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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta istiiiv, January THE LETHBR ID'GE DAILY HERALD Page The Industrial Sub-division Look into all classes of iiivestments. Investigate as'much ns you like. You will fail to find anything that i everything considered, as attractive a buy as FAIRMONT. Conic talk it over. F. C Lowes Co. North American Life Ajturanct London Guarantet and Accident Phoenix Co., Ltd., of London, Edmonton, LET H BRIDGE, High Riv-sr, Nanton, V AT LESS THAN MARKET PRICE 2 lots' west Bide Dlock 128, close to Courllaud St. ?420 Easy terms.- west side Block 129 running south from UNO; only VM each; 4 and 8 nios. 11. V. GIBBONS CO. 1191 Ott Block Lots within 300 ft. of tlio water main and sure to It in Uie spring. On the easy payment ByaLtm. This IB iho highest location iu the town ami coniuianda a splendid view of the city, Lou from to each. NORTH LEi'HBUIDGE HKALTY CO. WESTMINSTER ROAD. PHONE 536 CITY COUNCIL DEALT WITH SAIM INCREASES City Accountant Given a Raise-Gty Engineer's Application held Over-Laundries Must Move -A Cemetery Proposal--Complaints About Scavenging At. the yesterday' wisScli they tof tiiaa cost, Y.M.C.A. OFFICERS WERE SELECTED Annual Meeting Held- Financlal .Statements Presented Modern houses, all sizes and in all local- ities; easy'cash payments; long'term's. See us before buying. L. S. RIPLEY CO. PHONE 1034 OFFICE, MACOONALD BLOCK. ou motion vi AM, TjJic-y, tlie of not wore tUaa s.p- for ibe s exclusive of. the urer, the auditor and a? jiJIows for Mring ol the otiwr clerfc are beifig put ix-iter jbaisis, Wove Aid. and TiJley moved that] tie fry-jaw respectUig tie removal of froaa .ct-juin of the There .were mem-' of tbe. present' last night at lie first annual general meet lag ol tbe association alter the j'etiag last March. The W, S Gaibraub, pre- The "meeting was by a-hymn; from the j book and by prayer 07 T- S. The minutes were read' the- financial report was given by; C. G.. Jfo'urse, the treasurer, and loans. Money tew bargains in 'We want your farm on short notice. A section tracts THE 0. W. KERR CO. 0. T. Lathrop, Res. Manager not support the because lie grarral ir.TD to have rn ir. thr crrisioE 01 ths build- is c. Tbe thsnlcs oi the j to Hon W. A. j for tis siTorts in ion bill ihrouph i in jrtiir.j Thp. cnarsntcc o! in-d to an anonymous donor of i flag for builcir.g. MACLEAN COULDN'T GET A SECONDER Transfer Oft. Drtiyins promplly attended to Hay anti gfuin for quantity. Phone 636. Office Opposite Mclbodiat Church. Fifth Street Exteneicn about SSO.OOfl The Tirfl and f-cc-OTid -oxdlncs to pnt mctrftp in aH bviilflmgs ar.d to by-lRif to ciosft A portion- he though! tho money oouli- be -of ATP. RTtd aulhorirlEg the tv> n bettor purpose. However, If'ocmvf-j-xnoc of portions ro the anyone wanteo to use a metre heJAlbf'rta snd Irrigfttion Co. jvjr Thr.mssson- tnat ;he cosiM pm one In and city xvould joxcnRTigo for Unas. to -ccorV progressJEC vrry satisizc- sell him vater by motro. The large'the of r.'.xn of ;be properly consumers arc using thorn arid all j affect oil. iriformft- blockp aro roauircd to put Jbern In. [tion-tsoi on tbe third roAsinc There uit> pUoc-s iiSiil the old contracts w-jth the ci Otiavra, .Jan. F MicU'an's moiicn "that this house declares that steus should be taken at once to as- DON'T WANT COURT islacrorily The membership tros up TO 223. an.i of thr forty-ihrer -c-rrr alrcadr for AUCTION SALES Conducted on siliort notice. Sat- isfaction guaranteed, l.tvc stock and implements a spoclnlty, J.A. Smith. 