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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Nevemlii-r S, THE LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page-13 Will Swell the City's Payroll 'SLTD. WO! Contribute to the City's Prosperity LETHBRIDGE no Packing and Cold Storage Plant, therefore Tho Consumer lias shipped INTO this district by llic cni-lond from those fortitude cities, lliinis, 'Mutton, Liml. l-'ggs, But- ter, etc. Tho Producer has shipped OUT of this district by llio carload to distant cities having these.- facilities, Cattle, Hogs, Sheep, Eggs, ISutter, etc. Will secure holier prices for the 'Producer. Will save douhli; freight bills involved in I lie 'above transactions. Will keep Packing House Wages in Letlibridgc for Lothbridgc citizens. Will distribute alt ructive profits' throughout the city and distriet now going to share other packing plants. Come in let us explain the proposition to you, or use coupon Delany's Limited X Lethbridge needs Delany's Limited. areholders in Evenings MITFORD COMPANY lYll I F Oc rtl T 1 Cor. 5th Street and 4th Ave. Mail This Today Please maU, without obligation, to me prospectui of DELANY'S LIMITED. 12160 to the C.P.R., and io tlie O'Hrien, aB.to the business lax, fitat- Water Taxes Demanded and No Water Room Issue Again Ma'e.rath, Nor. 6.--The rcjular stmi- j y monthly meeting tlic Majrath! lo'.vn council was held last evening in I ______ the town ball with Councillors Hen-1 iaies uiiltss he was supplied, uion, llcalherslraw, 'llarlcr ictlcr from Ifce Iowa "solicitor whole pi tlic delinquent taxes ivoiild have to he paid. Tiiis th? sys- tem in vogue ici administering and distributing the irrigation .'water. Councillor Matkin asked Mr. Kull- wuod il he liad ever intimated to the council that he ivishrd.tlre water. Ths stated In-reply lliat Uiree ?go wtilttn the bod) the water, Wling them absolutely rctused to .pis' 'he swearing, or practices. Councillor MatSin thought the pro- vir.cial law was sufficient in that re- gard, hut Councillor llarter express- ed the opinion that it uas a wise provision and would only reinforce the provincial statutes. A Ions, fruitless discussion ensued, and it- was at length decided to hold it .over until cost meeting, when (he solicitor will be present to explain various clauses explicitly. ed that the coal dealers and butchers were still delinquent. Councillor ,1 nib aptly that 'they im Jraseii" present.' Mayor pay at against unavoidably absent, and Coua-; that il'J didn't i-iiloi- Marker, was. elected to the; i-hair, and later voted into Hie Jlr ui deputy mayor lor the rcmamdejyif. lhc year. Th'e council'Wspiain- Aller the rbsdirig of the minutes in tl.c'last.'livfsfliigi old" 'Matkiri felt r J yfj. ''should paid in coal and meat; cook the meat, man's'meat on the coal man's coal, atd bauiuet the rolitlut; coundllora. (Hear, hear.) Mr. Ostlund advised the council to give the gentlemen twenty-four hours to jjfcy, and if they dlil not do so, in- stitute proceedings against them. "TUey evidently defying tbe town bylaw, and drastic action should b? lie said; -The Secretary' 'read the regular quarterly financial statement, reveal- ing the fact that Haymond was still on 'a basis, with lier credit good.