Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1910 TIIE LETHBmor.B DAILY HKHALW PAGE NINE TOOM JTliOMT naked a ratepayer. "Wlion I went into tho ottlco thrne yearn ago Mr. Stlchloy was, recorder nnly. Slnco that tlmo lie huB taken ovor the duties of storekeeper In nd- illtton, for whlcli wo mod to pay a HIM S125 per mouth, and gave him iv couple of assistants besides. Mr. Stlckloy does .all this work now, and ilio work he does for me, except on very rare occasions, is done after re- gular city Mr. Oliver's Speech Mr. Oliver, spoke first. He said ho wanted the camp.lisn to bo clean and ho had tried to conduct an education- al campaign through the press. Those who read the papers would know his (liiallfications for the position. He be- lieved he possessed the training and ability to give the city good service. liioro particularly ot some mutton which would como under tho eye of tho deiiurtmeut, lie uald Ho bu- lloved In spending nonio roonoy to make tlio public cometory a beauty spot. Ho jjeltovod. that grounds for sport should bo provided on tlio north side, as It could bp dono at llttlo or no oxnoiisd; He lind.beeu asked i< gnrdlUE tha status of'tho omployoon of the different departments and what would happen if a change occurred In tlio public 'works department. Ho be- lieved all ojaployoos should hold their positions on their, merits and as long as tboy were loyal to tho city, an ef- fort should, bo made to make them contented "and keep them. With reference to the subway and the paving :ot 13th St., Mr. Oliver said the subway should certainly Be paved and 13th St. as far north as tho Stand- ard Hunk, but tho only .thing tlio com- missioner qould do would bo'to place tho work In the estimates, It wnn then up to the ratepayers to vote tho money., With reference to police arm 1 Heresthe Reme What are your symptoms? Gin Pills have relieved so many ailments that it is quite possiblo relief is to sight Sciatica for you! Look over the list to tie right. Kieumatlsm, lumbago, Sciatica .have averted by tha timely, .pajns in Bact U9a cf pains in the Side Urinary Troubles _ _ When nature fails to do her proper "work of -eliminatum through kid- neys, the bladdor, or the towels, a remedy must be found. Neglect spells disaster. By restoring the functions to regularity, the poisons are eliminated and health follows. It costs nothing to try Oin Pffla. Write for freo sample. Gin Pills BOc. a. DOS at all druggists, or 6 boles, for 32.60. NATIONAL DETJG Se CHEJHOAI. 00. OF CANADA, LIMITED Toronto, Ont. n. S. Inc. SOZ Main St., BUBalo, S.T. period of inioiniiloyinciil in tho city, sumo money'had bcuJi spent whlcli was not ulisoluldy but work had been iirovlik'i] for workmen who would oiliorwlso have had to ask for ilr. CJruco also that dur- ing Ills term ho had succeeded, with ilie help of A. Huclmuan, M.P., Su securing fi'oln tlio govcM'nmeut for the lilah luvcl bridge on ath St. and tho 13th ,St. suiiwuy. Kegarding the navlng of llitli St.. ho favored do- ing tho work UK far north as Ave. N.. but that n matter of capital jxpendlture which would have to go through the regular channels. Mr. Grace aulnnUtcd figures show- ing that there had liiicii as teady do- ing that thcro hail been a steady to partment from SlT.OOi) in in 1918; nient from 1915, and BRIG.-GEN. TURNER Popular CsuHclian officer who haa been elevated to command Canadians in England. protection, Mr. Oliver said that, con- sidering conditions, lie would favor some increase at, the present time in the police and 'fire departments. He declared he had no other inter- ests but those of the city and If elect- ed would give his whole time to tho work. Mr. Nimmons: Did I understand you to say you would increase the po- lice and fire departments? Mr. Oliver: Yes, they are inade- quate at the present time. Are you opposed to amalgamation of the two departments? No. economy is getting below the efficiency mark. MI% Grace's Speech Mr. Grace said he had for the past three years held the position of com- missioner of public works under the first commission government ot the city. They had been elected on an economy platform. If some things had not been done which the ratepay- ers might have liked to have had done, that was the reason. As econ- omy was the watchword, the first 25 m DESTROYS Save Your Halrl Make Thick, Wavy and This! Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy hair is mute evidence of a neglected scalp; of awful scurf. There Is nothing so destructive to the hair as dandruff. II rum tho hair of its lustre, its strength and ill) '.eiy life, eventually producing a feverish- ness and Itching of the scalp, whlcli if not remedied causes the hair rom SI in iyu, vu jj- remedied causes the hulr roois iu tlio gar'uasu depart-L0 loosen anil the ncnt from in to SS86H in falls ollt fUBl. A little Diuulorlnc 915, and a similar saving had been iffected iu other departments under ,uru your hair. surely him. On une ratepayer spoke .up and said part uf the money spent on Gait Gar- dens every year should lie spent on the cemetery, but Mr. Gryce said the money spent on Halt Gardens was a Got a 25-ccnt bottle of Knowlton's Danderine from any drug store or toilet counter, and after the first ap- plication your hair will tr-ke on that life, lustre and luxurinnce which Is KO beautiful. It will become wavy and as a beautuul. it win neconii! wavy aim ure'it auverusemcm lor me city, I flufty and have the appearance of a- the cemotorv should certainly bundanuo, an incomparable gloss and be iinnroved acd a'start had already I softness; but what will please you ui, imyiuvGu ,___ fpw lire-it advertisement for the niirlo i "lost vlh be after just a few week's been made. m actliany see a lot Another ratepayer wnnled to what, when the watur rates were be- J halr_now grow ing increased 10 per cent, _. Van Home were receiving water for distribution in for per were all ovor the Advertisement Aaoo and j _ _, dispute his figures, but the plan pro- distribution innaidievilie lUl I'ei uibpum ma i...... i--- month, out of which they were making rided an aerial tram to transport coal Grace explained: over the river, which wo.ukl cut tiie that the rate was set. by the city coun- cost of. that operation from per ton be mad Another man cil as a whole, and the rate to McAdoo and Van Home was as high as it could ___ to know if Jlr. Grace were ojmosed to organized labor, and why a man had been fired from his mine because he was an Mr. Grace.said his mine had lately to 25 cents. The next meeting will bo held some evening next week in the auditorium of Central school. AN IMPRESSIVE CARTOON (fly Lyman Abbott.) In the whole collection of satiric (CONTINUED niojr According to information from a source close to the Greek government Admiral OiiPonrnet telephoned to Premier Malbros, sugnesting an arm- istice which was effected after a con- ference of the 1'remler with the KlnK. While tlie conference was in progress and even after the French minister had been summoned to take part In it tiie guns Continued to boom. So- cial from Athens say the French bombarded the hill behind the palace. Teutons to Assist Greece London. Dec. An Amsterdam dispatch to the Times says that it in reported in certain circles that the central powers intend to offer assist- ance to tho king of Greece. The dis- patch says that it is suggested that tho Greek refusal to surrender arms and ammunition will bo followed by a declaration of war against the allif-y. FAVORS FREE DARDANELLES Sir Edwin Pears Opposes Giving Constantinople to Russia Kew York. Sir Edwin Pears, for forty years leader of the cosmopoli- tan "bar in Constantinople last night at Horace Mann Auditorium, Colum- bia University, made a strong argu- ment against the possession of Con- stantinople and control of the Dar- danelles by Russia after the war. He cast discredit upon the report that England and France had prom- ised Constantinople to Russia. Referring to the report that there was a bargain among the, allies by which Russia is to get the Dardanelles and Constantinople, Sir Edwin said: "I do not accept that report. I say only that if the bargain was made, it will be kept. Mr Grace said his mine had lately In the whole collection ot saunc, will Da Kept. been'organized and lie had made no j art which I have had the opportunity "it will be' a great misfortune to objection and if a man had been dls- to examine I have found nothing Russia, were she to get Constantl- missed some tinio ago It was because more impressive than a cartoon Constantinople in the hanils ___' Mislmrl l hfilieve. on the anniversary nf TtiiKtiia wclild mean that sho would thiiig lie after taking office was to try to cut down the cost of tho engineering department. In 1913, the 'year before taking office, the depart- ment had spent which had cost in salaries, or .B.2 per cent, for administration.. In 1914, the first year of commission government the department spent at a cost of or 5.2 per cent, tor ad- ministration. In 1915 it cost to or 6.4 per cent., while this year was being spent at a cost of or 7 get cent, for ad- ministration. The city therefore re- ceived 90 cents for every dollar spent under al'dermanic form of government md 95 cents out of every dollar since Mr. Grace declared that during the tlie superintendent had some good I llriied. I believe, on the anniversary reason for his action. of tho sinking of the Lusttama. It Asked his opinion as to increasing consists of a perfectly simple gravo- tlie nolice and fire department staff, I stone, with one mourner bowing her Sir Grace said he thought the organ- head over it, and the following m- izatlon was now