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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta AND aw. The Document That Causing The Trouble In the Al- berta Legislature The terms of the agreement between exceed the sum of four hundred thous- the Alberta government and the Alber- ta and Great Waterways railway, tiie provisions of whicu lorui me bone of contention between the opposing forc- es at Edmonton, are given below: This agreement made In duplicate this day of October, 1909. Between: The Alberta and Great Waterways Railway company. (Herein- :after called the of the first part: and His Majesty the King represented follows: herein by the executive government of the province of Alberta, and acting by the president of the council of the said province, (hereinafter called the "gov- of; the second part: Whereas an act of the legislative assembly of the province of Alberta, being chapter 4G of the statutes of 1909, (hereinafter referred to as the "act of the Alberta and Great Waterways Railway company was incorporated with power inter alia to lay out, construct, and operate ;a.railway with all convenient branches whether over or under six miles, in length and sidings from north-easterly to a point at or near the west end of Lac La Biche; thence to a point at or near Fort McMurray and from a point in the said line a near the west end of Lac La Biche to the easterly end thereof, with ter minals at the city of Edmonton an the said company was by said-act au- thorized to issue bonds, debentures or securities to the extent of forty thousand dollars per mile t.he railway (length of branches and sidings to be computed in making up the mileage, but mileage at Edmonton terminals to be excluded in such com- putation) and to such extent in res- traffic thereon, pect of the Edmonton terminals as the company might deem advisable. And whereas by another act of the said legislative assembly, being chap- ter 16, of the statutes of 1909, (herein- after referred to as the "Guarantee the government of Alberta was .authorized on such terms and condi- tions not inconsistent with the provis- ions of said Guarantee act as might be agreed upon with the company to guarantee the payment of the princi- pal and interest of bonds to be issued by the company- under the authorits iot the said act of. incorporation, as.fol lows: Namely, to the extent, of tventy thousand dollars per mile of the mile :age of the lines of the comuiuiy's rail way, (length of branches and sidings to be computed in making up the mile age on which the amounts'arc 1.0 b .so guaranteed but mileage at Edmon to terminals to be excluded in sue computation and-to the additional ex tent of the cost of such Edmonton ter micals as fixed "Snd settled by lieutenant governor in council, tli (guarantee in respect to the of th Edmonton terminals not, however, to and dollars and the mile- age In respect of which sa'.d bonds may be. guaranteed not to exceed three hun- dred and titty miles, such guar- antee to cover principal and inUren.t of such bonds and the bonds to bo pay- able in fifty years from the firs I day of January, A. D. 1909, with interest at five per centum per aniiurn, payable half-yearly: The Agreement Now this agreement witneseth as nd supplied In the, construction of the' ajlway have been duly paid. Protection of Laborers The workmen, laborers or servants! Gil PHIS LCTTCftS rMOM FOUROFTHCM 3 Wright Art., Halifax, M.S. "I have suffered witk Sick Kidacjil for about years and had got BO relief from varioui remedies which I had taken until I triad Gu Fills whkk gave me iustaut relief, I CAM uot apeak, too highly of them and recowacud them to nay M, IJLWJLEMCE. Tyaeaide, Out "I received jour aample box Gia Pills and then got a large box from druggist. -'After taking three boxes of Gin the pain. acroM my back and has entirely gone and I am better than I have been for years. I a great BufTerer from Rheumatism and it lias all lelc me." Mn. T. HASJLIS. Williamsdale, Ont. Before I-had taken Gin Pills, I suffered dreadfully with jny back for twenty years. I .tried about everything air and reasonable prices for a joard, provisions, clothing and other- necessaries of life and'reasonable com- orts supplied by the company con-1 structing such railway, its agents or mployed in or about the construction but got no relief until I got Gin Pills, of the said railway shall be charged I have taken six boxes and nowlhave ien of a pain or an acne ra my f am now 48 and feel as well w' ever did in my life. There is nothing that can hold a place with Gia Pills." ilrs. Win. P. Davisville, Ont. "For fifteen years, I suffered con- and accommodation. The company agrees with the gov ernment to construct, complete anc operate within the period mentioned n the said act of incorporation and upon completion to continuously oper ate or cause to be operated during the currency of issue guaranteed by the government and said lines o railway to be of the length including branches and sidings as aforesai (but not including the mileage of Ed monton terminals) of at least three hundred and fifty (350) miles (subject to the right of the company to build more if it should so desire) and also to acquire, complete and operate the Edmonton terminals in accordance with the said acts at the cost of-at least four hundred thousand- dollars subject of the right of the company .to spend more, thereon If it should so desire. The said lines of railway shall be constructed according -to the specifica- tions hereto, attached and- marked as Schedule "A" and the company agrees upon, the completion of the construc- tion OD the road, to furnish and main- tain such equipment therefor, as will reasonably provide for the require- ments of the freight and passenger In all respects the said lines of rail- way and Edmonton terminals shall on form to the provisions of the act of ncorporation and the Guarantee act. All of the provisions of the. said acts s to the location and. construction of he said railway shall 'apply to and be deemed to form part of this con- ract. The proceeds of the said bonds sha.1 be paid into a bank or banks approved of, by the lieutenant governor in coun cil. to thie- credit of a special account in the. najne of the. 