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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TITE LETHBKIDfl K IXAILY JI13 DEEPLY INTERESTED IN THEJUJNICIPAL ISSUES Business Men Discuss Water, Sewers, Gas and Other Form a Provincial Association The Business Men's association bold a very successful and profitable meet- ing in tlio secretary's office last night with 11. A. McKillop presiding in tho absence of tlic president: Tlie first (jueslipii taken ,up was the forming of a provincial associa- tion in connection with which a con- vention is to be held in1 Calgary on .Inly 2nd, when it'is expected thai business, inc-ii from every part of the that the" association should start aii agitation' at once for a filtration plant, as at present the muddy stalo of the water was not calculated to iiirprc.ss newcomers -'favorably. The mayor'nud the secretary of the Uouid of Trade will he written to Immedi- on. the question. Discussing. the paving question it Was thought that at least.one street leading.to and from the station S WE SHOW YOU THE LATEST STYLES FIRST If you don't like them we have our well known flint line of high grade GENTLEMEN'S suit all taitei and pockets. You will find.nothing out of date or itore. We want your future custom too much to ihow, or try to icll, you any- thing but the BEST. Come in and M ihow you the latest in' smart styles. province will be in attendance.' It: shoiil.l be paved, as people arrivini was fell that tlic Lethlmdge associa- tion being the oldest in tlie province, THf-TOOT TOGGERY .should take an active part, and that several of the members should make an effort to be in attendance'-at, the CaJg-vry meeting. If any member of the association'here contemplates at- tending the convention lie should vise the secretary without delay order that arrangements may-lie made for the necessary accommodation. -Board of Health.Criticized The board of health was criticized for their apparent laxity- en- forcing the bylaw relative, to tlie sower connection, as it is known that Ihere :u-e houses in the residential district that have no sewer connec- tion, thereby constituting a nuisance to the neighborhood on account of the) local stores, offensive odors. It was'decided .to take the matter up with tlic cluiir- man of the board of health. The present condition of tlie drink- ing water was also the subject ..of much discussion, and it was agreed 'B on trains naturally, got their first im- pressions, and that part of the citv not in proper condition. Natural Gas It was decided to get correct data from iJuiiinpre Junction from parties there who are using gas at the rates, ad-j the Canadian Natural Gas Co. are this city to pay. Tin's infor- mation JS; required to guide the local association in the matter of the ac- tual cost of gas supplied to residenc- "Two Men and a 'Girl" (KEEP COOL) and beautifully portrayed Drama of lifo.ou Western Desert. a .K AW. Picture fuiroTcu..le iplendar, THE JIEAItT OF THE KING'S the Sixteenth Contury, at M.loh time this wonderful tale I ShicKkl J AMATEUR N1GITT: that W4S 'Mdo tof WATER SCENES Interesting and delightful Don't forget Friday and Saturday DAYS AT 8TARLAND The Victoria Cross, A magnificent drama of 'The Crimean War' WESTERN RATES ARE NOT FAIR M. K: COWAN CHARGED THAT RAILWAYS DISCRIMINATE AGAINST ALTA. AND. SASK. June 19 three ad- Other Matters Tlie association! will try and make arrangements, with the local hanks 4 f i aitional hours of argument, the Re- to rcinain open hour on Sat-' t A Eina frpicht MSP nlncli was taken uruav evenings for the convenience Oi up by the railway board yesterday, was concluded today, but no. pro- nouncement was made in regard to the matter by the commission. M. K. Cowan, K.C., who has been instructed by the attorney generals those wishing to> cash. pay cheques at tisc Letlihridge exclusively. COMPANY DENY OTTAWA STORY HILLCREST COAL COMPANY OWN THE LOTS THEY ARE'SELL- ING Hlllcrost, Alta., June tof the Hilicrest Coal and Coke Com pany, Limited, emphatically 'state-tha there is no foundation the state "meat that appeared