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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta � �  $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 new s-paper in Alberta Has met with the encourage-ment 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 Bitt Heads Envelopes Posters Dodgers Calling Cards Wedding Ivitations Programmes Anything in fact where type and ink are used The Herald's Motto: Nothing but the Best" allon establishing or currying on or lit teres I r-d in an.v Industrial business within the City nny preferential or fayorpd j.riuitjnpptby wuy (if bonus Of: ojherwise Including exemption j from tnxntion or reduction in rate (that such otter shoiiM Company a� the cost of arrep(�.'l. for I lie .supply of witter, giis, nice -Iricity or other public titilty th'n that the Cify shall thereupon grutit. to tin1 Conipnny for the remainder of AND W11KKEAH in the event of, gns bring discovered It v ill be nor- , unitary lor the purpose of utUllaing j the discovery to establish B gns I I any term of exemption provided f�r'ptnnt nml lay pi|�os for Hie difefrlb-| In .such agreement nml -bylaw the , ,i(|on thereof throughout tho City. ! same preferential nr favored Itfiil-, AND WIlFiltKAS it I* e�llliwitet inn or concession unless the Company ut the time of demanding I lie. same sliull have u up cup r concessions. (j) On the purl of (lie (,\!.\ II will at any future time upon the request, of the Company execute ami deliver 1 or cause lo he executed and ileli\erel ull agreements. instruments or us -'surunce that tnuy be reasonably �.-iqulml by the C�iiiipany fur the pur-: pose of securing to the Company th-? rights nml privileges inlemteil to lie i granted lo It by such agreement. 'I. Ami thnt the .Mayor and Sec : ret ary-Treasurer of the t'ity oi l^tli I briilge are hereby authorised anil in slructeil lo sign, seal With the cor porn I e seul. and execute on behalf o the Municipal Corporation ot u t'ity of Ij'thtirldge an ugreom nr on , the terms obo\e set birth. . purpose if gas is discovered will h� about tl' and It is deemed expwlient thnt the said sntn of being the amount .�t d�bt intendfil to be created or author i:l by Mils bylaw, Bbnll b�� serur-�il by the issue of debentures spread over � period of forty years bearing interest at the rale of four and one half per centum per nnnum, payable m.noiilly. AND WHF.IIKAS lhe amount of assessable property in the City, according to tho last revised assessment , ,. , , i. , - ..w.,1.. ,u> � . , lon 'hereof In the roll is fl ,70!i.OHihridge ��n- , act as follows: , I. This hyluw sliull take elTect on i the Fourth day of September, AD., 1900. a. The Mayor and Secretary urer are hereby authorized to enter into and execute on behalf of the City an agreement with the l.etli -bridge ICIectric Company. Limited, wherein the said 1/etlibi-idge F.lectric Coinpaiiy, Ltd., shull covenant 'Hut polling placfl niiif nit-the iflnftl stimm-j rft|>Ht In .tho. 'M^p^rtMtA-ib^'^>iin Ing tip of thn voIdh by tl)o Secretary- � Mr. Knight o'clock In the forenoon at. the Cotm-1 that Contuiian ahippcrn of dtirtU molft|r, cil Chamber of the oily sum up tne'cannot compete with,tho AmorleaiY; 4 number of votes for or against the (packing houses, because there Is. 'u '' bylaw and declare the result- thereof. I difference, of at least thirty cents in WNK A\0 J'ASSED IN W.S^ i*?1 �' A' 01 J. Till!* day of A. , "K ^0UR:T ,httV! lJ"S �� n ]90(l i turning their stuff ovoi' to tho old .: . 