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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta _ CO.. LTD. fiiltor and Manager. �If'-'SWl. ol Job Department. �[i^BSOHIPTION: 'tileV . �1.50 a year iWiaa . �2.00 a year ' ADVERTISINGS; tomh  tl.OO Per Inch ;A Land Titles Office. Isolation hospital would be unwise because the location Is the liest that could bo secured, because it is not really undesirable, because live hos-pjtal is already completed nnd must l>e paid for, because the itefent of the by-law means the embarrassment ol ottior works and because If the money Is not voted on Monday another by-low for the same purposv must lie submitted immediately incurring additional expense. Who Will finish Boring Gas Well? Mft QtESTlOV HEKORE THE CITY corNciLr-Ki..K("niir t'OMl'ANV WlULl) NKl.t. Ol T Well, now, country \> isn't this a glorious Where is tho man that got cold feet in September here; worse If he went away A sih'tial comm+tttv was appointed, 'that probably the original agreement by the Mayor to Interview the A. U.l would noV be operative as It would & I. Co. with regard >to arrangement( require new money, outside of the for the building of a sidewalk from sum voted by the by-law. The council might Jlldgv that the amount of gas hi ruck was sufficient to warrant North Word. TO KIX TtbR WELLS The Mayor, ond Aid. Macbeth, Yrooman, Watson, ami Cunningham were the niomlvrs preseivt at tlu council meeting on Monday evening Kph. Dixon asked the Council to; Concrete ..... Cured if he stayed'tnkt" 11 l,,ok ,u olu' "'' ,,is "'",m ,,:x,'avntion which had been injured in an accident Embankment 'Engineer Arnold reported concerning the putting in of a permanent concrete lining In the two wells at Pump house nearest the river. The walls would be 11! inches thick at the top and IS at the base. The estimates of cost would he as follows: .................... SMM ................... t SO .................... 0� iThere Is need of n l^and Titles Ot-ln Southern Allwtu and the Her W is of the opinion that it should established as soon as possible I nt Lnthbrldge. present there are two Laud Titles Offices jn the province, at Cal-ry and Edmonton. The people in south must register titles at Cavitary and Instance upon Instance can qtiotcd that the delay in securingi the registered title is a matter of a week or ten days at times. The rco-on Is apparent. It is not inoompe-4ency in the Calgary oilier, but too much work, or in other words, try-| ing to cover too large a territory jfwKh one office. |' lit Ontario there is a registry office [fefn every county. The work of an office in that province is a mere bagatelle compared with that in either of the Alberta offices. by which the horses were burned at Removing Timbers .................. 10 the nuisance ground IK- asked tlu'i Total .............................. $0122 council to \ lew the team liefoiy hoI -r k;,;:;:"',^;;:;:,I"' ssdttX&txs2Zi~*-* �......- -..... How would vou like your vote to! that they had n stnlf of men work Indians cannot vote in Alberta. The same law should apply to the ,lap and the Chinaman. the carrying out of the by-ltiw. The. Mayor suggested that the company go ahead with the drilling and that 'the city reimburse company for the eAtra ex|K?ndltUros. He did not like' to authorise the expenditure of money before it is voted by the twoplo. and suggested that the Electric Company go ahead with the boring while the city council Is putting the bylaw through. It \vhs pointed out that a by-low could l� passed Inside n month. If the cily bought the casing, the Mayor maintained. It would be forcing the hand of the voters. The WHESt MAKI/tG ifOWH WILL Remember thai your Executor should have experience in the discharge of the tin ties of this important, office nnd a thorough knowledge of the administration of estates. A Trust Company hus thoet> requirements nnd is especially 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^Lcthbridge Judicial District. Advisory Board for Alberta : D. W. Mnrsh, Esq. P. Turner Bone, Esq., William Penrce, Esq. 711 First Street West (Alexander Corner) Canary. ^ A. G. ROSS, Manager. the pr sent top of the wells and! !",t,s,"'(1 10 w'e tMl' wo,"k !