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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 16, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta PUii�rt^lllNHDGE ir-uw NO m. I A 4. -.1.  Af,'By;-lttvV- lo p/ovitlj ItiV tilt SU4� niiteCl�4lt- by tlic City of LctlibiiUge of 'able in respect of said deboiirturo stock, whethei' for principal pr interest, as the same shall h^c(^no due, and an agreement entered' into by Mie said Medicine Hoit Woollen Mills wiUi liie Mayor and,; Council ^of the City of Ixjtli-brfitlgio, '\vlier�Jby the .said Mayor an�l Council of the City of Lethbridge. ' arc constituted trustees of and for j �the holders of sui'd -doljcnture s'tock, \\ihic4i agP0cuit>ut shall be collateral to and be i:ousi>dcrud -an attavbed to the said trust ticed or deoda, and s^all contain, in oc)dit/ion to ) That so long as any of Unsaid deljcnture stock or any intcrosi thereon shall remain unpaid, the said Medicine Hat WooUon Mills, togeMier with all plant and ntachinery opi�r-taining tiiereto, shall be maintauu-d in the City of Letlihr^dge, and no industry similar in its nature shall be carried on by the Company so lonjf us any of such debenture stock re-motins'unpaid at any other place, unless the plant of the said Woollon Mills within the City of Lethbridge, is at such time being operated to the full extent of ita capacity. ; (c) - That the Medicine Hut Woollen ^ Mills ab�U on or befoi� tho ^st day of September in each j-eer deposit � with ~ tiie City ao amount aufflcicnt ^ to meet all paymeoita due during said I year for prlnoipal or iotereat in re-I speot of; aucb dehenture stock, f The Mayor and Secretary-Trean-urer of ibie City be authoriased to sign on behalf of the City, and affix its Coriioiwt* Seal to a guaran  ice on the face of debsoture stock to be Issued by the MeOicine Hxi Woollen Mills in pursuaooe of said trust deedor: 'deeds to as amount not exceeding $40,000.00 hearing interest at a rate not exceeding 5 per centum per annum which such de-lienturo stock shtii. . Tho votes of the l)urgw>a>s for or against this By-law shall be taken at the Council Ohamlwr in the City of L�lhbridgc on Twenty-fourth day of Aiisu�t. \.V.. 1906, Ijotwpon 4ho hours of nini? o'clock in the foroiioon nnd five o'clock in thi? afternoon 0. The 20th day of August. 190(5. at tJic hour of (8.30) eight thirty in the afternn at the Council Chamber in tho City of Lcthbrtdgr is hcroby fixed as the time and plac for the appointment of persons to attend at t4ic polling place and at the fmal summing up of the vote" hy tho ."l!ecrptar>-Tma.suror on be half of the persons respectively interested in promoting or opposing the pa.osinR' of tho bylaw. 7. The Screlary-Trpasurer- shall on Sntupduy the 2i'lh day of Aug-A.l>.. 190(? nt elp Council Chamber in the City of Tjethbridge, C. B. BOWMAN, Secretary-Treiftir r. BY'UW 110221. A Bylaw to provide for .certain exemptions and privileges to be given to the Ellison Milling and Elevator Company Umited for the purpose of securing the establishment .within the City of Lethbridge of the buaineas of the said Company. AVHEREAS it is deemed expedient in the interests of the City of Leth-I bridge, that there should b� estao-lished in the said City a firm or corporation for the purpo.se of carrying on at Lethbridge the business of millers and grain warehousemen. ANU WHEREAS it has been agreed between the City and jEphriam I*. EUlison, Trustee for the EUlifoa Milling and Elevator Company, Limited, that in consideration of certain exemptions from taxation to be given, and of certain rates to be fixed for the supply Of water, the said Ellison Milling and Elevator Company Limited shall enter into r.u agreement setting forth the tenuN upon which said exemptions and special rates or rebates shall In: given. AND WHERE^VS thia bylaw is to take eilect on the Fourth day of September, A. D.. 1906. Therefore the Mayor and Council of the City of Lethbridge enact aa follows: It. X. That this bylaw shall take effect on the Fourth day of September 1906. 2. That the Mayor and Council of the City of Lethbridge will grant to the Ellison Milling and Elevator Company Limited, exemption by the Municipality from taxation (whether In respect of municipal, school, or other taxes, rates or assessments, other than local improvement taxes, and local Improvement assessments) lor a term of fifteen years from the coming into effect of this bylaw, upon all real and personal property of the SRiil Company, together with the milling, elevator, grain and ftour business ond businesHes usually or necessarily incidental thereto to be carried on by tho said Company and upon all earnings or income to be derived by the said Company from such mills and elevator, but subject to the covenants to !