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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta a year a year ADVERTISING Month Per Incii isolation hospital would be unwise because the location is the best that could be because it ss not because the hos pjtal is already completed and must be paid because the defeat of the bylaw means the embarrassment of other works and because if ihw mon ey is not voted on Monday another bylaw for the same purpose must be submitted immediately incurring additional countrv isnt this glorious Who Witi Rnisii Bonng Gas Well HEKOHW THE CI TV COMlANV SELL The ami and the ifftoe ties Land Titles js need of a Ijind Titles Of in Southern Alberta and the Her Is of the opinion that it should te established as soon as possible at present there are two Lnml Tit Offices in the at Cul and The people in south must register tkles at Calj and instance upon instance can jbe quoted that the delay in securing cthe registered title is a matter of a or ten days at The rva aon It is not incompe the Calgary but too much or in other try cover too large a territory one f In Ontario there is a registry in every Tlie work of an I in that province is a men bag ktclle compared with that in either Alberta Thegovernment should establish at once a Land Titles Otlice at bridge to serve Southern The Wests Best Frank Oliver is making good or ra ther he has made He is stron v ger than he ever was in the west to The people belfeve in him they trust They know he ishonest ind sincere and s doing his utmost to assist the Heis a lie is Frank Oliver to Success in public hasriot swelled his He is not of the type that imagines himself better than other mortals when rais ed to Cabinet He considers and rightly a servant the He wants to do what is best for the citizens of the order to their he nearly every important point the four western provinces and mingles with the He goes to Ottawa and to Parliament that he is in touch with western sentiment and to frame legislation that will be accept r able tb Western That is the Li kind of a man Western Canada ad Where is the man that got cold feet September Cured if he stayed here worse if he went Indians cannot vote The same law should to the Jap and the j Howwould you like your vote to be offset by a Chinese laundrymaii the members present at j council meeting on Monday evi Uixon asked the Council to take a look at one of his teams A commHtoe was appointed by the Mayor to interview the probably the original agreement would he opeiulive us it Would outside of the for the of a sidewalk from sum voted the The coun with ivgurd to arrangeniwit requirenew X or Hi A lot of English speaking voters are not worthy of the fran chise and a law should be passed making it necessary for a man to able to at and write Ijefore he can cast a A man who has been bribed or who hasj bribed anybody should for I jo t us have a voting popula tion of intelligent Dont he afraid to tell everybody TO FIX Tlim WJvLLS Arnold reported concern ing the putting in of a concrete lining in the two wells at 1iiinp house tho The walls would be lii inches thick at the top and 18 the The estimates of cost would be as follows Kxcavation 180 90 10 Totul which had been injuivd in an accident by which the were burned at Hemoving Timbers the nuisance asked the council to view the team tKfore he would put in any claim for damages The Klectnc Vnipany reported lhat they had a of men C22 This would provide iKjrmanent lin ing up 10 a point 8 feet than the present top of ie their the wells and they thom all in satisfactory The council was invited to visit the Woollen A motion was passvd providing that tie council vi sit in a body at some time conven ient to iv Saunders through asked permission to move a metal covered storage back of Sou i hern Alberta News Oilice from the ivar of lots to the front where it could be used us a small The application was referred to the city solicitor for Regarding the application of The Hoard of Trade or City Counj Hopkins for reduction of charges for cil should purchase a page of spaces the viuer said that he found ing on the city lights and that inti wyuU1 Ihice their on the same short time they exacted to have lcvet as lho olhor5 about the great crops in this dis that Hopkins was doing as in aDes Ciiicago or JCinnea potis paper and toll about the crop returns in this It would be had lie was supplying water a than publicity in western Keep boosting for The Liberals of to residents for fifty cents a Fleet wood said it was not fail to waUr consumers in the city who paying a Mor displayed very poor judgement in dej to Hopkins ciding not to put a candidate intot holders for fifty over it was not fair to ask the wa terworks department to supply water to supply the house tire field in the Federal byeelection because they considered it would be unfair to 31 Hy Hopkins was agreeable to pay ing 50 a month for the water pro vided thy first two items of the sche S fect below that and highest xvater but above all ordinary high The Court of Revision for hear ing of in resycet to speoiu