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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 16, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta H w LtTHBRIDCE. BY-LAW NO 220. the Medicine Hat Woollen Mills and available for tho purpose, or shall have evidence of iho annual pay  ment having bom made by the Company to the bond 'holders the charging and levying In such year of such rate shall not be required. �I. The words "Tho Medicine Hat ' Woollen Mills" whenever usud herein ' shall mean and incliklo (),� cor|K>r�t-ion now designated the "Mini lei no Hat Woollen Mills Co. Ltd." un-dor whatsoever name it may from time to tltno adopt or any other Company thait may Hereafter ac -quire Hs assets. 5. Tho votes of the burgess-s for or against this By-law shall be taken at the Council Ohamltor in the City of Lethbridgo on the Twenty-fourth day of August. A.ll, 1006. Ivetwoen the hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon nnd five o'clock in the afternoon 6. The 20th rlny of August. 1006. at tihe hour of (8..10) eight thirty in the afternoon nt the Council Chnm-twr in the City of Lethbridge is hereby fixed ns tire -time and plaC* for the oppoiiitinont of persons to attend at to ratification by Its burgesses, has agreed to guarantee such 'debenture stock on the terms hereinafter sot out. AND WHEREAS the amount of assessable property in Hie Olty according to the last revised assessment roll, Is $1,763,086.00 and the rate-j forested in promoting or opiwsing ablo proportion thereof is $ 1,6.10.- ' (bo pn.nsutvr- shall AMD WHEREAS the amount of j on Saturday tho 2.">lh day of Aug-existing debenture debt of tho City u.tt. AD, l�0a nt eleven oVlorV i�i is $153,120.00, of which noou of the j-tito forenoon at Hie Couticil Cham-principal or interest is in arrears; lmr of the City, "sum tip 'n'e number but under By-law No. 216 "the City 1 of votes for or oeainsf the hylaw is authorized to lssuo further doben-'and declare" tho result thereof, lures on watenvork. account for the ( PASSED IX COIN sum of $40,000.00 none of which said last mentioned debentures have boon issued. THEREFORE the Mayor and Coun-ii of the City of Lethbridge onaot .is follows: I. This By-lfw shall take effect on the Fourth day of September, A. D , 1906. unanis and agreements there.n entered Into to erect and carry to completion tho inlll referred to in paragraph (e) hereof. (b) Oh tho part of the Company, that Immediately after the appro*ai by the burgesses of the City of Letli-brldge and the passing by Ihu Cliy of a bylaw ratifying and conilrm ng the terms of such agreement it shall tttlon establishing or carrying on or interested in any industrial business within the City any preferential or favored treatment by way of bonus or otherwise including exemption from taxation or reduction in rate for the supply of water, gas, elec -trle.it,v or other public utility th?n that, tho City shall thereupon grant to the Company for tho remainder of procure incorporation in tho province i any term of exemption provided for j DOXE CJL THIS A. D 1906 day of Mayor. Socrotary-Treasur-;r NOTICE is hereby given that the above is a true ropy of n proposed Uy-law. which has been introduced 2. THAT so soon as the Industry [ and which may be finally passed by now carried on by tho Medtcfine Hat'tho Council (In the event of the con-Woollen Mills shall have been ro- ' nt of the burgesses being obtalno-l moved to the City of Lethbridge. thereto) after one month from the uikI all machinery now owned by it, ; second day of August. A. D.. 100A, together with any Uiot may have > i^ing tho date of the first publicat - lion thereof in the "Lotihbrklpe Her aid" and that the votes of the bur grates will J>e taken upon the pr.-pnsed By-law on the Twonty-fonrtl day of August. A. P.. 1006, between nine a. in. and five p. m. at the Council Chamlier in the City of lethbridgo. C. B. BOWMAX. Socreinry-Trev ur r. of Alborta under "The Companies Ordinance" under the mime of the KM Ison Milling and Elevator Company, Limited, If such name is avuilai !",-000.00 and with a Memorandum of Association authorising the Company to conduct the business among other businesses of milling and gruin warehousemen, and fixing tho Company's registered ollleo in tho Cltj of Lethbridge. (c) On tho part of tho Company that it shall on or before the 81st day of December, 1007, erect within tho limits of tho City of Lethbridge and curry to completion a dour mill, having a capacity of at least 150 barrels during every 21 hours, and upon it so erecting