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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Dafly NO. 2. LETH8RIDOE, ALBERTA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1309. VOTED DOWN SUNDAY CARS Action Of Strathcona Electors- Municipal Election Results Saskatchewan Gronfe-ll: Councillors. H. J. McLeod, C. J. Rosborough, D. C. Dun- bar, J. C. Smith, Dr. Henry. Stoughton: Mayor, David acclamation; councillors, Dr. Robert MacKenzie and M. V. Morrison, accla- mation. W uussei, 57. Aldermen: K. A. Va'p Onriun. S8; G. I. Mitcuell, 7U; G R Powell, 71; Peter Hammer, 04; iiM'.ry '-Unison, 57; first three elected, .-cl'ool Trustees: P. Monroe, 125; G. Bullock, 11 G; Robert xbey, first .areo elected. British Columbia New A. Lee president of th board of trade today defeated Mayor W. H. Keary .or past 8 years mayor of tliis city for mayor for 1010. Lee's majority 70. RESULTlOF GiVIC ELECTIONS Sage, Frayne and Oliver For City Council; Stewart an For School LOCAL OPTION IN SASKATCHEWAN OUR EXHIBIT i Reg'.na, Dec. option jvas voted on in several municipalities m t Tf A i Saskatchewan yesterday. In the rural A I I I Wl 14 A municipality of Indian Head it was j fl parried bv 132 to 58. In Milestone u i v Mayor Elias Adams Aldermen unitedly Plumping There was a good deal of plumping j 1 majority oi 9 against. In Yellow Grass i carried by one majority. Moosomin, j carried by 0 majority. .Lethbridge stood behind their nominee. Arthur -'ve' hiuv'practically a in the S0uth. where James Abii-- 'o-is -oie S3 being yelled for got 24 such votes exactly as .Robert Sage und 133 in tij0 south, who re-i m.my as all tne other aldennamc !Arthur Frayne 'William Oiiver i Aslieroft................. Rex Virtue.................. i E. A. Sharman................. i j. BoiiUcn................. JF. Brown.................. j Public School Trustees J. S. Stewart 'G. M. Johnston I Robt. Ximmons Separate School Trustees JR. V. Gibbons Ashcroft ran -third south cl'. track, by. virtus oi twenty-four; j plumpers he got, .261 i vote was not. eouncil wiu be com- or r jot, but. Ins North d s-lge. Frayne up to expectations, rjiiver. The public school board u i tr T7M St. John, N- B., Dec. l3.-Dr. W. T. Grenfell, the Labrador misskmarv th' "Milestone- Mayor, J. R- Mackenzie; ho spent sorae. hours here today on '.and Jouncillors. J. Jacobs, J. W. Mitchell; way to x-ewfoundlalld irom. the I aldermen Dr. M. V. Gallivan .2421 !HK 20. composed of J. H. Fleetwood, For nevv men jumping into the con-; g. D. Austin, Dr. J. S. at the last minute. Yv. R. Virtue Q. H. Johnston., the same; f'nd K. A. Sharman made ,or thc, two years. 129 and 119 respectively, their; The school board will in-j main strength being in tlio southern T. 5. Kevin, F. Kenny. Dr. Gal-l If Not Of Prizes Is Of Heaps Of Praise and Interest Under the date of Omaha, Dec. 9, J. McNicoi, in charge of the Leth- bridge exhibit at the Corn Exposition, writes as follows: "Your telegram came in last even- ing and 1 wired you a reply at once. _________ j j. perhaps should apologize to the Leth- I bridge public for not having wired you Baddock C B., Dec. 13.-J. A. D. before, but a man in charge oi an ex- v. _ on ovnnuirmn 01 tniS Councillors. and T.. A. Hill. United" States, made statements rel- ccntro- inV _ bv and Short. [quainted with both Commander Pearv 'Moose Jaw: E. G. Mathews, mayor.' rr flnd Dr Cook, and I confess 183 majority over Miller; F. J- Jas. Pasces and John Paul, Qu' Appelle: Mayor, J. well ac- i sibie vote was polled although at with the school board and returned both the old Frayne, Arthur G. H. Johnston. Beau- councillors, -eaiv amx wVu.t contest for tne mayoraitj, .11 u. hat first I, like many others, haying been elected by accia- mons made d that Dr. Cook had reached _ _ to picked on Mr. John- ston as Mr Nimmons' partner where- Dr. Stewart to champ by acclamation; Fole, but I am now, like you Carroll, Caswell and Whiting; school' OI1C else in view oi the ove. council DacKe trustees, Hunter and Smith. evidence of his duplicity t vote on both sides ._ ncrsuaded otherwise-" the track. south he Wt candidate uould have Prince Albert: beaten Mr. .riiLn-t. 