Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
Friday. May THE LKTTTBKIDGE DAILY HERALD rage P NA'iTIUI. CiAS is not a luxury. II is ;i Nec- essity. It is mvi-ssiu-y to Uiu housekeeper who scrlss i-oi nt 01 1, i-oiivenii'iicc :ind econ- omy in lighting, cooking uiul htu'ing. It is m-o- essary to the liouseovaier who seeks to get the price foi- his properly. Houses piped for Natural Gits briny uniformly higher prices Hum those which tire not, and they attract n better class of tenants. h YOUR house supplied with Gas appliances? If not, phone us, and our icpraciilaUvc will cal! on you and lake your order or quote prices, Natural Gas Company PHOXli 1510 TWO CHEAT PEACB-MAKEHS Andrew Oarneale Lord Weirttals, chairmin of the Engliih dele- f Xclson Morris, the ranch T.M iloclc ed Tilth ISo largest horii ot full-blood ed cattle In ivorld- There Council Goes in for Some Changes Aid. Levering Makes Protest ATriumph in TEA Quality Pure, Wholesome and Delicious, with a full- new of flavour not found In ordinary TEAS. IN LEAD PACKETS ONLY. Black, Mixed and Groen. D. W. KBRR CO. HAVE SOLD THE FAMOUS MORRIS RANCH IN TEXA9 Minneapolis, Hoy O. TV. Kcrr Co. baa couiumated a d forolgn Kelson MorrU Midland, fTexa% The p-jrdiaso prlco TM approxl two TnllUon dollars. Mr, O. president ol Uio 0. W. Kerr CD, Tectully returr.td from uteodei trip lo Britain, There ho has bccfl for same Orao In connccUon "with toi dell. Final ncgotindons were jus 1 In CblcoEii Kerr, wllh mouibera ot tho torelgn e, lies for 'ho tllreo Veeki, cowiilelisg Oie dstalU of Iho Continued stveepms inductions In :he current executes ol llie city wen n order at the meeting of the cojucl last iiizht. When a motion to reduce the polko force to fonnet-n nen was moved by Aid. Skeitu, seconded by Aid. Mc.Vabb, Or. l.ovcrins hastily donned his coal and list, and T.'lth a 'Well, if JOJ ivaut a vside open city, you can have it, but tot with my consent." and despite the earnest pleadings of the to lemaln to the hitter end, ho heal a hasty re- treat., Aid. resented Doctor's as diit also the rest ot the Council. Mr. Skeilh felt that It was an uncalled for slur on the uty fath- ers, and on the dcn'jl ition of bess men ftho wallet! on the courictl ulth this and other recommendations, some, days ago. The council acted en these recom- mendalicns In legard to the not because the> wis'ata a wide ;jipn city, or because tbe> wanlcd to leduce- protection, but simply to cul down expenses. The nutter rcceivec earnest dellbeiatiou, and the rr.aiont> thought that the eipenees of the po lice departniEiit coulu' be cut down materially, without decreasing tin efficiency thereof. "We have at least 753, less Iras Blent population than we had tw years said Aid. Skcitb, ar our present police force Is 100' nearer efficiency than the force of two years This sentiment seem- ed to he the buideu or sons, anil AM. McNabb fell that if it were necessary to Increase Ihe force In order to keep Ihe city clean, it should by all means be done, but he fell lhat under the present conditions Ihe clb .could he policed with i smaller force. Tho mailer of creating a mounted police service for Staflordvnle was mentioned bul no action taken. The first motion made by Aid. Skeilh was wltbdvav-u in of a later motion by Aid. Alid, seconded by Aid. .Will- iamson, lhat two constables he taken off the force, one in the Kortb Ward and one In tlie business secllou, both to he taken off the day shift. The motion unanimously passed. The mayor expressed tho opinion that any reduction would cot me'el with the approval of the city at larse but staled that if the North Ward aldermen were willing to take