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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta CITHMIOOC, ALMftTA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, IIM OF CANADA ttlfei Pwite play an im- portant part in the busi- of this every Depositor is given prompt, courteous attention, whether bis account be large or small The highest current rate of Interest is paid 4 times a year, and money may be withdrawn at any time. There is no trouble or formality about opening an account with the Union Bank. Simply deposit or upward and get your pass-book. Jsjsjt AeCMBftft be opened in the of two person, and either can do the banking. T tCTHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Manager. LAURIER? eORTRAIT New York, Nor; annual banquet of 'the New York chamber of commerce held tonight jn the dorf Attroia had as guests of honor" Ambassador Bryce, Joseph Gody, Mexico's-charge de affaire in Wash- ington; Byron K, Walker and Hon. Clifford Sifwn, of Canada. The fam- ous portrait of Washington, accom- panied on either side Jby portraits of Premier of Canada and Premier Diaz of Mexico IwKed down upon the diners. AFTER "WILD CAT' SCHEMES Nov.- porvincial department lias issued a warning against" "wild eat" mining companies. Complaints nive' been made 'to the department thai "eon have been SUICIDE Of A BULL T2RIIIER and from Indiana Evansville, Ind., Nov. Mrs, Vewpn Shrode gave her favorite bull terrier a whipping this morning and for an hour the dog lay around the house and refused to notice any one, Then it walked down to the electric railroad track, stood in front af on approaching car and was ground to pieces. Persons, who witnessed the death of the dog declared that it was deliberate suicide, TEMPERANCE NOTES BROTHERHOOD Of CONVENTION AT EDMONTON The-Alberta Conference of the Bro- therhood of St, Andrew will be held in Edmonton from February 18th to 21st, inclusive, 1909, "ThijTwill be'tlie second aumml conference to be held in Alberta; the first was held in Calgary lost February and was very successful. The local Chapters hav- ing assumed the responsibility for the forthcoming conference, are now issuing preliminary notices, to all Chapters in the Province, and will be Supplied by W. C. T. 0. BonfortV Wine and Circu- lar makes a frantic appeal for help to save the State of Tennessee from the Prohibitionists and help re-rjom- inate Gov. Patterson, of whom the liquor trade is sure. It i5jcstimaled for the year ending June, 1907, the liquor traffic cost Canada directly" ami indirectly while the total revenue re- ceived in return by the Dominion, provincial and municipal treasuries was only The branch Appellate Court sitting in Chicago June 2, affirmed a judg- W. 67 Brtnekes in Canada Agents and correspondents in air priBeipal cities and towns in the United States. SUMS MB KPAnUNT an account. Interest allowed and credited 4 times a year at highest current rate. A general banking business L I. UBM, HaMfer Uttrifcefcudi THE FINANCES OF THIS CRY Secretory-Treaarer Rabii- F niskes SMK glad _to hear from anyone interested. I ment of fiom the saloon keep- ers of that city, awarded a" woman AH communications, whether contain- ing suggestions or inquiries -will be gratefully received by the secretary, R. 8. Young, Imperial-Bank, Edmon- ton. It is'hoped that all interested in Brotherhood work will take -an active purt in-insuring the'success of The'great' lumber merchant, J. R. whose brother died January 24, 1903, as a result of constant, intoxication from liquor supplied in whole or ih part by the ram-sellers in question. ing company's act in a most flagrant manner by ignoring in the information the law requires. Ac- tion will likely, be taken by the de- partment against some companies. conference; and that all be well vepresent- CO. Miss Wilson, of London, who has been visiting Mrs. H. M. Pretty went to Stavely yesterday' on the lo- cal. The r y j Job Department Sooth, of-Ottawa, lias written to the Ottawa City Council offering, to con- tribute- per year to, reimburse the Council for the revenue from the fees of certain licenses in the WtMre? (Si.