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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta May THE LETKBRIDGE BAIL r HER ALB Page 5 rr icstic W. B. Sherman, Mgr. Phone 646 LOCKE Musical Theme by Joseph Carl Brell A: play of sweetness, -Sieerful- ness and Strength SEATS NOW ON SALE 50c Phone 646. TO-NIGHT PROF. MENTAL PSYCHIC AND MYSTIC CO. HYPNOTISM, MAGIC AND ILLUSION, VENTRILOQUISM, MIND. READING, MESMERiSM, SONGS., ETC. THE MOST TALKED OF PERFORMANCE OF THE SEASON 25c. EVENING 7 to 11 Special Special A thrilling story of the high seas, depicting a between pirate ship and U.S. Man-o'-War PEASANT LEADER WASMURDERE! Budapest, May, 16. Hcrr Achim, peasant-party in the the [Hungarian parliament, was ASKS THREE THOUSAND A YEAR To do the Entire Legal Work of the 'City. FAIR WAGES Brought to Attention of City Council by Union Representative When the city council assembled this afternoon for its regular meeting tliose present were Mayor Adams and Aid. Bowman, Sage, Goode, Ashcroft and Frayne. K. Palmer solicitor for Henry .Backus, wrote asking the council to recompense the latter to the extent of or assume hospital and doctors fees and give him Backus was I injured while working for the city last, winter. C. F. P., Conybeare, city solicitor, wrote a hot 'letter to the council aboutj the bill from W. C. Ives for which i the council has "been paying by retain-; ing !Mr. Conybeare's salary" as solicit-j or. Mr. Gonybeare said he was quite able to pay the thill and would have done so if Mr. Ives had presented the Dill to him. He said -he was willing {to pay S200 although that was top I much. He protested against the a'c- jtion of the council in taking the law 'into its own hands and paying his Sills. I Xhe residents on Fifth avenue in j .North Lethbridge petitioned for the Are Your Kidneys Working Properly? It Will Par You Well to Make 5m There's been a lot of "guessing" about rheumatism and rheumatic pains gener- to the, Mayor and council for! council delegates to the convention to be held in Calgary next August. Electric Light Report Superintendent Reid's first quarterly ally, but you can be dead sure that little pain across your back came from de- creased kidney action. The kidney's duty is to filter the blood take .out- the impurities collected by the returning bloOd stream do it just like absorbent cotton in a funnel filters the impurities from polluted water. 'the 'kidneys are -not workin working you 'are .bound for. one of two, courses Dia- and Eright's Disease or Rheuma- Lumbago and. Sciatica. The for- mer course is usually fatal, and the latter always painful, but you need not have either, .as they both can be easily .pre- The .Verv best prescription for all kid- ney troubfes is Nyal's Stone Root Com- 1911, shows that the electric light de-i parttnent of the city is running along in the .same good condition as in 1910, and in spite Of the cut in the lighting rates 'beginning; in March the report shows that the., department was run during the, first three months at a pro- fit of nearly The total profit f-jr 1910 was about and this year 'bids fair to pass that excellent total receipts from tne de- partment for the quarter were 71, while'the expenditure was only leaving a gain of amount has' been de- pound. It is no medicine, jdtteted apply on 'debenture interest scientific prescription composed JStpneroot, Buchu, Juniper.- and- other remedies of proved value. More than that, it has been proved .by thousands had glad relief from its use. quite so miserable as dragging results of sick kidneys. You are trining with your own future when you neglect so simple a precaution, as a pleasant home treatment with Nyal'a. :Stone ROOT Compound when results are' oo-certain. It soothes bladder irritation, gives you rest and comfort at night, and makes lift once more enjoyable. kidneys, liver and bladder are all dependent 'upon one another, and Nyal's Stone Root Compound is particularly designed to ftelp them all. i MIVVA Sold and guaranteed ttr ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO. J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO. JACKSON COPE W. P. J. ALEXANDER LETHBRIDGE extension of their street to Thirteenth street north. Report on the Band J. G. Harper was present to give.a report regarding the Citizens' Band. resolution. Mr. RiteMe felt He has twenty members. :now and is One'fbr each everyday ailment rate.whether he is wortb it or not., 'Aid. Sage objected to threshing this old.subject over again. He wanted to get down to business. Mr. Ritchie and Aid. Erayne thought the council should do the Same as the Dominion and Provincial governments. Aid. 'Goode objected to any man com- ing before the council and say that the .council is going back on its word. This council has never passed any and sinking fund.' leaving a net profit of for the quarter. 