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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta February 2. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD The COSTS NO MORE THAN THE ORDINARY KIN PS COMPLIES WITH ALL PURE FOOD LAWS DoesNOTcontainAilJM FULL WEIGHT ONE POUNDCANS __ MADE JNGVJV ADA. EWGJLLETT CO. LTD. TORONTQONT OLD OFFICERS REFUSED TO BE CANDIDATES i the committee about jf." (16 :you think; that JCoatiBUeJ from front tht, trtk; board ibouid vwc- all namcd 'mcellng( al: declined most emphatically grant Sem unller f 1 I 1 I over publicity, po11 A- unnmghaui n- Aid. I want to'lay I 10 roles ami' l; ani in- favor of a larger ksiced for- ballot paper uj-cd to faying t.lile Because lie had anything oii'.'i lie'alderman who LO beja8 against .Mr. Hagel but because it had cnairhjaBi j'Applause ueen offered.by one of the Aid. replied thai on thii com- as H" reason for the dry he; did not intend to be a mere i head. He. would he every bit .NOW, continued Mr. Nosjrse, Mr. j as active-on-it chairman. hftfi not been setting the amount j Bowman j of job printing he thinks lie JK entitled Xid voice wa tlie reaiiph f. Pour years ago, On AW near.) see i publicity campaign 'inaujfurkud year Vote the wecutiyo. council contained names of A. llnrr, A. .undenakett R.ifton-O'annijip, K. P. Cony bean1, and.criee of "Now you're1, K.C., K. K.-Mac Arthur, .1.' The MEDICAL COUNCIL FOR ALL CANADA Conciliatory bowman .to son, F. VV. Downer .Mr. ivet: ".Von- Vc uiidewxud Ald.j Haw't'len. W R 'MUey's understanding of the .motion. your opinion' the same. Aid. Goode Oifftrt Ala, "Goode: certainly not. John Tarior. J, Dobbin: R. Slvr. 'SVood'ii y., vvuen 1 aw on That makes] u. j. [f, Skeith fl.'R.Ti v-. Loni- nfiare v.as president; ipeik.-ag tne other member of the pub-1 cma-iii recommendation I am not i j.' r> t'onvbcarc I) H I-'llon oi rhe o! l.nuie, there was one! Bowman going to turn around and vote against j >hlpv newspaper, tne Dally Mr.j .J4gv lt minute-or Wauer." ir Tra6 ter had the chairman of the committee I Downer. John Tayloi. Dobbin! C. A', a hard.proposition-to run a. daily pa- per.in'tne c-Hy the size of l.etlibridge, j. lam down me nile that the dally paper there never had. been a meeting of the com- set every support j that ttie rould give it, by giving j 'motions about which riigtiisslon had it all the board's printing." The Herald was tnen a "weekly and received none! 7'' lot1 it. A year later, :Be'position was r The Herald was a daily and important Bill Before Spec- i IUea ot supporting the daily, as it was Uie best advertisement for the city', the Herald was 3! veil the'bulk of the printing. "1 "he ,sairi. "ir; y'qu wiii iook'into it, tUav Herald has ipr the last two years received the oiiik ot. the hoard's nrintinjr it was with good reason, if the members oeen the 'council 3t a b.te ial Committee at Ottawa nad not agreed to what had been (lone) i nnur in Uhefevening and pcrbap.'j had received the consideration that sueuid have -been given them. As far as concerned there was ?.bso- i liit'tly ho antasooism between ihc council-an'd the Board ot Trade. The money by the council Uo- the is the money of the ratepayers council feelt'. that the'.representatives of ..the late payers some ssiy iu and us expendUude. had been a. fiiowl they'could'haveJcliauted-it; r'or mon'tli'! he had 5tbotl yeiore. them (assure him. th'at it" he allow him- and" -'asked tor'criticisms or sugges-j tibns." _ .-A.Sage Lttter regard to-the matter of asicing the city council for a grant of JoOUb; no read from'a letter, written by AM (o a morning paper in which the self io. be. renonunated have.a stronger -supporter oh the city'? p'unfjcuy. than himself. (Applause.) -In.the "matter ot-printing the'reason1 given lor-the distribution ot patronage] to one paper was, Ottawa. Feb. Black's Mil for a Dominion .Moilirnl co'incil, instead of a separaic counci] for each 'province.1, wan considered special ebmmmoe of the House.ot'Qommons tofiliy, and was reported minus its most import- ant dause. 