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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta TheLcthbridgeDaily Herald, Friday, June 3, 1010. Pagc7 BANKERS FAVOR HAVING HOUSE Report To Board Of Trade League Of Empire Approved Of City From Explosives Liime shoulder is almost invariably caused by rheumatism of the muscles and yields quickly to the free applica- tion of .Chamberlain's Liniment. This liniment is not prompt and ef- fectual, but in no way disagreeable to use. Sokl by all druggists. NEWFOUNDLAND'S REPRESENTATIVE At the Hague At the hoard of trade luncheon yes- terday afternoon A. Tilley brought up the matter of the armory building and on the motion of the vice presi- dent the secretary was instructed to write the militia department, C, A. Magrath, M.P., and Senator DeVeber urging that its erection be delayed no longer. A letter was received from the dep- uty minister of public works at Ed- monton in reply to'a letter from the the board stating that an agreement had been made w th the- C.P.R. for the taking over by the department of the Six-Mile Coulee bridge, and that it was extremely unlikely that the parties who had bought the St. Mary's bridges tear it down also. No Danger A letter was received from P. L. Naismith, general manager of the A. R. I. Co., stating that he did not consider there was any possible dan- ger to the city from the companyjs powder house north of the tracks. There was never more than a carload of explosives stored there at any one time, while at any time almost, there is just as great a quantity on cars on the railroad. For the in- formation of the board, however, be stated that .the A. R. 1. Co. was considering the erection of a new powder house which would be some considerable distance outside the city limits. Manager's Favor Clearing House President Nourse presented a memo signed by all the bank managers in the city favoring the establishment of a clearing IIQUSC here, and on his sug- gestion a motion was passed request- ing the manager of the oldest bank in the city, the Union Bank, to call a meeting of the managers of 'the different banks for the purpose of or- ganizing a clearing 'house. Secretary on Leave of Absence Secretary McNicol was granted one nonth's leave of absence to go east on business for the board and the Ag- ricultural Society. While away he will attend the convention of Western. Boards of Trade at Brandon. E. M. Thomasson, secretary Y.M.C.A., will attend to his clerical work during his absence. Sewerage Disposal A letter was received from E. A. Cunningham calling the board's at- tention to the numbers of cases of typhoid occurring in towns befcw Lethbridge, owing to the contamina- tion of the Belly river by Leth- bridge's sewerage disposal. A letter was also received from City Engineer Arnold on the same matter. He stat- ed that the city'have to have sceptic tanks and disposal works in by the of the year, and that on the ad- vice of the provincial sanitary au- thorities they were awaiting the re- sult of tests of an experimental plant The: lunch that made tile-Yemlome famous is a boon that business men will O .L preciate. Though the price is low, the food and services are first- class. Is varied and seasonably s e r v e.'.d from 12 to 2 and 6 to 7.30. The Vciulome is 'situated oil Burdett St., near the 0. P. E. depot. G. STAPLES, Prop. being put in by Sanitary Inspector Owens, at Edmonton. League of Empire Supt.'. W. A. Hamilton, of city schools, who attended at the request, of the board, explained the objects of the League of Empire, the general secretary ol which, Mrs, Orde Mar- shall, oi London, Eug., was in the city recently. The object of the league was two- fold. First, it was educational. At a conference held in London, three years ago at which ex-Premier Rutherford attended as a delegate from Alberta, it was decided to en- courage the interchange of corres- pondence between school children in. all parts of the British Empire, by which the children in one part would become interested in and obtain con- iderable knowledge of other parts. The other side of the organization was the encouraging of immigration to this country of boys just.leaving the schools of other parts. Mrs. Marshall had come to Canada to study conditions and it was believed that if organizations could be formed in the various provinces to handle this end of it, matters would be fa- cilitated. .