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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta it'; Tuesday, Marrli 7,1011. THE LETHBRIDGE BAILY HERALD Millinery Opening An Invitation is extended to every lady in the city to call and inspect our complete and authentic showing of the New Spring Millinery Wednesday, March 8th Miss Cameron Suite 1 HillBlk RedpathSt EDITED BY "LNO" PHONES Office  - . 1224 Residence -  620 Cim NEW SCHEDULE OF WATER RATES Acid, Taps 540 $5 20 G inn 20 G fo ti 20 fi 20 G 12 fi 20 G 48 6 12 20 G 24 4 .50 At, the meeting of iho cit.v council this afiei-noon Ifie wnteinoik.s oom-Biittee recommended the adoption or new water rate sched.uleB. As iii(!.v contain nAny changes and are of considerabie interest the.v are published below in full. The most Important features of the schedule Jire that liir' Tirge conBumerB will be placed on meters while the minimum rate for laps Ii residences will be dropped as low as twelve dollars instead of twenty as ftt present. The figures are dollars per annum: SCHEDULE A. 1st Tap BfikerieB............................................... Banks .................................................. Barber Shops-Ist chair �20; each add. chair |6.00. Mars (To be charged separate from hotels or clubs.) ....... Butcher Shops (loo machines,and boilers extra i .......... Billiard Halls-1st teble $20.00; each add. $8.00. Brewers-By meter onl.v. Boarding Houses (Over four boarders) ................... Bowling Alleys .......................................... Cigar Maaufacturers.................................... Churches (For church purposes only) ..................... Clothes Cleaners .................."...................... DontiBts-lat chair $20.00; each add. 16.00. Dyeing ftstabi/sUraents .................................. Dwelling Houses, four rooms (add for each room 50c) ...... Drug Stores ............................................. Fountains, Kardens for season, 11-6 jet, 8 hours ........... Window jets 1-16 ................................ . Window Jots, 1-8 ................................ AVlndow jets, 1-4 ................................ Pounderies-Meter only. Flour Mills-Meter only. Darages-Meter only. Greenhouses-Meter only. Gardens and Lawns-tst 2000 sq. ft. or less, per season. $4.00; each additional 1,000 sq. ft. or less $1.00. Government Buildings ^Net) ........................... Hotels-By meter ....................................... Hospitals, Gait .......................................... Hospitals, private, ($2 additional for each room over six).. Heating, Steam, for season, public buildings............... Heating, Hot Water, for season, public buildings ......... Ice Machines-Meter only. Ine Cream Parlors ...................................... Laundries, Hand...................................... Laundries, Steam-Meter only ...................................10 per Lodge Rooms ........................................... Livery and Sales Barns-M^'ter only. , Liquor Stores ........................................... Lumber Yards .......................................... Malt Houses-Meters only. Police Barracks (Lawns and gardens extra) ...........net Photo GallGrles ........................................ Rinks (Curling or skating) for season .................... Restaurants ........................................... Rooming Houses (additional for ea. room $2) .............. Stables, private, each horse incliiding carriage w...ashing) Stflbles, Cartage, each team ........................... Stores .................................................. Theatres, including Anematograph Shows ................ Tenement Houses, each family as separate house ......... Extras to be added to foregoing rates; Raths, public ........................................... Baths, private ........................................... lirinals, public ..............