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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 0 If it's rigl'l why change il? A nuilli- tilicily of models is evidence that the maker siill Tliere is Imt one Fonl model. And for five years Mir rapidly growing factories haven't forai alile lo make all could il is right. Our factories have produced moro than a quar- ter of a million Model Vs.' 1'rlces; KunabouL JC75; TourinB Car 5750; TO-V.H Car Walkcrvilte with oil equiiiraenl. For partlc-, ulara set "Kord Interesting auto- mobile It's Walkejvtlle factory. Ford .Motor Company of Canada, Lini- r W. 11. A'IRTUE Avenue South. Lelhbrldff Utilise Our Services WB-AOT AS EXECUTOR AND TRUSTEE 1 WILLS, LIQUIDATORS, ASSIONEE, REOEIVER, GUARDIAN OF INFANTS, AND COMMITTEE OF LUNATICS, ETC., ETC. We undertake financial agencies of all Slnds, superintend Invest- ments 4iid collect rilTidondi, interest and aprwuierit pas meats GIVE YOUR BUSINESS TO A LOCAL ENTERPRISE. The British Canadian Trusts Company Conyhaare Block, Lefhbrldge, C. F. P. Eiq., K.C., D.C.U J. 5. Haxton, President. and Sto'y TIIR Canadian Honia Iiucsitncut Co m Hany uld- c-st and largest homo irjrcbasSng con t r act company In Canada- is NOW uubius more loaus to Us contract holders la Alberta but than at any time In its history. THIS iS EViDENCEOF GREAT VALUE OF OUR PLAN LETHBRIDGE OFFICE 207 SHERLOCK BLDG. 5i i m ,u Government Propose lo Only let Ranchers Have Loans on Their Cattle LOCAL BAR SOCIETY BANQUET? JUDGE ATION IS MADE EFFICIENCY, ECONOMY ANP IN THE ADMINISTRATION YOUR ESTATE CAtf BE AS- SURED BY HAVING THIS'COMPANY APPOINTED YOUR EXE-' CUTOR AND TRUSTEE. ,WE INVITE CONFIDENTIAL VIEWS-HEOARpINQ WILLS. j It ivas a pleasing gathering sat down to the. ba'iitiurt table at the l.clhbridge. Hotel last when His Honor Judsc lloland .Winter, holds the distinction oi b'e'ng the first judge to preside the Dklirct Court in the- l-cthbriflse ju- Ottawa. May Ho-i.e sp.-nt tho afternoon and OH-nii'is Ing the Hank AU In conn 'Hue All the non-contentious, and a ft i of tl.t contentious clauses vert Ti c rasjorlly, however, siai.d our tor Jut. ure consideration. The principal discussion occurred on-'the-clause authorizing loai 5 on grain; and caul? Many inembtrs, particularly those Horn Uie West, thought thai Ihe Idrmcr was being discriminated Hon. W. T. White said thai it dilllcuU to fall in with tins EUZSIE- lion llal tho livestocks of tie niued farmer should he incl'ided, Lt cause oi tho d.lficulty of d-slinlrs Che uord "rar.cber." Finally the stood over.' Tbe question ol tbc planes pad to bank'clerks nas also pkel Siveral members thought lhat ihc liar tleularly the juniors, aie not members took a ccncrarv view. The Minister of Finance in diced lo think that the ionsr clerks should gcfmure ir.crcy. On the adiournnic-sl, HCI'I. Kober Hcsers, who leailing tie House, said tbnt if it "as lo the Opposition, the uiiugct cVjate would] bo commenced on Monday. Sir Wilfrid I.aurlci tbat, aa the attendance would It it n-ould be belter lo make i; Tmday. It was. then agreed tbai ami minor. n-oylj be Ibe order of business On Mcrday. bill authorizing tlie paMncal of a subr-idy to tie Wcs'.ern Dry Dock and SMpWildSng Co. Porl William, 7as-pul committee aiiJ sii- cn reading liori: Peiletier Mr. rariell thought tho bank ilt-rhs tet along all risht if iht-> get the ififa oot of iheir lhac