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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE -mELETHBRIDGC HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, INI. HUDSON'S BAY CD'S Midsummer Sale NOW ON, IN OFDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR, j FALL GOODS Out of town customers can take advantage of this sale, as we take special pains to fill every mail order minutely and promptly. If you cannot call write Good souml old Potatoes, picked over, to clear at. pi-r 100 LADSES' WHITE LAWN SHIRT WAISTS Tsua! and Si.50. Sale price... Regular and For, each.. Regular and sO.OO. For, each... Silk and Fillstt Net Waists, in ecru and 25 per cent, discount.___________' NEW GOODS AT A SACRIFICE Linen Tailored Shirt Waist new goods-. But the shipment was delayed in transit. Hence our loss and your grain. values. To be cleared at, each LADIES' BELTS IN AND LEATHER 60c and 75c values for.................25c goods for .......................50e SI.25 values for.......................75C LADIES' NIGHT DRESSES In slip-over style, trimmed with fine em- broidery and Regular S1..50 Regular for...................St-W Ttegular and UNDERSKIRTS Regular SI.25 and for..........95c Regular and i.'cgulai 82 50 an if? 00 for..... CORSET COVERS Trimmed vrith embroidery and val i-.iire Regular 40c and oOc for................39c Regular 65c and 75c for ...............50C Regular 90c and for .............75c Regular and MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S WHITE LAWN DRESSES Pin. tucks. Embroidery. A good va- Regular Regular MISSES' COLORED DRESSES In Regular and Children's Aprons and Night Dresses at a big sacrifice during the sale. A large assortment of Lingeree Bonnets and Hats for children. Prices range from 50c to each with a discount of 20 per cent. off during the Two Weeks' Sale.__________ CORSETS A large shipment just arrived. The big- gest display ever in Lethbridge. Long hip. Latest Style. At. 8. C. CORSET SALE Medium high busts, extra long hips, with hose supporters, well Regular for ....................90c Regular Sale price, MEN'S TWEED AND SERCE SUITS Regular Regular S1S.OO for Regular for BOYS' WASH SUITS In blue and white Regular and Equally big values in Boots and Shoes for Men. Ladies and Children HOT IN MANY CIVIC PROBLEMS DISCUSSED AT THE HAT (Continued from First Page.) Style in the BOULEVARD CASTLE (or 50c. not uPpear in exactly the same as tbe (delinquency act will give him the j the broadest gonerul power. The j chance when the committees carry it charters of tho citie-s too cumber- 'out, j i.vcmio and complicated. Tho adoption Aid. McMillan of Vancouver in mov j jof the Board such as in Ontario] ing that the report be incorporated j !would wuvhk1 the city t.o discard their 'in tho minutes sukl that it was the i cumbersome charters, retaining beginning uf a groat work. The work; i oral powers. is to go further -back to prevent, chil- i Aid. Elliott of Gall said that it from becoming delinquents j 'was a thing to give Quoted the work boing done in New j any Board the powers that ought to jXealunU. Childivn iu unfortunate ivsi with thv poople. Union ex- jcurcumstances are placed in good j ists to protect the municipalities but j homes aiKl they are given the higher I si i-mieavors to place the munici- j and influences of life and char- I palities under the heel of a political i after. I partv or un irresponsible commission..! 'Mayor Patterson of Gait, in second it is" iintruis in its principles. He said >i? the? motion expressed similar sen- Ottawa by taking the action it j timents. had to save had sold birthright for a moss of pottage. .Mayor Koury of N'ow AVestniinsu'r- siatixl that their city charter had become so unworkable that they are 10 lx> allowe-d to throw up their charter and come under the Made iu Birlln by At 2 for 25c. you can buy this sbape in Elk Brand, earned "NEWPORT." 