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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MARCH 30, 1911 THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY [Jelicious Qrawing Dualities" Manifested in millions of Teapots dally CITY CLERK RESIGNS THE TEA OF STERLING WORTH BLACK, fo'lSEO orS E CONFESSION OF JEAN HAD BEEN EXPELLED FROM HIS CLASS HIT l.ir.le O N. V., March I ir.nini. uailer jrrcil fox the c-I Mts-i I.ylii Utertri. its bca'.ea stabbc-J u- lieilh ia the LC.ir in his con-I v.hirh v.as r.iade tfalurdjy! that he asfc- pj Beet-l.er u> gu v.iih hici ID' i-'.e his parents iu rejjnl lo !iis le- nstatrmcn! in the Polar.rt sthool, which, iie had hK-n ci- at the 1102. lleforc litir arrivil, Miss Hixtb- tr o.-caine irijIiteneJ, he ar.il in- sisted upon tliar.itsi de- dares he th-iihit I-.fr with a wrc-ch, uliieh ir had ccr.iealed his uociet cd turned tec rioun. Then he heat jitr, her several times with a J.nife, drasceil her body into the b-sh- cs, weiil home aLd lo bed. DEPOSITED CHEQUE IN TORONTO BANK WHICH WAS ENDORS- BY EDMONTON BANK cm UTILITIES IS ML-s K. M. Joaes. rily clert. has W. A. Stephens has beer-, appointed tr. the position. The resignation wilt become eKec live within a r.ioab. at tioa was alUKetr.tr i-.r.eipecteiJ. llei action was considered by the roiumis sior.er.-i this ai'.erncoD, who lhc siin.it ion was accepted. it was well known when Joacs uas appointed in January that she would rcsifin before the end pi sis months, h'Jt it "as the. let- ter would not so before The commis- sioners earlier than-Jtir.e. A. Siephrns. who received tbe appointment, was connected witb tbe office ior live months last summer. SAY THE COMMISSIONERS WHO THEREUPON GIVE THEIR REASONS Taxation of tho muuiMfal utilities Is as justifiable slid proper Suction in tho discount on lUlil bills. Tills to be the po- 'itK'ii of the- commissioners, as rath- i-reJ Ihis morning by tbo llcuti. Tho were advanrttl a ri'suU oi au rililerial In the Her- aU Friday uis'it. The .talm Hut th'.' r.ublii- utilities arc as in'jch subject to taxation as Viivjtely o-.viied utilities, and that clioiru in tit? different depart- ments under the utilities have here- tofore been fictitious. The tixfs on the plants atr.ount to fboielhins live (11.009. This amount foes lato tho general revenue, tending to redueo the seueral tases. The total ir.rr.t OD the utilities amounts to S'74.405. Mow for i lie establishment of these plants conies frem lures issued ou tbe credit ot tbe whole city, not on the credit of the consumer. Hence.-it is the position of tbe commissioners that tho public should benefit, -xbich they cannot do unless taxes are levied. If the plants were exetuui from taxa- Morden, Man., Dyck's cross-examination was taken up ajain today by J. D. Suffleld for the defence, when the trial of Javk Krafctenfco -waas tibrj. It Is claimed that only tho con- sumers, of water, light and power, and patrons of the street railway will benefit on fictitious which go toward the reduction of rates', while :he city us a whole is paying fcr the utility. It Is the opinion of Commissioner Reid that the dar load on the plant can be increased sufficiently lo pay tlie taies, the renewal fund, and still show a profit in the large enough to warrant the further reduelloii of rates or increases In tb'e discount rate. The load can be created to the maximum without itt- otiicr than for coal.. Boss of the Cleaners and Dyers Good French Dry Ck-iuiiuu'. Sloiim Cleuninj. Dvcinir willi the and Sillv or to Us new brightness, wilh (lie product, of skilled work- men ami itluas. POINTS TO KMMKMHEIJ THE VALET CLEANERS AND DYERS Kiss Cull and Deliver. (JOS 3nl Ave. Soiilli. Phone IS 12. LIEOT.