*,t'l> miw. be offset by a Chinese lnundrymiin'? lug on the city lights anil that in a short time I hey e\|veted to have True. A lot of Knglish speaking! them all In satis'netur.v condition, j voters are not worthy of the frnn-' The council was invited In \isilj ehise and a law should Ih> passed |'the Woollen Mill. A motion was making it necessary for n malt to he; passed providing that t'n- ccmncil vi-j | able to at least read ami write before! s't ''i n body at some time conven : he can cast a hnllot. A man who] ient to all. ' lias l>een bt-ilted or who has brilx'd; I'-- I' Saunders through I'.. lingvll, ] anybody should he disqualified for' asked p.rnossi. u to move a metal I life. U>t us have a voting papula-; covered storage btiil.ding back of Sou' 1 Hon of clean, intelligent men. j thern Allierta News Office from the I --- I ivur of the lots to the front where I Don't be afraid to tell everybody' r could lie used as a small store I about the. great crops in this dis-! The application was referred to thei(>|| 'trlct. I city solicitor for ad\ice. ! C " ' Ibgardiag the application of G. V. Herald Printing Co. The Hoard of Tra.de or City Conn- Hopkins for reduction of charges for y ^ Cunningham ! cil should purchase a page of space water. .1. 11. Kleot w ood. the vO'er'Wm ,,... The government should t-slnbsh ot th bridge to serve Southern Alberta. The West's Best Friend. Frank Oliver is making good or rather he has made good. He is slron-ger thnn he ever was in the wvst to- ll day. The people believe in him: theyj t)K. fiedd j, the Inderal bye-election Mr. Hopkins was agreeable to pay-trust him. They know he is> honest j Ixhuusc they considenil it would be ing S.in u month lor the water pro-j �nd sincere and s doing his utmost] unfair to Mr. Hyiaan. If Mr. Hv- vided Hk- lirst two items of the sche- to assist the west. Mr. Fleetwood said it was not fair; \elsoti �v; l-'raser to waL-r lonsiimers in the city who; i{ogei-s-Cunningham I.br. Co. Adams ........................ L. Keyes ..................... .1. A Knauf ..................... North West .lobbing Co. ... W�>slern Waivhouse & Trnas fee Co......................... K. Adonis ........................ Chapman Valve Mfg. Co. ... western patters. Keep boosting for 1-etlihritlge. wi-re paying $l..*>n a month. More-. ).� ~-~ over it was not fair to ask the wa- The Liberals of London, Ontario, terworks de|iurtiiient to supply water displayed very poor judgement hide- to Mr. Hopkins to supply the house- ciding not to put a candidate into holders for nftv cems. lie said that | Kali not swelled his head of the type that , man is a mnrtyr to insinuation nnd n these l-ondon Lilvr- ing for the water which were orrord-s. of the people. He wunts tt� do what ,|s have done practically nothing to ing to the schedule. His Htotement 5, is best for the citizens of the west, j remove the impression thnt exists was filed. t In order to ascertain th?ir views, ho throughout the country in regard toj The application of A. L Patterson visits nearly every important pointj thy cnuse; Mr. Hyman's retirement for a position on the city polico Freeman xtid not think that the com puny would care to buy the pit>c on a chance of soiling it if the by-law did not pass. The Mayor asked Mr. Freeman if the F.lvctrlc Comtmny is prepared to seU out to the city whether gas is struck or not. Mr. Freeman replied that the company realized that sooner or later the city would toko over the plant nnd it was his opinion thnt they would sell out now as well as I'he following accounts were order-! at any other time. If gas were not I struck the plont of the company \rnoiil ..................... $ tS.TO would be more valuable than if the 14..*>()! gas were struck. The sentiment of I'l.ilfi! the citizens was in favor of the pub-1H..'Io| lie ownership of the lighting plant and the compnny recognized it. Aid. Cunningham drafted a motion as follows: That this council in view, 1 .V) of favorable indications !is opposed j �i 2'-' to .stopping work of drilling of thu| 107.51 well should sntUcUnt How not be 1 177.il\ found at the IHtXi font limit.-that.j '20.�">,"> Aid. Watson, Vroonian. Oliver, and', 91.25 Cunningham be a committee to draft; :i.�:>! ^ I."