and carrying to completion tho said milt, tho bond referred to in paragraph (a) hereof shall be delivered up to tho Com -pany to be cancelled. (d) On tho part of the 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 assessments) for a term of fif teen years from the coming into ci-fect of this bylaw upon alt real and personal property of the said Company, together with the milling, elevator, grain or flour business or businesses usually or necessarily incidental thereto carried on by the 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. in such agreement nnd bylaw the same preferential or favored treatment In point of value but not necessarily In kind but so that the total value to the Company of the exemptions and privileges granted to the Company shall not by reason of such additional preferential or favored treatment exceed the value of the exemptions, privileges and favored treatment hereafter granted or agreed to bo grunted to any ono of such pot-sons, Arms or corporation. Provided always that tho City shall not bo bound to grant such bonus ex -emptton or concession unless the Company nt tho time of demanding tho same shall have a paid up capital equal to or greater than the amount paid up on tho capital of the person or corporation or equal to or greater than the money actually in vested in tho industrial business or businesses, receiving or having the right to receive sttch bonus, exemptions, privileges or concessions. (jT On the part of the City it will at any future tlmo upon the request of tho Company execute and deliver or cause to bo executed and del Wore I all agreements, instruments or as  surance that may be reasonably required by the Company for the purpose of securing to the Company the rights and privileges intended to be grunted to It by such agreement. 4. And that the Mayor and Secretary-Treasurer of the City of Lethbridge are hereby authorised and instructed to sign, seal with the corporate seal, and execute on behalf o the Municipal Corporation of th City of Lethbrldgo an agreement on the terms above set forth. Tho votes of the burgesses for Company , as the cost of >tho said plant, machinery and real estate and repayment to It of '('ho actual amount expended by it for bdrhtg such gas well, nnd it is deemed expedient that such offer should bo acoeptcM, AND WHEREAS In tho event of fgns being discovered It will bo necessary for tho purpose of uttillnlng the (-discovery to establish a gas plant and lay pi|>es for the distribution thereof throughout the City. AND WHEREAS it is estimated that the amount necessary for such purpose if gas Is discovered will be about $120,000.00 ami It is deemed expedient that the said sum of $120,000.00 being tho amount ol debt, intended to bo created or authorised by this bylaw, shall Iv secured by the issue of debentures spread over a |k�riod of forty years bearing Merest at the rate of four anil one half per centum per annum, payable annually. AND WHEREAS the amount of assessable property in tho City, according to the last revised assessment roll Is $1,762,086.00 and the rateable proportion thereof Is $1,6110,-686.00. AND WHEREAS the amount of the existing debenture debt of the City is $153,120.00 of which none ot the principal or interest is in nrrear. THEREFORE tho Mayor and Council of the City of lethbridge enact as follows: 1. This bylaw shall take effect on tho Fourth day of September, A.D. 1000. 2. The Mayor and Secretary Treasurer are hereby authorized to enter into and execute on Indmlf of the City an agreement with the Loth -bridgo Electric Company, Limited, wherein the said Lethbrldgo Electric Company, Ltd., shall covenant that it will within two months from the date thereof commence to boro a well for natural gas at some point j to be approved of by tho Mayor and Council, and shall continue such boring steadily nnd continuously under the supervision of the Council until polling place and at tho final summing tip of the votes by tho Secretary-Treawurer on behalf of the persons respectively Interested in promoting or opposing iho passing of tho bylaw. 7. The Secretary Treasurer shail on Saturday iho 25th day of August A. !>.. 