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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 31, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Thr.-fl of Crtnatln's Ijc.st wtv'klk'.s for �till! |ii-icu of iwo. Strc our clubbin,t olTer. llL'iir \Wvl Harvey, Ihe funny miin, in llvo Kn'iRht.s of rylhiiis Hall on Nov. 12L11. Toronto Cllohc-Kennoy �,an(l Harvey fillod ihu riuvilion and made a decided liit. K. Culver of Blairmore, who is in-tei-ested in B. C. fruit lands, wa.s jn the ci'ly this week. Mr. and ^Irs. Ki'tzpatricU of Swoct Grass, Slont., arc visi'tor.s a-t the honu^ot Mr. and Mis. llcsyn. 11. Morton .Jones, of Conylware & .Jones, left - .vestorday for Tinchcr Creek, wl)cro ho is noting na arlritra-tor fop the provincial government in expropriation proeecdiriBS. A. E. ITumphrie.s who has been ,away 'to Montreal deporting undesirable citizens rPturnocI on Saturday night. While away ho. visitol his old home in New York state. ^ At Diamond City one day last week, a saddle horse boked, dragging its rider along the street, injuring him-selif cogsidorably. The .same jloy a team run away and Ua.shing into the scales badly smashed them. The itaxcs arc coming in at a good rate. Ip to last night Sacroitary-Treiisuri'r Uohiiison had received 7r,i of (ho $51,000 levied. The time for pu.vuient to .secure 'the discount has be'ei! extended 'to Saturday. SSc. Dress Goods for 25c. | 10 pieces Heavy Cloth Dress Goods in ^rcy, brown, navy ant] green, 40 inches wide, well worth i35c., �or only 2oo. **STANFIBLD'S" UNDERWEAR FOR WOMEN  Vests and Drawers and Union Suits. The kind that M'on't shrink. A. Macdonald (& Co. -SEE- iOur WindDW 7oraNewLin� of Goods in Lcthbridge. J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. A LOCAL BUDGET. Mr. arid Mrs. R. V. Wallace, ot T.x-%cv wore in the city Saturday. \V. A'. AVoodhous'S, ninsitcr mechanic t)f the C.l'.K. was in the city on T'ridai-. Don't pay five oon'ts a copy U.r the Herald. 'I'ako it by the year. It comes cheaper. Mrs. C'ouybeare, of Riverview, T.ri h bridge, is the guest of her .sijtor ,Mrs. NibJock, Fourth A venue-Calgary Uorakl. . Fred A. Hillinrd, of Edmonton, Provincial MiaiVager of the Dominion Ijife Associatf*n, spent a fov- days in -the city this week. E. Belcher, accountant of the local l)ranch of the Merchants Bank, leaves *^is morning, for Ijocombe where he JJill take over the iiianag'onicnt of the Merchants Hank at that place temporarily.-Calgary Albortan. Mrs. \V. A. TUichanun has returned from a n and we'l|l"spnd you the Herald, delivered (in the city) or mailed, until New Vear's. 'J'he Wesl'Dy Church Epworth League meeting on Monday evening was one of the best yet. Thos. Taylor's ad-d.i-CKS on the Duties of the Day was very interesting and helpfuj. Tlio League indcitiiigs are growing in size and interest. Last Thursday evening a numl>er of the High School, studciits. accompanied by 'Miss Itennett, one of the teachers, visited another student, Glad-dio Virtue, and spent a very pleasant time. Gladdie had the misfor-tutio a few days previously to have his leg broken by being throv|n from his horse . Ho showed remarkable pluck in g-ottiug back onto the horse and riding home where ho called for assistance to dismount. Victoria Week: A. W. McVittio, dominion and provincial land surveyor, has opcnetl offices in the McGregor Block, Victoria., where ho Will pursue his professional work and in addition will deal in timber and coal lands. Mr. McVittio was one of The Geo. A. Siater Invincible Shoe union made, for sale at jNIcKelvie & McGuire's. Here ,vou fellow who ar'.i ri'atlii'Cf your neighbor's Hei-akl, Si;nl i.s .r)0 and have it for youra^,!;.. H. Rebee has been appointc'd tinie-kecpei- and Oissistttut bookkeeiier for .]