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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 14, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Stove Simplicity Some stoves need as much poking and urging as an " old-kate" horse, Such stoves waste fuel, waste time, spoil the cooking, exasperate the spirit and make the whole household go wrong. All that kind of bother and delay and disappointment art unknown where they use a THOUGHT RjINGE So simple a child can operate it. One damper heats the oven ; another increases the fire ; other dampers so check down the fuel consumption that a fire-box of coal will last from twelve to sixteen hours. When you want a hot fire in a hurry, this stove will give you one in five minutes. A little girl or a little boy can be taught to operate a Happy Thought Range without any trouble. Every Happy Thought burns coal or wood. Ask your dealer about the simplicity of Happy Thoughts. Write at once for our illustrated catalogue-free. WM. SUCK STOVE CO., ' LlmlUd BraatUrd Monlnil Wlanlaag FOR SALE BY- CITY MAY OWN. The Natural Gas that is Found CITY COUNCItlicMS TO FAVOR Municipal Ownership in Preference' It Ivgins to look Vikm nil olToi'l en iK-hfllt ot tih�? iiiiMtloip.ilpty to I i-ro for gtis and o|wruU' the |>iwn, .f discovery is nuv;li\ 'l%in,n took a mrn Ihnit way at Tlutwtln.v ovohIiik's- *pi'r-iul movMng of tho couikmI. A l ig (.rowhlllfl(>ll As >nK>ii �s t-lw> council ttSNcntblrtl, t\M the members Ixmiijj present, with uolr-io liljjlvl Co. If Uto witter tiroyo-sltilons lead not twit iwwle. Mr. Slnutiotvt wiM >lt wos now lo forintilni^ � ,Malposition and ask 'tiho nlllYtmttt coinjmii-i�� if Utoy woukl ncccpt It. Air. .lohiwlono wanted to itnve Die proiKisMlons" consfcteroil tli.-y stood. It was unfair, atwr .'iv!!�� full tliM'rtils, to haw* iMr. HIiiuimhh to n.ik for 'the privilege of mnklng mi oltcr ns �ooil ns his own. H�* rnli-rtllrtl l-lti* Iilwi il'hwt Klivtrii' I light Co. ootiWI not 'give (Ml ii of tn IMuat* llhd�*l>An u|i�ii(>ii on t'tii'ii' jiropOHilion without IU rnviIC VpcrillOn ,,.,,,,�it�g IMr *haMmkk>r.�. Tho � . .. .�liivi'tot' I�i plnn isonio ivs|�wl8, tn�;k>rl>hl Mr. Hlni-nudis' oftiM', Inn the KWolrie lU^hf lt\>. now lute- . foro t*it� council. Mr. Simmons-I am pivjwnvl to moot Mr. �loliiiJrtoiw's proposition. Mr. Johtuttone-Is Mr. Simmon*' proposition''tn In; mine1? , Air. MilllltHMMI-It Is U'l'tlM'. U Air. I'Vcvnuaii 'to Mr. .Iiriinstom- \low long diU yon have to get jinir Mr. r'twiimn niuioiincorl UtHt h> fell eho lOlcotiic t.lgltt (.'ouipitny ooukl imiUc n proposition lint-woukl lin tmtttinlly sntlsfnclory Hi all north*. I buHsve MliVAUU'S UNlMtiNT will euro t'Vci'.v i'iiw.' of IM|>lM)nP|1,,1U.0 Rrowih of liuir. us coitkl lviu�.l ' ,,. k , . ' * , . llo rtKlmltltil iUlii'1 ho Ivnd, in MUH. I HAS, AMlK ItHON. Slnnk'.v. P. K. | I In-Hove MtNAItp'S MVIMKN'T is the In1*! hollst'liold ivmoily oil .'ili'tll. MATTIIIAH |.'