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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TEN PAGES Alberta. Tiiesihij-, Oclolxer 21, 1913 FIVE CENTS. Number Prominent Citizen Who Had Re- sided Here for Many 1' Yeats A PIONEER WESTERNER SHOULD BE IN LETHBRIDGE DISTRICT At the special meeting of the full Board of this evening, the question of having the weit- ern boundary of the 'Lethbridje judicial district changed, will-be for discussion, Ai the present time the towns of Carmangay, Barons and Noble are all in the Macleod district, although thty have Indirect railway connection with that point! Lethbridge Is their natural centre, and the opin- Ton has been expressed many times that Lethbrldge should In- clude the towns In LtB judicial district. A Successful and Substantial Business Great Faith in Lethbridge CJRHAT WEI.S1I MINIXG DISASTER'. I'iiankagiving Day brought grief to or.e family circle and many homes ir the city where he bad bwo intimate- ly know n since ihe ear I j- d ays, the death ol Robert ICdward Sherlock. Mr. SlierlocV had not been in ro- bust I.eaKti for. sonic lime, -but was able to he around attending business interests regularly. On It Mountain DlVISlOH LaH Be Saturday evening he sat up until a. late hour and retired stemingly in as ;r-od health as he bad recently cnjoy- td. However, Sunday found him in a rery weak condition ami he gradual- ly beciine weaker during the day and -sed'awar peacefully, early on the of the holiday. J'neumonlR was the immediate cause of his Mr. Sherlock had. resided in Canada since 1883, when he canio Handled Successfully Said Sir Thomas' Milwaukee, Oct emire system ot the 'Canadlm .Pacific v'aj- may be electrlflEd. ThlE.wtB tho declaration today ol Sir Thomas "ShaliEhnessy, "president nit to the plains from Ontario -and! u general store at to inspect "ill hts early .terminals. The ivprl 'ell, Saskatchewan, oue of H-.ifalkip, uou' a iroraiiicnt grocer in Vsu- rouver. Seven years later 'he ed the road as he. started for .es there for new noV balog start- In the Rocky inoimtalns .toward opefaHon of Instead ot steam! foconiotivw over D GIVE ram TRAFALGAR DAY On October 21. 1800, Juat 10S years ago at Trafalgar, Ad- miral lord Nelson, In com- mand of the Britliir fleet, dc- clilveb' defeated the combined navies of France and Spain. Unearned Increment Bill Was Debated in the Legislature Today CHIEF HARDY WtLL ENFORCE BY- TO HANDLE ASHES CARELESSLY "I am going to summon the nert KdmontOB, Oct. principal of taxing unearned increment ol Und values was discussed in the Alberta Legislature today wtco Premfer Sii- ton moved thr second reading of tho bill providing for a tax ot five per cent of the increased value of exclusive ol improvements "and' de- velopment doce upon the land- Premier Sifton st'ated the bill >aa open to'amendment and he would ncrt it "as an evidence of lack ol con- fidence In the' government iE altera- tions to the details tbe bill we.ro proposed. Opposition to the bill was offered, by T. M.. Twcedie, Centre Calgary, who said that'it would be a blgulow to the province. Capital was driven out of Knglacd by tbe Lloyd DIAGRAM .SHOWING Sceue of Udtain's -worst coal mine than four hundred lost their tires.in an ifter-daray explosion. The black. rows. show, the ooal seals' ar.d the horizontal c I the -tunnels "-or roadways by ivhich the coal Is taken to ihe sliafts. V- j ISYJ.C.1.: Thirty Business Men Will .Campaign for Lift a Floating Liabilily Off the Local be a Short, Active Rustle and There is.a-Determirujfion.tb Make it a thc j.ionK'Is merely li'o rfared, preliminary poison who sets 2 file by throwing. Georgr. land tai'atiori auij which wij hot ashes against a building.. .'md ing tout in .this country i