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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta "Not on* mu ta tm mtfi beoia. i>te* Mwipsp�r la pmnt, wiiael. coUagth sol. Pit. thMtnt, mmpla, OMMUor all in �>�*"-W�B��U Phillips.. ^J'..ti^;� ���� J- What papers do you read * Let US suggest the satisfyiog combiOA-tion of a first class metropolitan daily and a well edited, up-to-date local weekly such as THE WINNIPEG DAILY FREE PRESS - AND - LETHBRIDOE HBIALD We will send you the above two excellent papers on a three months' trial order for 75c, and prepay the postage on both. A nominal price, just to get you started; you will not, we are satisfied, having once read them, be content to do without them. To take advantage of this offer you must, however, be a resident of Alberta. The following form filled out and forwarded to the Herald will receive grateful acknowledgment and prompt attention. NEW COUNOL AIMS WELL Mayor Oalbrailh MUms NtUMitict of GHy-Firtt IfMling of New Aiaiiiitlrfttora. Herald, Lethbridge. Mall to undersigned address the Wlnnl�thbrt�l(� Herald, postage prepaid, for three montli�DnESS. � , � �. \ � . � In opening thia first moating of tho Councilfor tbs j'aar 1907,-io wfaicb iiwut of Us ccinc ti� now nicn, it has appeared to nvu wiiw to lay betoro you in a format way Hotno lmprc�>�-io^ of the city's rcquir�niiia ionneotimi I desire to plaoa tiefcn yiou for coaaidaraitlon what appears froin aonw Mudy of the aubject ot fira, to be a flrat principle. You nave all watched the 4k>\'elop-nMnt of.our ayatettt. After a tows la iacorporatjw). fire limits are dete�d within which only lira proof or i]Uaai lira proof buildinga are per-nkiitwl to bo subaejiueBliy erected, but the ones already in existonoeare alloW�d id reigalh and �to ItnpeiiU hhildinga which Inqirove tJiic appear* ante and safety of tiho city. Now it-appears to toe when once audi abhy-liiw is enacted, all buikUngii not up tt) the requlremenU srtand oundawjia-ed-aiid abould within' a raaaooaAila but'llfliiiiMl tine be removed and ra-placed fay onaa up to the naqulre* meota. Thia inay be conatdand ra> ifo^lve legialatiOB, but St to no more ao than compalMog a mna to AmVtOR. oC-thfi U. Sagie was re-appoinliMl auditor *t. *60 ayear. ,. � -The auggMtions in the Health floar's report w�re refernxl to tiaalth and Kelief Committee. STAXDINO COStSlITTKIi:, ' The following commlttfaew nominated by t)M mayor wore confirmed by the Coliaeil. Plaanoc-ItoUnscn, McBeth and Vrobman. Fira, Water and Xiifht.- Cunning -ham. Oliver and Wataon. Works and Property.-Vrooman, Cunningham and Itobinaon. IWlth and lieltef-Watson, Oliver and McUelh.- Uoansc and I'olioe-Mayor and H-holo council. Markets and Immigration. JPubhc-ity and Booeptlon.-McBeth,.; Cunningham and Rot>inaon. Waterworks-Oliver, Watscn - and Vroomon. � ' ..o . f'irat named on each committoe is chairman. t take ddwn'his tio chimney and build a brick one. To be explicit I cannot ace why our building inspector should not have poirar to direct that all frame btirtidings oc Round Street tor instance with all their excreaoeneea of sheds, HtablcH and etc. bo removed say w'tthin .one or two years and replaced by flrc-proof structures, why should ho be obliged to wait unoU fire doea. "its work and entails the city ten,times the cost of tholr ro-movai: I had intended speaking to you coni^rning sonvj health matters, but the exoellMit ordinance prepared by our predec^sors will be brought up for your cbnai^ieration and I am kot-isflid thai its carefully thcught out r�guiatiajia will appeal to u� as in the roaiic 'just and good. In condlusion I wish to toudt only ini'ctttllne/upon the question of p�>b- iicity.;;'--.u;" The general character of our advertising has' Its appeal to the gien -era! rMder, but should w not have something more specific and plaold in the hands of the men to whcovit will dliwtly apiXMl. I believe that a steady aggres-sivc campaign would result in r^msidcr -able ad((^t(oiui to our nuvnufa�turing and wholemtlo establifihnieata within a very short tima. This tshouM be in the hands of our immigration conn-mittec and shculd be well supported