. GumV & Sons, the bridge contractors. .1. T. McKinney has se\'ci*cd liis con Roction with the Y. S. Shopartl Co. and lins joined with a Calgai-y real estate firm. Of the Kennci'-Harvey Entertainers,' tlic Itellevillp Intelligencer says: ."Their third ai)i>earance, but we're laughing yet." iVJf Hosolton has caused his barber shop to have a strictly up-to-date' apiKjaranco by the installation of; four very handsome ami modern � IVtrolia from Peat &. Sons, would bo �1.') cs!iits a fool for now jiifie and "iri ("oii'ls a foot for good si^cond hand pi|if, l)Osi(li..s SlCi. inoroyfor a shoo and head. The mills would have to haivo throe ^ weeks or a month's no-'tice if new pipe wi're wanted- The second h.ind |ii|H3 could be Hhi|)|)ed at 'nee. if wired tonight would be on the way within a week. The total cost of the new i)i|>o would Ixj about 00 cents a foot. Me would not continua the hole at the pres-^jnt d.'pth for k'ss than $10 u foot. He wouki not guarantee to go down an.v specified depth as such formation as would make it impossible to drill except with rotary tirilis might be cncoun'teroecified deplh. A 4J pipe would be ample to sui)ply thri'c such cities.. Xo other well in M'estcrn Qunuda had as large a pii>c at such a depth. His agi-cement with the IC^ctric Compa-n.v .stipulated that a si.x-inch pipe be u.sod at th� bottom of the 1600 toot level. In reply to a query Mr'.' Peat said that the imiiciitioiis of giis were good The iirosent stratum was not the home of the ga.s and gas .struck in up per si rata was such as had found its wa.v through jxirous strata. The C.P.U. Iu.s si-oiit S20,0nn on Iht'ir vi'll lit Duiuiiore .lunclinn. to iT'iih l.liOO fi'i'l. I'^dninnton . ha'l ?i|K.|it .'='2S,li(IO iu two Wflls anri got nothing. C'nl.giii-,\ pi'opk' ha wi-ll would'l)e On motion .Vid. liowman and \'roo finished in ten da.', s or two weeks, man the roiiort of tiie special cnin- -M'r. Peat stiimlHUed that if delay miltee' wa,s r-'Caived, a^iopled. antl a was causJed liy thv Cily he should be b.vlaw pix>i)arely to a suguesl ion that he Clause 1. The Electric Co. to pur-; take ii grnihuxted .'^calc, Sir. Peat The Gas Well Problem. RETSOL-VETO Tf/AT AS Yoo U/tA R YOUR. OVER. COAT ON mn ouririoE ITlSTHEFIRSrWiMCTHAr OTHER PEOPLE SEEWHEhi You JV\EET THEt^yoU CAHTAFroHA TDTAKB CHAUCES ON tX)DClNC PEQP^^ BU$TeRBRth of 3,000 feet shall jje pre-scnted to the burgesses to vote upon at the earliest possible date, and as soon as carried, the Electric Co. shall (je reimbursed for any expenditure made by them.in preparation for tor continuing the well (such as purchase of pipe). Clause 4. The t�rm8 of the bylaw to state that in the event of a flow of gas being secured which in the opinion of the council shall be suific ient to warrant taking, over the well, the same shall bo taken over by the Oity, together with thfi,Electric Co. plant, real estate, and other property on the same tern^ and conditions as laid down in bylaw No. 222, voted upon on Aug. 24, 1906. that in the event of gas not being found in such quantity and the city does not immediately on completion of the well take it over, then the city shall pay to the Electric Co. the sum oi ?5,000 lor and in consideration of the u.se of the Electric Co. well below the 1600 foot level. Clau.se 5. That in the event of pas being discovered in a iiuantity not sufficient to warrant the cit.v taking over the well, then the El.'ctric Co. shall have the i)rivileiifo of purchasing the city's casing aiid the city shall guaran'tee to the Electric Company the privilege of laying gas mains from the gas well, to th;! Elec-! cordtince with the llrst reiiort. trie Co.'s power house for the pur-j Hy the propo.sed hylaw tlie city po.sc of come.viug gas to its plant | and the I'^leclric Co. make an agrtv-uniler the supervision and manner ment b.y which the VWy is to ha\e presci-ilK'd b.v the Cit.\' lOngincer. the use of the well, for the con'tinu- .suid that he iiuide his orf-er in the thought that h.i. would get nil the gas 'there was by tli.' time ho bored 400 feet or 600 feet at the outside. If he had thought he should have to go ;5,000 feet he would not do it for SIO a foot. At 17o0 ffCt they are on the Ijevcl of the gas well ot Slodicine Hat and the gns should be struck any time below that level. The summar.v of the negotiations of the committee with Mr. Peat was submitted to the Council as follows: Mr. Peat will go 3,000 feet with 41 in. pi|)e at $10.00 a foot unless he strike primary or granite founda. tion or until it is impossible to put pipe further. That in his opinion the prospects of striking gas are good and sees no difficulty in going down the full 3000 feet. He thinks tnat he will strike gas within 400. or 600 feet. That he is prepaivd to supply 3000 feet Of new pipe, inserted joint, at 45c. a foot f.o.b. Petrolia, making price about 60c. a foot at L(�thbridgo or $1,800.00. 