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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, January 17, 1011. TT1E -DATMT Paf 5 Had a Distressing, Tick- ling Sensation in The Throat. COULD NOT 8LEIP AT NIGHT. Dr, 'a Norway Pi na Syrup Ui Hcli in the lung-healing virtues of tlio Norway pine tree. It is H pleasant, safe effectual medicine that jiiay.bc con- fideutially. relied ps a sticcilic for Coughs, 'Colds. Itpursencss, fioie Tliront. Quinsy; tmd till Throut mid Lung Troubles. 11 ivil! stop tlmt tickling in the throat which causes the dry cough lluit you uvaltc ut'oiglit. J. A. Smith, Oat.- had u vjjry. bad cough and llwt (.listreusing tickling sensation in my throat. H was ey I could not sleep et night and lungs were bo BOHJ i Imd give up work. "pur doctor medicine but it COMMITTEES WERE NAMED Publicity Com m it tee to Work With Board of Trade Tlie following draft of committees for tho year were submitted to the council last night by Mayor Adams, and and Bowman, Sage niiey. Works and Oliver, uoocto iind Frayjie, Water and Mayor and tno whole council. License and Mayor and mo 1 got -i bottle of Dr. ithu whole council. Wood's Norway I'ino Syrup, and by the liino i hud used two bottle 1 was entirely cured. I am always recommending it to my friends.'! Do not bo humbugged into buying tho no-called Norway Pino Syrups but be sure litlil 14 It, tint on "Dr. Wood'ti." U is put in :i yellow wrapper; threw pine trees iho trade mark; the price 25c. Manufactured only by ThoT. Mitbum Co.. Limited, Toronto, Ont. VERY LARGE LOAN Montreal, .Tan. municipal loans amounting to were today. One provides lor j quired during the year. Kiro Tllley, Bow and Frayna. 1'urka, Boulevards and AJU. Dooiie, Oliver and Sage. Publicity and Sage, Gooiie and Bowman. Frayjie, Tllloy and Oliver. The tlrnt. named on each commute Is chairman, Speaking to the motion to adopt th draft, Mayor Adams pointed out tba there were one or two departures from tho organization of past years. Th water and light committee he ha made up of the whole council as the were- utilities owned by th city. Tho .publicity and Immigratlo committee was a. new committee whlc would work In touch with the Boar of Trade, voting money as It was re- The plan h the borrowing of for .the. ooped would work out satisfactory I'Stublishtncnt maintenance of an uwlt-rground. conduit -system, another of (ootlie establishment, nf a water tiltiation- plant and the third of SK'i.i.OOO io include in the working capital for sircct paving. Th'_ loans will be a forty jrcar issue, bearing in- trrest at four per cent. Fred Ranclhger was caught .on a pulley at the Floradalo flax mllla and his nock was broken. According to report, the Ontario Powder Co., has gone 3nto a merger, with headrofflco at JlontrcaL Quietly cores fcrcl; lUc ibrost 20 METHODIST CHURCHES IN STATES TO UNLT Chattanooga. Tenn., Jan. Ion step was laken here today In the o ganlc union of Methodists in America when ihe Cenloriary Methodist Episc pal church, south, and the Methodls Episcopal church, north, agreed to co and build one great church e FIRST BOX CURED HIS LAME BACK st GIN PILLf SKITHVILLH, "I suffered for three years wilh t Pajn la My Back. 1 AIM now iiiciug GIN f IJ.I.S find a great relief after ukfuf only one bor." W 1 HALLJW1V it anjr wonder that we GIN PILLS with an iron-clad guaranteed money back if they fail to give relief? We know that GIN PILLS will stop the pain in the the and cure every trace of ildney Trouble and Rheumatism.. GIN PILLS hare cured thonwmdi of cases, of Kidney Trouble that were regarded as hopeless. We don't ask you to buy-GIN PILLS to find out what they -will do for you. Simply write us, mentioning tfait paper, and we will send you a sample box free. Then, if you are unable to get the regular itze boxes at your dealer's, write us, and we will supply you at tke retail a box, 6 for GIN PILLS are made and guaranteed by the largest wholesale drug iu UM British. Empire. National Drug and Chemical Co., Dept A.D.. Toronto. 