Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUESDAY, MOVIMMftH >m My TMC Wkal oftpatitiou to the Hos- pital Bjr-lav there is, is based on oi the expeose. It looks rather large to some that the city should pay thirty thousand dollars for a, hospital aiid theu contribute a thouaand dollars year for its maintenance. This in- itself is no sound argument, for a" hospital is -.viff must .have and it is far easier to pay half the price than to pay the whole of. 'it. But there is something else that the people of should remember and that ia that the present hospital has eoet 'them -but very little although harts had all the benefits of it. ktft U aaal M 4feiak.fMti04 oi the year s saaa'a -line lie occupied iu vaittuBf ike of iraiu and produce. uiMiewttnd that when the new Males are ready for wcigtuuAtier will alwayn be on baud. Why not have a appointed at ouee there will be IK> further compUinU about de- at the old The turners deserve fair in mat- ter. It k a peony wise and pound foolish poliejr to delay the oi a irefgbmaiiter. If the ars go about the country coupUin- ing of the weighing system in this city we will lose trade. We ought to do all that we possibly can to make the farming community per- fectly satisfied with this city as H market place. Yw CAMT SLEEP. ie MMjr a awl WOMUA toaeuif aigbc after upon dQiphn bad. do close, in aad ikui to are Bright. opttau- worry or AMMO eo debil'Utad iuul irritated ilut it GAttJwt be Or you einkiug eeaaafcioo, a feeliujt you are yoiuy to die; or OUR POINT OF VIEW Tuber coal .sells for ton in Saskatooc. Quite a bit of profit for the peraoDK this fuel be- tween Tabcr and Saskatoon isn't there? C, W. Rowley, the Calgary banker, ia a letter to a Calgary paper, points out Chat cheap living is an import- ant iu a city's growth. Cheap living ought .to commence with cheap rents hut in this western coun- tho own- gut the very jraa in your tl w eJbout to or aatatW, aad real Wvee you fur the ulgiit. If you allow oouhtioiu to for a abort ueriod vott witt begin to feel your Letltk It M the nervee aod hetrt not acting .rigbtly, and only bo right the use of Milboru'e and Nurve Hetllfc- fal, rrfrreaJag by but by reetonng Uxm w Got, CAR OF E. Xtttt, St. highest possible figure. ers seem to want to highest interest on their mvestment. The building cost them BOthing be-j For! gi have railroads if The Al- "I can gUdlv recowMtwi your Milbora'a Heart aud Kene Fills I graally trotiUed wtt-b Jay? aen-ea. I to bad I atoep at night wiihout the ourninc, but after taking four boxes of 1 bitcaiae all right agaLi." Price, 50 pw box; 3 for it ill dealm or The T. ilUbum Co., Toronto, OoL ffollf ON TRACK TODAY Tat fatfcj Cfl. Iti. IfTMKf By-Law No. years the city made no government can best solve the tribatioa. to ita maintenance but, lat- problem by inducing a company to er gave four hundred dollars a year, .increased a -year.or so ago, to' six .which is the amount at .contributed. the, fees paid, by the patients, the A. E. A I. Go..pay the largest .part of the cost of mainten- anoe, last their payment being the grant by. the Alberta government being and that of the city Thus it wilL the city has-been getting off very light dur- ing the past years and if now it should be that it should pay its share in the up-keep of the instHn- tion, rit would he no more than what is right and ust. But such is not the case. Mr..Gait presents the city with the site and..the cost of the building .over and. above thiriy build a railway through the province which -will open up the country and provide competition. [f your laundry is a little black for the next few weeks you can figure ihat your Chinaman is in mourning for the dead'Emperor and Dowager Empress. _ A Bylaw of the City of to provide, for certain grants to be made to the Gait Hocpital, and for raising the sum of for Joe purpose of? contributing towiuds the erection of a building to be used purpoaw, in the City of WHEREAS Elliott Torrance Gait'' A CHINESE (Washington Star.y Of the famous Wu Ting-Fang, who is said to have become a recent con vert to vegetarianism, a Washington correspondent said the other day. "Vegetarianism may strengthen Mr thousand dollars, his minimum gift to be thirty thousand, equal to what body; his hrain retjuires no ton the city