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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, IMS PAGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington 07 J1NK5 V/ONDEKS'UU never ^ CfeASE? WHO'D A-1HOU T WORK IN A hUNIYlON FAC'TRY 1WANT YOU YOYAKE YfJlS EA5Y-CHA1R CNER.YO "THE flUNlYlON fAOOj^CEDRlC Must have something 'comfortable To siton AWHILE HEW0RM5 ^ut/whWshe^oin't , . L. iiahdik. Mayor. Editor Sir. J mav October 1'lth. l!�lv Lellihririge Herald: Replying to >nur lust editorial say ttiut In my Judgment il is not ;i question of reason or Ij11 >Uik m 11 criticism with yon. Il Is .1 desire to get tin* present mayor out of oilier because In- Will [lot bo ,1 tool. You charge nil' willi not. always following economy and say such argil-1110111 Is only caniollllage. To that 1 reply tliui you arc a (.anioun'ner ami there Inn. not lici'ii a moment in all tin1 years thai I have been charged with tin* cam of the llniiuce of lint f'liy of Leihhrlilge tlmt tlio "irreducible iniiiiintim" of expenditure has been absent from my lultid. Tlio run-dltlnii of th'! city's thiainc will not permit of any other attitude. He the A.!'.!*, taking charge of the City of Lollibridgo. I do not believe that nur people would stand for II for a single minute, under any rirriiin-stutico. I certainly would not rutin-tenniict* it. I have been demanding i more Home Kule for Cities ever since | I liuve been in office. Yon evidently 1 advocate, tlio deprivation of the limited powers the, cltic-h now huvo. The. mutter of A. 1'. I', policing cities came up at nn(i of the meetings of the t'u-Ion of Albortu Municipalities where. It ic.h nut upon in no iimei-lain manner. ,' It was clearly shown that il could not , be l;epl clear of politics wbero thi) whole Commission was of one stripe I of Jiolltics. Strong liberals were the ' most pronounced In their objection to J tii- A. I". P. pnllrlng any of the live cities In AIIhjH.-i. j However there Is absolutely 110 rea- i son why Hie A.P.I', should not do policing in 1i1i.1 city. Further I believe j I! Is their duty. Tin* llumir law is a ' provincial one and should be cnfoiv- ' lit lie fJteni. 7'lie city poller have en-fo.-cd the law mid will continue to do so as far as the condition of eviil- ; i'tii i' for conviction will permit it. To saddle the city with Ibe enforcement . of the Liquor Art with two-thirds of ; the Hues going to the provlnrlal gov- j erntneiit Is unfair, but that Will not j prevent us from doing our reasonable I duty. As my Information goes tlio j other rlttvs of Alberta have refused the respunsihlii'.;. of enforcing Hie :|tior Act. At the present time / am rradtHK 'The History of the llrltieh Nation" the key note of which Is 'HAT-FACTORY SUIT IN COURT Ottawa. Oct. IT.-Argument wa . heard in the supreme court unlay In tin* case of the Alberta ItnllliiR .Mills company of Medicine Hat versus Christie. Tin- respondent, chriMlo, lirongiH action for rescission of a contract to take $\,*>� worth of shares In the j appelant company for return of the inotiey paid thereunder wltli Interest. Tlie correspondence in tin* case I shows that when Christie agreed to j take llii! s'lares it. was on condition j that the company should erect and 1 operate a Mccl plant, which they had 1 represented as their intention. The I plant was never built and It having I become doubtful that It ever would be. ; he. notified tIn; company that be would not accept the bbares atnl eventually i he tiruHKhl this action wblc'a w;\., ;;)i;i.,,!, govertiliieiit HcellS'-.l 1, ru: \\'i- teach you by .�. : .1., operate and repair an: tors at'd ptntionai> 'M i employment office choose a position a- � chanic or tractor e.uriii'  Jl'j.i") pur day. Wond":'!'. KU'iiiitii: englnijer.- 1'. O.10 wi'ldlng and .! -..:s 1 \'. rite or c:llll for fi-'-" � tend the nearest to it, and evening cbis^e- n. 1 IIKMI'HII.L'.S MO it HI �J.'U Pacific Av. . V l'.iauches al lA'tlitu elg' lalmonton, Iteglnj. ' .1 LAND FOR SALE l":uand for 1 Oliver and I'o; i,.t.