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 Tim win Tanii Sii a it. 1911. The Leth badge daily Herald Page the kind Tia pleases the Pep a costs no More than the e Ordinary kinds complies with allure food Laws Desno contain Alum full weight one Pound cans Madei in Canada. . . Salaries increased aldermen in dark advances in waterworks department a Surprise talk of reducing electric Light rates the first afternoon session of the City Council Lack stove polish is the Best polish in the biggest Box. It is a paste and far less trouble than any other preparation. A gentle rub brings out a Brilliant lasting Shine. Is without a rival for polishing stoves pipes grates and ironwork. If your dealer does not carry Black Knight stove polish in Stock Send us his name and Ioc and we Grill Send a full size tin by return mail. A tie f. F. A icky it unto a Umilta. It. 32 Matt of Ike famous i in shot who. Don t favor Shorter hours business men express opinions against continual hold outs theatrical the loth Bridigo business men s protective association held their annual meeting in St. Augustin s Hall last night with president h. A. Meskil lop in the chair. 1 Secretary .1. Kennedy read a report showing that while there was not a Largo fund in the Treasury the financial condition of the association is gradually improving. One of tin1 objects of the association is to assist the business Iron in every Way and it was decided to add a collection department to Aid in the collection of had debts forms for the Secretary s use were approved. One of the business men stated that there was a growing feeling among before the Council got into session Elded in the by Law. He Kite osted this afternoon owing to the delay of that it would Cost eight cents per run the arrival of Aid. Tuley and Oliver Nung foot to maintain the boulevards Nero was an informal discussion on the mayor said it would not com any Tho electric Luht rates. Aid. Bowman thing like eight cents a foot to keep and the mayor wore both confident Tho boulevards. The installation of that Tho rates could be Cut Down to the watering Plant for the boulevards 10 cents per a Allawatt hour and still is done in the original Cost and does make a profit. Aid. Sage urged the not come under maintenance mayor to take a Chance on it. But Aid. Bowman thought it was a mis the mayor did not think it Wise to Tako to attempt to Boulevard Tho make a move until supt. Read returns whole City at once. It should be done upon the arrival of Aid. Tuley the in sections and get it completed. He mayor declared the meeting open and thought that a Good Deal of Money proceeded to Clear up the business in had been wasted. Aid. Sago gave be in shed last night. Nement corroboration of these state ii fore going ahead the Secretary read a communication from John a. R Rozard of the stores department asking for an increase from $80 to $70 per month the scale of wages and when n change a is noted the reason ought to be known. U was up to the Secretary either himself or through a clerk to keep a Check on these things. Aid. Talley pointed out. That in the Engineer s department Thero was an increase in salaries this year from ,180 to is 2,720 or an increase of "�3,440 for 1911 Over 11 10. This was of course due to More work being undertaken but the Council should know of the salaries being paid l he Secretary produced a report showing that the local improvements this year Are $11 0,600 As against some-�13k,000 in 1910. This extra expend Ture would necessarily mean More Money for superintending. Hold Heads responsible it was moved. B y Aid. Talley and no Mun that the Bend of each department shall be held responsible for ill increases in salaries of men employed by his department and that a reciter any increases made with out the Sanction of the flounce com edited by Uno phones of flog 1994 Rob Denok 030 Joyn ble of the season. The genial president and the entire social committee were indefatigable in their efforts to make everyone feel at Home. After a. Short guessing contest in which the parts of a watch wore very evidence the program opened with mrs. Robert Reynolds Sod London an instrumental duet the la Tsalel Road will be at Home tomorrow. Overture Well rendered by miss Lois Mackenzie and miss Dis Beth. Mesa Batt readily won the sympathy of All in the Solo Adams Galilee mrs. Nelson being