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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta s V ,r ''rtS.l1 s T H B LETH BRIDGE PAltT dM COMMISSIONER TRACY SJJBMITSllQSr REPORT CONTINU D mow FRONT JI'-jJfhese negolialions with Mi Dennis involve Ihe whole Kheine ot development toi the Citj and sin rounding comitiv 'and tlie outcome is oi greatest uu'ct' It shoiiiti be noted 4 -.that the rcpiesenlalions on behalf ot the Citv were foimulaled by; if Committee of Ihe Bond ol 'irade .ind unanimousl) ap- proved bv Ihe Council of the Boaid of Trade and mfoi inallv appioved the M.nor and Cih 'the success- ful (onclus-on ot thes negotiations is of p.iiamount impoit- as no consequential pi ogress can he made until such a policy has bcni am ml to between tin Cm and me Rmlvvav Cothpan) Au engagement has hctn made Mi D C Coleman, Geneial Superintendent to shmil.v MM! the Cilv is a guest ol the Bond ol Tiado, on which occasion it is, contemplated im- poitant announceincnls be made with lefeience lo the Cih oi Lelhbndge and ils fuluie position iclatioii to the Opeiat- Depai (men I COMMERICAL AND rVDUSTRIVL PROGRESS Gas seiuce extended to the Leliibiulge Howei Builduiij in J.imuin and an agreement was made the the hinds lequirul toi the constiuctiou of the be n baled Citj advanced main the understandim; that the same "on fuluie bills im "as supplied lo the Cih V snlislactou suntv was made in Januan lot a Rdiho'id siding lo seise Ihe Lethbndqe POWLI Building ,md the consirue- lion ol Ihe same is now subject lo a letcieudnm extension of the lease of space m the Lethbudge Powei Builuniff lo Ihe Richardson Scale Compain has been for- three jeais from 1st, 1911 When are returned from the Head Office al same will remain lo be on belialt of the Cih It appears Ihat some disagieemenl has auseti between P 11 Rice, of'Winmpeg, and his associates with icfeieuce to pio- ceedmg undei the contract made lulli him on Octobei for the constitution of a Malting Plant This contiact allows Mi Rice unti! September 1st. 1914, to complete his pail ol the agreement The interest of local imeslois in the pio-usion of a Told Stoiagc enterpuse still continues with some piospect ol a material showing in the near fuluie The Lethbridge Chocolate and Caiuh Compam a co-pail- neislup began business m Januarj and i also been secured in tlie central business distnct puBLicrrr A second edition of of the folder entitled "letlibudge On The Slap' was published m-Februaiv A large demand foi tins publication has arisen in. ex en ditecuon .Already a con- sideiable inquiry is icsulting from tlus dislnbuttim The Annual Benort of tins Dcuaitment fot 1913 was publish- ed m an edition of 1500. There is a continuing demand ior the information Iheiein contained _A mannscupt with suitable illustrations has been piepaied foi a publication to be entitled "Lite in Letlibudge The author- itj of Ihe Council w as obtained ioi an expense oi 00 tor this publication Howexer ior the sake oi ccononn the publication has been withheld bv the Department. ......Ja------------- The imuoitant news ansing iroin the institution of the Alberta Laws mill an_atitlionzed capital of lias Jieen government br Commission the leoiganualion of tlie Board oi saine was duly reporled upon on Maich ISlh Since Ihat time an imcstigauon has been made oi Ihe m.ukels at Calgarj, Edmonton On this DcpaiIment the Flee De- and Medicine Hal A proposition tor the1 use of the so-called System within the Citj ot Lelhbndge has been extended Auditorium pioperly on South 5th Sheet, owned b> Mr C ,1 established new piam ol cement and Brick con- (ile oigamzatiou of the Ad C struction al 1254 5th A S This enterprise was opened foi current events lias been supplied to tin Maikct Ouhnance has been The establishment Oi a M.u- o Club and oUier impoitant DisUicts ,ujd Hurai Eckstorm has been secured and a drafted and reporled to the Council ket is now subject to a leterenduin RURAL RELATIONS In Report on Januaiy 15th, 1914 