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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, SFoveiiiher 1012 DAILV HKKAIVI) A Disgraceful Condition of Affairs Its fame is world-wide. Its superiority un- questioned. Its use is a protection against alum food. In buying baking powder ex- amine the label carefully and be sure the powder is made from cream of tartar. Other kinds do not make the food healthful. Owing to Poorly Laid Pipe Line Town Loses Lot of Money Annually Confidence Expressed in the Retiring Council Claresholm, Alia., Nov. an- nual meeting of the ratepayers Iiel-1 in the Council Chambers here tonight was attended by a large and repre- sentative body of business men. and the reports of the chairmen ot the different departments were heard T.-ith great attention. Mr. H.. Duncan, editor of the Re- viev.-, rcis chosen tor the position of chairman, and in a few brief words explained the purpose of the meeting, ind introduced the different chairmen of the council. Councillor Hutton, as chairman of the Light committee, was the first called upon. He gave a thorough re- port of his stewardship, giving the to- tal of costs for running the power plant during his term of office. 'Ov Ing: to the pipe line having never been laid properly, the cost of this department has left a rather large de- ficit on account of leakage, making it necessary to pump for longer hours than would otherwise be the case. To remedy this, he suggested that the line out, and got water from the wells. Some thought thai in view of the fact that the wells had kept the town supplied during the breakdown for cue month that it'would be more economical to procure the supply, from them'than from the creek. However the new council will have to decide i Continued from front pagt) Job for Sherlock Holmes If special representatives of .he government and the railway ooiti- muy had seen nothing but mumier in which the car order book ias been kept, they would have been ihle to makn a report covering a preat deal of the cause of ciisBatltJfJic- ion among the farmers. This book, which In the grain shipping season, :s one of the most important memcran lurns around a station, lcokn like he'wreck of the Hesperus.- Us are lorn until they are past ,iou, and to attempt to follow up the novement of cars during the season would require the services of'a'mod-' cm Sherlock Holmes. Parts of pages are torn out and miss ing altogether. AH orders'on the book nre writ- ten in pencil, and it is charged that when a man wanted a. car vt-ry badly, with one- available, it was-a very simple thing to rub out all evidence of a predecessor's claim on par- ticular position in the Mat, and sub-, stitute his own, thereby (jetting the one or other of the elevators did not set it. never saw such a disgraceful thing in my one exasperated gentleman to the Herald Live last to the much discussed and much cussed book. "No wonder the farmers arc getting the worst, of it." Not the C. P. R. This Time But it is the alleged steal by the ele- vators that has caused the farmers with grain to ship to say rude tilings about the C. P. R. and the elevators, although, to te'H the truth, the C. P. R. does not seem to be so much to blame. How Is this society steal To discover this, one would have to j put a'few of the interested parties! under oath aiid get all the facts. Hat a casual glance over conditions would lead one to believe that the farmers of the Burdett district had fallen tc- the flim-flam in large enough numbers to the elevators in a fair way to Auction Sale of Elegant Furniture At the Caledonian Hall, 518 7th Street S. Thursday, November 28th AT 1.30 SHARP W. L. Wilton it favored with instructions from E. C. Peck, Esq., to sell the contents of his welt furnished home, including genuine Oriental Oil Pointings, Haviland China, Silver Tea Sets, etc. -Thit'furniture is all imported, and without finest that has ever been offered for sale in Lethbridge DRAWING. ROOM 1 'Solid niahogany 'baby grand. Kranlth Bach Piano. solid Mtlu fin" ish mohair parlor set, 'pedestal and large' Arabian "'statue; I- fern table..-.and .'very large sword feni. '.L-Kolld'niahdgany and'greeu vel- l; electrolier (the, Bell- HglitB for'piano or tyui- 9'genuine Bokhara1 genuine' Saraband rug. 1 genuine i LIBRARY 1 triple mahogany bookcase, 3 glass .1 largo mahogany green velour .davenport. 1 -mahogany-" ue'tlestal. centre (able. LIBRARY Continued I: solid brass'reading lamp, a, pleco 'solid mahogany and leather parlor set. 1' Turkish rocker, genuine goat skin. 1 largo Wilton velvet ruff. DINING ROOM 1 very massive quarter saved oak'buft'et.