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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday; May THE LETKBRIBGE DAILY HERALD CITY COUNCIL TALKS APPOINTMENT OF NEW ENGINEER Mrs. McColl Who Was Deported in February is Back in the City Oae of the busiest men in the city these days is A. E. Humphries, Dorain- ion Immigration agent here. Few peo- i realize the amount of ground that j Mr. Humphries has to cover in the j performance of his duties. His terri- j tory covers practically the whole of j the two provinces ot Alberta and Sas- jkatchewan, from Portal on the to Kingsgate on the West. The genial immigration officer has very little to j say about his work as a rule, but this morning he informed the Herald that he had been on the road practically every day for the past two weeks- in connection with the work o? settling is levied do not front upon any street up the lien notes for the seed grain that in order to effect the tributed last year by the government, jstreet extension certain lands must lots until these steps have oeen Mr. Conybeare for the city said thatj r. Ball was right in contending thatj He' i j sewer extensions Gait Park ,053, sewer outlet No. 3 new power plant poles and wire Great West will be ac knowledged to that effect. Gait Park The Board of Trade will be notified that little work done to Gait before the bylaws .pass anc in the meantime the city engineer will be asked to lay out the'walks proceed, with the grading and get the grounds ready for seeding.; Sript. Mitchell will te asked 'to prepare. for the seeding of the grass seed as soon as the ground is ready. The- seed -will be sown this year, even before "tie walks are put in. Closer Watch Over Supplies The payment of the.account of the Roy Electric Co. as "revised in Supt. Reid's report was recommended.'. The hhow held, however, the land by purchase front if-possipie. Last night Mr. Humphries got wise He; claims tnat Reed street exists metres ?588 and Montreal, May five children of Philcas Patrie, a French-Canadian Censure Medicimv. Hat, May 2. At last night's, mccti-ug of the council, Police farmer, were burned to death Sun- Magistrate -Kealy was severely censur j day night in the Parish rof St. So- cd for holding the city bylaws up to ifihie, Megantic County, Quebec. The parents were out visiting, leaving the fidicule." His .fine of five cents im- posed, on a citizen last week for a j house locked and-found only, ashes on violation of water bylaw brought i their return, biatters to a head .and "the question 0f Ms removal -from office will be taken up with the attorney-general. to the fact that Mrs. Blanche McColl, wiU: toe extended. It is quite m order jnumber of smaller items who created so much excitement here I to make the assessment first and find last winter in the police court by cost after, and he quoted the ing when she was informed that the charter to prove this. Everything has immigration officer from Winnipeg was here to take her bad: to England, was in the cMty once more and living with her paramour David Britton, a carpenter of the city. She has had a varied career with this man since she left her husband in England, having been done except find the cost of get- ting the land. said in return that the school boa'rd have received no offer or notice that any land should he re-j Legal Assistance for Chief The license and police committee recommended that Giiief Gillespie be given legal assistance in police court and that the. city solicitor be .asked if he can undertake the work and at what cost. The .chief wrote saying miired The board' has not been continual work in the court Preached at The better My where she first met him. From there she returned to England but later re- turned to Canada and lived in Ed- monton, where she again met Britton. J McColl followed them there, and to es- .cape him, she .and Britton came to Lethbridge last February. It was while here that she was apprehended and J after a fight with the immigration au Think how good this cigar must be. From a world famous Toronto, May brokers are unable to explain trans- action in .C.P.R. stock on the :Nev.- York .exchange otherwise than that speculators-on the American market are advance by continu- be to deal with the board and other owners so as to know what the land Adams said apparently the j the best legal talent in the telling.on his nerves. Acting Fire Chief Hardie wrote sug gesting that .the mayor act with him as trustee of the fund of which the city. The mayor said there into the knew no thing; of. of wnich man council-was doing right ibut had-start-1 been .given: the, city brigade by ed. at the -wrong ea'd. citizens Mr. Con-ybeare admitted that Mr.! The works and property, committee 1 iBall'slsuggestion would be better that the resignation of ene-o-pofori arHnnrnino- the matter It i City Engineer Arnold be accepted'and thorities was sent back to England suggested aajournma tne matter, it Within two months slio came oack to was ordered to be done two weeks steps be taken to secure a suc- Canada, and it is alleged that Britton hence. sent her the money for the journey although no proof, positive of this can i be revealed. At any rate on her return she was