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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta October 2. THE umrmuDGK DAILY IIKHAT.D Page 3 Many Shrewd Outside Investors Are Buying Lethbridge Property M1TFORD CO. INVESTMENTS Some of the particular features of DOMINION SQUARE are- Hio-lii y-l'ooi Boulevard: ClusuT Light will) (Vmrril Ml rnnccs. jjiiikling rostricliou. Xo blind si.rceis. Adjoining Adams Park and hrailh school. 1 niniedinU.1 street ear fionnect ions. Fruit Lands Mixed Farming Lands FOR SALE Oo'ldstreain listale at Ve.rnon, .British (Jolumbia.in beautiful Okaniagan Valley, y acre tracts and upwurils improved, a LI cleared lands with and do- niest iw. each ranch, sonic planted with imc, I wo. llhrce and four year old trees. The land, is miles A'onion, and (J. I'. N. .11. new line g'oes llirong'li pifiperty.. Good markets. A perl'cct climate and easy tenn.s. Jl'oj1 .tii.irtS.icr ini'orination sec special agents. GILLIS McDONALD, Lethbridge Hotel Gillis McDonald, P. O. Box 541 Lethbridge, Alberta Please me-free booklet of the ColdsLreitm Kstiitc's fruit ami at Vernon, B. C. Cheapest and Best Buy in the City Five Lois fueling north, on Seventh Avenue .Soiilli, on sewer and water; near Fifteenth Street youth; short time Freeman MacLeod Co0 Dominion Biodv Phone J2I2 I Have a Customer For leu llioiisiind to I thousand (icrps, sl.Piiin plow land en bloc. Jlnst lie first -class stuff. Wlic IT can I get O. T. LATHROP Stafford Block Farms Loam 0. D. Austin BOX 27 Lnconiltc Alta. Think This Over 1-2 feet hy UT, cornfr of Ifith Street and 7th Avemm North, facing east. Price cash, balance per month. North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE I3t SPECIAL OFFE Lots i and '2. Block Til. splendid corner. of) x feel. h A vo. and 2nd Si. Souih at hxelusive sale hy R. V. GIBBON CO. Balmoral Block 5th Street South Worth Considering 4 roomed house, plasiered. in irood shape. I fnll.lois. I'riee -Sil'UO. terms I cash. 4-8 nios. LOTS St'NXVSIDIi I'rirc eaell. terms -SL'O cash on each and -SIa pi.'i' iiiiinl h. T, H. Johnson Block Phone 1327 Lethbridge COUNCIL CONSIDERED THE lAWYER'SFEE TOO BIG Aid, Bowman Favors Paying Chief Gillespic's Bill Staffordville Wants Cheaper Water Ornamental Street Lights Tho solid lirirk. fully mutlrni six room roi- Xo. {St. S.. Is for rind no n'iisujiaMc til'lVr will refused. The lot lias feel froul.i.uv fficc's east. THEIR GOLDEN WEDDING DAY Qm'lit'r, Oct. A. U. HiuM Heart ;i special u U was thought Mini wiili tin? dim- cutty in tindiny a new chief 01' police, and the troubles being experienced by the city council on account of finan- cial emitters. UK; polfc.f investigation bud jusl about boon buried unless the lute head of the force decided to take action agninst the city to recover dam- ages. Uity Solicitor Hall's report to tho council yesterday afternocii advis- ing that the city had no legal sibility for the expenses incurred by ex-Chief CJiliespie during the invefi- tiyution, was generally nndcrstood to be the ringing down ol1 the curtain on that episode which has furnished food for public discussion for ihe past two months. But it seems that ii is to be not so. Towards the end of yesterday's coun- cil meeting the solicitor's report, came til) for discussion, and for fifteen min- utes it was discussed pro and con without any decision being arrived fat. Aid. Bowman Objects Aid. Bowman was the one 10 open it. Me said that while he believed that the city was under no legal ob- ligation to pay account submit- ted by ihe chief, still bo believed thai there was a moral right, which the i city should not overlook, lie was only j voicing his own personal feelings tu the matter, but would like it fully discussed before action was taken. Mayor Hatch spoke up and said that as Aid. Bowman was not here while investigation was on, he was prob- ably not so well acquainted with the particulars as those who had been through it. He thought Hie bill was high in any case. Difference of Opinion Aid. Williamson said, they might have considered paying the bill hat! ilie chief been exonerated by the in- resiigatioii. But nndor the, circum- I stances he did not sec that they could i do other than abide by ihe advice of i ihe city solicitor. j differe'd1 with this ex- 1 pression of opinion. He believed that j Chief Ciilicsjfle had been exonerated in tho main, and 'while, they had dis- missed him from the force, st.il! he thought that the moral obligation un- der which they rested could not. be overlooked. Then they'liepnn 10 discuss lawyer's fees. All thought thai for a lav- 1 yer in a case of that kind was too much. .Mayor Hatch described "six hundred dollars' worth of lawyer" as an extravagance. Aid. Bowman ad- I milted it. The city solicitor was ask- j ed what he thought about it. He said nothing. Referred to Committee Thou it. was decided thai it would j be belter to give the matter a HtUc j more thought before coming to a linai decision EO the whole question was referred to the police committee to report. Thev will consider it. when they meet again afier hearing from the prospective chief. 'The Board of Trade submitted a detailed statement of their expense in con nee lien with the visit of the Duke of C'onnaii.uht and party and I aslwd for After some ;iiscus- i sion the city decided that they would pay bills to this aninmu if certified bi the board. I Industrial Sites Again j Aid. Aird said lie had noticed that j the Hoard of Trade were not satis- 1 fled with -lie action laken in connoc- t tion with industrial sites at the j meet ing on Sept. -I. He now under- stood Unit (he wanted tlic sitt-'s handled in such a manner that they I might be given to prospective indiiP- j tries if thongbr Ho wanted to know what the thought about jil. j .Mayor Ilalrii explained that the j board ditYerc-d wiili council in ihpir recent action to sell the imius- i rial properly ;u sri'io per acr-v bc- i cause Ihe iioani iitni some UiiU: ago! entered into a provisional figreeiimnl j with ihe council v.h.-reby the board i would bo given site, as iieodod. j hy rho cmiiiril llial it would be taken in tbo natinv of an additional it rani from tin; tunix'ii. It's According to Bylaw Tin: abjection ;n (his however was puiim-d out when the original bylaw under which tins money for purchasin.; the silori iTfcrr-'d to and ii W.-IK found that they were lo be sold lo i tide imliisirifs ai ilio actual mf In1 did not sic lhai rouhi go i'ur-j ihcr in I ho maun- Hum they had. j There will likely be a ol Ihe finance of the ctiur.; il Water Dear in Stafford Every lime the Staffordville house wife Jills the ketile to make tea six pays one-quarter of a cent for the water used. But It costs the village one-half