th? r, sponsibiiity for their part of the city luld vole with Ihe motion. Stores Department stores department came in fo considerable -dlsc-uaiioii, and Alii akcilh finally made a. mollon, second cd hy Aid. Mc.XaTjb, that all _ auto mobiles at present used by the elt employees with the exception ot Jir Held and the fire department, he pu In shapo ar.d sold. The motion car Doubt as to the Location of the Grand Trunk Pacific Station one man In the stores ii. ijrtuuni be dispensed sith. Carried Engineering This department earn.' In for con sidcrablo discussion, ar.J ii wss mateb decided that tie series of ouc or two connected null me urparl- nienl In minor capaciiic-b (.odd be Espensed with. Street Railway The railway dcpartrac-nt is scheduled for fchcmcs .or reduction In expenses. Aid. Hamilton stating that ho is hav- llg prepared a tabulated Ftalement as to '.sett car's carniLss. EO the juncil would Do a tetter [.osillon o decide regarding iny change in service lending '.u a Eav- K in operating expenses U was suggested thai a or "V be Installed at the boatho-.se. so that cars running to the fair cround.E could double back e.l thnt utic-n (here were no attraction Et the Aid. Hamilton has also recomnirnded a change in schedule. EO itat cars will run at more ur.Uorm pericds, after each hour, so that patrons may know al just what lime a car will pass a certain place after each hour. The matter of 'free tickets for tbe mayor and aldermen, for use when in the Eervlce of Ihe citv was up, and Ilardie said he would allend to ihe matter. Scavenging The scavenging department came i Ottawa, May 15 Attri a two and jn aduilioiial twO[ lonsurumjttd tLe voluminous eudc-uce, the Hallway (.'uruiiiisiicm Landed down its deci- sion m the now famous Foil (iccirgc .stdttoa case. TLe application oi Hie bracd Tim.k 1'aciCo Hailroad t-j plate a Million on tbe eastern pan oJ the Indian Kesene, at the :U'.clion of the Kiasrt acd rr.crs in Central Dritiili Columbia, and to name tt.c station 1'rinie was refused. Tl.c of tl.e Natural and .1. llaiuinund, ol X'ancouxer, for a bla- tion on the v.t-slern JMrt of the He seru-, adjoining the Kort Ceorje towiisilc, and fnr the- staliun lo le nair.cd Tort Ocorgc, vsas successful 'I'bc decision orders Ihe Grand Trunk 1'acific railway lo ularo its blalion in the. western part of the Etcserve, thiee Ihousanii It-et east ol the townstte. Tiic railway br CREAM iINGfOWDER, Pure-r Reliable Indispensable Its fame is world-wide. Its superiority unquestioned., Its use is a protection against alum f9od. In buying baking powder examine the label carefully and be sure the powder is made from cream of tartar. Other kinds do not make the food healthful. THEY ENGAGED IN THE TARIFF DEBATE for sorce debate, bill AM. Williamson failrrt to.sre- much of the ex- pense could be reduced, 1m; saiil be get definite data ior later dts- cussfon, and expressed tfce opinion tlmt probably some smalt cuts might be made. Garden Pltls A motion to. have the mayor and maii of the worts and property niDilttee authorised to dravr up an reemcnt for the leasp of the garJeii ots in the river bottom was passed, t hat-applicants -may be permitted 3et onto toe lar.d very soon now. The matter of the 1913 eslimalcs as Inbled until Secreiary ould drafl a detailed statement as to xacl liabilities and assets. This mat. er receded some hours' discus- Tlio "C" Ranch, as II Is widely tho property of.the lalo Nelson Morris, of tho Morris 1'acktng Co., at During the. .llfsllrae The Wfrcs AH Carry Sniae "I W The ant TABLE You h3-egct In tK trrf. Icinil of oil en 11; Yon isn't la J TAtltl UlctKr I. ,0.1 II iliouM hi head of full-blooded Poll Angus