>� contained in an agreenMmt between the City and the said Company as hereinafter set foKh. a. That upon the passing, of this bylaw the Mayor and Council of the City of Lethbridge are hereby auth ery of such agreement execute and deliver to the Cit.v a bond for the sum of one thotiaand dollara. with a natlsfaetorr �urety or sureties, whieh bond shall be conditioned for the per- cnanta and agreomcnta.tberc.n catered into to erect and cArry 16 completion tho mill referred to in paragraph (c) hereof. (b) ,-000.00 and with a Memorandum of Association authorising the Company to conduct the business among other businesses of milling anil grain warehousemen, and fixing the Company's registered oflice in tho City of Lethbridge. (c) On tho part of tho Company that it shall on or before the 3l8i day of December, 1907, erect within the limits of tho City of Lethbridge and carry to completion a flour mill, having a capacity of at least 150 barrels during every 84 hours, and upon it so erecting and carrying to completion the said mill, tho bond referred to in paragraph (a) hereof shall be delivered up to the Com -pany to be cancelled. (d) On tho part of tho City that it will grant to the Company total exemption from taxation by the City (whether in respect of munic -ipal, school, or other taxes, rates or assessments, other than local improvement taxes and local improve -ment assessuMnts) for a term of fif -teen years from the coming into ci-feet of this bylaw upon all real and personal property ot the said Company, together with the milling, elevator, grain or flour business or businessea usually or neceiaarily incidental thereto carried on by tho said Company, and upon all earnings and income to be derived by the said Company from such milling, elevator or other business or businesses, or any such property as aforesaid. e) On the part of the City that It will during the whole period of exemption from taxation referred to in this bylaw, whether tor the term of fifteen years above mentioned or any subsequent term for which exemption may pursuant to such agree-1 ment be granted, sup|tly to the Company at all times such water as the Company may require 101* the purposes of its business at a rate not higher than any rate at which water is now or may from time to time hereafter be by the said City sup plied 6r given to any business or industrial enterprise within the City (excluding any railway Company with which the City may have a-greed and which the City shall n-gre� hereafter to supply water for railway purposes) and that the rate to be charged by the City for any water to be supplied to the Company during any period of exemption as herein set out; shall not in any event exceed the sum of eight cents per thouaand gallons. (f) On the part of the City that the Company shall at all tiiiM's dur -ing any period in which it shall lie entitled to an exemption from taxation hereunder^ have the right to take and use without charge any surplus water that may lie conveyed to and be the property of the City of Lethbridge through any irrigation ditch, ditches or" canals provided that the Company shall not be en-title actua'l amount Rxpendod by it for boring ^tich gas wetl^; and it is doomed expedient that such olYer sliould be acceptocl. AND WHEREAS in the event ol ("gas being discovered it vill bo hcc-y of a proposol By-law, which has Ii0cur gcsscs wlM be taken upon the pro-|iosod By-law on the Twenty-four)h tlay of August, \. D., 1900, iMtween nine a. m.osed By-law. which has been introducod and which may be finally passed by the Council (in the event of the consent of the burgesses belag obtained thereto) after one month from the second day of August. A. D.. 1900. being the date of the first publication thereof ia the "Lethbridge Herald" and that the votes of the burgesses will be taken upon the. pro> posed By-law on the Twonty-fourth day of August. A. D.. 1906. betwee! Council Chamber in the City oi Lethbridge, C. B. BOWMAN, Secretary-Treasurer.. BY'UWN0222. A By-law to provide foi boring for natural gaa within the City of lethbridge, and for the aoquiait-ion by the City of the machinery and athur property of the Lethbridge Electric Company. Ltd., anj^ 'or raising such monica aa 'may he necessary for such purpose and for the distribution of gas it discovered upon the credit of th� City of Leth-briidgo. WHEREAS it is deemed advisable in the interests of the City to en-vieavor to a.scortai.n