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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TWELVE "PACKS LeUihridge, Alberta. Friday, October 3, 1913 CENTS Number 240 PROMINENT PEOPLE AMONG FOUR THOUSAND DELEGATES TO' THE DISCIPLES .CONVENTION AT TORONTO All Payments Made Promptly to Canada Life-Will Lend More Money Is some good news for the Bald E.-M. Saunders, treas- urer Canada Life Assurance Compauy, oi Turouio, while on a tour of the south In a general inspection trip, "Wo havo no complaints to maie whatever in regard to payments collections' are coming in fine, and we anticipate' that Ke will have no ar U> carry over the neiv year. Ani what will be of more Interest to th fameri, la tho fact that vw arc golni to loosen up the strings on our money in Southern Alberta before the firit.of the year. Some compentee aro not Into Southern-jUberU, but Held. We-aaVe'been'here for tluui, and we'art'rohig to stay. 1 don't kno> nor coual glre'.the south a iietttr boott than :-Mr. Saundeni knows ir hereof. I1. tftiHia when he talks about His name le. .familiar all over the pro; vlnce. ha hating just recently.led the of Bank of Co'm- raerce IQ Calgary to assume the pres- ent responsible position' vhlch ho holds.. In spaaklng ot" the'company's western investments in municipal properties Mr. Saunders -said that they' could liardly he in better shape, and there is nothing overdue. The Canada Life has never shut down thilr operations in', the'Vest o'n'ac count of. the money stringency, and at ibe prMent lime have more invest .merits'ia''Albe'rt'a than coin- Aooo'mpanjring.. Mr.-.Stuniers of the Vv'in ol the ;Mr Alberta-bran jH; 8, Jciaea Calgary. Mi 1 crops -right, here Railway Magnate Made Tour of Country in Kept Secret But Will Seek to Beat Out Competing Railways Interesting Visitor 'Cardslon, OcU 3. Mr. Hill. Chicago. Milwaukee t Orcal Fall, northward o, and aieo Ihe i the Dominion. Western THE BOND SITIJATIQN EXPENSIVE JAUNT. OF, CANADIAN MINISTER CHITICISfS'. AIRSrllPS' coM average apok of 'certain reports' -J hat ihUbo case 'of oats particularly, were very wrong and misleading. This report gave Manitoba an average cf 46 bush- Saskatchewan S3. and AlocrU ?5. "If the figures for Alberta were- re- 1 said her "it would, pound something like what I have The party of financiers motored. dovviv from Culgary fn four and ler hours, IB W. J; -McLwd'A Cad- illac, and were greatly Impress :d irtth the country.' north .of Lethb ridge. In the entire are'n-ohder- Mr "but I cannot bltai myself to the. fact that this part of Alberta has It. on ail of Canada Ltfe IB estcnd'ugMls majority pi nl Sam :ilnghes' party, ol oEfirers sail homewards on" the Koyal 'George to- morrow." Col. Hughes-last night, t.eld a Farewell tiiclud- -ihg. Lord' Dundonald, Sir Ian Haruil- lon, and several Australian 'and NV.V Zealand officeis; -.Thu. Canadian mili- tia., chief llis lasting utility; p! air :admjts ..have.? Total" UBUC Sold LeaFlne'a.-balance ot .optloD. _ 7-_ Dominion- Seciir-' i lie's'Corporation ot Tprcnlb, ..for.- Read Co., of Nev.- York. The optionfcxtch'fis'for 60 days Tlie n6ra: Corporatldii'.-bas 7 wircil.the, city to forward'th2 f of- signed, tjo'nijs delay when tbe mcto% win be paid over This will give ths city abobt'5125.000 in-casli to apply on notes in thfc hafiils Ihe public.1 x- HARRY --THAW'S. LATEST- 'AGREEMENT TILE p. STRIKED made brilliant Ihc recent manoeuvres.- during ALBERTA'S NEW "business In the west, lo'thla.erid have trebled hro One new buildings, one. 'In the other In Calgary. After speeding a few hours with. the local agent, D.-E; Harris the party returned to Calgary. London, OcL ;r- Washington, D.C., Oct. Vancouver, .B.C.. Oct.. .3.--Taera Tneetlng'of the itreet rai.lway menvlWt nlzht A. V. Lofting, secre- tary of "the union, said this are one o.-.lwo clauses of the' new agreement .the interpretation pf.iThicti-IS'Eivlne a little trouble, but the settlement1 of these is just'a ques- tion :of-discussion with the company. J'-dq Is the slightest strike. .There Is no pre- sent Justification for suggesting that Soliclltor ol the Stale Department; today postponed' announcement of. hie decision with respect to the whlch'Harry Thaw-lodged with" the State department, a 'strike Is possible." .'Representatives of the companj say-' the same Ihlnj. K ucu ar- rangements are in progress fo.r the arrangement of. an .Alberta province that Ibe British Embas3j-''.be' loan, the .whlcli -Is afked to explain the action OOO.at Hi per'cent, at 95. Tho exist- the Canadlnn authorities In Ing 5 per cent, dsoeritbres loan, nggre- forcing Thaw.'out of Canada..' .