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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. TWEI.VB PACES LETHUKIDKE. ALBERTA. THIIHSDAY. DECEMBER IS, 1913 CENTS Crop Up in Dealing Willi the Application of Dclaney's Limited INDUSTRIAL SITES City Council Hears Represen- Situation and Will Meet Again FARM PROPERTY GOES UP IN VALUE Toronlo. Ont., just Issued by the Ontario depart- ment of agriculture for the year 1912, show that ths. farm property, implements and llveitock [n On- tario are valued at compared with in 1911. Tne vjlue of lands increas- ed There were 1500 fewer milch cattle than in the previous year. The output of cheese In 1912 was agilnit pounds In 1911. That tlic entire industrial purity oi tie city is liable to be aficctcd li- the establishment ol the Dclany Vac-king house, was brought to light at the- special meeting of the city council held yesterday ultcrnoon, .for "the purpose oi considering the ques- ol water, sewer and clectriu light extension to the proposed Ue- latiy site. It is also ciuite possible that the packing house will be huilt on the city's industrial th.-U the policy remain as it is. The question uas not scttta! at yester- ilay's meeting, although it was dis- cussed ior several hours, the ilecision reserved until Friday afternoon, when more complete data will be tvailablc. Tlie purchase oi the site the C.P.R. hinges on the decision of the council "as to whether these cxlcn- biotvs will he granted by the city. The location" is in Jilock .33, cast of the. exhibition and the chief affecting the city, is wbeth- cr-lije elevation is such lliat ths lay- ing mains will benefit 1he city in the future. Hugh .McKay, secretary of Uclany's Limited, and George Dclany, were-present on bc- halfrof the company, anil listened to the r.ngiuccr. Harvey as to ;the" estimated cost" ct thu re- (juesjed extensions. 'COST OF I'OUElt AND LIGHT The t.eiH'rl oi Cjly. Electncjan Mc- to; of.''electric light, anil-power presented two', ijoln. being fairly ribih-- inai in will be necessary-to iirovide four Xo: 1 wires from .-lib ;trcet to street on IHh avenue, the use ol lecb of wire at an estimated cost oi S13CO, ir the stringing of four number .-I .vires iroiivliJIh" street, to a point to the city limits, requiring the :sa ot fe'ct at a cost o: lOii. It would be necessary to change lie insulators and cross-amis in cilh- C.IK- .'OST OF SKVYBKS AND WATER .TO CITY IN'DUSTidAI, SITE The council last month referred the -latter 61 locating this industry, to JIcN.ibb" for the purpose of ob: aining information relative to the jsl of installation nl seivcr and wa- er both to the Oelany. site and tu he city's industrial site, and a rc- ort mafic'by Mr. Harvey was read i council yesterday, being in brief as illows The city site could bs sup- lied with sewers by llic laying ot a 2-incli pipe on 2nd avenue north, ISlh'sitccl to 2Slh street, and n 8-incli pipe on -Mill .street to r.iin the lyrsl side ol the site, at a jtal cost, of approximately ?0000. "u get-watcr'lo.ttie city site, a 10- ;rh steel, pipe from tfie new walcr mV on avenue north, east as far s street, down asth street i 1st avenue, was recommended as ic only feasible plan. This would the expenditure of about nnrl the main would become a cder as soon as connected to thecx- ting mains on 1st north, hich now terminate at 20th .street, his scheme oi ncccssily coutrl not put into operation until the tank j old avenue is brought into use, iri the- tank will not be use until Ihe pumping eapacilj' is creased. MOMK COSTLV TO KUPI'IA MiLANY'S The cost of laying a IVinch vitri- ri pipe SCRcr from the manhole, nl c driveway on (fie west side ol rnder.TOi Lake, iu the. city limits London road, would aniouul 1o out The ground rises for distance then 'Is, (lip surface, elevation at ft driveway is approximately Hie as at the city limits, therefore fillecn-iwli pipe would have In d at i minimum graife. In order" p.ivc a reasonable depth (or ilrain- fouticctioa at the pacVinp Imuse, I also (o insure sufficient