solicitor fur ndvico. Hogarding the application of G. F. A s|>oclal conumtttHs was appointetl by tho Mayor to iiitierviow the A. R. & L Co. with regard to nrrangemfflit for tho building North Ward. of a sidewalk from TO FIX Ttbn WELI,S 'Knglneor .Arnold reported concerning the putting in of n permanent concrc>ti> lining in the two wvMs at Tmnp hoii.se nc�a.rest the river. The walls wouhl bo I'J incites thick at the to]) and 18 nt the base. The estininles of cost would l>e as follows: Concn-te .............................. $30(5 ' E.xcuvntion ........................... ISO j Embankniont ........................ 9fi iili lien) to a point 8 foot higlKM' than the present lop of tho wells and would place their tops on the .>*nme level as tho others except one and 8 feet below that one, and highest water liiit above all oriHnary high water. The Court of Ucviston for the hearing of apiieals in respect to special ns.xo.ssmcnt for the cost of local improvement anti .sewers will be held in tho Council Chamber on Tuesday, .\o\. 12tb at 8 p.m. ACCOrXTS I'AID The Board of Tra.de or City Coun-I Hopkins for reduction of charges for oil should purchase a page of space water. .J. H. Kk'Otwood. the v(\ter in a ftos Moines, Chicago or Minnea-I comnii.�isioiier, said that he found! polls pnjjor and tell about the cropi that ^Ir. Hopkins was doing as ho returns in this dis-tricl. It would be had said. He was .supplying water a better investment than publicity in to residents for lifty cents a month, western pa[)ers. Keep boosting for Ijothbridge. The Liberals of London, Ontario, displayed very |ioor judgement in deciding not to put a candidate into The following accounts od paid: C. M. Arnold..................... j Herald I'rlnting Co.......... E. A. t'unninghaxii ............ Wm. Oliver ........................ n. Higinbathfam & Co. Western Warehouse & Transfer Co......................... Loth. Iron Works ...... ......... .\Olson & B'ra.ser ............... Rogei-s-Cunninghnm Lbr. Co. E. .\tlams ........................ A. L. Ke.ves ..................... Knauf ..................... North West .Tobbing Co. ... Western Wareliou.se & Transfer Co......................... V,. .\dams ........................ Chapman Valve Mfg. Co. Don't Let Them Vote. Mr. Klootwoofl said it was not fair to water consumers in tiro ci'ty who woiv paying Sl.">0 a month. Moreover it was not fair to ask tho waterworks department lo supply water: j ^ to Mr. Hopkins to supply the householders for lift.\ tvnts. He said that tho field in tho Eedoral bye-election i .Mr. Hopkins was iigroeable to pay-Ix-cauKO they consideroti it would bC; ing SoO a month for the water pro-unfair to Mr. Hyuian. If Mr. Hy-i vided the first two items of the sche- man is a martyr to insinuation and dulo authorized by the city were tak; f;,.^^^ Fulls Iron Works scandal they shoul;d bring forth the en olf. These are that householdersj i^.jh Iron Works evidence to satisfy tho Canax;lian peo-; getting one barrel a week pay fifty pie. If ho is guilty then they shouldi cents a month, and tho.se taking two ^be manly enough to contest the seat barrels a wwk pay a dollar a month with a candidate. It is very child- Mr. Hopkins had submil'ted an aflida ish to talk about "unfairness to Mr.j vit showing tho prices he was charg-Hymnn," wlwu these London Liber-, ing for the water wliich were accord-als have done practically nothing to ing to the schedule. His sitatemont remove the impression that e.xists was filed. throughout the country in regard to The a|)plication of .\. L. Patterson the cause; Mr. Hyman's retirement for a position on the city police from public life. | force was referred to the police com- mittee j The as.sessment of the Southern Al-the month. If you have not seen toj Ijcrta .News and the Western Station-it that your name is on, it is time^ ery Co. was ordoreid charged, both you did. The franchise is a great] firms Ixiing a.sscssed for the same pres.ses. , Sec'y.