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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOU1.MK VII. TKN 1'ACKS liETHBUIUGE, ALHElii'A, TUKSDAY, JAMJAUY B, FIVE CK.NTS CLEANEST Cil! IN AIL THE Is llic Claim Chief Skelton Makes in Department's Annual Report POLICE COMMISSION Request Made Thai One be of Lost Articles Whal Expert Poullry- nwn Said About tlic Leth- bridge Exhibit i 1700 BIRDS Help Leihbritlge Hold Palm by Attending in Large Numbers Well Known Citizen Will Man- Novel Proposition by a Local age Lelbbridge Committees Named Company of Land Owners Itl.i' Imhijir.; i.t UK' poultry sUuv. in all ibis t-ity H well !on its to :L. ilislim-tion. -MtXithul handl- t-luinis tin- premier poultry ['iy affairs of tin1: Kair society for Isl.ov. oi cast, l.ctbbri'lgc can 'pc-.t-nil years prior lo and TV hen tiic Mas injulo from the old Kair grounds at Victoria iCis IJaik to tiifi lino grounds tit Htii. re- ilcisoii Park. A air. .Tuck's resit'tiaton riiitf rfkeilou a coin- mission ;ty eomi ;LS SiK'h is ike intclHar-iice contained in the year- ly r-.-jiovt of tiit? departmi'ut, tiovr In I he of Mnyur Hardly most, asU that a lice IJP formed :iti FUCH ,1-laiiu it fur tin- ;is i-ssslblo- for liie uf ijovcrn- I fjtl- nf ltiC' f'Mcsl ihu affairs of Ihe nrc the words iiae-J by the Chief. Shortly after tho election, flavor Hurdle, slated to iliu Herald thai tiic (.'hid ivou'd be granted a commission FI) as V.T.S concerned, ihoKEh tnu matter has IIOL come the furc tho I'omuHssioiHTf, it is more lllul his 3Svl-tjoa is ton likely thai the reqtitst meet is bllth !md tlio of (.oiniuiFfiKHif-is quality. Fully UO't birds arc enter- Crane and Itcid. iiti'l llic commission -Cl, roaily lVr thp be appointed very shortly. '.Messrs. Shacklcton, oi Ktlmonton, Other Information land Jf.irJier. of Card si on, who coni- KoLHd very fipnro.s are work slorlly htv'dre. nnon. .T. W. McNfcut is U.y 'if llj'j Ltlhb: li'Xird, to taku oTik Ail-Mi Jack, has IK for. I lift year, rt-si Hoard. (Mil tho Heard of Tr.i-Jfc looms Jatt hi-: ihr: change th-i not ninliir.tf a vcniiir.'. fur 3l'-. a loiij iTJ :n.'I the colcrif niUr ly ttlso nilninl I.c-tii- ii jiroftSaioitj-.l itail u-.uiift three- or i'jur ;.e-ais a40, Al lliat t'nic Mil U'-iius in li.c Western v.ere in dyiiis Xht-y "un-u evrr a to- tal tin the f-'iiln "i Iht When I.otlibii'kc Urtidc-il tlial it tiad bad 01 iituiesaiuual lall as iv is lias lit til Lut, ftir ami iloCi ]iOt hiile in or Alheria, i this bla.U'jLLI-III lo llic Herald inorjiiiis; at of tliu pfjullcj" r-ver held Eicre. tn the poaliry hmliJiug al lic.t One, the fyrceil !tj liis acce-riU-il a con- travi. with (lie Harvt-st- revJors 01 the local cl'i'j foiuiil :hoi stives facing a hcaUiiy ncre so Lad, they cy'Jhln'l be niuth atid Ihry decided to mafce an' effort to wipe out tliu debit balance hy iisto the hnii] biibiness. To '.his frul they. oi irrigated land five miles r.'jrU'east oi tlic city. Here is where ILC eiri; and jioultry 'business coiner in. None of the lar.rt lino of International goods, including s llffjf soll, as J0li FO tllCK arc thu Dot-niii? and iltConnit-k -dividina it inio ten-acre trauls wliicli hcroioloro iinnJled liy McMahmi' fc uill be jiat the tlifns (or Hie poullrv iiijihn the Tuilhopc-Andcrson Co. imsiucss. The lEirrctnrs Ihcinselvrs lie will a'sciit for tlie U-llibridtie tahe ofi iiicir lials to Mother Ili-n, dlslrli-i. and will Iiace bis offices In and they are advertising llicir laiuL the iKlernatlonal