Lethbridge Daily Herald in Lethbridge, Alberta
17 Jan 1911

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17 Jan 1911

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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta My. The Lethbridge daily Herald volume in. Lethbridge. Alta. Tuesday. January 17. 1911. Number 30 Council s publicity idea ridiculed Medicine Hai shows a generous spirit two of a mss f0r Syndicate to sink Twenty Gas Wells Alberta put up More Cash pays second instalment of interest for the a. & g. W. Mayor Evans Council la mum Winnipeg Jan. 16.-the City Council tonight filed the report of judge Robson on the recent segregation lives Olga Hon without come int. The stenographer s Bill of 1500.20 was not so fortunate. Bank s action will be adjourned until the end of the month Edmonton Jan. 17-Tho province of Alberta this work paid the second Liaf yearly instalment of interest due to the mind holders of the Alberta great Waterways railway Bonds. At the rate of five per cent pet annul the half yearly instalments not the business of the Council to Settle the differences Between clerks and merchants messes. Robert Baudry j. Br0wn and e. Tab rum composed a delegation from the retail clerks association that waited on the City Council last night and urged that the Karly closing by Law he left As it a a when first introduced that is that the num her of Days immediately preceding Christmas on which the bylaw is sus will kill the Board of Trade no advocates of Council s publicity shots fired at French president sch erne it is ridiculed if carried out members of b. Of t. Council will quit the members of the Board of Trade Paris Jan. 17.- two revolver shots wore fired at Premier Urland in the chamber of deputies this afternoon. Me wbb unharmed. The director or Public Relief received one of the bullets in his leg. Or. Nesb1tt across the line Well known politician mixed up with Farmers Bank Toronto Jan. 17.-it is stated Here on pretty Good authority that or Meattle Nesbitt who is wanted Here a Syndicate starts to bore preparations commence for bringing Gas to Lethbridge Twenty Wells to be sunk to Supply the needs of two cities Claresholm one High River three Claresholm. Jan. fast hockey game was played Here Between Claresholm and High itt Vor the latter winning 3-1. Morfut and the Bowman boys Cut up considerable in adding features to the game. Hit Claydon in the Eye hot time at the annual meeting of Newlands school District amount to $185,000, that Means that de by a i wed to remain the provincial Treasury was depleted two Mon Marc to in this week to the extent of that Naclion with thrown a so up amount which was paid trough Sci cd the Onnon Cwmorgan and company to the Bond a parrs a god that numb Park 1,Owers j changed from three to fight and the Hall yearly payments fall due the other petition in Ricly signed by other merchants asked that the by there were Lively  times at the annual school meeting in the Newlands that the Calgary natural Gas com school District last Friday. Robert Pany the corporation to which a. W it is also said Dingman and ii a. Bonner turned g. T. P. Lines to this City if i one from the East and r one from the North official talks tells of the plans of the company in Western a Canada Todd was the retiring trustee and he several of whom were seen by the in connection with the Farmer s Bank a Dornld this morning do not think Lailure. Is in Buffalo ,r7hiftz" lnen1,l,, 1sct1, Imi to Al a detect Lac a a Bono to Buffalo o vere natural Gas franchise obtain was up for election opposed by or. J of the i Council As adopted at last. p 1 ,.__. Cd y of or Tell Ril be Asl Kynock. There was some dispute As w. A. Lowry who Una the task of fall has commenced to bore for Gas to the qualification of non resident handling Many g. T. P. Towns Tes at Bow Island is the news brought landowners in the District. The vote 0rou8j,t with him from Winnipeg when Calgary Jan. 17.-the Alberta says Calgary the radiating Point. Of nine separate line of the g. T. A that was the cheerful information night s meeting. In fact they think a arran8e Wlton very strongly about it. Many of them immigration authorities for his decor expressed themselves in language that Talon. Tho general belief is that they did not wish published for fear Nesbitt left Canada As quickly As pos Thoy might be culled upon to apologize for speaking disrespect fully of Mem Bora of the Council. Then they proceeded to give their views As mildly As they could. In july and in january. Last Only when the Alberta and great Waterways railway company defaulted in the payment of the first of interest the province paid it Morgan s representative Las. Fisher of Winnipeg coming to the City to collect it Law he left As it is. Aid. Sago explained the reasons that the fancy goods dealers requested the change. Mayor Adams said that it appeared to him somewhat unfair that the merchants and clerks should put it up to the Council to decide and he to tie City from. Bow Island yesterday a George Hoaglin merchant and proprietor of the Bow Island town site or. Hoaglin who spent but a few hours in the City returning Home yesterday afternoon says that Twenty five carloads o machinery and pipe have already