-Treas. O. W. Hobinson reported that ho had inberviewo l.'i.OO I ..SI) �5.2-' 107.31 177.34 20.5.5 6.90 that probably the original agreement would noV he o|icrativo as it would i-ec(Uire new money, out.sitle of the sum voted by the by-law. The council niight judge that tho amount of! gas struck w^as sufhcient to warrant the carrying out of the by-law. The Mayor suggested that tho company go ahead with the drilling and that 'the city reimburse company for tho ecvtra ex|icnditures. He did not like' to authorize tlie e.xpenditure of money before it is voted by the i�ople. | and suggested, that tho Electric Com-pan.v go ahead with tho boring while tho city council is putting the bylaw through. It \vtis pointed out that a by-law cwuld l>e passed inside a month. j If the city bought the casin-jf, the Mayor maintained, it would be forcing tho hand of the voters. The council ngreoenditure nt any other time woultl be very much greater. Mr. Pi-eeinan did not think that tho company would care to buy the piix> on chance of selling it if the by-law- did not pass. The Mayor asked Mr. Freeman tho Electric Comt�any is prepared to seU out to the cit.y whether gas is struck or not. Mr. Freeman replied that the company realized that sooner or Ir.ter the city would takei over the plant and it was his opinion that they would sell out now as well as a't any other time. If gas �wore not struck tho plant of the company would be more valuable than if the gns w^ere struck. Tho sentiment of the citizens was in favor of the public ownership of the ligbting plant and the company recognized it. Aid. Cunningham draf'ted a motion as follows: Thot this council in view of favorable indications 'is opposcntley Co. Ltd. . McKenzie & Hoy-Let h. Oarage Co. Jas. Uobertson & IMh. Iron Works Co. We would like to see the AltJerta vgovernniont at its next session pass alaw preveii'ting any of the Asiatic laraces having votes in this province. '..iWe do not want peojile without our ; ideals of civilization, without our 'ideals of government, without our ; Minrntions as a province and na-,,tion to bear any part in the eliection fc;of our roprc-senta'tives. We have en-j.ough poor stuff in the voting class �now. .: Tile-work'ingmon especially ought ,'to be unanimous in favoring such a �law. It is bad enough to have these > races in the country but it would bo !iincoin|>arably worse to gi\e them a :.voice in our alTairs. The Herald Ipnrns that Hon. Chas. Ifs.W. Cro.ss, the attorney general, is in iCa'vor of such a law in .Alberta. We hope sc. If ho is he ought to bo jS u.ble to bring in legislation carrying 1S??:OUt the proposal ht the next .sos-iion. L,.,,.. -- OUR POINT OF VIEW is acknowledged by everyone and that company did not see their way clear they know a good booster and a| to grant tlie laying of a .sidewalk ac-source of reliable information is ross Block I, until some definite ar-doubtod by none. It is therefore no' rnngement had lieen made with the small compliment to the Lothbridgcl city in connection with tho extension Herald to have this company send j of Baroness Koad as a, drainage out-circular letters to all who have pur- chased .Alberta lands from them advis' ing them to sub.sciMlx? for tho Loth-bridge Herald if they wish to keep in touch with Southern Alb^rla. These letters were aent out during the past' week and have Iwen received by sov-' eral in this di.slrii't who, bought lands, luixe moved here to locate. 'let. This report was in connection I'l'th the petition for a sidewalk for the residents of the North Ward. TO ALTEK THE EIllE HALL The following accounts sentcd for paymoirt.: S. J. McDiarmid ........... Dominion Wood Pipe Co. Herald Printing Co....... North West .lobbing Co. A. R. & I. Co............... Hays Mfg. Co............... Loth. Iron Works ........... J. J. .Johnston ............ City Cartage Co............ Lelh. Electric Co.......... North West Jobbing Co. .1. D. Higinbothuni & Co. Southern .AUwrta News ... Wm. Oliver..................... ... 200.00 27.95 82.80 31.90 30.24 1.20 50.25 4.40 .80 2.90 3.00 $924.91 wore pre- 23.00 ... 265.02 81.34 1.43 1.35 32.30 .60 .90 5.00 89.9o' 8.10 60.00 tion was carried. GOSSIP By the ON THE SIDE Tattler The Tattler ofter walking l-.oine from tho oBice in tho brilliant moonlight one evening thi's week, s.-'.