-........................... Urinals, private ......................................... AVater Closets, public .................................... Water Closets, private .................................. Wash Basins, public, .................................... Wash BaBlns, private ................................... Laundry Tubs .......................................... Slop Sinks, Hotels ...................................... Slop Sinks, Domestic .................................... Offices ................................................. Automobiles ........................................... gteam Engines, per H. P., not exceeding 25 H, P, per year. All water rates are payable in advance on the 2uth days ot January, VISITING DAYS HostesscB tomorrow: l\Trs. John Hornc. *   Mrs. 0. W, Robinson will not receive tomorrow nor again until after Baster. * * * Mrs. H. A, Cunningham will not receive tomnrrnw mir iiRiiin until after the Lcnton season. *   SOCIAL AND PERSONAL The choir of Wesley church will be pnfortnined this e\ening iii the home of Mr, and Mrs. John ^^cCann, 32.'i Krnest .street. *   .Vlr. and .Mi-s, P. E, .Mason and Mr. and .Mrs. O. A. Anderson returned yesterday afternoon from a ten weeks' visit in Southern California and coast cities. *  * Mrs. T. S. MaeUenzie entertained a stu^ro of young folk merrily on Saturday afternoon in honor of h^r bright young daughter, Miss Jean's, fourteenth birthday. A bountious repast ! was served at six o'clock, then an itiour was spent playing games before it was time to depart.- it be in tomorrow morning's paper';" | "I JuBt called up to toll you I am, giving a tea. 1 HATE publicity, but. if the Item must go In I would like llj go in right." "I don't go In for this kind of stuff. � ceremonial worship for that of God's will to a disobcdi^t people. Ho had the keen siglit of the desert born ; he was a man of simple life and tastes, yet withal a keen student of nati|rD, both in plant and animal lite, as his writings prove. He was u ttiati acquainted with the crowded highways, busy market places, and reeking holacaust.s. Ho knew every class of the people he was sent to denounce, though not ot thenf. Ho was intimate with the inmost life of each class, from despot on the throne to the lowliest trader, and ho knew that each and all came under the same sinful ban of disobedience i to God's will in their substitution ot the but it will please my wife, you know." true God. Amos denounced the peo-"My picture? Oh, I couldn't dream pie of Israel, therefore, from a sense of letting my picture go in the paper, of justice, becau.se being God's own Still, If you Insist, do let me get a] peculiar people, they knew hclt(Sr new one taken first." Mrs. A. (to society editor)~"Please'. as you vaiue my friendship, do not fail j to get Mrn. B in the story. If she Is left out s'le never will speak to me again, and she'll say I left her out purposely' The next day: .Vfrs. B. (within hearing ot many people)--O yea, Lkiiow I was mentioned. Really those dreadful reporters nearly worry the life out of me." flian to w^orship the hosts of Baal a.^? did the surrounding nations. Thus, Amos stands out in tlie line of prophets, not as one of the greatest prophets of his time, but ,is the most original in that he wa.s the first to thronicic his saying.';, and those say- CLUBS AND SOCIETIES .I'he executive committee of the Wesley church Young Men's Bible class will meet tomorrow evening in 1)10 lecture room at 7,30. received and the necessary steps will bo taken (o open the street.' Aid. Bowman voted "nay." Excavation Under Sidewalk The matter of the excavation, under the sidewalk in front of (he Balmoral ings of the hook of Amos to a dis-'Hotel was referred to the city, enj^ln- obcdicnt people are as applicable and eer. He addressed the coundll expres'- as trite today as they were when sing his approval of the plans which written a ccniurv and a half before previously been submitted "to him the birth of Chr'i.sl e-tamtned. A previotis resolution r,ii,i ,.^1 u, Ai,.____ I allowed half the width ot the sidewalk The iHiiltl mpeting.s will be dscon-;, . , ,j j _ _ , , . ,^ ,. .. ,to be used, provided a suitable guar tinucd during the evangelistic ser- vices conducted by Dr. Patterson. Thhe S. O. E. Football Club's dancing party in the K. P. hall last Friday) evening was so great a success financially and socially that the club has The parents of the instrumental pu- decided to hold a similar affair Easter Pils of Miss Margaret M. Fraser will jjon^ay evening in the Pythian hall, bo entertained with a i-ecita! in the, � � � ; Christian Science reading rooms in thei CITY COUNCIL AWARDS SEVERAL CONTRACTS A D�lioiou� Seasoning (Continued from front page). ing. The programme, which promises to he of unusual excellence, will be given by about forty of Miss Fraser's pupils. 