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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta r lM.v. January :17. THE HKiXALD Page 9: 1 p COSTS NO MORE THAN THE ORDINARY KIN PS COMPLIES WITH ALL PURE FOOD LAWS FULL WEIGHT ONE POUNDCNC SALARIES INCREASED ALDERMEN IN DARK MADE. IN CANADA. EWGILLETT CO.LTD.TORONTO.ONT. STOVE POLISH is the best polish in the biggest box.. It is a paste, and far less trouble than any, other prepar- ation.. A gentle rub brings a lasting'shine. Is with- out-a rival for polishing stoves', pipes, grates and ironwork. If your dealer does not carry "Bhck Knight" Stove Polish in stock, send us his name and loc, and we will send a full .size tin by return mail.... TIE F. F, DALUY Ct., UMrrO .32 MaJurs "2 Palish. SHORTER-HOURS Advances in Waterworks Department a Surprise -Talk of Reducing Electric Light Rates-- The First .Afternoon Session of the City Council v before the council got into session vicied in (lie by-law. He suggeste this afternoon; owing to- the delay of that it would cost eight cents per run tne arrival of Aid. .Tllley and Oliver, ning foot to maintain the boulevards tnere was an informal discussion on The mayor said it would 'not cost any the electric light rates. Aid. Bowman thJng like eight cents a foot 10 and -the mayor were both confident the boulevards. 'The installation of. that the rates could be cut down to the watering plant for 'the boulevards rereutler any he scale of wages and when'a change! s-noted the reason ought to be known. t was up'to the secretary either him- elf or through a clerk to keep. a heck on these things. Aid. Tilley pointed out that In the engineer's department there was an ncrease In salaries this year from to or an increase of for 1911 over This was, of course, to more work being undertaken but the council should know of the salaries being paid. The secretary- produced a report mowing, that the local improvements this year are as against some in 1910. This extra expendi- ture would necessarily mean more money for superintending. Heads Responsible .it. .was. .moved, tfy Aid. Tiljey and that the head of each de partment shall be held responsible for Ml increases in salaries of men em- department and that made Business Men Express Opinions Against Con- tinual" Hold Outs" The -Lothbridge Business Men's Pro- tcctive Association held their annual 'meeting in St. Augustin's Hall last I night, with President H. A. McKil- jlop in the chair. Kennedy read a report 10 cents per killawatt hour and still is (lone-, in tbe original cost and does make a profit. Aid. Sago urged the not come under maintenance, mayor to take a chance on it. But Aid. Bowman thought it was a mis- the mayor did not think .it. wise to take to attempt to "boulevard tho make a move until Supt. Reid returns, whole city at once.. It should be done Upon the arrival oL Aid.. Tilley the in sections and get it completed. He mayor declared the meeting open and thought that a good deal of money proceeded to ctear up the business un- hud been wasted. Aid. Sage gave ve- Hnished last night. EDITED BY j "UNO" PHONES op-pice B3O out the sanction of the finance com mittee or council shall be charged to tne head of such department. Kpeaking of the streets, Aid. Bow some reorganization was necessary to keep them in shape. He referred to. the., work of Supt. Scott of .the streets. There should be some SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Visiting Days Hostesses Mrs. E. A. Cunningham- Mrs. B. L. Cope. Mrs. Robert Reynolds, 909 London Road, will be at home tomorrow. Mrs. Mewlwirn is entertaining the Bridge Club this evening. i Miss Rietta Podger is, entertaining a number of young people this' even- Ing. lovable of the season. The ident and the entire social committee were indefatigable in their efforts to> make everyone feel at home. After short guessing Contest in which the' "parts of a were very much.'- in evidence, program opened with, an instrumental duet, the Lutspiel, Overture, well rendered by Miss Lois' Mackenzie and Miss Dlsseth. Misa. Hatt, readily won the sympathy oJ. all. in the solo, Adams' Galilee, Mrs. Nel-r son being her accompanist. The -An- gel's Serenade was exquisitely render- ed as a violin solo by Miss McPhee. jr. nement corroboration of these state- Uead can-be held, responsible for iiefore gofne ahead the secretary .ments, especially with regard to the on the streets, reau a communication from John 'A. planting of' trees. The. mayor thought -A1-d- spoke of the way rrosard of tfle stores department ask- tbe most money had been wasted in ing for an: increase from to making boulevards and tearing- them per montu. j up again. He said1 that tbe only way J. H. Fleetwobd asked for leave or to get over the waste is for each com.