in Monday's is sue of the Herald to the effect that .they had no authority to sell lots in Hilicrest townsite. It will be remem- iberedithalt it was stated that a com- munication had been received from the.Department of the Interior individual or corporation had pny right whatever to sell lots in Hill crest or Bollevue towiiaites, the land et which the townsites consist being leased to the company, and owned by the government. So'far as Hilicrest Js concerned, ;thc Coal Company have Ihe title deeds to' the southwest ler of section 20, township 7, range 3 west of the Fifth 'meridian, and this Is the location of .the itownsite 'where the lots are hcing offered. for sale the officers of the com- pany states that over forty certifi- cates of title have been granted to purchasers to whom deeds have been Issued by the Land Titles Office at Calgary. We have to congratulate Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Warn, upon the .birth: of V daughter last Sunday evening. Another milestone in. the progress pf Hillcresi was passed last Tuea- nay evening, when .Mr..; and Mrs. Wank Earp gave a dance and supper to celebrate the opening of their new hoarding house. The number of tuests present at the house-warming can only bo guessed at, for, apart from the large number who spent the evening there, an even" larger nua'iber called in for a minutes to con- gratulate the owners, and wish-them the'success they are entitled .to. .The (lancing was continued until four o'- clock on Wednesday morning, when the last This rooming and boarding house contains a large num- ber of rooms, which are' fitted 'with the best of furniture and fixings ob- tainable. The -iact that the majority of the rooms 'have-already.-been, spok- en for, means that the prosperity of the venture- Is practically assured from the.start. It is Mr. Barp's inten- tion to'employ- white help entirely'in his Icitchen, thus following the gener- al trend of up-to-date hotel men in the West, leaving the Mongolians t rotdli their laundries. As before sta ed, being the first of its hind in town the success of his short order restaur HIGH RIVER MAN SHOT HIS WIFE BOW ISLAND EXPECTS TO HAVE CROWD DOMINION DAY- CUPID BUSY Island, June W. undergoing treatment for appcndicit-l no assuring, and we tliint never have cause to regre ant needs Frank wi this latest'venture of his. J. H. Lee, formerly manager of P Bum's Co.'s Blair-more branch who was in Hilicrest last winter, .tak ng a Jik'e position here, has lis connection with the'company, am intends leaving Hilicrest with his family very shortly. The? Rev. James.Lang visited Hill- crest today, to keen in touch with his late parishioners. We are always glad >la see Sir. Land and trust that liis visits in the future will be more frequent. TORONTO MAN DEAD Toronto; June Henry Keating, one; itime city, engineer of Toronto, and..later general manager of the'.Toronto' street railway, died today In his OSth year. He -had heen n 111 health for some time. DELIBERATELY SHOT HER ON PUBLIC MAR- RIED SHORT TIME High River, Alta., "fnil view of twenty-five the street, at S.30 tonight, CaJiste'Ber trand shot and killed bis wife, using a sixtcen-bore shotgun. Three or tour shots were discharged. The murderer was immediately placed un- der arrest. Public-Indignation is high as the woman was a cripple, several times to call in the protec- tion of the police. Little is known of 'the antecedents I of the pair, except tliat they were married about two months' ago, and came here from Nanton; starting a boarding house here. French, and Airs. whojwas a Icavev two children first husband, two and four years- old icspeetively, and is reported to have two older children in the children's' players please Lake note. The association endorsed an adver- I tising booklet to be gotten up by C LaFaite, which will be sold during Hie Dry Farming Congress at 25 cents each. This booklet will adver-I and Alberta to rep- liesent all ulies and toiins in the two piounces affected, stated in the course of his argument that the crux of the matter is that the