'ULTSUautCL ULUCi. i ui l-iic n Si Br. said ttat h. and 40 t.e Mrth. T.e .on.. ScodlTJan, ,Tr; h ilintf in t.OUCh wltil 51 25 .133 .162 .22S .109 .115 Trustees Robt.....153 Stewart. Dr. J. S. -.240 ui, 7S; yards on. the frozen ground. Mr. Me-, faln -s to go to Minneapolis for mill Oliver, William Sage, Robt. Sharman, E. A. Virtue. W. Rex S3 20 40 10 14 46 34 Curdy gradually ascended until he was about two hundred-and fifty fcct 968 in the air. He circled a meadow four 119.times at this height, covering eight 129 .miles in all. 'j While the party was at Big Bad- ing test; this decision was only ar- rived at yesterday, some of them ad- vocating that the judges judge the ?rain here without actual milling, and I had waited on this matter, thinking that possibly a judgment might be The -building in. which, the school trustees, Meguire, Scodman, acquainted ,vith those in touch Br. Parker and others who accom- Y panied Dr. Cook in his ascent of j elected village Mount McKinley. and he F. Wiebe. kvas compelled to believe that INQUEST HELD ON BERESFORD'S DEATH .__ pletely demolished by fire. lhe_ tire building they have was caused from a blaze in the room from a radiator pipe from the Dr. met both Peary i T. Oakley, Louis Ruben, all by _A......-------- clamation. i nd Cook in Labradjpr, thc former on Howard: Councillors elected: At J. l occasions. Dickey, II. N- Caskey. Robertson. rl 1-1 The ine McDonald, mation. Herbert; Dr. Roy. _ _ ___ of Fred R. I. mine was the subject o! held yesterday Sedlev Councillors. Chas. A. Brok-j Asked if lie believed taai; reaiv IA_ E_ Humphu_ _, er Scott. K. M. Paine, E. A. T. ireaeh.wl til.e Pole, Dr. Grenrcll re- h compQsed oi ;smoke. He helpci 1n er, -j-iu. ov-u _____ _u_4.jjvm. quebb j U Ale- The fire was a quarter or a mile iiom. to He found furnace. The house ground, their burned to tht; Mr. an-d Mrs. Baldwin lost presents together on an cot. a uvinsstonc, ihe mitte fore- iwith many scientific records. om. to Claxton. Sum Benrie Summerberry: Councillors. u. J. S. Fleming and R. Laid- nai .L T p 'plied: "T have no doubt whatever D (foreman) J- _ polc_ T i think that Dr. Re-ina: Mayor Williams acclaina-' ed atld j incline to the view that he Austin t] f burned s the Tan was reversed in case them reached the Pole. i A_ j. w. Turpin. the stable bt men side of Cook's mind is affect- onA .T. white. After i ut the btattice vnicn IUIIILU Dobbin and J. White. inch and a half swayitlg Of the bridge lllVjii TfUCIV. ii-LLli. tLlt? O jooom ttiiu o. i fl tl nre He did not say anything bv the earthquake tremor is -the only the at engmerr can rooted in two streets and a vacant lot a lob requiring some half million feet of lumber. This annex is heated .by twenty-five large furnaces and is full of all lands of exhibits. are three railroad exhibi- tions here, the Northern-.Pacific, .the Union Pacific and the Rock-Island, each occupying space for which -theyp are paving to each. Most of the agricultural- colleges; m the western states have are conducting experiments m .