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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRI�GE DAILY HERALD WE ACT AS EXECUTOR AND TRUSTEE UNDER WILLS, LIQUIDATORS, ASSIGNEE, RECEIVER; GUARDIAN OP INFANTS, AND COMMITTEE OP LUNATICS, ETC., ETC. , ' We undertake financial agencies of all kinds,,superintend investments and collect dlvidendB,-Interest -and agrefement payments. GIVE. YOUR BUSINESS TO A LOCAL ENTERPRISE.' BRITISH CANADLWi TRUST & GUARANTEE GdMPANY Conybeare Block, Lethbrldge, Alberta.; C. F. P. Conybearo. Esq., K.C., D.C.L. S. Haxton, President � Managor and Seo'y Medicine Hat and Redcliff WE HAVE BUYERS WAITING AND SOLICIT YOUR LIST-; INGS. GOOD BUYS ALWAYS RfeAOY. REFERENCES: ROYAL ^ BANK OF CANADA, MEDICINE HAT....... J. A. Bell & Co. 368 TORONTO STREET MEDICINE HAT ! Look Here!  ~' - l5o you want to sell your Medlcine'Hat property? ^ If. so, list It 'nrith ua for quick saie. We have buyers .waiting to pick up anything that'is good if the price 1b rlglit.;_;,- Eicbardson, Tennant, Spiane & Co. Real Estate and Financial Brokers. P. O. Drawer, 1110; Phone 984. Medicine Hat Mazeppa, Alberta Has Excellent Openings loi>- Bank';. Harhess Shop General Store. Hardware Store � Lumber Yard Drug Store - Doctor ^ , , , Restaurant ~ . Livery BSrh" ' ' J - Implement Warehouse. Barber Shop ^^Blacltsniith ''Grain J3ealer . Live 8tcKPoultry Dealer Boarding House. njAZEPPA  f*fJ,*;,,'H8sVtributary territory o�'lOO-84uare,5iiles of the .oldest and '' moBt^tWcMy^-popiUate^ mixed farming district of Alberta. ,......ii;^atttth;:& Lindsey ,'. r^^uggKBloqic,-':-.^:.. .... ^-talgary,'Alberta. UECN 'ALEXANDRA'S PROGRAM 'Sv^^I^ndon,'March 7.-Qaeen Alexandra yili npt cruise ia the Mleditera^inean ia'-apring. She does not dare to go ;.*|]^ntoI,Gr,eet-waters while the -war con-rls^iiieB.:  She Is much concerned, also, JfM'WJlth^th.e ilhiesa of her sister, the Do-wr-\"^^erJ-BmpreBS of Russia, and would like, !It possible, to take her-yearly -irlsit northward; "tristead^of the south, ^Oithat she can mj^t hsria.the Baltic. J -The. Queen, Mother has usually left for the Medlteraimean about OJe end ofFebniaTy, iut this year she "will remain at; Sandringbam throughout March, and go to Denmark, Norway and the Baltic soon after Easter. hM-gp�la�itil,MtfMFiMld>0 07C AAA �TMlA.Kta(Wr)$69,(M|M0O , Ouf banking /service does, not end T.'................................^....., .. ......-^_, with handling your cash or comineroi^v paper. 'We are prepared to advise with yoa. confidentiaily on any finari,:ial matters connected witKjjroiir business or investments, and to give you;tie advantage of our experience .and'^our. intiniate 'knowledge of business conditioiis; -' � ' LETHBRIDGE BRANCH I GRASSY LAKE BRANCH - G, R. TINNING, Manager!  'A. B, KING, Actg Manager! THE CANADIAN BANK F OF COIVBSIERCE HAS mSTALIXD I'sllifeETY DEPOSIT BOXES. Insuraace Polifcdes these boxes It �amt^XUATlCfS APPLY TO ~^ Rourse,. Mgr. Magratb. March 6.-The Magrath town council held a very- animated session last night, at which the ,pool ball question was discussed at great length. Probably this is the first time in the history of government when the "'-at minister vas leader of the opposition. Mayor Hirie led Ihe forces headed by Councillor H�athcr-shaw, who was successful in passing his motion to rescind the action of the 1912 council in respect to carrjhngthe case to the Supreme Court. The vote, which decided the fate of this much-discussed question stood as follows: For-Matkin, Hfeathershaw, Jensen and Chipman; against, Mayor Rlrie, and Councillor Bennlon. Ckmnolllor Hasmuseen was absent, being detained at BuTley, Idaho, on account of the illness of his wife. The. session was, probably the most exciting for a good while. Strong language was used by Councillor Chipman in intimating underhanded and veiled methods of last year> council In dealing with the case. He said they had rushed the resolution through when" only, pan of the couur cil was.ipresent. He wanted- an explanation, and;warmlng