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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta cents.- tiny multiple therenf tvHli taytb.n? for the half-' yearly, .interest ou Bcc'ilvely payable the first dny.pf Jnit- Uar.vaiid the llrat July. In each year' at the rate 'of five per centum ffiVol.litr tuimini payablq at tha IJsuk of Mo'itlreM KuslanU or fll 'ho chief olllce of tue said Hank in Hie !ity of Toronto, the Cily of Montreal. Ill or'lrie ol in the Itiloii- of Canada, or at its chief office In tho City ot Now York in Hie State of Now York in tha United Stales of -j America.-" i 3. .That tho said debentures shall A Bylaw of the Clly 3f Lethbrldee to be sealed with the seal of the Tlly of dollars "mid tl'ie of tlio ratoalilo proporly "of this City o( Lcihbrldeo wns slutctsrt Kon nfno hundred and thousand and twenty -dollars- the sum of for Short- and sieneil by (hf Mayor ige under Bylaw Number. 62, 4- Jn addition lo all olhcr Jlnxiimtu tnarft >m In there shall bo collected In 101, 122, 149, and 151, for f eacli year during the currency of tha j said Debentures on nil lite rateable Superintendent, ..proixn-ty in tha City of by Home for Park ___r _, rati; nr rules sulHi-iem Ilipre- for .BltcksmUh. for Iiaylug the for Furniture and" aiuj ,llic' SVJIM of forpi- ins MflhiHK payment turet, and to iitue. Debtn- lit Hie doXit cvcateil in respect of iirop- Ai ihe sum of for lures for the said turns and fnff the.interest on, -liid tho-sum of _ 53H.OS a sinking fund for the Aimiinent and Collection of tor Ihe wraenl of The debt created lu iuch Proposition B; the sum of J'or luyinx imprest on, and the of for forming a' sinking fii'Ht for tbe payment of the dobl tfreamd'in respect of 'Proposition C; that U will be necessary to cover short-: (or ,ormlpB a ginkfug fuiui for the ln fti cents. mi, of'July A-U., "191} on anij for-.the _. purpose of .-.iiy ftjwusivloruhe-f'arv SUpor-'r5icfi fef-or-asatnsl-tfce-aboVB WHKHEAs'tlio iijiio'uiii'or the rHtliig debt: :of '.If brtdsa outside of and e.vcluslvo ot loeoll- ItnprpveinBivt debts, secured Is. two million flic'-liyndredNViid tlilrty. w two thousand Dollars (JS. of principal .meiuun sinking fund liiBtnlm thereon q amounts feiiiiirpil ly ny annual of tho Bald rteVentVu-cS ftta a 'r.ti'e during tht cunic necessary to retire Inter- lutendenlithesunc of .apjoti two (31 naisons at Soar PolHnE place final smnratas lev eutr-six. cents -36 hei, lev eutr-six. cents herein, .Bfter to as "Prouositioi, n." 0, ;lbl) volC6 ai hereinafter s.Med fm. behsl( of lt! Iier5tms the s for and iost thc shall 1913. at in nnrnbar ot or-ot io Into Black- pcclively interested in promoting or smith Shop the sum ot Nine hundred opiwslig the passim; at this by-law, and ninety -sir uollara and thirty-set en f, Treasure >i II .-cutsi Hereinafter referred bis tho Ci'tv as ProocEition. C, and for the the ISA'.lav'of .1 I'oso of providlns office fiximes.and, ihe ot ,jvi furniture the sum of One thousand jiienioou -sum ini bundreo and oigiiiv-sevwi dollr UllS'i) licrelnalter referred to "Proposition D." '.-AXO U'llKKRAS by'Sub-section Id) iit-_. of Seclioii 111" of Title XXI uf the'j S. The rotes' of the "burgesses duly I.ethbritlffe Chai ter the Council was riuallfled 10 vote lilvcii the power to make tiy-lan-j for be laken cm the 15th day of D rotitractlns debts not .payable Kfthln 1913, at the-following places in the He current and it is deemed ad- pity of Leihliridge. bato'eea the hours visable credit of the (iity-or Lethbridse nntt five in tbe afternoon n'amelv- the sums ot --ta) that portion of., Cl'fv ;fect on the first day ol'.Ailcust :-A D ;iot9 inion .Xew Vor :or a .poon anci for tho purpose ins north o( the ,ap.R. eforesald; and to- Issue' debentdfes 31J'l3th Street Nortli.. .Bailivay at For nd One IfuMred' Ib) Fo'r forming-n'sinking fq'r tho of tha. 