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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 2, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta mm e necessary for the purjiase of uttiliaing the disrovery to csita'blish a gos plant and In.v pities for the 'distrib-utioo thereof throughout the City. AND WHBUKAS it In extiinaU'd lh�t the ainouiTt nocc.sSiiry Jor suoli purpose if gas in diMoveroil will tif vtmut (tlSO.OOO.OO owl it Is deemiKl expmlient that tlic s^ia sum ol nus ex-; �vi� vviit'iii.-'� f .u " AM) >>ll'KRiO.\^ th�� amount of as- ! iemi.tion or concession unless the^^^^^,,,^ properlv in the City accor-.�' *�'8"'oseer In the City of 1 IxrthhrklRe, I C. II, �OWM,\X. ' Secretary-Treasurer. lAIRFIKH) OS THE liOAUD. City Balcery F. C. Cook*. Prop. .OIOIOIQIOIOIOIOIOIOIOTOIOXX^^^ Important Api>ointnkni for the Well known ixi'-illbri'dge l-'armer. | pose of securing to the Con.pany th.y such agreement. i l>rjdge Electric Company, Limited, 4. And that the Mayor and Sec-i wherein the said Lethbridge Electric i retary-Treasurer of the Citj' 01 l-olh 'Company, Ltd., shall covenant that bridge are hereby authorised and in- " ' " �' "- " structed to sign, seal with the corporate seal, and execute on behalf o the Municipal Corporation of tl' CUy of I.�thbridge an agreem nt on the terms above set forth. 't. The votes of the biirgesse.-i for or against this bylaw shall be taken at the Council Chamber in the City it will within two date thereof coiuiij well (or natural ga^ to be approved of lonths from the mcc to -bore a at some point , the Mayor and Council, and shall continue such boring steadily and conCuiuotisly under the supervision of the Vpuncil until tt depth of 2,000 feetN^hall have tieen reached, or until the siht^of ten of Lethbridge on the 21th day o'| j t**""**""* dollars shall have bee>>;x--Vugust, A. n, 1900, between the ! e% hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon in-council has been pasNco{nt -ing W. H, iTairfield of Lettobridge, Alberta, and Charles D. Watts of 'lo-ronto as inenibero of the Grain stana ands boand for Iot� tfee boand appointod two years ago under the act of 19ai, wiiioh provides tl^at "if consMertthle porUion of the crop of*veVeber, M.D. being discovered it will .sell and cjn- ' �'��>' cop of the Cana shall have been secured as In t and live o'clock in the afternoon. �. The 20th ilay of August, A. D., 1906, at the hour of eight thirty in the afternoon at the Council Cham- |jer in th.' City is hereby li.xcd us the !^-''tate. buildings, wires, poj lime and place for the appointment jf'operty and appliances of every k of poisons to attend at the polling "o* �>elonging or aprx-Ttaining to place and at the final summing up '""'"es* of supplying eU'ctritity oth-iVJ.V 'n �ase of extensive dama>:e of the vote.s by the Seerotary-Trens- '^an ca.sh and debts or accounts "\pP ("ost, rust or other urito-iirer on behalf of the persons respect- owing to the Company, for a sum i warSvf ondit ion that comnioroini ively interested in |.r..niot ing or ..|.- the capital .stock of theffra.des >*)^_roqufrod. And from �!.:i I and which may be linally pa.s.sed by the Council (in ilic event of 'the con .sent of t'he liurge.sses Iveing obtaiiwd thoreto) after one month from the �?oond day of Atiyust, ,V. D., 190�. Ijeing tha date 01 ihi> first pu>blicat � ion thereof in tJie "IjothbTi-dg-e Her aid" and that tlie \otes of the bur-gicssos will tx po.swl n.