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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 12, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta The Paiiit to have when You Have to Paint The Only P-iint in Town Worth Buying. People want good paint. We sell no other kind. Try it when you paint. The Central Hardware Store 0. L. V ROOM AN ACCEPT PROPOSITION City te GwnMw festt for the Wnttffl Mill* BOARD OF TRADE LETTER. "That tho City Council .be nskiMl to submit a by.law to the rateiwyors to guarantee first mortgage delx-ii-tures, hearing not more th�nt *> per cent. interest, |>er annum, on the lands, buildings Mid pknnt of the Woollen Mills Co. to the extent of 40,000, providing the font roll i ivg' Interest .in the company '!*' In t ho hand* of' Lcthbrklge stiatchofclcrs und its offices and work* l>c situated in LothbrMge." I givo below tho amount of assets on which the mortgage would lie given: Land ami buildings in Medicine Hat ..........................$3.1.500 Machinery, plant, etc........ 28.1B0 Land ami btilkMngR in Lebh-�bridge ............................ 25,000 WHEN YOU HAVE ANY PRINTING Total .............................$70,0.10- Less Depreciation in value of plant Cost of removal 8.300 fi.OOO Total not security $ 8.500 $otua�. TO BE DONE, LEAVE YOUR ORDER WITH The - Herald And get the Finest Class of Workat^RcasonablcK LOST ()n� dark iron grey Filly, two years old. weight nltout luT*l lbs. Branded m^ on .right thigh. Reward " of Ten Dollurs (S10.m�l ^ for return to lussu P. Hol.T Raymond, Aha. LOST. A horse, bay, branded-2- on right thigh; about W years old; shod nil round; hair worn by harness. S10 reward offered to party return-ingto Western Warehouse & Transfer Co.'s Stiibles. IT HAS COME TO STAY The new C. P. R. depot on south side of truck. Invest now in a few lots on Cousins Harlow Survey. Choice lot* on North side also. 2000 acres finest fanning lands in Canada to select from. RANCH TO LEASE. Sundial Williams ranch on Lit'tlo How for wile or to kin*-, tieuluis at Hunk of Coiiunercu. the Par- > IjOST. Gray horse. branded C 1' on loft shoulder und figure ."� on left thigh Hay 'horse, branch*! I*, on left tihigh with one white foot behind and little white on 'tho nose. $20 reward. Deliver the horKe� at Elenor Foot Office Owner. Will .Tneobson. HOUSE MAID WANTED. Geo. C. Millar Real Estate TABOR ALBERTA OITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION AM. Robinson and Harding moved the following resolution: "That this council in in favor of accepting the offer, of Mr. Mdlieraon of the Medicine Hat Woollen Mill to move the plant to Ieopl� providing for the same on condition that: An agreement can he made which will place the control of the company in the hands of LethbrUlge men, that tho plant cannot nt any time be removed from Let abridge that at least 30 employees be employed regularly and the milt run continuously and that the l-onds run 20 years and bo securid by first mortgage on the plant, provkfcxSthat the plant to he established In Ijeth-brldge shall have a value In tmlUl-toga and machinery of $4fi,000 ami that the mortgage also cover the present buildings and lands in Medicine Hat. The woollen mill proposition was preaented to the City Council by the Hoard of Trade in the above communication and the sentiments of the Council were uxprvkwd in the roso -luiion. also above, which was n-dopted. in addressing the Council W. C. Ives emphasized the fact that the goods turned out by tho Medicine Hat Co. were pronounced by Wtnnl  peg wholesalers, and men of ex -perienoe like M. Harford and M. Young to be unexcelled. Mr. Ki n profitable undertaking. Cash ��� ] required to operate K. $3.1.000 to I buikl here, $5,000 more for coxt of moving, $35,000* .to buy wool nod operate it till payment (or the go^ds came in. If it came to Lvthhridgo, it must he subject to tho control oi Lvthbridge stockholders. It shoukl also bo subject ttt an agreement to stay here. It wouM employ from Uo to 00 hands. It would handle from 200,000 to 000,000 lbs. of wool. It .IU1N HANDS WITH MR. MITIl. NAIS place for a woollen mill. Hut if we guarantee these lw>nds will It not lessen by so much our tegil p..wer to Issue city debentures for other purpose*? Under t.he charter we enn n�ls would afTecl the amount of new delvnlures tIk* city can Issue, ll was not proposoil to issue city debenture* but that the Woollen Com pany