108 SOPHY OF KRAVONIA By Anthony Hope Author Of "The Prisoner Of Ze'nda" some of us have a bit of spirit left and so Master Serjjius shall same terms as the bylaws submitted but the cities were not obliged to sign the contracts. He did not believe in voting a coivdenmu- We.stern Municipal Development J. X. Bayne. doi'iity municipal com j uon on their own actions or playing missioner of Saskatchewan gave a i into the hands 01 the enemy. Tor- very interesting on Western onto was forced to pay SS5 per horse Municipal Development. The iatro-i power for electricity while Hamilton diu-tory part of the papor was it for It was a hold-up ic-al. tracing the formation of a muni- Umd ihe hydro-electric scheme was a elause oT the municipal act of the pro jcipal system in Saskatchewan which cheap power scheme for the benefit of was accomplished a short time ago. ;the people. commandant had best return to the city tonight as early as tbe king will allow." "An admirable devotion to duty, __________ sir answered the general gravely and ne wcnt oa. He put out a great hand without any effort to dissuade the1 zealous prince. But even in this city there was one spot of gloom, ono place where sullen rancor had not been ousted by malic- ious merriment The first company of his majesty's guards was con- fined to its bar- j racks in the square of St vince. Aid. Michael by or- der of the com- mandant of Slavna. This by reason ol high military misdemeanors slack ness McGtiio with tho A municipal department was estab-; Aid. Ferguson told Aid. McGhie Gait alderman as he thought the com ished last fall, and included all mun- that he did not know what he was misMOn is the best to get poli- and local improvement dis- j talking about when he said that hun- tici out of the municipal business, jtrk-ts. Inspectors arc being appoint- j dreds of municipalities had signed The allow money bylaws is led and a practical uniform system oi contracts as. so .far, only thirteen exercised only in extreme cases. They j accounting is adopted. had done so. The commissioners had can deal with such cases even better than 'Jie people themselves. It is a. matter of fact that it would bet- ter if the councils could spend money Captain Mtetitch rap- when on and riotiBg and drunkenness when on leave. Nor were on either side and caught Sterkoffi and Rastatz by their wrists. "We're fellows to show he cried. Sterkoff seemed no bad choice for bach nn wiry, active fel- low, with a determined, if disagreeable, face and a nasty squint in his right eye. But Rastatz. with his slim fig- ure, weak mouth and high laugh, prom- ised no great help. Yet in him fear of Mistitch might overcome all other fear. "Yes, we three '11 show him! And rose TO his feet dragging the pair up with him-'Tor a song and bottle at the Golden Rastatz gasped. Even Sterkoff start- ed. Markart laughed. It could nothing more than a mad joke. Cash- iering was the least punishment which would await the act "Yes. we three He re- leased them for a moment and caught "May I go and see them and cheer them up a bit, sir, instead of coming ...-------_, -with you to the asked good Tie then dealt with the evolution of stated that" if all did not sign it Markart of General Stenovics. dilTeront municipal organizations, jit would have to back to the -people, j Cities were first considered. the officers any better than the men. up sword and cap. Then he seized Rastatz's wrist again and squeezed it savagely. "Come out of your trap with you he growled in savagt j amusement at the young man's fright- "If his royal highness gives you ened face. In elec- iCalt and Hamilton had refused to leave, agreed the general, i ctortnfT jrnined couraze. "I'm with tions plumpinir is forbidden. Busi- j si-srn but instead of soing to the Peo- The commandant liked Markart "Yes without submitting it to the people, j nesses are taxed according to the line j they are trying to force- thorn to The votes are absolutely ridiculous of business and tho floor space. T-h? i sign. when ton percent the voters vote maximum except for banks is ?S per; Aid. McMillan of Vancouver con- I for the whole electorate. If the com- square foot assessment, thc limit on j tended that it was the duty of the i mission would give absolute power i the latter is ?15. The police com- j duty of the union to protect munici- without submitting to the people Markart found the imprisoned officers after their dinner. The men themselves to fate and to bed. Markart delivered his I lit. 1ft i lie1 j.MJi win VJi f- LU UCU. u T missi oners may by resolution remove palities against corporations but a.1- j message with his usual urbane sim- would be a good thing. The councils iany of its members. All officials, jso against commissions, provincial 1 plicity. Lieutenant Rastatz giggled nn- shoulci tro to the municipal commis- whether etecte-d or appointed are re- j governments and even sion instead. There are e-ases where .quired to give annual statement at a. i government if need be. the sentiments of the people should j public meeting. tion was