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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ECONOMICAL PLUMBING For small or medium sized bath rooms the recess or built-in "bath tubs are great savers of space; These fixtures are made for tiling into a recess in the wall or into a corner of the bath room. Economy of space alone this stylfepf fixture highly desirable. She fact that basft is entirely in Eccuniulatlon 'of dust and moisture Bunder.- the if the f i x t u r e bears the label you may be sure that the design and finish are the best obtainable. Isn't it time you were installing new plumbingT -METALS, LIMITED CALGARY AND EDMONTON City Of Lethbridge Sale Of Lands for Arrears Of Taxes r Tells Councillors TO TOWN Macleqd the Proper Person to Open the Horse Show. (Macleod 'there :f Was of- fthe' Town-: Council cpim't of i'ne lack of a quorum, Mayor address: a fpw words "to-the Councillors ent, as-fbllows r-' It we separate., in mv Duality vi I 'desire to niake a remarks abo.ut-the _Horse Show, which opens tomorrow morn- ing A bout a AveeTc Manag- .ent some prominent public character w.ho in his official capacity is con- nected .with or interested in a func- tion of the 'kind whatever -it may be. This, a courtesy no1> shown to the mayor in -his personal -quality at all, I but. because he is in. such case -the Lot 10 '14 6 N% of 7 22-24 A 19-20 N.W. 50x125 of 4 1 W. 15 ft. of 5 7-S 10-11 W. 38 57 ft. of 2 1-2 3-7 8-12 1-4 5-9 5-6 45-46 3-4 2-3 34-35 20-21 i 22-23 32-33 26-27 25-28 Cost and 1-2 representative of the ratepayers who elected him and therefore it is a cour tes-y shown to the corporation, to the town or city in whose precincts'and under whose aegis, as it such a function "takes'place. TheHown of 133 Macleod has placed at the. disposal of 50-51 the Directors- of the Hoxse Show an 44-45 investment of aaid so far has safd not'a wo'rd about rent.'The Di- of- Sub. 10 9 Sub. of 24 3-4 20-21 13-14' 13 V. 14 rectors caiue to the Council in.g Director of .the Show, Mir. Bryan asked me as formally open vhe Horse .Show, .which ...in vit-ation I accepted. I 'have been informedvthat at a meeting of- the. Directors morning some of the" Directors :who are personally unfriendly to me, 'rais- roiv' because of the ed a apt-ion made things so disagreeable that fin- ally the majority decided as a com- promise to invite a gentleman whose of neutrality -would render him inoffensive to anyone. wish to-.say'that I have no private feelings in this As a private individual I would much prefer to keep in the "ba'ckground in of that kind, but- I consider the faction :0i the, Di- rectoirs in passing over the Mayor, be in; any .case to put the 'war, a stupid tactical blun- der and. -an; exhibit-ioa of extremely bad taste and" not densehr ignorant of the customs and usages in like matters knows that any function of the nature of a fair or horse show or celebration of kind under the auspices of or ev- receiving assistance, from the town, is invariably formally opened by. the Mayor, unless there is pres- HAD KIDNEY iTROJJBLE. COULD MOT GROSS THE FLOOR GREAT. 'f- Tw-" -Miss Winchester Springs, Ont., writes I was troubled' with my and asked for .a grant in aid of: the They Basked and' they were voted S-100, and I venture the opinion that tne ratepayers of' 'this town are ol .the yiew: ;hat town 'has; treated Wer Direc- ors of the Show; in a liberal-- and; gen erous manner. The 'town of Macleod was entitled to ;som.e- decency at jthe- hands of the Directors. The corpora- tion- 'through -its prdper entitled to formally open the Horse- Show and offer welcome the strangers' who visit ,.the: town and the fair. To offer such "courtesies through any other than the proper j formal channel, makes a hideous 'bur- 20-21 2B 4-5 Elk. C D D D E B E H y V V V 1Z 2Z 6 20 "39 55 55 92 93 122 5 5. 