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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOI.UMI: vn. TEN IMCiKS AU.GHTA, WKDNESDAV. JANUARY 7, CENTS -22 "Warm Tinic at Macleod When Economy Members Got Into Aclion WANT THIilR PAY llolfl Up Work on Town Hall IJ and Sewage Dispos.'il Plant WOULU CHANGE B.N.A. ACT FIVE MINUTES is IN TO PREMIER UMiTOKE su ART. NEGOTIATING Pugram for the Aged and Infirm Statesman j Sir James Whitney is Sinking Banquet I be Business Will Give Way lo Active j and the Physicians Arc in r.r.j-usUiou ID llio ;n p-.sl ii ,if tilt h' IT-I'I rcili-r.il pavil Uillli la ul .'Inniliir.' thai tf.r- lit-lv. M ii ITi-niii-i- .U- liv llir lia-. IK-rUi-il ilic i Man A CO-INCIDENCE 'irsl Commissioner's Estimate of Likely Expenditure Givru Uiiofhciully Today THE EXHIBITION M..UUH, AHa, .inn. S.-l .1 .n, AVP Ufll I PAI I Aji) llill vu-ll pnni- In- tla- vca: ;HAC llllILL i flLL Ull IMS eii-r llu? i Li la ul-.ioli Maynr S! M.ti; llli- di Ilin I -i-.i'n il lit1 tl.r. li.wu luLi '-.-s' liiKli! 1'iai IlK-L.-oli. uh.i lias i-linst-n lo i'. rtl Mi.it (IrL-la: rii thai lie iliil iioli! siirii an up liaii.ilk vir'v, it IKT.IIM i ni- r i in iiiisiars urn as -Un hve Annoiinceinciil Orgnni-; an.l ulnli- art- cnjnyim; llav- Formed to OppOaf His i .ir in.in Tiiriff Policy Nsw York, Jan. 7.--After .1 ivyh.l 01 camparvitri'c cect. Sir James cur.dition cluingetf tins n-sriiino, .ind tie is still keeping a 11 vc tj n d not more. Stimulants -ire ing administered to keep the flay- n y heart muscles i; (5 their r k. but t h L- i s s u r e -n a i p s in tfoifQl. The end may ccn-e very or another f aver able turn may came. Anxisty e-ists ,JO-A-JI. i j To IjQ CiU'Cll U-Slial Votfi and j Capital Expenditure iJ Deficit Ah hough Uif city v.ili inert ay, it bus hc-pn -.fcrCKOcs uiih the possible c ni rS.-iturJ.iy, nhcn matters uji for fir.nl action on ll lie i.isciisseil .ir In. crjiEirijprctiil l f i In- rin Tins is U.i .nl ii.i-. him by tin- l.nmlox Jai.. HIGH TEMPERATURE IN STRONG CONTRAST TO LAST YEAR Using Hfart Vo-h. .inc. 7 i sinnns i linnilrr, Ifrru-c wa i coriiKiJU-.-i-s witli tliR n-imps of The- vn'Jtu-iMoTS IIP shouhl !llt_ his lo Un so, prstkiil Unit h. a wjitni nil tlic crcn- tint lir not iliink it tho prc- if.-'.'jiivr- tit liie to his inic.il tlicrc novor had bee li n. 'I'ho VPsiilivmi f. with the i Lfli body tl'.r htMv WJIK ajmliosc-il ot nj SERVICE AFTER LENGTHY Mnvnr and six" fuiim'iltorB. Ho acWpd AND CREDITABLE CAR- a; the Inlfrr Siad inform JAMES DOQSON QUITS C. P. R. in i1 ;it- I this SOHH- wore sjtpni id) repairs and ilmt tbrrr hp .capital thU >car iT this nuunint to nvcck for London. After passin was a known ntxurfl nil ovc-r U'LIS tin- sj'stoia and holds [lie exiruovdiu- ary torord of only hiving tm-t ilit.itr thai a as for toiitiril I -STRIKING SHOPMEN ARRESTED I'niihr HMI Uilh.iif! r. t: Amp! ciiizi'n. I'rosn II !jl t'-c f'1" thin IIP would l.o'H May: U to lie MAY AMEND ELECTION ACT Mil.iw.i, .l.m. 7.--An nii.i-iidinPiLl j lli-iinriioii rlrfl inn1; n.ct jiei'iuil .ui in the suprrim- (.-oisrl I in any iirtititm is j in a rnutrmfried i-, i SECTJO.NAI, SHOWING TilK 1'O.SJTIONS OF THE IKI.Vt.'EOXS .LVD 1'AKTS OF THE U'fflTE kirnii .Ur. I miiso i-i SPLVP i.n m.t, Mr. Dirkson. haw f tl.ni.kdil inr TWELVE HEAD OF HORSES; na1 at fvrii t3mii.ri. j-m. >nii iliil rolr'K.-'.r.o iririn lln- iiiijiiiilan! in in fii.r. I'll sr Ihhi.; In thini; ali.ilH i.'il In in any >lr. Djrisn.'i'.s nil ntiil Mr. r.n.xcft uith ;iii- .-.__._ Mi. .Mr.i Doiiiu'il ui'ti- {iprsoiia; al. v all, tint a uiallnr in Inisiurss. I Inn Mini far as Mi MISTAKEN FOR MOOSE inii pri in HI tnolr.pri'tiipt l.rail n: vamnlile Uorsps IIjiJpi Millf-r i.'if, fm-U-.I witl: lan tliink In' r-c.nU m i 01 Port Anliur. Out., .r.-tn. 7. ffi.i' .is i.ul in oi. l.in i; tin-. Maioi- or flm-ii him Jji- iKiiil.f Ms' -j. Mi. Dit-k-.n.-i's. H-.PH ;'l. SuilillRMun .lll'l K.MUV11. on page iiPi Aithur from i for n inouso (ijn-ritcil hnurH. vripr. Ilia I 1 lie i'ii.-j- jniJilif ttork.s l.wtk Ihnroufzli into tlir projiDsed prcssurr an l.plt-rr furihcr. rn.n- in re- parly nsrnt Leaks in ll.p tn.iiiis ciii.tiuuf he IIIIIUPVOIIS uiih HIP rpsnli itiai fire ii-sts ini Iiavt- alml ,'isljpd for tlif tiuie hpins. Insirnd. U.r -r piihipx ltl rl.j. st.iliiui rcsail.irly tn tli.il I her -in worJ.inp r.milii mil. 1ml thp vnlvr.-; no! stl rliat ilic sir.iiii r.ol t IKL i hP mains. hurther positions of the Tower ol Lcndon arc to be opened to Ine general public. The portion which is -hortly -o L-c 'hi basement aeciion of the Tower. wWch consists or three large rooms separated by enormously thick walls bn'scment .dungeon In which Jewish money lenrlere and others were confined at times hi the Middle agCs. The two "uroV "partn.ems C elevated in the above drawing ir. order to show Ih0 disposition of the lower rooms. The positions' of tl.-r tills 'I'l.c1 ii.ainr sarii lit1 l-.ad rri-Kir.- iiH'iifi.itiit.ns nr.iici- rfJiisiilfr.ii'OL he un.llfi in.iko un iMlirr r> slioiiLiI coir- uiriire vpry ulinut, tlieii icr Ihr year .c- i-.r jia- lln lli.n ;t Mo-.iM Jvii.st' [fi ;n ri-.ii cit) liiu' i j r, ;