*-l, 1 >r TO RENT .1 Tri'i tor 1 .-bain oflKOH SAL!) \' 1, .-t-bool". I gated farm of I� [ii .1 iue to I aII under 1 one. '. 1L1 >-. trac-! ings. If you in-� 1 iur free I |!ox :(.:. ] j1:11ou |.-| iu Ai.K Oti 1 rr�->u-. in'.-- (;,|tt strcatu. goo at v,m� to !,.,,_ l,tv.\r. ; from cardKtoti. $1 Itox City. hilt s\i.K i.'H '-�!!�. rlittk grazing i.iiid .illiull liou.e I'OH'-I. Ileiel' w-r.-oii. .McKitino;) it'll: Ss.U.K K i; See per acre, or '.ill! �0 i l.etbliridgc. V.". t_. proved. !'J1 "o p'T in re cash. 1 rop pa;, tnents I 1 litli rft. South, o room Jjsi'tt. Term.-' $1'" AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE '>a 1 v u in. ere- cli |,,t ii'.l'-llle- -mail � �� t.j in i > - f" ' oil". ' \j,|d;. IHIi Corn. 111 111!' aiiizing tslogue. At o ;.-,u. luij open. .-'i'mooi.S llll.ipeg '. S.i ,l;atoon gar>. Van- land. .lid d. .t- SAIJi OF n 1 U ei UK NT -Kuriiisli" 1. or month. App! b day Prb 1 "-ranged. .V 1! I'".j>. a- .!" .Maedoliald \ Hllii'l Ii impiemi adjoiniiig. lenee.i Hid oiitlmildiug-. � �. .donev :o !".ia f. Hell. J.-"'.!; See. t-ll-'Je. ?!'.'o'" � for bou-e in 7-1". partly itn on per acre .r balane.'. � '.V . fully modern 11 cash. ha!.ir>r** Cu.. I'lriii" .'.7". Illoclv I.: tlo- > i nnb-r Ml .auglil l.;d 'd iu:i. Phonei �'V'.i ' � ii.i-T 1 � in.-! llo.\ I >' ! pe. j 111' "1 j ill. a 1 lib 1,1!', or Imp. � j whole or part of the said property, civil llhortlwH of the common people. ! Terms of purchase, Jn per rent In rush were retarded more by jealous peopln j shall ncrompaiiy the tender, tie* iial-talking on subjects they were not j am e to be paid into court within Hn well Informed upon than all tlie other opposing lutluencefi combined. Your criticism of in,- Is exactly on a parity with my writing a totter to tlio pa-tiers telling the people that you do not know how to run your job. You talk glibly of law enforcement. Do you really know what you ore talking about'.' If the laws of the laud, including the criminal code. City Hy-laws, cti., were enforced, you, I nud llfty per cunt of tin* people of tlio City of I.ethbridge would be in the court. Do you realize that fact'.' Are you aware that the one time Prime Minister of Canada who compiled the Criminal Code of Canada, said: "The Criminal Code represents tlio utmost rigor of criminal law which should only be enforced with judgment, discretion and mercy." Aro you uwure that iivury man of huiiimilturian sympathies, actively e;i-guged with luw unforoeniffnt, becomes morn convinced ovnry day of his life that tlui rigorous, enforcement of the law, liTOHjJCt'tlve of i:atiBi> and uffm't. Is tlio (jruitteflt Injury to the human race; tlmt Instead of reforming It Intensifies crfmiimilty. , f wiulil cite you vol-timoH In support of I hut slatcnienl. \W must all ruoogtilzo tlmt ci'lnifi, deliberate crime, prejudicial to tin; |>e,sl in. lorost of a community mum bo punished but on tho other band y," per cunt of crime is not due to tlio desfrn of the mentally sound but Is due to tuoulul dellcloncy or disease, and tho extremes of wealth and poverty. I must repeat, read, read and read uud study so that criticism may be loiolllgonl. We liilk much about the desirability of education but some of us forget thai it must not, should nol. stop lit tlio schools. It is a llfu effort. Musi poop^) are nol situated that thoy can go 011 studying through lire. If such Is the case then others must lead iu thought. I want to do my part intelligently. I never dollbi'i-ntoly iiltnolt uny one; have nover done so In my life. You have no right to do so. I do not curt* very liiiicb about what you Hay about 1110 but. I 11111 lieni-imtlonsly inloronti:d In lietiibiidge'nud thoroughly despise any orlo who holds its good name up to rldlculo or contempt. 