undei the topic of "Metropolitan Opportunities and Obligations" I called atten- tioif to the lelation between the City ot Lethbudge and the de-velopmcnt ot Agucultuie in the smrounding country. About the a request was addiessetl to the Lellibridgc Board of Trade suggesting the provision ot a Committee on Rural Rela- Uncler the same head the suggestion -was offered that the Agricultural Socieh might make a gieatet utilization of the Fan Giound pioperlj owned b> the Cih Since that time an agice- ment been cntcied mlo between the City and Mi 0 M Hatch lor the conduct ot a Live Stock Exchange on flic Fair Grounds By authority ot the Council the Commissioner attended the sessions ol Ihe oth Annual Comention ol the Local Impiovement lions business March Isl and is engaging m supph of milk, bullei, ice cream and olhei dairj products lo local consumers and lo Hie trade in Southern Albertu and Southeastern British Colum- The Crjslal Dairj Limited has just completed a bia of brick and cement' construction at 531, 13ih Street Sou This Company is mcorpoialed under Alberta Laws with a p-ud- up capital of md will be opened toi business May lip capital Crjslal Limited to manufacture butter, cheese 'ice nulK. and a renowned Bulgarian culteied milk, and will cater to the trade in Southern Alberta and the Crow's Nest Pass The Lethbridge Face Buck arc1 Pioducls Companj shortly be mcorpor tied under the Albeila Mi James A Close of Woodslock Ontario, has latclv pui chased from Ihe Canathan Pacific for this entcrpnse 16 acrcs'iiorth of tlie and bounded bv the Macleod Road three cailoads of machinery emoutc. He pioposcs to manu- facture tapestij buck, hollow buck and (ham tiles and will en to shai'e the business in these lines in all the teinlon between Winnipeg and Mi Close is the pa'cntce and manufactuiti ot certain Jor clavwoik- ing and of ceitam jnoccsscs ior tlie introduction of fast colors on Mi Close also contemplates of brick _______________ supplied to the Canadian newspapeis and penodicals winch given liberally oi their space for the same The propaganda ioi The Postal Libiaiy which has; been quite has incidenth given Ihe Cih a prominent place in the discussion oi the project and will continue to do so The Depai tincnl has been_ disappointed in the lack of en- opeiation in us campaigh nj ine KufcU" Schools A re- quest foi a brier and tliscussioi, oi thi publication -Lclli- budge on the Map" in the upper giades ot the Public Schools, and which was endorsed by the Publicity Committee oi the Board ol Trade did not Meld the ot an acknowledgement iiom the Board of Edueaiion Hovvevei I am pleased to teport favorable action on the same lequest bj the Separate Schools Your attention is also called lo the ofiensive disregard by the Lellibudge Public Schools ot certificates of attainment ufteicd bj Calgarv on Maich 11.12 aiid 13, and a'lepoit of Hie same was duly made to the Council. The Boaid oi Trade oigamzed a Committee on Rural Hela- tions on April 8th and has begun hioad sunej and Ueatmeut of the Agncultural conditions and possibihtes ot Southern Al- beita in general and of the locality ol Lethbridge iu puiticular Seveia) important conferences have alieady been held with Rail- toad oihcials, Bankers and Agiieultuiahst-, Campaigns for standardising the Lelhbiidgc Potato, tor the cultivalion of cu- cumbeis and Ihe cultivation oi sugai beets have alteadv been launched Sub-committees aie now consideiing possibilities of other ciops An indexed map ol ihe Lethbiidgc Banking aiea is in piepaiation A sub-committee is drafting plans of alion foi a live stock association to assist lai mers in stni ting their expected thai new activ- UnU1 "ti-.i, nr ilin Rnaid of trade will aecompns 1 a uieai uuui non-rccogmlion ot such certilicates ill-comports with Ihe man of llns Committee DEPARTMENT EXPENSES west and noith Mi Close is now on the ground and has tcmporancollS propaganda lor immigiahon from that countn Report the expenses ol the Depai (ment foi