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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta AK V u i vv COUNCIL HAD LONGSESSION bribe THE LICENSE BYLAW Up the Sfurc 'After-the city fathers had finished "gassing" last they vgot down 'to business and did u good big night's work after any ordinary council would have adjourned and then fin- ished up shortly after midnight. All the members were present except Aid Hutton. Real estate licenses formed a'very 'considerable part of the correspond f-nce of the Council. Several asked that rebates on last year's license bt granted as members of firms had re tired, and allowed oh'the license .for this year. Others asking thai the license be -abolished claiming that it granted no protection to' -le gitiinatc dealers. The whole business was referred to the'license and police committee. J. M. Ritchit'i Complaint J. M. Ritchie appeared before the Council as a 'representative of the or a month's 7rades and labor Council to protes 3ranted. against, the child labor at the Wo'yi len Mill and to request information concerning the payment of schoo taxes by the Woollen Mill, 'Ellison Mill and other subsidized firms. R said also that laborers' wages wen bting reduced so that now getting in many iristanc.s only 171-2 cents an hour. He wu.s asked to pu his case in writing for submission talancc of the lumber that the city under contract to purchase. The mount'still on hand is' some twenty liousand Aid. Cunningham xpUinod that if the Council took he lumber it was required it would LHJ satisfactory, but it was not ight to buy the same class of lum- ber elhewhere while the city's eon- ract was not filled. -The Council con- curred in this view, Put Uo The street signs purchased a ,-ears ago but never put up were orr lered to be placed where they jf some use. Want a Sidewalk A petition of the residents of the buth side of Ford for a sidewalk that street from Ash- ncad St. to Westminster Road. Re- "erred to works and property commit- tee. Revision of Water Tariff The waterworks committee reported the Council that they wished the ,-evision of the water tariffs referred back to the committee for further Consideration. Chairman Adams ex plained that he wished to have 'Watir mister Kleetwood present for advice ?he report was adopted. of Absence fWTMAUlT ActUn City Council m Uivicw wrote the Council promising o correct the nanics iu the Loth- bridge edition if the city would AC- the for uow at the Bank o{ Commerce. The mayor did not see how they could get out of for it. Aid. Ives said he'd rath- r the city stand n suit thin pay he as the contract had been car- ted out in a time out of reason and 10 court would consider it a proper uifillmrnt. Aid.1 Ives-motion recit- ng the reasons for the of he number and saying that the Coun- cil did not consider it worth paying or and advising, the manager that .he city's copies were here'at his dis- posal, was passed. Aid. E. A; Cunningham asked the nayorV permission be accorded him leave of absence Aid. Macbeth'. Request Aid. Macbeth asked that he be a! owed to withdraw from the commit appointed to interview the A. R 't I. Co. regarding the square. He vould rather see Aid. vlves there a 12 was interested whereas he (Aid Macbeth) was not anxious to see th square cut up "and did not feel lik the matter with the com No action was taken. J. G. Harper, bandmaster, submil 'ed the annual report of the cit band for the year 1907. Amending By-Law A by-law amending the, license by faw with regard to dray and real e; Sate licenses was red the three time The by-iw will piv orotection to legitimate real estat iealers by taxing anyone who acts a in intermediary between vendor an real estate. Accounts to Be Paid The following accounts were order- paid: Western Ca nada A 11.40 Lethbridge Electric Co. power ......I............... 489.56 Robi. Green 7.80 Jas. Ashcroft ...........___ 5.20 Chas. A. Steilenger Co...... 36.00 Lelhbridge Iron Works 21.88 Canadian Fairbanks 7.69 Lethbridge Electric Co, light 77.00 A. R. I. Co.............. 30.10 H. M. Parry ....v........... 6.75 Turpin Furniture 95.75 J. D. Higinbotham Co.. 20.55 Nelson A 64.97 Central Hardware........... 