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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lcthbi-idge Daily Herald Wednesday. March (SENEROUS ACTION OF THE A. R. I. COMPANY Did Not Charge For Power When City Plant Burned-Public Fire Alarm Adopted--To Purchase Steam Shovel-Cost Of North Ward Sewer The regular meeting of the city (lowing him 'the use of the market csuncil was held last night. There building as a roller rink and hall. He were present Mayor Adams, Aldermen wouid be wHling to allow ;he use of Oliver, King, Sage, Frayne and Hatcli.! ibmlding for market purposes on The report of the fire, water and j market days. The improvements he would make in Uie hall he considered added inducement to farmers to Ward would cost that it would be approximately The outlet would be from Uie corner of Gregg and King streets in a westerly dlrec lion. The excavating work fcehveer King Street and Macleod lload would be very heavy and the expense in NOTHING TO COMPARE WITH "fRUIT-A-TIVCS." Afttr Phyticiant ind Ordinary Failed to ThU Fruit Curtd. Thousands of people owe their roo4 the boys when the toastmaster. an- nounced that Mr. had ac- cepted the sccrclaryshij) of the Leth- bridgc Y.M.C.A. and would therefore stay in the city. He made a rattl- ing speech in which he commended the Y.M.C. and the work it had done as well as the excellent work the members had done in the Y.M.C.A. {campaign. The Y.M.I', thus pusses from exist- ence after a most useful career. Five years ago last fall it was organized j K_ Hughson', then pastor of Wesley Church, now of Itigersoll, Ont. It- was designed to be a home for young men and was not in any sense a denominational institution. The youncr mPn lit ted up parlors and a gymnasium in the basement of Wes- Church. It has been a live insti- light committee re die appointment of J. H McDonald as city electrician the adoption of a schedule of wages ior linemen, the salary of the foreman to toe a -montli, was re- j motion be granted but the motion was j steam shovel. To Buy a Steam Shovel .Mr. Arnold also submitted quota- the building for market this connection would'be considerably moved by Aid. King that ihe j lessened by employing the use of a ceived and adopted by the council, j defeated. Those aldermen who op- On motion of -the mayor the chair- posed it held that it 'would look bad man of the fire committee was asked to inspect the roof of the fire hall No. 1 whjch the mayor reported was in a very (bad state of repair. Debentures Advertised A communication -was read from tbe city -solicitor regarding ilie pars- ing of Bhe 'Lethbridge city bill by the provincial legislature. The debentures could now be placed on rhe market at! health to "Frult-a-tlves." tution jn athlctics and literary work of others are rapidly being restored to .Q small ffay health and strength thrown the mar-, vellous powers of this extraordinary j medicine. Here is just one for the city -to give up its market IJOJ15 fol. steam shovels of different building for a hall or for any other j aud recoinmeuded that one toe purpose than for vrtiat it was intended, j purchased for city workB The cost of j tirely cured On motion of Aid. Sage and Oliver excavatlng with a steam sliovel in the request of Snyt. Fleet wood for ihe manv instauces could be done for which has been the aim nnd hope of Lancaster Ont: njen have had the1 "For years. I was a martyr to Chro- J control of it's' affairs through these uie Constipation. I tried pills, etc., and, years. Their hope is about to be consulted uhysicians without relief, realized and the club disbands leav- Then I began to take "Fruit-a-tlves" and these wonderful fruit tablets en- use of about four -hundred feet of cot- ton hose iu the tire hall, wjucli was not put to any use there, was New Teams for the City Aid. Oliver reported .that carrying cents ui (Mrs.) ZEXOPH1LE BONXEVTLLE. a box. 6 for or trial size j cubic i 25c. At dealers or from Fruit-a-tNw, a good record A HEN YARN. winch by hand cost from seventy-five j Limited. Ottawa, cents to a dollar. The cost of the shovel would be more than saved j by its use Oiis year in the digging of Former Policeman Has All Poultry Stories Faded to Nothing. once. out the resolution adopted a short j Bitches for water mains and sewers. letter was received and filed, j t-line ago, ihe had purchased two teams j lc be used to throw up embank- and 'the secretary was-instructed tOifor the and property depart- secure copies -from the King's printer ment and was negotiating for the pur- of ithe act and to advertise the sale of the debentures authorized in ihe bill. ments as would be required