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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta November 15, Iftl I TTTI? DAILY 3 F. C. Lowes Co. Beg to announce that they have removed from their former offices in the Kean Block to their new suite of offices in the Balmoral Block MR. ROWELL OPENS USING SLEIGHS ONTARIO CAMPAIGN TO STACK GRAIN have for sale lliree blocks in one. of the dmi'oosi .Subdivisions in Calgary at to per Inf. Terms, 1-4 cash; balance 6, Hand 2-1. monfhs. R. V GIBBONS CO. ROOMS F. AND G., BALMORAL BLOCK. Phone 1191 Farm Loans Fire Insurance Houses to Rent Real Estate-Business Site 75x125 ft. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE. LOANS. SHERLOCK (r roomed on 3rd Ave. North, in splendid shape. 1'ricc cash. hal. tO per .mnntli. The owner is forced to sell at tills extremely low 1'iyiire :is he is leaving town. North Lethbridge Realty Co. V Money To Loan On improved form lands and city property. SNAPS 933 Coiuts. 7 room fully modern, Rash, balance to suit. 2 lois IJlk. 26, Duff, facing on Westminster Hoad, each. J lot, lilk, J., cash, balance 520 per month. Four lots (corner) un London Road, cash. THE C. B. BOWMAN AGENCY Acadia Slock. Phone 1325. Geo. Angus- F. E. Shanti. Angus Shantz ROOM 116 SHERLOCK BL.DG. 1 miles from Stirling; crop payment. Price... I of Warner: crop payment 10 ROOM NEW MODERN HOUSE FOR RENT OR will exchange on Farm lauds. II 1-2 ACRES E. C. FRUIT city of will exchange Tor city property. LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH have buyers. t 5-ROOMED furnace; on two lots with stable, on 'l3Lh St. South Greeted by 4000 Peopl. at Toronto Progressive Policy Toronto, Nov. llowell, K C., opened liis provincial cumpaigi and career as leafier of the Uburu party, ul ;l mass meeting in I lie suy hall tonight before four tlmus ami people. chair was occupied by Hon. W. L. Mackenzie King, president ol the Ontario Reform association. Mr Kowell's address was iti tlie main at extension uf ihe manifesto issued week. Tin: only new subject upon which he touched was bi-linguu sulKiols, and lie declared that the Liberal policy on that policy was thorough ediu'iUion for uvi child in thu province, while not deny- use of their own lunguu to French Canadian children. Short, addresses were delivered by J. A. Macdoiiald and Ex-Mayor Joseph Oliver, ot Toronto. Mr. Rowcll oponcd his address by acknowledging the cntliusiastic wel- come givoii him by thu gathering, which lie accepted as an evidence ol iti increasing interest in Ontario's iocial and industrial problems. After pay ing a tribute to the late leader, lion. A. G. McKay, Mr. Kowell stal- :d that he had not aspired to the u aiter ship, but. that having regarded t as a wll of duty he prepared .o his best energies to it. .Mr. Rowell claimed that Sir .lames Vhitney had brought about the elec- ion prematurely.' "Thr; tendency of every government; vhich has behind it an overwhelming said Jlowell, "is to be- come domineering, over-bearing and insolent in reference to the rights of the minority. Let the electors re- turn such a strong body of Liberals as will regulate and control the gov- ernment anil ihe opposition will he able to fearlessly investigate and cri- ticize the actions of the government and force progressive legislation to its consideration." Mr. Rowell then took up the question of the develop- ment of New Ontario, which compris- es four-fifth of the province. "What'is the situation today he asked. "Notwithstanding the immense and ever-increasing immigration to Canada, a very few of these settlers are going into New Ontario. The government owns hinds in the Tvest. Lt is interested in settling those lands and naturally is bringing settlement that, way." Mr. Rowell said'the Liberal party Novel Sight Witnessec in the Fields Tlirse Days Brandon. Nov. arrivl in thy city from the Arcolu district I other east 'Sa'.iltrih.