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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. FEBRUARY 9, 1MO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY PAGE ORGANIZED ASSOCIATION day of AD, 19M, U attaU two pmoa'j to attead at final summing up of wd ooe person to altsad at Men on of the ftaam iBiirwttd trcmotinc of aad a Blun- ter Mayor M ,Evoisn of Medicine Itot. The committee was given power to add to its number and to draft a, skeleton organisation the outline of which 'might b'e placed before gen- eral meeting, representative p ol the whole province, to take place-at a i later date When the special municipal committee met Ju Calgary- it was rep- resentative of the municipalities at the province, the boards of trade, and othet interests. The'''feeling of-the meeting was unanimous that the need for a big immigration organization lor the whole was paramount at the present time They fell that there was no doubt aa to too "rlnciple in and their whole lated to the details of such a body the best method of interesting the other western provinces The plan is roughly this: That a strong body shall .be formed, repre- sentative Vot the .four western- prov inces. supported by a large subscribed fund Railways banks manufactur j wholesalers as well as the direct of the west should this fond Many of them have already their willingness lo'do so The Colonisation Association proposes to bring seltlers into this country, chiefly to Btttle the millions of ;acres within fjfteen and twenty miles'of railways and uncultivated ent time. .They propose lo locate "set- tlers and kfep in touch with'them .-jg the first few years until they are firmly established In the planting them down and letting them, shift for themselves. Crty attend at hii the CHjr of on llth of 19SO, hov 10 o'clock In the (on- to aw op the Biunber ot for aiU By-Law.. (4) Thla ihaJ.1 on at final puiinc (6) The votes of the Borgetm duly qualified to ou tie By-Lav .shUl tha 17th of A.D, at the follow- InVT the. City of tatween 'the hoars of 9 o'clock in the forenoon and 8 'o'clock In the after- noon, and by "the Deputy, Returning hereinafter named, namely: i J portion: of 'tie City lying North of the Main Line of the CtiBidiaa Pacific' Hallway, at the Gymnasium Building: of the Westmin- ster BchooJ by Harry Dawsdn, hereby Appointed' Deputy Returning take the votes.'. "fttt-ttit 'portion City Sooth, of Main Line of the Canadian Pacific at the City Clerk1! Office1 In the City Hall, No. 3S! 7th. Street'South, by Ivy Dawmon, who is hereby appointed Deputy Re- luming Officer to take the votes Read First'time thli day of January, A.D., 1929. (Signed) W. D L. HARDIE (Seel) Mayor Signed) DONALD A DUFF, j City Clerk Read a Second time this 24th day'of January, AJ3., 1920 (Signed) .W. D. L. HARDIE, (Seal) "Mayor (feigned) DONALD'A DUFF, City Clerk PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS MEDICAL UAMAOC MEDICAL MASSAGES AND SHAMPOOS W PHONE 1710 ROOFING THE DIXON Sneer PHONE 1057 Fmis Serrke Agency Scientific' CooUngeacy bMls, We get Everything la Prompt ntUntloa. 4 mock Phomi HU OENTAL DK. M. ORAD- uate o! Koyal College ot Dental Sur- geons, Toronto. X-ray equipment. Office: Rooms 5 to 7, Bryan Block. Phone 1071.' DR3- OALBIUITH LYNN DR. L.-T. iraduale Valverilty of Maryland; Xray equipment. Office, Room S BalMlng. Phcm lltt. DS. WILL H. Successor lo Bra. Marra and Marrs. Hoari 9 to 6. Office Hlglobolhun _ Block._Pdqne 371. UfiT T. I1 air North Western DonUl ity, Chicago. Office, phone 786; lilenco phone 753. Offices: Union _Bauk Building. ____________ Graduate o! Chicago College ot tal Surgery. Alberta 'Block, JlcLeod 3ros. Clothing Store. Of- fice phone ISOtf. Residents I NOTICE Notice is hereby git en that the abova is a'true copy of proposed By- Law ,which has been Introduced and be finally passed by the Councn of the City ot Lethbridge in the'Jeveot .assent of the Blip gesses being, obtained thereto, after one month' from the' first publication of. the'proposed By-Law. and of, this Notice In the Herald, newspaper published In the City of Lethbridge, and that the date of the first publication is of January, A.D., 1920, and that upon the of February, 1920, and: at thVplaces fixed .for the taking of the votes of the Burgesses the vot- ing thereon will be held between-the honrs of 9 o'clock In'the forenoon aiid 8 o'clock n the afternoon. DONALD A DUFF, v City Clerk. SCHEDULE ''A" tur: matinee idol a manv from glrlc eich dar as does old OlUer 1 get them good too notes I file in the Want Ads ot this paper and I pass the Columns around eacii da> to emplover all over u 1 classify my caihiers, stenographers house maids and factory hands maK ing'it easy for the proper employer-to find them. If .any of you girls are looking for a lino to Oliver Towne A Em twtad. OltBeurt J.U. HENDERSON it Start ieun: 10 1Z ajn. 2 to 5 p-m. FOR SALE---G6od Irrigated quarte'r- section, close to SO acres alfalfx balance. summerfallbw.'' 