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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta day, 22, 1011 TJTK LHT i: n.viLV A SNAP! 7 Roomed House on London Road Owner Leaving City For Particulars Inquire at F. C. Lowes Co. Balmoral Blk. Lethbridge COUNCIL ADOPTS SINGLE TAX City Solicitor to the Prepare Bylaw Providing for Several up to Date and Important Radical .Changes POLICE TEACH MANNNERS TO MONTREAL'S CAR HOGS One of I ho mo.vt radical ehangoK which lias mado ;i Jong timo In connection with Hit- city govern- ID cm vest, (inlay afternoon tlie council unanimously udopt- od of taxation could only (-ffecled by an ani'iinlment of ihe city chat-tvr i lo thai, elYecl, but on ivii-.-enc'e io Ibo I city charter It was round that nil building may be wholly or partially J LOOK THIS UP Lots 38-39, Block 129, each Easy terms R. V GIBBONS CO. ROOMS F. AND G., BALMORAL BLOCK. Phone 1191 Attempt Being Made to Bring Daily Disgraceful Crush to an End- Street Railway Officials Power- less, so Police Step In eU the report of City ABHWHOI- Mcooli jsxo'inpt from taxation, but that a by- 1 -Montreal, Nov. new advocating Hint the Single Tax would have to be nassvd bv Iho iust been tl i Mon be put in force in I uoiinoH riitifyiny UIP (-lmnKo. TIiu i niauy lo yo invo v-tfL-.-t for .'befily Solicitor was UiorcWe. instruct-' the Police are cnllod comini; year. The idea of Single jfd -io prepare the. nr-ft'ssary hyla'.v Their ri'iwijs1; duly has benn growing rapidly in the city hand submit it ai, the ne.vt mvetiiij; of iutpaching po'iitoiii'-ss to tiie for th a past year, and found many j the Council. male inhabitants of Ftaiincii sup porters. Tho re-ior-: nf j t'it.y Engineer hard and As- -Mr. Mepch to council about six Isossor .Meecii submitiLMl a teport stilt- undoubtedly was most needed__at aso. however, brought, matters! inn thai. 'Uiey had arrivt-d in a plun j downtown transfer points at six u'- j to a head, and his report, which waj j for a uniform survey of North Lcih-j r'lof-'k In the The published in the Herald at that time j bridge, but the maMvr was laid on tho at point u evening- [table till the next meeting. Tin- rush hour is unequalled, and) vey will be made some lime win- j "as aroused the anger and disgust I01' diosc who have had to j beim introduced wheiv Union Bank of Canada Paid-up Capital and Undivided Profiti Total AiBeti, London, England Office, 51, Ihreadnecdle Street, E.C. A Ilraiich of this H.-.tik has been established in London, England. at No. 51, Thrcadiici-dle Street, K.C., where letters of Credit and Drafts payable at all impurtaul jxjints in Canada and the United States, can be piirt-baicd, and Monay Transfers arranged. A Visitors' Room is provided for Hie coiiveuient-c of clients of the Hunk when in London, to which their mail may be addressed. Correspondence solicited. i "f F- W. ASHE. Manager. London M _ u. i_ c A, (ta. m. t.. HrtpiT-SMlTH, Farm Loans Fire Insurance Houses to Rent Rea! Estate-Business Site 75x125 ft. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE. SHERLOCK H eagerly discussed by man payers. The Floor Space Bad great of discussion arofit out of report at yesterday's duo lo a question raisod by Aid Uic floor space tax 10 be imposed, as advocated in -Hie report. Aid. Fray us contested that the taxation of ttoor sjjace at same rate in all cv tin; city was not he holding that ihc merchant on the main busi- ness section of Hie city paid a low- er rate, according to the value of the; floor snare 'than the man o no rill side. Changes in the Hospital Property Aid. ilowmaji h rough-' in a motion Hint, a bylaw be passed amending Hylaw N'o. S4, in connection with the Dwnsrshlj) of tho itospita'i grounds. According to the above by- law (hat. part of thy .Maeleod road bet wean Fourth and Sixth avenues, and also Fifth struct has been closed for the use o'-" His hospital. Mo'.vcv- I er, ,by an error of the bylaw tliv cross- jing of Fifth stre-et and Macleod road j has not been included in tho parcel of 1 the A.. H. iiiKl 1. t'o. wish ivhilu lliriicd over Hi order that they may rnakv all the however, pointed j out to him thai in Smith might be taxed for 'that on the norlh aide, Hs-ad for similar nurposts would be taxed for probably