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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta IP l^RIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1917 m PAKOWKI . (frt/n Oui- OUrn Correkponacnt) Ptkowki, At�., Feb. 2.-^h Thurs-inf afternoon at 3 o'clock,, Febnlary ls^at.ih� bote* df the brlde'� parebts, M4 and'Mra, BMck John^bn, of Olen Banner, Alta'., .th^lr daughter Mabel Aitilndawai united In marriage' to Ahd^w Briiiikdy i 6f Pakowkt; Alta., ney. 3. Qoldinfc btfi^latlng. Mr. Geo. W.. Hough of�-Pakowkl acted aa best marr and Mrs. W. Hough ab brideo-mm. The' intlnbers of the family^ -werei all fr^tisilt^ to; wttness the cere-mi^by: and thobgh the evening.was a ^toi'hir'oiie (B^erjrbne t>re�ent B�etn-^d; to enjoy themselves. The young c'ou()le Will reside on their - father's fa'lfm.' north of town.' jWllMam Peck, has purchased the ht(f section df. land adjoining him from I Mr. Ness, for. M.800. Wm:. bawson has recently sold -� half seoUon Of land to Mr. Hanson of Orlpn, for 16,000. We understand Uiat Mir. HMsonitaHes ttossesslon of it Ih the aprlttg. Wrt. cCronWte has returned, from Lethbrldge where he went to consult Dr/i LoVaringv with regard to his heitth. 'His i frlsiids will be pleased to :loarn that he iB rspldly convalescing. � , Air. and Mrs. Fred Ooodner have retturned from enjoying a few weeks' visit with friends m Montana. Fred says that he did not �ee anything in his, travels that could compete with Alberta and he is glad to, be back. Mr: arid Mrs. Leslie Bennett who have be6n visiting in Michigan have returned home okaini Dr.'^Bartlette > l^as purchased a fine team and sleigh* and : is busy hauling hlif tblgnorop to town; Tbi'Olasifojrd'^r'sbhbo] board certain-ly'pim "a ,n�ro'lful act to thfe poor beasls, >Vhen they erected that comfortable barn An the school grounds. We* wish every school board would t;::.:vV � .J. � : - , Mr^and Mrs. James Carter ot-Many-berrl^K, lefti last'week to spend a Jew Weeks'.wllh friends at liethtrldge, Raj^nkohd, Magrath and other points south. , . , , 'i . ;rCOALDALE ,'tlFronx- our Pwh Corre�pp,ndent): Coaidi^le^ -Feb, (Si-r-^The j: inOd^ration of �the tempefafuro' bri Sunday night and thd settlement of, the coal strike havo.-^lieved the minds of a good many'-Vhoae coil bins were none too hoavlly;;iit6ck�d. Re��'J^' M. Fawcett met with what mlgh^'j'have been a serious accident on JAhVijay night. He had just got into ;;t^�..^lg preparatory to going to theaiapltej Mile- :achdolhou8e>r.i(pr veiHir|j^V�ervJcf, when in isome way the.^htouk fright and,i;an kway. Lucklljc^Mri Bawcett was able to jump andj^eacape injury. The horses also escfp^il, but not the buggy, which was fouudv in several places on the pralrto.' - Wm.' Wliltely hafl returned from Oregon dul. has gone to the Cardston dist^rtct 'to Inspect hay for a time. MKi!R.|R; Ijee^has returned from a trip to )N^(|r|iska; where he was visiting frl^ds. v - Mrxind Mrb. H. A. Suggitt has left on a'trip to the coast. Mlsaf Ida Honeysett is giving her popular interpretation of VThe Dawn of a Tomorrow" by FrahdftD.r Burnetts together with m numbar of other elocutionary numbers, in Bow Island this week. She wtU shortly appear in Claresholm. And Lethbridge In the same capacity. '� Mrs. Qammack and^ sons Robert and James, who ispent a few months here last fall, visiting at P, O. Pedb ^irae.i The o. K. S.'held thiir. regular meeting on Monday vnigh);. The lodge has recently purchased .a QOmber of chairs for use in thiiilr^on, the new hardware store.;' They have returned from Calgary and 'a^e again busy With hammer and' say.. [ - Mr. Dan L. Faw of Foremost, and formerly of the Ellison elevator here, is visiting Ed. Johnson and, renewing old acquaintances around the dlstrfjct. Key. J. M. Fawcett And family ire moying into the new Methodist parsonage, just, reifently completed. This is a fine, residence, commodious and convenient, provided with a furnace and equipped for electric lignt. It is. situated on the new church ^grounds, and when the grounds are set out, as they will be in the spring with flowers and shrubs, will add to the aptiearanoe of the. town considerably. The U. F. A, >meeting which shoilld 'hajve been held last Saturday night, was^ postponed On account'Of the cold weather. It will be held On Saturday night, Fe1)ruary 10th, In the School audltOrlumf A large attendance is eit-pected.-,; � � � � , �  "  � Mft^mH TrouMes mpond'more quickly to tfie Uood^eiMnchbig oil-food in SXOTTS 'fliiajr other one medidne. i� jk rich, nourishing sio iilrcngthen tender throats Brdnehial tubet. It u of peculiar, henefit 'to the reiipiratoiy M end ! liberaUy used in tu-berenlotie eamps for that purpose. N(MiiMBn�$ii Scott's. i �SmU a Bowoe, TDraoto. Out. m FINE! ON, GAS, tACIDIIY "Pape's Olapapsln" Fixes Sick, Sour, U|M�t Btenfiachs In Five MInutee. You'dOn't ;^ant a slow remedy when your stomach' is bad-aoon as Papers Diapepsin; comics 111 i'contactr with ihe stomach all audi distress'vahlshes. Us promptness^ certainly'and ease in overcoming the worst stotaiaQh dlsordoM Js a te.v.fe totlon"'t6.tWBie who try It.