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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 12, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta in; The P�int to have when You Have to PmaI The Only Piint in Town Worth Buying. People want good paint. We sell no other kind. Try it when you paint. the Central Hardware Store G. L VKOOMAN WHEN YOU HAVE ANY PRINTING TO BE DONE, LEAVE YOUR ORDER WITH And get the Finest Class of Work at a Reasonable Fiwre ACCEPT PROPOSITION City tt Gwraittc loais for Mill. the BOAHD or THADE LETTER. "That Iho City Council oskoil to sirt>mit � 'by-law to the rAito|m.vci'n to iguarantee first mortgAgo dolton-tures, 4io�rrng not more t*M*n 5 |>er cent, intorcsi, per ennuin, on the imada, builrfings and phint of the Woollen Mills Co. to tihc exitent of f40,00fl, providing the control I ii�g tatereHt in the company in ilie iMUNtM ot LiHibbltidge sttarciioKlors kikI Us offices and works btf sit tinted in liBtMirMgc." 1 give below t*ie amount of a.�jHct.H on which the tnortgosc would be given: Lond and buildings in Medicine Hat.........................f23..'J00 MiHihinery. plant, etc........ 28,136 Land and buiMiogB in lieth-�bPidge ............................ 25,000 Total....................... 1.688 Depreciation in value plant....................... Cost of removal......... Total net security .....$76,636. ot .....9 3.500 ........ 5,000 9 8,500 ....$68,136. OITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION. AM. Ilobittson �nA Haixling niovoJ the following resolution: "That d's ctune in. If it came to Letl^ridgc, it must be subject to the control of LetMrMge stockholders. It shoul'd alao be subject t* an agreement to stay here. It would employ from 30 to 60 hands. It would hamlle from aoo.OOO to 600.000 lbs. of wool. It asked for no bonus, no special water rate, no tax-exeinption or free sit but wished the Council to submit tp the ratepayers a by-taw guarant^je -tog boodii. Mr. McPheraon the reprcsout.ttivc of the Medicine Hat Co., remarko.-l that if this mill came another in -�diiatry wouM follow wWidi wouWI eaq>loy,.,50 hands. �. A. Cunningham estimated that tte Medi^ne Bnt building andground would sell for $iaO,000 which (^ould be uaed to retire � portion of tho booda. AM. Oliver wanted to know what guarsntae there was that the luiii-p*ny would he i|ble to sell the Mmti ciae Bat property %t that price. Mr. -4fcPberson 8�id that tncre wera two compapies itteto u :)jn.'. u third company for making biscuits. The prospect* for disposing '.if the buildinc?.and land wore goat.!. Mr. Hordialf "How soon will you come hero?" Mr. McPheraon: "Just as soon as we can gil the building up here and work slackens so the machinery can bo transferred. We wiH bejpin the building at once and .1 expc-ci we will be hero by December 1." The Mayor: "What privileges hav# you at ttie Hat?" Mr. McFberaon: "Exemption from taxation for 10 years.". The Mayor: "Are (hey noi willing to guaranty the honds there?" Mr. Mcnterson: '"'Hiere was a di�-agroeroent in council and the roattoi has become badly tangled, Time is being lost; and the delay is very injurious. We must know promptly where �e sitand, and we cannot do so theiw." The Mayor: "When in the Itet I �-ent through, the mill. The building is exceedingly'gooA-I should sey worth $25,000 to $80.0i-}�ons asstirniicc libnt itho mill would locate here no matJIer what an.v ot'hcr place might oiler. Mr. rreoman douMod if guaraintee-inK 'lK>nany .sihoukl issue .O00 per annum accoi-ding to the amount of business 'done. Conipaivd with the eastern mills which purchase our wool, a nvill here would save 5c per poun;� of btianket in freight alone, and ehi.s on an otitput of 200,000 lbs. per annum would be $10,000. AkI. Robinson: "Tho interest on the 'bonds to be g^iarantecd would be o�ly $2000 per annum. Are jou sure of a mnfket for your product?" Mr. McPheraon said they already had orders in advance to thii? amount of some $12,0(iO. Enough 'blonk'cts were so!d in the West to take their output many times over. 