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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUMI; vi. 'J'WKNTV PAGES E. J. Cook Lost 131, Sup Owner of Dogs in the Court .Sheep killing, supposedly by dogs is the latest offence confronting lite Mounted Police nuthoritics. Late yes- terday afternoon before Inspector al the police barracks Ring Wo, familiarly known as a m-arket gard- ener in the city, appeared on the charge of allowing his two dogs to kill 131 sheep belonging to B. J. Cook, n farmer, whose place is only two miles cast of the Chinaman's lo- cation, just south of the city. It seems that tiie other evening there was a light tall of snow, which en- abled Mr. Cook and others to trace tin: tracks of dogs lo Ilinj Wo's place, from where the sheep were dis- covered. .Several oi the animals were worrieel lo death, but the majority evidently had died from suffocation as the result of crowding together when the dogs were at their brutal work chewing [he 'cithers. At the hearing before Inspector West yester- day llr. Cook testified as to file con- dition in which lie found the and an to detecting the tracks of the dogs to Hiiig Wo's place. The case was remanded for eight days. Killing at Experimental Farm At the Experimental: Kami last night three sheep were killed. The HOPELESS FOR CANADIAN CATTLE Alberta- fritiinlit.y, PRICED-FIVE GENTS WILL BE FACULTIES IN LAW, PHILOSOPHY AND COLONIAL SCIENUE Number 10 London, Dee. Asquith has informed a quos- tloner that legislation regard- ItiK the admission of Canadian Btore cattle is not practical a! present. Hamburg, Dec. The, senate has adopted the proposal to found three nd Col- onial .Science. They are. 'to sup- university here consisting oi Law, Philosophy an to Vtc- oria Station, it was led by a squa- ron of the Horse Gnards in bright least plates, helmets and long, lumes with great scarlet clones uveloping horse and man The band of the Scots Ouard followed and be- for the past feu' weeks has ..been hind them working at double pressure to fur- "ho alternated with d I other .musicians in .playing dirges I Then came the casket which wi cans: the pipers of the the nish gold coins, for which the -Mr. Grace was compelled to make a speech, and made .the announcement that though he was severing his con- nection with the. company at the end of the year he would remain in Med- icine Hat. .The toast to the live stock industry was responded to by Hon. W. R. Motb- erwell and H. C. McJInllcn in cxccl- ent addressee. Transportation was the subject of speeches by .Supt. Price and F. E. Trautman, assistant to Vlee-President Bury. .The latter dent Bury was recommending to the Board of Directors .that they make this appropriations for 700 .miles of ranch lines, over 250 miles of double 100 miles ot sidings, besides lecessary terminal facilities, stations tc. He said also1 "that Mr. llury pro- osed to purchase sufficient passenger have been abnormal the cause to the growing habit of -spend- ing money. i t-ullll; LUC CclSnell WHICH mand is stated to he greater than at followed by. a battalion oi Scots any previous Christmas. Bankers Guards wearing their beaiikms, head agree that withdrawals of deposits dresses and carrying their rifles re- versed.. At the same time a battery of horse artillery stationed on the par- ground in St.'.James Park flred "Saving is a lost art.'V said ons 'a salute of nineteen, guns. The route today. "Everybody considers a duty procession was kept clear bv -----J lines of m The only mourner who accompanied coffin was Corporal Donovan, A tisil pensioner from Chelsea sovereign or a half sovereign' had been in Whitelaw j to spend. A man's earning. capacity "lines of mounted police remains unimpaired much longer .to-. day than formerly and so long as a man is making inonej lie will spend seems lo he no longer regsrtletl with PILE CALGARY COUNCIL FAVORS SEEK. ING POWER TO ISSUE 50. YEAR DEBENTURES en-ice equipment this year for wes- j tcrs thai will come betor service that would require em- loyinent of 800 men. c" al lts regular nlielini The toast to the City of Medicine at was honored by Mayor Spencer in a speech in which be refuted criti- cisms made of tbe way Medicine Mai: was getting industries. He said the industries secured during the year had cost the city only J75.000. I W. A. Buchanan, 5LP., whose train was fifteen hours late, arrived I before the banquet closed, and Calgary, tec. of the mat-' ire the coun Monthu night is the proposal 10 alter the just in j a brief but eloquent address respond- ed to .the toast to Canada. He e.x-- I pressed the opinion that every mem- her of the house desired to Canada a part of the British tfm- Pirc and to instill iu every newdti- zen a heartfelt devotion to c.'an.vhi and the .Mother Country, and it j.: the duty of city" to help ac- j complish tins purpose. city charter to allow of the issuing dirge, of 50-year debentures in connection Tlle Reid's service He marched ditectly behind the coffin A guard ot honoi drawn up inside Victoria Station presented aims ai the coffin was brought in Gathered inside the depot were' Major-Gencial Mired B Ood- rtngton, the commander of the Lon- don district with his staff, tho mem- of the Vmencan embassy ana Consulate-General, aged war veterans beanng flags, Ogder, Mills Reid, loin, Ward, the