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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 2, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta ' ' ! i 5 J -: $1.50 :- BRINGS TO YOUR HOME FOR ONE YEAR, THE Lethbridge - Herald A BRIGHT, NEWSY AND CLEAN NEWSPAPER Subscribe for it now and keep in touch with the affairs of this growing district. No ne\\ s-paper in Alberta has met with the encourage-rnent and the success that has favored the Herald in its six month's career. Advertisers - - - Will find - - - The Herald The best medium in Southern Alberta to reach the people -: JOB :-DEPARTMENT We have a modern equipment of type and machinery, as well as first-class workmen, and we make the statement without fear of contradiction that the Herald turns out as fine a class of jobs as any office in the West. A trial will convince you that we have a right to talk this way. Try us for Letter Heads Bill Heads 0 Envelopes Posters Dodgers Calling Cards Wedding Ivitations Programmes Anything in fact where type and ink are used The Herald's Motto: uNothing but the Best" nllon establishing or currying on or Company h� the coat of said | polling place, iiml ut the filial miiiiiii- iiiterestod in any industrial business 'phi'iit. machinery and real e.-Mtte and | ing up of tins vou>h by Ilia Hcerelnry-withln the City iiny preferential or repayment to it of actual tun- | Treasurer on behalf of thu persons re-tuvoreil treatment li.v way of bonus'oitnl exptnKl(�.l l).v it for boring such j*pectively interested In promoting or or otherwise. Including exemption j fffts. well, awl It I ft- der-imvl e.�pwllonl opposing tlu� pausing of thu bylaw, from luxation or reduction In rate j (hat Much offer should ho ,rc,.pi�'.l. "� The Secretary Treasurer shuil AND H'HKIiKAS in the event of gas being discovered it v ill bo necessary for tho purpose of ut'iliaing lp|Hte(, to ,J0 croatpd 0|. autl)- ed irent.nont exceed tl... value of the . ,iriwa |)V t�,|s tj>law. shall *�, s,etu- , exemptions, privileges and fuvo.ed ; ,j by ^ |wiur ()f dentures spread  treutmeut hereafter grunted or agre'd j OVpr , ,,.,.,,,, ,, (oKy v,ars ^ , to be granted to any one of such I ^m*** n, um, ,.,,,, of uw ^, qwl persons, firms or corporation. Pio- illQlf ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,_ ,ftljl, \iiletl alwn.i.s that the City shall not annuallv. be bound to gram such bonus ex - AX|) 'wilKllKAS th, �n,ounl of as-emi.tion or concession unless the s0SslU()n prop,rlv in ,lfl ,eiiig obtain*) th'.MVto) after one month from the won:l day of August. A. I)., 1W>0. twing the dnt^ of the first pulilicat - W. T. HKNSON, PBOP. Lethbridge, Alt*. the same shall have a paid tip cap- i ;o',',B ^"(1^69,086.00 "a7id" ih7rete- i"".UU"' ni* ,�|*�h,'|'ilB', ' itul ecual to or gioater Hum lhcjable ,iro|)0,.,on i\WVOo( ,, ,.,0,. nM �"��'��*� ",e vol.