47 COUNCIL WOULD NOT LET SECRETARY-TREASURER APOLOGIZE TO EX-ALD KING They Shook Hands and That Should -Have Ended It-Will Hustle the Construction of Exhibition Buiidings-'-Mayor Adams Still Refused More Salary-Police Census Postponed Indefinitely mi it N C O M4- banish sick headacl -muddv complexion and the other evil effects of cooatipatkxx. 25c. a box at'ail olruggists' National Dnig Chemical Canada, LlmMe4 44 A detailed financial statement cov- ering the sale .of Victoria Park lots j nxmey already by tthe city on .account of the Agricul- tural Society since the old grounds were taken the city, -was re- at the council meeting last night. AMERICANS ARE COMING ACROSS evera ulies Have Entered Alberta at Coutts Coutts, Alta-.; Jan. The cold weather of 'the past w-eek has not re- tarded immigration over the interna- tional boundary line into Canada. Oil Saturday, the 14th, John Kelson from ihc state of Idaho, was admittal through the port of Coutts. He was accompanied .by a car of immigrant's stock and farming im plements. He states that a number of people from his district are intend- ing to move to Canada in the spr ng. He gave ''his destination holm, Alta. as Clares- The statement showed receipts, in- cluding the government grant to the fair, of and expenditures of Aid. Oliver moved that the report be received and filed, that the money received by the city from Victoria Park be nlaced in a separate account, the money to be expended on improve m'ents "aC.'tbe new grounds and that the city guarantee the for the said-work during 1911. A lengttiy- discussion followed. Aid. Bowman urged that i.he matter be left In abeyance'until after the Joint committee appointed by the council, and by the Society, has met. Aid. Goode.-vigorously that immed- iate, action be taken and the council set a date for the-meeting of the com- mittee. -He pointed out that unless a start wai made quickly it would be impossible for tb.e contractors to bave ready in time .for the fair. After, some further 'discussion Aid. Oliver changed his motion to read that the report be received and filed and- that the Agricultural So- ciety committee be notified to. call a meeting of the joint committte at MEDICAL ATTENDANCE FOR CITY EMPLOYEBS ffice and .bet-one people. Twenty-fiv On ..January R. Daley, of Wyoming, passed through en route to Red Deer. He also had r-ar of effects. Milk is to receive an addition 'to hex' population by the ar- rival .of Leo Blair, January lOthi He came to the by rail, but aban- doned his" car here and drove the re- maining 12 miles. -Conrad, Mont., makes a contribu- tion to Alberta through the removal on. December 27th of 0. S. Cox to Medicine.Hat with. a car of live-stock; .other personal property. representatives of each, branch met. At a conference lasting since Tuesday what Is termed a set of conclusions was agreed to. The conference agreed that plans for new churches should be held in abeyance, pending the" final adjustment of the whole problem by the authorities of the denominations. 1 JOBDEPT. Your Headquarters for 1910 Financial Statements and Auditors' Reports, and for 1911 Booklets, Folders, An- Circulars, Blotters, etc. f THE HERALD JOB DEPT. Particular Printing For Particular People since having lost his temper. He re- setted also, exceedingly, having used words In the presence of the Aid. Goode, who was in the chair, here Interposed and declared that Aid.' Bowman's statement that ex-Aid. King and the -secretary-treasure had shaken hands, put an entirely differ- ent complexion on the matter, arid it should be dropped right there. Aid. Tllley remarked that not being a mem- ber of the. council at the time he had made up his mind to keep clear of the incident. Since the parties bad shak- en hands, he thought, that the matter should have dropped'.. there and -he thought that the public should under- stand-it that way. Nevertheless he was very glad indeed, to hear Mr. Rob- inson voluntarily make the statement he had just made. Aid Sage said ho.was not quite sure whether he. owed Mr. King an apology or not. He had left the -coun- cil meeting the night of the affair when the motion to adjourn was made but appeared, it was passed and he hart been under the impression that the row; between Aid. King and the secretary-treasurer was after the meeting and therefore