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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 5 - . ^fm^Sf'^i^^.p^J%m^ir;>'^mvt^ Moiiaay,:April 21,1913 THE LETHBRtPOE DAILY HERALD Page 3 To-day ^ i^nd To-morrow "tHE - - iWS WILL: IS READ 001 TOTAL ESTATE IS THREE REEL SENSATIONAL ''BRONCHO'" EeXtURE _:__:_Si-i_i- Great Financier Declares his Relief in the Expiatory , Death on Calvary t'' TT-OMeDV" by the ' -^'irLASSY tteystone : jg^omedians (JESSIE BECLr TrtE POPULAR/COMEDIENNE IN LATEST SONG , SUCCESSES WATCH FOR WEDNESDXjY'S REMARKABLE FEATURE. ' ' opening Concert Under auspices of Westminster Church in Burgman's New Hall Opposite Westminster School Program includes the. best talent in the city riorrow: Evening TUESDAY, at 8 o'clock , 1 r Fou etteri/ fear ture--No 'disappointments His Worship Mayor Hardie will pr^^ijde Admission, 25 cents Attift^ Wd^hoar the b^M^t in Lcthbridig^ ^^^^^^^ ittou' of 0 much appro The curtail ^a. imons & Co, > ' LUC ""'R'tij&lS'S-t'-'*"---- ~ " ' I'l t .riVpdlWtb'eks.ftilea ouL the reBijUs 1^ 't'BUyil^Q^TURKEy'S'POWOen- , ' .I^pdoii, - 'April,19,-;rhe 'German go\reynm*n]t haa juat/bought ]SO,tons i; Gei'jnaiiX;! of pbllgatiQtw'ffl^ me verbally, di'f whlcbj-altHiiuph'.no in such form tUatstJbe! iiold9p;oojulcl convpel payment tb^.fefer by;, my executors ibitik |li^pi&i:'to'be y in their o^n JijIdgmentiVofciAe^^^^ memoran- da bp .yerbalH^ loft by me, cr ii^m 'oliasitli'ox^^alViiey are satisfied \&sX'^^aii^Mie^V^ wish to have paid." ... V' The disg.d^^^^ tbc estate then i6llqii*f^^Si tKei being those l^or ;hls.0Wn famil|.y"^^^ beloved wife, #ranc6&;lvacy'^^^:^^ the income �for;llfe of Xifuat fuh^ ot one million doilira, Witt pOWier to dispose of the capital by will." Mi^;;;j^organ 'already entitled to �the li^pomiept-^a^^ fund created by Junius;: SpenpeT^.^^^ (Mr. Mor- gan's |fitkif|j?^3r;l(ieed, dated July 1, 'i^^i^S^f,ijp[^py\&ed. that she Js iioTi^itk)'rgceiyo-18^^^ Income of an- s^ditJiOT^ such amount ;tKa,f her^'tptai'^^^ from these two �tniBt|Mj4iria^ Income of tbe'jo^p-ffl^^ fund), amounts to ^100,000 ^ yeai^. Mrs. Morgan also recejyeis id^^^ life "Cragston," the, iMp,rgaif-r;e^^ place at Highland Falls, N.Y., .and also thc Morgan home,,; at' :iNrOii:2i'9^?Madison aveouej New: ,York /; tiity,|itbgether. with the furaituT,e,' -pajM (except fam- ily ppriradti5X>Jnt^^ houses. The tax^^an^linfl^^ upon both these pieces qt'W to be paid idnr- 'ln|;t;toe^:^|fe;^^^^^ Morgan, but by thc estate. . : ' Hfs, Children * 'Th^-.neitli:pti:d{ie^|of the will are devoted to Mr..Morgan" childTen. His Bprii �*JdJmlfE^ ji-., re- ceivfei^ |ttft,J^^^ of $3,000r 000, '::';H^0^i^::w0r\e& daughters, respectively- i^rff. Herbert L. Satterlee and^viftri.* receive ,eachithep^^^ from a. trust 'hi^^xj^^^^pix^Jvon the death ;pt\th^pftSaiigh^^ trust and. a^| cumulation ^are,t0j^ go to their .child? .reflfrj;bufei|a6ii|a^^^ la given ^pow-, ;^;tft||ii|^^^�[W^Bum Of :$3,0BO,-'0OP;;,$y|M|^^ issue' In siich B'b^r|j|'j^j|||jroj^tJop and 'on -.su'ch lawfiifei^e^Slja^e^ may think ! iro- yhiq||M^|i^^ii0ter, ' Anna � Tracy piif^X^^^iiW^iet^^eiy'es iot: life; .the ,f.