1006, at tho hour of eleven o'clock In tho forenoon nt tho Council Chamber of the City sum up tne number of votes for or against the bylaw nnd declare tho result thereof, DONE AND l'ASSED IN COUN- CIL THIS D, 1906. day of A. Mayor. Sec rotary-Treasurer NOTICE is hereby given that tho above is a true copy of a propose J By-low, which has iHvn Introduced and which may be finally passed by tho Council (in the event of 'the consent of the burgesses ibeing oblainoJ thereto) after one motHh from the nocond day of August, A. D., 1006, licing tlie date of the first publicat -ion thereof in the "ljolhbridge Herald" and that the votes ot the bur gesso* will be taken upon the pro-iwsod By-law on the Twenty-fourth day ot August, A. I)., 1900, between nine a. in. and five p. in. at the Council Chamber In the City of Lethbridge, C. B. BOWMAN, Secretary-Treasurer. boeu subsequently acquired for the j purposo of the Woolleu Mills Indus -try shall be actually in poaition in tho City of Lethbrldgo and ready for operation, and a trust deed or trust ducds in the nature of a first mort  gage or mortgages shall have been given by the Modioine Hat Woollen Mills on all its property and assets, whalher real or personal, and wheresoever situate, to the City of Leth  bridge, to secure the punctual payment of all monies payable in respect of said debenture stock, wiiethor for principal or interest, as the same shall beeouio due, and an agreement cote red into by the huid Mwltcinj Jlat Woollen Mills with tho -Mayo: and Council "u( the City of I*;th -brtdgo, wheruliy ilio xiwi -Mayor and Council of tho lilj of lAHbhridge. are constituted trustoos of and for the holders ol surJ UoUjinuru Ktock. which ugreouiont shall bo collateral to uikI to coiiSHkroJ ;u> wttuchoU In tlie sukl trubt deed or douda, and shall contuiu, in uddition to tho us uul clauses contained in suoh trudl dwxls, tbu following special pro vis -ions, namely - (a) Tho Mayor and Council of tho Corporation of Lothbridge shall as such trustees be ontitlod to exercise voting privileges in roapect of the suid debenture stock pari passu with the most favored class of shareholders, as fully and eflectually as uny shareholder under the Com- BY-LAW NO 221. A Bylaw to provide for certain exemptions and privileges to be given to the Ellison Milling and Elevator Company Limited for the purpose of securing tho establishment within the City of Lethbrldgo of the business of the said Company. WHEREAS it is deemed expedient in the interests of the City of Lethbridge, that there should be cstao-lishod in tho said City a firm or corporation for the purpose of carrying on at lethbridge the business ot millers and gruin warehousemen. AND WHEREAS it has been agreed between the City and Ephriam 1*. Ellison, Trustee for tho Ellison Milling and Elevator Company, Limited, that in consideration of certain exemptions from taxation to be given, und of certain rates to lie Axed for tho supply of water, tho said Ellison Milling and Elevator Company Limited shall eater into an agreement setting forth tho tonus upon which pany's Memorandum or Articles of {said exemptions and special rates or Association would bo empowered to j rebates shall be giveu. do. j AND WHEREAS this bylaw is to it>) That so long as any of the i iH^0 ,nect on the Fourth day of Sep-suid  1. That this bylaw shall take effect on the Fourth Uuy of September l'joo. -V That the Mayor and Council ot I tho City of Lethbridge will grant to thereon shall remain unpaid, the said Medicine Hat Woollen Mills, together with all plant and machinery apt�'r mining thereto, shall bu maintained in utio City of Lfitl^ridgo, and no in dustry similar In its nature shall be carried on by the Company so Ion:; us any of such debenture stock remains unpaid at any other placo. un- tho Ellison Milling and Elevator less the plant of the sold Woollen [ Company Limited, exemption by the Mills within Uie City ol Lethbridge. j Municipality from taxation (whether is at such time being operated to ' i, reliIM,ct of municipal, school, or the full extent ol its capacity. i other (c) That the Medicine IloA WooUon 1 Mills shall on or before tho first day of September In each year deposit with the City am amount sufnolcni to meet all payment* due during said year for prlnolpal or Interest in respect of such debenture stock. The Mayor and Secretary-Treasurer of the City be authorized to taxes, rules or assessments, other than local Improvement taxes, and local improvement assessments) tor a term of fifteen years from the coming Into effect of this bylaw, upon all real and personal property of the �nnl Company, together with the milting, elevator, grain and Aour business und lmMnessoH usually or necessarily incidental thereto to be sign on behalf of the City, and af- | carried on by the sai.t Company and fix its Corporate Seal to a guarau tee on the faoo of debenture stock to ho Issued by the Medicine lit*. Woollen Mills in pursuance of said trust deed or deeds to an amount not exceeding $40,000.00 hearing interest at a rate not exceeding 5 par centum per annum which such debenture stock sh.ii ;..oad over a jierlod of twenty years, a portion thereof being repayable annually in such manner that each instalment of principal and Interest shall be a* nearly as possible equal in each yeur of the period during which suoh do l.