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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta .June "t, 1012. THE LETTinmnoi: DAILY HERALD For Dry Lumber and Building Material of All Kinds Call on Street 3C2 NEW JT.OCK; WELL ASSORTED: QUICK SERVICE: LOWEST PRICES General Office Boom a, Hull Block. 1'boiio 33-1 ii9 Stock POWDER, DYNAMITE, CAPS arid FUSE, BLASTING-BATTERIES PAINTS, OILS AND GREASES, RUBBER HOSE IN "VARIOUS GRADES AND SIZES, PACKINGS, BLACKSMITHS-TOOLS AND SUPPLIES, BANWELL HOXIE FENCING PEERLESS ROOFING IN ONE, TWO and THREE PLYS BUILDING, TAR AND FELT PAPER BOLTS, NUTS, COACH .SCREWS, ETC., ETC. QUOTATIONS CHEERFULLY GIVEN Wall Paper Can supplj the best papers on a continent Large variety can led I 'i stock Expei t pauoihdiigcis lo do all voile Look oier our display of papers WELLINGTON BROS. 613 10th St. S Established 189? Phone 1472 Wlion yon buy ask for matches THEY HAVE'A TRUE SILEN- NEVER EXPLODE IF STEPPED ON. NT TIP. Eddy's ,Matches have sat- isfied C.madlaira t since no others The E. B. Eddy Company, Hull, Canada ORGANIZE RURAL MUNICIPALITY SOUTH ALBERTA HOMESTEAD ERS CROP CONDITIONS L Hoer -and Ilanej kiauss, two well known and progresbne set- tlers in.6-10, south of the -Crow's line between Giasbv Lake and liou Island usilcd LetHbiidge jcslct-. nr other paint you can buy. It because of the epeeial incredient which we unite wilk otber pure materiala M weariK .ualitr. K.ti (or trnr pim, nndrlietic, unitsry, dunble, and an very ttaieep eluaee. Sold by SANDERSON HART Latimer Busi- ness Transacted by City Council Stafford Village is to'get a lialer supply at lasl Over a year ago llie Milage raised money lo laj mains through its, slreets on a prom- ise fiom Ihe c.t; of Lelhbrldge that .1 water aupnlv would be aiailalila when Hie plant was completed As a bond that Ihe village would lake a sufficient amount of waler from the to for the connections with the citj mains, the Ullage was com- pelled lo pay 10 Ibe city the sum of The Uieck foi this amount is now la the hands ot the Secrelaij Treasniei, .ind at yesteiday's meeting of the council the agreement between the cuv and the ullage latifled, and Ihe water connections will be made forthwith. Several applications for water, sew- er and light were before llie council from residents in Ihe outlying dis- tricts. These were all referred fo the Oily Engineer or the Electrical Engineer for report. The City Engineer wrote stating Ulat H wouhl he necessary-lo inslal n sewer to take care of the' drainage of the new car barns and sub-station. Tile work will cost about The "Works and Property committee .will bring in a report on the the next meeting Car Barn Tenders Withheld The tenders for the new car barn wers closed on June 1. Owing't) some change in the plans whereby thi second floor of the office porllon 0 the building is to he cut ont, the ten heen leported to him Hon ever, he was willing to meet the executhe of ind bilng In a repmt recommending some method of pnnidmg for such instances He thought that Ihe only way would be to attach a police ma- tron to the force. A copy ot the Chief's letter was oidered sent to Ihe Cult. Cluh for their infoimation Chairman Uonman, of the Finance (remittee, reported progress ori the matter of the coTiinitt-ee estimate, onu piomised that llie complete ie porl would be laid on the table at tlw icgular meetinr of Ihe council The convention of the union of Alberta municipalities will be held in the to-nn of Innisfail on a. date to be announced later The secretary was instructed to send m the city's dues as a member of Ihib organiza Jon, the fee being two (iollais per thousand of population. Regarding the re sun ey of North dera were returned, and will not he submitted for several days Chief Oillespio wrote, nsklng that the hack license bylaw be amended 1'sking.that Ihe matter, bo left in the lands of himself and Ihe Cily Solici- ,or lo bring In a draft, of the by- now in'force. His recommenda- :ion was followed. He also asked lhat a license bo tax- id all .clothes cleaning cstnblishments, or reasons already slaled through the >ress.- Stens will also be taken to grant this request. Regarding the letter received at the egular meeting of -llic- council rom Iho Women's Civic Club, cohl- laining that several cases had been eportcd to" them of young ladies ar- iving at the station being accosted by runkp.n inen, (lie Chief wrote thiu at ?asl. out? inembpr of Iho force visited very Irani which arrived in Ihe city. ixl that no occurrences had' .ethbridge, the matter was left in the bands of the works and properh com imtlee, togethei with Ihe Cilj Solid ,loi and the City Bngmeei Thej were instructed to bring in a report on the proper procedure in acquiring the ne- cessary properties, nnd otherwise disposing ol the.question. Urge C. P. R. to Hurry It is tile intention of the C. P. R. to remove their freight sheds to the west side of the north end of the ov- bridge. As the city is doing a great -'deal lo beautify Gall Park, and as Ihe sheds of Ihe company do not-form n particularly desirable back ground for the Mayor Hatch made.a motion thai Supl. Cameron be communicated with, and urged to take steps lo have Hie, buildings removed this '.summer, if possible, in order that TO BANQUET THE HON. MRJTOZIE MACLEOD CITIZENS WILL APPRECIATION OF MAN WHOM THEY ESTEEM Macleod, June 1 Stcdman, vi ho has heen visiting his daughter in the Rocheitfr llosmtal, Mmneasota has returned home and resumed tin. reins ol office. in an accident on the. G P. R dietl in the General Hospital to without recovering conscioua- ess. The of Macleod are prepar- ing a banquet for thu newly elected piovmcial Hon JSr Mc- Kenzie, previous to his to Udmonlon Mr McKcmle has many fucnds in his old constituent, who realize tuat electing him the) have done much for Southern Alberta The result-oi. the baseball-, game, Letlibudsc Macleod, seems to' a good appearance may be possible at the time of the Dry Panning Con gress.. He stated that he understood that'lho company's aim was lo'.mako llie sheda twice llie size they are now when removed to their new.1 location. The W. A. Henderson Gp.'s report on the auppiy was .referr- ed back lo the auditors, asi It is the Mayor's Intention to meet with the representative of the company today, while the stores are being removed to the new stores' building, and .the chan ges'ivlll be inaugurated while the new- stores arc being organized. Create Shops' Department A new department of the city was created, on motion of..Mayor Hatch. t will be known as the shops'- depart- ment, vyith Tlios. Niven in charge. The shops arc located In now slows in the woollen mill, and all nncliliie" repairs and. blacksmltliliig will be..douo hy this department! in ninrc. The siiperlnlcliilcnt. ot the