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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, January THK LETinmiDUE DAILY HEKALiV ESTIMATES FOR EHENSIONS TO SEWER MAINS GRADING AND SIDEWALKS v At the meeting of the city'council last night, City lEngineer Arnold's recommendations for th'e local improvements for 19H were read. The report IP quite means, if "adopted, the expenditure of The report was laid over for-future consideration. MparaU Curb'1 and Gutter' Street -'i'? 4th Ave. S., from 13tlr St. S.. to Botti :v6th from 13th St. S. to Oth Ave.'S-, from 14tli St. S. to 15th St. S. N. Ctii A.. Ave. S., 'from 43th S. to West-. -'feet, Doth 7th -from. 4th to' 730 ffet, Both 7tii 8th Ave. .S. 'to 7 Hi: Ave.-' S. 'Both 12th A! St. S., from 4th Ave. S. to South feet Both 14th St. S., from 3rd Ave. S. to 7th' Ave. S. Both Esti-, mated Side Wth. Lgth. Cost--, SCO 275 -185 275 185 7SO 530 ,1520 1465 550 370 4090 'Gait Park, on all sides, provided for a Local Improvement No. 10. Engineering Contingencies 2.15C of Lethbridge, Gentlemen: I beg to herewith of cost for exten- sions, to "water mains, sewer mains, ttreet grading, cemejit sidewalks, and which" I would sag- eest ;dinins 'JVll. f 'the local improvement work passed.-'in sc'ilinaies.'fpr the-year is "also Ju' for 3911 in order to keep the local Improvement advertising and assess- ing straight.v A, little later I will have estimates for further suggested Improvements at Henderson Park ready to submit to the council. ,If the council wishes to consider paving certain streets I will present estimates of cost of same, with esti- mates of cost of the portion of. storm sewer system required at the time paving is undertaken. regard rto estimates presented would respectfully' urge 1 lie curly adoption of whatever water main extension work is decided- upon so that' orders for material be placed at once. -The second half of an order, placed last May is just now being shipped from the factory. placed its ovder for; waterworks, materials about mouth or six weeks since. Total. I wish to call the council to the urgent necessity for a satisfactory material yard elte and building with' spur .track facilities. The present accommodations have long been entirely, inadequate, there Is track and' for. erf the work going onUheMjpcatlpn iw'not close enough to operations.- V 'y- The site is so small that our mater- ial is .spread out over streets, prairie and other: property which either does not belong to us or Is not laid out for the purpose. The buildings are hopelessly in- adequate for the storage of materials which must, be under .-cover'., i-i. matter which .sh6uldp'._ be considered in' cdnne'ctfb'n; with the stores department site is.the question of establishing both a blacksmith and .carpenter shop. Considerable ;inoney 'could be saved'the city and the. work by establishing 'such shops at-tlie most 'suitable; points.--.equipped with all necessary-small labor- saving j tools and devices and employing the required blacksmith and carpenters. It .would' appear., that _' the power house would be the' suitable place for the rblacksmilh shop and "the ma- terial yard-or. stores.; department- site for shop. Plank Walks, Proposed for 191 No. 22. Street i mated Side Wth. Lgth. Cost '1st A. 18th St.