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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBHIUQE, I-H6AV, MAV ift, IMi BMAW NO. A bylaw of the City of Lethbridge the said sum of be pay- able at the expiration of thirty from the date of this bylaw taking ef- fect said debentures b.-ing for 100.00' A law of tin- City uf Lethbridge BY-LAW NO. to raise the sum for or any multiple thereof not in to raise the sum of for the of certain local improvements, that is to street grading and the con- struction of cement walks, and to is- sue debentures for the said sum and to provide for the assessment and colection of the sums necessary to retire .said debentures. WHEREAS the City haa agreed to construct cement walks and to grade certain streets as out in a report oi the.Committee of Works and Prop- erty, dated the 14th day of March, A. D. 1908, on file in the office of the Secretary-Treasurer of the City. AND WHEREAS it appears from the said report that the estimated cost of the said cement walks will be of which the portion of the cost to be borne by the City is 000 and the estimated cost of the said street grading would be 00, of which the portion to be borne by the City is AND WHEKEAS it is deemed ad- and that coupons shall be attached to kut place and if necessary the ac- said debentures for the half-yearly HI quiring of sites theref -i and terest on each debenture respectively the ol certain fire upparat- at the rate of five per cent per an- us, ami to issue debentures for said num. in the meantime, payable at the sum and to provide the assess- Bank of Montreal in the City of Mon- meat and ei> of the sums nee treal in the Province of Quebec. essary to retire said debentures. 3. That the said debentures shall W HI-: UK AS it is deemed advisable be sealed with the seal of the City of construct a lire hall and market Lethbridge and signed by its Mayor place in the city of Lethbndge and and Socrptory-Trensurer and be pay- if necessary acquire sites therefur and able in Canadian currency at the to purchase certain additional fire Bank of Montreal in Montreal afore- said. 4. That in addition to all other apparatus, the estimat d cost of the said fire hall and market place and sites therefur together with the said amounts there shall be levied and fjrc. apparatus being collected in each ytar during the cur- rency of the said deb. nturca on the rateable property in said City, by special rate rates suflicient therefor the sum of for paying the interest on the said debentures and the amount of to form a sinking fund fur' all tne turf respectively, at the rate of five C5) per cent per annum, in tin- mean- payable at the Hank of Mon- treal, in tin; City of Montreal in the Province of Quebec. :i Thai fl'.t- said BY-LAW NO, of City of Lcthbridge said. 4. .That in addition the payment of the debt created by the issue of said debentures, to be payable, levied and collected at the same time and in the same manner as other tax- are payable, levied and collected by .statute or bylaw of the City. t 5. Tliat this bvlaw shall come hi to that the said loan bear interest at the t. t v I efu--ct on the dav of visable to raise by way of loan on the credit of the City of Lethbridge the said sums of and making in all for the pur-i" pose of defraying the city's share of; the said costs. AND WHEREAS it is expedient j rate of five (5) per cent, per annum! to be paid half yearly, and that thej principal sum of be paid, at the expiration of thirty years (30) from the date of this Bylaw tak- ing efftct. AND WHEREAS the value of the rateable property in the city of Lethbridge according to the last re- vised assessment roll is the sum of! A. D. 190S. 6. That the votes of the electors duly qualified to vote on this bylaw shall be taken on the eighth day of June, A. U. 1908 at the Fire Hall m the City of Lethbridge. between the of nine o'clock in the forenoon nght o'clock in the afternoon, hour; and the of i th Secretary-Treasurer S3 374 445 00 Ult' Lethbridge shall in AND WHEREAS the amount of thej Pursuance of the Lethbridge Charter existing debt of the City of L thbridgelacl as Returning OHlc r therefor. outside of debts due for current rate of Ihv (G) per cent, per an- num, to be paid half yearly, and that the said principal sum of be paid at the expiration of thirty (30) years from date of this by- law taking effect. AN7D WHEREAS the value of the rateable property in the City of Lethbridge, according to the last re- vised Assessment Roll is the sum of AND WHEREAS the amount of the existing debt of the city of Lethbridge outsidv- of debts due for current ex- penses, is the sum of no instalment of principal or interest thereof then in arrear. AND WHEREAS the respective amounts required to be raised an- nually by special rate during the cur- rency of the said debentures are: (a) For paying the interest thereof (b) For forming a sinking fund for payment of the debt created by said debentures, NOW THEREFORE THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE ENACT AS FOL- be sealed with the sea! of tho City of to tlle sum of J6.000.00 for the Lethbridge, and signed by its Mayor Purpose of defraying the cost of cer- and Secretary-Treasurer, and be pay- tdin extensions to the City's water- able in Canadian curr ncy at the