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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta * "ft pk * �; - � cd paid: McKcnrJu A Roy .Southern AlbeVln News Conybenrc & dones ...... A. II. & I, Co. -^- If you purchase a Kootenay without the reservoir and decide later that the reservoir is a real necessity, why, just order it and attach it yourself. _ It's easily done, remove The City Court I. /The., regular meeting of the pity tuitinuM' whs hold on' Monday,evening Those prd^nt wore Mayor thtllmtith, Aldermen'Oliver, Watson, and Cnn-nlnghnm. 'The Hecretnty of the- Hoard of Health wrote saying that. the Hoard had been orirnnl/orl and suggeM-lm*! that nil matters rein-Hug to health | bu handed over to the Hoard and that the ofrty pay bills accrued there* with. The council, ngtvud to the suggestion of the Hoard. C, 1 ajMcKcnzie A Rqy Account soparntc from tho newer ac-count, The auditor will be requested to assist hint. i By-Law No. 6.39 i l.ftO Central Hardware Co.......... 1.8b Adams Lumber 77.15 Rogers-Cunningham Lumber-Co. (contract) ............... 12IUK) io. Loth. JCIeetric Co. Light Nelson & Kraser A. R. &. L Coy. Mill' Millt i � * Quong Sung Mere 1 y screws and take off the plate marked "REMOVE FOB RESERVOIR' (see top illustration), which provides an opening: for the hot air to come througrh and circulate grant of grtno from the Council to nsvisl In paying the Hoard's )x'.>.�uso I Adams Lumber Co. especially in paying the socrela.r ,*'s Northwest Klcctric Co. Mi*bei*H of the Hoard previously cnrr'co this insurance. It would cost tho rtiy 914.AO for eftch of nlrwiojn nieiiii "rs. The H out hern AlborLa News urotu explaining why the Industrial Loth-! bridge had bw�n so long ofay�'l. A 1 motion Htating that t)ie city d'-�e so notified wwh jossa.1 unnnimotisiy. Aid. riin:itngh;iiii, v�ho was in the chair, did t.nt v i�u( stating tthnt he could not >l > ** . small interest in the Mrm onoriud. C i'ty Solicitor Cony lea re The following accounts were order-' A to provide for tho borrow- , ...  > ^ ling of the sum of thirteen' thousand 1*1 Itfl Wll five hundred (1S,fi00) dollars Upon tho credit of the City'of Lothbrjclgo, / Wherons tho city has recently incurred expenses in and about tho erection of an isolation hospital and certain fire apparatus, tho acquiring of property and erecting buildings thereon for a material yard and for constructing and improving a road within the City limits from tho City toward the Holly. Klver Hridgo and it is found necessary to Issue doben. turos for defraying the costs thereof. And whereas it is estimated that tho amount necessary for meeting liabilities already incurred In connection with such works and for the completion thereof will amount to the sum of Thirteen Thousand Five Hundred Dollars being The amount of the debt Intended to bo created t by this by-taw shall bo secured by the issue of debentures spread over a period of twenty years, bearing Interest at the rate off five per cent, per annum, payable annually. i And whereas the amount of assess- * * * ' � t * � Mini 89-90 H.SJ5 JH.UO a. oo 8.50 3 0.00 .10.00 4S0.1M 4.05 0.78 41.70 I lent ley Co, Ltd................... MS. 75 Marshall Wells Co. North WeST Jobbing & Commission Co. Si* it or mar * - are * oats ate" " 1 1 Q Semi- � k Jil - j*o- � � i everything used is of v^ The silk thread used thn^ighout .cvib>/ 'aa:-:^|iiip the ready-made clothiers use, and the � * � 1 canvas linings are of the finest Irish weave. We pay more for material* and labour, and you are glad to pay more v..d get the rea. quality in the Km 1. correctly tailored garmer; PS 4* When you pay #8 for a Stinlfreadyt- Suhryo^expeei^el'i^ suit lives up to your expectation, or we trade back your mi � � I  emi-rea l a i 1 o r hi b ISL72 A. SOUTHARD, . - * IMM 1 t i * t a. 05 $1100.8^ Also renewal premium on Fire Hall Insurance. When tho Council was considering the account!) a good deal of adverse criticism of the way tho Klectric Co. was giving the city light*. Several of tho street lamps have not beon lighted regularly and scvenal wpro spoken of as Iwing uselwH. The covin oil considered that the city power ser v See and houso. service for the ciMzens was good but that the street service was v�>ry poor Aid. Watson who had a strong iVorth Wurd grlevunce, drew tip a resolution notifying the company of the state of affairs. ! I the Council that the revision of the advised' The following accounts v(�re pto- sehled for payment: city statutes had been competed except \o. 11, that was missing. A statement regarding the amount necessary to buy out the waterworks'Chapman Valve Mfir. Co. line to the residence of C. F. I1. Co-'('lval Falls iron Works . nylioiire was made but wa� incnm-! l^ntley Co. cement plete. Tlu� .1. A. Knniif. building manholes:.................'