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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, 8ept.fi> THE LKTHBKIDGK DAILY HBKAM) Page 3. We have been appointed ngonls for Luth- bridge and district The Security Trust Co. Limited OF CALGARY This company has unlimited funds to loan and lias nn Advisory Board in this city, so that loans ean be out through with very little delay. F. C. Lowes Co. Owners and Sole Agents CITY WOULD AUDIT BOOKS OF VARIOUSJHJBLIC BODIES Straightening Band Tangle-Building a Rescue Home-Caretaker for Fair Grounds--Re- arranging N. Lethbridge Streets LOOK THIS UP Lots 4, 5 and 6, Block B; II. anil C. Addition. NortL Ward, Corner, 1ST I'l. by 138 ft, R. V. GIBBONS CO. 3" FOR SALE That most desirable' 7 roomed, fully modern bungalow, stnurlingo'n two loth St. South (Westminster Terms arranged. The H. MACBETH AGENCY HEBLOCK At tho city council milling yenlei- j day afternoon Superlntendem A. Reid 'of fhe electric light department sub- mitted u report dealing vvhh the rela- tions between the employees of t ho I department and the city, lie endu- ed ;i copy of tho arbitration proceed- ings between the electrical workers -.if Edmonton and the city in which the schedule of wajies for linemen was set forth, giving them 4ii cents nn hour with increases up to T.O cents. Me thought that iliis schedule could be adoptr 1 here, and that, the policy f of open simp could stilt IIP mainiain- without any trouble. The elretrij ral workers who arc members of the I. B, K. arc usually skilled linemen I r.-j they must have ihrce years' ex- j pcrieiHte before lliey may join tire I union, and he saw no objection to hlr- nnion men. He also recommend- j cd Increases in salary to Hie two fore- I men of allowing- them to relieve him ui part of his present du- ties. The Citizens Band Regarding affairs in tho Citizens hand, a motion was passed laying I he constitution t-tibwittf :1 on the table.. so -that eacli me in her uf the x may pel, R 1V lor peni'-al. as matron of Hie Salvation Army res- cue home, thanking her for her ellicien! aid in the pnsi. Building Inspector Meech submit-1 ted his report on the .construction of; a children's detention homo. Me stat- ed that the lots chosen for this build- Ing are In a coulee, below level, and are therefore unsuitable for this The building inspector wi'l be asked to look into the inatter ami select a suitable site for the build- j Ins, and submit a report ;it the next meeting of the council. No Charge for Levels Exception was takm to that por- tion of the cily enginefr's report, cnll- lngp for a charge of for finding building levels as opinion of the council was that should ta done which would intend- In g builders. The fwaineorlng depart- ment will therefore instructed to t ind such levcl'j as be necessary without charge. Aid. Asheroft brought up the ques- of keeping the streets open for draft of fne constit.itiun There seoms it tvj j frictix- the members of. the I bund so the council sited that tli'> of the bund com- mittec, Robinson. fall i mcet- ing of the committee to draft a report j tor the next meeting oi' the' council. 1 J. Geo. .Harper will ho asked to L.OANI mi f fie where the ciiv nrc going on. A prr.-i; deal of trouble experienced in Xoith Leih- hridpe- at present time, FO the engineer instructed in ?ee that the city inspector look after the mat-j ter with a view lo kopuing all cross- i ings open as well as nr.-jsihle. An ex-1 Ira pipe laying gang will likely -bo i put ro work on the water main's in j to keep the trendies filled right i up to the trencher, thus avoiding ex- tra expense on account of the tren- i dies i A BUY THAT WILL MAKE MONEY FOR YOU 3 Lots in Block 152, facing east North LethWidge. Realty Co. PHONE 53ft send in a report stating his position in the matter. Hides in the City ;vas received from A. Carr.ithers and C'o. asking ,.___. the city to reconsider their decision rof tho citizens' is tliat storing hide-.; within the city is i vested.th'ere, -and the prooert.y should i contrary to tiie existing bylaw. In be carefully looked after. Mis idea the case of this company no complaint has ever been received from residents in that section, as they are not In the habit of tor Jus anything but cur- ed hides. The comnanr will be _......