assessment for the cost of local im provemciH and sywers will be heltl in the Council Chamber on l2th at S cil Anight judgv that the amount of gas struck was suflldent to warrant the carrying out of the The Mayor suggested tliat the company go ulieud with the drill ing and that tlu city reimburse company for the extra lie did not like to authorize uxpeitdUura of ey before it is voted by the mid suggesttHlthat the Electric pany go ahead with the boring while the city council is putting the by law It whs pointed out lhat a bylaw cwuld Ix passed inside n If the city bought the the 31ayor it would le forc ing the hand of the Tlie council agreed that no one would be satisfied to see tiie work stop The eviKnditure nt any other time would be very much Freeman did not think that the com pany would care to buy the pipe on a Lhnnce of selling it if the bylaw did not The Mayor oskeH Freeman if the EKctric Company is prepared to ACCOLXTS IAID The following accounts were order ed paid Arnold Heraid 1rinting Cunningham Iliginbathfam Western Warehouse Trans fer Iron Works Fraser RogersCunningham Keyes Knauf North West Jobbing Western Warehouse Trans fer Adams out to th struck or city whether gas is Freeman replied that the company realized that sooner or the city would takeover the and it was his opinion that they would sell out now as well as at any other If gas not struck the plant of the company more valuable than if the gas were The sentiment of was in favor of the pub ownership yf lhe Alighting plant and the company Cunningham d raited a motion as follows That this council in view of favorable indications is opposed to stopping work of drilling of well should suflicitnt How not be found at the 1600 foot and Cunningham be a committee to draft Chapiimn Valve man is a martyrto insinuation audj Uule authorized by the city were takj Qreai iron Works scandal they should bring forth the en These are that householders evidence to satisfy the Canadian getting one barrel a week pay fifty If he is guilty then they should cents a and those itaking two be manly enough to contest the seat with a It is very child ish to talk about unfairness to wlten these London Liler barrels a week pay a dollar a month Hopkins had submitted an aflida vit showing the prices he was charg ing for the water which were accord als have done practically nothing to ing to the His statement remove the impression that existswas Dont Let Them We would like to see the Alberta government at its next session pass a law preventing any of the Asiatic graces having votes in this t We do not want people without our Ideals of without our ideals without our aspirations as a province and na to bear any part in the elpction jWour We haveen ough poor stuff in the voting class especially ought to tje unanimous m Tavoring such a It is bad enough to have these races in the country but it would be incomparabhworse to give them a voice in our Tnc Herald Iparas that the attonuy is in favor of such a law in We throughout the country in regard to the cause Hymans retirement from public The voters lists close at the of the If you have not seen to it that your name is it time you The franchise is a grent privilege and should IKJ looked Get onthe That the Kerr have been The of Patterson for a position on the city police force was referred to the police com The assessment of tlw Southern Al Iwrta News and the Western ery was both firms being assessed for the same Robinson ported that he had interviewed 1 great booster for Southern Alberta I comptroller of the who informed him that the is acknowledged by everyone and that company did not see their way clear they know a good booster arid a i to grant the laying of a sidewalk ac sourcc of reliable information is ross Block until some definite ar doubtcd by It is therefore no rangement had nuuie with the small compliment io the Lethbriclge Herald to have this company send circular letters to all who have pur city in connection with the extension of Baroness Road as a drainage out This report was in connection chased Alberta lamls from them the petilion for a sidewalk for ing them to subscribe for the Leth hope If able to brinj out the proposal at the next is he ought to be in legislation carrying OUR POINT OF VIEW The opposition of some of the citi to the bylaws to be voted ukon next Monday of dissatisfaction with thr location of the Isolation Hospital is certain ly not consistent or The site was chosen by the Council nfter a bridge Herald ifthey wish ktcp in touch with Southern These letters were sent during the past week ant have leen received by sev eral in this district having the residents of the North TO ALTER FFItE MALL submitted plans of the Fire Hall Iron Works The following accounts were pre sented for payment Dominion Wood Pipe Herald Printing North West Jobbing ia agreement to subjnit to the coun cil as a basis of the Iftlaw to lay the eoile forthwith author ixing The mo tion was Keyes Tiiylor Nelson lraser McKenxie Oarage Jiobcrtson Iron Works GOSSIP ON THE SIDE Hays Iron Johnston City Cartage Rlectric North