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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETTTBRinGE DAILY HERALD Vdday. May 23, im. Oil Cook-stove Don't Break Your Back To Baste Your Bird The New Perfection Stove with tiie New Perfection oven is just the-convenient height. Everything about this netv stove is just right. It bakes, and toasts to perfec- tion, and it docs not heat up the kitchen. Made with 2 and 3 burners. Stocks carried at all chief points. THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY Lieut ed MoalKil, Toronto, Viacoarer, Halifu, Jota Oil vi tte test krrt- slim eaj UffL v Mr. Buchanan Appeals to Gov eminent to Expedite its Promised Policy lion. Oto. H. Fetley. acting inttlrr of Trade aad I'rciimtrce, an- r.ouiu-eil ti.f gorrtumrat policy (o erect interior storage elevators in CauaOa, Mr. U A- Buvlian- ]an, M P. lor.Medicine Hat, IQ the debate vvlm-h fclluned said I driite to' ask the honorable act- ing Slmisler pf Ttacc awi (.Mr. Perley) quwiions in con- nection with his acrom-cement but so, .1 would to say jiliil ihc paicculu polity ttbich 'bwn announced v.ill Ic accepted by the farmers n! Ihe Wew as an at- tempt to relieic Itie conditions tbal esist there at tlie MDiild also say (list tbe la tbat the piomise of the right honorable 1'riinc Minister IMr. Bor- in favor ot the government con- trol und operation of terminal cle vators at the head ot tie lakes should be carried out. Daring my to fulfill its obligations the political campaign I found quite. HERE IS GOOD AQYICnOTAKE It wll'l then who an For that portion of the u Shop (1) for Ijlug south of the V. I1. Hallway at mtcreel thereon for A By-Law of the City ol Lethbrldac to Rail- the Sum of (or the Construction of a Subway on A3th Street In the City of Lethbrldge, under the Canadian Pacific Railroad and for Land Dama9es cat-ted there- by and to for the Said Sjm. It Is doemed advisable to raise cerialo moueya oa the credit of the City of Lethbridgo Iijr the fol lowing pa> for he constriirjtlou of a subway ou 1-Jtb Slreet in ihe City o! LcthbrUgc un- der the Canadian Pacific llailroad and for land damage? caused thereby, the_amoimt is ihe EUQJ ot Dollars if not satisfied. Simple free by writing National Drug and Co. of Cuada, Limited, Toronto. sons, idiot or insane persons or Southern Alberts Associate Hoards. number oi Consm.UHEs wno were wilh insanity or lol Trailc Six teams were picked last vm- anxious tliat reciurochy should; j nUhl to lead tlie campaign. They jnlo eilect, "bat ILey were: Pulmonary tiibcirulosu in its ad- Ibcld to Hie Conservatiie party by ponced stagesor any contagiousven- are as follows L John Horse and A Jlipley. promise that li the right honor-jerea! 2 A. llatlon-Cannins and i.oisis able gentleman came to power can marry or inter- EOARD OF TO HAKE A CANVASS MEMBERS TRADE EXECUTIVE! 3. 0. B. .McKay anJ A. B. hejlnarry in this state. Hrlore 3. mairiage the_ Herald would give them relief by the provi-1 Brjore a mi ataf-lsion of these government owned and i issued an'affidi Jicense can be lavit must be made by j operated elevators at the head of physician that lie person seeking lord. 1. J. H. Tnmey and Jos. Jackson. (lakes. felt that that would 5. Fred Downer and A. Hayr. .'help ihem and the fact that it 6. J. W. .Bauilen and YY. 'J. Xcl- i'promised to be speeilily provided al- son. iso held thsm in line. But. I iamiers about The campaign will last as. long 'as 'have talked the license is qualif.ed to many. ihe old Stiiiou In Ihe City Hall, situate on Kourttr'jireet Souib. liead a first time tills 12th dav o! May, A. D. 1S13. W. D. I.- HAItmK. 1 or. GEO. W. KOBIXSON, Secretary-Treasurer, a second Une this 12th day oE Mav, A. 0. 