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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta 1.50 BRINGS TO YOUR HOME FOR ONE YEAR, THE A BRIGHT. NEWSY AND CLEAN NEWSPAPER Subscribe for it now and keep in touch with I the affairs of this growing district. No ne\A. s-paper in Alberta has rriet witB the encourage--^ ; ment and the $uc(cess^ that has favored the Herald in its six month's Gareer. iition c�t�l�Iishi�ig or ciirryinj{' on or j Company an the co�t of the �aUl intewstcri in iin,y indiiKtrial husiness | plant ^ machinery ani|. real c�tato attJ within the ('ity ivny jirel'ci'cnti*! or fayorcfj J.cealj'iicjit' liy way of I.M>nii9 or. .ofi'crwiHe incliulinf; oxi'm);i from taxation or ruiliiction in rate for thn supply of water, gas, elt'c -tricity or other pul)li(; ii( il fy tll.'li (hat Iho City shnll tliereiipfin (fnint to th�' f!onipnny for (he reiiuiin'ler of itny (ei'in of e.tomption |>njvi()eoint of value l)iit not n*fl-es.sarily in ktnil Ixit so that the total value to the Company of the .xeHiiition,B unnt to it of 'tih�j nctunl amount expeniilod by it for boring; stich gH.s well, �nA it is (Jaenviia expwdiisnf that such ofter shoulf� estiiiMilcd that the amount neccs.Sary for such purpose if ffas is 4li.)ft iii the pfo|Wl#ttoii^'^^^ ing \ip of thp votes by the Secretary- Mr. Knight caluuIatCM there ll|�^r.ra^^^^^^^ Treasurer on twjhalf of the persons re- liout 50,000 head of JCattle sh^Pfled .spectively interested ifi promoting ftr ; out of the province during t|)ecoi)iriit� oppo.�ing the fMi.i.slngr of the b,vlaw. lof 12 mpn^h.apkt|lg 1ndu�-v on Saturday the 25th day of Aujf' !try. A. X).. 1906, at the hour of eleven! Mr. Knight i� convinveil moreover.^; o'clock in the forenoon ut the Coun-{(hat Canadian ahippcre of dead me&t cil Chamber of (he City .stim up tne Ivannot compete withii;tbe:>Atn�riea;hv: number of votes for or against the bylaw and declare the result, thereof. BONT, AXD on. THI!^ D., 1900. PASSED IN day of Mayor. COUN-A. ed trootinent exceiJd the value of the;y,.j^.,j |,vla\v, shall i\> uneur- e.tomptioii.s. |>rivJloge.s and (avo.vd J^jj^ j,,^,,, ,, Uel)cntnracking houses, because tiiere; iH.i'^lii dilierencc of at least thirty cif^itii^^^^^^^^^^^^ the cost of shipment, rhicnso pack* ing houses hove this adv^niis^ S it�| turning their stuff. oVor to'the Qtil country markrt. -^^ lie floes not bcilcvo it in tM>MU>i* Secretary-Tieusurer I lor any.firm to-pack successfully �I>*'i --- I pay more thn nil 5 c. a pound for their I XOTICI'", is heraby^ive.u that the I 'oef. The farmers in Alberta. Will a^ve is d true copy of a propose J I not .sell tor this. They are getting B.v-laWj which hds Ijer-n introduce! | at present Hi onts a pouiid. ^The and which may �te finally ptt�sod byfmcking indu. WHETtBAS the amount of the cTisting deljenture debtor the City is i SI .I."*, 120.00 of which none of the i principal or interest is in arrear. 'rrifcmEFOIIG the Ma.yor and Council of the City of I^'thhrldge en-acV as folloivvs; i. This bylaw shall take elVect, on the Fourth du.v of Septemljer, A.D. 1906. U. The Mayor and Secretary' Tieas-j urer are hereliy authori/.isd to enter into and execute on iM-lialf of the City an agreement with the lx\th -i convention held at i'rincu Albert, on !'''^"l'*'' at Winn,ipe'g, and.the I bridge l-Jleiitric iCompatiy, Liiiiitod, |M>r.f'r-the tprms above set forth.\ i ing steadily and continuously under The votes of the burgesscR [�r  the su|�rvision of the Council until or again.s,t this bylaw shall Iw taken a depth, of 2,000 fe�.*t shall have at the Council Chamber In the City i hwu reached, or until the siiiii of ten of Lethbridge on the 21th day of thousand dollars'shall have been ex-.Vugiist, A. P., 1�06, l)et�e.eii th.> I**""*'"''', or until such a;flow of gas hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon ^^hall have been securetl as in the and Ave o'clock in the aftornoon. � opinion of the Council shall be �.. The 20th day of A\iKust. A. D., i Ocient and that in the event of gas 1006, at the hour of eight thirty m ]''^'''K discovere�l it will sell and con- !.seot of the burgesses .