Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume V. Letbbridge. Alberta. Thnrxdsiy, December 28, 1011 Number ESTEVAN'S MEMBER IS RAILROAD ENTHUSIASTIC George A, Bell Predicts Great Expansion for the Future A GOOD BOOSTER ADVERTISING PAYS '1'ho Herald's publicity space briiiss reaulti. That fact, has 4 demonstrated repeatedly ff and the latest tribute WHS re- today from the C. Loweg Co. A few dflyg ago -J. they advertised certain lots for sale and today a letter of a most gratifying character was received -from Toronto, tbo ad- ff vortlBoment having been read 4 in that, city, and the offering i of the F. Lowes Company rugarded a investment. the result of a modest In- vestment the F. C. Lowea Co. the C.I'.R. in-getting construction make a sale repoyinK the ad- material on the scene during the past, vertiseroeBt twenty tlmea over. le.w moullis, at. least one liiindroil What publicity npuce did tat llliIC3 branch will be built from the end ilurinK the coming year., opinion was eipresseil to the Herald yesterday afternoon by George 'A, -Hell, member of the Saskatchewan legislature for. llw -Estevan district. Mr, iJbll is in the city in .the iuUv- usts ot one ol'. the fli'ms tenderiiiB on tlie paving contracts, and will remain until thc contract is awarded. Accordins to Mr.' Bell, thc con- Lethbridge-Weyburn Line Will Qpen Up Fine Country 'Judging by the activity aliown of Hie Lelhbridge-Weyhurn P. C.'Lowe. Company it will do for any other business FIGURES SHOW GRATIFYING GROWTH MUST OBSERVE TEST CASE OF FRANKFORT VILLAGE IS THE LICENSE Provincial Officers Vigi- lant in Enforcing the Ordinance RUNNING BLIND PIGS Man at Milk River Sent to Jail Parkland License Kdlnoulon, Dec. suspen- sion oi the license of the Grand Cen- BONUSING GAME London Will Fight in the Courts to Retain an Industry London. Dec. C. Meredith, London's city solicitor, yesterday bridge merchants. The Herald H traction of the: Lethbrideo-Weybimi iinu -is'going. an important lac- tor in building Bp._9outhwostern Sas- katchewan. He airs'It will open up hundreds of thousands of acres of rich land, now. practically useless on account of laolc o! transportation TENDERS OPENED FOR CITY WORK COUNCIL TRYING; TO GIT EVERY- THING READY FOR 19.12 BOARD Every effort is being put forth by Mayor Adam? tind the city hall staff to get thc tenders for the., paving ntrncts in that dUHf.. The f of Mf m mil in the region through which the 19n line will Is a clay loam, and ..relns. lt at ,n possible-a although joniewhat dry, bo Irelieves' wiii.be cBlleu'ftpmcyr-.-on- or Saturday when the successful bidders will be decided ;upon; the .con- that proper farming will wake'that dislrict.just as pfoduoUve as any other Jjsrt oi'the province. tracts duly slgnod no. Anethtr Line -The .'tender.; waro opened yester. day. and the civic tuthorttles are well Tbafc Lethbridje will be practically wide .VunBeV-giypn on a direct llae with Estevan'was statement made bv Mr. iicll The.C.P.R. is tontemplating a brand iu a'v.est anil.northwesterly direction from pstevan to lorra a junction'Witli "hjlie-.- line brldge have direct coinee tlon with Winnipeg." Southern Saskatchewan is fairly .veil lor railways. This will he specially so when 'the Lothbridgc- Wcybiirn branch of the C.P.R. and xho Mirysneid branch ot "the O.N.R. Car Felt Speaking of the crops in his .section of the west Mr. Bell-stated that they were'ahpva the .average this year, the farmers are prosperous this fall. Some little difficulty was 'tn- vountered during threshing season owing to weather conditions, hut on the whole the greatest trouble the farmers bad to contend with was lack of transportation facilities. The car shortage throughout ..soul-hern .Saskatchewan has been greatly felt "by the grain snippers in spite of the fact that more, grain has been ship- ped out of country this season than ever a similar period. .Saskatchewan, hi his opinion, ranks tfrst among tba provinces or states as a grain growing area, and thc far- mers will not be able to get the full benefit until 'beiter transportation is provided.. Western Canada is destined, lie said, to Ka the granary