^^ioip^>r^c^0^^0^di of t3,b00,5Q0' jli^kTlilK'^JlieBf^^ ' proVisibnS, hold ,^(jbd,a�,aMincu to her bldm-rsiBp I^IS^I^I^p^g^Sir ^ death.;'without 000. Mr.>'''Mof'|an(B, two aons-ln-iaw, f|s:TO|.i*4ma;^_'^^ |f|||y|o^^|||p)t)i^'" BjEiqqial,:provlalt^ i'fbr/iLls''soif*j;''p; Morgan, Jr., Is that iSi||!||3gpi^tl,.pltle .a^d-"InterestSfW ifl^tr^'aj^ll.fellow/.1^^^^ .'MWf6ioit'tan 'Museumi of "Art in; the ^aj|||$|ii^uS5KC)f ^ NatMral=^' mstorj/J-Viii; 'caiii*^lfy,' ard all similar rights in '6iffi^&r^'iH'i|itutions of like character, of ,,|^i'c8|lSmte:;,dre '� possesS'edjS tie, .trans- ppapaalfe'':' ":::'ii^'^0ipi---::'. ?h i^;j|^pI^;Mready;:;|^ /"^^ Relatives- >^ ^eterminei�:^vMchV'wouTd:iena5r4th8m ^�rm.M�''^^'^c}^ '*ptrr'raanktIv-''''aVailabie;{or'='theri^^^ provision for various relatives, UlinWe9Ple-.=^i:;ack^*6t5l;me,Ato. devd'fc^^ Oftarle.s^B.award f &''iU),W-5-s'ri>t'Btevented'me'c;arrVl(tr^y^ ^fi Income foi''lUe'^pt a trUst rpte4r;OOO,00Q, : the capitaV upcn her dfl^th.|jfQ'_ go to the tssue'Jpf Chailes y Hopp:n ; and' ^Julia) .,,, .itSei^||^ffim;||E^n' the helrkle^Kes,e?rola'' pi&^ny:;,years'^_W|a|i^ ipS^qldfjIfaiia/fbr '[j^^^|Sifs;>I^o and JiTrs'jW^fee^'o];^ I New Vork, April 10.-"I ' commlli? i,;ny soul into the bands of my Saviour, m full, confidence that having redeemed It and -washed it in his most, precious: blood, he will present it' faultless before the throne of my heavenly father ; and I cntieat my children to maintain and defend at alLhazard and at any cost of person-. ;al'sacrifice, that blessed doctrine of the. complete etonemDnt for sm through the blood ot Jesus Christ, and through that alonie." 'rhls is the extraordinary and strik-:ing .utterance which begms the !asit will" and testament o! John Pierpbnt Morgan, who died at Rome on March 31, last. : Ever since the funeral the publication of the great 1 financier's last will hasbeen awaited with keen expectation. As to the amount of the estate, there IS nothing in the will to give'any accurate idea, and no state-ment,will be niade on this point until the appraisal has been made � for determming the state inheritance 'tax.:,The am'ounti � of bequests 'and trusts,,named; by specific sums; is un-ider twenty imilllon'.dollars; but the entire residue otthe estate is lott.to ,J.,;P.:,Morgan,--jr/,;who is desigwated byhis father to become the"' TcHiel heir, not only of his fortune, but vtb ihis;:manjv; charitable: and. artistic activities. 'The = {locument is 'Unusual in = many ,ofits;;featureS,:and,,according tojtwo or -'three vintiraate,,friends . who ..have had a glimpse or it, it, is a portrait of Mr. Morgan' himself,. beginning fwith-the-striking:.contess(ion ;� of his religious 'iaifch;"�lnd?:runniijg.,ithrough all its; thirtyrsoveu:iar-tioles.._dulr.:9et Jorth';1n; the'saroejloglcal; ahd^;wderly:; fashion ivhich marked all Mr.- Mor-r gan'S mental processes He had apparently prpyidcd , .\y'lih ^ painstaKing; :carofor:'every contingency that;;tnight apect;;his.,family, Qii;his,banking:.:firrii, and tQ his executors, namely^,] his name, John Pierpont"Morgan,Jr., bis[j two sons-in-la\/,' \Vm Pierson/'Ham-' lltbn.' and. H. ,L. Satterlee,.,a^d^LhiSj friend ,:;Lewis.Gasse;I,cdyar^dj.;lje-.