catlle on the ntncb. This herd hKd a wide on the bettering ot the qaal-, of cattle OT-er thb entire' EOuth- west It an Important part In ns from Iho Texas long-horn ctaor, "who was eue-half horns and the other tail mean disposition, to tha t ilgh-class Block, which Is now found in thle eectton. Upon Iho death of Xeboa Morris (our ago tho tern sold. Tbo remaUjs of tbo herd be fian la vsrlou.i parts of die BOuthwosL The sale ol tbla roach markt inolh- step la the rapid passing of Iho largo stocV" ranch, Its thousands of. cattlo and nundreds of miles of fence, ond the coming of tho farmer; the pu'lEg of the plcturesdua cow- TJOJ, to mate iray for the man with the ovwalla and- the hoe. .The "C" aaoh has over four hundred miles wlro fence, "and ninety irella, with iDills for jumping for the lock, H Is nearly JIB Ureo enegro. A trip around the oulborders ths ranoh requires ine. Speaking of Hie deal, Mr. Kcrr says: ts located In tho Shallow Vater beit on tha poulb plains of 'cxas. The 0. W. Kerr Co. will have ho entire. handling of the proposition, dividing li Into small favmj, putting down putting the landii under vatlon, and mlaulting It. It Tilil be sold for rnljed or diversified fami- ng, corn, ct'tton, alfalfa, allo milze, rAlslnn of hogs ond cntllu. Wo lo jret great many settlers Hast Tcxss and other to-jlhern statM, from the Corn Relt'sw- Wo also aro establishing con- nK-Uons abroad, nnd Jiope to bring a miny people from tno Inleage- acttlod accllons In Euroie. such as and nelzlura. 1 espcct lo fcrsonal charge of the on tie isrojnd, both' of Hit sales and de- rietl. Aid HarailloTi moved and Aid. Wll lamson seconded, lhat Ihe sen-Ices o BEST FOR TABLE USE, COOKING, BAKING, OR RICH DESSERTS Lethbridge Creamery Cream PURE, RICH, THICK CftEAM DAY. GET IT FROM THE ._. UETHSRIDOE CREAM- ERY MAN. i IV. Higsar, K C'., 11. II. W. Hogg. K.U., A. Kripp, U. U Ilennelt, K.C. Xaturnl es Security companj, (Jeorgc J. Hammond, and the citizens ol Kort CSeorgc, were represented by 1J1. A. I'nngli1, K.C., L'live I'rinslc, and F. Henderson, K.C. The contest for control of what is now Inown n-j Kort Cicorje, dated back four lears. Georee J. Ham- tr.ond, of secured from the original the land thai is now embraced in the Korl (.icerse lownsilc. Prior to (he crown grants being issued, the Grand Trunk Paci- fic entered a protest claiming that this palticuiar lai'.tl was needed for railway and townsile purposes. The 1'lovincial Land Department of Vic- toria, however, uuheld the original slaters. Tiic land was then snbdiud- cd inlo building lots, streets were graded, sidewalks built, buildings increase of the speedy nd tbe work be done at onco erected, and ll.e rapid population iudicateil grow Hi ot a prosperous cih. The general policy ol Ihe llrar.d Trunk Pacific coinpany, Ihe subsidiary company r.hicii ex- ploits the lounsitcs in coaiieclion with Ihe Groml Trunk Pacific rail- road, is to Ihe owners of prop- crtv a filtj' per cenl- interest in the townsiles in exchange for a clear deed lo their property. Negotiations on. and the longer It beted the more opened between, the Natural mpenelrabtc became the maze, She resources Security of Van-1 nly oce present who fcnew at all couver, tiic oniwrs of tbe Fort -here he was at bcicg Mr. Robinson. Aid. Skeiib tho-sM it Impossible to tbe estimates until a state- ment of the actual liabilities and aB- els oT each department could fae draft A. Mayor llardte took a fest moments' ecess during the to re- pair. to Knov church to address tbo C, T. U, AM. fiStcJUi tooli the chair Q. bts absence George tounsite, and the Grand Trunk Pacific Development company, were never consummated, oivir.g to the