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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald 'Volume III.- Letkbridge, AlbertiO. Tuesday, June Number 140. DELEGATES ARE ELECTED Two Lethbridge Men Chosen Local Option in Eight Districts-Rev. Farrell (Special to the Red Deer, June 0. The Alberta Methodist ..Conference'this afternoon elected representatives to the Gener- al conference'al Victoria in Septem- ber as follows Ministers1. Rev. A. R. Aldridgc, president of conference i; Dr. Riddcll, Alberta Col- lego, Edmonton ;'Rev. C. H. Mueslis, "Red Deer Rev. G. W. Kerby, Cal- Rev. T. C. nuchanan, Supt. of Missions, Calgary Rev. T. P. I Perry, Lethbridge; Rev. .J. M. Har- lrison, Macleod Rev. A. Barner, lo vice'-will ibn the "Nth inst. He is visiting the surrounding settlements and from present indications the total number kiecessary to make a Jlron will be enlisted. The saddles, guns and other things have arrived and will o the militia boys during the coming Iveek. We are getting a few good showers Ivhich makes The grain and garden ff look splendidly. Winter wheat scssment was equitable with adjoin- ing property and where it was not the court promised to revise it. A number of the applicants while claim- ing they were assessed too high, ad milted that they would not sell for the price of the value named. The following arc the appeals dis- posed of this morning: George Alexander, lots 12, 13 block land value and S1250 for The City Council Post- pones Action Till December That, although the council has per- haps been for some time inactive in regard to the matter of the much mooted commission government ques- tion, the individually Have W. Mathews and W. Alexander of North Lethbridge waiced on the city council last evening and asked that the cement walks to be put down on Westminster Road north of the tracks be made ten feet or less instead of twelve as was the council's intention and plans. Their chief claim was that the street was narrow and twelve foot walks on either side would leave little room for road travel. The mayor said there hadn't been matter and set the license 3t tho fig- the east side of the city cemetery as 1 been doing some tHinkmg was evident. tire, named .by Mr. Brown, Brewery's ApplicatiDH The Lethbridge Brewing and Malr- iug Co. wrote asking the city deed, or lease to it for a long term of years, certain property in line with Ford street, which formerly had been coulees but bad been rilled in by them. They wanted it for carrying out cer- tain extensions to their plant. They offered in return for the deed a strip of ten feet on the other side of the brewery to widen a very narrow lane. much kicking about It so far however, F. Sick, manager of the brewery ad-, if the ratepayers affected wished for (dressed the council in connection with; narrow walks they could have them the matter and Aid. Oliver, Hatch and a road way to give access to some I property they ownea to the south of the cemetery. Aid. Bowman moved tbat the city sell to the Lowes and Hatch firms the strip asked at the same rate as the city paid for the pro- perty. Aid. Hatch poiuled out that the property had no means of access ex- cept through the cemetery. Aid. Oliver and Frayne, who both had been out oxrer the ground, thought it a fair proposition to give the strip as evening when the matter was again precipitated by a motion offer- ed by.. AhL. king, reading, "That this council advertise at once for two commissioners." The 'council apparently came to the conclusion that real government .by commission is not obtained by ap- .pointing one. or two commissioners who arc responsible to 'the council, but that the commissioners.shall, be elected by-the people, be responsible every 1 building. Assessment confirmed. J. M. Harper, Kamloops, lots 1-3, block IB, land value and assessment. He claimed the property was fenced in connec- tion with the building adjoining, but fence was destroyed by the city when grading street. Super assessment an- nulled. J. M. Harper, property in Wall- work Addition part of which, 51 H., had been sold for street, purposes. As- sessment adjusted. 11. M. Heeby, S. 35 ft. 100 ft., Pt. of 1 block K. Claimed assess- changed as long as the debentures were not made out. 