__... _ _ tied thai as no eumplairile have boen1; ings. painted, after which it is very received the city will take no action lively.that, a permanent caretaker will be employ-ad- who will he provided with a house on the grounds. Aid. Caretaker of-Fair Grounds i .Mayor' Adams brought up the (ines-J tioir'of 'putting a man in charge of! the '.fair, -explaining was'acted'upon, and Stint. of parks and -boulevards, will be in- j to look after ibe matter. He wilJS'put a man in .charge until the grounds 'are cleaned and the build- Sunny Side Lots We have a large number of these lots from S200 up. Here is n chance to become an owner of Real Estate in this city. Wilkie Kerr PHONE 623 HULL BLOCK, Next. A.R. I. Officer PjNCHER CREEK NEWS Ffncher Creek, Sept. toavy tains which commenced on Sunday i spent Labor Day in town visiting old in this case. Reid Street extension A communication from C. B. Row- man ;is auorney for J. C. White stat-" ed that he was willing to.tak-s for the land required for Reid street ex- tension. X. Marshal] wrote stating that he would take the 150 offered for i rh-3 building on his property. Messrs. .Macbeth and Anderson reported on R. (Jhiswick's complaint that the valua- tion of his land was too low, recom- mending that lie be offered more. .1. F. Hamilton and the school board will be asked for their report on the matter and meanwhile the other re- ports are left on the table. Board of Trade Report Secretary .Manwaring of the Hoard of Trade submitted a detailed report of the receipts and expenditures since March. 31, the beginning of the Hoard of Trari-e year. The report was ceiverl and filed and tiie Board will be asked to furnish monthly reports of the receipts and expenditures-be- ginning wuh Snpt. i. friends. Hon. A. .1. McLean spent Sunday i Emily .Street Crossing City Solicitor Conybcare wrote the i'council (3 the effect that the city continued all through 'Monday and jln town and vicinity. could noi consent to nccept the terms today, in the afternoon Tuesday the j A big bunch of hunters strucK town of p R for )enj rain turned to enow, whfch is Monday and the-inclement wea- j( EmUv anrl Turncr 5treetg at time of writing. The reads ar? ther did not appear to check iheir Is a mile from ,Sth enthusiasm for.sport. thnj uBbor Day passed off very quietly again in bad condition, white the creek IB running exceptionally high, though no damage has as yet been reported. A goo-ri sized crowd from this place would have taken in the Cowlcy La- bor Day sports had not. rain put enjoyment of that nature out of the 1J8bor Day parcel off very nmetly commis.sioncr, in town. Few of our Htb.en, left to, the day at other matter with tho (hfi DEATH OF HENRY McGUADE Winniuejr. Man., Sept. ijucBiiuii jQuade. aged years, a resident rf .JV. MathewEon. of Calgary, a form- jPralrie died Sunday, er resident of this place Covley, lived fn Manitoba Mnce-JSS2. .-___________j -_i_ '.____________-'-: I FO far will be referred lo tho colinior further report. :n Uidhw rf iho Salvatl Army wrnlR siaiing that, he had Wll-ll a. nouse '.HI uir izimmua. ihat the house on'R. 1 t hiawick's property--wliich the .city will roiiuired to pi.irchase for the K-scf! street extension nii.sht be moved out to the grounds as a residence for the caretaker, who may eventually haver charge of the city's nursery AldiiGoodc tjiat the city cn- glneJcr be instructed'" to" see that the water and sewer for tho proposed MacDonald warehouse be suppli-sd without delay, as everything possible should be done to encourage men who are coming into Lelhbridg-a and building nn ibe city by .expending large -.iiims. lie also asked that. En- gineer Hlanchnrd and Snpt. Reid be reciuesteri to send In a i sport on the progress being made with the plans for the proposed street railway sys- tem at the next, mealing of tlie coun- cil. A motion wa-3 put through by Aid. Fray no and Ooode that the, caretaker of the woollen mills be instructed to make all necessary repairs 10 the mill, putting in glass and repairing the roof so thai the building would be in good condition. Auditing Public Becks As a Ir.rpo amount, of city money is being expended by the Hoard of Trade, the School Rnard and the Ag- ricultural Society, Aid. Bowman brought down a motion that the city auditor should bo asked for an esti- mate of ll'f cost of having the books 1912 E.M.F. 30 LINE A full line of tlie Famous E.M. F. 30 Models, consisting of foredoor Roadster, foredoor four passenger Demi Tonneau and fore door five passenger Touring Car will be here next week for your inspection. Tliese models have 4 inches longer wheel base, 4 inch drop frame, throttle levers on top of steering wheel and a more roomy tonneau than previous models, giving the car a lower and more graceful appearance Do Not Fail to See These Cars We will also have for your inspection The Wonderful Three Speed Flanders "20" Foredoor Touring Car success This little car has met with wonderful during the past season and stands alone in the 20 horse power class Repair Department Anticipating a heavy business this fall we have secured the services of a number of first class mechanics and are prepared to give first class1 service and not keep you waiting A full line of the following Tires and Tubes on hand-- "Fisk" and the greatest of American Tires, "The Accessories of all kinds-Electric Vulcanizing a Specialty WESTERN AUTO GO.Ltd. 31111thST.S. PHONE 1454 hefore that portion of the city be- oonifls too densely populated, and by doing will probably save them- selves another Heed street extension problem. j of thcpo bnflicvi as w-ail as the city jon j hooks