only so l-h'U. the floor tax would be essont'a.1- of [w-ltnesH II. In thy rush of the (lion-! j sands of home-goers for seats in the uptown bound cars men and women have been trampled upon and fre- JHiiemly serious injuries havw occurr- ed. Tho crowd has swarmed jOVttr -.lie rat's lisforu they come to a ;siop, and in tin; mad contest wo- (moti niiuirally haw little chance io saais. Inspector Leg-gait, who has charge of the mottnied police, 'and'who is .virtual head .of the lic siiuad. determined to change this >'laie affairs. For tins past few evenings he has lined up bis men 'at tlic crowded where the ly just. A HlidiiiK scale of floor tax- ation as pitss trucks intersect., and compelled '-Lhe nectary transfers their pro- crowd l j pony is leased to the C. P. H. M. a bo I he end of the year. A l.ylaw was !a-retore passed closinR up that part (.hance lo SMlire seals of the Maeleod road Foiirlli am] Si.v-'.h avenues, and also all in'eT- h-otiifen first As a result many men who" have neon accustomed "hogging" wats, have ridden -liomc was poiiiLed out -to be impracticable, lanes, the city to )ian a Kiraj, wjlite tllf! 1 transier tins property to the hospital and ii was also shown '-'.hat accord- ing lo Hut plan to. be followed to j bring about M.'o purest form of sinslo taxaiion possible in the cfty, the speo ia'l floor l.nx would.likely be elirninat- 5 roomed on ord A vo. North, in .splendid shape. Price cash, per mon-Hi. The owner is forced lo sell at this extremely low figure ae he is leaving town. North Lethbridge Realty Co. Money To Loan On unproved farm lands and city property. We have several good lots on spur track for each THE C, B. BOWMAN AGENCY Acadia Block. Phone 1325. board. Thus the A. It. and I. will be to give a resistiTcd ihle to all j the hospital property in one block. courtcsv. 3d the courtesy due them a pronouncedly forced Three Radical Changes According -to the report adopted, the city will n-axt yoar make throe radi- cal changes in its; method o't assess- j was don me tit: First, tlio assessment on all yesterday. real estate in city limits will be raised ten per cent.: second, there will be a reduction of the superas- f-eHsm-eirL of forty p-er cent.; third, thcro wit'i be a floor space tax im- Posed .which is expected to cover the loss of ''a.ves resulting; from the low- ering of superasscssmcnl. Change Made by Bylaw H was tho Impression of Mayor Adams that the change in 'the metb- -Montreal's; public is "dead sick" of Report Stil! Lags j Inadequate street car As City Solicitor Conybsiire and prayers are going- up stibmRtod no price for proiwriiifj tho ,aH hands that tlic propostnl gigantic amended charter, including the com- j niergcr of all the on the island mission form of government nothing .Moniraai wiill heip a liHIo. This e. about this matter not likely, however, as. wh-en the new corporation has finished iiayini.; An incimry was made to wh-eth- interest, rlinrgcs, bond indebtpd- er uny steps had been tak-en to se- and so on, it will have nothing and yourself.' evepuwbere 15 Canada, Ask 3 EDDY'S MATCHES." Ii is a mistake to think that horses at light, work oan be kept entirely on hay. The name is true of colts. Mr. Horseman, feed your horse good oats. I have them. HAY, GRAIN A. FEED Wholesale i Retail J. C, llannilian Phone 349 Athletic Park cure from the A. H. and I.. C'o. block of land on .the river bottom for sewage disposal 1-i was loft in the treasury 10 hand out The hardworking man of -che street in commencing to found that nfl defijiite report had as think -that, the best way out of it is yoi. hesn received from the City Bn- llim lo lvn'I: lie has saved t'ineer as to his reciulremcnts, but car tickets ouy an auto- efrort will be made t.o have the whole mobile. matter t'lcared up before the wnd of the year. CHRISTMAS MAIL WILL BE HEAVY RAISING MONEY FOR OLD McGILL Muinn-al, Nov. sun? Gso. Angus. F. E. Shantz. Angus Shantz ROOM 116 SHERLOCK BLDG. 2 St. B. Xortli; face oast; terms; oiicli 2 Si. C. North; face east; terms; each 3 South; face east; Duff Addition; for a short lime only; j-ood vjilue; each 1 1-2 AVC. South; fine huililing Kite; .......01150 C. N. R. survey; all fenced; good house and barn; well; partly broke; cash per