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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, October 7, IftlS TITE LETIIRRIDGE DAILY HERALD rage 5 THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND D.CJ-. ALEXANDER LAIKD. C.ner.1 Mauser JOHN A1KU, AsVt Onci V. C. BROWN, Superia'ended of Central Western Branches JBBff m, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Issued by The "Canadian Bank of Commerce enable the traveller to provide himself with funds without delay nt each point of his journey in a convenient yet inexpensive maimei- They are issued payable in every country in the world in denominations ol SI 00. r the exuct equivalent in the moneys of the prirrvipVil countries slattti on the fiice of each chetjue. They sjre economical, ubsolulely safe, self- and easily Lethiridge Branch R, T. Brymner. Mgr. 'ff WILL TACKLE Clerk Robinwn Prepares List for Guidance of the City Council Tonight the council will attack the TORONTO AND HAMILTON TO GET ONE NEW M.P.P The roil lor' V.'estrains'rr lur September, witli the names o! pupils who 41) per ceat on cadi and 00 per cfnt. .0 the aggregate marks in the Mlammatioss. Oraile C. (ieijcr, M. Eng- lish, V. (iillifs. K. C. Jennings, prin-] undertake tlio Job with a ?eri- i Ktknce. but not reach the 1 tirade Van Lilt, Jos-1 icn yesterday. Below Is a copy of the report ping off at leait ?1000 per month now .being, paid out ID Ealarles aud wages. The coimcll ii in mooi to KUdoa. T-Xera Dunswotth. Mag- Rumor Has ll That a Fall And Winter Excursions Berthing Li its Now Open Attractive Sailings by Various Routes DOWN m' MONTREAL, QUEBEC, LIVERPOOL Oct. 4, Canasa.. Oct. 11, Megantlc No. Oct. T3. Nov. Oct. ?5, Laurentic Nov.22 Lauru.tU CHRISTMAS SAILINGS Frcra Portland; KallMx: Nov. 30---- Canada Doc. Dee. .7___ Mcgantlc Dec 13 Dee. 14.... Teutonic White Star Line Xov. 20 Cedric, 4 Baltic, Dec. 11 Celtic New York, Southampton, Plymouth fl long Nov. and Dec. 13. Majestic, Nov. 26 Ote-nic Dec. o New.York, Dec. 12. Boiton, Liverpool Nov. IS and Dec. 15 Arabic Tbc Laurentic and Mcgantlc are ttie largest steamers in the Canadian Trade and embody nil the comforts and luiurl-js o! up-to-date travel. The Teutonic, Canada and Arabic are tennid Cabin Ships on which paseengers hase the best ac- commodations at Second Class rates! Comfort and economy com- bined.. For Other Sailings. Illustrat- ed Booklets, etc., apply to nearest rail- way or steamship agent or W, M. McLEOD, Canadian Wcitern Passenger Aoent. 333 Main St. Winnipeg Ask about our Nine Cruises to Pan- ama Canal nnd West Indies.-or "Medit- erranean .Crlnies lo the Riviera, Italy end Egypt. BUI Will Be Brought In at the- Coming Session Igic Klinn, James Goldie. Redistributfon 11. 1L Clradc jy City Clerli Robinson, wlio has prepired It In tc- n-lth the motion paesed at It v.-Klsie tfestcoll. last ot the cottnc11-, 12 Ukborvn at.. 25c. an hour Coal 8 on piece worfc 5 gang forenitn toSBc. an hour 27 laborers at.. Streets 4 Imboreri 'at 25c. an hour 1 laborer an hour Etorti 2 .blacksmiths at. lo 45c. an hour 2 carpenteri at.. 50c.tia hour Electric' 23 power-house mechanics and llces- men At.. ivitoJEOamonth Thompson. Bertie Maclndot. llmti- thn, o! lhe make hi the electoral map of Hie Pro-j WcStCott, Klsic Kniced, Uertic Doe, vlnce wlien the- House optns for tis i jlaj- plinn, Milly Grist, Dan Mc- zicxt sltiings. The great changes: Meekin, Hector Ingrain, Matjorie in the dlstrE- j jjourticii, David Kerr, Anthony -Jar- butlon of Ontario's population since; vie. Miss N. Hal penny, the redistribution