9 9 17 18 18 IS 18 19, 19 19 20 21 22 22 23 -26 Addition Sub. of 5 6 Sub. of 5 Sub. of 1 Sub. of .13. 14 oart of 12 .Sub. of 8 Sub. of 9 Sub. of 4, 3 A Sub. of 5-9 BY-LAW NO. A by-law of the City of Leth- bridge to -raise the sum of OO'O.'OO for'the purpose of repay-" indebtedness hereto- forivimcurred by the City in con- nectfon with the City's share 'et'" Local Improvements made duriog the year 1910, and to Issue De- bentures for the said sum, and to provide, for the assessment and collection of the amounts neces- sary to retire such debentures. WHEREAS during the year 1910 certain" moneys were from time to time raised by .way of-..ternpcrary; loan by the City otdbethbridge in pursuance of the Lethbridge Charter for-defray- ing the of the cost qf cer- tain Local- Improvements, s.uclr tem- sum of AND -WHEREAS by snb-section (d) fof'section. 3-.of Title XXI of the Leth- [bridge Charter the Council is given [Burgesses being obtained thereto af- ter one month from the 26th day of April, A. D., 1911, being the date of the first publication thereof In the "Lethbridge and that the votes'of the Burgesses v.-iil be taken upon the proposed by-law on the 18th day of May, A. D.t 1911, between the hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon, and seven o'cock in the afternoon. In the City Oflces at the City of Leth- bridge. GBO. W. ROBINSON, Secretary-Treasurer. 89.39 Amount Advg. Total 'power to make'by-laws "for contract- ing debts not payable within the cur- and it is deemed advisable :to raise by '-way of loan on the credit he said City of Lethbri-dge, the said sum of for the purpose of repaying such temporary loans. AiSTD WHEREAS it is deemed ex- pedient that the said loan bear .jxxter- D K fine ceremony. To overlook the town's official rep- resentative-, nay, to remember hinY, and invite him and then, to shut the door in. his face exhibits a boldness of. crude discourtesy amounting to effohtery and is an insult offered to the whole town for which every citi- zen with civic pride should feel re- sentment." TONSILS CAUSE OFRHEUMAIKM Baltimore, May H. E. Pet- erman, head physician of the South Baltimore Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat hospital; 'delivered an address'before the medical and Chirurgical faculty, ast night in which he discarded the 109 .22 41-2 10 57 77-79 88 1-8 3-4 38-39 90-9'3 1-3 12-13 14-15 22-23 12 26-27 Sub. of Sub. of 2-3 Sub. of .6-9 W. of Torrance 3 7 (N% Sec. 5) S (N% Sec. 5) B9 B9 B9 139 147 'Wall work E. of McKillop Higinbotham "fe' Turner" 1-5 18 Sub. bf'4.-> ;Su'o. of 5-11 Sub: 11-12, Sub: l-o 26.06 80.31 46.02 99.23 15.19 80.20 170.73 3-1.09 '49.57 32.70 79.76 6.78 17.12 17.74 44.17 20.32 31.16 48.11 171.89 54.77 88.67 99.55 75.54 _23.69 87.25 66.76 50.16 7.94 18.46 6.84 7S.90 11.36 4.49 3.S6 37.22 12.14 6.70 10.19 10.14 9.64 I 4.74 9.39 22.69 112.33 i 11.35 i 26.43 131.11 i 10.64; 113.92 :3.1.10 8.18 10.03 i 6.87 J46.40 13.03 i 10.91 ;14.73 '72.37 S.87 109.51 17.75 80.27 1SS.85 ;heorv that rheumatism is due to EGIU ill di The responsibility for rheumatism Dr. Peterman places on the 'tonsils, and.the removal of them, which he declares -be .as! attamed; of sis! 