at the new city park and also for heavy A letter was received from Cony- beare. Church and QIcArthur enclos- ing an agreement for the saie 'of Che Henderson Park. It -was moved, that the agreement 'be -filled in and A os-y sent to 'fine A. R. and IB company at once. The chief of potoce wrote asking that tenders be called for uniforms for the poHce force as soon as pos- sible. The suggestion was adopted. No Charge for A. R. 4. I. Power A (letter was received from P. Naismltn. the general manager of the A R. and I. company regarding tie power supplied to the diy during the time when the city power plant was not running. The city had asked the company to submit' a bill for tiiis .power. The company, he -stated, were glad co have -been able to render this service -to the city and had no inten- tion of asking for anything. However the company had (been charged for light and water during that time wtuile their own power had been used and would be satisfied if that amount were refunded. iTlhe letter was received and Sled and tine amount of this account was ordered to be refunded to -the A. R. I. 'W. R. McGregor twrote asking for i rebate ef some four dollars on land which he had donated to the city for the purpose of opening street. The rebate was granted. Can't Use Market Hall for Rink A letter was received from R. E. Parker asking the council to recon- siuer their decision in resard to al- chase of another le.un. Temporary i slreet gr scabies had 'been -secured for the three 'pne were received and tiled teams. and it was resolved to purchase a Aid Hatch remarked now that the shovel as recommended as soon city vere getting teams of their own as t-uu particulars and quotations they should consider talcing over the coulti be got, not to exceed disposal of garbage and refuse, and SUDjett :o cue approval of the works have an organized brigade for property committee, purpose. j A letter was received from the More Public Works j Western Plumbing Company stating TVhe mayor stated that it would be j jjjgy would give a free trans- a good idea also to consider putting fer M .tne amount of load required down xheir own cement walks as the] for the extension of G-lyn street on Y.M.C. MERGES INTO Y.M.C.A. Final Banquet Held-Pre- To F. S. Filmer teams could be profitably employed in hauling the -gravel and other material. Won't Grant Right of Way condition that the city give the prop- erty there and water connec- tion free of charge. The matter was A letter wa-s received from P. L. j referred to the finance committee for Naismdtih. manager of the A. R. I.! their consideration, company, regarding the application! By-Law Will Be Amended for a right of way across their pro-j A letter was read from the Plumib- perty for a pipe line on the extension; jng inspector stating -thai the propos- ot' Barnes This land was held ei{ changes in the piuntbing toy-law had for sale and the granting of such a} been drafted and thai-bylaw was ready Wash., March delphia" Tom SinltJi, for 20 years a member of the police department of Spoteane. now retired, has a black Minorca .lien, which regularly lays eggs with double yolks, crows like I a rooster and is, according to its own- er, a confirmed suffragette, in that jthe fowl will not stay in the hen- nery and hatch its eggs. One of the hen's chief feats an three yolks, which is on exhibition in the exposition rooms of the chamber of commerce. Several of the hen's double eggs have been hatched in in- cubators and by ot-her hens ,and the chicks are large and strong, but none It Suits Them All Old and young delight in the rich- ness and delicious- ness of COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA. COWANS KRFECTUN COCOA (t suits every taste. The Ca. TORONTO. BLACK "The Y.M.C. is dead; long live the Y.M.C.A." This was the thought uppermost in the minds of fifty of the j has yet developed the lusty crow pos- members of the Y.M.C. who met at1 the Alexandra Hotel to celebrate the closing out of the Y.M.C. and the advent of the larger institution. The executive of the Y.M.C. had previous- ly passed the following resolution which was read by President' R. R. Davidson who was toastmaster for the occasion. The resolution read: 'Whereas it has never been the in- right of way would seriously injure w he presented to ihe council. It tention Oi" this club to continue as a sale. The engineer should resolved to have rihis by-law sub- be able to figure out some suitable mitted at a special meeting to be crossing without requiring this land, The letter was referred to the city called later. engineer. Public Fire Alarm Building Report The report from the