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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 25, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta How is Your I Watdi Runniiig i Is it; always fast or slow ? * Never qaite on time? Per-, hapstlie watch is capable  of very accurate ruuninK/' but it is not in perfect etc.-be just right, or good J | .timing is out of the question |iri)|)ria'ted fuiM te-lonB'ins; to tihe cit^-. If tlk>iv is no iiim|ipropr which he aiiiouivt in e.xi-css twis Iroeu collected tenders. on nccouiit of u s|.M.'oial tnx upott QUASHING Jl.Y-L.VWS. u,y puriiL-ular locality, tl>e ajiMunt Any elector of Mte crty may, witih- ,, e.xies.s collected on account of such in two niomhs a�er tjie |)�ssii>K of f^jvciiil lux .vhull Ih- apiuopiimted to any by-law or resolution of Uie x.,)k sivcinl local o^.jecl for which it Council, a.upiy to a jiKlge u|.oa mo- collecteil. tioii to tquaadi t'he saine in whole or | rates or taxes imposed or lev- part, for iHog�iiiiy; and tlie jiKlge, for any y�ir shall be con�iderod upon such motion, may n iiiipo.s^d ai�d to be due by-law or resolution in "whole or in on aiKl iron, the tiisl day of Janu-part. and nuay, acconJiOg to the i-a- aiy of the Uieii current year etiding suit ot the apptication, award costs with the ;ilst *lay of IXceinber iheiHj-for or agia'inat the city anti de- og unless otherwise expi>essly pro-termine the scale of such costs. vid��d for [>y tho b>-law under Notice of the motdon shall fa�; serv- which the .same aJV diivctxl to be i'd at least seven clear days before levitni. tlie day .on vWiich the motion is to . Council may nuthoriae the be made. inu.>'or and Meciiitury-.tiit.Msuivr to Before any such motion i� riiado, borrow, either 4)ofore or after tita the apiWicant (or in cose tihe appli-! passins of the by-law levyin^j taxes cant is a company, some iierson-^on for t.lie curront .voar, from-any |Jer-its behalf) sbaJl enter into a i*cog- son or lj�tik, such sums as the Coun-nisance before the juOge himself , in cil deem necessiuy to meet t.he cui-Ihe sum of flOO and two suivties iviit expeirdilui^es of the city until eaively, and on iiohaU ot those : .wlioni they i^prow-nt (whether infants, i.ssiH* borii^ lunatics, kiiots or others^) 4w\w |>ower to act well 'in tK�feixmce to any arbi-Itration, tiotii(� aixl ootiion, muter t'his aet as in contracting, for any conveying lo the crty any such laiw* or 'lit greeing as to the iMnouiiit of | his re.xi-'dence or hie hijn.lf cannot l>e kiiind. f. iudge niay appoiiii't a iwrson to act in respect to the aainu crson �oting a.s afoiv-sivid has not tho at�solute e.>�t'n'tc in the pro|N>rty, the city shall pay the bntdiMit to be paid in respect to such ro|�' Pa>>able refuses to execute The sccrot�iy-treasurer shall k�ep tnue of tlie city lor the tlnni curront!''** Pioper transfer or .discharge or in his books two HC|Jarate accouii'ts ye�r; and if tiiu Coitiicil anthorizes of e^'ery debt, one. for the s|N.>cial the borrowinii- of any larger sum rate and one tor 'the s'inking fuiKl or than ^be for instalments of principal, boAh to iitemUer of tlie Council who votes be distinguis>hetl from all other ac- theivfore shall 'be disiiualirKKi from counts in 'tlie 4>ooks hy some prefix, hoKling any municipal ollice for two; designating 'the purpose for wdiich years. the debt was conir�ct�l, and he F.XFUOKIUATIOX. shall kwp the said occount-s with 1" ^a^e .l�e Council desiivs to ac-any others that are necessary, so as - 'and for any purpose author- to e.xh'i.�>it at all 'times the stale of l*"" ^ct *t inuy, in case it every debt and the amount ol mon- '^""^ ac.;uiie the land at a fai> eys raised, obta'ined and approp.iat- , P''^"' '�B''^'>�w'�^� W'i'L�> owners ed for pavnient thereof. I*-''' "'^^'^"Piers thMvof or other persons If, after paying the intei-est of a '"teivstod there.... ac.iui.>e th "''y "� ^-^orcise of any such debt, such surplus shall .so c^o'^''-^^ by "*is Aot nMiin and may be applied if neces:- .d"*^ comp^-nsation t'lR.i>eof and paj|j sary towards the next years inter-.