would be drivtu out ol Alberta. Such t has to stop. a-tax shouldaot.be iuipowd, he This rcmarfa, made'ivith some heatUaiil, until the other provinces of the this morning bv Fire-Chief Hardfc, is Dominion and especially, the other warntog to 'householders who are provinces adopted similar leg- wont to be carefes. in. the w tion of ashes. a fire call.; supporfEj the tax, which he said came, in at 11.17 a.m. from 5th was hardly a .tax" at all. It was It was started-, hot ashts merely taking a small share of the against an outhouse. A strong wind profit which belonged hy moral right was blowing at the to the province and to the people. He damage might have.resulted. So to; cited the fact that the Bay prevent a recurrence of the perform- Co. land in the city of MtSmonton ance, the.chief has. thrown, out assessed at MOO.O'OO in I89S and' Tvarning and bacfcs itllip with Clause j today the assessed value oE the Hud- 33 of the fire bylaw: son'.s Bay company land In the city. "Xo person sliall place or keep any j after Ihe'y had sold a large propof- ashes removed" from .any stove .orjtion "of itf He was.- fire place in any wooden hpx or other j hopeful to see the time when other wooden vessel pr. within five feet.' ol; provinces wo-jld adopt the and liny wooden .Kojisc1..cr' cities of Alberta would- in any also receive a'part of on conviction shall J100-' increment Jof mum by (he firm of Campbell, V.'jlsbn fA Hoine. He was vice president of old company for many years. He :as also interested financially in ilhbtldge's first electric light plant Vd aided as well in the- estahlish- ,tr.l of the Lethbrirlgr llrirk .and ..rra Cotla Co. After his retire- lent from business Mr. Sherlock dts- ijyed his abiding faith in Lethbridge i- WfCtiRg the Sherlock block, a five office building, (he finest struc of its kinil in this city, and su by very few in" the west. Vr. .r.rrlock was believer inl.et'- and its and practicnll liis investments hnd been-made in (is city. WAS AX ALDKHMAN .inillr earnestly intercsicil in Ihc Mlarc of the city, Mr. Sherlock in cent years had not been prpmineiit- before the citirens in any public 'parity, but in the early history of !.e town .ol Lethbrfdge he ect- as alderman (or several years. He ;i.s on the school board for years and ,d also been a trustee ol the city pking fund. In politics, he followed Independent giving support to men rather than patt- j.. In religion he wns an Anglican !oni< been actively iih'tttificd Hli SI. p'Srlsh. lie was times a churchwarden and lor ,ny years a member of.flic vestry. was a member of tho Masonic or- r. 1.0VKD BBAUTIKUI, Mr. Sherlock rcsidfd on "Fifth Arc. 5 home was one ol the most que in the city, being surrour.d- (Contlnucd on page 0) SAW MILL BLOWN UP bridge say so. Midland, On., OcL lives Tlicy arc going to he asked toWay wore lost and aoveral nersons Injured so and thirty slroag .binintsS; mill, near will hustle for two d.iys ii D. II. Elton, R. T. Brym- H certainly'can i! the men oi I.eth: q.'lTaivonh, It: P. Wallace, T. "JC. Rldpaih, F. A. Mam-ell, O. Lath- rop. B. Dunlop, J. H. Tabor, A. B. when the boilpr In a snn ness, .men Stafford, G. Shannon, II. S. McArlhur, .E. S. "Jackson, Dr. Courtlce, W. IDE- liero blew up this, morntns. .The the city soliciting Jackson, "W. A. llamll- dead are: John Sogea, nnd Don't run when you see Adams, E. C. McKenzIe, B. N. OeOfEO in Tha in-lMrn.1 i__Ti____ _ _ n Edmonton. Alia., 'Al-1 the Canadian Northern Railway Co. berta Great Waterways bill recelv- j guaranteed at the session ot 1909, grid, ed Its third reading, and was passed the Canadian Xoitfcern Rail- by tho legislature at-its Saturday af-, way guaranteed at the session of 19U-' de'jt campaign there will ttrnoon session. The" passing of the j 12, of the Central Canada rallway be. three tciras bill was received "with-cheers by. the company (new suarantee at the fato" .en. The nil I Iru- a boy. The. injured ing. There is no call y die; and John Leach, all Peter He'bner, may John cent account more wortnyV- vour toncfi- i' engaginc. for ten days. The captain's will P. Max- well and W. Tnerain. The city will bo dlvide'd'Snto "sections and the men "canvassed who were "not reached" bT the -This .will be Y.M.C.A. week in Lethb'riilge. 