works system, to be undertaken dur- Uank of Montreal, in .Montreal afore- 1903- and to issue (hires for said sum and to provide for to all other tne assessment and collection of the amounts there shall be levied and sunis ui'cossary to retire said d.ben- coilected in each year during the cur- rency of the said deb ntures, on all, WHEREAS it is deenud advisable tho rateable property in the City of to make certain extensions to the wa- Letlibridge, by special rate or rates terworks system of the City, the es- suflicient therefor, the sum of timatcd cost of such being for paying the interest on the' said debentures, and ihe amount of AND WHEREAS it is deemed ad- to form a pinking fund for visable to raise by way of loan on the payment of the debt created by the' credit of the City of Lethbridge the is.sue of said debentures, to be pay-'said sum of able, kvied and collected at the same' AND WHEREAS it is expedient time and in the same manner as other that the said loan bear interest at the taxes are payable, levied and collect- rate of five (5) per cent, per annum ed by statute or by Bylaw of the City, to be paid half yearly, nnd that the 5. That this Bylaw shall com? said principal sum of be of paid at the expiration of thirty (30) years from the date of this Bylaw dav ffect on the A. D. 1908. G. That the votes of the electors duly qualified to on this Bylaw shall be taken on th June, A. D. 1908, at taking effect. AND' WHEREAS the value of the bylaw whicrf lias been introduced eighth day of riitei-ble property in the City o the Fire Hall, Lethbridge according to the last re in the City of Lethbridge between the vised assessment roll is the sum o hours of iiino o'clock in the forenoon and and eight o'clock in the afternoon, j AND WHEREAS the amount of th the Secretary-Treasurer of the existing debt of the City of Lcthbridg City of Lethbridge shall, in pursuance outside of debts due for current ex oi the Lethbridge Charter, act as )eilses is the sum of n instalment of principal or interes thereof being in arrears. AND WHEREAS the respective amounts required to be raised annu- ally by special "rate during the cur- rency of the said debentures (a) For paying the interest thereof 1300.00. turning Oflicer therefor. DONE AND PASSED in Council this day of A. D. 1903. Mayor. Secretary-Treasurer NOTICE is hereby given that the above is a true copy of a proposed bylaw which has been introduced and which may be finally passed by the Council (m the event of the con- sent of the burgesses hot rig obtained thereto) after one. month from the 15th day of May, A. P.. 1903, being the date of the first publication there of in the "Lethbridge Herald" arid I. It shall and may be lawful for that the vote's of the burgesses will the Council to raise the sum of be taken upon the proposed by-law and which mav be flnallv passed bv W5.000.00 by way of loan, for the j on the 3th day of June, A. I _ the Council (in the event of tho con- sent of the burgesses being obtained thereto) after one month from the 15th day of May, A. D., 1908, being the date of the first publication there of in the "Lethbridge Herald" and. that the votes of the burgesses will be taken upon the proposed by-law I purpose of defraying the cost of erect- ing a fire hall and a market place and sites therefor and for purchas- ing additional fire apparatus. 2. That debentures be issued for the said sum of to be pay- able at the expiration of thirty (30) years from the date of this bylaw tak- the 8th day of June, A. D., 190S; pose of defraying the City's share of between the hours of nine o'clock in the cost of constructing the cement j the forenoon anti eight o'clock in the walks and grading streets as set out in the report above mentioned. 2. That debentures be issued for afternoon at the Council Chamber in the City of Geo. W. Robinson, Sec.-Treas. ing effect, said debentures b -ing for between the hours of nine o'clock H.' forenoon and eight o'clock in the afternoon at the Council Chamber in the City of Lethbridge. Geo. W. Tlobinson, Secretary Treasurer 1.AVERGNE FOR LEGISLATURE each, or any multiple thereof, i Montreal, May 23. At Montmagny not in all to exceed the sum of 000.00, and that coupons shall at- tached to said debentures for the half yearly interest on each deben- Armand Lavergne, M. P., was nomin- ated from that county for the Legis lature at Quebec, and after some hesi tation he- accepted. f Montreal, in the City of Montreal, i Province of Quebec 3. That the said debentures shall e sealed with the seal of the City of ,eth bridge, and signed by its Mayor ad Secretary-Treasurer, and be pay- CANADIAN TEACHERS TO VISIT BRITAIN Arrangements have been made by Mr. Alfred Mosely, C. M. G., of Lou- don, England, and an English com- ble in Canadian currency at the mittee, for the visit of Canadian Bunk of Montreal, in Montreal a fore- teachers to the British schools during aid. the coming autumn and winter. The 4. That in addition to all other j co-operation of the leading men of amounts there shall be Itvied and col- England us represented by this com- ected in each year during the cur- rency of the said debentures, on all he rateable property in the City oi jethbridge, by special rate or rates suflicient therefor, the sum of 1300.00 or paying the interest on the said de- bentures and the amount of to form a sinking fund for payment of the debt created by the issue of said debentures, to be payable, levied collected at the same time and in the same manner as other taxes are payable, levied and collecteiKby Statute or by Bylaw of the City. 5. That this Bylaw shall come in- to effect on the day of A. D. 1908. 