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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta (Saturday, Fsinuary 25tli, Ii�13 THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Paare 5 Our S ervices WE ACT AS EXECUTOR AND TRUSTEE UNDER WILLS, LIQUIDATORS, ASSIGNEE, RECEIVER, GUARDIAN OF INFANTS, AND COMMITTEE OF LUNATICS, ETC., ETC. We undertake financial agencies of all kinds, superintend* Investments and collect dividends, interest and agreement payments. GIVE YOUR BUSINESS TO \[[ A LOCAL, ENTERPRISE. .. ' BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST & GUARANTEE COMPANY Conyueare Block, Lethbrldge/Alberta. C. F. P. Conyboare, Esq., K.C., D.C.L. President. J. S. Haxton, Manager and Sec'y EM 10 ADVISE E SESSION IS HAVE APPOINTED MAN TO ADVISE IN CONNECTION WITH CIVIC UTILITIES LEGISLATURE WILL DEAL WITH MANY QUESTIONS OF GREAT IMPORTANCE FAVOR TRAIL ESS HOMESTEADERS AND MOUNTED POLICE WOULD WELCOME WIRELESS Edmonton, Jan. 25.-While no official announcement has been made as to the government's program, to be taken up at the session of the provincial legislature, beginning February 11 in the new, parliament buildings, assurances have been given that the main .items will be .railroad and rural telephone extensions, good road construction and grain elevator building. TJie last named, is designed to relieve the situation caused by inadequate storage and shipping facilities following the harvesting of crops. Premier Sifton and members of his cabinet  have moved to their new quarters in the big structure, which overlooks the Saskatchewan . river. The buildings, costing'.?!,500,000, were formally dedicated last fall by H.-R.H. the Duke of Connaught, governor general of Canada. Wm. Grigg was-arrested at Brant-ford charged with the theft of $150 from a Woodstock cigar store. A warrant is out for another man as �well.": '' ' ' " '  Edmonton, Jan. 25.-Traders, homesteaders, freighters arid officers of the Royal North West Blounted Police in Edmonton and northern Alberta, are unanimously in favor of the proposal to establish a series of wireless stations from Athabasca down the Mac-Kenzie river and from there to Rampart .House, in the Yukon. This plan was discussed at Ottawa recently at a conference between Dr. Thompson, M.P. for the Yukon, Bishop Stringer of the Yukon diocese and Dr. King, director of the astronomical department. It is said here that the establishment of a chain of stations will be the means of securing'much scientific data of value and assist in opening ,the far north country. The stations would also be of value to the meteorological department, giving the observers a wider field from which to make forecasts and'placing them in touch with a now almost unknown territory, north of the 55th parallel. London will pay approximately $325,000 for tts federal sQuote- site. Edmonton, Jan. 25.-Organizer and inspector of departments is the latest office created by the municipality of Edmonton, which owns and operates all public utilities in the city. The commissioners have appointed A. R. iWainman, an efficiency expert, (o the berth. Mr. Mainman's duties are to visit all the departments in need of advice as to accounts and matters of detailed information. He is also general representative of the board of commissioners, headed by.Mayor W. Short, to the various civic departments. Mr. Mainman has been employed by the city in various capacities, his recent assignments being to place the books of the police department in shape and to bring the real estate register up to date. The last named required a lot of work on account of the fact that the realty market is active. Ground values alone bear the burden of taxation. MES AND TABER SCHOOL A HON. DUNCAN MARSHALL THERE FOR CLOSING DELIVERED A FINE ADDRESS Pernie, Jan. 24.-In Victoria hall last night a very enjoyable dance was given by the Trites-Wood Company to their employees arid friends. The branch stores at Coal Creek, Michel and Natal were closed for the afternoon so that the staff of each branch might, have ample opportunity to get to Pernie in plenty of time for the event. About eighty-five were present including several of the professional and business men with their wives, who were fortunate enough to be among those who were invited. Messrs Trites and Wood with their better halves received the guests. The music was exceptionally good, being dispensed by Carrie's orchestra. At about twelve o'clock a dainty luncheon was served by the Ladies' Benevolent Society, who had been engaged to cater for the occasion. Dancing was resumed and at? three o'clock the party broke up after a very pleasant evening.. . . INVESTORS - - GOOD NEWS FOR YOU! Initial Offering 1000 Shares Capital Stock Taber.Man. 24.-Today marked ihe close of the short course school, which has been in progress during the last four days. The subject today was one of importance to the fanners of this district, and was weil attended, the subject being hoys. The speaker had on exhibition three hog3 of a superior grade, which were much admired by ih� attendants. In the evening, the Hon. Duncan Marshall spoke at a meeting lipid in the Auditorium of the Central school, which was appreciated by" a large audience. After the lecture Mr. .Marshall was the guest at a banquet, which was held in the King George Hotel. Various toasts were responded to, and perhaps the most pleasing of all was Mr. Marshall's response to the toast of "Alberta." Nothing but praise can be said for the officials who have had charge of the various departments of the short course, and it i-s hoped that another such course may be put on again. The full benefit of these courses cannot be measured now, and the' farmers will be in a better position a year from now to show their appreciation of the good work this course has done. In the afternoon, the seed and poultry fair exhibit was held and no small amount of interest was manifested. The entries were about the same in number . as last yeaT when the outside .breeder ;was allowed to compete. Complete returns of the various prize winners are not available at the present time,, and a full list of