-- of Che �>, , uiiioinit paid up on the capital of theJoggQ^ jpesse^ will I* taken upon ih.. pro- person or corporation or eipial to or . v lnwinesses, receiving or having the i*i|f)it lo receive .such lioims, exempt ioiiH, privileges or concessions. (j) On the part of the City it will I ut any future time upon the iei|Ui.'sl j of the Company execute and deliver - or cause 10 lie executed ami dellvere I I all agreements, instruments or assurance that may tie reasonably 'e- ! Si. The Mayor and Secretary Th'ii*- jipiired by the Company for the pur- urer uiv hereby authorizod to enter ' posi- of securing to ihe Company lhe into and execute on behalf of the rights and privileges intended to lie 1 City an agreement with the luiiHlnvm for the Well i FTIIRDIIir'p known Ist'.'lfbrfcigv l-'urmer. % lli iidkiuuc Ottawa, Out m-council has bewn puss,.nS W. II. FnirneW of l^eUtbrrdgu, 1 S 1. And thnt the Mayor and See- ; wherein the said Lethbridge Klectrlc | Alberta, and Charles D. Watts of 'J o-! retary-TreaHiirer 01 the City o( l.eth Company. Ltd., shall covenant 'tint bridge are hereby authorised and in- ,l u'� ,w" f"n\hn from the 'strutted to sign, xcal with the cor �!��' "hereof conm enee to Ik�W 'i porute seal, and execute on behalf o (' The voles of the burgesses lor 'hp supervision of theXouncll until rontu u� menilxTs of the Ural 11 stand ! nnd.s boaivl for iAto Mw\iUin s. 'Ihw'se two appolntJixnrts have iavn made to coni(ileic t4ie boand appointed two yvars ago under the act ol lUfkl, wthlch provWea j thot "if considerable porU.on of the Sotitlicrn Alberta. or nKuiiiKt this bylaw shall 1-e taken ia ,,�,l'�h of 2,000 fc*t\jjhaU have J rr�P of \"heat or any other grain for iul the Council Chamber in the City'1**" reached, or until l|w au^nMen 'nny .v"�nr in �n�y "R�nd dollars shall ilttVP i.r.'iiV- 1 n,�rke*,M*wl. or until KUch a flow of 11 '� 1,10 I'Mudice of the producers hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon shu" have been secumt ,s in tile fro'" the grade lo which it other-and Ave o'clock in lh, afternoon. j "Pinion of the Council shall lie wiN, '.. i nc'*nt and that in the ovenl of ia�s es,�bli�hn(| therefor Population close upon 4,000 and Increasing dally. Ihe third largest town in Alberta. A coal minlnf, ranching and (arntiuf district. In-corporatad as a city this year. CITY ornciALS. Mayor-J�?o. nogtra. Soc.-Trcas.-Ohas. II. Bowman. CHjf Solicitor-C F. P. Conybeara, K. C. City Audiior-Ilobt. Sage.  Chief of Firo Depaniiient-A. K. Humphries. Medical Health Officer-lion. I.. O. I'lfcVcbvr. M.D. ' 11mm1, ut the hour of eight thirty in j ^''"K discovered it will am| An-' T1>e Rrain crop of the Cunnd'.w, ' Chief of Police-11. M. Farry. C'on- ! the afternoon ut Ihe Council Cham- vt>>' to the City, all pUnt. marhlnfry wT has been so un.formly excelb-et "l�We� Hilllkcr and Jones. . . . ...m.ii____ . I tin........... ______ . Aldermen-Win. Oliver, V. w. Hooley, r. H. Harding, Dr. McCbtre, ber in the t'itv is hereby llxed a.s the >^ �*lulc. buildings. mws, poles. duni,� the ikihI two y.-ars. howev-r li..... and place for the uppointm.-ni properly ami appliances of ,.v,.r.v ,wl '�"' "as not had oeca� - of persons 10 attend at ihe polling IK-Ionging or appertain ,tg lo ItVion�� '*'� TKK^roqu^^. And from tie posing �>'" i.MaW. Company actually subscribed ami i�- I'^ni oi.tloolcns rePorte'-the number of votes for or against | hereof in lu all the sum or $7l�.t'7l .3,5 the bylaw and rterbire lhe r.sillt i*"11' '"r 11 s,l," '" uad''b�n e,pjul to thereof. 