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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta The City Courc I. account separate from tho scwcr ac-coUirt. The auditor will be paquestod to as9l�t hJiti If you purohajse ^ Kootenay without the resdrvbtr aiid decide later tha.t the reservoir is a real nedessity, why^ Just order it and attach it yourself. Its easily done: Me rely r^ove the scirewi^. and take off the plate marked "BBMOVB FOR RBSBR-VOIR" (see top illustration), which provides ah bpeningr for the hot air to come throuerii and circulate under the reservoir. Then attach means screws, cd imul: McKcnno & Hoy .............. Southern Alljci'ta News ...... Conybeartt & Jonos ............. A. U. & i. do. .............. Central Hardware Co. ......... Adams T.,uitiliii*r Co.|^........... Uojirers-Cunningham Lumber-Co. (contract)............... do......................... I.ot.h. Electric Co. Light ...... \'el.son & Frascr.................. A. R..&,;i. Coy................... reservoir and the flue box shown in lower illustration. A screwdriver is the only �ol require VOHABLE TERM^ Draft.* >olil ^"allAbu^ .It all jitiliin In U-iiieif Stjteji, Kuroptf ami Canada � I merest"Bllo-wecl on deposits nl current rat�9 LetHbridge BrancK - R. r. RE-EVE Mftn�eer .Thefoffular m^^utiruyr of the City Council was hold on Modday. evcnihrf 'Vhbsc prdskipnt wereAfayor Oalbralth, Aldermen"'Oliver, Watson, and Cun-hinirham. 'Thf SeJrntnty of the- Hoard of Health wrote saying that the Hoard hnd been ortrnni/ed and siiKRuistinii that all matters relating to health he handed over to tl�o Hoanl and that the oi'ty i)iiy bills accrued therewith. The council, Hgrcmd to tho sujrffcstion of the Board. C. F''. P. Conylxjaro, president of the Uonrd of Trada asked i-jr a grnnt of from the Council to assist in pnyini^ the Board's .^x,>.!nRe cs)iecially in sulur.v. Tlif sccr!i'.'i.l>ers of tho Hoard proviousl.y i'lirrkn tliis insurance. It, would cost the liiy fl4..'iO for each of ninjlojin iiieniter.s. The Southern Allierta Naws wote cxpla;lnin5� why ithe' Industrial I^s.h-bridgu had been so lonR lelnyi-l. A motion statilig that the city .^"u small interest in tho 'irm ouciriird. City Solicitor Conybeare adviseil the Council that the revision of the city statutes had been comp'.oted except Xo. .11, that was mi.s.'^ing. A statR'ment reiiSardinfr the amount necessary to buy out the waterworks line to the residence of C. F. V. Co-Jiylxjure was mode but was inconi-plett!. The statement showed that tho initial co.st vas S636.93 and that the charffcs against' it on contra account, water rates, and lawn rates, chargeable to ^fr. Conybeare, to last January wor? SlSoTso. The' returns from other consumers along the line will be added to the statement to pft- Win. Taylor, cartage ......... sat the initial cost. The matter was' Nelson & Frasor ............... left o%er for further consideration. |Herald Print Co. stationery The A. tt. & I. Co. wrote saying'W'^t.^Statr'y. Co. stationery By-Law No..... . ., . 1.. I A Bylaw to provide for the botrow- Ihe followin? accounts were order-1 ^^^^ ^ ^^^^^^ i i! five hundred (13,500)' dollars uporf ji-^Uha credit of tho City'of LethbrWge; '/Whereas the city has recently Incurred expenses in and about the erection of an isolation hospital artd certain Cre apparatus, tho acquiring of property and erecting buildings thereon for a mntc'riui yard and for constructing and improving a rond within the City limits from the City toward the Hclly.Kiver Bridge aiid It Is found necessary to issue dcben. 11.631 8.0D 1.8b 77.1.5 ,3.03 ; $1109,30i Also renewal premium on Firvs Hall Insuranoe.' When the council was considering the account* a good deal of atlvcrsa critlcisin' of the way the iSlectric Co. was giving the city lights. Several of the rtpoet , laniiis have not besn lighted i-agulpirly and seveml wpre spoken of as'being useless. The coun cil considered that tho city power � servjoa and' hou.