1913. W, 1- 1IAHD1E. Major. GKO. W. RO1UKSOX. Secrt-tary-Tieaaurer. Read A third time and passed this -------day of May, A. D 1913. he ratei annum I st day Oven Results From A Gurney-Oxford Range The value of a stove to a woman is measured by the successful results in cooking obtained from the ovea. With this primary object in view, stove experts have invented means of ab- solute control over the distribution; of heat to every part of the range. The Gurney-Oxford ic constructed with a Divided Flue that carries the heat to the back of the stove through two' different divisions. By this scientific arrangement the- two1 back lids of the stove are given equal cooking value and the oven is surrounded by a 'steady even heat. With a Gurney Oxford, it is'never neces- sary to open the oven door several times dur- .ing the baking of a pan of biscuits to turn them around next the heat. t Biscuits, pastry, cake, or bread all bake eveniy, rise evenly, and brown evenly without any atten- tion whatever from the cook. dcTice splly called the Economizer regnilatei the exact temperature of the oven by moving a small lever, around a series of six A woman soon learns the impor- tant'raliie of each notch, one of which im- mediately checks the hottest fire and keeps it low until she requires it again. A wonderful cooking reputation is made and lived up to through a Gurney-Oxford rpnge C W. GRAY 310-SthSt.S. Phone 761 e the laimcis so that they be 01 service in Ihe handling of the crop nf this year. 1 have heard it said we had no difficult) in the past >ear in the handling of the crop, and1 I -th's erop was handled heller previous vearivHic [lo fact that the crop was in 'sjiaps for harvesting earlier and the season was better for sending the. out ol the cotntty. But at the same time there was congestion at many points in Vfcatern Canada, pos- ,ibly due to local difficiiities. 1 know hat in my own constituency farmers iave driven from forty to filly miles nto a itiartctitig centre and able to di3po--e ol the grain at' tbe elevators at these points rlcvators were filled. Thai is a great If these internal elera- help lo relieve the congestion it will be ol some assistance to the far- mers, but they still eipect further re- lief.from government ownership and operation ot the terminals at F'ort 'William and Port Arthur, I would ask minister if at tVcsc points where storage elevators are to be located, there be a Cully equip- ped inspection similar to that at Cal- gary and Winnipeg, and whether there and LACK OF EXERCISE w TrMMts wbicb art lest Br. SUtrse's IriiiR RN( Pills Man as in- tended to Jive in ac.nCj outdoor life, and hii digestive i} stem w irnxfet- !cd Accordingly. Indoor wort with V.ondi or head, long1 ho'ari intih "sundJnjf in air none top good, slow hoiihy icavides of stomach, l and thc.inUlioss of day g'ands. t i Constipation, V.tidichcSj indlgut troubles follow.: Then the worth "of that good 'reliable- family1 medicae, Dr.' Mtrsf's "appreciated, Though it his been in for orer hall 2 ccnlurjj modern science nas not been to devise a sifcr or belter cltuwcr for the wfcoTe system. Dr. IncJun Root Ptilt ire largely regsuble in composition Ircc from any Swmful dreg, and. mild which is the anio-jnt- to be raised by oan on the credit ot'tfie City of Loth- bridge afore AND it Is eTpedicnt thai tbo said loan bear jute rest at Ihe rate o' firs per centum per payable half-yearly on tfca firs of January imJ the first day of July la each >ear and the said pmcipal sum of Forty-two Thousand Dollars to be paid at the expiration of thirty (30) years from ihe date ot this l taking effect. A.ND WHEHRAS according" to the last revised assessment- roll. or ihe City or Letbbrldge the of ihe assessable property was Eighteen Mil- lion Six Hundred- and Twenty-five Thousand Three Hundred and .Niaety- ntae Dollars and the val- ue of ihe rateable propeity of tbe said City ot Lethbridge was Thirteen Mil- lion One Hundred and Tvrenty-Three Thousand Hundred and Thirty- two Dollars. AND WHEREAS the amount of the existing debt of the City of Lethbridge outside of current expenses and not Including local Improvement dtben- jtures is Two Million and Eerenty-Sev- ea Thousand Sis Hundred and Seven- U-Seven and Collars, no instalment of principal or interest therc'on or sinking fund being in arrears. AND WHEREAS Ibe respective amounts required to be raised aunual- ly by special rate during the currency of the said debentures'are (a) For paying interest, Two Thous- nd One Hundred Dollars. lb) For forming a sinking fund for he payment of the .debt created by said debentures