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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta December THE LETHBRIHGE DAILY HERALD CANADIAN PACIFIC Christmas AND New Year Holidays FAKE ONE-THIRD For Bound Trip Between all stations on the Main Line, Port Arthur to Vancouver and Intermediate branch lines. Tickets on sale December 22, 1910, to January 2, 1011, final return limit, January For further particulars apply to S. B. MITCHELL Ticket Agent Canadian Pacific Railway Lethbridge, Alta. CANADIAN PACIFIC ALD. KING GIVES PARTING SHOTS AT CITY COUNCIL Secretary-Treasurer Robinson Calls Him a D Fool-Matter of Arrears of Taxes-Letter Taken From City Files on Election x Day-Disqualification of Aldermen UNITE WITH TORIES TO KILL HOME ROLE Prevent Nationalists from Upsetting the British Government Montreal, Dec. special Ixm- gon. cable says: Jonn JbJull finished raajucg a record today ot the fact! that he does' not. alter his political! opinions "within tlie short space of af single" year.' That is really about'all he has to say as to the result of tbe unnecessary election which has just I finished. He could not, however, ex- press himself with more remarkable EASTERN CANADA Aid. King brought his -in arrears of taxes at the time of the term on the citv council to a close tax sale last sprinK put up for trinmnii in hi the English political present moment, and SWFF oi spirtc of at the what you arc talMng: said the secretary addressing Aid. King. The latter wanted the matter j threshed out there aad then, in open I practical developments cannot be ex- council, so that if there was any-jp'ected" fill" some time after the Christ- thing in the matter it would get holidays, No one is, of course, per. publicity. The figures on the entitled to venture7 any definite lore- that ownership or stock in an incor-. bore out exactly what he had. been.toW bv Mr, !North. Aid. Bow-; portated corspanv that did- business with the citv would- not dasmialify tnere is no mistaking the is at Montreal for all East, thereof. points Apply to the nearest C.P.R. Agent for ANNUAL AW. King. is a registered re1 [plied Alfi. Bowman. Aid. King maintained'that-a re'gis-. partnership-.was .incpr- i portated company. Then he and Aid. I it out for a.minute oE two, at the conclusion of which the latter pointed out that the -clause-did. ,n.ot Tefer to aldermen at "all, but to em- ployees. "Then it- applies to the secretary- "treasurer, and the Western -Stationery replied Aid. King. man" then wanted him to postpone the and. put ,it> In, writing. The, to unparliaunenTary tendency oi" events. SUPT. REID GETS HOLIDAY TRIP "Put that in }-our Aid. King, turning to a newspaper .report- er, "that the secretary-treasurer is allowed to swear .at aldermen. 'if toot th'at'ne is a "Son-tiay school teacher and declared to this council a Q ago that he never swore or j rCODie Want Day Ser- lurther discussion during which the secretary-treasurer referred to Aid. King as "damnably and a. few other similar terms. The coun- jcil shortly after resigned and. the sec- R vice in Kesidential Districts Do Not Get Around Early Extra Those '-city officials who Deputy returning: officers or poll clerks or in" other, official capacities on. elec- tioa aay will not set tie five spot inson KTote to the last night asMng if the city would recompense the officials in question for the long hours they worked '-that day. They started at 8.30 in :the morning he said, and did not get through until 1.30 at night. Aid. Bowman, rose, to his feet to raisfi an emphatic oojectioEu He was not opposed, he said, to -city employ- ees being paid for all the .work they old, Out he' did .not Itninlc that- it was ngnt for these employees when the K.council asked them once a year to I've seen uiem. come, trailing in all times." Aid. King said he had inuch ure in seconding And as no one seemed to iave- cient courage to defend-the of the poor...mused city employees aid not receive the little bonus were looking lor. or ten spot as- the case may be which they were expecting as a sort of Christmas- box in.'view of the fact thai they were Kept working that night un- ui sonxewjiere 'arbmid the midnight hour., Keturnins. Officer, George" .W. Rob- j a few. hours -later than usual; should immediately put in a claim 'i-Gv- recompense. em- ployees well by the city for the time they in'. If they showed 'u getting down to their work at cclock in the mornings, for instance, itv-..migb.t be different "I have been these oitices often at he'szt-'A "and migbly few liaise been, liere then. COUNCIL GETS i THE The city coancil last night ulie report of Returning Officer.