Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
LCTHftKlDOC DAILY MfcHAUO. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1909. SEVEN uym In The peopleiwho are buying this property are among the best posted in Lethbridge. We have yet to meet the man who will riot admit that these lots are more than cheap. The Price is a Lot With extra for corner pairs. Terms cash, balance monthly or quarterly FirC or Tci of these- Lots are easily handled Don't Wait until they are ail picked over ASK YOURSELF What will these lots be Worth when Lethbridge has a population of We leave the rest to you. 70 PREVENT CHILD, MARRIAGES SOY. in- crease in tlie number of mar- riages of Americans ia where licenses are obtained and ceremonies performed, have been brought to the attention of the Detroit authorities 'and. it is probable representations will be made either to Toronto or Ot- uav.'a setting for tue necessity, for more stringent laws governing the srantin? of licenses to Americans v. io cross the river to many. f ti aer biiiesme-Kerersio in Uimese (Continued From Page 3.) "OLD COUNTRY" EXCURSIONS For the accommodation of those who are visiting the "Old sailing from St. John, the Can- adian Pacific Railway will start tourist car from Calgary at 24.40k on train No. 96 of November 29th. This car will run through to St. John to connect, with, the "Empress of Bri- tain" on December 3rd and "Gram- pian" on December 4th. For .reservations apply to any C. P. R. Agent, or C. Ticket Agent, Calgary. EASTERN CANADA EXCURSIONS Low Round Trip Rates to Ontario, Quebec and Maritime Provinces Chief Gillcspie said that he generally busy until about o'clock in the police court and until midnight or later at his other work. Aid. Hutton said he would take his ovvii teams over on Monday and fix it. up himself for nothing. Girls in Chinese Joints Chiei Gillespie wrote a letter to tin1 council with regard to the em- ployment of white girls in Chinese restaurants and stores and recom- mended that the council do their power to prevent the was i resented the paper in Canada and four j had persuaded the mayor to take it j andTo wire the Canadian agent to cut the advertisement out at once, j and to send the bill to date, j In connection with this discussion, j Aid Hatch drew attention to the [fact that the gas and street railway companies arc to pay for the adver-; Using of the by-laws. i No Porches j No person will be allowed to build P'.J.iiUti.'UCU C1IU L'U ljO.iV.lj 1 u He had with him" a copy of the Porches it wquld hurtle along the building of a new government post office. Aid. explained that the postoffice was crowded aird there, "was no room in- side, for the entrance to break the in- flow of the cold air. He thought, however, that it was a matter be- tween the postmaster and the post office department. Aid. Hutton was _ J IV. J V.. -l VIH-ifcT aii-aid that everybody else in _ bliiidiR, to denominations of ness would come along asking for the same thing. Aid. Hatch considered that if the request were not granted advertisement which read the mavor wanted, i UP an? Portion of the or "Capital wanted, for lanes. There was a lengthy discus- installation of street car system in ;siori on the matter, not so much as and went on to PrinciPle, on a11 agreel some facts about Lethbridge. He said W to makmS an that as a result of the advertisement he had received eight or ten corn- muriicatio'ris. Aid. Bowman remarked that the all in i city had nothing to do with getting employ- at re- it tion of the post office. Postmaster Higinbotham asked_ for permission to elect a -storm-porch in front of the post office doors. Aid. Oliver moved that the request be granted provided that the porch ex- mcnt of girls under eighteen years of age by Chinese, and event to prevent the employment of white women all by them. He said that from cent investigations he had made was something that ought to be done. He had had two young girls before Supt. Chadwick, and if their state- ments were true it was not right morally for girls to bo employed at these places. There are lots of other places where girls can live respect- ably. The boys and girls of theciiy have been giving the police a good of trouble, and thc most of the trouble had arisen after the parents should have seen that