was no busi- ness of the council's. Aid. Bowman's motion to file Mr. King's letter carried unanimously. The city council last night decided to accept the proposition of Drs. De- veber and Campbell to act as doctors to all city employees. The proposition of Drs. DeVeber and Campbell was as follows: For fifty cents per month deducted from the wages of each city employee they will supply to all em- ployees and their families, all the medical attention, surgical operations and such medicines as he or she. re- quire, except in maternity cases, to be charged for at the rate of per normal case, venereal diseases, ,aud diseases contracted before the ar- rangement is entered into; for fifty cents additional all hospital attention required by the employee, him or her- self. These arrangements are govern- ed by the provisions that em- arrangement Aid. ployee, who wishes, may, by a paper, be free from the arrangement- and that they, the doctors, be supplied each month with a list of all epaptoy- ees agreeing to the arrangement: There was some discussion matter before the finally agreed to. Heved that before the passed, more obtained, for instance, would the bo relieved from all liability .'for age claims in the. case of emplofMi signing the paper to be free ot arrangement? It was pointed but that the Employers Liability cleared the city in the dents, and in th_e case of sickness not covered by the the city is not liable anyway. Miscellaneous The report of the license and police committee embodying the resolutions of_ the; special meeting held last Wed- AFTERNOON OF THE CITY once ia order to hurry matters along. lnesday :and already: re ported tully in TORONTO STREET RY. A NUISANCE Toronto, Jan. case ot the Toronto Railway Co., charged with maintaining a common nuisance, was opened today before Justice Riddell. S Twenty witnesses were heard, mostly j in aonnection with the company's lines in the past two years. Considerable testimony was incidentally adduced in regard to over-crowding and other eviis. The judge stated that he had set aside the 'whole week for the case I and he issued a general invitation to i all citizens interested to appear and I give evidence or forever after hold ;heir peace. In this shape the motion carried. The Mayor's Salary ports he had. seen in the newspapers to the effect.'thaV be would decline to consider .an--increase in salary, were correct-' The mayor said they were. Aid. said he would allow the motion increasing the mayor's salary tcr notice of which he gave "at' the last' meeting, to lapse. He moved a motion, how- ever, which "earned, coun- cil on. record as warmly appreciating Mayor Adams' services to the' city and his refusal to accept an increase in Ex-Aid.'King and Secretary A. letter addressed :to the' mayor and council by Ex-Aid. King, was read, asking for an apology from the secretary-treasurer for abusive and insulting language directed at him by the latter at the last meeting of last year. .It was not so much on behalf of himself that he demanded the apol ogy. but on behalf of the people whom while an alderman, and whom, he felt, were insulted. -Mayor Adams said.that lie verj much regretted that the occurrence in question' had taken [place, during his, absence. He felt, however, that Ex-Aid.; King should have asked for an apology at the time and not have passed it wer to a new council. He felt that 'an apology would have been coming to him. Aid. Bowman moved that the letter be re- ceived and filed on the grounds that after the meeting at which the row SCHOOL AFFAIRS ATSTIRLIKG Stirling, Jan. 18. On Saturday last the annual meeting of the rate- payers of the Stirling school district convened. Much important business transacted and matters pertain- ing to the progress of the school thor- oughly discussed. The reports suh- .he Herald, was received and filed. A'letter .from Buchanan, M. regarding the proposed new traf- ic' bridge north of the" city was read and ordered acknowledged. Two communications were read from- C. Gibson, one asking for elec- light connections and the other for water, to his house at the corner of 14th St., and 9lh Ave. re- ceived and .referred to the city .engi- eer. ._ Dr. P.