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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. SIXTEU-N PAGES Lethbridge, Alberta. Saturday, March �, 1913 PEICE-FIVE CENTS Number 74 WILL AMEND GENERAL INSOWE AC Hon. Malcolrh McKenzie Gives Notice of Further Legislation In Interests of the People of Alberta-r Several Bills of Locallnterest Passed . Bdmonton, March 7.-Tho Alberta . government thasvdeciaed to take up tho question oE giving greater secur- vlty to insurance policy holders by passing legisla^tion which will insure that companies.doing insurance busl- . BOSS In the. province have sufRcient funds af thair disposal to maet the claims o{ policy holders. The question of security of policyholders has'b^en'raised in consequence bl a number of companies asking incorporation this session, some ol which .the private bills committee of the legislature considered had insufficient capital to warrant them going v�ry extensively Into the, insurance busi-ness: Hon. Malcolm McKenzie pointed out that a severe hail storm would put some of these companies out ot ^bu^fnessi Mr; McKenzie has now given notice that'he will introduce a ball to'meet this condition. Tlie bill will regulate all insurance companies doing business in the pro-vinc6. It is anticipated that every Insurance company will be required to make a deposit with the government of $5,000 to $10,000 which the government will hold as security for payrilent ot bon^ fide claims. S; Mr., McKenzie will infove on Monday that; the,,.: house do immediately re-BolYe.itSHf into committee ot the " whole to consider . a resolution respecting-the general insicranco act. fPhi's coiirso' is necessitated - by tho fact tiiat the hill will aBect tho finances of. the province. - The bulk sales act was read a, second time- today and  carried forward [to committee ot the whole, where some, slight changes were made with the object ot limiting power over retailers, w}iich act gives. to wholesale traders m order to protect them from, loss through disposal of stocks ,held by retailers on credit. ' Other bills considered ,jir committee Qf the whole and reported -to the house for a third reading on Tuesday wore Moose Olub, liiaraonton. Country Club, .Jesuits ot Alberta, Edmonton Jesuit College, University Club ot Calgary, Clayline Railway, LetU-bridge Radial railway, and. Elbow Rlvor Suburban Railway. Railwiy bills were also ooasidered in therail-way.s comraittee, where some amendments were made. The committee increased the capital stock ot the Clayline Railway company from $100,000 to $200,000, and dcibionture,power from $15j000 per mile to $20,000 per mile in 4he clause relating to provision of faoilities for the loadinpt of grain Irom farmers' vehicles, the committee ,. made regulations to be subject to the approval ot the Lieutenant-(Jovernor-in-Council.. The followinjg bills .were'i read a third time and passed: Canada Se-, ourity Assurance 'Company; High River and Hudson's ,Bky"-. Railway Company ; Taber .Transit Company ; Central, Canada Railway ; Company-; Tramways Limited .;;,Lethbridge"i Country Club ; At'habasca ..Club tf.^Douglas Club ; Calgary St. ; Andrew's GoU Club; Medicine Hat Golf atid Country Club ^nights bf'Qolurfbus'Club; Calgary Musioians; ' Club p - Chinook. :Jockey..Club ot Calgary; ,.,:.., I DR, PARKIN DEPRECATES. HOL't)/ ING OUT INDUCEIVlEr*Ta:'6^ ' MARRIAGE TO EDUCATED' , . WOMEN London, March 7.