- from Jan. 23 to 2S so'that mittee. to meet "and reorganize- the he 'could 'attend the Alberta School work of their departments. That is Trustees' Convention at Wetaskiwfn. the only' way they can get value for A petition, was read asking for a money 'expended. The' whole work (showing-that while there was not a-sewer along London Road to serve must be reorganized. Each commit- large iund in the fman-1 lots '1-11, Block B and lots 21 to 37, tee. can consider the work cf its de- THEATRICAL condition oi -the association is gradually improving. One of "the objects of the association is to assist the .business re-en in every way, and decided to add a col7 lection department to .aid in the col- lection nf Forms for the secretary's use were approved. One oi the business men stated that -there was'a growing feeling .amonp; 124. It was signed, by Messrs, partment and. report to the council, Reeve, Gibbous and the whole thing can be threshed Marshall, Seatle, Reuter and others, out to a satisfactory-basis. Of the unfinished business the mat- The city's chief boulevard and tree ter of C. M. Arnold's application for man, Air. Mitchell., had a report which increase "of salary was laid over to the secretary produced for Aid. be considered with other similar a'p- uoode's information, as to what had plications. The application been done. .But ha could see nothing of the Salvation tnat he wanted to know. He suggest- A.raiy for a grant was also laid over, ed that Mr. Mitchell should prepare The council then proceeded to dis- a plan from which co'Jid be seen employees that they should have morn cuss the estimates of the city engin- work that is done'. PANTAGES WILL PLAY HERE Taken" all around the bill 'at' the" this week is a good dne'.1" in one respect it 5s good enough to fool holidays and shorter hours, and it was pointed-out that lines of industry in this' city are the hours too. long. s Comparing .the working :day here -with othdr parts -ot the country it was'shown that sonie of th'e demands the critics who'have "referred'to the; of .employees'in this regard are im-'d good looks of Miss Crom-- reasonable, and the .sense of the meet- ..Miss Cromwell, indeed whoj ing-was that it..would be a'hardship said so? Her grace movenientVis- all j on .out-of-town people and others to her -Truth it is! the hours or close places of itis-a. irom .It- land .of good.. oldv Lotadon. L _jhc assoC5ation decided that they f- energy" and firmLv..against the nuni- nd us bound to prove popular n i 'j t ii advertising with which -niplre vfuidevtilians-.during the week. E r -P TT-.- '____foutsiders for funds-, and re- Mr. and Mrs. Han Handy is some-' t, x fresh in the soap bubble Y 5d the: lady .has ot rather' down. -5 humor.' In face, she reminds I The raatter of subscriptions'to ath- 'pne {rather .strikingly of Yvette was brought up and. the memr The" same color hair, the-same hers felt that the athletics of.-Leth- quizzical nose, and the same long bridge should ie put on a paying bas- ,'blaclt gloves'and outstretched fingers, is. As it -is it is contmual Cr-This; act is, as we "have said, quite ;handout, and the'members can not it-is.also ciulte entertaining, help, all, yet feel that ii their 'refuse .The same may be' said of the sketch lhev arc "prejudicing'people against tne Rocks" which deals with. {hcir places Business, aid-that in out of work, and looking: cRect Jt is nothjng bufc a' job. eer on the local improvements for the Aid. .Bowman 'and the mayor team- sters allow stuff to fall off their wag- ons on the street. They should be fined they do not have proper wag- ons and "keep the stuff off the streets, .-iid. Bowman tbought- the city might be divided into local improvement dis- tricts and put men in charge of each. TIHey thought each alderman should be on the alert all the time to see things', that are wrong with, the streets and report it. The mayor -pointed' out an instance of where the works and property com- mittee bad issued an order to have dirt for street work be piled up on the curb. But the- order had drop- ped and the committee, had. not the forraan to task. Aid. Bowman and the mayor sug- gested lhat'Supt. Scott be full charge o'f the streets under the city engineer the'-council will Lold responsible "for the. condition, of the The members of Art Needle Work Club spent a pleasant and profitable: The brightest and jolliest number the evening; was Miss Jean Wright's; T, ._ 4 witty recitation "The which. Miss Evans, of Medicine Hat. amv- ed in the. city yesterday and IB-being entertained for a few days at the Cheney home on Bompas Street. f The Shakespeare Club meets this evening with Miss Fair. Miss Jack- son will lead. The club at present is reading "King--Lear.'