-N. to E. 4 2nd Ave. from 19th St. N. to 20th St. N. :N. 4 3rd Ave. N., from 13th St. N.'to 15th St. N. S. 4 5th Ave. ;N...from 20th St. N. to 21st N, :-4 5th A. Ave. N.j from IGlh St. N. to 225 feet W. I... .N, 4 6th Ave. N., from 19th-St. N. to 200 feet YV. S. 4 6th A. Ave: N., from 19th .St. N. to S50 feet'W., Both 4 5th Ave. N., from 12th A. St. N. to 12th St. N. S.. 4 7th Ave. N., from 17th St. N. to 225 feet H. S.: 4.- TthV-.'ve. 17th St. N. to 325 feet E. 4 7th Ave. N.. from 13th St. N. to IGth St. N. 4 from 5th Ave. N. to 100 ft. S. of 4th'Ave. N. E. .4 12th St. N., from 5th Ave. N. to: Gth Ave. E. 4 14th-St. N., from 2nd Ave. X.. Ave. N.. W.. 4 15th-St..N., from 1st Ave. N. to 2nd Ave. N. Eotli 4 15th St; N., from 2nd Ave; N. to 150 feet N. E. 4 IGtlr. St.-N., from 1st Ave. N. 375 feet N. of-2nd Ave. N. W.'. :4 .IGth St. 1st Ave.-X. to. 2nd A. Ave. Xl E. 4 16th St. N., from 7th Ave. M. to. Sth Aye. N.. ,..E.. 4 17th St. N., from 7th Ave. N.'to-Sth Aye. >N. E. 4 12th A! St. N., from Sth Ave, N. to 200 feet'N. of Gth "Ave. N. 710 231 ".t iSurrmary of Estimates recommendations of the engineer were Street brading, local department No 19. Sewei .Main. Extension, local department No. -20 '.'I.............', Cement Sidewalks, local department 21; -Plank. Sidewalks, local department No. 33 Water 1910 Total.- U .'iStreet 'Grading-' Proposed 'for Local Department' 'No; 19. -6th A. Ave. from.13th" St. S. to St. S.' .375 3rd'Ave. S., from 14th. St. S. to -15th St. r...... '375 5th Ave. S., from 14th St. S.-to.15th West. 325 .325 Aye. S., from 15th St. S. to.Henderson Park 3150 'Sth from 13th St. 'S. to 15th St. S, 'E. from'oth St. feet'E...V. ;'150" 9th St. S., from.7th Ave. S..tb 10th Ave. S........-......' 1925 12ih A. St. S., from 4th'Ave. S. to.South 225 feet.. 1 13th from 7th Ave. 10th'Aye S- 15th St. from Stli Ave. 3rd Avei S. 710 I'.OIO 275 150 225 W. 12th A. St.'N., from'5th Ave. N. to 225'feet S. 18th St. N., from 480 feet N. of 1st to 525 feet-. N. of 2nd B. Ave. :'v..'W. 19th St. N., from Gth Ave. N. to.250 feet N; of 7th Ave. v -20th St.. 2nd Ave. N. to 850 feet N. W. 20th St. N.. .from SaO: feet of' 2nd. Ave. to r" 1125 feet N. of "2nd Ave. "20th St JL125 'feet Ave. N.; to 5th Ave. 21st 5th Ave. N.-to -290 feet NV- .'..i.'Both -21st St..N.; feet N.'of Sth Ave.- N.-. ;Ave.Lx. .vw. Engineering and Superintendence........'... 2SO 370 '2UO -200 1700 340 290 440 550 G50 780 12GO 150 1040 820' 570 570 900 1300 .880 850 ESTIMATED YEARLY COSTS Pumping System Forecasted Gals per day Fixed .Year Populate- Millions First CoutChges. .1911 1915 1921 1D27 1D29 1931 1933 2.0 2.5 3.0 5.0 5.5 0.0 7.0 1945 1957 7155 "i 7155 71G5 7155 7155 7155 162G2 16262 16262 -16262 L 1G2C2 i 16262 -9107 9107 Main. 126000- 2700 _. 2800 4000 '4500 4850 5200 WOO Qpeiation' Total 1S250 23725 32C62 37DCO 40SRO 44130 47-375 ROBERTSON TOLD OF KILLING PEACH 20950 39553 434171 0. t iFj.t- the land MtRICT NEWS 650 580 290 '215 190 lO'O 270 SSPRIN68 NOTES On, Monday evening Mrs. -_ Annie tree cliildreri of' the dis- Total Water IViam Extensions for 1911. 17th from 10th 'Ave. S.- to 12th-Ave. _ _ ___ St-- S. to 17th St. S. S., from 13th St. S. to 17tii St.- Si' d2th Ave.. from 13th St. S. -2-220 Engineering and contingencies TotiaL' '._.- 1: Department- No. 20. 1st Ave. from 9th St. S. to 13th St. 3rd Ave.'S., from 14th St.-S.-to loth St 375 4th Ave. 14th St. S. to 15th St. S. 37a 6th" A. from 13th St.S. W SGO.feet .360, 7th Ave. S., from. St. S.. to Henderson Park'.... 