gives. How much more than thirty thousand he will give ia not known hut all that the city is asked to contribute .is that amount. "The thousand a year that the city gives for .maintenance is but a very small amount. Seldom ia it. the lot of a city to have the opportunity to secure a real good hospital at so small a cost and the people would show a very short sighted policy if they Tejceied the generous offer of Mr. Gait. Com- pared with the benefit to be derived and with the amount that is being given the city by Mr. Gait, the cost to the city is a mere bagatelle. THE CHANGE !N CHINA The superaeaiion of the late Em- press Dowager by the Regent. Prince Chun, is likely to be regarded by Chinese reformers as a good au- gury, is the view of the New York Sun, with relation both to the thor- oughness and the promptness with which their widhes will be met. Prince Chun has personally seen and studied Western civilization, and hither to has been believed to be in hearty sympathy with the large and influential party which desires the reconstruction of China's education- al and political systems upon West- ern models. He is a Manchu, how- more brilliant mind doesn't In my last interview with him ic. .J exist. he rattled off, as you or I would rat tie off .-weather" talk these epigrams: 'He who expects to find in vice and boredom in virtue is stil a novice in both.' 'The most timid woman has cour ago enough to talk scandal.' 'The rich meet relations in most distant foreign lands, but thc poor men can hardly find them in 'his own family.' 'The prison, though locked day and night, is always full.' F. German Tke Shoenan Between and Roy'a received car- load of Fir Doors and Stave Columns direct from the Coast, and now have the largest and finest stock of plain aud faucy fir doors iu Southern Alberta. IheSouth Alberta lumber Co. Ltd. EARL STANHOPE'S FARM IDEA. Proposal to Establish Farm in Oid Country to Teach Intondtng Emi- grants Canadian Mtthods. Toronto, Nov. Stanhope, who spent two months in. the West, has a plan which he thinks ought to receive consideration from both the British and Canadian Governments. The proposal is for a large farm to be established in Canada where Brit- oflered to contribute the suui of towards the erection of a uaw hospital building for the Gait Hospital, to be within the City of Lethbridge, upon, condition that the City of Lethbridge shall con tribute a like sum, and shall also agree to contribute the sum. of. not than annually towards the maintenance of the said hospital, so long as it is used as a City Hos- pital, and it is deemed advisable to accept salu oner, and raise the said sum of money for the purpose of contributing to the erection of a new building as aforesaid. AND WHEREAS it is also deemed advisable to secure to the Gtdt Hospi- tal a right to the exemption provided under Sub-Section 9 of Section 4 of Title 31 of Lethbridge Charter in perpetuity, irrespective of any am- may from time to time be made to the said Charter. AND WHEREAS it is deemed ad- visable to raise "by way of loan on the credit of the City of Lethbridge' the said sum of AND WHEREAS it is expedient that the said loan bear interest, at a rate to be fixed by Bylaw of the City of Lethbridge, without further refer- ence to the not exceeding fiva (5) per cent, per annum, to be and that the said principal sum of be paid at the cap-ration of thirty years from the date of this Bylaw taking effect. AND WHEREAS the value of the rateable property in the City of Leth bridge, according to the last revised Assessment Roll, is the sum of AND WHEREAS the amount of the existing debt of the City of Leth- bridge, outside of the debts due for current expenses is ths sum Comer Ford 1C iii Fruit iu B.C.v to trade or sell to tell on crop payment pUa Lethbridge Property we either btiy or sell PtOFESSIONAL CAID3 DR. W. QALSJtAlYH iahers could learn Canadian farmLng no instalments of prin- gomg out to vrork. cipal or interest thereof being L methods before He would have the applicants pass an examination in the Old Country before being admitted, and perhaps another examination before leaving. He thinks they mijrht be paid n in ar- British Government. Charlie Bell, a live the Lyceum tonight. comedian, at aver, pad it may possibly turn