�>I.I'-.Y. Oil City. Oi�t. II It Hick & Wakki.y Dunr Sirs: i receivedi' sluvc wliitili 1 hy from you (nlrito but for why don't you hcihI mo no feci. Wat is tie use of tip slovo wlirn lie iloii'l lm\l> no f�;ct. 1 am lose to ninny customer sure tiling by no luivinjj; tie feet and tints no very pleasure for me. Wlwil is do mailer wid yon.' ts not my trade money 'a so good like another man's. Yon lose me my trade. 1 am very anger for tlmt ami now I tells you that you are a dam fools and no good. I semi yon back at oneo your stove to-morrow for sure because yon are such n dam foolishncas peoples. Yours respeetftittee Since 1 write you tliis letter I liml do feet in I'Acnse to ni". �� TENDERS FOR FIREGUARDS eho exception of Akl. DooUy. *lii', __.:�.,., \V. (* ' SSfttilti/ttta line )>tv�Ukl�l . iti tm. > * * HUAI.KI) TIONDKUa, n bo-:v"Xt this point Mnvor llojpors nni�lo ivivivoil up to ihm>ii Moiulny, .lime half of his rlkts, and �taUxl tnoti|t 1)lowl inteivsrting sp-jwh in i\�h�. for ploUghtii'^ tho folMw-whilo they hail oriKinally nsko.l forito V|st Ik- Iwd recently pai.l in lug llregimrds, which in enso of iv-n 20-yeur frunehis.>, they wore f'lo- MlViil.i,no u,\ when he li.nl' insp.-i'le.l PloiirfhinK or ln\cks.�it.ii�K, slloiil.;! I,. Iiai-ed lo take loss. He wild tHo-!j}1(, nwturn) was" svsiem. Mo first i pl�v\tgh.nt to the full w i4th of Mio ei-pnees were luisod on those in foico I i|>loll ,,., ,lm \iw ,,,, NVM(, ,iug ininul guiu-.l, ni�.l of siillliloiit i-i-pih ut M.sliclm� I kit. !,,,. wells wasth- men who lu*.l " t.. At. folin�loiK> nrgiusl iJui.t lie 1 mn�|(i t.h;!> test Ihw some years ago. had asked the coinieil if Uk-.v ,vere||( ,..,�( $i,-)00 to pi|�e ami complete-i pivpnr.�.1 to consider nn olTer tor n|y outfit a well. In explaining Uio j franchise, bin 'he hail not Ihmi Riveiij^^i 0( Um>'gas to -the people, Mayor ;an aliswvr. At tho Moi,vl�y night -' p0|�>su>r. �ho puhlisho.! the Me.licino jiiKvllng. an effort was made to n sh nnl Xi'ivs, snW n t'>.ihe woollen mill t\ l'J*i horse power the council: it) immediate nuinkip-!engine wns operattsi at a cost of al undertaking (->). postponing i�'- 1 SiV. n il.i.v. Medicine was-noi giving tion till rendy'for munici|�nl under-jits gas at cost either, as'tl>..'�),oeo, .m�,l only Sl.ooo was :ln i'iit anil cover \^sl llallwiy In TowiMliip V to Holly Itlver in i'own-' ship lo, anil also from the \\ V. cornor of Townslilp il-'JO-l, rimtiing straight east lo liivgirird L'i TO. Approxinin'to lengUi 111 .nilos. : 'JUS 1.-Hacksotting tlivguai>l from itelly Uiver to I.Htle Itow Hiver, nh>i>g west side ot Hnngvi DJ. A|i-proviiimte distance 'JDJ miles municipal ownership la-tor on. seeuiiHl .p.-ii^'d to operate it The rate atloO.-Ploughing ilroguard on the liest. rnl�NM iinnii-dki'to notion wore � charged to private houses in sunun.M' taken, towns wrth natural g�s ahiihI VVns lTJc. |n>r I.eiMi (wi: in aimer. | attract industries we chottkl got He , siibmit'tod an offer in detail, vhic!� i llxexl the price for ti>.lustrlos nt .ihnti! (half th�t ot tho Simmons offer, and had numerous adianineen. j His proposition. !:> sa.iit. woiid j give the city a pro (it-sharing ,iart Nj member of the council was .lire.-t l> or inrdii'eet l.v *ieiv�t�vl in lis proposition He domamkxl iK'nring tor his compary. ,M. Kre�>n�an pn-sented ihe case fi.r ; tin? KIe>l by 22Jc To the IikIiisIlies tho\ piv.