-Now English finish Pedestal table, 5 extra leaves, 4 'extra legs. (1 cane bottom and leather chalrf.' small-eei'vlne table.' 1 large Axminster rug. 1 china cabinet. BEDROOM-NO. t. Yevy massive, and 3'inch posts, box spring and mattress', down pillows. 1 Colonial mah'ogany dresser. BEDROOM NO. 1., Contlnuwl 1 Colonial mahogany chiffonier. 1 Colonial mahogany ladies' writing desk. 1. Mahogany bedroom rocker. 1 mahogany bedroom chaJr, 1 solid brass hall rack. 1 old rose Wilton Velvet rug. BEDROOM NO. 2. 1 dull finish brass bed, box spring and Ostermoor mat- tress, 2 down pillows. 1 Princess dresser, "long bevelled mirror. 1 oak chiffonier. 1 mahogany rocker. 1 mahogany chair. 1 White sewing 1 domestic rug and 4 small do- mestic nigs. 1 white enamel medicine cheet. 1 bronze hall rack, and large mirror. SPECIAL will be no kitchen utensils sold or small the sale wiil begin on heavy furniture at 1.30 p.m. sharp Goods will be on exhibition Wednesday afternoon We have had everything taken to the Caledonian Hall for the convenience of the public, so there will be room for everyone FOR SALE AFTER THE offering a 5-roomed house on ft. lot, located at 803 17th Street, on very good terms ibBolutely control the car situation. j cars available for-the day and -the j keen their seats and Hie to Mr. (tampers, who has .been re- How It Works j names of the" parties to whom they I will remove the disturber." j elected annually since 1905. All other IL is charged, on good authority, I aro. position J Hay wood ran into the street, iol-, officers were re-elected. that, there "are names the car order j or" these parties on the order book of farmers who did noi raise this question. The report showed the enough, grain to cover the flcor pi a largest deficit of the lot, the expenses j car. This has been done in eptt'e of being and receipts a total deficit to -date of This showed a gain on the right side- over last year's deficit of nearly one the ruling of the ea-_- distribution clauses of the Grain Act that the farm- act requires.' Altogether has been one to' tcinpT-UieV patience of.even tfie farmerri, a-patient lot. The only thi-hg ,they arc sorrv er must be the actual grower ofiiibout now is that they did not make enough grain to fill a car. Of complaint, earlier in- the season. As thousand dollars. i such cars are spotted at the elevators.) H is nov. the prices oi grain .is gel- Mr. Rioux .stated that the town hud j for the elevator managers have Men} ting so, low that those can hoW lost frcm leakage of water through shrewd enough to have these iarmtvs the maliis the past nine months rise in prices intend to do so, lowed hv several delegates. Haywood J Seattle v.-as chosen as 1813 tool; reJiice in a laundry and some! meeting place. one harred the door. Policemen prc-j vented further trouble- After the dis-j CHEAP GAS FOR WINNIPEG turb.iKee in" the night session, a'rcso-j _____ lution opposing the peusion of es-pre-j Winni Nov 25_A to sidents of the U. S.. ex-college presi- 4 mt dents and ex-professors oi political' natural _ gas to Winnipeg from economy by private citizens was im-l Medicin-e Hat came hefore the Fire, aninumsly a-ioptcd. Water and Light committee this Oo-npers re-elected tcrnoon. ilessrs. Georseson and He also recommended bringing pres- sure to bear on the contractor 'who laid the Fire Committee The report of the chairman of the Fire committee, Mr. Booth was a very good one. showing everything in first sign power of attorney to have such! and from new on-ty i amount grali In 1 President of thr American Federation as they order .pott.d .t elevators. Trill be i smaller than has .been the case during] The Herald man also saw entries on the past two months, whea an aycr- j J the order bock showing that at of-'three .cars a day have rears" that then different times during the season out. of the elevators was signed up for; j Schumm offerc-i to supply the gas that cit? ro Winpipeg at 40 11 974 Hayes, J cents per 1000 feet, including distribu- e iirit 'time' in three j "on- The matter T.