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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DECEMIiEK 1C, 1013 THE I.ETHURIDfiE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE 10 tiOSPIl On Occusion of Gait Hospital Passing Into Complete Po- ssession of the City AVilh tlie pacing of 1013, tl.O Uall Ilosi'Elal lassfA out of tho bauds of a. board, of uuJ becomes ihu jirojjcrty of tlic city of l.tthbriiiBO us f gift from the fomideii o[ tho i-Ily. The city thus becomes Hie owflL-r ul R some the wily stipulation bc-Ins Uio muni- cipality shall look alter Its mainU-u-j mice, ll will he governed by a board of control appointed by the commis- sioners. In view of the donation of the In- stitution lo (is ;i jjlft, the council open council yesterday passed the followiug mo- tion: "That Uiis council as represoiitlng tlio City of desires lo ejt- liress Its appreciation of tlie gcaer- o-iiy Lind philanthropic spirit shown, liy the lale Sir Mexiimler (3ult and Klliotl T. Gait, in and about vreclioii, equipment aud endowment of Uio Call Hospital whereby the City of Lethbridge iiou-'iiuEsesEcs. al com- paratively slight cost to itself, a lies- jtital welt worthy of that city, tho en doirment cf which renders Its main- tenance a burden to Its citi- The endowment fund amounts to v.-hich is invested fcy Hoyal Trust Co., the interest being BEFORE EXPEDITION LEFT .CIV- ILIZATION EXPLORER'S AUTHORITY WAS QUESTIONED Ottawa, Oec. II is feared In i oflLcial quarters at Ottawa lhat Stcf- missDii nmy Ills exyedUIon Tor a very long time. It is thought that the men on the ship may not take Uio trouble to loofc up their nominal loM- er until they have pretty well com- j pleted tho work which. Hie expedition set out to accomplish. There was trouble party be- fore it got out of touch with civilisa- tion. It developed early lhat tlie views of Stefanssoti did not coincide with tho views of some oE llio men be nvas obliged to take with him. ;i After leaving Vancouver and before '.'Alaska was reached, there developed disposition tii challenge the author- ity of Slefnnsson in all matters. Ob- jection was made to expedition :ing called tbo l'Slcfnns5on exj The party'consisted chiefly of KcEenllats nnd specialists, and'sonio of tliem were reported to he us and Jealous as grand opera slara. ItefansEon Iiarl planned to live off the country with lifs rifle as be had clone before, believing that Iho only way a man in'tlic uorlh can keep bis health was by living as the jativca do. Other members of tho party did nol relteli tills prospect of living on blubber, ami they insisted lint more prepared provisions be ob incd. Slctamson had lo lo Ihe itoriii and jiurcliaso prepared food to go quantities in. the Alaskan towns -ueli as Nome. In fact, he had to ob ain nit additional vessel to carry lh is only twelve veloptuenl already mado TS ?nfI3cient ,-pr Iho oncratinn of fifty rooms up (lie pitch, nnd it has hccn decide.! to recced with iho openini; of rooms, al mice, so as lo have at least Ihirly roorr.3 working Ihc day Ito railway jWill the The clevoloi'ment vcrk alone has prc'iliiccd tons of coal, which now ready to ehip on .the dump. Tim Cnn.irlFan N'crthern Halt- way has secured n. l.ugo coalract for this coal, and 11 is probable Hint dur- ing tho first few Thontlis no coal bn available for oilier consumers, 1- oporation? on Irfo tonnsile of wtii start al the? nnri of .hHv.iary. Messrs. Baird.R McKcnzie of Red I'cer liavo tonlraclcd for the cTcclinn of fifty honsrs and five ottirr liuildingfj anil guarantees thn comi-lc- lion of