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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday., .Taimary 15,1013. THE LETHBBIDGE DAILY HERALD Page f> would not bring you a more delicious cup of tea than you may have at your own table by using It is the world'* choicest tea, at its best-the finest hill-grown Ceylon-in sealed lead packets. BLACK, GREEN or MIXED 051 Rev. A. C Watson Presents his Case rid-'e, one of ihe 14 members who have asked me to resign lias he-i-rt not even one, another has heard- only one, another has heard three or four, two or 'three others have heird scarcsly more tlrm a dozen. Several others who have not heard jna once dur'ng the last three months repeit'-tlly expressed themselves during the previous tlires months as entirely delighted and satisfied with my preachina;. Ot those who voted . a:ra;nst my being as'-cd to resi.irn. practically every one has been in almost constant attendance at the. preaching services. Thanking you for .this space, I am, Yours sincerely, ........A,. C.. Watson. '-asp m BE I HAS BROKEN JAIL THREE TIMES AND LENGTHENS ORIGINAL TERM The Big Powers Are Still Working Who Pays the L osses  Cbzmmied .frona. trqn: pagei -JOHN FLETT -of Hamilton, Ont., who may be elected President of the International 'Structural Iron-Workers, In succession tc Frank Ryan, who was recently impri6oned, with thirty others, for complicity in bridge wrecking. able to Iccat-e where the couple lived while in the city. In Medicine Hat It is learned on good authority that Chambers and his companion were in Pdedicine Hat last Monday, and that enemies were cashed there on that day. Whether the pair will make a bolt for the other side of the line, Is not known, but the authorities are on a sharp look out, and will persistently track their man, no matter where he may go. Chambers is worth getting hold, of and no stone will be left unturned until he is /placed safely behind the bars. If Krank Hastien continues r>n his joyful way he will have, appeared he-fore all t.iin 'justices, ,iiic1ri-h and rnagist rales in the country before lie nn-ishes his little visit, to the Provincial .fail. One year ;x;o last September Bastion assaulted a man at Macleod. .J1.1d.17> Carpenter sent him down for one year. in March the prisoner took ;t sachay into the wilds. He was recaptured and Magistrate Hail lacked three months to the sentence. Later in the summer lie assaulted one of the jail guards and this time Inspector West soaked him a month. In October Hastien, who was then working on a road crew, took to the tall timbers again. For two months he lived in supreme happiness with bin native brothers on the. Blood Reserve. The day after Christmas lie was arrested by Detective Ashe in his home teepee and this afWnoon he was arraigned berore Magistrate K-lton and received his fourth sen-fence on his original on:; ycr term. This time he rrot thirty divs, which will let him out about the end or" March. A Woman in the Case It appears that there was a woman In company with Chambers. This much la learned through Mr. Hcbert-son, of the Robartson Co. Chambers and the woman, who,.by the nay, was well dressed, gave one the impression that they were newly married, as the lady assumed a bashful attitude at times. The police -have' made a careful search of all the hotel registe-rs and other places, but. have so far been tm- J CHARLES B. BOOTH WEDS ' New York, Jan. 15.-Charles Brandon Booth, of Montclairi'N, J,v son of G'gneral Ballingtori-Booth,5tiea*-of the Volunteers of America and MIsb Naime Sutherland Bailey, of Lp'ckport N.Y., were married today at, St. George's church. ON BANKS ROSEATE REPORT DID LAND OFFICE BUSINESS AND RESERVE LARGELY EXCEEDS SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL London, Jan. 15.-Today's meeting of the ambassadors of the. powers was devoted chiefly to a discussion of the means of putting a brake on the threatened resumption of I ho war in the Balkans. Breathing time was I .'.riven for efforts in this direction by the decision of the Balkan plenipotentiaries today to delay further ac- J Lion until the Turkish unvernment has had full opportunity for the discussion of the ambassador's note, which will be presented this week. It is evident that both sides would welcome the discovery of an acceptable I wJiy to avoid further fighting. The ! Turkish delegates' argue but for the fact that the Kuropean powers have shown bias in favor of the claims put forward hy the allies thev would have been able to compromise with their adversaries long atao. The delegates of the allies deny thai the powers have raised an objection to their announced intention of breaking: off negotiations and denouncing the armistice. They point out t hat on Saturday last they, notified the British Foreign Minister and all the European ambassadors of their intention and none of them remonstrated. The representatives of Bulgaria, Greece and Servia declare.that they will protect their own interests, especially