15 the new street light- ing system -was-' put1' Into effect; and there '-are now" 140 incandescent Ughtrand 53 .arc lamps in use, making beth bridge one of the best "lighted cities in tihe. -West. During the -quarter the power house 1 kilowatts, and pump- ed" gallons of "water, using -tons -of coal from- the city mline. The plant undergoing some-' re- pairs. A new pipe is being put in and' :ths old discharge will be then used as an intake pipe for the waterworks system in case of emer- gency. The 1911 'extensions -are now under way and'1' will 'be completed in good time... Altogether this depart- ment is in the tbest .or shape and the inauguration -of a; sen-ice and new street lighting system in March has put the city on a -'footing with any other city -in Western Canada. Argument Over Legal Fee Aid. Bowman Amoved that -Mr. Cony- toeare be paid his salary in full to May 1 less the he is- 'willing to pay 'Mr. Ives: Mr. "Bowman said that he be- lieved that the city had been stung by 1 Mr: -lyes' account- as the charge is ex- cessive. He did not think that Mr. Conybeare should -be made to suffer as toe .city had not consulted Mr. Conybeare in. making the payment to Mr. Ives. Mayor Adams said there was no minutes showing that coun- cil, had appointed -Mr. Ives to act Itj had .'been done by. the Mayor; Safeguard Your footi sing Cream vf Tartar Its purify, wholesomeness and superior leavening qualities arenever A wo" NO ALUM- LIME PHOSPHATE astringent with very decided, rritant qumlltes, dwJbg'to -V taken Internally In sufficient quantity, It 1m emetic and purg atiye, and; xaay: soon, cause fatal jjastro- Intestinal n The esc of mJtim- and salts of In food Should be Harvard Una. ftottoo that ail of the cheap bukfaff conceal the of atunif read the label. had a right to present the working men of the city.' Henderson. pay He thought the. council is bill. "'Aid. Ashcroft saidU. STANDARD OIL AN ILLEGAL COMBINATION; tnat if the solicitor had agreed to pay the solicitor whom the city should name he should pay it. Mayor" Adams said that Mr. Ives says he is willing Aid.' Oliver wrote asking for leavejto nave the matter referred to a judge jof -absence for two and a half months. Jor settlement. Aid. .Goode thought McAipme's Complaint E. McAlpine wrote the council tnat something of that sort should be done. If :Mr. Ives is -willing to throw getting more and will soon ihave a -full band. Ke said he was not a union man and a number of his band left on this account at the instigation of local union. He is trying to get even j better musicians than those that left. JThe instruments are in the same posi- _ _ _.- tion and value as they were when hejengagement would cease June 1. so, the 'city should see that this made his last annual report. The; said he had received his nqtice from j is done. members of the band are all residents! Secretary Robinson because he didj Aid. Bowman said that if Mr.Cony- of the city. In addition he has a mim-jnot stay after hours to lick stamps to toeare had been paid-e part of his sal- I her-of 'bandsmen in other towns out assessments.' He knew the ary this year his resolution was out of auxiiiarv rneii who come work could have been completed in i of order. It was then withdrawn. Aid. Washington, May Supreme Court of the United States has thed Judgment of the lower courts that Standard .Oil is an legal combination and has ordered that it most be solved inside President Taft and his cab- regarding his being notified that his a part of .his "bill if the judge inet will immediately consider the entire situation ran-d-the advisability of pressing .for a federal incorporation act. scheme'" TVIr. "Consiryatijie WH-A member'for. "Nipissing, also'endorsed the resolutions. whenever .he wants them. He said theijiwe'l'by working Saturday, afternoon. could have a better band if he had j merely wrote the council to state more money to dp it. He got ?600. a (year 'but had to supply a building- for I practices, and the .music, so that all ihe gets out of it is about la month. He would like to have an his" side of tlie case, City Solicitor's Offer City S.olicitor Conybeare wrote re- garding the request of the council that he make a proposition to the MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN, Manager. extra grant to pay a small amount tolcOUncil 'for njs services in attending die especially good players. He court and city councij meetings, gested a year more. He said the] .Regarding the work in Dand would be better this year than last and with the extra money he could provide the best band in the West. Aid. Ashcroft remarked that he did not think the band had -been a Citi- zens' Band for some time back. Bring- in0- bandsmen from outside places did jinot make the band representative of the city. He thought it was up to tue city to reorganize a citizens' band !whether union.or not, citizens of composed He did want to depreciate the work of Mr. Harper in any way. Aid. Sage suggested-that Mr. .Harp- er present a written report. Mr. Harp- er said he would do so promptly. Moving the Labor Hail J. M. Ritchie appeared before ihe council asking for permission to 2. .police court he said it plainly was not. the duty..of, the chief of police :to .conduct the -cases. The crown, holds that it is the duty of the complainant in any case to conduct the case until a prima facie case is established. In import- ant cases the crown takes it up from -the beginning. -As-to. attending- the meetings of the council, Mr. Cony- beare said it would take a lot .of time. Ke said the time was not far distant when the council would have to get a. solicitor who would devote his 1 whole time to the city's work and that ne would have to be supplied with an office and a stenographer '-and also retain the services of- an -older man for consultation. This would: cost 0.00 to a year.'