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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Papje4. THE LETHBKIIHJE DAILY ITEKALT) LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 Published by Hie Letltbrldge Herald Publishing. Co., Ltd., Itwfiil evening Its olflce, Sixth Street, Letlibridge, Albertn. Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN PHONE: Editorial, Reportorlal And News Departntent Manaslno Director T. W. OUAVLE Editor 1 JOHN TORRANCE I Business Managtr PHONE: Advertising Circulation And Job Departments DAILY SUBSCRIPTION BATES l I l.y mail us a, de must bui both new and THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Medicine M Vwttiam. Cranbrook. B. uttd ;ii'Jni' tv.nlr's Vi'US t. Hei'u-flie store: Konny .V-.A.im. Diamond City Macleod--VGUilg i Co.: 11. Co. HiiniHum. Vancouver. B. Plncher J. r.'owpiuiy D. I.. Mct'rt-a. it Hrown, Stivet. I'ruir ll'nik News Fernie, S. Also on all C.P.R- train THE WEEKLY HERALD Mr. Riley's Statements and the Facts A DAYS AGO the Hcrsid Kilty appears as one of the directors liarl occasion 10 tan imbue j ft the i-orapany, autl as an officer of autuiioii to ths. fact that the tile company is it uot reasonable to member of the legislature for Olei- j say that he would positively know If clten. Mr. H. had. this company had ceased to do busi- 'putv provincial secrelary. iESBcd a i ness, and Thus in bis official capacity, c-iianer to the International Insurance; tare accomplished the cancellation of Company, which save the company I this charter by inserting the required powers and in j.notice iu lhe Alberta. Gazette, before M-'w'ov held stock, and was mem- j Wvering his .connection with the jmnment. the necessity of "ber of the board of. directors. Mr., to MCertalri information Jiiiey replied in a lengthy letter j waiting trie prescribed" month for which the Herald in accordance with j a reply, aud-.ij. 110 reply was received desire to eire every one fair play, i of addressing second letter, vrhicli M, that ho was intluenced as a stock holder in I ULjer tie ordinance. [lad jisuins ;he charter and attempted to j lle the notice in the Alberta the impression that he had the] Gazette lhe company could uot have approval of toe tour.- attorney gen, j revived or resurrected. as he calls it, except by an order of tne eral. He further attempted to show that his "last official act" was the can- i ,iras n ct-llins ot tbia charter and tnsil to ,han any one elae dl5pO5e of Ms create the impression that il had: company. His other course, and lite been subsequently revived through proper one as an officer of the com- tae connivance of'Hon. C. R. Mitchell I Pany. was to secure the passing of a resolution hv the company under .and Depciy Attorney General Coinpanies'wimnug.L-? ordinailce Mysterious meetings iu promoters- Ju Qriier lo bave an-ajr5 of the bed rooms were described and an ef-. company properly wound up. fort uir.de to attach approbrium fo Mr. Riley said. "I paid ail calls on members of the government. Tbe my shares in cash, just as the other JleraM wishing to satisfy itself that i shareholders .did." Iu the return of j the company's affairs made up to De- the allegations of Mr. Kiley were m c.ember lt gjve3 ..Total accordance with the facts, instituted Of caiis unpaid, Of an invpstigaiion at Edmonton and z eight shareholders subscribing for 'ssarch of i he iilos failed to make Hood seventy-four shares amounting to flfiy j i.iin, >-i dollars per share, or a total of tug assertions made in ilr. Rllej si the amount unpaid is 53.190.30 as As this is a matter of con-' a certifled lenib'u: public importance the Her-; lhe of the oompany :i nrfcsents wha! 'was found in the j at ihat time, Richard Secord. uliL reecrds and leaves it lo readers Of this amoum. unpaid how much compare liie sialement iu Mr. did Mr. Ritey owe and how much did eiter with the iacts as found i Ile for- his stock. In view of the above tbe ijnestion is. was be correct i in his stiuement. "1 relinquished my shares for :i siini oonsiilerably less than 1 for them." Considering the small amount of capital paid into the company Mr. .Hil-ey should have had no difficulty as mi officer cf the company to in- 1 trorliice and pass the necessary reso- iiition to go inlo voluntary liquida- lion unless it he was interested i in the main chance of tlie charter be- ing turned over with financial satis- 15 10 U-t me know j faction to himself. has ci-nsiftd t0 d" i jir> sailj submitted every i mc-moTunduni of association to Mr. I S. 3. Woods, the deputy attorney gen- eral a? the ilnie thf> certificate of incorporation was issued fo this com- iiany. but in looking over the mem- orandum of association of this com- I pany i.iifre is nothing 10 indicate that this document approved by Mr. i Woods. Mr. Woods absfnt at that tinit- in tlie oast, and thp Herald letter. Kiley's iett by search of the department liles. In tee it rat place uo st-epb wiui- ever taken uy Mr. Riley 10 cancel tbe registration of this i-onipuny, but nnd iluit on July iitb. 1911, the preseni oilic- ials of the deparnnent of