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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta tHt DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, AUGUST Daily Herald Lethbridge By-Law No i Gets a Boost Established 1907 I Ain-.iale O some extracts from by the Daily. Herald t. r writton to Councillor A.Chew, every lawful eveamg j V who office. Round St.. Lethbridge, Otley. by Mr. Harry Canada. I is now a resident in-Lethbndge, Al- W. A. BUCHANAN Iberta. Mr. Dawson, who is a native managing Director and Editor of Otley, was an, active worker in eonilftCtinn with the Salvation Army i here, whilst he was also prominently 2.00 i identified with the Otley Liberal as A' By-law of the City of Leth- j bridge "to ruirfe the sum of Twenty- oijjht thousand dollars for expenditure in connection with} certain, public works, via., the con- struction oi a new Main Sewer in the southern portion of the for securing a new boijer and mak- intr necessary extensions ior the transmission" of liRht and power throughout the City and for devel- oping a certain coal seam for sup- plving coal to 'be used in connec- tion with the City's waterworks LOO .35 3.00 sociation. He left Otley for Canada two 1-75 i "1 might, as well jc41 writes j .85 small, growing town.i I'he farmers have 'particular cause Tiu-re -are two theatre, and two more 'roll WI.P ?r...022.-! FARM LANDS in the are rapidly, ndvancinu in value. Our record of sales shows it. The tremendous'demand for WHEAT LANDS causes it. Our advice is to buy now. Don't wait until the price has increased from S3 .to per acre. Hatch Coons FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY J Phone !59 Oliver Stock Fagged Out sTT I bottle of NYAL'S HYPOPHOSPH.ITES. You will feel like a new person after a few dotes and the results after taking one bottle are truly w onderful. Strengthens, invigorates, restores your appetite and energy. Price 11.00 at PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE NORTH WARD ;il. ALEXANDER, Phone 446 Prescription Specialist. Night Cell Graduate Druggist and Optician. to be grateful to Liberal sovern-j are being built. There are no .public, j Tnent at Ottawa. Apiculture is the f Houses as in Orley. but big holds j ,VN of the-: White Hors ,VNp WHEREAS -the amount xisting debt of the City .of position has been attain'ftd largelyHbing in which-I'ani ploasetl to'..see-j AND WHEREAS tiu- respective' bv the production of articles on the j tho-Alberta' government is ,Iar in- ad-j required- to- be raised r of.) o-nVprnmentp -and that! mmlly by special rate during the j farm, such as live stock prrt-j ,w vernme.u.-, 'U1U-tu >'eurrmcv m thp debentures i ducts, -rain and, fruit, all of which j in regard to the telephone, which, 1 arejn the aiar? in in tbe .place; keisoi the Old World: j takin- telephone to the' of the essentials demanded L: these markets and it is the Eight -hat tjiei Huiir bill. :itkl ;lie .government 'has! circumstance !iSKister of -Agriculture has taken.! gomt: of the steps to influence not only increased i'chiMiv-n. school -buildings There is., not' a production on farms, ranches and or-j in or in. aoy of..the ciiards, but better quality of all pro-1 trictii with any of- these '-ducts .as -a result of which ".Amirher Hne buildin? .is the The demand for Canadian farm pro-i which is fitted up with the duct? is on the increase. latest- improvements. There are; ten -.In -of the Jungle ex- 1 ,are paid 10s. 'a week 'r and aw alway? to-be rooms to- sleep thereon For a sinking FiuuJ the payment nt the debt creru-wl'-by the j ftdi] debentures ri8S.56j TH.EKEFOKK- 'THE AND COUNCIL OF THE CITV OF j ENACT L AS 1. It shall and may be lawful for-j the Council to raise the sura of j Twenty-eight thousand' j (XXXOO) by way of loan for the pur-1 pose of- defraying the cost., of" own-i structing. a new 'ilfiin Sewer "in'. thi1' portion the City Tridj Choice block of 956 acre.