of North America insofar as wheat growing is concern- ed. The steady inereasf. ol corn grow- ing in the fornnr. wheat states is pushing the wheat'belt firthcr ani farther north, aal the demand for western Cunada wheat is steadily in- creasing. (Continued on back them to ;chpoae. from. ;Th8 f contract Called forth ejsht. tenders lucludlnp cesrly every known paving. -'It is likely that ;iwp' atylea of. paving will, be chosen in order that the city may experiment, Tweilty-fouT. tenders were received from- 'Canadian, American and'.Euro- n, firms (for. the street riiiiway- ma chinery'aud equipment. It- will take a (lay or two to figure on these teud ers and get them tahulateir'for -the report to the council, as each portion of :lbe efiuiptnent will .be- considered separately, tiio contracts zolnE to varloue ftrniK. 35 Settlers Entered Canada the Present Year Otuwu, Doc. only :i few days 6T thc year 1911 are left, the de- parluiont of the interior lids compiled the figures for tho immigration for the yeiu1, which arc practically com- plete. The total is aa coin- pared with in Up to Dou. I'irat tho. total was .ItiMH. ne- t-ember figures ure placed "at Tile British immigration shows a par-i tieiilarly largo increase reaching 835 in comparlfion with lor the year 1910. Thc American immigra- tion increased some four housand, the this year, December ex-Ural Hotel at- Okbtoks has been etpted, huiiiR The continent- raised on reports from Inspector al immigration jumpwl six thousand Niiumons of Lothbridgc. The prcmis- tutiiHiiig this year 72.47S. have been cleaned up and thc Imsi- Inir tse6ilbn of the provincial Ad vices received by D. Scott, ness jms been, sold to Mr. Quttman'turc a measure .will be offered by the NEARLY WIPED OUT BUY AT HOME The llei'illd hns ccmihmaliy v advocated that LetlibHdge peo- pie Hhould buy at home. Tho campaign bus borne good re- more are suffering Horn the same iheir union. They throueed Prince, Yu -Lung, .minister of'CHIEF FAVORS BUYING COMBINA- streets throughout the day hut. all hns been quiet and orderly up to now. j inn grand council, and Prince Tai Tao T the former niJniBter of war nnd bvn- was procured seem- llle prcsent OB. The dispute upread today to the conn-' eu a conviction before Magistrate -Me- olher slremrously 'opposed ty. of Cbeshire. The inilla at -Marple Millan, of Warner, and a line not be- the owned by Calico Printers combine ing.paid, ;i four inontlis' term .11 (lie locked out their hands this morning Letlihriilge jail was indicted. TTON AUTO CHC'MICAL AND HOSE WAGON An automobile combination chemical find hose wagon. "01 thr Jire depait jinent is being seriously considered by tthe city oOicials iiul it ni decidedly Hoyt IB4 J. T. Gnhmm; mu- Oll_ Mrt. Dr. Mn. in Cana'da and, on conrlotlon of the J'liB- fimi ludiwaip ill to oj MMart. B. ,aa MlflM H. Whttnon, H. Bcott. J. 8. gtmrt Ttilton, hi E. Oltald, reipooded to Mcura. Alnawona, of Ta- ier, Scwth, ud Tabrtim of BUM, S. J. Shtphsnt and B. Tabnim eontribotud (o the of tkt (infratnt, Haiti. CLIABINSS MIXICO WANTS AOMIZ bank for the week endlaf today City, Dec. It naat- 595 u compared with ad that Maxlcan the corTMpqnillnK weak about to aak far aitradltlon of Emilio from Stttw, to dtport tkom acraaa tbt lint. apiHtratiw. The experience of the RoMu Hood mills ai Moone Jatr ahmiM teach wwlerti oitlea a TiLEORAPM INflUIHY JAN. I lewon In thla Ottawa, Dec. Railway "The adding of iv !iwk ot.tlils ttyle Board definitely fixed on Jan. would not only increase the eRicioncy us the date' for the genera! enmih-jriof tho but TntiM ,ilso tnt Into the- tariff! of toll of the telnrapli down operating 'of tile osmpaniM nad tho settlement, of a i department, as It would do. away '-with proper twin for ttlinpwli companies two warns ot horaea, corre- drivers.'': an excellent Among tha spenk-, whose eloquence delighted the wen thc lion. W. T. Wntttj nilnlHter of finance; Sir Alan Aylon- worth. K.C., the lute minister of tice; W. Howell, leader of position III the Ontario lefialnwrj! L Justice .Rlddetl, Sir George C. Olb-, lions of London, C. Lynch Statmton of, HumlltoD, and .T. M. Altklaa, Mnnltoba.