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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Pnsrc 8 THE LETIIBIUDGE DAILY HERALD Tuesday, May 13, 1913 DROWNED AT Ki.NGSTON y 1 Council and Business Men Dis- i cussed Many Phases of i Civic Business CJCst J. W. LojiC ot tiarn- ilton. who v.ith Cpclct A. L Srr.itn, Vvas drowned at Kingston tast They were brilliant fcoj-s at Rcyal Military FERNIE WOMAN "WON'T STAND FOR PUGILISTIC FHED WATERS WAS ACQU'TTED "1 neu'di't >o'jr job fer a a minute Mr. very ecoc-jJasihiff remark itrowa 91 that if'cn.coc by r. Kps as ho was the cenrcil chamber "alons of uuzeos who h.iO 10 urce tbo council to boll doan curreui for tins oar The council a-J the delegation bad i'It> auJ the was ihe trouble they had !jaii with the notes which have been and tfco general dlRlculty iu ir.oaey. ilo showed them that the bank vas not loosenlc; up IU tLe lime being, bui that after money bylaws are pass- el which arc contemplat- ed, and the cash ie realized from the recent bend sale, tlie city will be able to wipe O'jt its o'lOrdrafts at ite bank, ar.d, ail will onco be i-Iiiu sail- IitK. Little Accomplished What was Ihe JunHotal of the visit of ihe ciuiecs ;o' the council chain- ter? So far as iir.medinte results ar-? What may come of It in the future remains to be Ali May resided of Wtst tlie COJQCI! do was lo promise Fernie. naoiea John Wills, was lodg.edfrtjat Utter oi the delegation set- In the city j.ul this afternoon, on forlh cbelr TCCCive The 02iy that tjld-ii'lj conic in for haziug was the firo (Iep.irttret.1. a ir-e Jolie oi li" fsM His Woralib alter iho had Carted; 'it's one cf Ibe most exyen- ihe in the "The sair.i? apples there us the intcrrjpLed AW. l.owrins. -If a sood tire dfpartiuect can pro- lent Lire uillh-K to jay. U a gocd jolice force c.ia prevent burglar- IGE and crime, we should I? wlllms to pa> for :l." And without asking tbat any o( ccnjmiiiOfF brins in spechl reports en the nnr.e.s touched, on by the coin- in it toe, iho co-ccSI on to tho consideration o' other business. Subway Bylaw Tbe subway Is at Ust under -say, Ji given i's first and sec- ond readings lestcrday. bat the dato of voting not set as the council 1 is putting through money bylaws for some roore. r.-blcb si 111 be vot- ed on at ibe time. The toral amount of money inro.vei tn the by-] now preparation, to be vot- ed as .soon as pjblisheJ, Is made up follows: Over eTpend in capital ac- count Cher i un department Over expended OQ street r.ill- ruy j.ui formation laid by his wife fault. He before jJaeis- tratQ Alexander tcaorrow (or priltm- ichry hearing. In the of the Luuibsr Co. Fred Water, Judg, consideration." Ttt council as wary as cabinet minister receiv- ing a delegation cf office sctkers. Aid, Levering Obdurate Will ibe police force be cut down? 'de-i H depends much on is asked ibat cided that the defendant vfas cot [nuestlon. Ask Aid- Ixireriagj chair- guilty of tbe charge of of fundSj as clairned by the O, Li, Boyoton, manager of tne Sym- mit Lake Lumber Co., has been in, town for a feu- on Left on the moniius train for the Mrs. A. B. Trites returned on Sat- urday-mornlcg's from where, she has been on. a visit ot sev- eral weeks. .Gordon Johnson, son of PoMmastsr H. J.-Johnson, arrived home on ,Sat- LTday, Irom Toronto, has teen attending tie Scbool of Science of Toronto University in" the Civil Efccinesric? course, in course .Rev.'J. F. and ?.-ife are at- Yeaierday's Eer_vice3 in MEtbodiat Church _ in charge of J. Robert? in the mornluz, and H. A. Wildes in ibe evening, man of the police committee, and he tell you that it Is better to prevent crime Iban to arrest the criminal after Ibe cnnie is perpetrat- ed, that so far as he is concerned lie dcesa't care ii the police make an arrest, and thai lie has lo be "shoivn'' before he will consent to the police force being cut dovin. ;lle Js convinced in his own mind that there are some .cilizsns Yiho want a vrids open town, but non.e cf U for Some of the other aMorman want to iveigh the eviJecce before coni- mittiag They ably the force could but nhere? They do not rranl (6 te- for daylight diamond rvbuciicS.