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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta I Tuesday, October 5th Street S. Phone 763 ME XETHBKIPGE DAILY HERALD Prepare for it by leaving your order with us for Storm Sash and Storm Doors. We will also; arrange for putting on and fitting BEAUTIFUL SHRUBS 13th Street N. Phone 1063 LethbrMfg, N.Lethbrlin Taber Bow bland Ciaresholm Nanton c Granum CarmangtJ! Barons Kipp Jet; aware of the large number of Bering Shrubs that are ly hardy on the prairie and will thxivetthere year, getting more beautiful every ii VWe'.'can. send you a selection twelve .varieties, three years .old, that '-wilt iall .RMS tWs 5 coming summer and blooming at different periods from spring un-1- til .fall; The selection includes Lilacs; Snow- -Wiegelias, Syringasr Elders- Berberries; SnoVherries, Himey-'." etc. ,c; "1 to .hip, veto value 112.50. all express paid to your nearest .express office ,r- CP.1'S TO SPUR TRACK Aldermen Differ Street to fce Buy Another Jliner's Hall-Secretaryv Treasurer's of the Herald v BRITISH COLOMBIA FKTJIT FARMS At the City Council last-night a let- ter was received.-from Acting C. K. Agent Hayes, enclosing a number of .agreements "relating to the con- struction of a spur track .The -wooden signs 'being said, looked cheap and un- ttignilieft-- The. Mayor said that they put up merely as tempbr- r in. order not to delay the uuiuugn in oraer not to delay city-s industrial tract to be starting i of -the street mail deliverv ne .city. _ The total the awrt :-f.n -rho 4_ For SjTday, only of Place V: Only per dozen Kootenay Valley Nurseries T ffirror Xake, C. The total the spur was .placed at- of city's share was including one rental. _Ald. Hatch remarked that when" the city-met Superintendent Taylor; ;of C. on the .matter his "un- derstanding" of it .was that the'com- pany .would 'build the track for.noth-: ing-.when'it is required, and would-be Pleased to get the business. Aid, Bowman: "I understood "that, too.'' Aid. Oliver..thought that what'Su- perintendent Taylor did say was 'that- it would not -cost-the .city a cent-to build- the track -from, west of" Thir- teenth-, street to -.the- sites; but the people to names to numbers. described a -system of signs -and -holders --which he had seen he visited recent- Finally, a motion was the store- keeper ;tb secure from different firms and .prices of signs and hold- :To Buy rAnother Team Aid moved that .Fire Chief iikeBny be-rauthorized 10 purchase team-of .horses for No. 2 in cost be .entered, into." for ..another year with the, Westinghouse: Electric Co., whose two. .year 'cdn'trac't 'has was also .Shelter for: gprinkiers? On motion of "the" Mayor the works and property committee instruct- ed to hold "a meeting tc consider the of. erecting- a shed to shelter toe sprinkling- wagons and other equip Superintendent 'Price Thanked The General Superin- tenaent Price, C. P. R., to'the CHOICEST LAND IN THE FAMOUft OFFERED FOR IMMEDIATE SALE announcing the content removal--6f -the .passenger en-' been reconsidered ;was :read.. and received and filed, and> letter of thanks or- dered- sent to A letter o aPPreciation of the-Mavor and Cbun team-of horses and! cil's services m'ithe. matter. AX tut, jfltrto, on either side of the Shuswap and Okanagan, branch of the C. P. It. and on the Shuswap River. The own- ers, a corns pany form- ed for the purpose of colonizing various Tdisi tncts _in British Co- lumbia, and owners T of many ;-thou- Biplpv ti-aifef eir V .-I "IrNow On ath st. prayinj on short c PHONES: Cure cqtiffhs, cures coJds, hcais the throat and "lungs. 25 IQOMBSSAYS -b :on Sa't- Southern'Alberta De- >as and a embracing the whole province, and called the Alber- ta Debating -League, was. formed in its place. represented Leth- r. and'says'it- the .city" would have to -bear share: of; the cost, of c the spur through the property. Aid. Hatch thought they should go slowly in the. matter, None of the sites had. .been sold as and the time they were, there would' probably be 'other railroads -'jia't'.tlie city, and: they should plans'' to admit 'them to the sites. ayor Adams thought it was "a 'good thing to Icnow that they had to- pay tor- the .spur, so could -add the cost to the price of the when 'the sold them. The sites the motion ordering and the only, have to put