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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta (From Our' Owq .Correspond etttY RTZ1KOM, Jobr' regular 'meeting of. (he council of 'the Mupl- cinal District ol Flowery Plains. No. vias held at Bltibom on the sbove date. Meeting was caJleO to order by the reeve at 10 a.m., nil be- ini present except Mr. Oitbby. Mlnutea ol tkc.lgat regular, meet- IDE read. by Hr. MacFarlane that the mlntu be approved as read. carried. The following. H. re road Irani department, SBtatetpal. affairs, ,re indl- sent patients; department, of public dejirt _ 'aded road across said per-! mission, to be in effect tor si "months. I subject to renewal, at tlifrpifjs'jre of. this council. Carried. ;i'V ;'t j ,Mr. C. J. 'k-kett appointed in district No. 6, to. Carried. Moved by ifiji't Cc Eeter- BOB be appoibieillit'pid' tomskf IB District Mo. 6. '-Carried.'' i' Moved by Mr. MacParlano that the sscreUry-Ureesurer set in tion witli Mr. Youct can and Adain caie, aad get all ticnlart that be eoveernlni what traatplred at Die that Dr. Duncan's bill be on tie also thai tbe neretary-tnuanr ob- tain a statement of facts, frera Mr. Morris.; Carried. MorM by Mr.-lrwln' that tie n-e- Uon autborWnt tie con struct ion of plank'crossings vrttb.- dra'wji.. Carried, ___. Merred by iir.'Jackion thiTPwnd Bylaw No. t being Bylaw No.. 14, Municipal District Kowtry '.'tt, to read ftrn time. Pomd Bjtew No. V Bylaw No. 14, UM. A. brlaw of DM- trict at FTowwr PHint, No. nv 1. In tbia bfttw, wEw the Tcon- tat cfiwrwite term "anl- swr means and horses; cat- tle; And poultry; i. An animal at'large shall he deemed to uy anittul .which- is not of- its.owner. which Is not under the control of the or someone acting in his be- half, either by being sWnrely tethered or; In direct or continious charge of a herder, ,or by confinement within any building or other enclosure or lawful fence. Subject to tbe provisions here insftur. contained, no person shall at any time Buffer or permit _any animal of.which he is entitled to to be at large within anr part municipal district. :4. Anyranimal at large, 'contrary to'the provisions of bylaw, may fce; impounded. Pounds shall be established and poundkeepers. appointed. 5. i legal fence shall be deemed to be': (a) A fence, of at least three barb wirea, posts three rods top wire forty-four. Inches from ground. middle wins tblrty-sii inches from ground, and bottom wire twenty Ii cbes from p-ouatf! feSce.to be In good repair. (b) The'.eipreasion lawful fence for stocks a fence with poets sixteen :fset apart, four good wires atretdied tight, top wire fifty inches IromAground, second wire tblrty-Blx Inches from ground, .fence to be two rods from any stack; fence to be-in, (ood Repair and gates closed. 7. iThe provisloDj of Sections 30! to be torm "in this 8. iTho provisions'of tbe Stray Ani- mals Ordinance, the Kntlre Animals Ordinance, the Herd Ordinance and the P.ound District Ordinance K shall cease, (o be operative within Che saiid montclpal district on the cbmfng'into force; or by) aw. 9, r4iny person infringing any of the provisions of this bylaw shall, irrwri summary conviction under Part XV. of the Criminal Code, forfeit and pay as penalty an amtmnt not exceeding one hundred dollars and costs, and In default of payment forthwith, .lifter convfttiou, shall bo liable to punish- mentfby Imprisonment with or with- outward labor for a period not ex- ceedtng thirty days, unless sucb line and cbsts, including costs of commital, are spcnar paid. Poond Bylaw No. 4 read flrsl Moved by Mr.