4H Wood St.. l.olhbrldge. Alburtjj. lltiKiilar enlcs at J. C. Sale Hani. Wood St.. on Ihe second and fourth of each month. OUT IN THE COLD ONLY A SHIRT ON Fornic, Jan. Guvk r.nmrd D. Cikon, perhaps "2'2 or of was liiuwi wnndorinj: about, thr outskirts of the town on GIVES ORDER TO Ottavra, Jan. senators in t.hc Upper House yesterday; express ;ed thcmseh'ss" as opposed to the.Ior- mation of Divorce Courts. Senator certain the rights of the government Power in speaking on a motioil -in forcinc the C.P.K. to a reduced tar rcturns rc3pecting divorce, introduced in because oi s. provision m tnat re- subiect._ He heid that the corn- card contained in an set oi, par ha- 11 parativcly smalL numbcr 0{ divorces' raent ratifying the agreement with -n ca_nada was duc to the {act thaf: thai company or any other act" occu- I pcople to cpmc to parHamenfto pied the greater part of the attention j them.: This gave opportunity for of the members of the House of Conv j ihcir sccond th hts to CQmc .nion, resterday As he could get no jiato ilar views to Senator Power, and said sccondcrf the motion vrhich was ihc nature of an amendment, to a R All WiY I A proposal tc dismiss thr city en- go into supply, did not go to 'gir.ccT at Chatham failed, and thr en- Mr MacLcsn spoke for gjnecr has brtT; rrappointcd Mayor Y.QV.T advocating his moticn. Bracken alleges rhr aldorrnrn in cau- had consented to ;he LEGISLATURE WESTERN HIDE AND JUWKCO, HiRiioat marlret prices paid for hides, furs and junk. We also buy and soil all kinds of second-hand furniture, ladies' and gems' furnishings, jewel- ry and musical instruments. Office and WareMnuse 320 Crabb Hsrald office Phcnc P.O.Box 2013 Lethbridgc, AKa. noglna, Jan. largo number of members hnvc reached the dry to tend the reassembling of the logisla- ascertalnert. at present, the session will not be ol special interrs: apart from two chief government bills. It Is likely thai recent by the Dominion govcrumont of thro? j private measures passed by the lure 5n 1309 will, be the subject ol some discussion at an early Wir.r.iprcT Jan. Mcdwcll, a dining rai ronoucior on C.P.R.. Monday morning and taKrn in in thr tjatJ5room o{ i-r the police. He was s-.jfiorinc from his hor.rdinj Graham frost hitos and was sent to tV.r citv 3ria it sunposcd he was ckc-jT doffctjve wired licht. ha? ordered inquest SCHOOL INSPECTORS TRANSFERRED hv 3 hospital ycstrrday evening, and a .short time lalrr it was found that he had jumped from the bath room win- InSlls dow and was asjain exposed to i and the city electrician to rold weaturr. this with nothinc on except n night shirt and a pair of slippers. localnl ;U tho coko ovms with tho shirt still doing duty, but one of his slippers hafi lost in his flipht invcsticato the wirinc at ihe housr. Tho council will procxcn to pfiss a After n lon.c chasr. ho was ,hf Winnipeg Eiwtric Railway Co. to operate an sll nihht sprvirr and a full scrvior on Sundays. It is also proposed to build a tunnel from thr hospital. HP was taken back, and his injuries brine slight, he route across town, lo relieve the con- wii! soon UP rcadv for his discharge. :gestion of traffic on central city lines. A sbift in school inspectors has- been made by the rf.cnt ol Education. Mr. Sau- 50u. principal oT .Medirire fist scnools. hr.s bctii appointed at. River. Jos. tuas and formerly of Lerb- Mlrtge. been transferred lo Uic Jiaclood inspectorate, J. W. r.rown. who becomes inspector for tse Med- icine Hat district. i Hon G. P Grsham, minister ol j railways, maintained thsl the question was or.e foi tnr. Railway Commission and not for the. members of the House oi Commons to to deride- R L- Borden, leader of the Opposition, held the views. Hon. H R. Emmerson, former minis- ter of railways, did not agree vrith the motion, but commended MacLean for his efforts along this line. that divorce should not be made easy Tor either rich or poor, but Senator Ross thought that the Sen- ate Divorce Committee, was the rich man's court, ana that it should be made possible, for poor people to get divorces. THE HAYLESS NORTH Kingston, Jan. grown on Wolfe Jsiand. in the Si, Lawrence riv- er, is being shipped from hero, via C. K R-, in train loads for Edmonton, Al- berta, and other polars. STRIKE AT FARMERS Jan. at the Keel- t J. S. DENNIS TALKS "IN LONDON London, Jan. S. Dennis. C. P. ey Mine have gone on strike. A cut J. K. land commissioner in Alberta, wages has been made, according to -i. iivereti today at the Cannon street received here, and tciaera arR J. tel, a most interppting ?eciure on the1 warned not to go to Silver Centre. development of Western Canada. Anj audience of 500 persons was present.j A general labor strike in tlie spring and Lord Desborongh presided. Us rumored at Kingston. ;