efficient and no in- if' crease necessary. Mo declared the police and fire department had not boon as efficient In years as at present. Dr. Thompson wanted to know if it was the city's intention to connect up the high pressure system in North Lethbridge in the coming year. Mr. Grace said the work would bo done if the money were available. Mr. Harris of the Trades and La- bor Council, wanted to kuuvT some tilings about the proposed purchase of the Graco mini- by the city and asked Mr. Grace it he thought the mayor's figures, that the city could make a profit of a year out of an output of tons, were cor- rect. Jlr. Grace said the mayor was a mining engineer and he would not scription engraved upon it: In Memory of 115 American Citizens Men, Women And Children Murdered by a Nation Too Savage to Spare Abandoned by A Country Too Proud to Fight May 7, .1915. Horrible Example "Your husband is quite a trial." "Yes, but his shortcomings are use- ful in'a way. After viewing him at close range our cook says she would never risk getting married. And we'd hate to lose bar, that's a fact." ot Russia wrtild mean that sho would lave a seaport 300 miles from the mainland. Perhaps Russia would need a road to Constantinople. A road through the Balkans would be the only path. For Russia to put a road through the land of her friends, o annex those that is what it not a prospect pleasing to a statesman. Sir Edwin advocated "letting Con- stantinople alone." By that, he ex- plained, ho meant that at the end of ;he war all forts and hindrances to ;he use of the Dardanelles would be swept away and that they should be free for free as the Straits of was the way ho expressed It. Wilh the Xnuis mul Year's Oracl- ing old friends, enclose your Por- trait. It's the ideal re- membrance because it's the next best thing lo a visit. Make the Appointment Early Smith's Portrait Studio flOG 3rd Ave. S. Phone 1471 COLD, BAD BREATH E Best for Liver and Bowels, for Bllloui- ness, Sour Stomach and Cons- tipation. Get a 10-cent box now. Furred Tongue, Bad Colds, Indiges- tion, Sallow Skin and Miserable Head- iches come from a torpid liver and dogged bowels, which cause your stomach to become filled with undi- gested food, which sours and ferments ike garbage in. a swill barrel. That's .he first step to untold digestion, foul gases, bad breath, yel- ow skin, mental fears, everything that SUBSCRIBE. FIRST TO THE Lethbridge Patriotic Fund IT'S YOUR DUTY THEN TURN TOUR ATTENTION TO WHAT Copper Mmin (NON-PERSONAL TO OFFER YOU limited DON'T READ THIS IF YOU HAVE TOO MUCH MONEY It is presumed you read the Delta Copper quarter page advt. in Thursday's and Saturday's papers. If you have not done so get one and read our state- ments of facts The company is well aware that thousands who did read our advt. said to themselves: "This is merely another oil stock proposition. Now to those who took that view, we wish to say it is manifestly unfair, as there is absolutely no similnnly or reason for comparison. I he Delta Copper Company Limited, was not incorporated under wild excitement, but only after months of investigation engineers and careful deliberation of roriJrvatlve business men who were not afraid to invest tl-ousands of dollars of their own money and to put their own holdings in escrow, to be released ontv wC, earaeTa dividend on the outstanding stock. Could anything be more fair to the Does his not also prove the faith these mep havein the success of the Company when they were agreeable to do this? and at the snme .time to agree that no salaries be paid officers and directors? !--i Is it any wonder that shares at 35c was subscribed for in their right up _to the surface to ,neet them, and the sur- liome city of Edmonton in a few .weeks? Consequently when Delta Coppers slate they have 21 mineralized mining claims they have them, and more, when it is stated that one of. the five veins on the property can be traced for 4000 feet, averaging 4 to 6 feet wide, it is an absolute fact. With four other veins running through the'property proves that the mountains are heavily mineralized. But should you desire further proof we can say that the Roche Deboule Copper Mine adjoins our property. Here is a mine that started shipping June, 1915, and by the end of the year had ore carrying Ibs. of copper, be-si'les gold and silver values. And when it is stated that the Delta Copper's five veins are m the "same formation and similar in every'characteristic, Delta Coppers engi- neers are not know 'it. Can you answer tins question: What would the shares of an oil company be worth that could guarantee you thai at a depth of, say 2500 feet, they would strike a lake ot crude oil! This represents the opportunity offered you by Delta Coppers, only with this difference: They don't even have to'bore for ore comes. RESTRICTION