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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 26, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta The High School Observer A. O. Virtue, lOtJHoi-in-chiaf Assistant rOditois-^.J. K. Kenny, M. Punswortb. M Vol. 3 Friday, Seytt. 21, 1907 No. t KDITORJAL, COIX'MN. Our ronclors will, no doubt, notice the chnnf^o in name our popcr has undergone. After sunic consideration � have dnclded thiH the name w have cho.sen will be more suitoblo than the somc'what humble "Oleanor' JIovvi>v�r, 'We ho|ie that our journal it.soll' will not undorgo uny Krent chaiiRo nnil tliat wo will bo able to maintain the hi^h standard attained by the proce north .lido of the barracks and from thoro to the school, ihoro is often itothiu;; l^ss than a mud-hole throuii'h which chiUli'cn wndc as IhrouRh a Slough of Dospond. Fire-drill, presumabl.v for our protection, is riffidly enforced but we are mom lik'ely to die from wet feci and the consequences arising from them. The town council should act' at once in this matter and put in a couple of hundred yarrJs of sicconiini{ of a very pioor character. Fully half our boys siJisnd their time playinj{ the somewhat bar baroua gama of "uob)>ics." Thsn, a good pcreentttgc stay in school and make the blackboards hideous with games of criss-cross, hangman, utc. I^brhaps flftocn or si.vtoen boys will l>lay baseball and we wish to say that there is plenty of room for more players in that game. Boys, throw away your nobbie .�>iicks and chalk and either buy a football or else pUiy the old game of base ball- \ man with a wife back in Gloucester, Didn't tr.v her alTections to fouccstor As a matter of course, She applieii for divorce. about bur bookstoiv-s evcr.y year. Do-Iq.V in sending tor books, dcln.v in golting 'them on the shelves, and,- full speed ahead in prices. If one of our local book-.sellers doesn't stop charging so\'en prices tor ,booki) the Centjal School boys will rise up as ona man and shake him till thare won't Iw anything left but a pair of suspenders and a wart. A LITTLE MIXED An Irish editor, sfwaking of the miseries of Ireland says; Her cup of miseries has been for ages overflowing and Ls not jvt ful,l. HAND IX VOUR ESSAY. Pupils of our school ma.Y hav� no-iictMl the tired, pale, sickly lacns of (he editort during the past two weeks. The editors aiv> working too hard and if things were as they .should bp, this would not be. Not one coirtribulJon has been hand cd in to us ami we have had to de-Iiend cnt'inely on our own efforts. We would l>e Very much pleased if .some of the students or teachers would write something for our pa|)cr. Anything will do from a .iokc to a letter criticizing, our paper, and our method.-?. .Names may be given or not as the writer pleases. tweeii 'f.lio hours of itinu o'clock in the f. The i nenty-fii-sL day of CXtober, A.D. 1907, at the hour of 8.30 in the afternoon in the Council. Chamber in the City is hereby nxcd as the time and place for the appointmenl of persons to attend at the polling place nnd at the final summing ui> of votes b.v the Secretary Troasurcr on lichalf of the persons respectively in-torestod in promoting or opposing tho pas.sing of the by-law. 6. The Secretary Treasurer shall on the 5!0th day of October, A.U. 1907, at the Council Chamber in the City nt the hour of Eleven O'clock in the forenoon sum up the number of vote taken upon the proposed b.v-law on the 2>*lh day of October, A.D. 1907, between the hours of Nine O'clock in the forenoon and Five O'clock in the ai'tornoon at the Council Chaniljcr in the City of l.olh bridge. fJco. W. Ilobinson, 26-8 10 Secret ar.v-Treasurer Ita News" and the "Ljthbridge Her-. . . r ^ Lethbridge boy, who discovered ,,,i ,,|,, And now the poor fellow has lou-'a cucumber growing on the ' ''"at the cestfr. WE SHOULD HAVE VARIETY Xow when our concerts arc just, beginning, we think it highly desirable that something nexv and novel should be introduced into our programmes. In former years wo have had little vnriot.v. The programme committeo should take this matter up and pro- SOMR CRITICISM Although our society is generally orderly and veil conducted, it has om' or two faults which should be corri'cLofl. One of "these is, that members, when they wish to s|)eak, do not address the prc^iident, and sometimes they do not oven rise. This occasions confusion ond the president is treated as an absent quantity. Another fault is that the pupils do not properly consider a quc.