'Small cash balance half crop: Mnr- chlson Bros 4o- 6 MAY CLOSE SPOKANE SCHOOLS TO 'FLU SPOKANE Feb the mfln enza conditions' irf Spokane warrant the closing of Spokane, public ichools. the statement made last evening .by Dr.. E.S. Jennings, corre- secr County Medical Society. bo driven pump. Freight on above i 500 00 Foundation Piping 00 LAND FOR SUE Kantian FOR 160 acres, 100 acres resJy for anil, partly y fenced and good in famous' whccst- belt, three miles from Cut Knife For par address A, J. Ke.mdell, North Batlleford Sask FOR farm, lear Coal dale, fenced and half cultivated 14000 rer acre will ac cept house in city or automobile as part payment F B Ross ft Cd, No LODGES VIADUCT LODGE, NO 53, I.O 0 P. every Tmuar Night at Eight 0 clock In the Oddfellows' Hall, Cor 5th Street ud 8 Hearty we! coat citended All Visitors. Qeo Fred'k Heath, .HM. Office 362. fhonw MEDiCAu S14 Third Ave. South. Office. Dr. Galkralth'a dence, 1253; Dr. Lyon'a Moralcg, afternoon iog office DUB. DeVEBBR, CAMHBKLij, MHYANS-OftlcM! Roya> 1 Buildiug. Office hours 1.30 to 8.30 pjg. Phcae -j W IiRB'nhKvnn tffrtt.: Sherlock Block.' phones: Office 319; Dr. Connor, 619; residence oi f. KcXally, 1090: -of' Leech, 1007. Office -11 to a.m.; 2 to 3, and 7 to I J.m. Bit c. II. graduate of the Chicago College' ot Dental Surgery. Hours, 9 Id 5-. Of- fice: 3 ud' 4, Buprcw Block, four doors north of Alex- audre 410. BM. P.CRAIG. Dentist. OraduaU of and former instructor In North- western University DenUl School. Chicago, 111. Offices, Hlginbotha Telephone 357. Hours 9 to Bloik. K10 S. speclat "ins In pyorrhea. X-ray equipment. Office, Suite 3; Bryan Block. Hours: _91tpj.2; 1 to 5. Phono 1659. DH. P. W. 'grad- uate of Chicago College ot Cental Surgery. Specialist In oral surgery and diseases of the mouth. Hours: 9 to 12, 1 to 6.30. Suite 3, Oliver Block. Phone 1199. DH. and Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. OaV flee hours iliinlim 7-39 to 8.30 p.m. 341; raslreace, 698. _ DR. P. W. and surgeon.; Office, Shcpard opposite SUrland rooata 1 to 4. Off ice Hours: 11 to 14 iJtj- I.JO to 3.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 Phone.: Office 7SO; 81h St.- Phone 1494.' DH. BAR, HOBjfil and Throat Specialist. Special at- to Note and Tonsil SargwyV Glasses accnrstely fitted. botham Block, Lethbridge, iML Office 1630; DR. 3. A. WELOINO OXTACErTTLHNB WELDINO W. N. Ruth., comer Aveatta ud ICth Street. CHIROPRACTORS Ot all kinds done First-class.wdrk and prices reasonable. Clara Karris, Room 5, Alberta Loan Block SMITH B1I1TH and B. you are ilck and want to regain health, take chiropractic spinal aBu get veil. Office, Mi Sherlock Bids. Houn: 3.30 to 12 and 1.30 to 5. Even- Ings by appointment Pnonet; .Office. IS77. RtfBJueriee. 144L ist for dii eases ot Eyes, Bar, Throat and Skin. New appUueiat. Ex-student Paris, London, Vienna, Budapest- .Hpura: tc 11 a.m.; 2 to C p.m., and 7 to pjft.r TJnlon Bank Building. Phone inf. DS, 8. GBON and Accoucheur. Ollrer'.; Block. Hours: 130-4.10; 7-8.30.' Office 4M.' Residence 1265 Slilh Ave. Sostt Residence phone 437. DR J. B. 1XIVBRING, Physlclatt Surgeon. X-Hay equipment. Offlei' ud residence; 812 3rd Ave. Sostkl Honrs: 11 to ii, i to 3.. 7 Telephone, day and night. 1248. V 8PIRELLA CORSETiERE SPrRELLA CORSETS AND Mn F A Parkir, 1816 7tK Ave. N. Phone 1122. CANADIAN PATBrOTIC FUND LEtgBRiBGB Suer- lock Bldg. Phono 701. Office boon: >.-10 to 4. Saturday: 10 to 1. ''iOSTEOPATHlc' PIANO TUNINfl 70580 100000 200.00. 