i-.nlnafls nf mar.lnnen emoutc. He monoscs to rnanu- T., it, AITII..I, .m nui he success, In im Annual tteport me expu scs ui me. In 01 dei Ihat the campaign foi American settlers maj be success at machinen in Lellmndgr flic Marinaro Alaicaiom Factoiv hsio-latcl" i1 inanuafcture of sausages and cheese in Us emcipiisc lammenls and a due respect shown lor the social educational and political institutions hum which thev come jid which must be deai to them Citizens oi Canada who are no occasion foi making deprecating companions between the 10 3 Numerous files have been composed in the Department and remain for futuie icteience These files include seveial prom- coinmerical and industrial which aie commended I Schools ot this country and ot the United Suucs W'thotit sndi a the invitation to settle in llns country extended to citizens oi the United Stales in Ihe campu.gns conducted bj the for jour attention .THE INTERIOR TERMINAL ELEVATOR Negotiations begun in the earlv par! of 1013 bv the Leth- buJge Board ofliade toi the localion of an Interior fein- r.1! EInvator at Letlibndge were dulv tokni up and suppoitcd hj this DepaiImenl Due acknowledgement is herebv made of the able and peisistent efforts on be hall of this imdeitakuig bv Mr W C Ives Honorable W .4 Buchanan, M P Di J b Stewart, ML Mr John Tajloi, Mr G W Green and Mi G R Mai noch The Gbvernmenl has announced (he location of such an at Calgaiv A bner has since bciMi prepdicd and filed bv this Depailm nt with the Buaul ol Grain Commissionei s and the Minister of Trade' and Commerce looking to the location of a! second Elevator to he located in Lethbridge. FRblf EXCHANGE A-brief advocating the location of a Fruit Exchange in Lelh- bridge was prepared by this Deparlmcnt and filed on February Bill, 1914, wilh the Commission.now: investigating the High Cost of Living IJARGE TELESCOPE A brief advocating the location of the large telescope in Lcth- bridge was pif pared and filed bj this Department on February Mth; 1914, with the Minister of the Interior. AGRICULTURAL SCHOOL Correspondence and intei views have been had vyith the Pro- vincial Minister of Agriculture icl'ociling lT7e eatablishmenl of rin Agricultural School in Lethbridge and'emphasizing the desii-a- iJihty of providing in such i school a gateway for the youth of the City to the farm as well as a school toi Ihe youth of Ihe fanning districts proper Such a School located in the Lelhbndge Ex- hibition Grounds or in will be in sight of the most progressive and comprehensive agiiculluial undcrlnkingrin Can- ada including dry farming, irrigated farming, garden truck farm- nig, green houses, slock yards, Exhibition Grounds, Henderson Park and the Dominion Experimental Farm. 1 ru- Uie continuation of these negotiations. Cilv. the Province and the Dominion are stamped with insincerity The Pubhcil> Committee ol Ihe Lethbridge Boaid of Trade mgamml the Lethbudge Ad Club with 105 Chailci Members on April 28th It is intended that the Club will co-ordinate the forces oi the younger business men ol Ihe CHj who heretofore have not been clfcctivelj associated Uiiui tins dav the Comimssionei ot this DepaiInient has been Hie Chairman of this Conimitlee. On Ihe onginal suggestion of the Commissionei' of this Dc- paitmenta call was extended foi a meeting ol men holding similai positions m Ihe Pi OMiiee oi Albeita Cilgaiv on Maich 14th In t' were a number of important i it was desnahle to co operati. in Medicine Hat on April llth. an organization was eliected under the title "Industrial and Publicity of Albeila" and your commissioner was elected a duecloi ol the same Tins Association is already, active with both Ihe Provincial and Dbriiiii- Januarv Tebiuaiv Mai eh April Actual Expense Expenses Balance to Credit .OOO'OO pci month The monthlj have been as lol- hO 872.iil 79r) 71 (188 78 788 55 CONCLUSION Having concluded m> engagement with the City I lake this oppoilumtv lo acknowledge the umfoiml) couijcous licalment and nrompt icsponse