up new.team., s Aid. there was a works .and team-that would make a good; -fire team; Aid. Hatch replied chief had examined and they would not do atiall The -motiozi-aathor- izing .the 'purcliase th.en f- Bbiiding "increases Meech suiBmitted his "-report showing--per; mita-'rto- theVvaiue" of issued, inrom 'September 1910 the .total -value of-permits issued was U27y25 against during the j the business men. by Messrs A. H McKebwri; E, Av o a great success. The. matter of extend the organization-.to-take-in the the matter. To Keep Records or Plant; Messrs. Smith, .Kerry power plant consulting engineers, enclosing samples of fprmsi a complete outfit for keeping exact records in connection with-'the- electric and waterworks plants, -.the d purchased. Ask Refund Messrs. M'cClenaghan a 'long and importance of which the- argument that -he change would stimulate 'interest eventually winning out." Secretary AUfcrignt was--instructed o communicate with- .the- northern owns, and invite them to participate is expected, that he-.province will be, divided into .two ivisions, the Northern South- r" and that these two will-he-sub- ed into two other-divisions'each he winners of each division will plav if semi-finul debates, and the win- -IT. TT -out four _ ing- -a capable'man -Light for" Miners' Superintendent- Reid submitlted; Ms report -for the month of September During, the month were against September, 1909. of the Letti- In and -v J114J.B5 tO the Miners' Hall on Fourteenth street _. -North, -he recommended that the work Broad- be done, the -Miners -rs asking for, a refund- of taxes, on with the labor alone the cL ssessnaent of lots 145 and ,146 j ing 'the materials! The cllv rs of the semi-final competing, for he simnar to the sys- em m football and other athletic con- i tests. Toronto, 'Oct. A report from K.he following officers "were 'elect- Block F, upon which, they have: built Uen own the extension, since- the assessment was made. Aid. er incidental-to maktoy' Bowman moved -to allow the refund, the -miners obviated. Ttrt The, understanding, had bee, of. labor and material remand Je said, to make refunds the Mayor, had been estimateTbv se property was built upon before the .mtendent Reid at ahbut close of the, year for which 'the prop- port was agreed to. Superintended erty is suerassss WHI Make- Refund J. C. Graves wrote asking for a re- 'nd of J450 advanced by him for wat and sewer mains to five houses of on Gait street' last year when the city's appropriation '-was exhausted The'.secretary. was instructed to reply tnac the. city debentures- covering the work Jiaye not yet :been sold, but they are, .the refund asked for granted. Where Coal Goes' --SuperantendeatVHugh Scott's report covering; operations at the cityv mine ttaring September: was received and 'the...following- tables Jhow-ing distribution: of. coal; r ft73 tons 03cwL 1 ton 06 cwt 10 tons 10 cwt. 35 tons 10 cwt. 1 ton 19 cwt 18 tons 12 cwt. 731 tons 00 cwt y- plant Park Keiief shovel Hall No. 2 Hall No. 1 for cleared land EASY-TERMS OFi 1-4 CASH-BALANCE I 2 YEARS- We have made; a personar. study means -file BEST IN S. C McAIpinf may be., called as .witnesses should the .attorney-general's department, to whom the .cases, hare, ,to-' be r decide that they be proceeded the The city'police in vu 'aft anci One -man, he -said, had .been put to mg fruit> ice candies, chewing work opening up the old A. R." j wordings with .good results. 'The track, outside. the mine to the power plant is -also being improved. A report "says, that the total Value of real estate owned Toy the Salvation Army m -New York, recommendation that m England that Commissioner Thomas Coombs, "of -the 'Salvation Army, had- resigned .because of differences -With thy authorities in lanu "was eir-.phatically denied today Commissioner himself. a lie that dispatch about my said'' he, "a lie made out pi "whole General Booth is in "hearty accord with and has en- dorsed our 'immiaration. work in Can- ada. He; thoroughly agrees -with us th i wGic ciect- 'ed: Honorary president, R. B.'Bennett donor of .the championship tronhv- president, Harry Ballantyne, secre- tary of the Calgary Y. M. :C first vice-president. Gladstone -Leth bridge; second vice-president Mr sansome, of Medicine Hat; third vice- president. Secretary Ward, of Edmon- V" A Mr. All-bright, of ton Y. M. C. A. tne Calgary Toung, .Men's Club, was elected secretary-treasurer. that said that by motion jiad tract.fbr the supply of electric agreed to do so, on ini- provements were commenced prior "to August If the property had, mere- ly been improved to the value bfT-ohel or two t hundred .dollars in f escape juperassessment, he "th AC a reiunci.. unnvccan suggested that the matter be referredT- .County, 'Cape Bratoh, had to the assessor, which was done 1 Refuse to Pay Duty t fat 11 tur-al country -and we in-u'st devote! of-, the educational de- oiir pnpririin.