- Thomas (Ont.) Journal.) j Sir Wilfrid Laurier Ls the one and only Canadian to possebh an Empire reputation, the Canadian Ga- zette, of and to the majority of Englishmen it seems the natural thing .in. the world that he should win the tavoL of the Cana- dian electorate v A' leading Unionist politician on Monday morning last what he expected the day to bring "Oh, Laurier will be returned, ef he re- plied; "he world-acknow- ledged the people rejected their world-acknowledged Gladstone, more tb4n once. was the reply, 1'bot where is the Acting on the suggestion of "Tax- Payer" in Saturday's paper, the Her aid asked Secretary-Treasurer Robin- son for a statement of finances and ho kindly has furnished the following With reference to the financial po- sition-of thtt will find, re- ferring to Sheet Xo. 1, enclosed, figures as to the total gross assess- ment for 1908, and how this axmmnt is made up. The limit of the city's SOVEREIGN BRAND CLOTWNC Ii made by GaaaxU'a foremost Clothing Hooee who for fifty years have enjoyed the highest reputation fropa Atlantic to Pacific for the manufacture of Men's and Boy's Clothing; We introduce the new styles We bay our materials in the best marksU We use the most improved methods We furnish a better garment at the lowest price A4 E. SANFORD MANUFACTURING CO. HAMILTON, ONT. WINNIP1G, MAX. (borrowing is shown together vitbi the total debenture debt, value of municipality's assets, tax rate, population and gross and net revenue of the water" works systems. On Sheet No. 2, you will find an analysis of both tho city's assets and the debenture indebtedness. As to the amount raised in taxes this year. This is of'course Disraeli or Salisbury dian in Cana- THE LIMIT ON MERRY WIDOWS. Subway Employee Stops one 36 Inches Braad and II Inches High. New York, Nov. over in Brooklyn a bride wept last night because of a missing Merry Widow, hat, while Charles A. J. Ott, subway ticket agent at Twenty-third Street, and the cause of the grief, was explaining to the police why the hat was missing. The hat was 36 inches in diameter und 18 inches high. The milliner's delivery boy carried it in the subway station, and asked for a ticket. said Ott, "we. don't run tio freights on thisMine." "Say, this ain't freight, it's a on the taxable assessment. The di- replied the boy, J Commercial Bill Butinecs Forms borhood of his jproperty on condi-! tion that' these licenses be "not re- newed. The "Canadian Pacific Railway has officially declared its opposition to the liquor traffic, in withdrawing its application for license for the com- pany's hotel in Moose Jaw. The company will not have bars in its hotels at the stations hereafter, pre- ferring to keep 'temptation as far as possible from its employees. Brewers and [wine-growers are com- plaining-of the falling off in the con- sumption of their goods in Vienna, and particularly the brewers, says the Vienna correspondent of the Pal Mall Gazette. From' figures uich have just been published it pears that the Viennese" drank a minion "and threej-quarters Jess -of >eer than in 1906 and gallons ess or wine, and this in spite of the! with it nothing on the except j the'population-ot the "four spots'is -visible throogh Names Kept Hidden on This Ballot. (Ottawa -Exee1 Press.) Mr. E. McNeil's new ballot which is approved by Returning Offi cer P. J. Ottawa, is the irt- vention of Mr. F., A. Cote, electri- cian, "Sorel. It differs in form and scheme the" one at present in use in Ottawa. The new ballot is'niade of piece of stiff black cardboard about four inches square, and on all sides are white spaces" each containing the name of a The white spaces with the names, run from edge to centre, and" are num oered con- secutively. In the exact'centre of the card are four white discs, one opposite each name space. When-the card la plac- ed in the envelope'.wjfich is, Supplied vision of the tax rate this year has been Municipal rate 9 mills, school rate 4J'mills, debenture rate mills In answer to the enquiry, as to how much of the rovonua is for city I would point but that revenue is raised merely to meet'the current annual expenditure, the cost of improvements being raised by the issue of debentures from time to time. A statement of recipts and expenditures up to the present will be available in a day or two. On account of the large amount of improvements undertaken by this "Well, I say that it's too big to bo carried on thi.s concluded Ott. As the boy was blocking a larft lomeward bound crowd Ott came rom his office and tried to move the joy. In the scuffle that followed the tat was smashed. A policeman ar- rested Ott on a charge of assault. year's council. amount required ias -increased- by some j "When five the Japanese warshap "-Asama" volunteered to try and .close the harbor of Port Arthur, Captain drank to their