1 country market. ^ j- ' 1 j ITe does not iwllevo It Is possible 1 Secretary-TieuMiirer 1 for any.firm to pack .lUt't'CSHfully �l�d ' -- -pay more thnn'tlfc. a pound for tholr NOTICK Is het'oby given that the ! heef. The farmers In Alberta,, will above is a true copy of a propose I 1 not sell for this. They arc getting Hy-law, which has bam Inirodue. d at present fl} c.-nts a pound. Tho parking industry Is posslb|e;'. wWre the pasturage will guarantee a certain number of lean cftltlo which the farmer would be ready to sac r I flee for a song. Hut Alberta land Is too nut lit ions to produce that kind of stun*. Alberta cattle are excellent feeders, ami their condition is never �uich us to Tustlfy a sacrifice. Mr. Knight is inclined, to think that 1W00, between I the. live stock Is one of the iiust re- 'arid which may be finully fmssed l�y ' 1 he Council (in the event of the con-' s*nt of the burgesses >|xHng obtainc-:) thereto) afU'r one month from the swoiul day of August, A 1)., H�0(J,, (being tliv" m. and live p. m. at the Cliy o n. tv nowM.w, Hoc re ta ry-T rcasu n SASIvA'I'CIIKWAN MASONS, J To Form a Ornnil Lodge for 1'ieas- I'rovbtro. That Itegina, Aug. I.-As a result of the eoiiveniion h�'ld itt i'rince Albert on May 'Jo, will organi/e on 'J'liur.-dny next b, the Masonic hall in this c.ty lh> I hundred lietween Calgary and . Mont- real. The freight on a single tratn-] load Is l>el v een $hp00 and 14pt)*>. ! There Is less exiiense. attached to 1 handling it than any other class 0/ might, and the rolling stock is e.1-I ways ready frr Immediate use ,. as soon us it has In'en drawn tip at the teriiiiiuil stock yards. Ilctwoelt Cal-' gury and Montreal there are only two slops, one at. Winnipeg, and .the the Masons of the province '""""^ �t Mchrelher. Those oecupy-fMiu I'J to 'jo hours in euch case. An argumeiil that Mr. Knight advances for live stock shipment Is tho larger prices offered for the ollal in Kiigiund than In Albcrtu. In this country offal is worth about ffi.80. It brings ut. least fl more in England. The valuu of the bye-products The votes of the burgesseo for the sti|�>rvision of the Council until 1 the names of those ofllcers who will]"' course will depend upon the com- or against this bylaw shall he taken at. the Council Chamber in the City of Lethbridge on the L'llli day ol : Allgllst, A. D.. I'.IIMt, Irt-twcen the hoiil'R of nine o'clock hi the forenoon and live o'clock in the nteinoon. 0. The JOth day of Almost, A. IV. a depth of 'J.000 fts-t shall haw hcen reached, or until the sum of leu thousand dollars -sliull have been expended, or until such a flow of gns shall have been secured us In (lie opinion ot the Council shull be .111 f-. ficient and that in the event of gas HMMJ, at the hour of .'ighl thirty 111 1 being discovered it will sell and coli- Mbe tutcriioon ui the Council Cham-l tier iu the City is hereby lived us the i lime and place (or the ttppoiut ment ! of persons lo attend ut I lie polling place and ut the final siiinm ng up , of llle voles b,\ the Seer, t ir>-Tle.iS j urer 011 behalf of the persons r, sped ively interested in promoting or opposing the passing of the bylaw. 7. The Secretary Treasurer shu'l on Saturday thsed lly-latt. uliiili lias Ik>.-ii uitrixbevJ and which Kt,\ tie llnuily passed by lit.' Council 1111 1 lie event ui the con Sfllt i.t the Iiul'riesjil-N U*illg OtilUIIU'.l one mnillh l'ro:n th.' tugiist, A p.. lV>othbri.lp- lli-r llle Mites of til'- 1,111* taken upon th- pn on the Tuetil.v-fourWi \. p.. llliilt, let we.. in meI live p. lu ill St1 Cham1' T in tile Cily o' tbel'elol iil'li'l' six'oiid day oi ticing th" dali-iihi llleieof 111 aid" and tliai g.