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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday. Mav 11. 191J. THE LETHBRIDGE'DAILY HERALD 5 Herald's 1911 Publicity! Here is what Tom Richardson said about "It is a splendid number and a credit to the city. It is well got up and printed. The information in it is valuable. It will do lots of good." This special number will be out on SATURDAY, MAY 13th Single copies 25c. Orders, of half a dozen or more at a reduced rate RECIPROCITY WITH NEWFOUNDLAND 'Washington. D. C., May tary Knox, while ready to enter into I negotiation with Newfoundland tor j reciprocity arrangements upon lines j similar lo HIP measure now pending before Congress, has decided to await I the. act-ion of Congress on the Caiia- i diau hill before proceeding wii-h I would be a useless task in the event of the Canadian arrangements being i defeated. I Newfoundland has little to oiler as a basis for exchange besides her mar- j fcets and free fishing privileges, but it is believed consideration would be sufficient providing Newfoundlanders were willing to remove restrictions on pulpuood and-pulp papers which were imposed with a view to induc- ing. American, paper manufacturers to erect mills in Newfoundland. iCAT HAS ADOPTED RAT INTO FAMILY WORE TO HIS GET HAT AN IN CHURCH INTRODUCTION Rev. J. T. Stone Tells of Expedi- ent Man to Have Himself Spoken To Chicago, May illustrate 'the churches. Rev. pastor of The -ATTEMPT TO WRECK MONTREAL MONUMENT) I Montreal. May was appar- ently an attempt to wreck the famous (Spectal'to the Cardston-, :Maj' was a of the busi- ness ;nieii to greet Tom Richardson at the. .Cahpon.Hotel on Saturday last, jpeace? According to animal tradi- where, enjoyable luncheon was tions the cat and rat are generally Of and: speeches made by His There are Also Three Kittens in It. and Unique Gathering 'j Live in Peace i Toronto. May the enemy, ithe cat and rat. smoked the pipe of :BEAUTIFUL SACKED MUSIC in your own home if you have a, Victor Gramophone Prices: per Aveek Over 3000 records to select from. Our pleasure "to" demonstrate for you. MASON PIAXO CO. Dominion .Block, Phone 791 SYSTEM FOR CARDSTON scrapping terms, with Miss Pussy chasing Mr. Rat down a lane in record-j and Worship, Mayor-Hammer, Pres. E. J. breaking- time. monument to Maisoaeav.euve, which j At noon however, the Star 'stands in.Place de Arms, was to The .conclusion that these two ered yesterday afternoon. The bronze must have signed peace ar- fig-ure of Jeanne Mance was found in secrecy. Down in the furnace pried loose with a crowbar of-lhe Rogers office build- several inches been "offishness'' of some John Timothy Stone, Fourth'.Presbyterian Church, spen'r.nj at the First Presbyterian Church iast night, told a story of a man who sat through the Sunday iiig wearing his hat. When to do so by behiDd the figure. There are no traces! he removed the hat. -milmsIyJ perpetrators. i The usher atl.erwards asked h-m it _________________ lie had worn the hat purposely or if, it was mere absent-minded negligence.! PRINCE ALBERT JOYOUS "No." said the mac. "I have been! ABOUT SNOW STORM and had been moved I from its base. As tully a ton, had i structure might 'have damaged. "A crowbar seriously L King street west, is a common box, lined with ex-celsior, and Mike a sentry watching convicts, is a er offsprings and a rat, of honor. At the Alberta Stake Priesthood meeting was a large attendance arid Mr. Richardson, who arrived ern Alberta through letters to friends by adults and schoolchildren, wcicom ing newcomerSjUnited efforts Through the local .Board .the Asso ciated Boards of: Trade, the ladies and their "get-acquainted" meetings, mailing getting after all possible- new-industries, and firmly establishing- diversified farm- ing. He was warmly "'applauded for his W. 3. SHERMAN. Manager. PHONE TO-NIGHT Balance of Week and Saturday Matinee The Beautiful Operatic Spectacle "Queen Zephra" THE QUEEN OF ALL OPERAS Merry Dances, Sparkling: Music. Gorgeous Costumes. Beautiful Scenery, Dazzling Light Effects. l