-t. gating over. 'was quoted yesterday at 94.' mm i ON ANOTHER CHARGE Saskatoon, Sask., Oct. be- ing nciiiititd oT murder and re-arrest" ed'on 2 charge an accessory the-fact, John doldsplnks, Ihe hired .man In tbe Doris White case, cair.e up before Justice Xewlands once again this morning. Great DemocratjclTariff ioh'Ts Nearly Ready for- the President Weahington, Presi- dent Wilson began s'ork .today with. the prospect' ol signing before night- fail. the'Tirst great. reform measuie o( his 'and Iho first DsmocVailo lirifi revision bill 'passed In nearly a oi years. Democrat- ic leaders the House and: Senate had smoothed the way for Ihb 'iasl legislative'- step for. the app: oval o! thu till; 'congressional c'erlcs had en grossed and. prepared the huge docu ment-''fof the President's signature and remained only- lo secure the formal" action of the House of Ro Eentaiives In recedlns from its' col First Vote. Takori Yeste'r- Local Member Moved j Lengthy Motion EHmonton, Alia., Oct. the Amendment, IT; ugalrftt, 3S. The ilrst dlvlillon on Ibe Alberta rind Wi'tcrwaya tulted In.rictorr (or the lovernmenl by a rnaloritjr r; IS .Npl B ot tilt. abslalned from voting, 36 Ltbeial mom- Vre of the HOUM wwViolldly unjl- ed In'faTor ot Pnnltr. Slttoa'i tolu- tlen. The tn6red_ by SteiruTt, ot onded or IL B. Cafapbell, ot Kocky ao lujVcsllon of wlutloo. 11 merely Bitted WU not be read i s-iasd-Kns thin followed lottf'lM the doccmantB, lelegnrpi, nooki, of. reference, 'fluiicM of. ix-opoted menu, wklch Ihe -oppotllldn would fequke to-be broiithf Inlo the Houfe befcre they would have auffl- cienl contldence In the financial cone I ruction abllUy. and eomrrifrcltl of J. .D: McAr- (Continued on WAS ASHAMED OF IT Medicine Alia., Oct.. 2. Robert. giving evidence at '.the-'- .hearing at-V. for ar- testjlied tbnt the Accused ff told her 'that lie li'ad burn: cd down, his paint shop. He said that It the only thing he had eyor'done that he was asbamed of. ton -futures amendment to com Erabraced io '.the. legislation, which as been in. "Congress "since 5, rerision That's Why the Herald Decided .to- Part With Two. Thousand Dollars in it's Subscriptipii Campaign MIE'SKIS Wimicli, Oct. hftillh ot I'rin cess Augustin Victoria'.of Hohcrizo'. Jcrn, wife ol lor'mcr'-King oi 1'ortujal, Is so.-rapHI? thtt.she ainil her husband er his father' or biniself bad ly looked the proposed route over, Travelled by Auto Mr. Hill made the. Irip through Al- berta In' a Packard car, end sdd Ihat he bar1, been able to satisfy himselt that a great deal had been underesti- mated, and that he .was able to maka the Inspecllou of tbe whole of tbe pro- posed jojta with th'e machine. At Babb, Mont., tbe headquarters ot the United States Reclamation eer- vlc-e in charge ot the Milk River pn> ]ect, on his return he met Chief. Engineer Savage, and went into some. of the details of the route, is the proposed road will probably cross some of the canals of the meat Mr. Hill tays that viu. coal and' mineral resources are at present undeveloped and that bis' road will give an outlet with cheap transporta- tion facilities long looked for.'" His road will'Up'.what Is Vspwn as tht Van Pelt Copper property, .lylnE to the southwest of Cardston, and also some of the coal properties '.farther, to the west To say that Mr. HiD's remarks ara welcome .news would be .putting1 tha mailer very lightly, as. the.. Great Norlbern 'dp hot-often start .in to do anything that they ,do not ar.d this was'ifldleafed.when.Mr..Hill said that prepared to build two miles of railway to .one of auy other company. -'Saw a Viewed from an1 It-looks-.u realized i that It 'Vas dme'.tbat his cpropany' looked into a" field '.-herelofo're .ue-' as. Ibe Irnmeriie. mlied "fann- }j iaf, dairy'and hay Hemi that are hot ttt' be'.'overlrKAedValong wil'd the "passenger.'hnslnesH "coming V: -.fjoni -.the. National London, Ocl. depnrlalion oi Marie I.loyd, the music hall .