her accompanist. The an social and personal visiting Days hostesses to Morrow mrs. S. A. Cunningham. Mrs. B. L. Cope. Mrs. Mob turn is entertaining the Bridge club this evening. Mints especially with regard to the planting of tree. The mayor thought the most Money had been wasted in making boulevards and tearing them up again. To said that the Only Way j. H. Fleetwood asked for leave of to get Over the waste is for curb com absence from Jan. 23 to 28 so that he could attend the Alberta school trustees convention at Wetaskiwin. A petition was read asking Tor a sewer along London Road to serve lots ill Block b and lots 21 to 37, 124. It was signed by messes. Mittee to meet and reorganize Tho work of their departments. That la the Only Way they can get value for Money expended. The whole work must be reorganized. Each committee can consider the work of its department and report to the Council Pracht Mcevo Barber Kunst Gibbons and Tho whole thing can be threshed Marshall 8eatle, Reuter and others out to a satisfactory basis. Of the unfinished business Tho mat the City s chief Boulevard and tree Ter of c. M. Arnold s application for Man or. Mitchell had a report which increase of salary was Laid Over to the Secretary produced for Aid. Be considered with other similar a Goode s information As to what had plications. Tho application of the salvation army for a Grant we also Laid Over. The Council then proceeded to Dos pantages will play Here taken All around the Bill at the Empire this week is a Pood one. In one respect it is Good enough to fool. The critics who have referred to the employees in this regard Are or Ivity and Good look of miss Croin holidays and Shorter hours and it was pointed out that in no lines of Industry in this City Are the hours too Long. Comparing the working Day Here with other parts of the country it was shown that some of Tho demands unreasonable and the sense of the acct Wei miss Cromwell indeed who ing was that it would be a hardship said so her Grace movements All on out of town people and others to her own truth it is nevertheless shorten the hours or close places of it. La a very Clever act. Just imported Huntt is for half a Day. Rora the balls of Good old London. To. Association decided that Thev it is full of Energy and cleverness would Suu 1 firmly against the num and is bound to prove popular Vav advert so Sec is with which tit to w t 16 we out a Appeal for funds and or. And mrs. Hup Handy is some. ,. ,. Thing fresh in soap Bubble Lino. To "t4cd that they All Gnu the lady has a vein of rather. From Macbeth pm the evening of feb a b Tnp to Pitlon of Matron which Rumary 10th in the Central school and be aft fcb Ruttjr lat   i three applications were Laid aside foe Robe turned vein of rather in face Bhe reminds one rather strikingly of Yvette Gull Lucs was brought up and the Mcm Hert. Tho same color hair the same Bers Felt that the athletics of Leth nose and Tho in my Long Bridge should he put on a Pav in gloves and outstretched fingers is. As it is it is a continual i Hia act is As we have said Tilto hand out and the members can not and it is also Vulto entertaining help nil yet feel that if they refuse the same May be said of the sketch ency arc prejudicing people a inst on Tho rocks which deals with their i acc of business and that in two actors out of work and looking ,., it is nothing Hul a hold up. For a Job. 1 year. Aid. Goode wanted to get de that there was nothing Complete yet unite information As to whether the the mistake bad been made Threa work done last year had been done years ago when too much was attempt within the estimates. The Secretary de and As yet nothing had been com got or. Arnold s figures which show pitted there not being a Street that de the estimated Cost and the actual was finished. Aid. Talley suggested Cost. Aid. Goode maintained that it finishing up the District which had was very important to know that the been started but Aid. Bowman said work waa being done within the Estl it was More than could be done this mates. Year. The mayor suggested in connection Aid. Bowman said that there was Ltd the application for sewer that 16000 spent on boulevards last year the Council appropriate a sum of Mon and he thought there should be Moro by to provide for Tho construction of to show for it Revenue producing local improvements