financially. I trust gontlcmea that this short pr�-roview of our work, incomplete pert aldviuti as to iho construction of ' HS.it necessarily is by reason of the STORIES'^ Grove ond Goy Viaitor-How pleasant your \d;t� is! Uoatess-Uut I can't feel happy on half ah acre of ground. My^./^uily had several thousands and n. . .nsUo and an anny of servants. . Viaitor] (impressed)-IXsar niet Ar�d when did .thoy lose them? | Hostess-In the eleventh century - Slovo. iiiiMi REAL I beg to announce opened an voffice in? the tbat t havi\ ^ , ^ LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK ...........lasii^iiiiai For the tranaaction j Real Estate and Ihsurancf Btefi I am featabliahing oonneciions witti Mstlm^^a western point*, both in .Canada ^andtbe^Uotted States. If you have anythinK you wiih U^wMlpA' it with me, it will coat you nothinK it 1;> da;.^ i^^^^ effect a sale, tf you wish to buy and! I^'thay� not what you want, give me a description and 1:will find: it for you. m N. T. Macleod Fir� aod Lift laiorooM. nil "Maiia." said Mr. Quigloy, outer-ing bis hyiue in squm^ excltemeut, ' I want you to^ pronviae me not to iooic at the paponi for the next thrtc raonthsr'. "What for?'' wonderingly askod Mra. Quigiey. "t have just been nomiuatetl tor a public otTicc," ho faltered,^Viirvl I don't want you to find;out what kind of man T really am."-Chlctt{io Tribune. V - -..j-', �: �t��0tO��0�#0MO0OO�' ,in -habitant of the citj* there are a fnw details in which Ithir.k our syatom could be improved. I am aware that many of thoae are fixed by our charter, but others are not and you may see reasons for making some changes. In the first place it should not bo considered unreasonable to ask that, taxes for any j-ear be paj'-a'ble before ten months of that .vcar ara gone, onU about eighty per cent of the (axes arc spent. At present j.xsur charter makes duly 2, the date upon or before which the assessment roll must be adopted: after this the preparation of the tax bill requires conaideraible time so that it is the end of October bcfoi^ the taxes are collected, but the wholo; Arrange -ment Itppeara to be fixod at dates which, with advantage, could be made earlier and eiitail the saving of a con^idsrable sum now paid to the bank ax Interest on overdraft. ASSESSMENT. The subject of the asscssnncmt is one to which I am sure you have all given ccnsidcration. The clause in our charter allowing a super asaoss-mont on vacant lands, should bo put into oj>cnition thi8 year, to the extent, at Icasti of lots lying in the centra of the City. It would tie well also if the Fiaanco Cotnmittec coukt present.to thci Council somo scheme for lessening, tho astsessmont on iiRr pro\-eUMyHts, which wculd maka unprofitable the holding of lands for sp^ulativopurposes to tlte retarding ot our, development and the expanse of the city. In ivgiviTd to tha inspactiou of the assessntont roll, I bcliera that even one piiblicAtion of it would give much greater promin�n�> to it:, than weeiu iif inspection a,t tha clerk's office.and would altcw those who dro unable lo.mspoct without loss of time or money to do so at their leisure. STREET LIGHTING. Our ciiy has hitherto been known an the best lighted 'to*'n >n tho west and justly so, but the propowd use of tmtterH tM announced by the Electric Light Co. will maU>riatly leac^jp our frea il|umination and It win lie your duly to provide ad-oquatoly for this, FinE ArPLLViVCES. As tba value of our fire appUaneos wealth of subjects to be discuesed may not be without its value, and I am sure that if vo accon|)>liah a fair percentage of the resuHs~aiuied at. liesides others to which you will doubtless draw our attention, we will not have reason to be aahamed of our vork. To this end we muet shik all personal matters and co-operate for. the good ot ail the people and this I ash with confidence of tho resuH." It was moved that the subjects dealt with in this addrese he referred to the rospective committeeH. toELEGATES TO RED DEER. Aids. Oliver .and Cunningham were elected as dclti�al�fs to the convention ot nutnieipalltiea at Had Deer. REBIOOATIONS ACCEPTED. The rccrignatioos'.of J. B. Walker, fire