Light Hundred aud Eighty-Two' and USS2.84) Dol- are, NOW THEREFOnE TIIE MAYOR COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF .ETHBRIDGE EXACT AS FOLLOWS U shall and may be lawful for he Co-jncll of the City, of Lethbridgc to raise the sum Forty-Two Thous- and Dollars by way of a loan for the purpose of paying for tbe con- struction ot-a subuay on 13tb Street in the City of Lethbridge. under ttir. Canadian Pacific Railroad and for land S ecre tary-Treasure r. NOTICK is hereby griveii that [be abote is a true-'.'opy ot the tvbtch has beeu introduced aud which will be finally pssat'J by tbe Council In the event of liie consent of tha Kur- pesses being obtained thereto after one month from (he nth day of May, A. 1913. being date of ihe first publication thereof iti the b'ridge Heiaid and tbat tte of the Burgesses Mill be taken upon tbe Ry-law on-the 9Ui day of June, A. IX, 1913 between the hours of 9 o'clock fa the foreuoou and 5 o'clock in thft afteroron at the placo set out In tho said liy-law. GEO. W. ROBIXSON. Secretari-Treasurer, 'urmiug a btuklug lor tbe uienl of lUu (iebt croaied by deben- tures A Bylaw of the City'of Lethbrldga to Rilte the sum of for.Short agt under Bylaws Numbers 62j 97 101. 122, znd 151, for House for Part' 'for Bla.hi- W for Furniture and Fix- tures. and to Daben- tbres for the said cumi and provide for the.Assessment and Collection of the necetsary to retire Debentures JaresUinated" that If will be cover tho short- age on By-laws, Numbers 91, 101, 122, and 151 of the CiCy of Leth- bridge, lo bs "Proposftton A" ofirpurleen thousand, three htmdfed and nlnaly; sis dollars and eighty-seven1 cents and for. tlie .purpose o: damages caused thereby. 2. That for tho purpose thereof will also exist a survey board provision fo'r a sample market. PEKLKY There will he full weight ar.d inspection in and out of these elevators exactly as {here is supplied for terminal elevators. There 15 no intention at present oi suppty- LS 3 survey board at all the places here we may put interior terrr.iQals. Mr. Buchanan ]s it Ihe intention I the to construct some t elevators this year Mr. Perlcy 1 would not like lo make any promise that cannot te arrieii ft'e have not >et got so ar ss lo rliscilps that. The supplp- icntary estimates have not >et roujiht down, hut 1 may say 1 have ecomrnencled to im colleagues that an item should be put m these esti- mates for this purpose- Until the ea- imales passed aLd becomu law t would he impossible for us to take pielitninatr steps, i can as- urc my honorable Irirnil that it will be gone on with just as promptly as ye: most effective in-thcir They tr NEW ACT WITH SWEEPING RE- armcTioNS BECOMES OP- ERATIVE ON JULY 1 Fargo, N', D.f May siring' ent'r.ert marnage lawv oi Xoitt Ua- Jcoti. into cRcct Julj 1, ihe itHlcAtiona aic that atler that tlate Minrjesota hecome a Gretoa Green for man; a Kotlh Dakota paii seeding the easier r6ad lo happiness, new UK piovMcn (hat Julj 1, no nndejr -t age of 2'j, or man umlir a rorn- irl r-irnl pjii- Htfjccita. fcEblc-uiiMleJ peij est and largest home purchasing co n t r a c! 'xompany in Is making more loana 'to ils contract holders In Alberta hut debentures not in all the sum or Forty-Two Thousand Dollars shall be issued payable at the expiration of thirty (SO) years from the dale of this Ttykw taking effect, siich debentures to be exnress- eti bolh in Sterling money and Canad- ian currencr foi- the sum of ono hun- dred Pounds Sterling and the equivalent thereof In dollars and or any multiple thereof with coupons attached thereto for the half-yearly in- terest on leach debenture respectively payable on Llie first day of January and the first day of July in each year at the rate of five per cent per annura payable at the Bank of Mon- treal in London, Kngland, or the chief offices .of the said bank In-the City of Toronto, the City of Montreal or the C'tty of Lethbridge in the Dom- fiu'on of Canada or fn the City of Xew York in the United Slates of Am- erica. 