- M. Campbellv was appointed to act as .health officer -whenever Dr. UeVeber.is away from the city during the present year. City Engineer Arnold was granted a week's leave of absence to attend a convention, in Winnipeg. The sinking fund trustees reported having held a meeting at-which P. L. Naismith was elected chairman, and at which it was decided to recommend that Secretary-Treasurer Robinson be requested to act as secretary to the trustees. The report was received and a motion passed acting on the sugges- tions. City Engineer Arnold reported the progress being made on the Gait St. tunnel for the North Lethbridge sewer outlet main. The report was adopted. W. A. Henderson Co., Winnipeg, wrote, thanking the council for their re-appointment as auditors for the cur- rent year. 6 Mayor Adams spoke regarding the taking of the police census at this time of the year, along the lines in which he was quoted in. Saturday's Henceforth the regular council meet- ings will be held on the first and third Tuesdays of each month at two o'clock in the afternoon. At the council meeting last night Aid. -Bowman moved and Aid. Goode seconded the motion, notice of was given at the last to the effect that the council in future nieet at 10 a. m., on. the first and" third Tuesdays. Every member of the council had something to say., on. the question be- fore a decision was finally arrived at. The mover said that .there" :was little for him to add to. what he said at the last meeting beyond that he would like the council to act .favorably on -the proposed change. Aid. Sage opposed the .change on- the ground, that it 'was not fair to take men .away from busi- ness when they gave their time :gratSs. In his case, he would be 'taking time might come in the council after Aid. Goode declared cepting his nomination he had taken the whole question consideration.- He knew that it that belonged to partner in busi- ness. Aid. -Frayne did not feel like contributing 5120 a year to the city in the shape of wages lost to him if the meetings are held in the dny time. He did not care so for himself how- ever, but for the working men who In-view of the expressions-of members of .the couucii Aid.-. said he was willing to" have the.meet- ings in. the afternoon, and with his seconder's changed his mo-" tion to read that and that shape it passed .unanimously. LONDON'S POOR PREFER TO STAY IN WORKHOUSE London, Jan. a little over two weeks' trial, the extension of old age pension to workhouse .paupers has proved a failure. Mzfny of'those who came but of the workhouse on January 1st, when, the first weekly five shil- lings was due, have already gone back Not a few of them returned within less than forty-eight hours, and drunk. Others discovered they were unable to buy comforts like thove at the workhouse with five ihilliDgii. Others again made interesting discov- eries that the law permitted them to rtraw the pensions on ipend the whole sum within twenty-four nours, then return to the workhouse till Friday comes round again." occurred Mr. King and Mr. Robinson Herald. Aid. Bowmaa expressed shook hands, and he called on the newspaper reporters to bear him out that such was the case. The secretary-treasurer here inter- posed and asked permission to speak. He had, he said, deeply regretted ever Try This Home'Made Cough Remedy Costs Little, But the Work Quickly, or Money Refunded. lar opinions and a motion rescinding the motion, ordering the census to be taken this month, was passed and the matter laid over indefinitely. The -chief of the fire department was instructed to take up the matter of having his men take courses of in- struction in first aid to the injured in conjunction with the courses to be taken by the police force. Mix two cups of granulated sugar one cup of warm water, and stir for 2 minutes- Put ounces of Pin- mittcd were, on the whole, very sat--ex (fifty cents' worth) in a: 16 oz. bot- isfactory. William H. Spackman was tie; then add the Sugar Syrup. Tako re-elected to the office of trustee for teaspoonful every one, two or three hours, ins district. i You find tbat thig rem. The school board has obtained