should Issue l)elit\ircs of its J own, which debentures the city wouhl endorse. AW. Iloblnson wantcrsoiml liability of the directors. The city's mortgage woukl be the Ursa lien on all the assets set forth. The overdraft waa a matter �Iwtween , thv l>ank and tho com|tany which in ikj way affected the security offered the city. AM. Harding wanted to know whui I profits tin- mill would earn. ' Mr. Mel*horsoii presented a state-| meirt which showed estimated profits of from *8.00t) 'to $lU.O�Xi |>er annum according to the amount of 'business done. Cotnpaivd with the eaatern mills w4tich purchase our wool, a mill here would save 5c per |h�uikI of blanket in freight alone, awl ehis on an output of 200,000 lbs. per annum would be $10,000. | AW. Hobinson. "Tho intorest on the 4>onds to be guarante�.*d would be only $2000 i>er annum. Are jou sure of a market for your product?" Mr Mcl'herson said they alwwly had orders in advance to ths amount of some $12.0nO. Enough (blankets were soW in t -ing here. They must show rhat they tntwnselvea bad some conlWIence in th�> natural advantages o( !>ut he did m�t U'lievo in the principle of guaranteeing bonds. The iMiiJiness should Ik> run ot\ business principles. Mr. Cunningham remarked that thv i l>thbridgi.> wanted industries,It must ! offer some inducements. (Mh�r cities ! were doii>g so. Major Itogerx ngrewl that it was a rather IhwI principle to guarantee lM>nds, but wc tM along the line of commercial work instead of languages. It. was decided to engage Miss M. II. Moody, HA. of Halifax. N.S.. n graduate of Dalhousio University for the new position with Miss I'Vlith II. Ellis as second choice. She will be ..'Voiv! n salary of $05 per mon'h LETItimTtKIM TO THE 1WSS. 'IVIepliotJO tjine Projected by Algeria GoVcMtmenl. (Calgnry AllwiUnn.) The Alhei'ta nxlmlni9tr.itI n lies completed plans for heglniiiirt 'tie provincial 'telephone husin'iis ;u i,n>thbridge to the Pass. This Is doubtless but the preliminary to more active work by the go.v-ernmenl In this ditvctlon. The Man Behind THE GUN W. W. HANDFOR.D, Photographer. Lnto with Steele &� Co., Calgary Htudio'now open next to Bank of Commerce, up stairs. CLOSE OF THE ASSIZ.ES Judge Scot't Finislieii working assiduously. Last year 4t will bo remembered that tho urriingi'inents of the excursion were raggixl in the extreme. This year th. Hoard is taking tho .unite. 'i|> with Mr. Naismith tho maaa^nr of the A. It. ami I.-tho one man irgs tif which he waa entirety muirenl This year wo have our ejus oiwn and we intend to make Mr. XaliliuUi our first lieutenant. It is fcl*. that >f the Excursion is arruugud thioin-l him that more satisfactory treat  intiit will >Im accordivi tha viwitors from tl�o soutli country. At. any rate the local Hoard will send a dul-ftfiite to interview Mr. NaiKniith ami HihI out from him, what can be done. ALVIN O. RICH Managing Southern Alberta for tho Pelham Nurseries Of Ontario, is in town for ten days. 1 have treated Lethbriilge people right for five yours, and am here to tlo it again. Our trees are yielding apples in Magrath uud Cardstuu. Don't you want some of the suine kind? A TOADS LONG FAST. rote, no tax-exempt ion or free site, but wlbhtd the Council to submit to the ratepayers a by-law guarantee  ing bonds. Mr. Mcl'herson the repreH'ut.itive ot the Medicine Hat Co., remarked that if this mill came another in  dustry would follow winch woukl employ 50 hands. E. A. Cunningham estimated th:it tho Medicine Hat building andgroun.t would sell for $30,000 which could be used to retire a portion of th> bonds. Aid. Oliver wanted to know what guarantee there was that the company would bo able to sell the M.-i'i-ciao Hat property mt> that price. Mr. McPhcrMon said thut in. iv were (wo companies th mjdi >r-Pom ilia buHding* would ully lit. expeeted to follow. He did not iK'hi-ve the chy was taking any risk. Mr Cunningham: Every Industry wants to know what the city will give Aid Oliver: Yea, and that is what i ruin .I many a place in Ontario. 1 Th.