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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta July THE LETH BRTDG E DAILY HEIt A LI) I You can get a Lot "-for your money if you patronize firms advertizing on this page Buys 150 .feet facing street yij'.' traicilc'ili South 'Lethbridge. cash, months. This :snap will only be on. the market for a f clays. I A u Lowes Co. Balmoral Blk. For inside residential or subdivision property tee "i COMPANY FOR SALE 7 fully modern cottage, new, on. one and. ode-half lota (he locations in the Price for a few eas.v. _ Alberta Loan and Investment Limited FIFTH 1214 Splendid New Four-Room Cottage 'Bath roorn, pantry, etc., on 12th St. B. facing 'east. cash, bal- ance 130.00 per month. "North" Lethbfidge Realty Co. PMOMC Fire Insurance Money to Loan -2 lots on London Road, Blk. 129 ea. 4 7-10 acres ior ensy terms. The C. B. Bowman Agency BLOCK. PHONE UH. NECHACO VALLEY THE GARDEN SPOT OF B. C. art the government of same The Nerhaco IttUwel rich deponn, offers special inducements fAriBert... Ite many; the lajid is level, the soil li6li: ao4 extent open, .the climate is mild; the prin- rtptl tKtf on be frown without trouble wil of the richest quality. It is composed B that it harmonizing am civic le parimentB'that, could he push ed- forward. million dollars was being spent in civic' improvement; this year .and every department was busily engaged in carrying out the plans for-the completion of sam3 With reference to the engineer's de partment he had heard ol" complaints between the street railway department; The'sooner some effect ive'means is devised and put into proper 'working effect the better. Aid Adams here stated that in connection with the staking of the car barns the engineer's department made six irips in order to accomplish the work. Fol lowing this a general, discussion took place regarding the method of keep- ing, the engineering department ac- counts. '-It was .the opinion of the council that-some-.more efficient thod be found for itemizing the ex- penditures made: in order that an in- telligent understanding might be rived at. Every" civic department should have cleai and complete i e- ports jihoiunjr and how all monies been expended Aid Vd 'thoughtr-the-council revealed a slight weakness m their handling of the city's affairs. A- letter 'was read 'rom the .engineer's department stat- in? that the r expenditure .in this de- partment from August -1911 to June last was J600.000, but no objection was taken to Aid. Williamson was anxious t hair1 an effective tion- he desired whereby any defects in the city's management be remedied without loss of time "The cruv of the whole discussion appeared to point to the inefficiency of certain civic of their duties The council felt that perhaps after, all the-- wisest: course would be to bring all the heads of the due departments together and cleai 'the air of all misconceptions A Special Meeting Aid Skeiih suggested calling a spec- iai meeting1, of the; council for that purpose. The council placed itself on record, as being anxious .to put the civic administration of .the city on a sound'business basis. Regarding the purchasing department, the mayor fa vored the idea, of having only one pur- chasing agent who would have entire control of all materials purchased for the city's .nee. The city engineer's re-appointment came up but nothing was done. A The upshot of the'discussion regard- ing' the management of the city's af- fairs resulted in the carrying of be ciled at an early date at which a the heads of the various civic merits- would be asked to be prww in order to go thoroughly Into cor plaints which' have recently come 1 tight. The council appears deter rail ed to hide nothing seeme anxiou lo have the city's administration pi on a solid foundation, and in full cord with the citizens' wishes; L.iitB Critlo.ud Aid. Skftifh got after J. H. ..Flee wood for t'hat gentleman's alleged a bitrary disposition at the polls o Monday in the'gas bylaw vote. Man names had for some reason been lef off. the list, and Aid. had hi little say. along this line and did forget to add that several peopl whom he knew and who paid bar earned money in taxes- had tbei names left out also. The co-mplfatio of the assessment roll, had been worked a little loosely City Clerk Robinson explained a great many of the namer on tb< voters' lists had been taken from thi Index of the essment roll which might possibly have cAiued fects. assessor was reipon Bible for thie and steos will be-taken to nee that the matter is reined without delay. Boating Club Deputation P. J. Mclnenly and Robert Barrow man appeared before the council foi a grant for the erection of a modern club house at Henderson Lake which would be used-in connection with proposed boating and swimming club and life saving station.