-howan lot witness a novel sight that IB very common 'that district just now, which is nothing ICKB than -fanners employing sleighs in stacking wheat. Tbe grain' gro'wertj had depended on getting the threshing done from the wtook, but whiter breaking; on so sud- denly, thin was prevented. New Stirling Stirring Town proposed to create a department ot immigration and colonization, with a cabinet minister at its head, and thus to advertise Ontario all over the wui'ld. "In said Mr. KoH'cIl, "we propose to do for New Ontario what the Liberal government in 1906 and succeeding years did for Western Canada. We will make its known; encourage immigra- tion, facilitate settlement and provide Ldetjuatc transportation. Thus there- jy we will contribute more directly o Old Ontario's prosperity than has he settlement of Western Canada." "The great district of Keewalin is still being administered by the said Mr. Kowell. "It has not been divided between the prov- inces nf Ontario nnd Manitoba. The boundary of both of these provinces must he extended in the near future and dary port Coming and Going of a Very Busy People New Stirling. Nov. and rs. Patterson spent yesterday and today in Lethbridge. J. Keehiaii, H. IInicks nnd J. Ford, ill commercial men. were in town on Monday. 0. D. Remington, a homesteader, 'i-oin Milk River, came in from Well- ng, oh Monday, where he had been vorking for .1. T. Hcningcr, jr., on iis threshing outfit. Mrs. Brown and Misy Hanna, who tave been with R. J. Manna, on hi h resiling; outfit, at Haley, returnei o New Stirling on Saturday. Owing to. the very stormy weathe 10 service was held in the church on Sunday. Mr. Tail arrived on tlmi nit tho building was not beared. A. E. Fancet has been loading whea 'ii the siding for shipment, four car f his grain have gone out this season The coal famine at New Stirling I; ssuming serious proportions. Sev ral of tlie citizens are burning stean oal, and sparingly at that. Miss Watson was ill last week, am liable, to make her usual visit to .ethbridge for music. She is now ful recovered. A son was born to .Mr. and Mrs ohn Sykes'at Stirling on Tuesday ast week. Mrs. BtgBby and five children have from across the border, am re visiting for a time at the home o J. Hanna. 'Mr.' liigsby is on the ay with a car load of pure bred cat e, which he will run on his farm orth'West. of town. The car is eld at Coutts for quarantine inspec on. A car partly loaded with beets for the Knight Sugar Co., Ltd., of Ray niond, lias been standing on tbe siding for some clays awaiting instructions from the company. The factory clos- ed on Tuesday so the Stir- ling beets will not he needed for man- ufacture. E. P. Ellison, vice-presieut of the Sugar Co., went to his home in Utah tins morning. A new Reeves traction engine for the Town farm of the Bohrustet Farm- ing Co., is standing on the siding, waiting to be unloaded. The engine was bought by H. R. Johnston, man- ager of the company, and' is to re- ilace a gasoline purchased last year which, has proved unsatisfactory. R, J. Hanna has discharged his Jireshing crew at Raley, and is spend- ng the winter at home. If it. opens ip soon he will start again; other- threshing operations will be siis- >ended till spring, Mr. Hanna has lad very 111 fortune this season..With .he broken weather, and the wrecking )f his machine by dynamite, there has >een little encouragement for him in us business this year. No one, how- ever, has heard bun complain. His HE DEPRECATES THE CRITICISM City Solicitor Says he had not. Time to Draft the Charter Sooner At yoatorday'B meeting of -the city Council. C. P. I'. Conybearo's loKor wan road, explanatory of tho delay In drafting the niimndod charter fur tlio "lly of LothbridfC. He stated that lie bolievCTl unfairly criti- ised In tlic matter, as lw had recolv. ed tho full cojiy of the commission form of government's report only a few days ago. He also Mieaented tliat. In view of the immense amount I of work required to draw up a new charter embodying ihe neraasiiry clauses for tho Introduction of a com- nlssion form of govnrnmeiu lioi'j, ho hougbt an extra retainer sliouh? be granted to cover the work. Committee to Draw Up Charter At -tills late date it wll) inipos- blo to have the new charter drawn ip for presentation at the coining scs- ion of the Alberta Legislature, so Aid. JoodB brought in a resolution that a consisting of Mayor Ad- nls. and two aldermen wait on Mr. Jonybearo, and also .1. N. Rilcbie anil P. Wallace, two of -the members of he citizens' committee, who vorked so far on tbe new charter ratis, for the purpose of ascortuin- ng if it. would not be advisable 10 have a committed of three of the le- gal fraternity to do the work of pre- paring the-new charter. In that ease tho retainer "would go 'to the commit- tee. Tiro special committee, compos- ed of Mayor Adams, Aldermen Bow- man and Goode, v.'il! bring in a re- port at the next regular meeting of the council on Tuesday next. City Debt Regarding the .money bylaw for in connection with the street railway system, the city will issue 30- year debentures for -ihe required a- mount. The present debt of -the city is approximately so that the new Issue will bring the amount close to t the. mark. 