-XaAbltt that CooncU- lors :Rabbitt Md Jackaoa be author- lied to poTChaM 3-Inch planks to floor the bridges on EtiiKqm Conlee. Carried. by Mr, IrwiD that permission bo granted to Mr. Coulter to fence off a portion of Spring Lake, west of tbo tatracUd'ii) of i Peanut d'Orlelleto'rwiilr wins on Ettlkom Cofriee, and to Mr. T. Ley, requesting 'the replAclnf ot 'uul- vert burned i> bliri between Sectjons J and 10, 5-M. Carried. bj Mr. that tbe tocretary-treuitraT the ter of ranpiclpal mi find what council hij for to'rartJeota for cms road ii tkla jnuol- dlatrlct. CaiiW. Moved by Mr. Roberta that meet- ing adlovn until I p.m. Carried. Meeting oslled. to order at 1 o'clock by Ihe the sunc coemeiTlora be- ing preeent as. !n the momrapi. Poundbeeper Henderson vresented pound book.-- t' The. court of revliion now opened; The following Is a list of appeals and man, the first-station north of Gretna. ;and then shipped the Hue. Sia- iioo agents; and 'other j of the Great. Sorthercj J raSliray were all involved in the work, Tho whiskey, it is said. kept biciJ! ,den In a water tank a't Portagq'n'util a Ir.iio camb along. At BerEinan, >rhere there is no was uu- un- ioadcif a til arraiigettenU .could b6. section men (o late il over IbVllna on their gasoiins Digger. OLLING OFF IRISH CONSTABLES BELFAST. July mem- of the Royal Irish Constabulary rere shot dead between July H and 19. .nd with the burning today of the Car- 'ooaah court-house, tie third-tourt louse In north Donegal haa Uae.-i uurned within a week. Tbe objects >t burning these buildings hare-beon 0 prevent tbe trial o( Joseph a'Dot- erty, Sinn Feio momberot parltinienj.- wbo has been.fharged wlth-sollclting subacriptibnS'-for- the Diil Elreann, he [rtsh republican parliament.- i. No Dublin- metropolitan pollc'vnien- have been 'killed men ol the force now being.unsrnied. while en duty. at K. C. Bennett. N. and S.W. 34-7-4, reduced to quarter. K.-R. Bctanler, N. Not present. A. Brdmonn, Lot I, Block Btal- kom. to A. Erdmonn. TV. 14-U-5-B-4. No ehaoee. U H. Filter, S.W..M-8-4. Not pres- ent. A J fitter, SB Not yres- enL E. C. Osrne-y, S.W. U-S-7-4-. Not present. 8. Gogolinafci. N.G. .11-5-7-4, no chaBge, and N.E. 5-8-7, reduced' to 1. Craham, S.yV, Reduced H. llalla, S. H S.B. reduc- ed to 8.W. reduced to f aecrstary. Iniiractea to cprrect the acreage In lands owned by the Hudson's Bay Co. P. D. Jackson, N.a 6-5-84. Reduced to The. secretary waa Instructed to change the assessment roll re C. Han- sen, W.'H to 0. same land. A. r. NellMo, S.W, Sl-4-8-4, and S.K. 25-4-W. 'No cliange. A. J. Oteon, S. N.B. .N.a reduced to 8.W. to P. O'Neill, NJB. 18 and S. B. Redmxxl to T. and E. Spcocer, ail 17-g-M. 'No change. emitt, Reduced to F. 'A. Stottie, NWi .No chance. P. A. Thafl. S4-4-S-4, and N.W. SM-9-t N.B., to and KW. 35 W. a Then, N.B. 3W-W, and S.B. 34-1-B4 -educed to S.W. 32-4-8-4 rednced -to -V.- Rowmlond, 31-1-9-4. N.B. reduced to IMW.