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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta rm LF/nnuuDfjK i>aii.v iikralp Tlnu'sdJiy, ()('. .',:�,..'''..,;. J. 8. CARTER, .General ABent, 210 Portage Ave., Winnipeg. '1' llarns anil .(. fiihli, manager of the Wiiterworlis deparlinetlt. Till' aliplication of the scliool board for iheir ^tam ainoiiiitiiii; approxi-i niati'ly to was refused. 'I'lie , i board w islieil the amonnt upprnprial-I ' eii inim the hrsl ;nmi:s re; eived liy ; ;the mniiieipality tliroiii:,li la.\-fs. and ; tlie conneil deenu-d this jmpraeticuhle at tile pvesi'iu time. 'I'he sc.>iool: Iniaid will, however, he con.sidu'ed i I Willi the i!,real('sl oi alUiivinii and' itlicir wants lilb'd witli as mnelt iles-i lialeh iis possihlt'. ; I I'ouiifillor Kollsoa lirotisln np ''In' : matter of a briilt^e over llie H U:li '. iiear Ihe residenee ot N'els Amiersnn, and il was liinilly moved bv I'oaiiL'il-I lor Uolfsoii, and passed, that a, pal-' jvaiii/ril iriiii liinne he put in at 'he i crossiiif!; (Ill -Jini North anil fith Wist,' jaiiil tlial the liriiltcf now at the s.'ilri ; icrossin.n he removed lu Isl lionlU j I near litli West, ] ! ,\iul\tor's. Ueport Not In | i Mayor h'.vans as^cil .Seerelarv V'rille| iif the anilitor's report [or the i,i:;:r-I ler was rpaih , for presi'iitation, to vliich lie was answered in the nepia- tive. Water .'^ystein Improved Supers isar Harris in, bis repot t ilealt chielly with tlie itijiprovemenls iiiade lo tlie walitrHiHlis system, .lur-| in|i; the past montli. 'j'hcWind niill 1 and pmnpiiii;: appaialns liail lieeii coiii-j pleleU overliaiiled tinil piil in as isooii j a (-(nidit ion as it Ini.s crer liecii. The j njaiiis that were elioked were- beinR oleaiicd (iiii as ��ii,'ii, as |)o,ssilile, and !i\lr. Iliuris believed ihiit in a short. I time Ihe sysieni luiiilil he in splemlid jil sha|ic (or \vi�\i��. ....... Tlieatre lUiaw Read A bylaw iTspeciins lliealres ami all public biiildiiins, const cueled. for pnb-lic asseinblatie, jncludinf; churches, was niven its last and second read-iii): rlie proMsiinis of tlie propcsed measure aie very strict in iiiu; aKaiiisI (ire, and when tlie law !;ocs into effect there will ceriajiily be an upheaval In a ntiinher of the linhltc liiiildini^s of the town 'I'he town of Kaynioiiil has lona; (ell the � need of such leiiishitive enactment, anil till' new h\ law covers tlie iielil complelel) , Will l.av Vew Walk Tlie bad piece ni walk lielweeii the' liolel and the 1 liib ' company came up i for debate, and it was the conclusion of all that a fresli walk should he 'I'his was by Comi ' , cillor rowellsoii and beini; put car-;'ried unaniiiionsly 'i'he supervisor Was ,'msliiicled iii proceed at once lo Jay a new walk in the place specilie.l. I .\flev .Slia.v .Animals j Councillor Itiillsiin bron|.'.hl in liis ' periodical complaint, of stray aiil tnals "that Kta/eil on the slreels in the da\ and pre\ ed on vomelioih's ^ i!;arileii ni.t';lit " Cuuiicillor Kolt-J , son said it was an iniustice, and if i P"" people coiilil not take care of their � slock they oiiulit to ):et rid of them. ?'I'lie council decided tlinl llie stiay \ pound (tidinancr should he ri>!;iiily eii- � forced iii the fintire, anil that all I stray animals fiiund tintethored i^n - ..... the streets should be promplly pounded. Will Colled Licenses .Secretary Wriile asked the coiitieil lor iiistriiclions in respect lo business and tradesmen who ileliV.erately isniire tlie order lo pay Ihe business licen.se. Mr. Wride esplamed that i qniie a tniiiiber of /irnis had paid ,' ri(;la up without niiestioii, Imt there | were others who dcclaied they would j not pav Until forced tu do so. .