'he: ays; will obviafe'all six 'pr. Peterman asserts .the tonsils gry 'BarB. were so bad, at times, I could not cross the floor i for the pain. The doctor could not do has the they b'ecomej enlarged dis- been found. me any good and ft friend advised me to. use Doan's Kidney Pills. I bought eix boxes and now I have for over four years', I will recommend them V J woman "can be strong and healthy DE, Peterman says exposure and uric acid may be contributing causes, but the tonsils be removed before the disease has progressed too far and the tissues have been destroved unless the kidneys are-well When tha j the germ-will have been eradicated. -kianeys are ill, the whole body j Dr. Peterman reported success in six lor the poisons which the kidneys ought i to: filter out of the blood are left in the j he had so treated. system. Then bow important it must j be to see to it tbat-this svstem of sewer- {vjgvv STEAMER FOR age be not _, C: P, R.'ORIENTAL TRADE Doan's- Kidnev Pills are a. realizing quick, per- Montreal, May ttrs: arrival in manenfc. relief; -without after ill Montreal yesterday Sir.'Toomas Shau- tffects., A medicine that will absolutely ghnessy announced that two new fif- forms thousand ton steamers would be 25-S-22, 160 acres Pt. S.E. 2-9-22, 3 acres Pt. S.E. 2-9-22, 6 acres 1-5 3 Alexander 14-16 19-20- 3 11-20 4 6-12 5 1-4 7 15-16 7. 17.-20 7. 31-32 7 11-16 '9 37-40- 9 13-18 10 27-28 11 33-40 11 12 12 15-16 12 1-2 13 3-4- 13 1-4 I-j. 33.34 14 35-38- M 39-40 14 21-24 15 !5-37 35 39-40 15 39-40 If. 11-12 1.7 21-24 .17 29-30 17 5-12 18 3-4 19 1-4. 22 C. 66ft. of William) N% of" W% .'of 4." 6.43 27.88 8124 .3.86 1.77 1.73 S.41 5.95 5.11 2.40 2.96 3.65 9.08 5.65 10.28 2.56. 9.07 18.12 4.45 6.00 4.32 9-02 1.73 2.76 2.82 5.46 3.08 4.16. 5.S6 18.23 6.53 9.91 11.00 8.80 3.11 3.41 9.77 7.72 6.06 1.84 2.89 1.73 8.94 2.18 1.4-9 1.43 4.77 2.26 1.72 2.22 '2.06 2.06; 2.01 1.52 1.9S- 3.31 2.2S 2.63 2.18 3.69. 4.16 2.11 2.44 4.16 1.86 2.05 1.73 8.60 5.69 52.09 2.35 2.73 2.14 2.52 8.28 1.93 1.99 2.11 oo.o 37.02 cent, per annum to be paid half- 88.78 (yearly, and the said principal sum of 8.51 19.88 20.56 49.63 23.40 35.32 53.97 190.12 61.29 98.58 110.55 84.14 23.77 27.10 97.02 74.48 56.2-2. 9.7S 21.35 8.57 87.84 13.54 5.98 5.29 40.99 14.40 8.42 14.01 ,12.20 11.65 11.37 26.0'0 14.61 -18.44 13.53 30.12 to be.paid at the expiration of thirty years from the date of this by-law taking .effect. AND WHEREAS the value of tho rateable property of the City of Leth- bridge, according to the last revised assessment roll, is AND WHEFJ2AS the amount of the existing debt of the City of Lethbridge outside of.debts due for current ex- penses, is the sum of no instalment of principal or interest thereof being in arrears.. AND WHEREAS the respective amounts required to' be raised annual- ly by special 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 debentures Now therefore the Mayor and Coun- cil of the' City of Lethbridge Enact as 1. It shall and-may be lawful for the Council to raise the sum of OQQ.QO by. way of "ioan'for the purpose of' 'moneys borrowed by way of temporary loan as aforesaid. 2. That debentures be issued for the sum of to be .payable at 12.75 16.36 35.26 10.04 12.08 the expiration of thirty years from the date of this by-law taking effect, said debentures to-be expressed as the Council shall decide, either in sterling money, being for the 'sterling equiva- lent of .one hundred [dollars. each or in Canadian currency for J100.00 each, or thereof, not in all to exceed tne sum of 000.00, with coupons attached thereto for the half-yearly interest on each at the rate of four and a half per cent, per 15.3S 19.57 >13.05. 17.25 80.65 11.43 12.79 46.23 8.12 31.71 7.91 5.29 2.99 3.89 2.S5 10.30 7.59 6.67 3.69 1.34 4.30 2.66 5.15 1.69 3.83 1.43 1.22 1.30 1.22 -1J9 1.64 1.56 ft oft I annum, payable at The Bank of jjj.jtreal in London England; the Bank of Montreal in the City qf Toronto, the Bank of Montreal in the City of Mont- real, or the Bank of Montreal in the City of Lethbridge at the holder's op- tion. 3. That the said debentures shall be sealed with the seal of the City of Lethbridge and signed by the Mayor and Secretary-Treasurer. 