17.90 C. W. Gray............... 72.90 A. Macdonald 34.90 .Quong Sing............... 10.50 City Bakery 11.00 Te Wheat felt The manager of the Wheat: licit SECRETARY OF EPWORTH LEAGUES Tho Rev. J. A. Jloyle. western src- rotary of Epworth Lx-agucs and Sun- day Schools 'occupied, the pulpit in Wesley Church at both services Sun- day, arid also uddresjwxl the pupils of the Sunday School in the after noon. At the preaching services he made H strong pfca in bchair of t of the departments, or the church with which he is directly as- At ihtr morning service he based hiw rcnmrks- on Hcv. 2. "On tho Hast Throe Gates." He consid- ered .John to be the greatest, clear- fOULTRYrMIM MEET A Ptt Stock of the committee of the csx, strongest of Bible characters, poetry coops. Uthbridge 1'oultry and I'et Stock association was held on Friday even- iug, there being present Messrs. W, A. HainilUxi (in the Sain Jones, E. J. Cook, W. Carter and F. J. Harbinson. 'Owing to the absence of Mr. toii through illness, tht> sow-eta rial! duties carried cut by Mr. Har- binson. minutt'.s of the last meeting were'read and adopted. It was agreed that Mr. A. W. Foloy give his lecture on poultry, which was to have been given on the 20thi ult., on the first evening of our show, February 25th. Full particu- lars, however, will be given later. The matter of advertising was gone the secretary was instructed to have advertisements inserted in the papers. The'schedule of prizes is now printed and" all those inter- ested in.the feathered v.orld should have a copy. As Mr. A. W. Folcy will be passing through the city tonight, the Poul- try association considered it would be an opportune time to have a meet- ing to discuss various points in con- nection with poultry and have ar- ranged to hold a meeting in the Fire Hall tonight at 8 o'clock sharp. There be several specimens on and a very interesting evening is knt-ripated. All those having an interest 'in poultry should make a point of be- i'ig present as a very instructive and Mt'iptul evening will be spent. It was arranged to ask the agri- cultural society for the loan of their The moil arc 'those who have the rest vision "of the love and thought of Christ. John knew the life and purpose of Christ better than anjf other man of whoni we read. Wo do not get this vision be- cause wo get and hh.vc false csUmation sof values. We got this vision just us we stand near God. Through -the gajtes on the north side, of the city the cold, uniinpassion ed kind of men entered. Tha impul- sive, emotional, impetuous" class en- tered through the south gates. Gates on the west were for those who put olT entering until late in life. 'Al- though are ia.linost no women and very few men entered ini after the 'ago -of had been reached. Through the gatos in the cast those in the morning o: life entered into the city. The speaker regretted the fact that the church has acted in the belief that the child must go into sin and be brought hack. The greatr CKI work on isirth is to keop the chil dren. pure and fres from; sin; KEEPS JAPS OUT OF HAWAII Orders of Mikado's Government Cre- ates Consternation Among Op- ponents of the Foreign Office Tokio, Feb. of the de- termination; of the Japanese govern- ment to. restrict emigration is shown by an official order issued to emigra tion companies today wherein al! emigration to the Hawaiian islands is, absolutely prohibited except h the cas'; of relatives of Japanese'al ready residing there. The order bearing oh omigratioi to the Hawaiian islands has created consternation among the emigration companies' who expected to institute a; virulent'attack, upon the foreign office, policy in this respect. Marqui Htiyashi, however, is determined no to yield and says.that the Japanes government, having piven a promis Neglected are Lost LOSE 16 roomed house, centrally located. down same, balance easy. roomed cottage and 2 lots Bartiett Stroof, casb. A snap at this figure. tat Iffitt Nock f 111111 III 111111 I III11 111 i IIHI illl I 11 I III11 New.-; York. 1 Feb. the FjfthVAvenue t1 v ed Friday by rcjiori that a L first, institution for the saving of young lives IK the ".Tho plastic young! life is jnoiikkxl as the parents win. 'J'hc'Impressions of tlic early life arc given in the home. The mother is God's greatest Evangelist. While homo influence cJocs noi will not recede from, it, rc-gardless of political pressure. V The program .of today's session of the the speech of Foreign Minister, the Marquis Hay- ashi, regarding DIP. emigration, ques- tion, was suddenly changed and the speech was postponed to a later date, when it is expentt-d that Marquis Haj-ashi will outline definitely the plans of the government for the rc- i striction of omicration. to America ccaso tiio Hie oi tnc child projects in-1 __, to the world. Tbc Sunday School u that the post- is intended to nvx-t'this expansion. In of the departments, of News Print 4.25 J. D. Higinbotham ____ 80.00 City