met at Grassy Lake by Brit- ton and for the past few days has been living with Britton on Thirteenth-; St., where she was seen by a citizen on who put Mr. Humphries ous. short sales. In Toronto it is Last., night about nine v i o clock he called ?.t the house and whispered that the-dividend- in some C0ntrov6rsy witii Brltton ber would be increased to 36 cents took Mrs. McCcii inro custody and im- mediately no'.ified the- authorities at district in Cuba we the-quarter, and that a dividend of 126 cents would be paid by 76c. from the railway and 50c. from land holdings. Several Toronto people are making fortunes out.of the port, all the tobacco that's used in making Baled Havanas. We gladly pay thou- sands of dollars each Winnipeg, asking what should make of the cs.se. disposal he Mrs McColl year for import duty risinS stock. W> Y "cr II give you the best cigar for the money ever made by hand labor. By methods exclu- sively ours, we mellow the its fine flavor and rare fra'- grance and then our everts work this to-, bacco into the best smokable shape possi- Chester, England, May The Ches ter sovereigns .for. three and claims that she was stopping over in Lethbridge on her way to the States and to be to con- tinue her jourutfy, but Mr. Jiuniphri.es couldn't see tiip matter that .vay. cording to the law governing the case the woman may either be deported or sent up for rivo years, having coine to Canada without a permit after having once been deponed. If Britton were _- Gus Neidig sent in a bill for for clothes" destroyed at the Balmoral cessor. Hotel fire' while helping. the city fire brigade. "Ask for Donation The Caledonian Band asked the count cil for. donation toward buying suits) for the Band, which would cost; The" communications from the Board of Trade re Gait Park were read as reported recently. iM. Ritchie reminded the city that wage clause has been adopted by' the city and asked the council to see that it is enforced in their work, especially- at the fair grounds. .Improved Streets The works and property committee reported that it had gone over several streets of the city and found things rapidly improving under the manage- in charge of the work is-not. the employ of the city could 'be received from him. Aid. Goode thought there vestigation ,fcy the storekeeper to see where the carelessness, was and "by if possible. U he report of Market Master Stew- art was filed. It was' moved that r'Mr. Ritchie's letter be filed.' 'Aid. Ashcroft wanted to know the position -of the city in the matter of fair wages. Mayor Adams explained that the general fair] wage clause is no good Whooping CROUP ASTHMA COUGHS BRONCHITIS CATARRH COLDS _ A gioplc. gafe and egertiyc trnataaBt cbitl avoidlnitdrasa. Vaporized Icoa paroxysms of 'Whooping; vui croa? to motbers wi Scad is postal for ALL DRUGGISTS Trr Aatl- Us successor. The matter with the Works and Property Corn- -OQde said in reply. to. Ashcroft WHEAT MARKET Winnipeg, May pricea in Winnipeg and American markets are as follows: -wheat opened 95 1-2, closed 96 1-8; July opened 96 closed 97 3-8; October opened 90" 1-2, closed 90 5-8. opened 34 3-4, clSsed 35 1-8; July opened 36 -1-8, closed 36 1-2. opened 2.34, closed 2.34. July opened 2.36, closed" 2.36. Feed "61 No. 5 NOJ 6 S4 r that wages have been increased. Tee 1-2. No. 2 C.2 W. 35. -Barley _ motion Carried 'NTn _ XT. -rrr carried. Petition for Water and Sewer A petition from residents in the Duff Addition for water arid sewer on Charles street from Glyn-to: Cutbill, was read. A motion .was off ered to grant the petition -but .Aid. Bowman nients had been made. up. The council decided to do the work as soon'is possible, it being pointed'; ont NO DAM-AGE BY FROST might be done in joining- other lines.} There were a lot'of houses to be serv- found guilty of aiding her to return jment of Mr. Seaman, the new streets to Canada he also would be liable to a superintendent. Seventh avenue south JKc omOOir'ny, cven- i ly and sweetly to 'the iast "puff. The lighting end is large, lights easily and draws freely. The.fla- vor never varies it's fine of ?500. Mr. Humphries this afternoon re- ceived a telegram from Winnipeg in answer to his-telegram of last night, instructing him'to hold. Mrs. i ways the inooth and iroughout. same, was won today by Mr. C. F. Gretton's Maaz, who engaged in the Derby. Sol Joel's Sunder, was second- and Lord Derby's Oliver Goldsmith third. Also brook. the right party, and to await further instructions. A woman from the head at Winnipeg will be today to take her learned that i charge. Herald today IN MISSOURI j since Mrs. McColl was deported to j England last February, her husband May i. A tornado j nad served a jail sentence, so that it struck Sedalia today and damaged very likely that her attempt to come to Canada again to live was cot only is being levelled and graded and will be completed shortly. The committee recommended that in future all cul- verts put in at street intersections.-be The market committee reported renting the market property on May 8 to hold an auction sale of horses for the sum .of the property to tie left In good-..condition. Miners' Band Concerts W. 