success "in water, poured into a silver him by-the Crown. Prince of Japan, and said, you represent i the "Aaama" "and do not that' it jyeuldu be a disgrace to it: said that'men from the 'Asania' risked their lives under the incitement of The Brewers' Institute of Berlin Germany, which: is an' institution ol the .German Brewers' Association will celebrate its twenty-fifth anni- .he circle cut out of the centre of .he covering On the- reverse side of the card ap- pears a circle for the ietuming offi- er's stamp. -The name" of the elec- toral district is also The inspection by the returning of- ficer would show whether (he ballot was marked _yet "the vote would remain The new. device is being submitted to the Government forr consideration to substitute it for ballot paper now in use. next year for interest and sinking fund will naturally be considerably increased. While, an increase in the assessment may be made, it is quite likely that the debenture rate will re- quire to be raised at least 2 mills, even should the taxable assessment bo increased to about next year. Any: further information which the tax payers of this city may require I. very pleased to furnish them If they care to at my of fice. j. Geo. W. Robinson, Secretary-Treasurer Lethbridge, Alta., Nov. .19, 1908. CITY OP. TA; FINANCIAL NOV. 19, 1908." Assessment taxable for all purposes Assessment taxable for school purposes only exempt from all taxes................... TOOK LIBERTIES WITH P. J. NOLAN A Calgary Breed Fargad Name of the Well K nown BarrUUr to a Cheque (Calgary Albertan.) P. J. Nolan, K.C., will have to en- icr the police court under a new role shortly, to give evidence against a half-breed who forged Mr. Nolan's name to a cheque for IU.OO. The prisoner, under the name of Henry Anderson, was arrested yesterday af- ternoon. The prisoner went to the Western Clothing Co., with a fourteen dollar cheque and bought a pair of trousers, and took the change in real cash. It was easy picking for the pris- oner at the start, as the cheque with such good backing was easily caah- ed, and just when Anderson was complimenting himself on hU good luck and that it was time to make his get-away, he was nabbed by the local police, ajjd to his sorrow, found he had tarried just a little too long. KILLED WITH AXE. An Unusual Jncident on An Ops Township Farm. .Lindsay, Nov. is in the employ of a farmer in the v'cinity of 'Hill Head, south-east Ops, a.bb'ut five miles from this town, met with a rather exciting experi- ence one day last week. He experi- enced all the thrills felt by the ar- dent hunter of venison without hav- ing to incur the expense of fatigue northern Total Gross Assessment 'for 1908 Not by Spirits Alone. (From Medical Press and. Circular.) A red is by a sign versary next October and has issued-of drunkenness, and is as common a "call for an international-conference of brewers to meet at that time to initiate in international movement "to combat -the exaggerations end encroachmonts of the teetotal move- ment." Particulars as to-the strength and growth of this movement, espe- cially as; affecting beer and brewers in various cojantries, are being col- Lirnit of liorro'wing power per ceat. (exclusive of local .improvement de- bentures Total- general debenture debt............ Ixjss waterworks among teetotalers as tipplers. :Indi- gestion is responsible almost more than anything olse for' red noses, while excessive tea rlrinkihg is apt to play havoc with the, complexion in. general and with the. nose in par- ticular. Sometimes the congested nose-, is a sign of some .'serious dis- order of the heart, or it may point debenture Less. electric light debenture lected by a speciarcommittee.-The to a'sluggish circulation.- The habit International .Temperance Bureau. inhaling cigarette smoke and puff- ing it through the nostrils may, con- Tte aad lirigitiflB Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET has returned from Denver, .CoL He intends going into business here in a few opening up a "grocery store in one of the Hill Block Stores. FROM EACH Also a lew Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each fptJiDIUIC TJ A One-third cash, one-third 6 i months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum To the Hectors of dtyet tribute to the external wealth of color. DR. C. C. CRAGG_. Physician and Surgeon. Phone Office 125. House 94. Office to 11 a.m., to p.sa., 7 to 8 p nv Net debenture debt......... Local Improvement Debt not included above Value of municipality's ax rate-general 10 Mills, 15 mills, population Revenue from waterworks system for 1907 ivpenditure of water- works for 1907 attached to a trip to tho wilds. It happened this way: Mr. Hall Imd been busy for several days in a swamp some distance from hia em- ployer's on going work the mornin g in axe IB hand, to his great amazement he saw before him a large doe 'and two yearling fawns. The.'