............ 01.2.1 K. Adams, bimlx*r ............ 7.00 27.�fi ;�o.i!."> � I  � I t � � � t # � UHian, T�fMt�, Mwitreai, Wtanlpei, Vanctuver, St Jehn, ItamlltM Fm Kootenay booklet on reque$t Brodie & Stafford, Local Agent Western Wat\*hous- & Transfer Co. XortInvest tiohbing (.v Commission 'Co. Can. (. S125'.t)0. The returns from other consumers along the line will he ntlded to 1 be statement to off- ^'m, Taylor, cartage �.it the initial cost. The matter was' N^son & Fraser ..... left over for further consideration. ; Hern Id Print Co. stationery The A. ?{. & I. Co. wrote saying We�t. StafKy. Co. stationery that if the city could not n^ree with! Hawthorn Alberta News for ad the provjous proposal regarding Har- Kriad that they would rather not interfere with tho present conditions. The letter was received and laid over until next meeting. On motion of AU1. Oliver the C. IV llowrnan Agency was asked to pro- j 2M�Kens;io & Hoy................ -I tm the city's interests in |.e V��*a-i l-ttbridgo Oarage C,....... 0.00 in 1 ndust ria 1 1 x-t hhridge W. Oliver expense ti> Hut ... C. M. Arnold K. A. Cunidnghntn Southern Alkerta Ne*v by-laws 100.A?i 1H.-i 1M.73 m '15 able property in tho City, according to the Inst revised assessment rofl-ls |3(374(445. And Whereas tho amount of tho ox- ^ 1 Isting debenture debt of the Gity Is 1103,120.00, of which none of tho principal or Interest Is In arrears. Therefore the Mayor and Council of tho City of Lethbridge enact as lot-! lows: 1. This bylaw shall take efleet on the first day of November, A.D. 19GY7 2. The Mayor and Council of the City may borrow on the credit of tho City tho sum of Thirteen Thousand t Five lluddred Dollars and may Issuoj debentures of the City to that am-' ount, in sums of not less than One Hundred Dollars each, so that the; number issued shall not in all exceed 1 ^ Thirteen Thousand Five Hundred Pol lard, repayable within twenty years from the date on which this by-law j takes effect, with interest at the rate of five par cent, per annum, payable annually in such manner that each debentures. 4. The votes of the burgesses for or against this by-law shall be taken at the Council Chamber on the 23th day of October, A.D. 1907, be-shall be charged and levied against all rateable property within the City sufficient to produce the amount required for the purpose of payment of GLENDOWER j Real Estate F arm 4 1 J r Good Solid Investments. h 1 Raw and Improved Lands For Sale. Pincher City Lots from $65 to $400 * Dobbie's Sub-Division adjoining Depot, from For plans and information apply to * GLENDOWER ALLEN Land Office h. - Pincher Station, 1 * jr^i I principal and Interest on the above And Whereas the amount of assessable property In the' tiity according to the last revised assessment roll is 93,374,445. And Whereas the amount of the ex- s^ + isting debenture debt of the City is instalment of Interest and principal. $103,120.00 of which none of the shall he as nearly as possible equal e taken upon the posed by-law on the 28th day tober, A.D. 1007, between thi - ^ ^ of Nine O'clock in the (crismslif' Five O'clock in the afternoon at 4m1^ Council Chamber In the City of Letfe:f bridge. ' x Geo, W. Rbbiasw*;^?^ Secretary Treasurer M i 1 *  1� -'.1 r 1 \  4 � rancnos and Agoncics nt aJ tl eprincipnl points in Canada Also in London, I ngl^i d >N�v\v York. Chicago, Spokane and I e w.'oaivllund Travellers' Circular Letters of (Credit .v*nd Commercial Credits � issued tor use in n\\ parts oi tVtc world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON TA VORABl.E TERM� U:aftn 4 wail 1 till* .it all fi'iiut* U\ V lite'* St i� K-u opt* inu Car-ad a Interest idlowed on depc*iM j�l current rntes cniis^d n MiRctissioii ns to tho payment of contracts that, are not com-j-^- w- -i- ^ l*om. i.'o pUted on time as per c^ntractH. Tho1 UthhriilKc Inm Wy onlcr wos mad*- for tlu* paymout of. ^^^ou Kni^^r I he sum li��s th.