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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta We offer the Stetson It has the style that helps the appearance of even the best-dressed man. It has the quality that assures satisfaction. It carries beauty at\d, comfort to its wearers. W* have tfcc Stetson Soft and Derby Halt in ill the Uteit style*. All staple shapes in Stetson's at $4. W� also-carry a large line of Soft Hats, English manufacture. Prices from $1.50 to $2.75 The Man Behind THE GUN W. W. HANDFO&D, Photographer. Studio now open next to Bank of Commerce, up stairs, CIVIC OWNERSHIP f * _____ Of the (Sis System Favored by the kird of Trade. Make us a call. W. W. Handford, Late with Steele * Co.. Calgary. THE 2 MACS On'y Exclusive Mens Outhtters in Lethbrldge SEE US FOR - - Refrigerators GOING At ACTUAL COST The Central Hardware Store L. VROOMAN (j. DEATH OP MttS. FOWLER. Former Resident of t/ethbrklgd Cied on Ocean. Municipal ownership of natural gas was discussed at a meeting ol the Board of Trade last night. AW. Oliver asked for an expression of opinion by the, board, so Unit tbe City Council might know the (cling of the business then, when tho tUHssl-tioii comes up at an early date. He moved, seconded by AM. Robinson that the board ot trade considers it' is in the interest ot the city to put down a well for the purpose ot gating a gas supply and advocates the City Council placing a by-law before the ratepayers (or the purpose of raising money by debentures for this purpose. Mr. Freeman saM he felt ihc l�-lec-trlc light Co. had u proposition better tban the city coukl ffTor. He suggested that tbe Board of Trade Should not take action until all the propositions had been submitted. He said the Electric IJifiltl Co. would dispose of their interests to the citj^tu cost. ltr Barfaed moved that Aid. Oliver's resolution be laM on ho table until next meeting, K. a. Cunningham seconded this. J. Kenny asked if tbe franchise would not have to be submitted t� the city. Mr. Freeman- The Electric Light Co. is not asking (or a fraiv>'.tise. Ald. Oliver believed that both gas and electric plflftts could exist here. Mr. Conybtwo declared ejectrlc power could not compete with gas. Aid. Oliver was of the opinion that gas would save the com ot producing power at the electric plant and enable tnc people to get electrlcUy much cheaper. Finally Mr. lint-ford's amendment prevailed I. Kenny then tuoved that the I For Farm Property � Plenty of Rain, Sufficient Sunshine  Marvellous Growth  IFor Town Property f C. P. K. Works and Shops. High | Level Bridge, Subway, ~" Buildings f t PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Notice to Stock Owners Notice is hereby given that on mid after the First day of July, 1906, the joint office of the Recorders of Brands for the Provinces of Alberta and {Saskatchewan wil" be situated at Medicine Hat, AJ berto. All communications in connection with brands should after that date be addressed to the Recorder of Brands, Medicine Hat. Alberta. Moni'V sent in payment of fees should lie remitted uy postal noU>, money onier or express order made boW (ovor the �nv operating a payable to the Recorder of Brands . municipal gas plant, in preference to Medicine Hat.- tf cheques are sent! giving the franchise to � private thev must be certified by the bank >, co'"i,onv lf- Sar� "wcondwl. on "which they are drawn and the.,JT*" . '7�>�tion did not i . i  . mention boring for con it siii necessary exchange must be hi- am. Oliver and *a* odo.ned �uu ic'uded. ; amendment hy Mr. Harford that RECORDING OF BRANDS IN "4ionui �* tabled. BOTH PROVINCES. , ______ Persons rouging tattle in the great game at kausimjll. [ vicinity of the inter-proviiicial _ WB"J ; boundary (the Fourth Meridian)j,,�,, . ,, , ,.,,,, , ; i i   t , l 11 1 'tie Local IVam Onlv Lo�t >v One .: when apply ng for brands should,; - ,-"m  in order to protect themselves, also, I apply for a record of the same in ] ' the Province of Saskatchewan, (which may lie effected on pay-inent of in additional fee of $1.01). George Harcourt. Deputy Minister of Agriculture. Depnrttuent of Agriculture. Provincial Government Buildings. Edmonton. A via. The news reached the city. at tbo end of last, week of the dentih on the Allan-tie ocean, while on her way to England, with her sisters, of Mrs. �.'