prize winners will be published at an early date. ARE ALL READY TO BOARD OF TRADE RE-ELECTS MR. ALLEN AND GAVE HIM NEW EXECUTIVE /The Name Itself Suggests Opportunity" ON THE MARKET TODAY AN EXPLANATION The Banff Llthia Water Co., Limited, with Banff as proposed headquarters, has been incorporated under the Canadian Companies Act of 1906, with an authorized capital of $200,000.00 for ihe purpose of adequately supplying the Canadian as well as American trade with a superior aerated table watty-a - water pronounced by eminent analysts as one of the finest on the continent. ' The accompanying .illustration shows -, Crix>tiH-Y AOs.' . y? : Proposed Plant of the Ranff Lithia Water Co., Limited to.be located in Banff and In full swing by May 1st,-1913. Every up-to-the-minute mechanical device for charging, bottling and shipping this water and by-products (such as Ginger Ale, Sodai Kola Water and Li'xme) will be installed. -The Managing Director of this Company has been in close touch with Messrs. Cantrell & Cochrane of Belfast, Ireland;, for tan/"years, as well as other world-famous manufacturers of aerated waters, In Belfast. Methods observed at others of tjie world's best springs will be; adopted, and an expert, chemist supplied through Messrs. Cantrell & Cochrane, will, supervise every detail of the work. Every step has been taken thoughtfully and a tremendous success is assured. Stock will be at a premium shortly,. Buy some shares now at Par Value $100.00 Each Payable $25.00 on application, $25,00 on April 1 5th, 1913 and $25.00 on June 15~ih. 1913, with balance subject to call after 30 days' written notice. Don't let this chance slip. Get your dollars into a living and sure investment today. ... er Co., Ltd. PROSPECTUS. FREE. SUITE 11 ELMA BLOCK WIRE, WRITE OR APPLY PERSONALLY TO SALES MANAGER. I' PHONE M3770 ' ' CALGARY, ALBERTA. Macleod, Jan. 24.-it the Board of Trade annual meeting a great mauy questions were taken up. Several amendments to the bylaws were mentioned. The election- resulted in President Allen being reflected for another term. J. W. McDonald, Vice-President; A. P. Mercer;. Secretary pro.' tem.; E. F. Braum, Treasurer. The executive are almost all new men, and all realize they have a busy year before them. They will at the next meeting outline their work ion the season, which will no doubt be a large one, as correspondence on hand contains many enquiries regarding locations in Macleod. Cityi.Engineer Altliam is attending a large gathering ol his class in Calgary. Consultations on the many-problems of town and city work, and how to meet aud overcome them., ' Our new council find the same problem facing them that all councils for the new year have, that of a large amount of unpaid taxes for the past year: December brought in a large amount, but there is still a large sum in arrears. The! legislature will be.asked this year through the municipal convention, for an act, or amendment thereto, providing for a more' speedy way of collecting taxes. The � minister has already promised to consider it. .: According to the assessor's figures, the total of the assessment list will almost, double in figures that of 1912, and the � prospects are \that these amounts will double again this, year. Building permits are coining an very good Tor the month of January. Acting Mayor McDonnell and other new members of the council, are surprised, to find so much work to do, and the amount of time the work of the council takes up. The new act will, however, help to make this work seem easier by paying the mayor a �salary \ and each member of the council a fixed sum for each meeting. R. Patterson, M.P.P., has expressed himself as not being willing to be a candidate at the next., election for the Province. He says lie is the only "independent" in the house, ,and if he should change his mind find become a candidate it will be on a straight party line. Many of, his sup-, O. McColman as trustees. Mrs. R. M. Paul is on the sick list. Owing to the cold weather and poor attendance the Midway school is to be closed for three weeks. The Farmers' "Union and Midway Literary Club, combined - held a meeting recently in the school house. They had a debate and decided to have a meeting and a short program -two weeks from that night". - Mi'i and Mrs. Lv A. Tibbitts are but from Bassano and will reside on itheir homestead as soon as- 'they can move their house out frogrr town. Mrs. J.' A. 'Tibbitts has been quites| ill for three weeks, but is improving now. STRIKERS . AND NONrSTRIKERS FIGHT IN STREETS New York, N.Y., Jan. 24.-Seventy striking garment workers fought in the streets of Brooklyn today with three. hundred employees-.'of''a 'factory, who refused to quit work. When the polipe reserves cleared the streets, the.v.fqund one. man badly wounded, and a dozen others with minor injuries. Stones and revolvers �were used by the rioters. Recently announced increases .in the freight rate on- coal from Detroit to Windsor,and Walkerville arie forbidden by an order of the Board of Railway Commissioners, following pro tests by tho boards of trade of Windsor, Walkerville and Sandwich. FOR SALE Farm of 1920 acres near Cranbrook, B. 0. six miles from Railway station; 300 acres natural -hay meadow, balance, can be irrigated and converted into first class agricultural and fruit land. . . ' - An ideal location for a etpek farmson the line of the new government automobile highway, no^v under construction. For price and' terms write The Lund Land and Development Company, Limited WARDNER BRITISH COLUMBIA The members of the London, Ont, branch of^. the Women's .Christian* association Vwlll recommend to the pity, council the, appointment 'of a woman police officer. We Act in Various Capacities as Trustee For Corporations And shall ,.be pleased to correspond with companies regarding any matters, in which a trustee may be required, � The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limied Public Administrator and Official Assignee for the Judicial District ' '-of- ' . LETHBRIDGE, MACLEOD, CALGARY, WETA8KlW�N^^ 220 Eighth Avenue Wegk, Calgary, H. A. Howard, Manage^ ,jx;i^ 55 ;