-proposed to organ- ize committees consisting of eight men at Calgary, Edmonton and Leth- b ridge in Alberta and pro- vincial committee of three1, from each city. After some discussion a motion vas moved by seconded by C. F. P. Conybeare, K.C., endors ng the work and objects of the league and appointing Mr. Hamilton chair- man of the Lethb ridge committee and i authorizing him. to select the other I members. There were present: President C. G-. K. Nourse, Vice President E. U. Rylands, A. Tilley, F. Sick, G. M. Hatch, T. S. McKchzie, A. 'B. Staf- ford, ,A. H. McKeown, and W. A. Hamilton. displ ay our order to get more room to nave re- moved to the McNabb Block, one door south of our old stand We will Kere maintain our reputation for Low Prices Meltzer Furniture Co. i McNabb Block Opposite Eureka F. GERMAN'S Great Closing Out Sale Success Has Crowned Our Every Effort You can shout from the house-tops, and proclaim your Shoes, your Prices, your Savings, to the people with a megaphone But The Loudest Note of Them All is in Performances, Doing the Thing, Making If You Like Now is the time to make your slender roll do the work of a big fat For To-morrow, Saturday, we have specially planned to make it the Working-Man's Day. The Mechanic, the Miner and the Railroad Man should make straight for German's to-morrow and we will give you the Best Shoes and the Lowest Prices that brains, money and experience ever placed before the buying public. Most Complete Line of Mechanics and Engineers Smocks and Overalls in the city at Manufacturer's Prices An immense range of Gloves i Driving Gloves, Gloves for the Railroad Man and all kinds of Working Gloves, at Prices Heretofore Unheard Of CLOSING OUT THE GERMAN STOCK Next to The Imperial Bank Round Street CITY ACCEPTS OVERHEAD BRIDGE PROPOSITION Will Pay Half the Cost--Rjulways Other Half-Spur Track To Industrial On the Square At the special meeting of the city council yesterday afternooa it was decided to accept the agreement of- fered by the C.P.R. for the construc- tion of the overhead bridge across the tracks at Coutts street along the lines arrived at on May 24th, when Supt. Taylor went over the ground with Mayor Adams and some of the aldermen, whereby the city will half the cost and the railroads hall. A letter was received from Supt. Taylor putting the matter in writing and plans of the proposed structure were submitted. The a three span bridge, the span's being ISO feet, 150 feet and 135 feet re- spectively from the Baroness road end and the remainder of 'the' eleven hun- dred feet being m.ade up of steel ap- proaches. The bridge will be 28 feet wide. The city will bear the cost of maintenance. Aid. Frayne thought that the railroads should be askod to pay half of the latter, but Aid. Sage and others thought that the mayor had arranged splendidly, and that the city could not ask for more. The C.P.R. will have the work car- ried out and agree to .have it com- pleted by November of this year. A communication was also .received irom Supt.-Taylor regarding the con- struction of a spur track to the city's industrial sites, paralleling its main line and asking permission from the city to cross Westminster road with it. It'was pointed out that a track had Jo be constructed from the west side'of Westminster Road in order to obviate the necessity of train orders having to be issued every time an engine went out to the sites. Aid. Frayne brought up the point that if the track was to be used as a stor- age track for cars it would render the Westminster track more danger- ous by shutting dut the main line from, the view of people about to cross and the motioi giving the per- mission read: "That the C.P.R. be granted permission to place a second track across Westminster road paral- lel to the main line the same to be used as a spur to the industrial sites and not as a storage track." Supt. Price wrote in reply to the city's request that crossings be op- ened rtp at.the road allowances east of the city between Westminster road and the sto'ck yards, and stated that he had given orders for them to be opened at once. I Frederick W. Brown wrote asking the council's permission for the use of the north half of the Galfc square during the week commencing "June 20 for a carnival on the same basis as last'year. He made the request ia view of the council's decision, not to cut the square up until Aug. 31st, and offered to deposit a forfeit that the square would be properly cleaned up. On the suggestion of Aid. Hatch that as -the population of the city had just about doubled since last year the license should be doubled, and on motion of Aid. Sage, the request was granted and