Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
,j r >i ,'J- k' r 'i [p r v v Jfe4feflArt ine ivcuun _ s I >f T" V nL iiade "pub- lic and already in theiv hands of the press.- As it had been ac- or refused Co. land JwCs- only- Ua did not to; the, cVaipauy to was accord- inly cfi'ied inC iW report of the gac- well W. II. Hammon, waa not j thheld ff 0m the however, and is published iu not her column. The rueiuiiers present wera the May or. Aid. and th Macbeth, Adams, Hutton, he J Aid. Ives, late appearance caused the only excKement of'thc >session. After transacting The routine busi- ness recorded below, the oit devoted some time to the discussion informally of the Miperavsessment tax and the city firo' There will a meeting of the licence and po- lice committee on Saturday niffht 1 I L. _ ,_-_ A L _ .________i j fV, it t very excellent exhibit oi graini 'and JTMIM at'the Provtoebl Fair which opened in the old Hick k. Wake Conybeire but, one, iai fully there beinf'lJO exhibiU all told, eoamiuf from every-quar-, ter ol.ihe province Laodinf, to the' Boundary. There are forty-two entries fate; the handsome "Farm Oops" f tro- Of Alberta Eed wheat there are 95 entries, o2 Bed Fife 21, of Banner Oath 15, of long oats other than Banner SO, of short Toats Jj T -The judgiut will be compieted tomorrow morning and the ex- hibition will be open tof the; public at one o'clock tomorow after- DoonT The McKUlican of the Seed Hutton of the Experimental Farm, Lacowbe; and Prof. of tbe If ontana'.Agricultural College.'The Usrnven- tioned will in the kcturing, tomorow, as will also Clover Bar, Alta, who arrives tonight. Tomorrow afternoon a series of'lectures will be given in ver'i Hall'by thc experts at the Fair, and in the 'evening a public meeting be held in 'the basement of Wesley church. Both meetings arJ open to the public and will doubtless be largely at-' tended. t r NEAft CHAP. Feb. of Uie wheels derailed east.bound overUnd 17 miles weat' ClupleML Tlie coionUt car, 'R coach were e car attend- ant'waj and "aeveral "ferf1 injured r ahio, injuwd. _ J. Tfce Hrwtol, tngiiveer, head Mrsf Bristol, hand }Margaret' CaWpbellJ Ourlcton Jet., legs bruised- J. B. Riehafdson, Harkham, head bruised, Almonte, slightly injured. Gladitone, Man., bruised. Jqlin address arms cut.'. J" Fred Rocanvillc W. NEWS FROM, OTTAWA Feb! W. JB. Fikt ing of in, fa- vor of a government system ally of accident insurance and'annu- ities of noteless 180 7and1' not They, are to'he par- a a paymeota" at rate of interest to' be fixed by the Governor- in-council." Such annuities to b? payable after attaining age m or on disablement. by an assistant a ad as this committee includes "7 II the ol the council, othjr conuiiittees will '--probablj coiljj at the "same time.- "It is proposed to take up- the niatteri mentioned fr the conuttittee meeting for rejjort at the next council _ ACCEPTS The secretary wrote tendering-' an inyitation the council jp 'attend' a. bc should assistant die is payble to his or her heirs wiQ 3 per-cJnt. interest. Pro- JD -regorduig. payment -oH annui- tir's after- disablcnient is a departure accepted -the invitation. .-The-May or that the case of 'mrongful dumussal claims (75 for from the police was lef ore force, lx It. was stated that the solicitor said that the city should pay It was so or- dered. 1 tW. D. Lifrhthall; .secretary of-the Canadian Union wrote saying a" bill the Senate purportmic to give all water power Can- ada to a "company although it seein- ed that" the municipalities were the bill. .The city solici- tor wan asked to give his'opinion on the matter. IJOAED OF TIIADE GRANT The Board of Trade wrote Tor an adequate grant'for'the from SiL-Jlic of la.atj session. A been by, pray big DELEGATION GOING TO THE ALBERT A ft Pntest Ajpilst" Gorer Merftts re Gty Ckirters injured r iiilbraallr. l W. Humioell, .Yorkshire, face f' Chapleau, bruised and r jChchielea, Mass., noae broken .r s J. in j vred slightly All will recover. MIDDLESEX COUNTY MURDER London, "Ont.v Feb. Har- wick, a .Xknouri towiwhip farmer is trial 'charfged with inuidenng his wife. The of r. Ford of Thorndale, is'in the form of a writ- ten thai death was due to shock" and hemmorahge and that evidently; she had been killed GAS EXPERFS OPINIONS ON WELL UQOOR STORES FORCED TO CLOSE f r The aftcrcUp of the recent convictions of Geo. Houk