Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Tuesday, PllltC 11, RESIGNATION COME NO MISSIVE1 FROM CITY SOLICI- ALD. AIRD TAKES SEAT Hoforo tlio regular inuctiiiK; of the city council afltriuum, '.lay. Alrd, Ald.-elect, was duly sworn in to fill out i he mtexuiral imrllon of Aid. Uoode's term, which expires 111. Aid. Alrd is ex-AUl. THESTANDARD AND FAVORITE BRAND, ONE QUART OF WHISKEY IS HIS RATION fUHo Jind wan up Imdly lined UP thul It if led a couple ol weeks later, wilh a Ions of over lo'tho city. In hlii Tojuji't to th" eouiieil tcdny, J. I1'. Valluneo, Hnultiiry Inspector, re- ported tluit aiiulber hm-.-ie of tho same dejivirltnont had bulked and bucked over tlio dump receiving sor- for tho re-Btirvey of North Luthbrldtfft Hlveels, 'I'llis Information was con- loiijj burns which" put It out of liusi- nevfj for several weeks, Tho IiiBpec- tor however, a- Hhuto IB HACK DRIVER BOASTB OF FACT- GAMBLERS APPEAR IN COURT I.t'thbridge a curiosity (wliteli I'cw people all- probably it'. Among its Is numbered ne, wlio (jn his sworn sliiU'iui'iil, fan and diK'X drinlt om.1 or moie miai'ts ol rye whiskey daily, without, so liu says, any serious' eH'eels. has taken h've days jjj police in which will accidents In fiitiirii. avoid aunt) court for I hi; police io pro.e thai j Sam Hall, hack driver, was loo ln'a- AUJ, Frnym) nslied what stops bud vily jugged to niivigatf with cane heeu laker, regarding openinj; up the Thursday nfehl. He was taken railway at Kmily and Tur- j on Fifth Si. hy Detective iu-r strccris cast of Thlrtcmilli Si.. Kgan, hut beloro the next lie wua Informed that Just days lnUniinK Kwore thai hn was sober as tho roBlKnaUoh may yet bo eon- Udc'tj chair at tlio board, although sidcrgd by -this year's council. ltd will ll'letiiy bo Mrth Lelhbridjte :are in favor >nf Ihe -first p'atr.HiibinitUMl sll'tsot. veyed in a communication from Hie association, -Ihelr iinJy exception be- ing on ITtii St. N., ad- vocate a ttllglit change from tlio plan'.' 1 latch aiiri tlio liew Al- dernieu take their places at l.ho on .lainuiry 2. 'With the full council pi'cscnt.' thcy lirocedotl lo the biwiuens bufpre the liisi regular nieiitiiiy of ;the yc-j.T. 'I'lH! i'liml readihgs o1' the :three Uiws rehr'ini; io the street railway connection with tlm proposed. Ke in .the .streets and lanes in j system, the public library, ami thb Part of 'the" city, the city :soii- j now. system 'of taxation, which l-s a j tfi'or wrote statins that some chantin stop toward taxation of land values jiKo plans hud been forwarded to be. Tli? olliciw. how- board or railway co.iimlreioi.orH for (jiffcmfl nj approva'i. Wbuii ibla IB Tuce ved, i rtep8 may be taken to open tho lllie U'iVd evvnjitg in queitituii none ton Along with the blue ijiinUi sont sUn'K1'1' imrrow. hm. llu-y had t0 the- lio-.vrd for iho awovn crwslng. t'nie proving it. phiriK-foi- the proposed sirect rail-j i11 ii's bcluilf i way ri'osdJug at Thh'tesiiLh alrpc-'i j inoriiiny Hall swote tliai In: had j wore also sent, so thai approval for imi11 f-TwslngB should be received at Want the Money Wlioa is tho city Koing to pay (at "illy, wag the -princlpul .business tak- en Tiiese readiiiKH are simply tlio result of the passing nf tho by- IHWK on Dec. JI. would bo nerte-SEiiry in tiie by-law un-! pt'operty oxpr-jpriatod dcr which this nliango would ho fectod. Tills is imcossary on account or the fact tho change will ne- j cossiiaU- the pirruhaso of. a great dn-ai II ba-il been expected -that. City So- j of properly, part of which must be Jicitor Conybcare twould havu liiu by' a frontage tux. A rescilu- realgmiticAi In the hands of tho sec- roi-ary today, bur, the reading of tho commujilcatlons did not call It forth. Aid. aalterl if it had not been received, to which Secretary Robin- son replied 'that lie Imd not been in receipt of it. However, the rumor is still credited, and has been con- firmed in authoritalive circles, so that of Hoed afreet? Thte'matter was brought up hy a lotier from H. Cbiiiwiel; asking for a payment of his claim of which was allow- oil. Tho opening of tlio Btreel of which iho city pays at least one quart Thursday, followed by a after supper, is simply my eye last Said, "lhal daily nllmvaiKr." when lion was-passed asking the Pur cent, while ;ihe remaining 15 to proeeed -io draw up the necessary j cent, will covered by a frontage