referred to towns, the resolution be secured hut with absolute necessi- AVith reganl to the ties-it is ridiculous. Tt will soon be j Bayne said that villages of four hun- in all provinces that a municipal ;dred people can bo made towns. board will have power to deal with i The mayor .and six councillors are the voting of money for necessary im- 'the governing body. Every three provements. months a deputy mayor is elected. Mayor Jamu-son of Calgary Monthly reports are required. Power thought they should keep in mind the To orecfc Bating and curling two bodies, "the commission 'inks. They have no power to bonus ;to settle matters among jties and a civic commission, elected appointed in the several palities. i He thought wu .should be very cau- itious in giving power to commis- jsions to said-die debts, and expendi- i tures upon the ratepayers of any mu- jnicipality. j Mayor Hopewell pointed out that 'the commission cannot have greater j power.than the legislature appointing itheni. Any municipality and nearly jail have -done so. can go to the leg- jislature and get power to pass by- i laws without submitting them to the people. The members oi the legisla- ture are not municipal experts as the commission is. Patterson of char- lui Mistitch rapped i___and brought his great fist down committee. Qn evening Isn't fin- Railways and Settlers j jshefl he said. "But for this Mavor Jamieson of Calgary j cursed fellow I should have been din- in a resolution, seconded by ing with Vera at the Hotel de Paris to Aid. Mclnnis of Edmonton that rail- wavs securing any aid of any kind from either provincial or federal go- vernments be obliged to build under Sterkoff gained courage, you, be cried. "I'm for to- devil take tomorrow morn- "You're all said Markart despairing resignation. "We'll be drunker before the night's out" snarled Mistitch. "and if I meet that fellow when I'm drank, God help He laughed loudly. "Thenthere might be a chance for young AJeilfl, after The words alarmed Markart Young Count Alexis was the king's son by Countess Bllenburg. A chance for young AJeris! "For heaven's sake, go to be implored. f Mistitch turned to him. "1 donl AiloLllA-U tv Whereupon condolences were offered i waat to quarrel with anybody In SlaT ftl Ko __-.. T ITIAfkl i such conditions as to toe to the best to their captain by his subalterns, who. in fact held him in no small degree of fear. He-was a huge fellow, six feet three and broad as u door. A great They have power to estab- j intel.osts ot- the people especially with bruiser and a due! 1st of fame. Hisnick- I regard to incoming settlers. Mayor aame was Hercules His florid face i. v Tirt-rr- TTrith hnf nun LLCUU1LIJC4 spoke of the lish temporary fuel yards. All munici- Ventures must be registered. Village gox-ernment was briefly 'df-al.t with. A village consisted of not less than fifteen residences on two sections of land according to the act of 1905. In 1903 another act canze in force giving a better form of 'ffov- erarnent. Jamieson I case of the J Edmonton to the Yellowhead Pass. iThe G.T.P. has built the line across a muskeg and swampy country to the ipass, a distance of about 180 miles. Fifteen miles north was a good agri- It must have a population j culcural country and easy railroad- 'Are we "Come, come, it's only for one even- pleaded Markart "One quiet evening won't hurt even Captain Her- cules I" The subalterns backed him with a fifty in a section of land, government is done by a i three councilmen. The trv tlU-U UtLa v i d-j-ii- j x R. when ,Dmldin, to laugh, but Mistitch would have none of n, drmkm I Rural organizations were next dis- cussed. They are not allowed to bor i i row heavily. j The subject of Western Municipal '.hundred feet north of the G.T.P. The I or Cousins of Medicine Hat. There is no body in whose hands a master can be worse attended to than by a. ry of borrowing money without the i municipal council. From across the square c r R is now building its line paral- i sound of music and singing lfil .o (.hfc c X.R. and G.T.P. and j from Golden Lion. Again Mistitch only a hundred feet north of the for- j banged the table. mer There were these three lines "Listen he said. "That's development continued by ex-May j withm hundred feet. He did not pleasant hearing while were shut tip fft-r to the settler or tne j lie rats in a trap and nil Slavua laugh- na tonight unless I meet one man. But you can't stop me. Markart and you'll only do mischief by trying. Now. my