2400' 18th Ave. S., from 12th A. St. S.' to 13th St.. S.' '640 "Sth'Ave; S., from Sth to 13th St; 2350; iOtlrAye. S., from 13th St.- S.' to 17th S: 1500 Srd.SL S.., .from 3rd Ave: S. to-1st Ave. S. 9th St. S.; from 9th .Ave.-S.'to 10th Ave. S. 900 llth St. from 1st Ave. S. to.South-1.85..feet 185. .13th St.' S., from 7th S'. lOfH "Gf C2 frnm Tt 1> A irn' C A't-a" O' 525 -335 315 3..3GO 735 sents trict, -it was we II 'attended ami much enjoyed hy reapeclally !.'St. S.. from 7th Ave." 8th AyeT S. 15tJi from 7th Ave. 3rd Ave. S. 1-9-10, Ave. S: to 12th LSnes, Blks. 1-2-3-4, frofir 10th.Ave: S. to 12th Ave. S.. 1000 Lanes.'Blks. 4-5-G, from 10th Ave. i32Qn.V G-7-S-9, from 10th. Ave.'S. 12th Ave." S. Henderson" W. Entrance1 Fair Grounds 4500 S.Vfrom-'Ttli St." S. to -113th St.'-S: 20501 12th A. "St. Syfronv 4th Aye.'rS. to'-South 225-.feet 10th St. S., from to-'iOth Ave. -S.' N.. fronv to. 18th St.-, N. 4th Ave. K.f from 12th. 12th A-.-.St. 340 6th Ave. N., from 13th St. N. to-12th 520 (5 0 6- j- 0 _ 6 l.OSO 3 6- "2: 150 of "anta Glaus. .We understan'd.tflat, Bert is just recovering' of, his In connection with the tree ttie llev. Mr. Sales of iCarmaiVgav gave some interesting stereoptican views. It ended: "with .a dance; which to tne young people was moat enjoy- able' .'of-- all. On'. Tuesday evening, Mis'g Cbus ins and Miss Edith "Brown gave an enter .talnment; in the sctooi House. They ablylassisied by the young peo- ?Je "of ..Tie program "ivas excellent much appreciated by one of tbej iarg'est crowds ever gathered at the school -There .was a large contingent? present from Alb ion kld'ge, alsb: f rom thfe'prp gram- there was a- social time, whil an abundance of refreshments wef served. W. "1.100 j joe'-TGnnant came home from Pin 585! cuer .creek, the Christmas 1st from IGClT S. 2nd Ave. S., from :St Si'r 2nd Ave. S-, from'. 10th St.' S. to- llth -St. Lrid A-vo St.'S.Tto -L'nd Avf -.S. from -Jth St. S.' to frd St. from 4th St. S. to ,S..'....-..: S-, from 6th St. S. to, Lane, Blk." "4th Ave. S-, St. S. to' 15th "St. S." -5th fro ml4th St. S. S. Aye.- St. .S. to 15th St. S. 6th A. Ave. 8.. from 13th St. S. to West 325 feet Sth Aye.1 S., from 13th St. S. to Henderson Park- Stli 12th'St. S. to 13th St.' S. S. to 12th A. St. S. 2050 1600 -375 12..... :250 "350 S'iT-' -4300 .-12 "600" 12 A..-St. S. to. 13th St. S. rlOth'Ave. S..155 feet 155 12 -Ust.St. S., Troni S. to N. 175 feet ...7-175 8 :3rd -8; :Oth'Sf.-S.t from 9th Ave. S. to-10th Ave. S.......... 850 S 10th St. S.. from Oth Ave.'S- to lOlh.Ave. S: 950 8 12th Ave. S., from 7th Ave. S.- to 9th S..........1100 12 13th St. 5., from 3rd Ave. S. to 2nd Ave. S. .......7. 310 S :-13th St. S., from 2nd Ave." S. Ave. N. 560 10 St. S., from Sth1 Ave. S. to lOtli Ave'. S.......... 1000 12 13th St. S., fmra S-; tG-iSth Ave.- S. 465 S '.14th 5t. S., from Sth Ave. 1200 8 12th A. St. S.. from 4th 225 feet 250 8 :15th SL S.. from Gth to 7th Ave. S........., 650 S 15th St. S., from 3rd Ave. S. to 5th Ave." S..........1100 S "15th St. S., from Sth Ave. S. to South 190 feet :190 12 'loth St. S., 190 ft. S. of 5th to Gth S. 4S5 8 lLanes, Blk 1-0-10, from I0th Ave. S. to 12th .Ave. S.- 1375 S Bilk. 4-5-6. from 10th Ave. S. to 12th Ave. S. 1325 S Blk. 1-2-W. from 13th to 17th St.S. 1000 8 [Lanes Blks. 6-7-S-9. from 13th St. S. to 17th StS. 1000 8 .Lanes S., Blks. 2-3-T-S. froni 10th Ave. S. to 12 Ave. S. 860 8 :12th A. St. X.. from 2nd A. Ave. N. to 4th Ave. N.