amendment to tfie by-law. A Source of Trouble Tho refuse dump aeeniH to be a source or perpetual trouble Io the city. Several months one of the horses of the scavenging, depart incut fell over into ihe burning re- t-'x on the property owners. Aid. j Oliver was o-: the opinion that the accounts should bo paid at-once, -and on motion of Aid. Oliver, and Asfi- crol'i, the various accouuLK were or dered -Mils year, the amount to be covered by n debenture issue. Hail got siun- liud up HID cvldeiH'i: lie Said that he was rather dubious alimil man who tool; a daiiy allowance of one quart "at an-d as an admonition to reform liis ways he taclced on a tint i of three and costs, meaning thai UK tonit is [f thi. I Inf hit Hill is just plain ilttn I- wh n inn m I, ill Dorato .iiqddlid liis' head to the lulhir hi w is id Cut Flowers and Plants For Xmas There is nothing more suitable for a Christmas Gift than a box of our choice cut flowers or a beautiful Flowering Plant, Fern, or Palm Holly Wreathes, Mistletoe and Eyer- green Wreathing at lowest prices. i oil, ill bcf i most lie uitilul shutt ol flowors il' you visit nui: store UK! s uid llio public ii hearl.y iiivilnlioii. IK ckitnc hglikd and Mill lio ojien every evening until ill( i (.'hiisiui IMaie orders e.uU assure yon prompt suu! sale deliv- ci am ixirf wf (lie city. The Terrill Floral Go, Cor. J llii Wt -Mb Ave Phone 577. tin: olficer lliat Lui liad rclicvcii her of tllirt.y tT-lilH not Mil cim on thrc- -md u'uhi fio.ladv's tlrirlv cents wasjje- eosf.'s. didn't (iiiish Lui UL hul ano he nst him lit is up mai tin to get the court Io (i-.ll him whether hi- was gamhlMrj; ur not, hut" tiic court read Uie law and let hopclctbh hdi mtifiul See pur assort- ment of Table Raisins The finest selection ever shown in the city. Fancy WASHINGTON Prize Apples Special this Week 2.25 per box 2.35 per box' OUR SANTA GLAUS SPECIAL Has just pulled in with a great consignment of Christmas delicacies. "Come in whether you buy or not. See our stock, all new and up-to-date. Read care- fully, then take advantage of Kerr's prices and phone 1453. .......McViTE PRICE'S fruit ..bonum- avtistic cleaigii's. eiglit varieties fo clioos'c from, only, each per tin McFABLANE -LANG'S "Taiita lion Shortbread, per Eorl'Mi; SI lo.rlbread, per tin............. SHABWOOD'S IMi'OBTUD EXGUSH .DELICACIES tins Fruit Salad in ChiiiM.' (.ringer in glass........... Salted Almonds per tin.............. Assorted Fruits, ]ier bottle AnchoA'ins oil, per bottle............40C Glace and Crysta.llixed Ciicrrics, per box! -SDC .Marasqi.iiii, pe.r bottle.......65C (JBOSSIS BLACKVVELLS ri'CKLEH .Mixed. Onion. Chow tiirkins, Per botlle .For dessert try Kosedale Biiecd .I'oaehes, Try a tin of Rosedale (Sliced Aprieots... Try a-tiii of Eosodnlo Ann Cherries Try a I hi of liosedale Pears. .'......___ Try a tin of .Libby's Slieed Pineapples... -25C NEW ABBIVALH Jtipe Tomatoes, per pound........... -20C Head Leltnee, per .head.......... ilotboiise .Lettuce, per pound 40C (Cauliflower, ]ier head ......'..'............25C Cucumbers, each........... .u lihiibarb. per 2 l'-2 t'asabas, ('ach'...........v.V... .Bi'iisscl CALIPOBN1A NAVAIi I'lood i-olof, SWOP I, and juicy, (lox-40' SO: Lemons, large sixe, pei' -350 Grape Fruit, 3 for.................... Almeriii Grapes, per -25C OBDEB AM) IXSUJtE I'liOMI'T DELIVEB1" yond the imagination of the court. do his own pleading. He pleaded not lor when sea relied he shelled a Kittlicn, Sloore, A. I-Ien- that would OK. One him-' niiig, -Joe .loh'n and 'dred and fifteen cold plunks made ihe Kd. Sehonnui; were raided in the for- I thirtv. cents-look-like itself. He mar's 'place last night, and .spent the h-j hrld (Hi- the theft t'harce till to-! luglit in the u-lls. They all told the 'j J court lliat there was "no rake-off" j When M.-H.