in avoid'n? indefnite procrastination on the port of the TurVs as since the conclusion of the armistice, in December the maintenance of the four allies armies on & war footing has represented ftn outlay of $200,000,000. This must, come to an end, they say. Within a week Turkey must either cede Adr'anople in a peaceful manner or lose it by a resumption of the war, which in the end would he less costly than this expensive peace. To-day "Love's Sacrifice" Special Two-Reel Feature "At Coney Island" Uproarious Comedy "Warwick Weekly" World's News in Motion "How The Ranger Was Cured" Spirited Western Drama "The Grocery Clerk's Romance" The Screamiest Scream Ever Thrown on the Screen WATCH FOR THE "NEW" STARLAND TH EAT Canada's Finest Photo-Play House Program for To-day and To-morrow The Lash of Fate A .Stirring Western Drama The Thunderbolt An Exciting Story The 4.40 Express Strong Drama of the Railroad A Comedy of Errors A Genuine Comic Toronto, Ont., Jan. la.-The Dominion hank statement out today will I show net profits for the year of [ $901,529, being at the rate of 18.38 j per cent., an increase of $18,000 over 101!. After making provision for dividends of 12 per cent., a bonus of two | per cent, and a contribution to the, officers' pension fund of twenty-five thousand dollars, $(IS8S,108 is carried forward to the profit and loss account. Circulation has increasad $600,000, and deposits increased ,$5,-800,000. Total assets, $79,224,080, expanded $9,000,000 during the year. The cash assets are $15,963,731, or 23.80 per cent, of liabilities to the public. Assets immediately available 529,241,840, are 43.58 per cent. 0� the. total liabilities to the public. Reserve fund $6,000,000, being one million more than the paid-up capital. The statement is the best that has , yet been presented. I I NOT RESIGN HIS SEAT NORTH GREY PEOPLE DO NOT WANT A MIDWINTER ELECTION CAMPAIGN CHINESE LOAN STILL DRAGS London, Jan; 1C>.-According to the Times' Pekin corr"spondeut, the loan negotiations between China and the six power group, drag on. One' of the principal difficulties at the moment is the rate of interest which the bankers desire to fix at b\'a %. SIR HENRY'S NEW JOB London, Jan. 15.-Sir Henry Elliot, has been appointed deputy master and comptroller of the royal mint in succession to the Rt. Hon. Wm. G. Eliison-MacCartney, appointed governor of Tasmania. The C. N. R. is buying its right of way for a- radial line from Toronto to Guelph. The Imperial Life Assurance Company of Canada THE following are some outstanding features from the Directors' Report submitted at the Annual Meeting of the Company held on Wednesday, January 8th, 1913, and covering the operations of the Company \n 1912: Owen Sound, Jan. 15.-The report that Hon^A. G. Maekay, m.-P.P., is ab. out to resign his seat in North Grey, owng to hs removal to Edmonton, is denied by The Sun, the local Liberal organ, which says: "Hen. A. G. Mac-kay, has, in a letter 'recently, given reasons why he thinks he should not resign at present. ^Apparently he. has besn showered ;with letters from North Grey, asking him not to throw the riding into a political contest in the winter months. He will, therefore; endeavor to attend at least a part of the session.'' 1911 1912 Increase - $34,518,000 $38,734,686 $4,216,686 Assurances in Force - - Assurances Issued and Revived Premium and Interest Income Policy and Annuity Reserves - Total Assets ------ Policyholders' Net Surplus Payments to Policyholders Rate of Interest Earned - - The reserves for 95% of the assurances in force have been based on a 3% and those for the balance on a 3\% interest rate. The Company's policy reserves are now on a stronger basis than those of any other Canadian life assurance company. . The results achieved in 1912 surpass in all departments those of any previous year in the history of the Company. HEAD OFFICE: Imperial Life Bldg., TORONTO C. R. DANIEL, Loan Manager, Lethbridge, Alta. H. B. GARDNER, Agent, Life Department, Lethbridge, Alta. 7,136,952 7,851,660 714,708 1,545,527 1,795,378 249,851 5,509,062 6,338,568 829,506 7,095,443 8,134,420 1,038,977 781,551 944,413 162,862 287,720 398,957 111,237 6.81% 6,83% .02% HOI RULE BILL IN FINAL IT WILL BE SENT ON TO UNIONIST HOUSE OF LORDS IN A DAY OR TWO London, Jan. .15-The Home Rule bill entered upon itsil'inal stage in the House of Commons this afternoon. When this last debate has been concluded, which must be >by tomorrow night, the measure will be passed to the House of Lords, where its rejection is a foregone conclusion, Public interest in the Heme Rule question is manifested by the great demand for seats on this occasion. They were all alloted oyer a week ago. . � � � On the formal motion today that the Home Rule bill will be read a third time, Arthur J. Balfour immediately arose, and presented to the House, the offical Unionist mation for its rejection. "ARSON TRUST" IS BEING EXPOSED TWO MEN CHARGED WITH COLLECTING HALF MILLION THROUGH INCENDIARY FIRES New York, Jan. 15.