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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, May 3, 19it. THE LETHBRIDGE PAILT HERALD ff A SNAP Two splendid residential lots in Block K., Louise Street. Price i t. Lowes J. R. Anderson, Manager Why Pay Rent? can buy Korth Ward Lots, 25 ft. x in., on water line, at cash, monthly. R. V. GIBBONS CO. 1191 THE O. T. LATHROP 0. W. KERR CO. RESIDENT MANAGER LINDSEY -HEAL ESTATE FINANCIAL BROKERS. FI'R-E INSURANCE. 307 BROWN BLd'CK. f PHONE 1183... JNSURANGE, LOANS SHERLOCK INSURED WHAT? LETHBRIDGE'S FUTURE Buy now and double your money 3 lots on William Street, each, cash Furnished house for sale or rent cheap Fire, Accident and Live Stock Insurance Phone 023. Kerr Sixth St. opp Bank of Montreal. "ruivv ttllLr i FIRE The City's Bylaws When the matter of came up. Aid. Frayne thought that-the j published volume of- the; city having bee ________________ Jtary; JfCobinnon said that the jnients been published ia' small Want Solicitor to Attend Police Court ami Council volumes. TO AW. Goode, Mr. jRobiuson said he had about two hun- dred of the old volumes on i they cost about cents each. Aid. Frayne moved chat the ibylaws as re- published in book form. The 11 i f Mayor thought it would be a waste of !v 1 Any person wlm wants a-by- j law can come to the office and, get it j separately. They change and: it' would be necessary to publish At. the City Council yesterday after- It was said in council that there year. Mr. Robinson said all of be more police patro! in the outskirts j the important bylaws are interesting Legal Boxes Not Loan of to Carry on Work Are Sold. of the city. Only patrol boxes are of the less important ones are He was instructed to get-the after the 'proceedings recorded i yesterday, the business was as fol- llows: j The Mayor was appointed to act, with Acting Chief Hardie, as trustee jof the firemen's recreuLIcr; fund. i Regarding the industrial sites, 8ome color, telephones j nursery. The'Mayor said it was only council j installed, they be turned over'a. temporarv .arrangen built, one in Uk- east and the other'bread bylaw printed with amendments. Jin che south of the city. Aid. Aid. Goode inquired concerning the' Goode said if they were finished, paint- i barb- wire being used around the city! was the general ouinion of the I that certain restrictions should be slip as to size of establishmeut arid inature of the industry. temporary .arrangement Aid. Frayne j to the police department. Mayor pclfce should be instruct-' ams said he would, as chairman of li- led .to see that-the 'bylaw is enforced.; i Ald- Saseicence and police, have a report oa! It is not beinc done in the North-Ward.' thought that, the Mayor and Aid. next meeting. The nodes and! j man should be asked to outline a planiproPerty Committee were instruct. t-o the solicitor in drawing up an complete the boxes without delay. reement regarding sites-. This was' agreed. City Solicitor at Meetings The Mayor moved that the Chief of Police be given legal assistance. In Aid. Frayne wanted to know if the council was represented when the con Hardis Appointed Chief tract for the Ninth "street Acting-Chief Hardie. of the fire was was informed that it was not. Aid, 'Frayne fur- Ither to know if'the--city would have: j anything to awarding the ten-j FORCED SALE Must be stfM tfkbln. ten days. us a spot cash'oKer.iQuar- ter section adjoining the townaite Only seven, hundred feet from Main St. C.P.R. Wg gas pipeline, to run through thin property. 30 acres under cultivation; good house and 4-wire fence on the property. Sub-divide 10 acres of this land Into town lots and it will sell for ten thousand dollars. New store building, 74 feet frontage, 60 feet deep, rented at per month, will reM for by September 1st, on one of best business corners in Bow Island, Alta. New pool room building 24 feet by 60 feet, rented at per month. This property is situated on Broadway only one block from depot, Make us an offer. Lot 7 in Block 13, choice business lot, lisi-ed with us Lots S.. 9 and 10 in Block 10, choicest, residential site, in Bow island, listed at Get Rich Bow Island will greatest natural ihe world. 