6. That the votes of the elictors duly qualified to vote on this bylaw shall be taken on the eighth day of mittee, ensures that the visiting teachers will receive a cordial welcome wherever they go, and that every ef- fort will be mude to add to the com- fort and success of the enterprise. A local comittee is being organized in each city and town to be visited by the teachers and these committees will act as advisers to the Canadian teachers, to introduce them, to pro- cure in advance accommodation in boarding houses or hotels, to meet the teachers if desired on arrival and to minister to their comfort in every way. About two hundred teachers may go from Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatche- wan, Alberta and British Columbia. The number in each Province to which the privilege will be extended pursuance oj the Lethbridge Charter act as Returning Officer therefor. DONE AND PASSED in Council this day of A. D. 1908. June A. D. '1908 at the Fire Hall in' will be in proportion to the number the City of Lethbridge, between the of teachers in these several provin- hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon ces. Should any Province, however, and eight o'clock in the afternoon, foil to send its proportional number and the Secretary-Treasurer of the vacancies will be filled from the the City of Lethbridge shall in applicants from other Provinces. Mr. Moseley has succeeded in mak- ig arrangement's with the Canadian teamship companies to take three undrcd Canadian teachers to Eng- and and back for each. Pas- ages at this rate are available be- ween September 1st, 1908 and Feb- uary 1st, 1909. The total expense of he trip from Toronto, allowing a month in the Old Country, need not exceed and is considered imple to provide for extra purchases as well as for necessary expenses. The steamship travel will be'.in sec- ond cabin but this accommodation s now .is good as first class was a few yeai-s ago. Alberta teachers desirous of taking advantage of these -arrangements should notify the Deputy Minister of Mayor Secretary-Treasurer NOTICE is hereby given that the above is a true copy of a proposed bylaw which has been introduced (b) .For forming a sinking fund and which may fmally passed by for payment of the debt created by the Coundl the event of the con. said debentures, of the burgesses bcing obtained NOW THEREFORE THE MAYOR thereto) after one month from the AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF istrTday of -May, A. D., 1903, being LETHBRIDGE ENACT AS FOL- the date of the first publication there Of jn tne "Lethbridge Herald" and 1. It shall and may be lawful for that the v0tes of the burgesses will the Council to raise sum of be taken upon the proposed by-law by way "of loan for the pur- theSth day" of June, A. D. 1906 pose of defraying the cost of certain between the hours of nine o'clock in extensions to the waterworks system the forenoon and eight o'clock in the of the city to be constructed during afternoon at the Council Chamber iu the City of Lethbridge. the year 1903. 2. That debentures be issued for the said sum of to be payable at the c-xpira- ation of thirty (30) years from the date of this Bylaw taking effect, said de- bentures being for each, or any Geo. W. Robinson, Secretary Treasurer JOHNSON WILL HAVE TO WAIT London, May being askec multiple thereof, not in all to exceed today whether his Australian visi the sum of and that cou- would interfere with the negotiation pons shall be attached to said deben- for a" fight with Jack Johnson, th tures for the half yearly interest on colored heavyweight, Tommy Burn each debenture respectively, at the replied that Johns'on would have t rate of five (5) per cent, per annum, wait until his Australian engagement in the meantime, payable at the Bank were concluded. Education, Edmonton, immediately as tli? list should be forwarded to Tor- onto during the first week in June. _______________ SENTENCED OLD LADY London, May Margaret Hamilton, who was one of the prin- cipal witnesses to the alleged identi- ty to the Duke of "Portland with T. C. Druce was today sentenced to 18 months' penal servitude for perjury, her appeal having been disallowed. Mrs. Margaret Hamilton is 70 years of age. All Descriptions cf Printing, .Job and Book Work, Herald Job Print- ing Department. Get the Habit Why Pay for Competitors' Advts. when they're better than your Be Persistent in Your Advertising own Of course the bills are not sent to pays them. BUT, he pays them out of profits which should have been YOURS if your advertising had been better than his. A DAILY AD. IN THE HERALD WILL MAKE GOOD EVERY DAY You will continue to pay the other fellow's advertising bills, and in the same way for his automobiles, his new store-fixtures, his expansion in every you de- cide that you'll stop it, improve and expand your advertis- ing. SET THE PACE YOURSELF Make Him Pay for Your Advertising! ;