-, all Sec. 28 and W. half Sec. W. This is on the Weyburn Lethbridge extensio n; sinoo th, level prairie, free from stones and win sell for per acre inside a year. Price, sale, .per block, or S13.50 in half sections; cash on each half-section, balance, 5 payments, inter- est at 6 per cent.. Write or wire The Wholesale Liquor Business heretofore con-', ducted by A, L. ROY has been p ur b used by j; B. REUTER tt is importaat that all outstanding be paid to "Bish Davis. S who is manasrins; the brisi- ness. be'fore.AiiiO-ist 30. !l W. J. 1705 Street, Victoria. B.C., or The Canadian Real Estate Co.. lioom 9, Brynn Block. Lethbridge. f t 0 for securinc a making -certain new boilef extensions Ribbons for all machines..S' Carbon per box 100 from Copying Paper, ream, from Agents for the vREMINGTON MACHINES S65 to Call and get terms. PROVISIONAL CARDS DR. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucher, 9 a.m., 2-3; 7.8 p.uj. Office 914 Rwi path gt. phoue 53 DOCTORS MEWBURN AMD Street. 2.3. DR. A. McNALLY-Offce Stafford Block. Office 12. 1.3, 7-8.30. Phooe niifbt nod 277. >li. J. E. Surgeon. Accoucner. Oddlellow. Block. Houra-THl 9 a.m.; n Ntc. 3 to 5. 7 to g.. rtione. 'day ID night. 342: D. A. TAYLOR. tet, Sye, Ear, Nose and Stafford Block..! Lechbridee, Alt- Office a.m.. pm 7-8 p.ui, "r DR. GARNET T. IVES, DENTIST UTilnllMfn S Phone 417 if yon want the best work done on ;i g Repairs. Alterations, elc. I E W.Kingston Room 2' Begin Block Goods called for and i? returned Just arrived at Stock Yards 40 J. F. Sale Stables Wood Street. Letiibridge I 4 f 'Ann AilM iDRAYING thi; lines tor the trans-; mission' "t" electricity ..for-power..-and] necessity ior it "meat inspection ser- in Canada, vritft the view of .in- i m: firing increased confidence in the i liLfht quality of Canadian live stock pro- j TO EXPERIMENT WITH PEAT j _dncts abroad. Investigation had prov'i Ottawa AuSr. 'IL The goVemnicnt -j adjacunt to thu City's, i for of -cf-al to be in; certam coal seant %d-that wliiJt- the conditions in our! ha--: nn experimental station, .-T.., c'.ianectiOn wicn s j and plant. r; i -2. That Debenture? issued .forf the inspection of meats and; and the experiments will be j the sum of "Twenty-eiifht dollars' the expiration' of thirty years from! I the vjdate, of this By-l-uv taking, ef- ,saii.i debentutr-s. for- hundred dollars each or any jnuTtf- aiattoirs and packing houses, were for .peat. ;The .station, .is .situated oh j it 'was'.advisable, to pass shuT-hern ontsldris of the eats and; fruiis, which was duly en-j'with at J-icied by parliament. This Ont-.. where there is an -ex- 'oniy been; in force a short time find f cfllent- ''peat ;boc. This experimental 'meets %-ith tht; approval "oi the pack-! station, which, is under the care of Britain. The regulations under which j Swi1 den. will provide "for work are the application Of peat a.s 'a "fuel.. i.j.fijr-jdteTTj to sdiencft.. are within the! SENATOR IS GRAND MASTER the! interest on' each--.debetirure i ly at n. rate fixed by the'Council as I hurninbef-ore provided not. to the. rate, of five per centum per .an- num (5 :per cent. payable the provisions oi the act- and others ap-j Qttawn Derby-'-Bank of Montreal: In .the City- -of plyins .to. come in. j ahire was today installed as Grand The United. States, which fumi-hes Master of 'the bddfdlows. AGtO M Real Estate and Stocks Bonds Money to Loan Room 3, McDONAtb BLK. WHEN YOU IIAVE "THAT 14 i -'L' 'in-it-fi.1 Great Britain witti 60 per cent, ot ot "Essftx, is Grand Warden., j That Montreal. or the .Bank of Montrenl in tlie City of Toronto or the Bank of in the Citv of cooling, g-.and 'altogether satisfy'- j jor bringing tlian a bot- tle or: of some carbonated. Iced beverage such iactnre for the good of the thir- str sonK' The list is long, but here is a .ptortial list: Lemon soda ginger ale; sarsparilla, ginger j lieer. orange cider, etc. J in quart anet 24 to'! the Served at yoiir_door on order. lit ItTIMISet BBEWEBr CO Western TnMisfer Co. LONG BROS-Propnelors Office opposite Biilmoral .Rooms-6 and o. Hours MISS QADAINTY-Gradaate nurse has opened a priyte maternity rtwoA St.. near he S- case-s,, day. JTouhg children per day. Patients expect ed to pay one week ar-d medicine? 