� 1*. l. Fowler, daughter of the late. Robt. summon, who wan mine superintendent here some years ago. Her husband u�d to be hi the Coal Co. offices. Referring to her death the Great Falls Tribune says: Wond was received In tbe cltv yes lerday of 'the death of Mrs. C. P. I,. Fowler, who for tho P��t sewhyeur* had' been a resident of ihits city, where she was very well known and popular. Death occurred at sea be tween Montreal nwl Olasgow, Scotland, where the remains weiv fctWen and internment was made. Mrs. Fowler, who had been poor health for tbe lutst year, left here about the 1st of at brake, North Uakotal whei-e In* i>. in the employ of Foley Urns., the rallroaKl contracting Urni. who nre engaged at Uiat point on a eont-ract on tho Soo road extension, nnvl In-Wd not lenrn of-Mrs. Fowler's death until after the funeral hnd Ixwii hs>lany, whioli position tetlliie now holds. Their IIAtle dau^iaer, an J ClcrnkVine. tbe only ehild, ,v'll re-it: main In Knglnnd with Mr. Fowlt: s I mother. IWsVle her huslfand nml child, *�rs. Fowlt.r loaws two sisters, the Mioses Simpson, both of whom are well kmown In this city; another > o lei. Mrs. Melvin. lives in GU*piw. Scot-I god. Mrs. Fowler l>elng on 'ik> �.m to visit her at tho time cf he* den'l. Vonr coiu.nvltti'fl appointed lo report on tbe Natural Gas System ot Medicine Hal visited that city dur  Ing tbe past week and beg \� siib-in'it tlM> following information: The Gas System is owned and op crated by the oily. Seven wells were sunk to a depth of about 700 feet each wkhout obtu'inlng gnR in . suf flcHent i. w*ien i�n abundant supply wns secured. The larger o( these two deep wells has a capacity of I,* 000,000 euhic ft*t of gas per day Tile ('. I'. It. haw a good well which is !�"i0 feet In depth. Tbn casing pipe usd in sinking 'this well was as follows: Hi feet to inch. U10 feet of 8 inch, ."ilio feet of � I neb. �.*.0 feel of �{ inch. The hitler si/.c runs from top to bottom and remains in tbe well as its pemiNincm casing, lo going to a 'e. A lf>00 foot well should he started with t 12 Inch casing pipe. A well of 1,000 feet can be bored and equipped complete for 4,500 while a 1500 foot well would cost about ftiv 750. One ot the Cfty veils has a pressure of 000 pounds and unds tot- which the ' Company were .is'ng but 31 pounds at the lime of our visit. Wo cannot speak ton highly ot the courtesy ot Mayor Voroter and the with tho ofllclals of the CP.It. who frec'ly gave us the fullest Information OHy staff of Medicine Hat, togother \ copy of 'the Medicine Hay l.y-inw under which the Gas system is operated is appended to this report, One very important point wa. not-Iced was live enthusiasm displayed by the Medicine Hat ladies regard!of (hit saving of labor In the home. The report will be dealt with at the next regular meeting of the council, when the on I bo natural gas problem will come up. Hie pi�i\Mte parties Wiio put in rotios+t'ions a few weeks ago will bp askml to bid again. 1)1.A III OF JOHN HOWAIID. Well Known and Popular Jiled Last. Week. Cltiwn The liethbrklge basobatt team plny-cd at Kalis|iell, Montana, yesterdpy. i They put up a great gamo against , a strong team and only lost hy -runs to 1. This afternoon ibe i>oy� are living at Frank. FOOTIIAIJ. MATCIIKH. Local Team Wins One, Loses One a�J Floys a Draw With Tabor. STRATA. Tho Wells pass through the foil iw ing deposits. j 23 feat gumbo. 17 feet very dry sand. 2 feel boulders. If�0 feet clay. 2.'l feet, gumbo. 2 feet blue shale roclcx 1 foot water vein. :� feet shale rock. Mi feet sandy isloy. 