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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 26, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta The High School Observer A. (I. Virtue, 1'Mitor-ln-clik.f Assistant Kdltors-.1. K. Kenny, M. M. Dunmvorth. Vol. ;i Friday, Sept. 21, 1007 No. 1 KMTOMAIj column. Our rondoi-H will, no doubt, notice rhfinpo In name our poner h�n undergone. After .some consideration we hnvo decided thai the nnin wo have i'horen will bo moiv suitable tbnn the soiticwhnt humble "Gleaner" However, ho|*! that our Journal Itself will not undergo any Krtmt changa anil Dint wo will lie nhle to inn in tn In the high nlaudaril uttalnoil by the preceding editors. If this Issue Is too short to please Momn of our renders tliey may place (he lilnmo on our, printers who struck fur higher wages and shorter hours The Keillors. ti1k (un kom Am one of the assistant editors wns In the office the other day the office hoy enim� In und Raid: "Two men Wnnl to see you sir, one Is a little innn with u bundle of poetry and the other is u IiIk innn with n pistol." Kditnr (promptly).--"Show In the mnn with the pistol." LACK OI-* SIDKWAI.KS. Pupils from the eastern and northern purls of lhi> city ntv complaining bitterly of i\w wimt of sldewnlk* lending to the school. Along pnrt of (Ik- north side of the barracks and from there to the school, there is often nothing less thun a mud hole 'through which chlldi-en wade as �t 1>remtrh a Slough of Despond. Fire drill, presumably for our pvo-lection, is rigidly enforced hut wo are more likely to die from wet feet nnd the consequences arising from them. The town council should act nt once in this matter nnd put in a couple of hundred yards of sidewalk and a s-treet crossing. \VK SIMM LI) IIAVK VAUIKTY Now when our concerts are Jus>t. beginning, we think it highly ileslrnble that something new and novel should lie introduced into our programmer.. In former years wc hnvo had little variety. The programme committee should take this mutter up and pro- vide us Willi something now mid In* lori'sllng. It 10 WANTKD THN CHKAI' One of our bright students went over to the Conservatory of Music the other dny and enquired their terms. "Twelve dollars the first month, and six the sevond," replied the manager. "Well," said the bright one, "I'll take U the second month." OVU BFOItT.S AltH DEGENERATING We regret to notico that our school sports nro becoming of n very poor L-hnrncter. Fully Inilf our hoys s|Mnd their tlmo playing the somewhat bar haroti.4 guina of "nobbles." Tb^n, a good percentage �lny In school and make the blackboards hideous with gumex of criss-cross, hangman, etc.. Perhaps llftoen or sixteen hoys will piny bnsebnll nnd we wish to say thnt there Is plenty of room for more players in thnt. game. Hoys, throw nwny your nobble slicks nnd chnlk nnd either buy n football or else pluy the old game of base bnll- nbotif our hookstoiv* every year. Delay In sending for books, dolny In grilling ahem on the shelves, nnd,- full speed ahead in prices. If one of our locnl book-sellers doesn't slop charging seven prices for .hooks the Central School hoys will rise up ns ono man and shnkr. him till lhare won't lie iinythinK lef>t but a pair of suspenders and a wnrl. A LITTLE MIXED An Irish editor, spooking of the miseries of Irclaud says: Her cup of miseries has been for ages overflowing ami Li not jv�t fuU. HANI) IN YOl.U ESSAY. Pupils of our school may havtj noticed the tired, pale, sickly faces of the editors during the |�st two wwks. The editors niv working too hard and if 'things were as thoy should be, this would not be. Not one contribution has been hnnd cd in to us anil we have hud in depend entirely on our own efforts. Wo would bo very much pleased If some of the students or teachers would write something for our paper. Anything will do from n Joke to a letter twceii llic hours of nine, o'clock In | the forenoon nnd live o'clock in the afternoon. | i"). The Iwenly-flrxi day of October,'. A.D. 1007, nt the hour of 8.H0 In the afternoon in the Council. Cham-1 bcr in the City