=a service for the cit/izens. w"" '^"t' ^^^'^ the �trei>t service was very poor Aid. Watson who hatl a strong Korth AVard grievance, drew up a re-1 solution notif.ving the company of thi3 stat!o of affairs. Tlie following accounts vijre ptc-schtcd for 'payment; J. K. Knauf, biiiJding man- holes...... ............'........ E. Adams, lumlx-r ...... Chapman Val^'o Mfg. Co. Gixsit Falls Iron Works ...... IJentley Co. cement ............ Wesitcrn, Warehouse;' & Transfer Co............................... Northwest Jobbin mi�i.slon'c6........... Can. (Jen. Blectric Co. Ix'thbridge Iron Works A. L. Keyfls ............. & Coni- that if the city 'could not agree with the previous proposal regarding Baroness Road that they would rather not interfere witli tho present conditions. The letter was neceived and laid over until next ineuting. On motion of Aid. Oliver the C. D. Bowman Agiency was asked to pro-itctt the city's intere.-^ts in lie '>-conimsndlng the payment of $'2720 to tho Canning-Bryan (?t>n.s!..�� mi r t.w;nty yc.i rs i-wrvioc appliwl for a po till ion .on, th;! city poMco forro. Oliigf (if Voice I'lirry ndvi.wd the couni-Jl that Coiistiihio Ij. Siliiicor h.Ttl n'.'i'Rmjrl his poiiiLion and is now a brakoin;ui oji the (J.P.U, C'lii.'"f or Firo I'.rliiiido Fowler drew tlin at^t-'-n'Mon oi I'n'."! council to the. fact thul no provision bad been made for fiiv -'.cuif^s on tlw Dal Ins riolt:',, Wliitiu'y I'.ltick iin'l .Soiithanl Block, nil lhr;: wihiII.-.i 100.0>) 1 ?,rt 13.73 J.� :'.3 143 tr, 'I oO .SO 107.51 177 iU _� .2o Sowthern Alljerta Xl-ws for ad in .;.industrial IjS'thbridge W. Oliver expense to Hat ... C. M. Arnold '� ...... E. A. Ctinliingham ' Southern Alberto Ne-.vi, pviwt irg by-laws ................. McKenzic & Roy ...... ......... �Lotbridgo Oarage C j ......... Rogors-Cujfningha n r'.�. t:n. ("centml)-....... 'Adding- 'LHniter"''Co. A. L. Kcyes .......... . , ..... J. D. Hifiinbotham .t Co. ... Western Warehouse . nb.sunt .>r .'.hmu-Wme, Aid. Cunningliam vie. �i\>.iU'X.-. cd UGtiii�' Mnyor diirinK their uhsunc. OOtober 81 st being Thanksgiving Day, the tiine for paying taxes to ex�ti the discount was estcndeil to Nov 123.90 40.41 89-90 3.35 13.00 . ^ 3 turos for defraying the costs thereof. And whereas it is estimated thot thu.amoiint necessary for(iheetlhgilia-biliticA already incurred in conncc-tion with -Bufh works and for the completion thereof will amoutit to the sum of Thirteen Thousand Five Hundred Dollars being tiie amount of the debt intended to be created by this by-law shall be , secured by the .iMus of debentures spread over a period of twenty years, banring interest at the rate of five per cent, per annum, payable annually. ' -Jy- � . And whereas the amount o( aaseea-able property in the City, aeeordiiig to the Inst revised aaaoMiBent rofl-is $3,374,445. And Whereas the amount Of the existing delieniure itabt, of the City Is 1103,130.00^ of which none of the principal or intensst is in arrears. ^ Therefore-the Mayor and Council of the City of Lethbridge enact as follows: 1. This bylaw shall take effect on the flrst day of November, A.D. 1907 a. The Uayor eiid Council of . the City may borrow on the credit of the | City the sum of Thirteen Thousiind 'Five Iluitdred Dollars and may issue debentures of tlie City to that amount, in sunis of n~ut less than One Hundred Dollars each, so that tho number issued shall not In all exceed Thirteen Thousand Five Hundred Dol' lard, repaj'able within twenty years � from the date on which this by-law {takes efTect, with interest et tho rate ' of five per cent, per annum, payable annually in such manner that each delienturcs. 