-singer, is commented upon today by .the Pall Mall which'r Kome- wliat sarcastically about'.-Ihe sensi- tiveness of American'public'; al; in. the United the'Jtocky Mountains-park of.-.Canada, and ticket Iheir-to'urisls Umnigh both of .'these grea t natural pldy- grounds, the lincEl-bits'. Tvcrld.. not affect.'anythinE in the matter of- clad.'. cordufoySj rhet'1 .and chatted" with' a great many' who did not know: that1, they.were talking to-one'-of- tbia con-.- linent's most'able able to get his country" at first and.. any.to do at all.- -'-i: Lltllo Information can be out the proposed route at-the present; time, as It Is. a little premature.at: present With the Milwaukee raaMng trmcks northward as fast as possible, minion--Western sta.rtlng! -'at 'the.; boundary, and the Great promising to rival either or'both' generar'recluctjgn'pt .nearly all of it.says "One he by this Kovern- ment, on foreign fnerchandise; n new ncoma'tai. tnat will.strike every pcr- pn income above J30CO, and aii-array.'of important changes In customs'-lawsVami; 'internal revenue regulations, jWhlch will keep the treas- ury 'officials busy for many mbnths-in adjusting adminlstra- will have an important bearing-en .all trade'dcvol- opmenla "in.'the country for the nest year .or two.. tlic excessive the regulations for-the adrnission ol aliens to' America" cprrespqr.ds'-with the daily lifp of the citjwn's within _ts discreet these in'construction bbdea good for Southerri Alberta, you diiin't get tfie J1000 you'll gel well paid for all you Herald guarantees that.- the method o! r'ond'oetinR it, -will differ a Kllle Irum the 'contests in the fast, -Votes-will he Issued for all subscription co'teclions for- tho" 'Daily and IlcraH, and it will to necessary to publish the niiiiics of Ihe candiHalcs from litre to takes lhal much 'anyway to Hie public inter- ested. The. stories, however; will be short and tiie amount ol ad- somewhat.curtailed. Thf '.names of carjlidales.-will not he. upon and altogclr.er it is the Intention to put more dig- nity' (n this campaign than is in such a flairs. should htsJtale -atout cnieiin'gVTo worV'lor'a wage Is', the Herald'ol- fers mighty big H? )of that will be at' the Htrald Campaign Acadia block, or ad- ircss post office hoi 445, or phone tor further There's.SZOOO -.the 'rnoney.. the -fliis campaign actively .AYS IT .S3 SUPERIOR TO DE- GRADATION 'OF AN INTOL- ERABLE SITUATION QUEEN MARY A Ocl.' U reported un- pfflcfilly. lhat the new .'crniMr Queen' Mary In" her' recent .full-hour trial 'made J5.7 knots- [o.3 Mine Supplies1 Burned Causing Loss bi Brioade Worked Well J: Five" dollars' ex- tent ol'ilie loss suslair.cd-l.y'the C. H. dc-'arlniuil 'of 'natii'Jal leso'utc- Southampton, Oct. 3. Tholes' whenjiisl nisht very Kev. t Henson, dean e.fco out in tbe'ralne. prop and side Ihe'city llmitsi o wat5t Irom beirif plrvted; bin :.'.el tect.'.-At'eleven o'clock 'fjlune.- wcre making strong. headway i'-; sc Chicl Hardy brdtrsd out the brlgadi with'.the.fire engine. .Rroni-' clever o'clock'until, six this'rnoniing L'th: rnfii lought with four streams.ot'wi working to confini the fire li the centre oi tr.c pile- Ir.e cnj mr crcatct! a'ftnsallon at the'tlmw. pile ..at 5tnifi? ol. tht .Gait! nished'eicellcnt prtssuie contkup.ysl England congrc-ss during, the night, .the guaje (n. Jh day'-by a speech in which tie openly cause .o( power station registering between 9 aw roved" divorce He declared that.as it started abbufthecentre o! 11 was ;one of th. the: hill of .the gtowlh of' The tlmteis ate very, .dry ,ln'best'tests .on pumping sysUji tHe movement In lator o< divorce Alwujlit a spark! that'could be got, and Chief iljrd not to be; explained by oulbreayIfom the. minis might h'aVn caused the of llcen'Voiif.niss.- .Its strength I damage. In tte'Ytct that It gate expression the dUUKlIf c'Whrlstten tacfcr.- Klf-fesfect'ihtl.would in which bet error, He _ -i Umbers- aid, prop. j -Luckily the wind .-was from the were consumed: by the flai'.es.. Th pire'rn'na'.ewf; and'blaa vis a fierce, onej.anil-lhe.oeav wert of .imoVe.-banging the.clt the mine; ard'haJ- falling w'iriJ Irom: "In-j thought :nT'. ead 6f Iht north olhers.were sore IM.tlFpM a 'ino' rnaelilncry woiili-.'surely, gone 'men Vouli ia.e nb'in'n'aiiies. all fire was-firjt fiallced ffAni mine "worked iU city, Kirc ;