^aniagee lor any land or intereat est; but if such surplus exceeds tho injuriously artectcKl .by the e.x- amount of the ne�t .years interest, �' ^"^^ l^*^''^ ""^"""^ *�' the exceee shall be carried to the damages being such as nece�- c�Klit of the sinking fund account ^'^^^^V ^'""l^ �' or shall he applied in paym^t of ^"''h P^'^'^''^ *dva�ta�e the principal of such debt. i claimant may derive from No moneys levied and collected for contemplated work any olapim the purpose of a sinking fund shall f""- compens'ation or dan>a�es W in any case he applied towards pay- �"utually ag.v*d upon shall be iHg any portion of the curi�nt or etary-that such part of the produce of the troasurer plans and speoif.ca*ions special rate levied a�d at the ct^it showing the land to be taken or used of the sinking fund account or of the done -theivon and special rate of any del^enture debt �ecorded by | I" ''^^e any hmi not taken for action in the Supreme Court. "O''' untk-rtaking con.struotod Tlx; memtiers of the Councii who 'wa'le or flone by the Council under voietl for the same shall l�tion of 'the work hia elector on behalf of himself and the claim tor rtanifiges in i'esiiect theivof other electors of tihe Cff.v. fta'ti'ng tlie amount ami particulars RATES. �f such claim. -The Council shall in each .year a..s-' Such nni.ice nhnll lie go iierson ii^ charge of the work or siifllciefrt sum to iiay all valid d^.�btH imdeitakins has given his ftnal cer-of the oity fafUng duo within the -ifi�alo �nd shall sta.te the last day y�ar,makiiHf due allowances for tho wh"* �n.v claim iimler this sec-coat of collection anii the wbaitemont '"a-V '"�"' aind losses which may occur in the ll-'ie'date of the publication of such colkwlion thereof, hut the Council natiOo shall be the datio in resjwct of shall not levy in any one yi>ar more wltifh 'I'h*' damages .shall be ascer-than ah aggregate rate of 2o. on fainwl. the rtoliar (*!xcln�ive of soKool rates An.>' claim iiwter this .st>otion not and local lin|�rovenient rates) uiion made within the pcriovl liereinlieforo the total v�ilue of claim for com|x>nsation for t'horcof. ' ands 'taken or damages in respect ot The Council may pass one by-lnw lands injuriously en'cotcd shall bo or several by-laws authorizing the' doeinMl appurtenant to the land and IM'ying and volleot'ing of a rate or ohall pass 'by any transfer or con-rales of so puoh on the dollar upon voyance tltereof. the asBessed value of ttte rateable' In the case of land which the city | the application of the city ma)')grant on oixler vesting 'in the ci'ly 'the ab-olute title to the lands in respect whereof such conipensaition or damages have been iwid into court. A notice .in such form and for such time as a judge shell diixwt diaM .be nsort�l in a newsfiaper in t'he Crty f Lcthbridge calling upon persons ent'it'led to compeniiation or dwnkages or injuriously aflect'od to file their claim to lite .said contfwneartion or damagL*s or any part thereof, and all such claims shall ibe ret�i\�d and a'd-judicurted open hy t'he said ju.damiagcs trherefor, and 'tlie judij^ shall tnake such oixler Jor diatribution, payment or investment of the money and for securing the rights of all persons in-teresi'ed therein as may be necessary, 'i'he Council of the City of Letli-bridgc in all ca^s wliere claims for compMisat'ion or damages ai� made against the city, which uncksr the provisions of tihis or any other oct are dcclariNf to be the subject of ai-bitrMtlon in the event of the parties not being able to. agree may t'onder to any person making such claim such antount as 'they consiidcr proper com{)ensation for the land taken, and in the event of the non-acceptance hy the claimant of the amount so tendered, and of the arbitration bieing proceeded with, if any award is obtained for an amount not greater than the anKMint so ten-derc^l, the costs of the arbitrator be awarded to the city and set off against any amount warded against them. Where a ctoim 'is ma:ie for compensation or damages il>y the owner or occupier pr of other persona interested in lands taketi by the Councilor which is allegad to have been injuriously aflectad in t'he exercise of an.v of the power of 'Uie Council, in the event of the Council not being 'able to agree with tlie claimant as 'to the amount of coin-pensation or � damages, the same shall be s(>ttt�d and .determined by the award of a judge pr of an advocate to 'be ef>pointed by him. The foes to .be pakl to the jmlge or arbitrator appoint^ hy him upon any arbitration shall be as follows: For every meeting where the arbitration is not proceeded with, but an enlargement or poatponement is made at the request ~ol either l>arty, 13.00; for every riay sibbing to consist of .not less ithan six hours. faO.OO; for 9vety sititing -not extended to six hours fractional parts of hours being exctiMiiect'ion of all partii'S,'intx-rested full notes of the oral evi'dciice 'giwn on �the ivferen(�, nthd also ^locuiueii'tai'y e\iMence �ft fciven, or a c!opy t'heivof, and 'in civse he proceeds partl.