arrived at Bow Island and that a Large Force of men is worn the second instalment my due suggested that the merchants and this week and in View of the fact that clerks gel together and a Ritac at a the province has assumed the respond Compromise. A motion was passed Nihi Lity of the Bonds and has passed deferring the third Reading of the by legislation appropriating the Money Law and asking those in pc cd to get to the provincial Treasury Tho province assumes the Bonds As a provincial debt and must pay the interest thereon notwithstanding the last that the courts have not yet derided whether the Bond Money shall belong to the province or still belongs to the railway company. The province pays $370,000 yearly As interest on the Bonds. It collects from the Hanks 3j. Per cent yearly which is about $259,000, leaving a net Cost to the province of . In the meantime since the province commenced action against the Hanks to secure control of the Money the province is attempting to collect 5 per cent from the Hanks on the Money until such Tine As it is turned Over. If the province wins in its suit the Banks will be compelled to pay the Lull f per cent to the province if the Hanks win they pay Only 3j per cont. Application postponed Tho solicitors of Tho Royal Bank have consented to an adjournment until the 27th of this month of the hearing of their application to include the morgans the Standard Trust company and the Waterways company As co defendants in the suit brought by the province. Tho application will come before chief Justice Harvey on tuesday next and will then be adjourned till the 27th. This is in order that the two applications that by the Royal Bank and the applications under inter leaders by the other two Banks May be heard All upon one Day and thus Obj ate the necessity of Tho solicitors for the various parties making two trips to the City. Work of their own to take Caro of with out Hutting in on the Board of a and How and Fri Bimo body of men together in the meantime and Arlo j 01im St. Down old formulate such a at something acceptable to All stole but As he is a Man who cannot possibly avoid identification should he wish to do so they think he will come As close to the Border As possible and Imero await developments. Buffalo c. O. K. Tourso the president of the flue a caves Point to Toronto and Hoard of Trade when asked by the is at once Gupp Ovd to would so Herald for an Orpi Eslon of opinion to cup the feeling in the detective Sal 1 Olieo is that or. Nesbitt will be de Tho idea of the City Council a ported As an undesirable citizen Init a ing Day and night erecting the Machin utterly impracticable. The functions Well known lawyer claimed that this cry and getting started on the in of the City Council and the Board of would never occur. He is u wealthy Wells which arc to be bored at once. Trade Ore entirely separate and should Man and a Man of int licence and Thev further or. Hoaglin staus thai he be kept so. Alderman Hatch realized will never get him deported to said j was informed by the manager in tuts inst year and resigned from the charge that by March 31st one him cutting the skin blackening the Hoard of Trado for that very Purpe. Or ars of Phi Upin ent will have neck Eye. H took some time and Effort the City Council. I believe have ample of a a a in a it w n on the ground and that it is to Calm things Down after that. Or. Intended to bore no less than Twenty Claydon is in the City today with Wells at the time. It is generally admitted that the stood finally if for Todd and 10 or Kynock. The supporters of the latter claimed that Todd was elected by a non resident voter contrary to the school ordinance there May he a protest. The Climax came when Arthur clan Don had altercation with or. Toad with regard to the engaging of a teacher. Or. Clayrice it seems tried to set or. Todd right on some Point when according to the Story told the Herald or. Todd walked Down to Clavton and struck him on the Eye. Z to consider commission special committee named to recommend plans the presidents of Tho Board of Trade of the citizens league of the trades and labor Council together til Fey were last night appointed special commission to draw up a draft j san Etc is beyond me. It seems Liko a bad dream and i would Sii Shost thai Alderman Sugo should be seven All of Tho Board of Trade building los Tea 1 of half of it. Needless to Sny at the end of Tho Hoard of Trade year next month i will not to a candidate for any olt co under such a scheme As that proposed by the somebody is Locking the West at talked a g a i n St us the Hague last summer. London Jan. 17.