* Mayor felt the city had good protection in the mortgage on the ' pltint and buiWingH. The company I would not get the guarantee until ; the mill was Wilt and the plum rc- j move building and land wore ^oikI. Mr. Harding'- "How soon will you come here?" Mr. Mcl'herson: "Just ss *oon as we can g"t the building up here and work slackens so tho machinery isu bo transferred. We will begin the building �k once and I expect we will tie hero by Decemftier 1." Tho Mayor: "Whot privileges haw you at the Hat?" Mr. McPheraon: "Exemption from taxation for 10 years.". The Mayor: "Are they not willing to guarantee the �bonds there?" Mr. Mcl'herson: �''There was a disagreement m council and the matter has become badly tangled. Timc is lieing lost; and the delay is very injurious. Wo must know promptly where ve tf.and, anil we cannot do so there." The Mayor: "When in the Hat I went through the mill. The building is exceedingly good-I should hey worth $25,000 to $30,000. There is a beautiful plant working smootihly and turning out a Ane produot. There should bs no question as to the location. The wool la here and tho market is here. Lothbrldge is an ideal fucililies for cheap fuel and power He uiuiuluiao.i we had to start the flood of industrial development this way in order to maml her 'being placed there, where there should be a class of lli'tivn or tvculj in atandand 1 would suggest that at Westminster one of the teachers Imj Myltsl ns-siHtnnt ward principal and that she lie held responsible for the general dim-ipline of the .schoiils., As you will see by the accompanying' report during the four yours IU��l to 1U0I, the attendance in High School standards remained practically stationary, in the next two it doubled, and (or the year we ex|>eet an increase of at l��ast ftO |m-r cent. In view of this, il wvins to iik* the importance of the work demands the ap|Njintment of another u>aehcr to assist with the work in standard II. This axstisl'i it might wry well lie a lady, quulified to teach French, German and pon-wibly Ijitii). a really capuible teacher vtio could do this work w.>ll couhl be oblulo.-(i for from $0o to $7."i |h-r month. That a graded school may do 'hej most etllcieut work: may lnauh department must ho dovetailed into both that which proceeds and that which follows. There must �be no overlapping or no misses. Tit obtain this adequate supervision uud �direction of the work 'in all grades is necessary. Such wise and elllcient sii|K'r\Isioti would prolaoibly enable the average pupil to puss through the public school coursu in u year's less time than he woukl otherwise �do. This is wheixi our schools have alwuM,'t'� weak. Tlio discipline has always been supervi**.�d hut the pm|k-r suiiervision of the actual school work has always Ihvii an im-nosaihility since the al has al ways had a class al could tlien devote some of Uih time to the isx-essary work. U\ most American towns, and in many Ontario towns the principal is relicvod of all classes und his duties are those of a KU|torviai>ng Ik-wl-master. Wo are pot ready for ihut yet. but I trust you will goo yum way clear to mako a boginntittf. The grea-t bulk of our children go no further than Ihe piriilic school. Thej ought to have the 'best, ami at no time should their time l� wasti*!. liKtge Scott in pronouncing s�vn-tence upon the men. charged with creat'lng a tuit.nnce at the mines, said that the men had a right to cense work themselves but they had no right to Interfere with meir who wanted to work. Tho �ntences in nuiNt. of the criminal coses wetv giv. en 'In Inst w�vk's Herald. Geo. Starrhud ami Joiin Tarilechy fouo.l guilty of common iis^uuK were senteince�.l to snv�* months at M'UcIihkI. John StorchiKl was ac-tsvl. The clmrge of nssauIt aguieon sitting here this week, Judge Scott presiding. There was quite a I urge criminal docket and in every case except one "guilty"wns the plea. Apart from small debt cases the only ii�i|Niriiint civil actions were: June Hrudshnw against J. 11. j ll.M'ie. overseer of the Magrath ptib-, lie school district, claiming illegal jstH/.ure of cattle for taxes. Owing to ' a request to ameml the statement of eluftn the s-t at emeu claim, the case was hekl over. Mr. Hyrie to |�y the costs. Illy th and Fargo Co. vs. A. H. Marshcssnult. JiKlgcinent by consenl for $1727.27. Stanley TnlT vs. L>thhr. Steam l.nuodiy traversed euir Vanderwoort. a case set nr FaniK�rs. for Our Repair Work Gives Satisfaction BECAUSE- We use nothing but the best material. Wo use none but the l>est tools with which to do our wc rk. When repairing a watch we inspect every pirt of it ami nothing is too trivial to escajs1 our attention. Tho rt'Htilt is we have people enmo and tell us how well they are satislted We enn satisfy you as we have others. (>ur charges an; moderute Wm. C Liphardt