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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 7, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta SOUR MILK IS A THING OP THE PAST IF YOU UUY A REFRIGERATOR ---FROM US--- Strong, Durable, Highly Finithed and really a necessity. See them. The Central Hardware Store G. L. VKOOMAN THREE COMPANIES Seek Franchise Eor Natural Gas Operations. ROYAL * HOTEL TABER, ALTA. Irvine & Lemon, - Proprietors! Rotas $1.50 and $3.00 par Day FREE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS TN CONNECTION The Herald's Market When you have anything to Sell or Buy, here is tho place to let the people know i WANTED. WANTED - General servant once.-Mrs. II. T. Cherry. at LOST. 'A horse, boy. branded -2- on right thigh: about 9 years old; shod II round; hair worn by harness. $10 reward offered to party returning to Western Warehouse & Transfer Co.'s Stables. WANTED. Situation as help in private fam ily by aa English woman; no wash is�. Box 405, Kelson, B. C. WANTED. At once, -twenty experienced min era and one certified Are boss at the ReMance Coal Mining Co.. LAs.-Apply at the Company's Office, Kelt anee. Attn., Tabor P. O. LOST One dark iron grey Filly, two Vean old weight about 101X) lbs Branded* �j� on right thigh Reward JL of Ten Dollars ($10.00) for return to Jesse P. Holt Raymond, Alta. Illlllllllllllllllllll I The Bride Will Rejoice At the presents she receives no matter what they may be or where they come from. But if you wish to be sure that your offering will receive theadmiringatteiition of everylxxly, get it at a jewelry store. Then you are SURE to bo right. You can't go wrong by giving jewelry, and you can t go wrong if you get it here. Everything we show yon would do credit to your judgment and good taste. We can interest you at a dollar or so, or as high as you care to go iu figures. Always trust us to have the right goods. R. A. WRIGHT The Jeweler Gas la the sole topic of re nversn-tlon cm the streets duys, and tonight's meeting of the City Council Is likely to -lie � lively one, as It ! it understood the throe proposition* for a franchise will came up for consideration tonight. Monday night's council mooting de-\c1o|hmI into n most exciting session through tho introduction of ti new proposition for n franchise from n company represented ly W. C. Simmons. They sought � 20-year exclusive franchise, and agreed to furnish gas nt those rates: During January, February, March, April, November and 1>J-ceinber nt 22i cents per 1,000 feet, and during other months at S2JC For pumping station ni�:l inunicl|>al plmvt. at 5c. |>oi J.OJO feet. The city to have the iiirkt to expropriate all tho plant at any time after 20 years "on id plant, said value to t;o arrived st i �ucr nn expropriation elotno ;n contract based on the expropriation provisions of tho Hallway Aot." If they failed, to lYml a liressuro ot at lenst 200 His. to �the square inch within one year, and to begin laying pipes within fifteen months. the frn.nohiso_J nIiohKI lapse. Yeas-Aids. ltoMnsoit, Harding, Nnys-Aids. Oliver, Adams and Me-Cltire. Aid. Dooley was In Hie chair.f The Mayor was not present. AM. flatXHtig claimed AM. Mc-Clttrc was drawti>k up a resolution ' .'t ho mis preparing a motion. Mr. Simmons wantod lo haw tho matter seUled at once, but after a Sot of discussion It was decided to hold n special meeting tonight to consider all the offers, BETTER MAIL SERVICE DISCUSSED AT HOAltD OK Til A DE MEETING. ' Tho Winnipeg Cotfuuerc+al wrote proposing to place an article concerning Lcthbi'ldge's position as a ' manufacturing centre in a special Inum'ier ot that paper. It is intend 'cd to place a copy in the -hands of every manufacturer in oorly performed, and -there is Irregularity In tho receipt of k-tters or news* f*a|s?rs. This was cnrrk�d. A