-as referred to the has teen oppcsition' Board of Control. cars by the manager, asEisUnt maaa-j ..We proper steps be taken to have the' The chairman of the Health and Re- line put in shape, even jjiqngb a law! lief committee, Mr. Reynolds gave a suit were necessary. I good report from his department. He The W.ter Department i hf spent ?210.72 lor charity and bos- Councillor Rioux, of the de- 1 pariment next gave his report. This I Councillor James, chairman of tne department is the leader of all for Finance committee, showed in his re- trouble and a large amount cf discus-] port that the town, instead of being sicn 'was started as to whether it would not be to leave the pipe riser, and two helpers working at inel class shape, with an expenditure eievator i. wnitn One Burdett teamstsr is also in eyi-j only for the year. TEMPTING. bankrupt, as some stated, had assets amountin against Taunht a L-ssOn been taught a lesson this re will not forget in a one farmer last night. dcnce on the book, although he known to have raised not a sins bushel of grain during the year, li car -was. of course, spotted at the elc-' bilities of which showed upja nice little ha large figures against the foregoing j man. predictions of disaster. A few days ago one bin of grain at one of the elevators began 10 heat. A; frenzied message -from the manager; of the elevator was enough to rush j ten empties to the spot. That i said ness to see that the car order book! ?jis kept ia proper condition, we; will also see to it that when elevators j i get power of attorney for tars from farmers, those farmers shall hare j raised the grain on their c'wn property I as required by the Gram Act." C. P. R- Man Said 1 "So tar as I caa see it liss been a I READY IN A. JJFFYi You can't resist that tasty sea-saity tang! Go ahead. More you eat ihe better. Your system needs lots of nitrogenous nutriment. Atlantic fish is just the thing. Economical. Boneless, every bite a fiad one. Wholesome as the ocean. Directions on package tell of quick, easy dishes. Your dealer: "HALIFAX" and "ACADIA" CODFISH. i-.-est for the elcratorj plain Ice C. P. R. represents-: 'live is reported to'have Eaid on Sat-! Disregarded yrdas'. "and if tie-' attorney general j i all the details.' Fanr.-j Tver? to make a full investigation into] id who 3iake affi- i tfcg situation there would likely ihat ihev cave never! prosecutions which cause a sea- j and anairs in ins cituuiuv uuiiuvi j........ _ t and the unaalmcus In notified of ?he arrival of in. ferimng and eleiator ci-, asking him to contest ihe chair for j'vrtich. to the order bock., cles.' Lav.- Hclmes called on. and Thsse are not all the details. .ave'a general outline of conditions ers can he who wm m affairs in his exceUtnt manner davit, swearing that thsy the nest year. With a vote 01 thanks and expres-j SIGHS of ccnfidpnce :o ;fcp coimcil a bcdy toe isteting closed. jfhould have gene- Jo them, ihey to make it known tl tht1 car. an-J are sition to till it. within twt car goes. It is charged that ifce !is The farmers nci. lei the drop. Tho movement of cars watched closely trom this time: ride withi i! Act; ;era: tciU; ce ;o lend a bacn. end sevem! witters ?.'ill be bare; ciKSctl ibc grzin cf this part, i tlie province ranch nsnndai ioss: vreH less of gcoii Thej liurnelt siiuatiou is June 1 6th, 1 657. tKe first advertisement of Chocolate appeared. Here it is from the "Pub- lie Advertiser" of London: e S.'ree.'. i the CHARLES 60RSTAL, FIRST MAN TO ADVANCE TELEPHONE THEORY, IS DEAO TO THE International Cafe 308-5th Street South For your Fruit, Candies. Cigars and Meals. Cafe no-er open under neAv management. Best meals in for the money. Come and give us a trial If we please you. u-II others. Ii vvi- iloli i (tSvarf ic-ii Our Mono: "Quality and Quantiiy." Try our Sunday Dinners, sirieily la rarfe. FHEODORF. HOKSSLV A. G. MII.IX ir. iSi ins a fevtiv ass-iftiawv in -fnr eltcirk- Cook ars fe hid ce For rr.snr a pcrstoacr Ihf ;E So be real siisiro'cirer of teCtpKow. stress to trits- "o by A. -i'rttsos P'. B.-5- a: its tnt tcM fc Says: "I AI b e r la's Best Baking Powccr be- ca use I know- from actual test that never tails me." You, too. tnil find it invziaab! e. Alberta's Best is Baking Fow- whole- some, decendsble right in quality sna right in price. Ask your grocer for it. AT SIO UA3OS CONVtN-. LLADS TO A EPISODE And the people of London flocked to the French- man's house and drank his chocolate. TKey paid for it as high as a pound. Is tvas some time alter this tliat cocoa was Snt made- It is simply chocolate" with the excess cocoa butter re- moved. vou v.-anE a cup of cocoa in its moat drhaous lorm. mske it from Lowney's. Handkrs of cacoa fceans will liH you that we buy the nneat flavored and roost cosily cocoa beau that the tropics yield. !n OMT tnorie! ?-Ion- treel factory we convert these fceani ir.So Cocoa- by grocers. In tins lOc :o 50c COA y._ yw fettej O- i lei'ier ii I'M Iic-s trial drifts JiJ J- H. giTcts. wto- ra ioaby c.s" feiU. wKs xvas Us T-i. ilaV? CM rtiti'iif a ;fe was 3 strike 10 r.-s-i: ins'-Ilf-l Vy Ttie Heat Way to MdtS Lis 2 Astei i o{ A-i-i 2 cr sattiei. s The Wafesr Lo-vjtey Ce. cf Czn ;