-. The "payroll for tr.? month of IJciqberi amounting to 12.171'. was or- dered paid. exception L-xf-lainins Ihq ifositicn of and jjjave irliich 1: UuoOii Ihe ..tax. He stated ftiat he .had .paid j' chair the-prolesianls the tnx for fe-given since -that time because lie possible cons'lderatfoii hy t'te never used the water, neither for jvhich they thanked him: the opl'ortunityjQf .using it, as the wn" consfruHc'iI" IKehf a ditch to carry the-water :to their land. The gentlcnirn asked" lhc cbua- if they would.be willing to pay Business Men Must Pay-tax or be Bailed to the.. Court for saniefhing they had never receiv- ed. All they wanted was fair play. .They were willing ler pay for the tcr it the wiiuld prpvido the means whereby'they could'olifcain f-LlVK-ISSUE-: The Hagrath pool cass is like a cat Semal times in Xhe past lyro years it has consigned-to nbliviun, to forth again with renewed life multiplied complexities, A ml'the been consignci and mu two hours of, soliJ :.new -framed by- If. .as Yfipjronii set- Cniircillor Jensen thought t tlenieut. as he topic lias they had sonic grounds for" cninplaini, jgrqisn an old tr.HjndvOtiy.t1ae but said that it was no fault of e to. tbe irrigation rompany The bylaV was given 11s .firBt'read-; water is my opin- ing, discussed, :and li.n that the only thing'to do is to'.one point which the 'council .is 'rather Lembridge fnr tlio li'.iild a ditch early' next spring to carry the water to.these gcn'.bmen's concluded I'oimcitior Jensen. Councillor Ilarker concurred, add- ing that if they refused to pay the. tax, they would forfeit tho water right, and if they wished the benefit ol it any time in the the dubious about. Tl is the section deal- ing with the proper control of pool halis, and provides that1 the. operator shall, 'when maVing application for a license, give a bond to the extsnl o! flC'O, backed hytwo reliable 'ties, thai he-will conduct a cltan, orderly house, prohibiting all ganib- FELL FROM A HAY LOFT Suffered Tortures With His Kidneys Until He tried Gin Pills You might think tbat Jlr. BaVer needed a surgeon more than GIN Tint thrre were uo boats broken. UJ9 back was strkined, which was birder to cars because nothing teemed to do any good, It is tlit wilti a sprained nkle a cid broke n leg. You can f el ths f ticture it will well iu we eis bat the sprain ciay take months to get Trelt. However, Mr. Hater found the quick wayto get iclicf from tbt trc his07711 Auimn.iv, OXTf.. "I lure a great .from Kidney Tto'jblcficm an injury lo my back caused by falHhg (row t loft about' ago. -This left weak, 90 that every cold cot wo-jlrl ftett'e Sn wj kldnftys bavlse euflcrtnp. I wu advIseJ to PIL1A. J found, to my aurpritt', after taking i two bozea, that were relieved and I began to feel better. I ani Hill taking OtK PILL5 and fed Bure i will be cdnipletcly cured. I recommend GlK who suffer f rota any Kidney C. YOU Eec.tue fall Mrnined the kidnejj aod llity were affected b? sllehtest chill. GIN Immcdi- ately sirengtlreaed the any irriUlbti if.tl.lhu-iefiibkd the kidneys to overcome the effects of tbe falK If you are iu tli-h3te..concoruiDg Ihe payment ot cer: tnui'couputis on lhc original municipal loan. The Bank of Montreal asked for rebate of for legal opinion Secured by the lianh in connection the borrowing of trxmey'.under ific lo-.sii bylaws. The conimurrica- wdc sent lo the proper com- mittees for investigation. T. O. Kins, chairman of the School IJoarfl, addressed the thor- oughly explaining the fluancIar.Btatus of the lie said the nonrd was obligated to tbe bank lo the extent of dererrert debentures and loans, and that half of that am- ounl was past due, and should bo in> rnedlalelv1 paid. The Jloarrl had no available means, of meeting the.fu.