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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta VVediimlay, M'n'y S, Tire LETJlHKinGE DAILY HERALD Special Snaps Kino: clovou tract ot Fnill liuul adjoining Hie town- Bite 'oC.Kutao, .It. C., lightly Hlmboi'iid; 1'our acres partly eloiircU: f Kotll flllo, lots clohO to Hotel, Bftw Islimd, best buy tho o'.cl lovvnsito, no sub- at encli Throe fino lolsi tilso largo ..ilFcC'iUqch Addition, Klyp. UO each Coineii, ?17.i clirab to new liotbl." five''roomed cottage close to 'hotel; 'lot- 25 x 2S, One. fine iiO foot business loU two good res- lots, 5200 each. 1'in- rhoi City All'.or'any 0V the above on :Biimll wish1 iHrynient mid easy W.I Williams .....OWNER AVC..S.. .Lethbridge CHANTICLEER It. ('a fie 1ms put. Toiontn, M Jt'-Ob" to" life1 of Ontario to decide' whether crowing" is a 11 uiBanco that- should and can he pro- hibited... He fioin" a ford across the river to their pro- perty. On motion ol Mayor Hatch the-pec-' retary-treasmer will inform Mr Bart lett, that the city is not _yet in pqs- of the property asked his letter, but that if he will havei Ijis engineer consult the city engineer and point out to the hittei tho route of the right-of-way, some arrangement might he made which would be" satis- factory to both parties. Tho report of the committee of the whole dealing with the recommenda- tion of Supt. Reid that, the steel for ihe car barns bo bought from Hie Wis- consin Bridge and Iron Works, at; a cost: of The report of the com- mittee-of the whole was adopted._ A was presented trom :the residents of 2nd avenue noilli askiug that the city cngineenng department consider thP a.U nnbilitv of laying jj.ut of the old plank sidewalks ic from the sections where ce- ment walks luive hucu laid to Uiu street in question. Aid. Adamn stated that he had been over the "ground, and thought thai tho recommendation or the pptition bhould be adopted The city engineer therefore be em- powered to invcstlgato with power to act iu the matter. 'Joint Committees-Named ,1 of llio Ag- -HcnUnral wroic.-elating that lindcr ilia constitution of their new were made to have .three.of tho members of the city council'appointed to the board in order to have, representation on Uliit'body.. -As Mayor JJalch and Aid. of the board, the name, of. Aid. Aird was add- ed, thus making up the joint committee of .the and; agricultural board. l The Board "of Trade and Business Men's Association wrote enclosing copies of resolutions' re the gas by-j law, effacing tho names of the'stree'ts from step's io the 1st avenue south, etc. These'; wore' ordered ac- knowledged'and filed. The report: of the Children's Shel- tor asked-for-by :-'A.1d. Bowman was re- ceived, and found- "satisfactory. It ahbwed that the actual cost of main- tenance per child- month if, In qv cess of -tho government grant, but nothing will be iu the nutter at the present To A bylaw foi the ol ?-OOr 000 ir necefasary trom the Bank Montreal fo-r iihe in pmchasing ma- terial .and" paying.-wages until money realized from the of (he cit> bonds, was passed, the bonds to be j deposited with the bank in tho mean-j time as security Foots the Bill Tho now Health Act ib caubing j more than .a little worry to the city i council U seems that according to J the act .the health 'board, .which is ap- pointed. Tiy..the city council, has most j eiliaordnicry powei5, and that the council has over their actions" H the board of health wants appear that tho jcity..council'twould have to do it diuittheu loot the bill This mode of did not ap strouglv to the aklermen, especially; Aid. ;..BOAVman, who, when the Board of Health, lepoit capie up, moved that it> be copsideied at. business. thought that there should be on the' -new the board and the couueil just where thei. stand an relation to eich othji and to the sections of the act i At-the last meeting of the Board, 'it was moved increase the wages, of the-drivers In depa-rtment.. ;The -council was asked to confirm this, but if it done; Is %eiy goodi reason to belie ye that; the duvcrs in ftveiy otbei depait- ment of the city will come to the coimcii asking for a similar advance, Aid; Bowman tho report be tabled and that the city solicitoi be asked to bi ing in a i c poit on the act defining elearlj the relations between the' two bodies under tho. act. Hardieville to Get Water The matter of suiipljiug Hardre- ville a supplj also came between the two corporations being'submitted as am- P'ALLING SCAFFOLD INJURED WORKMEN Moiifreiil, May working on a forty-foot scaffold this morning, at the Ilitz-Carlton Hotel, corner Sher- brook and Dnitumond streets, twelv-s men, without any warning, were hurl- ed to i ho ground, when the scaffold collapsed under their weight. 