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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, MAY I, IW. BURDETT THE COMING TOWN FAIR WARNING You must act immediately to be certain of securing any of these lots at the present prices. In a very few days from now the price will advance. Call on HATCH COONS and WEBER REALTY CO., Agents for the Burdett Towrisite. Three thousand homesteads and pre-emptions within 40 rniles of Burdett Good hotel and livery accommodation and land locators at Burdett. Good opening for all kinds of business ABOUT.. DAD'S Jfae Lord Mayor's Sou The dopester who hands out the stuff in the editorial column of this rag swiped one of the ideas I had been treasuring up. when he cut loose on the question of giving Char- lie Kroning, the new fire chief, the whole say in. the management of the brigade, and everything pertaining to it. When a public official is not in a position to handle hins depart- ment off his own. bat, he is up again- st a stiff proposition. When Dad's council appointed Chief Gillespie they took a tumble to themselves, handed him the bylaws -and the stat- utes and told him to go to it. that, he ruled the city as far as law and order were concerned. It is the only to get an official to cut any mus tard. li Kroning is given" the full swing like Gillespie he'll go at the thing in earnest, knowing thai the whole thing is up to him and that he will have no ona to blame-but him self if there is not a tip-top brigade and all the rest .of it. The fire bri- gade is no place for the aldermen to butt in and the chief should be given power to put them in the fire-box if they try it. There is a little matter that is a source of a great deal of annoyance and great many cuss-words and that is the way some block-owners are allowed to have the water from the roofs of their buildings drain out onto the sidewalks. It hasn't tum- bled into my nut yet why this' is THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO B. 1. WALKER, Presidtnt iilXAHDEE LAIRD, General Kuuger ESTABLISHED Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, TRAVELLERS1 CHEQUES The new Travellers' Cheques recently issued by this Bank are a most convenient wny in wfaicfa to carry money when travelling. They are issued in denominations of and aad the sxact amount payable in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Italy, Russia, Sweden and Switzerland is stated on the face of each cheque, while in other countries they are payable at current rates. The cheques and all information regarding them may be obtained at every office if the Bank. 131 A Lethbridge Branch C. G. Oourse, Manager at all necessary. All the buildingsproposes to put in is cheaper than on Kedpath St. surely have sewers, and why they do not drain their roofs into the sewers is a puzzle to the pedestrians who have to -wade through the water or break their backs on the ice in front of these stores. .It should not be allowed and Dad's Council should pass the dis- allowance act pretty mighty quick. The city does not seem to have got very much excited yet .over the spend ing of a of hundred thousand dollars a week from Monday. I do not think that anyone has nerve to say that a new power plant is not ne i cessary. Some seem to- have the j idea that the city is paying too much for the proposed plant. All sorts of wild dreams have been aired but the dreamers have been wakened up with the real facts that according to the horse power the plant the city that got by other cities. There is no darn sense getting a cheap outfit for they are dear at any price. This the best there is without any trimmings. The plant ..recom- mended is considered the best that can be secured and all the fancy fix- ings have been lopped off reducing the 'outlay to the lowest point con- sistent with the policy of having a plant that will be satisfactory. The city should not favor any scheme for buying' any second hand junk-shop outfit or any cheap stuff that will be fie for the junk-shop in a few years. and being disgusted at not getting, any place to sleep, turn up their nos- es at Sunny Southern Alberta, and hike back to Dakota to become real live knockers. Some way will have to be found to get "more than eight people a night at the King David or the scheme will be a financial loss and the city will keep getting a black- er eye. It is hardly a square deal for a hotel porter to take people over to a hotel and have the clerk tell them there is "no room at the inn" for them. The porter would do it about once and then duck his liut as the -next train full of people for ethbridg-e hove in sight. If ttis hotels are full and the porters do not go to the station, the strangers not hearing anyone calling out thd just naturally think that the hotels are full and that there is no use .iryin gto hunt up a place to sleep that is more comfortable than the waiting room. By the time they hang around an hour or two they get good and sick of it, give up the Sunny Southern idea and hike back SITE NOT SUITABLE Alberta Clay Produce Company Are Not Satisfied with Site Ar- ranged for Medicine Hat, April site arranged for some months ago will not suit the Alberta Clay Products Co. This was the .decision of Mr. Lonjr, who with Mr. Warren Overpack was here on Tuesday and Wednes- day. Mr. Long represents the par- ty who are putting money into the en terprise. and is also desirous of look- ing