\-law coming Into effect an annual rate shall bo charge-:! owl levird against all rateable property within th  CK.v sufficient to produce tho am-;;punt annually required for the pur-.pose of payment of principal nnd in-*J torest on the above debenture stork j| hut If In any year at the time when f, tho rates  are Imposed the Council i shall have ou hum) to the credit n! ST I; iemptlon from taxation referred to in ! this bylaw, whether for tho term of j fifteen years above mentioned or any sulisequcnt term for which exemption may pursuant to such agreement be granted, supply to the Company at all times such water as the Company may require for 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 tho said City sup plied or 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 shult a-grce hereafter to supply water for railway purposes) and that tho rate to be charged by tho City for any water to be supplied to tho Company during any period of exemption as herein set out; shall not In any event exceed the sum of eight cents per thousand gallons. (f) On the part of the City that the Company shall ut all times during any period in which it shall Ih-entttled to an exemption from taxation hereunder, have tlie right to take and use without charge any surplus water that may lie convoyed to and lie the property of the City of Lethbrldgo through any irrigation ditch, ditches or canals providod that the Company shall not bo entitled to use the said water until tho City shall have taken from tho suid flitches or canals or any of them such water as may bo required by the City for the purposes sot nut in By-law No. 107, and such water as the citiiens of the said City shall be entitled to and shall desire to use for irrigation purposes under such by-law. (g) On the part of the City that during any period of exemption from taxation to which it shall be entitled hereunder, the company shall for the purpose of its business and without charge therefor, have free and un-ln -terrupted access to and tho uso of any natural reservoir or water site the property of the City, and supplied by water from an irrigation system, and any surface or irrigation water therein contained within the City of Lethbridge. (h) On the part of the City, that should the Company enlarge its said mill or construct another mill so that the said new or enlarged mill shall have a total capacity of at least 500 barrels per 24 hours, or should tho Company during the said term of fifteen years erect a mill ad- in> | dillonal to that first above referred from! to. so that the original and addit -ional mill together shall have a capacity ot at least BOO barrols per 21 hours, then that tho City will grant to tho Company total exemption from taxation by the Municipality (whether in respect of municipal, school or other taxes, rates or assessments, other than local improvement taxes and local improvement assessments) for and during an additional period of Ave years to commence on tho 31st day of Decemlier. 1093 and to determine on tho SMst day of December, 1027. (i) On tho part of tho City, that in consideration of tho Company erecting and carrying to completion within the period mentioned nnd specified therein tho mill referred to. in paragraph (c) hereof if at any time during any period in which tho Company shall he entitled to oxemp > tlon from taxation under this bylaw, or any agreement horeln referred to, the City shall grant or agree to or corpor- "KIT'UKED US ThtoCHytkUaSti tost Frtm A Omr Writer. "Kit" in the Toronto Mall and Empire. Late one afternoon we steamed into Lethbridge. A city of great lit,  portnnce, for it in tho rail aw and commercial centre of Southern Ai borta nnd the ad joining portion of British Columbia. It is a i 'luarlr. ably beautiful city of wide nir.