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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta n PAGE TWO fHt t-tfr.dRIDQE DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, INI. i Daily Herald Lethbridge By-Law No Gets a Boost Established 1907 Aiivn.-iK.vpJxM-n-.-r) sonu> extracts fru its office. Khiuul St.. Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Jirector and Editor Subscription Rates one year, delivered Daily, mouths, delivered Daily, three delivered Daily, one mouth, delivered Daily, one year, Uy mail...... Daily, six by mail Daily, three mouths, by mail ?P changed as often but both new ano' old must be iciven. 3.00 1.75 Published every Wediu-sduy in eight and contain? a. summary oi '.he world's of the week, local aeii foreign. One "ear. in advance Six months., in, advance .........75 month.-, in advance........50 THE DAILY HERALD sale al the following Sage, J. G. Robertson A J. U. Hkinboiham Co.. J. J Johnston. Co.. K. W, Ham- is i Pischer J. Mirchell. D. L.' McOrea. i BITS. j Druu Book Co. J. Stafford. Fwnie, 3. E. Suddaby. Cranbrook, Aichison. I- Reiiu-cke. Grassy Tughnm. F. Otley. by Mr. Harry Dawson. who i is now a residt-nt in Lethbridge, Al-j i berta. Mr. Dawson, -who is n native! I of Otlt-y. was an active worker in j [connection with tho Salvation Army; whilst be was also prominently: with the Otley Liberal as-j Hv left Otley for CansuLij two years "I might as wt-11 loll you." writes Mr. Dawson, "that Canada is a; srrt.-at country, and anyone with a! liitli- money can a fortuiv in 1 in this.1 plac-, wli'i came hriv with iii'lhinsr. and m.'W wortli of pounds. Tlu-iv is n" A Ity-law oi the City oi Leth- to raise the sum of Twenty- thouwind for expenditure in connection with oertaiu public works, viz the con- struction oi a new Main Sewer in: the southern portion of the City: {or securing a new boiler and mak- ing necessary extensions for the transmission" of light and power throuL'hout the City and for devel- oping a certain coal seam for sup- plying coal to -be used in connec- wit-h the City's waterworks FRIENDS OF AGRICULTURE Tin- larmers particular cans" to bf- craieiui tiu- Lib-'ral rm-ui at Oltjva. Agriculture the chief industry of Canada, and is chiefly rsispojjsibJf th-- 'i1-'1'1 position thv DoiniuK'H in "i-'; the eyes of the world today. This tmti position has bf-n attained 'bin by production oi articles on the farm, such as meats, live siock pro- duets, grain and fruit, all of which are jn constant demau'1 by :he mar tuts of ihe Old World. One of the essentials urniand'.-d by these markets quality, and it is an eiicouragin? circumstance that the .Minister of Agriculture has taken steps to influence not only increased production on farms, ranches and or- chards, but better quality of all pro-1 tr'CTs ducts as a resui; of which policy, i jjift demand for Canadian farm pro-' dticts is on the incroast-. iho -foresaw thf necessity for a mt-a; inspection ser- vice in Canada. witft th- in- spiring incivas-'-d confidence in the quality of Canadian live stock pro- ducts abroad. Investigation had prov- ed that while the conditions in our abattoirs and packing houses wen- it advisable to pass an ror the inspection of meats and fruits, which was thilv everyone seems fo be on a l-'Vi-J. %vhe- ihrr a man has or not; and there is such a feeling of It i> also rt healthy country. "This lown is growing fast. IT has doubled its population sine- w.- came and .-very trad- lu's a union. Th--- Trades and Labor Council r.-cu- latrs the hours worked and the waur-s puid. Tli- city laborius: men get 10s. a day, Theje about peopi-1 in this town, mad.'- up "i all Japanese. Ke'l; Indians, and from th- pp'Vinrr- of Alhrrta by .thoiisaiid? and is any aTii'Min: of 11 builr. Thnv- .-ir- in O'.'1-y. but big ;.f ;h- providi- for the and col-1 tin- such debentures. j WHEttKAS it is deeiiK-d advisable j to construct a new" Main Sewer in i tiie southern portion of the eity and j i to a new boiler and make i -certain extension? to th- IIM.-S for I thf transmission eleet-rieity power and the eity.! and also to develop a certain coal i O.-UIM adjacent to the-City's power! iuiuse for the supply to be i used in connection with the City's 'waterworks antl the timated cost of such works being twenty-eight dollars WHEKKAS it is deem, d vUabU- t" raise by way of loan the ereciit of the said City "f Lein-. bridge thi- said ?um of dollars AND WHEKKAS i: is that the said bt.ar int-'n-st at sueii rate not oxeeed tin- rat'.- tiv- per Cftiturn per anrnim per; I't'tit. p.a.) as the tuny by; liy-ia-.v iu-n-ina-it-r deteniun.-. t-- be- half yearly, and the said prin-! cipnl sum IVenty-eigiit th'Htsand dollars be paid ai the expiration of thirty years ironi tin- date this Bylaw raking -ff. AND WHEREAS "f i rateable profv-rty in 1 arcordiifj- t- FARM LANDS in the [ABRIDGE DISTRICT arc rapidly v.-.hu1. advancing iu Our record of .-ales show.