>�tion before giving a decision. Wc hope the modesty of tli, i Hustle him as soon as he is able to walk. Into a grammar school, cram him, with talk. Fill his poor head full of figures and facts Keep on jamming tham tilt it cracks Once hoyn grew up at a rational rate \ow wo develop a man whit's you wait Rush him through college, compel him to grab Of every known subject a dip and a dab. Get him in bu-siness and after the cash. votes of the 'Will be taken upon the propos ed hy-lnw on the 28 th ila.v of October, A.D. 1907, betvvcon the hours of j nine o'clock in the forenoon and five o'clock in the afternoon at the Council Chnml)cr in the Ci'-.v of Ixjlli-1 brjd},'!.'. ! Ocorge W. Robinson. .2;j-U-10 S.jcrc'lary Treasurer. laaidc Farmer ta G�t MUlioas. 100 By-Law No..... A Ily-law to provitle for the borrowing of the sum of Twelve Thou-.sand (12,00O) Dollars upon the credit of the City of I^hbridge. Whereas it is necessary to make certain extensions of the City Wator-W>rks S.v.stem and to provide for c.x-ixsnses ali-cad.y incurred in connection therewith, and of the installation of valves nnd improving the City's power plant. And whciereof. And whereas it is estimated that the amount necessary for meeting liabilities already incurred in connection with such works and for the completion thereof will amount to the sum of Thirteen Thousand Five Hundred Dollars Iwing the amount of �hfi debt inteiid'sd to I'e created by this by-law shall be secured by the issue of debentures OOO) Dollars and it is deemed e.x-pedicnt that the said sum of Twelve Thou.sand (12,000) Dollars being the amount of debt inti-nded to 1* created by this by-law, shall be secured by the issue of ilelientures spread o\or a iieriod of forty (40)' years liearing interest at the rate of five (3) per cent, per annum poyablp annually. And Whereas er 23. This decision was ixnicli ed at a meeting of the executive in Calgar.v last Fridu.v. Among those present weie Premiers Rutherford, Hon. C. W. Cross, Dr. Stewart, Calgar.v; Senator Talliot, Lacomljc; Sf. McKenzio. M.P.I'., Macleod; and S. .1, .lones of Calgar.v. ^ The delegates to the convention will include all the Ijilieral members of the House of Commons, the Senate, and the Alberta Legislature", the defeated candidates for the Commons and the Legislature, and ton dole-gat'Os from each of the twenty-live electoral districts. spread over a period of twenty years, bearing interest at the rate of five i equal in each year of the jwrioddur-j I>t>r cent. |�.>r nnniun, payable annual-''"g which the dwijentures are to run. ; 3. During the forty (40) years next | succeeding the data of this by-law coming into ofl'eet an annual rate' l.v. And whereas the amoimt of a.ssctis-able property in the City, according j to the l;iHt revised assessment rofl is i shall be charged and levied against: $3,374,143. And Whoivas the amount of the ex- Tabcr Man Weds. (Toronto Star.) A very pretty wedding took place at 2 o'clock of I'Vrgus. The bride, who was unattended. all rateable property within the City!R'^^" '''^ ""*^''''' '' sufllcient to produce the amount an-'f Brampton, and was du'in ist'ing delK-nture debt of the City is nually requii-od lo.' the purpos.^ of' i" 'vory silk crcpo de 4!193,120.00, of which none of tlKs payment of principal and interest on principal or int/Oit>.st is in arrears. j tlv.! above delxjntur,'.s, but if in any j Ther.'fore the Mayor and Council of J'oar at the time when the rates are j the ('it,\ of Lethbridge enact as fol-, imposed, the Council Hhull haxe on lows: hand to the credi-t of the City and 1. This bylaw .shall take effect on available for the purpose a sum of the first day of Xovemher, A.D. 1007 money suttlctent to moat the pay 2. The Mayor and- Councir of tho.'nonts to lie nunlc in each .year on! City may borrow on tho credit of the'said debentures, it may by resolution j City the sum of Thirteen Thousand niiproprigte such .sum to said pur-j Five Hundred Dollars and may issuo poses, and in such case the charging, dcbentuivs of tho City to that am-� and levying of said annual rate in' ount, in sums of not less than One j-such .year shall not bo required. Hundred Dollars each, so that the! 4. The votes of the burgesses for; number issued shall not in oil oxcoad j or against this by-law shall bo tak Thirteen Thousand Five Hundred Dol chene over white silk, the skirt h;iv-' ing a panel of i-mbroiiliMvd llrussi-ls no't, with front of bodice punollcd to match. Her tullo v(yil was caught wi'Lh a wix>ath of orange blossoms, and she carried a shower bi liquet of bridal rows and lily of the vnll;'.