..ok cash system if you could only realize the great savings we can make for you. Our time is spent, in giving you our best service and not in collecting accounts and worrying over credits. We are very ambitious in our line and intend to carry a MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF FIIIM 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. The Turpin Furniture Co. ggp We guarantee a square deal to all who trade here. Hoy ...... 1^'th. Oarage Co....... .las. Kohertson & Co. 1-eth. Iron Works ...... GOSS]P|By the ON THE SIDETatl,er in the four western provinces and; from public life. C mingles with the people. He goes mm^m back to Ottawa nnd to Parliament I The voters lists dose at the The force was referred to the police com-1 Sonted for payment: I Jim tec end of, The assessment of the Southern Al- knowing thnt he is in touch withj th,. month. If ,\on have not seen to; lierm News and the W.-stern Station- I western sentiment and prepared to i frame legislation thnt will Ik- acceptable to Western people. That is the . kind of a man Western Canuda admires. it that your name is on. it is time cry Co. was ordeml charged. both you did. The franchise is a great firms In-ing assessed for the same privilene and should be looked after, presses. Uel on the list. j Sec'y -Treas. CS. \V. llobinson ro- liorti^l that he had int.erview.il K. II. That the O. W. Kerr Co. have been Wilson, roniptrol.ler of the A. R. & great booster for Southern Alberta I. Co. who informed him that tho is acknowledged by everyone and that company did not see their way clear Wo would like to see the Allvrlii thoy know 11 ''"oster and a to grant the laying of a sidewalk ac- govornment at its next session pass source of reliable information is ross lilock I. until some definite nr- Don't Let Them Vote. ALBERTA RED law preventing any of the Asiatic doubted by none, it is therefore no rnngeinent had l>een maile with the1 \y races having votes in this province.; Wo do not want !>eople without our ideals of civilization, without our ideals of government, without our aspirations as a province and nation to bear any pari in the elation of our representatives. We have enough poor stuff in the voting class now. The workingmen especially ought to be unanimous in fnvoring sueh a law. It is bod enough to have these races in the country but it would be incomparably worse to give litem u voice in our affairs. small compliment to the Lethhridgc' city in connection with the pvttAision j Herald to have this company send of linn mess Koad as o, drainage out-1 circular letters to all who have pur-, let. This report was in connection! |{ ,| chased Alberta hinds from thvm advis e 8t Eire. Water and; I I. ght Cumuli 1 tee. 'The proposed cluing s are primarily for the ini-proVein.nl nf tin- police quarters nnd putting the cells oh; of the basement' as they ore very dump. 'The city of-; fie s would lie on the ground lliior, ; and the polue offices when1 the present city ollii es mid council chamber are. He advised the puttinii in of a new furnace. Aid. Viooimtn, as chairman of the Works and l'ro|(eriy Committtv nd-j Vised that if il be possible Tina neia 11 y 1 that a crossing le placed across Duf-i ferin Street. o|i|iosite .1. Tuff's store! The report was filed. | The report of the city engineer re-1 commending the putt ng of a cvss pool at Mr. Iteid's residence at tne; pump house was r.dopted. Tho secretary-treasurer of tho school board wrote asking for a cross ing ot the corner of Coutts nnd Oom |mss streets ond a sidewalk so an to connect with the doors of the now 82.80. Hl.HO 30.21  i.a�|S 50.2.-i [ * '1.101  .80; I 2.l�o: 3.00; $021.911 I"'10 Tattler after walking home following accounts were pre-i from tho office in the brilliant moon- I light one evening this week, s.-owed 25.00 the effect of the moonshibe o. hisi 2155 02i ',rn'n l" tlie following lines. l\i ot-81.3il fl'rs his profuse apologkes to otr Wn  1 '151 ter Scott. 1 t 35 32.30 .(10 Urenthes there a man with seine ,.o ,00| dead 5.00 Who never to himself liuth -i.ii I; 8y.Vt(l "Next year I'll raise Alberta -�!:*' S.lOj Whoso thoughts � have ne'er within 60.00' him turn'd 2.80 To chances he hns often s|iurn'd 1 88 Of getting what he should have 12.90' earned'.' b.99 if such there breathe, go mark him 113.01) well; 20.50 Eor him no bank account shall 3.001 D swell. 