-sses wi'l Is' posis'l Ity-lnw .lll> ol \ugllsl. uliii- a t 'onncil V J   : : lethbridge C It IIOWM W, Secret 11 r.v-Tre.i-.ur. r BY-LAW NO 222.   i I I it A lty-l�w to provide tot bor- : lug lor natural gas wilhm tho Oil.. 01 Ijm'librrJge, and for Uiu uc(piisii-1011 by tiie 1'ny of thu machinery uui; ' i�'.tl''r property of thu lathbridge LliH'ir.c luiiipuny, Lul., and lor imiHitiK such monies us may t�-essury lor sn, h |iiirposu and lor ; lie Uistribiiliou ol kuh il tl'iHCoVcrisI 111 011 the ciHslii 01 ilu� Cily of l^otli-briilge. WliKltKAS ii is doeniixl aOMHai.le iii file interest^ ,,1 t|n� t'jty to l�ll-Jeuvor lo uncertain wlh�hi�r nat urnl gas exists tbereurvder. mid o gas is 4isi'o\ei\>d to ewialili-li a ya>> plain and disiribuli! gns as a utility and iii>'"leiitully therein 'o acipiire mid laki; over the tdiiut and property ol Mi'' l^�thbrrdge Klccire-Coiupuriy. Liniiti-il i AND WliKltKAS the I.Hlibrulge I'Hih outstanding ^lebenture day debt of i lie Company with a prin-nun of ten per cent ti th- tiiitoun! Pu'd on siiiJi stock (which u't tile date hereof is in all the sum of $7'!.-H7I-20) niv.l the I .el h bridge Klei-tt'ie Company. Ltd.. ihe said sums for its plant, iiiachlu ery ami property its above mentioned , and will fiirthev repay to it nil such monies as shall have lieeti expended liy It. the Ij'tuhridgc Klectric Com-piuiy. Ltd., iu and about boring for ' kiis. including the cost ol procuring nny rigs or other appliances nercs -i -ary lor such purpose 't. The Mayor and Council. 'or the purpose aforesaid, as well as lor the construction of the gas plant anil the disi i ibui ion of gas. may b ir row on the credit of the City Huston of $l'Jo.OOO and may from time lo time as monies for any m surh purposes may lie reipiireil. Issii,. tie ,lieulures of (t be City in simis of not less I Lu Ii tlOOuil eaili. so that the lotul value of debeiitures so iss'ietl -hull not in nil exceed SlJooOO le |iayub!e within forty yeiirs from the date nil which this livlnw lake- e?-iii't. vith interest at the rate of four i and one half per rent per annum | payable annually iu such inann  that each instalment of pi inipal and I interest shull lie as nearly as po.-s-i ilile ei|iiat in each year of the period � luriUK uhicli Ihe debentures are to run 1 Piiriug ihe forty years next sue-cisMlmg the dale of this bylaw colli int; into effect an annual rate sliall be churged and lei led uganist all rateable pro|M*rly within the City -iilllcient lo produce the umouiit uu iiuall.n reipiireil (or the purpose oi |ia\mi'ul of prim'ipiil unit interest ui (lie liliove lli'lienl llivs. |,nt jf d, any \ear ai the time when ihe rates uiv iinposeii the Council shall huvu on liiind to then-edit of tile City and mac la lile tor the purpose * sum of money siillliient to meet tiu> pnynu-ni to Ik made in such year on suid de lieiitincK it may by resolution appropriate such HiiiiiK to said purpose ami in such case the charging and , levying of said annual rate for such year shall not lie rcqulrod. f>. The votes, of the burgessis for or against this bylaw shall lie taken at the Council Chamber in the Cil> of U'llihridgo on the Twenty fourth of Vugust A P loud. Il.'lwe.ll the hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon and five orlo.k in the a i -r noon. ii The 'J*>ih dn.v of Augusl. A. f>. 