1 hopo my putrlotlutn for my days after the acceptance of the tender, without interest. Or in the alternative, the purchase price for the whole of the property can he paid us follows: Id per cent with tender and !0 days from the date of acceptance of the tender, without il.terest (unless (he time is extended by order 1. A mortgage uiiiy be arranged for any portion of the property puivhaned. The tenders of proposed purcliauer.i must be enclosed In sealed envelopes addressed to tho Clerk 0/ the Supreme Court at the Court House, Kdiuonton. and marked "Tender Wept-ern Canada Mortguge Company vs. Link et ul." .111,1 be .1.. oinpanb .] by a marked cheque for In per cent of Jhe amount of the lender. Tenders are to be delivered to the said Clerk either personally or by registered mall not later than one o'clock p.m. on the Mh day of November, 11US. The highest or any tender may not To Ill-INT-H-ro.....� Ave North. Apply Photic >;u'j. fu~ It ICNT "-Store Ave. and llth St. rill Klorul Co. TO RKNT -flood experienced irriga: Pboin: It 11 ."�. city. STOUAC1-: - We about -1 carloads. Phone 111'.*. TO UK NT . 1'il St. v:i :;r,| South. SMALL FARM FOR SALE MONEY TO LOAN to i-nt corner 4th �'o.utu. Apply Ter-235 0 irrigation t:i*":u to .... ''. 1;. Daniel. L'aS 0 have Murage tor H11111 a Itonsiier, V'urnlsb' 1 room; for liRht liousekieping. Apply : 'Jili Ave A. South, phone �7!i. .'.'ifi-i! iTT IlKNT Kurnbted rooms, modern coiivenlenees. use of phone, close In. Applv A:U Vtll Stir. '. South. Phone i7.v>. .'."�:��. TO KKNT-Kimii" light housekeeping If desired. Apply . Ml'd room. ; 11. 'a it.'1 In .Hi Ale. A. S. j Jiji. 1 I TO HKNT Large front tarnished room, hot water beating, .-.iiitable for ''� TO HKN'T '�>:', t:uh st S, 1. rooms � fully modern }j|eo per month. Apply X. il. Pent V Co. I'llOIP ,7", \" Mar-donald Plock .'.".v.; TO HENT-Storage aparo for all kisdi of goods llat. :,Vmi ' Mil.--ore you jaUsfied with your ' present living quartcra? If not. go up i to the "Y" today and �eo for yquraelt the benefits und privilege! nwalilng i you thero. Tho ratei aro low. '.'or. 4th Ave. and 10th St.. 8. Phone 547. I SMALL I'AIIM containing 70 acres. I in* linprove/nent-. in good fanning di--; i tri'i. only mile from ..mall t"\,ni ! which I'.as elevator", tore.-, church, j '�ohool. i-tc will :-ell i-'aeap and nn i ,;i.-y term-. Would consider an ex-' - 1 iiatu" for L'thbrldge bouse proper jty. This property i.i of gr.i/. ing iiiii*:. taking it: a little mil") iu tlie Ml'' 11 ti t ;i 111 -. Natural meadow rontaili-ing iiiTi's, largi- r,instantly :lov.� Ing prtng-. � large creeks. P>n j.rre-. ran be Irrigated at small ro-t when bind i- cleared up :.nd ciiitlvatcd will make -jdendid alfalfa land, should produce loon ton', annually. Iaj:*- of open range adjoining. I don't peed tbl, property and am waiting tor a man who Is 01 a po-itioti to utilize il to advantage Mu-t a foundation herd ot livestock and t-nme ntpital 1-ie<|iilred. I wl'l :-i*il nr. long terms in right, part? or will jiuf In land an an Investment ulth rlg!i' parly, I'm-particulars phono in I*. Lund, IV O. Hox \y.<. City. :'i.i7-1 MONKY TO on improved tii ulars app!; LOAN it' farm land. � !t..\ 7:'. II private party l-'.ir full par erald. .�'.' ! L. A. H. R00SA Draying and Baggage Trantfer We Meet All Trains, Oay and Night. See Us .11 the Depot, or Phone 1889 Res. 922 2nd Ave. S. M j:1r,.r, Tractor Repairs YCn �peclnll7C !n rebrirlnic g.n tractor rylindorii, anil fitting nvorslm pistons ar.d ring*. We havn (n stock at presmil overslio pistons for nil popular makes of gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN 216 1st Ave. S. BROS. Phono 1732 THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of all kinds. Agents for the World FaruouH Delco Light Country wlrlne a apselalty. BIB 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 P.O. Box 80S Phone 1619 CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS RITCHIE PATERS0N AND COMPANY 5-6 Acadia Building 612 Third Avenue (South) Dr. A.T. Spankie M.D.. CM. EVE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Offlco rooms 121-122 New P. Hums Uulldlne. Corner StU Axt. und 2nd St. Eiidt, CalRpry. Office I'hone M2S4S Residence I'hone M2077 Interne and House Surgeon. ManhattaJ Eye. Kar. Nose