Aid. Goode and Talley moved that Arter the estimates had been passed. Or. Mitchell to instructed to prepare Aid. Frayne moved that the Engin a detailed report showing exactly Eer s estimates of local improvements what improvements Trees living or be Laid Over to to Oon soldered at a dead boulevards prepared for seed charge of Tho streets under the City Engineer whom the Council will hold All the girls who Are taking part n further consideration one of them Resno Msihie for Tho condition of the Tho comic Onera Bilee to Flor win being from a local woman and a responsible for Tho. Condition of atthe Majestic metro Tom wow i bumber q Bills work ordered p8jld a t afternoon it 3 o clock. The Princl Ino blocking of the sidewalks of pai8 win rehearse at 4 o clock in the polite the Hull Block was brought up theatre by Aid. Sage and led to further Dos    cuss on. Tho mayor said that the or. And mrs. O. A. Anderson and permit to use a part of the sidewalk or. And mrs. F. E. Mason left for los or Street could be used for a certain Angeles California this morning where they will spend the next six or eight weeks. The Rocol s saxophone Quartetti Are Fino musicians some of the members or which Havo visited Calgary and Art old favourites. Their play lug Hist Light of Tho two step Dublin dais Loa Tho Beautiful so Totte Luela glow worm William Tell and the Yum Yum tree was very much appreciated Ify a Large audience which was very insistent in the matter of encores. This Complete Bill at Tho Empire shows no Fulling off in the matter of High class entertainment and a sue coastal week is 11era id. These remarkable performers will appear it Tho Majestic on thursday Anil Friday evenings of this week. Manager Sherman wishes to determine whether or not the theatre oin Public of Leth Bridson like High class vaudeville tannins acts Are the Standard in Tho Vau Dovillo world. The pan Tnge Hill Mark is the Lodge of you Doville excellence. They arc supporters special meeting. To carried. Early closing again Sam Mcmorran on behalf of Tho clerks Union appeared before the Council about the Early closing bylaw protesting against the proposed change keeping the stores open for six evenings before Christmas. Aid. Sage said that messes. Rylander of. The Hudson s Bay co., and re Pluf of the Bentley co., had agreed to it. Of i but or. Mcmorran said that these athletics and would like to help in a More uniform Way. The following officers were elected president ii a Mckillop vice president w. .1. Nelson Secretary j. Kennedy i executive r. A. Cunning Ham a. Price j. W. Rawdon a. V. Mcguire j. A. Johnston l. Ii. Fowler k. J. Sehl e. Hagell. Fire at a memorial Hospital Chicago Jan. 17.-the Iroquois emergency Hospital Eroc Tod is a memorial to six Hundred people who lost their lives in the Iroquois theatre fire seven years ago narrowly escaped destruction by flip just before it was Loren Fly opened for Patlen. The fire was discovered in a pile of Excelsior in the rear Early today and did considerable damage. Maine la sure to elect cons. F. Johnson Democrat of Waterville to Tho u. S. Senate. Rhode Island will meet hoary .1. Elf Flat Republican. Suffer from cold at Halifax Halifax Jan. 17.-the weather is Nineon Bolow Zero Here and Thero is a High wind. Humidity is causing intense suffering. Men had agreed to the three Days. The mayor suggested leaving it Over until the next regular meeting and in the meantime get Tho opinion of every body concerned. Aid. Tilley and Goode thought they should delay until they can get a by Law that will stand the courts. Mcmorran objected to its being Laid Over and said that All fair stores had agreed to the three Days with the exception of the fancy goods dealers. Aid. Sage thereupon got up and said that the fancy goods men had agreed on eight evenings but compromised on six. L he mayor declared Tho matter closed. Long talk on boulevards . Robinson brought up Tho matter of the boulevards the plans and expenditure made two years ago at a Cost of 121,000 upon which the City is still paying five per cent interest. The work has never been finished. In reply to the Secretary Tho City Engineer had said that it would Cost 910,000 to Complete the work pro no reason for doubt a statement of facts backed by a Strong guarantee to guarantee compelo Relief of nil Puffe reib from constipation. In every easy where we