> a rnito of oc a 1.000 foci. "If we �iv not in a position to do the same ns Alediein..' lint." decliuvd the Mayor, "we might a� �ell coii-skk�r oursHws oui of t>he race for industries." . The .Mayor poioiod out thet the pri-fit. �k'rivivt from natue�iUI^>� Inst yuir fair nt Modicine Hot was *'Jit.OOo, (>m| this yoar H mighutting up a now i-'.ty hall and ivineiu walks, which tVo natural gas revenue wns pu.ting f. r. Alayor Kogers considonvl the natural � - - - � ,M ,|. G. L. VR.OOMAN LETHBRIDCE, ALTA. "I think we have natural guw here. In fact it has Isvn s�vn Iturning h. re. but wns hardly touehod*' said the are aide to We o.i n save How is Your Watch Runningf Is it always fast or slow ? Never quite on time? lVr-haps the watch is capable of very accurate running, but it is not in .perfect order. You know the tiny mechanism of a watch absolutely demands that each of the dozens of little parts -springs, wheels, jewels, etc.-be just right, or good timing is out of the question Watch Repairing Always has been a hobbv of ours.'to do the best work possible. W. J. Armstrong! JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN. * : KOOTENAY j MARBLE I WORKS a numlier of U�thbrMgv iih*ii ,t 4.'n B"s worth *l,000.0(Hi a >ear to outlay of *7-J "on. ond tlvy had tn- kdne Hat aided the city to toast of porn-,)* the lw�st pow-r and eh-etrie ligh'ing set \ ice in the went The same HI-, /ens w�'iv more or less int�'iv�ti>rt in Mayor. "1 think we cver.i in.lMrv in l.oihbrklg-. ,nl ;h.v 'nwke a ti'st tNto.l in e\ery Ming m-verol huiuliMd feet hy (;oing i.i ;'.�e that tewlail to the n.lvanoein ..�t of f'^'1" Attorn arel hinkine a well.'" crt.\'s inierests Amidst apfdaiise, Uio AI;i>or ;.io- :Vet. when we write to-the �it\ clainii'd, "Natural gas is too rid, a council tt�k.i>g only for coit.sk.k>r,|Jon heritivge to gi\e away. If we are tot of a proposal to do southing on � rtiinneially strot>g �noiig4i to make a our own part fhi*t will l.e in t'he ;>en called a city." hundud Justice and e.pial op|mrt>utrty j Mayor Itogers thought Mr. fre-! wv find that the counoil ik-ni.�. m-h,. man shoukl have Iwen tllowotl u (ti;iu> int'-hsary to hks-i together and -month to put in a proposui >n. If draw up our "proposal." i we found gus. iliey shoukl nil put "I m�ght heiv iiH'otion," Ik- saul l,,v-' ''eeti'ie l.ighl Co. out it I im-Uxit while | am apparently cri'i.-..'- without fair tr��liiK.m He ing the acton of the council ns a. woukl ag�iv r Medr w!n>le. | would have it uiKk'r-iooI; I'lunt at a fair valaalioii. that I ho fair mill honorable oi'tl in fought for ikday and uialtiiv .'on-.i'l-i'1'ivt'ii/ll of tho n'* I" Opievt ion so # fat as I cult learn. cimiiuhmmIs Its If 1 o everjoii'. e�cv|�l ing, |�-rh t|�,  j Ihoso unknown jiersons dio.Mii> :o'.e''- * ;i.-Hti\l in u pio|sisiiion so eiiirl � thai z I it Is unfit 'to t�> M�i>ii>it4ed as a !.usl-" ( ik's.h profiOKition. .\^aurn ihe nc- vi�ry strongly in favivr of uiunl'lpal own.'i>hip. lie snid he '..ij 'mi grossly misrepr.-Nenled as to lis .itiik- on this ipte-iion. 