They were with him, Sterkoff with a gleam la his squinting eye. a forced, "Come out of easy giggle and shaking your trap knees. Mistitch clappeJ with me, them on the back. you rat r "Another bottle and we'll all be he cried, kart you go home to your Though given in no friendly way, this advice was wise beneath its meta- phor. But Markart did not at obey it He had no more authority than power to interfere. Mistitcb wai his senior officer, and he had no Men are elected country. mously. The motion passed unani- ing at jand Saskatoon for the convention del j ;egates to visit these places. Xo ar- were made regarding WEATHER SPECIALTIES ALES, LAGER, etc. Lethbridge .bottles and keg. (Prices same as brewery.) beer tlnU made Milwaukee famous.) original St. Louis beer.) Drewery's Winnipeg Ales and splendid condition. Basses great tonic and appetizer.) Guinesses Dublin Extra XXX world's best.) Cordon's Dry and Sloe Gin. Blackberry Brandy, Liquor and Cordial- Invaluable for summer sickness. Phone 31. Ask for Wine Dept. HUDSON'S BAY CO, Alberta Lethbridge Hearty of thanks were pass- led to Lieutenant-governor Bulyea. --------j jnvi.tations were received from TL.eth consent of the people. He opposed i by influence rather than their fitness ;bridiref Edmonton, New Westminster. Slaving the municipalities in leading i ,-or position. Good men are hard strings. Only by the exercise of mu- j lo to gO on council and men nicipal power can they come to the axes to grind -get on. He re- full stature oi municipal manhood. iG a jjapor by H. Caetz of Red Messrs. Chisholm and Ward .were .lt tnc Alberta Convention in for their papers. which a plan was outlined tc Juvenile Delinquents j come this difficulty. attcnded all the sessions, to the The most popular ad-dress of the As to municipal accounting, he said of Medicine Hat, to the people j convention was that delivered by W. thai accounts in Alberta j of Fort William, Port Arthur. Win- j P the Dominion govern- ties were as a rule poorly kept as the Resina, to the ladies of j ment Parole officer. a'c noc accountants. He Mofljcine attd to lhc press. i It is humiliating to admit, he said. thought that city officials should at- that after so manj- centuries of :hris-j conventions to get ideas along: tianity that society is still beseigcd these lines. by -delinquents.' It must continue to -fnwrna.iionai Municipal Congress j be so however, for criminality will W. D. Lighthall, K. C., of West- j continue to exist. The object of the j mount, honorary secretary of the Un- law to cure the criminal and to Jon gave an address on the formation prevent the youth from becoming a of International Municipal Congress j criminal. The main object is to pro- jand an internat-ional b'ureau of muni- j tect society and to teach that law- i cipal information, breaking is painful. It does not do to THE LETHSRIDGE rAIR rs oi the Lethbridge and j Atrriculturpl Society are sparing" neither trouble nor expense in making the fair of 1909'bigger and bet- tor than ever. This year upwards cf The municipal i councils and unions of various coun- Special attractions are make .Tenders i trios have carried out plans and ex- engaged. Prof. Khol will make a th'nk that their offence" a i periments of which other municipal thrilling balloon ascension each day think that then offence is one _ i parashute drop of becoming better citizens. Crimin- in Belgium. The formation of a als are the results of n-- reau in connection with it has been ?oats and for the tamed gyin-, M The object of juvenile dolir.- approved of by many eminent author- j nas.ts and acrobats who will perfonn legislation is to keep 'chil- He asked the Convention for i each day immediately in front of the 1 m-onrl TllP "Will be lUI-i an expression of opinion. Aid. ilcMillan of Vancouver and nisheu by the Lethbridge Citizens' .Afayor Hopewell of Ottawa Band, a uniformed band of 45 pieces the motion, be carried approving the- which was a prize winner in the band dren out of penitentiaries, and to turn them to the ways of rectitude, ilany of the provinces have a- .