-Bernard Marcuse of moghul is sailing on the Maure spoon feeding arrangements is. I. Rylands vice president of the Hoard of Trade was emphatic in his declaration. Such u spoon feeding a rang Mont Elko that will not Appeal to business men. The Board of Trade Nas got to know at the beginning what amount of Money they have got to spend. Under Tho plan proposed by who City Council they cannot Tell How much they Uro going to have or who Thor they Are going to have any at with the mayor and Aid. Bowman and ail. It is an unheard of proposal. I province of Quebec. I never know of a Board of Trado and 1 a City Council working together in publicity matters. Thuro is one thing plan whereby the commission firm sure they will not have my services of government be inaugurated in on Tho Board of Trado under sigh accordance with the decision of Tan a Jan. 21st, having from Ains ordain where he negotiating for investment returned has been of dutch Calgary natural Oas co. Is controlled by interests the company plans t0 pipe the Pas from Island to Lethbridge and thence to Calgary taking in a number of the towns on the c. Anil k. Branch on the Way the total Cost of the pipe line being in the neighbourhood of three and a half million dollars. The Mii ply of Gas at Bow Island is believed by experts to he practically inexhaustible and the Well known As old glory sunk by the a. A year ago is the most powerful in the Southern Alberta Gas Field. A bylaw amending the franchise of the Calgary natural Gas co and allowing it to charge 20 cents Pel this and Lor Gas supplied in Large i anti some others of the Dis net and a Cas in court is the expected result of the deliberations at the school meeting. He returned to the City saturday. There will be one line from Tofield to Calgary that is the Adas onto Tine there will be another from Gar which is the g. T. P. Main town and a Junction Point for Batto lord to Calgary there will be an Ouuor trom Lethbridge to Calvary Tybera win be another from Battleford through Wainwright and joining Tny Calgary Tofield line near Buffalo Lake there will be another from the Crow s nest to Calgary there will lie another Frum Moo jaw to Cak a Ary there will be another from re Gina to Calgary via Lethbridge then will he another from Moose jaw joining the Biggar line in Calgary and there will be another from wat Rous to a Point on the Biggar and Calgary hire. Street railway again mooted Aid. Tilley brings the matter to the attention of the Council whi8ker8 betray bad mangy Money Washington Jan. 16.-a mangy spot in president Benjamin Harrison s whiskers in a portrait of him on a a Bill has betrayed a gang of noun Torl Ellerb. Tuo secret service Nen picked up the now Bogie note. It is a counter foil on the citizens National Bank of Waterb iry Conn. It was made by a photo mechanical process upon a fair 1 Allty of paper but has none of the Little Tell tale silk threads so it will be very easy to detect ratepayers recorded at Tho plebiscite taken in december last Aid. Tilley moved and Aid. Good seconded the motion appointing the mayor the Heads of the various bodies and two aldermen to he named by Tho mayor. The motion carried and the mayor promptly named Aid. Bowman and Tilley a the two aldermen to sit on Tho commission. Throw Down for Board a. B. Stafford was very Emph Atlo in his opinion. He said my opinion of the matter is that it is simply a throw own for the Board of Trade s work last year. The evident purpose of the City Council is to Tonko the work out of the hands of Tho Board of Trade. Much Bong the Case Tho result will to that the City Council will Nioaka a publicity department with Aid. Sage it its head making him really the publicity commissioner of Tho City As a member of the Board of Trado 1 informs the Canadian associated l Ress that the Canadian land co. Wit i a capital of a million dollars was formed to Purchase lands near Reginia Between Tho a. And . R. And also to loan Money on farm in conformity with the Street rail-1 Way Plank lit his elation platform ties and cents per thousand for do Aid. Tille y last night moved that the Mystic Supply was submitted to Calgary ratepayers. The franchise originally read 15 cents per thousand feet for Power purposes and 25 cents for Domestic Supply the a Anil rate fixed As a maximum in the franchise Given by the City of Lethbridge. The Charm in the Calgary franchise was requested because of the distance of Milnw Mort makes. Among Tho directors were lslal111 from Calgary the original fran Playfair interests buying Northern navigation co. Annua Jan. .16.-intense Betti rest was of cited in Samla by the announce ment that Tho Inland lines limited or the Bla Fuir interests had offered to Purchase the Northern navigation co. And that the directors of the company agreed to Tho proposal subject to Tho stockholders . The directors represent ten per com. Of the four Hundred stockholders it is believed that the proposal is due to time by Tho publicity and imm Lorn to a recognition by the Flay air in Tion committee which Means that Torosa of the fact thai ultimately the if Aid. Sago Tho chairman of the com Urand trunk and grand trunk pa-1 Mitten dons not. Approve the recon Oirich will coincide with the deepening Mou Dallons will not to through the of the wetland canal with establishing Conoll and Tho Money will not to several prominent nether Laius capitalists Ami the project was reported on Javoia Alv by vice Consul Lla Tevelt. Trpic ii Ruig the Netherlands in Sas a . This Issue was placed on the Amsterdam Stock Exchange last i week and subscriptions were so i Sig i that the project was with i drawn Marcuse says this result was brought about by rumours of disparage Navo no a Oslo to work under Tho pro posed arrangement under Tho censor snap of Aid. A Jjo As to our Public i methods. We arc of course in measure responsible to the City