'You will retneiiH.er. M.. M:i,�i>r, ' he s�kl. turning to the M,i> . i spoke in you in favor of tiutfil ip'il ; ownersliip of invuiiuI gn� los� fud." I and the Mayor lasklcsl .t.vs 'i.i. 9 ition of tile council as a w1h�|�\ uikI ' : NELSON, B.C.:  B.C. MOORE,Local Agt 5   SAVE MONEY NOW - - "I ant only intvrewicd :i ill's tn ii-honv of its toonv'ers in paMit-e.tr. ! u'r �s � Hi ���. Is ioim 14 n we do pri>tI��iik 10 '� fl>r '�v^'� � �'� '�� ^ �" ' � ��>" this cHy, who how in\>��t�sl he^i d.\ "��>k'�8 u,^Tt- . , iK-re. �vho arc deeply inteix^Uvl In Us 1 ">"!�� snxl was mi im-..i:i .11 future pruKiv* : i�  l".r*|-rxy, who "f ru.s'.i.ng Ihiutts U�..uKh at Ui.. |.vv-oro known to oil of .von �,,,., i-d-,"""" , �"�>" ly respansll.lo im-n. hme Its-n 1 I.I ,mv 1'WHHwrtlon U'forc.litem, and that wo ore entitled to no c�.i�k I ra- ,hv*' ',? 'i,ul *"* K'WW-lion, and that tonsfderatioti sltoiiid Akl MctMure eiKlors.sl the pr..�.si-ilie given onlv to a pcSpeotiw. semi- "on to prot.sM t4n� Moe-tric. Id.t '�">' should U> f.i.t , j of whom yon know nothii�g. exi-pt I'A" trnrt�..l. hut he dkl not think tNs (that for wiuie undisclosed r:vw�)niVon'Voliy s!u>ul*l 00 B'lve� � monopo-: t��e,v ronconl their 1 hi likes front the '>' ''*>'�� electric and gas ti^ituiig. , Hglit of day. W4�ile 1 *>>�. according [',r- AfcClure urg-sl t*� cMiz:in 1010-1 to 'their soMcitor's Kt�tement, wwe west houmlary of llaoge 18. wist. ; of the -kli Mcrklian, trim -the-Crow's Xost Pass llndw-iy in Township '.i. straight north 10 the Itelly lt'iv�>r. T4�e npproNinuito s II and 1*1. south . to the north I oirndary of r iwi snip fi. west of th�' 1'Ih Meridian. A|i-provimaW' instance 2d 111 les. 2(171.-I'lotighing lii'eguard ui 111 Crow's Nest Pass Itailuay 1 How-ing tlw wes�t 'liouiKlary of itjiu^o II. west of the Ith Meridian, audi noi't'h lo Helly Hiver .Api.i-.^.'mate , distance 7 miles. '2tiriL-Plough ing llr.�uuar.l to real allowanc � no,, mile south at north lioonclury of Townsliip l>+ It nine 22. well of the Ith Meridi'iM. turn Old Man Hiver to Ikdly l:iv r A|. |iro\imale divtane*' d miles i'Jttrnt.-Ploughing linv'iiai'l i|on>f th,. west -Uouiidary ivf Kangi* I n north Uiuali.-.\ of I In w iihIh p l-l. from How Stiver wist � to l.it'tle How. Approximate itld ulK) haw Imvii con n�oot all �8,vt' voiwWIoration lo ul| applitu-t'ompotitoi'k in thu ojs-n lk�hl. irusi' II�iih *TlK*y wvre not Hkmo ,'or their nt the south-va**! corner of sliip 1.1. liaiigc 21, w"s( of .Mi'i diiui. iu�.l follow'iitg i|t.� ...�tween Haugi's 20 atrd '.'1 through Hlackftiot l-mlian to Itou ItiK'i .\p|n,>\nmil tiimv Its miles. Tlie slicivhsful tfitdoivr will >e 10- ojieroto and got rKI of t*te .IU^hi-iw l'�,,,r"" � V *;',."ij*,"V��\ ,',,'"r that exlHtod than duly Ml*l. Mum Ml i.n.lers AW. llardrngai^l AM. AlcClurohnd '"""L uiw�d�'�i�*1 ,,v � "I*"} a few in4nut�� orgutiK'nt ..l.out tl e | ,hw.k/ ^l'i�'^ or nmney ...Mor ;, lux-latter's |H)�iiion on tho mat'ter at ing only to th.i ns-ritu of our product; we who hnve invest el .i\er 972.000 in one indiiNtiy in this t,i.v. . !ara told that wo are einHli-i to :i.o (ioal tanning Laud for sale'consideration. lut unknown .1011, *''* 'In 'Mii'ir Ri'heino are to 4k- 1 naid.sl to wreck our invent mom ot $72.