-Advert.^ � Peop^sForum ' THE GRACE MINE Editor, Lethbrldge Herald, ..Sir: - With youf. pertolsslon for space allow me to reply, to Mayor flardle's letter of the 30th instant. As a ratepayer of the ci^; I desire to state that my opinion and remarks, re the 'purchasing of the Grace Coal Mine by the, city. are. made/as i ace them. Apd ,it. 'seems by Mayor Hardie'B letter .that Klg idea, is to endeavor first all to try and make any person Who differs with hini on this flatter look small, with his own gobbling ideas, which in my opinion Is not borne out with good sound logic. In reference to' Mayor Hardie's theory of mining auolltlefe I have no idieelre to>.aiSpute�.th�m at-'all,' biit.^ theory from a mining ataudpOint don't generally get yery far: ' ; In reference to the coal markets which Mayor Hardie seems to know so much about, it was a wonder that Mayor Hardie was not In a better position to find a miarket for the coal that was Being produced at the Diamond City coal mine while he was manager there. And , according to the mayor's own statement at the North Lethbrldge ratepayers meeting last month, that was one of the reasons which prevonted the mine from operating. And I wiU adventure to say that the Diamond City mine did not produce any-more coal, than with a full force of labor they could produce at the Oraice, mlhe. M is ail very A well fbr Mayor Hardie in his own way to tell the ratepayers the market Is there. But let ,us look ibacktci the normal conditions of the coal trader only two or thre years ago, when labor was plentiful, you will find out that ihe mines in the lignite field would not average two days work per week, and nobody knows that any better: than Mayor Hardle.< I have no desire to go any further into the question of expense to oper ate the mine, that I believe was oov ered very fully by me in my letter of the 27th instant. But I have a desire to point out the fact that the CP. R. bridge is 307 feet high, which is a parallel of the height of the coulee bank at the Grace mine, and the Lethbrldge collieries shaft is about 600 feet (�eep to the coal, the same 'vein of coal as the Grace mine, and If that is not evidence enough to any mining man that the Grace mine is dipping towards the  river, 'W^U, ihea, 1 will allow Maypr ' Hardje: to "say thai I don't know wh^t 1' anjitialklrig ahout. .Why it is a well known fact that parts of^ the Grace mine have been flooded out for years, and a greater part of the 'mine, it was Impossibis to operate on account of water.in the spring of the year, when the river is high. I desire to state that We have a city mine whether; It has corji the city $1,00Q or $1 mSices no difference, |t Is in my opinion what it is worth to the city at i present. . And in ray opinion if it has been developed on a good mining system, only'in its in-faircy. and should be able.to furnish the city coal for power purposb^ for a good many years t(d come at a very little costj In regards to' Mayor Hardte's statement to a1)andon \\\ that, 'n my opinion may sound alright to him, it don't to me and as a ratepayer I believe that I have a right to my opinion. Whether it suits Mayor Hardie Is immaterial to me. In reference to the Grace mine re-p\irt which Mayor Hardie made, it sounds very nice uPon paper, and In theory I imagine it will go Just as far. But as a prabtioal miner I desire to I state, that during my .course of traVel I Tiave seen all Ttinds -"mine prospeotua'^upon paper, in fact, Bom^ot them Wou|d ,nearly make you belii^ve it were dollars coming^ out of the ;^ine instead of coal; It is only a feSv years ago that som^ of the Lethbrldge city offloials pictured in the ^ame, way . Uio, Btroet-,,railway, and sincei then, the ratepayers have found Who'a to BliihiB for the High Cost of Fobd? It may be the fanner, it may be the middleman^ it may be the weather-rbut never -inind-you have Shredded Wheat at the same old price, the same high quality, the one perfect; complete food, supplying more real nutriment than meat, or eggs, or vegetables, costing much less and more easily digested. Cut out the high-price foods. E&t Shredded Wheat for breakfast with milk or cr^am. Eat it for dinner with stewed fruits and green vegetables. A deliciously nojurishirig meal for only a few cents. Made in Canada. THE LETHBRIDGE' DAILY HEaiALi) IS? PAGE SEVEN out from experie'nee where they got off at. �   . � In ooneluslbn, allow me to state that In my opinion,- we have purchased enough "white elephants" for the benefit ot a privileged'few. . First-We bought automobiles for some of the city officials to go joyriding and they were, afterwards, In a very .short Olma discarded, of pretty near given away for jubk. Second-We built a street railway In order that the real estate boomers should got rich quick. Third-Nothwithstanding the fact, we have a city coal mine which will last for yeors. We are asked to buy another mine at a Good Big Fat Turnover to the present owner, in