.' Mr. and' Mrs. G. C. McDonald and daughter, Miss Miriam, o? New Day- ton are spending a few days in the city. sterner, sex present. Miss Wright sponded to the enthusiastic with "Why He Wouldn't Die" The program closed with Miss McLacblanV rendition of De Kovin's Winter Lulla-i by. Refreshments of sandwiches, cake', and coffee were, served and'.; Mr. SlacKenzie is to be heartily con- gratulated upon his coffee brewing. After refreshments games, were.'playect' and home well pleased the entire evening's program. The Caledonian :Spcietv'have issued invitations for a banquet to IKJ given, afternoon yesterday with Mrs. J. in the Caiedonian hail on January 25th, to celebrate. the anniversary of the birtk oi Mr. and Mrs. Murphy who have been Burns spending the holidays with: Mrs. ilur-1 phy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. .L. Jones. year. Aid. Goode wanted to get de- was nothing complete yet rinit'e information-as to whether the' 1'he mistake, had'been made threu work done last year had been done years ago when too much .was attempv within the estimates. The secretary tod'and-as yet nothing had been com got Mr. Arnold's figures, which show- pleted, there not being a 'street that ed the estimated'cost and the actual was finished. .Aid. Tilley suggested cost. Aid. Goode maintained that; it finishing ..up district which had was 7 to know that the" Seen .started, but Aid-. .Bowman' said work was being done within the esti- it was more than could be done this mates. year. The mayor suggested Aid. Bowman that there was the application for sewer that .55000 spent last year the council appropriate a sum of mon- and he thought there should be more ey to provide for the construction of to show "for revenue producing local improvements Aid. Goode-and Tilley. moved. that arter'the estimates had -Mitchell be: instructed to prepare Aid. Frayne moved that the engin- a detailed report showing ezactly eer's'estimates of local improvements iniproyements, (trees, living or ho prepared'for seed, boulevards on euch side of each street, .by blocks as per de- tailed map attached outlined in red laid over to, special ca'rried. Early Closing Again Ham McMorran, on behalf of Clerks' Union, appeared before at a the the council about the Early Casing By- law, protesting against the proposed change keeping the stores open for six evenings 'before Christmas. Aid. Sage said that Messrs. Ry lands' The PJcels saxaphone quartette of the membersUthlntics-and -would-lite to help m a "of which havo visited Calgary wa7; are "old favorites. last j -The follow'ing ofTicers were, flight of the -two-step, "Dublin 'Dais- H. A. McKillop tho -beautiful sextette.- i'lent-, J. Nelson secretary, J. "William and j Kennedy i; executive, 'E. Price, J. W. Bawden, A. V. McGuire, J: A. Johnston, L. H. Fow- ler, E. J. Sehl, E. Hagcll. ;tlie much appreciated tfy a large audience which was very insistent in the matter of encores. This complete bill at the Empire shows no falling off in the matter of nigh-class entertainment, and a suc- ,-cesst'ul :week is 'Herald. '.These remarkable.: performers will at-the Majestic "on Thursday and Friday evenings of this week. .Manager Sherman wishes to deter- mine whether or not the theatre-soin? of Lethb.ridge like -high-class acts are the standard in tne vaudeville world. The -is- the lodge of vruicteviiie' excellence.' FJRE AT A MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Chicago, Jan. Iroquois em- ergency hospital erected as a mem- orial to tneir lives in the Iroquois theatre fire seven years ago, narrowly escaped de- struction by fire just before it was formally opened for patients. The fire was discoverod in a pile of excelsior in the rear early today and did con- siderable damage. s sure, to elect Chas. F. Johnson, -Democrat' of Waterville, -to the U. S. senate. Rhode Island will elect Henry J. Liflltt, Republican. XO FOR DOUBT by a A 'Statement cf Facts Backed Strong Guarantee We guarantee