the pro- to thp company: Edmonton, Alta. .Inly II, H'll. Genrlemen: 1 ask yon to he HO z if this con business: if so, tiif will hava 10 uiAi; the necessary steps to have- the name oi' the company stnic-k ofi" liva register." Xo returns have been received for the years llWj and and under thr- Companies Ordin- ance it irf jireacribed thai icrtain returns must be fiirnished df- partmeitt every year by all com- panies iucorponsted under its pro- visions, and any friihirt- on the tnitccrs to if lie hart in Kd- inouton it would hfon ililRenlt pnrt of a company 10 comply with j ro hare seruml his :ijjprov.u Jo thft lhe terms oi' the ordinance in Tospect. ompoweis the registrar Under Section LM. to dissolve tin- c.btnpKny. and strike iis oil" Tlit; register. If I fall :o have eausfc shown to me, within one mnnth of this date why this incut will take initial steus granting' of a charier to a lite insur- ance company iiridr-i- the. joint stof-l; companius act. ;IH he was always known 10 he opposed to of such charters by the luKislanire, i and all applications for inich were j turned down. With the j approval 01 .Mr. disposed of i it civn also be proved ihat Hon. Mr. in this coniiecUon with respect lo rrosS( lho KPnorilK the above named comimny." nf The company on August poration as he was absent leas than one month after date of ibis j land nearly all of tin- month of April romimtiiicatioii filed their returns for and all of UK- months of May and these years, and the said returns are .fune of itml tliis clntvii-r wats certified as being tnit> and correr.-i. ttn-', srautcil .May cier tlie sifinntnre liie president of I niay Hocount for iln- Min-wid the company at that lime, Richard j whin, I'romolur wan abb- tc Sword, of K-dinonton. I work charter ihrouiih tbp dcpiirl In tlie veiiiTii of ibe coiniiiiiiy ir.atlv nienl in charge of tho gentleman mr.v to December ;ilst. Harold I nunuber for OUR 'POINT OF VIEW L'oloiu1! 3aiu lluslu'-s has no use for ihv uorophino, which opinion ofeoureu Ii moai dlstrsirotig to ilie aeroplane. ('iitiaiiiun maiiiii'afiurers do not, fa- uir an incrensf-in Hritish fprenee. They are loyal to their own pockets and iiothliiK Tlu- only tiling that will quiet that London Fimuicial Times1 man Is for i Sir Thomas to cnll him you know what Ananias WAS. "Mt'tbudisf church .scores boolt- need not be taken us a slap at the Hook Room but moroly repre- KtMiEs the viow of the; church on bling at the race tracks. "created a favorable- iin- prtuslo.il and made what many Kiirded as the ttjwL'di of lhe evening MlH collenKUo. on other hand, wearied the audience with piirlhh poli- ties." As a matter ofVulii. the '.Minister of Intvrlur IPU'I in Air. White's Now thai Kt. llou. Waller Long is away from lhe wsi is laudiui; lor.tho defeat of recipro- city. Cmva.nl! U'hy doesn'i lit- tt'o to I'Uter and lisht. The Orange vlerlares the .Mujiitoha yoverniueut has surrendtr- to Archbishop LangflYin. That doesn't make any difference to Hob. Iin. He knows the Tory Orangemen will continue to vote Tory. Sir Donald Maun fears for the Mud- sonV Huy Railway. roaiu-ct tho Winnipeg Fa-e Press points out ho is like unto lhe American niilroud men who 1mvo btvn ttiimnlnt; Uii1 Pu- na ma canal or to the people who ridiculed the Cape to Cairo ritllwny when projected by Ceeit Rhodes. H is even recalled that The -Mackenzie' and Maim proposal uf transcontin- ental railway was ridiculed at the he- giuuing-. It Is to ho conjecluri-d tluit the Cantidiuii.niirway iiiicrests fear the Hudson's Bay route more than they doubt Us success. Beef is higher at Chicago and wheat is higher at Minneapolis and Can- adian farmer is deprived uf thesK? mar- kets for the sake of pleading the man- ufacturers of- the east, who raised ri- diculous cries in order to retain ;i restricted market for Canadians. The correspondent of the Toronto Cliobe in reporting the Bortlen ban- quei in Montreal contrasts Mr. White and M r. Rogers to the- foruwr's ad- vantage. "Mr. says fhe cor- Writing on the polita-al.situation in the United States, a rorrpspouileiil says: "Political such as the Labor and UadK'iil-parties iu U'i'it. :iln and the Socialists in Germany have brought ahom in the lust few years would have driven this nation into a series of disastrous panics, probably into u real revolution. It is just as well For I'ucle Sam's iwrves thai Theodore Roosevelt, 'Chief Dull and. his enthusiastic support-, ers think, they are far more radical than they really aiv." This sounds strange, no doubt, those who think the United States is tiie most advanced ami progressive country in the world, but if they will make comparisons, they will find that the Republic is far behind Great Brit- ain or Canada in advanced legislation. Salary Too Small (Pincher Creek Echo) The Mountain Mill postollice ap- pears to liave become a thing of tbe past. None of the residents of that prosperous settlement can be induced to -bother with it." the yearly salary attached thereto only amounting- to a few dollars. This IE the second post- office that has been closed iu this 'district during tbe past year