-'- So nitaniime the poiJce force will remain as it is, but it is prell} safe to assume thai the d alec at ion pjt a spoke in the Chief's request for three new tnta. local improve- meats, 1H1 ami 1912 35.543 This sum will probably be increas- ed by 10 per ceat to nake tnrouslon !or the debenture discount, so thai ihe total issue will be abo'Jt The eity solKitor fiiBtructed to prepare bylaws fr-r the various 521- tt. They will be borrowed on the J517.000 remaicin? of the borrowing -er Etill available on the 1912 as- sessment, and it.rtill cot be necessary to wait uaiil after the court of revis- ion before adrcTlisius the bylaws, A Touch When a circus striaes after this, U think !t has butted ioto reck of Gibraltar in the dark, under a full head of sleani. Anything like a circus, -A tether it be a real c1r: cus or only a make-beltoe. will have to pa> JiOO a day license. .Menageries and animal come ucder tte same bead as circuses no'A, all the sanio fee. The amend- ed to that effect' yesterday, ix probable that (be region of the license hylaws is peached, EUOVVS of this nature will be taxed ac- cording to their schedule of prices cf adrolsHloa as in Calgary. The bylaw escaping P. Tracy as commiEsioner of commerce ar.d manufacturing was passed, as was CLARKE CO. Phone 453 The Ladies' Store Actdia Block ANOTHER ROUSING SALE OF SUITS WEDNESDAY fo interest many economical women, valuei worth up to in the 'Very Choicest of the Season's Styles, dj-j.1? CA Wednesday Bargain Just think of the eauns this anuo'-incemetit lueaas to very best stvles ne liaio had to show .it Kiebt to Dollars lets than resutar vMucs. and regular in these medium priced garments aro the best obtainable Fineit Iniported Tvteedc. and Serges In every svaiUed size from imaH Women'i to extra larje Women's as large as and 16. silk lined C "7 Cfl Fjnist Gingham Haute Dresser S2.25 Worth up to Imported Scotch Gins- hams lo checks nnd stripes plain Iti all all beautifully made garments, froporUotied and feet fining. Wednes- day cut with high waht line and neat pleats at tide Two big specials in the Millinery Section on sale for Wednesday only S5.00 S6.00 Values Worth up to Newest American models in Euit and street hais. Including the stnall smart sbapes P-B ntfj' a good shoeing of larger chapes In a collectlau of EOUIC forty-odd alike. .VVcdnesday Bargain J5.00 Values Worth up to S1J.50 Handsome street and dress hals, represent- Ing the iW'cltais ot leading Americ.m designers, beautifully made and trimmed In tto Jauntiest' I'ossllile nay.' Somo fifly to choose of a kiuO. Wednesday..........................56.90 SPECIAL VALUES IN SUNSHADES Worth 51-50 Kvcellent quality plain taffeta (op in guaranteed color; closd folding Dragon frames, unlnlikable steel tods, natural handles or long straight handle-, "ilh silver and oxidized, Wednesday Selling Newest Coats Wednesday Remarkably Cheap Offering Savings oi Fully One-third All our Newest Styles worth up to J2000 Included In this One-Day Bar- (f 4 M "7C gain Wednesday Special I I W Tliroe-quaners, seven-eighth and full length, lii a complete range of regular sizes, as well ns alt sizes for small and extra large from 16 to black, Unf, aod fancy worsteds, "whipcords and tweed mixtures. This is a saving opportunity you ihould mtsi If you are contemplating ff A A "7 C ths purchase of a new coat. Styles arc new and reg. values unbeatable 9 v also that containing the agreement between the city and Jos. Gilltsule. .The Lethbridge Turf Club waa unanimously granted the use of the fair grounds for May _4 and for races which may oc put OQ say, the summer. New Offices The old ijuestioa of quarters once more came up. Cil> Solicitor Hall ex- plained iiiai taO City cuull] DOt g up the tenancy of tbe Kean block for six monthe No lease JiaJ been sign- ed, but the clly had taken possession aud "DOT tli'e law governins; such casfio holds sood. The new quarlers' conimit'ee will once more Dusjr, as it Is Imperative that EOIUC diKcreat arrangement of due offices be made lo accommodate Mr, 'iracy Trho vrill offices clcce to the mayor. J THE GREATEST'POLITICAL GATHERING IN THE HISTORY OF CANADA FOR A CANADIAN" NATIONAL LIVE STOCK SHOW ol