complete'relief to all Fnfferers from constipation. In every case where we fail we will supply the medicine free. Resnll Orderlies .are a gentle, ef- fective. dependable and regulator, strongthener safe bowel anrl tonic. They re-cstabliah nature's functions in a quiet, easy way. They do not cause any inconvenience, griping or nausea, they are so pleasant to take and work SUFFER FROM COLD AT HALIFAX Halifax, Jan. weather is ntteen below zero here and there is a high wind. Humidity is causing in- tense suffering. of. the Hudson's Bay Co., and Ripltf.i or the Bentley Co., had agreed to it.! Hut Mr. McMorran said' that these men had agreed to the three days. The mayor suggested leaving it over until the next regular meeting, and in the meantime get the opinion of ev- ery body concerned. Aid. Tilley and uoode thought they should delay un- til they can get" a by-Jaw that will stand the courts. McMorran objected to its being laid over and said that all fair stores had agreed to the three days with the ex- ception of the fancy goods dealers. Aid. Sage thereupon got up "and said tnat the "fancy goods men" had agreed on eight evenings hut compromised on six. Tne mayor declared the matter closed. Long Talk en Sec.-Treas. Robinson brought up the matter of the boulevards, the plans and expenditure made two years ago at a cost of upon which the city is still paying five per cent inter- est. The work has never been finish- ed. In reply to secretary, the city engineer had said that it would to complete the work pro Ink. It was pointed out that until the work is. completed none of the im- provements could be charged up 'against .the property improved. In tDe meantime the city is carrying the whole cost at present, Ald. ioode stated that he was having no quarrel with Mr. .Mitchell but he merely wanted information necessary "or the administration of that depart- WINNIPEG GRAIN MARKET. Winnipeg, Jan. wheat op- ened 98 5-S, closed 99 3-4; July open- ed 1.00 14, closed 1.00 7-S; cash wheat No. 1 Nor. 05 1-2; No. 2 NTor. 92 1-2; No. 3 Nor. 59 1-2; No. 4 Nor. So 1-4; No. 5, 73 1-4; No. 6, 73; feed 62. Oats, No. 2, C.W., 33 1-2; barley. No. 3, 50; No. 4, 40; rejected, 3S; feed, 36. Flax No. 1, N.W., 2.4S. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS The Deacon Shirt Company, whose plant was recently to'rnrcl at Belle- ville, will rebuild at once, and occu- py temporary quarters in the mcan- tin-c. A man named Clark and his daugh- ter, Mrs. Robt. Young; wore hrtd up What Every so easily that they may be taken by oy an armcri man' wllllc anving on 'tho foiMrtnio Jy "tone HP the whole system to heal-] Clark up S4, out of several hua- thy activity. Rexall Orderlies are unsurpassable dred dollars he had. Ed. Kastin, a former land-owner of and ideal for the use ot children, old a folks and delicate persons. We cannot Saskatchewan province, was in too tiighly recommend them to all suf- j town last week looking on the U S srs.'sSnJSiX feot .ihc nnc-ife __ _ and 25c. Remember you can obtain RoxaU Remedies in this community at our Rexall 4, C. ge to visit with relatives until the chinoofc clears the snow from the. country when he will return to makr selection. Woman Knows No woman can decorate her head with false hair in the shape of rats, puffs, switches and transformations and make it appear natural. Hair growing on the scalp it adorns is tbe only kind that always looks right. There is a fnace and natural aair which is not to be mistaken. Xewbro's Herpicide permits the lux- uriant growth of beautiCnl hair. It kills the dandruff germ, preserves the hair and gives it the life and brightness of hair health. Every woman may have beautiful glorious hair, on her own head. There is no secret about Send lOc in postage for sample and booklet on the Care of the Hair to The Herpicirte Co., Dept, R., Detroit, Mich. One dollar bottles areOIILOODILY One dollar size bottles are sold and guaranteed by all the leading drug- gists. Applications may obtained at best barber ahtps and hair parlori. J. D. Higinbotham Co. 'Ltd., Special Agents rh-- treets. The blocking of the sidewalks op- posite the Hull block was brought up by Aid. Sage and led. to further dis- ;ussion.