iicre; hal. one-half crop. Bargain price per acre Herald called upon Mostniaster Ix X. nig-iuboLlianr tliife morning to scribni in tin jjiscL-rtiain if the post oilier? facilities niilli'Mt didlars as a fund lo McOill liere were adequate to nccomnioclatc is now fit, the Ilin large ('hristma-s mail which will Two giTis of each through the local office- during i wcrt! this mominfr by the the nc-xt six weeks. Mr., Higinboth- commiiitv in charge of the Ciiir-Piiign. The mrnibrrs of the Hirks familv oi'- am is of tllc opinion ilmi Uic stuff aml accoinmoihitiniis an: slicli tliaf. llu: mail he handled [jti_ offered the amount on condiii-jn spairh siafl has been j dual llgurc rained f0 incivased until 'it i.s now limn j 5M.OOO wliich undonbtedly will be Tho conimilLcc hopes to raise- ai least. more during the al any lime in the lii.slory ot the eify. A Cin-rier was added this innrnintr to the place of one of Ih-' men. Colin who recent- ly lor Scot laud k'avo. An effort i.s heiliir irjlde lo iinollier e.-in-ier. or probably I wo. to LISKIKI, The Alberta Securities TK.VCK.YGi: lols on I'onior. proiliiciiiL1, iH'oud I'cvciiiR1. Teriiis. IJLOCK, PHONE 1245. LETHEHIDGE. H-AFK INVKSTMRXTS lots in Block terms. H lots 136 feel deep, corner Ave. and Ifith St., terms. ".7 1-2 feet on London llond, close to Hartlett, terms. 8 roomed fully modern house tnewi mid 27 foo't lot on Urun- icii, cash, balance arranged. A. E. IVES Block. Office Phone 738. and it is very likely that this be grained. The- volume uf in the LcUi- oflicc1 i.s sU-nilily and alnrady the mail in to add Io the work Of Ihu staff. Parcels tor countries should be posted as early as possible in order thai twy iniy rnach their di'siimninii in linn- fur (.'Iiristnias de- livery, livery cliorl is made to cni'i1 with the situation which tin' department here, and tlic best possible scrvlc- will be pivcn that I lie accommodations will allow. Rich Harvest Coming As ihe largest coiiKumer of food- stuffs in the country, this city is gen- uinely concerned over -the prospect of another season of high prices for all kinds of meal, products. At first was a disposition -to decry the necessity a-: any decided advance -in retail prices, and to attribute 'the threat of higher rates to the opera- tion of the trust.. As the reports of a j genuine scarcity of high grade cattle and other meat animals have contin- ued to coma in from all parts of the conn try, however, and hare been flec'lcd in the actual advance of whole sale prices, the public has become convinced that, .it must soon pay moiAj1 its daily roust or go without. As a t.en cent, advance in prices will add nearly n day to Montre- al's moal bill, the prosper.) of an in- crease that may amount to twice thai sum is a serious one for most citi- zens. One c'lass does not. share this fronenil npt.vehension is the cold I storage men. A qui.-v investigation tof the houses shows that they jaru carrying far more than their or- jdinary quantities or the ordinary sub- :sioti, Xov. Alexander j stitntes for mcnr, foods. Taking ad- iail of Queen School of Mining, j of the record-breaking sun-1 fcreii SIOO.'WO mill Hoht. Rrtonl also RETURNS TO COLLEGE BLUSHING WITH HONORS If you wiiul Heal Es- tate, Htiigg really Ims real, none better in Oiin- adii. Have in neighb'or'- liood of nc.ros for T. IF, Removed to Suite 207 Sherlock Block Take the elevator W.R. DOBBIN Agent for Avery A Steam Plowing Engines. A Genuine Snap S Lots in Queen Victoria Park All corner proper- ties. located on Westminster Road H. J. H. Skeith Phone 1343 Opp. Hotel j'has raiurned from Prince Kdwai-d he was 'elected last nv-'inbt-r of tlie legislat last Miavy uro. j in Hi Hi'of. MacI'Itail does not ly resigning his present position as it Jan. Mcs of fish, pouliry and og'gs that, hc-aii pouring into their market ic past two mont.hs they ful- stocked with all these products, nd are looking forward a correr- will not be necessary at present. n% jprondingly rich harvest. It. is osti- wife would need io do over bronze" finger bowls, vases and the Certain sweets, loo, may become popular in other ways than as food, Johnson Block, LETHBRIDGE, Alta.! fllu of the coal tar j proi'lncts which they contain 1ms muted .that within the past few foith