Co., 'and A. Bpyjor retailing liquor in their wholesale liquor premises came thU inominf when License Inspector C. ,8. Hotchkiw served jfr" both dealers wit') 'notices of the cancellation of their and orders to dispose of tiieir iu the tiaie prescribed by law. The" Inspector statel that the evidence at the recent calls absolute cancellation of the licences. Both parties t notice' of an appeal against the convictions, but 4 have not upon the complainant, the Inspector, within five days, as prescribed by law. In one 4 caxe the notke was served on attorney within the time. t There will be an interesting legal battle over the cages but in the meantime both establishments are 'dosed. f WILL NOT CLOSE THE BARS AT SIX trim W vNl JHMMAHft Repot Naiy Winnipeg, Man., Feb. The min- ister, of public works announced in the Legislature last night that the government will not- accede to the prayer of the numerous -petit ions that on theithe bib closed at six o'clock. _ The.citj council decided last night to take vigorous action with the .pro posal of vthe provincial, government postpone the granting of the am- charter until asknf that "bo allowed the pri-r vilcge of. acquit ing quarter smtions adjacent t j their Iionu steads. Hon. L..P. of a resolution that expedient to authorize the Governor-in-council to entei- for'term not ex- coaling ten-years with any individual 01 a company performance of steamship service between Canada and subsidy to idy grant therefor a TO CALGARY Railroad to Placed UndW Right Away Con the next" 3 ear. letter received immons, i htc by t toj 6he JlJ P., of u i 1.1 united jead. The subject of the OKI iy closing tha most particular in tKe opinion of thc-council. unsuccessful ef- fort to get over tht 'phone was'made to find out whether there was siilf-time to enter a pro- test and a delegation to reach Edmonton to place the matter before the government. "Alderman Ives _and the citVvSolicitoi__merc. criminal history The" International match at tue Winnipeg Bonspiel won by the Dunbar. rink of St. Paul' They de- feated TFlavelle, ,of Liudday, by to 5. S MORE-EXPORTS WAN? Tbl b the Feahre if .There were in all petitioners EXEMPT COLLEGE FROM TAXES W. C. flmmtns Powtr of Pravincc to Do fa Feb. i7.r-Hon. Mr. Fin-' lay, tnininter of intro- duce a bill in the Legislature for the distribution of seed grain. It H exacted it will be passed through all the stages tomorrow. The measure provides the financial end of the distribution to seed grain to the The budget is expected down this week and the House will prorogue Saturday next week. Today a discussion arose over Mr. bill to exempt from taxa- tion the Western Canada college at Calgary. W. C. Simmons and C. Hiebert questioned the power of the province in the matter. Premier Ru- therford and Mr. Gushing said that they had pow er to exempt only from year to year. The government, how- over, was not thinking of bringing in any sweeping bill in this regard. Mayor ,Cameron and the city soli- NOT TOO FAVORABLY u a Wei N the River Gas expert Ilammon's report on ffns ucll presented to the" city ouncil last night as follows: Lcthbiidjfe, Feb. 11, }908. out north degrees to south i3 degices By examining' Ihe" contours of the in favor of-it. In giving the second Mr Hal, of Cal are reading of his liquor bill, the minis-' ter of "public works said the hotel keepers were generally observing the law and attributed v much of the drunkenness in city pigs" in respect of which -there has been 166 convictions in the last year. He r to criticize its efforts 'Kev. 4Dr; Dayal on behalf of public morality-, and complained that L'l.Al- -Jr J today to press for amendments to the charter to permit the issue of deben- tures in either Canautan or British markets and to secure the in currency of either markets. Calgary has worth of debentures to issue. WESTMINSTER Jk 'tiae city assist his The, Westminster Guild held'a very dVpartmmt, awstTuff t rhe tsubject; Janary incidaniallv mayor. The governmentV bill' drstributed today proposes some radical'changes A majority, instead three fifths vote, will hereafter, if the'bill be passed, be sufficient to carry a local option by-larr, and. in case of repeal of such bylaw, two years are to elapse before can be G-jlj-'ry, Alb., Feb. impor-- knt meeting of-nhu Board of Trjdi- IK Id today when the. oi brought up. r One in connection.' with -1! delegation to go to the capital pro- vided it was not too late." Advice will -sent to the Mayors of Calga- ry and iledfcine Jlat that the delegation was going and advis- ing that their uelegations be in niontou at .time. Aid.'Ives in the discussions-stated thitt" jncrchanls of citv" had c L petition that they to the government asking y Risen the proposed _Jrt [OruendiiHmt which viould give it r to pass an early closing byliiw: Tf carryinK on of iU work. The neccs-, of the C- K. from Maclpod !his power mcre not givon arid a road from rradea returns January show a-rmarked reversal of trade for tlie pjast year or so in respect to the steady-and rapid growth of with exports show- ing little of no increase.' rLaat month for the first time in many the conditions are reversed and imports show a considerable decrease- while the exports show a substantial- in- crease. The total import 'for the month amounted to a de- crease of as compared with January 1907 while the exports-totall- ed an. incrcaae-pf. eity-of making-a soii table: "shpiri rir'atj to the boundary the "fJominipn Fair, Calgary was] Cow Icy to Calgary thc l.ittor b-ing biiiil with thc object of nipening up the Ur0'e coal fiekis at .-Livingston. Both tbo -lattt-r one. pointed out.." Vd lo be'" the for this for-the'other work of 'during year It was riggested that the the city "real estate license the urnlvi taking that at "Calgary and Cowky. At infc, within two years and that road shall be completed in five. All pro- crc eastern I'ort Arthur. Board. The" Publicity was anked to report with regard to Jhis matter. t FIRE 11KPORT- ADOPTldi The report of the'Fire, Water -ifl a rcfXM-t rcffanling the Liffht CoMmitlee as given in jester- the that the day's Herald wan .adopted without cifj TrrN vhorc is-at in that a minsmr. As the present city team serious state being longer in -i -L- un- cause, a- somewhat' nlT.iirs in the city. compelled Ihi stores would ion and demand thus putting "the mer- chnn s-to the additional expense" of in ore clerks, for ihe wrwll bus- form a clerks' highc'r iness dono after, regular More When part of- a rural municipality ia detached and added to another rural municipality- where no such local option is in force, the bylaw is to continue in force in 'the detached portion until .repealed after the submission of the repealing by- law. There is to be no speaking tube nor wire communication between the bar and the remainder, of 'the.' licensed. house and no lunch or raeaL will be permitted to be served in the bar. The penalty for the first offenders who sell during prescribed hours, is to be doubled. There is a clause pro- vidinT that any person who u -jThe exports of agriculturmkprcK of five times "in last month over and the exports of mine decreMed about while those of ;the, forest decreased by-amounts of The total amount of duty collected during the- month ..was a decrea.se of and for the first ten months oi ftacml year the total duty .collected .rbe I" 5 I jl" aideration was comprehensively stwlietl by thi i oi representative authors A. .r. Irving, the chairman, spcA bricily- of Alexander the autho of "The Maple which soni was heartily sung. Rev. A. don-gave a short sketch of the wofk of Sir CJilbert Parker and a of "The The life of Misa Machar uas discussed by Ucn noticeable that of parallel ridges of theT at! region it is quite there is a series and valleys to the Mary's extending from north about to south degrees cost. These "ridges seem 70 to approach each other in thc northerly direction and in .L measure head to the, of Lethbridge." On the of -the St% Mary's; thc ndges vallejes-takc a f v _. almost at right angles to nett who read "Among the Thousand TsUmls'.' as a typical poem of this author. Mtes Shannon gave a paper on Hie Connor and read the celebrated description of the can- yon in "The Sky The Hab- itant poet Diummond, was the sub- ject of a address by A. J. Ir- The. dip "shown in tHe' to would soetti to th.it the strata controlling .the sut- foees- teethe west of the St. Mary'a projected themsehes across J.he river" i more to the northward. 