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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta __________ ____________ :s, is Mr. LefGngwell M. P. P. Says the Rural Municipalities arc Working Out Well THE NEW POLICE COMMISSION iQIO IM iDlu ouuUf In I f TLJDDinn i Limumuu MH'T HAVE OIS mmo UHI1 1 Mayor McNamara of litlmon ton Dismisses Chief of Po- lice Carpenter HAIL INSURANCE Also Feels Confident the New Act Will Greatly Benefit the Province "liural municipalities are iho fines: tlial evc-r liappeatO. and LANCEY AGAIN Ciiicf for llie Third posed Official Asks (or an Invest.galion Chief oi 1'o'itc Silas H. Catpfnteri 1 Ironi oflice and at 8 o'clock he Ioini-1 ally vacated the pc-silion lias held for fifteen lounlhs. A. 0. I.au-cy, ivlio i Dominion Securities Are verlising Them at Advance Joints Thi-y v.-en- October ;it Tiip lire.-U'nt points higher lhan Ihe i.ricc received the Minister Informs W. A. Buchan- an That B.ood Reserve to Big Interests NATURAL GAS EJm-Kittiu. Feb. 2.-Ky ttvr narrow najuriiy of Huff voles to two, the fjnners ihe Warner district :it'eitv ccn.iuiisEior.cis late this alter-, K-ast sre'tniphty they formed noon decided to summarily dismiss THINKS LONG-MOOTED GEORGIAN LORD ABERDEEN APPOINTS MISS une." This is tJie opinion of K, S. veil, M.IMV. for the constit- uency. Tlu [3 also vt the opinion tho Hall Insurance Acl will prove BAY-OTTAWA RIVER ROUTE PAY DIVIDENDS SARAH PURSER GOVERNOR NATIONAL GALLERY -i-'Unab'e lo Stop its Export-; Doing (or ihe Homesteaders s an'-t iiialuiilitf'lly very and says the fanners pleased'over (ho v.ny it has tx-eii liroisght-Inlu effect. "Some of iht first setlleis in tiie district." sild he, {he appointment 'liavo not retfivertJ yet from their rarly losses iiail aid ilfeiiiissiil is the outcome of the toart bcesi in forco ieara campaign acainst Chid for ihe cily, and who wurkca- A hard for Mayor McNunnra's Candida-' Perks, ulm has made overtures Dublin, Keb. yaran Purser u-as today appointed governor and lure at Hie receut election, lias hcca lo the Canadian government concern- aiipointe'l aclitig clMCi upon UDdijr- {hc The wit-Da standing that, the appointment be permanent it he makes .before, the Society of Aits today, saicl to that oi inittec o: t'ie 1 Mint the construction of such a British .Museum, and i3 of ihe which had been the ilreafci of Canad-1 inip0rlant tjJt uritisb art suanv of belli a better 110. cWKeS WOrl'J- -MiSS Purser ?as an Mtloi. flhanvially today. They ara in- madj! tliat poiicirB of ?hc cwliiiy. would ProbaW> honorarj. of thf! ihUcr- eared i.bX an-1 son1C of them du not cily hlis Leen ilieir.cicnt and Ihe melh- years locoini-letc. Tne cost t Academy. tvcn kr.ow that they are insured. various police departments be rosi Is so nominal, thai they "111 .1iavc coine itl (Or severe criti- f r nada for th" liardly nollco II. and If a hall storm ;cism. Last year's civic ail minis! r a- trie V1 a l n Should come MODE and them-tiou, uniler Mayor Short, slcadiaslly lasl forty years to us hl fcrea I pub he O.il, tUev will have to pay for'jefaseil in inlcrlere on the Rround works. 1 He net return afUp dtdi.cl Ibb iAtltlUE in of another crop. This ilial Chief Carpenter was the best ing wrtiug nould be 4., the nhn of tbo act. anil if they 'chief of police the cily rvrr haij. fare to. they may take out additional jThc defeat o( Major Short, however. iniurancc with a prtvato concern." Know t BusTnesft Eed JOr. Lcfdngvrell attributes tbe suc- ol the municipality to tbc fact !hat there is no ouo ciutte so able o Ills own as tlio farmer. Wlir-n'a.dfsjliici feiusea to organize A mral municipality, .ho'thinks it Is a fotlectlon oil the ability ol those fusing tu'cidclenlly handle own thai tho act L'nder the act, t.ixes for nil the Tneir wor ovrn the r.eatlB. build their schools, and do many other things which greatly bone- j Ihe Warner muni- by J. McXamara, who during his campaign Ijaii sleatUastly oppoiied Chiel imvcil the way for swrrplng cnaiiges and as a result the ci7ic axe was uiehled. tonight. Ai soon as Chief Caipentcc Lecauie awncc ol plsr.s for his dismissal at iht end of last-v.