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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta MATTERS DISCUSSED imbtrlng to be Adopted-C�rp�nUiV Wtgtt- Sympathy for tht Mayor Exprcucd. keeping the waterworks ttapnrtme-nl hooks will bo adopted by tiro Fin  nncc Committee. Hemes and Cooke were granted n license ns real estate agents. | The book, salary of J. U. Harper as bandmaster was ordered paid, 1 Aid. Cunningham nrought in a dny la* but lately come from Erig  land. A* an Indication of how ho likes tho country, It, may bo stated ihnt he exacts his own family shortly and also a party of nine young nton who are friends of his in Eng-land. '; The organ music much improves to his recent l>ereavemcarcd tic- ready taken however to have the fore the Council to enlist their as- deed transferred to the city, slstonco in securing union wages and The City Council passed n resold-hours on the building or tho Ellison tton expressing heartfolt sympathy Mill II si-ems tlmt the contractor is with Ills Worship, .Mayor (lalbralth, paying 81 for a twelve hour day, In his recent bereavement and in  while union wages are *4.0i� for nine structed tho city clerk to write him hours. The applicants claimed that a letter of condolence, this was unfair to the local contrac to Mr. Humphries' enthusiastic claim, As for tho city Itself, Me. Itumph-rles sn^a it. is booming. Hie |>ro -vlnetnl .license law provides that every hotel imist have at least 48 .bedrooms and there are. at the present time six hotels in the city. Bo grant Is the 'Influx of settlers that there has been made provision for a large numlicr of tents with people in charge for the accommodation of the Incoming surge of Immigration tors mitl carpenters. Aid. Oliver and llowumu pointed out that tho conditions granted the Milling Co. had FIRE INSURANCE HATES. The first-class fire insurance rates nit been closed so that tho Council in tathbrHhjt Is eighty cents, start-: eonlil do nothing. A committee In- Ing with a basis of twenty-five cents, eluding the Mayor and Aid. Mncftulh The Underwriters Association prepare and HowiiHin was appointed to inter- n key of tho rates giving ibe value view the contractor to try andhavu of Improvements on tho different the desired change made. Messrs. points of fire protection. Improxo-Ritchie and Scholield expressed ihelr meuts in these |>articulnrs reduccsllio satisfaction and thnnks. Insurance rates proportionately. The The knottiest problem of the boss- key is publlshod so as to give some ion was the application of C. .1. idea of the improvements considered-, Eckstorin for the privilege of erect � necessary by the insurance authoring a tent loOx-K) It. on the north - ties, west corner of Hound and DulTerln streets for u public ball and for sleep LETHHRIDdE KE... HATE OF IX-ing accommodation. Tho members SI RANCH, of the Council were very anxious to ' give every assistance to Mr. Eck - Hasls ..........................................2." child Is awakened us Well its several n't her people. The Taller attended ft mooting of the City Council tho other evening, and was surprised to note thefgreat variety of affairs that came up for consideration. Among others wns a report telling that the city lenm had spent an hour hauling some Bower In th� Supreme Court of the Norlk W�tl TerrUorlet. .HjDlClAL DISTRICT OF LETII-HR1DUE. llolwecn Alma Sophia Olson, Ad -ininlstratrlx of the will annexed of tho estate of Nils August .Freestone, pipe to one point, a half an hour taking something else somewhere else ' IMnlntlfT. and .lames Ploreo and Ileal estate is booming also. To il-'und so on making n total of twelve Emrnn Valentino, Defendants. Instroto, Mr. Humphries cited the |hours that the city team had work- "I'on tho application of tho Plain-grounds of the visiting club as an ed for the Waterworks Departmottl. !lllY "V ,wr Advocate and upon read example of boom In price of land. At tho outset of the existence of tho Lethbrldgo baseball club, seven acres were purchased for grounds at flOO per acre. A' few weeks ago the club was offered 910,000 for the seven acres of ground. . Mr. Humphries Is favorably impressed with the city and is thorough ly enjoying himself throughout his LaCrosse Trader-Express, which has I ^ ,n LftCirOsao.  