11 Judging from this, I am inclined to believe that the strata underlying" tins region head Lethbndge and theBolly. lliver in this vicinity or turmoil, inconvenience tosh xrould be occasioned the ..public was an increaae ol For the ten months the as r.ft! the merchants and the to eatirely at the. the-PUT, Water and Lignt! hereafter, of its ACCOUNTS PAID waa made chargeable to> i Thc p. accounts were orticr- JUSTICE DEAD Ottawa, Ont., Feb. Bur- bridfe of tlie Superior" Court, who Itas been in ill health for some time, [died thix morning. He'was born in Cornwallis, X. S., in 1547.- THAT_CnT5E9E RIOT M.' J aolkitor of the'. LC Chinese rrataivaata raided by Mob oai rcntimicd council that by the CDVMcil rrgxnling Janata for flaaMfltJi axked by clieaU. They were prepared to cept a for that tht city n thc thc .30 Cunningham Co. 1K.1O (Ik n.ley 4.33 ,W 20.61 Co............... Oliver 40.00 ,'.___ r........ 9.20 Lhc Tunningham Co 1.2O ports exclusive of coin and-hollion of amounted to an as compared with ponding ten months of thc year. Total exports of MR. hfOfiQAN A .CANDIDATE Jos. Morgan, It. A.r of the local high jtchool .stuff "is announcing" him- flolf as a candidate for the sennle of the University of Alberta. -There will tv fifteen ten of whom are appointed and five elected by gra- A resMc-nL m the province. Whihj been an in- crease of The total of Canada for the ten months7 indnd- ing corn and bullion wan .in increasu of my one year may upon his next con- for a similar offence, de- clared "an incorrigible and an habitual drunkard, and such oi justices of the peace shall hare pow- er to commit such a person to jatt.or other place of confinement for a- per- iod not exceeding one year, with, or without, hard labor. In waking application for a licenae the applicant U to take an oath that hM not been convicted of any of- fence under thc criminal code ol Canada, or of or oi_any ring; whose remlcnng of "Lts V.cuv rij? Temps" gave n very; correct idea 01 !rttt.-frtr ,w the author's worK. Ttev. J. R. Munro of Talxir was present and in the course of a short adtircss invitetl ;the: Guild in de- bate. from the south m-folds running at angles to and theijc project themselves northward in anliclinaU and sxticlinals north audlsouth, and that breaks or faults likely to IHJ found in the forma-. As rcgauls the well already drilled A Y. P. A. MEETING The- regular meeting of Ihe Angli can. Young People's Association was HoW in thc vestry of St. Augustus's church last night. L.arfc'2 numbers of hole arc light but slow progress will made in (Jteper drilling. Your s somewhat and ,Iow for deep 'dulling In our Vennsylvuiia drilling we would not undertake' a three thousand foot, hole with a less rig than eighty-four foot high. Your present -hole is wet at a depth of 1600 feet, and but six in- ches "in diameter. Before proceeding, further with drilling of this hole, it will necessary at .once to case wTvh the Of SQC ARE coocfl AecMcd to Mk the city Com. Co. S.30 thrco and a half yenrs IL.Fowlor Jt Co. ,VOofor Mr. orgnn thc staff of lhc Smith's Falls High School. He Wm. CHfvcr__ 11.30) H. export many of the that E. 5.25" fo to make a suit Traaafer Co. 33.15 j of of Albma on the UnlrftOwty, "Tha Starch. the. incidentally the congnfa-1ivcrsity, this morniitar, inviting him lion. last night he wanted to be a all the men of thc cornrwqMjnri to! write him fetters this telling him about the faults of women they knew, to do it without nxntiofiing and he would preach on faults and defect-t of women next Sunday nifht. The following week women would be given an opporloaity to faulU of men tnd hiavoo 9nn- f he. o< the mate Bnnip." twenty-fourth.. social nwcting be held at the homo Of Mrs, lnhmm. If he accepts the luncheon St a..l betmocn 12 1 o'clock mm other forms of am- Hub Cafe.'-..-f-rrof. of Agnculturftl also be to attend" function. Tbf Mca of the Canadian is to the luncheon, and spcrch making last only an hour so thaj business and profetnional will be able to their lunch down tow a aixt mombcr the Club should be on to hear (he of 'those prominent cilocaiiori-ilists. -Persona desiring to become members should their names vrsth AMa Ripley, of thc rock, towxrdf the but not rvccediaif two feet to the mile. forma- tion here indicate much moro'markdl; dips, bul the course of dip is net ertst and west. The cowrse of the strata in the mine referred to an- ove would show live direction from Me dir-inn Hat to Lcthbridge to be nearly parallel the anticlinate and synclir.nls, rather them, Owing-to these reasons, I urally expect that if tW Hat low ti frwt Every [Whitney Block.