269. f of Berlin. "Ger Scotch music t specialty. Open for recitals baiv quets, concerts, etc. For "7" cjo Royal -Collieries, L M. JOHNSTONfr-iJarrister bohcitor. -Office a Bank. Lethbridge. Barristers aud Notaries. Money, to loan. 3. 3V Shepherd. P. CONYBEARE, .O C L Barrister.' Solicitor, Etc. Conybeare Block. berta. I Land Surveyor. Irrigation and i drauhcr.trigineer.. Room aey...Stock. Phone 205 Largest and beet stock in tfee city. J-..4. 2 Paint- j mgEtc, J WELLINGTON Bro.. Cor. Cutbill and Maad. Box 6 Court- the meat by the shut .country. ..expands an-} nuully upon this branch oi the ser-j vice, an-i it. is fair to assume--that the system of moat- inspection in iurce in. the .United States has contributed largely to such consumption %by-.the British peopli-. the live stock Liduatry --'is the of ngricnlt'ure. it is import- ant to note .that-., t-htv Department ofj Agriculture i.s etig-'iged in; ,-taniping out.dis.t-a.--f. especially irlan-t derp, 'This policy sive. Th.; Imperial .aiithoriTif? hnvej thought so well of the Canadian ihod that- they ha% also adopted the! mrdJein test, slaughtering the react-1 t-rs and paying for the j horses destroved. Your Reflection It isn't jh, now- MUja, right. You got, to OUR POINT OF VIEW I A newspaper man has been elected ?ntnd master oi the Alberta Odd-j No need to vrony about the prosperity of the order this i Harry Thaw has been Declared in- sane once again. Wr- wonder if he, stay that way now or will he! ico to court to make sure jnst whether! judge or himself i? crazv. If Thaw would only lock his name! tip in an asyhim so that the world! would never hear it would! 5e a, million or more happy people on i the globe in consequence. i the biggest part of becoming a success IB to make people think you are all right, "What is your reflec- tion in the world's mirror a well dressed, successful man, or a shabby failure? Show that you think enough of yourself to look your best at all times. Back up your good character by wear- ing good clothes like 'TrogressBrand" j bft with ihe of. the City j of Lethbridge and signed-by the Ma-. i yor Secretary-Treasurer and be i payable in. Canadian currency at'any i of the said -branches of the BanTc j of .Montreal: I o -4v That in: addition to- all other amounts there shall' be i each year during the currency of the j said debentures on all the rateable property in the City'of Lethbridge'by special .rate or rates sufficient there- i for. the sum of S1400.00-.for paying i the interest "on'the'fair! debentures j J and the siim of S583.56 fund for the .payment of the j debt created by the issue of the-.said'. I debentures, to be payable, levied and j: collected at the same time, and in tht1 same manner as other tuxes are payable, levied and collected: by stature or by by-law of the City. 5. That this By-law shall come into nffect on the day of A. D. 1909. 6. That- the votes ot the Burgesses i duly "qxialifjexi to vote" on this by-" law ?hall be taken on the 8th day of i September-, A.D. 1900 at, the. City of-_ I fices in the City of Lethbridge be-: tween the hours of nine o'clock in tlie j forenoon and eight o'clock in the af- iernoon. Done and passed in Council this day of A. "D., 1909. Mavor. Hon. W. T, Tinlay follows a wise! policy in attending all the full He -can get into touch with the farm- ers better there than any pln.ce else. Medicine 'Handball team is on the slide. -The Medicine Hat city cown- better come -along- with another to prevent-them from slip-1 to the bottom. The general impression seems to- that the harvest will be in, full in ten days. Southern Alberta Trill again have one of its bumper ESS HeKCLVIE McGUIRB Secretary-Treasurer. j NOTICE' IS HEREBY GtVEX that j thft above is a true of n.By-law has been introduced and which! i may be finally passed by the 'Council in the event of the i consent of. the Burgesses being i obtained thereto after one month from the. 13th day of Aujnist. A.D. 1909, being the date of the first publication then-of in the l-brid.ffe and that .the votes i of the Burgesses will be tafcen upon i the proposed By-law on the 8th day of September; Ifl09 j hours of nine o'clock in the fore- i noon and eight o'clock in, the after- j noon in the City offices