1 a�a�Miil of the net profits which shall have accrued io ih�. (".unpany betwwn the dale of n\wh sale ��J the lasi preceding annual statement of the Company, and on the purl of the ( iiy thai it will in ,np rv,,rit of gas tieing discovered ptty to 'he Lethbridge Klectric Cnmimnv, Ltd., .... . ..... . ,  ,,,,, t�us iuu> utiui-k some meml�>r of Mi, 1 tie said sums lor its plant, inaclun m aki: K. Adams, ft. \V. Itobinson. IMIAIID OF KDUCATIOS. Chairman-.1. II. Fleetwood. Secretary-C. II. llowinan. Tiustoes-Dr. tlalbraith, 0. Johnston, It. Nluimons, V. Dooley. IIOAItD OF TKADE. I'resident-C. F. I*. Conybeare. Vice-President-K. V. Kylands. Secretary-F. It. Harnea. ICxecutive-Wm. Oliver, C. O. .... 1 1 �. Nomso, F. Sick, M.. Freeman, HAY W1IILK T1IK St N Uarford. M. Young. SIIIXKS " ! COVF.UNMKST OFFICIALS. Dominion Lands-J. W. Martin. It. W. K. M. DONK AND l'\ssKD IN CnCN I'll. THIS ,r V D. ltutrt. Maj nl', S.( re 111 ry t1 e.i s 11 r> 1 -re is a Itfwon in ihe WOrk ,. , , rty us ubove im'ntioned ami will further repay |, (l ,|| Mich motue- ah shall have h�vn ex|�ended by it. the letnbrldge Kl,s-tric Company. Ltd.. In and about liorinK �"s. including the cost of procuring any ii(f- �r other ap|iliu,,.,.s, neces  sary for -uch purpose. !l. lhe Jlsyor and t",uu,i|, for the |>urpos� aforesaid uk as D.v-lu�. uIik'Ii ha- Im-.|i introdue,. I and hIihIi mat l�- liually pas-ed b.\ tile Coillti'il 'ill III- i*\i'lH oi Ih.- cm -nt of ihe burg.--.-es living obtain..I 1 thereto) ul'ler one month from the s�H',ii,| day 01 August, A. D.. I'.niil. ' leiug th.' date 01 111.- tir-i publicut nai thereot in Hie "l*lhhrWg� Her aid" and that tbe votes of the bur gvss.>� will In- taken upon tb-' pl'(." houv wlt'ioul v\..niiiiR t'han>her-lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhw Hinnedy. whieli is the Iv-t known iiiivliiiiie for 1'bese diseases, �4loUl ' ulwuys tie kept nt hand, ns imuie-.l -tale tix'utm.-ot is neivssary. atxl r- ,. 1 a�"*. 1 oiineil ik the credit of the Cll.v " CHLiltCULS. Anglican-Itcv. J, S. Olivers, rector; Itev. DavKl Jones. Itomou CuUiolii-Itev. Father Van 1'ighem. - Picsbytcrittti-Itcv. A. M. Ourd in. Methodist-Itev. J. K. Hugtisoi. Ilaptist-Itcv. Chas. Padl.iv. SnlMilieii Army-Capt. Flaws. .lay of Atigii-t, \ |i . IllOrt. letwer-nine n in an^e p m at C01111.1I Chaiiil.. 1 nt the City o ir,m time Kn" to time us monies foP ttny lt( hUch ' UAXKS. Montreal-K. F. a, k. BYLAW NO 222. Trades and Labor asking mi expression of Hank ol opinion from the Trades- t'nions oi Manager. (a on these proposal-: Commcice-C. .Nour�e. Manager.  JJ,�t an Lxcvutivp (ommntee tnloR u-nt_o. U. McMlcklng, pun'oses nm.v be requinnl. Is-ue , ^ /,rj|jl,;| n.presontiiig every1 craft Mantigvr. iientures of the City in sums of ��' I organizivl in this provincv lehs than $100.00 each, ho tlntt the | u l>olluluMw 1t) u, euiM �otni value of dehentur.* so l�""u'" ' the �Alberta l^ibor bor- shall not In all e.xceed $120.000, ie payable within forty y,�ar* fr,i,i the .date on which this l,ylttW t�l.e- effect, vlth interest ut tiu. rn,, n( four . and one half per cent |n>r oiinum payable annually in Mir|, ,uiiiti.'i A liy-lau to provi.le lor ling lor nuluial am* �ithin the Cit> ' 0/ LeMibrr.lge, an.l lor Un, ac.pusit- Ion by the Cit.s of the machinery una ^hat each Instslment ,,( ,,rmcipal and lutiher property �t the I>�ihbr,dgv '"'erest shall ��e as nearly �s l�"i-f-j rilevtric Compan.