engineer and A. E. Uuniphries. ohief of the fire brigade wore roferr-od to the Fii-c, Water and Ughti oonv-mittec. I'hc ccihmHteo aftarworda mtH and accepted the reaigaatione. The application of Max Donaldson for the (Msition of fire engineer was ratorn-d to the sanie commlttw. El,ECTING A CHIEF. Tho Fire Brigade wrote asking to be allowed tu elect tbeir own chief. The fire, water and light oanunrtteo dealt with the matter and decided to grant their- request,, but the council must appro\-c of the choiC4>. SPECIAL PERMISSIOX. A. lionncy, �vas given permission to.uda a new rool to his work shop, providing ho covers the entire building, including the roof, with iron siding, GAS WELL. In the committee of thai'whole con-.^iderable discuwion occurred on th�i resolution from the School Board Board objecting to the location of tha operations for the dl8(;o%-cry of ga;s, RQ close to the Central school, 1'hc matter was finally referred to the Works and Property Committco to investigate and report. City SoUciior Coiiybcare nwde report on the claims against the city of Messrs. Hiscox and Uulmcr. Tiv>y were rcf�rreR.\.\T. It was decided lo locate; a bjxlrant at the comer of Westniinster road I and Bomt>us streol. MEDICAL HEALTH OFFICER. ! IIOK. JI. O. DuVeber was appointed iUedicttl HvaUh officer at a salary of 'faoo. A doctor who was recountmg some I of ilia experiences of hypnotism re- j latcdth.! following story:- ' "I once had a patient vhowas lU with consvmiption, and who ought to ha\'e gone to a warmer ciiroote.but whose mbans were insuflltient;. so.. ,1 resolved to try what^hypnqiisnv would do for him. I had a huge sun chalked on tiie ceiling of his room, and by stvKestion induced him to tMiiit it was the sun, which would cure Uim. The rus� succeeded, and ha waa getting daily better, when one day on my arrival l\found he wa.� ''Did it fail after all. then?" asked the doctor's hearers. ';No," replied the doctor, he died of sunstroke."-Mcggcfldorier Blaetr ter. WhMkOMd efo OR COOK I SfOYB Coll ood MO Stoeii ood yooorc �r^ of Uiog soliaficd i HicK WaHelx The Leading Tinners, Plnmbeis, Steam and Hot Water Fitters. Telephone 116. I * r m "Upon what authority do you swear to the age of the hotyie'?" "I am sure of it." Ualf-a-doam squostluns (ailed to get ar.y better answer. "How do you know?" thundered the barrister at, lost. "I had it from the: mare's own I moiKh!" . I Medicine Man-What is the mutter with your Majieaty? Cannibal King-O, I've an awful indigestion. Medicine Man-What have you been eating? ICannibal King-I've Just been polishing off an American millionaire.' Medicine Man-Good haavenal No wonder you're ill. I've told you re; peatedly to beware of anying too ridh,-Pele Mele. * FRED. ROONEY. - PROP. (BOto ACCM ? KXCEUEMT CUISWE 8ATHS MOTAMOCOWWMWl RATES ,$ 1.80 A DAY I LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA | 'Mr. Murray," said Rev. Dr; Drown. "I want you to have So-end-So, who keeps a saloon down in Fourth 3itre��t, urre�te�l. He gave thia" boy a drink.", "Well! - Ahem!" was the first char-uoterifit^ utterance of the attorney, as ho brushed his hand over his head and face. "What time were you in that saloon,,my lad?" he inqiilred, turning to tho boy. ' Just conio out a minute ago," replied tho urchir., modestly. Hum! Yes, yea! How did youcoine to go in?" "Don't kimw, loR happened to" "Oavo you a drink did he?" "Yes." Ar.d the boy wiped his face with an upward- stroke of the palm of his band, whifc Rev. Dr. Drown lookwi | on with nn expression of satisfact - j ion.. Mr. Murray scratcliod his head ' a moment, and proceeded; "Ahem! Well, what did thoy k'ivc i you to drink?" I "CMaas of water," answcrM the boy. "Why didn't you tell mo ihat?" exclaimed the ministor, turning very rad in the face. "You didn't ask mo sir," said ho ��oy.-^at, Paul Pioneer I'rosw. "' - TABER, ALTA. I ry|nc & Lemon, - Proptietors lUtot f lio OBd $3.00 �ir Diiy FREE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION To stop a cold with "Prevtmtics" is safer than to let it run and cure It attern^rds. Taken at thp "snww stage" Preventies will head olT all colds and Grippe, and perhaps N