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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta .VOLUME VI. Lcthbrldge. Wefrftsflay, October CBXTS C. P. R. STEAMKR MT. WHICH, WENT ASHORE OFF MAISSOXEUVE Coinjiletioiuof Woyburn Line is Approved, Also Other Branches LAND POLICY Sir Thomas Sliows Good Source of Revouue Hat, Alta.', Crist anil George were hoth committed for for to' drfrai TROUBLES NEVER COME SINGLY. AUSTRALIA'S NATIONAL POLICY Montreal, Que., Oct. Canad Un Pacific Railway annual meeting held today. The meeting ratified the proposals of tho board of direct- ors In Tesooct of the.building new connecting In the northwest. f 750 miles, and in- cluding a branch Hne from a bobit StlfV Current on the Saskatoon line to reach Sedgewics, which i be totaldi'ounce of.280 miles. the branch Hue. wnlch will.represent 48G miles. The meet- sanctloaed .the continuation of London, Oct. Ice ntzmaurice, eminent ''f consulting engineer..a member of the firm of Coodo. Mot- Ihewe. FiUmaurice t Wilson, wfto supervised icveral bis Ci- nadbn undertuhinge, has been Invited to r-roceed to Austra- lia to advlto ths Coinmon- weallh eovemment on the es- of a chain of naval basts. rap Agreements Were Made Industrial- Con- cerns Before Stat-' utes were Amended AN UNJPAIB LAW Ion. Mr. Marshall Says Cities Enjoy Unfair Advantage Regard- ing Bonuses sold them tickets to reduced rate. H seems- til their tickets for Chicago: ft while tl.e regular is 'S35 they spoke, to the-policed aSair, they claimed itiey price, but lioguslowski confessed to the amount.' INTERESTING WOMAN Brandon, Man.. Oct. Whe.i lid lull' rirwards1. 'mailer i.', i.-. i. death'.; such part tbUi mileage as has [occurred here this morniiglf Mrs. Ireidy been authorized, besides glv-j Joseph Cuiun, wife ol consent to Uie purchase of two jdon's oldest timers. She Istaamshlps (or the Atlantic trade and in of tie lito Lord Ru for this Ptoiftc Coast service, cost Chief Justice of Engla: llran-: cous- years' lof the ind f ilng approximately H. 000.000 each. Sbo was also tor oi '.Trie RtooiholdorB informed that in Icdla, aad went through thlnutlny urjenlly roj-jir- L6 a companion lc- the cjiapl for tie constantly expanding jlorcca. r'nesa on the Atlantic the PaclfJc iiCoait Service between Vancouver, Jctorla aid other coast oolnls. isfseldent referred to the fact t tee' Hem'iii the'. balance sheet rtiwi and equipment" is .Mere Uuurit w iu -srbich1 the decree. of Meuicino Hat, Alia., Oct. 1. Tiullen. honiesieadcr. i C5 miles north, died suddenly on the homestead. His wife, when going to sec help from Ihe nearest neighbor, got lost aiid was on the prairie .to- hours. In the a team of Mullen's brother ran away, and the driver's leg was broken. -I- raid: I He is-After Infqrai coniil- lidll reached the 'high of nearly fHO.CiOO.- 000, feit'iisce the. torn 'of I? IheVa decrease due to the I-. failing off. la Ihe movement of wesl- fell ts In the bulU- Ing lid othtr trades throughout Cn- 'However, In the year Hon. C..J. nohcrly.'minW justice in the Borcipn cabinet, J man who delivered- the punch to the- Thawitis epidel ol Calgi been and the general 1m- Orr.Eral Superintendent' Co f rjovement la tin money market, that car, "Lillooet-'1 'to' inilie lUelf there Secn utrald re'porli in _______ _ is every riaion to' anticipate another Iy arrival, M tatiifaotorT etty said he would rathtf in --_______ tnev than be interviewed.' He is "Thij the company's bond de- nan btnture and capital, Ir.cludiDg ke said, to get in closer touc the went iMiie of is the In 13M- "Will there te a ol I121.000.00b was ,ex- Ural house bcfure Christraas Mmlfd In the 'construction and ac- minister ivas asted. of iddllMul mHeaso 'ud ind, the of oce.n, lato and rtrer Uussion Lo ghMd steamers- anil tho additions to your Uary, told rat. last nigH that 'Tnd iKomoUv. Mulpment ab.orh. not hen decided .and he had ed Th. Vsipl.' total outstanding indebtedness q; the I'rovince of AlbeVln at the, present-time This information was n-in thf Itglslature yesterday by. Premier Sitton in reply to a of Particulars on the debt weft given- by the premier as 'Jond'ed 1 "Treasury rJfieB, Bonds..'payable to banic or otherwise, 'there had been two re-issues, of treasury notes since of the 'house as RMO.OOO ..due on 30th 1st April. V.-The-Vxpensiji of negoUHlOK.Ihew re-lMura were J218..00 a "Screnco" Went Dow With Cargo of H: B. llaihvay Supplies Edmonton, Sept. bill to oafirn certain ol town of Redclifl, tereil Into between .the town council and Eeneial industrial concetns ty, which the town ctrtaiu conces- sions' to' these Industries was the legislature for a.-second legislature passed a hill last session to prohibit -towns granting bonuses to Industries but as arrangements made in goadi faith by Redclia b'ftore .that an-.endl mcnt was mastedrtte council. citizens 'of RtdcliB.' are. now. that the legislature- should valida this arrangement.... The (he int do wsll enough perhapf In' the position finnnc.lal but who knowa U...H5 of the electric .light .nd jtr.et r.Mw.y and In contrast practical knowledge of the engineering proWerru of the varlou. think would make the rrtort tcohorhlcti commli.loner7-.fh. Binary builr.Mi cf the work In hu find to keep at _j ,i__ Alivrt AII -T! e' ItacfVlth-'Mr. McArthur, Deen n.issioii'cr or official in the to purchase lor hoards of municipalities or pure hreiistoc'rf as-thcy, mlglit. Visfc, i'buHn every-case the -slocl; k- caid (ot on dcliveif, ts ol of claimed overnment ml. lying i 'nskeiJ .what the c'sls could be. The Iccnnrcit ti "-j.........r eonfniwloner would receive and two would b< M530 'or or -The MMfitr two would tit HOM or "m n mo eofd butlneM light it the a railway company, wonK. 4i they would He would then have th, power, (he general of id In addition powen which go with a But the be no diitllejrllon of offlcUU. There would not be a. a .rthiir Reid would qualify for that Any other man-with' fcferlntenifent R.elii'i quail-; tut lo lit th. wntlment generated In a campaign Mbllnd.jS. cauie them :woiild be the height of .fey v ;