- The mayor said that the permit to use a part" of the sidewalk or street' could be used for a certain number of' days IE a permit were se- This matter is'un-to the no- Hardie, left yesterday afternoon for their home, in Winnipeg.. The High .School Literary' Soclety are preparing to dramatize itoriunj. The board ot the -Y.W.C.T.U.. held a business, session in the. living" room, of the "Y" residence yesterday after- noon, and considered twenty-four I of "various persons- who. 1 wish the position of matron, which, will be vacant after February 1st. Three applications were'laid aside fon- AU the girls who are taking part-, in the comic opera "Billee Taylor" will further consideration, one- being from a local woman, of them.- and_ a r t- pals will rehearse at 4 o'clock regular monthly, routine busUess meiit. Air. Fleetwood was given the leave of absence asked for. Who increased Salaries? Aid. Bowman suggested taking up the matter of salaries. Aid. Frayno said the men of the electrical depart- ment wanted to get in on the increases f there were any going, but superintendent, Mr. Relci, is Aid. Bowman-proposed to lay down a ;eneral principle that a job be worth a certain salary and unless''the men put in extra time there be no increases Or as the mayor said, if a man can't Hold down tbe job at the start he should not have it. The electrical department salaries were left as they are, there being no requests for an increase. In looking over the waterworks list Aid. Bowman noticed that Timekeeper Aid. and Tilley moved that tbe city be divided into six im- provement' districts and that the streets and lanes districts'be inspected by the street foreman once a week and that Hugh Scott ;be such foreman to report to and to -be- mules' tne authority of the city engineer in respect to all matters relating tfcere- tof TEus was caxried. The Secretary's Office With regard to the secretary's of- fice Aid.. Bowman said, that there should be more help.there as at pre- sent .there is not the care taken in some things that there should -be. He thought-there should be a minimum salary and_ maximum salary as the efficiency of an employee increases as ne gets used to the work. Secretary Robinson said that if he had another man he could give the council any reports they want. Aid. tiowman complained that he. could uot get information at. the office as to how the money being spent on work ts being kept within the revenue. The secretary said that the estimates would nave to be made ahead .if such a re- port were to be given. Then Aid. tiowman gave a little address on the theatre. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Anderson, and Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Mason left for. California, this morning, where they will spend the nesr- six or eight weeks. x C. president of the Alber- ta Securities Co.; Mrs. Daniels; chil- dealt with. The postponed business meeting ot the be. held in- the Wes- club rooms Friday after- noon at. .three, o'clock.. A large amount oi important busi- ness will come before this meeting and every member is urged to make a .effort to attend. As tlie term r and children will remain" in Riverside until late in the spring. this morning. Mr. Daniels will return. j- in abo.nt two months, but'Mrs.-Daniels: or ofilce directors has expired, the vacancies will be fill- ed at this meeting. 'Also a .for the W-.CXT.U. tor the ensuing year Win. At this-meeting tbe first- annual financial report ot rthp Y.W.C.T.U. residence will bf1 submit- of Mrs. of this city, has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Moth, Suite 2, McLeay Elk., for several days.-'He, left this after- noon for Calgary and'Banff and other points west. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES ted. A special meeting of the Daughter and Maids o[ England will be" the home of the A. The'members of the Carnation Club J- tomorrow .evening The are holding another dance in the K. members are urgently. requested to be of P. hall, Thursday evening of this w-aek. Need's orchestra will furnish the music aad a delightful time may be expected. The hour of da'ncfcsr :z 8.30. present. .The newly orgattizod.Young; Ladies' Bible-1 class that now has a member- ship'of twenty, will meet at the home- The members of the A. Y. P. A. QI Mrs. A. L. Fostsr tomorrow: tvin- St. Cyprian's church will enjoy a j t 8 to dect oflricerg for i sleigh nde tomorrow evening. The will meet. at the corner Courtland andilbe Coutts street at 7.50 promptly, and citJr >'oun5 ladles ln the attendong other Sabbmth after a couple of hours drive around I schools arc cordially invited to way money Is spent in a way not in-jfi jieniied in the estimates ana .it was impossible to estimate expendi- tures- in a young and growing city for twelve