-GOVERNOR BULYEA AND HON. C. R. MITCHELL BE. HIND PROJECT Efccntoa, Alta., basca Mining company has bcc-n ganized in Kdcontcn and incorpor- ated with 3 capitalization of 000 under the laws of thc-provir.ee ot ;i Is the aim of lie department: .Siberia to explore tte country con- to lower the power rates so that this tiguo'JS to I.-aVe Athabasca ai.d Greal resumed alter tie fl wm be The general Thc provisional uirect- public benefits from the taxation of ors y H_ v Uulyea, of the tiioney stolen from the Plu. still ruling, but ejthej. VK js Ea_U tu be almost nothing. Dyck said that lie had heard jo Coulee jdcDied 0! To-onto Cnl.. JIan-b 30. Wten to Morris appear.1 in the doc. pan o! in !tc police court today tlie choree Ue Thcre is a narrow a.i-'iisl him was one oi fraud. It is blaok-chitfou wilh a wide buUerfij that .three raoaths aso, the at {te tacfc_ a.: the Calgary es-acctiuntaai, catae to Toroato and deposited uith Ucj Union Tnisi company, a cheque foE'Sl.177 by ar, KanV. It sufcaoqucntlv transpired 'ti-at tlie endorsement on the cheque! was a foivcrr that. JloirU Alter evidence of arrest. rtlie cxtuso'd remanded until April. Of fiesh-pink crepe wiUi raised''t3 He had never toll, pattern, ibc slight lunlc of anyone he knew where ?300 of U match belnj edsfd wilh He had uo suspicioii tte inomins of Dtxrember 3 iljat the bank lo be roftfced that day. The in the car IQ "which (he trip froirj Plum Coulee made. wiU be recalled tomorrow, .Dyciv to be be exanir.ed on that nolat by tlie de- Otherwise, Dyck's cvlccacc is complete. AfiOHFIHHED DYSPEPTIC inis it i tltKin is wfticb as bad as hopeless as j-oura can poiiibly be. Tills ittheeiptrieiMreo: Mr. H.J.Bronn, 384 Balhunt St, Toronto, in bU ova "Gen I hive ci adi pleasure In to JOT the reccircii from your Na-Dm-Co Dyspepsia Tablc'j can cbee.fullj rcconiicecd tiea. I d confirmed JyapipdawiUi all NOBLEFORD LITERARY SOCIETY HOLDS DEBATE Xobleford, Alia., March The Noblelord Literary society gave a box social ealertainaiect an hour's Grand agreement with programme last iiEglit 1n tbe Echool TLe feaature oi. the sonic vocal rend'.-rtiil by the Holland chair from south of here, Professor C. Vtin Egmand While it was rendered in their nat- anguaee, it plain to be seen liavc rfarlied the music of a high clasa. e officials of W nr MO ill TVashington, B.C., Mflrrt defined reports :n tlijlomatic circles today said that Aiutossaiipr .Jusser- and, who Iras rieen tie representative or France In tbis couutry for the eleven years, anad vfho is the Charles minister ot pub- !ic works for Alterln Kli J- Tay- lor, capitalist; Thonias D- Pichc, prospector; Stulclihuiy, in- vestor, and Ch'ticliUl Freeman, tjai- ristsr, Hdnionlon. The company lia.s taken over the assets aiiit properties ot the Atha- basca Mining Syndicate, -alion issue of 250.0GO paid-up shares oi its capital slock. At pres rat it SOU" acres- ot nickel clatras, 160 acies ci iron1 and various material (or carrying en it: work. N'o development has ret bra carried-on, the policy ol thc syndi cate having been to .secute by stak- ine anil prospecting as large an area possible, but it is thc intention its wretched and tried ato-Jt t 'j i( ilol in the Uiv rates also ,0, Ib. -Tjbkts Uit btfj curative f coyld Grand Trunk ihererer Ihe latter s find. It is HOT such apleisurt toer.joj mtals witJi their coa5cq-jcnt atlorr.cutirathijforllic that comyany, -.y l-lilcb. the a-.vard of tlie Board