'treasurer- of-- the pro- vince and shall be paid out" to the com ?any from time to time upon the com pie tion (except, as to ballast) of every section of ten miles of- railway to th any person or persons authorized by tinmUv wjth Kidney and Bladder such company to supply such goods j Trouble. I doctored all the time ,but nothing gave me any lasting relief." u until I was persuaded to try Gin Pills. The company shall be obliged upon within a coupie of days, I received-- the request of any rural municipality great relief and after taking one box, I or large or small local improvement was and now would district through which the lines of railway, pass to carry gravel or stone I fronTany form of Kidney Trouble." 34 Mrs. A. SIMPSON. Write the National Drug Chem. Co. Limited Dept. A.D., Toronto for free Regular boxes, 500. 6 for fowitlandfti with substantially built- legal fences of wire or wood; with; the 'necessary, gates oi1 crossings to accommodate the fanners. 8. Road crossings with cattle shall be provided at all public highways crossing rail level wftere fencing is necessary, and railway crossings with sign boards shall be provided at all public high-, ways crossing the railway on, a level with the rails. (J. The width of cuttings at forma- tion level shall be not less than twen- ty (20) test embankment not less than fourteen (14) feet when settled in place. The slopes of cuttings and em- bankments shall not be less than one and a half feet horizontal to one (1) foot vertical in earth and one (1) foot horizontal to four (4) feet ver- tical in rock cuttings excepting in cases where the character of the ma- terial warrants a sharper slope. 10. Etlicient drainage must be pro- vided by open ditches and under- drains. 11. All bridges, culverts and other structures must be of ample size and strength for the purpose Intended. required for improving any of the public roads within such portions of such municipalities-or districts as are immediately tributary to said lines, that is to say, ten miles on either side thereof, at the actual cost of handling and carriage. The lieutenant governor in council may instruct the secretary of the pro- vincial board of health to enforce such reasonable sanitary regulations on the works and in the camps connected therewith, during the construction of the said railway as may be deemed ne- cessary to maintain proper sanitary, conditions and accommodation, and contractors shall have at each camp a tent and stqye, where in ease of emerg- ency, a patient suffering from a. con- tagious disease may be isolated at once so as not to endanger the men at the camp. amounts shall then be due and unpaid in respect of such wages or hire, show- ing in detail the names of the unpaid employees, the class of employment rate of wages, and such statements shall be attested, in, duplicate, by the statutory, declaration of the company or such 'of jeer, of the company as the -leutenant council.may. ap prove. In witness whereof the company has hereto caused its corporate seal to be affixed and those 'presents to be ex ecuted by its proper otfice, aqd the government has. caused, to be signed by.the president of the.coun cil under his seal. satisfaction, ot the lieutenant governo in council according to the said spec fications and as certified upon tfe Suitable culverts and openings shall e made in water courses and at other points where it is necessary to provide or the proper flow of surface water rom adjacent lands, and the company hall be subject to any provincial act now in force or hereafter enacted in egard to drainage. The company shall comply With such regulations in addition to any other statutory provisions applicable thereto as may jroin time to time be made by the lieutenant governor in council for ;he protection from fire of the woods and forest and prairie 'adjoining the said line of shall adopt the most effective appliances which are in general use for the said purpose. The company shall, as, far as practi cable, construct, equip and operate the said line of railway with railway-sup plies and 'rolling stock of Canadian manufacture whenever such supplies SPECIFICATIONS FOR and abutments of truss bridges of well, driven tamarac white or nor- way pine! Douglas fir.or cedar piles r oi cribwork of tamarac, white or orway pine. Douglas fir or cedar a solid natural foun- ation or on a foundation of well drlv- n, piles; as described above filled vlth stone. 12. Culverts under embankment ver twelve feet in height must be well built, strong second-class mason concrete iron pipes or double strength; vitrified, clay culvent pipes of. durable and suitable mater- als, 'thoroughly permanent in char- acter and. equal in every essential par- ticular, to the best description of like work employed in similar work, in the Dominion. 