communication from t�� l',* n\�o filed, whenever possible. j Simmons. M. I,. A., was Alter Mr. Simmons had ccn.ludo,!. asked to look Into the question of Mr. Ccm-tHoke for the Elcetric �rt�'�llshlng a ferry on llv? Delly rlv-Lilght Co.. which (Hid made a>r n(%nr Nolan's ranch. rrvntosK'ioiv. ^ after L. M. .1 ohtMtotv hrtd submritKd Ihs offer ot the prior council me>>ting. The Electric Light Co. submitted the following: How do you measure tho rainfall Mr. UoAVtnttu?" the Herald oskexl tho official weather observer here the olhor day. "Many (icople would like to know the method." So Mr, Uowmnn snt l�nc.k In his chair ami told tho Herald all ivlwut it. " IHn> rain that fulls In a given time is commonly expressed by the depth of the rain which, would l� nc cumulatoil on any horl/.ontnl plane surface, If ihmic of It were sulTeml to run �ff or to Isj evaporated, or to lie absorbed by the grotMwl," he remark ed. '�'IHic ordinary rain iBWifgw is essentially a vessel o|ien nt 'tho top to receive the rain, as it falls, ami having its rim, that is, the botm.lnry wltlch seiwrwtes tlto rn.'ii t-lm-t enters the vessel from the rain that falls be-yoiKl M, lying iu a horizontal plane that this separator may l.� complete, the rliu shoukl be sharply denned. . "The volumii. or tho nunvlier of cubic inches In live receiver of a rain guago hektg �scvrt�inet-lie � in oil parts of America, nnd -is a vertical cylinder o|s>n nt I he -top -to receive the rain, and connected at. Its lower |wrt with a funnel and pipe, through which tlie rain |>ossos lo a receiver lio-neath. "TIh' jirea of Its nuiUlh Is 10 s(|Uuiv indies, .so that tho depth is Regular Size, 6 ox. can 20c Regular Size, large 12 oz. can 40c. 5-lb. can, largest size packed, is sold at lowest rate. Dr. Price's Cumin Baking Powdor in a'pnro croumof tartar baking powdernsed throughout this country in prefcrotico to all others for many years. A postal card retptost to Prion Baking Powdor Co., Chicago, will bring any of our patrons, free of charge, a copy of "Mino and Ranch," a book of useful receipts and suggestions for cooking in camp, at tho mine and on the range. Whon going out. of reach of homo and tho doctor do not tiiko chances with a poor and perhaps injurious baking powdor; got the huat which we know to be DR. PRICE'S. Sold ami tvennunoiukd by Sherlock, Freeman 6* Co. The Bentley Co,, Ltd. TkeA.MaedonaldCo. E.J. Hill V Co, The Co-Operative Ass'n, Ltd. Hudson's Bay Co. simply found -by dividing the volume \dvoeate proposing advertising j ,)V m; -that is, hy moving the deeen-was recclVf.1. inl ,>olnl wm, ,,|lu.0 ,,, ,lvs |oft. UlU8 | if the volumii of rain should le lit. I A communication in regard to B1'1* jciiMc Inehw. (ho depth would be forl..*ll inches. "To correctly measure K\k\ depth of. DISTRICT MEETING NOTICE TO CONTflACTOUS. The undersignod are desirous of communicating with contractors in regard to the erection of a frame hotel at Warner. O. W. KF.ltIt CO.. Southard Block, Loihbrnige. WANTED TO It EST Addres* A furnished cottage. Lethbridge. 2�I0. tf NOTICE. All persons widehtod to flu* Morris UvMlrirks Transfer Co. will kiislly call and Mrt-ile their accounts lefoiv July 1. Accounts unpaid at tttut time will lie placed \\\ the l�in>Js of a solicitor for collection. M HENDIHCKS. HEWAItl). A Upward of Sio .