\ loii^, and anitnateil discussion lol riic sense of the Council was parties liavinp: )i;rievaiii-cs slioiild before them and present U eni in ' remilar-form. 'I'liey would hear flieiii and i^ive everyone ;i i;iir op)!ortunity 'to secure Iheir ri.ii;h�s. The cmiiK-il did not wish to he unfair, iiiucasoinihle or iliscriminatiui.', ; liiif they did have cci'lain tights and ilulics which iiiiisl 1 be [iiliilleil if the iiitej^iity ;iiiil honor of Ihe town was to be maintained. I'I'he ii'iinieipalit y could not run wilh-oiil iuiiils, and this was one w.iy prescribed miller ihe siiuUc lav act Whereby municipalities could proiliice money lo run the husliiess and snj �lain the various public workt; wUhin 1 the town. The secretary was a( Jleiij^ih iiisirucied to write the solici-I tor on a few iiiat.lers and then to i proieeil III collcci (he licenses inilne-I diatelv. ' I'ool Halls .\i;ain -M hall an hour after midiiitiht an- VI L( AN \'iilcaii, Oct. '.1. �-.lohn IJorch, who has so Ions been ill, is able to be oul a sain. .Mr. and .Mrs. W'm. I'pi on, of Ottawa, pareni.-; of Dr. riiioii. formerly of this iilace. and now of Calgary, visitcM \'iilcan last week, moctiug the doctor's many friends. While lu;re they were the yiicsisi of .Mr. and -Mrs. F. .\. Klnes. l''nTmers are busy hauling' grain. The iliruc larK elevators creeled since last year, with their larj^e stor-aK� capacity, are a great convcnieiici?. \ few carloads of wheat are yradini;; No. 1, ,1. ,\. Lindsay is suffering frotn an attael; of liiinhat;, K. Lee has sold his property here and iniends moving to Oregon. susiness For Sale Donaldson Line Direct Service THE SCOTCH LINE .FOR THE SCOTCH PEOPLE Large new twin screw steamers sailing from Montreal and Glasgow every Saturday carrying One Class cabin and Third-Class pas'.-iengers. CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS Sail I'roin St. John, N.B., Dec. 5th and 12th. LOWEST RATES UP-TO-DATE SERVICE, lluserve your a(xoinniodatlon  now and secure the besl, it costs no more. .\pply to aii.v niilway, sieiim-ship age-ni or H. E. tiOMAN, General Agent, 445 Main St. Phone MS312. Winnipeg. other iijiicli mooted am! sliil iiiisel-lled iitu'siioii Cam,-- up. This'' was llic ! li.il! and the fiiliirp policy oi the coiinctl ill Ihe matter The councillors | lalked fill tliey were completely ex-1 liaiisfeil and, then the motion tor ail-.joiirniiieni was put tliromrh willinul aiiythiiiu; ilelinilely heinj; dime in this .strained problem. WATCH FOR THESE BILLS Otiawa, (Jet. !i.-C.cunterl'eit iJoiniii-ioii bills of the one and two dollnr do-iiomlniitions are in such abun-danl c'.r-e'ulat'ldii as to cause anxiety in Ihe h'i-inincf. DepariiiiPiii, and special efi'oits n-re lieing made by ihe secroi service to locale (he source of supijl.v'. (i'lnn-i.erfeiis are a rather clunisy Iniiialion, yet they appear io he kiken by a great many people witboul i|uestioii, iiiiil itr especially plenllful in Nova Scotia and .Now llrunsw'lck. . j---------.-- PREMIER BORDEN'S COUSIN DEAD Miiliru.v, Oet. !>.-The death occirrr-ed at Ihe home for aged men last night, of .(oshua \V. f1ord