�>04� I y granting tlwm a 20-yeur inotoip >ly. Is this, g�-i�t|.in 11, 1 ask .sou In this Inton/kd as an ahjeot. lenson to anyone fdso who utoy f�i�l tnelttK�:l to tn-" " loith- own interosts, hut for -hu whole cHv- He recalhsl that gas had Iwn found in large "�> to fl fl>u worns ftt tih�s point. He maintained t'b^it if Air. Simmin-*' ' proposition had r*en accoptol, it : would have lieon a milestone around the necks of the |K�pple of jjMhhri�-!*. j Thera was nothing In Ibe pr.ipisl-tloh to Kuarantee rates that v..udd '; induro industries to locate liero. Net n mention lu�d linen niado of i.iies j for heating or stro��u lighting either. I There was no reason why pleiu*- of jtime MhouVd not have -tK-pn eiven all (parties to put in theji" propo�i>tions. i Ho nmintniivn.l tJio Kh-otrlc Light Co-was antitlad to the preference, all He saK* I hey .troftodM'lon in Draying and Team Work No. 1 Baled Hay and Oats for sale A. BRUCHET fioniiun, of Aliirylatfl. is .Senator dead. Calgary is going to have iv.o 1.11 r-kei tlnys n week. Two lie\v Alolhotlit�t ehurclios will l>u I'Mtahliuhud in Calgary. Thus. AlcCornvick. in� Lon Ion.' things Hokw e.nml. Out, oIkcuK ninnufuct liter, js drad. i wouhl find the olectrii i'"r>�d II. f uiliuicr, Hera hi, will inanuge or. PIONEER MEAT MARKET AT NUMBER THREE This inarkat is equipped to meet the popular demand of the the distriot. FIXED HOmiNS. # PROF, of th� f'al^aiy t'ln* Frank J'ap- tieo. K. Chautherlain. ;V>'""',at' liar liean re-elected governor' of Oie-g"ti iiy a majority of not loss tJ.rn Lrt,(ioii. Tho West Canadian t'ollloci'-'s. of IMuiriuore, are now product it? and shipping from their collieries at /.ite and Hcllevue over 1,100 tons .f toal per day, besides produolng '.00 tons ot coke. Ion. Phillips, former preside it. of tho York County (xian Coir>my. is ngftin in Uie colls ait Toronto. ;'h.>m-os Winter, one of his bondmnun fr.r SU.riOO became uneasy awl cor. > ifil Crown Attorney Drayton. 1*1 '.dips will now have to find new l.tnffnu-n. jclty. i W. C. Ives arose 'that Hhs three applict ...... . {others who wantod a foaneliiw. sub-: Unit their profiokHion to the council within six ww'kt.. At the amo tuna the council couhi (twiner infiriivatIon as to tnunitSpal oj�er�tion. Thwt ihoy could Milan It to the rntepaveru the munici|>nl ownership hdietno. and lot them choos.) hot ween that and Ilia be�t f>riv�ti> propowi-tion. Tho City Sohiitov dW no>t think the he voted upon in that way. Mr. Johnstone drew otletition to the fact that Ldmatrton, Calgary and Siratheona hod wt'urod it to ngrooineiWH wMh private -;om|>anieH o hore tor gas. The City Solicitor auggeved that i*ey should fix � timo'limU for receivings applications, ond liter that de.*klo tho hewt courMS to take, Tho mattor shouWl Iw pushed alonly I onn j l,u�'t discovered gos. (l^tu^nter). IVde propo�i'ilfm that had 4>o�it pre-J Mr. Johnstono- What would tho fronted to tlve council wuh that of second money l�? tLaugJiter;. .luni>, 100a. > or ot the >lini^t.-r of Puhlic 'A'oi-I s fo:' it jwr eoiit. �if Hhu Hi>.l r.-d |����,�. and in i-ase ot a sniall guaed. !  