lh> has sent for a circulation of 42.000. 'souvenirs of this country and will A. E. Humphries, vlco �t haV(j {hmn hcpo in ft ,6w Ue ,H the Western  Canadian Iah\j to end ' Tho Taller Uinughl. It slrange that in ">* lhc ""W'vvlts of Malcolm Voung a CITY Council the time of thewhol.e *���� C Simmons. 1)1*1. Council should be taken with such I n> ,S ORDERED that service up-trlvial mutters with which commit - �� ��� defendant. )*nma Valentine, lees mlghi have power to deal. If ��' ,hc asked for the Fire. Water und Light Commit-on eight-ton roller for the street lee to consult with Mr. Eckstorin. work. A special mivting of the Couu-| When tho question of a plan for ell will be called to consider the street nuintoring enmc up, K. H. paving of the city streets. ; Fessemlen addressed the council in The report of the Market Imml - 'further explanation of a letter ad-grntion and Publicity Committee es- 'dressed to ihc council by .1. I'. tiinnting nn expenditure of $230O Hughes. Mr. Hughes was instructed was adopted. An extra Sl6t) was to go ahead on a plan to l)e npprov-voted for the expends of the public- ed by the City Engineer. He was ity agent. given the exclusive privilege of put- Petltlons for n sewer on Cutbill tins up the tiumi�crs for n period of St. for sidewalk on Coutts between three months, in return for tho scr-Hedpath und Ford Streets, for. cross- vices he would render the city in ing on Ford St. at Ashinend street, drafting and putting Into operation for cement walk from Ijethbridge Ho- u plan of numbering. Tho cost will tel to the Fire Hull were referred to Is' seventy-live cents for resldeoijps the Works ujul Property Committee, mid a dolhir for business houses, and J. It. Edwards und D. King ud  the putting on of the numticrs Is dressed the Council on U'lmlf of the optional. Conflagration ha*urd .................Oil Streets not paved...................... .02 Waterworks not standard .............Oil Pump house not standard ,........i.'Ml No pump house protection ...........03 No valve for stand pipe ...............�& Hose not sufficient......................11:1 No salvage corps........................ .OH Fire Hall exposed .......................02 Itrigade not standard .................. .to Horses work on streets .................01 No Are alarm ............................ High winds ............................10 Single circuit from electric light eystein to pump house ............Oil resources and above nil Its wonderfulI ,| , 1{o\v||UMl thnse)>a)l soason starts early. .Innunry 37, 1000. Itelng tho first game ployed at Lethhridge that _year. February Irt was the best possible this year. TALI. TALK AHOl'T THE TOWN play with -Lethhridge no longer. * JlO&SlPk�i j f ON THE SIDEjTaM,M'  ao Travelling seems to lie somewhat strenuous these days. A man on the train told us the other day that he had been five days coming front Toronto. In the course of his journey he got mixed up In two wrecks and Mr. Northorn ami sister have unoved on his homestead last week and Is busy building n barn for his horses lie comes from near llrundon. Mr. .lohn Lyiin Is home from Diamond City and is busy fencing his homestead. Mrs, W. Hurries has moved from I town on her homestead. Michael Lynn Is getting n well dri'led. l'ully and Cohnson ts doing tho Job and we are expecting good water In a short time. ' Mr. D. .1. Davis is going to * the city on the ilrd on business. Our school is getting along rather slow on account of so much bad weather, but with flno weather vill Ik* completed soon. Mr. 8. Sage has tho contract he nnsMr. D. .1. Davis helping him and we predict n fine Job when finished. Mr. A. White has gave op his home stead on 21, and is gone to fairer fields, and his pleasant smile is much mtoxed especially among the fair sex. of May, A.D., 100", In the weekly newspaper, the Lethhridge Herald, published at Ijelhbrldgo in the Province of Alberta be deemed good and sulllelent service of the said writ and statement of claim upon the defendant. Emma Valentine. AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the snld defendant, should enter nn appearance to tho said writ of summons and lllo her statement of defence In the Olllcc of The Clerk of the Court nt IxHhbrldgo on or Im>-fore the 1st day of July, 100T. AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the costs of this application be costs In the cause. ARTHUR I. Dated May !lrd. t�07. SI ETON. C. .1. S. (!. NOTICE. LUNDY NEWS. Owing to the Illness of Mr. Ridley, the services here conducted at Cor-mangay ami Lundy by Mr. Fade of Claresholm on Sunday last. The boys will meet on Saturday, May 4th for the purpose of clearing a diamond. This is to he located on the opon section opposite Mr. Ilek-!