300006 I By-LaV? Number..... [t- o b gal. low- lift., pump Motor for Freight on above. (Fob, Lethbndge riot' including ex- change.) Water proof. :con- crete puinp house on river bank 12 t i 16 i on I piles i Piling for. above 10MOO Cable and basket for access at high water A By-Law of the City of Lcthbridge to provide for the diversion of certain funds unexpended under for ,'the extension of water main's and ;for high pressure system and'for using the said funds-fqr the purpose of piir- 'and installing water works pumps'and-accessories, building and equipping, a pump, house .and .improv- ing the intake of the water works sys- tem. -Whereas the unexpended moneys in 'the hands ot the City Treasurer of the City of the proceeds of certain bonds sold ur.tler Ry-lAws Number 119, 151 and 245 for the ex- tension-of water nialps Eiirtl for pressure system hi the City of l.eth- bridge-and whIch .moneys are not re- quired for, the said purpose. And -whereas Ihe saiil Council 'ol the City of Ijethbridge are desirous ol purchasing and installing water works pumps, an'o" anr equipping a pnmphouse and making Improvements lo the intake ot'lhe waterworks systeni of ths City Ixilhbrldge as appears by schedule "A" to this By-Law., And' where'aa. of inq'ne! now In tho hands oE'the City Treasure unexpended under (ho above-mention cd not required .'or: th purpose of the extension of water works and for high pressure system Is the sum of And whereas the nmount requires for the purpose of purchasing and in stalling waterworks pump accessories for building and equip ting the pumphouse and for the 1m provement lo the Intake to the watci works systkm, Is the sum Novf therefore Council o the City of Lethbridge enacts fo lows: (1) That the said Councilinay d 'rert from the moneys now In Ihe hand of tho City Treasurer to the cred of the extension of the water main and high pressure system the sun of such sum to be'.iised fo the and Inslallalion'of water J nfotks purhpc, and accessories, fo the purpose of a., pumphousp an orinlpnrent and for tho Improvemen of the Intake of the waterworks ay tern as shown In Schedule "A" to th By-Law. (2) That the Mayor shall allend a office In the Cit> of Lethbrldg 10 o'clock In the forenoon ot lho'H82, 8, Alberta Block. Phone 503 v. nil acrdii three 'miles 40. acres 10 sn'mmerfallo'w; small cash payment, balance arranged to suit pur-cnaaer Must be sold Write PO Box 2046 or phone R220 I LOYAL ORDER OP MOOSE LethbrEdge Nc.' meets every second and fourth Tuesday jn "tch month at 800 pm Women of itooseheart Legion 32.8, meets every second and fourth Monday in each month at 8.00 m in the Moose Hall, Hlgmbotham Slock. Joint social and open night first .Wednesday' of month.: .Whist Irive third Wednesday of month. VI: Itlng brobirs and welconred FOR- Half-section dry land, Coaldala diotrlct; 200 acres .of. sum-'merfallow, and mastly'air under cultivation. 'Rented this year and owner gets one-third, crop free. Will selt'at the remarkably 'low price of 135 per acre; cash, (balance' good terms Dowsley Land -Agency. 0. 1E. Meeta In I OOF hall for business and social first Wednesday: social fourth-, Wednesday of each month. Vijlting members welcomed. President, 0 W Parsons, secretary, E Faun'ch, P.O. Box 67. FOR 1 480 acres 16 miles from Lethbrldge, seven miles from Ma grath, good, farm about 600. acres under cilt Iva II on, fenced and cross-fenced, Marys river on two aides of farm Price terms cash, balance over term 9! years, at 6 per cent. 'For farther information write' owner, Thomas Patching, :Knee Hill Valley, No. 1. Dominion Labor Party LAND FOR 160 acres, irrigated, Coaldale, improved, alfalfa; S100; 160 acres, irrigated; Lethbridge, ISO acrea, irrigated, improved, ajfalfa, stock, machinery, 160 acres, irrigated, improved, alfalfa, acres, irrigated, 'improved, hold meetings on first and third .Thursdays of each month at 8 .In Labor Temple. TO BUY rwtien HeolvEnv Mention Thf Jin Piping to suction -well and 80000 Piping and valves to subsi dence basin ___ Marys river on two aides of farm Price (30000 terms cash, balance over term 9! rears, at 6 per' cent. 'For further information write' owner, Thomas W. Patching, :Knee Hill Valley, No. 1. Intake pipes an'd.pilW Check valves on force main .600.00 Other waterworks extensions Exchange at lOper.ccut. on j of .above FOR 160 acres, Irrigated, Coaldale, improved, alfalfa; S100; 160 acres, irrigated; Lethbridge, (85; ISO acrea, irrigated, improved, ajtalfa, stock, machinery, 160 irrigated, improved, alfalfa, (105; acres, irrigated, 'improved, Coaldale, (95; '160 acres, -irrigated, Improved, Coaldale, (85. Terms. from cash to 18 years at 6 to 7 'per cent. In-. elude some irrigated land in your holdings. N. B. Peat Co., 10 Ry-lands Block. Phone 570. Total Contingencies, 10% AdK, FOR (MiKelatttn)