-Fitchc-n tried to make so thai they felt justified in pleading i ihe magistrate net us his counsel he not guilty to the gamming charge, linear the'! a-new one in court proce-1 Tlie case will he fought out tomor- dtire. v'hui'god with gambling he tried j row morning. HOTEL GUESTS FORCED TO FLEE FROM FIRE Chicago, Dec. 19. Nearly hotel guests were routed in panic early today by a fire which 'totally destroyed" the old board of trade building, a- five -story land mark at South La Salle St. Within lii minutes after the first alarm wad sounded at 2.30 o'elocK, the flames Had the building at their mercy. The roof fell in a few minuses after the arrival of the first fire companies. Three furnace stokers who were in tile basement are itifssing. The alarm was sounded for guests in the hoff mid Victoria ami Stafford ho- j tels all of which wore near enough i to he touched hy flumes from the burning structure. Bellboys, elevatori'nen, and city firemen did heroin work in the ho- 'ieJ-s. Every room was visited and rUiosts awakened. The Eight of flames threw men ;ind women alike into, a panic and there was a hurried Ecrumble for clchhes and valuables. Scores of anpoared half clad in hO'ie'l lobbies and many drag- gc-J trimlis or carried suitcases. Al- though the window aashea n-? the were burning on three up- per floors at one time a steady play of water on the building always IvCiv-L. it out of danger. No person wns iiijurcd in any of the hotels. Marshall Seyforlicli, of'the fire de- partment. estimnteB the lo-ss at 000. GREAT POWERS OFFER AID TO PEACE IN CHINA GEORGE CO. PHONE 1453 Slinnglini, Uee. of peace in C.'hiiia hccanu! inure liciiiiitu io'lay with tlie announcement th.it all six of thu great powers, .'upan, Great States, Russia, France and Grnmuiy arc iinilwl v in a co-operative effort to assist Ting Fans nntj 'ranS Sluiyi in thiiu negotiations. 'J'hcrc waa rejoicing loday when it was iLMined thai representatives of six .powers were preparing to lender informally liu-ir assiKtmice for spccily eo'nctuslnn oi an imdctsUuul- It is nmlrrstoscl llmt lliis action liy tiic powers is" taken a most friendly'mariner. 'The'pout Parlors hetwwh-'WiV Ting-K-ang. and Tuns S Shao" Yi ;ojtenrtt with surprising smoolliness' aii'l (here' was complete ah.sciice of'anv sense strain which inig-hff liavfi- Korionsly iinpeiicd (iiplo- "I iiialiO; jirojt'nss. -It is unmistakably Imwcvcr, (hat fithr conlinu- .of .Manelm Hiile, even-as' con- .Imperial throne fit Pokin j is unlikoly by oitlu-r sides, j 'In lliis connect ton murli significance is nltiU'hfi'l to tlie stajeninU of-Tang I j Shao Yi Hint Iic'dccs" not, rrprrsiMit i the thronr bnt the prnnlcr. Cnnplnd j Tinp early upon the psinlilishnieiH iti a republic i j tins is tnKrii Io mean 11ml Yuan Shi j Kai i.s prepared fo coiici-de the cntl- 'inp of tlie dynasty, Kvcn Uiouch lite pnvst-nl duLisiy is ousted the jireni- inr pvjdfiitly to retain flic Im- perial form of Roveninu'iit. Il is IIOK- the present K'mpernr will bp desij-iiiited as (lie first niler of a new ClifneM! dynasty with Yunn Hiii Kai as recent. Our Xmas Hampers No. 66 (Approximate weight 45 pounds) 10 Ib. Turkey 1 Ib. Cranberries 2 Ib. Plum Pudding j 1 package Mince Meat 1 Figs 3 cans Toma'toes or Corn I Ih. best Cluster Table Kaiems 1 Ib. New Season's Mixed .Nuts 1 box Somebody's Luggage i Ib. Finest Mocha and Java Coffee l ]b. Finest Quality; Chocolates 1 Huntlcy Palmer's Faucy .Mixed Biscuits 1 ;Mh. can'Bowlby's Pears 1 bottle B. Mixed Pickles Fancy li-ib. tin Tetley'a Tea Price Hudson's Bay Co. TOOK BODY FROM GRAVE REMAINS OF JOHN MIDDLETON EXHUMED AND EXAMINED BY PHYSICIANS Four or youths at once, to. as- sist ihe letter carriers during Xmas, Apply 10 Postmaster with references. fSpecial to The Herald.) Calgary, Alta., Dec. body of John. Mkl-dleton for the murder of whom William Wlddleton, his nrotli- er, iiiul John if. Anderson Ka- icrine Anderson, his wife, are, was exhumed at the Catholic ceme-U tery yesterday atternMB at two o'clpck by the local authorftlM.' Tim mains were taken to Harrison' Foster's undertaking parlor andjtbo', wnmuU will tuero bo thoroughly ex-1 aniiiiKl tomorrow by Dr. Re veil; ot Edmonlou, who will bo called by the prosecution, possibly tomorrow af- the hearing of: the prison- ers, to give expert evidence on the nature of tho wounds. The Crown hap decided that it is important in- its have a very definite re-.-. port of tlie nature of the injuries which caused .Middleton's death QS an important or superficial report, might give a good opening for a, dam- aging crosa-examfnation by the coun- sel lor the defence. THE SAME CARE TAKEN IN ALL Mine Ribbon products all have" the same high rcpufnUon for fine qual- ty, and real, dependable goodiiess. They are niude of choicoat-materials and with the utmost cure. They tire pure food through -and through. They will prove their value to you.if you will once them, f.