Jlarvcsier for sale on easy tenr.i. AHcr building. jthn first paysnert, the company will H is Mr. McXirol's desire to ma'nc paltry in oi of C.IFCS trltd during tlic year Mnricly, all high class to a remark line fair this year as much of a South- .M'-c annual H code degree. It. is the opinmr. tifnear- j ern Alberla event as ati.l he ts a wilier sciiPDio, hut Ihry jj figured out That there is New Municipal Body Starts 'Out With a Policy of the Salary of City Solicitor Hundred and Fifty Dollars a Month by Action at First Meeting APPOINT POLICE COMMISSION OF THREE Mayor, Judge Jackson and Rev. Canon M'Millen are the Mem- of the Hospital Board of Delany's Limited for to Meet in the Mornings GEO. W. ROBINSON Whose office of Sccrtlary-Trtasurcr I has been abolished by the Commis- sioners JAMES IS (oninlneil in Hie report. The lolal j Tht-ie are hinls o! every brcetl ami uas lOiif', being unilcr llic DoniLntoii under the provincial htMutcs fiOO usidur tfip city's nyl pime in fines, out o' total of There were 'PiJ CH for the po'-iHryuH'n as sevcial unique EcJiemcs and Or the rev- iliow is aheail oMVinni-' will bo lie hai "fimnnton, Urandun or Calgary.' ciilire Imiblinu' is fillcJ. S2533.SO j collw-leJ. High Percentage 'i'liR reifiarJiablr1. ptt'Coutage of rovcrctl property reported Rtolpn to a value of recover- ed rHTu.au" Twcnty-UircR were report- window-; and doors found op- -warroiiu anil !CS Him- inorscs f-ervcil ticrhij; iho year. Theatres j Kline shows to present the main at- report- 5.slabit IS wc" jtratiions nt lUo fair In July, s uinn- lt, thwignt I at the LEO t.V; year, as Ihu be practiced. ilocatioii pJ tlie city is swh that it 'has pojmlnr with fnticiers or Urilisti Columbia ami eastern [painls, as oviilpwcd by the I 01 cvhibils. i r.oc'Ai, snowixn the finest binl in all the shov.-, and one tliat is attrarting ntikii iiUrntion, is tlie Hull dottc cocnfrfl, iinjiortrd from si-rinjr stock show Plriofc-Pt coononiy ii Alk-n Jack was elected H. member of the board anrt the foHowjng coni- miitcc'A have been at i pointed: Goode, Oliver. Boyil, KnighL Kckalorm. Boyrt, AirJ, Oliver; professional baseball. Mr. Kckslorni, j ivho was president at The lime the! land was bou-ut, has it thai there were sbijjpcd into Al- herta last year. At -S5 cents per I dozen he. says that- l-clhbndgr, district lost per ffay every day last year bet-auEi1 ihis city's share WAS rim niiaed here. I Mother lien may rr.l- lift !sagc on the l.etiiliridgc Heroic Are Hopeful New York, Jan. those in attendance on Sir Jaucs ninrt- tliis riiil net tninitnize Uie very serious condixicm the attack oi 0 v ball Hub. Probably if she lays .fo a rer- rydiac trouble hiri ylacetl him in and ord, city may have professional (while Ihry ailniitfed thai Gambling Clicckerf fiainiiling lins bcc-n a doe id- Fil check hy of lio.ivy fihcs and (liilgenl prosceution. Sti far as tiio Chirsf kiiuwe, there arc no rft'iilcir in tlio eity. TJie illti-il selling of liquor has also hemi ilctiilen'y dive- l.er-por.i Leon drastically dealt villi, uuil the of ilio il- (Conllnncl cm page j.