the children were in bed. He hoped that the cur- few bell would soon be in place, and then he would be able to enforce the law, and make the parents care for their children as they should. The chief's letter was referred to the city solicitor. Court of Revision j The council will hold a special meeting as a Court of Revision on Dec. 27, to hear and discuss any ap- months 1 peals that may be made against the! tii local improvement assessments. These Tickets issued in connection Atlantic JS_334_80> nctr Steamship Business will be on sale from Nov. 21 and limited to five months from date of issue. Finest Standard First Class and Tourist Sleeping Cars and Dinin" Cars on all Through Trains. Compartment Library Observation Cars en "Imperial Limited" and "At- lantic money for the street car system, as j leQ.d nQt fcct oa the that was a private matter or thc company. Mayor Thing, er aldermen and Hatch that the doors open to the in- T cannot Hatch objected to ailow- a i ing anv building on the sidewalks at !all assented. Aid. Hutton objcction tQ pcoplc part Of the said such an advertise- sidevv-alk Ald Oliver drew attention Henderson doing such. to which expression the AW Hutton also registered his ment was all nonsense, and Aid. Oii ver and Adams said the city get no benefit. would Tickets on sale Dec. 1 to Dec. 31, .in- clusive, good .to return within three Through Express Trains Daily THE "TORONTO 'EXPRESS" leaves Winnipeg daily at 22.40, matv- w connections at Toronto for all points East and West thereof. The "Imperial Limited" leaves Ui nipog daily at 18.15, and the "Atlantic Exp-ess" at S.OO daily making con- nections at Montreal for all points East thereof Apply to the Nearest C. P. R. Agent for full information plank sidewalks, for ce- ment walks and for sew- ers at a foot, Mayor Turned Down The city council Saturday night turned down one of Mayor Hender- son's advertising schemes, and order- ed the cancellation of an advertise- ment which hr- had ordered in Sep- tember. The account from the "Standard of of London, Eng., for for four insertions of an advertisement each week during October was read. Aid. Bowman How Will They Act? That is the test for Suits and Overcoats. You can see the style, fit and finish for yourself. But how they will wear and hold their shape, rests with the makers. The Fit-Reform trademark guarantees the service of. every garment we sell. Suits aad Overcoats to 109 HI en, tuv.. v be refused as it was n'ot authorized by the council. None of the aldermen knew any- thing of thc matter, and so Secretary Robinson explained that Mayor Hen- derson had ordered the advertisement at the rate of a week' in thc pa- per and had instructed him to pre- pare the advertisement, which copy he gave to one H. Jordan, who rep- McKELViE McGUIRE Sole Agents for manner in which his duties here being: performed. that he folt inclined to j montll Lundbrock has make special exception tor the post experiencing a very considerable office as the benefit would be more influx for thc public than for the owners of! in a._ thc building. Aid.-Oliver and tor the motion, Aid. J Had Weak Back- Would Often Lie in Bed for Day Scarcely Able to Turn Herself. Weak back, comes from the kidneys, and when the kidneys are'out of order the? the. Christian church for purposes of i -whole system becomes deranged. _ Those public worship. Merited praise who have never been troubled with kid-- given Rev. Mr. Mowat. the''Anglican ney trouble do not know of the suffering clergyman of this Held, for the faith-i and misery which those afflicted undergo, i LUNDBRECK NOTES Tlie opening of St. Chad's Anglican cnnrch last Lord's Day by Bishop Pinkham. of Calgary, marks an epoch in the missionary work of the Christ- ian churches in this community. Up till the present time no suitable build- ing was .obtained for church services here. The Bishop "generously offers Dean's Kidney Pills are a specific for all kidney troubles. They begirt by'-hetping the kidneys to flush of all the acrid and poisonous impurities which have collected, thus or new settlors. Tin's is due; clearing out the kidneys, bladder and ;Tent, measure to tlie reviving j all the urinary passages and carrying of ihe Breckt and tho Gaibraitl man voted for the motion, Aid. plants are rumiinc- at