3.50 llroad though his acres, wide hit 4 51.111 ranch, Cattle and horses, sb.vp to mutch; liespite these acres, ranch and kine, 'I'he man who cannot see tho mine i wealth in Turkey Red. or who Is far too denw to siv the flow Ol gold in grain, can't got ahead jS. .). McDiarmid ........... 1 Dominion Wood Pipe Co. j Herald Printing Co....... North West .lobbing Co. A R & I. Co............... Hays Mfg. Co............... Ijc�th. Iron Works ........... .J. .1. Johnston ............ City Cartage Co............ Ijeth. Electric Co......... North Wi^st .lobbing Co. .1. D lliginbotham & Co. Southern Alberta News .. 111. Oliver II. Skeith ,or, Liste Jacuzzi ...... A. East on .v; Co. Lab. Iron Works I.eth. Electric C o. power ELECTRIC COMPANY WOPLD SELL OCT. $10,000 stock Being opened at the Co-Op. hy The J. Brown Co. Ltd. (Not $1,000 as in error advertised last week) We have nearly completed opening and marking this stock. We will have all opened by time this udnouncement 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. Cull and inspect this stock and get prices. We were unable to get stock opened in time for this advertisement to tyuote prices. Bargtiius just the same. The J. Brawn Co., Ltd. M. Ereemon. manager of the Klec trie Co, addressed the council in n gun I 10 the gas well. He reminded of |lim ui,, sows .\ll>erta Red. Canada's Neiv Weekly Newspaper lion hospital and residents objected 1 be playing with the nnuncial prob- tO R� being placed in their vicinity. It is several months since the site was chosen hy the council in open Session and although the choice was announced in the press of the city, leni. Itucuusu the City Council does [ committee not coino through with till the mon-' ey required, the Hoard of Trade does nothing for itself. This is tho llrst your that this port school being built. Request was referred to the Works and Proixsrty no objection was raised until now i of the country hus reached a stage that the hospital is complied aaidjof development thut would warrant �must bo paid for. ftn nggress-ive and extensive cam- Anyone who visits the site of the! poign on behalf of tho city and dis- ? hospital can soo that the objections A are not even well founded. The lo-* cation of the nuisance ground is I �uch that Round St. in the heart of be the city gets more smoke and smell y_ wbun the prevailing south-west wind ,fia blowing. The fact that the nui-aanee ground is always on fire prac-"tlcally takes away all danger of in-fcWtion- While tho provincial regu-; 'Rations call for a safety space of two hundred feet, tho distance at the iso-... lotion hospital is over threo hundred fertt. The hospital i..�*itl;ii !'� 'J and a similar I ibis j�*r. Kes from Provlnim 1900 1907 companies ... 18,113.55 $0,7fi865 Foreign " 7,143.00 11,357.35 Marriage licenses 570.00 700.00 Gazette fees ......... 585.0eured be-foiv tho Council ivgurding tho city's advertisement in Industrial Loth-bridge, llo spoke of the paper as one with a hazardous beginning and worthy of local support. Tho News was not being treated as other advertising mediums, lie thought the tiction of the Council unjust, Mayor Ualbralth said that tho Sou them Alborto. News had not treated tho city fairly and resented Mr. Fes-senden's insinuation that the council was using Katon methods. Tho News had not givon the council any expla nation of tho unwarranted delay ol about six months in getting out tho special number. Aid. Cunningham mentioned that he had an interest in the question but he thought that tlu Industrial Lothlirldge number was a creditable number suited to advertise the city at any time of tho year. The motion of the Mayor that 975 be paid to the Southern Alberta 90.795.85 News in full of account was carried the loiincil tool the agreement was 1h.it the company was to bore 1 tit 10 ii et and that the depth reached at the present time was over I It'l) feet. 'The contract with Petit iVi Sons was that if any delay was roused by the Company , the borers were to receive .^'Jo o day. He reminded the council that if casing were ordered at once, it would not be here any too soon. 