1 A large audience greeted Rev. C. ! M, Mitchell at the Bapti.st cluircli last evening and listened attentively to his eloquent lecture on Bolivia, where he has been doing mission work. tract for supplying two barrels of chloride of line at oViC per pound. Amended the Bill The charter of the Alberta Electric Railway, as to whose proposed rights in the streets of municipalities the citv antee was put up that the sidewalk will be replaced as well as possible. The request was for the whole,width of the sidewalk. He saw no objection to this. . S, \V. Tuckwell, accompanied by a large delegation, appeared before the Council asking that part of the Gait square opposite the A. K. & I. j offices, for sports. It would be im-i possible for men who work up to- six | o'clook to go to Henderson Park before the street railway is built. He maintained that the result of the! election last year did not approve the Council's plan for parks and HOLMOOKS GENUINB WORCESTBRSIOMt SAUCE Imported Absolutely !/ had some doubts, was amended before being passed by the Donunna\ some urgent school. business of Great Clearance Groceries at Cost Tull & Squires Going Out of Business Stujy The rrices Money Talks other deiiurtments. In conclusion he| declared a belter contingent of men' than those with whom he had been connected from the ag�nt down could not be brought together anywhere. The musical programme consisted of: Song, D, W. Woods, "The Old Soldier, ' and encore "The Bedouin Love Song.' ,Soiic, \V. n. Flaob, "Chorus Gentlemen," and encore "Go to Sea." Duel, A'r'nt Mitchell and Road-master Olson, "I was working down a Last night Westminster read a most the subject i at the Knox Church Guild, Mrs. ,\ndrewK roiiiprchcnsivc paper on u .\inos, the herdsman prophei. First was a short di.scii.s sion as to tlie nature of the propliccy and the wurk of the true and that, oi the false prophets was contrasted. By a short, pithy de.scription of Israel, pdlilically and morally, ujiiler the abuses ot .such leaders as the corrupt piie.si .Vma/.iah, supporteti by feigns sickness, which necessitatep sending for a doctor." The plot is very Lieut. ThoB. J. Hennessey, Quarter-Master at R. U. C, Kingston, has re- Interestlng and exciting iu the way in tired after 31 years with the college, or which the girl Is rescued and the .band-' since it opened. its brought to bay. For those whoj joUn Duggau, a farmer of Pitts-appreciate a good hearty laugh you; burg Township, was struck by a train want to see the "Hoodoo," a scream I while driving acrosB a level crosslug. from beginning to end. | The horse was killed. Mr. Victor Tui-ner. the prominent Tho V). H. A. council decided that tenor, will sing "The Moonlight, the the Blsley team should be sent to Rose and You" which is sure to make England In time for the Corpnatlon , a bit, eights, sailing about June 10- Coal Pit." Song. I). U'. Woods, "The Boys of the Old Hrigade." ; Song, Mrs. Long, "Kathleen Mavour-; nvcn" j Sword dance. Homer Layng. Madame Norman presided at the| piano throLiirhout th� evening. | About midnight an appetizing menui mas served by the ladles. WHY SOCIETY EDITORS GO INSANE;' ''How much do you c barge for put-' ting an ad. In society?" "If 1 mail you au Item tonight will a no less corrupt monarchy, Mrs. Andrews went, on to show why such a prophet a> Amos was required at this time to place his fingers upon the cankered .spot of the lives of tho Israclili.sh people. .'V description of the character of .'Vmns, developed by the barren desert of Tekoa, of which he was a native, went 10 ^how why he was peculiarly choKeii to be the revcalcr of Coffee, regular 25e; now. .20c lb. Ooffee, regular -iOc; uow, .30c lb. Tet\, B. KibboiK veg. 40c; 2 lbs. �5c Tea, Salada, reg. 40c, 2 lbs. . .65c K. Lion, reg. 40c; now......30c W. W. Vinegar, reg. 20c bot. 15c Mnlt V^inegar, reg. 25c bot. 2 35c Extracts, reg. 20c; now.....15c Extracts, reg. 15c; now.....10c Smitir.s JeJlie.s reg. 30c, bot. 20c Hiiiith's Jani.'^, 5 lb. pails, reg. 85c; now ........ 70c Wagstaffe's Jam, 5 lb. pails, reg. 80c; now..........65o Best Ontario Cheese, reg. 20o per lb. Now............15c Lombard Plums, reg. 15c; at 10c Tetley's Teas, 3 lbs. reg. $1.25 now ..................$1.00 Tetley's Teas, reg. 3 lbs. |1; now....................80c Peas, reg. 15c; now .....12 l-2c Good case Eggs, reg. 40c; now, 2 dozen for .........55c Best Creamery Butter, 3 lbs. . .$1 Baking Powder, 20c; now ..15c aulckly sloKs coudhs. cures guI(I.�. baal..c IB tkr�al aad (uo^s Tuff Corner Ashmead & Dufferin Streets 2(1 ceu(*< i I ;