n,,i li>ss than Sin, as a guart of g�iod lai'ih n the part of .Sv ..u!n-or to enter into cuiitiaii 1111 I �111-plete the work. I'n.vimnt will !� m�lij>-'i 1.1 the work lx�li>g (iiii'|it�(l aft.-r ,,u . miih- .................. ............ Miuare. 110 ravanxl Alt.y-1i,wli,,n '�>' �� Inspector �... .iin-,�d who have not yet one dolloi at Mi.ke ;�p �S�'>,>.' view, ai.d also expivsso.l' ,,y,1,,.h"', ''partntent. a kindly nentlnu-ol. toward Mm ,n" "��"�>�t or any louder , m.c vestitKin of tmWRlo capital in the ',Wih��',l>' accepted. INO. STOi.'lvS. . and .HWHtedi,'^''''^' V,,."ilho Klcotrlc Light Co. or any oliher company. Mr. Slimnons sawl Uw iKMple tvi-ro JiiHtlfu-d la Itelk'ving 'tUva't no 'iroiio-hition would have coitw* from the 1C|- J. II. Fleetwood drew attention to the fact thai Moosojaw hod tidverlis-wi for n>nders for iKiring for gn� wells from 1,000 to 2,000 to.�t, tlw council to oporoto them as a imuiici-pal woik wlten discovorod. It wa� finally derldod to sril a dato for ivceivlng tenders, and Utnt in ihe iii'aittiino Umi council should gut in-foi ination on municipal owtwr/dilp- Mr. Kiinmons oiMKiuncinl that lii� compivny would withdraw, '. ut It in uiKtoratood they will mako another proposWUin. Mr. fMinmona  aok �.o-intHlon to s0y his company haul never appt'*>ac4)i4 any newspaper -.r eouu-cdtor with on offer for tnoir supper 1. Our Repair Work Gives Satisfaction BECAUSE- We use nntliiii(( 1 nit ihe best inutcriol. We nso none but the Ixst tools with which to do our work. Wh��n re|�tiring a watch wo iiiBUtct every ptrt 0/ it and nothing jh too' trivial to escape our attention. The result is wo have people ootiie and tell ns how well they are satisfied We can satisfy you as we have others. Our chai'gesare moderate Win. C. Liphardt Succ 04 > , VartU and Factory-Corner Kotttnl ami Huiii|�im Streets Telephone l.Vt TF YOtT HAVE THE PROPER REGARD FOR | Quality, GlenliQ8s \ and Good Ssrvtca | Your meat tteetls for this month will l>e exclusively $ in the httittls of our particular and coni|w>tenl staff of. <| men. Fresh Fish three times a week. : : : : !t P. Burns & Co., Ltd. Telephone HI- CO. 'V _1_____ ___ I A. EASTON & MAXfFACTritKKS OK HARNESS, SADDLES, AND GENEMAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITrS. GLOVES, I ROBES. WHIPS. TENTS. AWNINGS. WAGON  COVERS. HAY AND GRAIN,* ETC. 1 ?qi:u:!nni~noanai:!naDnnnnrinnnnnhhnnnnri ? U-lilililllillHPia m AN OLD TIMER -----WITH THE ------ OLD BRANDS OF LIOTORS AND CKiARS IN A fNE W STAND * Just drop into my new quarters and convince yourself that I am up-to-date. *. * The cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. GEO. HOUK �I'l'lHlJlwIwBlaillglBWl LETHBRIDCE BREWING & MALTING COMPANY, LTD MANUFACTURERS OF Fine Lager, Beer, Ale and Porter THE 1VKST IN THE WEST All orders sent to the Hrewory will receive prompt attention MM...............I.....................ll : The Very Best | Place to Buy Cigars Because we keep them in tin* best condition, uud have the best ami biggest assortment in Southern Alberta. Our prices are ulways riy;ht. : : Wallace (EX Hoselton The Leading Cigar and Tubaeco Firm in Southern Alberta. ;