'The clause may h'e passed iatei'. [niecliief objection ro- the 'bill came .from Mr. Hurabbldt. who said that lie had -been instructed .the Medical Council of Saskatche- wan to oppose the'bill, more particu- larly provision'for the representation of.'medical .universities in the council; Saskatchewan-.hot hav- ing: a mod'scaj-college. Ur. said that-it had been rc- poned by JJr. Roddick, of that all provinces were in favor of ihej measure. Dr. Xeelcy asked that con- sideration be deferred-till he could communicate with the Saskatchewan council. This was agreed to, and t he1 ino% However, wished to rescinti1 thcj rquesc.it could .easily do so as it.hadj01' Jr.: nxcfrpt-.tnrourh he would Aid. uo-jde and'.Mr. Ives carried on! an. argument stong-these iitiee forj some, minutes'and-then the latter ask-j would IJG dotiu if his- committee'and'Hie Board ot Kind to Nourse While ihc liaHots were hi-ing couht- f. Vice-President-elect K.-A. '.t'tin- ith hedged-with the 'president read tonight is the.best 'Vou are.-.putting it up to repori ever to the itirf-otitrir; is no stift'er than it Mr.-.lves pointed out the inconslst-i i-ism of .the Beside Fire Hall Let i'.s: show you why St. Catharines carried a bylav; to 'grant, the Steel used it for a -.vhlle yon will a'lmit. it is the best you have ever (ised. Taur Nya! Drusr will guarantee Hlrsu- ,tone to" do all that for it. remaining clauses of the. bill were pass ed. The proposed measure prvides that the council shall consist of three mem- bers to he named by rhe federal-gov- ernment, two .by. rhe nine pro- vinces.'one representing each medical college, and three homeopath.ists; provides that legislation must be ratifiecl by-.'all -legislatures, and tliat any -medical --council voiild withdraw by-a two-thirds vote; The! Dills also provides thar physicians'of i ten years' siandins will not be-com-i pelieil to pass- :in examination the "bill comes ..into i'orce the provincial icouncii sho'.ijd haye: reiison to be dissatisfied. isr.- He 1-ad aeavd the; neirapiners; not yet come before .the city council. Presidential -The names oii'ered for election for president by: t.he tee were H. George -M. Hatch.'" 'J'he meeting it wished could udd other nominations. Point :r." 5. -Mac'Ksime rcnominated the re- tiriug presideiu. Mr. -X'ourse said that under'no conditions would lie ac- cept nomination, as he had said iicfore ic restrictions" imposed on.the TV -.council were "in expenditure, and UiRttie board oC Trade to ask '-permis- sion every. time it wished to spend a dollar, ".No they don't. There Us a si-eat between -the school _ board, and the: Board of .Trade Jn. the" former the matter of spending trie taken', out' of '.our. bands by ict.ot parliament." v. 'r.Mr ency- or die: city.'; council, lurninp over j also, heard the'cither side a-lump sun) of-.loO.'JUO year .to the! which he wa- sure I anything} Haldi; to heal v .Bci'aiise of tjjis row. pre- sident had refused io. accept er ofticc.'and he ihnuglit'.they-shbuld make it so lie could suggested-' thar the _ of: past president. 1 Nourie Replies Mr.' Nourse out .iliAt -.it "si the con- -nieaisure bur when 'the city council, forced': the. school .board .to piibMiih a'siatenient'ot' its and in the: press before it got its Aid. said thoujlit they wandering; from the point. Jt help until I got a bottle of 1 have, it ia the hblne time for the children, i couldn't.get- along if I I wish to thank you for all been" to my Dr. Wooil's Norway '.he work of lung president. You will ail acres' Norvray p'iiie tnee. ire. he said, that' the' Wild Cherry remedies makes it: one known preparations .for and all Throat-and It is put up ia a. yi pine treea the at all iLanuftctured only bi Co., Limited, Toronto, will j of Tratif; hy any president: or" .