Earl of Oran- aid and a group oi residents All stood uncovered while the coffin was placed on the catafalque in the pur- ple draped car on the sp-o al train 1 he hand 01 the Scots Guards plaj ed "Abide With and as the train drew out of the station the gtiaid of honor presented arms and tbe pipers plajed "The Flowers of the a moving Highland stalls o! the American with the purchase oi land and the bassy Consulate-General travel- erection of first'class buildings' and 'ec) on lne tra'n to Portsmouth where the coffin will be placed on board the British armored cruiser 1 which ii to take H to New York. Mrs. Whitelaw Reid, Ogden Mills Reid, and his wife departed today at noon the boat train to Liverpool where they embarked on board the Carmania for New York A lew tn- tiirate friends gathered at the ita- tion to hid them farewell. concrete structures. There doubt that the city has been greatly handicapped in its'short financial life by having to pay off many. remuner- ative outlays in such n short time as 25 or 30 years, and with the soundness oi behind the city the present day ratepayers should not he called upon to find .such -heavy payments for such rapidly increasing in value properties. Posterity bene- fits, but everyone likes- to be partici- pating a little today, and that is how the finance committee of the city council views it. LUE BOOK SHOWING AMOUNTS I Workmen Overcome With the Gas PAID OUT TO WORKMEN FOR YEAR until Token on Warship Portsmouth, Dec. naval honors were paid to the body the. late Ambassador Reid on its arrival nt. this port this afternoon. Admiral ...Jworth Mem, the commander of the port, and air the high naral officers stationed here were present at the station when the train drew in. As it halted at the platform-Nel- son s flagship the Victorj, ared .1, salute of nineteen-tninute guns The coffin was borne across the icttj on noiyn larniors, Walter, Joseph and Wisconsin State punitentiary at Wau- Belief that tbe trio may be the "an- tomobilo bamlils." w'ho for weeks have terrorized Chicagoans 'with hold- IS FEET IN THREE YEARS TO ERECT IT docks, constructional work and ship- in hospital suf- ,wcre out "K Pine. IMiywcinns ivorc called, nnj The total amnunt paid in working over them for some sation under the act was S3 O.ili 101 is doubt thirty minutes tbry were, partially increase on the sum itllat l'n11 Hirough. _ revived .mil 'removed in the ainbiii- When costs, legal and paid in inui. medical arc iiicluded, the total charge amounts In Tbe coming under the act is Tbe accident; happened last night, j ancc to the liospilal. at tiie Western Supply and Equip- j Mr. King, manager of tbe local inent company's warehouse on -Hh. branch of the Supply C'o., lias maKle Reese and Conners were working in complaint to the chief of'police. He while iiuml-er of 'llle installing new liurners in claims th.lt toe patrolman on 'that eluded in tbe irroups is The llu' lloilecs U'c llCat. 'mil he. tried the doors of the ivcragc per head for persons 7 llc old burners had been fotind buihiing as he is required to do ployed in the whole of the. industries 'lWccUvc' "8" i 1wollll) ''avi- found the door of the light ed -o Santa Claus Fund in order (o give the burners a thor- and clothing for little ones road and railroad bridge, but tho idea scions this forenoo noon, overruled tbe objections four employed at a nort Alter the burners had been lighted, to give tbe two men sat down wait until ble. prohibitive cost, and the bridse which for Macdonald, and dis- i puscd of all formal nrelilnina-r.v nbjee. iindiss aid lo have Riven important in. tree, busy Santa would miss. Previously acknowledged Canadian (infer of Chosen Friends Mrs. llflwig's --At Xewsbnys c- K I'l rmnlio d: of llUi men under nrresi previoii lo thf lilsi-dvi'i-y (if body. poriiini brnnk in tlm inink road vcnlnnt, lo j would bavo bev.u t'Uuilmitorl liiniiui tions. Another judgment will hi. dollv. n vvlll -oiinsi'l in hi-ur the pre. but was unable clear tKcminl of the trou- AceorilinR- to Irs stoiy they vvnuld steam up. Hccom- left fin: building in l.hi> in ing sonicwluil drou-sy, it is believed, 'out and get somrthinR "to rat" "lli- tbey ilid not nolice tln.it. the. draft says tbev did not return. was nut fiiinicic-nt to carry oil' the fumes. These escaped Uirnuiih Hie arj trial 01 bamilclUi U.e men weir hut (.he lacl thai Uli'.y wrc. I'.HUII! dvorroii'-1 in hji-i'mt'Ht. ilii-i hcur on I Mnu-iiU'iif. THIS IS IMPORTANT There secmE to be an impreg- sion that the .people who have In- stalled natural gas as a menns of heading their houses and business places are not sufficiently allve to the fact that a permit is necessary from tire insurance companies In order to keep the policies valid. While some lawyers think the poli- cies would hold good, there is no doubt thai a keen legal fight would be necessary to establish the claim in the event of fire, and j as it only takes a few minutes to j j take the policy to the local agent 1 and have the necessary permit at- tached, thst is much the easiest and safest course to follow. The main fact to pet into the mind is that the insurance companies re- quire that a permit be obtained, and that any local agent has the authority to attach the permit. I If you are burning natural gas, I loise no time in protecting your fire insurance. ;