railways have failed to comply with the or- der ol the hoard on June 20, 1910, to the effect that 'the discrimination in rates which existed in favor nipeg, Brandon and Portage la Prai- rie jobbers to tlic disadvantage of Re- BIG TIME IS BEING PLANNED L. UHL, Bijou Theatre SOLE LESSEE and MANAGER THE ACME OF PERFECTION IN PHOTO PLAY The Four Dare Devils A STORY TAKEN FROM LIFE Supply all the variid Incident! rn the' live: of children taught Circus Life. A molt remirkible film. Special Three-Piece Orcheitra alwayi In attendance PRICES, ADULTS 15c CHILDREN 10c lins returned today from the Medi- railways a cine Hat where lie has been had amoun gina and other, more wcsterlv situat- ed business men must be removed. He contended that1 the reductions in the Hop- maximum raws put into eficcfc by the -s a result of the order fed to percent consequence, discrimination it Jos. Sheard and family have mov- ed buto their homestead, south of Winniired. Several citizens '4re taking in the favoi of mnipeg exists toda> just as it existed before the order was is- sued. Mr Cowan proceeding uith bis Purple Springs celebration today touched briefly on the hw-r It is the aim of the Sporis of CaSG' Hc that no raitteo to have the Soo-Spokane Flyer i business of mak- carty a crowd from Lethhridge tanRs for had had'; on July 1st anjthing to do with it In trying tof A meeting" for Hhe purpose of or- to lhc ordm of the board> I BanizingaTennis-Glub-wiH.be- held IE mcn who tariffs at Mr. McLaren's residence on Mon-' thousht tliev floahng con- dav night, -June 24th. All .tennis Ibtructci1 inlIcaEc- wliereas the fixed t rates between Fort William and Wm- homo at Midnajiore. She is, known'lo to have a sister named'M-ra. Camp- bell, at Saskatoon. STREET RAILWAY MEN SEE McKENZIE Toronto, June Sir- Mac- president of the Toronto rail- way company, this aCtemoon received committee.' representing the rail- way men and conferred with ttiera on the new agreement. The tempor- Thc new band uniforms have arriv- ed, ami be worn tomorrow nlpeg liad bpp" all for look the the first time. They certainly' uattv, and aie in keeping with progrcssiveness of our band; We .understand that tlie Gas Co. submitted a franchise to the town council for 'consideration, and it is to be hoped that ,it will be put before 'the people at an early We want the gas. Monday, June I7th, au was that into He'gii could not he shipped or other western cities and shipped -again as advantageously as they- could bo shipped into nipeg and out, although the distanc- es merchandise would be hauled ilic cost of handling was just and the to the companies. The result was th.it Regina business men could not compete on fair terms with those of Winnipeg in Hegina's own natural You want the best TIRE PROPOSITION On The Market DoiVt You Then buy the Gooderich best on the long run We carry a complete stock of Gooderich Tirei and the Price Also a large stock of Accessories H. T. Henderson Garag Cor. Gth St., and Oth Avc. e Phone 588 ry agreement made in 1910 expired the parsonaee, Mr A. Maxwell to i are ask-1 jirs. iviaiy Maxwell, both for 2S and 30 cents'an hour. They i now getting 21, 2S and 25 cents. of Bur- t is expected an amicable settlement vill he reached. TAG DAY RECEIPTS Tag day for Berlin-Waterloo hospit- ll netted ?2300. T The DA A price has been the First Step of many Fashionable Women towards Corset Style and Comfort. FROM the Parii deiigns, to Canndiin figures, D A A Corseti arc produced from the best mitten all in one of the finwt fic- toriM in the world. -Made in large quantities and sold at small profits, D A Corsed aave their purcbatcrt from to over imported coneti of even Thii saving tiM induced mtny to try them and the style, comfort, and good wear his Ihcn won ui permanent cuitomeri. The D A Corset No. 510 illuitratcd herewith, ii de- tigned for the woman with a tm.ill or medium figure and requiring little bust This model hat medium bust, extended hips and long ba'ck. It is made with Englitb coutil, (rimmed with wide lace, ribbon and bow, has duplex itcel bonei; slopped top and bottom with silk, tix lisle impendent, draw siring and ikirt. An imported corset covering the above description would coat S3.3Q. The D St A model 510 M sold at all good Mores lor 12.50. Other D moduli, from Sl.OO to every one guaranteed. The Dominion Corset Company, Quebec Maker! of the U Diva Corsets. 