up to his subject, made his as&ertlons- more emphatic by Introducing a little of the forbidden. Councillor Bennlon was on his feet in an instant, insisting that the speaker be called to order. The Mayor very gravely ruled Councillor Chip-man out of order, adding that an apology was due the members, of the 1912 council. His Worship said the charges' of Councillor Chipmen were unfounded.' The minutes were called for and read, showing that -when the resolution to put the cas� through to the highest court in the pr'>vlnce was passed," the motion was carried. Councillor tieathersaw voting against It. Councillor Chipman, it developed, was not; in. attendance. , CDuncIlloT Chipman then offered an apology, although he was convinced the council had acted very Indiscreetly In the matter. He wanted to see it settled, and settled-quick. In answer to a question from Councillor Matkin. the Mayor sal.d M. Johnstone, of Lethbrldge, bad declared' to him the town had only one chance out of three of winning, regard: lesa otthe views of the town's attor-. n^srSMesars. Palmer & Lewis.- Councillor Jensen made a quiet, logical and conciliatory address, in which hevplainly stated his'opinion.* He believed the liool hall' case bad been agitating the public long ea-ough. It appeared to him the -town had little chance oif winning out; the court did not sit till June, and the people were calling loudly for a final settlement. He, therefore, opposed fprther,JJtiga.tipn. Councillor Heathershaw and Coun-; clllor Matkin were of the same mind, l^he jIVIayor and Cjpiii&cillor Bennlon, however, still put up a strenuous fight. Mr..Bennlon delivered, one of Ms characteristic speeches, fiill of pepper and straight-from-the shoulder. The question was called for, and,as the. Mayor rose to add a few final words, an.iexpre8aion>ot?crushing disappointment was written plainly on his face. Whatever may be said/of Mayor Rtrie,^ be is every. Inch a man, .Who a'ghts^io tie last for What he believes is righfc IjHs voice trembled slightly; "Gentlemen,*'he said, "I am honest In ^my vle]*s. , I, truthfully think that If we carry this case to the Supreme-- Court, there and only there we will win. This Is a government for the people. We are oppos�d .to pool halls almost to a man, and our rights as. a � community should and will be respected Jf we carry the case to a higher and a more competent court. If we Ipse, gentlemen, I pledge myself before you to pay all of the expense of the suit." I would urge my colleagues to think well before voting.", The motion lyas then put and carried without turther'comment. GtruncHlor.Matkinfgave notice that he''would introduce a bylaw at the next meeting, licensing and governing pool hails. This settled the subject for a certainty, as the police and license committee will draft:* bylaw agreeable to the pool operators. It will, said Councillor Heath^rsbaw, make Ma-grath the town In the Dominion of Canada drawing the highest licenses for pool tables. : .Before the pool question came up for-consiideratlon a number of matters of importance were dealt with.' The Agricultural Society petitioned the council for a grant of f/ve hundred dollars, and in a commi'"'-""-^ from Mr. John Turner, chairman of the Finance committee of the Board of Trade, that body asked for an appropriation of the same amount. These .were both refeired to the Finance committee. The Women's Institute asked the council for th� privilege of holding a bazaar in the upper cbiamber on Oood Friday. This was granted. Mr. Goodwin, a surveyor from Lethbrldge, offered to plot the cemetery for the council and put the same In an ordorly plan. It was decided to liut this question In the hands of the Works, and Property committee, with ptfwer to act. / A number of. bills were presented. The matter of addltlopal furniture for the town hall was handed over to the ,Works and Property committee, and the meeting adjourned tor two weeksi, subject to a ppeci^.l call. �; Miss Hazal Btoddard,and Mr.. 0. y?'; Stoddard returned on Weclneaday from St. Paul and Minneap9lls, Minn., where, they have been visiting for the past six weeks. They report'a -mostvenJoyaWe visit; ' . , J., J.