Council for the Money spent but i object to any such arrangement a provided in the clause of the motion passed which reads sums of Money required toward Tho same end by the Board of undo will to recommended from time. Chg statements attributed to inf Vicli All water transit bet Yeti Tidewater and the head of the lakes and will engage in the Pas Songor Btij lne son the upper Lake. Spent. I am perfectly willing to step i Down and out. And let Tho City Council i h run Tho publicity work of Tho a la continued on Back Page tial i presi natives at the Hague last summer. Med pm hat pays aldermen a. -. A a a Medicine hat Jan. a a a City Council of Medicine Flat a a lust Naglit voted a yearly Sal a in a Jymy m the mayor of $2"i0 i a la with remuneration to the Aid 4" 4� Orni ii of ten dollars for each 4. A Yular mooting of Tho coun Ell Atton Dod a a Chise having been obtained when it was hoped to obtain Gas nearer to Calgary Row Island being the of Supply for Lith hdm when the franchise was obtained and the rate of 15 and 25 cents for tins City Lethbridge will have the advantage of a rate lower by live coins per thousand for Power purposes and ten cents per thousand for Domestic Supply Over Calgary. Messes. Dir Jinn and Ilonna two weeks Asto formally notified their of Lethi Bilge thai Active operations Foi the purpose it securing iras had been Eom minced in accordance with the clause of the franchise which provided thai such operations should he commenced within six months of the Date of the passage of the by Law giving the franchise. An important Junction which Baa no name at present is projected kit a Point on the Boundary Between Al Berta and Saskatchewan where thesis Gar to Calgary Battleford to cask Gary and Regina 16 the peace River roads meet. A the line from Moose jaw to Calgary or. Lowry claims will have the effect. Of making the shortest route Between i Calgary and Winnipeg in existence and he says that permission to build win be sought in the next session it i the legislature. J South of the g. T. P. Main use and i West of Regina it is intended to make it Tigard the focussing Point and the radiating Point of All the lines said or. Lowry. Much construction this year this will mean a great Deal for 1 Calgary which will have the produce City Engin i report at the earliest. 0 the surrounding country shipped. Possible Dae to the Loimil on the to Here for distribution. From what cling s of the and Oiler in i saw in Winnipeg the g. T. P. Are de ground works necessary looking to making great preparations for Puah the Early instruction of a Street rail tag Forward the construction of their Wai on fifth Street South round Calgary line in the summer. There and pan of thud ave South red we a a eat Deal of construction rat hand on such other streets As Aone 10,8 coming Mav have to be paved at the time \ somewhere Between Calgary and such Street railway is installed. J l Ofield on the projected line of the while the motion was Vine discus it. P the 10 be " divisional so. The Mavor mentioned that the Point in Asay about it at present was that it Waer Mains n part of the Bulnes 8omewhere a a Hal Vlco Nulty Ottn District would have to be changed. At. J be j user r ver this win have connection with Cago and the big american cities by direct route running through North i or Tai Regina and a Point on the the time of the Balmoral hotel fire it was said that the water pressure was not As Cood As it should have Hern As a matter of fact there was a 250-lh pressure at the pump House 1 proposed Calgary and Tofield line but the water Mains in the business near the red Deer River to kaon pos Section were not big enough to get Embly going slightly Northwest from full Bene lit of the pressure. Aid till a s motion was seconded by Aid Loonile and was carried. Bad storms raging in All parts of Spain Madrid Lan. Torma prevailed thro i shout san in yester borne parts of the country extreme july heavy Snow Falls completely Blosel cd the running of trains. Telegraph South Dakota politician dead wires wore broken on nil lines. Trav a Seattle Iau. 17,-. L. Wood of Ellers caught by the storm wore 10m-unpt Tii s. D., who was a candidate pelted to depend for food and Ali clot there. He also Points out that if the g. T. A once run a line through the mountains opposite Calvary it will mean a 1r0 mile nearer journey from Edmonton to lie const than taking Tho 1 Jho head route through to Prince it pert. A i re 4 i i i i i v a Tor a a Nior of South Dakota on Tho democratic ticket at november election died in Tho Hospital Hove last night. To Iio to Seattle three week ago to to operated on for appendicitis. On townspeople and Fanner Madrid Oregon town destroyed Seattle Jan. 17.-Tho following message hemp sent from Marshall Mela Oregon to Roseberg was a Toke Ca up by the a wireless station Here Ohi tills morning have been in a for some hours was completely iseult Lorn Iod that Tho town of Gardiner in of from the outside Wom Tho uni Oregon is totally destroyed by fire in dam broke and much damage was no doubt Many people in distress done to property at i Lier Vaa Moro. J almost impossible a or a to Lea Ion persons were Dro Wigod. I them immediately

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