the license fixed at per week (it was last exclusive of light and water. Aid. Sage and King were very much incensed at what they considered the arbitrary action of C. E. Browcr in constructing a wooden shanty be- tween his tailor shop and the store of the city bakery on the property on Ford street adjoining the city build-_._- ing, without obtaining a building per- mit. After some discussion a motion, was passed instructing the building- inspector to ascertain by whose au- thority "the space between the two buildings in this block" has been roofed in and a door put in, and whether the city's building or fire by- laws had been contravened and if they had to order the structure down at once. There were present at the meeting, Mayor Adams, Aldermen "Bowman, King, Hatch, Frayne and Sage. BUDGET OF NEWS FROM MACLEOD Macleod, June Macleod, of Lethbridge, who last winter conduct- the Maple Leaf Moving Picture Theatre here, is in town to-day and j has succeeded in again leasing the town hall and will start his moving; picture show on Monday. When here before Mr. Macleod made many Mends and had the name oi showing an ex- cellent line ol films. He intends this time to show several new ideas in the picture line, and no doubt will receive the patronage which he de- serves. What might have resulted ia a bad lire, happened at the back of the Bank of British North America building here about half past twelve to-day. The fire started ia a pile of packing boxes and old lumber, and before noticed had charred nearly the pile. When noticed the fire was speedily extinguished by some workmen from a nearby building, and the fire brigade were not called. The cause of the fire is unknown. M. McKenzie, M.P.P., had his new Packard Touring Car out for the first time to-day. This is the latest of Mr. McKenzic's four auto- an automobile yesterday for Oares- holrn to attend the baseball game. When near Granum hit some obstacle, which put it out of busi- out and walk. Being bound to get to Claresholm the party footed it to Granum and hired a team and to Claresholm only to be too late to sec the game. A game of football has been an.ig- ed to be played between the Macleod Caledonians and the Cowley I next Saturday. Macleod has a strong team this season, and it is their in- tention to have a good football year. Arrangements have been made to get matches between Hitlhurst and Cal- gary Gallics. A daace is being given by the young men of the town on Friday ever ing next in the city hall. on which the Macleod Caledonian So- ciety will hold their annual celebra- tion. The programme of sports, etc., has already been arranges, and con- tains many good events, including a Grand Indian Parade and Pow Wow, which is being looked forward to as W. A. Day, of the Whitehall Gro- cery, and A. P. Van Someran, man- ager oi the Unionr Bank here, have been selected as delegates to attend the convention of the Canadian Or- der of Foresters to be held in Mont- real during the latter part of June. Mr. Van Someran will leave for there this week, and Aid. Day, a week la- ter. The case of Lafontaine, charged with incest was heard to-day in the supreme court here by Justice Har-. vey. The accused was found but was remanded till the end oi the'; court. Wm. Campbell acted for the crown for sentence, and E. P. Mc- Neil! for the defendant. The case of Rex. vs Robertson, charged with altering a forged cheque, is being heard to-day. Supt. P. C. H. Primrose, officer commanding of the "D" division of the R.N.W.M. Police here, secured a three months' leave of absence, and will leave on a visit to Nova Scotia in the near future. Supt. Constan- tino, of Maple Creek, will relieve him. mobiles. It is a large seven passen- i the best ever held in this district, ger car, and is one of the finest in Alberta, if r.ot in Western Canada. The farmers in this district report that they need rain very badly, and if tliey do not get it wiUno. a week the crops will be injured. To-night darkened tip for a rain storm, but the wind is blowing it off. The foundations are being laid for six more new stalls to be added to the C.P.R. roundhouse here. When these are completed the roundhouse j here will have twelve stalls altogeth- er. Macleod, June B, Reed, of j the Pioneer ranch here, left to-day for Seattle to visit his parents. Mr. Reed will be away for a period of two weeks. A party of young men Icf-i lo.vn in OflfTES mention thai name next time you rickey that just right. thai dry tang to it fine! Order VC GATES th3 original Plymouth A WEALTHY WOMAN ;