� amount iul\umve ii.sked for a stnt,'ui�'nt ��T Ihtr ivaHons 01 'ay on th\> consl met Srr'.M. (iiI1oHpu�, who is lnii\infflhc li \.\V Ml1, forr 3 on ponsion nft,*r lw nty yc. rs .-r'. \rv aimlk*tl tor u po si: ion .o.) th � v'.\y ooM�\? forro. CUi^r i i \lt*\ r.p Vnrry atlvisx?! tbo council 1 hnt (1tn��i\i* ion luul I'wn iiuuM for fir-' -.dl,is IIol-.*** Whit ritvv I i> n \ Soirt \\nv\ Mlorl'.. nil thr-(' i I* r-'.v I'liildiitf's. Tin* fit;; * hc�' v or� Ii*ron t 'i  n>"il! � 1 I hnl no1 lo-ii |to\ i*l'd. cd o'lt also that, tho iloor.s of ih� � i>.� iur dm  ituj iluir atis-nu*. (>'Moh,�r til m lvin.u Thnnksjuivinif l>ay, th* linn' for payia;; tav*>* to j.vt, the discount was i�vti*ndi*il to Nov 5. Tho twenty-first dny of October, | nand (12.000) Dollars ami mny Imiucs A.D. 3907, nt tho hour of 8.30 in J debentures of tho Oily to thnt am the afternoon In the Council, Chnm* I ount in nuins of not less than One ' her in the City is hereby fixed as the Hundred Dollars each so thnt the time and place for the appointment1 number shall not In all exceed Twelve of persons to attend at tha polling Thousand (12,000) Dollars repayable) place and tit the final Humming up of, within forty yenrs from tbo tluto on votes by the Secretary Treasurer 011 which this by-law takes ouVet, with behalf of the persons respectively in-1 interest at the ruu> of five (."5) per tereMed in promoting or opposing cent, per annum payable annually the- passing of the by-law. I in such n manner thnt each Infttnll- 0. The Becri'lary Treasurer shall mcnt shall lie an nearly us possible �on the iMMh lh day of Octobor, ftfr^ llib supply and delivery of U,000 bu^^ shels of oats, sicked, in lots of "nqtff^f lrss than 500 bysbds. to bo iMivw^ka timo ns roqulred05|| qualityt up, t6 ^ ed from Umo to Oats to bo of good Council adjourned until Thursiluy. Oct. in. Stoiti.u-h troubles, Ib'jut t\nk Kid-m*y nittuitPs. c-�n hi' tpdckly corrected with a prt"-'.[-ritd ion known 1*1 drii;TgiMM cwrvwl'i-r,. ns l�r. Sboop's Ites-toru 1 h c. *l*hc jin�iupt and stir-pri-dng r-lief which this r.-m-Mly ini-m-.-'dbih*ly brings Is cintiivly due to its tVKtorativt* action upon tU�* controlling nerves of the stomach, etc. Sold by all dealers. Done and p;iss.itl in Council this day of A.D. 1^07- Ma\ or shall be charged and lc\ leoT ngiiinvt all rateable property within tho City sufficient to produce the amount an-1 nually required for the purpos� of Sciri'tary Treasurer payment itf principal and on 'tin* above debentures, but if in any Ktandr.rd weight, and free from dir^^ DANCING SCHOOL * Will be opetKnl Monday Evening, Oct. 21st, 1907 in the K. of P. Hull usement. The woman whose Kinging had given offence was tried and fined twelvo lul(| lho deposition of towage She pleaded in extenuation This class will be conducted on the regarding tlw bbnusing of industrlas be�t and latest mvthods. ('anndian, King Edward during his annual visit to the famous Austrian baths at Miirlcnbnd, mingles to a largo extent with the people of the place and lives much the life there of tho ordinary visitor. This luck of oeromonial led 1o nn action on. the part "of tlu>King which lias caused much remark in the city. One evening the King entered a cafe chantnnt, and sat for a time listening to tho musical programme! always supplied in these places. He-j ^ real coffee disturbs your stom-side thx? members of tho King's suite tach, your heart or kidneys, then try there were present in the cafe a large number of Americans and Englishmen. dollars. that she chose tho song as ono that would please and interest the patrons of the place, which is a condemning Imputation that the hive of unclean-liness in apt is a characteristic of the huhltual frequenters of these plac es of amusement, JL would be interesting to know whether, If the King King had not been present, or had not thus protested, the men who were willing to follow his example would have Ix-vn brave enough to this clever coffee imitation-Dr. Snoop's Health Coffee. Dr. Snoop