>!li and noble buildings, nnd imp.v-ond deeply upon it is that note of ;hj*  iwrity which today resounds nnd vibrates throughout our Canadian West-"The lust West". Before 1 come to tho warm and delightful roof of Lethbridgo and her resources, her the afternoon at the Council Cham- vey to the City, all plant, machinery I ambitions, her leaps towards comber in the City is hereby Axed as the'real estate, buildings, wires, poles, j mcrcinl and industrial success ntWst time and place for the appointment of persons to attend nt the polling 1 place and at the final summing up of tho votes by the Secretury-Treos- ( urer on ls-half of the persons res|�cet- : owing to the Company, for ively interested in promoting or op- iequal lo the capital slock e) On tho part of the City that u 1 or llgrtinst th|s bylaw shall be taken | a depth of 2.000 feet shall have will during tho whole period of ex-; u(_ lh(J Coiinc|I t'huml>or in the City of Lethbridge on the 21th day of been reached, or until tho-sum ot ten thousand dollars shall have lieen ex-August, A. D.. 1006, between the ponded, or until such a flow of gas hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon shall have lieen secured as in the and five o'clock in the afternoon. , opinion of the Council shall Ik- suf- i ccption which the press woman 6. The 20th day of August, A. D. lieicnt und that in the event of gas ; Canada mot with here, the story 1006, at the hour of eighl thirty in I being discovered it will sell nnd convey to the City, all plant, machinery posing the passing of the bylaw. 7. Tho Secretary Treasurer shall on Saturday the 25th day of August A. D.. 1006. at the hour of eleven in the forenoon at the Council Chamber of the City of Lethbridge sum up tho numtior of votes for or against be related-though in summary fas  hlon. First as to" location:-The re -gion of which Lethbrldgo is the dis. tributing point, embraces a strip of territory extending from the international boundry northward to half Compuny actually subscribed unit is-i wav between the Crow's Nest l'uss property and appliances of every kind now belonging or appertain ng to its business of supplying electricity other than cash and debts or accounts a sum of the | sued at tho data of such sale, and i the then outstanding debenture debt | of the Compuny with a premium o. and the present muin line of the C. It. One hundred mites from north south it is, nnd three hundred tho bylaw thereof. and declare the result DOXE AND CIL THIS D.. 1006. l'ASSED IN day of COUX-A. Mayor. Secret ary-Tieasurcr NOTlCfc above is a true copy of a By-law, which has been introduced and which may bo Anally passed by tho Council (in the event of 'the consent of tho burgesses being obtained thereto) after ono month from the second day ot August, A. D.. 1900. being tho date of tho drst publicat  ion thereof in the "Lethbrldgo Herald" and that the votes of the burgesses will tx) taken upon the proposed By-law on the Twenty-fourth day of August, A. D., 1900, between nine a. m. ami Ave p. in. at �tv Council Chamber in the City ol Lethbridge, C. it. BOWMAX. Secretary-Treasurer. ton ]>er cent on the amount paid on (from east to west. In extent it Is such capital stock, which at the date j equal to three times the agricuttur- hcreof is in nil tho sum of $70,071.2o 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 tho part of the City that it will in the event of gas being discovered pay to tho Lethbridge Electric Company, Ltd.. is hereby given that tho ! l,,e snid sums for its plant, machln proposed [ ��">' nnd properly ns ubovc mentioned upon all earnings or income to derived by tho suid Company such mills and elevator, but subject to the covenants to 1st contained in an agreement between the City and the said Company as hereinafter set forth. a. That upon the passing, of this bylaw the Mayor and Council of the City of lethbridge are hereby authorized and empowered to enter into an agreement under seal with said Ephroim P. Ellison, Trustee for tho Ellison Milling and Elevator Company Limited, In this bylaw called "Tho Company," containing the obligations, stipulations and conditions on tho part of the said Company and of the City respectively hereinafter set forth:- (a) On tho part of the Company, that it shall, at or before, the delivery of such agreement oxecute and deliver to the City a bond for the sum of ono thotisand dollars, with a satisfactory surety or sureties, which bond shall be conditioned for the per- (............ ,.-..