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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1908 OF CANADA CapUal, Rest anl !)� divided Profits Exeeci $5,000,000 Farmers* Savlnjis Accounts play an iin-porladt pnrt in the busi-11683 of this Bankj and every Depositor is given prompt, courteous atlcntion, whjjtlier liis account be large or small. The highest current rate of Interest is paid 4 time* a year, arid money may be withdrawn at any time. There is no trouble or formalily hbout opening an account with the Uriiou Bank. Simply deposit $1.00 or upward and get your pass-book. Jolill AcCOBBlStiiay be opened in tlic names of two persons, and either can do the banking. / . LETHBRIDQE BRANOH: J. R. Andertori, Managtr. LAURIER'8 eORTRAIT New York, Nov. 10.-The annual banquet ol the New York chamber of bommcrcu Ijcld toniglit in the Waldorf Aotroia hnct as gnosis of honor, Ambasaador Brycc, Joseph Gody, Mexico's charge dc affairs in Washington; Byron K. Wolker ahd Hon. Clifford Siflon, of Canada. The famous portniit of Washington, nocom-panio'd on either Bide by portraits of Premier Laurior if Canada and Premier Diaz of Mexico lo6ked down upon the dinora. AFTER "WILD CAT" SCHEMES Toronto, Nov.- 20.-The porvincial secretary's clepartment has issued a warning against "wild cat" mining companies. Complaints nJtve been made to the department Uiat oorn-paniea have been violating thb'mining company's net in o most flagrant manner by ignoring in prospectuses the information the law requires. Action will likely bo talten by the department against some companies. BROTHERHOOD OF ST. ANDpEWS CONVENTION AT EDMONTON SUICIDE OF A BULL TERRIER The Factd and Conclusions ai Re* ported from Indiana The Alborta Conforonco of tho Brotherhood of St. Andrew wlVl bo held In Edmonton from February 18th to IHio 21st, inclusive, 1909. This will bo tlio second amninl conference to bo held In Albertii; tho Ilrst was held in Calgary last, February and was very SHCccssful. Tlio local Chapters ha\-ing nssutucd tho responsibility for tho forthcoming conference, arc now issuing pveliminury notices to nit Chapters in the rrovince, and will be glad to hoar from anyone interested. .Ml communications, whether containing .suggestions or inquiries will be grntofnlly rocolvcd by tho .secretary, U. S. Voung, Imporiul IJnnk, Kdmon-ton. It is hoped that all intcfcstod in Urothorhood work will take an nctlvo part in in.�ii, Laurier will be returned, of course," he replied; "lie is your one world-acknowledged statesman."- But-came the rejoinder-the British people rejected their world-acknowledged statesman, Gladstone, more thiin once. "Yes," was the reply, "biit whore is the Disraeli or the,Salisbury in Canadian politics?" Names Kept Hidden on This Ballot. (Ottawa Free Press.) Mr. E. R. McNeil's new ballot, which is approved by Returning Officer P. J, Coffey, of Ottawa, is the invention of Mr. F. A. Cote, electrician, of Sorel. It differs in form nnd scheme from the one at present in use in Ottawa. The new ballot is made of a piece of stiff black cardboard about four inches .square, and on all sides arc white spaces each containing the name of a candidate. The white spaces with the names run from edge to centre, and are mnnbered consecutively. In the exact centre of the card are four white discs, one opposite each name space. AVhen the card is plac-| ed in tlie envelope wfl'icli is, supplied witli it nothing on tlie card excejit thc�e four spots is visible through the circle cut out of the centre of the covering Ou the reverse side of the card appears a circle for the returning offi-cei-'s stamp. The name of the electoral district is also there. The inspection by tho returning officer would show whether the ballot was marked properly, and yet the vote would remain secret. The new device is being submitted to the Government for consideration to substitute it for ballot paper now in use. THE FINANCES OF THIS CITY Secretary - Treasurer Robinson Furnisiies Some Interesting Figures r Acting on tho suggestion of "Taxpayer" In Saturday's paper, tho Her aid naked Secretary-Treasurer Robinson for a statement of finances and ho kindly has furnished tho following slntomenl;'- With reference to tho financial position of the City, you will find, referring to Sheet No. 1, enclosod, tho figures ns to tho total gross asses.s-mont for 1008, and how this amount is made up. Tho limit of tho city's borrowing power is shown together with tho totnl debenture debt, value of municipality's as.sets, tax rate, population and gross and net revenue ot tho watef works systems. On Sheet No. 2, j'ou will find nn analysis of both tho city's assets and tho debenture indebtedness. As to tho amount raised in ta.xcs this year. This is of cour.se 15 mills on the taxable assoesment. Tho division of the tax rato this year has been Municipal rate 9 mills, school rate 45 mills, di-benturo rato li mills In answer to tho enquiry, as to how much of the revenue is,available for city improvements, I would point out that revenue is raised merely to meet tho curi-ont annual oxpondlturo, tho cost of improvements being raised by tho issue of dehcnturcs from time to time. A statement of recipts and expenditures up to tho present will bo available in a day or two. On account of the largo amount of improvements undertaken by this year's council, the amount required next year for interest and sinking fund will naturally bo considerably increased. While, an increase in tho assessment may be made, it is quite likely that tho debenture rate will require to be raised at least 2 mills, even should the taxable ossossment bo increased to about ?4,000,000.00 next year. Any further information which the tax payfr-i of this city may require, I shnllNje very pleased to furnish SOVEREIGN BRAND CLOTH!NC Is mode by Canada's foremost Clothing House who for fifty years have enjoyed the highest reputation from Atlantic to Pacific for tho manufacture of Men's and Boy's Olothingf^. We introduce the new styles Wo buy our materials in the beat markets We use the most improved methods We furnish a better garment at the lowest price Alk for a SOVEREIGN Suit W. E. SANFORD MANUFACTURING CO. LimiUd hamilton, ont, winnipeg, mam. THE LIMIT ON MERRY WIDOWS. Subway Employee Stops one 36 Inches Broad and 18 Inches High. New York, Nov. 19.-Somewhere over in Brooklyn a bride wept lust night bocnuse of a missing Merry Widow hat, while Charles A. J. Ott, Ruhwuy ticket agent at Twenty-third Street, nnd the cause of tho bride's grief, was explaining to the police why the hat was missing. The hat wns 36 inches in diameter and 18 inches high. The milliner's delivery boy curried it in the subway station, and a.sked for a ticket. "Nix," .Hoid Ott, "we. don't run no freights on this line." "Say, this ain't treight, it'.s a hot," replied the boy. "Well, 1 .say that it's too big to be enrriiid on this line," concludtxl Ott. As the boy wns blocking a lorge liomewnrd bound crowd Ott cnmc from his office and tried to move the boy. Id llu", seuflle that followed the hnt wns .smashed. A policeman arrested Ott on a charge of assault. KILLED DEER WITH AXE. Ops An Unusual Incident on An Township Farm, Lindsay, Nov. 12.-James Hall, who is in the employ of a farmer in the v'cinity of Hill Head, south-east 0)).s, about five miles from this town, met with a rather exciting experience one day last week. He experienced nil the tlirills felt by the ardent hunter of venison without having to incur the expense oi fatigue nttiiohrd to a trip to the northern wild-. It bii))pi'nvd this way: Mr. Hall hud been busy for several days in a swamp .some distance from hia em-thcm it thoy care to call nt my of-, pif,y,.,'s house, iind on going to. his ''<^*'- ' ' w