- debtidness, and -they ed'to live up to their promties, so thoy appealed to "the Mr. King .pointed, out lhat the Board had some money still due from the town, and added, .that If-they could appro- prial? J5000 to" be raid this month, he believed the School Hoard could ide through tha storm. The created conetderable debate, but was finally as- urcd ty -Mayor Kvaiia lhal cil would grant 'them on the Oth oi-iic month, and another on Ihe 20th. ,Mr. King also protested against the1 ivale: rate for the Central school. Ho felt "that'll was an exorbitant tax, pealing for a ciiL Tho mailer was referred to the FJre, Wa- ter and-Light commlllec. At this juncture Mayor Kvans nsJtetl lo be .excused. request waa granted, and Councillor O'Hrien, oh mollon of, Powellson anrl Meets, was elected deputy-may or for tho quarter ending December 31: -Mr. O'Brien thereupon took, tho rhalr, nn'l IniFlnoss proceeded In regular order. Councillor I-amb, chairman of Fire, Waler and IJght commillee, re- ported thai the ftuperiiisor, N, Sfcou- had ehovTn thn coniinlitrin tho work done at the pitrap house, and ev; erylhuig was found to he In excellent shape and ready (or lha 'Winter hionths, A neal._ warin had been built for LhYenglneef. this work being mudi as tfad old houea unfit .for habitation during cold weather, Tho report was accept- ed and ordered filed. Constable SfcoiiBon, chief of police, In answer a fjucry froui CounclUor I each cr 'month. snap in city. in iliis locality' Ave. -PHONE 1744 Berthing Open Dank or Montreal. November 10 Is Ihe regular1 paydaj-, when about will be cheqikd .out to the munlcfpal employees. The question of a uniform for tbe police was cext taten up, and It was decided to grant the chUf for that purnoae- Mr. Ostlund reminded the council the.' approaching election. He would draft a bylaw immediately, ap- pointing a returning .officer, and also advised'lhc secretary to adver- tise tbe annual ratepayers' meeting for tbe "last Monday In November, at lcb time, he abouti hive all.reports ard audits ready to be aubmUtetl to citizens. This cleared the table and the ccun-.ii adjounied. A LIVE INSTITUTE Xov. the local branch of the. Woraeu'a Institute Is a very live body IB evidenced In the many commendable movements which inaugurated, chief among the very ambitious plan to seal tbe auditorium o[ the.Central school. The Institute is now working on the scheme, and there Is every in- dication tlrat'K- will be brought to a meeting of the InsUlule wtil be held on November 12, at p.m. In thft'Second Ward meeting'liouse. The hpur of.iceeting has been placed at-four, .-so .as -to' allow the school teachers to. attend. Besides literary and .by local talent, two. aylendld. addresses will given, one' by MUs Spencar. on 'The Kin- dergarten WortOn RtlatlOTi to thi Miss "N. U Cook, Leth- bridge, on ''Nervous An iayitatlon is warmly .extended to "all women ol the .community .to at- tend.' 0. If. Hunt, a farmer froiii Minol. North DaXota; visited One-Four last week on a land search. He came in from the east and on reaching our township was favorably Impressed by the grass on the Alter looking over several .tracts Mr. Eluni passed on to Warner "where he a friend, Lut expects to 'return this way later. Mr. ami Mis. JL E, enter- tained their friends w'lii'a'Th'anliEjiv- ing dinner on Monday.. An 8-pound turkey, raised in One-Four, was dis- posed of, and some ofher'good things, much lo the satisfaction.of. man. -Milton L. Duncaa returned from Vulcan on Wednesday-and will com mencc work on his new house. WILLOW RIVER (NTER10R BHlTfBH COLUMBIA'S future MANUFACTURING and.COM- MBRCIAL CapMal, offers nnrlvillw) ortunllles for money miklnt IN- opportunities for money making IX- VBSTMBNTS, HUSIN'ESS, ind HOMES. Located oa- the FRASER and WILLOW RIVERS, OR AND TRUNK PACIFIC, PACIFIC ANU HUDSON BAT and other rallrotds in the centre of a LARGE, ItlCH FARM- ING AND TIMBER DISTRICT, the natural supply point for .WON- DERFUL PBACB RIVRR COUNTRY, and the RICH CARIBOO MINING DISTRICT, inlurcB the' of WIL- LOW RIVER. Write now, tolly, for free maps, plats..etc. r PACIFIC LAND TOWNSHIPS CO. LIMITED. 