'However, before authorizing any change he would need more than one or two men's word that the change was desired. He also pointed out. ft. and 12 ft. were the standard sixes in the city. The Fair Wage Clause Sage were appointed a committee to consider the application. Referred to Engineer W. H. Fairfield, director of the Do- minion Experimental Farm, wrote asking under what lerms the city would supply water to the farm from the main to be constructed by the pro- a street but Aid.'King maintained that heading and the spring grain is merit of S500 and super assessment of ing well. Bishop Nathan Tanner, of Aetna, is fejoicing over the arrival of a fine laby girl af. his home. Mother and jhild are doing well. Fred H. Turner, his daughter Vtr'r- i and son Oliver came in from Ma-, jrath Saturday afternoon in his auto. lit. Turner has some land buyers wing them over tho Cardston dis- listrict. was loo high. Assessment, con- firmed. W. Byron, property in Staffordville assessed for a I ?wO. Assessment confirmed. The application was referred to the engineer. Sells Cemetery Strip The F. C. Lowes Cu. and the George M. Hatch Land Co. wrote asking the city to open a .thirty foot strip along James Ritchie asked the council (vinchil government to the new jail. how it was that the fair wage clause inserted in the cement walk contracts was less than wages paid last year. The mayor replied iliat he knew noth- ing about it except that the minimum wage for laborers was that provided for in the schedule submitted to the council by the Trades and Labor Council at the beginning of the year Mr. Ritchie seemed hard to convince until assured by Aid. Frayne- that what the mayor had stated was cor- rect. Council is Generous Tlie Caledonian Society wrote ask- ing for a contribution towards the ex- penses of the A. A. A., A. meet here j on July 1st and were voted i A letter was received from the Min- i SUPERINTENDENT OF BANFF PARK Assessment IVESTIGATE BOOKS OF FARMERS ELEVATORS Gleaned by Saskatchewan Commissioners Not Very Satisfactory crs" band asking for a grant and S.W. John Blackly, part of sub 75, Wall-1 Tuckwei] c-ouncil on j their behalf, lie asked for to- wards tuition, music and uniforms and j for permission to nse the band stand on the square at any times not con- j dieting with the Citizens" Band. They were granted and given portnSs- j sion to use the bnnd stand. Lethbridge-Weyburn Route Map L. K. Jones, secretary to tlic Min- j istcr of Railways and Canals, wrote work, assessed at confirmed. A. II. Uarllctl, sub oi 15, Block fi, Morningside, assessed at ?2000; as- sessment confirmed. Lewis block as- sessed at claimed lots made unsaleable by erection of standpipc. Assessment confirmed. Howard Case Co., 7, block E. assessed at. with super assess mt-nt of claimed to be incorrect- j informing tho council that, the appli- I ly described and no street'or lane giv-! of thc C- p- R- for "PProvnl of j irs I.ethbridgo-Weyhurn branch from Retina June Saskatchewan inn; access. Description revised, llov.nor Commission commenced'ses-1 J. Cuthbcrt, lot I block 151, as-] miic m to mile 440 bringing it into Ion'today'.in Rogina and throughout. sesscd Sfiflft, lann value and hv.iWinK i Lothbridgo would hoard by the it was only fair to sell it Aid. Hatch did not vote arid Aid. Bowman's mo tion carried, A Petition .Filed Several residents at the east end of Macbeth street sent in a petition set- ting forth that whereas they under- stood that water matu being put in was to be stopped a.t McNa.b street, they asked it be continued past their residences, ft was received and filed. The local branch of the Bank of Montreal wrote stating that great diffi- culty was experienced identifying the signatures on the back of May pay cheques of city laborers, and asked for similar authority to that given them by the C. P. R. and A. R. who employ large numbers of foreign- ers, namely to authorize them to pay out on the checks without endorsa- tion. Aid. Hatch pointed out that em- ployees would not he protected by this system in case they should loose their cheques, and a motion was passed re- if not entirely, take the place oi the council. For it turned down the mo- lion of Aid. King and adopted an amendment made by Aid. Sage to the j effect that the election of com mis- sioners until the DC- j ceinbcr elections, and that the city] solicitor or any other man or.'body j of men thought best, be instructed to prepare the necessary application to J the legislature for the election oi the j commissioners by the ratepayers. j When Aid. King's motion was read it. aroused little enthusiasm. Aid. 1 Hatch remarked that he did not be- lieve that