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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta } 'l'ii�sd�.v. March 28, rm: lkjhbkidgi: iiaily hkkalp COLUMBIA BATTERIES SpiirkCoih 8park Plxif^s. igrnition 8iipp]i���. W. L. McKenzie k Co. KLECTRICIA^S 70�ard Ave. Phone 637 DES MOINES WAY OF HANDUNG PUBLIC WORKS USUALLY ONE DOSE COUTTS RANCHERS I ENDS DIGESTION AppROVEPACT Coal, Ice and DRAYING IP Vtostem I'ranfffflr Company LON^ Blips- ^ropritfr*. Offi^a next Aiead*. (Aid. A. J. Samii, in the C�lB�ry Af-bertan.) Ml'. Jolta ilacVJca*,. tlie (toroinissiou-l or in charge of the large spending department of streets and puolie im-prorementB, � jK a landmark iti De� Moines, bav^ug ibeeii idetttified with tb� city's atfalrg, as aidonnHD, mayor or ccrmmieoloner, tor th� past 2rt years. He i.3 an aatute pellttcian of nt.a fe-wlde Kept clear o-f unsigtiiJj^ rubbish and^ the pavoineiitK in the biisicesB section ' are washed dowb regularly and kept^ DynV^i^tHiit. ft e kv I b ii r ii. Oam and all Hlfiiiia^'h d'ls- ............... ' scntpiiloiwtj- cl�tin. ; if your meals don'i H' cointoi-iiibl.'. A newspaper man ti-oni one of thejor you feel bloaJpd after ftating, and vou believe it in the food which fills ' you; if �-hat little >o',i oat Hps like a I'lastern State.'i after a siipoTflclal inspection of uoudiHons in Des Moines, �-ent hoiop and told hi� readers that the 7>eopl?> there wen> in for show- that they KplBrch 27.-The Oalt iown timi9tic e.'ippcutions. pair work in general. It Is he who ap-iure of rooeting Mi', .folin J. Hamilton, I>rovea of iho city engineer's ostim ates, und pasues upon the worfe of all public contractors; hv has control of the istreet lighting, incinerator* and of all the officers and omployoes und�r his department. He has supervision over all publk: service utilities and fi-ancbi-iod corporations, and it is his dnty to report t� hts fellow commissioners on any faljure ivpon the pa)-t of any, persons or corporations to comply with thp provisidna of their contracts. This, as -srill be oDserved, Jk a lar^e programme for anj- one man to 15c EVBNI^a ,' ' 7 to U" TODAV Ramona's Father ' ^XiT^ Spoonu Sam ^"^I^JX^^": ^ NUVA SCOTIA-.a beautiful scenic Redham Orphanage Annual Festival WEO^ANO THtfpipAy-THE MAIOOf NIACMkRA or Gastritis, or -by anv uhoi name-aiwa.S'a remember that a nert.Tiu cure is watting at any drug Hto-.-> th': Moment you decide to begin its � Pipe's Dlapepain ^-ill rosulfl-e .-in)-i oiit-oifrQrder stomach within tivc niin-' utea,'and digest promprly. without nny iiuas-or discomfort, all of .-luv kind of jfood.itpu est. FEATURES OF THE RECIPROCITY BILL ada has been .?:J.OO. The duty on hay going into th\in.l5f aiftd cheap. .4%reaieat advaata^Q-aud baa the sati(fa�-lien tii knowins it. And the habit of LXTBLMCBVT BUYINO gj-ows on UiirMtervedl MonSale .iltoeKHa Mtock yards C;aJg:ar.v At 12 o'deck ffl Kfltll HIRSES Inatructfd by F. C. Caitly, m^ HEAD ,^,0 SUCKING COLTS , 3a YEAIt,I.INGS Balanci^'OTX-A'.iK of t'. ; and 4 yeftj- olds, mostly mayei� 'l*his 16 "a- flrs^etase' lot ' of h'orsep of Clyde breeding. Plent,v of bone; averagp, vi'elsht of prown horses 1106 to 1350 lbs. Instructed by Mossro.. Balcowski �� H�d-Unger. HM) flead Compris- u and 4 year olds, luosilv toarea. This is a first class i>.uneh of horses, good eiualitj-und plenty of bone. ICQ liefid of broken horses, being well mated; teams, delivery h-orses, single drivers, saddle horees, etc. Some of the above will be wld i�i oprtoad lots or in (iu�nt?ti��. to- suit intending r.urchaiifrs. �-rTEIIMS CASH - NO PE8EPVE A. |.aK**lli Aucttenaor lM>|th Ay*. East, Calgary Phone 13�t l*�r entrici can bo rs-aaivfd far (hla sale providing tHoy ai't without rotorve even goes so far am to say that the school board .should be alwllshed and ita functions exercised by the commission. It may be obserred here that In Des Hloines the 'scbcol board is largely a. banker's pro'DOsition, and in many qusrtftrs T Iflarued that mercenary BMrtivea. Btich as hnndllng the deposits, and favoritism In. awarding contracts WBB ver;- prevalent, which, perhaps, acQounts largaly for the �tR Moine.H covers an area, of Gi'tj i,^,,,.),: some curious fr:'.ti:n's' in thp Gana- f''om Billings is longer and cousequenl-diiin reciproclt'.- acrcon-.rnt. shov.-inj;, b' more costly than that from uorth-how m.iny secM^n of the cnniitrv -'M;)ertn. whore thousands of tons arc affected hv whiit, ,,u tin- -^;'.^^ ^^^^ than Calgary, which mvolvps the .gradi 5ng, sewering, paving and cleaning of' ^^'''cu '�rMub.'-vr.f � wcvc unuer li:.^-a veiy large mileage'of streets.' .*s I i cussioii � the first thought was that haye already indicated the work itself; their irec entrv into f'anadH wouiil is admittedly being well and ef;onoml-' help Now Tort and Wisoon.sin Thi.� cully done, but their methods of appor-� is true, but it wan found tiiat, awiiv tloning and paying the .cost of thesei tip in tl:c ' an.tciJan wfst. in Albpria local improvements is open *to critl-'and S;is!,jtohewan, -rttiers hiivc ;ic-ci;.sm. There is �. Stato la'r- in Iot'h j qijjfg^ apu'-'^itps to Taber, March a7 -It seen'is cej lain | that rumors which have been circu-1 lating for some time lo the effect i ' that Taber is to have an addition to j this ve�r cattle men in Ncahoru! weeklies, will shortly W { .Montana righ-t up to the international i ^^'I^ old-timer m , Taber, who has receatly removed | from California, and come back lo, his old love, lias dcetded that there [ is room iti Taher for another tip-to- : date paper, and tells us that, his stuff is now on the road. ilr,. Sc-oit ex-pect.s his presses to arrive is a .week or .';o, and as soon as "possible he will get to work on w^hat he says will bp a live paper-. Tie statps that MiP has alieady secured a good bunch . of .advertisers, and the news co'unin.'? line in fact, had to send to Billings, -Montana, in the Ycllowstonp valley, right down in the southeast coruer of the state for their hay. 