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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta .Monday. November 21.1910. THE BETHBMPGB DAXLY HERALD CHAMPIO Wright doesn't enthuse much over the idea, it means too much loss for him; but Cham- pion has the Euclid, the Algebra, and the Arithmetic marked out, and wants six five hundred dollar days this week SO PRICE Even if it takes is ft Cut Glass Karnak Brass Lockets Necklaces Leather Goods Watches Chains and Rings Gold Umbrellas Clocks See the Half-Price Window volume of business Gold Canes ra Glasses Field Glasses Jewel Cases Fancy Chin Lethbridge I TL I In The Window (Continued from page himself, in close series like this. should have been on the grounds in- stead of trusting to anybody else Ti.-hom.ne bad sent'to act as his repre- sentative for the League, (meaning the Sporting Editor of Lethbridge Herald.) Here President Eckstorm took exception to.Mr. marks and emphatically denied the assertion, saying that anything the Lethbridge man had done was done tnan -when they commenced the -con trovercy. However, after a period o: wrangling" the happy suggestion was made to settle the pennant on the straight ibasis of the total number of games won during the, whole season. When that was -figured out it was found taat Calgary had a percentage of .701 and Edmonton .659. A motion to give the pennant to -Calgary, on that as an outsider who wished to see that everything should be done i'or the best interest of alii There basis carried unanimously..- Prospects Treated The prospects of the league were only lightly treated. This -discussion was mainly left over till "a meeting of the league board next January, -be- tween the 10th and 20th, in Calgary. However, the salary limit was consid- ered and efforts will toe made to en- force it. The past season it was and not lived up to. It was proposed to make it ?1200, not including man- GRAVITY WATER SYSTEM; LIGHT RATES (Continued from iront page) was no collusion at all in the matter, ager's saJary, and make the rulin: 2. That Calgary was opposed to the splitting of the schedule into two series on account of their high posi- tion in 'the percentage column on July 9, but had done so to preserve the weaker teams. It had put the Calgary club out financially as they had lost 7 or S home games thereby. Taking the whole season through he pointed out that Calgary had won the pennant by real baseball, having a comfortable margin of over 40 points above Edmonton on the original schedule. 3. That President Eekatorrn had promised that in case a, post season series be necessary to decide the championship between winners of hold good as far as possible. New League The National Commission havin I find there is a tendency to under- estimate the value of buildings- in given the Montana territory rights to the Union the prospects for Helena and other Montana cities join- ing an international venture are quer- ried. unless the Union League fails to materialize. A Saskatchewan-Alberta league was voiced: to include Lethbridge, Calgary. Edmonton, Moose Jaw, Regina and saskatoon. Mr. Shuster, Moose Jaw representative, said he could vouch i'or Regina coming back. "All they re- quire is a good manager and baseball will said Mr. Shuster. Gatei receipts show Regina in advance ofi November December January. ___ February -March___.. April....... May........ June......., July August September October___ 1909 190S 1909 -.many -eases. a-s quite a number of peo- think tie figures will be used for .assessment purposes. This is unfort- unate, -and I am convinced that if -the correct, figures of all buildings as -com- pleted .were given the total amount more- The permits issued from January i j to October 31, 1910, classified as iol- 92.005' lows: Kesiden.ee store -buildings........... Warehouses and factories, soon as we -find out -what our actual no reason why the present good surp'lus amounts to, although we have .84.520 no available data as to our cost of eration, stall, I think, we can safely reduce. rates sufficient to cover of our surplus. In vie-w .of the fact that our arc lamp regulator is already -loaded to its full- capacity, and that the new incandes- cent regulator, will ibe loaded to its full capacity as .soon as we have it install- ed, and also that there are several 3iew lamps on the market which are more efficient than our present lamps. I would advise the removal of the pre- .sent arc lamps to the district of- Eighth street South, and the IKS.'alia.