-var- ious things all from an educational- point of view. The music hall is _on the second floor of the main-huild- and seats some four thousand., .peo- and is where the various meetings Kegma: MUJUI A viewing; me Dan o Pim. Ward 4, SlntdD 151, Dallas 59; Smton jthe Barracks to b was Mm6 ___ r 1 1 s ft tf ft %T _ __ elected. Ward 2. D. J. McCannal. ac Ward 3, Geo. Brown, ac- Ward 5, A. D Wright ac- V.l BaKour acclamation. Separate school trustees, Andreas Meuller 166, John 162. C. Jr.McCusfcer 28. Meuller and McCarthy elected. Rosthern: Mayor D. S. MacGregor; councillors. E. St. George Hodson. F. X Krause, J- A. Stewart. School u-ustees. A. Lean. J. A. Dawson and I. P. Friesen. WAS CHOSEN Matt Keillor told of meeting Beres- iford and telling him that thc horses him not to go there. that they would be.dead. Inspector Wilson said that Edmonton, Dec. election to fill the vacancy on the university sen- ate createa by the resignation of Dr. Kennedy, of Macleod, resulted as fol- lows: Trenholme Dickson, Macleod, 58- C. F. P. Conybeare, K. C., Letli- 46; G. J. Bryan, Calgary, 40: Scott, Calgary, Ed- I L jj i i i L liliiiil V oi Estevan: J. G. Hasting" mayor b> ls elected acclamation. Couhcillors J Hobbs, J. G. Peterson and did not see him again it he found him dead. He bcliev- tartc dead and wamin, ed death was due io Beresford was which to burned the air would f d, Mr. Dob- xect to the stables at a rate oi pro- thatmin- hahlv twenty-five miles an hour car- V.nrcpt; 1 ins 'QUCStlon, v.'lLii-uaa xc.i.u luauiiiiu uorses. m h w _ everything before signed statement stable boss and went on, apparently had s to see for himself whether it wer, j -WHEAT GOES UP IN PRICE possible to save any John Larko was corroborated his evidence. William Ripley had Kone down ing out orders mon sense in considering danger At thc top of Fairhurst. who Bcresford he nd who was overcome bv the fumes and! ta shaft he told an order luuu. .-j Rprf-s i (Continued on back page) cput thirty feet from tfhe stable and bottom he was told thatBeres The price of vvhcat" advanced three cents yesterday. No. 1 Northern and No- 1 Alberta Red are now bring- inc 83 cents a bushel, and the other are held. Lectures on all kinds of agricultural subjects are given-'here bv recognized experts, and the Mex- ican'Band gives concerts here every afternoon and evening. The basement of the building is occupied by .the United States Goyern- i ment which has installed a very large I exhibit brought over from Seattle President J. JV Hill and his son, Louis Hill are both here today, J. J. HiU making an address.. I.had a short chat-with both of them Louis Hill particularly to-be Dr Davles. A. L- McKay. H. N. Scott Fillmore: The old town council was re-elected by acclamation as follows: F. Dubry. W. O. Turnbull, D. Mcln- tosh. Manor: E. C West. George Dicken councillors. Local Fred DES (Special to the Herald) COMMISSION GOVERNMENT elected ten majority. Alberta ition to bringing about many i with every public service utility has ten i Stettler: Grigg re-elected mayor by j mission form ot- cr0vcrnment has fl wait- forty c_c x -a a Vioc Kofn fl rreater benefit to .it- ithc old rate. Lowered the Rates the commission were arbitrarily j ment will be made. by a former council from 517 '.ofiered Moines, thc adoption of the co-n- ;to a lamp, were dropped back to 'rate. The city believes it can secure may be used as a UD even better concessions. purchase of the street car ac-1 claim, has boon a greater benefit to So Apparently the question, of th, ;the city. ii LUC Luitjiia u f, r r street railway company be the the citv the human leeches to suck of thft blood money from the unfortunate city a 20 cent net receipts. The revenue thus do- j women. Men who Clt> [und for the iwhen raids were made often had bere'd to the -gang he met-at Billings. The weather here has been ex- tremely bad, tying up the, .railroads and blocking the country roads, all of which is reducing the attendance, today there is an enormous crowd ere and people who know the show tate it will increase daily. The Press have established-a reg- lar