for" the same reason. Whence the Kick? (Edmonton The Calgary Herald expresses dis- satisfaction that Calgary-made flour sells cheaper in Winnipeg than in Calgary. H is also concerned with a report ihat fruit dealers held back shipments I'rcin British Co'lunihiu in order to boost the prices on the prairies. Well, 'what is the Herald kicking about? It shouted for re- striction. If it is getting the fruits of restriction what right lias it to raise a protest? "Going Some" (Winnipeg Tribune! The announcement is made by Hon. R. Rogers that he is h-are to engage Macdonald election contest snd will suiy until the last vote is polled. In the language of the colored man, Mr. JobnBing, the minister says: "We are prepared to meet, all comers." Quite Boberesque, one might say. As an indication of how the minister is getting into Hie fight, wo give an ex- tract from tbe Telegram's leader this morning: It was at his suggestion that all the yelping pack of unbelievers in-their own country, from Sir Wilfrid Laur- ier and W. 3. Fielding- to the- editor of the Toronto Globe, raising their moan cbonis of skulking fear for the future of Cuimda. performed thut fa- mous re turning act of the dog ami sow which is described with more force than elegance iu the Holy Scriptures, and convulsed the country with the premonitory shudder of tin impending treachery." In the language of the minister; we inislH aalr It' that "isn't going isn't out the and "soaking the enemy in the solar plex- Again, "believe me that is touching'the high' spots." "What will the situation develop into' after the minister has been on the job: two or three days? Joke THE STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF MORNING SIDE Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock BuUding P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 Big Crop-Yarns Are Ripe Secretary Wilson of the department of agriculture WUH talking about the record crops ot" 1012. ''These wonderful he said. "are almost, enough to make you be- lieve the crosscut saw aicry. "A .farmer, you know, sent his hired man to a ceighhor's with a note say- ing: 'Friend Smith: Will ,you please lend me your crosscut saw, as I wish to cut a watermelon up so as to get it into my "ThQ neighbor wrote hack: TriWd Jones: I would be glad to lend you my saw, but same has just got stuck in a cauteloupe.' ington Star. Kindly Suggestions The customer came forward to at- tend to the nervous old who was mopping hi? bald and shining poll with a big silk handkerchief. "And what can I do for be asked, "I want a little help in the way of Wilson Skeith C. P. R. AGENTS Farms for Sub-division We have a choice section of ir- rigatcd land-tour miles from the'- capable of subdivision into- ''iivp and ten acre market gar-' idea tracts, which should sell 'quickly. Adjoining garden tracts'! held nt ?125.00 per acre and up per acre will buy this section or any part Very easy terms SPECIAL TO-DAY have -been instruct-. .ed 16 sell 5 Lots in Block si havlllg'SO feet frontage' 6u Sth street and 75 ft. frontage-on Tth street. These can be had at a big snap and undoubt- edly find, a ready buyer at the price. Act Sub-dfofcion. 30 acres south and adjoining Hendfcrson park. Undoubtedly property aur- rorniding hoautlful' Henderson park will become Lethhridge'a linest residential district This combined with ihe small quan- tity ot" iicreage offered in this location makes the. above a, very attractive buy. Prices and terms on application. We have a client anxious -to sell Five Acre Lot No. 14S. Cash otters are solicited. TO LOAN.- INSURANCES OF ALL KINDS NEGOTIATED WITH. RELIABLE Opp. Alexandra Hotel IN3UR-ANCE OFFICES Phone 1343 suggestion." Maid the oil! felloxv. intend going to tbe French students' masquerade ball tonight and 1 want distinctly orlgliutl thing I may lie sure no one else will vear. What would The customer looked him over at- ientively, bestowing special notice on the gleaming knob. "Well, I tell he-saiil then, thoughtfully, "why don't you sugar your head ami so as a cott's. public 1 F you are short and, stout, or tall and thin, the Fit- Reform tailoring organ- ization has provided for your every need in new fall suits. Here are garments for men of unusual size or styles to harmonize with unusual figures. A perfect fit McKELVIE McGUIRE, New President of Manufacturers Association S. Gourlay, the new jiresl- j of tho Canadian Manufacturers' association, is the second of his name j to obtain tame in Canada, The first) R. H. Gourlay was member for Col-1 Chester in the Dominion house Cor one term. He died a fftw years JIRO. It was Ibis morning that a man wbo knew these iwo R. S. families are no relation to each other said thai no greater contnisl could ever bo found between two men, than-the difference between these two men of tile same name. One parted his name in the Uic other has the plain substanthil signature Robert H. Robt. but Robert in full. One was Reginald, the other is Robert.- One, the politician, was thin, excitable, quick as a Hash, restless as the Pacific: the other, the manufac- turer, in calm,