Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE EIGHT .THE LETHBnroGE DAILT HERATJ TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1MO 'WOTMTNOFMC.PIIN TORONTO, 15.-- President speech ia annual banquet of C.P.R. a'. Toronto March 13th follows One of the duties which the by-laws cf the company, if W preference were consulted should umtain would that the chairman of the company, Ov some other officers rould bo obli- gated to mate public lias unfortunately fallen to m> lot 'to be compiled to speak m several places in I'anadu JITIM October 191S. ami 1 Einvcrely believe the most arduous and interesting :3i ..si" of activity per- laiuiuR to tlie vlKst. When I was ut college in 'his city, and aftcrmmie when I practiced law in Moutreal. I jiriiled myself upou tbe fact that never cu auy occasion, out- fide ot a court or a commission, did I indulge- iu making, either platform, or after-dinner. iu ray ignorance 1 considered Xliat was ;i it is onu of I ertrtordlnirlly xeU no doubt will admlalcter the 1m- 1 portant (uncUone ol hta. Iho ho showed in the wrvlces. i Mr. ______ 1 bone of thit __ in biratelf Inut loyajtj- to tat' he represents combined tlo.n Mid faircws nWofc hM _..... the ottMR UM ot gtest to both. 1 r.ollce too, wnoeg the ISvKed guests, my friend His Worship the Muyor. wliose insistence upon tha riihts of his city In all matters of controversy has been hare not been to wree always vvit'a the of tie City ol Toronto, but wo have setuiblo oard, in succession to tbe late Mr. Matthews, Sir Jobn Eaton who by reason o? Uis wide spread interests as a citizen of Canada ii a very, outstand- Uiimi's at a moment wbeu the night tweeu tbe Canadian Fish and Cold men.conlributed largely lo their suc-iclerk was alone. While one Md up Storage Cou'pauy oi! .Prince- Idest of those associated with the many exercise their economic power Tho haTo a he Canadian Pacific enterprise. Sir and drive out the military forces and ximund Osier, ami lala the Bbert government sews have been connected witb ompany for many years. The former or 35 years and. Jho latter for 31 ears prior to his death. From iheir siociation ou Ibe'boBnt we have re- eived the counsel and assistance vhicb was so essential to the cont- lany's success and.to them wo.who lave succeeded.lo the responsibilities BOARD OF CONCILIATION OTTAWA, March minister of labor bas appointed a board ot con ciliatiou to deal with, the dispute be men, conmuuieu largely 10 mtir but- cess, ami that tbe stimuarJ-ot person- i the clerk with a gun, the other robbed al Integrity, official courtesy and com-! the till. Then Ihey disappeared Into merclal efficicncv which they followed i the night. Tho clerk Immediately 0., amT its employees who are mem- are just ineffective n.ail just as nec- essary today as ever Largest in World It is not necessary for me lo 'men ll is uoi. utitcssar> :LM me LU men- i-.ivi tion to you any of (he (iiitstanding fac-l night clerk. tied tho city police, and detectives were at once on hand to investigate. They have no clue to tho robbers sava the monger description given iors in connection with the company' render your association with It so irnporlaut to you anil to it. In the railway alone there has been Invested cash in excess of eight hundred and NEGRO GIHL MILLIONAIRESS FOR PERIOD OF 3 HOURS and important, member community. Tha members of.th--------- look forward io his. as so elation with the greatest possible nr'tSl? thirfy million dollars. In its sttbsld- iarv enterprises there arc many more millions, sol am safe. I think, in say- [hem with pleasure. In common Trith'all of you I regret ing that it owned and operated MUSKOOKB, millionairess for three hours. Sarah Rector of -Mus- kogee, the richest negrb girl in the n "in sai--1 United States, today signed, a deed ot trust turning her estate 1 tn r-nro nf Vipr cuardian. The transportation agency in [he world. It has been, con- servatively financed, and supporled by servativey manceu, ann supporieu ay the absence of the chairman of the; government in its nnn.nnn.- "Kt.f T ro o 1 I rt ,t TVl-lllTfl hft i company, but I realize it would be asking a good deal of him, especiolly when his proper ambition is to be re- lieved ot as many 'duties as possible in order that lie may consider his time entirely his own in the period of respite .which he has- earned .by his long dsEtlnguished and notable ser- vices to this company. The Railway Situation On the occasion of our last banquet In a -way which was then over to the care negro girl came into (ho money to- day, when she -jaeaclicd the ago, ot IS. spirits might get 'she de- clared, and she voluntarily executed the deed of trust. The girl's mother, Governor, the presence of all whom I wish to assure them is very welcome and deeply appreciated. Tribute to Mills If I might further without invidiousncss, I would like lo I supplying, the trahsp retention the gratification we all feel i ments of the country. Mllskogce aHotted to l indiall land. She is part Mrs Jclm Kadey, Chtpman. X. H., at the presence of Iho Hon. Mr.-Mills, have used Milbnrn's Last- minlUer of mines, and Mr. G. Wver Pills for some time and can re- Cheater, representing me directed against and chattels of F. Z. Taylor and. W..H. Merrleks, name In the said Lien I the following goods, namely: CREAM SEPARATOR, SIZE No. 1. CREAM SEPARATOR, SIZE No, 2. WHICH 1 SHALL EXPOSE FOR SALE ON THURSDAY, THE 18th DAY OF MARCH, 1920 At Court House at the hour of Three P.M. Dated: Uethbridge, March 1st, (Signed) T. J. SIMONS, lailiff. Your Next Actual service on the road guarantees your satisfaction with Maple Leaf Tires. Freedom from tire trouble comes when you equip with Maple Leaf Tires, built with long mileage kfept steadily in view. 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