-r-That those who kre anxious for'the fiurplus of educated ,.wom REV. Dr. MACKAY * not in a very communicative > mood, but it is understood he ? is to have a private conversa-tlon with Premier Borden. His Naval Policy Doing Worst Possible Service to Imperial Unity Hon Malcolm McKenBie enquired of, ^ween them had thb'floorfromi 12:30 the Minister ot Agriculture if there"'.^^ijij gj^gr^Q ^ was no primer on the subject of the Messrs. Pacaud, Richards and Bov-shipment of pedigree cattle which i,,,:,fl]je^,,in the next two hours until could be supplied to Messrs. Tweedie;,midnight; when Mr Lapointe, ot and Hoadley in o^der that the time (jjo^^reiil,- to-ok the task...... THE "OLD JREliliiC^il^f V-1 ^General Porflro DIaa, thejexlled.ex-Presldent of: Mexlooj/whoiserids.fjrom Egypt a.good will mesMge;totHueria. ALLIES REPLY IO=BE �London, Marcta.^vilThe=''replv ,bt the Balkan allies to Hh? oftor: of the great powers to mediatVin|bringina about peace with Turkey;HViil be'handedHo, the powers Monday,.-according to. dis^ patches today froitf'rSofIa;.' It was not stated wliethei^ the. note, will bo delivered in Rome or Lon'ddn. The. Turks ^are, again, divided-on the matter of peace terms and ..another; revolution is imminenti .according! to;- advices from Couslitta'tiiwple;:.; , /, L^thbridge Radial Railway Charter Edmonton,-'Alta.; March 7.- Power la glyeh tVthe Lothbrldgc Rfidlal Trarrivvay 'po., under the pharter to� construct lines to be pp?'r!�ted Iby, ||ecti;ielty,r or other \in^t^/:^tiVW^^: aw: Stafford,; I �|)4to\pol'nt8:,.lr^;,,tpwfl8hlp^ .lQ,t;|nvrange�:?0^-2j>and: a , oif->6urtt) tneij'ldlalni.^ The commit- minister of public wark*, and any municipal cbuheli Into whose tei^^ ritory the lines ran. � � - The bonding'power of'thejine was raised froms $10,000: to $15,-1 j OOOjper'mllo.^ ^ ' v , , , Atfiliiuse a'vlnav*bevVohicl(>>bf : th�oT*y a prior; right ovepiftl Is pth'..; or vehicle* on the tracks^ J and' a clause which'stlRufatot a.peKaiiy . for \ no|:paymeii|v^^^^ : 'Struck' out,. aHd';.the Msual, clause '. .requiring.'oprnplet('on-i6f.^oon8trucfcii^ tlon  of=thev(it,-^j^v^l^hir�; f |V|iWffr8 of t,he committee might be saved. The committee adjournedwitho'ut any revelations' having been mEiiey and to further satisfy the curlosity-,of. Messrs. Hoadley and Tweedie; -pe-^ .digrees of the animals purchased Will be produced. RICHARD OLNEY I IS WILSON'S CHOICE AS AMBASSADOR TO COURT OF STi V JAMES Washington, March 8.-- President Wilson has offered to Richard Olney of: Boston, Secretary ot State. . in Cleveland's cabinet, the post ot. Am^. bassador to Great Britain. It is not known; whether Mr. Olney j will, accept and it was said today the matter had not gone so far as the sounding o| the court of St. Jam-es as Mr. 01-.ney's accept.ability. No appointments to the other important diplomatic posts had been finally decided upon today. - : AND WIFE WERE OF Hot Springs, Ark., :; March .,.8.. -r Charles A; Garit and;E. Reynolds' of Utlca, Ills., perished in; the � fire which destroyed several mercantiflei establishments' here yeste,r.4ay. Their bodies were; toifnd; in ithevruins of. ;a; dry goods ^ store �'here today. The diST;! covery bore'- out yesterday's ,{earsi , that'all'patrons had npt;* escaped .Irp'm the ,s|ioro which was set.k&flre ' by. a gas explosion. -Mr.rLemtieux's speech was marked by- some: amusing tilts with Hon.. Sam Hughes. .'Mr. Graham spoke under the inspiration of crowded galleries in-the ev-,ening,-.8nd was frequently interrupted by. Conservatives, more particularly by. A. E.. Lancaster. J)r.i.Miohael -Clark