-In f___, partments of all V -A our energies in bringing out farm lab- orers and -domestic" servants." -Commissioner' Coombs will n-o west on this week. THREE CABINET v. RESIGN Turk- ish sovernment: is -facing a financial Crisis. Three of the 'members of trie cabinet, finance, war and interior, resigned to-day because of complica- tion over the army .budget e- partments of all Y. MrC.-A.Vand kin- dred societies in the 'province will be TWELVE OF DREW DROWNED Rio Janeiro. Oct the City and the. City jsblici: tor, regarding a claim for Dominion Customs, alleged from the city on sewer pipes i.___ ans Howard, of St.____ appears that after the firm up in, full'-and the customs, latter .discovered there had been some mistake the invoices by the shipping to. gb-to the hospital r, who h Mo7' off Cape Frio. Twelve of the crew were drowned. The Portmar- nook sailed from Lorenzo, Argentine on c iltlgCil October 5, for Leith, Scotland. always enjoy your meals at 'the- CAFE quick service and moderate prices -have this cafe to the front in less than ftiiir months. clauses of the regulations were con travened. it was decided to follow the solicitor's "advice, and let the. cus- toms officers go after the sum if they "Ortnstiy the complete cnre-that Gia' Pills case, "I suffered untold misery even when under treatment from the" best doctors for over tea months, and nothingseemed to do "me' anv fc-ctA- nr-' thought they could get it. The com- munications were received and. filed.' .T. and L. C. Extension-Granted The Trades and .Labor .Council' wrote asking for an-extension'of the time given them by.the Sanitary In- spector in" which to install mv -My trouble was Inflammation of KiOneys and Bladder. finally determined to tate xuy doctor's advice and, .go to tie Victoria Hospital at treatment Two days, however, before, my 'intending departure for the Kbspital, a neighbor 1 a Gin Aid. Bowman moved and the motion carried, rebating St. Augusta's Church some 1400 in taxes on their Sunday school property and building It was pointed out that the Methodist and Presbyterian Sunday schools' use rooms beneath their churches and are .consequently exempt; consequently. it was only considered fair to exempt the St Augustin's Sunday school build mg which happens to be a, separate building, although- on property ad- Joining the church. Inspectors'; Uniforms The committee appointed some months ago to arrange for uniforms tor city, inspectors reported that noth- ing having been heard from the in- spectors who were asked to make sug- gestions. the merchant tailors in the city be asked to submit samples and! illustrations of suitable uniforms Carried. The Secretary Says So Aid. Sage asked if the council was supposed.- to be responsible for educat- ing the people on commission plans of government -Mayor. Adams said he did not think so. Aid. Oliver remarked that the Her- ald appeared to think to I Secretary Treasurer Robinson added' with a sneer, "Oh, the Herald is the sum and such, to, the provisions of the. Lord's Day Ob- servance Act. The places of business so caught the Cosmopolitan.Ho- English-Ca.te--and. Cotarez Bros. In some cases young boys and girls were buying vvx-ie ouying cantnes; in others fellows taking young-ladies out for purchased- f FAMOUS WOMAfvL DEAD -Vliddletown, R; I, Oct 17 Mrs. Julia Ward.' Howe at her summer home here to- day. names were taken; in order; that- Tttal Assets fver Not toe Man In A Thousand ever.gets a start in life' (unless he inherits X, except by, regular saving. V A Account is almost invariably theT VV' tt completed. I tne vyifndrawais should always be to the Bank Karl Grey will present the prizes at' Opening accounts of this nature. St. Andrew's' College on Friday morn- iii'-i ILethbndge Branch C ;