3. That the said debentures shall he scaled with the seal of the City Of Lethbridge and signed by tbe Mayor and Secwlary-Treasurer and be pay- able in Canadian currency or In Ster- ling money at any ol the branches of erecting a house for .the Park Surer Intendent "sum 6t Two" tbousanc four h'uQdred and iiineleea dollars anr cents herein alter referred to" for the rurpose ofipi smith Shop .the and ninety-sis dollars cents as' "Proposition pose of. providing offlce fixtures and tumiture the sum of Ono ".Ujousaud and oae' hundred and clghty-ioveu dollars" tJtlSl) hereinafter to s AND WHEREAS by '0 of Section HI of Title XXi: of the Charter .the Council was given the power to make for contracting debts nol payablo within, the current year, and it la deemed ad- isable lo raise by nAy of loan on ihe credit of llie ('fly of the sums of and a To repaid, and tbertfor- JLWOC.S7. I2.I19.7G for the imrpoa to issue debenture: the Bank of Montreal 4, That In addition to all other amounts there shall be collected in each year during ihe currency of said the rateable property I.elhbrlilge by special rale or rates sufficient therefor the sum of TRO Thousand Hundred Hollars for defraying the interest of the said detenlurca and the sum of Klght Hundred and and (IS22.8J) Dollar; for form- Ing a sinking fund for payment of the debt rrcatcd hy the Issue of benlurca by levy payable and collect- ed at the same time in the same mari- ner aa other taxes are levied, payable and collected by statute or b> by-law of the That the shall at hh office In the Cily of talhbrldgc at ten UU) o'clock in the forenoon on the 7lh lay of June. A. on the appli- cation cf any burgess interested for or against Inc a bo re Rfolnt two (2) persons to attend at each polling ilace on the final summing un of tin volos ns hfrelnafttr for on ilf of the persons respecth In- terested in promoting or opposing ihe asalng of this by-Jaw. The Secrelary-Treasurcr shall at his office In the City of Lethbrlrlge on the 10th day of June A at the hour of five (5) o'clock in the afternoon'sum lip the number of sotea lor and against the 5. This by-law Ehall come into ef- fect on the First day of Jutj, A. D. 1513; t'. The fotes of the bursosssa rfuly qualified to vote on this Ily-Uv, shall bo taken on the Oth day of .Time, A u at the fnlfor.inK rlncts in the City of LetnVridge, ihe AND it is deemed ex- pedient that the said loan bear In- toresL at the rale of'fiyo percentum per annum lo be paid half year- ly and the Bald principal sums of Fourteen thousand three hundred and ninety-six dollars and eighty seven cents thousand four hundred and nineteen ilollarg and seienty-six cents N'ine hundred and nlnetj-suv pnd cent1? ana One thousand one hundred end eight} seven dollars lo he paid ft1. .he expiration of ten (10) years from the date of this taking effect AND W1IEIU3AS according to the last revised assessment roll of .Ihe "it> of LeChbrldxe ihe the astessable property eighteen million, pis ImudrcS and twenty-five IhOLlFancl. thre( hundred and lilncty- nine anil Iho value of the rale-able properly of ihe aalrl CMly of mMllon one h'inilred and h'.enly-tlirec tho'jsantl liundrtii and thirty- two dollars AND the nmounl of the csiftlinjj debt of thr of J.oth- brhfgc outside of current and-not Including local dcbenlurcft is Two million, lliouEnnd sk hiiiidrcd and HCI- cnly soven dollars nnd nintly-lhrno cents no tnsfnlnicnt of iirincipal or interest thereof or of sink- Ing fund being in arrears, AND WJIKRKAB the rc'.rcclive amounts "required to foe raisc-d annual- ly by rale during the currtncy of the eaitl JcVisv.luras: 7 ou acco-jut thereof CrciOftitvu i> for ihe purpose of OJitco KKlures aud Furnl- luro II) for iolerost t2j for forming ptuklns 'or the paymoiu of the UeM nwtod >y debentures Issued ou thereof. NOW T.IKKE.FOR TUB MAYOR AND OtVTilE CITY RN'ACl' 'AS FOLr LOWS: 1 It lawful for the Coun- cil subject lo the_ ,auproval of iuo for either'or any of "the coutnltieJ this by-law lo raise the resi-'ectlro sums of i'Ourteeu tliousnnil thrto hundred aud ninety- six tlollars elghty-Eeveu _ ceuts. ".....17) Two thousand four hun- dred ami nineteen dollars and seieu- centa Nine hutulrcd and dollars and thtrty-ser- ea cents and ono thousand ono huadreil and eighty-seven dollars b> way of a loau for tho pui- posoa above set forlh. 