20 gas wells with a flow of over one 'hundred million uubie feet .a day. Buy Bow, Island property right now for-it'will; jurely double in value before Sept. 1st. For lull particulars and prices of property, Hoaglin Investment Ca 30W ISLAND, ALTA. jpartment. was appointed chief at a j salary i of a. year, the uppoint- iraent to date War 1. ders that connection. Aid. Goode said that he thought that the city should he present at all council meet-jllary were out at six o'clock cost such an reaaing, ters of education. ent one is undoubtedly clumsily word- id, and pointed out, the reasons, fie law were given their third and adopted. A letter was read from j Acting on his instructions from th Mr. Conybeare.. advising that a new i City Council, Secretary-treasurer Rob-! t.o the departure of L .H. laundry 'bylaw be passed, as the pjres- inson attended the meeting to the Y 31. C. A. physical direc- view the Board with to t.liciror- hafT of that work for Keed street Vision. He said. thatithe school also, ihe classes have been has prepared a new bylaw remedying {the Council wished the Board to place a tinie- The Board is the defects. It will be considered value on fb? hind which would anxious to have them continued the next meeting. itakfin off die high school site to ex-iespecially in view of the fact that the! The Library Bylaw jtend the street. The members reiterat-'department of education is taking ad-' r the pa're cities to get (dealing with Carnegie !had no replies since. j A" Legal Bill he was Conservative. Mr. i Hinchciiffe's wife died eight years ago. classes, dered. tiy misspelled in their" The school board has so or- A Tree Saying! land of ni-f- >veie "UL satisfactory aa to keeP Leth-bridge in line with lihiirieV would say what it would other towns and'cities, as well the maUer could be arbitrated. Siv'c the pupils.the undoubted bene- Iwas siigsested that the matter of the .The-..cadet matter taken before an inrleper.fient arbi-i1V3s: also discussed, and ihe appoint- THE DAY OF CHEAP LOTS WILL SOON SE PAST; BE ONE OF THE FIRST TO BUY; NOT THE LAST We ha-ve a choice bunch of lots on Fifth and Sixth Avenues North, in the line of the city's present, and future growth, at the low price of 1150 each; terms to suit you. BUY NOW. THE CASCADEN LAND COMPANY ROOM 3, MACDONALD BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE. ALTA. set a value on the property required. Teachers Reported The elected to go to tho convention at Edmonton, t.he railway fares of six cf whom the agreed to' pay. gavp evid- ence of their 'caving attended the con- Aid. .Bowman thoughi. it was no ma tcr. of the council, as -Mr. of he Qf he meni. once. Dr. Stewar: that Col. !shanks had promised to ssnd for i eighty of the istsst Ross rifles for the jLcllibndse cauei corps. The coni- pieiing of arrangcnienis fo? physical! Mnstnictor left, with Dr. Stewart, j j The chairman of the sites and build-j was instructed to seel iaboui. getting a of rapnirs neces- 'sarv ro be made on the various schools W. C. Ives' bill for serving- the cityjrrator as a and discussed. of Iiev-' officers, the lack ofj hi the place of Mr. Conybeare in however, a motion was passed is lhc onJJ" hindrance to having! marier of the Radial railway, was up consider the matter in committee be made ar.' again through a letter from the sec- retary-treasurer asking for instnic-i tions. He had paid to Mr. Tves, j 'Mr. Conybeare objected to paying; more than The secretary had; already'kept, back from Mr. i r i- TT .board beare s salary cs solicitor. He askea if he should keep back this by in re- f n f -f Vi Q J J? agreed to pay the fees of a for the nexl weck or: jtor the city should name. The coun- t; ci! thought the same and so u repQrted f.fteen teachers'attcnd.; Objects to Patrol Boxes ,he convention. Aid. Goode objected to the nature: -it Westminster jof the patrol boxes being built. Koine discus-ion came up or. thp rc- dows arc being in which that only seventeen children from this sitnimer prepared .and 'o secure a 10 oversee the .job. The Board i5: mak" af of get- nng rhe repairs done by a praciioal b'Jildor "without, the intervention of an archil set." is Now Superintendent TIGHT COLLAR FATAL TO GIRL TO EXTEND C.P.R. YARDS itheir usefulness, as wrong-doer caniflardievjllc were taking advantage of A motion was passed by which ;he! I Winnipeg. May is reported'easily break the window and put the il he pvovided by tbe Board to Hoard will conform to the amended! New 'York, May Degeran here that the C. P. R. is buying prop- phone out of commission. They ?.o school, school ordinance by designating thei lay down for a nap and was strangled jerty on the north side of Henry in construction. Ke tbought'The Board c.d no! rhink tlic. people i-oad of the teaching staff as t.o death by a tight collar. .Her Ufn-jwest o? Main street, with a view should be put. over the wfri-jthere were living- up to their ease-messite-idcnt." of "supervisor." less body found v.-ith f.he collar jcnlarging the yards, tirawn into skin of the neck. 'mation is lacking. Official confir-jdows at. least. Mayor Adams did give their j think they are particularly handsome.I Mr. children an nich has Mr. Hamilton's offi- was askM -'to so otit'cJal title, heretofore. A motion Drones- ;