'Needham appeared on rear> three-inch plank for sides and) "There is less harmony in bands four-inch for top, the top to be check-iand choirs than in anything'else onj gaged, even if they have: to pay ed..dqwn one inch on the sides and no J Aid. Goode (laughter and ap- nailingNdone. They recommended al-jpiause.) so the purchase of two hand carts for j Aid. Bowman said that something PERMITS SHOW GROWTH May Al- bert building permits for April show another' remarkable TORNADO Mo., perty in a path two blocks wide and "mellow a'mile and a half long. Mrs. Isaac the result of her ignorance of the law. iReed and George Alspaueh were als? effort on her part to es- _ _ i fp.np ft rmshsnrt tt-hr, at hocf Stop, in the next store [fay flying glass. A number of houses yon pass and buy were .torn from their foundation and you will say it s the jar best cigar you ever put! between your lips. cape a husband, wiio, at best is none too deslvable a companlOD. trees were snapped in twain. Exact Size Gaste Company Manufacturers of Baled Kavanas. E Mora, Nit Linda 19-26 King Street, Lo AVIATOR WILL DIE Tvluelhauson, Germany, May t.eniuu 'Rosc-r. of the German Army, i'ST. JOHN'S BIG INCREASE IN should be done with regard to the Mr. Harper had told him That the city had worth of in-s.vu- ments in his care, if the prss >nt bandmaster cannot keep a band 000 or for him-: if he is still available. carting light material In the business centre of the -city, and reported that a team of horses had been purchased for the city. report the same commit- tee recommended a separate conden- ser outlet from the power house to the river, approximately 500 feet, at report to the council regarding can do tfie work. must increase over the record to date......The figures are: April 1910, April 1911, 'First Aid. Sage remarked that when Mr. ifour months 1910, correspond- Arnold was appointed, j ing period 1911, S319.635. choice was a municipal engineer in j A three storey frame Glasgow. It might be well" to see house was burned out early this morn- ing, the sixteen occupants succeeded seiner, they should get another. said AId: Ashcroft, "what, we moved that Mr. Harper be asked to want is a man of experience, who we "It is not the money I. am looking effecting their escape. Loss is cov- a cost of ered.by insurance. VOTE FOR IN ICELAND London, May re- A Disputed Bili With regard to the bill of the Roy Electric Co., Supt. Reid reported the details of the bill. The conduit was (sold to the city at lOc a foot and the jband. Aid. Sage thought that the have the training such as Mr. Ar- ports brj information jlicity committee should be authorized j did not have when he undertook ba Vn rtVi A riA v 1 _ IMMIGRATION St. John. May im- boxes at 27c each. He figured >vas so seriously injured there is no j hope of. his recovery. His machine was smashed "to pieces. them worth 5% c and I7c each respect- check over tie Inventory. Police Chief's Report the work for the city. the right of suffrage Aid.. Sage maintained that the mat- men who have reacaed the age ,of Chief Gillespie's report for April be left to the Works and Property I twenty-five, showed receipts for licenses committee to get a good man. Aid. J pound dog taxes and finesJBowman said If advertising be done costs total Forty- he in engineering journals. Aid- Gecdw to be returned as second handseven cases were tried in the police said that the work to ue done should LIABILITIES; SMALL ASSETS material. The companv has agreed the month- adTertisement and nfooft to. pay xoc a foot for the The recommendatioa or the Haf duit. and for the other. committee that Chief Gil-jwnrks (whose factory is situated in Lachine with the boxes .vrould make a be given legal assistance in the In his resignation, Mr. Arnold went into voluntary liquidation vage of A puraly bast thJng for ths tanclsr skins of chifdrerjy yst powsrfui enougj? to an adait's ohronso ssre hfghty fsatlwpsls; pain and smarting- oc-0.1 EsafipHGri that IQ Zs.w-S it E? police court was adopted. Grest West's Application Regarding the Great Saddlery jCo. for a site in the city industrial; land, which, they applied for, tbej mayor remarked that once the city' i gives the transfer the city loses con- 'tro3. The land is all snb-dMded and1 several inquiries have been made re-J [Carding ft. The council shor.ld adopt! ia genera] policy regarding it. He and! Bowman suggested renting it to- I the firms at an annual nominal rent- Aid. Bowmar. thought, the that he would agree to his resignation rand Alex Desmarteau was appointed being accepted OR the appointment of provisional liquidator. .should be short, ion sr.d stores ssil SCc. a box. enough to make; sure that the industry is bona and then sell it to the firm. It was'' decided to refer matter to the! the' solicitor. The to letter froni Headaches nausea indigestion muddy complexion pimples- bad breath these are some of the effects of con- stipation. The mild, sensible, reliable remedy is They contain latest discovered and best evscuaiU known, empties the bowels without the sSghtest discomfort and without dls- t'urbiog; the rest of the system. Constantly increased doses ire not necessary. 23e- If your dmerla has not yst them, send 25c. and will nail tlwnv CoenaicQ! CoropnnT of OurvJa, Limited, ;