210 feel sandy clay. 4Hit feet samly clay whh str>aks of Mbale rock every ten feet; in this the ga� is fouiKl. COST TO CONSUMERS. .lohn HowniHl had been ill for weeks and lite physicians had given up oil hope of his recovery, hut his friends wen? more sanguine. They could not submit to >.he li.'lier* (hat the popular ".lack" w.iall team hos played three games Jfeet. less 5c-371'cents recently, two in the Crow's Next lea-[ Winter rate 22Jc for 10OO guo oixl one exhibition. |feiss and lug was on fire. Her com|ioni , tie Miss Hart heroically �ndeavored 'to oueach the Haines. g. II. .lohn ston saw the child ami rushevt to , her help awl in a few minute* tho j ' I lire was put out, not before tlu>1 stoT' 'child had received some bad hurn-t. however. O.S.KNISELY Agent North American Land Co. LETHBRIDGE OFFICE, ONE DOOR EAST FIRE HALL LOST. A horse, bay, brsnded-2- on right thigh; about 9 yean old; shod ' all round; hair worn by harness, $10 reward offered to party return-ing to Western Warehouse & Transfer Co.'s Stables. POSTAL 1>KLIYKUY. The Board of Trade has uppointcd President Conybearo, Mr. Freeman and Mr. Harford to prepare a >lM of complaints in regard to tb>> l,oh tal service here to present to tlv Postolflce Inspector. An eftort will be made to Imve a postal ikdivery and mail boxes placed around the city. �tfocre was a very gootl attendaiu^e. I Ai Taher on the 2nd duly a Crow's | Ns-ni league game ivsulusl Wi a draw of one goal eaoli. l^>thbrhlgu tiie first goal and but for good phiy on th�� pnrt of itbe defenco of the latter club would have scored again. Tbe Tai>er goal wan scored about - tbe bnlf time. 'IHie referee was uncertain win'tixT to allow the goal or not. but hp gave it. Tho man be-n>g un ofT-skle |iosition when he scored. 'Ibe above cluha will pluy on the new. atbk'tic grounds on Monday the Wtli 'inst, Turn out and �ve Mie gain*- us lioth clubs are determined to carry off ibe full amount of points. to* WHEN YOU HAVE ANY PRINTING TO BE DONE, LEAVE YOUR ORDER WITH The - Herald And get theTinest Class of Work at a Reasonable Figure T. E. Patteson Properties Two Splendid Business Lots, very central, on Round Street, $10,000 each. A magnificent opportunity for a capitalist. ' Two Splendid Kesidentul Lots, very central on Bom pas St., one a Comer lot, First-class 11-Roomed Dwelling, every convenience, central on Bom-pas Street, $3900. First -class 8-Roomed Brick Dwelliug, Stable, and 5 lots, on Round Si. Corner of Oourtland-a bargttin-$3000.00. First-class 8-Roomed Frame dwelling, water, bath-room, stable, and Jl Lots, on Dulferin Street, $1600.00, Cash. House has just been extensively repaired and put in first class shape. - A Snap-Five lots on Round st. 20x lU2i on Block A, ouly $175 each First-class G-Roomed Frame Cottage, on Argyle Avenue, Modern, with Water and 3) lota, Garden all fenced, $2000.00--$! 100.00 Cash. First-class 12-roomed Frame Dwelling, Stable, and H lots, on Bompus, quite new. beautifully finished. Water, &c, $2800.00-$!,-800.00 Cash, Balance on lime. North-West Or. of Section 11, Tp: 10, Range 22, at 8 mile lake, with house, 14-22, 1(1 Acres culti- ' vuted, half-mile of fencing- bar-I gain- $10.00 per acre. i TO RENT, from Jst July, Two-storey, 7-Hoomed Modern, Furn-! ace, Water, and Bath-room, Bom-| pna Street, Block 48, Rent $20.00 per month. nOARITOF TRADE At the Hoard of Trade last night, W. T. Hensen was elected a member., Mr. Uarlord presontod a report of the convention at Edmonton. Tnc Dell Telephone Co. will be urfed to rush the completion of tbe In"? artics Ami-ing I limn will be liberally rewarded by notifying Caviar Uros by *'re �t Maple Creek, Sask. _ givAt pxiyt R.W.BRAOSMAW M��r�IK Mtt. Won GoM Medal. When the sum of $10,000 is inverted and at least 10 men are . a manufacturers rat�? of Tie |�or 10OO cubic fiH>t is allowexl. Any consuuicr leceivos the first lOO.tKX) feet |er moivtb at schetlule rate. Kor an nd-�btional 2OO.000 feet he pays 12;c ami for an additional 300,0,(0 feet the cost >is 10 cents. The above rotes pi'ovkle the c'ti-*ens witb very clieap light, heatard power. One of the Aldermen Inform �l us that his house of ten ' rooms costs un SUfl.OO a year. Another cay ollluiul pays but tOl.15 lo liftht and lieat a hoiwo of eight rooms. An official of the C.P.R. well informed on 'the gun question, is of the opln -ion that $3.60 per month will pro vide for light and beat for 'tbe aver ago s"lx roomed house. Tb> woollen factory which uses sixty fi\e horsa power |mi.vh> i>ut oiglMy-five cents a day for |k>werand lieat. Ti�e |iower used by one of tiie printing offices costs but six cents u day. The Assitirboinc hotel, a 'I'lild rug of 8r> rooms paid last month but tlU.80 (or 200 lights, furnace and cook-i-ng range. In H*h, wiib one whUo foot 'behind and flttle w4>ile on 'the nose. $2o rewaid. Deliver the horses at Elenor Post Office Owner. Willjlacohson. _ HOUSE MAID WANTED. Wanted a �ood bousemohl b.v Mrs. c. M. Arnold. Apply ttt Mm. O.