-taly upon this work of curing- de- bv the probation method to Wea and intrusting the n-w execuli.'c competition at the Winnipeg Exposi- kecp thorn from associating with cri- i to take the necessary stete. tion this year. .The Indian nrinal-s. Municipalities like Hull, Troubles in and pow wow will again be a icature. la action inals Municipalities like Hull, Troubles in and pow wow will again be a icaLure. .wa and others are taking similar Mayor Patterson of Gait by hring- j Lethbridge fair is recogniwd as the ;tion. ing on a resolution by which the Un- best place in America today to wit- Hc cited some of thc excellent re- J ion would place itself in opposition j an Indian display in the old- suits attained in Manitoba and other j to any move to place any burden of j time war paint and feathers. Good places. taxation on a municipality without i horse racing is assured, the generous JCnvironment must be considered, the consent of the ratepayers, brought purses hung up being an incentive i ho'aifjs of the delinquents .being re- on thc hottest debate of the conven- 'for the presence of the host race hor- Isponsible for their delinquency and tion. He used the motion as a basis JPS in tho West. There will be splen- crimes against society. The jot" explanation of the fight between did displays of draft, thoroughbred, hovels must be done away with and j his town and the Hydro-Electric Com j and standard bred horses and pure __i_ -...i over the cheap power cattle, sheep and sivine as criminality. It is better to spend the a sum of money on these than on beautiful avenues and streets. There in these speeches an attack on the because of their j bfll] games will be also la- of contract. Aid. McG-hie saw j crosse games. ,jeivcs_ Come and enjoy your- Lethbridge welcomes you ,is nothing of crime either natal or-Ontario Government and its commis-; gee an upto_date city. See the eighth j acquired, in youth that may not be ision and in a lengthy speech under- i of the world" the gigantic rail- i T.TA A I removed or overcome. i took to defend them. He stated The parole system has Iwen in force thst those who were signing the way bridge OVM a ong and The parole system has rwen m torcc trust tnose wno were signing tne comc enjoy tho hos- for ten .years and is now an establish j tition to the Dominion government to o{ thc citizens of ort fact and has proved its usefulness, -have the act invalidated were con- Have "a good time It is you. Twenty-five hundred people have been nec.tod with other power and trust j _; t 'Twenty-five hundred people have been j released from Canadian penitentiaries companlios. This was hotly Ask the Angus? released from Canadian penitentiaries companies. This was hotly nt RomemDor and only fifty-four of them have re-j-by Mayor Patterson who sairl A tunial to crime. That is what has hundrefl honest citizens of Gnlt hart been accomplished with tho adult cri-j signed that, petition. Aid. McGhie j fn t jminals. The record with juvenile haste to withdraw thc state-j "r T _ will be much more credit-i mont ns far n.9 Gait was J' 1 need only one ITo admitted thai the contracts and District nhle. Manv men chance lo make good. The juvenile not appear exactly. the Society, Lethbridge. Alta. 10QO-HEN, WOMEN 500 HEAD Or HORSES 100 RARE WILD ANIMALS ACRES OF TENTS SEATING CAPACITY HUGE SPECT1CUL4R THEiTORUM 20 CONTORTIONISTS 20 TUMBLERS 40 ATHLETES 40 GYMNASTS CLOWNS 41 1 EQUESTRIANS 20 EQUESTRIENNES 20 AERIALJSTS 30 LEAPERS20 Rare and Complete Zoological Collection, ETUT Vnowx reprcwnlativc of the Anoial World.( wd ihdr Youog of every funOr. ''Tho KiEhsstSaJsrledand Most Accomplish- ed of Europe and America in Feats of Daring. Skill, Agility and Cisco. Oer a Quarter of a Century of Contir.iwos Success. No other show in tho world can truthfully claim this proud distinction. EVERY ACT IS A FEATURE, THE EDUCATED DENI- ZENS OF FOREST. MOUNTAIN AND PLAIN. Man's lority over ths Brtte Creation wonderfully, but beautlfullr Dcraon- Professional Ranks of Performers of this country and Eu- TOSC culled, and only tha very best selected. No other show has as many Mich Sslarlod Feature Artists under ____________ contract as this. Finest Stable of Blue Ribbon Horses ever assembled Tents of Thorouthbred Horse; for Inspection at all tlnws. Equine Exhibition. School Menage of MAGNITUDE, MERIT ANC) MODERNISM, United for Educating and Entertain! np. STUPENDOUS. GLITTERING CTRFFT PARIDE Growls' MODERN KALEIDESCOPIC W I ntt 1 jXOUNWa S-CLOCK AND PASS THROUGH THE PRINCIPLE STREETS. L M'le In Le-ieth and brilliant In splendor. This should bs icen whathor the awT or not. Immediately after the parado and at 6.00 p. rn. Is to bo seen THE THRILLIM8 FREE OUTSIDE EXHIBITIOI On the Show Grounds, sf-'ji Ktu O'Ziti Immediately aFter the Parade is the Ihnlling FREE OUTSIDE en Ik show THE BIG CIRCUS COMING Lethbridge, Friday, Aug. 6th ;