audited regularly once month. Armv wrnifi siaung mat ne nau re'-jThe a pood one signed his pillion, and comir'l for their t-.la.ions while North Le Inside City Properties High Class Farming Lands Conservative Investments and Well Secured Loans, as well as Avery Threshing and Plowing Ma- chinery are offered by W. R. DOBBIN, TKST1 310 7th Strett Lethbridge, Alts was in charge here. He stated that KiiVtisn Andrew, who is following him, was ready and will ing to assume bis work. Children's Rescue Home Laid law wrote whether 11 lie council wifhei! hrr to continue j her services as matron of the chil- dren's rescue honir-. She submitted a i-3port, showing that the Salvation Army had madr at tlioir booth prepare n plan of the of at the fair, which amount, had been turned over to I he 'Fecrntary treasur- er, and npnficd to tlie relief fund- A tetter will lie written Mr.'. Lnidlnw i............... apkinrr her lo continue her services steps to up thnac streets A planeo ni the map of Lethbridpe 'will revral nnvone Ibe Chinese prrscm-sd by the streets of .Norih There seems to have been no definite plan followed in surveying for sirndivlsions. and a-.i a result thnre are a large number of streets not properly connected. On motion of Aid. floodo and Howman, the city engineer w-.is instructed to .North Leliibrklge slnwinn I he pro- posed extensions of unconnected streets. TIv.? council will then be in position tn proc.eert with Ihc SAD DEATH OF YOUNG MAN FROM RAYMOND Raymond, Sept. funeral of the late Robert Crawford took place from his father's home in Raymond last Sunday afternoon. The young man was openn.ed un lor appemticllls in Ciirdaton about, fivo weeks ago. While recovering typhoid fever set in iind from (bis be died. His father was scut for to homestead east of Milk Hiver and the members of the family living :ii Raymond hurried lo bis bedside when news of his serious illness came, hut were present when lie died. The body was brought home Saturday morning and inter- ment nude in the cemetery at Ray- mond. GOOD WEATHER KEPT THEM BUSY cnfiKflc claim to have -discovered America in 110. AT THt MAJESTIC SATURDAY, SEPT. 9TH, IN "HUMAN HEARTS'- Parkdale Buys A limited num- ber of choice Parkdale Lots at 50 each Terms H. J. H. Skeith Phone 1343 Opp. Alexandra Hotel Pincher Creek, Sept. fann- ers in every settlement of this district, were conspicuously absent from town last week, owing lo dry and warm weather which prevailed, affording op- portunity to "gather in the -sheaves.'' In many localities where grain cutting had not, been attempted the bindei-.j WRI-R at work lasi week, while in num- erous sections haying operations were resumed. In some parts tho wheat c.rop is very heavy, hut, harvesting will be late at these points. The weather here on Saturday wns cool, and threatening ail day, termin- ating In the evening with a brilliant display of electric fireworks in the heavens, accompanied by heavy thun- der. to say, after all thi-s commotion among the elements, only n few drop's of- rain fell Saturday nlfrht, Sunday dawned in a tfull, for- IbUldlim manner, and early in the fore- noon rain commenced to fall copiously and Kept at it for the balance of the day. Tho return of wet weather just when a warm spell was hoped for, will retard harvest work in the hut in the matter of weather, as in .everything else, we know not what a. j day may bring forth, so will just keep hoping for the beat. I The now boiler and engine for tho municipal power house arrived here last week. Now that the -flssentln's for improving the electric light, sys- tem of the town are at hand, the flown council lia-s got busy and are ad- IvurtisiiiR for tenders for building and Improving the municipal power hour-a. I'l'liny could not do FO fiooner, we un- derstand, us they Incited the plans and dimensions necessary. D. S. Williams, who takes charge of the high school classes in pub lie school horp, arrived In town on ThursdR.v last. Mr. WIlHaniP Is n for- mer newspaper man, linvinp owned and edited the I'rnirie Witness, of In- dian Head, Sask., for a number of y-ears. He was a clever and succese- fttl editor, and teaching by no means a new profession to him. A aneeting of the of the Lord's Day Alliance was held lii- the Presbyterian Chnrch on Friday evening, the field secretary for AI- bcrta being present. The lessee of the Opera House now gives two performances of moving pictures and Sat unlays. Because his s-wccUieart liari refused to Slave anything further to do with ,liim Waller Hopper, of Philadelphia, I picked (he girl up in his arms and jllirew har overboard from the -deck of Puritan into the middle of Michigan. Gherlcck fit. Some Snaps For Quick Buy lots very close to water and sewer, Victoria Park, at tlOfl Each :..............9 I9U lots, corner, Block 21, Duff, at I feet on lane, close In, for lols, McDuff Street, water i and sewer, at each THE Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co. J A ;