n-bethor nat  ural gas exists thereunder, and if gas is -discoverod to eatabti�h a gn'a plant and distribute gas as a public utility and incMentaliy thereto to acquire and take over the plant and property of the LothbridgB Electric Company, Limited. AND WHEREAS the Lothlwidge EkMJtric Company Lirautod haa offered itself to boro for gias under the suporvieion of the Council, and if gas should bo discovered to turn the gas well over to the city, together with all its plant, machinery and real estate in consideration jijf^ho pay mont to it by the City or'at,^m equal to the capital atock'of the Company actually subscribed aftd suod and tho outstanding debimturc debt of tho. Company with � pmn -lum of ten per cent on tho amount Paid on wioli stock (which at the date hereof is in all'.tbe sum of $76i-971.26) ami equal Itv^additihn to the amount of the not jtroAta which shall have accrued to the Company be-grant or agree to I twcen the date of auch aale �! the fnrnunra .Am. ' ' * . n'-"v "B"T i." '^"i^u tiw ime oi mien saie ana mc mo lime anil pioco lor tne ap| formancebjrthB�oropany olthacoT- grant to any person, firm or corpor-'lnst preceding annual mc�tin� ol tho' ment of persons to attend at or than cash and debts or accounts owing to the Company, for a s1im-equal to the capital slock of the Company actually subscribed and issued at tho date of such sale, and the then outstanding debenture debt of the Company with a preniium o; ten per cent on the amount paid on such capital stock, which at the date hereof is in all the sum of $76,071.26 and for a sum in addition equal to the amount of the net profits which-shall have accrued to the Company between the date of such sale and the last preceding annual statement of the Company, and on the part of the City that it will in the oveht of gas being discovered pay to the Lethbrid{{e Electric Company, Ltd., the..said sums for its {ilant. niachin ery and property as above mcntioned;;| and will further repay to it hll such monies as shall have been expended by it, the Letnbridgc Electric Company. Ltd.. in and about Iwring for gas, including the cost of proisuring any rigs or other apiiliances neces -sary for such purpose. 3.. The Mayor and Council, > for the purpose aforesaid, as well aa for the conatruction pf the gas plant and the distribution of; goa. may borrow on the credit, oif the City the sum of $120,000 and may from time to time AS monies for any of such purposes ma.v be required, issue do -benturcs of the City in sums of not less than $100,00 each, so that the total value of debentures so issueil shall not in all exceed $120,000, repayable within forty years from tho date on which this bylaw takes effect, with Interest at the rate of four and one half per cent per annum payable annually in such manner tiiiiat each instalment of principal and interest shall be as nearly as possible equal in each year of the period during which the deiicntures are to nm. 4. During the forty years next'au&> ceeding the date of this bylaw coming into effect an annual rate ahall bo charged and levied against all rateable property within t^e City sufficient to produce the amount an* nimlly required for the purpose of payment of principal and interest on tho above debentures; but if in any year at the time when the rates are inipoMHl the Council shall have on hand to the credit of the City and available for tho purpose a sum of money sufficient to meet the'payment to be made in such year on said debentures it ntay by resolution appropriate such sump to said purpose and.. in. siich case the charging, and levying of said annual rate for such year shall not be required. 5. The yotea. of the biirgessos for or against this bylaw shall be taken at'the/.C!ouncil Chamber in the City of Lsthbridge on the Twenty-fourth day of': Aiigtift a1; D., 'l9O0. between the hblirs of hin!thbridge, is of a moat kindly and co-operative nature. They will be lenient in the matter of taxation and generous in regard to water and light. In fact, there is a great opea-ing here right now. for manufacturers of every kind of material. Such conditions will not long remain at Lethbridge. Every day sees new comers eager to take root in the thriving place. It will be no time before natural gas ia developed hei-j. ^uinmcd up, here are, l^thtoridgo's advaiitagoa: liow price coal and plenty "of it, ctoao probability of op> erative:.rnatural gas; the cattle pro  ducts indigenous to a cattle country raw material (or the manafacture of wood products (easily brought here from British Columbia ) opportunities. Just at present, for a woolen mill, tannery, a