\-law , the City that it will in the event of I gas being discovered pay to the � Lethbridge Mectric Company, Ltd., : the said sums for its plant, machin ' er.v and property as above mentioned | and will further rcpa.v to it all such ; TinLTw is a ic&son in the work o th�� tlirifty farmer. He knows tlmt the bright sunshine may la�t but a day and he prepares for the showers which are so liable to follow.- So it should be with every household. Dy-sentwry, diarrhoea and cholera morbus nia.v alt ark some memlier of the houto wi'tihout warning. Chain'her-Ittin's folic. Cholera and Diarrhcv Beniedy. which is the best known H. W. K. M. �monies a.s,,.shall ha%'e been e.xpendcd ,. . , by it. the^tnbridge Electric Com- � T..^^*! . pany. Ltd., in and about boring for gu.s, including the cost of procuring aii.v rigs or other appliances neees -sary for such purpose. a. The Mayor and Council, foi the purpose afore.said, as well as taken upon tho pre- ! for the construction of the gas plant oil th.' Twoiity-fourlli land the distribution of gas, may b-ir- alwa.vs I.W i{,.pt at hand, as immediate nvatiiifnt Is neces.sary, and delay may prove, total. I'or sale by all drugi^jists. OltCSA\JZ;E lOB ALBEUTA. tlay of August, A n. 1906, Letwer-e ; row on the credit of the Cit,v the nine a. m. anil live p. m. at Ik.-> sum of $120,000 and may from time Council Chaiiili. 1 in the City o* to time as monies for iftn.v of such IjC'thbriilffe, ( II lltiWMAX, .SeiTi'i arv-Trea.>�Uf>T. lielhhri.lgo Trades and Labor (.'uiicil is asking an e.xpression of  opinion from the Trades Unions of ! .\lberta on these prof>o.sals: ,^ Manager 1 1. That an E.vccuiivc f oimnittee ! * ^'nion Ban^-O. be foriiiud ivpresontiug everj- craft j Manager, or^anizod in this province. 2, This Conunitteo to 'be callol OP EDUCATION. Chairman-J^. H. Fleetwood. Secivtary-C. B. Bowman. 1'rustoes-Dr. Oalbraitb. G. |,lohnstoD. K. Kimmons, V. ! Dooley. I BOARD OP TRADE. I President-C. F. P. Conybeare. Vice-President-E. U. Rylands. Secretary-F. H. Barnes. Executive-Wm. Oliver, C. O. N'oiusc. F. Sick, M. Freeman, Barfopd. M. Young. GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS. Dominion Lands-J. W. Martin. Iiitmicrabion.-Chan.. Mair. travell -i�K imukv^i^tion agent, A. E. Humphries, care-taker, immigration hall. Itegistiar of Vital Statistics-C. B. Bowman. Superintendent of Mounted Police- J. O. Wilson. Postmaster-J. D. Uiginbbtiham. Collector of Customs-J. Kenny. Member of Alberta Legislature- W. C. .Simmons. Member of Hous� of Commons- Jno. Herron. Pinuher Creek. CHURCHES. Anglican-Rev. J. S. Chivers, rector; Rev. David Jones. . Roman Catholic-Rev. Father Van Tighem. Presbyterian-Rev. A. M. Gord in. Methodist-Rev. J. E. Hugbsoi. Baptist-Rov. Chas. PadLsv. Salvation Army-Capt. Flaws. B.WKS. Bank uf Montreal-R. K. Manager. Bank of Commerce-C. G, K; BYUWN0 222. bor- puriJoses may be rcquiretl, issue de -i lienturos of the City in sums of not . le.ss than ttOO.OO each, so that the � total value of debentures so issued shall not in all exceed $120,000, le payable within forty years from the ,date on which this hylaw takes ef ; f�)ct, vith interest at the rate of I and one half per cent |>er anni.... ,. ,. ,, ,. . , .... I . """"inion and Provincial L of the machinery and that each instalment of principal and .rr,st�.s ,nd other oi the Lethbridge | interest shall be as nearly as poss-ibie equal in each .year of the period rillher proiierty Electric CoiiiJ'aii.