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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Libfiir Dec 17 VOL I. LtTHtftlUOC, ALTA., tUitPAY. JUNE II, I Ml NO; fOLBUPA NEW HALL AT ONCE HOME FOR FIRE DEPARTMENT TO BE AT THE PRESENT LOCATION DOUGLAS WAS ELECTED AS The work on the new Fire Hall will be commenced at once. At the coun cil meeting last night, the Works and Property committee sent in a re port recommending: That the building at present own ed and occupied by the City as a combined council chamber, fire hall, and civic .offices, be remodelled and converted into a fire hall, and a preliminary to this arrangement, we would suggest that the walls be tak en down and rebuilt on a more stable the rear of the lota and connected by a_ cross wall atr the arrangements iq be decided ;Uter Your committee would also suggest that in the event of this report being adopted by the council, work of reconstruction be undertaken at onee, by day labor so that the walls may be well under way; if" not completed by the time' the plans for the interior arrangement are finally decided on. VICTIM OF NEGRO WIZARDS, White Child Captured in Blood of to Cure .Consumption. Havana, June the town o Alcrandez, province of Malanzas Victor. Nakarra, a negro lad, arrested on the charge of complicity in the kidnapping -of Luisa Vendez, a white child who recently disappeared from her home, has confessed that the child was the victim of a band of Brujos or negro wizards.' He said that h and one of the wizards named Marin who was also arrested, entered th house and abducted the girl who wa murdered' for the purpose .el oisin the blood of her heart to. cure an ol negress of Members of the rural guard are scouring the country in pursuit of others of th band of Brujoe. HAD A MAJORITY OF SIXTY NINE OVER J. J. WALTON AT TABER {Special to the Herald.) Taber, .June contest for mayor here yesterday to fill the va- ancy caused by the resignation of Jas. Truswell, resulted in the election f W.W. Douglas by majority, the ote standing: W.W. Douglas........................ 126 J. J. Walton 57 WHAT IS DONE WITH THE BRUTAL ASSAULT NEAIPT. ARTHUR Port Artlutr, at., An ALO. IVEf WANTS THC SCHOOL BOARD TO FURNISH STATEMENT A LIBERAL CAUCUS Ottawa, June A Liberal caucus will be held tomorrow to discuss the situation -with regard to the election bill, with particular reference to the condition, of the new as prepar- ed this month in Manitoba. The action of the Manitoba government in coni- ng to a tardy decision on the request of Mr. Borden to extend the time for hearing appeals by courts of revis- sion, was helpful to clear up the sit- uation to some extent and both sides of the House are anxious to arrive, if possible at some satisfactory agree- ment. THE THAWS WILL NOT SEPARATE and robbery y Mr. Justice Scott in the reserved case of D. J. Whitney and WVO. Ives against Lawrence H. Burn and H. Home tried at the recent sittings of the Supreme Court here. It will be remembered that the plaintiffs sued to recover the'sum of from the defendants as the amount due under two agreements for the pur- chase of certain lands belonging to the plaintiffs in the south-east part of the city. The defence set up that as the plaintiffs had" not an absolute and clear title at. the time of the sale that the defendants were at liberty to -rescind- the agreements. Mr. Justice Scott holds that the right ofiji vendor to compel specific performance by' the purchaser is not dependent upon his having an absolute title at the time of.entering into the agreement to sell. It is sufficient to say-that at that time he was iu a position to compel tho delivery of the title to the purchaser time fixed for the conviction of'the purchase. Hg therefore holds that the plaintiffs are entitled to a judgment for specific'performance and a direction that in default of pay- ment of the balance of the purchase money and interest within a certain time that the agreements be rescind- ed, or at the option of the plaintiffs that the lands in the agreements be sold. A reference is to be made to the clerk of the Court to tax the plain- tiff's costs and to take an account of the amount of the purchase money due to tho plaintiffs with, interest and to fix a.date not less than three months, hence for the "payment by the defendants of the .sum found due with costs. If Brandow, c Wray, Ib J. Moore, W. Moore, 3b Smith, as. Robson, 2b Green, cl Gerholt, p and rf 1 0 6 0 9 0 a o o 0 o 2. 1 2 0. 3 The city engineer's recommenda- tions to the city'council last, night that the new force main be laid from pump house to the west end Brunton street, easterly along London Road to Westminster Road, and north along Westminster Road to the posed site for the tank at the 'corner of Westminster Road and Courtiani street. Ke proposed to use wood stav3 pipe instead, of cast iron from the west oon ordered by the city, which as 'ar as he could sec was not done. The city, therefore, was not liable for Michael's board. Although some of the aldermen thought it xvn.s es- tablishing n bad precedent, the bill of S'lO was ordered paid. W ATERWORK S APPA R A TUS The city engineer asked that he be given authority lo purchase 400 feet of inch and o half wire wound hose 'nt a cost of to bo used in as- sisting in the of the sewer nnd water trenches when they are be- ing- filled in. He wonted a chain pipe cutler also. They were ordered. A DISPUTED BILL 1 he City KngitiC-oi" rcCOtniVii-nileii Hint the John McDovtgaJl Co., the Caledonia Iron Works, be paid less that had been spent in re- gether with the report of Engineer j Arnolrt giving information on metres pairs, Hie company was to "bf paid (Continued vn Page J.) ;