Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
4tt A 'Otft W T5e Uthbndge Daily I LETHBRIDGE, ALBfRTA. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1909. NO. PERMITS OVER MILLION AND QUARTER This Month Is Third Largest Of the BIRTHS MUCH LOWER f THAN DEATHS IN FRANCE Paris, Oct. statistics for the first six months of the present year shows an excess of deaths over births in France of In 190S the excess of deaths was and this, growing discrepancy has raised again a cry of alarm for the future of the French race which is the only people of Europe experiencing depop- Dr. -Jacques Betillon, the statistical doctor, proposes a heavy increase of taxation upon .families. in which there are two children or less. ALBERTA CARRIES AWAY MANY VALUABLE PRIZES Cards ton and Macleod Win In Two Takes f" Second Place In Contest For Best Exhibit FATAL WRECK AT Rochester, N. Y., ROCHESTER Rochester, K. Oct. j men killed and two seriously hurt, gn engine practically demolished, the! wall of the freight house caved in and dozens of freight cars with their con- tents damaged or completely wrecked J is the result of a wreck that occurred j a few hundred feet south of Platt St. J Crossing in the Kent Street yards of! the New York Central railroad thus, morning. The dead-are, Fred Chap-: man, 32 years old, N.Y.C. yardmas-i ter, Rhins E. Strassner, 3G years old. j both of Rochester. I WILL GO TO PEOPLE SOON GUELPH MEN HURT Guelph, Ont., Oct. McCrae, president of ttie. Ontario Sunday School Association, and Zaviiz, CANADIAN Toronto, Oct. 29. the Agricultural College, were in-1 was TV following building permits; of- were taken out this morning: last night 'by the -overturning j R. F. Thompson, a dwelling on j of a rig. Kc-ntworth street at a cost of j W. A. Hamilton, a stable military secretary A LITTLE PREMATURE Ottawa, Oct. '29.-The. announce-, t. tiho Earl of Lanes to Earl The governor gen- to but appeared surprised at th j is premature large business blocks and stores that I eral 'has 'a'sked for his -appointment .but the war office has aot yet taken GlYN ST. LOTS GO AT j he saw here. thelfl Irving stated that he Bad heard i before how Lethbridge was growing, i but-now he could see for himself that preference. The against food taxes un- der preference makes less and less ap- peal. Gory talk clearly does not pay action. is to. be lherc th tendered banquet ______________ pby the deputy ministers of the gov- foundation for a big j eminent departments at Ridean Club Sir John Hanbury Williams j England an? more today than; in 'R.: V. 'Gibbccis yesterday sold 50 feet on Glyn street just north of Mrs. 'J. L., Stovall's residence to. Edmon- ton parties for T. D. Kevin CLOSE CONTEST BAD MEN UNDER ;T WINGS OF POLICE Dan White ivas arraigned in; the police court" this morning, on a charge', of trvinEc to pass bogus cheques andjWeyburn line he slated that nothing j the property. This is a record price JOT j new ]ine from to Saskatoon i less than 72 hours awaj was remanded till Monday morning, j .had been settled in regard to that as Glyn St. property away 'from1 Red- and Wetaskiwin. He loft Saskatoon 'political forecasters city here. He was full of admirationj-mi 'Nov. 12 I for the number and size of the -bt'si-1 I ness houses here, and the amount of buildings' under, construction. He thought that the- development of the city should be very rapid. People from.'the east were becom- ing much interested in this country. He found new arrivals wherever he went. Mr. Whyte .has .just been over the past. Socialism, Communism. and all that way are too traditionally un-English to win elec- .tions. Englishmen. as ever, ask for quiet evolution, not revolution. Bermondsey makLS the thirteenth seat won by tariff reform since the general elections. Liberals have lost four- seats to the Labor party and have not made a single gain. Ques- tion politicians ask today is "What voting! Ratiicais ,m public try to" up in their minds and glowing with en-! He claims to be from Spokane, hav-Lyet, but it would be considered some thusiasm" over the wonderful develop-' ing just arrived in the city, m-ent and prosperity of" Canada, Al-! Ian T. Neville anrf H. W. Birks, two berts and Baxter, were each fined members of the London stock twenty dollars-and costs for gamb- change, are returning to- England line; and ordered to leave, the city at Ironi a trip Dominion. "We are both convinced more tlian fjme next -January.1 plans path St. and" shows how, rapidly yal-' ues are, increasing the opinion men from the same place, Ro-! for extension work came up for disr outside inrestors have of ever of the unlimited, chances for in- once. These men are of the same va- riety as the police have been, routing out all fall. cussion. Pleased With New Line He expressed himself as very satisfied with the line between .Thursday morning and reached Mac- leod about noon resterday. Superintcndant Maharg met the here and accompanied them to Regina. Medicine Hat: Superintendant Brown- commissioners -have refused j lee, of Cranbrook, accompanied Mr. here i to the Royal Hotel. Macleod to Lethbridge. Bad mca will soon learn vestment of capital here and where to avoid Lethbridge. One 'drunk and wo were in the west, you may-be-disorderly' was disposed of in the us-j sure that we will let'no opportunity [ual manner and a man named Mc- i Phair given fifteen days in the bar- j Canada eleven "racks for vagrancy. that Robert McCutchcon was arrested by the Mounted Police last -night on a i charge "of having in his possession i obscene literature. He is wanted at j pass us. Mr. Birks was in years ago, and today he says the progress and development, is.mar- vellous. "I cannot express it in LL SOON NEED ANOTHER.day cajs confessed thfmselves at sea as to vot ?s -'u-i outcome of this city's mayoralty con-1 jn a total poll of votes test. Predictions that the vote will 'Bcxmondsay really wanted the budget i.t would have supported a govera- -.1! -ne but il be 'close seems to be borne out by decision of the leaders of all three contending camps to keep up the contest i-> the last Their eleventh hour., efforts are mack; in tlu- face of confident from each campaign headquarters that the is as good as won, while threo different s-fs of straw ball'ts show the political wind blowing favorably for each of tin- nandidaU's. Th-.