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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lctlibridge Daily Herald, Tuesday, May 17, 1010. Page 13. THIS WEEK WILL BE THE FINISH R. F. WILLOUGHBY CLOSING OUT SALE our Has Come, Without Reserve, Without Limit. Workingmen! This has a great message for YOU HALF PRICE I Will Be The Ruling Power This Week Only 6 Days Left Panic Prices on Every Article Left in the Store Men's Scotch Tweed Suits for We are going to leave town next week and the stock will all go to somebody at some price ILLOUGHBY CO. BENTLEY'S OLD STORE SOUTH SIDE Supply and Equipment Co. concerning power boiler inspection. ed that the purchases referred to had suggested public fire alarm esented To City Council That Fire Nothing Decided About City Com- bers-Needs Money For Improvementsoperated onm nroc upon which he had' been asked to re- porc. He did not consider a steam siren at tiie power plant would be advisable, as it was too far from the his department at all, and he, therefore, knew nothing about it. A motion was moved and carried to the effect that in future, in the purchase of all materials, The city to be heard plainly, and the hills [heads of departments confer with reached pi- A petibni practfcalj ness firr1 en to from LOJ in order from the city witl side of i. Aid. H ne appoi .ind that Able acti request. almost ten o'clock 1 got into committee rge volume of busi- inor importance was .he adjournment was our 'before midnight. received signed by Hound street busi- that steps he tak- jg street opened up to Solomon street, late William Henderson were willing to give free the strip off their proper- ty thai would be required. The mo- tion was agreed to on condition that the words "by the council" be added to the motion. Real Estate Men Write. a direct portion roadway of the rapidly growing south q, mftred that a committee c into the matter. cost be found reason would obstruct the sound. However, he suggested a siren on No. 1 station by an electrically driven air (compressor and worked jn connec- tion with the alarjn system. The cost, he thought, would be about He will report more fully upon matter later. The report was ceived and filed. Application Refused. the purchasing agent, and all material be purchased through the purchasing de- partment, the present method in prac- tice being contrary to the existing regulations. A Clerk for Storekeeper. Storekeeper Weller wrote also in re gard to securing a clerk to help him in hia work. It was decided to give him one at per month during the A from Real The Iowa-Alberta Land Co. wrote rusil 'but the appointment was communication was received {USKjng to bring a gasoline tank under lunder no coition to be considered Benton Hatch, secretary of the i'Jstate Association, asking that the council remedy the condition ofJAshmead street the lane adjoining the property upon which they are building a garage on the streets which were automobiles, and calling dangerous to attention to the accumulations of rubbish in lanes, back yards and vacant Jots. The let- ter was received and filed, and the Secretary-Treasurer instructed to in- form the association that the matters taken up calls for the placin: The city by-law of all such tanks twenty feet from a building, and this, they said, would compel them to ihrow away a space of twenty feet Remission Granted. The Salvation Army wrote asking for a remission of their taxes, the same as .had been granted in other years and granted to the other church- K. do something in the matter luick, either construct the bridge at Coiuts street, or put in it ho U'esmiiister and Gait street crossings, but so far nothing had been in reply. It was decided to write Supt. Price and ask that the road allowance cross ings east of the city at present rrosed be opened up. Finance Committee Report. The finance committee reuort re- commending the payment of a num- ber of accounts, but holding over two or tbree of them for furtlie.- .in- formation, was received and I'.'u'd. Market Earns Eight Cents. .1. Stewart submitted his monthly report, which was n'O ed and filed. The receipts Irom the scales amounted to only iii April, and the receipts from tae mar- ket totalled the fabulous sum of eight cents. Revision on June 7th. The council will sit as a court of re- taken to carfy out the i complained of 'have been [and remedied. il thait the heirs of the I Superintendent Reid made a report square, and materially spoil the rangement of the garage. They en-j Stacey 6ets Lumber Contract, closed communications from the 'lenders were received and opened boards of fire underwriters If or the supply of feet of luni- y Have an Overheated Kitchen hi Summer? hen the sultry days come and the coal range the kitchen almost unbearable and cooking a ed task, put out the range fire and try the t method of cooking in hot a New WICK BLUE FLAME Oil Cook-stove rhat a contrast! The kitchen no longer is Stifling hot, the work is now done with comfort, and the housewife is not worn out with the heat. She saves her strength, her health and is better able to enjoy the summer. The New Perfection does everything that any other sieve can do all the fam- ily cooking-, baking, washing iron- jng. No smoke, no dust, no odor. Heat is applied directly and not wasted. A turn, and the flame is out. t The New Perfection stove has Cabinet Top with shelf for keeping plates food hot, drop shelves for the coffee pot or saucepans, and nickeled towel racks. It has long turquoise-bine enamtl chimneys. The nickel finish, with bright blue of the chimneys, irtikcs the Stove very attractive and invites clean- liness. Made with 1, 2 and 3 burners; the 2 and 3-burner stoves