fall we will Supply Tho medic no free. Rexall orderlies Are a gentle effective dependable and Safo Bowel regulator Strong Nener and tonic. They re establish nature s functions in a quiet easy Way. They do not Causo any griping or nausea. They Are so pleasant to take and work so easily that they May be taken by anyone at any time. They thoroughly one up the whole system to Honl thy activity. Rexall orderlies Are unsurpassable and Ideal for the use of children old folks and delicate persons. We cannot too highly recommend them to All sufferers from any form or constipation und us attendant evils. Two sizes 10c and 2fic. Remember you can obtain Yoxall remedies in thib Community Only at our tie Wexall Stoy 4. 0, & co Winnipeg Grain Market Winnipeg Jan. 17.-May wheat opened 98 5-8, closed 99 3-4 july opened 1.00 1-4, eloped 1,00 7-8 Cash wheat no. 1 nor. 95 1-2 no. 2 nor. 92 1-2 no. T nor. 89 1-2 no. 4 nor. 85 1-4 no. 5, 78 1-4 no. 0, 73 feed 62. Oats no. 2, c.w., 33 1-2 Barley. No. 3, 50 no. 4, 40 rejected 38 feed 30. Flax no. 1, n.w., 2.48. Telegraphic brief8 the Deacon shirt company Whoso Plant was recently burned at Belleville will rebuild at once and occupy temporary quartets in the meantime a Man named Clark and his daughter mrs. Hot. Young were hold up by an armed Man while driving on the Caledonia Road saturday night. Clark gave up $1, out of several Hundred dollars lie had. Cd. Kastin a former inn owner of the Saskatchewan province was in town last week looking on the u. S. Side of the line. He has gone to Leth Bridge to visit with relatives until the Chinook floats the Snow from the country won he will return to make a selection what every woman knows no woman can decorate her head with false hair in the shape of rats puffs switches and transformations and make it appear natural. Hair growing on the Scalp it adorns is the Only kind that always looks right. There is a Grace and Beauty in natural hair which is not to to mistaken. No Bro s Herpicle permits the luxuriant growth of Beautiful hair. It kills Tho Dandruff germ preserves the hair and Galvos it the life and brightness of True hair health. Every woman May have Beautiful glorious hair growing on her own head. There be no secret about it use Newbro s hop Leldo. Send 10c in postage for Sample and Booklet on the care of the hair to the Herpicle co., dept. R., Detroit Mich. One Dollar bottles nre0$il0odily one Dollar size bottles Are sold and guaranteed by All the leading druggists. Applications May be obtained at tha Best Barber shape and hair dressing Parlours. J. O. Hugl Botham t co., ltd., special agents boulevards completed on each Side of each Street by blocks As per detailed map attached outlined in red Ink. It was pointed out that until the work is Compla led none of the improvements could be charged up against the property improved. In the meantime the City a carrying the whole Cost at present $21,000. Aid. Goode stated that he was having no i quarrel with or. Mitchell but to merely wanted information necessary for the administration of that department. Or. Fleetwood was Given Tho Leavo of absence asked for. Who increased salaries Aid. Bowman suggested taking up the matter of salaries. Aid. Frayne said the men of the electrical department wanted to get in on the increases if there were any going but their superintendent or. Hold 1b away. Aid. Bowman proposed to Lay Down a general principle that a Job to Worth a certain salary and unless the men put in extra time there to no increases or As the mayor said if a Man can t hold Down the Job at the Start he should not have it. The electrical department salaries wore loft As they Are there being no requests for in increase. In looking Over the waterworks list Aid. Bowman noticed that time keeper Johnston s salary had been raised from to to $70. Lie knew nothing of it. Neither did Tho mayor. There was Surprise. Who did it and when by whose authority was it done Tho foremen had bad their hourly wage increased also. Tho Aldo men did not have and objection to the rates paid but to the Way it was done. Secretary Robinson found out that Tho changes had been Mado in Juno last. Who increased them asked Aid. Bowman. I Don t know said or. Robinson. You ought to. You sign the cheques retorted Aid. Bowman. You ought to know Why the changes Are made. Aid. Bowman and the others went through