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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 10. TTTE LETnnRTnr.E DAILY 'ITKK Fridn.v. LAKE The official townsite in Central British Columbia on the main line of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway. Official Grand Trunk Pacific Railway photo engravings prove the resourcefulness of this great country. LOOK! READ! ACT QUICK! A New and Fertile Field For Both Large and Small Investors are main Jeatures ana'which should PRA3HR BeautHriJ Climate In the Fraser district Is ro be found a beautiful even climate coo not too nowhere will condi- tions be- found more Ideal for spe- cialists in farming-. Central British Cohinrhin, in wnich Praser Lake is situated, is known as 'The Land of Sunshine, Warm Days and Cool Write. Wire or Phone for Booklet, etc- Board ofo.Tra.ide" 4 will start with substantial bank account, derived In a unique way: Five per cent, of the srosa amounts from the sale of lots will be turned over to the Board of Trade, and used exclusively for municipal improvements. Prasor Iwil.e will thus have sufficient money on hand at its inception for roads, sidewalks, municipal buildings, etc. The Grand Trunk Pacific BUhvay has publfchod a folder, which tells ail about the opportunities now offered in fertile Central British Columbia. U tells about the wonderful natural resourses in viclnityof FRASER LAKE, the official townsite of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway In Central British Columbia. The map in folder also shows the exact location of FRASER LAKE TOWNSITE on the shores of beauiifnl FRASER LAKE, which lake is the head of navigation via the Fraser and Nechaco Rivers and views in this and surrounding district. WRITE TODAY FOR FOLDERS, MAPS AND BOOKLET Lots in Fraser Lake Townsile now at to Wire ions now to the exclusive Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Selling Agents for this townsite. 301 to 305. McArMuir BISHOP MATHIEU INSTALLED AT REGINA Ilesinn, Nov. brilliant en- thronement of niHhon Jlathiiiu 'was performed this morning by clergy of Catholic Church and the whole function lacked nothing of the solemn and dignified form oiraineil hy the ritual a! the church. Addresses were presented to nishoii Matieu in German. French and Kng- lish and he replied at length in French and ICnglish. An address was nlso oresented in English to Archbishop Longerln St. Boniface and llu Arch I bishop made a suitable reply handing, jovor his diocese to the new incum- i bent. Occasionally a spinster advances st'ap by step until sne becomes n js-cepmotlier. Komi; women are so eccentric that they actually say things when thev I talk. lo fcc that tl.c led harttM WMI a woman hatt to Camilla Cement l .i foilr-corneri-l! one merger and alli'jji'il watering of stock a fij-hl, with Urn tlifiVrai in that coniu'dion and has s" sl'llt "P result n-oiili .OLD THE MERCURY that the traasact.ion ho sub pcted to a .searching invystigatioii. .It will he remembered that Sir Sanford first preferred iiis charge to lie old government and at that time i 3em.atioii caused as the name I )f Sir Mav Ailkin, .M.f'., was prom- ncntly jiliMiiifiril with Ilic whole nt- air. Sir Sanford asserted at that line that merger common stock ractieally all "watered." It was laced nnon the people of Canada and hey would have to carry it in huy- >S cement prices feed hy the mer- After .some delay the question was isuosed of altogether hy the house in session and but very little is boen heard of the charges since, ith the advent of the Conservatives In1 guagvil by a mere handful of votes wielded by a small faction win would and coiilil not ifprcsrnt tin, on tire electorate, h'nrthcr, Ibc pro Pie are being asked to vote at UK same time on a money bylaw lor a street railway system frivolling Ihu expenditure of nearly half a million ot Ihc'ir money, anil should have a good idea as to who is to control the spen.line of it. 1, therefore, fell, that someone of t.lii, tlirwi had to make sacrifice quit even at iho risk of being misunilcr- slooil. 