4.. That in addition, to all other amounts there shall be collected in. each year during the currency of the said debentures on all the rateable BY-LAW NO_____ A By-law of the City of Leth- ;'bridge to- raise the sum of .000.00 for water send sewage works, and the A or tuS on Puuiic J Parks, and to issue, debentures for the said sums and provide for the assessment and collection of the amounts necessary to retire such debentures. WHEREAS, it is estimated that it will be necessary to expend, during the year 1911, on extensions on the City's water "mains and on its sewerage sys- tern, including the construction of storm sewers and plant for sewage disposal (hereinafter referred to as "Proposition (the sum cf 00; and for improving out the Parks secured by the City, (herein- after referred to as "Proposition the sum of AND WHEREAS, by sub-section (d) of section 3 of Title XXI of Tie Leth- bridge Charter, the Council is given power to make by-laws "for contract- ing debts not payable cur-i rent and it is deemed, advisable to raise, by way- of loan, on -the credit of the said City of Lethbridge, the said sums of and for the purposes aforesaid and to issue de- bentures therefor. AND WHEREAS it is deemed ex- pendient that 'the -said loan bear in- terest at the rate of four and a "half per cent, per annum, to be paid half-yearly, and the said sums of and to be paid at the expiration of thirty (30) years .from the date of this. by-law taking effect. AND WHEREAS ..the value, of-the rateable property or the City of Leth- bridge, according to the last revised assessment roll, is AND WHEREAS the amount of the existing debt of the City of Lethbridge outside of debts due for current ex- penses, is the sum of no instalment of principal or interest thereof being in arrears. AND WHEREAS the respective amounts required to be raised annual- ly by; special rate during the currency, of the said debenture's are: the City of Lethbridge, between the hours of nine o'clock in the and seven o'clock In the afternoon. 7. Tiat tiie Ballot papers so (a) That each Burgess may vote 'for' or 'against' the-is- sue of debentures in respect of either proposition referred to in this by-law by setting down each such proposition with a space 'for' or 'against' separately. (b) That the Burgess, if he ap- proves of both, may record -nls vote, accordingly as voting for both. 8. The. Mayor his office in: the City of .Lethbridge, at ten in the forenoon on the day of May, 1911, on the application-' of any Bargees interested, for or: against the. above propositions or. either of- them, appoint two persons to attend; at the polling place, and at; the final stiniming up of the votes, hereinafter provided on behalf of j persons respectively interested In motlng or opposing the passing ofthit'f by-law or either or both of such pro-{ positions. 9. The Secretary-Treasurer at his office in the City of 'Lefchbridge, on the nineteenth day of Maty. 1911, at'- the hour of five o'clock ia the after-- non, sum up the number of yotes and against the by-law, and the propositions respectively, and declare'' the result thereof. DONE AND THIS........ DAY OF- A. D., 1911. 1.43; 1.30 2.09 1.36 5.M 3.86 5.24 2.48 12.56 2.79 4.53 Pierce- S. 66, ft. of of C. 41 ft. of 40 10.47- 1.60 2.96 1.48 ,4.80 2.21 1.47 1.47 2.40, 2.SI 2.40 6.93 2.46 2.76 .96 .90- 7.86. 