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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX rum. ZETHIJIUDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY; OCTOBER 17, 191-1 AT IT AGAIN ON MONDAY! There wfflbeiojet up to Every day sees I Partnership Insurance THE IMPERIAL ASSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA Toronto We know of a case where the death of a partner has caused the remaining part- ner serious financial em- barrassment. If he had had a substantial Imperial Life Partnership Insurance Policy on his deceased part- ner's life, the moderate premium for which could have been paid put of "profit and he would easily have been able to tide over the severe strain. For a moderate premium one may provide against fi- nancial embarrassments due to the death of a partner; and .it behooves all men trading in partnership to thus protect themselves and their business interests. J. B. Wilde, District Manger, letlAridge The nuintalM iU poligreMrtei Gan ril Renncnkampff for r'acoration vith almost the highest class oi tne Order of St Ceorgf This is related n a dibpatch from Petrograd to the Reuter Telegraph Co Miller enroled as a volunteer at the outbreak 01 tie vyai, and later was promoted to the rank of non-coinmis; sioned officer in a regiment of Cos- sack; Among his exploita were the cap- ture of a German armored automo- bile, th? seizure of a supply train, and the taking of a quantity of arms and ammunition. Also, while the Rus- sians VVCTO nearing STvralki, Miller, disguised as a peasant, entered the nerrnstn obta'-cd full dc ijiijfi rftrardina thfllr. forces. Be Sure They're Cowan's SOLID CHOCOLATE People who insist on getting the genuine Cowan's Maple Buds do so because they believe that no others are quite so good.....and they very probably, learned by experience. Edmonton, CKt the re" Succession Duties Act, which vvas presented to house tins week, bt comes law in the [orm m which it was Drought do n, the government wil in a pobition to collect Irom one to sixteen per cent in taxes on estates pa-sing it death into other hands The schedule is worked out on graduated scale, and gtneril'j speaking, about doubles the income to province from this source The chief provisions are that all estates under are exempt and that estates up to .passing to immediate relatives resident in the province are exempt Estates be :tween and passing to members of tho deceased's family ,not resident in the province will Be .ts- bessfl rne ptr cent Similar estates some to a brother or si-tor uncle or aunt or other lineal descendant will be asscss'd 5 per cent and when be- queathed to any other henuflciary vjill pay ten por cent Estates between and 000 to father, mother, wife, husband, or Unltl will pay H cent when beneficiaries are resident in the province, when outoide tho province, 2 per cent If any person in tJinci- two classes takes more than of the estate the tax will be 6 per ceni The scheJule is gradmled in simi- lar fashion np to estates exceeding upon which the minimum tax will he 10 per cent and the maxi- mum 16 per cent When askCil yesterday for an ex planitron of his bill, 'I roasurer Mit- chell stated that it was entirUv new leaislation when compared with the old act It materially increased the revenue (torn the !-Jt compar- ed favorably with the taxes imposed m other provinces. The schedules wore prepared otraa different bas- is. BOW 'ISLAND NEWS Bow Island, Alia1., Oct. Pa> riotio neld in the Oddfellows' llai'i on Tuesday evening was a splen- did .success.' the handsome sum of 550.CO being realized. The entire pro- gramme was well rendered lj tne eyoibition bv tile Eos Scouts under the able direction of Rev A W Swavne rhe chorus 'It's a long.way to and the se- lections' by1 the orcheetfa. -Miss Tay- j lor was accompanist for the evening nere given b- Rev A Swavne and Rev Mr Cook The hill TV as very suitably decorated with flags and bunting Tna various committees are to "be congratnlitfeu on the suc- cess of the evening Mr Fetchett and Mr Olson were visitors to LethbriaK" on Thanks Miss O Connor -formeilv of Bon Island who is at pieseut teaching in Carnwngay, spent the holiday! m town R A Paiker ism Cnlgarj tins w eel- Mr and Mrs Howard Murray are taking up tneir residence in for the "inter Mrs M Tolan of Montreal is the guest of her father Mr Nathan Wall work and her sister Mrs B T Whit Mr and Mrs Paul Ludtke are being con -'ulated on the birth of daughter. ________ Miss Edna Muir of Medicine Hat the guest of Miss Luci'le Fuller for a few davs this week Francis Halpm of, Macleod spent. Thanksgiving at his home here The new building of the Bow Wand HaidwareiCo on. Main street is near- ing completion Chuck Chuen is calling for tenders for the erection of a brick veneer building, on the site of his pro on Main street destroyed by His recent fire This building will b- used as a restaurant Mr Voguil of the Union Bank staff is spending his WnJjys ttith son Whitney at the Whitney ranch at Manyberriea. J G Preston, a traveller for the Tudhope Anderson Co of Saskatoon, I died in the hospital at Moose Jaw IT IS THE TASTE. THE FLAVOR OF 5 COCOA That Makes It Deservedly Popular An absolutely pure, delicious And wholesome food beverage, produced by a scientific blend- ing of high-grade cocoa beans, subjected to a perfect mechanical' process of manufacture. Made in Canada Walter Baker Co. Limited MONTREAL, CANADA ESTABLISHED 1780 DORCHESTER, MASSACHUSETTS ;