|)eing obtainoJ, thereto) a('l�r one nxonth from the second day of August, A ix;' lOOfi,, living th^ idate of the first publi'cot-ion thereof in the "Ix>Uibridge Har-ald" and that (he votos of the '>'ir will fje token Vifion thS -pro-poseid U.v-law on the Twont.y-fourth day of August, .t. P., 1900, between j nine a. m. and Ove p. m. .at- the Couirt'cil 'ChAml>er in the Ciljr o t, c!b: bowman, Siec re ta ry-T rea su rer. S A .SKA TO 11EW A N MA SONS. To Krirm a' Grand l.k>dgc for I'rov^nce, That tain number of lean cr.itle vhteh,the ; farmer would lie ready to sacrifice, for a song. But .\Iberta laiidis too nutritious to produce that'kind rf stuff. Alberta cattle are excellent feeders, and their condition is npver siich ns to liistify a sacriilce. Mr. Knight is inctineit to. think that, (he- live stock is" one of the nnst re-mune'rivtive jinw of freighV on .the C. P 11 s.VstoiJi', The raijlway gets 90c. � hundred lietwee'n Calgairy an5l.,Moiit-, reol. The freight on .a-sihglo train-, load i.s betveen There is J ..>nd.f40t)0; less exiieiise. attached to Jfegiiia, Aug, I-As a result of the handling it than any o,ther clasH of; ircighi, and the rolling �tockii� (il-aajs rea^y for tininodiate u�e.. aa .soon as It has >)een drawi^iVup at the lernimal stock yards. Jlctween Cal-v ijary and Montreal there are only May 25, the Masons of (ho province i'"^*""' Schreilwr. These occupy from will organize on Thiir.sflny next ii, ^" hours )u each case. > the ilasonic hall in this c-ty thi tirand Lodge of Saskatchewan. lodges in the province have been noli fied of the date fixed upon by ih. special committees iioiii.natL'd at the convention referred to and nearly a ii have already sent In to the secretary the names of those ^lllcers'Who will attend and who haVe the right to vote on any questions which may a-rise. Great interest is mahifcsted as shown b.v the fact that few proxies {lave been named, auf- I Invitations to Ije present have I oen forwarded lo the grand nuisicr, .John McKechniii, and the grand secretary the afternoon ut the L'ouncH Cham- vey to the City, all plant, machinery j.lanies AV Ovas of the grand register of Manitoba, as well as to the grand lodge of Alberta have also been ask' ed to l�e present as well as sovera' leading lights of tin- craft in K �" �>'e Company, for a sum ively interested in promoting or op- capital stock of the j convenience of those travelling posing the passing of. the bylaw. ; Company actually subscribttd and is-7. The Secretary Tnasuivr .shall ^"'-^ at the date of such sale, .and on Saturday the 25th day of August i out>,taaaiiy with a premium o, in the forenoon at the Council Chan, iJ'*"" "^"^^ �" amount paid on ber of the Ci(y of IxjtlibridgP sum ..p , s�ch capital stock, which at the date { I the number of votes for or .isainst sum of �70.971,2i} ; jthe bylaw and declare the r.suli i'^"" ''o'" * addition equal to | the amount of the net profits which ishojl have accrued to the Company I'ASSr:n l.V COCX- ween the dale of such sale and da.v of A. I the last preceding annual statement j of the Company, aiul on the part of I (he Cit.v that it will in the event of I gas being discovered pay to the ' Ix'thbridge Electric. Company, Ltd.. i the said sums for its plant, inachin : ery and propert|t^-a,sin.bove mentioned I and will furth^^'^'repa.V' lo it all such monies �AY WIIILK THE SllLVES,' SUN (hereof. PONE OIL THIS l>., lt)00. Maynr. Sec rotary-Tieasurer .N'OTICIO is hereby given that the [ ixhove is a iiwc cofiy of � |iro|>osei| I By-law. which has bo;in introduced i 'and which nia.v be. Ilnall.y passed by' 'IThraw is a Icss-on in the work e tJje it'hrifty farmer. He knows t4iat the brigtit sunHhint^ iiva'y lust but, a �dny and ho-projwres for iho *liowor> whicii are so liahli.- fo follow. So'ii .should, lie with every housLihOkl. l\v wJ'Ulery. diarrhoea aiul cholera tiifi-tljti's 'iua.y attack .