1 have honestly tried to giro (lie oily loyal service during the past have year as alderman, and would appreciated Hie further honor of shar- in the canyiiijr out of Ilic import- power, it was rumored that the j ant work contciniilatctl for tliu cnsu- question would be again taken up anil I ing year. 1 trust, howcpcr thnr u-v lahoul, my ranks of my opponents' may appreciate what, it. means to me lo take this stand, anil believe that j about a ii.oath ago sir .Max Aitkin himscll visited the capital. Just what came of his hurried visit never became known as thii brilliant youn financier absolutely refused to discuss in sacrifice 'cement." Now the new government ,p.y personal inclina- my only object was the best Interests of the citv. Yours sincerely. h-KHHEHT J. OOODE. TH ESINGLE TAX PROBLEM Hciitor of The Herald: to lake up the charges where the old administration Mi off and to probe tiie whole attair lo the bottom. An unusual c.vpcrienc? fell to the j lot of the members of the new par- jliamcut this evening. Owing to trniilili! at the power house u[ the 01- "Council Adopts Klci-trie Light and 1'ower ol JlPany, tin: lights went out shortly y Is misleading, to say ihe rt'r seven o'clock, caiisini much "oin-1 J! J''" llot adopted fusion throughout Ihc There a knnn's not1'- was rush for ranilles nnil taxes on j was a rush for candies and ose the members the The Htfht system of Hot Wa- ter l-taathig will aavo constant appeal lo con- stant worry about the Unniici'n- tiiro. Decide where you wnnt I ho inorciiry AND KBi-H' IT THUUR A steady loinpci'.'ilurc II.MLIIH a steady temper, steady nerves, and normal health. These are all assured when you jnit In a Hot Water Boiler our new heating idi'al npplictilion of u practical it! en: The specific points of excel- lence lie in tlie improved fire' travel. Every ounce of energy is out of the left for the; chimney. Then tlio straight-wall -construction of the fire-box is another point of oconomy. No deuil clinkers to lielp damp the fire or stop the water from heating. Those boil- ers are Uio only ones put to- gether with the push nipple; with Lli is joint the boil or can easily be set up and will LEAK. Let us mail il- lustrated book on "Heating the Home." We also carry in stock a com- plete line of plumbing material.' METALS, LTD. Calgary. LETHBR1DGE. Edmonton. THE SOCIAL BOW ISLAND Bow Island. Xov. lo Jlr .and .Mrs. f. Evans, .Nov.. .18, a Editor take the oppor- -unity as a ratepayer ami resident of assessment scheme tbe Council .N'ortli hctbhridge lo -express iffy Floor space J views strongly agains-t several re- marks made at the meeting last night The Ladies' Aid I church' met with Mrs. Donnelly The., i day. The next meeting; will be with" Pearl Hoss, Nov. Mrs. Samuel Rogers, ot Uoydmin- Out., Is visiting her daughter, jllrs. 11. L. Wright. S. Donnelly went to Lethbridge i" laid out for taxes bcinjr dropped lik-p nninc in tut; iitSL raxes by Edmonton ami oth'ar diics North' Lethbridge concerning Urn lhat aUopt.oa !BOCIal evil in the c-ity, as a follower Ltithbritlge went half way in the di- 'of JOSIIK Christ. I deplore with all jrection of Single Tax four or five 'my heart any kind of vice in the oily. St. Andrew's years ago when it adopted tire 1Jorlv day and may go to Calgary be- ,ler assessment. assessment plan. Lethhrldgs's growth ami building boom date from thai, time. The siiper-iisscKament plan; howev- er, is inequitable, in -chat the mean- est shack on the most valuable pro- perty exempts ilmt property from su- L'ven jHor iibbcbbuitiiiL. L'vuii piiiougn emu i out of tlic city tins racial vi jahack for twiuu its own value (they them selves have been tbe [per month. At the lime superasscss- do so. The step from the present system of aujierassessment to complete exemp lion of improvem is not more fere returning. i -Mrs. A. E. Ellsworth aiid Misses II10I1UI> JU ume snperasscss bva and Edna returned last weekjment Was adopted the. city did .frcm visiting at Diamond City. ,mve tne power to cxem Improve. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. A. Oolp moved and the council at that tlnte into town Thm-sday for the winter therefore adopted euperassessment as and will occupy tho Fixe residence. The Rebekab 'lodge recently ized has already about members meetings. The Board of Trade has made ar- rangements with' the C. 1'. R. to fur- nish water for tho use of the town. Mrs. Archie Hoaglin has been qui'ie sick, for ths past week. Mrs. Berger returned from Leth-, bridge Saturday where she 'has been undergoing treatment for her arm, which was rendered useless in a run- away last summer. One of the progressive homestead- ers wont lo Macfeod Wednesday to lurchase a carload of hogs which li will fatten on his rejected wheat Mrs. Harold li-eaUie, who has bee lUite sick tbe past -fwo weeks, le Monday for the Medicine Mat hospita for treatment. The De Alvas concert company ar giving a series of concerts at Lim hall this week and drawing goo crowds. Albert Ludtke returned to Island Tuesday after spending se'v oral months In Saskatchewan. Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. A. R. Mr .aren, Monday Nov. 20, a daughter. A meeting was held at T. B. Hand's iftcr service Sunday to decide on th ocatlon for the church building mad posniblc by a donation from a lad> n England. As several sites were jfterec! a committee, J. A. Donovan 0. af. Garrison nnd T. R. Hands were chcson to interview all inlcrnstod and >ring the matter to a vote hi the nnar ittire. Most of the labor will also B donated and a building erected hnt can bft used for a .school and nil ihllc meetings as well. The genial postmaster has mad a xtenslve improvements in (.he uost fflce. but lei us remember firstly, what was the reason of these unfortunate wo- men begging a life of shame; secoiid- ly, what lias heon done to help thes; fallen sisters to lead a pure life. I am afraid there are many people who arc condemning the ciiief of police nd tbe city council for not rooting ut of the ciiy this racial vice, bu--' of bringing these young women into life of shame. I remember five years ago when I first came here UIB housos of ill fame were out of the _ ---------.....-city limits, but a few so called pious tlie next best thing, and'it sent the j people preaching loudly liavc 'been City Solicitor -to Edmonton to secure 'tjle of bringing this vice hub the powers necessary for the exemp-_ the city. What have the churches jtiou of improvements either wholly jdoue towaixls helping these poor out- in U expected that 'the sue- casts towards leading a better life, feeding council woiifd take advantage jThore is only one church that has of the new powers to complete the tried to lend a hand to the fhiry Mag- job by substituting 'Zor the superas- jdeleiies, and that ia the Salvation sessment plan exemption of j Mr. Editor, let us all remem- i improvements from luxation. 'I'l-'Sjber the poor woman brought fo -l( veiiiuiii.s noin uiAnnuii. i her the poor woman orougnr. 10 .PCSus iding council, however, did not the people of old. accusing her of the greatest sin of all, adultery, and I well remember -.'ho answer Jesus gave to those class of people: "Him Unit is without sin cast IMOTHY EATON METHODIST CHURCH Toronto, Xov. fo tb'j cncrosity of Mrs. Timothy Knton and ohn C. I-jalon, who have'undertaken j the whole cost of building the now Methodist church the corner of St. Clair A venue and unvogan road, tl.M Sunday school of hlch was opened on Sunday, the llfice win be cnfted the Timothy Knt- Memorial Churcli." broad than was the step taken when stone at her." I believe the lessmcnt was inaugurated, dass of people who are maldng wlnla.'lhe benefits, which would ihosc strong charges are as much sin- from the one, will be as many and nors jn ajgntp Of JIS these fai- ns manifold as the benefits that re- sistGrs. In conclusion T would siiH-sd from the other. to ask one of the more promin- Then, why spend three years ujtixeiis if it is true that lie has of scir-pretHjrvntion, Lo jmaking charges against public map. for purposes take the same step, nnd take it ;y. If any other place in Southern Alberta should.adopt tL'a Single Tax before. Lelhbrldgo, Lethbridge find that she had a formidable cnm- letitor iu all those things which yo o'mnke a city, wh-ero today she has lone. SPECTATOR Yours truly, HARRV DAWSON. C. W. SPENCER IS DEAD Montreal, Nov. C. W. Spencer tin' wall known railway man died 'morning at 11 o'clock-- at liis home h-ere. Smokeless Powder Shells r These shells cost a little more than black powder loads, v but for bird shooting they are worth many times tlie difference, 1 there is no smolte to hinder the second barrel. They uc .by far the best'low priced smokeless load on the miirket. When you buy, insist upon having them. .THE RID W BRAND ;