building in- spector tor ihe moivt'a of February On motion of Alderman Sage and j Bating the amount of permits issued Hatch and the council decided to take j for the month and stating up the matter of a public fire alarm Inat he had got the owners of several system ai once and Supt. Reid -was j shacks to build proper chimneys on asked to investigate the idea of ar-j their buildings'during the month, -was ranging an electrical apparatus to i received -and filed, ring the bell on the fire hall when an j Qn motion of Alderman Hatch .the alarm was turned in and to report on i city solicitor was asked to complete the cost of the same. the purchase of Che city cemetery at Cost of North Ward Sewer i once. C. M. Arnold, the city engineer! The council adjourned to meet wrote in reply to the question asked i asain on Wednesday nigh-, to a.-: the last council meeting as to how er a number of by-laws and other mat- much a sewerage outlet in the North I ters of special business ENGLISH SPECULATORS i break -the market to the detriment of GETTIG AFTER PATTEN i Patten and his associates. The World j INew York, March today says: i speculators in cotton who showed! "Although E. G. Scales, who isj dislike for James A. Patten the! -working speculator by the recent i nies the demonstration on the Manchester ex-J 000 bales have been put aboard ship change are shipping the product 'back; ready to sail from Liverpool tnday it to this country in an endeavor to 1 is stated as a fact." FARMS OX EASY PAYMENTS We today offer the following with many Half section adjoining townsir.e on one of the bes; towns on the A. R. and I. Rauway. Full section within three miles of Stirling; steam plow land. 6iiO acres 4 1-2 miles southwest of Jlonarc.., half broken, acres ready for drill A good outfit, a very small payment, will give you possession. We will wait for the Inr.rj to pay balance. We are buying lands t'or spot. cash. List your lands us. and if we can use it, you will got all your money at once. Farm Security Company club after the advent of a Y.M.C.A. in the city an'd "Whereas a Y.M.C.A. is now as- sured by reason of the that has been subscribed by the citizens of Lethbridge, "Be it Resolved, that we the Exec- utive of the Y.M.C. hereby disorgan- ize, with a view to centering our in- terests and energy in. supporting; the Y.M.C.A. We also hereby authorize jour treasurer after all accounts have been paid to turn over any surplus that may be on hand and any appara- i tus, etc., that can be used by the Y. M.C.A. to that Two presentations were made. The rinir by F. A. to the member of the club who got the most j members during the contest last win-! ter was presented to Gladstone Vir- tue by Mr. Thomasson. The bovs of the Y.M.C. presented F. S. Filmer, the physical director with .a very handsome stick pin. Both made most suitable replies. All through the speeches that dwelt on the work of! the past year the excellent work done Servant WhO WilS TOO by Mr. Filmer was enthusiastically spoken of- .AliCilirVC Tnc boys in their speeches showed ithat they have derived great benefit New York, March 21.-Mrs. Antho-ifrom the opportunities given by ir x, Ssociatine; with the Y.M.C. sessed by the mother lien. Smith has tried time and again to "Biddy" set on its eggs, but the hen simply utters a squawk that sounds like "noohin' and then crows all over the lot at the Smith home at Perry street and White avenue. Snitch does not claim any credit for the remarkable performance of his hen, now four years old, but says it is a freak of nature. He feeds the hen on pounded oats and scraps from the table with plenty of pepper. The choice of those who know Scotch Whiskies best. Aged In sherry casks D. 0. ROBLIN SOLE CANADIAN AGENT: TORONTO. C. P. Foster, assistant general pas- senger agent C. P. R. at Vancouver and formerly district passenger agent jlor the same railway, has given a ban quet at the Albany club by Toronto friends ast night. A SAFE VAULT in narmony with Patten de-JBl.ooU, Woman Has truth of the report tnat ALL DOWN THE YEARS FOR MORE THAN HALF A CENTURY Have been the Leading Ligat of Canada. Progressive activity ana the best materials have evolved from the slow burning Sulphur Match the perfect up-to-date EDDY "SILENT" PALOR MATCH Why use an inferior Match? Use Eddy's Matches Always and Everywhere. We making Eddy Matches at Hull ever since Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-One E. B. Eddy Co'y. Ltd. Hull, Canada To be in the swim Y ou should eat with the crowd at the new Alexandra Cafe Good music from 6 to 7.30 p. nr. Prices within reach of everybody. Come early if you want to get a