302 Rlchardc Street, Vancouver, B, C, Aglnti The government steamer Acadii is on way to for tne new isl- aad .reported. oR-Sable. Islandj.-. An Immense Bargain in Two Sections of Land are numbered and situated a3 Sec- lion W 4th ii stluated S miles south ot'Brocket, on Craw's Neat branch ot the C. P. H and 12 miles souUiMSt o( -Pincher Cteek and cooljiins acrca. There is on. this section a dwelling house, a good well water, two'liarns and seven grftnariea that hold about 1200 .tmstiels each' and one double granary, holds about tuchels. -The. .improvements on this section cost be- tween ten and-eleven dollars per acre. .This section is within leas than one mile of the. station that is layed out on tlie grade ol the 'Canadian Northern Railway. The grading on'the-said railway Is now com pie section 5." -Section 5 Is leased until December- Si, 1914. I get one-lhl'ra ol all the crop-i raited .on this section, de- livered at tne railway station free of any expense And, of course, the purchaser of this land vroulJ get one-third rent alter 1913. Halifax lake-Is. on the said section 5. The other tract of land Is Section 33, Township 5, Hange 28, W 4lh Meridian. SectloTi 33 corners wllh Section 5 and contains ,Kvery acre on Ihis section haa been put culticfltion. The C. N. K. has built a grade across this section and land Is ono and one-half miles of the station that is laW out. The lease eiplrt's at the of tho year 1913 on the said section 33, KO that the purclmMr of this land will at liberty to farm It neit year. There (s one' barn and or 14 granaries on Section 33 lliat will hold about 1230 hushels cacti. All Ihe land on both sections Is under cultivation, except1 about 10 acres reserved on Secllon 5 for grazing. All the land on both nccllona (including 10 acres reserved for grazing) Is In splendid wheat land Of1, timothy land. During Ihli summer ot 1910, iir, Gordon lloncyman, who was then farming Sec- tion 5 offered rhc in crop laments for it, and during the summer of 1910 Jlr. Henry Allan ol FishhurnT. O., Alta, offered mo 530.00 per "re on crop payments for Section 33. I refused each of these offers because 1 expected tha price of land In that neigh- borhood to so atill hlger. I am now offering (o sacrifice these two 'secions for J12.00 per acre cash. There Is a rportgage of JS.OOO on them that will be due December 1, 1915, nnd'of course when mortgage IB due', anolher one can be gotten Instead of It, for either 5 or ten years lime, BO that any party or parties desiring to pur- chase these two suctions can do to by paying rao 16S34 and tho pur- chaser to tako over the said mortgage, liut it the purchaser of ihb land prefers to. pay off the mortgage on said when tho sale is made, It can to done. The soil of these two sections In a loam with a clay subsoil. It cost J5 per acre to break the sod. Tbe sections lay beau- tifully. A steam plow rig can easily go'brer .all parls of them. Some of the raw land Irt this neighborhood which did not have one dollar of improvements on it, and which was precisely, tho'same grade of soil an this land, has sold for morn than double tho price thai I am 'asking for these tv.o Improved sections. 