'Hioywould also recc-i\c thrtr share of ipovern-mcivt orders. Mr. Freetnan mode an cfTective speech. He declared t'hat ifho jgreat thing to ido in buiMing up Lctih -bridge was to geit the first lindus -tries here. These would then attract others. Lethbridge wos a 'botiter location, was better stiuatied for an induMrial centre than Calgnry or Medicine t{g so. Mayor Rogers agreed that it was a rather Itaid principle to guarantee bonds, but we needed industries and if We got a flour null and woollen mall, we would get a standing as an industrial point. Biscuit factories and knitting factories might natur-alb' be expected to follow. He did not believe the city was taking any risk. Mr. Cunningham: Every indiiatry wants to know what the city^ will giVc. Aid. Oliver; Yes, and thoit is what ruincJ niony a place in Ontario. T'lio Mayor felt the city had good protection in the mortigagky on the plant aivd buiMinga. The company wouid not got the guarantee until the mill was bt/ilt ond the plant re-niovetl. ^ Aid. nobin renmrked that the inait.sr would have to 'be decided up-om �l)y t!ie ratepayers anyway. Mr. Cunni'ng^am polntod out that Leih'bridgo was a growing lk?ld. It wa� a xiistribnting centre second to nono. It I'oukI not be excelled in its facilities for cheap 'uel and ppwer. Ho maintainod we hod to st^arti the flood of industriftl idevelojpmiient this way in order to. draw thic "ottenti�>n of Iho future in jeots noY taught by hiiu. Dr. Oalbrailh em|ihasizc'! hr.'. compk'le�l plans for lieginiwiij ! iic provincial 'lelephonn businnis !ii ijWv. The province w4il begin oixjrations by stnrlin'g in over districts which other lines have not yet- touchetl. 'I'hi! il'istriols that ijro iKMng con-sidciifxl at tlw! |>reaent timo are: Calgary to ItanlT. l.'dmonton to Llo.^vlmin.ster. I^-tWiritige to the Pass. This is doubtless but the preliminary to nvorc act'ivo work by thu v:py-ernment in this 04, the attendance in High St^ool standards remained practically stationary, in the next two it doubled, and for the next year wc expect an increase of at loa.st 50 per cent. In view of tibis, it seems to me the importance of the work demands the appointment of another tcaclter to assist with the work in standard II. 'l%is asj^istu.it might Very well 'be a lady, qualified to teach French, German and possibly Latin, a itmlly capable toacher v'ho could 'do. this work woll coiil'd be obtainod for from S60 to iS"5 per month. That a graded school may do '.ho most efhcient work; nwy lie a unit instead of a num'tier ot seporate 'rte-partmcntti under one roof, the work of each department must lie dovetailed Into both that which proce.3ds and that which follows. There must be no overlapping or no misses. T* obtain this adequate supervision and direction of^ the work 'in all grades is necessary. Such wise and efllctcnt supervision would probwbly enable the average pupil to jmss through the piiblic school course in a year's loss t-lme than ho woukl otherwi-se i-do. This is where our schools have alwa,ween u'oal(. l^o di'sciplinc ha.s always been supervised ut the proper supervision of the actual 8ch,ool Work hos always bei^n an im-poesibili'ty since the f>rincipal has always bad � class 'demanding hi.s entire time. Were you to- appoint on-other ossistant for the higher classes, 'the principal could tlion devot'3 some of lifis time to tjlie nocessar.v work. Ill most American towns, and in many Ontiario towns the principal Lsrelievod of all classes and his duties are thofie of