1  ii it*, ui ihe hour of eight thirty in ibe afternoon at the Council Chamber in the City, is hereby fixed as the time und place for thu appoint-incut of persons to attend at tho attend and who have the right t, i V^omum of the plants. In Chicago vote on any questions which may a-1lhu nnl rot,'rnN on 11 !,lnR,c hcnrt ui rise. (Ireut interest Is manifested nsi"t,ll'k is aboul show., by the fact that few proxies ! Kni8ht is wrongly in favor of have bivu named. ' legislation that will prownt tho rail. Invitations to I* present have I eeni' ''ou��� "nve no water, and the cattle Aug P Is the first ih.v of U.-giim's ' ",UHt �� wUho,H "f atlVVn W,VCrftl annual e\bibi.ion mid the close the convention oi mimic polities. \1 A K I'- ll AY WillIJ: |lIK SlirNF.S.'' ' miles in order to he wittered. This Is true nt Airdrie. Ilrooks, Strathmore, '. and Cochrane. There Is work hera SL\ for n humane society. "ft is the Irish opposition," suid (Mr. Knight, "that keeps the embargo on the rattle in the Kngllsh market. The superiority of Irish cat- 'lliatv in a l>ssiiii in the worU � the thrifty farmer, lie knows Hun ; lhe hrigttt HiiiiHhitie may last but a ! t|,. oVer ours lies in this, that theirs i day an-1 he prejwircs for the dIkhuhs are finished when they go to the i which aiv so liable fo follow So it ', should lie with every hoits.'itoUl liy i sealery, diarrhoea lilul cholera lu>i' 'bus may attack some iiumiiU'i of tie ' home wit4ioiil wurniog rlianiU'r Iain's Colic, Cho'lera and P.anh... Itemedy. whirl. iK the lN.s| know:, uiKlicine f,r lb-.,. conversant with the shipping conditions in this province, and has \erv siroiifi convictions as to ihe ivl.i.j.,. Milue of the packing and the sh ppinu facilities ottered by the west. He is emphatically iu faMir of live stock shipment. Last yeur, he .-'.utes he made a thorough investigation and was compelled to the co.iclusi in that the packing industry was not possible in Alberta In tun first place he says there are SI'MMKIt not snillcieiu cattle in the province to meet the demands of a large puck ing industry. In support of u la repack the exports of cattle from S.-.s-kutchewau and Alberta during the past two years. In 10O4 the nu.u -Iter of export cattle shipped from the two provinces was ,' Thebut -ichors' cattle shipped were ii.'i.Oiiu j These were distributed as follow--j Oochrune. loOn Calgary. l.'lOn Strathmore, 7o0 Cleichen. HI Ilrooks 1 KM Siillield. aoOil. Puumoie .1 in ii' I ii oi. I'.'e 0 ' Walsh, l-'oo. Muple Creek. a.'iOO. Woldrek, I.-iOO. Moosi' .law, TiOO.-tira.ssy l^ike, 'loo. W'oodptH'ker, 500. Col. linker a pioneer of tho Koot- Ij'ihtiridge, loiui. eimys, ami a former nwinber of iho Fien-e. 'Amu II. C legisiiiturp died in Kntrland. Maileoil lii.'iii lu a Moutroal ititerviuw. Mr. ,lus. Pi.-gun, .'bono. Kent, announced that the Canadian I'incher, l.ViO. Vucific telogrtiphs will this your put Clart'sholm. 1000. up 7,000 miles of additional' w'tvs; , Cnyle.v. (1000. 1.000 miles will be put up in M'oat**. From C and F. line .1000. ern Canada, mid will include an wl-" (n lOO.'i the total exports of live ditiotutl copper lino right thrdUg stock wen* 10.001. distributed ai- from Winnipeg to Vancouver.;^ piirin-g thu but iveathor of the summer mouths Uio Tirst unnatural loos�>-ih'ss of a ctiild's IhiwcIs shoukt nave 1 uiuiii'.liute atteiirion. i>o as to check the disease before it iR-coipos nor -ions VII that is necessary is a few* vluses of Chamberlain's Colic, Cbol-eru niKl Piuriiioea Itemedy followed by a dose of castor oil to clean** the sy�t�m. Hev- M. O. Stocklami. l�aMor of tho first M. 13. Church, LHlle Fulls, Minn., writes: �W# have uk�sI Chanrberlain's Oolle, Cholera und Diarrhoea flomedy for sev -er�l year* and flud it a very vaiuaWo' leuusly. cs|iecially for summer d's-orders in ohlldren." Sold by all druggists. ;