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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. M.MVCU It, 1920 THE UKHAUI PAGE NINE Question To Be Decided at Do- minion Convention Delegates Leave Wednesday War'veterans stand'ptAul equally '.'divided c'a-lhe question their YsitfcUtlon entering politics, Dominion' contention in Montreal this month, 'and '-Mr.' tongworth reipjcts i'dftHioti' Ing the asfiocliitloa' out of politics. Mr.rLunrworth.-.with Mr. ,v. Georeo lames, will the LeUihridiB. :.TIiey 'w.Ill Blame Issues Warning leave Lsthbridgo Wednesday after- noon. Many important questions will bo discussed by the Alberta delegates. These were talked over at tho meet- Ing ot the provincial executive In Calgary on Sunday, at which Mr. was present. Among the subjects to he brought before the Do- minion convention arc: Pensions; one hundred per cent, for disability; soldiers' settlement board; purchasing of Irrigated land for soldiers; gratuity, and Induslrlal loans. The work of the soldiers'settlement board will probably coino til for con- But Germans Have I'rOOf Ana slderable crltlcls-ji. The veterans want the government to waive the ten per cent. Increase in all cases. At Iho present time it Is only waived under certain circumstances, lu regard to the gjies- Uou of a lump sum settled. A proposal will be discussed "which will suggest that the government, fix "a sum for all overseas, or maWa'Sllding scale to" be ruled by the length of service overseas. V V-'i At the, executive meeting In Calgary decided to give the delegates'.a free "hand in their actions at the Do- minion .means'thai the provincial body will not dictate as to how they shall east .their votes ot the ques- YALE CAFE OPENS "W GRAND STYLE BB8LIN.' March Joac hioi. Albrecht, cousin of tho forme German emiierqr, and Captain vo riHtcn. aro loclicd up in th Moablt jail final action 0 TO WEAR OFF TJrireth'emoPf. Tlity vion'tdisippcar thejiiiclves.' Ajid IK-auaches and Js'cu- not slopped, at first, return wilh and develon into a dangerous chrome trouble. C: K. Q. rest. Both disclaim respons bjlltv .lor tho alU'c.1; In the Adlo French corn hjlssion, hut tho .state's attorney ha -confronted lueni with daniBging given by dining room employee nd :several guests-'wTioso corrobor va. testimony.'apparently Implicate 10 prince and captain with tho thc.assault. Gpuut an Austrian, wl the prince's table, charged hal Ihe prince not only shouted: Throw out the the dogs f I hey refuse to go." but Ihrew crock- ery and glassware at the Frenchmen, whereupon other guests Joined In the .ttack on Captains Klein and Roughe.- In. A certain 1'rlnee Hoheulohe is charged with removing one ot his loots and striking one of the French officers. A report.has heen forward' I C.B. Q. [edboij Up'Coldi, Etc. ever previously- approached this uormous total. A new record was also made in tho ew business actually Issued and paid or, which totalled an In' reasc over the previous jear of or 67.7 per cent. One record after another appeare 0 havo beon made'by this company, 'he total buslnees In force reached! he huge lolul of sbowlugr an Increase of over 1918. The proportion which the increase In he iuaiuess in force bears to the total new bUBiuosB written during the year s a striking commentary on the per- slstonco of the policy holders tn main- alnlug their policies with the com- pany. Tho assets of. the company exceed- ed the hundred mjlllon mark. a gain ot SS.091.0S9. In- come-totalled gain 053.1QU surplus at December 31st was while profits paid and al- lotted amounted to sum. jiaiil ta. pollcr-holders was bring the total for this depart- FRANCHISE BILL IMTRODUCet) ment since organization up to f 532. Officials ot the company are convinc- ed from these figures that the com- mencemcnt of an enormous expansion j __- In the life assurance of Can-' ada will mark the present year. OTTAWA, March Hugh GuthrEe Introduced franchise bill in the house this afternoon Are You a Quipsler? See Page Nine. FATHER OF 11 KILLED QUEBEC, March Bel- 40 years old and the father of 11 cblliren. was killed yesterday at St. Clervais, county of Bo-llechasso, while sawing wood. Let Cuticura Be Your Beauty Doctor CUIMARO _L: A man is as old as Ins organs, he can heaHhy ?t 70 as at 35 hia organs in performing their functions Keep yoiir vitaJ organs healthy with COLD MEDAL to a splendid dinner, with Mr. J. C Sen. manager, as host. In the art of cooking the dinner was unanimously voted as eicellenl, and the manage ment received many compliments. .The. Yale Cafo Is beautifully fittcil up, ami ncC expense has been 'to fnafee H one of the most up-to-date establishments of Its kind in tho city The interior of -the restaurant Is loft. and finely ornamented, .with provlslor tor the general public and for privat parties, for whom qfsht bpothp ar provided. The kitchen is large, clean and airy, 'with' 'everything fresh ani new