many inquiries as to the cost of using them to color.flan- ii'3l garments, coal far being largely used in tho making of dyes. Alto- gether the pure food show, while un- doubtedly of much ecncaiional value, may lead to weird and undreamed of uses for producls. TRIAL OF KNOX The trial of Charles Knox, colored, charged with and occa- Winter. Knox appeared in court yesterday morning ifn.i was ad- mitted -io hntl in ffiOO for hlmaelf and MANY CASES LEFT OVER TO NEXT TERM The sittings of the District Court commenced yesterday before Winter. In the case of Itingrose Savory, judgment WHS feu- tho plaintiff for tho full amount of bis claim plus costs. The case of Lovellle vs. N'elsan was -.settied out of court. The following cases stand over until the next Hltllny of tho Court in De- coin bur. namely: Toronto Type Foun- dry vs. llranrlow; Twedt VK. Halbge- .M.-irlt CIo. vs. d'.illoway; Oxley vs. Woodruff; McA-ja vs. Larnbort.; (Kaston .t C'o vs. Haldwin; I-iaiiton ft. Co. vs. M. Avald; K-jston Csi. vs. John Keivc. Tho case of Kilpow Uros. VH. IJarclt way struck of the list, while tho cases of (be McPherson Krntt Co. vs. Allen and Kclsoy vs. McCanu wore Rut down for liparlng Thursdiiy and j Wednesday respectively. The wcdncsdny respectively. The np- from Chwlffl Urowcr. J. R. Pnl- of Wooley vs. Turner will be taken _ bodily harm to one George jnicr (s repivsotriinR the neeiiaoil whiln sner a( Tabor last. Tlinrsdny F. P. C'onybearo .is crown proan- place on .Mondny, Nov. before jcutor, 'up on Prldaj while that of PmtKinan OMlospio adjourned until next sitting of the court. SUMMER ALL WINTER Keon tlio house warm and you will save i.lio oxpcnso of a trip in winter; you will keep all your family together and in hcvilth. Trt do (his yon will need the Hot Wat or Heating System, and for economy, efficiency and regularity you will want n Hot Water Boilers It allows you In have flowers in Hie house and comfort Hie year round. Us finMmx absorbs all dm heal into the water, and I here is no chance1 of a fire. Hiroufili ;m accumulation of clinker, Owinp to spcciat construction the hnnl fa all kept in the boilrr; Hiir, cnir- your rcvil consUlerabfy. The non-lea It ing imsli-nipjilo joint and other will gladly lull >on about if yo" writR us for further and booklet. We j'so carry in stock complete line of plumbing material.. METALS, LIMITED EDMONTON. LETHBRIDGE. ts rnorn -limn a. million OSBS have 3011 e into storage, while poultry is heiiig rcceivod at th-a ra.'e of pounds daily, and much of H is bniug taken by -.he same int'ar- osts. Mora fish are said t0 be held in cold Rtornse than ever before in ibe history of the city. As a or prcKrnt rondition.s .it. is c.onfidently predictpd by the sterns? men t.hat the country will have 10 rt-'ly on them in greater moasnrc than ever befnin for its food during the coin- Ing winter. Meanwhile tha state of- ficials are pUiuiuii; to give vigorous enforcomeiif !o the now law limiting time ibat food may be kept, in storage. Impure Foods l.cetum-s on pnrp food which has been goinp on this fear I hat. i 'ihey may unwittingly inaugural- ed a new UK? for certain canned food. visitors. aKrarted in j large numbers hy (he have i interested in (ho donionh-f.nitioiiK of proper tnvy.hod of (rail- ed peas, which may bn dulr.'iTions. Aecordiiifr to th? :i i Rrtain brilliant srccn hue of imported to bv avoided on the sus- picion that ii is obtained by the of copper. lie illnsf.rated a sum tast iiy pouring; n little hydrorhloric acid into fan of theHC peas and tlicn insert ing a steel hniiicj blaile. The bUtdc out boaulifully coated with perfectly good copper. There- after his life was madn miserable by ns 10 how ninny caijs of peas and bow much acid the TO ARREST TRAINMEN Grand Forks, N. D., Xov. rants were sworn out. here -today" for HIP arrc.sf nf Condnc.'or W. AI, Chris- tlon.ven and Knginecr D. W, Acker, members of tho train crew of the freight trains which collided with.'tho Xorthern enaibound fast matt six miles ens) of Rugby, N. 13., yester- day, Isaac Wright, engineer, afid -Mirliael Cleary. fireman both of Dev- il's Lake, killed in the crash. six-room collage, fully iiKMlorn. terms. Owners. The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. 7th Street ;