5.36 9.58 100 -11.58 Sewage- and Ti) For paying the interest thereon ____ (ii) For forming a sinking. fund for: payment of the debt created by debentures, Issued on acount thereof Proposition (b) Parks For paying the interest thereon (ii) For forming a sinking NOTICE IS HERBT CBtfBN THAT. the above is a true copy of a which introduced, may be finally pasaed by the. in the event of the ootMMnt Burgeises being -af- ter one month from the 26th dvy of. April, A. D., 1911, the data of the first publication theiwof in and that votes of the .BuicwMws -wSl be upon the proposed Isy-Jav OSL the litb, day of May, A. D., 1911, between hours of nine o'clock ia the and seven a'cock In the afternoon, In.' the City Oficat at the City of bridge. GBO.' FOREIGNERS ARE REPORTED SAFE: payment of" the debt created by debentures, issued on account thereof Now therefore the Mayor and Coun- cil of the City of Lethbridge, enaebae follows: 1. the Council, subject to the approval of the Burgesses to either or both the propositions contained in this by-law, property in the City OL LetliuTiuge by- to raise the respective sums of sp'efeial rate or rates sufficient'- there- and By way of loan for the sum of for paying j for the purposes above set forth. .1.19 1.53 "1.20 1.S3 1.27 1.19 1.19 1.29 1.30 1.29 1.74 1.29 1.32 1146 1.14 4.30 2.67 6.33 2.69 6.33 3.48 2.65 2.65 3.69 the interest :on the said debentures, and the' sum of to form a sinking fund for payment of the debt created by the issue of tha -said, de- bentures, to "be levied and col- lected at the same time and in the same, manner as other taxes are pay- able, and collected by statute or by by-law of the City. 5. That this By-law shall come into effect on the first day of June, A. D., 1911. 6. That the votes of the Burgesses duly qualified to vote on this by-law, shall be taken on the ISth of May, 2. 'That for either or both of such propositions there shall, on the approv- al by the deben- tures for the aggregate amount so "ap- proved .under this by-law, not exceed- ing in all the sum to be payable at the expiration of thirty (30) years from the date of this'. by-law taking effect, said, debentures to be expressed as the Council shall decide, either in sterling .money, being lor the sterling equivalent of one hundred dol- lars each, or in Canadian currency for each, 01; any mul- tiple thereof, with coupons attached thereto for tbe half-yearly interest on Hong Kong, 'May advices from Canton, where the revolutionary movement originated, Indicate- that foreigners have escaped harm. Band- is led by the brigsad chief, Luk, ed four government residences "at Fa-.f than when they attacked and looted the town. Reports from the West river digtrict as destroyed telegraphic coonmunicatiott'' at many It appears, that "Wu gum, leader of is after raiding Sam Chui, Wait, Chow, Woo Chow, Chung 3jok, Stol-'- hung and Patshfcn. -The seems to fce in coattwl" BIBLE HAS WORDS 8.67 3.75 4.0S o'clock in the forenoon o'clock in the afternoon. 1.83 2.25 9.69 14.30 NOTICED is hereby given that lof a warrant to me directed undertone hand of the Mayor ana SecretaryVTreasurer and the Seal of the City arid offer public above described lands for tbe arrears of taxes due thereon to the said municipality the market place in the City of Lethbridge, on Monday, the 3rd day of A.D., 19il, at the hour of Ten o'clock in the morning, unless such arrears, of taxes, with costs, are sooner-paid: Dated tnis 26th day of April, 1911, G-SO; W. IWBINSON, Secretary-Treasurer. 7. The Ma.3rox-shall, at his .office in the City ot! Lethbridge, at in. the''.forenoon .yon the 17th "day of May, .A. D.jvl9lj, on. the application of any" Burgess- interested for or against1 thlsl.by-law, appoint two per- sons to attend .at the polling place, and at; the-.