anil suited for all; culinary r5 ranted to the widow of a inn who has married within .one.y-gar la retnrnrntnided' ''Of ihendment to a prirlod of'two' tier discharge. Tho preecnl pension o orphans is conslderfid InadequRtfl nd a resolution that thistle inert >d' and also mode nnyablc oil tloq rrespectivo to the causes Ijiorepf, al- 'wlfl he presented.' New liusincss Wrillcn Las Year Toliillcil Also Over Hun- dred Million Mark A new high record In application for nsanranco policies was attalno by Ihe Sun.Mto Company of Canail during the past year, according to th ISIh Annual report of Ihe Compan Just Issued, which shows that on hundred million dollars worth of Kiiraur.es wore "written during tho pas (wolvc months. This figure marks an epoch in the insurance business of Canada as no SUN LIFE ESTABLISHED NEW :LANDM ARKS in 1919 .Ncw.niiltsiono in the ptogr'cfj of the SON Lirr. ASSURAKCI COMTA.VT OF CANADA were pawed in 1919. Applications received.....................................orcr '.....................................over llOO.iWO.OOO.CO WM.MO.OM.OO Gratifying frogrcss W-M mide in all oihcr dcpirimcnls rSnring the year. SYNOPSIS FOR 1919; Assets as at 31st December, Cash Income from Premiums, Interest, Rents, etc., in 3919.....................; intifuc Profits Paid or Allot ted to Policyholdm in 1919................................ Total SurplusSlst Dumber, 1919, over all liabilities tal................. (Acnuilliil lollie Itc IS) Table.with JK ind 3 KI iSrfllu, ihi B: O. SclMl AmrollT T.WM wlh J H cent I o loral.) Death Oalms, Matured Endowments, Profits, etc., during 1919.................. Payments to Policylfolders since Assurances issued and paid for in cash during 1919..................' Life Assurances in force 31st December, Ufc Asiuraiiccs appJicd for during THE COMPANY'S 4.05J. 101.41 503.37 IS72 1SS! irs.j75.6s 4.S16.U9A3 Ttt SVff LIFE ho" Men M :Aprill7 ...May May IS PROPOSED SAILINGS NEW LIVERPOOL Carmania ..Apl 6 Caronia ...A K.A.Vic. .May 8 Caronia ...May 22 K.A. Vic. .Junl2 Carmania ..JunlS NEW CHERBOURG AND SOUTHAMPTON Maurclania Maurctanla imricrator Mauretauia linperator May 29 Mauritania Juno 1" NEW PLYMOUTH via Havre and Southampton George Apl 14 Hyl George May 19 Hyl George Jun 23 George Jul2fc NEW GLASGOW via Movllle olumbia. Apl 17 Columbia olumbla .July 3 Columbia .July SI NEW PLYMOUTH' AND HAMBURG axonia Apl NEW PATRAS, GREECE Piinuoutii -Mcti S! GLASGOW- Cassandra AP' a GLASGOW Sutilrnla .May 1 Cassaiu'ra MayK Salurniii .June 5 Cassandra June IS Drafts, Money Orders and Cablo Remittances. For full information apply to an; R. R. and S, 8. agents, or to Com lany's Oltlce, SCOTT BLOCK, 270 Main St., Wlnnloto W. Q. TALDOT Loan Manngcr Edmonton, Alia. HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL T. E. MACAULAV, President ARCHIBALD MC.TEER M.inagor, Soulh Alhorlr. Blvislnn Herald Building, Cslgnry, Alia. W. A, LEVITT KepruJdnlftUvc Lcthbrldne. Alta. NOTICE .Notice is hereby given that appli- cation has been mude under tha pro- visions ot Iho Irrigation District Act. 1915, for tho formation of a' Wator Users' District, to be kcown as The Kast Lcthbridee Water Users' pic- Irict, anil Including within Its boun- daries the following lands: Township 8, Ranne 21, West of the 4th Meridian That portion of the north, east Qiiar- ler ot section 14 lying, north .of canal 'right of way irrigation 1S9. That .portion of the soulh half 'of'-s'ecflon 23 lying-north and east of oanal right of way Irrigation plan 189. That por- tfon of the cast half ot the north west quarter of section 23 lying north anil east of canal right of way irrigation plan 189. The nonh east quarter of section 23. That portion ot the north west section 25 lying west of canal right of way irrigation plan 56. All of section 2C. .That' portion of section 27 lying east of canal rlghl 'of way'irrigation plan 1S9. Thai portion ot ihe south half of section 33- kno.wn- as "Henderson Tliat portion of the south east quarters at section 33 lying north and oust of railway right of way and canal right of way Irrigation plan 189. That portion ot 'the north east quarter of section 3.1 lying smith and cast nf canal right of way ir.rlsntion plai' ISd. The'south half of section 34. Tliet portion of'the north west quarter of section 34 lying south and ensl of cnnal right of way Irrigation plan 55. Tho west half nf the norll: cast quarter ot section 31. The south halt and the north oast Quarter section 35 and that portion of section lying west of canals rights ot way irrigation plans 56 and 229. Township 9, Range 20, West of the 4th Meridian Those portions of the north west quarter of section 30, the soutli. east quarter ot section 31 and the north halt of section 31 lying north and west of tho line of. lowest depression running in a general south woslcrly and north easterly direction through sections 30 and 31. Township 9, Rango 2t, Went of jho