Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
BOXING CONTEST BETWEEN BILLlY LAUDER Champion Lightweight of Canada AND KID HOAGLIN Fift een Rounds--CI ean Breaks ON KID HOAGLIN Friday, January 21st Good'Preliminaries Main Bout to Start at 10 p.m. This will be a cKance to see the Champion Lightweight of Canada '�Pirn 1 -'^^Mn 1 BILLY LAUDER At THE EUREKA THEATRE BARONS HAS GOOD PROSPEQ Barons, Jan. 10.-Although Barons is just in its infancy, its prospects are Kood to be one of the leadinj? farm towns in Southern Alberta. WeieninR. have the advantage of a train service. Although not just as regular as it might be we have no reason to complain. The telegraph wire is now connecting us with the other adjoining towns as soon as the box car service is completed. We only have two regular trains per week, on Tuesdays and Fridays. Although we have the promise of a daily mail in the near future, we have been very for-tHnat -: We Sell for Cash LETHBRIDGE FURNITURE CO. West Post of the Office any previous year, and reached $5,165,-567. The aggregate of all policies in force v/as J26,507,e81. The assets, 79 per cent, of which are composed of first mortgages, debentures and Qov-ernment securities, amounted to f5,-j 303,236, an increase In the year of ; 1749,392. The reserve for policy holders was Increased by 1579,494, and stood at the close of the year at |4,-055,540. NotwithstaadlEg the largo ia-crease ia insurance In force, the death losses for the year were less than those of the previous year and amounted to only $125,851. The cash received from interest on investments amounted to $270,933 and from profit on sale of securities, etc. to $12,013, or in all $282,946, which was $51,737 greater than that received in 1908 and $167,095 more than the total death losses of the year. The surplus earned In the year was $237,924, being $77,-372 greater than in 1908. The accumulated surplus over and above all lia-bllltles and reserve for pollcyholdera was $627,519. On account of the fav-orablcArate ef interest earned on the Company's funds was 6.20 per cent, being an Increase of .17 In the rate per cent, over that of 1908. These excellent results were accomplUbed at a slightly reduced expense rate. The high standard of efficiency which marks the conduct of The Imperial's business, and which permeates Its entire organization. Is again reflected in the results dlaclosed by the year's operations. Mr. C. R. Daniel, president of The Alberta Securities Limited, states that The Imperial baa placed a larce amount of funds on first mortgage on farm lands In the surrounding country In the past year and that the Province Is taking a prominent place as an attractive field for the safe investment of the Imperial's surplus funds. LORD 8TRATHC0NA WILL NOT RETIRE London, Jan. 18.-There have been no definite developments as yet In connection with the Hudson's Bay Co. board. One or more resignations are regarded as certain, but Lord Strathcona Is very unlikely to retire. The suggestion that has been made In a London journal that Sir Thomas Shaughnessy would nominate two directors Is regarded as ridiculous.