shoe factory, and a packing house. One might odd'-good boarding house facilities. A furniture factory yoiild dogreat business at Lethbridge. Why? Be cause such a factory is needed here and. because fuel is cheap her* ard Vancouver Is tho nearest plaee where fumitiire is manufactured for the .Lethbridge prairie section. Freight, is high, the Lethbridge mamifactur-ir woiildihave a largo percentage in bin favor, for ho can bring in ooast lun^ ber, cedar:-the best in the. world-oak, nmhogany, rbscwooit and; other woods; and freight on raw material is not high. Lethbridge, aside from mini�g and manufacturing, lies in the heart of a well irrigated wheat iHilt. Great i^ it for Winter Wheat. Mure than two-thirds uf the entinj wheat crop fur' 1905 was grown withiii ninety mil'M. of LuthbridgL-per ofllciul report. Sugar iHiets are raised in this dj.s-trict in vast ipiantities. Raymond'.s sugar factory atisorl.s the great beut crops of the region. There ore iiv � well-kept Indian reservations ncui-tho city; there are handsomo hou.sos and many banks. Financially, Lctli -bridge is strong. The Hudson's ihiy Compan.v is putting up a fine, new. and commodious store. The city's prosperity is so apparent that ... ho who runs may read. And now to lighter things: Tin; Chinook Club of I.cthbridgc, opened its doors- oml uncommonly hand-sonic doors they were-to ladies, for tho first time in the club's history, when the women journalists invad"d that ambitious Western city. It a'is a notable reception. With tho exception of the bands which met t h.rido-in Canad.i, and in her old and dear Motlior. And then ivhat hapiiened? "Fran-coiso" Miss Barry, of Montreal, giit-ed and lovely woman, brilliant and sparkling and sinccro and kind!s!>oke to us on tho part of proud Quebec. Old France! Anil every woman , of tho Press Club felt honored in having her for their vice-president. Then came Miss Walliue, "Joan," of the Halifax Mail, a cbarin:ng and cultured woman, who spoke feelingly of her "kingdom hy the sea." One felt in that moment tho wonder of Canada! Agnes Deans Cameron, star speaker, and most charming and lender 01 women, from Victoria, B. C, linked hands, os it were, with 'Fran-coisc,' of Quebec, who again reached friendly fingers toward "Joan," of Halifax. Tho Pacific to the Atlantic, greeting! And the great unitcr of all, the Canadian Pacific Railway!' "Oft in the stilly night," sang the soft voices of Lcthbridge's musical girls, and one fell a-dreaming. It was only a room somewhere, and, a big man lying on the'sofa and listening to the sweetest voice in all the world for him singing; and two little girls somewhere in dark sov-ners. Only father and mother, in tho old Irish house. Hut the echoes! tho ntcmorics! "Oft in the stilly nlRht f Ere slumlier's chains have l>ound me. Sad memories bring the light or other days around me." "The light of other days!" How it made sunrise in that crowded room at the Chinook Club at Lethbridge! Tho kind girls, who were singing so softly, so gentle, so-^plercingly, little knew how one Irish heart was waking to old, and exquisite, and childish memories; how it v as aish -ing for the "Touch of a vanished hand And the sound of a voice that is still."* Then came a violin solo, and {a girl's voice singing Ncvin's lovely "Night of a Thousand SUrs"-i^d "Killarney." and "I'll Sing Thifee Songs of Araqy." What an cveniii of culture and music it was to hungry travellers! I see it ns I write; tho pretty rooms, the piano, ^hc brilliant woman who was playing'so softly .vet brilliantly, the clustej of girls about her; the clubmen, cfnr hosts, everywhere, making us wsl * come; the long bright supper-room where the dainties were-T.the wliole big, waint welcome!, Dear Ijethbridgu Dear and kind and cultured men and women with the big hearts, the warm welcome! There are to words--- ^ Idtng after midnight a wide circle formed at foot of the depitrtlhg train. All the club turned out (or thai toiiching moonlight fareWoll. We held hands and sang collegesoii^ old ballads coon lilts-everythi%. "Old Land Syne," with cro^ hands, (eelingly; "Jolly Good ' Foi-lows,'' heartil.v-and the ''Maiplo Leaf" (Ood love it!) with aU tho \'lm that wns in us. Then It wiis "Oood-bye Lethbridge!:' "gottig East," sighed an Ontario girl- And the lights of I^othhridge fadetl. flot a 5 cent box of Lax-ets at our store phwiie. We think they are great. ^ Juat test these tooAhsoine, eand.v-like Lf xailvo Tahletw for citin-stipation, sour stomach, bllJoufinasN, bad breoith, miMldy complexion, e^c. Risk 8 oeiiis and see. SoM by .1. P. l�fl�Rh�tlMm 4 Co. .... * ;