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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Ma.y 10, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY -HERALD Page 5 TAX SALE NO 3 Saie Of Lands For Arrears Of Taxes Lot 34 6 N% of 7 22-24 A 39-20 N.W. 50x325 of 4 4 W. 15 ft. of 5 7-8 10-11 W. 38 57 ft of 2 3-2 S-7 3-4 P-9 5-6 4-5-46 S-4 2-3 34-3f. 20-21 22-23 26-27 25-28 S-9 Sub. of 10 12 E. of Sub. 10 9 Sub. of 24 1-2 E.% 13-11 wy> is W14 14 3-4 20-21 33 50-51 44-45 1-2 3 6 20-21 2B 4-5 47 4S 52 109 22 41-2 10 57 77-79 SS 1-8 37-38 3-4 38-39 90-93 1-3 12-13 22-23 12 26-27 Blk. A A B C D JD D E E E H V V V V V 1Z 2Z 20 39 55 55 92 93 122 5 5 9 9 17. IS IS IS 18 19 19 19 20 21 22 22 23 26 2 Sub. of 14 Addition Sub. of 5 6 Sub. of 5 Sub. of 1 2 Sub. of 13, 14 part, of 12 Sub. of 8 Sub. of 9 Sub. of 4, 3 A Sub. of 5-9 Cost and Amount Advo. Total 26.06 80.31 46.'02' 99 23 15.19 80.20 170.73 34.09 32.10 3.65 9.08 o.65 10.28 2.56 9.07 18.12 4.45 6.00 .4.32 9.02 1.73 2.76 2.S2 5.46 Duff 6.78 ltJ.2' 1.7174 44.17 IS-- -4.1 (5 48.11 5.86 171.89 18.23 6.52 9.91. 8.60 3.11 '3.41 9.77 -7.72 "6-Qb 7.94 .1.84 .18.46. 2.89 6.84 78-90 11.36 3.S6 37.22 12.14 29.71 89.39 51.67. 109.51 17.75 89.27 188.85 38.54 55.57 37.02 88.78 8.51 19.88 20.56 '49.63 23.40 BY-LAW NO. A by-law of the City of Letb- bridjce to raise the Burn of 000.00 for the purpose of repay- ing certain indebtedness hereto- for incurred by the City in con- nection with the City's share of! Local Improvements made during the year 1SIC, asd 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 certain moneys were from time to time raised by way of temporary loan by the City of Lethbridge in pursuance j of the Lethbridge Charter for defray-' ing the City's share of the cost of cer- tain Local Improvements, such tem- porary loans in all amounting to the sum of AND WHEREAS by sub-section (d) of section 3 of Title XXI of the Leth- bridge Charter the Council is given power to make by-laws "for contract- ing debts not payable within the cur- rent and it is deemed advisable to raise by -way of loan on the credit of the said City of Lethbridge, the said sum of for the purpose of repaying such temporary loans. AND WHEREAS it is deemed ex- pedient that the said.loan bear inter- est at the rate of four and a half per per annum to be paid.half- vearly. and the said principal sum of to be paid at the expiration of thirty years from the date of this by-law taking effect..... in the event of ...the-, consent of the Burgesses being obtained thereto af- ter one: month from-the 26th day of, April. A. D., 1911, being the date of the firat publication thereof in the "Lethbridge and that the votes of the will be taken i upon the proposed by-law on the 18th day of May, A. D., '1911, between the hours of nine tn the and seven o'coclrin the afternoon, In! the City at the City of Leth- j bridge- GEO. W. ROBINSON, Secretary-Treasurer. BY-LAW NO. A By-law of, the City of Leth- bridge to raise the sum of 000.00 for water and sewage works, and of for the expenditure on Public Parks, and to issue debentures for the said sums and provide for the assessment and collection of the amounts necessary to retire such debentures. May, A.D., 1911. at the City offices in the City of Lethbridge, between the hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon, and seven o'clock In the afternoon. 7. That the Ballot papers shall so prinked: (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 k space 'for' or 'against' separately j (b) That the'Burgess, if he ap- proves of. both, may record his vote accordingly as voting I for both. f j 8. The Mayor shall, at his office in the City of at ten o'clock in the forenoon on the seventeenth i WHEREAS; it is estimated that it i will to expend, during tha JOHN LEUCK WAS THE MAN'S NAME Futher Papers Found in Pockets Lead to Identi- fication A more thorough search of the clothes on the body of the man which was discovered in the Belly River o Moixlay evening resulted late yester day afternoon .in finding several pap day of May, 1911, on the application i Ied to the identification o or the man as John Leuck, oi Choteau County, Montana. These pap- ers were in the naf-ire of receipt found in the pockets of the trouser: by him' under his overalls There were two of them, one a roat taj; receipt, No. 5-17, issued by A C. Hurbank, treasurer of Teton Co. and the other a poor tax re Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Company tONG BROS., Office 1163. of any Burgees interested for against .the above..propositions or either of them, appoint two persons i to attend at the .polling place, and 'at S the fijial siJEcising up of iht1 votes as j hereinafter provided on behalf of the i persons respectively-interested in pro- .'moting or opposing: the passing of this j by-law or. either, of such pro- positions; 9. The Secretary-Treasurer shall. year 1911.