satisfactory commissioners could be obtained by They had tried privately to get hold of men who would take the job but without success. He thought they had best postpone it and put it'up i to the people to say whether they wanted a cntmcne or not, and if they din, Id thrm elect their own commissioners and at midnight commissioners still unready for a vote, and the matter went over to another day. Church un- ion is scheduled for noon. The assembly decided on Knoic church Ottawa, as the place of next year's meeting. At the opening of the afternoon sion it was decided that the assem- bly should adjourn at four o'clock to join in a trip on Halifax Harbor.: As" a result it was decided that the pro- gramme for the evening meeting should be changed and' that the en- tire night session should be given up to the discussion of the Queens University case in the hope that a settlement might be reached. The question of the establishment of a theological college in Edmonton was introduced by an overture from the Synod of Alberta. The proposi- tion is to erect a residence and hall in conjunction with the provincial university and to begin the work of teaching in the hall during the pres- ent year. The question was referred to a large committee of which all the rep- resentatives from Alberta; arc mem- bers. A letter from premier G. II. Murray was read replying to a com- munication from the assembly. Pre- mier Murray, is confined to bed in.the, hospital seriously .ill and the letter received by the assembly was ihe first sent out by. him in a long.period. Continuing the discussion of the Queen's question Richard Lees of Pet- erborough, a graduate of Queen's, strongly opposed the proposition of a ciiangc. Referring to the argument that this change would enable the 'Queens to share "in the benefits of the Carnegie Pension Fiind Mr Lees claimed that the benefit of this fund had been greatly over esti- mated, and that .the cash-value .would not exceed There were al- so objectionable features in connec- tion with this fund. The trustees ol the fund interfered -with the internal management of the colleges, and cer- UUn American institutions. which. were'cligihle to share in the fund re- fused to do so for this reason. .With j reference to the argument; that younjr J men of the other denomination re- fused to attend Queens owing to the fact that- it was a. Presbyterian, in-, stitution, Mr. Lees stated that there tlie the, were sent to this university on very ground that it, was under direction of a religious body. Catholics had stated lo him while they would prefer to send sons_to a Roman Catholic college they would sooner send them to advertising. t Qumis, RS a than to send them to a national uni- versity. Dr. Daniel Gordon, principal of the I ferring the matter to the finance com- university, made an eloquent plea for separation going over the grounds commission torm ot gov- 0 uilly. Reterencc was made by him to I the contrast between national and de- nominational directions and he ararueil Aid. Bowman thought that might the a good idea, as it would relieve j the council of a lot of responsibility. i However, what he thought ly needed was a sort of genera': jager to take charge of all their side work. Mayor Adams said that he did not j want to toot his own horn, but he i minster Road, the house of the own- t n t like to Know what was nearer commission .covernmont than what i B. known holr.i. h it. is the intention of Imimissioners to conduct an invest i- into the 'books and business 5 of the different farmers ole-! companies. The idea of inves- j is to get information as to j o success or non-success of tho elo- j itors conducted by these local com-i, ?s on the storage basis. iTotlny bonk? of a jv.smbcr of [mpanies. including those at Reginn, i :o invest igatrd, and in the major- i of cases is understood jthat the [iconic- was far from satisfactory but course it is impossible as yet that ie commissioners can express -any- ling in the way of an opinion. claimed building assessed at at Ottawa on June 15th. Tie nil! costr assessment of building re- also enclosed a copy of the route map. >r, iJmW twonlv per cent. j The tetter and map were ordered filed, j 4. Win. Collins, X Sec. X1TI. and Carnival License Lowered lots 5 and IS, X Sec. 5 XTIT, as- Tho Brown Amusement Co. wroto sessod at reduced to 53500. F..W. Brown addressed ihe conn- Dr. P. M. Campbell, lots U and X ciS stating thai if the license- of ?4oO of I-H