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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday; Jfovember DAirv HERAtD BEAUTIFUL SHRUBS Are you aware of the large number of fine hardy Flowering Shrubs that are perfect- ly hardy on the prairie and will thriye there year after year, getting more beautiful -every year? can send you a selection "of twelve vareties, three years old, that "will all this coming summer and all will be blooming at different periods til fall. The selection includes Lilacs, Snow- balls.. Spireas; Elders, Berberries, Snowberrles, Deutzias, Honey- suckles, etc., etc. All two to three-feet high; three years" old, regular value T" This selection, -all- express charges pre- paid to your nearest express office at price, For 30 days only of Place orders e Only per dozeii Kpotenay Valley Mirror Lake, E. C. CONSIDERED REPORT IN COUNCIL NO DYSPEPSIA OR STOMACH MISERY Heartburn, Gas Sourness] ll Stomach Dis- Aid. King Asks Questions ;not be a case of indi- gestion here it; readers who are 'sub- ject to Stjomacnt trouble knew About Certain Things THE POWER PLANT harmless will digest a 'f slightest fuss j relieve the sourest. acid stomach -in. five minutes, besides "foul, nauseous odors I WOMEN WERE SWINDLED Saskatchewan-Man ducted Fake Matrimon- -1 ial Bureau NATION SEIZES Children's Shelter and the Early Closing Also Discussed Mayor'Adams was'last night gran ed sis weeks' leave of absence and C B. cowman was appointed actin mayor during his absence.; A.lfhou? the latter, through'being chairman-o finance, committee, automatically. comes -acting- mayor, it' was7 thdugh tnat.to-ratify it by motion, to proven any trouble over-the signing -of de bentures that might come up. Towards the close of the meetm Aid. Bowman got on his feet and said NOV.- 21 Tlie ck of Joseph Brooke C man, charged -by .the Saskatchewan to recover l authorities -with unlawfully 713ing their mails., has -been .remanded by Pro- afnt" Vincial -Police Magistrate McMicken- until Saturday. Ke is alleged to have conducted a fake marriage bureau with headquarters at Cantillon, Sask., whence he sent circulars, and adver- tisements to the southern and.eastern 'in Of frauct and othcrWoae- the.stock is a lormer employee -of the was a club of o lour hurfdred well-tordo'.iarmers in 'the vicinity who wanted --wives. Two 'dol- lars was the price confiding females paid. The postmaster became .suspic- and the arrest of Sherman, here followed. The Waddington- Stuckey Co. HAY GKAIN MERCHANTS Timothy, Alfalfa, Brome and Upland Cats, Wheat Bran, Rolled and Chopped Grain and Potatoes always in StOCk- Office. Johnson BIk. Rhone'42c '.Warehouse: Rear of DaJias Phone 683 Ice and. MAYING Western Transfer Company LONG 3ROS., Proprietors. Office next Arcade. Phone T16S. it bC- suit against the concern, out- being unable 'to 'serve the--. mons in the action because sum-. England, cylaw. In the original draft the by aW, covered the municipal elections only omiting the school trustee el- ections. It named Geo. W. Hobin-'' son as returning officer, John Henrr i'leetwood as deputy returning Of- ricer: for .the poll south of the tracks and Geo. H. Johnston deputy return- ing officer 'for north of the tracks. The poll i closing time was fixed, at seven o'clock p.m. The bylaw was AUCTION SALES Conducted on short notice Sat- Isfaction guaranteed. Live "stock and implements a specialty. J Smith, 414 Wood St, LethbridgY Wberta. Regular sales at J c' Graves' Sale Barn, Wood St" on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month. GENERAL DELIVERY WAGGONS don't know how you arrive at-you' steam shovel figures, if they are correct they are certainly most sub- ecting. I have heard so much-about he steam shovel since I came buck- that I did not think such a good show- ing was possible. Mayor Adams assured him that the I'igures were Quite correct. He had absolutely no idea of. putting any- thing into the report tti.it woul'l mis lead the ratepayers in the slightest degree. The only thing- he hai "to say was that tne report might have as long as it was but hs had tried o with- in bounds. Ho.me. A lengthy letter from Ensign Laidiaw of the Salvation Anay was received by the City Council" last night. It referred to the