-.lile Huff Wyantlotfe hen, which took j scrond at New Yorir, a be-aiitifal jf I'r.ihnia uorVerel his a j 5ccar.il pri7e in lloslon, and TO FOUND SCHOLARSHIP AT.THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY IN WASHINGTON free wheat 1-c in tr.r vvr-pt before the tiexl is cansered 13 tho opiniou of H- sccrn- tary of ihe GrouerA1 convention. n tJircodny pwslon hero tomor- row. He s.iya lit bellcvt-s fuij- )1o EciUinuiiL bo siicli ,is (u eausu tin1 Itorilen govern- Jllfrllt lo j li.iltii.iore, Md., -laij. C--A chn-k Jt! fnr from 1he oi Jl] j iimli'iK. of the. ('iiiletl Slatrs for i Calliolic at ''.f i was luesrnk'd (o Canlinal (iibhi today liy .James A. Hahfrty, oi Piiil- ''J adclphi.1, Supreme. Knight of thn Or- der. Mdns. TiioiiKis Kliaiintij pre- sident of ti.c Lniversily, arid member? the faculty attended thn pre.scnla- liou icrrniOTiy, look ai tho CanliniTs resilience- This Mini lias heeri colieclej ti.e. kniplils In llic lasi It will tie u.-cd to cstaiilisl j.ftv scholarships at the- Utiivcrsily. i" WILL CUPID GAIN THE DAY? hall aenin soon. Hatcj, Pa-Asoa, h'gau ;iml Doug- dies' dei'ni linen Fair- teld, Whitney. iona MrNirol. Adnms, Guoilft j ItnilUiuijs and Oliver, HoyJ Haldi, Adams. VM'.itatlor.al and arts Kairfiolil. 'uwpon. Humphries, I'oui'.ry KCAFtonn, BARN ED tijis AT CAROSTON DESTROY- WITH WA- TERWORKS OUT OF RANGE of his advarxdl the urns! was always Eo be. expected thej were iimsl bnpeful. Thronghoul ihe ifaftei oi the illness which finally bid low thr prime iiilni-itcr nut up pltirky figljl- Ho knew early in it: Ulagcs that his illness inighl he hi' (last- .It hail been hoped his wife [and Ihobe looking after liim that Sir Mauies1 eoinlitiaa inigbl- his removal to Toronto and a f.prciat car was chattered which could be attached fo a train and rushed WHAT THE-COMMISSION DID AT FIRST MEETING Broke the ice for re-organization of staff by dispensing with services sf Secretary-Treasurer Ceo. W. Robinsan, and appointing E. fls City Clerk: appointed R. Farris as Treasurer; S. Ball as City Solicitor at per mcnth: Dr. DeVeber as Medical Health Officer at per annum; Chief Skellon and Chief Hardy at the, same salaries as they have heretofore received: re-appiSinteci H. W. Meech as City Assessor and Bullrfing tntipeclor; dccidtd to give notice to nEI other civic employees on monlhEy salary that their wiEl not be required after Feb. 23. unless re-appointed in the meantime. The economy effected amounted to an actual saving of over per month and paved the way for slH! greater economy. Appointed a E. N. a member of the Hospital Board of Management, Appointed, as per Chief Skeltcn's recommendation, a Polfce Com- mission composed, of Mayor Handle, Judge Jackson and Rev. Canon McMiHen, Commissioner of the local Juvenile Court. Decided to collect taxes hereafter twice in.June and agtin in October, witti discount for each period. Will also confirm 1913 assessment with addition of new buildings, as 1914 assessment. Turned down progressive, sr.hedule which would have -rfsuh-ed in complete sine1.; tax this .year. Appointed Miss Dainty matron pi tht ChiSdren's Shelter at salary of per month. Appointed G. B. 'McKay, to'the Sinking Fund committee. Decided lo hold all meetings in the morning al ten o'clock. Appointed Commissioner Grace vice-Mayor for first six months. etiibridso's com m IE Eton gov- ernment got nway to a good start yes- terday afiorr.con when they met for the fivsl jit the re.siuenve of Commissioner (..rare, was un- ablo tii be at. desk in the city hall ing to unique in thai it iiic of ihe c-omn that U was prohal tnceting ivns the first and ily the first meeting [throng to his Home. This nuirning "r iniporlaiu ma the car was si ill on hand, nn for eoiiBideralion. Many of csultcrt aa sninujarizeJ above, {ili .lau. tea o'clock inj; fire ijroke out in the the early morning cr.quirie.s were niaiTe about .Sir .Janirs as to s of Stirling Williams ami coin-! it wo'ilrt be used today or nnl. on Vn.cc The fir ct as t-li in jijclel} destroyed the. Iniildit.e. and contents. The otig n of the fire is ur.