West Jobbing Higinboiham Southern Alberta TL Skfith Jjistc Jacuzzi East on Iron Electric power The Tattler after walking home from the officein the brilliant moon light one evening this the effect of the moonshibe oi his brain in the following lie of fers his profuse apologies to oir ter ALBERTA RED Breathes there a man with seine dead Who nevezto himself hath tail year Ill raise Alberta Whose thoughts have neer within him turnd To chances he has often spurnd Of getting what he should have earned such there go mark him well him no bank account shall The Board of Trade has no L got a great deal of funds to nnrl does Arnold for the alteration a cost of report was submitted to t lie FirCr Water and L iht The proposed changes are primarily for the im provement of the quarters and putting the ceils out of tha not seem to get much monev in al thcv are vcry The city of the discussion of ways and is as regular as No one seems to take the matter se riously enough to grapple with it and open up an aggivssivo campaign As n result the work of the Board is so niillillcd as to be practically The Board of Trade will never what it should until it iiits a regular Board of Trade in some accessible The must be in such a location to make m display that will easily let jeople knoxv it is the oflice to which they can go for thv informa tion and direction they A pro ficis would on tlie ground nmi the police offices pre sent city ofikes and council chamber He an vised the putting in of a new as chairman of the Works nnd Proierty Committee ad vised that if it le possible financially a crossing placed across Duf fcrin opposite Tuffs store Thereport was The report of the city engineer re commending Uicr of a cesf pool Reids resilience at tne pump house was am athonghj located and equipped office is notconsideretl ideal by the essential to the work of the the only site that was It will cost money of but iV A V Vl i M property holder in1 any of the city would for nn isola hospital and residents objected to its being in their It is several months since the site chosen by the council in open session and although the choice was in the press of the objection was raiwd until noxv that the hospital is complpted and Tniist be paid Anyone who visits the si of the Tho secrotarytivasurc of th must le if returns are to The Board of Trade seems to be playing with the financial prob can see that the objections i iiot even well The lo of the nuisance ground is that Round in the heart of city gets more smoke and smell the prevailing southwest wind is The fact that the nui mace ground is always on frs prac takes away danger of in While the provincial regu 1 lations call for a safety space of two Because the City Council donsj Commrttee not come through with all the mon ey the Roard of Trade nothJng for This is the first year that this part of the country has reached a stage of development that would warrant an aggressive and extensive cam paign on behalf of the city and dis And the opportunity is being school board wrote asking for a crosp ing at the corner of Coutts nnd Bom streets nnd a sidewalk so astc connect with the doors of the new school being Request was re Terrcd to the Works nnd Marked indication growth of the provirc n n is the distance at the iso hospital is over three hund rfcd The hospital ds situated in place that is away from any resi or liklihood of The objection should to the lo cation of the nuisance not of its proximity to iso but because of its from the heart of the bylaw oa of tlM of to be found in the of the provinclxi s Here is the receipts for of rev tabl 3 and a similar 1tes from companies Foreign licenses 1906 fees Pedlars licenses Automobile Certificates Miscellaneous for the niwe iths of 1907 ELCCTiU C C031 PAXY WO OLD SELL Elec ric addresswl the council in re ard tothe gas He reminded he council tuiU the agreement was the company was to bore 1C500 iet and that the reach el nt the present time liroad though his wide Cattle and sliccp to match Despite these ranch and The man who cannot sec the mine Oi wealth in Turkey or who Is far too dense to see the flow Gf gold in cant got ahead Of him who sows Ailwrta An Allwrtai preacher was discours by the borers vere to receive a Tie rc nindcrl the council that if casing were ordered at it would not e here any too The council should take action at onca if it to go to a greater The company was ing on the Ailxjrta and deult 100 The contract with Peat wh US c IT BehoUl a t bons was that any was and WHEJt WILL Remember that your Executor should have experience in the discharge of the duties of this important office and a thorough knowledge of the udmiuistrution of A Trust Company lias these requirements and is especially organized and equipped to act us Executor under Make a will aud appoint this Company your THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE Head Capital and Public Adiuinistrator for Letlibridge Judicial Advisory Board for Alberta Turner William 711 First Street ASrest Alexander Corner Manager to make arrangements to drill clwp er or to hand the well