-l.. Vroonian's. _ COOK WANTED. Wanted, competent plain took Mrs. Frank Colpman. accompllslnnents. We are o#P>a wry This medal is |h>ssessc�l by R. w. Rradshuw, of Magrath, one ot the mowi progressive (armors in Southern AllM'taa. As wflll be s�.s>n 'the medal was utoe first priw offered tor whoat grown from registensl seed. " Mr. Ilrailshaw had d0 acrex in crop lust .war and has H*0li thl� year, llouh-ershuw ami Turner of MagruMi, are seUHng lands in this HplendM dis -triei at from $0 to $12.50 Mtl aero. WEDDING AT KNOX CHURCH. Tiie wedding took place at Knox church yesterday afternoon of Neil Mcfjeod. one of tbe bridge carpenters at St. Mary's to Mrs. MutaH, of the soino place. Tho witnesses were, Mrs McCaffrey and Chris. Word. $21,150 EXPENDITURE. Maintenance ..................... $ Interest on debentures .. ... 2.780 2.500 $ 3,280 Profit ................................. $13,870 REVENUE FOR FIVE MONTHS OF 1906. R.R. Cuts Rates in Half for the Calgary Fair The following reduced rates to the Calgary Fair are announced by the railway: Return (are from- . Clareshohu................$3.30 Nanton.................... 2.30 High River................ IM Macleod..................4.30 Lethbridgn................. 5.05 Pincher.................... 4.90 Bluirmore.................. 5.45 Crow Nest................. 5.60 Fernie.................... 6.40 Elko....................... 6.70 Fort 8teele Juntion......... 7.60 Sidar....................... 9.30 Okotoks.................... 1.15 With the douhia train service, parties residing South of Calgary will be able to take in the great afternoon race meeting! by going to Calgary by the morning train and returning south the same evening, if necessary. This isan opportunity for a days execellent entertainment that ouly ocean once a year. The people of Southern Alberta will no doubt make good use of the privilege. Waterworks ing ..... Revenue for ami street light 500 5 months ......... 12,535 EXPENDITURE. $13,055 WM. SHAW Painter, Paper Hauler, Decorator, j agent fur Empire Wall Papers, from |5c. a mil up. Rest of work guaran '� teed. i Resldeiic*-Flr*t housr ��* of Court House, on Baroness Road. POSITION WANTEP. Wantod an engagement *y *,v ex" iMrlent'fd nurso from, I^iverpodl Lad le� Lying-in Hospital. Apply ia Mrs. A. e. Humphries. , FOR SALE OU TO REN'l'. A completely furniobod baiber shop to rant or will sell jf any person wishes tP buy the equlpmen*. tbe shop. Apply 0. Begin. FLOWER SERVICE. Th� annual flower service wt|) bo held in Knox Church on Simla* morning. Tho evening service will be conducted by that prince of preachers, already well known in Ivrth-bridge, Rev. Professor Kilpatrick, () D., lately ot Manjjoba Colleg>. awi low of Toronto. MlastJ's LlaiSMBi LsMfecraiaa's Frieai Word reaohod the city last night of Ibe doatb in Brandon of Duncan Mi-Kelvie, brothor of A. L. McKelvio of Uw two Macs. Maintenance (or 4 months $ 1,140 Maintenance estimate* for 1' month ........................... 285 3 niontbs dobenturo interest- 1,043 Net profit for first 5 niontbs of 1900 ..........r................ $10,58S or a net profit of $25,411 for year Tbe mains which are laid but 30 inches deep co�t for trenching and piping 8 cents per foot. We secured more details regarding the iimlallat'ion of tho systoni hul i enumerate them bora would make this report loo 'lengthy. Having examined the Gas System of Medicine Hat as carefully as our 1 invited time would permit we an of the opinion that Lethbrldge should test for gas, and if successful in find Ing it, should own and operate a Natural Gas System as a City En terprlse, LctJiifkllc hikik Scl$9$l Muriel, N$S. TENDERS WANTED. Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to 6 p. m. on Monday evening, the 2nd day of July 19011 for work to be performed at the Central and Westminster schools, aocordiiig to specifications to be seen at the office of the secretary treasurer of the School District. A deposit of 5 per cent of amount of hid must accompany each Tender. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted, By order, 0. B BOWMAN, Secretary Treasurer ;