bill following liiel Lindsay, Veta census o! have, It Is said, raadeiGlanviEle, Kathleen Franc's it that alterations fn' theiPJnnn, Hill, Thomas Allen, Ijoundaries of electoral districts should Vernu Oray, Blanche Olandcr, Syd- be made. 11 i3 not unlikely tbut To- my Shaw, Thomas .Ma1..... departments, but not take Into consideration the men employed by il'ay labor. A list of those follow. The total city payroll at is approx- imately. per month, of which J7.1C2.13 .goes to the employees on the city nail tteff, vtlio hold positions of.a'more or less executive nature. Monthly Department Payroll Finance.-publicity and legal..52209.831 -7. Police 13 constables at }7s to ?30 a month TO THE EXCURSIONS OLD COUNTRY NOW IS THE TIME to let us make arrangements FOR YOUR TRIP RAIL FARE Tost job- November 7 to December 31 Inclusive LIMIT FIVE MONTHS Through Tourist and Standard Sleeping Cars In connection with principal Sailings to Shipt side. No change en routo Stopover and Extension Privileges I'uH particulars and all dcUild arranged for you by S. B. MITCHELL C. P. R. DEPOT. PHONE 512 REPRESENTING ALL STEAMSHIP LINES R. DAW SON, Dtttrlct Pancnger Agent, Calgary. Police ronto will be given another represent- ative, anil possibly Hamilton another one. In .the county of Bruce, where all throe EC.IIS are held by Liberals, there Is tnlk of making only two seals North and Soutli Huron being govern-1 li to' line Hamm, Myrtle Jesse Watson, Lily Uains. Miss A. .Klelt, teacher. 1.55 CITV COUNCIL .NOTIFIED OF IN- TENDED MEASURE TO PRO- HIBIT FAVORS TO IN- 1 DUSTRIES 315.00 552.60 506.00 465.00 Streets 250.00 ment stamping grounds, are Ba be likely to remain, but to have their; boundaries BO extended as to do away with Centre Huron, which IB a Liberal riding. 1 "SAVED FROM AT THE SHERMAN FRIDAY. OCTOBER 10th Waterworks Coal mine Parks tind boulevards U Costal .r-d on P.l.ir.l Ntw (1913) of tk. LINE the "Anjr.nla" and claying or.- caliia (11) ?r.d third arc with crery modem aud xafcly feature.a Iteir reniarkaV.C sltadindi la rougi. wealhcr. MAGNIFICENT APPOINTMENTS. Lounge. Gymnasium, Ihawin? Sir-okinfj-nXini, and Covaed Ott'icstra. SPEOAL CHRISTMAS SAIUNG 9lh. 1813. f.om to Urerpool.S.S. One cl.u cJiio HI) iMtJ cUu oolr. An.Iic.Uin lOould Ter of raftKrgE and from Montreal, roitlanil, Eostan and Nen-Yutk, "4 THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP .CO., LTD. 304 Mun Street, WINNIPEG. sfeeet railway Detehtionihomo ilBoiaUqh liperdta! Miscellaneous 178 00 At yesterday's .meeting of lhe City 12500 Council, a communication was read OQ 00 'roln minister of 21500 mrolclp'illtloa, "atitlns" that u Mil was 14oloO Mnder .cqnBlderati.m In tilt session at' Kdmonlon, lhe 11500 pi'rpoBK'of which iras to wake it un- 11500 i for cltieE or iu the lirov- 'of' i-lberln. ti .I'm. any InJus- In addition the following ir.en are on Street RaElwy 4 helpers at 35c. an hour .3 laborers at 25c. toSOc. anhom- 34 motpnnen and conductors at.' 25c. to30c, anlio'jr Health 2'laborers at....... .50.25 an hour 7 teamsters at ......2.50 per day Parks and forerien Bl.. 27Kc.to30c. an hour 315.00 ..J7462.13 .try by.giving granti I cessions'.' on special con- As Hie till has-not matured yet, the council cbuld Ufee iw action oth- er lhari-to'ftak tho-c'lty clerk to write the deputy minister- rpr a copy ot the bill aVd" that bi made. I 'Solicitor' Ball slated that in h'F opinion ,the .bill- wouil not be re- troactive in any .vi'l any siieo lai concessions' granted to date -he -voided.