--other pflic'et'. Thcv'haii hearrt'-of some crhi seemed. to him. thai they were ail at over-'jiiar. four, words in ['resident Xouvse: ''The greatest objection, .of- myself and- the vpu'nc'SMii to Sipe ns.s al-vay's lieen autaronistic Uoard of Trade council." Aid. "Sage: "J. deny v I'resmeht Xoursc: "iu your letter to the press .both under own name and innumerable the. motion, namely, "from time to nme." And because of. these words it was being said that the city, coun- cil did not. know lor what they were and "had been faid. Iti- ttie newsnapers. Aid. Oliver Aid. Oliver''rose; to thai that the new executive-council iirst tinie. tie took lull responsibility do.good work. qtitution coiild not bt, amended out-Hut-, notitt- ed however, far ji kind thought, and had no :personal anlipathy towards Aid. or-any of the he wanted to step down and office without'any hard feelings, lie j McNicol, declaring those who were es to ifte board'of trade from time' yards of the Thames Iron Works Co.. io time in rough the cnainnnn of "its cognomens you are. _j intended .to irsterfere'Kith the boArd at all.- 'He', con W see now why: there wng so: much objection, to die .motion- expressed himselt to trust ..the board with any amount of money and no strings on it. The niem- oers'ot' the bosrd. of Trade were buil- ness a binicb .of sciioorkfds- taking up the threads of tne discuESion again, said there seem- ed a great difference of opinion in the council .itself-as In the inten- tion of tne motion, -and ae proceeded j te rcviev the opinions given by the airtereru. aldermen who had spoken. can .quite see'wfcat you are do- interrupted- Alii- Goode. "As a are trying to lend ine up to au expression of. opinion." "You.-have'-.already given an expression of opinion." Aid. Goode: "Yoti are trying to set me to s.iy how much money 1 think the board should be allowed to spend i its-most .-active Aid. have not." Nourse: "VVhy. Here is a letter of yours that, appeared 'only'-this rnormnp.-' You have all read It, there] is no need for tne to read it Aid. Sage: I wrote ic'.'" Frestrtent was t'ohi by a :man who was in the" newspaper office w'nen you left it there Ihat yoii wrote it." Alci. Sage: "That man is a tiav. President Ndurss: I believe mm." (Applause.) In response to a. request from Mr. Jves. the president then re-read to the meeting the letter conveying the city council's "energetic publicity" motion. S. S. Dunham offered a resolution to clear up the. .situation .in'1 re'g'ard t the diiterence between, the city council and the'hoard or trade in which suggc'slwi-that the he: asked: to iltfmiieiy ]usi how much -oi slance of a" mistake' ablrity Trib'utev The during the. tTVo had beenT associated .wil Mr; ban .been ,_i most snv .success Ithat a .grant -it will jjive' the board its Boarii -0urse: "That is just what it (speak treatise he thoueht'.he bad gjv- says. !cn .Mr. Nourse :i diJTerent idea of the; Gooric rtoeeiv't mean that f council's intentions than those under} at all. wuai is wnich lie appeared lo be In'ooring. .Mr. Nourse- we have to wnen the motion came before the. council he bad not-voted on it because n? happened to-be in the chair, but the Hoard of Trade HP: thought, they could safely leave it to the aldermen who were present. A Head and Tsiless Body Nimihons ihoiiciir that UIP matter should hp followed up, how- ever. The head oi the organization had rcsiyrie.fi or withdrawn, owing to the city council'? action and counting himself as tiic tail, he said the tail j was going quit tnoi ami a Mr. is riue almost Mr. .McXicdK 1 celieve, he decided to spend'say J20UO and your, committee said wouid the expend- j v'ov' l. uare hlocked? Vou said 'yes.' in .wrtjch case three men would be block- ten." Aid. Uoode: "Then you think, we aldermen are elected to a or. as mere woorten men." Mr. eonie o! t L-augnter.) Oi! an tht K. A. Uunningham here hyih retiy had shape. The Secretaryship "Ar-this juncturp there stiil remain- ed the secTclaty in hr elected. And ,i strenuous llirre-quarlvrs of an hour 1 followed before :he question tn I whether, or'not i.hc election should he that he is without t publicity man there. Canada. Galore The morion .to days was withdrawn again, several motions and; mer.ts io the amendments there was a babel-inf. points of order, precedence of 5 tnor iious and the privileges-.oi. fir.atly. iiam put the thirir Hsys. A standing .rote {all rd 3S for the adjourna-cat and. ii against. them." placr, nad he not been in the chair hc would! by what it says, not by what is meant. 1 am not attempting to read tne minds of the alrtermen." 