\. Ltd.. and for 1 1W�* �Jn�ml oltch V^ar of the period liaising such moio. �- us may le ni� - ! "luring which the de�M.|,tures sre to ! essary for such purposu and tor ihe distribution ,it k.o- 'i ibscoNcrel up- "*� Dunug the forty yourh next suc- l(epn>sentut 1011 't'oiiniiittij of the only irrigation district in Canada. Some ol tho finest farms in the west this dom or employed by tihe respective ""guniftation*. 4 Tho expenao of this Committw 'o be ini.t by voluntary sulweriptions and a b>v>- of fifty cents per annum "Ivhi all moirtbers of TiwKi I'nions a movement of are to be seen near thu town. At present the unirrigated lands in all directions are being rapidly settled, simI there is no doubt but that this town will soon be -the centra of great agricultural wealth and population, LOCATION. Lethbridge is the natural capital of Sotit.'ieni Albeita. Jt is the hub of a trig district, and from hero goods are ing into cllect an annual rate shall I be charged uud levied against all rateable pro|H>lty wiinin th� ('''y siiiUcieut to produce th0 auulunt an-1 nually reipill'ed lor nu, j,urjiose of gas is disc.ver.-l to eMablish ,, gas I'U.vuient ol principal and interest on ! �miJiil�rt"wMh M�b mav�w.nt plant and distribute gas as a publi; ��'e above delsmtures; ,,Mt lf (, any' Kho|||.is under Hf 's'ntures it may by resolution up siipervisiion ,,f 1 be Council, mil it propriale such suniK t*� Kiud purpose gas should Is, disc,veri�l to turn the a�d in such rase the charginft *'�' gas well over to the eiiy. toae-thi'.- .levying of said annual rate for surd with all Its plant, machinery an I ,v�*ar shull not li* required, real estate ill considenition of i he pay .'�. The votes of tho burgess, s for iiioiii to it by the City of � sum or against this bjlaw shall he ",k,'u ih'.-s of a child's ^niwel.s should have' ispiul io the capitnl slock of the at the Council ChonUier In tl'1' ,i,v muiie.liate attention, so as to check COKVENIKXCBS. Compiiiiy actually suis-criisd and u- of lethbridge on tin- Tavnty-'rt,,1'lh the distmse before it becomes ser - Waterworks syateni, electric light, -in.:! and th niiionnt noon und live o'clock ,, the hi'1'!' eru ,md Diurehooa Itemedy followed renasly. esp,vially for wimnv-r d s-Paid l wpial in adn to the i 1000 at the hour of ^jK|,( thirty in IHiator of the first M. I'l. Church. tills rhuraeter we retqiertfuliv sug^�st distributed south to the boundary, that a convention be called at Cal- east into SaskatWiewan and west to ... hnti-h Columbia, and north almost Rary ,t Wuly e hot weatlier of tiw sum- balmy. HaMiMll was played here . .. this year early in January. Titer* nur months t-he first unnatural loose- js ^ ^ w, c,nada,. . druggists. amount of the not profits which shall .the afternoon at the Council Cham- l,Htl* Falls, Minn, writes: "Wo David Glass, once a prominent haw ncrruod to the Company he- j ber lu tho City, js hereby fl*wl us have uwd Chamberlain's t^olic, Choi- lawyer in London. Ont.. and Winni  : 1 ween Ihe daite of sin h sale and the the time and place for tbe appoint - era and Dian'hom Itemed v for sev - uejf. and MP. for Kast Mlddlesa* ilust jireceillng nimual meotltiff of the ' nient of persons to attend at tho oral years and find it a very vaJuofclo 1 died at Spokane. '.1 ;