�!i>iue mcinber of, llw-'home' wit*iout warniivg. Chaui'lx'r-lain's Colic, Cho'lera and Diarihu.-' l{enK>d.\-. which in th� U^.st known ns shall-have been expentled I '�"''l"'>n� for tlu-^o, .'.Iioiil.) Ihe Council Cm .he iiVeia,^ the con-' ".v it, the f.elnbridge Electric Com-;^ kept at hand, sent of the Unrff.^U^ing obtain?:l i Pany. Ltd., in and about boring for !trealmon^ ,s necessary, (Oier-to) aii.r one nionih,.from the't^as. iiub.ding the cost of procuring !P'"^'*', .1. n., lOOtl. 'uny rigs or other appliances - i *" ''''"5'^'*'^'' OI the first piLblical - i '^ao for such purpose, iho "l.,' Ivedibridge, H. BOWMAV, Secre ta r.v-'P roi i .su iv  r. mmes I Anything in fact where type and ink are used � ___ V___^ i \ The Herald's Motto: Nothing but the Best A By-l�v\ to provide foi bor- ing for natural gas within the Ciiy of LctihbrtJge, and for lite acquisition by tlio City of the machinery unri n'jher prol>eity of the Ijethbridge lOleciric Company, Ltd., aikd for ! raising such tiionies as ma.v Iw nec-I essary for such and for ihe distribution of ru.s. if 'ilLscoverod uji-on 'the ciwlit i>i tlto Cil.y of Ijetli-bri'dge. WllEltEAS it is doentod advisable in die iiKtMesi.s of tlva City to endeavor lo ascerlain whwlhor iiat  iiral gas exists thoroun'rter, and ii gas is 'discovered to establiuli � gas plant ajid distribute gris as a publi; utili't.v and iiK.'ideiHail.v thereto to uc(|uire and take over the plant and prolH-rly of the t.�lihbri';|ge Electric Company, Limited. AND WIIKIIKAS tihe LMhl.ridgi and the distribution of gas. may borrow on the credit., of the City the sum of $12((.000 and may from time (o (iiiie as monies for any of such purposes may Ije refpiired. issiii> -bentiires of^the Cily in sums of not less than $100.(10 eiich. so thai the lotal vtvlue of debentures so issued shall not in all exceed $120,000, re payable within for(y years from (he date oil which this bylaw takes effect, vit'h interest a( (he rate of four and one half per rent [ler annum payable nnnuall.v in such mann- �� that each in.stalnient of principal and shall be as nearl.V as equal in each year of Ihe period during which (he debenlures are to run. 4. During the forty years next succeeding the dale of this bylaw coming into effect an annual rate shall Im! charged and levied against alt rateable property within the City siidii-ient (o produce the amount annually retpiired for the purpose of payiiieni of principal anil interest on the a()ove delientures; but if in anv year u( the time when the rtites ar.' iinpo.sed the CouiTcil shall have on hand to the'credit of the City and available tor the purpose k sum of money siifllcient to meet the pdynv.>hl An .Viiihority Claims it Would ��j Profttatil,!. (From the Calgary Herald.) The Herald yesterday interviewed .Mr. Cliarles Knight on (he sufi.iei-;. oi' the Ijeef investigation which will be I umfertabbn in a .short time by the , governments of the three western J provinces. Mr. Knight is thoroughly j ' c'drivorsant with the Khipt>ing condi-! fiohs in this province, and ha.s" very strong convictions as to the re vulue of (he packing and the .sh |>|iinK facilities olTered b.v the west. All argument that Mr. Knight ,�^^^^ k-ances for live slock shipnwni iu.tho larger prices offered tor the.olTal;; in';-lOnglaiid than in AB>erta. In-this counlry ulVal is worth about f{i.80.: It brings at least $4 more in ICng-. land. The value of the bye-producta;, of will depend upon the com- ^ plctoiiess of the plants. In Chiciigo the net returns on a single heail 'of; stock is about J12. Mr. Knight is strongly in folvor oL: legislation that will prevent the railroads of thi.s country from httulling stock for wore than 24 hours con- : secutively. He cites cases where the CP.U. has hauled cattle for 100 toi 108 hours without a stop. Frequently the stock is kept in'the cart "for (jfi to 72 hours. The United States Jaw ivquires that cattle should' be kept on the cars only 28 hours; and at the utmost limit 36 hours. There are (daces whore the stock-loading 1 yards have no water, and the cattle I must go without or be driven several I miles in order to lie watered. This is true at .