the cdy takes hold of a, coagh more quick- THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., PRESIDENT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MANAGER CAPITAL, REST, EIGHT HOUR BILL MOVES FORWARD Ottawa, J.ii eight- hour day bill get iU second readinp xras amended to apply to services of A. S. Cartwright, a first- J3T than anything else you ever used, -public buildings constructed by day mean a sacrifice to many Tvays. He" knew that he would detoar-Tr: nimselt "from contracts he otherwise would pete for. and he .thought., them should be willing sacrifice. He strongly morning meetingo. Aid. Oliver'said would .not make m.uih him what; tiine of day. th were Aid. TUieV-said sonally. he favored inorning but he could quite the position of. others and sympatflize with them. He o'clock'" iu the afternoon. The mayor femairkecl-: that it be diHcult 1'or him.-; to.- get out of his office at morning'. Y COLLECTION BUSINESS With its large number of branches, correspondents, The' Canadian Bank of Commerce is able to effect collections throughout. the world promptly and at reasonable rates. Rates will be quottd on application. FOREIGN. BUSINESS Cheques and drafts on all countries of the world, drawn in sterling1, francs, marks, lire, kronen, florins, roubles or-any other foreign currency, can be negotiated at The Canadian Bank of Commerce at reasonable rates. Lethbridge Branch C G, K. class teacher, for the corrUng torm: t only. and it was also decided to side of 24 Splendid, too, for Mr. Cartwright will relieve the pnn- -whooping chest pains, bron- chitis and other throat troubles. .It stimulates and Is slight- ly laxative, wpich helps end a cough. PHONE 1252 cipal, Mr. Sheffield, by teaching many of the high school subjects. On the night of Jan. 14th, the Stir- ling Home Dramatic Association pre- sented for the second time, "The Rose of Ettrick Vale." The performance was very well attended and a dance was given after it. The prize dance givm by the Y.M. M.I.A., on Jan. 13th, was very 'well attended. The prize for the waltz was awarded to Mr. Adclbcrt Kiddlr.___ and Miss Louisa Olerc that of the! 1 Pines and' Sugar two-step was awarded to Mr. Merlin c... TT- lair throughout the Steed and Came Hirschc. This more and better coagh syrup than you could buy S2.50. It keeps per- fectly and tastes pleasant Pinex most valuable concen- trated compound of Norway white pino extract, and is rich in guiaicol time and a half instead of timr-. and a quarter for overtime. Mr. Lancaster's amendment to- thrt railway act, to make the holding of inquests on fatal accidents on rail- ways compulsory, was given a second reading and referred to the railways committee. Sir Wilfrid Lander said that thr; and the natural pins elements j official announcement tbat the are so healing to the rnera- :0f Cosnaught would succeed his exccl- Other preparation? will not i anes Othor prepar vork In this formula. of cel- win., as the Govcnior- miirVi cytim General of Canada, had not as vet Syrup (or been received by the government. OF CANADA l, Rest art Undivided frolils Tots! Assets Ov TVm. H. Spackman and Mrs. Nellie Withers left a few days ago for Utah. They called there on account of the sudden death of ihoir father. On Jan. l-Hh, a Iiaby girl was hora to the wife of P. R. Jonrs. .States and j Dr. Fred Ethcrlcglon, senior profes- Canada, that It is otten imitated. But ,sor of anatomv at it is old, successful formula has never t-cwa, K, luuior 'Od. leave to take up practice m the U. S. Mrs. Archibald, McTsaac. of St. tlis recipe. Your druggist has {Andrew's, Anligonish. N. S.. agod 87, Pinex or will get It for you. If uot, (was fatally bnmed while her son was 1 tend Ha Pinex Co., Toronto, Ont. 'at church Over ISO Branches in Canada enable this Bank to offer an excep- tional service to the Corporation or Merchant whose business is Firm, mae anywere. discounted. Travellers' Letters of Credit issued. Money transmitted by Money Order, Draft or 'Telegraphic or Cable Transfer, sMa-n Office cor. Round Redpath Sia G. R. T fSi-b-Office Westminster ftd., N. Ward I Stirling A- H. Roach, Acting Manager. a Grsssy Lake- W. SaiSIie, Manager. ;