out! livinS on the farm. He in- that deep rooted racial predilection! taking the matter up with the will incline him to use for the ben- efit of his countrymen the supreme authority which will be his during hia son's minority. His acts will speedily disclose the drift of hisj feelings and designs. Especially sig-j nificant will bo his treatment ofj Yuan Shih Kai, formerly Viceroy of tho great province of Chi-li, and of' late thc most trusted and poweifuli official at the court of the Empress) Dowager. Should Yuan Shih Kai! and other conspicuous advocates of Western methods be thrust aside, it will be tak-en for granted by thej onlookers that the new Regent is all heart disposed to block the wheels i of progress. Fn that event, which j seems to us onprobnble, we may' witness a concerted and widespread i uprising of the Chinese against thr-ir! Manchu rulers. i CITY WEIGH SCALES The Herald understands that the I City Council is to blame for the com-] plaints about the long delays ienced by farmers in having their loads of grain weighed at the city scales. There is no weighmastc-r and one the drivers at the fire hall un- dertook to do the weighing for a cou- ple of weeks until the new acak-3 arrived. He has been doing the weitfrins for almost three months and it may be a month before ihr- new ficalra arr ready to use. The driver's first duties are to look after! his team and not leave the hail ing the absence of the other driver That explains why teams are com- pelled to wait at the scales for hours. It 13 not the driver's fault but the city's. What the city fhould have is a man, who is paid to do the weighing AND WHEREAS the respective am- oueta required to be raised annually by special rate during the currency of the said' are: rateable property iu the City of bridge, by special rate or' rates suf- ficient :therefor, the sum of paying the interest on debentures, and-the amount of 9630.- 57.to form, a sinking fnud for pay: meat of the debt created by the issue of said debentures, to be payable, le- vied at the same time and in the same manner as other tax- es -payable, levied and collected by statute or by Bylaws of the City. 5. That notwithstanding any am- endment that may from time to time be made to Lethbridge Charter, the provisions of Sub-Sections 9 of Section I and 2, Mack DR. .1. B. ELLIS OINTItT Graduate of Wettera Ueaerve Univer iity, Cleveland Ohio. OFFiCE-WHJTNEY DLOCK Pho'dfe 307 j-fi MADAM MORGAN -Teacher of pianoforte, -argan and production. Visits or receives pupili, prepare. or advanced. Coaehiot for ejtanu. Howard HOUM, Crabh MR. ERNEST F. LAYTON, Violinist, Pupil of Geo. Wilbey, London, Enf., and of Frank E. Blachford, Toronto, is open for a limited number of Pupils.'.Also for Concerts, At Homes. Unquets, etc. Terms ou application. Phont 212. .PAQFIC Excursions Single Fare Plus for_the Trip From all stations in Arthur and west, Manitoba, katchewan and Alberta to KP Port Sas- an! HIGH-CLASS CONFECTIONERY "BUDD" REED Saccessor to Or. W. H. Keed Phone 211 Also to VALLEY and ?OI NTS Tickets pecember 1, 2, 3, 17, 18, 19, 5, 6, 21, 22, 23 and ijooii to return within three months; CANADIAN PACIFIC ANNUAL. bridge shall, in pursuance of the Leth bridge C (b) For forming a sinking fund for therefor> (a) For paying interest thereon, ,ge ln pu isno.no Charter act ns returning ofQcer One to give you a greater equi- valent for your money than can be found in our Christmas line of Dolls, Games, Toyt, Books, De- corations, Photo Albums and Frames, Wri- ting Seti, Toilet Cases. Plush Goods, etc. Large Choice in Lethbridge of Leather, Wood China and Metal Manufacture I have again succeeded in getting just the right goods for you, and your daily response is proving that success always suc- ceeds. AMPLE STORAGE mm payment of the debt created by said debentures, THEREFORE THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE EXACT AS FOL- 1. It shh.ll and may lawful for I DONE AND PASSED GIL this day of A. D. 190 IX COUX- ITayor. Secretary Treasurer the Council to raise the sum of 1 XOTICE HERESY GIVES that Business Men's Luncheon NOVEMBER 25 at the HUB CAFE Sonp Veal Steak andMurkrooms Celery Stev French Fried Potatoes Plum Pnding and Brandy Sauce -TO U. S. POINTS 000.00 by way of lowi, for tho pur- ahovc is