-George Grutz, an insurance brokn\ and a second man, said also to be an insurance broker, whose name was withheld, were indicted cn charges of arson yesterday by the grand jury that has be;n investigating the so-called arson trust, alleged to be responsible for more than three hundred fires in the past two years, Hi which, about ?500,-000 insurance was fraudulently collected. At Starland With today's entire change of programme at Starland, many new and pleasing features will be introduced. Foremost on the bill is a two-reel Parisian romance, entitled "Love's Sacrifice," an exquisite portrayal of a powerful and appealing theme. It will prove to be a most acceptable and artistic offering for the mid-week. On the same programme will also be shown another of the highly amusing Keystone comedies, entitled "At Coney Island," a farce funny enough to bring tears of joy to a pair of glass eyes, [t is one long scream of merriment, and is one of the most uproarious laugh producers of the season. "How the Ranger Was Cured" is a spirited Western story, crammed full of exciting incidents, and rich in dramatic surprises and healthy thrills. With another'amusing comedy "The Grocery Clevk'k Romance," and the latest copy of the popular Warwick Weekly Gazette on the hill, the whole programme leaves little to be desired.   "The Rosary" "The Rosary," Rowland and Clifford's theatrical success, which will be seen at the Majestic next Friday and Saturday, tells a story of a modern Garden of Eden, in which the serpent enters in the form of a rejected' suitor, who 'wrecks the home and happiness of a married couple by playing, upon the - jealousy of the hushand. There is diffused throughout the drama' a remarkable air of purity, faith and hope from the opening scene which pictures the happy couple about to celebrate their second marriage anniversary, and surrounded by all the creature comforts of modern civilization, to the last act when the twain, broken in health and fortune, and wrecked by jealousy, come like two weary children to the feet of the old priest; who has fathered them throughout their troubles. In the days of their prosperity they had built a chapel for their old friend the priest, and in their adversity they come back to the little edifice one Sunday morning, just as the chimes send their music rolling through the valley. The .story is interestingly told, and with a capable cast aiid scenic effects, the production is said to be worth attending. MATINEE EVERY DAY WE ARE FIRST WITH THE LATEST J. B.. GASKELL'S ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE Illustrated Song by Frank E. Evans. "Gee, But 'Tis Tuff When You Haven't Got a Girl to Call You Dear" PRICES : : : : : : : : 10c AND 15c. MAJESTIC THEATRE Two Nights, Fri. & Sat, Jan, 17. & 18. ED. W. ROWLAND AND EDWIN CLIFFORD, (Inc.) -OFFERS- A NEW PRODUCTION OF HUMAN INTEREST THE The Great New York, Chicago and Boston Success A GREAT FOUNDED UPON AN EMBLEM OF PURITY -By Edward E. Rose- play i r*l?FAT PRODUCTION CAST A VjJftEiA I SERMON Written and Staged by the Author of More Successes Than any "Other Playwright in the World ft' Seats on Sals at Kenny & Allln'o Drug Store (S : : .: $1.50, S1.00, 75c, 50c; Gallery, 25c. Jg PRICES WILL SERVE. LIFE TEAM Calgary, Alta.,\Tan. 18.-Convicted, Bertrand, wife, rniirderer, left this morning under escort for Edmonton penitentiary. sentence having been commuted by the cabinet to life imprisonment. PECULIAR AND PERTINENT Chicago barbers ' now charge 35 cents for haircuts. ' in November oti persons were killed in street accidents in New York. Famine inV brick is severely retarding Cleveland building operations. Rats are said to' do damage estimated at $:i,000,000' in Chicago every year. Cleveland police hereafter will plho-tograph all 'women' a^hd girls caught In wineroonriraids. Charles Track, 72 and Mrs. Fannie McGregor, 70, were married the other day In Cleveland;- Minnesota in 1012 sold 2,200 acres of state lands at prie'es ranging from ?5 to $21 an acre. ' ,: Chicago women want a- new state prison exclusively for* women offenders and wholly run by women. REV. C. p. JOLLIFE Graduate of Toronto University, who was attacked by robbers while on a house-boat on the Yangtse River, in China. His infant son was kilted. � " Don't Keep this Money A young working girl lost iher purse containing all her' savings $29:0"0, in the' east end of the city- last night. As this young lady hasn't a dollar it is to be hoped that the finder will return the purse. Kindly leave at the Herald office. PRESIDENT SAM GOMPERS -Of the American Federation of Labor, who today delivered a bitter attack on the United Stales government and- Judge Anderson for convicting and sentencing the dynamiters of the Structural Ironworkers Union. Gompers. said that the conscienceless tryanny of organized capital made men dynamiters. -'V Scene from u Th&Rosary ' at the Theatre Maj)s(i^Prrd3^a|jf|f; j| Saturday Next . v,';'-;-';^ ^Z^^S&s 1 78 04 ;