tupposccl to be the jocial li-ciic-rs. lion Mr Eald lhat his ev as Ciown [irosi-cutor in Men trcul thit the bucket shops nnti Ihe Iffoi-ers were (ho places nitre bank c'i.ri.s went ftroog, and lie houghl the Minister of Justice should eo tliat there was some restriction on lLo ojierjtlcu of those AN INNOCUOUS CONTRIVANC PLACED BY WOMEN WHO TRIED OUT, London, May innocucu Lombfi which have been discovere iiear various tantfi in Lpnclon rcccn ly were not p'aced there by irracilc; the police-1-aie been i clineii lo believe, according to number of tie iilllltaDt orjanlzatio the false expletives were left by emits of the Women's Social and P liticdl Union, Tvho.were being testt liy their leadens as .to tLelr fitnc for more eerious forays. it sterns that a'njnitant memb who was Biispecled of being an asf of Scotland Yard Vas a faom to place' in lie (tcorway ot a we knowii, bank. It, nae of the usu rallk can .variety, fjljed with hi: powder ar.d with an ekctrio fuse tachcd.- The susjiected member hast-1 dicial. dibUict, was tendered a cora- The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limied Public Admlniitrator and Official Atdantc for the Judjolal LETHSRIDOE, -MACLEOD, CALGARY, 220 Eighth Avjnue Weil, Cilgary, H. A. Howard, Minig'r plinientary banquet bridge 'Uat -Soc.iet> had corne" doun iron) the I.cth- h; OF CANADA Opportunities lor Invesiment however favorable, ate only aggravations to the inan has no ready mouey. But bcwho Las a healthy Savings Account in the L'nion Rauk of Canada is ia a jws'lioii to tsko advautageof opportunities, and' roaj) licli harvtsts where his less provident ucigUbor is helpless. Has that lotig-inteuJetl Savings Account ia your uaine lieeu ytt 0. R. TINKING, Manager A. B. KINO, Actg Manager LETHBHIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUR WUls, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance or other valuables in one of these boxes l.NTORMATION 10 Lethbridge Branch C, G, K, Nourse, Mgr, WILLOW RIVER THE COMING MANUFACTURING cncd to Scotland Yard with the bomb, AND COMMERCIAL whcro it ivas gingerly conveyed to I CAPITAL OF INTER- ------BRITISH COLUM- district, lor tlie 'purpose; .and j the eicnt one oi Hie most bril- liant ol ils kind in tlie history of the ialty of these dangerous cor.- tlien jitrmittcd to. place tbe bomh as At Junctioa ot rtaser and Willow Rlvere, on milii- llce Grand Trunk Pacific, Pacific t Hudson Day and other railroads prospective and building. A Thousand Miies o( Navigahia Waterways centra at WHJ.OW RIVER. WILLOW RiVER is Gate- way to the llich Peace River Countrj', and Cen- tre of'more nnd richer Natural Resources than any other new tonn in British Columbia. Loti and Subruban Tracts in Willow River best Investment In Western Canada. Write to- day for information. LAND TOWHSITES CO., t-TD. Tlis'bill does ot the 6'5 I Consideration oi inc Ifaift conscueracion oi we the of its spent resumed ia the'Hpnw this aftr.noon. SUC MS sort- tor in, this city. One oi the of the most pleasing features g was the presentation by C. F. P. Conyhcarc, If .0., D.C. L., dean of the local liar Society on belralf oi th.o Darris- lers, of a handsome engraved, cigar case to Judge tt inter as a 'tolen "ot esteem io uhich the latter belA by the members o! the Bat1 in' Lctli- bridge. In making the prtstntatlon, Dr. Conyhcaie said that every'mem? jln-r of the liar htre regretted the jchiage which Wok -Judge Winter'lo 1 Calgary. Wliile l.erc out.the [kintiiicst relations .had ever citified I bench the betich and the b'ar.' 