1.desire.lo sell Uiesc two sections at the same time. Whon one considers tSo duality of toll, the Improvements on.them and their being tight by .Ido new (own- site on tho C. N.'R. grade, tlie price thai 1 am uklng fof this Itdd seenia almost like giving It away. 1 am salllfled that this is the greatest bargain in lanrf to be found anywhere In'SoutUem Alberta. Gntr guou crop ui-'tlieia set'lions ui or. timothy .will for the land. Address.' IMPORTANT TO LAND. SEEKEBS, FARMERS, SPECULATORS VALUABLE FARM PROPEFITY AT PUBLIC AUCTION On Tuesday, November..-11' At Three O'clock-In the ifterncon at the -office .of the Auctioneer Sixth South, Lrthbrldje FRANK WADDINGTOM Is favored" with, instructions to offer for sale by auction and subject to the remarkably, low upset of he X. .W. U'-of. Section 30. Township 9, Range 13, ot _ ourih Jferidlati-'" The land U [nun Ihe trow-'-1' Th tlio Fo ing town of and half way aild. Medicine Hat on tha Crow's Nest branch of UiB C. P. R! The soi.l is a rich chocolate- ioami and Uio entire quarter'has plowed and is -A granary- IS x 32, good ahack aurf >re included' In'tbe purcliase. There are two ichool hon'aes within' 114 two elevi- heing only 3H' miles away, it will readily be seen thai hav- -In! such access to elevators, town, schools and It ..presents an_ propOBiUon to ''a fa'rmer1 an4' Is one that should 'appeal to anyone vrho ii of 'scciirlog' llonal antp-in farm lands. It might- further bo that land in thic dittric.t, "irhich is for food. crop average, is freely sold for prices ranging from }25 to W per acre. Tie 'parcoaser .would-be required to .'pay odfrfiftti in cash at the time; of the sale, aiid to assume a mortgage. u> Ihe Imixrial' Lifo- Co., of and the' balance- oa terms lo suit Any further Information, and arrknfeueiits to view DM application tp THE 'AUCTIONEER, SL, L.thbriij.. 14K and 4l9. UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE OF FARM STOCK .AND IMPLEMENTS V. AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP- On Wednesday, November 19th Sale to be 'on the Ssuth-Eatt quarter of Section 32, Townihlp 10, Rangt 22; mlln- from Noble nation, 7 mlltj frem Djtmend City 8 milea Kipp and in one of. the beat centrea of farm belt, All mans bred to the horn. HORSES 1 Pair Jlatched Bay Geldlogs, 7 years tbs. 1 lirown Oeldlng.'o yeara'oW, 1 Sorrel Jlare, 7 years oM, 1200 Ibs. 1 Brown Mare, 7 years old, 1200 Ibs. .1 ftlact Crtldlng 4 years" old, 1200 Ibs. 1 Sorrel years" old, .1200 Ihs. 1 Grade Perclieron Horse colt, 1200 Ibs. 1 Blue 3 years old, 1200 1 BlacX tirade Ptrcheron SUlllon, rising two years old.. 1 Roan riling 2 years oM. 1 OeldJng, 7 years' old, loOO Ibs. 1 Klack years ohl 'IMPLEMENTS 1 Bain Waggon, on, 3U I I New iraggon, in Inch. ich. Weber Waggon, 3J4 Inch. water tank and pump all plete." I Double Democrat bujfiy. 1 single buggy, pole" and shafts. 1 Hassey-Harrla.Binder, 8 ft eut 1 Deerlng Mower nearly new, 6 foot cut, 1 Horse Hake, 12 foot; 1 Drill, 16 disc. 1 Imperial Gang Flow 1 New Ideal Sulky Plow. 1 Massey-Harris Walking Flow w. j F. D, 1, 3TITHTON, KtKTUCKY U. S. I 'John Deefe Sulky Plow, 18-in. bottoms. 1 set of 3-Secllon Iron pearly new, "with-truck. 1 Saddle double sett- of tearri harneas. set Double Light Harness. 1 Single set .of hariieti. cowa, 1 heifer rising two yeiLfs.otd; all good grades brood duo to litter about Nov. 10th. CO chickens, 5 10.0 pigeons, 50 torkeys. Also shovels, spmtes tai other articles too numerous lo mention. stims of UO and unier over Ihis amount Tyelvt.monihs furnishing approved Jolll. .with Intereel at S pec cent on all credit amounts or S cent cash.: r'ARM FOB acres all hroke and under cultivation. Terms 10% iown and bafince in thirty dara. Mortgage (o be assumed. yvHiTEi Newum J, A, SMITH ;