Cartage Co. ____ .50 Lethbridge News 6.50 Western Stationery Co 3.45 Fire Brigade (wages) 250.00 FROZE TO DEATH IN A WELL EHopia, Wash., Feb. the temporary curbing of the deep well sunk here gave way and buriod of the workmen, it vras believ- ed that they could be rescued alive. By means of the pipe it was known that both were alive and unhurt. This fact caused the rescuing party to work night and day. Milk and were sent down to the men through the pipe for two days. Then emme a Use when the tap- pings on the pipe were unanswered and this caused much alarm, bat M but few hours before the men reported themselves all right., the In another thirty- hours the men were reached and then it was dis covered why they did not answer Both j were dead, froren stiff. In some manner a freeiinfg current o had been tarrwxi into the well catching the men before they could give the alarm. roll" and iepartmonls. and spoke of -the bene- Hs them. In his dpin- on the rnofft. important in the school was the primary. If in this rradc a liking for the school could be created the child'.will; always re- main a pupil. This department should have the best teacher. Tt is mportant that -the 'teacher-under- rtAnd child life, r In speaking of the n4cnncdiatc grades the preacher ad- ponement was due to the fact that a reply from the American government to the last memorandum from Japan was. expected to be handed to the foreign office this afternoon. Since the delivery of its last mem- orandum the Japanese government has most stringent in- structions to "ill governors and other officials concerning the'regulation of future emigration along the lines of the future definite policy of restrict lion which includes the prevention of emigration of laborers to America and Canada except under given con- of Lhe pledge ditionii Which wm bo satisfactory to and 'spoke of the drink evil. Thc U weak point in the Sunday School is ]aborer_ wm coxm- that. boys drift out between the cf 13 and 17. A should interest, teach the IVibte as a. book, make moral and re- ligious applications, to lead cverj" child 10 knowledge of Goo nnd train for Christian This is the greatest work. God has given us to do. In the evening Mr, Doyle dealt with the "Younjg Man" problem and chose tbc words "Js the young roan Absolom safe" to 'suggest his line of lie said the 3'oung men's movement is upon ;ss, this is the age of tha man. Ai? interest _is often taken in the young men when it is to emigrate to Mexico. permitted AN EXTRA YEAR FOR CURSING (Wftsttrn Awoci at cd Press.) Kingston, Feb. H. Cameron, convicted of stealing boots and sen- tenced to one year by Magistrate Farrel, cursed the court and c-all- td back and given an additional year. Some men go through life ptyiag only luilf tod tbcre many of thew. Who Pays the Other Half Are 700 etrirfog to BMinUin other mem ui idtaieet Bay your Hoate Fanisbingt here and aroid paying other men't bad debts. 1Ee Turpin Furniture Co. too late to gtrt tho best out of lives. He recominomkxr the Haraca movement as a splendid plan of meet ing the clique spirit- developed in the youih. a class conclu- sions as a whole cc-ch mombor Ihs hor.or of Uh: clnss was at stake and this heljxxl each one of to stand for the right. To keep a boy clean, straight and strong up to -the nobility of manhood Is' a rr thing than to nxlaim a wnn- itertr. In referring particularly "to c work Mr. spoVac of the Christian work as Jjfling the most important. He made a utirr- ing apprwl for the work ot' this de- partment and advi-wM to tho mcth of work. To meet the hunger fell'by .the at largv meet- ings should not be litcrarj'. The nlwjiotuiry rtopartmont by to thought of others from matcriAliMn. To counteract tho inordinate desire for wraith de- velop missionary spirit. At -this Mrs. L. A. Felger Cmne Unto II. "Ttw Hoty City." wbich were appreciated. The Lethbridge Auction 410 ROUND STREET TO LOAN On Personn! of every detcripiion at reasonable ratct of iaterest. Frank G.Waddington AUCTIONEES Facts about Gridky, Biggs and Sunset Colonies in Butts and Sfltter Counties, Cat, Greatest Deeiduout Fruit District Five to six crops of alfalfa annually. Climate which has muile the state famous. Plenty of cheap water for irriga- tion. !No cyclones, no blizzards, no droughts. Continuous growing and cropping seusoiv Richest soil in the state, autl home of diversified farmiug. Oranges ripeii from four to six oarlier than in other parts of the state. Churches, railroads, telegraphs, telephones and good schools. Electric irilehirlian cars connecting urith the large