4. The votes of the burgcesca for or against this by-law shall be tal(-en at the Council Chamber on the 28th day of October. A.D. 1907. be-shall be charged and levied against all rateable property within the City sufncieiit to produce the amount required for the purpose of payment of principal and interest on the above Instalment of interest and principal shall be as nearly as possible equal in each year of the period durlqg which the debentures are to run. 3. During the twenty years n^xt auececdlng the date of this by-law coming into effect, an annual rata tween the hours of nine e'clock In the forenoon and five o^clock in the aftertioon. 6. Thetwenty-flrst day of October; A.D. .;1007,. at the hour of 8.30 in the afternoon in the Council, Chani- HE HIDDEN l>ARTS of,a''^rliP make it or M';':.ara,�fiEhf, jmj||MiB|l '' miiterial^iiriiicplpjil :� -Ipse it�;.hape,,.tyiefah,|,^i�|�ritta^ � 4 Semi-ready Coati are tailofed: byexp�ftli^'^^ everything,used is; of/^,tested, proyea/l|u||^j^ The silic thread used thrctughout c�Mtt tniceV�;;i^|i|b,ai^Jp the ready-made clothiers use, and the '  ''^^ canvas linings are of the finest Irish'- � .^'?,^^*M'i'%Sl vieavu. - We pay more for materialiit; and )at.fwetTsdebsclc;ybprnKM^^ .em 1 -ready lailoi^mg,.fetil 'ft' A. SOUTHARD, - LethblTdil 91.25 7.00 20(1.00 27.93 50.23 p.90 3.03 585.80 82.80 .31.60 30.24 1.20 14.50 - -- --^ I . r ; ~ '-w-i fjf-u Real Estate Farm Lsrtd^s^' Good Solid Investments. Raw and Improved Lands For Sale. Pincher City Lots from $65 to %A60f Dobbie's Sub-Division adjoining Depot, from For plans and informa'tionapply to GLENDOWER ALLEN Land Office Pincher Station, Altai �mm m \ And AVhereas the amount of assessable property in the'dity according to the last revised assessment roll is' $3,374,445. ^nd Whereas the amount'of the ex-is'tihg debenture debt of the City is 9103,120.00 of which none of the principal or interest is in arrears. , Therefore the Mayor and Council Of the City of Lethbridge enact aaj[|>l> ,pwa.*- 1. This b.v-law shall take effect on the ilrst dny of Npyember. A.D. lOQ? 2. The Mayor and Council of the City may borrow on the credit erf tlte City the sum of Twelve Thour sand (12,000) Duliars and may lasuu debentures of the City to that aU' ount in sums of not less than One Hundred Dollars eucli so that the bcr in the City is hereby flxfed as the . ; time and place tor the appointment number slinll not in alt exceed Twelve '' of persons to attefnd at tha polling 'ionoA\ iifiiinn mnnvabl.* place nnd nt tha fimil summing up of votes by tlie Socretnry Treasurer on behnlt' of tiie persons resixjctivcly interested in promoting or opposing the- passing of the Ijy-liiw. ' C. The Sucrtdnry on the 29tli day of October. A.D. !cquiil (n eacli yenr of tlvo tioB thereof In !the"84lthera: ta News" and the VI�th6ri�lfli: aid" and that the vutee of tM gessos will be taltea npmi �� posed by-law on the 98tli dar%^ tober. A.D. 1907, betWM^ tka' of Nine O'clock in the foraaooi Five O'clock in the afteraoim at;. Council Chamber in theyCity'of^Li ' Geo. W.; Rob'--- Thousand (12,000) Dpllttrs ropnyabic within forty years from the dute on whith this by-law takes clliict, with interest at the rata of five (3)v per cent, per annum "pnyablo anmially in suili a mnnncr that each. JnMall Trensurcr shnll' nicnt sjiall bo c.s nctirly n� posslldo (n each yenr of the period dur-1907, at |he Council Ohaniljer in thc'lnf? which tlic ronJi>t nnfl sur- f ' IP YOU WISH TO isuy [..WINTER WHEAT LANDS.. ! -CONSULT- �> HATCH &, qO0NS , The choicest lands in^^ll pafts pf the LetbbriJge'^District.'' ^HATCH & COONS. Oliver Block, Lethbridge will The W. C. T. U. THE KTNG:S REBUKE OF VULr GAUITY King Edward during his annual visit to the famous Austrian baths at Maricnbnd, minglos to a large* extent with tho people of the place and lives much thft life there of the ordino'ry visitor. This lack of oeraraonial led to an nctioii ori.the.part of thbvking which has cau^d much remark in tho U8cmehi^ ' � T. .J. hnd not l.o-n |iro\ idarf. H� iioinUnl out also that tho doors of tlw Bijou 