- - formance by the Company of the cot- grant to any person, firm BY-LAW NO 222. A By-law to provide tot boring for natural gaa within the City of Letbbrfcige, and for the acquisition by tho City of the machinery and uuhur proiHirty of the Lethbridge Electric Company, Ltd., and for raising such monies as may he necessary for such purpose and for the distribution of gas it discovered upon tho credit of tho City of Loth-bridge. WHEREAS it is deemed advisable in tho interests of tho City to endeavor to ascertain whether nut  ural gas exists thereunder, and if gns is discovered to e�tubiiwl> a K&* plant and distribute gas as a public utility and incidentally thereto to acquire und take over tho plant and property of tho Lethbridge Electric Company, Limited. AND WHEREAS the Lethbridge Eksjtrlc Company Limited has offered itself to boro for gas under the sui>ervision ot the Council, and if Kas should bo discovered to turn the gas well over to tho city, together with all its plant, machinery and roul estuto in consideration fit 'the pay uwirt to it by tho City of>- �u>n equal to tho capital stock of the Company actually subscribed and Issued and tho outstanding debenturo dobt of the Company with a prem -ium of ten per cont on tho " amount Pa'd on Miieli stock (which ai the date hereof is in all tho sum of $76.-071.26) and equal In'addition to the amount of the net profits which shall have accrued to tho Company between the date of such sale and the Inst preceding annual meeting ol tho und will further repay to it nil such monies as shut I have bean expended by It, tho Letnbrldgo Electric Company, Ltd., in and about lairing for gas. including the cost of procuring any rigs or other appliances ncces -sary for such purpose. a. Tho Mayor and Council, for the purpose aforesaid, as well as for the construction of tho gas plant and the distribution ot gas. may borrow on the credit of tho City tho sum ot $120,000 and may from time lo time as monies for any of such purposes may bo required, issue do  bentures of tho City in sums of not less than $100.00 each, so that tho total value of debentures so Issued shall not in all exceed $120,000, repayable within forty years from tho dato on which this bylaw takes effect, with Interest at the rato of four and ono half per cent per annum payable annually in such manner that each instalment of principal and interest shall bo as nearly as post-ible equal in each year of the period during whlcti the detientures are to run. 4. During tho forty years next succeeding tlie date of this bylaw coining into effect an annual rato shall bo charged .and levied against all rateable properly within tho City sufficient to produce tho amount annually required fur the purpose ot payment of principal and interest on tho above debentures; but if in any year at the time whon tho rates are imposed tho Council shall have on hand to tho credit of tho City und available for tho purpose a sum of money sufficient to meet tho payment to be made In such year on said debentures it may by resolution appropriate such sums to said purpose and in such case the charging and levying of said annual rato for such year shall not lie required. 5. The votes of the burgesses for or against this bylaw shall l>e taken at the Council Chamber in tho Oily of Lethbrldgo on the Twenty-fourth day of August A. 1)., 1006, between the hours of nine o'clock in tho forenoon and five o'clock in tho after noon. 6. The flOth day of August, A. h. 1900 at tho hour of eight thirty in the afternoon at tho Council Chamber in the City, is hereby fixed as tho time and place for tho appointment of persons to attend at tho nl area of Manitoba, while no region in Xorth America is richer than it in natural resources per square mile Hero irrigation has boon worked out to a practical success; here are the great coal mines; hero coal is cheap, about stf.OU a ton. Tho mines are ojK-ialed by tho Alberta Railway and irrigation Compuny, which is u wealthy English concern that came into this country some years ago, uad went uu developing not ouly coal mining, but railroading and irrigation. Messrs. Naism.th and Ma-graih uru iho olllccrs in charge of liils largo concern. They tell you "tho supply of Lethbridgo coal will bo ample for a long lime to come, and thut the company's railway system take this coat out iu the interest of the public; the company persevered in building up this railway system until it came to bo recognised by tho other great railways of the West. No tloubt could exist for a mom  ent in tho mind of any visitor who saw lethbrldgo with keen vision but that it will very soon be one of the foremost manufacturing centres of our great West. The presence of coal ami accessibility ot raw material makes manufacturing enterprises suro of success. The attitude of the Hoard of Trade hero toward manufacturers who are inclined to locate ut, lethbridge, is of a most kindly and co-operative nature. They will bo lenient in the matter of