had his ..customary ^number of encounters with the :merabors .ito'the> right of the-, speaker.: \ ;.; . .Joke on Conservatives '-.'At midnight Mr. Lapointe intro-.ducedvan-entire change ot-subject .by. raising' the point of order that, the hoiise could not sit .on Saturday ivitHout the consent of all the .members (jr unless formal notice had been ^iven. � . > Airthur.'M. Meighen combatted the. i^ea. ..He said that the:house, was still engaged -with the Monday, discussion.' - He pointed out that, frequently .the Friday session ot the Hoiise- lasts until after midnight. . ;T?. B". Carvell said he was inclined tV" think the point of order was well ;taken'. He .said that. the house often sat until after midnight on Fridays, �liut it was by consent. In this case, exception had been taken by a member and the point was one which should he well considered. ,.Th6 discussion was continued hv A, Ej .Lancaster, Hon. L. P. Pelletier and others. ', Finally .'Deputy Speaker, Blondin, -Who'was'ln. the chair; ruled against the contention of Mr. Lipointe on the score'that .there was no motion to ddjoiirn.before the house. :: ". .Got 'Em Out of Bed rrThe-raising of the point- of order, it. .appears,.,was in the nature of ,a practical,joke put up by the ojipflsir 't'ion:at |he expense of thei-majority: :The.;iConservative whips, fearing:that the.opfiositlon proposed to press the riiatter'to. a division, set out a hur-/rieid 'xali :� for. iricmbers. who had, gone home "to'their beds with rjihe result that'''fiiahy:iof them rushedi,~to, ;>;fche. Uqjise'in a stale of excitement,.only. : tp;;^dl^oo;iter:'thftt .'the. Iiibei;als had no ^i)^nplfia,ol dividin^,nfea Ivouse.,',. London, March. 7.-Under the caption, "Bad Imperialism," a DallyNewe leader discusses the wisdom of Borden's plan of forcing the navaj bill through the Ottawa Commons by means of the closure. The least concessions he can make ttouchi.any"-kind .'6l?fr&6hi; were brought into play'. -.Ten --iqjiai each ten men strongs aud each.^jmdL the command. oi..a th'e duty ol all citizens t'c?"' denounSe sail corrupt practices, when;,: he-Becomes aware of'them." % �-'.'.,"fif:a.curious coincidence 'it was, oivs :� |F(>bruary thirteenth,: the : ver5r,;:,.dayir: il;jt*at| Rainville,: Paquet, Sovigny; Pefe-�letier, Nantel,. Blondmj. Forget, .Les-':?: iParance, and .'the - others:; betrayed lithas'? iNatlonalists to whom- they - owed ihcipjv| ?election that I obtained absolute.-,; jproof of the.'dirty, work .which- iha(Uej, been carried on m Hoohelaga>" . t _ � Mr. Tancrede Marcil, who was de-1 ^ ilfeated m Bagot in the last general:" ;�: leldctions, is one ot the first i rfecruits^^:;', ,ini the Nationalist ranks,: formerly::.�a,:j!-:,i ^journalist widely known .m.this.pro^:;::;; vincB, He now deals in real estate". I , DR^SIGEAR liN iMli WIFE ALLOWED ON; SUSREfslttED'? SE|VJTENCE-^C0NVICTED  OF  ''f : ILLEGAL PRACTICE . ' 'Winnipeg, March ,8!-;-l'Dr,:'.:Hudsoi werp;' gathering;' ,t|iiB ; mo'rning ? : for 'the''hlg-Liberal?.convention ? ..the'i prflviricial ;trba,8urer and ? ; � The combined efforts, o� the ^oard of Trade and iti industrial bureau, anct the iMayor and.vClty: suited, in 'securing a^......^ Industry for MediclnS^ Hat,'" an4 Jtoft. ilc^d:to.'^otei'ofiv between three hundred and six hiyi- ratepayere .willbc; as : tl)� .'bylaw. at an .'early; d Bite and certain exej^j Great West Iro^, Wood\ 'Works, Ltd., Prince X)^ _ ; F. Frank, director-^t,,lilj9,^, Alhiert-, Ssslc!,'' mmm^m 32 15 505?956209 47 96 ;