13. Open, or beam culverts in'em-, bftkments of about twelve (12) feet height 'and under, shall; be of strong second-class masonry, concrete, or of walls, of cedar timber: not less than vten (10) inches square, or of well; "driven piles of cedar, white pine, tamT 'arac or Norway pine, not less than fourteen (14) inches at the. because he believed it reproducing instrument that fulfilled all conditions, and -because, he.belieyed that by means of an Edison Phonograph only could the widest distribution, be given to good music. Victor Herbert makes good music himself. He is now making it Tor re- production in the Edison Phonograph and is himself supervising the work of his own orchestra in making the Records. Victor Herbert's Records are -but one of the many attractions which the Edison Phonograph offers you. How about an Edison Phonograph Christmas? Edison Phonographs can had from to Edison Swndard Records M Edison Araberol Records (play twice as lone) -68 Edison Grand Opera Records 85c. to Thtre are Edison everywhVe; Go to the and the' Edison Phonograph play both Edison Standard and Amberol Records and zet. complete Irom dcakx w from us. NATIONAL rHONOGRATHCOHPANY. 100 r N. J., UJLA. be provided at as nearly eighteen miles apart as practicable or such dis- tance or distances as the said.: chair- man of the executive council may In writing approve. 20. Engine 'houses, workshops, coal sheds, etc., shall be provided at div- ision and terminal stations, all to be sufficient to meet the 'requirements of sale of the bonds of .the Company guaranteed by the province as by "the said Act provided to the Company, that the railway and the Edmonton terminals shall be to the satisfaction of the Lieutenant-Gover- nor in Council, according to fipecinca- stringers of- souud, qajr, oi, ot the executive council shall be the sole judge. 21. Sufficient rolling stock neces- sary to accommodate and couduc promptly and efficiently the, traffic and business of the line shall be pro- vided by the company, of which the said chairman of the executive coun- between the government and the com- pany. And whereas the hereunto annexed agreement between the company and the government contains within itself proper and sufficient provisions for the purposes in the said and. there Is annexed to the eaid' Agreement as Schedule "A" thereto, proper and sufficient specifications for 'and rolling stock can be secured aj cheaply and upon as "good terms ID Canada as elsewhere, having regard to certificate of the said engineer so ap- the quality and" price among other How the Work Shall Be Done on the Railway. Specifications for works of construc- ion and equipment of the Alberta and Great Waterways Railway: 1. This railway shall be construct- ed in an equally substantial manner, and of the general character of that of the Crow's Nest Pass railway between Lethbridge and Kootenay Lake, the whole to be executed to the entire sat- isfaction of the chairman of the exe- cutive -council of Alberta. 2. The. railway shall be a single track line with a guage of 4 81-2 with necessary sidings. 3. The alignment, gradients and curvature, shall be the best the physi cal features of -the country will admi of-r the maximum grade not to exceed fifty-three (53) feet to tne luiie, ant the minimum curvature not to be d less radius than nine hundred an Douglas fir, of tamarac timber not ess than 12x14 inches.- The. gpaa hall not exceed fourteen (14) feet In THE LETHBRIDGE I CAFE 'I New, clean, up to date. AM white help. Good menu. Quick service. Next S Arlington Hotel Orders for draying left here will receive prompt attention. pointed by the lieutenant governor in council, at the rate of twenty, thousand dollars per mile, and'in the case of the Edmonton terminals' the proceeds of the said bonds shall be paid out on a progress basis parri passu with construction thereof and proportionately to the said total'esti- mated cost thereof as fixed anfi set- tled by the lieutenant governor- in council. The balance, if any, of the proceeds of such bonds which may re- main after the completion of the said Hues of railway and Edmonton term- inals shall be paid over to the company or its nominees upon the completion of the respective lines and terminals. Unless otherwise authorized by the lieutenant governor in council all en- gineers, chief engineer and one assist- ant engineer, shall be Canadians resid- ent in Canada on the date of the ex ecution of these presents. The company shall not employ in the construction of the said road anj laborers who are subjects of an> country which has an alien labor law the effect of which is to practically ex elude Canadians from employment O! public works in such country or o: other works therein. The company from nme to time, be- ing entitled to progress payments out of the proceeds of the bond issue shall furnish evidence as to the portion of the railway in respect of which gxiar- antee is so executed satisfactory to the government, that all just claims of contractors for materials, wages and things, unless the lieutenant governor he. clear. 14. Box culverts under embank- -ill be she j the construction of the said Edmonton Trestle and pile bridges shall' terminals are hereafter to be sub- ments twelve (12) feet in height shall be of strong second-class masonry or cedar timber not less than 10x10 concrete, or double strength nitrified clay culvert pipes. 15. The rails shall be of steel, weighing not less that fifty-six pounds per lineal, yard of approved sec- tion and with the most approved fish- plates. 