over the field for himself. He says the company will require forty acres of level ground. Suitable sites on top of the hill and elsewhere-were looked over yesterday in company with Mayor Milne and Alderman. How son and Huckvale and others. A hill site would mean an additional mile or so of trackage to reach the works. Mr. Long has gone west with Mr. Overpack to look over the markets for clay products and s-wt: to where they blew in from. And pipe They will on Saturday to all the time there are beds galore jinite. arrangements remain here make aei- abo what is Alderman King's "King David" Hotel scheme don't seem to work out exactly right somehow or other. The hotels are packed full every night and are told that often there are people who come in from the trains BOW ISLHND ALBERTA Choice Business and Residential Lots This tqwnsite is situated sixty-four miles east of the City of Lethbridge, on the Crow's Nest Pass Division of the C.P.R., and has the celebrated Old Glory gas well adjoin- ing the townsite. There is a good supply of coal and water. No investment on earth like earth itself. Buy now, as prices are advancing daily. Prices of Lots range from to according to location. Special Prices for Blocks. Terms are One-Third Cash, and the balance payable in Six and Twelve Months nth interest at six per cent, per annum. For full particulars call or write to Ludtke Waddell Bow Island, Alta. the King David. It looks as if the porter would have to find -out wheth- er the otter hotels are full and :i eir porters are not going to the station, he and use his musical voice to sing out "King David Ho-' teL" There- is one tthing sure there is no use having the cots empty when there are enough bedless people every night to fill them two or three over. I to be done. Win. Darragh, the chauffeur who 011 March 26, ran down and killed 13- year-old Ingavard Triemble, son of a prominent attorney of Covington, Ely., was indicted by the grand jury at New York for murder in the first degree. SINGING. Miss Ursula Archer, pupil of the celebrated teacher, William Shake- speare, will receive pupils in singing and voice production. Also engage- ments for Ballad Concerts, At Homes, the Lethbridge Conservatory of Music. AGED FATHER ON THE STAND Gen. Mains Relates Story of Son's Life Flushing, N.Y., April af- fecting scene was presented today at the trial of Peter C. Hains, Jr., when General Hams, retired, the aged fa- ther of defendant related with sup- pressed emotion the incidents of his son's life from boyhood to the time when driven to madness by his wife's alleged infidelity, he shot down the man whom the defence contends was the cause of it. Thornton Hains, the brother who was tried and acquitted of complicity in the same crime, appeared in court during the afternoon, but left almost immediately, upon being told that he would be- sent for when wanted. Drv Graeme Hammond and sev- eral other alienists will testify for the defence tomorrow. OF CANADA Head Office, QUEBEC. Comparative Figures For Fifteen Years Capita] PtW-wp May 31st 1895, f 1900, 1905, Feb. 27th 1909, Deposits May 31st 1895, t 1900, 1905, Feb. 27th 1909, April 3rd 1909, teem frthMei Frrite May 31st 1695, 1900, 1905, Feb, 27th 1909, Tttal Aswff May 31st 1895, 1900, 1905, Nov. 30th 1908, 34.062I408. Mar. 31st LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manager. CRAZY LOVER'S By-Law No A By-law of the City of Lethbridge ito raise the sum of Three thousand dollars for the purpose of defraying the City's share of cer- tain local improvements, that is to say, the laying down of plank side- i walks, and to issue debentures for the i said sum and to provide tor the as- sessment and collection of. the sums necessary to retire said debentures. WHEEEAS the City has agreed to- lay down plank sidewalks as set out in a report of the Committee on Works and Property dated the 3rd day of April A. D., 1909, on file in the office of the Secretary-Treasurer of the .City. AND WHEREAS li appears from the said report that the estimated cost'of laying down the said plank sidewalks will be of which the portion of the cost to be borne by the City is AND WHEREAS it is demed ad- visable to raise by way of loan on the credit of the City of Lethbridge the said sum of for the pur- pose of defraying the City's share of the said cost. AND WHEREAS it is, deemed ad- the said loan bear interest not to exceed the rate of five per cent. (5 per cent.) per annum to be paid, half yearly and that the said prin- cipal sum of fee paid at the expiration of ten years from the date of this by-law taking effect. AND WHEREAS it is expedient that rateable in thd Cily of Lethbridge, according to the last re- vised assessment roll is AND WHEREAS the amount of the existing debt of the feity of Leth- bridge, outside the current expenses is the sum of no instal- ment of principal- or interest thereon being in arrears. AND WHEREAS the amounts re- quired to be raised annually by spe- cial rate during the currency of'the said debentures (a) For paying the interest thereon (b) .For forming a sinking fund for payment of the debt created by the said deben- tures 261.69 NOW THEREFORE the Mayor and Council of the City of Lethbridge en- act as follows: 1. It shall and may be lawful for the Council to raise the sum by way of loan for the purpose of de- draying the City's share of the cost of laying down plank sidewalks. 