lo Ihe itqmiements and iccommendations of the Depai tment, bj His Woiship W D L Haidic, the Mayoi, by Mi A M "Giacc, Commissionei of Public Woiks and by M- .J.. rt C TV.KI., lit.. Ilio tirn Hcid, Coniinissionci of Public Ulihlios, also the svm- pathclic assistance in my woik SEND TO CANADA FOR THEM Nothing In The United States Like Gin Pills For The Huial Relation8 Rcspccltully submitted IOSEPH P 'TRACY Commissioner Lclhbiidt'c, Alhertn Mas 5th, 19M "One touch of misery makes the whole world One box of G1X PILLS, made a royal frieml of Cauadft of n lady livin; She suffered in the United States, Troubles for years. F 1 .h Kidney and Bladder iclney anc found it ii impossible to 'get relief from1 any medicine she could buy. at home. Then -she heard of _.GIN PIBLS and sent all tlie tvay to Toronto for them. her last letter. It certainly is convincing evidence of the powers of GIN HI.LS lolielp tue K'ittticya and suffertra from K idvity MH! lilfddtr Trwblul feel bctttr, V Gaskell St, Woonsockrt, R I. "I enclose post office order for 12.50 for six boies of GIN PILLS forward to me as soon as possible as I have only ten pills on hand and as I am receiving snch'grcat heiicfit from thelu, I do not want to stop Ukirig them I have gained seven pounds since 1 began taking GIN Mrs. W. G. GRANT. GIN PILTvSari .SM'vfl! IrHRglstl at.soc. a box 6 for 50 Saniplefrce if you write-NationnlDniK Clujnl. Ka. Liwittd, Toronto. 2a KING AMERICAN FLEET SALUTES Vera Cruz, Mexico; May 8 The Am'erloan fleet off V.ra Cruz Jreiied ship todiy and fired a >al of twtnty juni, in honor of the fourth anniversary of the al- 'to the British throne of .King George. The Spanish- and French war veiselt alto fired salutes and the admiral! In port called up- on Rear Admiral fir Christopher the British 'commander, TURNED DOWN THE WOMEN London, House drug store for a 60 cent bottle of Wyeth's1 Sure and Sulphur Hnu- Remertj you this famous old recipe can be depended upon to restore natural color and beaut> to the hair nnd is eolendid for i dandruff du, rtverllh, itcln scalp and falling hair i nell known downtown drug gist says it darkens the hair so imtuiallv and eienlj that no can tell it has been ap piled blmph dampen a sponge or bcft brush it and draw this through your hair, taking one itrand at a time Br morning the grav uair dis appears and after another applt c'atlon or two. it.becomes .beau- tifully dark E'OSSJ soft awl abundant T D Higlnbotham t, Co, Ltd druggists BAD SLEET STORM IN NORTH DAKOTA Grand Porks, N D Maj damage was dona in part of vtho state last night by and ileet. which lias taken out practically all of the Ti-ires "west .of-, and which has torn.- teleiraph wires and poles over a wide area In the eastern the rainfall has part of tlie been general state and seeding operations are 'Being bwlly delayed, NEWSPAPER MAN COMMITS SUICIDE Medicine -Hat, Alta., May P. the limes staff of the Calgary Horald, committed .sui- cide .here by :dfinklhf car- bolic acid. He had-lived Hat only- for six months. -No reason for the rash act is given. MINERS GO BACK TO WORK Connolsvlk, Pa, May 7-.Two him of in low- er part of back an! in and pica- lag down paini I could not and had no appetite Sinte I haw Lydia E Vegetable Com- ponnd the achM and are all gsae end I feel like anew woman Iwnncit pramyoutmedidnetoohignly AUGUSTUS LfON, Terre Hill, Pa. It is tree that nature and a woman'i work han produced gtandtit renndy for that the world eyer known. From the roota and herlx'of the Lydia E. Pinkharo, forty yean ago, gave to womankind a remedy (or th-" lib which hai proved more efflcaciona than any othnr combiottion of ever com- pounded, and today Lydia E. Plnkham'i Vegetable Compound U recognised from const to coast as the atudmnt remedy for ills. In Flnkham Laboratory et Lynn, are containing of of front women Ing of them openly ttata ovortheif own BiKnatam that theyhavo regained their health by Uking Lydia E Compound; and In that it Hved Ibea Slum turgieal opeinUow ;