'One man, Christian Matenu, was inytantly killed; and three others were ao ser- iously injured that had to-be tuken to the hospital for J Thosf. seriously injured arc: .lames' An.mo. Marrv Baknr and Phil Tietis-j blay. All of iho others'vsrfcjied wilh j ended bv Sohcitoi 'Bali Thetc some' misunderstanding .howev to wbethel the tity was to recede :rom the Milage u guarantee de posit or, not, this to-cover the cost of tho hrst month's supply in fhe same way as thu deposit placed the city by intlnulual udtei useid was therefore tabled until the next meeting of'the; council when all the he worked out wrote stating that lie would, be pleased to accept his an ppintment'to-the board.oT trustees of tho .city sinking fund; The other two members will be notified, and asked to appoint a chairman in P. L. resigned. i Made Chief Oillespie made a lepoit show- ing; that during; the-recent J29 leases, were given put, and after paying all expenses, ?M7 had been turned over to the city accountant. A Snap For a Few Days Only Jlodern 7..room house, in Rivervie'ivV lot'33" x 110 feet, Full cement basement in -the house. Price Terms cash, balance In month- ly payments. WE WANT EXCLUSIVE LISTINGS AND WILL AD- VERTISE .SAME Fire and Hall Insurance The G. E. Fleming Agency Phone 12U2 St. S. The freight terminus of the Canadian Northern Railway The yard The shop The Clearing Point of the Pacific Coast The City to Fill a Need The City Possessing More Natural Advantages and Commercial Possibilities than any other Pacific Coast port A City where "Rail Meets therefore a dry of Absolute Certainty of its future luubor. the in (lie world. Tlie logical position as the gateway io the orient ami the Panama, Canal for half ibo Continent of North America aaid'all Europe. Standing as the terminus of miles of railway Hiib's'as the western outlet of Can- ada's host citips. Port Mann is destined (o become the commercial ri- of Vancouver and its industrial superior. Do von know 'of a city with such an heritage? T Large Residential Lots 50 x 125 and 66 x 150 and alk'vs in rear ot all. Good drainage and unexcelled A iew. See our Agents at once. own or the major portion. FREEMAN MACLEOD CO, Dominion Lethbridge PACIFIC PROPERTIES Ltd Pacific Building, Vancouver THIEVES GO TO JAIL 4 MONTHS JUDGE THOMPSON HANDS OUT SENTENCES AT BUILDING TRUNK ROADS Kcrnic, Ifbnor, JiulRp 'Jhompioii, hai brai holding Counts Couil Iicrc jcslpi'laj ami and will-hold a session loniorrow The two Smitli lnotliolh, UUiui and Alircd, wcic tound gillltj ol Uiofl and sentenced todav to foul months in Uic Nelsdii jail Thcso ale the t acuisi'd of bitJling (torn the C P U freight sheds here TOme lime ago Jl. Hcrchmci conducted the pro sedition and 1 Kishei appeared For the defendants A large (Jabs of foi, min- ers' certificates ale at llie uoiirt house and will be .it it for tuo or three dajs he School Hoard .seem to: be hav- ing dilliculh in aniMiig .it a final conclusion ahout the location of a IICK ichool bonds, for which will have to be voted. lioad .Superintaidenl, JlcNish has over a hundred nnln work on the roads in 'the district aid forty of these are camped at the mouth of C'icci, opposite the town, and ore cutting a right-of-way and prc- 5 to grade the last mile and a half'of ihe, new- cut-oil; in the trunk load between Ilosrael and Fernie This will mnke the road shorter and much hotter than was Ihe old roa.l which was by the public last Gangs of nifii aic at work all iilong Ihe load fiont here to i and liv the first1 of July this road I will be in condition throiii'iiouf file Kcrnio district. REI.'URNING OFFICERS The returning officers In the prov- incial byoreleetiona Include Percy If. Helcher in Edmonton: Jobil' Harold in Sturgeon. 'Mid U. K. JlcGpwan, CHANGE ON CALGARY PAPER Calpary, Mav 7 is nndeiatood that new interests and a new manage ment will shortly take of the Calgary s-Telegrani fn this con- nection it is stated Thomp faon and Geo iTijon, till lecelltly controlled the Saskatoon Daib Capital, l.avo now become identified with the local publication. i MONTREAL'MERCHANT DEAD E J Major, of Monti eal, a ell- Known business man, is dead LENNOX FOR MORINE'S JOB "Ottawa, May appointment oC a1 successor to Hon. A' B. Morine, K. C, as head of the puillc service commisHion, will be taken up government, when the premier -re- turns. i Among tlie propotali being connid- ered is that Mr. Justice llough- ton Lennox, evM. P., just appointed to the Ontario high, court, Btfpuld 'be tnkffn the regular courtv work'for a year, and preside over the commis- sion till it finishes ita .mvutiwUon. Going Fast! t Only ten Tudhope Fish Wagons left. We will clear these ou.t .at Cost. McLaughlin Rigs Our largo stock of these fine vehicles is aJs-o being rapidly reduced. Wo every btylc from a Road Cart to tlio Iliglioi-l, Class Stanhope. Seed wheat, outs, barley, flax and potatoes. Cellar Space for on application iHyde Sauhders ;