'Ire Chief Hardy wrote asking the council to purchase eighteen alumin- um fire helmets, at a cost of each, the present cloth caps in use be- ug very unsatisfactory in winter. The purchase, was ordered to be made. Johnston Dairy Complains E .C. Mackenzie waited on the coun- cil in regard to the report of Dr.'lie v- ett on the typhoid epidemic. He stat- ed that as a result of live report, his clients, the Johnston dairy, were un- able to sell milk in the city. As the City Council had no voice in the mat- ter he was referred to Dr. Campbell, vho is acting as city health officer. Dr. Re veil's report, will be sent to each member of the council for peru- sal. S. L. secretary of the Citizens' Band, submitted an account or for meeting tbe Colorado Springs special on October 23. The Lccount was referred for payment to Ive publicity committee of the Board if Trade, the council feeling that the grant to the Board was suffici- nt expenditure; for publicity purpos- fo-r one year. The Range With A Perfect Oven The oven of a Sask-Alta Steel Range roasts and bakes perfectly. It is so constructed that of heat is ahuays even. The turkey or joints cook to a nut-brown turn on all sides. Tlie'pudding, bread and pies always come out of the Sask-Alta oven evenly baked. Another advantage is sizs. It takes the largest joint or the biggest four ten inch pics can be set side by side. Added to ail this, Sask-Alta Steel Range 1 oven is properly ventilated so gas or fumes never affect food. The thermometer always indicates accurately the proper degree of heat for any purpose. The nickel-steel lining can't bulge or burn out; won't admit Ask the nearest McClary agent to point out the many other points of merit found in the Sask-Alta altwc. Write now for the Saik-Alta booklet. Address the nearest McClary branch. Lonttoi, Toronto. MontrMl. Winnipef, Vtacoavw.' St. John, H.B.. For Sale by "Staffprd-Agnew Co.'- (r The Alberta SACRIFICE 320 acres irrigated land. 5 miles from Lothbridpe per acre. BALMORAL BLOCK, PHONE 1215. LETHBRIDGE. in thu litniiiilicms of that liotm- Stirling friemls are hoping [or a more Ontario should havu a suilnhle successful season next year. Yesterday's daily told o( n lady at Thompson Hill losing ?200 in money, which she had secreted ii the mat- of a Jjtd for safe keeping. The on Hudson's Hay for ocean-go- ing vessels. The LiluH'ilI. party fought, for the extension of our boundary in Ontario before and fiiiighl successful-, ly. The Liberal is prepared "f5' St r, 'r which he had wrapped in paper and fight as-im, and if returned tn of ola clnthes A believe equal success will crown-its'few days ago another loss of'stall. lor s' ar hording waa reported. Popple who "Another most Important consider- iitlcmpling to so hide their sav- requires the! early settlement and developmiMit of di: Iriets All Iliinliing men are reali: ing Hint one of the diniculties' Hf Lh jSitualion in Canada, is tho danger or cleavage in Interests anil ideals be- tlic enst and Hie west. liavo tcrrilory almost 1000 a stretch of aloni; llir north shore of Lake QUICK BARGAINS Stagg's Motto: Small Profits KB AD! THINK! FOHSALK Six hundred nnd scveiHy-elgH acres, nil fenced, fine land, ten miles from .Lethbridgp; five hundred ncrosi broken, one hundred arrrs-hi fvili wheat; dwelling bouse, barn for fourteen horses, well river two hundred feet dfiep, cost eight hundred dollars to build. 129 feet water. Price 244.00 per acre. 1-3 cash, balance In S years. Leases and of til kinds sollciitd. T. H. STAGG Phtine Estate Office 5 Johnion houri 10-122-5 Superior with HI tie or no settlement and tins constitutes serious difficul- ty in building up a united Canada." MAN WHO OUSTED FOY Nov. South To- ronto Conservative nominations were ibeld tonight. K. .1. Owens, K, C., 'unanimously cliofien for the seat pre- viously hold by Moil. J. J. Koy, who has decided to run in North Toronto. jfJeorge II. Goouerliani, M. P. P., was renominated, lilw only opiionent for the nomination -f. K. Starr, receiving but twenty-fbroo votes. IN A FRIENDLY SCUFFLE rWlnaipeg Nov. Sullivan jlies daiigerojisly ill at St. Boniface hos- anri SIdda L. Sfurray, C. P. R. ___ ___ ____...... ;operator, Is held, by the police follow- vei-e fined -540 and casts each today Ing u friendly scuffle Uie iwo had In iat. rale'of ?10 nor day for fi pool room, wh-on Sullivan received lalrikA Inst week, a blow on '.he bend. They are nhiiniH. J Xoticc of appeal was given. ings should he warned by thesp ox- Transient Traders'. Bylaw A bylaw amending several clauses f tbe bylaw trad- rs was submitted by the City Solici- j tor, who prepared it. in conjunction with J. X. Ritchie, counsel for -the Lethbridge .Protective. Association. Thu amended bylaw struck out the clause "transient, traders, ?25 per month license, substituting an nual license, and also contained a clause stating that a transient trader was deemed oire whose stock was not. assessed on the regular assessment roll, and who had not been in busi- ness In Lethbridse for throw mouths. This was considered too drastic, so the bylaw was referred back to the Solicitor, with instructions -io amend t, leaving it at the discretion of ilm council as to who should be termed transient traders. Tbe bylaw for tbe extension of Fifth street to the most southerly boundary o[ tho city was read a third time. Removed to Suite 207 Sherlock Block Take the elevator W.R. DOBBIN Agent for Avery Gat Steam Plowing Engines. am pics. Tho best place for such inon-jthe first and second readings bein ey is in a good bunk. It will be per feclty safe there, perfectly accessible and, hi addition, it will bo earning little Interest, as the days go by. Tli average1 bank iw a hundred times saf er than the most unusual hiding place for money. Several Stirling .and New Stirling merchants have bought safes Thie is because we have no hank. Wo cnn get one if all tho business men will unite in the effort. Let us try. SEAT FOR GEORGE GRAHAM Renfrew. Oni., Nov. Liber- al association of South Renfrew tills evening'adopted a resolution permit- ting T. A. Low M.P. to reslyn his seat in favor "f Hon. Georso P. Gra- iinm, ox-minister of railway and can- als, -.iiid iir.jtnii-ting executive to '7iaki; such arranrconionts an were nee iss.'iry to Insure his return by'wccla- 'iiuliou. VIOLATED LEMIEUX ACT Nov. miners vho went on strike at the mirw of tlio Alberta -Coal company ;tt Morinville, given wuok r payment. The me-atlng of the council was ourned tin Friday evening at eight o'clock-, when they will, meet -Jo pass he accounts of the Agricultural So- :fety, appoint deputy returning offi- (r A Genuine Snap 8 Lots in Queen Victoria Park each. All cornci- proper- ties, (f located on Westminster Koad See H. J. H. Skeith Opp. Alexandra Hottl Phone 733 FOR COAL and you will it TheAIberta Cartage Co. Prop. HON. MR. SIFTON ASKS FOR A CONFERENCE "'Ere's to you, Furty Wuxzy, you are a fighting Kipling. For his dauntless courage and daring, Kipling likes Ihe Arab. He is lovable, because he lov- es bis liorae. After ft long and trying journey on the des- ert, he attends to the wants of his steed before his own. No doubt he would consider himself lucky, could he pro- vide the fine fodder now to be had in Lethnridge at loss than tbo cost of the miserable stuff that was sold last year. I iim closing out the cele- brated Barriu Buggies and Wagons, cheap for wish, or will exchange for bay or grain. HAY, GRAIN 4 FEED Wholecale Retail J. C. JTaiiriilian Phone 349 Athletic Park Wants Mr. to Data la fa IK Over Transfer of the Nit-: ural Rtvources Edmonton. Nov. Stfton has written Premier Bordcn n-fklng- him to nnme a date for a conference! Ion the question of transfer of natural [resources to the province. -Thle action ie taken in accordance with a reiolu? tion pftseed at the last session. The policy of the northern railway development, Premier Slftoii announc? ed today, would be the trig'feature-of the coming aeasion of the which will meet Nov. 30. The, is to provide to tho fullest extent thu opening up of the undeveloped re- sources of the north. Premier Sifton i not divulge the details of his pol- icy until the house meets. for thu municipal elections, and transact other necessary business in connection wHh the, money bylawn. HALOIMAND CONSERVATIVES Cayuga, Nov. aid Inland- Coiv seryalives unanimously nominated Dr. .Taques. to oppose J. Kohler, M, P. P.f for tbe legislature. New six-room cottage, modern, Easy terms. IN NEW ONTARIO Kenora, Ont., Nov. T. Brett, one of Kenora's prominent buelnees men, .was.the unanimous choice at tho largely attended Liberal convention which met hero today to select n can- didate for the Ontario general elec- tions on Dec. 11. The Dowsley Molhern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. 7th Street ;