'JIow- he was sure tbat, iile himself, '.I.n other members ol the hat cen- bill being talun uj> claus clanse in ccmmittco. llbn. Mr. Whllii liiat it bad not been substantially modified from 'the form in iihteh il nna to the iionse. Tt? chief chau- ges were made as follows: "Tlio the Mil lor aiidll'had aiiilcJ [heifiirtiier jiroiisiooj thlt auditors Eclecteii from a list j cf forty, named and selected by the! general manr.Ecr of ihc charlereri] ba'nii'i, Eubjtci to by tbe rnims-j owed to the Yard by niembers'of tbe S. U. BIA Wanted, 602-Hichards St, Vancouver. SIR THOMAS GAVE NOTE OF ASSURANCE London, May In vjow 'cf the anvitty lias litt-n expressed over the llliely etffct on Iho mone'y mar-Hct of tiie circ-llatlon in "Canada q[ the. new.C- P. R- before Failing yesterday, JOVB the assurance that the would lie careiully handled, and thai the least possible disturbance would be caused to the Canadian ranrlieL Canadian banters, he said, can. be relied upon lo make such use ct the funds as Kill beat meet the. condi now being paid In, Sir Thos; Shaugh- ter. The shareholders tclecl auditors f-.-oni thtse. Further made for the register of liens which the tiBiv act amhorizcs banks lo take on threshed Brain and on cattle. Slight ncdiltcition had been made-1 AS A 'MARK OF RESPECT i Winnipeg, May Aa aarli of I .apcct the late B. Davis, gen- 1 'cral caefieiigfir agent of tha Q.T.P. ;ystcm, every at the syatem Ilie -country will close Its for Uie space of half an tour, between ttic hours of ten-thirty and eleven o'clock today, (Montreal II Flnga isIU be halt mast and ofllco doors ipqkii and crepa be on, tbo cloor. This time 'will corrt'ejiond 'rvfth'ttie burial at Montreal.- Mr. Noble, the engineering expert rrom New York, his competed 'tho Inspection of the routas ind plans for tbe proposed new Yfelland ship canal and gone tg_0ttawt. mm ys Thomas Stephenson after Taking GIN PILLS Co. oi Cantila. s fl f offered, tm nig otu, from Iht itigfiag ot DUeist, that will rtltevt psirl Uablgulngindnd. That tj fiuiwhaVl'Mfl- known resident of lAchatt hu wife botb found In GIN Milli, P. fl.' "I WM (or rniny with.Sidney a tilend ILfvS. Alttr luting (cw I WM redllr aud alter finishing Eox, thft pain completely lelt tee. My wile i> now usinK GIX greafly Mlk'vea fdn over Kidneyi, from Kidney TrouMe lo trial lo GIN TILLS." THOMAS Would you welcome such areiUf? TnepiaVe GIM "They go riglil lo thispdl-MM the twin onie ntutwllrt the Uric Acid which is cnusiag alj the trouble Ibe >o that Inty will lo tcccp llie blood Ute airar tlial Treolntsu auj undermine' Ibc' Md of and Tvonianliood. L, 4 a (rial. Kverj is teMon potillye --cording to directions, do set .mple If yon write Nukml gralulatcd His Honor in being Te- to a posl, more advantageous .0 hinisell. In responding, Judge Winter, said ic cnuid ntvcr an> thing hut the vanncst leelings for the Lethbridge lar Society. While be had glad .0 remove lo Calvary to be with amiif tics, lie would always consul- ar liiniEelf almost a I.ethbridgc citi- zen, for he had been the first, pre- siding judge of the fowl which was an honor he would alwajs hold dear. !Ie Ihankcd the members ol the Dar for beautiful i with which they had prr-scnted1 him, and would clicnsh it