- Atherton. .editor ,ol -thsePlon eer, left this morning for Calgary on a business trip. He will return on Monday evening. Tuesday evening of next week, the M. I. A. DramaUo Club will sUge their contest play in the Electric Theatre. Some veiry clever talent Is included in the cast of cbaraeters, and no doubt the atiraotion will draw a capacity bouae. The n�(v hotel, Mr. H, McConnell, proprietor, is now open and Is doing a very satisfactory business. The hostelry !� thoroughly renovated and the management aims to conduct a modern business in every detail. A local newspaper man had the pleasure of seeing a full page feature story of the proposed Mormon temple in Alberta prepared by him, appear In the special Saturday edition of a prominent Calgary dally. HeportSi from Mr. Lynn Gibb, who is completing his musical studies at Provo, Utal}, prior to going abroad, indicate a .rapid progress. John I. (Jhlpman, a well-known Sheep man of Magrath, is. loud In denouncing the statements of G. A. Hocking, recently reported In-the Herald, regarding the purposes of the Wool Growers Association. The association, he asserts, has no evil designs, but on the contrary is working to build up the Industry in the south; Mr. Chipman says the facts have been mutilated !by certain press reports, and that the only way to establish the business fairly to all Is for the farmers and wool growers to unite and come to'a peaceful and satisfactory agreemc^nt with the government. Considerable interest In manifest hero in respect to the session of tbe Grain Commission at Lethbrldge next Thursday. A large delegation will be In attendance from Magrath. . Judging Prize Horses at Brandon Brandon, March 7.-^The great winter fair and Ifat stock ehow entered upon its last stage today when the championships and grand championship Will be awarded. There was a capital attendance lining the great arena wben the judging ,of thje horses was resumed by Jas. Kennedy, Chicago; D, Carglll, Seven Persons, Alta.; Peter Boreatson, Wellwood and Dean Rutherford, Saskatoon. Canadian Clydesdlile Association fkpeclaJ of }60 for single draft horse or gelding, sired by Clydesdale and recorded in Canad-lar. Clydesdale book, was won bx A. C. "McPhall; Brandon. Seven horses faced .the judges. Canadian Clydesdale association special fo ragrlcultur-al mare or gelding foaled previous to 1910, bred in Manitoba, Saskatchewan or Alberta, registered stook barred, first R. McPhall, Brandon, ?2B.0O; second, F. 'McBean, Harte, ^16.00; third A. Smith, Rapid City, flO; fifteen horses exhibited. Special draft and agricultural sweepstakes for heavy draft or agricultural gelding or mare, foaled previous to 1910, bred .In Manitoba, Saskatchewan or Alberta, registered stock barred- R. McPhall, Brandon, who beat his brother, A. C. McPhall. Percheron Society of America specials for champion stallion any age, o-wned by lexhibtltors-first, $5 and gold medal, Jaume, Colquhon & Beat-tie, Brandon; second, silver medal, Mormont, John H. Stout, �V\'eyburn; third, reserve ribbon, Qasdon, Colqu-houn & Beattle. Saturday, March ^, 1913 mjLTiPi^ " 123456789 or 987654321 By any of the following pairs: 18, 81; 27, 72; 36, 63; 45, 54; and you will be amazed and amused at the result. Great fun this for the girls and bdys after the evening's'"home lessons" are done./ � THEN FIGURE Out the following:-If I manufacture a goodly number of Lethbrldge Souvenir Books to sell nt a I'easonable 25c each; hut cannot so sell them for. some, reason which may be as good as the book is, what is the best'ttlternatlve plan? , To shelve the goods for some years until they may fall into the hands of Tom Simons or Gus Neldlg at 10c each, OR SELL THEM NOW AT THAT FIGURE. DON'T HOLLER. SO LOUD! We Start In to sail, them from today at 10 cents each. To the snappy newsboy we wIU sell them at 7%c each, and where is the newsboy who can't n^ake his $2.50 per day at the Job? THE BOOK 18 ON EVERY NEWS-STAND NOW AT 10c, EACK. The Printers & Stationers Robert Sage AFRAID OF SUFFRAGETTES, London, March 7.