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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, March 18, 1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 5 31 ICi sHiiiiiiiii 1 piTllI MR. COONS SAYS LETHBRIDGE S GEITING EXCELLENT AWARDED Medal and Diploma for Superiority over all competitors at the great World's Fair and at all fairs and expositions wherever exhibited. a DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER is the one great baking powder, for over half a century known and celebrated for its purity, strength, and keeping quality. Its use assures the food against alum and all forms of unwholesome adulterations that go with imitation, low grade brands. DISAGREE, BOXERS WILL HAVE TO PAY SAME EEE Skelth, Hamihon and Williamson for Reduction, but Differ, Defeating Themselves It toolc the old boxing queation to �nal:e the only rift In the lute at 'the city coTittcll meoting yesterday after-nobn. Aid. Lovering, ohairmaa of the polioe oozamlttee, brought ia a report of the polioc oommibtee meeting law weefc, In wliloh he left the matter of the boxing license fee to be iecldad by the council as a whole. And whea the council got through with the vexed flueetlon the boxers found that they stlU had the $100 .license to pay la order to be allowed the privilege of amusing the public with scientific demonstrations of the �fistic art. ' Aid. Sltelth opened fire when the matter was broached.^ "I thinlc $25 license is big enough." Aid. AiKd-"11 the Uoanae is to re-jfulftte prise fights, I tWnic the figure Is about right now." INAIBSONIINE Steamship and Railway Tlokata FROM ALU POINTS IN EUROPE Can be purchased on this s)da and forWa'rded to your family or friends. Our way of handllnK this bu�lneaa is impossible to beat. Your paasengers will receive full Instructions. We advise you when they win reach their destinatlonsi BATES THE VERY LOWEST. RESERVATIONS MADE . SAILINGS EVERY WEEK For full information see steamship and railway agents. Or write- H. E. LIDMAN, Oen'l Agent 445 Main Street Winnipeg, Man. Aid. Slielth-"VV'tat is a prize fighter?"  � Aid. Aird-"Well, I suppose If they were fighting for money it would be a prize: fight." ' ^ Aid, Loverlng-"I am against pTize fights. I like scientific boxing, but wlien it comes to a couple of fellows pounding themselves for over two hours in the ring, they are doing it for th� money there Is in it. Then they ought to pay." Aid. Hamilton-"r.wouldnice to see legltlmftte boxing biwits encouraged, but we must protect the public." Aid. Slceith held that If the license were there to produce revenue, it would be as'easy to get. four bouts at $25 each as one aJt JIOO. To iDring matters to a head Aid. WlUiamson moved that the boxing license be reduced to $50. The motion was lost. Aid. Slseltb, Loverlng and Alrd voting against. Then Aid. Skeltfa moved that the liceiQse be |?5. This, too, was lost. Aid. Wlliiaanson oily voting with the mover. Aid.' Hamilton said he was not prepared to make such a reduction a� that. Aid. Aird th�n wrote'ft motion that the fee remain as It is, but Aid. Mc-Nabb who was In the chair at- the time said this was not, necessary, as the original figure stood, all motions against it having been defeated. Other licenMs fixed by the counoii yesterday were:  Bariiers ..................$ 5.00 Public baths ...... 5.00 Millt vendors ......';...... 5.00 ' Roller S'katlng rinks......25.00 Clrottgee and shows, (per day)....... _____. .200.00 Butohers ........ ...... 25,00 There wew reductions In nearly every case, eHoept In the case of the circus. The bath liouse license was, lmpos.ed as a result of the, recent trouble with the Turkish Batlis. Shiloh "The Fumlly ttXexA for 40 years." A oevet Fc'Uoe relief for Croup and WhooplnB Coujrh. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE OIL WAREHOeSE DISIRICT MUCIJ Council Will Make an Effort to Solve this Knotty Problem HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUH Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policiea or other'valuables in one of these boxes ' as FOa FtntXSBB INFORMATJO-N V!,PPI.Y TO Lethbyidge Branch - - C G. K. Npurse,, Mgr. I that work may be commenced this year. , The recommendatiou of Chief Davis asking for a patrol wagon and four more men was laid on the table for consideration when Stafford Villags becpnies, part of the city. , The report of the Water, Light and Street Railway Committee ratified the pow^r rates adopted by the council some time ago. It also as.ked that concerns using power under the new rates shaii pay for the total horse power rating of the motor installed. This was objected to by G. W. Green of the Ellison 'Mills, but stood, after the explanation of Supt. Reid that it would be impossible to protect the .city'on the flat rates otherwise. Convenience's were also ordered huilt for the street railway men, but the recommendation to build a waiting i-oom for them in the southwest corner ot Gait Gardens was 'turned down. An Oil Warehouse District The segregation of oil warehouses lias been a problem. with the council for some time. The bylaw is very stringent, and will not allow oil to be k?.pt In quantities