ibM COT tract on Mny 1, j "iVhen fully ilovtloiied t'rc Iwo mint's I'ncfw opened will 'employ men. NO DANCING IN., THIS SCHOOL PLANS OF THE CENTRAL RAILWAY Pendant D'Oriclle, Dei-. ors been t''-e rounds in this vicinity that the trustees of sjlioo! dislrict Xo. -W.G were aiioal to issue order forbidding {faticin? in tlic new Bchcol liousu, but the order did not nuke its appearance uultl a party oE young people had already had a dance in tiie building. On the uight of December 2nd.vyonl was passed quietly around tliat ihe daucp would take plane. A large and py cro'.vil nltenrled, but. unforlun- alcly some were not acquainted vilh the road, stopped to inquire the way from a farmer by tho uaysiile. who turjictl put lo be one. of.tlie trustees. Ho directed to the school, llicn went out jitirl rounded up the ctber and logether they em- barked, to the scene of action. They lurncd r.ll Uie revellers out tn the cold aud issued the order oil the spot lo tiie effect thai indulgence in the .was henceforth and forever forbidden. Tiie building was fcund locked up- on the arrival of the dtucers. but all managed to cct in by climbing up on a cont-sbcd roof, anil thence into Die school room via :i Dec. Central Kail. ay Company o' Canada loday re- solved lo roiire the existing; bonds, replacing them by a new ing Ihe whole main line hctveen Uon- treal and Midhnd. c. Arm- strong, cx-pre.sident, lold the boiij s Unit the railway 'was now ne- gotiating ivith an important shipping company, whEch to put a line of sleainors en the Great Lslies from Monlreal to nritisli ports.; Xe- ;otiations also arc proceeding, lie a neiv railway from Montre- al to the north. The Canadian bond- holders, .Mr. Aruislrong added, had never nlleinuted to soil their boldings, as they had every confidence in the company's future. PREMIER HOLDS OUT TH R OLIVE a this may show ttie of Klsicr aini ils proportion (o the viiolo territory of Iro- Irtnd. tVomicr Jias announced wiilingness tiic Government lo u measure of compromtse tn-lifster's behalf. Hindus nl Vaisccmvcr and Victoria say they wilj return to' India with "llamea in their hearts" to demand justice from Canada, latid Is lo get :i new armory next COWAN'S SOLID CHOCOLATE. MAPLE-BUDS Great for gfltet for everybody. DEATH OF AUTHOR OF HINDLE Singfc Flay Brought Newspaper Re- pcrtcr Fame and Fortune London, Ifou ttti, tho >oung Manchester newspa rei'ortcr wlio two yc-ars aRo to find himself and wealt Ihrough hli draina "lltntlio loday, by hh sutlUen death, added Ihe final tragedy to his trlff career, Mr. Ilonuhtciii diet! al bis' homo Tn tlic presence cf his he ait- broken fiancee, llougntoii hr.d j ryntly been enjoying a tjolEilay lu Haly overwork. Ilo rnftdc over a linnJrc.1 Ihonsind f roiniili! In twoj'cara by hla j'Tsy "IHn-! uir; rcHonlng Ihe of whirli fho'yoniiftCr ficnoratfon all the fancy froe critics unnnimciisly lircjlcled tliat he POOJI be the of Uriliah plnyrtTlghU. WINNIPEG BYLAWS Winnipeg, Man., Dec. re- sults of- Ihe bylaw voting show thai former Tower extension, isola- tion JiospHal, public lavatories, fire stations ond schools. Those defeat- ed Parks, Klnuvoou incinerator, general lioaptta] and coutroller refer- endum. Kecoiid time in a the v.'indou" S. Kuowltnn's jewel- ry shop at has been brok- en CVHU" taken. One ,of the Alfist WhiilRHoiiK; of lii'.vi'i'ajjc's.- Vvcsfoni Caiiitdu's most iiojMilui' 'I'oa, You try Send tfiis Ailvcrtisemsnt with 25 cents to Blue Ribbon, Limited Winnipeg, for tlie Blue Ribbon Cook Book. The best cook book for use in Canaan. Write na'rnr ard" address ;