of. tonimiisioners the United Stales vs. Canada." J. R. dtalt with tho case last fall Lave Deen McKinnie and Kenneth R. Hunt, for accepted br both The r.e-.v thc and Trofessr.r Dry- of make; the C.P.ii. burgh and M. J. Noble for the nejn- rates, v.hicii IDo hlsh- tlve. TM3 vKt iast meeting dean of Ito flinioir-aiaic cornj here, anioual raised by tic may be transferred to London. H is cnt devoleil to (ho unOerstood tlial tte British post (ucther csplorntioa ol thc fietrl aoJ the oalr one which Ambassador tcivanl llic dcTclopnicnC o! HJB com was Tvillirjc to accepl. alter h'.a SOT-.panj-'s properties, includins thc pur eminent nail einressed the desire to j chase of oilditiocal outfits and the advance him to another Important j payment oE eiprnses anrl Habilllies. on account ol Ule long service nickel range ofl'Vvhich the coin- here. .not officially confirmed, I fmy nas lorated lies an the norlll Sext Friday nizlit there will be a the rumor v.-liich the dinlouialg 0, i.nlce Athabasca at tho f.isl The Natural Htsources of disrusEirg came- from sources thai er.ii, fr.e asssys give the valw o! A Monthly Income For Your Widow A new privilege applicable to all Imperial Life policies permits the assured to specify that the proceeds of his insurance shall, on maturity be payable in monthly, quarter- yearly, half-yearly or yearly instalments for 20 years certain, and long thereafter as the beneficiary named shall live. in tHe caleuUtion of the intulments ft ritt ofinltiMt Is jruirtnleed, piymtms In Ifci C1S5 of participating polEcks vnll be incrciKi by shtr-, in- ir. Interest which the tirni In exeat oi this Thtisforc, by o! an Imperil! policy can provide a definite, tegular income to ate Ior widow" as loaf as Bhc livti, for your children until all of tbera aie at lent old enooih ta be self-supporting. ButthU is onlj one .of the irjny jdvanucca of llrit valuable new Many are explained in our booldet ''Safeguard Your Lepcy." Write for I copy to-day, Il'a very interesting, free. THE IMPERIAL LIFE Assurance Company of Canada HEAD OFFICE TORONTO J. B. Filkk, District Muigtr, LrlikriJit ror this season. lhata lotcf preacriptlonsor nxalltd "cures11 have fsi led to help TOU is no sign that jtm hart got lo go on suffering. Try Xj-Uru-Co Jpysp-p-sia and how quickly tc.s sterling iciaedj Tvill gh t you i c .if f and iUrt yo'-i I'.omacii working properlj. If it doesn't you, jouget your cioney back. 9. box druggist's, CofflpcraadfJ Ly Drug iu.d Cbeioical Co, Ciotda, Sioalrtal, (41 TORONTO WOULD GO DRY than the C.P.R.. _____ Baintalniu? Ilia rate for jards aand City Council Introduces ntstluticn to plov.-s in where Apply thc Scott Act higii'r Ih3t! fnr tho corresooadin? Fcr- Cinadian PaciHc. Tbe becomes effect Its u-Lt'u Ihe Ueinnir.sr of the I to iis leir.j credlled. nickel ranging from 11 to SJ cent, ot in value oi SO to J01 per ton. Tte iron properties arc locnte.1 60 miles rasl of the nicVcl claims. As- sajs of surface samples from these properties the following Iron, CG.70 Per. cent.; silica, 2.12 per cent.; phosphorous. -OH per cent.; and sul- ORDER IN COUNCIL PASSEO- MEMBERS CONFER WITH HON. ROBERT ROGERS Ottawa, March On Hanforrl F.vans, oi Saturday, Winnipeg. chairman oi the recently appointed phur. .OU cent. The proiimity of Uav canal commission, am Ho Ivo'clements necessary in the Frank Melghen, ol one of the commissioners, ha elves FIRE IN TOWN'S his motivo tint the ex-Preaident at- HISTORY temper) lo do his undo ir.Jury BIG LivcrF'iil, X. S-, Marc'i The1' thir'I hii: lite in the liislc.ry tl.t tov.n iif I.itrrpnol occtiircd