'aid debentures.- Eight ana ilBlny-Tivo and SO 100 (JSSi.SO) Dol NOW TUERETOHE THE-. MAYOR AM) COy.XCIL OP THK CITY OF LETIiniilllOR K.NACT 1. It shall' mid may be "lawful for the Council -ot the City ot Lethbridge to ralsp Ilie-Mim of Forty-Two Thous- and (J12.MO) Jlollara by wiiy.of a !onn for tho luivpose ot for the cbh- stnictioii of'a subway "on" 13tlt Street in the City of I.ethbrWso'il'odAr Die Caondlnu Pacific Kiillrond and for land ----ses caused'thereby. Tliat for piirfiose -thereof debentures not eiceedins to" .all Die sum of Forty-Two Ttioua'ana. IJ42 000) shall bo Issued payable at the eiplratiou of yeSrs from thn (Ute of this Bylaw- taking effect, sncli debentures ed.borh In KiwllnE taoaay inn currency for the, aura of one tiun-: dred undO) Poilnds Starling'and lhe equivalent thereof in dollars and cents or any mnlllple theren; with coupons attached thereto for'tlie Uilt-yoarly in- terest on'each debenture respectively' payable on the firet day of .lanuarV and the first day of July ia 'each year at the rate of live. per (vent'ji-r annum payable at the Bank 'of .Mon- treal in London, or at the chief offices ot the said Bank in tlie C'ity of Toronto, the Clly ot Afontreal or the City of LethbViase ia Ibo Doni- July tOOK TOR THE LABEL f: Ca rk fu the of States ot'A'ni. tlerefor. AND it is deemed snulb of the o. Vedlcnt .that lhe snicl "bisar in- lhe Police Station in the City Hall, terest at the ralo of five per on Fourth Street South 1-iSJ per iinnum lo be paid half.iear-i lv and. tbe laid. njinclpal sums of: thousand .eight hundred and ninety-six dollars and .eighty-seven I -cents Two thousand four) hundred and nineteen dollars and' seventy-six cents Nine i hundred and ninety-sly dollars .and j Uliily-severi. cenla IS90S.37) andj'One tlioupnnd one. hundred and eighty-- seven doilal-s be paid it! the'eirlrattpni'of years from i tfte date of this bjMaw taking effect.; AND WHEREAS according to the last revised nssessmenl roll ot the' CUy of Ixelhbrjdge tbe .value of lhe was twenty-file nilliion one hundred and twenty-eight flimii.-ind Viihl hundred and fifty-five For that vanion .of- the' City Head a first lime this tilth day of ane. A.D., 1513. D. L. HARD1K. Mavor. HEO. W. Secretarj'-TreaBiirer. Read a second time tbls 16th dav ot ;ne, D. L. HARDIE. GKO. ROBINSON, Secretary-Treasurer. Read a (birii'liine and passed this day of -------A. D., 1313. dollars 1S25.12S.855) and the value of iatioie is ine rateable property of the said City.: which ha Lethbridge nine h nncl v .Mayor. Secretary-Tri-isurcr. .VOTICB it hereby gkan- that Iho a true copy of the Bylan- amu been introduced and which ------._ Efxtqen'' foP ,lakirig; fuiid for the paynient of tiie debt' crojted by- debentures Issued on ac-! count thereof j Prop'osiDon B, tar the purpose of-: erectini; n bouse for the Park Suuer.: ntenlfent rn for" impresti thereon, (2, for farmlaK linking fund for the M.-roent of (h debt created by debentures o tccount thereof 4211 OS By'Uw paying Intei-est thereon ms2. iu'1 for for.-nmg a sin king fnr lne msnt .if the debt created by lures issued on actonnt thereof JS6 9-> I'ropoBltion D fnr the purpose providing Office Fixtures and Fiirnt- Interest the'reon for forming a sinking fund for Uic payment of the debt created account ertca. 