\'. ^! Her onl.v ornament was a iK-arl sunburst, the gift of the groom. After the ceremony, the guestK re- JlOYALf Crown soap Equally as gjood for hard water as for s6fl M.-iiiy women com[iI.iin tlmt the lamwlry soap.s ihp.v ti. lupply; rich in clransinK properties, that llioronijlily cleans the riotliea. 6 liar* will do more work thaa 8 liars of ordinary aoap. Same price, but extraordinary value. GLENDOWER ALLEN Real Estate Farm Lands Gootl Solid Investiiients, M Raw ami Improvttl Lands For Sale. Pincher City Lots from $65 to $400 Dobbie's Sub-Division (IC fii (Ilin^ adjoining Depot, fronv jPlM III JPuIRl For plans and information apply to ' GLENDOWER ALLEN Land Office Pincher Station, Alta LIFE IS WORTH LIVING AT FRUITYALE In the Soiithernniost and Wapniest Valley in the WEST KOOTENAY, B. C. District; fine climate, \v�rni winters, cool summer niKhts, Abundance of pure wuter, ample material on each'tract for fencea, buildings and fuel. Soil deep fniit loam with clay sub-soil. Level and free from rock. $500 to fl,0OfJ per acre protit annually frrowing fruit and market gardening. A comuinnity-not a wilderness. School, poBi office, gtiiieral store started, ohurches next. Every tract within half mile, of main line of railroad anil all within two miles of station, fronting on wa^on roods cut out on the ground. 40 miles from Nelson. Fruitvulo is settling tip fast with good people who will make gootl neighbors, YOU CAX STAIIT WITH $10 but you must act quit^kly in onler to secure one of our 10 acre orchard homes on the $10 down and tlO a month plan. Let us send yoii plan of sitb-division, maps, photographs and the names of some one in" your vicinity who has Fruitvale and purchased land. WE llAKDLt NO LANDS ON COMMISSION and are not in the genenil real estate business but we own nearly one fifth of the good fruit land in the Kootenay distritit which we purchast-d several years ago when we had the pick of it all ; consetpiently we own the best lands, which we c;:n sell cheaper nnd on better terms than others. The enornuius success of our Fruitvale subdivision has jirompted us to jjut on the market wholesale IJLOCKS OF 130 TO 0,000 ACHES suitable for subdivision in order to give ontside firms and individuals an opportunity to interest themselves in the district-These lands are on direct lines of transportation. We have absolute title, and you save commission when buying from us. Prices and terms will surprise you. Full information, descriptions, maps, etc., on application in i)er9on or by letter. KOOTP:nAY ORCIIARO ASSOCIATIOJi Wind St., Nelson. K. C. puiriul t riu! hrido's ffoing-awn.v Rown wn.'s a whito and brown chock, with white lelt hat of Tlivlmit shape, trluiiTicd with lirown Drt^dou silk, with toii-clu's oi lirown vidvo't in Alsntinn cf- ffCt. lard, repayable wHhin twenty years from the date on which this by-law en at tho Council Chamber, in the City o( I.cS't pn tha above debentures. moting or opposing the passing of the by-law. 0. The Sorretnry Treasurer shall on thu SOth day of October, A.D. 4. The votes of the burgesses lor 1007, at the Councii Chamber in the or against thin by-law shall be tnk> City ut the hour nf Klcven (11) O'-cn at the Council Chamber on tho dock in tho forennon sum up the num 2tth d�y At Oetober, A.D. 1907, be-jber of votes for or against th4 by- Machinery for Sale We have for sale TWO COMPLETE IV2 HORSE-POWER CiOMPOUND ENGINES ami � complete TEX BOTTOM PLOW FOR EACH, the finest steam plowing outfit in Canada. See our work at MaSrath to prox^ tliis. Will sell one or Ixjth of thess QutfitB cheap We have also a 14 .v 00 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 onr farm, three niilos north of Magrath. Call tj,t our oflicc for further particulars, Wehavebne 50 horse-power large Touring Car Al^TOMOBILE, Haynes, and one BaicI^ that will be sold cheap for cash. Our lands are nearly till sold, wjiich is our reason for Belling; The O. W. KERR Company ;