is hereby fixed ns the' inw nnd declare I lie tvstiM. I hereof. Done nnd passed in Council this dny of A.D. 1(107. Mayor Secret ii ry Treasurer NOTICE Is hereby given Hint the time nnd place for the appointment j above is n true ropy of n proposed of persons to attend at the polling j by-law which bus been Introduced place nnd at the final summing up of! nnd which mny be finally pnssed by votes by the pecretnry Treasurer on liehalf of the persons respectively interested in promoting or opposing �the passing of the by-law. 0. The Secretary Treasurer shnll on the 80fh dny of October, A.D. 1007, at the Council Chamber in thejtn News" nnd the City nt the hour of Eleven O'clock old" nnd thnt tin the Council (in the event, of the consent of the burgesses being obtained theretol nfter one month from the 20th dny of September, A.D. 1HHT) being the date of the first publication thereof in the "Southern Alber-�| nn,| 4not ,lnc votes of the bur-' And now the poor fellow bus Ion- n cucumber ecder. SOME CIUTICISM Although our society is generally orderly and veil conducted, it has! one or two faults which should be1 corrected. | One of these is. thnt members.! when they wish to s|x>iik, do not art- j dress the pre.-ident, nnd some-j times they do not even rise. . This orensions confusion nnd the president is trented ns nn absent quantity. \ Another fault is that the pupils do not pro|x�rly consider n question l>e-forc giving n decision. Hurry the baby ns fast as you can, llurvv hint, worry him, make hint it mnn, Off with his baby clothes, gel hint in pants, Fevd hint on grit|K- nuts nnd make him iidvHiKv, Hustle him ns soon as he is nble to walk, Into a grammar school, rrnm him snnd (I'J.OOO) Dollars upon the ered-ttith talk, | it of the City of Ixthbridge. Winnipeg. Man., Sept. 18.-Estimates an' a trendy l>elng made of what this year's crop will, menu In cash to farmers. Lust yours' crop from (),-000.000. Then again, there are over "iOO.OOO nrivs under wheat this year thun host year, and that wil,l help some. Also it may In- taken for gran ted thnt the wheal grower of the Canadian Northwest is going to fare better than any other wheat vountry in the world, and taking it nil in all he is going to come out as well as rowing of the sum of Twelve Thou-;,K. ,,,,,,, .,.,,., th(,v ,, vallu. nf tier, A.D. 1007, between the hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon nnd five ] o'clock In the afternoon nt the Coun-' ell Chnmber in the V\'.\- of lx?th-i bridge. (Seorge \\. Ilohinson. 2 i-!l-Ht S.jcretary Treasurer. By-Law No..... A lly-low to provide for the bor- Whereas it is necessary to make j certain extensions of the City Wnter- \v.. t...... itv\ m i j / .. -m � ! Fi" l"s l,onr bead full of figures and He no|�> the modesty of tbefpivsi- ^ s lent, will not prevent his culling to ceeut j Keep him a-hustling and clenr nut of ed by this by-law. shall be secured breath j by the issue of debentures spread ; Cntll he wins-"nervous prostration over u |ieriod of forty (-10)' years and death." the out crop. Not a great deal is i exported as the mvd of oats at the i present time is enormous. Thousands ! of horses used in construction work require vast (planthies Over 87,-000,000 bushels were harvested last ; year, and it is going to lx> quite ns good this year, while the price will ' nvernge thirty cents now, and farmers should have some to s.-ll. t'.sii-( mating the value of what the farm' us7s und what Is sold, the out crop | this year is worth $20,0'H�,nnO at least. Hurley should bring close to S10.