'j Sit down for a minute out what tliat finely ciuipfcd etploslon pretty.well wrecked ing could I.e made to ilo for the! men I. It owned br. Hartley Chew ofl.ethbrid.ee if there was located.at Dollartpwrva sub- anil if you'were helping in the'.work-'-? land it a lot'of men nothing j CJ. OFFICERS IN WINTER IN CHICAGO Chicago, llj., Oct. thla morning lo. witness A heavy snowstorm. Light snow began falling last evening, and continued .all through the riigbt, becoming ice Big Responsi- bility Dedicate Themselves for Increased'Efficency COLLECT PAPER DUTIES Wafhlnston, .D.Q., Oct. The. treasury, department has members on the Liberal side, per mile for one (hundred voted solidly in Its favor, while "sli- teen members ot the'opposition.' voted solidly against iL A number of the amendments mov- ed by the Opposition in cqmmltte.e.of the whole were moved again on-the third reading, and a vote of mem- bers upon them WBE recorded: The proposed .by pre- mier Stfton authorizing .the legisla- ture to re-guarantse.the bonds grand trunk branch, lines .c'ompmy. and oE light railways buLIt to connect with existing'Hoes, .at the rate of .half the .costf ot construction, and .In any event not exceed per mile, were Introduc-' ed.. An amendment Tfms made to last rtjolntlon striking limita- tion of forty-miles'for of railways to be BO guaranteed. embodying tile resolutions wiere'theft brought .be fore the Home, and retd n Ii rat time. ft iOARD OF TBADE-TONIOHT The Board of Trade meets when several -import-. V ordered-ali custdraa officers lo ant questions will bo consider- tit. r fl'g movements have a VYlthOUt Ustetltation Or very quiet stirt, ami that i.ro.ably n r. n I will prove true ol the confer.ncc ol C. R. Put the Bin Project Men's Christian association 0 employed officers ht-lii.licre Sat'jrday Inln Otiorafinn Wn'ng anil yrsterday. It was a Jiuu wpaation gathjring c( mtn who led the tre- :'mendous importance of the work and .the co-iolalivc rcEtlns llassano. AHa., Oct. Tte cmfcrer.ces without preliminarj- anncur.cenient or-'were of a'morc or less technical char- heavier atdayllsht. ceremony of any kind, the rates ol 'acter'and lie. various ol Hie Inch of unowfell, covering the ,u. Mhi were very thoroughly dlscusse.l. (t rjsultitl in a vision and whsn men eolltcl countervailing duties on pipe revalued above cents a pound, Irnported from British and Quebec, Rtreeti nnd deadening the sounds of early morning traf. .j. C.I'.K. Inlrntol to divert the. -get ttl. ff fie. The mercury dropped be- ol the Dow River Irjr star'of tfiity there is generally some- fiteiiilB point.. i acres Around Ifessano wsrc :thmg.moving. Among the objectne; !at three o'clwi on Thanks.ivin? daV. ai'fiied a result of the vision of Those present cnly were J. S. ppssiblc aeliicvenienl arc pi-rsonnl ability on tbe pait DAVIDSON, METAL ;CO. WlL MOVE STREET TO 6th AVENUE A. nls, assistant lo the president of the cf The Davidson .Metal To. has just C.l'.fl.; II. 0. Heckle, ]itfsii3ent 'Increased membership for the as- j completed tte' purchase irom the adian Arntursen Co., which holds ths sociation: In the cities .included in Uroad Conlrnciing Co., ol the city ipalont for the. dam; Chief tht.rc Assistant Chict Krijin-er. Kdir.onton, Oct. license