4-12 Do you hear those wedding bells Indeed, they arc ringing on all shies of us, and it is rumored that they are not done ringing yet either. Next. Wednesday, "Juno 19th, at the home of the bride's parents, I Mr. Edgar LaMarsh, of Winnifred, to Miss Ida pollitt, of- Bow Island, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Pol- the Rev. Wright officiating. Con- gratulations. I We understand that E. C. Ludtkc Jias'givcn Mr. Jamieson, the jeweller an order for a prize cup, to be given for. the best exhibit of spring whea' from this district shown at ihe1 Farming Congress at Lethbridge this fall.- Miss Emily Miller is 'at-prcscnt visiting friends in town. R. Gardner has purchased a: fine horse, buggy and harness. Bob be- lieves in getting plenty of fresh _air apparently, and dislikes walking. Hascball. The local nine defeated Grassy Lake at Purple Springs to- day, scoring 15 runs to their oppon- ents' '5. The second game will be played this evening, and it is ex- pected that our hoys will come home with the purse. INCOMPLETE FIGURES (Ottawa Journal) The Hoyal Banli of Canada wns fix- ing up its from at Sparks and Elgin streets today, and for a time the log- end on onn of its noble plate glass windows stood as follows: Capital paid up.......... Res'ftrve funds Tofnl assets This certainly looked like an emer- bank examiner, Cowan argued, was not one 'of rates, Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works SIMPSON AND NEEDS, Props Importers of Scotch Granite 8th St, S.f nenr 3rd Lothbrtdge. YOU WILL BENEFIT BY. GETTING OUR PRICES introduced as a result of the order: o! the board had probably reduced tin rates, but the discrimination againsi Saskatchewan amlAlherta towns ii favor of Manitoba business centers was still there, For some reason or. oilier ,the rail- ways had always appeared to be sore on Hegina, buc VCIT much in love with Winnipeg Mr. Cowan declared that the railr ways could not put their tariff "e'x- peitb on the siand to justify the new rates. "Mr. JMclnnes, of the .GiP.Ri, and Mr. Shaw, of the C.N.R., are be said, "and F challenge them to justify the tariff." In conclusion, he ..that the railways he compelled to remove the discrimination. A tempt had been mnric In subterfuge lo compliance with the previ- ous order of the board. ER1CKSON WAS GIVEN 20 YEARS CHIEF JUSTICE SCORIATED IN HUMAN STEPFATHER WHO CAUSED BABY'S DEATH Moose .Taw, -June tin now notorious Erickson, of Tomnkins 40 miijes west ot Swift Current, stoot in the dock to receive sentence foi :he manslaughter of his two and a lilt year-old stepdaughter! The pri >oner.willed under the.withering con- lemnalion of the Cliief Justice, who soul, him to the Saskatchewan peni- tentiary for twenty years. His Lordship, Chief Juitice Wet- mora, said that it was the worst case n his judiciary career, anil he had lot even read of one for cruelty and lorriblo details to match with the present case. The tiny Infmu. had II made the accused's football on possible occasions, and for faults hat. no child was responsible for had receive thu most frightful punish- i S.F. WALLACE IS ALDERMAN (Special to The Herjld.) Fernie, June F Wai lice, ot the Hotel Fernie was returned as alderman, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Alderman Dick- ens, this afternoon. Mr. Wallace, being the only one, placed in jiomination, Returning Of- ficer Barclay declaied him elected by acclamation. The Elk river is now at the high- eat staga of the season, but indica- tions are that it w 111 be receding from now on until ihe rush of snow from the mountains has ceased. Live Well By patronizing the New York Cafe Chi nose Dishes, .Noodles, Chop Suey, etc A Specialty 5th St., 1st IVorth of Bijou Theatre First Class Table Board 229-1 Hh St., S Home Cooking ;