- 1000 10 12th A. St. N.. from 4th Ave. N. to 6th Ave. X. HOO S ;13th St. N.r from 1st Ave. to 2nd Ave. 600 12 ''13th St. N., from 2nd Ave. N.'to 3rd Ave. N.'......... SGO 15 13th St. N., from 3rd Ave. N. to Sth Ave. S50 14 ;13th St. X., from 5th Ave. N. to 7th Ave. X..........1275 12- :2nd Aev. N., fr6.m-l2th St. N. to 13th St. N. ;Engineering and Superintendence........................... 2.2QI 330 J.OOO 50.0 470 850 400 '525 ".275 385 241? 195 935 340 51S 275 715 265 490 1.460 S35 1.700 Total. Cement Walks, Proposed for Department No. Both G. Both 12 S. 6 Street .1st Ave. S.'. from llth St. S. to 75 E. of 12th B. St.. 2nd Ave.. S.r from .llth St. S, to 12th St. S....... 2nd Ave. S., frohr- 12th St S. to 13th St. S....... 3rd Ave. S., from 13th St. S. to J4th SI. _. 4th. iin St. S. tc-Hrti'Sc. S........ X :5Mi to 14th St. S........ X. 6th Ave. S., from 450 ft. E. of 12th 13th St.S. X. fith Ave. S., from 250 E. of 12th St. 13th St. S. S. Ave..S..-from St S. to 14th .-60i Ave. S., from 14th St. S. fo IStli St. S. ..'___ Ave. S., from 4th St S to Sth St. S........ nth Ave. S., from 4th St. S. to West 225 feet fth A- Ave. S.. 13th St S. to feet.. 7th Ave. 6th St. S. to 13th St'S 7th Ave. S.. from 12th St. S. to 13th St S 7th Ave. S., from 13th SU S. to 14th St S 7th Ave. S.. from 4th St S. to 5th St S ,2nd St. S.. from 5th Ave, S. to North feet 3rd St. S., fronv 7fh A. Ave. S. to Sth A. -We S 3rd St. S.. from 7th A: Ave. S. to 23C feet' 4th St. S.. from 6th A. Ave. S. to 7th A S 4th St. S.. from 1st Ave. S. to 2nd Ave S 7th St S.. from 6th Ave. S. to 7th S....... 10th St. S.. from 4th Ave. S. to' 325" feet North Olth St S.. from 3rd Ave. S. to 2nd -ive S llth St. S., from 4th to 6th'Ave" S...... llth St S.. from 3rd Ave. S. to 2nd Ave! S "12lh A. St. S.T from to.South 225 feet Both 13th St S., from 5th Ave. S. to 6th Ave S W 13th St. S.. from fith Ave. .S to 7th Ave. S. 1-iui St. S.. from 3rd Ave.- S. to 7th Ave. s! M .matte Side Wth. Lyth.. Cott S. "12 S. S. Both Both S. N. Both I' W. W. W. K. W. E. E. Both Both 640 2030- 360 350 565 700 2780 ?DO fifi? 370 270 5S5 250 525 275 Ii25. 343 315 1110 345 400 565 1430 4760 40C 5 70( 1 3fl( 62( S4i 40 37 79 1.10 73 41 ov 65 2S 58 1 61 1 oc 3-- 38 1.57 ____ 390 19th''St. from 7th 20th. St.. N., -from 4th Ave. N.'.tp -5tlv Ave. --N. House.Connoc-tions 1 Engineering and Superintendence Total. 350 --9.5QO 3.16Q CITY ENGINEER'S COMPARISONS ON GRAVITY SYSTEM Gontihued from 'Pase 3 Gravity..System, Estimate No.: 1. 36-inch pipe on; "Upper Section." pipe on "Lower. Section'.'1 '.-.-Capacity gallons -jper day. 1446 Stations 36-inch pipe S40 Stations, 26-incli pipe- (740 Stations wood. 100 cast Infiltration Galleries for 5 million gallons Valves, telephone line, and superintendence Miss .-Cousins several days i week; Mrs. Win'. Cunard, daughter of' udge Thomas Hahburtoa famous as' Race, a Dnsdale white eatmg ais Christmas dinner bam Slick" is dead at XiCT, Italy, 'had his eje pierced a fork and may he. formerly Jived in Halifax [lose the "eye WTSEND OF Aliss Staritt. entertainei throug tne holidays a young- lady'cousin frotn near Calgary. did not young ladies name.. ;Alr. T. C. Cannon and'fan Hy. left..