\irdrie. Brooks, Strathinore, i-and Cochi'ane. Thei-e is work ' hcris-for a humane society. "It is-'the Irish opposition," anid Mr. Knight, "that keeps the ein -bargo on the cattle in the KngiiHli market. The stiperiorit.v of Irish cattle over o'iir.'s lies in this, that theirs are finished when the.v go tci the English market. When the Canadian stock has arrived after a long Voy-' age It IS not rcad.v to compete ~ even toriu.s- ;:�ith theistock of .the Engli^sli stockmen. It the Canadian cattle had time to recuperate they would more thon equal much of the other beef on the iiuirket." - -r "j The west has not yet. a monopoly in England. Ireland, ships annuall.v 210,000 head of stock to E^sigland. rli� Canadian liei;! is. ranketl , only tifth in quality, and as conditionfi are today is excelled by Englaid. Ireland, Scotland and the,United States. Mr. Knight thinks that the quality of the western (Canadian .stock will fmprove as the country settles. There will not be the large hcnis, but the cattle that are raised .will be given , more attention. '1 he appointment of a fat stock. ' commissioner: js one. tif. -Mr.: Knight's . suggestions for th�} solution of th-! farmer's quarrel vith the bu.vers. laliie' ""''' K'"�de all stock, and the tarnier would. not .sell until - his cattle were ready for sale. Tie would v Not He is emphatically stock shipment. X.ast year, he states he tnudc a thorough invcstigatioa. and waA. compelled to the conclusiin in favor of live ! swindling. i Today the rancher sells tor dol-! lars instead of by weight, arid ther> lis a wide field for a practised hii.ver Eleoiric t.'oiiiimtiy LiiiiiU.'d has ferod itself to bore for gvis under (he suporviwion of tlie Council, niv;t if gas should be discuvero.! to turn the gas Well over (o (he cily, togKiho.' w:ith all i'fs plant, mac^him-ry and j real estate in consideration of the pay i iiiorvt to it by the (.'ity of a sum i etpwl to the capital stock of the 'i* Ihe Council tniainber in the City I Company actually fiubscribed nivd is^ UMhbridge on the Twenty-fourth .jsuwl and thi* outslandinK debenture day of Augiisi A debt of the Company with a prom - iuin of ten^per conl. on the nmoun; Paid on siuJt �(ock (which ait fch'e date hereof is in all the sum of $7H,- S>ri.2�i) an-.l onual in addition lo the amount of the ne't profits wlvleh shall haw occriio o'clork in (be forenoon and five o'clock in the a!li'.r ' noon. r,. The 20(h (Uiy of August, A. p. lOOC, at the hour of eight thirty in j (he afteinoon at the Council Cham-i ber in the City, is hereb.v fixed as ; the time and place for the appoint - | (hat the packing industry was not possible in.,.\lberta. In tni} first place he .says there are not sulllcieiu cattle in the province lo meet,the. demands of a large pack ing ,industry. In support of a large l�ack the exports of cattle from Si'.s-katehewan arid All.)erta .00'>. Thesis' were distributed as follows: Cochrane, 1000. Cajgary, 130O. Strathmore, TOO. Gleichen, 1400. Brooks 1100. Silflield. 200iV ; IMiniiiore .liinction, 251 0." Walsh, 1200. Maple Creek, 2.'>00. Woldrek, 1500. .law, 500.- I Grassy L^^c, 450. ' W' 'l>owels shouM h�vc inuncHliate at>(en(ion, so as to oh�ck the di.seuso tMiluro it Ijecoipes �er-v--ions. All tha-t js nccossary is  few-dow's of Chainiberla�n'a Colic, Ohol-. era and ]>iarr4iooa Hemedy followed c I by a dose of c�stor oil to cle�wK*ti' ' tibe system. Hev- M. -O. StocklMid; ' j l^astor of the first M. B, Churcfa,' Liltle Falls, Minn., write*:' '.'W� have u�f�d Oltani'borl�irt's CollciyChol-era and f>iari Col- Baker a pioneer of the Koot- ^ iMtays, and a former ineinberol, thefsv n. legislature died In Knslanil.vv In a Montreal interview, Mr.vJaK^ Kent, announced that thK ;Canadl�ng I'acifio telegraphs will this year up 7,000 miles of additional,- w'l^:'^^-^^ 4,000 miles will be put Up in ,Wc�fc>'*^" ern Canada, and will include kii'^ ditional copjier line right^it from Winnipeg to VnncottV ;