a truc copy of a of contributing towards the cost I wnich has introduced of erecting a new hospital and wh'ch may finally by for the Gait Hospital, to bo erected J thc Cduncil the event of the core- j within the City of Letkbridge Wnt of thc burtrcsses being obtained j 2. That debentures be issued forithcrcto) aftcr one raonth from the of to day of Xovcmbcr' A- ;e oxpiration of' thc day of the first Publi ic date of this By-law the publication! WHEN YOU WANT Good Meals AND Clean Rooms In Cf rassy Lake go to MAH TOY YAH RESTAURANT Grassy Laks Alia. the said sum payable at th years from thc date of this By-law j thcrfcof in the "Lethbridge Herald" j taking effect, said debentures being jftnci that thc votes of the burgesses for each or any multiple l l talien upon thc By thcreof, not in all to exceed the sum i Iaw on the 2nd day December, A. of and that coupons1 D> the hours of NINE J shall be attached tc said dftbcntnrcs in thc forenoon, and EIGHT i J[ (JXlOrQ for the half yearly interest on In lhc at the City! debenture respectively, at said rate! station in the 'City of Leth- not exceeding five (5) per per annum as may be hereafter fixed byi a Bylaw of thc City of Lettibridgc, I I payable at the office of the Secretary- Treasurer of the City of Lethbridge LOW ROUND TRIP RATES to St. Paul aud Minneapolis, Minn. Milwaukee, Wis.; Chicago, 111.; Coun cil Bluffs, Des Moines, Marshall town, Cedar Rapids, Waterloo, Sioux City, Fort Dodge, Dubuqne and Wa terloo, 'la.; Neb.; Kansa City, St. Joseph and St. Louis. Mo. Tickets on sale daily DEC. 1 to 31, INCLUSIVE. good to return, within three month Apply to nearest C. P. Ry. Agent fo information. hndge- Gco' W" Rob5nson- Secretary-Treasurer _ Remember the farewell dance at or at any branch of the BMk'of Ston j B'iou on Wednesday next, Nov. treal which the Council may ucoiii 25th' 3. The said Debentures be ed with thc seal of the City of Leth- bridge, and signed by its Mayor and Secretary Treasurer, and payable IB Canadian currency at thc Bank of Montreal, in Montreal, or the liank of Montreal in Toronto, or tho Bank of Montreal in tho City of Lethbridge in tho Province of Alberta. 4. That in- addition to all other! amounts there shall be levied and col' lected in each, year during the cur-1 i reney of the said debentures, on all 1 A A f SERVES GOOD MEALS. Has been Remodelled Fresh Oysters, Cigars, Fruit and Confectionery JOE FONG CANADIAN ANNUAL EASTERN CANADA EXCURSIONS Low Round Trip Rates to ONTARIO, QUEBEC AND MARITIME PROVINCE on snle Doc. I to Dec. 31, in elusive, good to return vrithin Ihre months. Tickets issued in connection Atlanti Ring Up 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN 4 Accounts must be PAID before the Proprietor Steamship Business will be on sal from Nov. 21, and limited to fiv months ditts of issue. Fir 15th of each month MR. ALBERT ELY Pupil of Dr. Brings, M. A., Sonf inging and Voice Culture. Pupil orchas. Hancock, Esq., F.Rr L.R.A.M., Organ and Theory. Voict .Culture, Organ, Harmony and Theory, Song Open -for Concerts, Banquets, Re- itals, .Etc. Terma ou 'Application. Box WO Lethbridge, Alt.. HAMPTON YOUNG ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS Room Block. J.F.P.Conybeare, B. Morton K.C., D.C.L. B.C.L. CONVBEAME JONES BARRISTERS, SOLITITORS, -ETC. Offices: Conybeare Block, Lethbridge, Alberta, W, C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc Office: Southard Block. SON. Funeral Secretary. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. SMS if [ftliri tafit Meet in tho KnigLle of Hell every nnrf ttird in the month nt 8 p.m. VixiMng hn-lbron always wel come. Walter Apylebj, FrwJ T. Robine, g, c Vi. PreaMent 57 class Sleeping Tourist Cars all '.HirtiUgh Trains 2 Throu jh Express Trains Daily Wboksak Liquor Merchant Hmw 50 P.O. ki 87 THE -TORONTO EXCESS" Leaves Winnip.-t; !S.10, mak- ing connect'ons at Toronto for all points and thereof. Apply to near'ist C.P.R. Agent for full information. L. M. Barrier end Stlicitor Office adjo'nlnf Union Lethbridfe. Bank, Wo. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall 3ec- and and fourth alODdavi in month. Emphyera requiring certificated en- gineers, and out of employ- ment, do well to communicate with m. ROBERT NEVIN, CWel W. A. WOKBON, Secretary.