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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Tuesday, November 8.1910. BLACK STOVE POLISH "Black Knight" Stove Polisfc. gives tbt shine that larts. Just a sniall daub spreads over a big surface. Just a few light rubs with dotb. or brash brings a shine you can see your face the shine lasts for bright, brilliant. ly black. Try the quick, clean and easy way of shining Stoves, Grates and Ironwork. A big: COIL, dealers or seat postpaid on receipt of price.. TEE F. F. DALLEY CO. IIMITED, HAMILTON, of famous "2 in J" Shoe Polish. TO GET RID OF GARBAGE ARCHITECT GETS EGGING LETTER THE CITY COUNCIL TRANSACTED A LOT OF IMPORTANT BUSINESS Kicks on Extras in the Engineering Department Appropriations to Hos- pital and Schools Ordered Paid-Band Supplies Cause a, Dis- cussion-New Derrick Purchased-Assessment Appeals -Spur Tracks-Crossings Ordered The city council was fairly flabcr- f inducted in the wri: obtained by the gasted last mght. on receiving a bill city foreclosing the mortgage held on 'the mill and machinery. Band Grant Discussed A bill for submitted by bandmaster J. George Harper, of the Citizens Band for instruments pur- cnased, provoked no -little discussion. 'i'b.e bandmaster asked that a cheque i'or some three hundred odd dollars iroru .Messrs. Smith, Kerry Chace, consulting -engineers, for the forms for a system of power house record keeping the city had obtained from them. Aid. Bowman asked by whose au thority the forms to be used Qad been obtained from .Messrs. Smith, Kerry The mayor said the council lhe amoimt to be tod agreed to the forms offered _. --pring to the oand by the city. Aid. Bridge. month of September. It showed that ''31 tons 19 cwt. of coal had been tak- en out. The report was received and adopted. Some Monthly Reports Chief of Police Uillespie submitted his monthly report. During September he said there had only been fifteen oases of drunkenness, in the police it was en tared into, he said, but it is i not at present. It called only for the j ;i "bpanisH fortress" begging let- jfuse and did not I which the tells a hard tinue. until it expires and would interfere with the city putting oa two "DCI ocea or three dump carts" to remove what 1 .Western Canada and several ourt, a remarkable record he consid- iast ered it for '-a city "the size of Leth- The receipts of his depart- ment tor the month totalled 'tried in the police court totalled only forty-seven, made up of twenty. ree under the city bylaws, eighteen city, the under the criminal code, two under the bandmaster had any to purchase railroad act, two under the Masters' AW Bowman continued bat n seem ltte lnKromems Ttile rhe dty ftw Servants. ordinance. HUriDortJ i ea to mm that the city engineer should storekeeper or purchasing agent, aiso touched upon the proswutlon goods corn- the had _, i.i- tT i 0 i "warned all restaurant keeoers -hut that share up The ..game has -uowieage. He was not wanting to ue received? all o'er. the- world, mauv- Someone in Saaiu tnKcs E. E. Car- refuse is not; taken by the contrac- .tors. Then when the contract expires tlie city could take over the business itselt. i Tae report- was laid on the table to.' be taken up" at a later date. in Lethbridge during, the last year or two. have been recipients of these letters. The files were looked navifig no re'sult he had! I.: ue naaj impose upon the engineer additional j up ro eee how the commenced Duraens, bat there were too many or tde coimeil and fore th wanted Paul Morton, president of the Equit- able Life; Assurance Society, began as a clerk in the land office of the Bur- iingtoa'railroad. Duralumin, a new patented alloy of for the discovered by ilr. Weeks, sewer plant on a basis of 'chemist at Maxim's works, is said to cent, of tite cost or ?50 a day, and ex-1 be as strong as steel and almost as'Pen3es for actual time spent visitin light as aluminium. New. Works work, was another instance. re- applica- during the up the They also showed Tney were granted. asking the council for the grant{ BuiicLiug submitted i Doth the list Mr Harper had submitted j hi? monthly showing fifty per- ist prices and actual' costs j raits issued September, totall- Birmingham .will develop 'it; Duralu-l nxtn may -be a -help in aviation. Yon Work Near a Window in winter when you have a Perfec- tion Oil Heater. It is.a portable radiator which can be moved to any part of a room, or to -any room in a house. When you have a i of the instruments, the latter agreeing mg in value They were approximately with the bin now ;sufa- j nearly alt, iie said, for substantial ed in a letter to the engineer and sub- muted. The.matter, nowever. was of residences. .Report receYv- T. Aird Murray's offer was eontain- mitted to the council by him, accom-! rerred to the'finance committee with ed and adopted, panied by recommendation that the .instructions to, pay the amount if offer be accepted in. part. Both mat- j zound correct.. ters were laid upon the table, the T.' Aird Murray matter until the provin- cial board of health is again heard from. Auditor's Report All O. K. -A. Henderson Co.. of Winni- peg, the city auditors, submitted a re- port of their quarterly audit of the A Sidewalk Petition dents -of Orchid avenue, asldng for an. Spurs -on Fourth Street The city engineer submitted applica- lons from the Western Supply and equipment Ju. and Messrs. Tees and extension of sidewalk along Orchi-d i t'ersse Ltd. for permission to con- avenue from McN'ab to Turner spur tracks on Fourth (Smith) about 600 feet, the petition said, and about one hundred citizens would be Dene fitted. -There-being no provision stret to properteis in Block 30 where, they purposed building warehouses. The spurs in question cross the street They are Guaranteed to Please Blue-Eibbon Tea, Coffee, Baking Powder, Flavoring Extracts, JellyTowcler, etc., are all first price goods ancl we are sure they will please you. Tliejr may be returned and nion- ev refunded if not satisfactory. moved that a special improvement dis- trict be created out of all the property on Fifth street, including the proposed extension from Seventh, avenue south to Ninth avenue, .and that the Secre- however, could not be picked' upon aid after -wasting considerable time c ,ver matter.was laid over until an- other time and the council nied. The mayor and. all the alda-rmen, accounts of your city, and have found j mere old vvallls that be !aced -frt no Absolutely smoMess arid not have -to work close to tiie stove, which- is usually far from the window. You can work where you wish, and be warm.