order that some of the city officials may experiment with it. If the majority of the ratepayers are satisfied it suits me. But if the ratepayers turn the proposition down I would suggest that as the chief executive of the city, and believing as he does; that we will resort back to a village that he advocate the abolition of the commission form of government, and by bo doing he will at least save the city $10,000 per year for commissioners' solarles, which means |240,000, in 20 years. Which, we as taxpayers know that wo will have to pay under.the.present form of government, and which we would save in reality. And I am~ satisfied if a referendum on this question Is submitted to the ratepayers, they will surely. Judging by oplnkpns expressed, help it along. I say arise as taxpayers "take off the yoke" and help to do something to relieve the burden. Yours for a greater village. , CHAS. (iARNBR. is your wife buy-ing the choicest Southern Alberta Raised Meats? Delanys Limited first charge against the hall insurance taxes for, 1917; also raising the maximum rate of taxatiou for ball insurance purposes from ten to twenty. . Petitioning tlie Dominion parliament to force the Hudson',s Bay company to accept,, title to its reserve lands so that they may be taxed or in lieu thereof." to, throw the lands open for homestead entry. THE \BULLpO(|||,, ARE COMING. THE BULLDOO*) ARE COMIN,G. WANTS $20,000 Saskatoon, Sask., Feb. 7.--A writ has been iss,ued for $20,000 damages against the C.P.R. by the widow of Thomas Campbell, who was a O.P.R. switchman aud who was killed whilei switching cars In the Sutherland yards on September 8, 1916. ,The statement of claim is based on the alleged negligence of the company to take necessary precautions to protest the lite-of the switchman on this Jiartidular occasion by falling to provide necessary proper and safe appliances for coupling and uncoupling cars as required by the Railway Act.. At the regular meeting of the University faculty at Winnipeg It was unanimously decided'to ask the-Uni-^ versity council to make military train ing compulsory for all male graduates next year. If the wish of the faculty is carried out only two classes of students will remain .unaffected by the,new regulation-those physically unfit and conscientious objectors. Coffins In Russia ore never covered with black. It the deceased is a child pink Is used; it a.woman, crimson'; though for a widow they .use brown. The largest order of merit in the world is the French Legion of Honor, which has a trifle over half a million members. , ' ' ': . � Calgary, Feb. 7.-A demand that the patriotic fund in Albei-tBin ihe future be maintained by. .'taxation rather than by voluntary contribution is voiced in a resolution offOre'd this morning at the first session 01 the eight annual convention oY the Alberta Association of Local Improvement Districts and Rural Municipaliiies. A warm debate on the resolution is anticipated when it comes tip. tpr action. ^ . , . To Elect Officere-Only , I Hereafter, the president and directors of the organization will be elected by nomination and ballot from among the officers of the asBoclaiion according to the terms of a resolution adopted at the morning Bession..-, Another resolution adopted provides that all nominees must be, membens of a rural municipality or local im-provement district council. Other resolutions passed, at the morning session include the following: .:'��;.'.,':;� 'Petitioning the legislature to. pass necessary legislation whereby a bounty shall be paid to all rural municipalities or local improvement i districts that pay (bounties for the destruction of wolves. Legialatlofl Asked ^ ' Among/ithe .many'resolution^; presented asking,-, for f provincial! or Dominion legiislatlon, or making'.'�hani;e8 In "the adminiatratioh of the ailiiibela-tion, and which will -Ijeaci^d On ^^i^ afternoon: and tomorrow ara tlie following': .�".'�,:� - '� Providing for the establishment of a good roads commission aiiid the enactment of a good roads act slmjiar to the highway commission and act ot ManUoba. Petitioning the Dominion parlla^ ment to amend the lands act so that taxes accumulated on lands reverting to the crown shall be the first charge against moneys paid In by the entrants on account of Improvements or moneys to be refunded to the former entrants on account of purchased moneys paid by them. Thp reason for thU is set forth in a preamble reciting that certain persons have been making a practice of holding crown lands either as homes, entries, presentation entries or purchased homestead entries for a number of years without paying their toxes to. the various municipalities and when these lands are cancelled and revert' to the drown, the municipalities are deprived of the accumulated taxes. ,  Providing that councillors be elected for two years instead of onej and the terms arranged so that three are elected each year. , Asking that the deficit of $243,000 reported by the Hail Insurance: holird for 191<8 be carried