seat. Bring your friends. Pri- vate Dinner Parties a spec- ialty. O. MURRAY, Prop. Goidwin Smith's condition continue? to improve and it is now thought he will be able to leave his room in about a fortnight. ny Internate, to foil burglars, con- sociating cealed in money and S1.500 worth of jewelry in the toe of a shoe in her Brooklyn home and daring her absence the attentive servant .sent the The speakers were D. H. Elton, B. L. _ Cope, E. S. Jackson, A. G. Virtue, IU who spoke Young Men's F. A. Maxwell, -I. B, Robin-1 0. D. Austin, D. R. Ware, E. (Hi' Tht'rc was Srt'al enthusiasm amonp; shoe to a cobbler's shop to be rc-json paired, she havine heard her mistress j Hower- A' J- and E' M" remark that it required repairing. masson.- Gn learning what the maid had done Mrs. Internate spent most of last night hammering on the cobbler's door and when bv persuasion of the! I police he opened it early today, the shoe was found and the valuables had been untouched, but tne family have decided to secure a safe deposit vault which will be as servant proof as it is burglar proot and fire proof.- AUCTION SALE A car load of unclaimed Furniture, Stoves, Graniteware and Tinware, to be Sold by Public Auction on THURSDAY, MARCH 24th, at 1.30 p.m. sharp In the Vacant Store opposite the Eureka Theatre by SICK HEADACHE 1 W. L. WILSON, ftliGtiOfiBEP ft CvmnlAMt A! Whirh J A Symptom of Troubles Which are Removed by Dr. Morse's IidUn RwtFflls. DUBOIS GETS FIVE YEARS. Famous Cattle Rustler Last. Caught -Fully modern nine roomed house, all conveniences, new, up to date, and within two blocks of business part of city. Must be sold at once, and will Sacrifice The Zeller Land Co. OFFICES: 209 SHERLOCK BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE. CARMAN STREET, CARMAN GAY. lied Deer, .March F. Du- bois was to-day convicted at Red Deer on two charges of stealing cattle and sentenced by Justice Scott to five years in the Edmonton penitentiary or currently. In all tTiere were five separate charges against Dubois for cattle rustnng, two being thrown out owing to lack of evidence, affd thr i..ird being withdrawn. The accused was tried on the first charge before Mr. Justice Beck at Red Deer last November, and found not guilty, but the trial juage on the application of the crown reserved thr case on the opinion of the Court en iBanc as to whether the evidence ad duced was sufficient evidence of pos session of the ownership of the steers i in question by the defendant. The (Court en Bane, Sifton, C. J., Scott, J 1 Harvey J., Beck J., decided unani that the evidence of possession [was sufficient and ordered a new trial, as stated. Dubois was convict This was tho case of stealing two steers from the Hattley Ranch company of Daysland. Sick headaches arc not merely affliction? to be borne as patiently as possible they danger signals. They never come unless the digestive svstem is out of order, and their regular recurrence is proof positive of serious trouble and a warning that ihould. be heeded promptly. Sick headaches are caused by Indiges- tion, Biliousness or Constipation, and no amount of "headache will do more than temporarily relieve them. The only way to get rid of them entirely is to cure the Constipation or Indigestion that it causing them, nothing will do quicker or more effectively than Dr. Morse's Rut Pills. Dr. Morse's Indtsa Root arc purely vegetable in character, ire free .fromany harmed drug. For over fifty years they have bten in constant use in Canada, and haTC proved most effective in regulating the bowels, aiding digestion, banishing sick headaches and rotoring vigorous health. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills have stood the test for over fifty years. 250 K ill dealers. W. H. Conwock Co., Ltd., Brockvilk, Out. 7 Instructed by a Winnipeg; linn I will sell the above car of furniture positively without reserve, o i O .Beds. Springs. Mattresses. Dressers and Stands. Extension Table. Chairs. Buffets. Davenports. Bed Conches. Single Con dies. Oramaphoncs. 8 dav Clocks. Toilet Sets. Sowing Machines. Pillows. Lace Curtains. Tapestry Curtains. Oil Cloth. Linoleum. Kitchen Tables. Kitchen Chairs. All. sizes in trunks also valises. Stoves of all kinds and sizes. Carpets, lings. All kinds of granite and tinware, positively "new. and a .irrcat many other tilings too numerous to mention. This is a chance of a. lifetime for everybody to secure new furniture. ete.. at their own price. Terms Cash. Goods must be removed at once after the sale or on the following' day W. L. WILSON, Auctioneer NOTE THE ADDRESS ROUND the Eureka Theatre. Watch for Phone 585. Flag 1 i I I I ;