- Tacre-WBS.no to the bill votred b'y any member of the council ye.iieiday. i they are neat! SSS- And they-rc just as comfortable as they look. __ I have worn this kind for years aniM never" knew what hose satisfaction was until I got them. You should try Penmans retain their snug to foot and limb and arcor much longer tlian ordinary hose. Per.matis Hosiery is inadu fur men, and children, in vvrr (oilon, casftmert, silk any iveight and all popular colors. Ixwlc for tho tafecuik Penmans Limited, Parist Can. S' I HOKCTI SwMttia Underwtar 03S That's the amount of Money the Herald agrees to give away without any strings attached The Newspaper.takes-all. the chances ones who 'participate in this distribution are sure of reward according to the effort put forth. In other words, the Herald guarantees to pay competitors who enter this'year's Subscription Campaign at least regardless of the returns Thousand Dollars, if changed into dollar, bills and placed end to end, would be 1208 feet long, or almost a quarter of a few "yards" of this money.would no doubt fit in. very well with your plans or sch'ernes about Christmas time, or maybe earlier. TO GET DOWN TO BUSINESS AT Herald lias appropriated to be divided, 'according io a plan out- lined in this among candidates who hike pail in a subscription campaign. The rules arc simple. women (married or single) -boys and eligible to compete. The only JJIT- sons employees of Hie Herald. Each subscription payment for llic-Daily or Weekly Herald .will be worth n certain number of voles, tiic value being great- er al the beginning of the conlcst than at the close of the cam- paign. The candidate securing Hie largest -number of voles, re- gardless of resilience locution, will bn given first choice of all the prizes; the candidate getting the second largcsl number of voles having second choice, and so on unlil all the regular prJ7.es arc taken up. All oilier active contestants will be paid 10 per cent commission on all subscription money collected. The will be .divided into fen parts, or prizcST as fol- lows: (1) (2) 5100; (3) S200; (i) (5) (ft) ?oO; (7) (U) 525; Tlic Herald'has had three .newspaper contests before this 'une, and it's a toss-up between the city of Lelhbridgc and the out- side territory in regard to distribution of the prizes. -If anything the country has the "edge" on the city. As far as known this is the first lime any Canadian news- paper lias'offered all-cash prizes. But the Herald-believes in doing things different, and it is likely that these will prove popular. The competition stnrls as soon as'the candidates but it will close December 1st, just long enough before Christmas to give the winners a chance to sanely spend the fruits of victory. Supplies are now ready for candidates who wislrlo become active al once, Storl-NOW and get the. "edge" on the hcsitalor Don't lei the old thief, of lime "Procrastination" gel yoii. The Lethbridgc oflicn candidates arc invited .to call, is located in the Acadia Block, over lhe Red Cross Drug Slorc. Office to 12 and 1.30 lo 0, and by appointment.' All comimmicalioiis should be addressed to The Herald Sub- scription. Campaign Department, P. 515, Lcthbridge, Al- bcrla. Phone 13-11. Lcsl-yim conlcsl starts now and ends Dec. 1st. liring or mail the "Information Blank" lo the Subscription Ctiiupaign Department, and gel started early. INFORMATION BLANK .........._._________........1913 HERALD SUBSCRIPTION CAMPAIGN DEPL Phone 1344, P. O. Box 545, Lethbridfe, I am interested ih the Herald's Cash Prize Competition and would be glad to have you send.ine a: few supplies and further.information, ADDRESS ;