'The council should take action at one., if it desires to go to a greater depth 'The company was prepared] to make arrangements to drill dvp-| 1 er or to hand the well over to the city. i 'The Electric Comtmny will grant I 'lie use of the present well and if 1 gas is struck, tho original agreement j should obtain and the company lx( bought out. If gns is not struck, the city should pay half the cost of j^hole, namely $5,000 for the use of th.' hole. Knowing circumstances are os dilllciilt, as they are it would lv impossible to get another hole bored tor the same money. The known di-lllculties would cause the expenditure to reach $15,000. If the city does not wish to continue tho boring, it should give the comtmny un exclusive franchise in tho city if they continue the boring and strike gns. What Mr. Eroemun wished to impress upon tho council was tho necessity of immediate action in the matter. Tho engineer said that using the present hole boring could be continued to a depth of 3,0f�) foot. Six inch cusing is now being used and could be used to a depth of 1800 foot after which a four inch pipo would have to bo used. Tho strata at which gas had been struck at Medicine Hat nnd Calgary gave no clue ns to where the gas would bo struck here. Aid. Cunningham asked what the company would take if the city do oidod to go down anothor 400 foot. Mr. Freeman replied that if tho city was prepared to go another 400 feet the cost would be |10 a foot at that depth outside of the cost of piping. -THE- All Alberta preacher was discoursing on the Allvrtn crops, and dealt with his subject scriplerally Ik-hold a sower went forth to' sow, ami when he sowed all I 1 he snieil fell into good ground. I The earth brough forth fruit j of itself, lirst the blade. then! ; tho ear, after that the full corn nj \ the ear. And tile snow descended ondj 'the winds blew and beat upon the; I grain and it fell and great was tho fall of it. Hut if grain fall sho.ll it rise again? If the grain rise not then shall we have no harvest. Hut since by the wind and snow tho grain fell^ by the wind citme also the resurrection. And tho word went forth "Lift up your eyes and look unto tho fields for they are white unto tho harvest. Thrust in thy sickle and reap, for tho time is come for tlieo to reap." And tho laborers went forth to reap ond the good ground brought forth fruit some thirty fold some sixty fold and some an hundred fold. Who hath ears to hoar lot him. hoar." WESTERN HOMESTEAD will make its first appearance Saturday, October 26th 16 pages of interesting reading THE WOMEN Will find ninny interesting articles on the Fashion Cooking Recipes and Household Hints ns well ns tho latest feminino news and a serial story of grout human interest. DECISIONS RESPECTING NEWSPAPERS Any person or porsons who tako a paper regularly from the post office whether addressed in his name or an other's or whether ho has subscribed or not is responsible for payment, If a person orttors his paper discontinued, ho must pay all arrears, or tho publisher may continue to send it until payment is made, and then collect the whole amount whether the paper is taken or not. Tho courts have decidod-that refusing to take nowspapers or periodicals from tho post ofltce or removing and leaving them uncalled for whilo subscription remains unpaid, is prima (facie evidence of intentional fraud. THE MEN Will get all the latent financial Sporting and general nyws of the day from tho world over, interesting articles on current topics and many other 8|iecial features. The Young People will also find much to iuterest them in The Western Homestead 5 centi a copy. One Dollar a year. Published every Saturday morning Beginning Saturday, October 26th The license of the Cosmopolitan hotel at Dlairmore, Harry Howard, Mr. Freeman reminded the council Proprietor, has been cancelled. WANTED Uw, wide awake boys in every olte town and village to sell Western Canada's new weekly newspaper, "The Western Homestead." Hustlers can make monoy. No capital required. Write for terms immediately. The Western Homestead, Calgary, Alta. n31. T. B. Thomas, of the Camroae Mall has announced that he ia in the field for the Dominion House, and will con tost the Strathcona constituency, MISS WINNIFRED HILL TEACHER OF MU8I0 AND DANCING, Will open Dancing Classes for Children and Adults, Watch for further announcement. Music furnished for dances and receptions. Address, Box 512, Lethbridge. Few men bewail the loss of another man's monoy. A girl will never believe a who telle her he loves her ancUlets tt go at Chat, ;