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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, -Tune. 13. THE LETIIBRTDGK DAILY JIKRALD Page 5 Interest Increased to 6 Per Cenl Harry Milner's Funeral News Budget From Coming City .1. O. IIco'l. Smith Ilros Wilson, The tcmirr ol I'. M. ttcrts of f.eth- recmed loo late to be Board of Trade Meeting Mideod, Alia. Jwie fua- ircl lUrry Miluer. who wes killed In UP C.I1.It. yards here wi held his laic rd-ldi-nic this afternoon ai-d was largely atkided b) Iriwuis. liatnurst Ilail, ol b, our by NEAL -din tut All lhat is retjuir- Liciion by >ou m loimiiK lo o.jr luslitult. 'flit Trt'atTiei.l consols of a [j-irt'Ly eouiiJO'aui tak- tn j.u In- jVetiuus Tr'rjr When tLt- ths Icttir.it? be is roiiijloiclv restored to t.ealth in both buily and mind. "I ho Trcatuieut for tlie Iiriig Hai.U i-s as erndent but reijuirt's Ask for L'ltle Journey to Tho Xeal liiothuith" by El'bert NEAL INSTITUTE 820 13th Ave. West, Calgary. Phone W4525 Dc-niai-ila by Boston and lE.ulrcad station Maine for n have bec-n -ranted. ne pla in de coHeiUon pbte thfa sah arp. nustEken, sah, It WAK a dime an' Yale Record. pthcr car repairerb had gone to in- spect a car on the repair track niter the switch luJ been open to r.llow note cats to be put on this track. Seeing the other tars coning knowinjs that the cars would be moved further up the tlirrc ol the men, cue being Milr.cr, m the statdinj tards to hare the, ride, H seems that the oncoming oars were rJiunted hard and Mfcer, who was standing lour feel from the tr.d o! the. car, not cspretiuR such a shoci waa uot prepared aad fell lor- wanl. Hb lett !eg was soTcred above the knee and his right, ahove the pnlile while Ms dngcrs Kere torn sway his body very badly wuis- ecl sr.d crushed. It was, howcrer, against the rules of the compahy for the repair tncn to go i.eur the cars alter itie SMtch had hern opened and that being the case, no blame, co'Jld possibly he attached to any person, as tlier were on the cars at their 6-rn rist. i'lhe voting on, the; town held ycstctday and all w-cro car- ried with liltle or- no opposition, there being only thirty-nine ratepay- ers in all to Msit the polls The purpose ol the bylaws was to short- en the term on outstanding, unsulil debentures from 40 to 20 years, and increase the rate ol interest fnc to six per cent. This will effect ihe following suras of money, 000, to he cipcarled id connection yilli the coastriiLtion and extension municipal system of water- works anil in the extension and en- largement of the municipal system of electric lighting and power, [or extension and construction ot municipal -sewer sjstcra, to provide for acquiring lands and erect- ing and equipping and building there- on to be used for 'municipal purposes in .Maeleod, for thp. construc- tion posa tcr.sion ol the se'werage systtm. The Accepting o! these bylaivs which pro vide lor the borrowing of wiluprohably raean that nork will he started on the proposed municipal building at once. Mrs.-A. C. Cbocqnelte left this .morning for a two week's visit, fo Calgary. The Rev. V. B. Wilson, of Venhold, 'All i will occupy (Le. pulpit in thp. Presbyterian church here for the ncu two Sundajs. A. McDonald, of Calgary, ha transferred to Maeleod as C.p.K. lo- comotive iorcman at rhis point, re- placing .1. Ii. Madrtock, who has been ctatior.ed. at Crows Xcst. Rev. K. S. Rishop, ol the Metho- dist church, will preach his farewell termon here next Sunday. He will leaie for his r.o'.r homo in Calgary u.iriy wect with his family. His Ei.cctsinr, llev. Auotin Richards, will nrrivo in Maclcpi in time, to occupy the pulpit- on the following Sunday. Since Mr. Bishop has been in Jlac- Uod, he has brcomo popular the citirens in town generally, irrespective of denomination, and his dcp.irfuic is deeply regretted. Mr. A. tlrady is a farewell parly