- You can work on dull winter days in the full light near the window, w'ithout being chilled to the bone. The Perfection Oil Heater quickly: gives heat, and with one filling the font Duras steadily for nine hours, without smoke or smei? .An indicator always shows the amount of oil in the font. The filler- cap, put in like a cork in a bottle, is attached by a chain This heater has a cool handle and a damper top. The Perfection Oil Heater has an antomafie-IoeMiw fliune spreader, which prevents the wick from turned high enough to smoke, and is easy to remove and drop back so the wick can be quickly cleaned. The burner body or cannot become wedged and can be unscrewed in an instant for rewicking. The Perfection Oil Heater is finished in japan or nickel, is strong, durable, well-made, built for service, and vet light and ornamental. J Dxlers SoiryietHre. If not at yezrs, vriig for acscripttoe everything to be in good order. have checked all vouchers, bocks and j accounts. and 'have much pleasure in stating that we have found thsin cor- 1. They also submitted their account of ,lor the quarter Just ended. The report' -was adopted and the ac- count ordered paid. Appropriations Paid C. B. Bowman, secretary of the'Gait there; Aid. Bowman took occasion to remark thar it--is" no use in putting down walks, unless 'they are connect- ed up vmii streeFcfossings. Siqrh Prices 'Vary recommended that the permission advertising of the .extension as a ed lor" be granted but suggested that it be embodied in the agreements that at a later date, when there are more wholesale houses on side 'of i ttie street the spurs crossing the street Weiler submitted sam-{ Ile lifted and a -pies and tenders, from local firms length' tbe wesl the locai improvement .also carried. Wants to Know Why Aid. Sage moved that the building inspector be asked to explain why the old Goodman building now standing upon property owned by J. D. Higin- botham on Third aventte" be; wrote asking for payment of eral weratideatical. even to- the the annual city grant. The grant. !narae the bore amounting to ?1000, was ordered paid, j prices B. Bowman, secretary of tfaej per hundred to ?BO per hundred. The Public School Board, wrote requesting on behalf of the trustees, payment of the suppiv of enamelled street nmuJ spurs and Caving the i ing allowed to remain tttere. .Aid. 011- of the road clear for vehicular ver asked what objection Aid. Sage had .to it being left Aid. Sage replied, "that it was contrary to tue fire limit .bylaw. The i'buildiiig 'liad! only been allowed to -be -moved to ber signs. There, was little to choose between tDe quality of the samples, Out although those submitted ,by s tbe ,vav from the annual school appropriation. It was ordered paid. J. McXicol, liquidator of the Wool Jen Company, wrote enclosing being five per cent, of a claim of for water, the same being first dividend on assets. tender or' the Stafford-Agnew Co. be- ing the lowest, namely 'was ac- cepted. The storekeeper also report- ed that .although he had called for tenders for the supply of city inspect- ors' uniforms, he had received none. was handed in at the coun- cil meeting, however, but it was de- cided to extend the lime until the next The letter contained a detailed meeting of the council. merit of the company's .affairs. After some discussion in regard to the policy of the city in enforcing the claim, the letter and cheque were referred to the Derrick Purchased The works and property committee reported thar the. purchase of a hoisr- ing derrick for use on sewer outlet ;oe kindness and considera- tramc. The applications were granted subject to agreement along the lines suggested b'yvthe engineer and to final approval of the Council.- Agreements for leasing own- ers of the Hull, Dominion and Bryan Blocks space "beneath sidewalks were suoject to suffi- cient bonds being supplied guarantee- ing the sidewalks u-ould be properly relaid. Leave For One, Raise For Another Miss B. Grimm, of the city office staff, wr9te applying for made this year''for any new the spur belonging to Messrs. and. City. Solicitor be i with the exception of Aid. were city books, saving: 'We havex-omplet-; the works and property com-U-'ampbeu, Wilson Home on'the east instructed to secure the opening up of Although' there was iff .tie do- the auait. to .September 30th of ,vas instructed ro find'out if side to-the west-'side. The engineer rjae streec- Another motion ordering ing, i nt- routine work at, the it after eleven-thirty, before the adjournment was made-, THINKS :LENriEUX ACT IS HARDLY SUPFlblENT French..Government .Looking .For As: sistance in Framing .a New Law K.ov.'. Paris corrc s- t-hc Standard referring measures to be taken by the Frencih government against strikes of where it was on the strict condition j nicnt says the Canadian la w that it be moved outside the fire-lira-j providing for the settlement'of its immediately on the compieton of {disputes is very generally quoted in the brick Goodman block, but it had' of'the government's- view, jut ___ fljr a nf l-aif ni not been removed; NTot onlv a of fact that law j strikes to months of 'de- a fire trap -but it was an eyesore. The the motion earned. pondent femarfa> .f one City and Agricultural' Society with an organization made 'up of The meeting concluded, with jeave of absence. Her request was the relations of the Agricultural; it granted. Harry Dawson. caretaker of the city cilices and the fire hall building, ap- for an increase of salarv. He city solicitor, none of those present .No. thrce been ordered at a cost [being aware whether or not The report was Adopted and amount of the claim in question is jr. was decided that the cost should be figured in the sewer outlet estimates. tion with which lie had