-^larmed at the campaign of destruction which the suffragettes are pursuing. Queen Mary has decided not to exhibit any of her paintings at the Royal Amateur Art Society's" exhibition. The Society has for, its patroness, Queen Alexandra, and'for tire laSt quarter of a Century has been noted for its royal exhibition. , , HAVE ARRESTED THREE BAD MEN Paris, March 7.-By the arrest ot two. sorters of American mall and a notorious character, here, the police of Paris, toelleye they have put an end to.,the robberies which have baffled tHemifor.ten years. 'Tire toliberieB run Into the hundreds of thousands of dollars, and many Americans have suffered. About Your Willi We .are always' glad to discuss confidentially any matters in connection with the drawing of your will. The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limied Public Administrator and Official Assignee for the Judicial District �� � � -of-  > -v/.' . LETHBRIDGE, MACLEOD, CALGARY, WETA8KIWIN 220 Eighth Avenue West, Calgary, H. A. Howard, Manager By.a long process of ellminatldn among two hundred sorters of American mail, suspicion centred upon a sorter named Dupont. He was seen to 'take a package when leaving the post office and meet another sorter, named Roux. The two were afterward joined by a notorious receiver ot stolen goods, who was arrested as he left the Roux lodgings. TJpon being searched the police found $6,400 In American cheques, whereupon b^th Dupont and Roux were arrested. In their rooms numerous partially burned letters were discovered. .Roux confessed to hisi share'of the thefts. He The Car Ahead S9 tudhope "6^48", $2,500 f .o.b. Orillia Qectric Ughtlng and Cronldpy Save the Duty Men too often judge a car by its price/ Having decided to buy ji $2,000 or $2,200 car, they arc not interested in cars that sell for $1,625. ~ When you choose your car rememiaer this. Do notclass ^the Tudhope 4-^36 as a $ 1,625 par. The Tudhope cars are built in Canada. They do not cany the 3 5'% duty charge which, is added to the price of imported cars or cars assembled from imported parts-a charge that mcreases the price uHtkout&ddiaQ to value. The Tuahope cars can he bought at the auty' saving price. The TudHope cars have that massive and well-balanced appearance that marks the perfect car. .Th�r show ca're and skill in the details oi body building, in uphblsterina;, and in finish. The generous proportions-exceptional spring equipment, long wheel-base, big wheel*: these are the things that bespeak comfort, Ireedom from rocidng and \oVan^^-r-asteady car. The acceasories are w�l chosen: Gray.&Davi$'Electric equipment; Extra Tire; small things, perhaps, but evidences of our study fof thoroughness. Ride in a Tudhope car. Feel the quiet throb df the powerful motor. This big silent machine is the product, of a facto^ that takes pride in its^putput The Motors, Gears, Axles are built with ihe~'exacting care that is essential for comfortable touring and depend* able service over Canadian roads. ^ Catalogue cempaiison will give some indicatio'n of the extra value we butl elliptic' rear springs and shock: ab> sorbers. Highest .grade, complete equipment, bclud' ingj Speedometer and extra tire. 5 passenger Tour-, insr Bodjr and 2 passenger < ' Torpedo Roadster^ $1,625 f.o.b. Oriliia. ; TUDHOPE "6-48" hat Gray Davis Electric Light-,ing and Electric CranWng.. Extra deep tonneau cushions. Floating - type rear, axle, extra heavy front axle with Timken tapered Bear-' ings, rull^elliptic undetslung. rear springs. 127-incn; wheel-base-36 x 4^ tires/ Force-feed gasoline, tank and PumpoYcr ' Lubrication.' * � Complete; equipmentj ihcludr ] ing Speedometer and extra] tire. 7 Passen�er Tor. ?edo Touring-Body* 2,500 f.o.b,Orl!ii�;'., ANDERSON CO., LIMITED LETHBBIDQE, aASKATOON, CALGARY, SW|FX CUI^RENT,^ REQINA 2 65 1419 7518 ;