work being done hy Mrs. Brad-beer in connection with the Salvation Army of conduct ing a home for- all kinds of unfort unates. The rush was getting Verj heavy now and the letter suggested that the city pay Mrs. Bradbeer ?5Q a month rent for the house, together with water and light, she in return making an appeal to the elec- tors- on a demand for government ac- tion in securing railway connection over the Hope mountains. ..WAS 122 YEARS OLD 'San Die-go. Cal.. Nov.. Bn- roel, a. Mexican, who. it is claimed, 122 year, four '20 days old. died here Today. Buroel was born in.Sonora, Mex., and in this country "many years. The age given in the undertaker's certificate is decJ e5! TO be authentic. an agreement to have it demolished on or before May 1st, 1911. Treasurer Wants Raise. R. C. Farris, city, treasurer, wrote applying for an increase of salary from 1105 per month to ?1500 per year. -He-said be .would like to have the.present council deal with his ap- plication as -.it knew what work he had to do and bow he had done it. I iell .you. what I think about it, said Aid. Oliver, r think we should have a set scale of salaries the same as the C, P. R. and similar organi- zations have. we nave it .now, declared both Aid. Bowman, and Sage, and the lat- ter ifio'igb.t, however, thev should show their appreciation of Mr. Far- ris' services. Some of the other ald- ermen made similar observations, but finally the application was laid over to next year's council with a general recommendation that salaries of all clerks wno have served the citr over a year be increased each year until tne limit is reached. Old Goodman Building Building Inspector Meech wrote in regard to what is known as the old Goodman block on Third avenue. The matter, ne said, had never been lost sight of by him. By an arrange- ment with the proprietor, made Some Company being the low-! est. The prices were all very -much lower this year than last and matters would he further improved from the fact .that he had provided that no transformers be. accepted by the city before toeing tested, but for the pur- pose of making this test it would -be necessary for the city to purchase a ?25G instrument. He also quoted prices on about twently electric light columns for Gait Park. -'All' of his report.was adopted except that part referring to the latter. Aid. Sage did they need be in a hurry -for them. Aid. Hatch said that orders for this kind of thing usually had to- be placed a long while'ahead of the include the school trustees. Aid. King wanted "to ktfow wfiy the time of ..closing was changed from eight, o'clock'at it was'lasc year to .The secretary-'treasiur- er said he had changed it because few had voted after seven o'clock 'last year. Yes, he said'in'answer-to' a "furtive question of AW. King-, had been, present in' the-polling-- room and counted them himself: How-" ever, the council, agreed to 'fix the time at S o'clock as it was-before. Aid. Sage asked whether Fleetwood: could -be deputy returning officer and at the same time "a candidate tor school trustee. He asked it for Fleet- wood's 'Own sake, for .if he' -was re- turning officer he might be done out of his election. Aid. King wanted to know -what they wanted a deputy returning; of- ficer for if the returning- officer was n the polling station throughout polling as he had just stated. The secretary treasurer said that: time they were required.' Aid. Bow- man said he was sorry that' more work had not 'been done on the park this year. The mayor said that the electric wires for the lights had to be earned in conduits and it was impos- sible to put them in this winter Aid Sage pointed out that the firm whW figure Supt. Reid recommended ac- ceptance of was a Minneapolis con- cern. If they could get a Canadian firm or even a lc them they should he would sooner do it himself than have anyone else but Fleetwood act- ing as deputy. FJeetwood -was one returning officer in a thousand and he did not believe, anyone else could; be obtained to do it efficiently. Aid. Bowman caused a laugh remark-- ing.that with all the other ratepayers as candidates he did not they ge anyone in Fleetwood's place' could Someone suggested Fleetwood's name the All Hand Made. Best Materials and