-on extensions on the City's at his office in tie-City of Lethbridge. water mains and on its sewerage sys-jcn the nineteenth day of May, 1911, at tern, including the construction of I the hour of five o'clock in the after- storm sewers and plant for sewage I non. sum up the number of votes for issued by the same man. Stil another receipt showed that he had applied at a Lethbridge employment agency in October last and had been disposal (hereinafter referred to as and against the by-law, and the above sent to work at for the "Pronosirion (aV (the sum nf S211.00- nrnnrtsitinns rpsraiaf'.tivplv and y j f. 'Proposition (the sum of 00; and for improving and laying out the Parks secured by the City, (herein- after referred'to as "Proposition the sum of AND WHEREAS, by sub-section (d) propositions respectively, .and declare the result thereof. DONE AXD PASSSD IN COUNCIL i. .--r-n.- w i I AO. O 14 I VI AND W-HBRB.AS the value of the section 3 of TItJe xx, of Th D THIS........ DAY OF 54.77 88.67 7o'54 20.66 23.69 rateable property of the City of Leth- bridge, according to the last revised assessment roll, is. AND WHEREAS the amount of the existing debt of the Cityjof Lethbridge P.3.97 190.12 61.29 98.58 110.55 '84.14 23.77 97.02 74.48 56.22 9.78 1.73 8.94 2.18 1.49 1.43 '4.77 '2.26 2.06 10.14. .2-06 9.64 Sub. of 2-3 Sub. of 6-9 W. of Torrance Sec. 7 (N% Sec. 5) 'Wall-work E. of McKillop Higinbotham CoMn Turner Sub. of 1-5 18 Sub. of 4 Sub. of 5-11 13-1S Sub. 11-12 Sub. 1-5 16 4.74 22.69 12.33 15.81 11.35 10.64 31.10 Alexander Sec. 5) B9 B9 B9 139 147 25-S-22. 160 acres Pt. S.E. 2-9-22. 3 acres Pt. S.E. 2-3-22, 6 acres 1-5 3 14-16 3 19-20 3 11-20 4 6-12 5 1-4 7 3.--J6 7 17-20 7 31-32 7 11-16 S 37-40 9 13-18 10 27-28 11 3340 31 5-6 12 7-9 12 1-5-16 12 1-2 13 3-4 13 1-4 14 33.34 14 35-38 14 39-40 14 21-24 15 35-37 15 39-40 15 39-40 16 11-12 17 21-24 17 29-30 17 5-12 18 3-4 19 1-4 22 5-10 22 C. 66 ft. of 3 (W.of William) Vere N% of W% of 4 Vere 30 Pierce of 33 N.% of 37 C. 41ft. of 40.....-' 2.01 1.52 1.98 3.31 2.18 3-69 81.11: -4.16 2.1.1 2.44 "4.16 '1.86 '2.05 1.73 5.69 2.35 2.73 2.14 2.52 .S.2S 1.93 1.99 2.11 5.15 1.69 3.83 1.67 1.43 1.22 1.30 1.22 1.89 1.64 1.56 1.29 1.34 1.19 1.43 1.30 1.43 US 2.09 1.36 87.84 13.54 5.98 5.29 40.99 14.40 S.42 14.01 12.25 12.20 11.65 6.2 11.3 14.61 18.44 13.51 bridge Charter, the Council is given power to make by-laws "for ing debts not payable within the cur-1 rent and it is deemed advisable' to raise, by way of loan, on the credit i Mayor. outside of debts due for current ex- of Ciftr of Lethbndge .the said "ms of Wll.000.00 and S84.000.00. for Secretary-Treasurer. is the sum of no o an or, Q HFRRT PTVFV TH4T t nf nrinHnai or intftreBt the purposes aforesaid and to issue de- 1 NOTICE IS HERB! GH EN _ THAT instalment of principal or interest i 35.2 12.75 16.36 35.26 11X03 6.87 46.40 1 3.03 16.84 10.91 14.73 72.37 8-87 9.44 10.68 41.08 6.43 27.88 6.24 3-86 1.77 2.59 1.73 8.41 5.95 5.11 2.40 2.96. .1.47 3.81 2.56 3.S1 1.30 0.47 1.59 3.17 3.60 1.48 1.48 2.96 3.48 4.80 3.49 2.21 1.47 3.47 2.40 2.S1 2.40 6.93 2.46 2.76 4.13 .96 .90 7.S6 12.05 5.36 9.58 1.21 1.19 3.39 1.34 1.39 1.53 3.20 1.53 1.27 1.19 1.19 1.29 1.30 1.29 1.74 1.29 1.32 1.46 1.14 1.14 1.83 2.25 1.58 2.00 S.60 52.09 15.38 39.57 13.05 1.7.25 80.6; 1.0.S( 11. 12.79 46.23 8.12 31. 7.91 5.29 2.99 3.89 2.95 10.30 7.59 6.67 3.69 4.30 2.66 5.24 3.86 5.24 2.48 12.56 2.79 4.53 2.81 2.67 2.67 4.30 2.67 6.33 2.69 6.33 3'.4S 2.65 2.65 3.69 4.11 3.69 8.67 3.75 4.08 5.59 j 2.10 I 2.04 9.69 14.30 6.94 11.5S 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 000.00 by way of loan .for tie purpose of repaying the" moneys borrowed by way of temporary, loan as aforesaid. 