- it. The tremendous demand for WHEAT LANDS it. Our advio i- to buy now. Don't wait until the price hn? increas-''d from to pi-r acre. Hatch Coons FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY Phone J59 Oliver Block Fag'g'ed Out? Just iff cr.c bottle of NYAL'S HYPOPHOSPHITES. You will feel like a new person after a few doses and the after taking one bottle are truly w onderful. Strengthens, invigorates, restores your appetite and energy. Price at PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE NORTH WARD W.P.J. ALEXANDER, Phone 445 Prescription Specialist. Night Bell Graduate Druggist and Optician. PROFESSIONAL CARDS la life ir. thi-: urr-.'u-inc Tiiric two theatres, and two AND the j.inonTii Th.'! existins: d.'bt cf tlie City ...f Hi; Saturday Th.nv- is am to -ee- unen: is far in tui-j tTnitiviits. :ind rhat-; e i-lfp'HiIlc. ivllidl in the place L-th- ivnt is rhr sum of ii'1' instalment of principal i'ltor- thereof bi'iiiir in arn-ars. AND WHJ3REAS :h- re.-jhetive amounts required t.> rnis'.-d THI ally by spi-oial ratf during th-1 e-.irr.'-nc.v the jTrfyir.L' the int'-r-." (hi fonr.inL' a sinking f'jifl f-.-r tin- jKiyni'-fit if fhr- debt bv the j a i! Monday' n thinur iji v.-riich the AlLcrta g-.-vr-nuni-r vaT-c..- of other is in t" the i- i.- ii) iit-M-iy r.-vt.-ry h'-ii Th-.-y ar.-- taking -he- '.elejiji-ine to til-1, all tJu- funmiif: district.-.- They pushed the .Miller-' Kiirht Hour bill, and :ho soverruti-ent has I ?onie of the finest schoo] buildings i riii- Then- is nor ai .-cho-t! in OtJ.-y or in any of cfinipur- -with any ..f i Another lint- buildinc is the hall, which is fitted up with the latest, improvomonts. Ther- an' i of defraying the cost men, ;vho psid atructinjr a Jfnin "eacli, and who tire always if? be ready. Thtn- have fine rooms t-o sl-'-ep in." NOW THERRFOKI-; THE MAYOR AND rot-NCR. oF THK C'lTY OF LKTHBK1DGE KNACI AS 1. h siial! .--Mid may be Uiwfnl thi- Gmucii tu raLs.: tin-. s-urn southern, portion for securing :i Certain J the lines fur i" c-.m- in rhi- >t the Ciiy and new boiler and ex-tension? in the trans- it nd ruissiun "f for liirht- tho City and Hlso a certain coal scam the City's, power liousr- tilt- (if ot.al to b-'- usc-d in witli tht> Ciry's wutv-rworfcs power plant. That Dobeutures be is-ued for tho sum of thoiisami TO EXPERIMENT WfTH PEAT Ottawa. goVenmir.-m in'.j.-tccnt tu has b-.-u'uu MII station for peat. is situated on I the eJiuT-hern outskirts of city! and thu first oxporimctus will .with ipeat blocks manufactured at [dollars to he paynblr: at! acted by parliament. This act" has vifn-d, Ont where thorr- an of thirty from' only boon in a short and f neat 'hoc. This' with approval of tho pack- i, und.r ,ho care of maffi'! The. result is that the Haln.-r. Dominion superintend-! pie ther.-.r.f. -Tint in nil TO f-xcr-ed approved" has become of and i A Whituey Block. A. Macdocald Block, Bedpati, Lethbridge Altm. Lethbridge. Lethbridfe' OflSeef I- E. contractor. gp rhi cations. Office ware. Phone 302. LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA, No. 293, Sons of [oglafid Beoefit Society Meets in tbe Oddfedllowg' every first aad third Wednesday the ujonth at d p.m. Pot full particulars apply W. J. Wade. Fred T. W. President. 8ec.. Box 67. Imperial Bank of Canada HEAD Capital Up D. R, WILKIE President HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY Acoountfl of Municipalities. Merehanta, and Prirate 0 9 f i i i i i> ii ii i1 i1 NOB it given to Barings Bank AooounU. .DepotiU of fl.OO and upwardi received mud inter- eat allowed at current rate froqi date of depoait. _ (.ETHBRIDQC W. R. SCATLE, fHnnamr, Block, Round St., betide Bentley'a Btow. Meets lat and "ird M o n d ays in K. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting orethren are cordially iuvited. a. A8HCROFT, W.P. GUI NEIDIG, W.B. GEORGE J bmlder. Estimates free. BeasirirJ and aerations a speciahy. Tefil porary oiftce City Bakery, Ford or Box 355, City. J. H. man and contractor. cheermlly given. If you want see our new ideas in Iet us show you. They won't cost yl anything. Address Lethbridse fl WILLIAM WATTS-Builder and d tractor, prepared to give mates free of cost on all work in the building trade repairs, alterations, Ac. Box Lethbndge. IERBERT RAMSDEN-Contractor? foundations, concrete walks, menta and all kinds of eonci work. Terms reasonable. E mates cheerfully, given. Apply 5 630. City. j- f .F. I A.M., O.H.A. Lt-th bridge Lodge Regular meeting night, the third Thursday oi each mouth in tbe Misoiuc Hall. P. O. Block, at g p.m. Visiting brethren will at. receive a hearty welcome. A. C. Mower. W.M. G. V. Storkey. SecreUry. P. 0. Box M7. Woodnenof Lethbridge Camp No. tj Meeta in the Hall fourth montti. Viiiting Mlfhbon will receive a heartf weleomi. dflor. 0. L. OriflHb; Btaker, W. A Okrk. H. W. and bu er. Special attention to rei: work. Office and residence St. Box Carmangay Stane gi building sandstone in Alberta. meat dealers. Concrete e vating contractors. 'See Mclnt Bailey A Co., Carmangay." it UNDERTAKING ADOISON Or and The o. establwhed baiinew in 108 and 91 Crabb St. Parlors open and night. T. t, FETTERLY-FUNCHAL RECTOR AND EMftAlMtft- ritfec and nen ta to date. Panoni opfocite ire Open day and night. P., 0. 4M. ;