- Gebrger Ko'binson giving tne figitres of the cent commission, form; of'government; vote and the plebiscite through tne mails. Tne council adopted and referred tb.e matter ;to the- new council Trttb. tlie recommendatioa" that it deal with it at. its first Low Bound Trip Fares To ST.' PA'uLV MINNEAPOLIS, DULUTH, Minn. MILWAUKEE, Wis, CHICAGO, III. on sale Dec. 1 to 31 iiiciusiTe Good to return within three months. nearest C. P. Ry. Agent for full information. adopt the report of Returning Officer G-eo. W: Robinson regarding the inu- ness King is gone.1' Then Aid, Bowman-sard; 'that--fee clause did-not refer to either alder- men or employees and 'after a "slight altercation on that point the matter was dropped, everyone being "of "the same opinion still." A Mysterious Letter The second episode developed by Aid. King, was when the motion to Keid ;c oc the 'Thank good weeics' leave of absence and wiUj oe paid his fare to Cnicago and back i It was alter the council had a-d-itor tie purpose of attending the Chi- ioumed that the secretary-treasurer cago JhUectncal show and convention went- to the vaults and procured the tax rolls for the last two years. In early next month, but. the council threw to him two or three it appeared that all arrears ume it wished attended "to of taxes on the property which had been under discussion were paid up in IsT-ov. six months prior to the oerore he leaves. Tne first of these matters was tax sale. Aid. King expressed treasurer a question, "Was any letter or -document allow- ed to be taken from the city files on election day and loaned to parties lot electioneering purposes." Secretary-Treasurer "Robinson -didn't Ifnotv. "There might have he clay electrical service, Aid. who had just moved the 1 1 J Id.Y fXUlT' -l.Xi.iltl V. ILlLLl Jfc-wv. v inicipal made. self as quite satisfied, and said if tliev i motion granting Mr. Reid the trip. I -wotua like LO ask secietaiy- Jhad t the first; Q[ to tne motion, "on the ground a .auction. Aid. King, j arreafarg hc WQUld faave beeQ be repaid i quite satisfied then. 'Uiis railroad fare in tbe" knowledge [gteaned by Mr. Reid." moved that he j be asked to get installed, be.fore he A NEW GOVERNMENT STEAMER Montreal, Dec. have been caned for by tne ment for the construction Mann-necan a electrical service over; ion of "a swam- matter was a.faight satd Aid. -I want answer taat portions Of SINGLE FAJRE PLUS 52 FOR ROUND From all stations in Ontario. Port Arthur and West, Manlto ba, Saskatchewan and Alberta coaver whether or not any city document belonging to the files was tateii out of those files on election day. "What time of evasively ask- ed the secretary-treasurer, and then when Aid. King asked him again, lie said there might have been a dozen letters taken -out of the files- j .Aid. Sage here interposed with the remark that Aid. King had better be j more explicit or shut up. He was 'wasting their time. Aid. King was proceeding lo follotv up Ins, questions, but- Aid. Hatch in the chair, refused to let him, claiming the matter no connection with the report of the returning officer. Aid. King claimed he was in orrier and speaking to the j question. Hut the chair refused to hear any more and put the motion, which carried, with Aid. King in a lone minority. Hew About Solicitor Aid. Sage look occasion at t.M poini TO question whether the iety, 135 feet long, 27 foot beam and nave cEraught of ten feet. The en- the j city are still without electric light or power service during the day although the supply is ample. and could be tuni- gines will develoc norse power. completed' she wiJl be named wiUlout expense' cease. r 11 are This wilt Stop Your Cough in a Hurry Save by Making This Cough Syrup at Home. Aid. Bowman said he liad discussed tne matter witt Mr. Reid and he un-i jderstood tnat it woulfi be necessar-j :to nave the street iisLts burning, alii i flay if a day service is given. Mr. I 'K.OICI. he said, was rewiring the street! ingats in some vcay so that they could j be cut off separately. "Did you ever figure out what it! 5 would be to let tbe street i fi Sadowski's Out of Business Safe The rush keeps on and the goods are going fast A whirlwind week is expected and Sadowski is ready fo hand you the best values in Gents' Furnishings and ever heard of in Lcthbridge. His prices can- not be equalled, his stock cannot be excelled quality and every common sensed person in the city and district can save dollars by buying their outfit at Just look at a few of our prices. They will convince you that this is a genuine Out of Business Proposition. No fake sale about this repiiea Aid. bowman. Tickets on sale December 15, io and -17, 1910; January 20, 21. 