the list of Ballmes and found other changes made. Somo had been authorized but others Lind not Aid. Bowman said to had no objection to Tho amount paid but he thought that they should be authorized by Tho Council by the adoption of Tho reports from the Heads of the departments. Or. Robinson could not see that he should be held responsible for knowing about the wages Naid each one me thought the Foremon Olio make up the time sheets Are responsible. Aid. Bowman and Aid. Goodo held that All the cheques should be chocked up with number of Days l a permit were matter is tip to Tho Ponce. Aid. Bowman and Talley moved that the City be divided into six improvement districts and that the streets and lanes in said districts be inspected by the Street Foreman once a week and that Hugh Scott be such Loreman to report to and to be under the authority of Tho City Engineer in respect to ail matters relating thereto. Lila was curried. The Secretary s office with regard to the Secretary s of lice Aid. Bowman said that there should be More help Thero As at present Thore is not Tho care taken in some things that there should be. He thought there should be a minimum salary and maximum salary a the efficiency of an employee increases As he gets used to Tho work. Secretary Robinson said that if he had another Man to could give the Council any reports they want. Aid. Bowman complained that he could not get information at the office As to How the Money being spent on work is being kept within the Revenue. The Secretary said that the c8tlmatos would Nave to to made ahead if such a report were to be Given. Then Aid. Cowman gave n Little address on the Way Money is spent in a Way not in tended in the estimator and How it was impossible to estimate expenditures in a Young and growing City for twelve months ahead. Aid. Bow Martt speaking of the clerical work done jumped into the fellow whoever he was who compiled the voters list which he characterized As that he made it himself and with the grossly incorrect. Or. Robinson said except Lou of one Page left out it was Correct. Aid. Bowman proceeded to Sho a that there were Othor errors such As having both men and their wives in it property owners left out Etc. Aid. Tilley said that they should be c. Daniels president of the Alber the regular monthly routine business dealt with.    the postponed business meeting of the we .t.u. Will be held in the wac Ley Church club rooms Friday afternoon at three o clock. A Large amount of important business will come before this meeting to securities co. Mrs. Daniels Ohil a and every member is urged to make a Dren and maid loft for California special Toa tend As the tort i this morning. Or. Daniels will return ,. In about two months bin mrs. Daniels or a mar of two of to directors and children will remain in Riverside 1ms expired the vacancies will be till until late in the Spring. V  a we. Alexander merchant of Mooso jaw who is a brother of mrs. G. Moth of this City has been the guest of or. And mrs. Moth Salto 2. Mcleay blk., for several Days. He left this afternoon for Calgary Aud Banff and other Points West. Clubs and societies the members of the Carnation club Are holding another dance in the k. Of p. Hall thursday evening of this week. Need s orchestra will furnish Tho music and a delightful time May to expected. The hour of dancing is 8.30. De at this meeting. Also a score Ary for the . For the ensuing year will be elected. At this meeting the first annual financial report of the y.w.c. Residence will to submitted. A special meeting of the daughter and maids of England will to held at the Home of the president mrs. A. J. Warren tomorrow evening. Tho members arc urgently requested to to present. The newly organised s Oung ladles Bible class that has a membership of Twenty will meet at the Home a. Of of mrs. A. L. Foster tomorrow even Tor the i the Mombert of Tho a. Y. P St. Cyprian s Church will enjoy a no it g o clock to elect officers Sleigh ride tomorrow evening they and Voung ladies in will meet at the Corner coi Ortlund and   Coutts Street at 7.50 promptly and not attending other Sabbath after a couple of hours drive around i schools Are cordially invited to tic Tho City Thoy will to entertained at tend this meeting and become a Mem More carefully undo. It was thought i the result showed hard study on Tho that it could