'i-fae haul The- GoaKlBie anyway, especially in Trie nein-hbor-,ho(vi of Ssattle. The Coko Question Siii Null Je Nei It JIH lUri JIM � , V, ill bf rlUc'l ^vit.b items oJ interest. .Mr. Remington is also of ibp opin-| to cerv Tahpritp. incUidiug reports I ion thot ,he removal of the duty on |! and Boaril of Tr*ne meet-1 t.'oniuetition does .^t present despite the d-jiy !n.:ch of I'r: ."'V " ��'OPf>-'^inft ofthe big nen- aisbool .=t countr;.-.' the cnitlyuig property in Des .Moines is paying a tremendous tax, iu some In stances the taxes lei'led bcsing actually only C.ipf i.'ud but Wisconsiir tmd New .Jprsf.. will be spnding in'ivh sniolters fo use. Cattle Losses equal to the total valuo of the propsr-1 larger qu.rnative of paying for their im-� present plan of governiii*nt bocame a)-!P''o^'''''��"*s in spot cash, or may fin-fective. when they depended largeb-! ''>^^'^'^'^ improvement certifi-. upon fae moon. Indeed. .Des Moines'� at iCne banks, and pay 0 per, �'.Great AVhito Way" fWalmit streets cent, interest thereon. Citizens of CaI-1 18 QrtidUed.orith being the beat lighted '^^''^'^ """^ accustomed U> Unvtug stroll In AmeWower of inten- � ^'^^^'^ '^'^^^ I drew the slve lishting costs them $l-.589 per an- "'^'""t""' 'J'"- Vtac\ic8r to this mat-jum Der block. *-e par JSl'o per block ^ f^*'" I'rankly admitted the weakness.' tor the raeamireof 'i.?bt* wi)i,.h'we ea-'*'"' said that iat^'' 'J'-' knowledge of .conditions 'jr lack of funds were unable t-.i _ .forsee and make prrnaration* to meet tlio situation. hundred thMusan.i of thp.=;e are �n;t I '^'l"* '^^^so" "'"" the hard into ( u.'Mda each year, c.^nvidian. ; ^^""''>- f"'"- in one essential obliged 'A:,- l-n,ted State, by redue f"""'- ^^^^^ ^f" f''' ing the ..nd it ts ex-pected that if"�"'^'^ ^^"^^ '"'-""f o'^" ^ ~ � , , Uic counir.v. This ye.q.r it was l.-^cal. many nM..rp apple and enenv tiees.^^^^ p,^,.^^ ^.^^.^ ^^^^ will go in'n Cniartn, n f.ip ajrec-nipni ,,,,, gj^,,,. ,jj,^ n)aek{^oear'f gra.�*; Kov. T. r, Bourke, pastor of Br.>.s is called for Kriday "i.^t. when ar-|roTth"et?^ TH^^'^r^*^^^ rangcment. will he made for the i,,,,ds to have the m.tterli�"vi,S' meeting oi the t onvent.ou oi the {, committee Snd board mevtlali 'A*' various Boards of Trade of KoutheTn test in Kent school haa been aiiBja'lii-.-\lberra. wbieh will he held at. an separating the bo>-B and �lPl�*fS (n% early daf-e -\rrane,e!nKJi1 are also under senior classes, and ratult* **'*MiWa wav 'factory. W^ile we in Calfiarvithe city on the .nieric-ans-are behind the British In ' v;eaStv'"'of'I'ie- ,_j-ojJuienti:i� some phases of municipal govamment. i. ''�'^;'?r' asife'i 'ii'os A very large amotiB' of money and In tomorrow'B letter I shall take labor has been expended in repairing,the department of aceountB and who are oontemplatlng the instnlLt-! tion of t\i"^ Tungsten larnps. Pavements and Sidewalks 0 .'-thi re un'i'fn,"V'"! '"�," """I'l-*'! t''^at fr was :,t re up s,crel. gi.-t.pIy prpp.r sJiaropooinf. r��i� faulty pavements and aide*-alks, andiauc-es, presided over by Commissioner "nlS not Swa?i iJ^.., fo%hI^"'l\tvl, it is the special poH'J?.