Workmanship. L. H. FOWLER CO. Corner Smith and Duffcrin- Streets. to conduct it as a temporary home for all -cases sent there by the police and-report regularly to the council. Messrs. Sage. King and Frayne were appointed a specal committee to deal with the request and to re- port to the council at a special meet ing if necessary. Early Closing Asking that the City Council either force the existing early closing by- law or get a new one, Robert''Buid- ing, Shover and J. G. Brown were a deputation from the Retail .Clerks' Protective Association that waited on the. City Council last night. R. Binding acted as spokesman. and remarked that nearly all the mer- chants in the city and practically all the clerks are in favor of the bylaw being enforced. He had noticed that the waterworks bylaw and other by- laws were being rigidly enforced auc[ for infractions of them people were appearing in the polico court, daily STOVE POLISH Knight" Stove Polish was made for women .to save tfccni .irork, worry and weariness "Black Knight" 5s the Stove Polish Just a few light rubs, with cloth or brush, brings a brilliantly blade polish that lasts. It's ready to BSC no dirty cheaper than any other becanie, ft goes farther and TOO get a can for joe. "Slack Kaiyht" at yottr -cod for free jxwtjwll urn F. r. BAUET 'l? thtfroo-jt "2 r- which to demolish it or to move it outside the first class fire limits. The letter was received and filed and the action taken approved and the building inspector instructed that he would -have the full backing of the council in carrying out tne regula tions. Board of Health Report; The secretary of the Board o Health rreported covering last Fri day night's meeting of the board. The report was adopted and, the health oiricer authorized to keep in stock the suggested quantities of diph therla anti-toxin. Post Office Inspector D. A. Bruce acknowledged the receipt ,of a. letter from the mayor notifying him tnat the 'streets and houses "in city were alp numbered ready for street mall delivery. He said he was 'forwarding the information to Ottawa. it was decided to instruct Supt Reid to secure ri Tom of Hen- ry's son, it was pointed out, had been Water Power Motion Passed. A communication was received from the city commissioners of Ed- tbat tlie be prices lie able of acting. Aid. King still stack out for making the secretary treas- urer, as returning officer, look after the poll himself, only the Provincial Government to investigate and secure for the public water powers in the'Province and prevent s passed by other councils! enclosed. The council con- it must be all right and so passed a resolution endorsing the way there is more' than one poll, for the returning officer to preside at one of However, he succeeded in get- substituted for Tom them Belly River Bridge, letter wais .liecaived from the (secretary of the Board of Trade en- 'closing copies ot letters sent to W A. Buchanan. M.P.P.. and Hon. Ar- chie Maclean, relative to the need of a traffic-.-bridge across the Belly Klver. north of the city. council ordered a letter writ- ito minister of public works other resolutions, and instructing the secretary-treasurer to notify the Ed- monton men that what'they asked' had been done. On' the motion of Aid. Frayne j Supt Reid was ordered to place ai electric street lamp in .front of solation hospital. Accounts totalling ordered paid. Mayor Adams said there ter from the Trusts and Guarantee Co., relative to .the leasing of the woollen mills, .but he did not think it' t0 Introdu9e it before the city has secured UUe to the mills. Consequently it was not read. Some Bylaws Put Through Bylaws :concerning spur tracks wore was a let- BOTH WILL HANG Husband and Wife are Found Guffiy of Killing a Man Who An- noyed Them i- Dequesne. Ark., Xov. circuit court here today a jury returned a ver- dict of murder in the first degree against John Ford and his wife. Leila, for the killing of William Nichols near here on Sept. 30. Judge Cowling- sen- tenced both to be hanged on Jan. 20. The tragedy resulted from Nichols1" driving across a pea patch belonging fo the Fords to get to a hay barn which he had leased. The testimony showed that Nichol'i was slabbed to death by Ford end that Mrs. Ford aided him in the ;