>' on a view or any knowlodgv skill pos-ses.sed by hiiii, Ik> .shall also put in wri'ting a flflteiii'.Mit ttiereof. 'IMio nwnrd .siliall not >\.tod, the property shall .stand as if no nrbiliation hnd been iK'id, aiiil t'he cit.v .s.hall pa.v th� costs of the nrhitraition. ACTIONS UY ANP AOAINST THE CITV. Wlic.-o 'duties, obligations or Mabit-ities are imposod hy law upon any [wrson, company or corpora'tiion, or wlw.'iw coiilmcts or agixvinefvts are or Ul'.ve heretofore liet-MV crent^Ml, en-aclod.. or validat'en nvain'taiiii'd, obtained tvnJ enforced tltere.n by ti.e A'ttoriw.v-Oeneral hatl he been a party to tn the rela'l'itMi of any perstti. interested. In case a 'by-law or .-esoliitioii is illegal ii! whole or 'in part, or in ca.'�! nn.x th'ii.g has ljc^>n iindei-it, which by reason of such 'illegalit.v giives aio' fwrson a rigtlrt of a.-oiight until one iiion'lh has elaiiscd nf'tor tilve.l)y-law or resolut'ion has been nrls to 'tlio plaintitT or his soMcttor, if such tewler 'is ploaded nnd^ it traversed, and no moiv than the aiinount tenik'iv.-d is rccoveiwl, tihc plainliff s'ball hiive no costs, but co.��t� shall Ix! ta.xtd to the '(i.^tondant on such SOTlcas IIki pivskiing. JiKlge fball direct. nr.'d shall be set olT against 'the amount, recovciwl, and the Iwlance di>e to either party may bo recovered as 'in ordiiiar.v cases. WE reeeivetl H few diiys ago n cur of Al Beef Steers. They are prime and gootl. First class lieef is scarct; and harti to get. It is also much higher in price. Headiiiiarters has our onler for more of the b�st, so tho ijeople of our eity can depend on the tjnnlity ot moat botiglit of us. - Telephone yonr Ksli orders Pritlfiy iiioniing. P. Burns & Co., Ltd. Telephone {li- TRY WM. OLIVER FOR- Everything required in the eonstruction of � Buildins. Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work Do not send all your money to Culgary and Cranbrook. fHelp to bnild up Leihbridge aild a local industry by patronizing Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills. Ollice, Yards and Factory-Corner Rouml and Bompas Streets Teleplione 158 " GOING OUT OF BUSINESS. .Worinon Church Disposil.ig c4" Comn.o.'cial Inteiiests. its Salt Lake CMy, Utah, May 17 - The Mormon church is 'going out of business, according to a local r*a'|>cr. Its princii>al hoiding in Salt Lake the l>taih ^igbt and liaihva.v Cnm-pan.v, is to 'So taken over �by a $25j^-()00,lMiO corporation compose;! of English ami Aiikerican cnpi'talists. The new compan.y will also ncipiiix; the Ogden stiwt iviilwa.v and 'biiikl an electric .line from .luivb County, Utah, to t>noda Coiint.v, Iting, the church withdraws from bu.s'iness on-lii'cl.y. If 'this policy is conipletoiy carried out, the sale of tlie traction interests will be fpllowwl by the sale of stocks in banks, sugar factories, the great Z. C. M. I. doimrtm.nt store, and the smaller enterprises. It will work a commercial l^evoll*tion which wil! profoundly affect tite political and social life of the state. ^ o TO TH'E PEACE lUVER. Kimball I I A i X  i X � We have just received a large shjpment of Lawn Hose. We can till your requirements in Hose, Nozzles, Reels, Etc. || Your iawn and tre�s need water, and carry-ing water is a hard and slow job. Let us book your orders, and you are sure of the Best Material and yPrices. ; HicK & WaKely i The Leading Tinners, Plumbers, Steam and Hot Water Fitters. Telephone llfi. I A. EASTON & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF HARNESS, SADDLES. AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES, MITTS. GLOVES. ROBES, WHIPS. TENTS, AWNINGS. WAGON COVERS, HAY AND GRAIN. ETC. Farmer Making Overlamd Journey. (Macleod Ga�ttle.) Mr. Slim Ivimiliali. of Kindiall, near Cardston, arrived 'in town Tiies-dntf Ml his way to 'the Peace Itiver district with his whole outfrt, consisting of five hundrcxl fiend of cattle anerlain's Pain Unlm. Ono application of that liniment relieved the pain- and niwdo sleep and rest |M>ssiblei and less than one Imttle has etTected a periitanent cure. If troubk>d with sciatics or rheumatism why not try a Hi cent 'bottle of Pain Balm ami sec for yourself how riuickly it relieves the pain. For sale y all druggists. |Flaga Celebration Canet ^ Confetti Torpedo Canet Torpedoa Fireworks I Pin Wheels Roman Ci^ndlet Sky Rocketa | Craekert. All Siiet Wallace (St Hoselton I The Leading Cigar and Tobacco Firm in Southern Alberta. ;