among.Ms most valued hrlongings. There was a long toast list whjch called forth some very excellent speeches by other members ot tho Bar. The list (ollona hy C. Ives "The proposed by L. M. John- stone, K.C., aiid responded to by His Lordship .Mr. Justice Walsh in a very happy vein, and ly His Honor Judge Jackson llThe propos- ed by His Lordship Mr. Justice Walsh and responded to by W. Lau- rie, of A. H. Hogg ofCar- mangay, and by H. tlct- prfstdentr o! the Lethhridge Lay-" So- ciety and "The Court Onidals'1, proposed by ['resident S. J. Shep- herd and responded (o by U. P. Wal- lace, and Shcrlfi Malcolm Young. Those present at the banquet were, 1'rrsident S. J. Shepherd, silent H. M'.. Church, Mr. Justice Walsh, Judge winter, Judge Jackson, C. P.. t'.'Conybcate, K. C., M. Johnslone, K. C., Laurie, A. H. W. S.'llall, J.'N. Httctiiis, B. C. Mackenzie, ff. C. fvcs, J. H. 1'rowse, A, K. Dnnlop, M. S: MoAr- tliur, J. H. 1'almer, W. V. roapst, M. Foley, Messrs, Klton, -Davidson, altcrson, lllce, Marlindale, H. P. Wallace, ol the Snpromp Court, W. H. Irwin, cletl; of the District Court, and Shf-riR Malcolm Young. DARROW CASE STRUCK OUT Los Aogclcs, Calif., >Iay 16PUtrlel Allornoy ford today Blnick tho Indict- ment against Clarence S. iJarrow from the court Calendar and II It bolla.vcd Darrow will novtr asain tried on cbargcB of brinerj', In connection with tho McN'itmara trial. In'lh'c rg 7atea of in-; leresl and the rales of ojct.ansc am! agency charges. Prbrislcn been made unilcr B-nlcb the treasury lioaTd was to ]iro- vide rosulilior.s for Ibe sterlllMtion' of bank notes. Some fisorc had been providril ov- er.Dio perioil lidKeen tho incornara- tion ot a bank ard the IESUO of the treaiury ccrciIUates. Prbvlsicn bid beer, m.irle by which the bank ofilcials woulri be liauie for any corruption in making loans. Against the Farmers Several members objected to Ibe [act tbnt the term "cattle" iii which the banks could make loans did not include hoss. Tbe minister explained that this clause of tbc Mil had bien added particularly for wont- cm ranchers, and was not ir.eanl to be extended to farmers generally. Tbe Minister BU.zEe'stcd tbat Ibc rtls cusHon migbl be deferred until Clause SS-Of ihe bill ia laken up. II. In Ihp meanllmc, it was found possible to corttstiy define the wnrd Mr. Oliver's sngseslion could br adopled. The first thirty clauses of the oil wero pnt Ihroi'ish In nn'ck order, ard praclieally wlihout "discussion1. There was objccllon made by Mr. Carve) to the claciso which slanii at present as allowing a bank to loan money on ils own slock. It was a rjghl niiich was not given to Ibe or dir.ary nvbllc. Mr. F.mmerson als Ibe clause should be strncl O'jl. Tlic minister said that'he nn open mJr.A on the wit What men want This Gar has: YOU -want you want a reliable machine-yoir want -distinction in design and fmish-ypu want ease pt control-you. want the comfort" of a generously proportioned. car. Here you have them. Specifications dp .not let the whole story. You .must see this. car-ride jn quick response of appreciate the value we bmid ?Z it'5n ibcTudkope FftctoryV Building.from.the maicrials in Canada saycs'n 35% duty charge.. lhat is why the Tudfio'pe gives you.'wHafypii ma car.vor 5.1.WS, when you would expect to. pay: to more. his suggcslion, Ibe clause hel open for lurlhfr consideration. Salaries There was an Interesting liltlo