16. The railway shall be well bal- aated. with either prairie loam or oth- be constructed according to the Crow's Nest Pass railway standard plans of white or pine, taiin- arac, Douglas fir and white oak. 23. Upon the application of the company the chairman of the execu- _tive council may make such modifica- ions in -the foregoing specifications as he may deem advisable. mitted by. the Company; Therefore the Executive Council ad- vises that the Agreement hereunto annexed be and the same is hereby approved, and the specifications to the less than ten (10) inches under the and properly trimmed off and boxed up. 17. The sleepers Shall be eight (8) ''set long and six (S) inches thick and !if hewn "on two'sides they shall have a face'of not less than six (6) inches, fifty-five (955) feet or six (6) degrees, 'if squared the face snail not tie less in council shall approve of the same being'procured elsewhere. During the continuance of the said guarantee the books of the company shall at all times be open to the. in pection of the government The Question ojf Labor 1. mechanics, laborers and. other ersons who jperform, labor in the con- truction of the said' railway shall be aid such1 wages as are generally ac cepted as current for competent work- men in the district in which the work s being performed; and if there is no current rate in such district, then a 'air- and reasonable rate. In the ivent'of. a dispute" arising as to what s the current or a fair and reasonable rate, it shall be determined by the lieutenant governor-in council whose decision shall be final. 2. The minimum rate of wages to be paid by the company for the labor of any employee, or the minimum rate of hire for any 'team, employed" In or about the works, shall be the rate specified by the lieutenant governor in council for the same or similar class of labor as that in which such em- ployee is engaged, or for the hire of teams respectively. The number of working hours for employees in the day or week shall be in acordance with the custom of the same similar trades or classes of labor in the district where the work is being carried on. To be determined in cose of dispute by the lieutenant governor 4. In all wooded sections the land 'must be cleared to a width of not less than fifty (50) feet on each side of the central line; all brush and1 logs must be completely burnt, and none thrown on the adjacent land. 5. Ali stumps must be grubbed out within the limits of 'cuttings under three feet in depth, or embankments less than two feet In height. (5. All stumps -must 'be close cut where embankments are less than four feet and more than, two feet in height. 7. The railway must be enclosed, than eight (8) inches. 18. Through sidings not less than 1800 feet in length between switches shall be provided at suitable places and as nearly as practicable at aver- age distance of nine (9) miles apart, or such other distance or distances as the minister may in writing ap- prove with additional sidings of such length and number as 'may be neces- sary for the trallic similar to the Crow's Nest Pass railway. ID. Station houses and water .tanks of the general character of those built on the Crows Nest Pass railway shall AND ORDERED, SAYS THE GOVERNMENT Copy of Order in Council Pawing the Agreement. Approved and ordered. G. H. V. BULYEA, Lieutenant Governor. Edmonton, .Oct. 7, 1909. Whereas under the provisions of Jhapter 16 of the Statutes of 1909, be- ng entitled "An Act to provide for the issue of Guaranteed Securities of the Alberta and Great Waterways Railways it is provided that the Government of Alberta may make ari agreement with and Great Waterways Railway Com- pany, not inconsistent with the pro- visions of the said-Act, to guarantee the payment of the principal and in terest of the bonds of the Company to the amount set forth in the said Act and upon the terms and' conditions in the said Act set forth: And is by the said Ac further provided as a condition of. thi payment out of the money got by tin "A" thereof, be approved as the'speci- fications for the building .of the said Railway pursuant to (the terms' of the said Act (Signed) ALEX. RUTHERFORD. Chairman. LIVING PYRAMIDS WILL BE SHOWN The photos of the Y. M; C. sinm. class in their pyramid building tunts that are to be. seen in .the store windows about the city, give only-a ery partial living pyra- mids. There are several formations that will be shown at the exhibition on March the second, and on which a good deal of practice is being, put at the'gym: Some of these are the parallel'bar pyramid, the short arm. and full .arm pyramid, the "squash" and many-oth- ers. All of these require an exceed- ingly heavy muscular strain and nice balance, and the way in which the manage their formation is very creditable. The class deserves a crowded house -on the night of the ex- hibition. It is well worth seeing and well worth a second performance. CONSTRUCTING THE GREAT G, T. P. ALL DOWN THE YEARS FOR MORE THAN HALF A CENTURY Have been the Leading Lignt of Canada. Progressive activity ami the best materials have evolved from the burning Sulphur Match the perfect up-to-date EDDY "SILENT" PALOR MATCH Why use an inferior Match? Use" Eddy's Matches Always and Everywhere. We have been making Eddy Matches ,-vr. Hull ever since Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-One supplies, and all just claims against Iin council, and no employee shall be contractors or sub-contractors for ma- required to work for longer hours ex tenal, wages ami supplies entered into1, cept for the protection of life or pro jpevty, or in case of other emergencies. when f ho necessity therefor is confirm- ed by the chief engineer. 4. In oase any labor is required in or about the works for which, in tht opin ion nf the chief engineer, no rate fixed by the lieutenant governor ir council, the chief engineer or other officer authorized by him jnny fix the minimum rate of wages payr.ble ir. respect thereof, which shall not. be les; I than the rate of wages generally nr I cepted as current, for