iVlulUtudo oi ir'eopie who Listened lo Sir Wilfrid Laurier at Toionty on the Liberal Policy Plans are under way for an annual winter Live stock exhibition inJToronto to eclipse anything given In Chicaea, r elsewhere on the American continent. Government and civic a'itUtance are forthcoming and a start will ba ade with the above buHdlng to cost seventy thousand dollarij Until the completion of other permanent build- ngs to accommcdale the big chow the present commodious buildings of the Canadian National Exhibition will be at he disposal of the Winter show management. The Premier of every province In the Dominion Is a vice-president f the show and competitions between the various provinces will, It Is expected, servo to stimulate 'thp alraady arge live stock industry of Canada. WILL ESTABLISH A MODEL CITY Edmonton, May Coal! Co r finsiiced by capital, which has expended In j and developing its coal pro- perties near Kntrriatle. C5 milts fCBt of build a model Itiage, near It-i vorita ihfs season. Contracts have Juat been awarded for forty others ho er- nclsd as soon the preliminary worit IA underway. TJic best Ideas of the bousing plans worked out at IJirltcn- head and Porl Sunlight, and Ont., be incorjiorotfi'l )n the Rttieia] scheme Tho whe-re 225 mtn are em- ployed at. present, are en Hie main line of the Canadian Northern One hundred and men bo aildetl lo the force within sixty daj'5. when the output la to he Increased to I2CO tortj of coal overy eight hours. The is eqt with modern rr.acliir.pry, nr.d has ox- ccpllonal Khippiiig being al EO within eas> of main line or tte Grand 'in.tiif p'acine Railway. Officers of the company realize that well-housed man is usually a. hotter worker, and more satlfrfier! wli lot, and they planned to ghe their emtjioycts bcsi lo be wilblti reasonoble llmUf. The raorte village, vhlch will Ihe eifl ployets ift lo be AUractively lalj out and wtil conform lo tbe natural lop fgraphy of Ihc aurrouridlng country Thert will be pa--ed streets and side with fcO'jUvarrfe, and every to' lagc will lir fitted oleclrlc llgh and modern Jmrrovcmcnfa, Tho fcjllrl lots avtr.ipo iert. iv pic. The Idea is tu secure a good, class of workers, atid ghe them ev- er> reason lo stay with the company. Those who hnt'e teen months with Ihe company be given an op- portunity to purchase house and lol Jon eiey lertns. ienxa he moieraie, as Ibe company does not xpect to profli in a financial nay by his The Pern bin a QukrritE, hid which s developing high grade sardslonn on the Pembina river, near Knl- nlstle, aEpo hag plaiiE to build a model iilago for its workmen, i'itty raeni re eniployei on tho works at preftent, iui 11 Is announced by W. HaU, ecretary of the company, thai this orce III be doublet! as Boon as the ilant li completed .The output nf 1.2 rjnarrles will be at leasi cubic feet a day. Tho deposits arc 250 per cent ab- ove the mean level of the F'cmblria on the main linos of the Giant] Trunk Pacific, acd Iho Canadian Northern railways. Tho colors ol the alone are end gray. Pressure teits the slotio comparer orably wllh producU of Ohio anil In- diana quarries. Tho clay overburden has beon found tO'be suitable (or fire- Ing and brlckioaking The com pany is planning lo Snstal a brlcV plant The Edmonton fort land Crmenl Co, of tthlch Hon. G. H. V. Bylyea, (eiiant-governor of Alberta, H chairman, will begin work nitb'.n 30 days on its town at Marlboro, Iht plant, coallnr IK to be opened early in JMne. J. U. Griffith. BOCretary-treasurer ol Ihe cor poratlon, announces that iho arrange- ment be along the lines carried oul al Port Sunlight In England. Workmen will nn opportunity to VJT therr I.OIHCB at actual coat, Shiy collages arc to be erected this year. Tbo toftuslte borders OE a beautiful lake. Novel Extuee "I accused Jack of btinc a mnle co- IIUE.UO." "What did he naid his continued tvna merely a course of str.limerttal etercise he (ahing to TrauncTlH. Any dealer who RubaUtutes any other tea for "SAI.ADA11 beci'Jss it glita him a llttto moro profit, la In- juring his buBineiE, ac Iha coniaiaor h on hla xuard against this. It to serve your c'lstomer with thg bast. DOUBLE WATERTIGH BOTTOM ;