-After consulting partners they had decided to jthe Labor Hall back 33 feet in order j offer all the duties suggested by the j that they might have room to. t-ioctjco'uncil for a year: a new building. The mayor said iriat The Western Municipal News wrote if any building in the first fire 1mit asking the council to subscribe for lis moved it must be banked or! eight copies at a club ?ate and also to sheeted with metallic siding. If the send certain information regarding the city. Mr. Conybeare wrote that he had been unable to get a bylaw frorr. an- other city regarding "Carnegie librar- ies, as the libraries seem to come un- der the Public Libraries Act. i i be only temporary it would be alright to do, but if it is .for Jan indefinite period, it could not be done according to the bylaw. Mr. JKitoliie said it was the intention, of ithe unions to. sheet it Leases of Industrial Sites Regarding the industrial sites, he advised the council to let the property out on long term leases, say 99 years siding. The mayor said that .they would not have any difficulty in-gett- ing the permit to do so. A Question of Wsces Mr. Ritchie spoke also of the fairhvith option of jwage clause in connection, .with Grant for Dry Farming Congress work -being done on the exhibition] J. W. McNicol wrote the council buildings. The mayor said wages .asking them to pass a resolution auth- jwere not specified in the contract.jorizing a grant, of S5000 for the Dry (They are stated in all the other con-j Farming Congress if it is secured for a minimum wage 0.1' 25 cents JLiethbridge. 'ianjhour. Mr. "Ritchie said chat some! The School Board wrote asking the of the men were paid off at a lower, council to arrange for s. bye-election Irate than the union scale. They were to elect a successor to the late G. H. Goode moved that the city solicitor! be asked to write 'Mr. Ives to see if he is willing to have his fee submitted to a judge for consideration, in view of Mr. .Conyibeare's refusal to- pay the lull amount of ,the fee. Respecting the health committee's report re tubercpline tests of cows, the mayor moved -that the 'committee take the matter up. with the govern- ment to see who should make these tests and pay for them. It was decided to ask the Cry Farm- ing Congress committee of the Board to select a man to represent the city at the Western Canada Irriga- tion Association Convention at the ex- pense of- the Board of Trade. Aid. Oliver was given the leave of absence .he requested. A Grant The council recommended. a grant of to the Dry Farming Congress if it comes to Lethbridge. CONSERVATIVE SUPPORT CARD OF THANKS Mrs. R. F. Reeve wishes to thank her many friends for their thoughtful expressions o with- her during her recent sad be- reavement and also wishes to acknow- ledge 'the many beautiful floral tri- butes. kind and sympathy ;FOR LIBERAL-POLICY IVUv 12 White, Conservative member for. Xorih Ren- frew, has out strongly- in of the guarantee of bonds 10 Js1., R... "I amte said lie, ''that it would not be he best-interests 01 my constiUientsjIJ were to offer any oppoeition to ..this Coal for steam plough outfits. We can ply you car loads on short notice. Realty limited 323 5th St.- Phone 1173. bridge .if IED-OF 'STDNE MM BLADDER I sore over it and some of them were leaving the city as a result. Aid. Ashcroft said he had lookedi Johnston. Superintendent Scott reported that 649 tons of coal had been mined over the contract and he told the city mine during the 22 days Ritchie that he thought it was a good contract. He said that union wages r, should be paid. Mr. Ritchie said that by, the son of a land owner of !they ,were less than wages the name of Suiinskr. The tragedy working ten hours a day. He I grew out out of a parliamentary n0t object to the latter condition I tack iiMvde by the dead man. There is-if they were paid time and a half for where the killing'tne extra Ume. The m.ayor thought occurred ant1 have been sent was up to the men themselves. It to orevcnt a threatened uprising ol would be absurd for the city to ,say luiat any man sliall be paid a certain the mine was worked. The works and property .committee reported that electric lights and tele- pftpnos hod been installed in the pa- trol iboxes and they are being: painted. The finance committee recommend- ed the payment of accounts amounting to .SS. Delegates to Convention Tne secretary of the Western Can- ada Irrigation Association Disked the PILLS SAVED KiSVJ "513-jAMEsST., HAMILTON, OIS-T. 'Five years ago, I was taken down with what the doctors called Inflamma- tion of The paias iu back and loins, and difficulty in urin- ating, and the attacks, which became score frequent, amounted to unbearable agony. I became so weak that I could cot walk across the floor. My wife read in the papers about GIN PILLS and sent for a bos. From the very first, I felt that GIN PILLS were doing me good. The pain was relieved at once 'and the attacks were less frequent. In six weeks, the Stone in the Bladder came away. When I recall how I suffered and how now I ani healthy and able to work, I cannot ex-press myself strongly enough when I speak of. what GIN TILLS have done for inc." JOHN" HERMAN. 48 GIN PILLS arc sold at 5oc a for Sent on receipt of price if your dealer does not handle them. Sample box free if you write us, mentioning this paper. Money back, if GIN PILLS do not give full satisfaction. National Drug Co.. The original Gin Pills made by National Drugand Chcmicsi Co. of Canada Li suited, Toronto, are sold only in this box. Go to the COAIDAll For Good Meals Quick Service ;