-m-h will l>e paid for Informatiou kniiiing to the re-cowry of two block uukivs, hni'dod O on right shoula.v nut u hurkskiii. no IhiukIh. with iHi^� in i4u to D. Donovan. Mish leigh. Alts. Our Repair Work Gives Satisfaction BECAUSE- We use nothing but the best material. We use none but the best tools with whioh to do our wcrk. When repairing a wateh we inspect overy pirt of it and nothing is too trivial to escape our attention. Tho result is we have people come and tell us how well they are satisfied We can satisfy you as we have others. Our charges are moderate Wm. C. Liphardt Succciior 10 A. ZDUm Jeweler - Optician WANTED Situation by two chomberuiaiU. Apply at Dallas Hotel. -THE MILLINERY STOCK OF L. A. Scott Must be cleared out, regardless of cost, AT ONCE L. A. SCOTT Manager. "It is noteworthy that Leth-brXlge has been scattered over a larger area than any olh, r town -in l'unodii. having a similar population, nixl in the matter of lighting, this feature has d�-UMiKkd a much gtvuter capital expenditure mi the isirt of our c�m|KHiy than would have t*en the' com- l�ud our town -been as romiMietiy liuiK as other western ' towns. ' "WV nuIjiiiH thut no town in | Canadti hiv> reasoneihk^ cost, co*\skk'r;-ng the scntitortsl nature of our populution. "We submit that it has always been our aim to enlargt> our plant ami extend its d|x-nilions, so as to kei-p well in iKlvnnce of the town's r.e,uirwer, so as to akl ; the progress of tlw town. Their' ex- . Iienso had Uvn giv*t, Hk> scattoro.1 ( nature of the city making the outlay : unusually large. The ilinn^tors were1 prepared to horn for gas on as reasonable terms as any other comimnv. They wanted fair piny, and urged that their oftt-r shoukl te consWktvvl without prejudice. In comniittisi of the whole. I,. M. .fohnstono, Mlwm- first ofter hail started it he (xill rolling, sakl Ih> aoiild siibnilt n ih>tailcecial HK>oting held to conskl-!er all offers. | AW. McClure op|m>sian.v's proposition. Aid. Harding wanted whatowr proposition wos hest for tho city considered. Akl. ltoWnson-l was one of those THE MIKADO whom'Vt*112�r 14ixw*niso Mr- METHODISTS WILL OPES HALF DOZEN NEW CHAItOES rain, the gauge Hhou'ld l.e in an open level'space. sutllekiUly removed from fences or gs that might interfere with the friv ontrance of rain, utxl the top of -the gunge should be ; 12 itiehes alK>ve the giMiiml, ami no more, as for some unexplained cause \ a guape at a higher eK-vntkm, re-A0 per suit. THE 2 MACS On'y Exclusive Men's. Outfitters in Lothbridgo : At the annual district iiK-etlng of jthe Moiticlne Hat Methtxlfyt district the total HM>inbcr*hlp in the district 'nt Claresholm. It was reportetl that ' was 9*>.V and inctv�o�- of 1)21. I>\)i-'all purftoses tho district raised 8til, Ja.'tO. as romiHirisI with SlT.KoO ii ;yoar ngu. The district will ask the j Conference to sanction tho formation jot five new missions, (lull Ijnke, I U'lhhrklge Sceotid. Maeleod Sooth, |Lundbreek and Spring Point, j Resolutions wore passed favoring ; ehurch union amd -tlio admifKkin of ! laymen to equal HtaiKliug with inin-I isters in all church courts and con-' fert'nees. A resolution was also > passed urging -interest In local option cani|siigns. asking the government .for a stricter eirforeeiiM>nt of tin- license law, and opposing the {adopt ion of goveiinnoiit control un-l saW- of liquor. 'Phe lav delegates clectetl to represent the district at the annual conference to be held in J&lmonton next waok included 1. Cosens, Mtdlcine Hat: Dr. W. S. UaVbraith. Loth-brWIge; A. P. Grady. Maeleod; C. HotcJikihH. Chtresholm, and T. Whfte. Pinclxu- Creek. Itev. .1. E. Ht�glison. of LothiirMge, was elivttsl lo tho stationing committee. MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP KAVOItED nv w. c. ives ItOHT. SAOE AND BRICK MENJTILL OUT ItKEISE TO WOItK IE OALI' COAL IS USED. The Roscian Opera Company Will present Gilbert ami Sullivan's comic Opera AT- Oliver's -ON Wednesday, June 13 ->� Reserved seat sale opens Thursday June 7, at Higinbotham's drug store. Prices $1,00. flOW TO IIHEAK L'D A COLD It uiuy -ho a surprise to many to learn t-hut a sevore 'coW "can bo broken up iu one or two days' ifclme. The flrst s-yinptoms of a cold are a dry, loud cough, a profuse watery discharge from the nose, and a thin, .vhita coating on the tonguo. Whon (^lianibeiiain's Cough