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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME vm. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, MONDAY, JANUARY 11. 1915 NUMBER 25 BILLS EVERY MONTH Depaftihent x)f Railways and lilephones Decides on - Monthly Payment DURING THE HARD TIMES Dates Baek to January First-Means More Work For the Department Edmonton, Alta., Jan. 11.-(Special.)-The decision of the Department of Railways and Telephones to accept advance monthly payments from exchange eubscrlbecs during the presient financial conditions, will undoubtedly receive general .approval, and be much appreciated by the public. All exchange rental accounts will be rendered on the first of each, month, or as soon' thereafter as. poMible, payment to be made within fen days. A>drasttc change of this nature In the commercial, accounting methdds of a public service utility, In an .endeavor to meet the needs created by unforeseen abnormal conditions, must cause the departmental administration considerable extra worl*a/ Onti, Jan. 11 .-The death.,i3 announced of Hoi}. George A. Ojaro, Conservative "member' for Soutli Waterloo.: 'Mr.' Clare had' been in poor healfcJi!.foraQveral.years and his death was,,not a surprise.' He-was a prominent' taianutaoturer... and, bad beep a tnnmhfir ot the House of Commons *alp6j,limo.,, H,e:was prflpident of Glare president of the .Canadian Office.and School Furniture Co., and a director of many other' indUBtrlali^oonoern's In Waterloo county^i .He had been mayor of Prostgta a.riii- warden of the county. He was; .60 jyears'^ofj Age-and his'parontp wer^,of, Gp;rmaTi ^escenj.' NATIVE OF MACLEOD JOINS 12th DRAGOONS Macleod, Alta., Jan. 9.-D. Davis, teller in the Union Bank, 'Macleod, left thlfl evening for Winnipeg, in which city ho 'has been granted a commission in the 12th Dragoons. Mr. Davie, who was born in Macleod, is both widely and popularly known throughout the district, and he received many congratulations from his irlends on bis appointment. D. C. Davis, aijother brother, is a captain In the Strathcona Horse, and is with Ills regiment on Salisbury Plain. ? �. 4> ? ? ? * * � , Tf .1 r �^ Somewhere, for his tangible evidence monlloned in previous rdespatches have not very intense cannonading.. In'itliei and urigation. If the farmers can get of loyalty. j been concerned. The .death of Hon. region of Vpres, our artrilery re- irrigation for .1!72,he claims they are Additional subscriptions to the-Pat-not losing. On the other hand they riotlc Fund acknowledged today are: gain, because irrigation tends to ivfrs M Henderson..........$50.00., x- j-j--- r closer settlement and more intensive jJr and Jlrs Antone Bruchet ., 25.00 '^0"j'"?fs^e extended so as. to in-, methods. ~ As these conditions come .Western Transfer Co., Ltd. . :-in.on I elude that constituency or any other 5^ej^oii^oiji^�sseu _^our about, the interest on money falls,'so' that it land, worth'$33.an acre at 8 . (Coirtinued on page 3). 30.00 IWest. Transfer Co.'s employees 15,00 George Stacey ... ...... ..... 26.00' D. C. Batterson .,. ..-. ... . Battery to be in Barracks Sunday ; The-local- Battery, boys will eat their first meal in, their new quarters at the Exhibition grounds on Sunday next,' when" breakfast will be served m the new' mess room. This news ! will .be welcomed by 'every man In the battery, as the majority of them have been;forced to eat wherever they . Tonight at 8 o'clock theLib-eralB will hold their primaries ;* at. tbe Sons of England Hail on Tenth street, to elect.delo-. ? gates to the convention on ? Wednesday, when a candidate thus :extending toward the east*! posed a successor to the late Hon.'' /the .trenches-captured Jan. 3, and as-,';| H. R. Emnicrson, who sat for West-"suming complete possession of .'spurs.v Eskimos Killed Explorer Radford New, York, Jan.- 11. - Proofs of ^eath dt.Henry 'V. Radford, Arctic Mrr lUdlprd's death as 'occurring June 5, e;tpldrer;: filed in the surrogate court j aAd George Street, with apetition for the probate:of his will, revealv^Ior the first time the details of the^ unequal battle against''a-"ian >��??' who-was-killed in'the struggle,-wto-Moore-and other.s are raentioned,, about'v to-start tor Ba+hurst Inlet. The'Liberals are -not ccrtaiq-. thpy 'Mr..|{aiJtor'd left an estate of-approx- will not-put a niau in the field imaf .FLAGS FLY FOR SIR JOHN A. '�^ --- - � Ottawa, Ont., Jan., 11'.'-In- l^'v-"" struetions have been .Ijped by Hon. Robert Bogergi^fiipter", of Public Worjcs, thaj^JgripUTiUo/ '*'^" adfofd left an estate oV-'aPproxi will not-put a man in the 'field 'do-, ,y.;n0,000, whic}^ is .divided by, spite the arrangement;'maife itt.*,Pi<#-il-".'' "I .'-K^C^^^ 4 41 1994 ;