taxation and generous in regard to water and light. In fact, there is a grant opening hero right now, for manufacturers of every kind of material. Hitch conditions will not long remain at lethbridge. Every day sees new comers eager to lako root in the thriving place, it will be no tine before natural gas is developed he. j. Summed up. here are Lethhridgo's advantages: Low prlco coal and plenty of it, close probability of operative natural gas; tho cattle pro -ducts indigenous to a cattle country raw material for the manufacture of wood products (easily brought here from British Columbia ) opportunities, just at prosent, for a woolen mill, tannery, a shoo factory, and a packing house. One might add "good hoarding house facilities. A furniture factory would do great business at lethbridgo. Why? Re eauso such a factory is noeded horo and bocauso fuel is cheap here and Vancouver is tho nearest place where furniture is manufactured for the lethbridgo prairie section. Freight is high, tho lethbridge manufacturer would have a largo percentage in his favor, for he can bring In coast luin-Iwr, cedar-tho best In the world-oak, mahogany, rosewood and other woods; and freight on raw material is not high, lethbridgo, asido from mining and manufacturing, lies In the heart of a well Irrigated wheat belt, tlrent is it for Winter Wheal. More than two-thirds of the cullce wheat crop tor' 1905 aas grown within ninety miles, of Lethbridge-per official report. Sugar beets are raised In this tils irlct in vast quantities. Raymond's sugar factory ahsorl.s tho great heel, crops of the region. There are tw > well-kept Indian reservations near tho city; there arc handsome hou*�s and many banks. Financially, leth -bridge is strong. Tho Hudson's Buy Company is putting up a line, new. and commodious store. Tho city's prosperity is so apparent that ho who runu may read. And now to lighter things: The Chinook Club of Lethbridgo, opened its doors- and uncommonly handsome doors they were-to ladles, for the first time in the club's history, when the women journalists invadcnod? "Fran-coiso" Miss Hurry, of Montreal, gifted and lovely woman, brilliant ami sparkling and sincere nnd kind!spoke to us on tho part of proud Quebec. Old France! Ami every woman . of tho I'ress Club felt honored iu having her for their vice-president. Then came Miss Wallace, ".loan," of tho Halifax Mail, u charming and cultured woman, who spoke feelingly of her "kingdom by the sea." One felt in that moment the wonder of Canada! Agnes Deans Cameron, star speaker, and most charming ami '.en-dor of women, from Victoria, It. '.. linked hands, us it were, with 'Fran coiso,' of Quebec, who again reached friendly fingers toward "Joan." of Halifax. Tho Pacific to the Atlantic, greeting! And the great uniter of all. the Canadian Pacific Railway! "Oft In the stilly night." sang the soft voices of lethbrldge's muslml girls, nnd one fell a-ound lite, Sad memories bring tho light Of othor days around nv\" "Tho light of other days;" Jlow ii made sunrise In that crowded room ut tho Chinook Club ut Lulhbrldgol Tho kind girls, who wore singing so softly, so genii*, so-plorcingly, little know how ono Irish heart was waking to old, and exquisite, and childish memories; how it vus aching for Iho "Touch of a vanished hand And Iho sound of a voice still."' that Then camo a violin solo, and a girl's voice singing Novin's lovely "Night of a Thousand Stars"-and "Killarney," and "I'll Sing Thns; Hongs of Araqy." What an ovenin of culture und music it was to hungry travellers! I see it as I write; tho pretty rooms, the piano, the brilliant woman who was playing so softly yet brilliantly, the cluster of girls about her; tho clubmen, our hosts, everywhere, making us wel  come; tho long bright supper-room where tho dainties were-tho whole big, warm welcome!, Dour lethbridgo Dour and kind and cultured men and women with tho big hearts, the warm welcome! There are i o words-......     Long after midnight a wide circle formed at foot of tho departing train. All tho club turned out for that touching moonlight furewell. We held hands and sang collegesnngs old ballads coon lilts-everything. "Old Land Syne," with crossed hands, feelingly, "Jolly Good ' Fol  lows." heartily-and tho "Maple Leaf" (Ood love it!) with all the vim that was in us. Then it was "Oood-byo Lethbrldgo!:' "going East," sighed an Ontario girl- And the lights of Tethhridge faded Get � S cent box of Lax-ots at our store please. We think they are groat. 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