-Saturday, for their Spokane, "after a visit with Mrs. Cannons'- parents-Mr. and Mrs, T. C. brown, -Mr. and -M'rs. W. H. Jr., left.Saturday for several months yis- "it_in.the East V- ArtQ'ur Stewart manager of. the Am- erican Farming Cpmpany, is spending trie winter at Bottineau -Mr. Ed. Davidson left Friday night for his home in Delayan, III; .Mr. and Mrs. Snow.-will leave soon for a visit near Boston, FOR_ YOUR LEAF Total. Additional filter galleries in 1923 to give '11 million gallons per'day. Total. Proposition No. -2 One 26-inch pipe on Upper Section, capacity million gallons per day. One 26-inch pipe on Lower Section, capacity 11 million callons per dav 144G'stations, 26-inch pipe, S40 stations. 26-inch pipe (740 wood. 100 cast Filter galleries, valves, telephone line, etc.................... Engineering and contingencies BARONS Un. Christmas "eve the Vouns CALL. AT I people of Barons had an enjoyable sleigh ride They spent the-evening at the'Christ- mas tree in Wheatland Centre school nonse. There.was a good programme and lunch was served. .Mr. Philip Balden returned from Lethnridge where he had been spend- ing Christmas .with'" m's people. Mr. J. A. R. Thorne has rctnrncd atte.r' spending Christmas at Mac- Leod. .Mr. Gilbert Moir came back to Bar; ons after spending a few days in Clares nosm. Miss May .Dart is spending her Total SI fin UnrJstmas holidays with1 her parents ..........................................9 u "f. and Mrs. A. E. Dart. Miss A. E. Xewrnarch left on Satur- Hne on Upper Section, line on Lov.-er Section. ror Hat where she is y 9 million gallons. (going to stay during the dolidays. ,H4S stations. 32-inch pipe, Sam Lee had his chicken roost vis- stations, 24-inch pipe '740 stations vire womul wood pipe) 103.600.00 jited on Monday nicht-and quite a few 840 stations, 24-Inch pipe, (100 cast iron) i Lower section, excavation, pipe laying etc............. Valves, filtration galleriles for 5 million gallons, telephone line, 6s'ooo'oo Charles Maclam who has been at Dr. Wallwin's, left on ___1___1_ i'I'fiursday for Red Deer. 26-inch line' on Upper Section in lf'23 Additional filter galleries in 1923. ____ Proposition No. 3 and see samples of work done for many of the local merchants. Additional filter galleries in 1023 to give total of 0 million gal- Ions. 4o.aoo.oo Total. Mr. William Cooper has gone to 4, TWO HUNDRED-MILLION Proposition No. 4 .1 DOLLAR COMPANY 1-24 inctr wire wound wood pipe on upper section capacity 4.3 million gals! Del.. Dec, TTn- P-r J. i ited Properties Co. of California was j 1-24 inch wire wound wood pipe on lower section, capacity 0.2 n.SWfm incorronxted here today with a cap- j 1252 section 24 inch wire wound pip? 840 stations lower section 14 miles 24 inch vrirc wound wood pipe, miles 24 inch cast iron pipe-................... FtUratsoti galleries, valves, telephone lines, sundries Engineering......................................; Additional filter galleries lo 3 pallens per i92i steamships, >JUU i, i- 1.4. liglu. power and traction lines ___v SoioOO.OOi and to wharves, docks and ware- fiS.OOO.OOJ houses. The operating offices will be in San Francisco. The new corpora- con is said to represent a merger the public utilities of Berke- 657.630.00 Total 40.000.00 j nnd Oakland, including the ferry j Hnes that connect these places with iyan Francisco. PHONE 1115 VACUUM IIOUSECLEANING Or, CALL 1208 COURTLAND ;