has closely matched old' �7ava and During the course of the evening a'Mocha CoftVo in flavor and taste, yet woman, belonging to the company of it has not a single grain of real cof-entertniners who had come from Vlen fee In it. Dr. Sboop's Health CofTee Imitation is made from puro toasted mi. sung a vulgar song and when en-corwl sang a h-till more indelicate one grains �r ceroids, whereupon, King Edward, In deep displeasure,, rose and left the plaw, accompanied by his suite. His example was followed by all the Britons and Americans who were present as a silent but effective protest ug- a I list indecency in thy gulsj of am- with Malt, Nuts, etc. Made in one minute. No tedious long wait. You will surely liko it. Oct a free sample at our store. Sold by oil dealers. rvport was reofved and filed and Aid. Cunningham was thanked for the report . A large number of citizens of North Ward s*mt in a petition asking that tlw previous deform inn tion of the Council to build tlw sidewalk along Westminister Road ta Kedparth bo reconsideivd, anil asking that it lw,built along Hnroness Koad urging that the number of people wishing the change would Justify tho Council in making the extra expenditure. Aid Watson, speaking as tho representative of tbo North Wurd spoke strong-iy in favor of putting the sidewalk where tho |>eople wan tod it. Mayor Oalhraith and Aid. Oliver pointvd out the difiiculty of placing the sidewalk nlong Ihironess I toad while' there is a dispute 'between the city anil A. H. & I. Co. regarding the locution of the Ilitroness Road, al- 4 though both recognized that this was1 The N�*\v York and Huston dances will lie taught. Class will be, conducted from R.HO to Social dancingi from 0.MO to 11. Dull room oti-! j[]tiotte taught and strictly u�*d \ throughout the term Assemblies will Ixj held during the t�rm. * The following dances will lw taught: 1. Tluve Slide Schottishc-Walt/. Hippie. ^ Duchesse. Two S-tep. Pan American. NOTICE Is her;l,\ given that the above is a true c�py of a proposed by-law which has I teen Introduced and vhich mny bo finally passed by tho Council (in the event of the consent of the burgesses being obtained | theroto) after one month from tho j2ftth day of September. A.D. ^007, being tho dnto of the first publication thereof In the "Southern Alberta News" and the "lethbridge Herald" and that the votes of the burgesses will bu taken upon the propos ed by-law cn the US th dny of October, A.D. 1907, between tho hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon and five o'clock in the afternoon at the Council Chamber in the City of Lethbridge. George W. Robinson, 10 Secretory-Treasurer i o i 3. I. 5. �. 7. College Five ft top SehoMisho. H. Caprice d'erman. 10. Two Step Society. College Ono S-tep Waltz. 3 1. (Four Step. 12. Three Step. EXTRAS, Quadrilles. .1 ers > . Kjvneh I'olkn. 1. M1NAIUVS LI NM ME NT REUEV-ES N10CRA1#C1A. the proper place for tho walk, matter was laid oxer until, meeting. The Secretary Treasurer was nuth- ( orized to make the necessary changes in the books in connection with the waterworks department to show the MISS WIWJFUKI) JNUv Thq next f>radiint.� Hut\ Stale Academy Uancing, Hoston, Mass. of V v;rms-l�i lessons: Ladies 5�.r or against this by-law shall bo taken at tho Council Chamber In the City of Lethbridge on the 28th day of October, A.D. 1907, between the hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon und five o'clock In the afternoon. The Twenty-first day of October A.D. 1907. at tho hour of eight thlr- \ ty (8.H0) in the afternoon in the Council Chamber in the City Is hereby ilxed an the timo and place for tho appointment of person's to attend nt the polling place and at the final summing of the votes by the Secretary Treasurer on behalf of the persons respectively interested In promoting or opposing the passing of the by-law. o\ The Secretary Treasurer shall on the 20th day of October, A D. 1U07, at the Council Chamber In the City at tbo hour of Eleven (11) O'clock in,the forenoon sum up the nam ber of x'otes for or against the bylaw and declare the result thereof. iind foreign seeds. Sucks to Kmmin' � ^ lho properly'of the government." l\tf&rUNARb:S being the date of the first punilsft- BURNS, �?C, a - ;