10 cents le-ss per foot for second hand pipe. That wages of men o^ S25.O0 per day will have to 1h� poid should anj' delay occur in getting the casing. That the well is down 1.530 feet, likely to complete the 1600 feet in 10 crsonal reminiscences of the famous missionary suricrintendent. F. Macljoth, F.' Rose, .1. McKillop, and Mi.ss Furse also assi.'jted in the literary paj't of the programme. Mr. CoiKs and Miss Jcsffie Belcher rendered plea.sing solos. At an executive mooting afterwards, Messrs. Irving and Cope and Miss tiennott were chosen to moet the representatives of the Epworth League in debate on Novemlwr 11th. The subject agreed uiJon is Resolved that Foreign Missions have giYJoter claim on the Canadian Church than Home (Canada) Missions. Ciau.se (J. 'J'lio drilling under the 1600 foot lew'l to be conducted liy the Cit,\' uniler the sujx'rvi.sion of the t'i'iy EnginiH'r. Aid. Olivei- & Watson submitted an amenduu.nl tluit the report be laid upon the tiible for cousideralion at the ne.xt meeting of the Council. Aid. Watson said lliiil the gri\it ho d.V of the cilizen.s did not want to buy the I'llecliic Co.'s plant. The (.'ouiiril should know wlieiv the money uiis eouiiu.g from befoiv an.vthiiig was (Uuie. .Ma.vnr (ialhriiilh iind .\l(l. Ciuming agniii^i lajiug the Aid. Watson wanted to know why (lie Cit.v uoulil not liu,\ the hole and finish the lnu'iug. Aid, Cuniiiiighaui niid Vroonian maintained that the I'lunpan.v would mil well the hole unless they sold the whole plant. Aid. Oliwr and \\iitsiin vof.ed tor till' amendment, the rest of t!ie Cciun cil against. .Alil. CunningliiiMi took occasion to explain that the passing of the motion difl not commit the Council to expend a cent until the bylaw, hud been pas.sed. by the iV^Djile. On motion of .\ld. Macbeth and Bowman a special committee including the non-electric company alder men Oliver, Vroomnn, Watson, and Cunningham was nppointcil to consult with Messrs. Freeman and Peat, who were present. Aid. Cunningham was appointed^ chairman of the commilteo. Mr. Pent in addressing the committee said that ho could give the oHlimated cost r�er foot. The City would have to la,y in a sitock of pipe sufficient to roach the distance desired. Sixteen hundred feot of 4} inch pi|jo would Ijo needed at once. There would be no need for more six-inch pijJC. To go 3,000 feot, it would require as man.v foot of 4 J in pipe. The cost of 3,000 foot a carload, f.o.b. I the use of the ance of the licii-ing. If gasi is st'^uek then the old agreement: shall be carried out. if not, the (-il.v! shall pii.\- the Co. .'j.'i.OilO for theu.sv' of the w Marked at a Reduced Price G. H. Johnston *'Your Hatter'' Sons of England. LODOK "PRIDE OF ALBERTA" SOVS OF KNGLAND BENEFIT SO-CIETV, is now being formed, and preliminary meetings are being hold in the Herald Office, on Monday evenings at 8 o'clock. Those desirous I of getting in as Charter Members j mu.st apply bofoi'e the 7th November, the date fixed for opening night. All Englishmen and Sons of Kng-land are urged to join. it COSTS little; it MEANS MUCH! Write at once for particulars to the secretary. f. T. ROBINS, c-o Herald Office. All tlie latest Novelties in TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS 1 Are now on display. Children's wear a specialty. W. H. Scott, L. A. Scott, Proprietor. Manager. HILL BLOCK. DUrFEKlN STBCET Rev. H. Bryant, of Medicine Hat, was elected Moderator of the Alberta Baptist Association and Mrs. Bry ant of the Ladies Association. The secretary reported a mori�l>ership in the province of 2,129, an increase of 197 for the year. Notice to Taxpayers. All cheques presented for payment for Taxes must be accepted by the bank. . G. W. Robinson, Sec..Treai. 41 ;