ilijp'.li l.oiidr.n Hoad i'or house fon- and drainage of the :i bKllilIngs al some future lime. e estimate is hasrtl nn a flnv: ol J.f'OO gallons per dirrn. This ulti nol qiic (he cilr the fvtsnt assessable frontage thai wo'ild br were the. mains laid along i soulli, hut (hr cost over latter route ivnuirl be consider- more on account of Hie heavy s r.fcMSary, nnd was rslimalM to1 (L'cnljnned on I'agc Two Girls, One Married, Had Passed as Bpys for .Several Months in Oltawa Ottawa, Or.t., Dec. Whit- man and Margaret Johnson, known until. arrested, last-night as Whitniaji and "Koy" Johnson, who ior aljoat a month masqueraded as C-.P.H. Ixiye, today told the story of their escapades. Their Is one of tho strangest ever, e.xperJenced in [Canadian police "circles, the remark- able fact" UelnE-tlut.they.have lussed business centres of -a Elnce? when they camo from Montreal. argnret, or is niarried, and lu.Kuglind, and it WM to euflush "her" molier. anj that ihfe ifr.tb UicV. decifiUoa. tall Margaret. or .'ind- dartf. Thuy are Knglish girls', aged respectively 27 and il. Burlington, Ont., .Dee. writ for dainajea for'alleged sland- er was Issued this morning by H. Hnisli and Uerbort Oak'es, Ilurliugton hotel, men. Tho defendant is Cieaver, prominont lawyer, and niern- her of tho council. The hotel men say Cleaver mado a statement about ton -of coal being bartered over bar for ivMBker. Ho doiilos it. Toronto, Dec. thoro were a number of laXcs. ag- gregating from SCO "to" 1000 acres on the acres of Saskatchewan land In which John Herbert Kcnne- "was induced to take a. one-tenth Interest, lie entered action asalnst Win. Proc- tor, agorit ot Toronto, to recovo; OOS damages. Today Justice Leni Efivo Judgment, dlarnlsElng the action without fr. Doberer was of the opinion that the people of Glenwood being of ilin samu religion as the people stoil would want to so to thit'place, but -Mr. Adderley did not 'think' so.' There-was a better market .to-be cured in -Macleod and they would go wherever tfiey could find the' marked Several of tbe members spoke'along similar lines but the upshot'of H all was that Mr. Doherer moved thAt the Macleod Uoard of Trade endorse petition and this carried. -There being up other- business Pre- sident Allen announced that having two years as president, lie would resign tho post at the annual meeting and would nominate Mr. E. for tbe office.. The latter had served in the ranks on the board.for about.ten years and he felt that !m was entitled to Uie honor. ..Mr. Adder- lei' replied that ho did not wlshno criticize Mr. Dobcrer at all. but at same time certain people on the'street, were of the opinion lhat sucli nomina- tions at board meetings were -packed; and in order to dispell tliat delusion lie urged that other nominations ibe put forward K the people wan lei thlni and that adalrs bo conducted sVthal ic would not no said tliat every per- son did not gel a fair show. -Mr.'Ad- dcrley's opinion was endorsed by Mr. Allen ar.d the members so (hat tbe chances are that there will be a warm contest for Ihe premier position on tho board. At a meeting of the ants' association held here laat night the problem of securing employment for men who are at present Idle'- In town, was taken up and the elghf-br ton members present deliberated for some lime on the matter with' tho .re- suit that tliere was through1 a mo- tion lo approach the council lo ascer- tain if it would te. at all possible lo begin some Vorfcs that would prpvidn employment for labor.fri town.." Tho iulentlon of bciiefitllng Ing fjopulaco fathered A gentleman-clfilming to.be a C. .V, inspector blew into (own yesterday and lei it lie all who re- quested information that wp'rk'on the bridge u-nnld commence aoout Jfarch. (Ic stated lliat Hie work once started woald not be very long delayed. 'ANDREW CARNEGIE NOMINATES ROOT X- Washington, D.C., Dec. i- ANilrcw C'arnegle, Intervleiveil t .here, said lint Senator Hoot of N'ew York >-as the logical lie-1't publican candidate: for- JVesi- 4 dent -'t ;