2 That for the purposes thereof, debentures not exceeding in all tho sum of nineteen thousand dollars, 1519.000) shall be Iseued, payable al tbe expiration of ten (10) >ears frotu tho date of this laldug eRoct, such Oubcutures to bo expressed both In Bierling money and Caniuitan cur- rency for the sum of ono .hundred pounds sterling and tho equiv- alent thereof in dollars and cents or any multiple thereof with co'ipons atlaclied thereto for tho half yearly Interest on. each debenture respect- ively payable the first day of January and the Ural day of July in each year at the rato of fivo per centum annum payable at the Bunk, of Montreal In London Englajid, or nt the chief ofllce or the Hank In tha City of Toronto, tto Cily cf Montreal. or tho Cily of Lothbridse in tho Doni- fnlou of Canada, or at Its chltf office la the City of New-York in tho State of Now "York In the United States of America. .3. Thai the said debentures shall be sealed of the City of Letbbrldgo and signed by llie Mayor and Secretary-Treasurer, 'And In-addition other amounts there Ehall be collected in each >ear during .the currencjr of the .said debentures on all 'the rateable Droneriy-in the Cily of Ijethlirldge hy :i; rates "sufficient there- .payiug the interest o r of for form- ing- a" sinking fund Vqr Use payment of tlie deht created lii respect of prop- osition'A; the sum of for pay- ing tho on, tbe gum of for- forming a-sinking ftmil for the jiajinent of the Sebt created, iii respect of Proposition D; the sum of for paying interest on, tho Eumf'of for forming' a "sliikiug iund for'the jiayiucnt of tho debt created -in respect of PropoEltion O; aiid the sura of iutereH ou.'nnd tho for "forming a sinking fund for Iho payment'of fho'debV c'reatedxin Tea- reel of Proposition -That-the- Mayor shall at his office In City-or-lyetnhridgfi ten (10) o'clock-in.the forenoon the 7th day of Juno A. D., 1913 tho at'ljlication of any burgess V ested for i i" appoint two (2) to att each polling place In the final up_of the votes as- i behalf of the D1 itetested ,in ic passing of In (hf. City day of Jim __ hour of five afternoon, sum up for and aguinsLi.uu uj-ian. 5. Tills By-law aflal] come tnto "of- ct on the Hrat day of July, A. D., us. l 6. Tho ihe hurgessea duly qualified to .vote on. this by-law shall be taken on'tue 3th day of Juno, 1913, at tho follow ino places In Hid My of between the, hours of nine (9> (o'clock in tha forouoon 15) tn Iho afternoon, namely: la) For that portion of Iho Cliy lying north of the'C. P. R- railway at 317 !3lh Slreet North. (b) For that of the City lying south of tho G. P. HaIIway at the old X'oUce Station in the City Hall, situate on Fourth Street j a first time- this 15ih day of May, A. D, J9J3 W. n. L. BARDIE, Mayor. GKO. W. ROBINSON', Sccrclar3'-Treasurfr. IU-ad a second time iMs 15th Uiy ot Mar, A. D., 1D13. W. U. It. VARDIE. >iayor. GKO. W. Sccretary-Treair.irer Head a third lime and passed this ........rtay of .Tune, A. D., 1913 Major. Secretary-Treasurer. NOT I UK is hereby given that tho above it a (rue copy of (ho Nyl.iw which has been inlrorliiced and which Vii1! bo fiiiatl) pasaeiS hy llio Council in llie e'.cnt of the consent of the Hur- G03ses IK-IMS 'obtained tliurclo. uftur one niontJi the Jay of May, .A. U, being tlic dfitt of the li'ihlicallon thereof in tho Herald, and that Ihe votes of the Itar- gosacs will Vj taKcri upon Iho pro- posed Jlylaw on tho Oaj of June, A helicon the hours ol fl o'clock in the forenoon ami o'clock ,n the afternoon at tiie Maco het Oiit n the eafd fJylAw. GKO. U'. riOUINSON, Proposition A, fof'shortage under flaws N'umbers 62, 101, 12U. and (If for t! on, [2) for forming sin fund for tho pajnictil of Dm crtiled by tlehenlnrc-.1) Ipauod or count thereof I'roiioallion H, for Mtc purpose o! fircling fi house for the fork U) lor Surreal Hy aro op MAJORITY OF COBALT fcUMERS OPPOSE STRIKE Cobalt, Cobalt branch cf the Western t'edcr.itldn of Miners on Sunday next bnlloi on lhc question as to whether a slrlko Rhnll he called. The lo take Hie ballot twice voted doo.n, WAS ovf-ntually Of Ihouf- men in llif, jfreat L 3 glrlkC. ;