2. That debentures be issued for the sum of to be payable at the expiration of thirty years from the date of this by-law taking effect, sail debentures to be expressed as th< Council shall decide, either in sterlin; money, being for the sterling equiva lent of one hundred dollars each or in Canadian currency for each, or any multiple thereof not in all to exceed the sum of 000.00. with coupons attached thereto for the half-yearly interest on each debenture respectively, at the rate of four and a half per cent, per annum, payable- at The Bank of Mon treal in London. England; the Bank of Montreal in the City of 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. 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 property in the City of Letbbridge by special rate or rates sufficient there- for the sum of for paying .he interest on the said debentures, and the sum of to form a sinking fund for payment of the debt created by the issue of the said de- bentures, to be payable, levied and col- ected at the same time and in the same manner as other taxes are pay- ,ble, levied and collected by statute or by by-law of the City. 5. That this By-law shall come into ffect on the first day of June, A. D., 1911. 6. That the. votes, of the Burgesses bentures therefor. the above is a true -copy of a'by-law i which has been introduced, and which AND WHEREAS it is deemed ex-j may be finally passed by the Council pendient that the said loan bear the event of the of the terest at the rate of four and a half j Burgesses being obtained thereto af- per cent, per annum, to be paid ter one month from the 26th day of half-yearly, and the said principal April. A. D.. 1911, being the date of sums oJ and to! the first: publication thereof in the be paid at the expiration of thirty (30) "Lethbridge and that the years from the- date of this by-law votes of the Burgesses will be taken taking effect. upon the proposed by-law on the 18th I day of May, -A. D., 1911, between the AND WHEREAS the value of t.he hours of aine'o'clock in.the forenoon, luly qualified to vote on. this by-law, hall be taken or, the ISth of May, 911, at the City offices, in the City of jethbridge, between the hours of nine in the forenoon and seven 'clock in the afternoon. he C-ity of Le at his office in "ibriuge. at ten o'clock rateable property of 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 debentures are: Proposition, and Water (i) For paying the interest thereon (ii) For forming a sinking fund for payment of the debt created by debentures, issued on acount thereof and seven o'cock in the afternoon, in the City Ofices at the City of Leth- bridge. GEO. W. ROBINSON, .Secretary-Treasurer. HEAVY RAINFALL AT SWEET GRASS (Special to .the Knight Sugar Co. How the body got into the river is a mystery, as there has never been I any report that this man was nlss- ing, and a thorough of The body revealed no marks of vio- lence, so that it would not appear as if any crime had been committed. However, the Mounted .Police au- thorities will communicate with the officers of Teton. County in an en- deavor to locate the relatives of 1-he dead man, when the mystery .'of his disappearance and drowning may be cleared up. The remains were interred yester- day afternoon under- taking parlors. RELATES HISTORY OFTHEB0ARDS lilADE of At the meeting- 'of .the Board Trade the other night ln'-St Hail, Mr. A. Johnson, o.f-'Calgary, gave a very pleasing review.-'of the growth of. the organizations -'throughout Can- ada. .-Mr.. Johnson was for a number of years a member-' of ,the Halifax Board of Trade. This board, he said, jwas the oldest organization of its kind Sweet Grass, May heavy rain ttle Dominion" of Canada and was storm set in last'evening, and con- j established away back in 1750. It-was tinned through the greater part of at for the night. It is the first warm fall the benefit of trade.