'rhcatrc were not opened inwards^ ron'ulatioii aijis and posi'Lioii. The prnpriptors of the buildings h>-� infornicrd that tlU3 Pira �'hief con�!d?rs thrir buildings unsafe and rc^qucwting them to remedy tin ton-ditions in accordance, with tha Oliieis direction. t Aid. Ciinniugbanl made a itpoi t of thc! convetrtion of Albv^rta \. uluis in which ho spo'vo of the tiirk done there paying particular 8tt�n'-I'ion to thc action of ihn convention! prisintr ivliof which this rainvjdy ini-madiak�'y brinfts is" entii'cly due to built ritj-ht. bointr its rcs'torative action upon the lion-nd not beinsr of trolling nerves of the stomach, etc. Sold by all dealers. DANCjlNG SCHOOL Will be opened Monday Evening, Oct. 21st, 1907 in the K. of P. Hall This class will bo conducted on thc Canadian, _ . H he conductwl Hocial' dancing from 9.ao to 11. Ball room oli-iquetto taught and strictly used The woman whose einglng bad giy- regarding the bbnusing of indu^trias bc�t and latest im-thoils. Canni en offtiuob was,tried and lined twelve ^nd the disposition of Sowagei. The Nww Yorl taught; cs of mnusbment, It would ,be intt-r,- ong Westminister Road to Iledpoith 1. Throe Slide Schottishe. estirig to know whcrther, if the King be reconsidered, and asking that it '2. Waltz. King had not" been prasont, or hud ,built along. Baroness Road urging 3. Ripple, not thus protested, the men who that the numhor of people wishing' 4. Duchosso. 1 NOTTOE is her(?li,v- S'iven that tho above is a true copy of a, propo.iod by-law which has been introduced land v'hich may be finally passed by i the Council (in the event of the consent of the burgesses being obtained thereto) after one month from the actfi day of .September,. A.D.'^907, beiag tho date of the first publication, thereof In the "Sputhorn Alberta News" and the "l.�thbridge Ucrr aid" and that the votes of tlie burgesses will lie taken upon the propos ed by-law cn tho SS th day of October, A.D. 1007, totween the hours of oins o'clock in the forenoon .and five o'clock in the afternoon at the Council Chamber in the^ City of Xeth-brJdge. . George W. I^lobtnson, 36-;9 10 Secretary rTreoaurer -- would have city. One evening the KSrig entered were willing to follow a cafe chantnnt, and sat for a time listening to the riiusical programme always supplied in these places. De- been brave his example ,tho change would justify the Council H. Two �tcp. enough to, in making the extra expenjlitnro. Aid 0. Pan Americon. 7. College Five Step Schott'i.she. > Watson, speaking as tho represonta- 8. Caprice Ccrnmn. .......... -.--------- ---------- . ,.. I " real coffee distnrbs your stpm- tive of tho North Ward spoke strong- side tho members of the King's suite jach, your heant or kldnays, then try \y in favor of putting tho sidewalk *9. Two Stop .Society, there wero present invthe cafe a large this clover colleo limitation-Dr. where the ijeople wante�l it. Mayor 10. Collotre One Stop Waltz, number of Americans and English- Shoop's Health Coffee, ^ Dr. Shoop Oalbralth and Aid. Oliver pointed J1. (Four .Step, men. has clo.so!y matchcHl old' Java and ,ut tho di(lieuIty of placing tho side- 12. Thrc-o Stop. During tho course of the evening a Mocha Coffee in flavor and taste, yet walk along Baroness Road while' E.XTRAS. woman, |)oIonging to the eompdny of it has not a single grain of real cot- thoro is a disimtc 'between the city 1.- Quadrilles, entertainers who had come from Vien fee in it. Dr. Shoop's Health CofToe n,,i \. n; & j. Oo. regarding the lo- 2. .