-000,000; Max, Sl.U.'tO.oOO. The farmers of the Canadian Northwest will Thousand 112.000, Dollars being the havt, ,,,., S1(KM)00,000 to them and that is no small sum to i divide among about ,'iU.OOo. Liberal Convention. By-Law No..... Iieuring interest nt the rate of five1 ) per cent. |k�r annum pnyahlj* an-' The Liberals of AIIhtIii will hold a nunlly. provincial convention in Calgary on And Whereas .the amount of ussess- [ Octolier 2.'1. This decision was reach nbl,. jiro|erty in the City according' ed nt a nii-etiug of the executive in A llylnw to provide for the borrow-! *� lbe �ast revised assessment roll is ' Calgary last l-'ridny. Among those ing of the sum of thirteen thousand j *:{-:,7'L'M-">. , present �eiv I'lvmiers Kutherford. live htindred (i:i,r>00, tlollnrs upon' Al>'' Wherens the amount of the ex- Hon. (\ W. Cross. Dr. Stewart. Cnl-tbe credit of the City of Ijethbridge. j isling debenture debt of the City is j gary; Senator Talbot, Lucomlie; M. Wheo'its the city has recently in- I 193,120.00 of which none of the! Mckenzie. M.l'.l'.. Mucleoil; and S. eurred oxr�msos in and about the | principal or interest is In arrears. | .1, .lones of Calgary, erection of an isolation hospital and j Therefore the Mayor nnd Council of The delegates to the convention certain fire apparatus, the acquiring *ho City of Lethbridge enact as fol- will include all the liberal members of property and erecting buildings j .ows.- ' of the House of Commons, the Sen- thereon for n mnterlul yurd and for! This by-law shull take effect on! ate. and the Alberta Legislature, the constructing nnd improving n road j ln� nrst (,n>' of November, A.D. 1007 | defeated candidates for the Commons within the City limits from the City 1 2. The Mayor nnd Council of the J and the Legislature, and ten dele toward the Helly River Bridge anil! Cit>" '�">' borrow on the credit of I gates from each of the twenty-live it Is found necessary to issue doben. turos for defraying tho costs thereof. And whereas it is estimated that the amount necessary for meeting liabilities already incurred in connection with such works nnd for the> gates from each of electoral districts. MCCIARY5 LONDON. TORONTO. MONTREAL, �VINNH*C0, VAWOUVCR. ST. JOHN. HAMILTON B-odie & Stafford, Local Agent. Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 Capital all MM yp..... Kmrvca fmi........ Balaacc Profit aaa Lou. .SIM . IMOMM 6*5,15* Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: KIOHT BON.' LORD 8TB1TH0ONA AMD MOUNT HOY At,, 0. C. VICE-PREeiDENT: HON. SIR OBOBUH 4. DBOMMONh. K. C. W. 0. M. 0. B. S, CLOUSTOli, GltlHAi. X 4na0is Branones and Agenoies at all U>� principal points in Canada Also in London, Englai d, K�w York, Chicago, Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers' Circular Letters of Credit and Commercial Credits Issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS DraUi cold available at all point* In United Statea, Kurope (and Canada Interval allowed on depaalla el current rale* Lethbridge Branch - S.r,:.�;CVK the City the sum of Twelve Thousand (12,000) Dollars and may issue debentures of the City to that amount in sums of not less than One Hundred IJollars �ach so that the number shall not in all exceed Twelve completion thereof will amount tn I Thousand (12,000) Hollars repayable the sum of Thirteen Thousand Five (kWithjn forty yenrs from th? date on Hundred Dollars lieing the amount of I which this by-law lakes effect, with �he debt intended to he created ! Intercut at the rale of five (."i) |n>r by this by-law shnll Ik; seemed | cent, per nnnniii payable annually by the issue of debentures: in such a manner that, each in.stnli-i-prenri over a period of t wunty years. ' nient shall Ik- as nearly as possihlc henring interest ut the rnto of fivo equal in each year of the period dur-|ier cut. |�>r annum, pii.xahle annuul- which tin? debentures are to run. |y. J'. During the forty (40) years next And wherens the umounl of mskcns-' KMcervdimr the ihitu of this by-law able property in the City, according ' coming into elleet an nnnuiil rate to the l/isi li'vised ass.Tssinent roll is sball be charged and levied against $.'l..'ITt,l-t.'i. jail rateable pro|ieri.v within the City And Whereas the amount of the ex-1 sufficient to pro above deU'iuuch, hill if in any Therefore the Mayor and Council of year at the time when the rules are the Ciiy of l>*ihbritlgo enuct as fol- imposed, the Council shall huv,. on lows: hand to the credit of the City and 1. This bylaw shall take effect on available for the purpose a sum of the llrst day of No\euil>er. AD. 1De tak-Thirteen Thousand Five Hundred Dol | en nt the Council Chamber in ihe lard, repayable within twenty years City of Lethbridge on the 2ftih day from the date on which this by-law of Ootnlier. A.D. \'.