to Moro accurate if Taji part of All Tho participants and Tho in off the assessment Roll. It should be made earlier to that the City could be divided into Mote polling divisions. Tho Council is still in Scop Iii As the Herald goes to press. The remainder of Tho report will appear in tomorrow s Issue. Tho Home of or. And mrs. Fisher. M. L. Peck of the paleo livery will furnish two Large sleighs each drawn by four horses to Thero will be ample room for everyone. A 9  Tho debate women do Moro toward the furtherance of missions than Afen held in Tho Wesley league room last oven Long proved a very successful one. Mrs. Owns and mibs i. wore most Able exponents of their sex and had their fact Well arranged Aud backed up by verifying figures. The negative ride. Or. It. I Scadden and or. Shanti produced a lot of data in support of their Ursum Iii but Whilo citing instances both in ancient and modern he Story to prove their Side yet failed to give conclusive Tati Misti to strengthen their argument allow Over her of the class. Ulcers and sores cannot resist Zam Buk s Power Healing whooping cough croup asthma Ccu ohs bronchitis Catarrh cords Uoti a a a itipte.iaf9nnd�tcc Vlf Trc-4tm�t.t f.-. Ruu Blat Struj i. \ r Ity i hit of Rox Ysma v \ it if Cuni it Hoij Itotia a. It it Lam. For rare Root to theft. I Lar a vol dipl a until la nut Vii Jud of every tar a the fun Vul t ten j 11�\ \ Tho.-oov". Nauru if re a Thil Abbt. Tiibi Uvari nolo to Mulh Cra Ritli in Laa run Iii an. A Judi Poilu 1 or toil to. Am druggists try orig Oloph Antl i in Puoti Row to a 1 Lata to Robt Throat. Thor Uro us Rupla Tom in and Antu Pauo. Of Jour Dzuira lat or Iron Nal i. In a Alai vips crib Tom co. Cemini film bids. Montreal an illustration of the Way in which Zim Buk cures even the most serious and chronic cases of ulcers eruptions and sore la provided by or. H. In kor of Glon Cairn ont. He says i would not have believed that any remedy to old cure to quickly and at Tho bume Lime so effectively As Zara Buk cured me. My face began to to covered with a kind of rash which itched and irritated. This rash then turned to sores which discharged freely and began to spread. 1 first tried one thing and then another but nothing seemed to do to any Good and the eruption got worse und worse until my face was just covered with running sores. Apart from Tho pain which was very badly face was such a Ter As not tit to go state when Somo Ono advised to to try Zam Buk. I got a Supply and marvellous As it. May bound within Little under a month Overy sore on my face waa healed. I was to amazed that i have told the fuels to so Crul persons and i have no objection to your stating my experience for Tho Benefit of other Zim huk h purely herbal in com i position and is the iils Ftp b for or. J. D. Hugl Botham has kindly j babies and Young children for whose contented to Alvo an illustrated ice Lender so Iii coat so. Oil Monts ure so tuvo on this will no 1 Dnn Germiah in link is a Suro cure for doubt to most interesting and it in cold sore chapped hands Frost bite hoped May to enjoyed not Only by blood Poison vat Coso sores a piles Tho regular attendants but by Many. 101vs ringworm in fluted Debute was consequently very interesting. The judges mrs. Kalte or. G. Ynman re und or. Shuer Liltz awarded the debate to the affirmative. A v a one. Of the most enjoyable ovo Ninga in connection with St. Cyprian s a. Y. P. A., was spent at Tho Homo of \ i it m e. Harrison Bruce St. Last oven Roll la f fun hot 1 w ing. The Young people numbered but l8 was a 1 about thirty Flo and Tho oven Long passed Imi Nily in competitions interspersed v. Ltd musical numbers. Two Woll cello solos by miss Davidson Delfi Hood everyone. Delicious refreshments Wero isor Ved in abundance and after singing and prayer the Happy baud reluctantly departed. Tho next meeting of the society will to held on monday evening january 23rd lust. Cyprian s Church at x o f t cd. Strangers who will be made most Welcome. Matches babies eruptions and chapped places cams Burns Brul bes and Tho social mooting of Tho Knox Sone Rully. All dog Gesu Church Westminster Guild huh Well lore Sella 50c Box or Post. Utle mud last ovoid Iii and oven out j free irom am Bult co., Toronto upon ivs Eilt h loll it Ulie of Tho a Quot Uli j 1 oct tips of pvt it t

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