-- Later Its name was changed to chamber of commerce, of moisture-, of the season. Several iand lately to the modern name farmers: in today predict an immense j the ..Board of Trade. Three years af- Proposition For paying the interest thereon............. oi- eoocl the storm, and -ter the Halifax .organization was I all state that, they .will immediately i launched they wrote. a letter to j begin to break additional ground, citizens of Quebec requesting: them, to (Ii) For forming a sinking fund for payment of the debt created by debentures, issued on account thereof both for spring and. fall seeding. similar society. The reason Now therefore the Mayor and Coun- cil of the City of Lethbridge, enact as i j It shall and may be lawful foq the Council, subject to the approval of Harry Hall, of the firm of Hall I given -was. .that the colonies to Dickinson, of' is negotiating !south- were stealing- the trade of the a deal with Canadian parties for Indies' and :the Halifax Board Steam Coal FOR SALE Can supply m{ carload lots [and Coal Go. Bank of Commerce Building FOR SALE Picture Framing Owner Imrtaf town, Lots In Addition, jj- 2099, Automobile TUBES VTJLCAOTZED CENTRAL CYCLE t REPAIR WORKS 3S1a Eights Avft. E., Calgary. Only vteam Ji disposal of his half interest in store and other wanted the people of Quebec to tne them to get their share. Incidentally, business interests. T _, Mr. Johnston stated that this.letter The eagerness with which bids bein? are! required two months to reach .Quebec, indicates- a hvely inter- Then aboui 100 years the Burgesses to either or both the j est outsiders-in this district. Mr. al Board of formed, the propositions contained in. this by-law, i Hall and family will retire to their j some question being the o! SUmS ranch JO miles eastward as soon as i their getting into line. These boards 000.00 and by way of loan j his for the purposes above set forth. 2. That for either or both of such propositions there shall, on the approv- i al by the Burgesses, be issued ciei-i-! finished here. had a long, hard struggle in their cf- i forts to gain control of the West In- A ROMANTIC DEFENCE di63 trade' bUt results today show that they were successful to a ?reat Cologne. Germany, May extent. Another work that the Halifax tures for the aggregate amount so Tjjirien. an attractive saw to completion was the proved under this by-iaw, not ng in all the sum of to beire8ldent here' WM arrested of railway terminals there COLUMBIA BATTERIES Spark Coils Spark Plugs. Ignition Supplies. W.LMcKeiaie Co. ELECTRICIANS 7063rdAve. Phone 637 TO DEFEND THE A-LLEGED Winnipeg, May land of solicitor for the American Federation of Labor, is on his -way-through to Log Angetes toi take-hoid of the defen-ce of the dyna-: salable at. the expiration of thirt'v (30) 'cllaroed with being a and to handle che trade from lhat rears from the date of this by-law tne secret mobilization plans of point, and also the establish- ______ _ :aking effect, said debentures to be army from an pnny officer, jment of car shops; He pointed out thejmiters While here he is looJfeiniTinto expressed as the Council shall The prisoner offers the romantic de-jrelation between the boards of obtained either in sterling money, being for the! fence that she had asked for the plans Jin the Bast and those in the West.' sterling.equivalent of one hundred order to test the honor of the depends on the other; We in ars each, or in Canadian currency for Si00.00 each, or any mul- iple' thereof, with coupons attached hereto for ihe half-yearly interest on j each debenture respectively, at the j f f cer, who was a suitor for her hand. NOTICE is hereby given that in pursuance _of a warrant to me directed under the hand of the Mayor and Secretary-Treasurer and the Seal of the City of Lethbriuge, I shall expose and offer tor sale by public auction the above described lands for the arrears of taxes due thereon to the said municipality the market place in the City of Lethbridge. on Monday, the 3rd day of July. A.D., 1911. at the hour of Ten o'clock in the morning, unless such arrears of taxes, with, costs, are sooner- paid. Dated.this 26th day of April. 1911. GEO, W. ROBINSON, Secretary-Treasurer. ate of four and a half per cent, per annum, payable at the Bank of j Montreal in London, England; the I Bank of Montreal in the City of Toron- i to. the Bank of Montreal in the City of j Montreal, or the Bank- of Montreal in the City of Letbbridge, at the holder's option. 