Itemady is taken every hour on -the. first appearance of itheBO symptoms, -it countor-uots the olTect of the cold and restores the system to a healthy condition wiuhln a day or two. For sale by all -druggists. Conybonre was another, but we woro not allowed lo go ahead. Mr. Conybaarc-I have nover �vu*-LJoll K'"cc tlwii. Two years ago I got 5*;$lo,oi)o together. Aid. Oliver thougiit t-l�e offer made iiy.Mr. Sinunons was tho only defl-jnim protmsltion. and it nhoukl bo accept(�d. He oppowxl the Electric Ught fo.'s offer, unit nuid Mr. .lohn-stoni-'h vropo�it>lon W�R not delVnlte enough. Aid. Hobliison--How many Loth-bridge citi7�ns are in your com|tany. Mr, Conyboara.' ' Mr. Conytieare-Thirty -five. Aid- Robinson-And iu yours Mr. McClureV Aid. McCluro-You moan the com- pany for which Mr. Simmons sjK. m MlMtft Mal�Mt to mN by Pfcy i Editor Lothhridge IK-rnld: Sir.-Tho quest hm of natural gai t-eeniK to \*' to the front Juwt now, nif.l through your kindness I txg to be allowed to aiklress a few words to our ratetmyem, at the risk of l*e-ing lernxd a gi'iiorator of more gas.i 'llirve of our most estimubk* lego I firms have presented to our representatives, the aldcniati. npplicatioiiM for the securing of an exclusive gas franchise. That natural pas e.\i�ts here was imslilwly demonstrated some years ago, and from the good repute enjoy �nl hy Mr. Conyleuiv. Mr. .lohn-htinu- uikI Mr. SimniiHiH. we must  oncitide thut tls-ir i-evcral clk�nts nr.- men ol un lnu'>l. d n-sp, nsil ility nnul nlik-rim>�i were IoimI iu expressing tholr atlherenco to i this principle mIu-ii sivking our support; now is theTT tippoeiunity to put their convictions of that time in practice. Ijet us ma'it* the necessary ex|ienditiire on discovery for this splendid asset ourselves, and if found, let 'the city ratepayers own it, run it. and got every -U'm'flt l-hi-iv i� in H. Ia�X thert� lie no franchise to any private corpora Hon. Yours Truly. W C. IVES. ga#aat*#a$>t>fl>#�>^�#��>###��####*��#a#�*ft*aaafl>B I For Farm Property Plenty of Rain, Sufficient Sunshine Marvellous Growth For Town Property C. P. R. Works and Shops, High * Level Bridge, Subway, Numerous ' Buildings We have 155 acres, 5 miles from town, at $750, terms. * | We have 240 acres, '.i miles from town. $olXK) improvc- i . nieuts. only fttOOO, 20 per cent will handle. J j Come iu and talk to us alxiut other properties. J SPECIAL - a New Cottage well painted and lim'shod south , ! of Redpath street, one block from Rotiiul only, $1I"�U. J ; Set* us for other Town pro|iertics. O.S.KNISEL-Y J | w\gfiit North Ainurtcaii Laud Co. J ; LETJIBRIDOK OFFICE, ONE IXM)R EAST FIRE HALL t Alitor of Tiio llcrnkl: Sir.-Wlio-tover your own opin-.t-ns on the gas franehiso quuh-tion, pW'ase grant mo space to make an np|s>iil to my fellow cifiKHis. 1 Implore tn�,ml owivi-ship preliminary tests at municipal co*t; they %ti\l foivver regix-t it if they don't. A laJiyrinth of words oti ttio sub-jeot is umjewsaary, uwl only creates cheap gas. I vet us |MHition tliu council to freeze out ibo Hig ii. Yours, Etc.. HOHEftT SAOE. WHEN YOU HAVE ANY PRINTING TO BE DONE, LEAVE YOUR ORDER WITH NOTICE. ITIE LiqiOlt LICENSE OUDIN ANCE, DltOVINCE OF ALHEIITA. The fallowing applications for Uk-renewal of hotel Ucenoes will -l*i con-sidernd by -blvo Hoard of License ConiniissUmmh at a mooting to l�.-heid at Lothbridgo on Tiu-wlny, duty and, 19(1(1, at it o'clock p. in.: Messrs. Irving and Lemon, of Tabor, 'for an*'hotel license in respect of the Koyal Hotel, situate on lot 0, block 40, Talior, and Joseph DcMibs, for on hotel license in respect of the Union Hotel, sltu-a>to on lots � to 13 (both ineliwivo), block 18, Tal�or. . Dated art Edmonton, this 2nd day of June, 1900. S. 11. WOODS, Deputy Attortmy General. The - Herald And get the Finest Class of Work at a Reasonable Figure ;