3, .That the said debentures shall We sealed .with tiie seal .of the. Cily of Lethbridge and signed bv the Mayor and, Secretory-Treasurer and be pay- able in Canidlaa. currency or in Ster- ling nibney at any of the .branches of the Bank of .Montreal. in addition to all other amounts there1 shall be in eneli year during the currency of said (letientures on all the rateable property of the City of Lelhb'ridge by special rate or rates, sufficient therefor the sum of Two Thousand, One Hundred (J5.10D.OO) Dollars tor defraying the interest of tbe said debentures and tbe sum af Klght Hundred and Eighty-Two and Dollars for'form- ins a sinking luntl for imynient oE the debt created by tlic issue of said de- bentures by levy luyabln and collect- ed at the same time and In the same manner ns other tares' are levied. payable and 'collected by statute'' or by bj-law of the City. That 'the Mayor" at hli office In the City-of Letubrldge at ten (I0j o clock in the forenoon on the Mill day of July. A lDI3on tho applica- tion of any burgess Interested for or against the above liyla.w shall appaint two (S) persons to attend at each poll- HIS FAliLY HAVE jeneral Hamilton Presentee Serg't Sylvester of Edmonton With "Nile Medal Etlnionton, Altnr, .Inly niasler-Sergeaut.-rll. Sylvester, of Kd TOnlon, presenteil mode, for tiierftorious service and good con duct in tho, licM, including the 'So Nile General Sir lah llaniilton at Calgary! recently, come ol ft family of which lhe Empire may well be .proud. He served twenty years 1.1th York's Regi uieiit, chiefly In Egypt, retiring Ir 1S93, when he was recommended for the medal, which carries with it a year. General Hamilton made one of Ills char.ictorlstie spceehee at the presen- tation, which was witnessed by tbe of- ficers nnd men-of the 19th Alberta Dragoons, commanded by Colonel F. C. Jnmioeon, of Edmonton, saying that the pedal was' one of tlie hardest to earn. He adderT'tbai 'Sylvester was recommended for' tfie honor twenty, three years as only two med- place ou the final Bumming up of. the rotea as hereinafter provided for on behalf of the persons respectively interested In promoting or the -passing of thia by-law. als were allowed, to both recipients the regiment, and Hrlng at that not boen made until this Xiiiie. One of the men 7. III issued by debentures thereof.. JI03.M. NOW. THKIlHroit THV AXU COUNCIL LOWS: I the respective. to Rats- tht Sum of the Construction of a Subway on 13th Street in the City Lcthbric'ge, under the Canadian Pacific -Railroad and for Land Damages cauied thtra- by and to issue Debentures for the Said Sum. It Is of the Hie construction of a subway on" 13th the pro-1 Street in the City of Lethbrtdce nn- toiler tbe Canadlnn Pacific itaflroad and of Nine i for land damages caused thereby and ninety--the amo'.mt req'ilred is sura ot csnu. Forly.two Thousand Dollars office Jn the City of on 16th day of July A.D 1913 at the hour of five (5) o'clock in the afternoon jura up the number of votes for and asainsi the hy-law. This by-law sliall come into ef- lhc of August, tsu, 8- The Voles of the burgesses dulv qualified to vote on this By-law sliall tie taken on the isth day ot July, D 1313, at the Mlo-.ving places in. the t.ity of Lethbridse. between tile hours" ot nine (S) o'clock In the forenoon and fiVB (S) in the afternoon, namely: (a) For that portion of the Citv Wng- north of the. C.P.R Railway at 317 13th Strpel Xorlli. City 1 Police Station Jn the Ciiy'lfall, died laat April, and was In line. "I desire to congratulate Gen- eral Hamilton said, addressing the vet- eran soldier, "and 1 hope yon will Uve many year.