Hatch, Hutton and Adams against. Ifnji capacity and new men are being City Engineer Arnold, suggested on daily. that R. E. Sherlock be allowed to i y_ the genial proprietor have a hatchway for the taking of: of the Windsor hotel, appears unus-j sufferer while trying to perform" my ashes out of the basement, of the j ually cheerful these days. The Wind-! household duties. I had doctors attend- Hatch objected to away the uric acid, the chief cause of rheumatism, from the blood. Mrs. Schnare, Black Point, N.B., years I was troubled with weak back. Oftentimes I have lain, in bed for days, being scarcely able to turn myself, and I have also been a great ._ _. trade this fall block. Aid. Hatch objected to accommodation is at a request being granted as he wanted j premjurn. to preserve intact the full width o: on the new public school is the alley. The council unanimously refused Mr. Sherlock's request. rapidly pushed forward in order to the fact that it was a public building, and that the permit was (only temporary, as the resolution Finally, as the mayor had ordered called for its being removed at the it, the council to pay thc bill order of'the council- Aid. Bowman to have it in readiness for occupancy at the beginning of next term. j With the increasing population of REID HILL the town the school attendance is Every Wednesday night at in i keeping pace and we hope to have one or" other of the homes of operation by the beginning of next Mill a prayer meeting is held under j term a public school which from the the auspices of the Baptist cli'irch. j standpoints of beauty of architecture Rev.A.J.Leal, A.A.R..T., leads these servj and sanitation, modern equipment ices which are not confined to any, and general-academic management, one sect or denomination, bur. any'second to few in the province, and every one who comes is assured i Mrs_ Burns, of Gillingham, enter- of a hearty welcome. These meetings j tained a number of her friends on helpful and inspiring, the hymns: Friday evening last. A most enjoy- bright and ctfeerful, and not one dull was participated in by those moment from start to finish. .Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shofner left on 'Monday for the States. They intend being away for some months and will probably visit Denver. Col., Wood- :ward and Anadarko, Oklahoma. Mrs. Shofner for some considerable time i past has been in poor health and has j suffered rather severely. We sincere- ly hope that she will find the change 1 every way. present. The new screens being put in by the Galbraith Coal Company at their ing me without avail and tried liniments arid plasters, but nothing seemed to do me any good. I was about to give up in. despair when my husband induced me to try Doan's Kidney Pills, and after using two boxes I am now well and to do my work. I am positive Doan's Kidney Pills are all that you claim for them, and I advise all kidney sufferers to give them a fair trial." Price. 50 cents per box, or 3 for at all dealers or The T. Milburn Co., Lim- ited, Toronto, Ont. In ordering specify "DoanV leading tipple will greatly facilitate the handling of the coal. The Dominion estimates contain an appropriation of for a public building at Cranbrook and for a drill hall at Fernie. MASINAS1N i Masinaain, N'ov. H. White i returned from Xorth Dakota on Nov. While there he sold a quarter i section of land for He says I Southern Alberta is good enough forj j D. S. Reis left for Xorth Dakota Monday where he intends to sell jsome valuable town lots. Clayton Markel returned home to spend" a few days with his family Jon the homestead. I James Roan and mother made a 'business trip to Milk River Monday. Mr. McCoy, of Milk River, made a business trip through this part of the i country on Wednesday. iWANT DUTY PUT j ON TIN PLATE] shr-c-t slfrl cnrporntion Morrisbnrgj I Ont., will niako an application to for a duty tin plate as follows, ?3 per ton in black sheets j j JXT or: poli.-htt1. sheets and i per ton on Galvanized sheets and gal- I v.iniziid Canada plntes. The com- pany m.ido an unsTWtce.-'sful application i r duty last session. The fllberta Railway. and Irrigation Co. Are offering for Sale the Cheapest Lots on the Market EACH Situated North of Track The Alberta Railway 200 Irripilcn CD. LETHBRIDGE.