\, Ltd., and for raising such uioiiies as may Ije necessary for .sueli (iiirpo.so and for iho distribution of yas if discovered upon the crtli-bridga. WHEREAS it is ileemed advi.sablo in the in'ttre.sts of ih.' City to endeavor to ascertain whether nat  ural gas exists thereunder, and ii during which the delientures are to run. 4. During the forty years next siic-ceeding the date of this bylaw coming into ell'eci an anniial rate shall lie rtiarged and levied ag:uinst all rateable pro|)erty within the City sutlicient to jiroducc tho aoiount annually re�>�""''�� of principal and interest on plant ami distribute gas as a public | the above delwiturcs; but If in any utihti' and incipient ally thereto to acquire and take over the plant and property of live Ix>iJibridBie Eleetrio Company, Limiteore for g.as under th- year at the time when the rates are impo.sed the Council shall have on hand to the credit of the City and available for the purpofie a sum of money sutlicient to meet the payment to Im.* made in such year on said de-U-ntures it may by resolution ap- eicctive otiices in province, awd to take indciJeu-dfint political action in the intorcst of the workers; to select candidates office who shall be bona tWe for supervisiion of the Council, awl jv propriate such sums to said purpose gas .sboiilil fio discoverwl to tiim ttu! |''"'^ 'n �'"�*� ca-'Je the charging and R-as well over to the �ity, itoftc-the.-.1'''"K of said annual rate for such with all Its plnnl, m.ichinoiy anl*-*'^*'' "ot i>v required, real estate in fiinsideration of I he pay | "�. The votes of tho burgcss4 s for luonl to it by the City of a sum or against this bylaw shall be taken e()ual in the capital stock of the "t the Council Chanvber in the City to this |>oint. Roads arc also projected north to Calgary and I^eth-brMgc in a very few years, is likely I to In; a big railroad centra. FARMLN'U. Letbbridj;e is the ccntiv of tha only irrigation distriot in Canada; Soma ot tho finest farms in the WMt are to be seen near tho town. At present the unirrig�tod lands in all dirce.tiofis arc being rapidly settled, attd there in no doubt hut that thi.i town will soon be -the lyntre of great agricultural wealth and population. LOCATION. Lethbridge is the natural capitsl p( Sout.*ierii Alberta. It is the hub p( a Mg district, and from hbre gooUs are distributed south to the hoiiiKlary', east into Saskatetaewan and west'to British t'oluutbia. and north alinoat as far as Calgary. It is bound to: iMcome the let�, entploynd at th^r trade or emplojvd by the respective orgaitions. 4. The exponao of this Committee to be tnct by vlalforni to unite orgftt/ized lalinr. Comitaiiy actually sul>scrili�i ami ia-suowels should hove inuiiediato attention, -so as to check Ijf>thbridge on the Twenty-fourth | the disea.s�� before it becomes sor - day of August A. !>.. 1006. tietwec-n \ tho hours of nine o'clock in llw forenoon and five o'clock in the after noon. 6. The 20th day of August, A. I>: 1906 at the hour of- eight thirty in CONVENIENCES. I Waterworks system, electric .light, j sewerage, system, telephohe ^'Stem. ious. All that is necessar.v is a few doses of C'ham-lMrlain's Colic, Chol-^ era and Diarrhoea Remedy followed ! ronn.'^ly, especially for stmtm?r d s-by a do.se of castor oil to cleanse ' orders In children."- Sold hy all tilve s.v.sitein. Rov- M. O, Stockland. ! druggists. , IHisitor of tho first M. E, Church, amount of lh�' net profits which shall I the afternoon at the Council Cham-i LHtle Falls, Minn., writes: "We haw accrued to the Company between the darte of sinh sale and the last procoding annual mwtlnjf of the ber In tho City^ is hereby fixed as , have uscvl Cbanvberlain's Colic, Chol-the time and place for tb� appoint -' era �itd Diari4iocia Remedy for sev - nient of persons to attend at tho oral years and find it a'very valua|>lo died at Spokane. 1>ayid' Glass, once a prominent lawyer in London. Ont., and WInpi  petf. and M-P. for Ea�t MiAdleass -A ;