- P. McKlnley, N.W. 31-4-3-4. Reiuc eel to N. M. Roberta, N.W. 28-4-7-4. Re- duced to Moved by Mr. Irwln that tbe secre- tary make such changes In the assess- pent roll aj.have been noted, in the attached lists and submitted by the Court of Revision. .Carried. Moved by Mr. that tbe Coart of Revision adjourn, sine die. Carried. Moved by Mr. Roberts (lit Mr MacWrlane Investigate road being i Dprit take feitvBut if ypure a coffee drinker, sonie feel as thou thing is nerves, (juitcofifee and USfe couple can learn from reading in PbSTUM Canadian Posttrm retirmBld loldlera in before the-Housa ofParUament, bearing potters tuci are shown In tbe above picture- cloied by Mr. Robb and report to vouncll at neit Carried. Mored by that H. Sell- berg be road overt aer for the west line of District No. 4, north of the track. Carried. _ .Moved by Mr. Roberts that tbe aec- eterrtrcasurer.- be Inrtrueted to Kiii] copy of between Mr. B.-F. Haraiei and B. L. Freed ra road diver- sion on N.W. Ii of Section 354-7-4. to the attorney-general to ancerUIn if agreements are legally binding; Carried. Moved by Mr. Rabbilt that the fol- lowing list be the proposed expendl-- for tbe current year: Roadi and bridm ____ J10.MO Machluary .f. i. COO Rent 270 Seiretary-treaturer .Auditor...: 100 Councillor' feei and ml lease for meotings 500 Councillors' fee ness concerns of the Dominion. ft) D "V' a With' in every.- Province' 'banking connoctio'ns throughout we are fit for the task of help- ing Canadian business to grow to full 1 'IT< A steadily increasing num- .ber of business men, enter' prises, workers and housa- ambitioiis young thnftypanadia us of every sort, every where getting the benefit of the strength and intimate service of this financial institution. neittst- Branii Minagcr is the best point of con Uct. With pur organization. OF MONTREAL Krirl nr over 100 )-un Mentrnl Triaf, i- excess of Five Hundred Forty Millions isvirij. Dcpirtmcatt in all Branchei V- HiatOSa.: Monwal 1- Choice BF. ROAST per Ib, 22 to 25c ROAST PORK 33c SHOULDERS OF 28c perlb-----.. 2Sto30c 3 Ib. Pad SWIFT LARD for PORK and BEEF SAUS- AGES, 2 IBs, for 45c' MORK FROM TURK QABINB1] OWING TO PEACE TERMS COXSTiKTlSOPLB, 2? Shcik-UI-lslam in cabinet, Durriuldl Abdullah Effetdi. has re- Signed bis office because'ol Ws'-ua-'-V goess to'approve the sigoicg' of; the poai-o treatr. other cabinet resls- nations are expected for the same i reason. The grand vhicr, Djmid fcrH.- Pasha, however. U appafently deter- mined to sign at any cost. dlspitches from Constan. tinoplo announced the resleuatiou from the Turkish cabinet of Djemal Pasba, minister of public and Ifahreddine. Bey. cirnlsfer of Qfjaca- llon, both member.s .ol-the Turkisb, txace delefation. J. has received Troui mem1; of tbevp.. VV.-Cauliey party !p the north effect tliat1' ,a atari on'tlic season's" opVratious Ion the interiiroylndat. AN1) BERRIES Wheat Biscuit; the thoroudW cooked wheat deliriously with friiits w. of whole wheat coiftbiitet product tKfe of real You can have all these helps on the farm TN the best lightexl farm brilliantr cleaff] ectrio light floods everyrbwtfj Cellar, stairways, stables, and other buildings at'the tbjich of a but- ton. These folks also have running water in bath- roorn.laun.dry, kitchen and turriuig a tap.; No one turha'the itparatbr.'ghridstbne, fanning mill, or "F" Ppvyer and'Light PI ant does all these jobs as quickly and easily aa' it purnps water. 'u V'' The womenfolk a re not slaves to the, wash and there arc ho lamps to fill and Plant] ends such''drudgery. They save; time and labour by an electric iron and vacuum cleaner. The fjirrrv help is ateo, work and bccpmes attached to theplace. live -under the same happy and pcrbus'conditions, Call first time you are near and learn how the "F" Power and Light Plant will and work for you, t E. A. SHARMAN CO. I H 0 A6EN.Ti 1233-1235 8. 40 UgM F.OB. i TotoMo ;