A GUARANTEED ATTRACTION Prices Boxes 25c, Adults 75c Curtain 8.15 Sharp. with. Mr. Nibley at 11 o'clock. de-! advice. "Be Canadians and raise.vour lighted his hearers by his kindly and j flaS higher than the old one, for there helpful.'remarks. ix inches long. several occasions Mr. Rat stray- led away from his abode .only to be j brought back by the neck to his board- ing house. Since the discovery was made this attending this church regularly for! prince Albert. Sask., May unique family have been under the nearly two years, and no one has ever spoken to me in a.11 that. time. I just thought I would leave my on my splendid snow fall last night has made I close scrutiny of the caretaker, and he 'states at no time has the feline show- head this morning' to see if it would serve as an introduction to some one.j 1 am glad to meet you." the farmers in this district shout for joy. The official record shows, fully six inches fall. It is melting slowly must be sincere love of country to i make it grow.'1 A pleasing-, number was the duett, "Dear to the Heart oi the Shep- j The importance of getting the Dry .Misses Etta Dowdle and I Farming Congress-for 1912 and of Ida Archibald, and Mrs. Cazier's solo j advantage of -the Lethbridge "I know that my Redeemer jFair- better organization and of getting :'not the boom spirit, but the boosting were, duly emphasiz- his missionary experiences, and Bish-' likewise enjoyed. Richards of Aetna, ed any signs of doing away with the! rat. However, one can never tellj op D- E. Harris explained the mis- sionary system at the Latter Saints. today. It is worth mlliioas to the when Mrs. Pussy will take a notion to district. reduce the family. BY-LAW NO 1. A by-law of the Village of Stafford in the Province -of Alberta to raise tke !sum of Fifteen .Thousand Dollars for the purpose of constructing a water works system in the said Vil- "lage issue -debentures for the said SLHH aud to -provi-de for the ass- essment, and collection.. of the sums necessary to retire the said deben- tures. WHEREAS it is deemed advisable to expend certain monies for the wel- fare of the Village of Stafford in the Province of Alberta for the purpose of constructing a water works system, the estimated amount of such expendi- ture being Fifteen Thousand 000) Dollars. AND WHEREAS THE location of the Water mains for, said water works system is as follows: A 6 inch pipe on. Westminster Road from Galbraith St. to a point 3050 feet north, thence' westerly along Vic- toria Avenue a distance of 500 feet. 'A 6 Inch pipe on- -Galbraith St. from Westminster Road to Galli St. A 4 Inch pipe on John St. from Galbraith. AND WHEREAS Twelve Hundred and Fifty-five and 19-100 Dollars is the total amount required to be raised annually by special rate for a period of twenty (20) years for paying, the said debt and interest there- on Twelve Hundred and Fifty-five and.said that his paper expected some-' At the conclusion of Mr. Richard- Day j son's address there a i hearty vote of thanks put by Mr. D. J In his half-hour speech, Mr. Rich- !s- Beach- Pres- the B. of T., the rdson referred'to his TTrst acquaint-i biS audience-rising, as one man. ance with the Mormon people, through- Important Ratepayers'. Meeting being sent out as a newspaper On Monday .evening there was respondent' "to write them up." He 19-100 Dollars on the i thing sensat'ional, but he found they day of November in each year for! their industrious twenty years. j 2. That the said debentures shall be sealed with the seal of the Village that I business. minded their He wrote -his paper that at-the. rate of--five'and--one-half jot Stafford and signed by the three per cent per annum in instal- j Councillors and the Secretary Treas- meiits accrding to the terms of this urer of the said Village and shall be payable in Canadian Currency at the Merchants Bank of Canada at the City Lethbridge in the Province of Al- berta. 