block assessed ?2200 land per week asked by the council for tho value and SWi on claimed of the north half of the squaro iim siigii as no fisiljlif j carnival purposes, was. persisted Assessment confirmed. it. would certainly he a. losing game I C. F. 1'. Conybeare, property round to thorn. Mr. Brown stated 'hat. ho j-r1 his housr at Rivorviow super assess- did not foci that he could sfan 1 mcio the wrll- rancher near su- of ihr Ur.niT Na- nil in parcel on which the house stands. Super assessment cut out. (Continued on page 250 and he submitted a nrif- mont showing that las! year fits of his share amounted 50 O'lyj-f- The council reconsiJ-rvd the >r hocn of in.? N'acbiul Parks of Do- minion. Mr. MacdomitI apsnm- yosiord.iy. and expects Jo roTv.ove hi< family to HantT very soon. Thp ap- priintmcFi; ho popular throughout Alhorsa. ;Iie soutii. whoro Mr. Macdon- aid is hfld in high cstwm. Ho was the Liberal candidate against. John Horrori Tho. last Dominion elections. fmittee. City Not House Moving City Engineer C. Arnold reporr- cd that in regard to the strip of land one foot in width still rcciuired by the city in Block in order to put Charles street through east of West i j or of the property was not. on his i lots at. all. but. entirely on property purchased by -the city from another for the purpose of putting the street, through. The owner would deed ithe city the one foot strip if the city {would move his house onto his lots. j lie advised that this offer be accepted. I The mayor remarked that tho cir.y was not in the house moving business J1 i and a motion by Aid. Sage was pass- r i cd to the effect that the owner of the house bo notified that his house is standing upon city property and he .must move, it by June 31. Rig Purchased a. On tho motion of Aid. Hatch a ,i, throo sealed rig and team was pnr- J. ioliasod for the use of the city engirv coring staff, the mayor pointing oaf i Uhat tho animals were for nse in the by plebiscite. i that for the past generation the Prcs- bytcrian church had been devoted to national rather than denominational institutions. Queens College had beep. j foundod as a protest against the dc- nominationFalism of King's College, ann the late principal, Dr. Grant, had always looked forward lo the time when tlic institution would be The slightncss of the conneciiori which existed between tliti tin- city had hoc-n cctting daring ihe lhc chlirai was dcarjy five months of the preset year, u OUU TllR church'can was very little that the indivitiu.il aldermen had done and he 'did not believe a single committee had sen I in a s'nRii" report as yet. A Id. Hatch thought they should ap- point a citizens' committee or in- struct the city solicitor to dr.nv up the necessary changes the charier for a commission to he elected by People, and to endeavor t.o get it throtigii the legislature in time to elect; commissioners at the elect.ions next December. Aid, Sage, then wrote, out, his amendment to the motion which pre- vailed. WINNIPEG HORSE SHOW works and property committee when i Wmmi .M I nor roni'irod by tho staff, T. was si von the oontraet 'tpf looking over tho eity cemetery for a month, and tho-oomotory I placed tindor tho cenoral guidance and imanagcrsliip of Mit- J chell. (Continued on page tho Horso sliow by Lioutonant-Govor- nor Sir Daniel was as usual a 'brilliant, social, as well as cnv.rae affair, tho more so that it is the first, semi-public afi'.iir whore ihe-ivcat.her was proplh'ous. Horsos aro up io a very high stariuai'ii arid the most fa- miliar exhibitors arc out in force. i pointed out. cortitiu changes in the university it (.MII initiate ,'irjlfnng. H cannot ap- point a sinde nor, appoint a .single uuslce. An argument was based by thv speaker that Dr. Douglas .01 New York had made an ofier of for the endowment of a chair in Canadian history on the .that ihe connection of the college with the church should aissolvc. This ofiet had been unan- imously acceptcxl'by. vhe tnislccs; it" the church now refusal to grant this request oi the trustees what was to be done. Speaking generally Gor- don slated that it i.im, with i alarm and the deepest concern when OPENS consider what .would hap- r.inc .MKHJHI actually refuse to this request. The. re- sponsibility for the university was wholly the trustees and he coula scarcely understand how they could gel on with their-Avork if the consent of the, assembly to this change was withdrawn. Continued on back page. ;