1 Aid. Bowman here tried to pour oil mnst certainly liave voted in its-favor, j on tue vraicrs and declared zliat f.he i was rjisiie saiislied in hi? own' tnn.t me ciiy council had no idea I or ymacoiminc the Hoard of Trade i Mis own heart was with the board and nc hp.d but pruise for work u had doing during the} two years Notirse had been presi-f moiiou Jiad been passed hy the somewhere around the midnight hourj and probably was not considered tnouciitiuiiy as it misht have been. Silence Is Golden -Mr. (vcs: "J would like to ask Ald.j jicm. He maintained however that snd members of.the council! the city council would be doinp wrong! 11 if voted away the money aaked if -A was nor anpointed which j would have control ot Us ex- pcnfliniro. 'n-ifrs peemed to a i grt-at deal of objection io The person- j fliny ot the contlemnn who chair- j man o' ihe coftiniitteft appointed, lie wanted tr> SHV that Aid. Sage was only our of thrrc on thnt tommiflee and r.s rhairmnn would havo no voie and ftav? less power thanv and Aid. Kowman, the other i ih? Do Committees I'repiden'. Noiirse here inisrposeu the remark tbs'. Aid. (loode's last statement, was not corner Aid. Kowman would bear him out that the cliy co.incl! committess prac'ic- ally never met and the work allotied io Tln'iii prarticallji- enili'elv nr uhe'hor it should take followed, bsfiorc it- was tinally on a iiivision to adjourn tried (ojinccinit; fur thirty days an.i to hold smooth things ourin order io get. down ifa- clrrtiun 'then, i to the election of but the dis-j Rajpj-, sel xvhcrls in mo- ciiMion was continued at aome length j foi- anioiirnincnr. lift spokr riy Messrs. Skeith, A. ixjfobin. 5lye and others, two of the new points brought up the of the publicily and I wntther or not the city council pn> J pofifd rhat expenditures bv tiie hoard sources Tne Canadian Farm tfiit: tweivc months s.-E. Eskins Unt.. ?ot from tea White pullets 1.55S he sold for nrrie over j the city council should 50 body for endorsement. i Bitch of j r. Nourse wa? ;hen namcd for re oi at >omf thr RPcessity of an j to the tiiinuic puMictry campaign, campaign such us has built up l.os Angcics I'oi'tland as iwo plvs And as is Sasl taking n ciu- size of l.eth- (jurstion of thr city pub- licity has got to hc ;i scienci; in it- srlf. ami if was soir.g lo Nervous Prostration Makts You Woalr, rmluvk upon a campaign onjronr' j'i tennon po to secure ttie concurrence of the J'm" to spanrf a. dollar, -council.' publicity committee for T. S. way norninaipd. buj. cry exnenditure it may wisk to make? on same gro'.inds as Mr. uric-f or 1 Nouise. F. Downer nominaiod Aid. Saze: "I merely want, to say I me." was 5hf- lai- that. l an; onJy one of three and reply inidsl tonsiderabip, laugh- s-nent one rhat." j Ont'w :.wo -Mr. is iust n. U> non t j hm .icclined. sv ptoplt re. -with deranged nervee they fH 6nd thst Miibnfn> Hwrt and Nerve hev presi'ieniship, hr! ovpr was u-nr nominations wn't an AW. AW. 'Mllcy. werr you Kpotrn with onlr A. H M ,Utrh in Me- lhf His TMn eleOUs by votes to 26. Cunningham (or Vice m -Mr. question was not ali. HE hadn't any idea that {-C, tne council for details o' butiinenBiHioas for vice-president ne ditf think that 5otae A. -T-W. adnitiotisl ?ay r.ne ssndin? p exliloit to about w-hic'b' or puhliciiy commissioner lajrf unii! sompthinp more, definite as to ihr. rjtr rour.ril's a-s to ihr- grxnr. Thr mo- niled of but somp and r-xprpssions of opinion the point r. Ti V. Downer, moved i mrnt. Ives Praises Before it was put. 1.' condition. do this by their on evcrr .ind of tna body, sad their cnra- tive powft- manifests ihev arc taken. 1 z i my ,n praise of your Mil- i biirnV and X-n-e f tcrnolr ncrvoia prostration, j not able tp ?-1 unanimous "permission of i to mv houiakold duties, and noTc- I can meeting to speak. Fir grasped ihr j mitbMIysarthatloweraylifeto tiem, _ i t .iirvnnprt Vcvwjir j bmi oy Hie Uinlinc; lha! ;i Powr.er. T. S. Mackpn- E. U. RjUnh, A. B Siafiuvd ir.oiior, bad behind r, n def ni-ition a the j i nree ooxes s.opped my Trouble.' j Miibiirn's Heart and Nerve Pilk .lOc. per bov, or boxes for Jl.2o at al! doaler.11! or ruailod direct on of srcrrurvj-I'.ip. flrlivn- i wire, by T. Milburn Co., Limited, (noil -J. i "Tcroato, Ont. ;