3. The said debentures shall-bear interest at the 'rate of five and one- half per -cent per annum pay- by-law so that the aggregate amount payable for principal and interest in each year shall be equal as nearly as may be to' what is payable for prin- cipal and interest- during- -each of the other years for such period. NOW, THEREFORE; the' COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF- 3TAFFORD ENACT AS FOLLOWS: "he could not1 find the truck they wanted." In glowing: terms he referred to. the Trans-Mississippi Congress and the great "speech of Pres. Geo. Q. Can- non, when at Texas, mid how -made president of the Congress. ]Ii.s acquaintance with he Mormon leaders at home and able yearly on the 15th day of Mgh ber in each year during the currency I UC-l ii CCvl Mlt- lilt. U" J. i i i -i i of the said debentures and shall have J ol uiem as men and did not 1. That for-the purposes aforesaid j couoons attached for the payment of j he sit-ate to say that in the each instalment of principal and in-jment of the Western States two it shall be lawful for the Council of the said Village of Stafford and it is hereby authorized -and required to cause debentures of the Village of Staf- ford to be made, executed and issued to the amount of Fifteen Thousand, terest and pons shall Merchants City of Lethbridge aforesaid and shall be payable for the amounts and shall Dollars payable in twenty be payable on the dates and times fol- (20) equal annual instalments of [lowing, that is to say: St. to a point 1660 feet north. inch pipe on Church St. from On the 15th Day of November........191.2 On the loth Day of November.....___191.3 bralth. St. to a, point 1620 feet north. A 4 inch pips on William St. from Gal- braith, St. northerly feet more or a ..point on the northerly boundary of. the -first mentioned street, which p-oint 10 feet easterly of the North East -cornei" Lot'I, adjoining1 said William St.; thence northerly and parallel to the easterly boundary of Block B for a distance of ten feet; thence, a 6...inch pipe easterly and par- allel to th'e northerly boundary of 4 [on the 15th Day of November........1914 'On the 15th Day o-f N-overaber.........1915 ,1- Principal Interest Total ?430.19 ?S25.00 801.34 775.37 750.04 On the loth Day of. November. On the 15th of. November........1917 On.-the 15th Day November.. 0.....19] S On the 15th Day of November........1919 On the loth Day o'f' November........1920 On the 35th Day of November....... .1921 On the 1.5th Day of November........1922 On the 15th Day ot November______1923 On the I5th Day of November........1924 On the 15th Day of November........1925 On the loth Day of November........1926 On the 15t.h Day of On the loth Day of November........1930 On the loth pay of November........1931 Block C. 331 feet more or to a On the 15th Day of November........1928 point on the easterly boundary of On the 15th Da.y of November........1929 Block B. which point is northerly 10 feet from the North East corner of Block C, thence continuing In the same direction, for a distance of 10 Teet the last mentioned course, thence a 6 inch pipe northerly a.nd parallel to The easterly boundary of Block A 324 feet more or less to a point in .the northerly boundary of the S. E. 1-4 of Sec. 7. Tp. 9. R. 21. west of the 4th Meridian, which point Is 10 feet east- erly from ,the north east corner of Block. A; thence northerly and parall- el to the westerly boundary of the rigM of way of the Alberta Railway Ir- rigation Company's spur to No. 6. shaft of 274 feet thence easterly 453.SD 47S.S2 505.15 .532.92 562.24 593.15 625.79 6150-21 696.52 734.S3 775.25 S17.S9 .862.85 910.33 960.39 1013.21 1068.92 1127.73 25 2 602. .95' 662.04 629.40 594.98- 55S.H7 520.36 479.94 437.30 392.34 294.80 241.98 186.27 127.46 65.43 1255.18 1255.19 1255.19 1255.19. 