SucMiiot lo A. Zllliax Jeweler - Optician PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Notice to Stock Owntrs Nearly ten mik-s of new lighting and'power lines in tho vicinity of IjnUner in nK-klltion to fourteen miles of ik'w lines, from SI,,veiv.ston to that iowii ni^1 lo i�i ronstriict�il by the next | ll t". F.lectric llailway company, say* th,. Vancouver Province. This will mean that prnelicnlly every fi,i mer residing u'ithlu I m tier w�ill lvnv trie light in his house ami clstip electric power lo run light farming machinery. Notice is hereby given that on und after the First day of July, lUOti, the joint oHiee of the Recorders of Brands for the Provinces of Alliertu and Saskatchewan' will be situated at Mcdiciiiu Hat, Alberta. All communications in connection with brands should after that tlate Is- addressed tn the Recorder of Brands. Medicine Hat. Alliertn. . . . .... Money sent in payment of fees .lien of Had-1 should Im> remittetl by postal note, the advantages of dec- i money onler or expn'ss ordermaile ' pa.vable to the Recorder of Brands Medicine Hat. I f cheques are sent they must be certified oy the bank on which they are drawn and the necessary exchange must be included. RECORDING OF BRANDS IN BOTH PROVINCES. Persons ranging cattle in the vicinity of the inter-provincial boundary (tin- Fourth Meridian) when apply ng for brands should, in onler to protect themselves, also apply for a record of the same in the Province of Saskatchewan, which may lie effected on payment of nn* additional fee of $1.00. (itxirge Hurconrt. Deputy Minister of Agriculture. Department of Agriculture. Provincial (lovernment Buildings, Edmonton. Avta. LATE LOCALS. the is in | ('. VV. Sinn by. manager of | ('ano-da I'ertiuwK'iit. Iklmoittoii. I the city j j The IhkI.v of IV.hel Fleet wood hus I iwit yvt ls-�>n recoveivvi, 'though dil -: igout Koiireh is being made. j I Mr. IIuiiiiiioikI. of Minnoa|k>lis. who has some interests here was in town on Sunday It is uiKlerstoixl he has U>'n ofleml $70,000 for some lands he purchasid on the Arrow l^ukus mmr Nelson. U.C. lA�-ots-A Candy llowol I-axativo-It you have Constipation. If you haw a coated tongue. ]f you uro dizzy, bilious, sullow, ach, etc., risk 5 cents ou lax-ots. COMPLAINTS AGAINST. LISD-IIHECK MINE. IItlnii'inore Times.) Amongst other mutters taken up i't j the uicoting of 'the miners' district ! uiiioi, was the present troubki unM condition of the Liimlbreck inin.'inul the two follow'ing lelegranm were si-nt out by th,, Hoard: en- i F. II. Smith. * lns|Hftor of Mlni-s, Calgary. AUierla. Mines of Lundhreck now kilo fi,-e iihsn 'burnt 'recently, mine in *-i in dangerous comlitioii. WisJi im -mediute invest igaliop 'by your >n -sis'ctprs F. II. She|'|l|0|l. 1 was cureil of Bronchitis and Asthina by MIS'AHDS LINIMENT-MilS. A. LIVINGSTON.:. Lot .1, P. E. I. I was cured of ko>vm>o al'iack of HhoumatiHlll by M1NAHDS LtS'l-MRNT. Maliono Day. JOHN MADEil- 1 was cured of a severely sprai led leg by MINAIIDS LINIMENT. JOSHUA WYNACHT. Ilridgewotor. WM. SHAW 1 Painter, Paper I lancer, Decoratur, agent f,,r Empire Wall Papers, from .V. a roll up. Hcst of work guaran ' Iced. Ileslileiiie-First house en st of 1 Court lluiise, on Huron-ss ltoud. RESTAURANT FOH SALE- Furniture, furnishings, stock, and effects to run a first-class restaurant. Miwpriru Palaeo Cafe between 10 and 13 am. and 5 and 0 p.m. GREAT CROPS. W. C. Simmons returned last rtiglH from Cardeton. Ho s�ys from all bo could see and hoar, that Southern Alberta is going to have the 'biggest crops this year of any year in its history. FINE STRAWHEIUti.ES l>. .1. Whitney brought into (he office today a box of strawberries that made us sit up und stare. A qunrl' box was Jammed full with aJniut twenty of the finest Jerries thatiwer grew on this earth. Several of the iHurieh measured 2^x2 and looked like apples. This is Mr. Whitney's first year with slrawlierries and he is migttty proud of his product. IK. grow* four varieties and 'they are known us the liiwuurk, Nickhom.r, Sharplcss ami Senator Duiilojw. Miami's Llsliscsi LHastrsiasiFricss BY-LAW' TOMORROW. Tomorrow tho voting on the bylaw to raise $40,000 debentures for waterworks extensions takes place. Canadian Pacific Ry Western Canada's GREAT INDUSTRIAL FAIR WINNIPEG JULY 23Jo 29, '06 Tiekctt on sale at special rates, July 20 to 27, good to return until August 2nd. Apply to any ticket ogent. ;