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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, February 8,1913. THE It A11, Y HEKAXD Page 7 Tl latest patterns. N" >'cyi.of,a,;Can-: atl.ian navy.1 He dealare'd "tftat" the Question -should not be-definitely disposed of until the "West has been giv-ei> inrr^ased representation; Mr.- Martin also mcatou mat lie would not be opposed to th_ matter being referred to the.-people in a plebiscite. . -� ' .- - � V Mr. Lanctol, Liberal member for La Prairie-Napierville, was the on}y other speaker. He 'was opposed'"to'a contri-bunion, and favored, the Canadian navy idea. ' ' The- House ros-e at 11.45, the adjournment of the debate being moved by Hon. Rodolphe Lemieux. UP fiR MACLEOD INVESTORS MAKING BIG RETURNS-HAVE SOLVED GAS PROBLEM LOSS WAS $226,000 Peoria, Ills., Feb. 7.-Damage . estimated by President Bartholomew, aj $225,000 was done today-by fire which destroyed the wheel Tiouae,^ grinding house, steel room and hiaokein^h shop of the Avery ManfuaatuHng: Co. Ellfty men crawled out on-their bands and knees. .Only one was- injured: GRAND TRUNK, ANNUAL London, Feb. 7.-The 0-rand Trunk railways annual financial i statement shows a net surplus ,of v ; $2,876,750, against $2,334,500 for. the previous year, allowing for a dividend,' of two ^nd one-half per cent r on- the third preference shares.  - Macleod, Feb. 6.-Real estate is on the move again, several changes tak- '"6 l'*"V.v. �i, 0Ww� ---- ...... were sold in 1911 for $150, are exchanging freely at $500 and $600. Inside property is. in demand. . . The cups offered by the provincial government for the coming provincial seed fair are very fine ones, ap.d some of these have been- in this district for some time. Farmers are selecting their grain so that the cups and prizes will not leave the Macleod district. W. I-I. Atkins has let the contract for the building of his hotel. The ad- -dition will be 33x84, and three storeys in height. It should-be ready oy the 1st of June. The University Extension lecture; given by Prof. Dr. Allen on Geology, was well attended. The S. O. E. smoker on Monday night was the beat of the season, at least that is the opinion expressed by those who were honored by an invitation. This society has many musicians in their membership, who are capable of giving an evening's enter.-.; tainment. Pfiano solos by Town Env. gineer Altham 'we're 'much appreciated. ' * . .� .. In the District Court .on Wednesday. the shooting affair that occurred -in Coleman was talked over before the judge, and was postponed until Mon-: day next. . Engineer Altham's report/on the-gaB as fuel, is all thai-could be desired. Three boilers have now had the,: gas Installed, and ure giving good sat, iBifactlon, and will make a-iaaVlb'g 'over the coal burning of over $300.00 per month. , �>�:.. Thep. there is the saving of extra labor 'and wages of men. 'The instal--^ lation: is made dn such a way that should the gas stop, or be shut off for any .reason, all can be-removed^ and coal fires built in ten minutes. ;>J... rri-o niMimij -i7v� now..D^epaiHniEw�:� bylaw, and may appoint one of their members to look after this >linc - of', work, or It may be given to a proper committee to superintend. NO SEAT NO FARE L BE THE E Chicago, Feb. 7.-It was learned, today in connection, with,.the iiitfo;-': duction of a "no-sea^no-Iaie" ordiji-i ^ince, that 3,000,000' persons, annujjlljff qualify as "stra_>-hangors"- 'in ,- this;, city. ' ' This is 'at the rate o! 100,000 eaoh; day, of whom 76,000 regularly -dot^: go the luxury of seats during the rush* hours. '' It is calculated that the � entqreev:, meat of such an ordinance would co.st the stree't car companies $1,500,00,0 a year. It is declared that 4 jbo\ enough cars,could be run into-- tjie business Quarter during .rush 'hourptb* ascomniodate all pASsengers' vrttlf seats. . 'i '(w?1 s �4 the fame of the "springboks' will le$S; 4 "'Hi The. London Telegraph^says: In true Imperial sport there can be no bitterness in defeat, and nobody grudges the South African rugby footballers the triumph they achieved at Twickenham when they beat England by- nine points to thi _e. Diverted of the purely technical details of the game, which appeals too intimately to the sport-loving thousands of both hemispheres, this result represents a great deal to our fellow rnembers of the Empire; Other colonial teams have preceded thera on (tours in the British Isles but none like the present "Springboks'' have escaped defeat'in their International matches. Six years : ago South 'Africa sent1 over a great team but it bowed the; knee-to. Scotland and could only draw with England. A Record The side which has just finished Us tour po far as,:we- are qonqerned hplda a 'recqrd; they have 'won all along tht . ' . f ,\ At present jSouth fylrlCb, are' the' champlpns of'the jBrUiah'^ugD'y '^orjd, and th'a' prowess .bt'inelr'cKos^'.niign is a' cQWolirig seauel'to th^B^ iaflfl \\r� jji ;tJie.ir criclfeter$itt;tfi(a Jll-ffttpd ' triangular tests bf'^a'^^supjijerVy"^ ,j '..Ttie','greats>.ih.Qrd which yug^^Jfootj mm denced In the enorinpua crow�J'WhjQ)bl' gathered at Twickenham.' The R'ug$y. Union headquarters are not exactly' convenient for the dwellers in ' tjifet^ town, but there were nearly 40,0^0 ]V/.-'; spectators, \vho we.ro rewarijed wYfefc' a game that was always interesting and at times dramatic. , ' ' . \ CI I The English Try The sensational try gained for England by the Old Oxford captain, R/W: " , Poulton, will live long In the, mem- \ ory. England scored first; but one of ;"" the South-'African backs etqualized^the-/1 '' scored-from an intercepted-pass,,-iaii&,-;''( vice-oo-ptaip, he, led, th.^' fl^ujtB,' �s woeyenhav ;