USE OF GRAIN FOR MAKING INTOXI- CANTS IS. URGED Edmonton, Dec. to view of the pronouncement of Mr. Runciman in the British house of commons re- cently, concerning the restriction of the use of grain for making intoxi- cants, the time has come in the Do- minion when enei'B'otic action should be taken along similar lines as a mat- ter of military -.'expediency, was the general opinion of "the delegates who attended the recent temperance con- gress at Toronto, according 'to A. W. Coone, general1 secretary of the Al- berta Temperance and Moral Reform League. No definite action was how- ever, says Mr. Coone, it being thought vise to call a larger and more ropre- entative convention for December 14th, at tha Chateau Laurier at Otta- va. Each .province will-be able to consider the matter at length in the meantime and their rpim-ientaUva vlll thus be able to discuss the mat-, er more Intelligently and with the orce of public opinion behind them. Three outstanding issues were tak- ._ horrible and nauseating. A Casearot tonight will give your constipated bowels thorough cleansing and straighten you out by mornlng.tThey work while yon 10-cent box from jour druggist will keep you feel- Ing good for months Millions of men and women take a Cascaret now and then to keep their stomach, llverland bowels legulated, and neve'r a miserable moment. Don't forget the insider'need a good, gentle cleansing, face of these veins run almost entirely in copper from to per ton at present prices. The assays made by the University of Alberta of samples from the vein on which the company starts work showed values of to per ton. As mining, shipping and smelting should not exceed to the ton you can figure the profits for yourself. Did you ever read about the Britannia Copper Mine of. B. C.? Do" youvknow it is the greatest copper property of the British Empire? Or the Granby Group Mmes that are producing millions in dollars, not in a year, but in months? But who owns them, Canadians? No. American investors, the same sis they own everything else worth while in B. C. 'Delta Coppers is situated near Hazelton, in B. C., only three miles from the Grand Trunk Pacific railwaj, in one of the richest mining districts of i ho province. Advertising Costs money, and what is wanted is to convince you in the shortest possible lime and space that this is your chance and oppor- tunity to invest in something that is right. Copper is a war baby at 32c per p'ound, and is the King of metals, and will be for ten years after the war is over. Don't allow the oil boom to warp ?our judgment. Don't allow it to cause you a second loss by preventing you from taking advantage ot Delia Loppcrs. Link your fortunes with men of men of creative and executive ability. _, -n i No rash statements have appeared in any of our ads. and none Trill appear, but we have no hesitancy in stating that within JO dajs jou will have no regrets that you bought these shares.- coppERg AT pER gHARR Ore, Maps, Reports, may be seen at our ,DOWSLEY LAND AGENCY, COALDALE BLOCK. i' Open Evenings, 7 to 10. Don't hesitate to call or write for information. Our advice: Get in now. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED B.Y DELTA COPPER COMPANY, LTD. Dowsley Land Agency, Block, Lethbridge CALORY OFFICE, 209 8th AVE. w, CALGARY i f't, ______ en up-at the Toronto being (1) .Dominion-wide prohibition.; (2) provincial control importation; and (3) a referendum on. Dominion- wide prohibition. SIR WILFRID LAURIEIR TO SPEAK IN QUEBEC Ottawa, Nov. "Wilfrid IAUE- ier will make another appeal for're- cruits m tho province of Quebec next week He will address a Tocraiting gathering at Quebec city on Deo. S, at which Sir Loiner Oauln, pre- mier ot the province, will preside. YOU can save Belgian lives! Though you cannot fight and kill Germans, you can.give and save some of their helpless Belgian victims, three million of whom must be fed or starve. So little is needed to feed a Belgian family, and so economic- ally are contributions handled by the B llgian Relief Commission, that there are veiy X few oj us who could not provide for at least one family through this winter, or till the end of the war. a than lOc. a do it! 'How- easily you could save that much from your little how much it would rosan to some Belgian mother and her hungry, little Wouldn't a little lelf-denial now be richly bf. knowing, when the Wiir is over, that you had done your part, Wld had saved precious lives for our unfortunate Allies Enrojl your name to-day among those who are doing'their bit in this way Send your subscription weekly, monthly or ill" one lump sum to Local or Provincial Committees, or, j- Send Cheques' Payable to S9 SST. PETER STREET, MONTREAL Feeds a Belgian Family One Month. bt sent lo Mr. A. Buchanan, Chairman. 1 Belgian Relief Committee, Lellibridge.