^yes.' careful .directions undertpianj^; idlaUses? as't^fialteiinate courses:Df:proeftdure;,i I,t is 'U be pplied also ,his grandson, '^uniu^ Spenceij Morgan, a yp.ung mah! of on!}' 21 year's; now at Haryatd, is repbatedly,'nanied'-Ho':;take':iit>*iiiaf�6^t-. ,"flint '^duties, in:the .'event 'of, the-'deiTt'h' of- his father,; John Pierpont; Morgan, jiy-""'" � ����................ ' Hie'Art Treasures r.^^A,Vquestion,-^requcafly,. asVed.'.tJias iJcen;' as' to 'the 'dispositioif"' 'or, Mr;; 'Mbrgah's wonderful (Jbllectiori of pic-" tuir^s and other /art, treasures .Mr . Morgan "makes I perfectly plain y what: his'hopes .on ,this-point ^ have, besn,, �Uid,y�!t leaves 'his spn{e4tltVfneedom: in,'thee�matter,using!' the, fbllpwm^-significant' language": ' J "l'"linvp hconteredl Hl^KMvfeVv/esl;^,'j.l.9$ v 100 � I �1 oSb."Hytise Rbett r:cefv?8fan'annual^ laV'betjuests ai;Q a^fgUo^^^; � ^ijiss Mary G mU^n^.^qi^Ut^; llfo income bf^f$^|j0p,^ iP,et>faito ' 8 12 Tftta l3tirStr9�'t'">'Noitb> ,'^1 SS25D0Cfaeh VI SO-  I 3 lof tiiaei NoiLh i; $dOO aacl*-Terms ' HOUSES TO-RENT The Dov^siey Mulhern^ .ShERUpOK BUILOING. 7^h St,^ ' ni, ] 1 to C eel I � Msejpiuy foi ]^ > l,na u I 11 ' i^, ^> WILL EMULATE ^^'^^ � ^ Jlonie,''April''19 -^Tjjp otfBinjpt^,;pt' It* Ian /fmln i h ai Li^^'lSiy'^^^tarj chfcPa Ppili.ine w il j �dmi.'%'"1^0.ti lion [> Pii niQ O >i1j I'fislclijgjft'ij tjie yolo qnljBB this' po^hlojtilSi'co'nJ Elderei i.w'.ibJ Ih * moDr'promisi^ �tQ >!i',t# i^evltailzatloar.'^of. "The ' Lady'^of. bJeatedrba:;t : The;iifebtopmafehlldrifl eSpeiSia od. The scenes of ,this / spectacular feature''are'lild' In-New^MoxJco'Mhe � ture, and everyone's metnory will bpVrc'el^Broaohp-productloi^ over refreshed by watching a p-roductlbn' '-- '-- - which the Bijou mUnafeeinpnt hive obtained at conpideralile expense.' The prices will Remain the same,' Adults' 15o; � children 10c;' -tfoitea ^25(3.' '. 0 /; Alwayas first wlth^ th6, ve>yibesl,j-a reniarkable > deteotlvo atoyy . entitlfed, "The Exposure of Land Swindlers," intrcduclnfe that great Amerltan: ,a^-: teotive' "William J. ^Burnl,'' ,has bei'a secured and will be eKhlblUl? at, an early date. Il^tlch for  |ug;h,9fkn-, nountements ,A' guliran>bea\ even- ing's amuaement-ls -always a^^urtji those'who!visit the-BljEfji,'!, ^ \ J "The Iconoclast" Wt^S^a"^lSi3a.To|Sx,^ >ThB featu-re attractidn/pn-.thB^-newi 1 whol?-, iB-rthe, gre[M^l^'aiid;-tax^b r^nCrtif ^'^^^-�'n�x The.^ikooi/childfeft especially will pro-am .at'Stariand. today^.wllW^^^^ campaignAtq find /^dMgt.Ju^thls excellent fea- "The ^^!>^�fff^f;y^^2^^Tl\^^i^fj^^^^^ >v thier .'li&l^, and, Jls an (idmirablibViJliptatiQiil 'tff'- siv '^TV'aUor Sc(n/e?i�em,^Vvrh!oi llftdy'^* �t^e J.lie Livei^piip i' con-�^eralint -^Ith. Urn nIsfoilOdl.! I'mpbt in| �'^fiioliyh)|j'--poem'' s bn\^d." .and' *y}| .'doil^ilttBjQoK 101 vaid^-Wlfn pleaauie iWr'4t^tia;(!leitloii,�in;mpilDn ploturft. � . lit'^lst^nttl.iB iJionunipntpto t M^f^'-^: ^^^^^iiifevilli f ft "Features ofth'e'WliSk.', P m m 2314 312664 ;