-eck, he sent A let- ter to ihe iromnmsiouertf 'asking for a judfrial inveylisalion, but {his re- quest ivas t'uttly reiuseil. At llie com- [ComralssLoiier Hanison strongly pro- may leiy ,or nn (pslcd ains, ,rk. They may ftmld their CWe, Cal.ppnlcr da anrt. bridges, eilenmnale inicrfereuce and his staff had loyal lo him. He was sup- by Ccimiiissioncr Chalmers, lie- anit-unt of thi- aLout thai .-t.iJids to OM thi' doal. TL.o faci that l.etl-ijiidKe urr heing Torunio Kmrha at sy.41. is (uuvfyf'il in an advertise-; rneiit of tlic Domitrinu Seruritie? r said, to offer a arice would require tbn city to 61i per cent, for tbe The citv sees in sight much cheaper aud it IP hardly likeiy "lives" will ever be sold again than ?'X rrjilifb [rjiiure of first day in" ihe Coin whicii. hron pJHi.k "V during two. cirb.ilP in pro i jutt ninr IPSS tlLaii-.iOu least iirr vein tliem ttcie- so that fir Or.l.. 1. our.ty Ii by re.sl NT K. rouUliurst, ui Uri'lte- hurg. dejiuiy reluruhiE olVu-er in tbe- Canaila Art .v.-hosr ballot rerin.ed late and gave a U.e ojipositioti w hfttnig. inrtc crop ci 17 Iruni U'.c ujjuppuiw molmns and- virre he save out. lo itefM adopted as twi sppator couW tl-o Caiaib Tcri.ppr.muj Ait by a nia- llflT1E vraaii-allv no inrilv oi six. Hail oi W.uuy was tiaiurd Coul-i lLt: thurst e.irly this niorn-Lifi. Mr. Ctml- of Ihrrt- were th'jrsl will appear ternoon. hecn answei- tl.e !to use to ONC hur.drfj motions lor i iuKTm.itira o! -lartmis snris tor UI-.O.C a "urabcr- soon sprang up on refolmion moved by Mr. in tlir opiuion o! Uic- VICTIM OF QUEBEC BRIBERY SCANDAL IS UNCONSCIOUS IS FEARED on coarse- action. "It is the liislwr up thai we arc declare Mr. uirtUr this "There was .-rookc.1 and Mr, 'Cbu 'irav he the scarccoat WHITNEY MUCH IMPROVED: (Juehcc, Feb. oi the sadficst features ol the- bribery scandal-now ncrupying-the lloer in tlir islatixre lo tt.e r.vclusioti oi uH other [interests is the complete lirriikduivn -i. t.on. Onl Kcb 3-The nrst1 coded in Moiitrral ,ind.carric.l-oiil hy ministerial caucus oi'lhi wssioii was an imscnipnlous hcM this morning and was largely at- poUCcal tended by supporters Ihe govern- Siftce the exposure, end the ROSS HAD RESTLESS NIGHT I Toronto, Feb. 3. Sir James Whitney had a very good night and is resting quietly. His con. dition is very much improved. Geo. Ross had a restless night and his condition shows no improvement this morning. tiif1 govcrnmriit.11 Mr. ItuehAiiun was tolit hy the llinjatcr of the Inleiior liiat had hcen request- ed to cancc! payments dut 'lire in Albcrij. matter jur.dcr furtSidevation, Sic fras loli. 'He was also lhal the Icasc-oS .IILood Indian reserve had bcrni ienipornrily citfridcd tu ihe fpnhcrj 'IcsscfS, the UciuaM .Mi-Krqwn The request had been inatlp by Wt-" lor the privilege or liL 'this reserve, htit tti dcfiiiite aciion -Iliad j'tl been 'r -Mr. afso -ist-rrd was' avrare it was proposed1 BY to pipe natural irora Alberta tu S.SAskau-hewan'- Dr. lioci.c said thai. representations had bcfii made, iu his r rltpartniftil t'uat such had CUief SKfltcm ui the police sovpnwnciil V.aJ been. jiiicnt. lecciu-d a temporary rnrnfal asked to prevent tliis, but there IS n HIM i NOT LIKE CALGARY HE WAS APPOINTED i PYLA'W scandalous on rspoltaliiiii of ;irnis to ico. A proolauintinn under an- j rongrcssioiial and (heir mills nnt ivorHng coinmodiosis 'nil lime ate nrjl (ire tl.e volume cf orrtcrf; from jutsl'tti'. Hid rovple. ot yVars j teen for ago "liicy are Mr. will inorr; from iliP. hotel lo A fine new- rcBldom-e Tho annual .eo wiis Ironi tlic blaring Salvation Army icncincnl on ITInre IVilliain and Wn- oMhc rongressional rfsolii. I an "r M-mv oMIie. o-hcr -ven- 'lion ol 1913 which reslore. thr.'. Is-live loclncis 'who were lorre.l lo'slaUis ol HIP arms nwnlim nhcrr a Miiall lutfign banking at least tic in siiflercd titilli Iliiftla (OKPS aiiil HIP (.'onstitu- linnie iti .Moorfcalc sited, siispenileil am! 1 1 That is result con- think it may hoar CayttKa, Ont., recount in tito toto laVen in connection vith llip. effort lo [jays tlio Canada Tcmpemicc fs Au. lip.iter as thcKtott Act. has reunited in a defeat for (lie temperance forces. Tiio recount took place j-pHenhiy anil when H was over Iho act ivas in a minority of ?iv votes. ff uork, ivltli f.- cuu. ponnj to last for sixty tlavs. lint st'SPlon coulrl In- c.ili- eil, If necessary. PHILADELPHIA HAS THB6ATENING FIHE 1'hilailelplila, Pa., Kcb.