- known, but it s thought that Ihn childrcj] vscre playiiif; hi iiic hay loft matches. 'Die loss was five hun- dred bushels of [.urnber one oats, and !several tons of good hay, .as ivcll as barns vaked at about two thousauil 1 small sJitd arijoining the haiiis the ei'ioris oi i many of ll.e citizens, ijnt there [a very strops v-'ifi'i and ii jwas hard to do much. Ottawa. Jan. of Iho hoito.t u.afj (o parl 0[ loun anil municipal camiuigna in the capital's tiic water had to he carried in history closci! hi-re yoMcrday when tarrels from the crcfk near hy. The- Taylor McVeily, former .-olici total loss nnuninfs lo (iefealed J. A. Kllia, M.l'.l'.. who was five Eiundrnl dollaJS, uitlmut any in- lasl year. Tho issue over s'.irance. Ottawa'? sr-iircu of water supply, retiring mayor favorinp tlie Oatineau srhenin by liiHislL McVet'y stood Tor a of ratfp.iyrrs on three dliTen-M bjhuv uas car- ried. LADY MEMBER "Tf) accept or not to ;itceijt" "That tlic "lis nobler lo tH-cnM the hoi i or A i-o thnsly thrust upon me, ''Or to accept the dictates of Lliclilthj cy.l o( Tou-.11 I 1 'J'iniR did you ii'.; Ia4y in thi- city employ her brtalh, of InfonjKil this morn- deeper ot fho st-al. Tor ihf; action of the commipsloncnt their fJist mcHlny yesterday (tjreat- i-ns io interfere willi a little romance- of roa! life, and iiilrrvlewnl a r.Ilent belucea two counter forms was in "I cAimot vlicllic-r i Urn or ha1tl lie fcr ]iot. -lolup a fong and ilauco bccaufo siic lind been Hrnntctl the opportunity of refusing a Fiirli as h.ns never been or- fetL-cl any othir Canadian laity, "H spo'l my liMni'cr.if I ar- rcpted Kucli n I will hitvo lo in- lervitft1 the Mayor. I "Anybody ftecT' Intel -njilPrl the Herald reporter, curiosity had aroused. "I'm 1'iipy. got1-! VV35 all tho galnsaJJ, And tho mnfh pfjiK Kood-bye. Ho uhuliier Lr-lbhrUqc will Up nl Ij claim the- honor of liEivinsr iho Jii-r-per of In Caiia aiier man, fo-jiii; lady dcfinniiy, wsfced not reds with Tllllo Cul'id. Hrnndon, .l.in. C.--Changes of J a draatte. nature worn in1' Major lluphc.-J Iriaiigural address to the c-lly council here today. He jtOHeit a general reduction In eakirics aH round and the dismissal of all oi- flciiils in order to facilitate any Uiflt might be itairfiblor Me n-Jvoi-alcb n Joint nn-eUn? with Iho Achool -boanl to dler.uss tncvcnsing the school levy, nml Ihu (iiiwtton of power ,nynin flrtvocat'-s a lonjr ills'- Innoo traDsni1eslon line from Winni- SUDDEN DEATH OF WELL-KNOWN CITIZEN OF LETHBRIDGE AT LONDON. ONT. A ret-eivej LIJ vilyj of the city's gorernini; board that ever met in a private reMdeiice. H was :i uioiuentous meeting tlie important matters up :f tllUSC. whirl L had been hinlrd nt, and trouble iinlltlimtC'l in reaching a de- r.i, TIcv.-ciei- this averted by cnv rule uf procedure inavignratcil by Mayor HaiiHe, who in most of the above recommendalions, leaving tiic salaries blank. This put :ilL the matters !n n toncrble form and ;ifier being tbnsu by (ilausc, they were unanimously cil by tiiu oilier coinmlsfloners with tome few Tlie nicctlng was jiractically a ineelius; for the tinancf corrtniiesicrier, only matters in Ihe mayor's department dealt witii. The other "ill likely havo ;i list o' recommendations affecting their own departments at the next regular on Monday. today, announcing the deatu! 