and Throat Hospital. New York City, 1U11-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board Freel & Elliott Sheet Metal Works Winter will soon be hern und bring with It the cold weather. Have your furnaces overhaul' ed by us. work. Ho', air furnace work a upo-rililtv Phone 171.t 330 Sixth St. 8. Lethbrldoe, Alta. SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT CALLS, LETHDRIDGE HOTEL, PHONE 1324 COUNTRY TRIPS OUSED CAR OAY PHONE 1142 RES. PHONE 428 WANTED TO RENT WANT Kl) I'uriiished apartment family of three Phone isi7. : WANTKD About the middli winner, six or ?eveit roomed house. Cioiid tenant. !)o\ pi. I I for WANTKD TO HKNT I or modern cottage, ahout 1st Nov of cure exercised, hi) i iiilitl',-11. to Hox i.'is. City of No modern Herald. roomed . best Kcply to SVJ :ii-d Ave. be accepted. Tho sale shall be sub- | WANTKD TO HKNT-A "mode rat el y jeet to the conditions of sale an sot-1 tiixt'cl I'urni.-licd house, from now till tied by the Master iu Chambers, 111 next copy 1 if which is deposited with the Clerk of the Supreme Court. Court House, l.ethhvlilge. The property Is not yet Mibdivided and lenders for u purl only nve subject to the plaintiff being able to subdivide tho said property In a, manner to sutisfy the rei|UireiiieolH of lim satisfy Land Titles Office so us to enable ti trtinstor or ics'tins: order of any part to bo registered in the siiid office. For further particulars or conditions of sale, upply to Messrs. Woods, Sherry, Colllsson �*i Field, McLeod Huild- sprin;. Apply S. or phono v^i:. .Ti,".i; WAXTKD I'liiiiiijlied house or apart nu'ilt wanted by strictly reliable parlies until late spring, u- perhaps longer. Box 41, Herald.__ ".".7 0 WANTKD A light housekeeping room for married couple with one little girl, and would like the child to I be ctireii for during tho day. Apply j Itox Herald. -iti-fi I WANTKD TO HKNT-Farm Willi 1 about half section ot hind, must have 1 water, either with or without stock Members: Winnipeg Grain Exchange, Winnipeg Clearing Association Warehouses: 1058 Arlington Street, 309 Elgin Avenue, Elevator Track p!8 Economize and Buy Your Hay Direct from THE CANADIAN FARMERS' HAY EXCHANGE LIMITED We have a large stock on hand of Timothy. I ted Top and mixed Prairie Hay to dispose at very icuHonable prices. We will guarantee all shipment*. Don't delay In writing us or wire at our expense Our prices will interest you. We ran also (juoie you brM prices on potatoes for your reijuire-meiit - in carload lots. CANADIAN FARMERS' HAY EXCHANGE, Ltd. 118-122 GRAIN EXCHANGE BUILDING, WINNIPEG, MAN. BOULTON'S TAXI Closed and Heated Car City and Country Trips Office Phone ............ 1206 RESIDENCE Phone ..... 1098 DONT -FORGET j^F^ THE [WAR VETERAN I WHEN tOU VIAVE A JOB TO OFIvER 1/ � IMrbsc npNTy. Sec'y Veterans' Club Phone 372 lifi- Dated October ut Kdiuonton this 1st day of 1C1S. J. A. ROSS, C.S.C.A. Approved: A. Y. RLAIN. M.C. ' Afl K inn, Kdiuonton, solicitors fov'tho piain-1 �n(Jl ai.lemenls. AP�"* iio* WANTKD TO H'BNT-About \'j section of improved land, must have wa-1 ter, good house mid buildings, and ! within easy distance of railway. Would  rent either with or without stock and 1 machinery. To tuko possession not later than March 1st, 1!)19. Apply Hox 47, Humid. ' TiS-U USE PREMIER COAL PHONE 545 110 FIFTH STREET 8. 260-0 ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full information apply to Agents or Company'* Office, 270 Main St., Winnipeg. Special Notice NOTICE is hereby given to all parties contemplating installing new gas services that no further applications will be accepted after 5 o'clock p.m. of Oct. 15th, 1918. CANADIAN WESTERN NATURAL GAS, .LIGHT, HEAT AND POWER CO., LTD. 250-10 CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 2-011 ------1______ AUCTIONEER Long experience m stock and farm machinery. Sales conduct* ed ia auy part of ADerta. P. LAV ALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call The Oowsley Land Agency, bridge. Phone 1809 Letrt* 8594 ;