bureau here in the building and ent down the other day and took' a lash light photo of our exhibit. This )icture I am given to understand will ppear in the Eastern, American and Canadian papers together with an ar- acle on the exhibit. lam also run- ning an ad in the leading Sunday pa- jer here. Another man from Macleod arrived this morning and is iusc in time to councillors, A. T. Leather.I the city than all the others pu E. J. Muldoon and Trenholme Dick-1 Rethcr_ ian iSatiSu rUCe True it is'that cvAy citizen watch- jth. "Strathcona: The plebiscite on Sun- es with jntcrest the manner in whica stock 1U, 1 Ui. bv ;nauled into court to enforce payment shPll iof moneys they claimed were due 'them. The discovery of these things land thc realization that the entin fines of prosti- Wi hout doubt the most sensational city, by demanding was rofiting itutcs, was profiting by the years of quarrelling, crusade conducted under the the .ity of its umortunates ermen: H. A. Calder and the city have already agreed on by thc electorate. o V OH flOIJ iiiiU. J- Y T school trustees, J. J. McKenzie, Dr. F. public interest, Mayor A. -T. Matins W. Crang and John Shieias. recently wrote the roHowmg Of a1' a.va.il -RHror- n. C. Short, mayor: rnminc as th'' High River: C. _C._Short. of no avail, the city the accomplishments coming as enterpd -nto a direct result of the adoption oi lne wherebv the company agrees to dis- .people. Moines plan, the greatest is rh.: are found ic-al department is working OUT, i prosti Tnd details, preparatory to submit- livable, connit.ons were stipulation. Uin, the proposition to a vote of to_ light. They -re lice service thc social evil has been to the minimum. Nearly al Mr Bracken, of the Department of Agriculture, Saskatchewan, came m this morning and is attending tae lectures to learn what he can do to Onr oats here are so good that I am constantly being told that they have been dipt, and when I deny this, have been told to my face by people that they do not Relieve me ;that they could not be so good if they were not 'dipt. I also have been told that our wheat must have been scoured as it was not poss.jle to get sueh uni- form color except with careful scour- in" I have two government gram b so Edmonton: Mayor. Robert public interest in the work Aldermen. Armstrong. Hyndtnan, thc cotlncii. This is a tangible lar. Mould. ;set? of all that has I hat the abolishment of liquor lu d hut a forerunner io clamping the :UC1" !n records for i Thc Street Railway iTs experts! The company has agreed that tho -lid down on all dens ot vice. eslufd S. J. Clarke were re-elected j sovcrnmcnt with thc charm of nor- yesterday with wfl- ieUT in its workings. There was inld' 'in Ward 3 and jviously no public interest, save that EgberT'and Rcilly were re-elected iniinspirtsi Dy property interests and) i. the thirsi member being C. T. Xcxt in importance is fin Old Luc i _____ -irrTiifln in sn i IN THE THE HERALD PRIZE CONTES a i PUBLISHED TUESDAYS. THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS. VOTES COUNTED UP TO 10 A.M. TPDAV- the residence districts so often caught and fined came impossible for them old lives in DCS Moines. j Sooa after thc mechanical tunes of the electric piar.os were to he heard more, and thc sounds of midnight i revelry were dispensed with, the de- Ipartment of public safety declared j 1 on the professional bondsman and i ices. then doubt, the weight, hat the rnach'ne must have (been fixed, the fact being that most wcrp persons in this district never the district. SIR ALFRED JONES DEAD ___'changed press, which in an improved Halliday, all new'members, Degree tells what is going on at the i Under the old council bondsmen ap- Speared and plead for tin- people on f _ i ___ 10 DISTRICT