-; to wear this highly-cov- eted medal." The Sylvester family has served the Empire faithfully. The head partici- pated in numerous campaigns in j Egypt. One of his. aons, HaL-ry, at ill present a member of the FMrhoiitbu For that portion of the m" k, he a of situate on Fourth Street South Read a flrn this IMh 'dav June, A.D.. 1013. W. D. L. If A li DIE. M ayor, GEO. BoniNSOiV, Secretary-Treasurcr., Read a second .time (his 16th day! at June, A.D., W. L. HAHDIB Mayor. I OKO. W. ROBI.VSO.V. j Secrelary-Treasurer. I third time and passed this n. police force, served for eighteen years In the same regiment as Ills father, retiring In H-05. He stationed principally in Kgypt and India. Two other sons are In active service. One, company EtTgeant-mnJor in ttc ivireleEs dep'srtment of the London Territorials, and recently re- ceived the good conduct tnedAl. The othfr son. Louts, is a corporal in the telegraph corps of the Royal EiLsin- Italy's Royal Household is Fil- led With.a Mutual Admir- ation Society liornc, (he luttire m.iy bolil of or joj- for Iho royal chiUlieu ol Italy, lhc son anr small daughters ot Kinp HmmauncI aiul Queen Helena will he. able to look'ljac-k upuu an evccplioii- hajipy L'hiMhocMl. 'riie QniriLiul I'alatr in Home; the children live, has its own shaded gardens, luit lest .these, should not suffice, Kinj; has bought a villa close to tlie city, lu serve as'an open playground lor the This villa is oil lhe ancient Via SalarLa. Thr, chJlnren aro oitpn taken to it in motor cars, and spend long after- noons at play with their ponies and other pets, .exactly ;vs though they iverr. in the real When spring conies, the little aged nine, and liis iistcrs Jolacdo, .Mafalda ami Ciovah- :ia, rcsptcUvcly twelve, elevrn nnd six years ola, go down to their fathA er's hunting: lorige ol Castel 'Proiiano, about fifteen miles from Home, where' a scented uooil of pine trees .borders the Mediterranean, and where, dress- ed fa simple ami practical clolhrs, th-y live in'the (men.air, bathing and flimliinj- (rres till they become as brown as berries and as .hardy as tlie children of lhe on in'the summer they'go...to the seashore-at San Rossore, .near; Pisa, and later fine: cpun- try.'Casllc of Rncconfgi, in Piedmont, which has always'been --the .summer residence 01 Cnrignano branch pi he House ol Savoy j It used to he the fashion lor an children ol tlie better viiss ,to dress elaborately, like miniature edi-- iions of tlieir parents, but Queen 'ielena, realizing how much happier s the Ijie of boys and girls who have not to care for Ilieir clothes, lias set .hr.fashion lor simplicity by always dressing her children.'in loose and comfortable, "sailor suits." Thus .ar- (he ro> al youngsters enjoy vithout restraint the. luxuries of ding, gardening ami paddling in 'the iea. .The eldest.of the..family. Prhccss Jolanda, -is a hanilsomc girl and al- ways looks well. in her white serge uits broad collars, but she Is rather precocious, as arc many "Ital- an girls, am! already shows a truly rmininc-. interest in drr-ss. II is a grcit joy to hrr to be allowed lo'as- lit in selectbg her mother's mlllin- ery? and she chooses liats 'for the (Jffen on' a most lavish scale, be-Tcr allowing lierselt to br trammeled! bi- onsidcralinns of etjiense. .-.lolauda jiies lif-T heaulilnl molher-'intens'e- y, and she present on a publifa nccasioo recently when someone'-re- larked to lier that the'Queen of 'this French Tonic contains Vour nerr- cs aro lone.l up to .their proper Mention. The fitomarch ar.fl .how-' aro liiatlp healthy anil sifohj; ihf. liver arp Vino "Hilt r.'ork- Ir.g order nwB and Ml hloort Impurltfeft HVR at once removed." Tnc-ikiri bc-comea clear CHOI, In will -i-nj" 'majiins it.