-wed the effect of the moonshibe o. iiia brain in the following lines. Me offers his profuse apologies to oir Wji -ter Scott. ALBERTA RED Breathes there a man with senie ..o dead Who never to himself hath said; "Next year I'll raise Alberta jii;" Whose thoughts * have ne'er within him turn'd 2.801 To chances he has often spurn'd The opposition of some of tho citi-jsens of Lethbridge to the by-laws to  be voted- ukon next Monday because :of dissatisfaction with the location �of the: Isolation Hospital is certain-V'ly not consistent or wise. The site was chosen by the Council after a '^�thorough investigation, and although Engineer -Arnold submitted plans , . i for tho alteration of the Fire Hall having at, a cost of S1500. The report was siibmiLtod to tlK' Fire, Wa'ter and L ght Comiiiitlee. Tho proposed chiing.'.s are primarily for the im-pn)\ein('nt of the police quarters anfl putting the cells out of th^ ba.somcnt � as they are very damp. The city offices would he on the ground floor, and the jjolico ofTices where .the pr�-I Sent city oflices anrl council chamber wjith itm.^, advised the putting in of a and open up an aggivMsivo cam|)aign' f|,,.,,^.^. As n result the work of the Board; ^\|,, \rooman, as chairman of the is so nulliliod as to bo praoticallyj ,>,.o,^.,.,y Committee ad- nil. ThD Board of Trade will never. if it be i-ossible financially : 'that a crossing he placed acro'.ss Duf-has a regular Board of Trade ofllcc ,,..,, street, opposite .1. TulT's store Tlio Board of Trade has not got a great deal of funds to spend and does not seem to get much money in nl-i though the tliscussion o nieans is as regular ns tho iiwtings. | .No one seems to take the matter seriously enough to grapple accomplish what it should until it Board in some accessible place. The ofRco must be in such "a location as to make ai display that will easily let people know tha't it is tho' ofllce to which they can go for the information and direction they noecnt. if returns are to come. The Board of Trarle seems to be playing with tho financial problem. BocauKo the City Council does not como through with all the money required, tho Board of Trade do�s nothing for itself. This is the first year that this part of tho country has reached a stage u( development that would warrant an aggressive and extensive campaign on behalf of the city and district. And the opportunity is being lost. �not-considered ideal by tho Council-] os.sential to the work of the Boai'd. is the only site that was available. Jfo profierty holder in any other part voftheeity would sell, tor an isola-^t'lon hospital and residents objected 4o Hf� being placed in their vicinity, idt is several months sinoe the site :,waa chosen by tho council in otion Mflsion and although tho choice was 'announced in the press of the city, ;>ao. objection was, raised until now .Jtha* the hospital js complpted aoid mint be paid for. Anyone who visits the site of the ^^iiospi'tal ;can see that the objections fiifB not even well founded. The lo-^caitlon of the nuisance ground is MCh'that Bound St. in the heart of ^i&e city gets more smoke and smell :Wlten the prevailing south-west wind Lli; blowing. Tlie fact that the nui-ground is always on Are prac ly takes away nil danger of in-Whiltt the provincial regu Ivlionii call for a aafaty �paoo o( two ^vndKd feet, the diatanoe at the iso-jjflftlon hMpitiri is ,'over three hund f�X. The hospital aHuatlod ia ^�i-!P,laoe that is away from any resi-:|tfipM or lil^lihood of any. I^a^tw objeotlon should be to tha lo-scatfoA of tha DUisanoa ground, not Imumm of its prostniiy to the lao-iDtlMi bMpiUl but bwauas of iU mmoiiim tnm ike laaft of tte cHy. lld'Vota igiiliBat �1� b9r-l�w od Mob, 4ir ,M MMWrt Uikt locMioB ol th* Marked indication nf '�*�* rnpid growth of tha province ia a ytur is to be found in tho Qjcurisof the lev-ontie of the provincUl soofotat.v's department. Here is th� tab!^ giving the receipts for �'�'� i.-! 1t**'J and a similar 't�ri >( }��r. l>te� from Provini") 1906 1907 companies ... 18,413.55 9,768.63 Foraign " 7,148,0011,357.95 Marriage licenses KTO.OO 700.00 Gaartte fe�s ......... 585.0Ct 975.O0 IPedlar's licenses 350.00 Automobile liconaMi^ 87.00 Prov, Certiflcatea ' 60,00 MlacaUaneous 45.00 Total ...... ...... 118,939.55 135,795.40 lacnaae for the nlM tha ol 1907............ f�,7�8.8S 425,00 157,00 95,00 8.50 H. .r. IL Skeith . Li.stc .lacuzzi ...... A. Easton & Co. . Loth. Iron Works . Loth. Electric Co. power � 4.88 12.96 6.99 115.00 26..50 3.00 3.30 451.11 ferin The report was filed. The report of the ci'ty engineer recommending the putt ng of a coss pool at Mr. Hold's residence at tne pump hou.se was r^doptoil. 