1 lit1 s auonF, i ol A. C. Partridge, of the I.oihlrirtgn! mldUiuus. follows: Co.. at T.onrton. Out., aftc r ati iltnest. of only twn durntiori. The deceased vent east nlimit the niM-j Olecf December to join his wift-.whn I.elhoriilgc. -laiL .1. liii1 and m Hy His? iliitifcA iuipcsed upon me os nmvor city of l.elhbridge hy left about the (Ifhl ot Uect-mlior. In j of Cilv thai, tor, mid by Ihe urgent necessity of tiojioiny rwiulrrs thnt. Ihc nf nn civlr be ict'iicfid 10 an Irrt iincible rmniinuni, I to n'.ovc tho resolu- ajjijointmcnt as City Cleik to perform Eiic duties rennirtd by Title XV. ot trie Ciiy Charier and lo perform ttie duties of Eienographer and prtvate see- rotary 10 ihe mayor's office, at a salary of per month. Tnal .Mr. Farris be given the af- pointment of City Treaaurer to per- form the duties lequired by Title XVf. of the City Cliarler, at a salary of per month fcr the Jim alx monlhE. I. Th.n Mr. Ball be given (he ap- nolntnient of Ciiy Solicitor lo perform the duties required by Title XVIII, of the City Charter, and under tho saaie agreement as he had with former councils, at a salary of 5200 month. n. Thai Henderson Co. be given llic apnointnicnt ot City Auditors lo jisrfonn the duties required by Title NIX. of Mie City charter, ill a salary of por year, Tliat the mayor- be empowered to rier.derson Co. time to lime as required to advise about statements and the manner of prepar- ing tlsem and gciting them before the Commissioners and liio Mayor in co'incil. 7. That Hi? follogins gentlemen a nil lady be apjiointed. manajrers of U'.e !alt Hospital under Section 1 of ''An respecting the Gail Ho'piUV as follow s: Mrs. X. iTiglnbolliam lo liold of- for the current year. K. W. Downer and C. Hodman tu ht'ld office until 3tst Jay of I'e- at his in n slier !u spend Cljri don. Ont. Tiic IIRV.-S t oir.o.-t many frieiuls hire bereavement. Tho Hot eared win a n.H.iijsr of} Gfinrlly No. i1.. A. F. ar.d M.j of llils Hty. M MRS. E, N, HIGINOOTHAM Who has appointed lo Gait Hospital Board Itob'iijOn's I antl in lieu oi A. H." Sraffnrd and H. Macbelli hold ofllce until the. ilst clay of De- cember, io in. S, That Mr. J leech IJR givesi thfi jioinlmf-nt o' City Assessor, to form the duties rniulred by Title XX. of'the City Charter. That Mr. Mcccii hu aji- i.ointment of Itullding and Scaffold In- spector at n salary of SIST.-iO per Newark, Ohio, Jan. per- sons vveri killed and six Injured, ,tsvo of whom will die. when fire early this morning destroyed a hotel on Second street here. Nii or.c of the eleven persons -were In the building when Hit fire was discovered, esczperf death or injury.- All the killed 'and Injured laborers. tiolici' iic lie KIWI imcc momns tai-ary. 2. Tiiat Mis? lie slvc'ii tor all liiree appointnienls. (Coiitinunl on page1 Women For Public I.adltc arc coining int" Ilielr Ouli In I.ellibridge. fonu of soverninenl hrouirlii will; II a number 3f rhaiiBCs civic life welcomed iii: laillcs. anil yesterday saw Ilio of Mi3 fir3l: real changes two ilvlf. were Itpcl Tiy ladies. Miss B, Jones <'.is iifi'Ulnlci] Hie only apiioinltncnt of (lie iiiirf lu (ho nesl helrt by a laily. Mrs. K. X. HlginboDiam was up liointcd lo '.lie Hosjiltal IJoard. n-licrn flic will act In an caiacity. holding the fame autliorily as me gentlemen on the bosrJ. A laiiy on Ihe Scliool Uca'ril will Ijrolrably be next. How long will j( In- licfoic n lady will he aittinj: in one of tlie (.ommiesioner's.ctiairs? ;