|,er�jy. sang a vulgar song and when en- Imitation is made from puro toasted ou.flon of tho Baroness Road, al-|3, Fivnch Polka.; na, whei�uiion, displeasure,, ro.se cored sang a .s'till riioro indelicate one grains or caroal.s, with Mult, Nuts, King Edward, in deep etc. Made in one minute. No ted-und left the place, ious long wait. Yoii wi.U suivsly like accompanied by his suite. His ex- it. Oct a froo sample at our store, ample was followed by all the Brit- Sold by ail dealers, ons and Amoiicans who were pi-oscnt[  � " ' si'.mt but edectivo protest .ag- SirNAnD'.S LINIMENT RELIEV- tts a though bfith recognized that thi.s was the proper place for the walk. Thij niaibtcr was laid over" unti^ next nioeting, Tho Secretary Troasui"or was auth-orizcfl to make the �neoes$ary changes in the books in connection with the of ninst intlocency in thc guise of dm- ES NEURALGIA. waterworks department to show tho MISS WI .V \jlFlr or against this by-law shall bo tnk-en at tho Council Chamber in the City of Lethbriiige on the 28th day of October, A.D. 1907, between the hours of nine o'clock,in the forenoon and flvo o'clock in thc attcmoon. The Twenty-first day of October'. company. Uiytl North Wesi^NMiiilcd TENDERS/rolt^OATa/f Sealcd-TondcTS : marked ; vA^TendoiB for Onts!' addressed . to;tho|!Ofnu Commanding.vh.N.W.Mf'Poliee^ilie^*' bndgo will be. roeoived -up to;.riOori'^ Friday, the lath doj; of; October;'tt.4.^, (hp sujiply nnd d>In"ry of 3,000 bu-4.'^ shels of oats, sacked, in lots of' not''v Icsa than .500 byshels.; to:!:bo'idi?Hver^|_ cd from time to tiir-s ns required. ?.-.:| Oats to.bo 'Of good-^ quality, :up;r'^'j,l standard weight, and �froo>from:, d>T and finvign scotls. SacWs-ito .'pcmait(!| the property �i>f the govcrnmcnt.i.l^n* c'ors to bo nccompaniod byaccapto"' cheque for .5 par cent of tho � amount-ten do wd. i No paiierwiU ba paid for.'Inaoritln tins advoptisoinoiit without!auithoirllisjll .TAS O. WTLSONS^ ''"'l^a? 10-17 Commanding "K"i Divisi'oB To bo sold by: public Anetiottlfj tho factory of the fPr,ovin(rial Company, Limited^ on iWoail .St m tho City of liSthbr^dgo, on SATURDAY. THE 12TH DAY^Otp OCTODEU. 1907. .v;Vi' the eomplirte stock-of wood, working i; machinery, shaftingi' Utltings. puUeyiij'^ hangers, ctc^i belonging to the above comprising amongst otho^.^: AD. m7 at hourof eight th.r. j article,, .urning lathe band saw. H,.; ' 'saw, jointor, 'two--planers, jtenpm^,,' the waterworks system will amounl^ to the sum of Twelve Thousand (12,-000) Dollars and It is deemed expedient thot the said sum of Twelve Thousand (12,000) Dollars being tlio ty (S,30) in the afternoon in the Council Chamber in the City is hereby fixed as the time nnd place for the appointment' of persons to attend nt the polling plnco and at tho final summing of the votes by the Secretary Treasurer on behalf of tho persons respectively interested In promoting or opposing the passing of tho by-law. 6. The Secretary Treasurer shall on tho aoth dny of October. AD. !i007, at the Council Chamber in the City at the hour of Eleven (H) O'clock in,the forenoon sum up the anm ber of votes for or against the bylaw and declare the result thereof. Done and passed in Council tbia day of A.D. X907. Mayor arm mortiser, jig sow mortlser.-M^yjiJj other tools and machinery. ' ''^i'-V ALSO ' 'Ji Lots nuinlKjr 31, 25, 26, it Block 30, on thojeorner;of:;Wp.o^ii,,,_.,^ ijuiier.n Streets. > ^'>''ft-^t ALSO Secretary Treasursr NO-nCE Is hereby given that the above is a true copy of a proposed amount of debt interfded to bo croat- by-law which has ,boen lutroduc^ cd by this by-law, shall bo secured by tho jpsiio of debentures spread o>or a period of forty' (40) 'years bearing interest at the rato ,of five (5) por cent, per annum payablp annually. ,.. ,..,........................-00^^' One almost now Carey Sato/ ori!i|ln^| al co.^t $234.00. v/'' The above machinory will; eit sold en bloc or m lots. /Kr" TERMS-VTwonty ' per\ eeiki'^ and balunco* on delivery Of'macHiii or if sold enU>loc, balance/'t'will-i � aceeptt'd in'-Purcliawr'8''apijli�'i^ wecurod notes at' threes months. '' l^^; TEIOTS ON LOTS'-f>rt0-4lri|!^� one third in four montha, ...w. .....-------- , , , ^WNARD'^ . I^WN??? being the, date of the flret, jmbltaft- BURNS, EJtCf ,,',,u .....mm.. ;