1'ho secretary-treasurer of tho .school board wrote asking for a cross ing at tho corner of Cou'tts and Bom ]iass Ktrccts and a sidewalk so ae to connect with the doors of the new school being built. Request was referred to the Works and Property Committee. THAT SiOO AD AGAIN K. H. Fcssenden, manager of the Southern Allicrta News, apfieared bo-fora the Coimcil regarding tho city's advertisement in Industrial LAth-bridge. He spoke of tho paper as one with a hazardous beginning and worthy of local support. The News was not being treated Ml other advertising mediums. Ho thoughit the action of the Council unjust. Mayor Ualbralth said that the Sou thern Alliorta Nws had not treated the city fairly and resented Mr. Fosr senden's insinuation that the council was using Eaton methods. Tho News had not given the council any explanation of tlie unwarranted delay of about six montha in getting out the npecinl number. Aid. Cunningham mentioned that he had an interest in the question but he thought that tlw Industrial IMhbridge numticr was a creditable number suited to advertise the city at any time of the year. Tha motion of the Mayor that f 75 ba paid to the Soutbern Alberta ICawa is full of aeeoust was carried ELECTIUC COMPANY WOULD SELL OUT. M. Frcemnn, manager of tho Electric Co., addresse*! the council in ro-garil to the gas well. He reminded the council that the agreement was that, tlic company was to bore ItiOO feet and that the depth reached at the present time was over 1400 feet. The contract with Peat & .Sons was that if any delay was caused by 'the Comiianj' , tho borers wove to recMve ?25 a da.y. Ho I'o-mlndod tho council that if casing were orderetl n't onca, it would not be here any too soon. The council should takic action at onoe if it desires to go to a greater depth. The company was prepair,>d to make arrangements to drill d^ep-er or to hund the well over to the city. The Electric Company will grant 'he usfi of the present well and if gas is struck, the original agreement should obtain and the company be bought out. If gas is not .struck, the cit.v should pay half tho cost of hole, namely $5,000 for the use of the hole. Knowing circumstances are as dilHculti as they aro it would be impassible to get another hole bored for the same mone.v. The known difficulties would cau.so tho expenditure to reach ^15,000. If the city does not wish to continue the boring, it should give the company an exclusive franchise in tho city if they continue tho boring and sitrike gas. What Mr. Freeman wished to im-pre.ss upon tho council was tho necessity of inimcdiuite action in the matter. The engineer said that using the proHent hol|U boring could be continued to a depth of S.OCtO feet. Hix inch casing is now being used and coiild be used io a depth of 1800 (eoti after which a four inch pipe would have to be used, Tho strata at v-hich gas had been struck at Medicine Hat and Calgary gave no clue as to wiiere the gas would be atruck here. Aid. Cunningham asked what the company would take if the city de* oidod to go down another 400 feat. Mr. Froemaa replied thai if the city was propaivd to go another 400feet| the cost would ba $10 a foot at that depth outs4de of the cost of piping. Mr. Of getting whait he should have earned'.' If such there breatho, go mark him well; Fpr him no bank account .shall H swell. Broad though his acres, wide his' ranch. Cattle and horsrtai preacher was discoursing on the Alljortn crops, and du'alt with his subject scriptarally IVohold a sower wont forth to sow, and when he sow-od all tho .s�rd fell into good ground. The earth brough forth fruit of rt-solf, first 'the blade, then tho ear, after that the full corn n the ear. And the snow descended and the winds blow and boat upon tho grain and it fell and great was tho fall of it. But if grain fall sha.ll it rise again? If tho grain ri.so not then shall we have no harvest. But since by the wind and snow tho grain fell^ by the wind came also the resurrection. .And the- word went forth ''Lift up j'our eyes and look unto the fields for they are \yhi'te unto tho harvest. Thrust in thy sickle and reap, for