. mother was ring she taggered to her feet, but fell again, and Kail, leaping forward, dealt her ierrifi-i blow with, the blade, of his teen-edged axe, almost severing her neck. He then turned on the fawns, they had taken alarm, and were out of sight. An examination disclosed that the deer, had "been shot by some ;hiinter, probably the day previous, as the blood was 'caked on the skin, 'and had run until completely exhausted. The incident recalls .the statement made Jast. season by Emily Creek to Mr. Joe McConnell, of the Royal that "five'deer .were win- tering in the huge" swamp thatr ex- tends from. Sturgeon lake to Manvers township. The deer were twice seen by Mr. McConnell last winter, bu being ,a thorough sport he aparec them, hoping that others would do likewise. WILL INVESTIGATE Ottawa, Nov., a result of the revelations of misdemeanor in the marine department at Quebec, the Government has under consideration the opening of all the departments, if this is deemed necessary, to a com- mission of inquiry It is probable that the commissioner will be Judge Cassels, and the inquiry may begin after the report on the marine in- quiry has been made, which it is ex- pected will be completed by-Christ- mas. FOREST FIRES IN ARKANSAS Little Rock, Ark., .Nov. Des- patches received here indicate no Abatement of the forest fires which have been burning in this state ior some days. Already a "great amount property has been destroyed. A Helena despatch; says that. 15. miles of solid Qarhash mountains in Eaatera 6k- aihoma and. destroy the Arkansas- national forest preserves. Steps have "been taken .by Govern- ment officials to check the progress of he fire. Nov. 30, 1906. Ladies and Gentlemen; I have as an "independent Candidate for one j vacant seats on the City Coun-j c'll I am in favor of helping Hen-! finish rwork .ancl .help _to_ cnake this the biighteii 61 (M IprtinQ, Hi. of a progressive policy with economy. I am stroag the 'of the City; Council in increasing Sec.- TreasTxrer Robinson's salary per year and if elected I will move that the order be rescinded forthwith and lei, Robinson resign if he is not sftt- isfted. a? there are plenty of good IDVI in the city who would perform tiie uutias equally as Ro son. Before I will 'Vote for any in- crease, I shall have to be shown thai 6 person or are (firing tlw city value for the money paid them The Works and Property Department] shall have my close attention and if elacted my policy will be a square deal TO all ratepayers. Thanking yon in -anticipation 4! of yew support, 3 remain, Your obedient DAVID KING. Picture M. P. P. UNSEATED Monareal, Xov. W. Levea-- que, who defeated Hon. Mr. Le ancy. jleadesr in the Legislature, in Laval was "unseated today. DEMAND FOR RECOUNT N. S., Nov. tiori was made before Chief Justic Townsend o? the Supreme court to- day-to compel J. G. Macgillivray of Victoria and Cape Breton North, to grant- an.order for a recount in the recent Parliamentary election. He liad first granted but afterwards dis- solved contention. Interest and principal due on. waterworks deben- tures........................... Surplus G00.69 ASSETS Waterworks and sewer system Electric Light Market, Fire Hall equip- ment.................. Isolation Hospital llnterial yard-laud and buildings Road roller and grader Real Property SINGING. Miss TJrsuIa Archer, pupil of the celebrated teacher, William Shake- speare, will receive pupils in singing and voice production. Also engage- ments for Ballad Concerts, At Homes, etc. For further information address the Lethbridge Conservatory of Music. EDISON For money inveet- ed there is nothing that will give grea- ter interest in am- usement and plea- sure for the long winter evenings. New AdkcnU fe to PHONOGRAPH 4S.838 nao W. W; Handford PHOTOGRAPHBR In addition to this amount of "S3 the sum of has been ex-; ponded on streets and sidewalks. ANALYSIS OF DEBENTURE DEBT Waterworks........................ Electric Bonus to A. R. I. Co. Extension Isolation hospital. Fire equip fluent, etc., .Br.rinff fnr rsaturnl