a su|iorvi�ing bead-master. Wp -are fjot rcaidy for thoi yet, but I t.rusjl ypu >yill see youi way clear to nnftko i| beginnimg, 'tho gremt b)|)k pf ebiidren go no further than the public jschool. Thcj ought to hove the bpst, and at no time (iiould their timiirty ap|>oarcd. Our Repair Work Gives Satisfaction BECAUSE- We nse nothing but the best uiuterial. We use none bnt the best tools with which to tlo owr work. Wlien repairing a watch we inspect every pirt of it and nothing is too trivial to esciipt) onr attention. The result is we have people come antl tell ns how well thiiy nresatisfied We caii satisfy you as we have others. Our charges are moderate Lax-ets-rA Candy Bowel laxative. ' If you have Constipation. If you have � coated tongue. If you are dizzy, bilious, sallow, ach, etc., risk 5 cent* on Lax-ots. RESTAUnAVT FOIl SALE. Furniture, furnishings, slock, and ef-feolH to rim a flrst-clasa restaurant. Unq^iVre Palace Cafe between la and 12 a.m. aiKl 5 and 6 p.m. I was cured of Bronchitis and Asthma by MIVAKD'S LINIMENT. MRS. A. LIVINGSTON.!:. Lot 5, P. E. I. I vma cured of sewro aiVtnck of lUievmalism by MINARD'S LI>U-MKNT. Mahone Hay. JOHN MAUER. I was cured of � severely sprdi..iod leg by MINARD'S IJNIMENT. JOSHUA WYNACirr. Bridgowoitnr. >� GREAT CROPS. W. C. Simmons returned last tMght from Cardston. He snj's from all he could SCO and hear, (hat Southern Alberta is going to have (he 'biggest crops this year of any year In its history.  FARMING BY ELECTRICITY. Power and Lighting Seri'is _ Ijadner Farnwrs. for T Nearly ten miic's of no.w lighting and'power lines in the vicinity of Lai:liH>r in atddition to fourteen miles of iKJw 1'i'no.s from Sleveuston 'to that' town aiv to 'ln> constructwl -by the B. (,'. Electric Railway company, says tho Vancouver Province. This will mean thoit practically every farmer residing w'ithin 4 miles of Radnor w^ill have the wdvantaiges of olec-tric light in 'his 'house and cheap electric Power to run light farming machinery. LATE LOCALS. C W. Strathy, manager of the Oano'.'la Pcrmoinent, I':jdmonton, is in tho city. The l30ei>n ofiorod $70,000 for some lands ho purchased on the Arrow Lakes near Nelson, B.C. COMPLAINTS AGAINST, LUND-BRECK MINE. (Biairinoro Times.) .\niong.st other inatlers 'token tip at tho meeting of 'the miners' district unioi, was l.lio present trouble ami Condition of the Lundbreck mine and thn two following telegrams were sent out by the Board: F. B. Simit�h, ' InsfK-cior pf Alines, Calgary, AMjcrta. Mines of liirndbreck now idle fi'o men burnt receiitly, inino in 'danger -04is corclrtion, wish you would investigate at once. F. H. Shoriiiuin. John Stocks, I>oputy Mini.stcr ot Public Works, - Edmonton, Alia. Lunilhreck minp np\v idlcj owiity to gas burnipg nKn and mine l>ei!ig in dangerpiis cpnditjon. Wisfli iin -nvediote invostigatjo'fi 1>y ypur in -spectpr^, ' P. H. Shernian- FINE STRAWBEimiES, l>. J. Whitney brought into the .office today a box of strawberries that made us sit up and staro. A quart box was_ joiniiictl full with about twenty of the finest lierries thaU tsvcr gi\:w on Ibis earth. Soverol of tho berries measured 2ixZ and looktnl like apples. This is Mr. Whitney's first year with strawlierries am) "ho is nvig-tty proud of tUa product. lie growF four varieties and ithey are known as the Bisipark, Nickhomor, Sharpless and Senator Uunldps. MlMuJ's LJiUmii LiuAcnMl's FritRd BY-LAW TOMORROW. Tomorrow 'the voting on the bv-low to raise $iD,000 dc. a roll up. Best of work giiaran leed, . ' Rosidem-ft-First houm east Court House, on Baroness Road. of Canadian Pacific Ry _-- We^ern Canada's GREAT INDUSTRIAL FAIR. JDLT 2^0 29.1 Ticket* on tftle at tpceial rates, Jttfy 20 to 27, good to return until Augutt 2nd. Apply to aoy ticket ogent. el ;