22 and 23 and February 14, 35 and 16, 1311: good to re- turn within three months i roni date issue. to nearest, C. P. Ry. .-nt for full information. CHARGE LOWER FOR UPPERS Washington, Dec. travel- ling public will have more than b'.iU.uuo annually, as a result of the orcier issued by the Inter-State Com- merce commission today, lyducing tae charge r'or upper Fullman berths. qatclcly coutjUi. cnrc.s colds, heels tiae throa' nod 25 solicitor had any right, t-, go giving I for 2 minutes. Put 21 This recipe makes IS ounces of better cough syrup than you could buy ready-made for A few doses j it is worta something usually conqner the most obstinate i nave a day responded Aid, cough. stops even whooping cougi) sage, -mis rewiring -has been going' quickly. Simple it is, no better remedy can be "had a.fc price. j Hix two cups of granulated sugar city j tvUb, one cup of warm water, and stir ounces of on for snmf or more, nice this motion to pass just as a feel-j er." And so the motion passed. second matter referred to Supt. out free opinions on city matter as pines (fifty cents' worth) in a 16 02. j Keid was tne better lighting of First he had beer, doing. j bottle; then add the Sugar Syrup. It Aid. Bowman expressed the opinion tas a pleasant taste aad lasts a fam- that the ciiy solicitor.was not in pos ily a long time. Take a teaspoonful session oi the facts in connection every one, two or three hours, with Aid. Frayne, when he gave out You can, feel this take hold of a the reports that he did. Aid. Frayne cough, in a way that means business, could, if he liked get, up awl prove Has a sood tonic effect, braces up the jaily a'.l tr.e people walking from kins for the i laxative, too, i and it was verv dartr. tliat he was nex'er Corking city at ali- "You arc chairnian of committee, aren't i which is helpful. A bandy remedy for :avenue south (Baroness) between I Westminster Road and Ninth street Kobert A'immor.s addressed the coun- cil briefly upon this point. He said tnat the street was used by practic- North and it was very dark. Aid. "Yes." ''Well, didn't you refuse, as chair- man of the finance committee, to 0- K. a bill for four 'days' pay for Aid. "Yes, for four days he didn't working for the "And yet you say he wasn't work- ing for the "No, he wasn't city." A Tax Story The third and last spat came question lime. "Was all Uic three rrayne moved tae motion asking Supt. Keid to have the lights installed, point- ing out that There was not a solitary light along First avenue from Ninth to Tairteentb streets. The motion j earned. Tnen Aid. King moved that Supt. i Keid be instructed to have street! Ughts placed on Seventh avenue (Lon-- don) from Sixth street to Thirteenth i and this also carried. Last but not least Aid. Frayne mov- 'Agrorantee of absolute satisfaction ied that lLe at'en.tion of tlle electrical or money promptly refunded, goes .department and also the government j ist nai j telephone department, be again called; all guy wJres must >tected. rW i -noarseness, bronchitis, asthma and ali 4.111, J.-L j. 3 t sked Aid ttiroat troubles, The effect of pine 011 the membranes i is well known. Pinex is the most-val- uable concentrated compound of Nor wegian white pine extract, and is rict in guiaicol and all the natural healing pine elements. Other preparations will not work in this formula'. This Pinex and Sugar Syrup recipe nas attained great popularity through out tbe United States and Canada, 11 imitated, Though aevei BLANKETS A1J wool, '1 3b.: regular retail price 16.50. A lighter weight, at Gray Blankets, at Comforters, at PILLOW SLIPS AND SHEETS At the prices of the linen. OVERCOATS Fur coats, regular now Tweed and Frieze, from Sheep lined, fall length. SHIRTS All Regal Si .50 shirts at.....S9c. Faultless work shirts, regular 75c to to President Suspenders.......35c Stetson and Going at less s 3 for SHOES All McCready's and that uar- antees the quality. than. cost. Peabody's Overalls Excelda Handkerchief SUITS have the suit yon prices you want to pay. The val- ues we offer can never be dupli- cated again. Buy your new suit far XiTiSs now and save enough to buy presents for the rest of the famiy. All wool, -S4.00 per suit Our Price per garment Fleece lined, per garment .4oc A cheaper line of wool at. per suit 81.25 and Beat in mind Sadowskfs Genuine Sale has Green Signs a( with this recipe. Your druggi Ptoex or will get ir for you. If not to the fact scud lo The Pines Co., Toronto, Out be irroivrlv Steer for the Green Signs SADOWS OUT OF BUSINESS SALE HO Round Street Remember the Green Signs ;