>07. between the takes effect, with interest nt the rate j hours of nine o'clock in the b.xmoon of five per cent, per annum, pitiable and live o'clock in the afternoon. such manner thnt each! Taber Man Weds. (Toronto Star.) A very pretty wedding took place nt 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Mimro. Hill slr.i-t. Fergus, when the marriage of her daughter. Miss Mabel l/>Mie. to Mr. Ilibliert Parsons Munro of Tuber, wlta.. wns solemnized. Thi' cei%-lilo-ny was pt'i'forin.Ml lte\ .1 II Mill Inn in the drawing room, which was decorateil with sinilax and dowers. The Wedding March, the llrldul Clio rus from "l(K) to $ I ,G0'J per acre profit annually growing fruit ami market k'urdenintf. A community not a wilderness. School, |>o8t ollice, general store startotl. o I lurches next. Kvery tract within liair mile of main line of railroad nnd all within two miles of ntution, fronting on wagon roods cut out on the ground. 40 miles from Nelson. Fruitvalo is settling up fast with good people who will make good neighbors. YOr CAN START WITH $10 but yon must act quickly in order to secure one of our 10 acre orchard homos on the $10 down and f 10 a month plan. Let us send you plan of Hub-division, maps, photographs and the names of some one in your vicinity who had icon Fruitvale ami purchased laud. WU IIANDU; NO LANDS ON COMMISSION ami are not in. tho general real estate business but we own nearly one fifth of the good fruit land in the Kootenay district which we purchased several years ago when we had tho pick of it all ; consequently wo own the best lands, which we cm sell cheaper and on Ix'ttrr terms than others. The enormous success of our Fruitvalo subdivision has prompted us to put on the market wholesale ltLOCKS OF 150 TO W.00O ACRES suitable for subdivision in order to give outside 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 buyiug from us. Prices and terms will surpiiso you. Full information, descriptions, maps. etc.. on application in person or by letter. KOOTKNAY ORCHARD ASSOCIATION Ward St., Nelson. H. C. "Mi piiiivil In thi' ilininn ronin. ulicroa liincli.Min was wrwil. i hi* tulilos !���-inn il.Turnii'il in ui\'.-ii anil wliile. Tho liriili- and urtnnn li'ft on tin- " 'ir fuliir,' liiuni' in TalH-r. 1 'I'h.' Iiriilo's KlnK'iwny �own wns a whit.' anil brown check, with whitn fi'lt hat nf Tht'lnia .slin|x>, (rlinmcil with lirmvn Dn-sdcn silk, with Ii persons to'wt- Machinery for Sale succeeding tho rinto of this by-law . tend nt tho polling place nnd ut the coming into elTect, an nnnuul rate final sunitning of tin- votes by thn shall bo charged nnd levied against Secretary Treasurer on behalf of the nil rateable profwrty within the City |iersons respectively interested in pro-Kurliciont to produce tho amount re-1 mot ing or opposing the passing of quired for tho purpose, of payment of j live by-law. principal nnd interval pn tho above � The Secretary Treasurer shall debentures. I on the 20th day of Octolier, A.D. 4. The votes of the burgesses lor 1907, at tho Council Chnmlier in the or against this by-law shall lie ink-1 City at the hour of Eleven (11) O'-en at the Council Chamber on tho clock in the forenoon sum up the num. 2�tta tl&y 6f October, A.D. 1907, b�-' ber of votes for or against th4 by- We have for sale TWO COMPLKTK M IIORSK-POWER COMPOUND ENGINES ami a complete TEN ROTTOM Vhoth of thess put fits cheap We have also a 11 x (JO NORTHWESTERN SEPARATOR, complete with blower, Belf-feeder, belts, etc., that we will sell with one of the outfits, also eight disks complete rigged to run with engine. We will Bell one or both cheap; They can be seen at our farm, three miles north of Magrath. Call at our ollice for further particulars, We have one 50 horse-power largo Touring Car Al'TOMORI LE, Hayncs, and oue Buick that will bo sold cheap for cash. ur lands are nearly till sold, which is our reason for selling. The O. W. KERR Company ;