-' The councl promised favorable consideration, Routine Businett It, was -decided to fii.tbe milkmen! ers' license' this to apply only io small' d-ealers. J. M Ritchie was appointed to flll the va cancy on the board caused the retirement, of Dr. Galbraith. A new auto bjlav dealing with t parking olSaulorabbitei on" the'public streets was brought up but wan belt over until next meeting. This-bylaw provides for all v- tharinr drip pans free from holes .for retain ing the oil from the machines so that it--will not drop on the Aid Aird stated'; that .the- new. eight, ton caies to he located near No 2 fire ball would likely arrive in tbe city his month. Fifty new seats for .Rait 3ark will: be- manufactured by city at a cost not to exceed 'arks superintendent Mitchell uthortzed to send flowers daily from Gait park to Gait hospital. .A gaso- ine tank will be Installed at ttie city itores departhient to be-nned -for mrpoBc of furnishing gas for the mot- or cars owned bj the citv Aid Brown was granted two nionthevlwrB of absence. The report of Chiof Gilleipie for the m' ed .118 arrests with asgregatlng Stanley Chappe! a before the council and anKe'd that a aide- walk be put near his .residence in the Duff addition for convenience the residents. .Mr. Cliappei alto made a retiuest for police .protection. Third Avenue Business lots block 14 Revenue Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY Real Estate financial Brokers .OOMINION BLOCK. PHONE 11M, 100T. The H. MACBETH AGENCY LOANS, Fine INtUNANCE REAL EtTATC (HEKLOGK 8UILDINC. LCTHBRIOSI "An OW Firm of Qood Residential Site Block 128 On Car Line One Pair lots, high and level, facing car track. You know as well as -we do that this is choice property, and increase rapidly in value. PRICE One-Third Cash The Land Co. Phone 1058 McDonald Block For Quick Sale 80 acres good improved land, 5 miles from Stirling, 4 miles from fiaymorid. Price Per Acre. Good terms. 'Ajrply to W. McD. TAIT RAYMOND Offices at Raymond and Stirling, motion by the mayor to the council promised to cpntider the mit- that a special meeting of .the council' tcr favorably, t ROUTES FOR STREET CARS Council, Adopted Report of Run for the Fair ing space inside the cars. been received that achinefy made in l-'ngland for street railway tlic pcran, Limited tickets, .8 for, 25c.T igood verlising. .We'would recommend that from 6 a.m. lo 8 a.m., 12 .noon to 2 we advertise.for tenders for advertis- p.m., 5.30 p.m. lo G.3Q p.m. Color l.o be brown. 'School .tickets, 10 for 25c.t good Thc svstbm has--tiee'ii'laid out for durmc school hours lo school rhil- opcrauni; tnc lolloping routes Idrcnonh I oloi to he Bicen j Whitc or from the' Employees' tickets, in books of 3n corrcr Of Third avenue south and the1 for good at all hours. Color to _ Fifth strcei south, south.along Fifth but I he orange. slrcel south to Seventh avenue sooth. here it is doubUul if it can he got for August. Supt says with the present, p; run six cars on the. exhibition line, and that will help carry the visitors lo the fair. Yesterday a report was submitted to council outlining (lie regulation of conductors and. niotormcn, salr ol lickcts and routes for cars. H v.pas as follows jMnyor and Council City of .Employees' tiekets will be deliver-j Kast on .Seventh avenue south Reid, 'However, j ed to (he hearts of departments on sixth street soiith nt, power he can receipt of requisition signed by them. Kach hook bears a number and the. tickets arc only Rood when detached in the presence of the conductor. Transfers Trnnsffr.s tvill lie of thren ,colors Hcd for Hie Kast .linr running to i to .Henderson' Park Hlucjor the North line runniiiK lo N'or'li. Land While for the Hell line. If had been the inlenlion lo have the tick- your committee on ets and printed Aviili advrr- eleclric light and slree.t railway, beg lising on lite hack, hut owing to the to report as