2. That debentures be issued for the sum of te be payable at the expiration of ten years from the date of this by-law taking effect, said de- bentures "being for One hundred dol- lars each or any multiple thereof, not in all to exceed the sum of and a coupon shall be attached to each debenture for the half yearly interest on each debenture respectively at the rate of five per cent. per annum payable at the Bank of Mont- real in the City of Montreal in the Province of Quebec. 3. That the said debentures shall be sealed with the seal of the City of Lethbridge and signed by it's may- and Secretary-Treasurer and be payable in Canadian Currency at the Bank of Montreal in Montreal afore- said. 4. That in addition the above amount there shall be levied and collected in each year during the cur- rency of the said debentures by spe- cial rate in the said City the sum of for the" purpose of payingthe interest on the said debentures and the amount of to form a sink- ing fund for payment of the debt created by the issue of the said, de- bentures, to be payable, levied and collected' at the same time and in the same manner as other taxes are payable, levied and collected by stat- ute or by-law of the .City. 5. That this by-law shall, come into effect on the day of A. D. 1909. 6. That the votes of the burgesses duly qualified to vote-, on the by-law shall be taken on the Teath day of May A. D. 1909 at the office or the Secretary-Treasurer in the Whitney' Bleck, in the City Lethbridge be- ween the hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon and eight o'clock in the afternoon and the Secretary-Treasurer of the City, shall, in pursuance of the Lethbridge Charter, act as Returning Officer therefor. DONE AND PASSED in Council this day of A. D. 1P09. Msyor. Secretary-Treasurer. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the above is a true copy of a propos- ed By-law which has been introduced and which may be finally passed by the Council (in the event of the con- sent of the burgesses being obtained thereto) after one month from the 17th day of April, A. D., 1909, being the day of the first publication there- of in the "Lethbridge and that the votes of the burgesses will be taken upon the proposed by-law on the 1.0th day of May, A. D. 1909, between the hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon, and eight o'clock in the afternoon, at the office of the Sec- retary-Treasurer in the Whitney Block, in the City of Lethbridge. GEO. W. ROBINSON, Secretary-Treasurer. We have jnat unloaded 2 cars EXSHAW CEMENT And a car of BUILDING PAPER Call or write for prices THE SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER. CO. LTD. New Dayton, PHONE 225 City Yard SMth of EUiton Mills P.O. BOX 654 Murdered Girl Who Broke Off Engage- ment and Then Suicided Northampton, Mass., April raged because she had .broken her engagement with him and refused to renew it Porter Smith, who was grad- uated from Dartmouth .College last year shot and probably fatally wound- ed Miss Helen Ayer Marden, a sen- ior at Smith's College and then, turned the revolver on himself and eomniitteed suicide. Miss Marden was 'taken to the Dickinson. Hospital where the physicians stated that there was no hope for her recovery. She is a daughter of Frank Marden, of Somerville. Smith, whose home was in Chicago, Had been to North- ampton for several days. It is said that he had persistently followed Miss Marden and tried to force his attentions on her but she refused to have anything to do with him. This forenoon when the majority of the studentr of Smith College were at chapel, Miss Marden came out of the students' building where she roomed. She had stayed away from the-chapel exercises as it is understood, she fear- ed she would be further pursued by Smith on the way there. When she came out of the campus she had gone only a short distance when she met Smith. Suddenly workman not far distant heard" a shot aiid a girl's scream, turning around they saw Smith standing beside the girl with a revolver in his hand. Before they could reach the couple they saw Smith raise the revolver and fire two more shots at the girl. Miss Marden sank to the ground and Smith imme- diately falling dead, beside the young woman. King Edward and Queen Alex- andra reached Boja, Italy. They were welcomed by the King and Queen, of Italy. Rome newspapers believe the. visit will bring about a better under- standing between the two countries. W, P. ROV ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES OFFICE: Room 3, Ott Block Phone 180 Electric Wiring and Supplies SEE W. t. McKenzie Co. Eleetricimni. Redpatb, St. Lethbridge Place Your Orders for JUS. HUME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 General Teaming When you want your yard cleaned up, when you want your garden plowed, if you want some first-class manure for garden purposes, better see me, or phone 201. I can sup- ply your wants. WM. TAYLOR Patented Sections! Houses Manufactured in Vancouver, B C., of the very best Bain- dried Lumber, in latest de- signs. Prospective builders would do well to write me before deciding on a house S. A. Sfiencer AGENT ad BUILDER, MACLEOD DURING THE COAL STRIKE We shall be pleased to take orders for prompt delivery of Hardwood CHARCOAL In sacks. It is economical and clean, the best for kindling and hurry np cooking. BOYD GOODE CO. Telephone 344 Office Smith Street ;