over to the The Electric will grant he use of the present well nnd if gas is the original agreement should obtain and the company be bought If gns is the city should pny half the cost of namely for the tise of the Knowing circumstances n re as difficult as they are it would be impossible to get another hole bored for the same The known di fficulties would cause the expenditure to reach If the city docs not wish to continue the it should give the company an exclus ive franchise in the city if they con tinue the boring nnd strike What Freeman wished to 5m press upon the council cssity of action in the The engineer said thnt us THAT 100 AD AGAIN manager of th Southern Allwrta appeared be fore the Council regarding the city advertisement in Industrial Leth lie spoke of the paper as one with a hazardous beginning and of local The Xews was not trcatetl wi other ad vertising He thought the notion of the Council Mayor Jalbraith said that the Sou ing the hole boring could be continued to a depth of feet Six inch casing is now being used and could IK used to a depth of 1800 feet after which a four inch pipt hart not the council any expla would have to nation of the unwarranted tfclay of The strata at Vhich gas had been about six months in the struck at Medicine Hat and Calgarj sixscial no clue as where the gas Cunningham mentioned that he had an interest in the question but he thought that the Industrial numlrer was a cretlltable number suited to the city at any of the The motion of the Mayor that 973 be paid to the Southern Alberta subject sower went forth to wlvcn he sowed all the seed foli into good Thu earth brpuijh forth fruit of lirst the then the after that the full corn n the And the snow descended and the winds blew and beat upon the grain and it fell and great was the fall of But if grain fall shall it rise again If the grain rise not then shall we have no But since by the wind and snow the grain by the wind came also the res And tho word went forth up your eyes and look unto tho iclrls for they are white unto the Thrust in thy sickle and for the time is come for thec o And the laborers went xrth to reap and the good ground brought forth fnrit some thirty fold some sixty fold and some an hundred Who hath cars to hear let Ihcrn Aibcrta News had not the city fairly and resented FesT scndens insinuation that the council Was using Eaton The N gftve no chw as where the would be struck Cunningham asked what company would take if the city de Freeman replied that if tho was prepared to go another 400 feet the cost would a foot at tha depth of the cost of piping DECISIONS RESPECTING SEWS TAPKRS person or persons trho take paper regularly from the post omce addressed in his name or an others or whether he has subsceibe or not is responsible for If a person onters his paper discon he must pay all o the publisher may continue to sent it until payment is and then collect the whole amount whether the paper is taken or The courts have retus mg to take newspapers or periodical from the post office or removing ani leaving them uncalled for while sub fccription ncmnins is prim evidence of Intentional The license of the Cosmopolite hotel at Harry Howard YOU would be just as enthusiastic as we are over our Cash System if you could only realize the great we can make for Our time is spent in giving you bur best service and not in collecting accounts and worrying over We are very ambitious in our line and intend to curry a NOSI COMPLETE Also Curtain Poles Pictures and Picture Spot cash 8 per discount or twofifths cash and bal ance with limited TheTurpin Furniture We guarantee a square deal to all who trade stock Being opened at the by The Brown Not as in error advertised last week We have nearly completed opening this We will have all opened by this adnouncement reaches This ineaos bargains iu Dress Fancy Dry Boots and Remnants of all Dress will be one of many bar gains offered this Call and inspect this stock and get We were unable to get stock opened in time for advertisement to quote Bargains just the The Brown Canadas New Weekly Newspaper full of mccowt WM carrwd Frvnaan reminded the council beta WESTERN HOMESTEAD will make its first appearance October 26th 16 pages of interesting reading THE WOMEN Will find many interesting ar ticles on the Fashion Recipes and Household Hints as well as the latest feminine news and a serial story of great human Will get all the latest finan cial Sporting and general news of the tiny from the world Interesting artic les on current topics and ma ny other special The Young People will also find much to interest them in I 5 a One Dollar a Published every Saturday morning Beginning October 26th WANTED wide awake boys in every town and village to sell Western Ca nadas new Western Hustlers can make capital for terms The Western of the CamroseMail announced he in the W for the Dominion and will COB tot the Will open Dancing Claaees for Children and Watch for Music fur nished for and Box Few bewail the loss of another mans A girl will never believto ft nan who her he loves her rt a at ;