-rc: appears to bv no doubt of the sincerity ui the fusionist belief that tlic election of all their can- didates below is assured. The names >-f tliese men appear in both fu.sion civic allianc columns'on the ballot. in the province was referred to Receipts brought forward the Staff. school management committee. Proceeds, of debentures j -pnc month's accounts as read bv i the secretary were ordered to be paid Total if found correct. 'Principal Hamilton asked that the i Brought forward j board make arrangements for procur-i Construction and repairs REVENUE GREATER THAN PREDICTED Toronto, Oct. A. J. Math- cson, provincial treasurer, said yoa- terday that practically in every de- partment of the government of revenues for ten months ending Oc- tober 31, would b.- exceeded by ac- tual receipts. soon as the marvellous opportunities d todav bv the state. Plans! are known, money will follow itf large at oncc for tnc erec. quantities." Improvement to grounds "hitherto -has'been spent mostly Eastern Canada, and has not found j its way out west so much, but as f for the trea.tment of tuberculosis, was j police! It was moved by Dr. Stewart that j Ljbrary i thfl lease be granted for a period I five years, and that a yearly rental j guppijes .................._ 9-1.71 jmittee will meet next Monday j of one. dollar be charged, on condition Wat'cr to consider this and other j that the city erect a fence sufficiently Ijight Vancouver, B. C., Oct. in- S.'lOS.TO! ing another teacher to begin duty on fant son of Hon. Richard McBride, i i _____T____ 1'icrT tion of the buildings. the first of December. The matter was left with the school management committee to take action. The com- cven- mat-' 7.57 tcrs. v 5.00 .96 born Sundaj noon. died after- have ment 'candidate. In private Radicals utter hot -abuse of Socialists and Labnrites for splitt- ing' votes in Radical constituencies in- stead of hair Avith the S- announciTi2; 00 in v.-i for crnefn] c'.octlj.i. I rc-frains from a svcje -that -would maive f-iturc aii'snOB dim cult rnorr- rra.sonn.ble .Soc'sl- ists. Tin mrans to be Fro'Tii.T rears hence if it is impossible to be sooner. Tt.is known that, Sir Edward G-re7 ha..'! to before his Cabinet nononted his eisht Dread- in the surtnc and it is be- nnd T-Ta1dn.Tif find also Burns hv T.iovd-Grorcc's w'ld Limehouse fnd In view of Churchill's ODCn cont-empt for collpflfrucs. not, t-o speak nf As- mn'th'f: curh nf his Advocate'tis ''f -tlint m'm'strv break of November. nl Hori'OTi is months. 100.00 high to screen the building from the i CaretaMng................... 180.00 observation from the playground. -Secretary-Treasurer...... I A letter from the secretary of the j insurance Trustees1 .association asking that all.j Sundries resolutions that school boards wished Salaries Total to bring before the convention be in the secretary's hands at once, was J i referred to the school management j committee. The convention meets in i Lethbridge nert January. I The request of Sam Jones for a sal- j I ary grant in connection with janitor work "for the additional rooms of the j Westminster school was laid over un-: j til'the alterations are completed. j Miss Teller's request to be trans- j opening vi the meeting that he wish- i ferrcd from Westminster school to the I ed to express his deep regret at the Another School Site There was considerable- discussion over the purchase of another school site as soon as a suitable one could be secured. It was felt that the pres- ent school accommodation would he ..........SS7.1S7.53 j insufficient very soon, and that. it balance of in all probability be necessary Stew-f to erect another school building at filed, i the beginning of next year. A site be procured in the east end of the city, when the board have had Lime to look ovi-r tnf: ground and de- cide on a suitable location. A communication from the Powers rcports werc of Mr. Barford Flectwood stated at the Mr. Prillman in his cornfield, five miles north of Bow Island, a "three acre fiold of corn, some -of which was eight feet high, never watered because his well is 200 had Central school at the beginning next month was referred to .school management committee. of j death of Mr. Barford, ;and his appre- the, i ciation of. the deep interest he had 'shown in school matters. He fclt A letter was received from -the jani- j that all the members must feel his 11 was tor of the Central school asking that I death as.a personal loss. with 130 feet of water. he in rooms to A resolution_of sympathy to. Mrs. Co. giving prices for- the installation of a heat regulating apparatus in the j Westminster school was read j filed. The boaid did not consider it advisable to install such a system >n 'the Westminster school, as the price asked was rather too much for the value of the apparatus to the school. THE WOLF AND THE LAMB LIE DOWN TOGETHER." A happy family at the home of J. C. Gretz, seven miles south of. Bow Island, their nearest school. He broke his garden with a pony and a cow and had rioe watermelons to ea11 ?n 22.