within 100 feet pf any other building, The oil^men complain that no matter where they may move they'have no undertaking that they will not have to move again in a short, time. The Prairie City Gil Co. 6f Winnipeg is now looking ipr a. site, and have raised that objection. They 'have asked that the C'ity set aside an oil warehouse dis-trictv and an effort will be m^de to have such a district created in the yiclnlty of .the present oil warehouses east of the milling district. . A water main was ordered laid to the racing stable at the fair grounds at a cost of $017.50. Grief Ahead ' The city will have*-plenty of grief when the new city limits are fixed ijy the legislature. J. H. Bartlett, living on the, corner of 10th avenue and 33rd street, wrote asking if he would, be able to get water to his house when the new charter takes effect. It is up to the city engineer. The contract was not awarded for the new auto for the (Ire .department, as tile fire chief would, not recommend, any on^ particular car, preferring that the fire committee make ^he selection. Four tenders were In 'the hands of the council. Tenders, however, were accepted for 1000 feet of hose from the Western Canada Agency, $200 worth of sundry supplies from J. B. Turney and Co., and $500 worth of Are alarm apparatus from the Northern Electric Co. 'A special meeting will be held probably on Saturday to consider the salary question, the Are committee report, the assessment report arid the matter of engaging an lnc[u,strial commissioner; MONTREAL HAD BIG STORM Montreal, March 16.-That no loss oC life attended the hurricane which swept over a section ot this city about '1.30 o'clock on Saturday afternoon is little short of miraculous, for, while there were narrow escapes that none were killed was remarkable. Eas.t and west of this point, where the main fury of the wind seems to have spent itself, damage of a minor nature is reported. Toronto, March 17.-Excellent reports were given out this morning concerning the cases which were treated by Dr. Fricdmann, in Toronto. A. W. Checseworth, whose wife was ,-\mong those. to receive an injection, said that Mrs. Chceseworth is already iniproving. Dr. .John Hunter, whose patient, a young woman, wa.s the first tuberculosis sufferer to receive Dr. Fricd-mann's treatment m Toronto, stated that she is doing very well and that lie IS well satisfied with her pro-i;iesa. 'I'lie usual reaction, which Dr. Fricdmann stated would take place in i�)ll surgical cases, aflected the girl, and her temperature rose to 103 degrees, but gradually declined to noc-nial. At the hospital for sick children, all the little suilcrers who were treated hv Dr. FneJniann arc doing nicely. Two oi them had an increased temperature oh Saturday and Sunday, but all arc normal today. 01 the patients in the General hospital one only is said to have had a lever after the injection. TUNISIAN REBELS ACTIVE Tripoli. March 16.-Rebels yesterday made an attack on the Tunisian frontier upon two native platoons commanded by an Italian lieutenant. The lieutenant and one native soldier were killed. Ten rebels were killed and wounded . WERE TO KIDNAP 1. LLOYD GEORGE DARING SUFFRAGETTE SCHEME WHICH FAILED BECAUSE OF TOO MUCH TALK London, March 17.-The Rcetere, a Sunday journal, devoted to sport and the drama, says that details ot an elaborate suflragette plot to carry oif David Lloyd-George, chancellor ot tlie exchequer, are only just beginnittg to leak out. "The whole thing," says the paper, "was well organized, but was given away by the over zealousness of the promoters. The retreat of the honorable gentleman had been c�tefully arranged in an untretiuentcd park in tlio country and liad advantages which would enable quite a small party to. guard it. "A subterranean apartment had been prepared for the captive and he would have every attention. The pfot-tcrs had even gone so far as to en-; gage the services of a doctor devoted to llie cause to be in attendance on the chancellor during his qaptivity: "When the government learned of the daring nature of the plot, the number of detectives guarding Mrl � Lloyd George was largely increased. G. W. WHITELEY BURIED Moose Jaw, March 16.r-George WJI-. liam Whiteley, father of.the Canadian Pacific Railway master mechanic at Calgary, was buried here on Saturday afternoon. John Whiteley, Vancouver; Mrs. A. E. Mace, Calgary; Mrs.-. W. B. Hill, Alandale,Ont., and George Whiteley, of Calgary, are children. G.. R. PEDLAR DIEDl' SUDDENLY ,0shawa, Ont., Maroh/l6,-George R. Pedlar, president of tUe Pedlar-People, -Ltdj^, died auddenly uoday. A Talk On Saving-And Gas ECOIS^OMY does noC con.sist in not SPENDING- money-means: getting full A^ahie for the money you DO spend. Often, liy spending a modest sum, Ave make it possible to save A (JEEAT DEAL in the end. That i.s not only theory, it is a condition when applied to I^atural Gas.  ' The actual saAMiig in money, _yeav in and year out, on the ])art of business people nsing Natnral Uas for Power, and on tlie part of housewiA^os using Natural Gas for cooking, lioating and lighting, Avill bo made plain if you ask us. Natural Q^s LETHBRIDGE , ^ ! f" 3674 7 C9C 45 00 ;