-f inaj; summing ..up of the votes as hereirisifter on be- half of.' the" persons respectively In- terested iajproiccting or opposing the of 1911, at the City offices, in tbe City of jeach debenture respectivelj-. ,at the jLethbridge. between the hours of nine rate of four and a half per cent aad seven per annum, payable sn the Bank of Montreal in London, the Bank of Montreal in the City of Toron- to, the Bank of the City of .Montreal, or the Bank- -Vpf.Montreal in the City of Lethbri'dge at the boiler's option. Tliat the debentures "-shall be sealed with thef the'City of Lethbridge and-be signed''by the Mayor 4.... That -in addition to all; other there >.shajl be Collected in i each year during the currency of the S. The Secretary-Treasurer shall, j said debentures on all the rateable at his office in the City of in the Cltv of Letbbridge bv cu the 19th day of May, 1911, at the hour of five o'clock in the .afternoon, the number of votes for and nd bladder trouble j built at once for the Canadian Oriental Doan's Kidney Ms are 50c. per box trade. He denied tbe rumor that G. J. Bury would be appointed second ordering direct specify 3 for at all dealers or direct on receipt of pnce by The TV l PAINTING, DECORATING, PAPER HANGING satisfactory interiojr of we have built "in ii So writes a large firm forwfcom we had a large contract. WELLINGTON BROS. PHONE 1472. You're Sure of Good Work from Us. against: the by-law, and. declare result thereof. the DONE AND PASSED IN COUNCIL THIS..........DAY OF. A. D., 1911. Mayor. Secretary-Treasurer. NOTICE IS HERBT GIVEN THAT the above is a true copy of H by-law which has been introduced., and'which maybe finally passed by the Council Hat Vocabulary Haven, Conn4 section with the which is being Albert T." Cook'of the 'feu an interesting compatation, that in apite of tha Influence Bible upon the number words "wnicfa appear in it falls ..tar low the number of Trordi byf" Milton or Shakespeare. In the authorized veralon, accordtog; ;o Profesaor Cook use ig made of about 6000 whereas Milton' found it necessary to draw upon about- and Shakespeare something- HOT Face and Body Utterly With "BOILS." 'i Burdock: Blood Brtttrs CureH Them. Mrs. John H. King, Johnston, TT.B., I was very much troubled with boils, and my face and special rate or rates sufficient there-j were Utersny covered for the sum of for paying the A r m anrt tho nf ftq i A. fnend advised me to take Burdock Blood" Bitters. I got three bottles, and before I had taken all the first one my interest on, and the sum of j for forming a sinking fund for the pay- ment of the debt created in respect of proposition and the sum of j boils began to go away. I had just taken afewdosesoutofthelastonewhenthey- and the sum of for forming a sinking fund for the payment of the debt created in respect of proposition to be payable, levied and collected at the same time and in the same manner as other taxes are payable, levied and collected by statute" or by by-law of the City. all disappeared. My husband has also used Burdock Blood Bitters with much benefit." Boils in themselves are not a danger, ous trouble, but still, at its same very painful. They are caused tirely by bad blood, and to get rid of 6. That the votes of the Burgesses duly qualified to vote on this by-law, shall be taken on the 18th day of 5. That this by-law shall come into effect on the first day of June, AJD., lfc us necessaiT to put the blood in 1911. good condition, and for this purpose there is nothing to equal that old and tried remedy. Burdock ;3Iopd. Bitten.; Manufactured only by The T. Mflbura in the event of the consent of. tbe May, A.D., 1.911, at the City offices in Co., Limited, Toronto, Oat ;