can be bad with or without Cabinet. The imperial Oil Company, closed terent supporting their request The oil. however, decided that rbey could not grant it. as it was contrary to the city bylaws, which even tbe city liad not the power'to break, Thanks. The secretary of the local camp, i Knights of Pythias, wrote thanking the council for the permission graui- ed to erect arches on the streets on! the occasion of tbe grand lodge con- vention of the order to be held here next month. The letter was receiv- d and filed. J. H. Bawden wrote thanking tbe council for appointing him auctioneer at the sale of the Queen Victoria Park subdivision, and agreeing to the terms of one and a half per cent, be to pay all advertising. Must Be Inspected First, A report, was received concerning the maae by the Board of Health at a meeting last; week. The report was adopted, the health inspector to secure the apparatus and figures required Tor I'm- 01 ro- lice notified not to issue any more licenses to food vendors of any de- scription until such businesses have been Inspected and reported upon by the sanitary inspector. To Enforce Gasoline Bylaw. The chief of the fire brigade was instructed to enforce to the limit the byiaw regarding tbe storage of gaso- line, which was reported to be fre- quently infracted. Must Go Through Purchasing Agent't Hands. G. B. Weller, storekeeper, reported in answer to the request made at the last meting In connection with the complaint of the Southern! Alberta ber for board walks. The following were the bids: Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co44680 Stacey Lumber Pioneer Lumber Co............4655 Cuizens Lumber Co............ 4700 The Stacey Lumber Co.'s tender be- ing the lowest was accepted. price per 1000 feet works on: at tween and Coutts Street Bridge. The engineer was to bring in his report regarding the Coutts street bridge as soon as jos sible. The mayor stated that a. ,et- ter had recently been in. Supt. Taylor requesting that ihe C. es. The year's taxes were ordered vision in the council chamber at 10 o'clock on June 7th. Tbe council purchased a bile for the use of the .Mayor at .25, and the account for the ;ame was ordered paid. A discussion was started 'oy Aid. Sage, who said that he had been told that the Sanitary Inspector had SOIUP months ago gone to a certain o-ug store and purchased in quantities for the city, an I bad; told the druggist that be neod rot] it, If Your Shoes Could Choose they'd quickly select PACKARD'S Shoe Dressings 40 all leathers. The name "Packard" is a positive guarantee of a dressing that is made A 1 dressing that will bring out the best that's in a. shoe, both in looks and wear. For Your Shoes' Sake. Use PACKARD'S Dressings. At 411 L. I. t CO., Unlte4, NOWTBEtt. take the job. but without any success. The council disparaged the idea of advertising, for such a step would mean that the council would be in with unqualiried applicants. Bylaws. The City Solicitor submitted a draft bylaw to cover the borrowing of for local improvements un- til such time JLS die real bylaws could be passed. He suggested that it be submitted to the judgment of Mr. Bruce, K. C., of Toronto, lor his opin- ion as to its legality. The necessity of a move of some such kind as this was explained by the Secretary-Tieas- urere to be required in order to get money to go ahead with public works and to escape paying a heavy interest while the work is being done. It -was lointed out that Winnipeg got out of. the same difficulty by securing Irom he legislature an act empowering it o borrow money for local improve- ments. At. present the city of Letb- bridge was doing wrong when it bor- rowed and the Bank of Montreal act- ed illegally in loaning money lo the cuy for public improvements. It was decided that the quickest way out of the whole business was to apply to the legislature of Alberta forthwith for similar rights. Several nyiaws to amend bylaws and a bylaw closing certain lanes as requested by the School Board re- ceived their first, second, and final readings. INVEST ONE CENT IN A POST CARD Fcr of Gin Flits If you have Kidney youi Bladder is inllamed and you have to urinate every few your back your hands and feet arc sore and you arc all crippled np with yuu give Gin maldelydr, Pills a chance to show bow they can help you? Don't buy write us fcr a free sample of Gin as Mr. Hamlyn did. French River, Xov. 10th, 1908. "A short time ago, I received your sample of Gin Pills which I have taken with such good effects that I herewith enclose 50c. for a box of them, I be- licvc iixry just tlie tiring for me." RICHARD ILLMLYN. Gin Pffls proved to be just the thing for Mr. Hamlyn. They will prove just the thing for you, if you will give them a chance to show their value. Invest one cent in a postcard and write today to the National Drug Chcm. Co. Limited Dept. A.D.? Toronto, for a free sample. Then, when you see that Gin Pills are doing you good, get the regular SOc. boxes at your dealer's. ?0 charge more than 35 cents for winch naturally the druggist rinhi't. Ana that for a long time forma-'delyde had been supplied to the city at price, and it was because of that tliat the city's formaldelyde business went out of Lethbrldge to Calgary wlere it was purchased at IS cents. He moved a motion asking the t'.torekt ep- er how it was that the Sanitary in- spector had the purchasing of formal- delyde. Some of the other aldermen obifcr-I ed to the motion solns do'.rn. 'ih.tj nearly all held some recollection vat! the -storekeeper or health officor hr.d submitted a report some time ago as-! serting that all the local dniggis-s Had asked too high a prio.o f >r fcr and asking permission