-nur'e ftml liealtlty. Mr. v will rcfunrt voiir n-oney It fails. n NEW SOOIH1LES IS AKE8 ADVANTAGE OF NAVAL CHANGES TO MAKE RAID ON AUSTRALIAN TRES- URY London, July, Telegraph's ydney correspondent cables An rxlraordinarj" position lias aris- the transference ol tlie aval ilockyards and stores on ailinir- ity iilaml, Sydney harbor, to .the oriimonwcaleh Rovermnent. pro- crly was originally tr.insfcrrcri by N'tw South Wales government lo I the admiralty in return [or Ihe re- nunciatirm ol authorities lo other properties and on cmiiliUon that Sydney was used as it-nova. I A Pgtehl Passport the Wprld Over letter of Credit lssued by the Union Banic of It does more than supply ready moneyal vheriv.rj.ou roay be. II a standing wjtha reprwenlaClvc financial In overyclty--a place to may have your trail tho ready source ol many a convenience and item at Informallon conducive to your pleasure and prodL LETHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSYi LAKE BRANCH O. B. TINNING. Manaaor A.B. K1MO, Acts Manager THE i CANADIAN BANK COMMERCE CAPIlAL PAID.UP, FUND, 500 000 TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES country in the Writ! in denominations of S10, S20, S200 ami easily negotiated, te, self- 3 Mgr, ;J. M. AITKEN, Esq., Vlcc-I'rcaldcut. John Morne, .H. church, KsM. Dr. .1. S Stewart M P j> W. S. Hall, Ksq. Dr. W. S. Galbrallh. .1. D. Hlglnbotham Esq' H. Miner, Win. 8mllh. EBO.. The Administration of an Estate the undivided attention and care of given by anyone whVna's8 mher InUre su'lhan of g.'U dtion to K.tatea by this The British Canadian Trusts Company Block A Home Company Albarti. Something you are going to need A Ruiiioly Oil Pull Engine, 15-30 and 28 riepiinuor. A Kncvtis 8'J c.ross conipoiuid eiiginc.fuid sppnrntor. Cook c.ar, thron wng- racks. TJrcsc. pi-auti- cfltly .WowilJ sell, on easy tarms and at a-price so-H.-tliein. I lifivt! 1000 acrns to lot with "each outfit! Got .FARM LAND3 Wsrk for the Center Q. T. Lathrop FABM LOANS 8TAFFORD RUOCK "1 lie state. ctm- tenrts iliai the latter condition has now been rriuorrd dy fhe foriniitinn ol tlie .'.ustralian-navy, ami Hip ,ol Auckland as a base for tiip. royal navy. Tt accordingly asserts tliaL onncrship reverts to Nrw South Unlri, ai.il dcnianil.i .-in annual pay- ment hy the commonwcaUli of siv thousand pounds. The intrndfd trans- fer has ticfii suspenilcil in conscnucncft nl this dimeulty. Tn the meanwhile ilhe government retains lej-cl ownership, while giving; the conimiin- weallh naval hoard possession. The ac'.ion of the state government is rf.- gjrifpii locally as mercenary and shabby and unpatliotic, anil of simi- lar-character lo paltry snuabhlt oitr the government house whtreby the govcrnor-gerieral was cvietnl. ho Tolftck women at Cobalt, plead- ing Rnllly io beins Implicated in higli- were allowed out on susi'e.nj- td senlmito. 'South African let- :ere sent home by'British hi-.d Il'rbugh tlii! handa of a censor. hail sent foi.-r or five lettcrn hpmit arid' hnd been oblleernttil by the rpnsnr anil were IlleK'lhle. on their m-riv.-i] at lie rleoldo.l (o even accounts with lhe foot of Hie ne'.ti letter he wrote: "I'lEase Die slamp." At thn cnnsor's bfflco the letter was ouencd and- rend as jisiml. Tha officer In chart-e spent "sonic "iVrnV In' stfimlns tiin from an- Vflope. lull con be-betlo." im.iRincd Thrtn described when he read tlipfie, words: it hard to pet Paul Your Friends AS Ex'BCUTons ix voL-n PEW' 'SS THE QlfAUfrc-ATlON-S On HAVE THE T0 TDK OAJIEFW, A.Vt) KOOXO-MKUf, An TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, JLirrjied Judicial' p'strlci, VVETASKIWIN .-Eighth Avenue ;