will he returned from hotels d other places dealing !n 1'oi'orp nnrler nr.iv Itconfe regula-' "S cngiiitri, aii-i a. fo- Alberta will bo paited at present wssloii of legislature, inter, nnd a lew niembcrshfp ewerles of vvhicli tnere are ffiiiu .n ihu mil have lo..pay .au j Kxactly at t'.ircc nir.c men cut the nual o{ J5.000 pci-------' i Alberta and Iheso w 0 fee Is for hotel: imrler and fnr those In lowifs and elllM wltii over Ale or Iftger bottling In town and cities of 1 lo bo taxed annually and for those tn towr.s of under the tax I bo J200. FVr Uie first time cluhs are to be brought under the Hauor license act 1 the [ollo'B'Ing lases will be charged. Clulis In ellles of over JSOO; under 20.000 anil over In .J conlcrc.ice thtre memtcrs. Ily next spring the roll on A- S.-.The workshop ol will be increased to 5500 if cflort can the .Contracting Co. will be- A. Fronhrtlei, supervis- achieie. that result. i corae, 'the vrorkshpp "pi the new own- Thp ChrisfianUing of associate'res, whilV.the property also Includes :a nfttf..house'and barn. Possrss on WHILE BOTH SIDES CLAIM VIC- TORY RIDING HAS BEEN ALWAYS CONSERVATIVE from the Calgarr Board favor- Ing the formation of a'provin- cial association. Most Import-- ant of all steps Inaugu- rated with a view lo having a Including a request from the Credltmen's association In a campaign to secure'a form law In reaolu- tlon from Humboidt, Sask., MfMng legislation', compelling' companies holding charters to Out., Oct. dtf start operations a fcr the House of Commons In East soluble resolution Middlesex is favored by cleir'bright, and the opinion is that ,'a lig vote will-be brought out by. both sides. The Conservatives are conn- t Jent that their Frank (Hass, will get aa maSorily bridge built al Oiarr.ond CSty, ae Eison received .in 1911 eiectioh and a proposed change in the while the supporters of boundaries in the jtnifcml his opponent, are predicting possible' trlct will be dlzcuEted..-" .victory for their.candidite..The Lib-: j'.- j elals claim'that Ihs majority against'. j them at the last .over 600, that "was because many-Literals' were 'They point.out that in ISOM'cteV Elson won by only 219 arid ia by 24S. -Today thty claim ttieir or- gjuiizatidn for. bringing out the is perfect. ministers, among: whom were Buriell, Urothfr.s year; There arc 315-holel and wholesale licenses !COrds controlling the' nm; 'immense will ho reoulred to pay; llceone fees, of to SwooJen gates, a'd' simultaneously :els or wholesale lltjuor Wnccs In towns of o .iS ,mrniMv c'nwn ihVr _-.. vnc) blip i.oun grooves. .A JiacK up the zlver, the westein rivtr.leran to rise perceptibly and the ess'lern 'thenisehes io the vision, river to fall. Tfcc operation. ?ivlll 'as-Jan essyntial.to give every thought HaKers.vlrtcv'Ont back up the rher eish.t mil s and Ihs to how l.tsf'.to maVe personal Howard, one of cr that ced tiial drinking clubs nb.ollshcd.'a reguiatio.n 'will ifclubi a license must aUo supply ill.be.en- grooves. .A Ufo! JiacK Such a broad vision should certain--ably ;ifi the.-spring.- up the westein rivtr .leVan' ly stiraulate to activity nnd themeii' AGED MINISTER DEAD to'thr. hfight nf the' c6uht-ili .reachitg K definite achieve- dam, -15 feet, is expected to foi'T rofnt. weeks. Oct. T. the cldeal and Iwst In On Urip'dled. he was si'i today sjed 90. '2V jeira ago, He roents for grafting highway, con- ti'aci-v. Stirred -an jammed the Cooper Union last night with" intimate, of- the Sul- zcr-Murphy-McCdll relal'ons thit.c'on- SKATING AT .REGINA i Reglna. Bask., Oct. wasi stating alone the .'edges'of Wascana: yesterday nftcrnoonr Snoi- .a.ddr, ed to (he dltcomfort p'f firmed and even -Ihe, thrcahfog wns lied up for mark by sloty. raof'' ;