1255.19 1255.19 1255.19 1255.19 1255.19 1255.19 1255.19 1255.19 1255.19 1255.19 1255.19 1255.19 1255.19 1255.19 the debenture? and cou-jgreat characters were to him be made payable at the Young th Bank of Canada m the ,b> 'Mormon Pioneer" and Jas. J. Hill, the railroad magnate, whose faith and foresight had made transporta- tion possible to so vast an area. "The Mormons are welcome in my state and city as we know their uell attended meeting of the citizens j called by the mayor to consider the installation of the gravity system for: our water works. A'11 the council were present with .Solicitor '.aurie, j D. E. Harris, sr., and R. E. McArthur the engineer who, had been engaged to report on the proposed Messrs'. Beach, Barker. .T. T. Brown, D..E. Harris, Alex. Nible.y, of Portland Mark Spencer ur-d oth- ers spoke in favor of the system. Mr. McArthur reported the as being some. to bring the wa- ter to the western limits Of Lhe town site, and another to SO 4. The Proceeds of the said deben- tures! used and expended for the purpose of defraying necessary ex- penditures in connection with the con- struction of the said water works svstem. of above mentioned 3. E. 1-4 Sec 7, a distance of 300 feet. AX.D WHEREAS by virtue of Sec- tion 18, Chapter 44 of the Statutes of of Alberta. 1910, the said Village is empowered to borrow the said sum of. Fifteen Dollars for the said purpose. AND WHEREAS it is deemed advis- able to raise by way of loan on the credit of the s-aid the said sum of Fifteen Thousand Dollars and to Issue debentures therefor in the manner hereinafter mentioned. AND WHEREAS the .value of the ratable property of the Village of Staf- ford according to the last, revised 5. To ..provide for the payment of the aura of Fifteen Thousand 00} Dollars and interest thereon as aforesaid the sum of Twelve Hundred and Fifty-five and 19400 Dollars shall be levied and raised an- nually for a penod of twenty (20) years commencing with, the year 1912 place for the appointment of persons to attend at the said polling' place and at the final summing-up of the votes by the returning officer respective- ly and on behalf of persons interested it up with the present system. His figures showed that-there should be saving ot some annually to the town through the'prbposed A great many questions as to the route, protection from frost, use of trenching machines, cast versus wood en pipe, were asked and answered. The extension of the mains to the new localities would -be by the local improvement method hereafter. It was, moved by D. S. Beach, sec- "To me it is an inspiration to meet onded by Mark Spencer that the pro-, a brave people who have conquered J posed system .receive the. endorsation the difficulties incident to the. settle-j of the ratepayers, and it was carried') ment of the great western country, i unanimously; although a good many for there are no characters more did not vote, worthy of respect than the hardy and j New Auto courageous pioneers." j E. Marker returned Monday evening At 2 p.m. there was a large audi- j from Lethbridge with the "splendid to greet Mr. Richardson, and new auto awarded to Miss Edith big Herald Contest It is a beauty and Miss how they could "boost their own dis-I Marker is receiving congratulations trict as well as the whole of South-! on all sides. they were not disappointed in receiv- j Harker in the ing most valuable instructions as to last winter. GOING TO METHODIST -CONFERENCE Femie. May J. H. Diramick MISS FANNY .CROSBY HEARS HER NEW HYMN SUNG New left this morning for Vancouver to the .May famous Fanny blind singer tend rhe annual conference of thejsospei songs, received a splendid ova-! S. SchelL M. P -Methodist church of tihis province.; Won last night in Carnegie Hall, where! Plain. X. Y., aged which opens in the Sixth avenue great audience assembled to inaiigu-____________________ SATURDAY FRIDAY His Trust Fulfilled and brother of M, is dead at Fort Alex. Chisholm, a young roan ia insane frenzy, flung his. mother and himself down stairs at Antigonish, N. S., the woman dying. by special rate sufficient therefor on Stafford. 6. That the votes of ali rate ers of the Village of Stafford entit- led to vote shall be taken on this by- law on Friday the 2nd day of June, in promoting or opposing this odist church tomorrow. An unusual; rate the sevenih season of the tent. 9. Thar, the 2nd day of June, 1911 {number of lay delegates; and ladies are i open-air and shop campaign of the! at the Village Hall in rhe said Village j.going to the conference .this year from Evangelistic Committee of New York of Stafford at five o'clock in the after- this district. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Miss Crosby, who is in her 92nd neon is hereby fixed es-.the time andjeu and _Mrs_ vVHlis of Fernie: R. W.lyear. came from her home in Bridge- place that tne said- returning. f Hosmer; Mr: Reid of port, Conn., to sit. on the platform and shaJJ aum.up the number of votes for _. and against this by-law 'respectively Creek' and Messrs- Sbaw and DJXOTI; teach the immense crowd how to sing 10.; This by-law shall come into Cran-brook and Creston, are feet on the 3rd day'of June. 1911. new hymn, called "To the jing to swell the, representation she had just written for the oc- all'rateable property of the Village of Passed in Council tlvis 9th" day ofj-East Kootenay. !casion. J. R- Snaldiug and J. W. Bennett, I-------------------------- Charles Peacock BROTHERHOOD OF RAILWAY ChaUes-Peacock, gone to to attend the, B1G CONVENTION j convention of the of P. lodge of B.; _____ is held at that rhisj HarriBbnrg; May ,0._Tbe tenth j May: A. -D.V 1911. 7 ilattneJ- 1911 at the Village Hall in the Village Ithe above is a true copy of the by-law NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thatj., which of Stalford, between the hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon and five o'clock in the afternoon of the same day and Charles Peacock shall be re- turning officer and take the votes at the said Hall. 7. That the Council of the date of the first publication there- of Stafford shall have, power to in the Lethbridge Herald, and that which has been, introduced and which may be finally passed by the Council of the Village of Stafford in the event of the consent of rhe rate payers be- year. Mrs. G. H. Boston has convention of'tbe Brotherhood i rt fraf-iT'ii rtT TniA Ts P o_ _ the representative of the K. of P. Sfa-[ obtained thereto after three weeks jand place, j from'the 11th day of May 19.11. being __'_ ters, that branch of the order holding Its annual convention at the same time assessment roll is Ninety-seven Thous-i orize the attendance of one or more'tie vote of the rate payers will be and Seven Hundred and Seventy-five j persons as scrutineers on behalf of i taken on the proposed by-law on the Dollars. AND WHEREAS the amount of the existing debt of the Village of Staf- ford outside of debts due for current expenses is Eighteen Hundred any person or persons interested in i 2nd day of June, 1911, between the promoting or opposing this by-law at j hour's of nine o'clock in the forenoon the said polling place and af. the five o'clock in the. afternoon at summing up of. the votes. jthe Village Kail in the Vilase of Star- 8. That the 3.1st day of May, Dollars, no in'stalment of principal the hour of ten ox-look in ihe fore-: t interest thereof being in arrears. uoou. ia hereby rised as the time and] Charles Pea cook, FREEDOM OF GLASGOW FOR PREMIERS Glasgow. May freedom of tbip city will be offered the visiting Premiers of the overseas dominions, including Sir Wilfrid Laurier, D-r. F. Fisher, Genera! Botha, Sir E. Morris i of Railroad Trainmen representing; men in the United States Canada opened here today with W n. Lee of Detroit the grand master pre- siding. Delegates from 847 lodges will be in session -during the next- two weeks. Wages will noi, be discussed. I One of the chief topics will be the; proposed federal legislation defining! employers' liabilities and worKiuftii's] compensations. The' trainmen .be- lieve the rallronds should be held re- sponsible for personal injury to Jieir The Prairie Agencies Limited Successors To THE OFFICE APPLIANCE CO. 110 FIFTH STREET SOUTH Near Hudson's Bay Co.'s Store Equipment and Filing Devices in Steel and Wood, Typewriter and Typewriter Sup- plies and Office Specialties. O. Box 122. We respectfully solicit correspondence from out of town points. All inquiries, promptly answered. Thanks, call again! and Ward, ;