NO. all the City Leth bridge: Une Diamond Ring One S50 Gold 1. The by-law ;city hali The press and public lean providing the legislature be eacjl other ancj tne commission is quested _to ques- thus inspired." :ommission form of j However, many people do not con- government was carried by about cur in thc Oj the mayor that, to lis the greatest achievement is the awak- )ne S30 Morris Chair Red nfor? f o? nvoeyeor encd public interest. Business' men MJSS N. Carscallen, F. arc W0nt to point to the concreto. j W. Galbraith. R. B. We'.liver defeat- tanffihlc accomplishments-results in i MISS One Writing Desk. One Suit Cast. One Silk Umbrella SSIE CRONKHITE cents. That the business- ed'T A. Gaetz for the unexpired term Tl: like UKth. the commissioa torm well were re-elected school trustees. :of S0vcrnmrnt have brougnt better MISS OLIVE DAV1ES MISS EDNA ALLEN V'.VIAN GIBSON elected. itions. i MISS HANNAH KERB Pincher Creek-A heavy vote was COITirnission form of -ov- fitn-T Friser and Ross, out of five can- system the cU.y was pay...s follows: .Allison _95; for its street ARTHUR HUMPHRIES ues 49; Fraser Hmton oO; pcj. lamp yrQV. jt pavs i I0ti -S1 Henderson on an all night schedule instead j HARR1SON Wright' and' Henderson elected. a moonliffht. schndule. This refiuv -Irate School Trustees, Father rtrtv t sccvred without litigatmn C. n; G. Dionne Moore 12; Jas. J-" cvfcj.y accompiishmont MARGARET SMITH with thc public service utilities has 4 ___4.095 ....1025 DISTRICT NO. all ;ind territory outside of Letbbridge: Oi'.fi 5100 Diamond Ring One Writing Desk. One ?50 One Suit Case. One Morris Chaii One Silk Umbrella anywhere. While there will be no premium judgments given that effect _ us till. nert January, we are obtairung a larce advertisement here, one which I believe will be of lasting benefit to ETHEL M. Cranbrook, B. JAMES H. CAMPBELL, Macleod, Alta. MISS MARY L. SUNSTRUM. Blairir.ore HUGH JOHNSON, Taber.............. MISS JEAN DOBBIE, Pincher Creek...... MRS. D. E. COTTON, Claresholm MISS VILDA MATSON, Spring Cou'ee MISS SUSAN WIT5ECK, Raymond, Alta. WM. E. SIT'.PSON, Coleman the death in England of Sir Alfred head of the big shipping firm surrounding1 whose bonds they had gone. Thisjof Elder Dempster Company. dollars for thc line was Uu: v- Sv smaller than the bond. When !court opens today. There is a Ions. jSc ritv denied thc professional jiist of civil cases to be tried, hut !bondsmcn entrance to thc police court (criminal cases are on the_ that business received a knockout present unless the case ot -Inscrs of police court fees j fne Chinaman who was committed -.were denied admittance also. It was trial on a serious charge oi theft iheir practit.e to purchase the claims may possibly come up. 43.14C of witnesses to fees at a Following is the list ot" civu the witnesses had to wait to he tried during this session: 34 V the allowance of the claims by council. The council devised a whereby it was made possible. :for witncsscs t0 receive their fees mi- nlcdiately, so there was no advant-i vs. in discouminc. This froze outjot-t, Gwillen vs. MISS ARLIE HUDSON, Purple Spnr.gs, Alta. b j H a, vs. Fisher, Nesbitt vs. G vs_Ianse, 'hrouKhl about by the change in the Wallace vs. Ashcroft, Kenney Cuniminss, Smii'.i vs. Cook, vs. Lyons, Batke vs. Ericson, inK vs. Pawson. Hudson's Hardware Cc JAMSS GREAVES. Medicine Hat, Alta. V.ISS ANNIE TOMFOHR. Milk River, MISS GRACE ROBINSON, Fernie MISS EDITH SINCLAIR, Medicine Hit A. A. Oardston, Alta....... MISS MAE SOICE. Warner forms of covernmcnt arc cleaner. r Ughtcd strects> a morc ically conducted municipality, and a lower tax rate. That thc commission 133, were Hampton. N. B.. Trmble, a? J. BUTLER STONEY, Lethbridge Post Office js a success is beyond dispute. t.he lake ;