- of thp depart- CharlPis W. Schramm, and further com "lie found Hirsufor.e''-"? t,'?,; nient to make and Ijee.p the city in s pare the inetbtxis of civic financing tt.e"scalp" sToii �"co'o'i'' healthful and fileasant condition, prai.tised in Des .Moines with those in �-�"!'"� a"i3 thp":;a.h- �.-�s '"^u.'J; )tw,:, store Lanos and alleys and waste places are.rogue in our own > it;. "^-nirJ" ur""pf�"?'- "olr  ' '"�^' L. h. fowler & IVe hme in stock two hand-made Delivery Wagons for $90 each 'al; and aee them bB.'ore buy;ng Also one tivo'horse Delivery Wagon for 'I'his is a first class wagon and will carr^� ISOO pounds. $165 :i?lAisaMe. Wash., .March. 27. Po.ii-storif.;-, high, hniU of cor.cre-e, reeiv lori'flri and stone and i-overing a ste oO oy U:l feer, Tflll be tho Labor tem-' pip 10 oe erected this .vear by the i.r-ddes �.iiiiops of ripokane at a coat . or $no,000. The features o'' tbp ini-it-tuiT:- will be a gymnasium, reading aud I-ninging rooms, a plunge :10 by Id.* feet, ovelen halls with seating capae tty ran^-lng from 150 to 1-00. a large RUdltorJum. twelv* office suites aud I two store rooms. The lighting, heat and ventilating systems. , . - - 'he most inod :,ise. The montv i� being raised by Tout- Nval Di-jjr Store iviJi ' si'^Hiug stock to memhera o'' the local [f^i/if^Jfi^l^i'"^''-; or,ani.atiot.s. in.r own it to herself i, try ft. David C. Coa'.ei- Opportunities ^1^^^ ejice|�ti�aaily prsfitalaie,!.^' in res Omenta c�a�u>^ oeetsiaBaliyto'evstfNBS^i,^^ But it is onl>- lUe mati, wka.haa hnilt,up-a.;S�Tiiiyg>, Bank Account wkocan t]rket�rtBl'�fe-�f't%em�:- y^'f H"' We trill g-ladiy yov. save the. Bioiie.y;/ aail'.'fitrS'. -oil Kluiid a-d-rice un it.? .siibsequeat ii-ive�tm�trif^ J'�,tiv\ -n'ish. One Dollar open* an Account. ------ M�in Office car. Round 4 Redpath Sts.G. R. TINNING, Managap. Stirlins Branoh-A. H. Roaoh, Aotlng Manager. Grassy Lake-E. W. Luetthardti Manager. 4 THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D.. D.C L,, Psmioint ALEXANDER LAIRO, GENrr*i. Mak^qer CAPITAI,. - 510,000,00(3 REST, - .^7,000,000';; THE SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY ALL LETHBRIDGE DRUGGISTS iDiini-inioD ol pjb->� works, acquired the fit-si share: for |ii:: at tin auction. �vTlie Caiiadiaii Bank of Coninieicc will reL-ei\ft deposits, of.v.$.ii,.?' noriicn ot the deposit, Smsjli^ . The unions are no\v meeting ill oif-' tieposits are welcomed. : 'ferc'iK parts of the i-ity, pu;ing a total Ajcounis may be ope: fa in ilie iiaiiicb ot'iwo or more persons, ^SjttiBv ri.-ntal annually of .$,s,oOu for liaMs and- operated by anv'one ot the number or l�y the burv'ivoi-. A joittt-aC^Sffiy otiices. �\\'hilo riiioliane cauno;. be re-' oKthis kind savis expei:s,- in eitablishitig'' the owiiei'ship flf 4h�(rroi^ViH garded a. atriC; union city, as the open' jji-fer deatii, at:d is c^ner.-allv useful wlieu a man tiesirfts to,prof^e^;f&ll| ,shop policy is maintained by the laig-: f^,. ^ther- depending- upon him, in the event ofliis *�ltfl � 'St employers, the varJoua tradss are . '"�'��a i.-t-'-�OTP ^�o�.fer..cii.v.ryd.y.Hm.BitS-;;:f'::::;^t^ Branch ^ - C. G. K. Nourse, "Iff^ ;