*'*>. More particular* about this lethhridge is a town of Ave or six thousand Inhabitants in the province of Alberta, 06 miles from the Inter - national boundary line. It is the, _ ... . . home of the Gait coal mine* and Is *" ocoaslon the engine broke the best domestic field to C�iado. I *''Wn "ringing the train to a stand 700 miners being, employe,! .m tho Hti" soVorftl mHw ,n,,n now'hw mines in that vicinity. H Is the terminal ..point of two railroads, the Canadian Pacific -and tho A.It. * L The richest farm land in America surrounds the new city for a circumference of over one hundred miles and It Is here thai the Turkey lied winter wheat Is grown, u grnlnwhirh yields from 3T> to /til bushels to tho residents on Argyle Ave., asking that Tne current accounts were ordered thut the ditch then- lx> covered over, paid and orders given for fixtures and j baseball later but when the umpire ns It wns a danger to the children furnishings for the city clerk's office, say* "play ball" we'll to there, you and depreciated the value of the Upon the recommendation of Aud- .bet. property. It wos referred to the itor It. Sage, a simplified method of Mr. Eade. who preached on Sun One mini's comfort is another's discomfort. There Is no place where th's is more evident than on the train. One person feels too hot and wants a window opon. thus throwing u draught on some one else who already feels chilly. The simple prattle of a child is very annoying to a acre. Natural gas is found in large j crusty old bachelor ami he imikes the ! quantities ami the temperature Is a I- mother feci very uncon>fortablo with most %IIkc that (if- Vo.orado. This | his diKngjjeoublo looks ami remarks. country, is In'wh^i "is known as the Chinook fieri";a'nla "�*ere  they use wheel rigs the year round;'according A few hours later tho same old bach is having n snooze as comfortably ns he can and snorest so loudly that tho and marked TENDERS WANTED. Tenders are Invited for the privilege of cutting Hay on lands owned by the AlU'rtu Railway and Irrigation Company. Tenders describing tho lands for which |k>rmit is, required ami the amount offered, must lie lodged with the Company by the 2'Jud May next, with n deposit of 10 |>er com of the amount of tentlor. Terms nf payment, per cent when tender is accepted, balance October 1st. 1007. All tenders must lie nddress�>d to THE ALI1ERTA RV1LWAY AND IHHIOVNOX COMPANY. LETIHIHIDOH. 'liny Permit. This action Is brought to enable the Plaintiff Administratrix with will annexed of ihe Estate of Nils August Freestone. Into of Stafford in the Province of Alberta, to obtain registration of a certain transfer of the East half of lot One (1) according to n plan of Sulsllvlslon of the East, half of Legal. Subdivision Throe (II) and the East half of Legal Wuhdlvls-Um six (0) In Section seven (7) Township nine (0) Range twenty-one (21) west of tho Fourth Meridian In the Province of Alberta from .1 nines Pierce to the said Nils August Freestone, and cancellation of Certificate of Titlo No. 101 registered in the \Mf\i\ Titles Omen for tho South Alberta I .and Registration District In the name of the Defendant, Emma Valentine, in so f�r ns It affects I he said lands, and In the alternative damages against the said defendant .lames INorce-In the sum of $ I.Alio. Dated at IjPlhbridgo in the .1 utile -in I District of liolhbrldge this Hnl day of May. A.D.. 1007. W. C. SIMMONS. , ^ Advocate for the Plaintiff. AAArtAAAAfW�WVWVWVVWU^ .....M�ni�M*y � al�|a|a,a,a1ar^|^r%)a �i a- > WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Consists of Wild Lands, from $5.50 to 9.00 per acre en bloc, and 7.50 to 15.00 per acre at retail. Land near railway 9.00 per acre ^and up. Improved Farms $15 to $35 per acre. Now is the time to make selection, if yoii want good land near railway. GALL ON US FOR INFORMATION. St COONS OLIVER BLOCK, LETHBRIDCE ;