-: tion of new lamps in the district ai present lighted arc lamps; Has': a more efficient lighting aja-d .also pro-- cannot be maintained for some time. Fire Department The department has'responded to 47 alarms, used gallons of chemicals -Loads of refuse removed and feet of hose. The losses on huildings and -contents emptied ____ 359 Premises 'disinfected ____ S6 Plumbing permits issued i'.Vi 230 Plumbing inspections made A ,219 inspection fees received The dairies have .been regularly in- with -the amount of insurance -paid on o-w-nes nave .aeen. regularly in- each, are as follows: and .conditions snow, A. steady each, are as follows: Total loss on buildings .51.990 Total loss on contents: Insurance paid on buildings Total loss over insurance The .cost of maintaining-this depart- Additions and SSlvide Spare incandescent lamps for res- .JVUsceHaneons......... 74iciential street lighting, extensions.. celebrated accordingly with his num- erous Lethbridge friends as a fitting aftermath. Frank Grey first and second series, those games j either Moose Jaw or Lethbrirfge as a should be played in Calgary. He claim-r Frank Grey, the Edmonton mogul, is a true sport. He strove for the pennant with might and main, -but he was not too prejudiced to listen to and weigh logic. Rupert Magee Rupert Magee, by his amiable ex- ample, put the meeting on ballbearing runners. His suggestions were help- 4 J wish to -call attention to our elec- ment for ten months--ending Octxiber 31. was It Is gratifying." to be a-ble to report- the small amount of fires -the depart-: :tric and power rate, system: sion, greenhouses, church, foairehouses newspaper offices, hotel, telegraph and cable office. .Light and P-ower Three "and a half miles of new pole line for extension to light and power system in different parts -of the city, have ibeen constructed, in addi-: ticn to that we have reifaHt feet- of old line and strung a -second cuit, consisting of six wires from the Power House to the corner of Fourth street South and Fourth avenue ment has had to -contend with during !i23 L LCU. PoHce Department ible to admit of .our increasing our bus- Pohce Oepartmerit iness to the .extent it might -be- nor] Up co tiie day cf LUC -c-i.Lc.iiL. ii, luiKjLLL oe; norj yet does it allow of us giving tie Iar-eittere had tried our police -vi.oerii-.tv..am TIC rJ consumers the benefits they .might ceive under an date system; it will, therefore, 'be necessary for to revise onr system "just as soon as 71S cases' Ossified fol- improvement, new barns having; .been erected in several cases. Since the fixing of the'standard of Butter fat in milk last samples naVe -been taken each month from, all vendors, and the average has. increas- ed from 2.1 per cent, in July 4 per cent, in October, so .that the milk which is being supplied to consumers now is very much richer in cream than formerly. is al- so cleaner, owing to the Improv-enienr in methods of handling. -Jlessrs. Piche MIiW have been notified .that their slaughter .house will reraoved Srcm its present site, -s'hick is above the .city's water in- take, either to 2. site outside the city limits, or to some'place y.-here. water and sewer connections are available. we can arrive at our actual costs. Street Railway I would recommend the ful and did much -to straighten out theiaiso a new power line to No 3 mine! estimates -and all necessary informa- tion on a street railway system next .year, as a Targe amount of time is con sumed in awarding contracts and con-' tangled Questions. ed" that Mr. Eckstorm had not lived up to his agreement, in ordering three games at. Calgary and 2 at Edmonton. Mere Mr.' Eckstorm explained that his meaning had been misunderstood. He had intended to convey the idea that, if any, of the smaller cities won the second series. Calgary was the logical place for the championship games but in case Edmonton or Win- nipeg were the contenders the games should be divided, Calgary to be given the preference. That was the com- mon sense idea anyway, he said. Base- ball should be rim on common sense, and no school boy tactics. Of course Mr. Gray, of Edmonton, wanted to take the bunting home with him; that was what he came for. How- ever he hadn't expected the controver- baseball town. Fifty Cents Admission A proposition to increase the price of admission to games was favorably received. It may be raised to fifty cents. This will be decided- at the January meeting. Raising