3. That the said debentures shall be sealed with the seal of the City of Lethbridge and be signed by the! Mayor and Secretary Treasurer. PAINTING, DECORATING, PAPER HANGING "The most satisfactory'interior of any building we have built in the West." So writes a larfe firm for whom we bad. a-targe contract. AVELLINGTON BROS. PHONE 1472. YouVe-Sure of Good Work from Us. in the forenoon on the 1.7th day of May, A. D., 1911, on the application of any Burgess interested for .or against this by-law, appoint two per- sons to attend at the polling place, and at the final summing up of the votes as hereinafter provided, on be- half of the persons respectively- in- terested in promoting or opposing the passing of this by-law. 8. The Secretary-Treasurer shall, at his office in the City of Lethbridge. on the 19th day of May 1911. at the specia hour of five o clock in the a.ternooiT i. for t ment Of the dcbr created in respec? Broke Out All Over Her Face, the East, be said, must provide the shipping facilities .for your products, and you in the West must see it that these products are forthcoming. In this connection he ajaokw of ne- cessity of the people West gfet- jting an outlet to the Hudson's Bay, and pointed out why it was not such an impossible exit.as some people seemed 10 think. Tt was the logical the trotifble between the Works and its machinists. ___ 'outlet for the products of the :and wou-ld mean maeii to the Pimples are caused, almost entirely, j provinces commercially, by bad blood, and is only one way A WOMAN'S BACK. Not One Woman In west, I j co get rid of them, and that is to get at j WHITNEY AND ".CAPTAIN the seat of the trouble by using a good j BARTLETT TO HUNT 4. That in addition to ail other i .ejjable blood purifying medicine. amounts there shall be collected in Blood Bittere has been on the each year during: the currency or the; said debentures' on all the rateable for 3o years, and is one of tha Was made here last nighr that Harry property in the City of Lethbridge by! rery best blood medicines procurable. the- big banter, and FOR DR. COOK'S RECORDS Xew York, against the by-law, and result thereof. ial rare or rates sufficient there- 1 After using it you will find that the Captain Ro he srnn of S9.495.00 for paying the j pirapiw have and you wiU !ert Pean-s Twenty Has a Stong Back. The kidneys to times out of ten. When the.blood isn't properly 31tered the poisons. that ought to be carried off by the kidneys are" sent back through the system, and if s hardly to bo wondered DONE AND PASSED IN COUNCIL THIS...... A. D., 1911. DAY OF............ Mrs. Robert IVfcNab, Badjeros, Qnt., jfor the double purpose of hunting and RobertBa.nlett. who backaches and lamfiibacks come to make life miserable. Doan's Kidney Pills are a specific for all kidney troubles. They begin by expelling ali tha poisonous maftcr from ship, the "Roosevelt" of proposition and the sum of j am preaily pleased to report !seeking the records which Dr. Cook; the kidneys, and then heal the dclicata for paying the interest on, j the benefit I derived from the 'says he left at Bi.ah. A number of j membranes and make their and the sum of for .forming j ttf Burdock Blood Bitters. About a' a sinking fund for the payment of the; t gQ debt creased m respect of proposition J 6 Ma.yor. Secretary-Treasurer. to be payable, levied and collected j down l cculd scarcely walk, and pimples at the same time and in the same j broke out all over my face. I tried one manner as other taxes are payable, thing after another, but nothing seemed levied and collected by statute or by to me anr T advised by a by-law of the City. i lady friend to try B.B.B.. and before I wealthy men will be parties to the ex- pedition, which wi'l start in the lat- ter part ol June. CHRISTIANS NOT SAFE Tangier. May rebels attack- ed Fez fiercely on May 5 but were re- 5. ,That thi? by-law shall come into had used one bottle T felt it was doini (pulsed with the loss of one hundred effect on the first day A.D., me good I used three bottles, and T 'killed besides a large number of and Mrs. A. H. Hutton, Jr., MeCreary, Map., years ago last spring I had a very severe pain in the small of my back. When I it seemed as if my back would My kidneys were very badly out of order, and I would have to get up three or times during the night. I took one bo< of Doaa's Kidney Pills and they effected 1911. XOTICE IS HERBY GIVEN" THAT the above is a. true copy of a by-law which has been introduced, and qualified to vote on this by-law, may be finally passed by the Council shall be .taken on the IStfe day of sm now well and strong, and the pimples j wounded, have al! disappeared." That, the votes of the Burgesses Blood Bitters is manufactured only by The T. Milburn Co.. .Limited,