follows i Hmiled time at. Jispoxal, nnd tlic Street Railway Tickets 1 lint if we a few" printed Hegular tickets sold in hooks of 25 without fuivrrtisini: and Ihe halanc? for M.fiO, cood from I! a.m. lo 13 p. j with we would not he -m. Color to he bine. able to get the low rate we arc now Regular tickets, fi for good pelting for (lie tickcis. It was .from tj a.m. to 12 p.iv.. Color to he ilecidcd to run the" first Ijlac. MVar's supply of tickets1 without ad- on Sixth street south io Ninth avenue south, Kast on N'inth avenue south to Thirteenth street smilh. Nor Hi on Thirteenth street south lo Third av'pnue south. West on Third avenue south to Fifth street south. North on. [fifth street south to First avenue Kast on .First south to Kighth stree I 'south. .South on I'.'cl th slreel to point of .starling. Transfers In -he liiftrlc at corner Fifth street An'd Sixth Avenue south. Corner Thirteenth street" -Ami Third arenur south. Corner avenue, soulh and Kighth street south. Blue or Jvorth Line (rom he Depot south along Eighth outh to Third aienue south East, along Third avenue south to hirtecnth street south North along Thirteenth street outh and Thirteenth north Returning south along Thirteenth treet north and Thirteenth stteet outh to Third-avenue south' West along Third avenue south to ifth.street south. North along Filth street smith to irst. avenue. t along Fim avenue south oint of starting Transferring at the corners of Thit- street and Third avenue south, irner Fifth street and Third mth corner Eighth street south ml-Third-'avenue eolith. Red or East at'the Depot west, alon? Firsi south io Fifth street, south. South along Futh street souths to Sixth avenue south East along Sixth avenue south to Fair Grounds t West along Sixth aienue south to Fifth street south. North along Fifth street souih to Third avenue south. East along Third avenue With to Kighth ''street south. North along Eighth street soutt to point of landing: Transferring at corner Eifchlh street south and Th rd ner Fifth street south and Sixth ai- enue south corner Fifth street south -avenue .south. Wages for Motormen and Conductors 2i cents per hour for ehe six 2R1cents per hour for second six months, 30 cents per hour for the second year. per hour for the third year, and I hereafter. Molqrmrn .and; conductors ,to supply then own Ann Forms, and !hr city to! supplj hndgcs jnd hultonfe, and caps Regarriinc; opeiation, are making j rflori lo he rraih in time (6r the Fair, at Ihc only delay appears lo hp m the Crlnfrt of thfc Motor (ienernlor huT liic .ffl-.inrers have been not'ine'd tft their cojiUat-t or provide iempofatj-. st-t at, thi'ii- own evpchxr. Hcspccl fully Riihniitlcd, uomy, POWKH AND STRKKT COMMITTfeB, E. ADAMK, Chairman PRIZE ATTRAOTInhS: WOULD: rarmon Everywhere Compete for the Valuable Prtmiunu utthe International Dry-Firmtd Expoiitlan The intereat In the grand RWMP- 7 itake prliM in the grain-; olaaiet of the Dry-Farm ed Producti Eipoeltton, to at Lethbridfe, Alberta., next October, haa IncreMied and the hare likewise multiplied Rumley tractor atands aa the preqttor premium ottered for the best Hard wheat under dry-farming or where the prtd-.; pi tat ion is }MB tbtn 20" Oi where the land or any part of toe farp has not bwn irrigated durhm This premium bai great deal of atLeniioB, and en are anxious to poMeva it. While there is no other offered of alue equal to the tractor, itlll H lot ft worthy fact that three other valuable an donated by the International Harreater, or through its agenclei, and tool are attracting a great deal of Uon The Oliver Chilled Ploir donated a fSOO gang 4 furrow plow, with either stubble or breaker btKf, .o be delnered free to the winner froiB neareit ageney of the International Co of America, for beat bushel of oats groirn in Canada i n 1913 under dry-farming mottioito. Tor the of oats inywhere In the world under ng method! the International 'Htr-- veiter Co donatei a McCorraick, grtiB tinder, nod Cor the peck ef flti an l nternational currugated lacker. A HOUSE SNAP For Quick Sale Buys. A '.beautiful room, fully mod- nearly, 2 lots.; .Property. (ill Improved i-n every way and ordlng io present prices of lots arid 'of building it, "would -take 15000 o duplicate thfr beautiful home. You to hurry 'to get- it atnhli irice. HOUSES TO BENT TO The Dowsley Mulhero Co. Sherlock Bldg. 7th ;