the time is come for thee to reap." And tho laborers went forth to reap and the good ground brought forth frwit some thirty fold some sixty fold and some an hundred fold. Who hath ears to hear let himj hoar." DECISIONS KESPECTINO KKWS-PAPERS Any, person or persons who take a paper regularly from the post ofllce whether addressed in his name or another's or whether he has subsceibed or not is responsible for payment. If a person orders his paper dlacon-tinuod, he must pay all arrears, or tho publisher may continue to send it until payment is made, and then collect the whole amount whether tho paper is tak'on or not. The courts have decided �that refus-l (ng to take newspapers or periodicalfi from the post office or removing and leaving them uncalled for while sub-IscHption ivroains unpaid, is prima ^acie evidence of intentional fraud. The lloenae of (he Coamopolitaa hotel ai Dlairmore, Harry Howard, Fraemaa rsniaded the eouneil Proprivtor, haa baM caaeelM, WHEM MJKILi/�0 3fOU9 WILL Remember that your Executor shonld bnv� experience in the discharge of the ihities of this important office and a thorough knowledge of the ndniinistrAtion of estates. A Trust Company has these requirements and is eapedially organized and equipped to act as Executor under wills. Make a will and appoint this Company your executor. THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE COMPANY, LTD. (Head Office, Toronto) Capital and Reserve, . $2,200,000. ^ Public Administrator for Letli^^ Judicial District. Advisory Board for Alberta : D. W. Marsh, Esq. P. Turner Bone, Esq., William Pearce. Estj. 711 First Street West (Alexander Corner) Ca'.gary. \ A. G. ROSS. Manager. YOU would be just as enthusiastic as we are over our Cosh System if you could only realize the great savings we can make for yon. Our time is spent in giving you our best service and not in collecting accounts aid worrying over credits. j We are very ambitions in our line and intend to carry a Also Window Shades, Curtain Poles and Trimmings, Pictures and Picture Moulding, Spot cash 8 per cent, discount or two-fifths cash and balance with note, limited time. DieTurpyi Furniture Co. [email protected] We guaJ'untee a square deal to all who trade here. $10,000 stock Being opened at the Co-Op. by The J. Brown Co. Ltd. (Not 91,000 as in error advertised last week) We have nearly completed opening and marking this stock. We will have all opened by time, this adnouncement reaches you. This means bargains in Dress Goods, Mantles, Skirts, Fancy Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Overcoats, etc. Remnants of all kinds. Dress Goods, Linings, Ribbons, Flannelettes, Sheetings, etc., will be one of many bargains offered this week. Call and inspect this stock and get prices. We were unable to get stock opened in time for this advertisement to quote prices. Bargains just the same. The J. Brown Co., Ltd. Canada's New Weekly Newspaper -THE- WESTERN HOMESTEAD will make its first appearance Saturday^ October 26th 16 pages of interesting reading THE WOMEN Will fmd many interesting articles on tlie Fashion Cooking. Ilecipus and Household Hints as well as tho latjcst feminine news and a serial story of greait human interest. THE MEN Will get all the latesit financial Sporting and general n^ws of the day from tho world over. Inteivsting articles on current topics and many other special features. The Young People will also find much to interest them in The Western Homestead 5 cents a copy. One Dollar a year. Published every Saturday morning Beginning Saturday, October 26th WANTED live, wide awaka boys in evary elty town and village to.aoll Wcstera Ca> nada'B new wakly sawspaper, "Thq Weatern Homsatead." Hustlers caa make money. No capital required. Write for terms immsdiataly. The Wsetom Homeatead, Calgary.. AlU. nil. T. D. Thomas, of ihe Cararoae Mail has announced that be is in tha field for the OorointoB House, and will eoa tsat tba Straikeoaf coastttuney. MISS WINNIFRED HILL TBACHBB or MUSIC AND DANOINO, Will open Dancing Olaiwa for Children and AdolU, Watob for farther annooncament. Maiiofar* nished for danoea and reoeptiona. Addmt. Box 512, Lethbridge. fVew men bewail tho lose of aaoiber man's moiiegr. A girl will aever believe a who tails bsr be lovas her aa