demands made by tlie rail- road, 'flic Indian Reserve, ail joining the foujisitc .en the east, was Then purchased by the railroad from the. Indians through the Dominion gov- ernmtnl tot The coinpany Ihen announced MANY PORTS HAVE 9THINOENT REGULATIONS FOR SHIPS WITH EXPLOSIVES Phone 584 Lomion, Ma> Ihe vari- ous ohslaclcs nhich ILe Hnlish au- thorities aic discovering in general armament, one DL tile, greatest is to be the porl regulations. As a rule, port aull.prifics prohibit ves- sels from ijing alongside or docis with explosives on board, and t appears itiat before Urilisli armed could tliess rules, the permission of a great many authori- ties of several nationalities would Nave to-be obtained. The port ol London in particular has slrinjcnt regulations in this leaped, fnr ves- sels io discharge cun tockels and blue lights before dockins. ifow exacting arc some, of Ihe require- ments is shoun by the case of, Ihe Auckland liathor hoard. There is railway lhat it would place its slation on Ihe easl- ern piri of Hie Kc-serve, over a mile and a half aua> from the lov. n oi Furl (ieorge, and that the name vrould he- changed lo Pr' ice George The application for llie tion of the Indian Rcsenc as Prince George ivas lasi vveck rcluscd by At- torney-General Howscr of and 111': decision was todaj upheld Ly the Railuay Commission. The vic- tory of the Hammond forces in win- ning both the name and station lo- cation, brings to a of lha most spcclacular Cghls in the history of Western Canada. The news of the oulcomc vsill please- owners of Kort George proprrls' ar.d those intereslcd in the development of Ihe northern interior of flritish Columbia. Promintnt Congressmen who took part in the dlscuision on Under- wood Bill In its final stages in the House of Representatives. Itr.v. Dr. .lames 11. Uirmour, a well- MclhO'lisit minister In the Montreal conference, died at IJrook- villr, aged o2. HOME BAKING BREAD, CAKES AND PAS- TRY OF THE BEST QUALITY FOR SATURDAY- PUFF PASTC TARTS Saturday THOMPSON'S Sale GROCERY Sandwichas Made For Parllel and Dancec Mrs. J.B.Richardson Street South PRESIDENT B.C. CONFERENCE Vancouver, May ley Hall, pastor or Ihe Mount Plcasanl Methodist churoh. TIBS today elected o( the Methodist Conference Tho chief question up for considers liou hy the Methodists ot B.C. this jenr Is llie flnnncincv of Kycrson Col lese, whose hiilldlngt, adjoining th< proposed B.C. university, ara to cos S200.000. A Bitter Winter's Night Tlie lights curtniiis cheery faces vound the that tablo a fragrant lirew of V and who minds llie weather! Tlie most elaborate homes use Blue better Tea is sold ami in homes where coppers count, Blue Ribbon is the careful bouser wife's choice The Tea with a "money value and a monov-back" guarantee. Irails l.elwecn England anj Auckland ip explosives, and at one lime vcs- stls discharged powder lor Auckland al a point distance from the- (own. Hut il was deciilcd that the distance was no.t fircat enough ar.d now vebsels have lo discharge their cxplosiu? at a liflle island of! the coast. Should tlxy hme, explosives [or other New porls they have to relurn lo this island to re- ship Ihe consignments. The discharge, and reloading ot the ammunition at a large number o( ports In- volve, lo pul It mildly, serious prob- lems, i A YEAR FOR HOUSEBREAKINQ Calgary, May Ssunders, gilllly of sentenc- ed to one jcar In the penitentiary to- diy. "ARE YE Then say "The Florentine" Ic.c Cream Parlor is the Pride of Lethbridge City. And the new management is giving the public excellent Quality Counts find we have us for ,f FliUITg, CAXMEtii SODAS, ICE CltBAM, CONFECTIONERY L. ANDREWS CARLILE, Props.