months ahead. Aid. speaking of the cler- ical work done jumped into the fel- low whoever he was who compiled the voters' list, which he characterized ai tnat he made it himself and with the grossly incorrect .Mr. Robinson said exception of one page left out it was correct. Aid. Bowman proceeded to the city thay will be entertained at the home of Mr. and 'Mrs. Fisher. M. L. Peck of tbe Palace Livery, will fur- nish two large sleighs, each Johnston's salary- had been raised from by horses, so. there will be ample room for everyone. The debate, Wo- men do Moro Toward the Furtherance of Missions than held in the Wesley League Room last proved a very successful one. Mrs. Owens and Miss G. Pro.use were most able exponents of their sex, nnd had their facts well arranged and backed up by verifying figures. Tbe nega- tive side. Mr. R. Cascadden and Mr. Shantz, produced a lot ot" data in sup- show that there were other errors such port of their argument, but while cit- in having both men and their wives instances both in ancient and mod property-owners left out, etc. em history to prove their side, yet tend this meeting and become a mem- ber of the class. Ulcers and Sores Cannot Resist Zam-Buk'i Power Healing An illustration of the way in -which Zam-Buk cures even the serious and chronic cases of ulcers, and sores is provided by Mr. R. H. Barker, of Gleacairn, Ont. He aays: "I would not have believed that any remedy co.uld cure so quickly, and at the same time so effectively, as Zam- Bulc cured me. "My face began to be covered with tailed to give conclusive statistics to nave ani, objection 'to the rates paid but to the way it was done. Secretary Robinson found out that tne changes had been made in Jcne last. increased asked Aid. Bowman. "I don't said Mr. Robinson. "You ought to. You sign the retorted Aid. Bowman. "You ougftt to know why the changes are made. Aid. Bowman and the others went through the list of salaries and found other changes made. Some had been authorized but others had not Aid. Bowman caM hr> no Ifle amount paid but he thought that tney should be authorized by the council by the adoption of the reports "Ofti tlie uraus of liic departments. Mr. Robinson could not see that he mould he held responsible for know- tng about the wages j We thoufht the foremcl lid each 'one. who make up the time sheets are responsible. Aid. bowman and Aid. Goode held that, all tae cheques should be checked un with be divided into more poilin? divisions. I The council is still in session the Herald goes to press. Tne matuder of the report wili appear in tomorrow's issue. do me'any good.' and the eruption got ed the the arf.nnailvc. vvorse and worse, until my face was ro- v Just covered with running soref. One of the most enjovable evenings fmm u in connection with St.' Cyprian's A. TV P IT. P. A., was spent at ths home face was such a tei" Harrison. Bruce St., last s'slu that T was not, fit to go 'out. This was my state when some CROUP ASTHMA COUGHS BRONCHITIS CATARRH CCLDS ing. The young people numbered i about thirty-live and the evening pass- led merrily in competitions, interspers me .to .try- Zam-Btik. I got a marvellous as it may tvr-y pjrs It is'.c- rriinircn. IxcVitt. AL1. DRUGGISTS TST TftroatTib- tmr ferfuted They sre ni Of yoar or from OB, 19c. la itimpi. ed with musical numbers. Two well-j sound, within little Under a month rendered rcello solos by Miss David-1 every sore on my face was healed I son delighted everyone. Delicious re-1 was'HO amafced Thave told the the happy band reluctantly staring my e.v- The next meeting of the society for-the benefit of other will be hold on Monday evening. .Tan- j 'erers-" 2Srd in St Cyprian's church, at! Zlir.-Biik is pcreiv; herbal in corn- Is frJaaT Mr. J. D. Higinbotham hns kindly j babies and young children, for whose j consented to give an illustrated lee-j tender skin coarse ointments are so ture on "Palestine.'' This will r.o'riaiwrous. is a sure cure for doubt be most interesting, and it gores, chapped hands, frost bite hoped may be enjoyed not only ny -blood.p0json. varicose piles. scalp sores, ringworm .inflamed patches, babies' eruptions and chap- perl plr.cos. cuts, burns, bruises and The social meeting of the Wurits generally. druggists church. Westminster Guild, was Sue box, or post- attended last evening ar.d it our of iur: tho regular attendants, bin by strangers who will be made most. WOJN come. i free from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, ;