cities, Irrigation from Feather River, the third largest stream in the state. Annual rainfall 20 inches. More than 300 days of sunshine every year. Magnificent scenery, good hunting and fine fishing., A good live and a sure place to make money hi. Write or cn.ll on H. W. FRIELING, tan! Igat b. if Clifford For Information and Literature kttl, UtfcNp, Curt Agents Wanted I I I I The Mberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lots Noti of the Railroad and West o! Westminster Id. FROM 1 EACH Also a few; Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each TERMSEASY One-third cash, months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum fiterti latfiy uri C8. (M llti. BUY SHARBS IN THE! Galbraith Coal Companyitd, Capital, 25c Shares cpmptiny's mine, located at Lnndbreck. Alberia. is in no a prospect. They sre shippirsg tons of high gratle coal per day and they cannot meet their orders. The mine" plant, costing many thousands of dollars, is complete in every' detaij and their shipments will steadily increase. The Next Dividend Payer We are assured that the mine will be the next one in (lie Crow's Nest coal field to rench a dividend paying basis, and look to ihe first dividend paid within the next three months. We cannot advise you too strongly to take advan- tage of our present offering as we firmly believe it to be without equal at the price. Tight money in the States is responsible for the unexceptional opportunity which we make. We have a few thousand shares of this -which we will sell in t blocks of 100 to 2000 ?it 27c per share. Full particulars on application. Correspondence solicited MIGHTON CAVANAUGH 111! Brokers, Nelson, B.C. PionrarCoal IS ON THE MARKET All Onlere Strictly Attended to Cash Mnst be Paid on Oelirery Type-Writing Agency is ore Trj -'n all kimls oi ioation. El. E3. SLOAN of 142 Invejjtigati no such fetop had b'een. takyii, that the following lulos Jmdfbeen ported r You' must not drink intoxi- r cants with meals in public restau- rants. I--- You must not enter any saloon. You must not enter any gambling t Ijoase. 'l You must not enter any poolroom." YOLI not visit any rase track. You mast not enter eny .shop. "J You must not speculate. You must not attend prize fights. You mubt not 'have vicious com- _ You must not frequent reports or bccouie conspicuous where the great white lights blaze. The Garbutt Business College Of (Jalimry !L 'i. inoderu eourtrs iu Tf'fiirrnpljy, S''ortlnmt3 JinJ etnployx lenoherH, vounjr "und hiiurtvH Write for prociHH.'tUB "L." nny riniw, V.G. GARBUTT, Principal PROFESSIONAL CARDS DRS. McCLURE STEWART, Sur-r geon Deutists. Office Hours: 12 n.; 1p.m. iu 5p.m. HAMILTON YOUNG Engineers and L Higiiibotliam Lethbridge. W.S.GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. McGill Physician, Surgeon Accducher Office 914 Redpath St. 'Phone 53 9 a.m., 2-3. 7-8 p.m. C.F.P.Conybcare, K.C., D.C.L., B. Morton Jones, B. C.'L. CONYBEARE JONES Solicitors, Etc. Office: Conj'beare Block. Lethbridge, Alta. 22-lvr. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. Office: Southard Block. Money to Lend on Town p.nd Farm Property. B. C. MOORE Funeral Director and'Embalmer to Presbyterian, Church. CfSce Phone 102. Residence I3o. CONTRACTORS _Jr, CARRUTHERS, JONES SCOTT, Plasterers and Bricklayers All kinds of Cementing done. Con- tracts taken for Building or Repair- ing. Aita. F. B: ROLFSON ARCHITECT Roam 9 Whitney Block. 30-0 Herald Market Place Wbea you hire itiyibinf to sell to rent place it this colcisa. If use Ibis coluraa. 25c iiscriioi 6 iasertkiB3 for SI BOARD AND ROOM BOARD AXD ROOM can be given to twfi "rapeetable me-ru E. Oxlnnd, Bompas St. -44-G ROOM WANTED room, cen- trally Ir.c.itftd, or withoiu board. Apply IJnx T. Herald. 4.VJ HELP WANTED young girl to assist in taking care of baby. Apply Mrs. McKeown, Baroness Road west oi F. L. Naismith. 45 3 SERVANT WANTED 1 SERVANT good j oral srrvnnt wanted .it onco. Apply to Mrs. J. H. T.ethbridpe. Poclpath street. 46-3 WANTED DRILLING OUTFIT, required to operate, is Section 16, Township 10, E 24, Apply P. 0. 'lJox.332 Loth- bridge. 46-6 CLERK WANTED A BRIGHT INTELLIGENT NIGHT CLKRK wonted at _A m.in prr-forred. Apply Holrl. WANTED GOOD GENERAL SERVANT. ply to Mrs. P. Naismith. -42 -if SITUATION WANTED A situation ns1 teamster 'Or' 5n 'ware- i house, man. Apply Hox 7.. c-o I-ethbridge TTer- aid. Linhhriilijo Alta. 42-ft The Herald Job Department Pro- duces All Manner of Fine Work. TO LET Woll fum'.sliwl room, ''suitable Tor one or two mim'of'gpod habits. Ap- ply Tiompas Street, No. 42-6 ;