Guarantee It was decided that the league guar- antee must necessarily he raised from ?400 to The former guarantee team would finish was too light neTr arc system has 'been in-: success. Rain Guarantee Raised The rain guarantee was considered too small also. It was raised .from 540 to 560. Middleton and Isherwood Hal Middleton, the Calgary presi- dent, who fought so hard for his ciub's interest, was the happiest man ii hut he wanted the matter settled. In fact he was willing to toss up with M-r. Middleton for the pos- session of the championship flag, but the Calgary gentleman would have none of it. This 'brought the pennant question board Our old friend. Umpire Shuster, re- stalled, consisting of forty -nine series'- -arc lamps in the district Abounded presented Moose Jaw. His experience avenue South and Sixth .avenue in -baseball matters wag invaluable .to South, and Fourth, street South and Receptacles for waste papers, etc., iy conduct {have and distributed to The destruction of the old plant ne- cessitated extensive changes in the1, switchboard and 'building de-j iwuoe, me uttu .ana omer city .tnuia.-j Every mouth a report is iluu oisoiaut angs. aad produced a revenue of the Council, read and published. aouse 5n the -city. -as also 'IVhaJ-LOAVc rtf tho -jro Hnl.v 1 iaStTUCtiOjaS fOl" Witll tl At the beginning of 19lo, four min- r5 were set to worli. and owing- to the' increase of consumption of coal there are now six miners, one driver and .one outside 'man employed. Since the The-books of the department are duly for deaiin nuisance. Then, last, .but -not- least, the pre- liminary are-now being taken to- wards the installation of a sewage dis- done by the police department in plant along the most aprovetl the -Secrelary-TreasOTer each month, and are up to the pres- ent .certitied correct. A -great deal of other work has UUJJ.C IMV J.JUI1CC ULUCllt 111 UUU- uac iitUSl, tUMOvei! month of February the coal has 'been nection with the Nurses Home. -for 1-he protection -both of the delivered at the power plant in the ration Army, and other kindred bodies cars. ing. He probably had a vision of the Caigary fans en masse at the station on arriving Home to welcome him after his successful diplomatic errand. You have to "give it" to Mr. Mfddleton: he worked faithfully and hard in the was billed to be the most lengthy. The delegates can give the palm to Presi- dent Bckstorm for the thorough way completed as rapidly as possible; in- freed, I might say that 'by the of the year trie plant will be completed interests of Calgary. Billy Isherwood, .attves or proxy to The Meeting. The 1 tuc jjiatu, win ue completed m which the reports were with the exception of The main which made business easy. Saskatoon and Winnipeg Saskatoon, and the big noise of the league, Winnipeg, were the delin- queuts. They neitlier sent: represent- t! M a settlement then j aid. was in .a state of lee club, who failed ibe zuaraniee of !of which only a, pan shipment as now .on the ground. As far as can -be gatiiered from ap- proximate figures to ,the -electri-, oal will have a surplus of s-bout SIO.OOO by the end of the year, has been mined since the be- which lias foeen -delivered to The -pow- er plant and other city pro- ducing a revenue of Depewtent 'and Delinquent child and every assistance is given TO the School Board in -hunting up truants, also to the dependent and delinquent children. J expect, thai, when we .get a diome -will be published at the ing a total of. tons since start- The power plant has been charged- with 5.003 tons at per ton, and, the other departments tons ati per ton. The mine a-t the present time is in and in uew of the .above J would condition, and with ihfi develop- ren a great, deal of -work in -this residents in the.city and the people .drawing: .their water supply from the river below us. In conclusion, J would inform you tiaat an auditors' stateaxetti as to fin- ning- of the new year. J would -take this opportunity W J J.4.U tALI CO t V spec) wiU -be taken put of the Police ,0f -thanking the ratepayers for. the -departmejat. a reduction oi The iollowiug is a summary of !he w-brk done in .this department during the period from January i, 1910, no. er 3, 1010: support .tliey have given .me dur ing the year, and to .assure .them that r. -cnt work well in advance I can secLoadsgarbge removed my whole aim and ambition has been to conduct the affairs of .the city as economically as possible. E. ADAMS. t Mayor. ;