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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta JPagcS THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Friday, October 24, 1913 FOOLISH [INSURANCE NOTES AND NOTES Ob. you liability InsuriiKe. ViVrve than uuy begun to iuru up so'bilfcn bcrs o( the city council are afraid iiov to mention it above a A storm broko over the couucll chamber this afteruoon vheu it came up again, this time under a different guise, and Aid, Skelth has as- sumed a belligerent Eouriati attitude. Here's the Reason Hack. In, 1911, the liability insur- ance wns given to Asqultb and Lind- say. The premium amouiueU had uo money PLAN TO MEET CURRENT EXPENSE By borrowing up to Irom the sinking Juini; sa4 the committee a tor about {HQ.OOO of the (which viU be "tcceiied shortly, Lopes to be able pay all vucreal account notes held by tax- payers, so that may be applied en account of taxes. This was .ar- rived at today at a special meetips of the and scheme will be ratried cut, ii can be made with the bar.k lor a release of their hypothecation on the OCO bouds mentioned, Oti i-apital account notes, a percen- tage, probably 25 per will be to paid out oi the proceeds o! the mon- ey from 'the sinking fund. tendered, a note. Since that the time Kvery- effort is being made by the the cote, has .Leon reduced by council to get matters in shave so reduction, of 25 per cent, bringing ii the money will be available "down TO at ivlnch it weei. before the last day ofiiis- 1ms been three tlriies renewed. count arises, (n the jttJt year Asqulth and Llnil- --Winnipeg, Oct. small odvei- in the commas of a Yic- toria newspaper has revealed through .f investigation a wonderful story ol -Sweeping- reorganization that will cic- -.ale an entirely new order.in. the d t'elopraent oi tKe Hudson's Bay com- 1 panv's iiir trade in northern Canada. Tbradrrrtisfment calls in the most matter oi fact way for tenders for build ioe of two new auxiliary sttatnets .latge enough for.ocean tra- ready for ne'xt spring.' Upon inquiry the in- lorniatioa :Tyas given 'out Itey 'were to be. used oa' the .'Arctic ocean about of Winnipeg trans- polling round delta -of. the U river. On "October 1st the -Hudsbri's Bay" Co.-placed.in commis- sion its-.first psrmasEnt. to ply i. west ,-.coast of Hudson's pay-: This boat is. an Stf-lpa 'auxU- iaiy steamer and ,was sent aTray frdtn ;Kngland quietly and without any Ware oi trumpets. It Is already BIG MEN TAKING PART say's note for that amount has been bought by '.Wilson and Skelth. In 19J2 a year later, the liability in- surance was given." to Guardian Insurance.Co., whose agents are the AlbrriA.Loau and Investment Co. The premium was which a note was tendered. Tliis note, though of a later date, has received three succes- sive discounts of per csat, passing through the stages 51540 and respectively, at uhkh lat- ter figure the note ts now held by .the Alberta Loan and Invest meat Co. Aid. Sbeith wanU to know why the: lauer note-was reduced three times .while the -Asqulth Lindsay Oflavra. Ont.. OcL j though a year older, has been leduced Wilfrid Laurier leaves on I RETURNS TO ONTARIO Toronto, Ont. Oct. Ford of Edmonton today, at Osgoode Hall, presented (its patent as King's Coun- sel and was called within the bar by Sir William Meredith. Mr. Ford rcent west to becomo deputy attorney gen- eral of Saskatchewan. FAIRBANKS DEAD Inflicnapolis, Ind., OcL Charles F.- Fairbanks, aged GO, wile of Charles Fairbanks, former vfco- jiresldent of the United Slates, died at 7.45 this momitis from VE rnonia. She Jiail been ill since Octo- ber 15. Monday to take- part in the. Soujh Bruce He will address uiie meetiug at Tteswaier oa Tuesday. Octo- ber ?S, lloa. C. J, Doherty, minister of justice, also leaves on-Monday to" take part in the v. campaign. The .voting1 on Thursday-nexL only once. City, Clerk Robinson was asked for an explanation, lie said he could j Eire no. emanation offhand, but sug- gested that -the Wilson and Skeith notes were given for "longer" periods. This did not satisfy Sbelth who says he vrlll find "out more later. -.STRUCK THE ICE '-Seattle, Oct. Bract land, a vhaler, who feft.Poitit Barrow September 1, and armed here today, reported that in August three oC'.yUhjalmar "Stefansson's "exploring ship's, the .vhaters Karluk and BelVe- the scKooner "ilary. 'a-lead'in Ice east Point'. Barrpw'-'and 'steamed away FORMERLY R. N. MAN Toronto, Oct. ?4, Alfred Ernest Den IsoaV ('fth -son of -the late Lieut Col. Denisoa died In his C3rd today. -He" was a brother of A. architect of -this, city and a Col, G. f.rDenlson. He was for several years a member of the Northwest Mounted Police. _ RUSSIA AHEAD OF CANADA London; Oct city of North BAttleford per cent de- benture s7 issued at 95, are having a poor seeing that the pro- raalSTB adopted the unusual ofreitendipg the advertised tfme of The, publte. sabscribed more than 50 i of tht St. Petersburg per. ceil. leav- fne lete than 50 "per cent, with the No fresh applications by Canada are just yet GOVERNOR GENERAL WILL TORN WITHOimANY MAN- IFESTATION OF PUBLIC WELCOME 'Witness, will you please answer my questions a 'little mo'ro queri- ed the lawyer, was cross-exam- inlcg an elderly German as to tLe position of the cloory windows, etc., in the house where a" crime bad been committed. "I vill try frill try." an swered the old man. Will you'tlescribe to the Court just hoiv tfts slnirs run In that went on the lawyer. For a few minutes German look- ed puzzled, and hit his nails nervously. "ilow ze stairs he interrogat- ed a little "Conae, come; my goodjinan! Uow the stairs run. If you said the lawyer in an exasperated tone. ventu red witneEs phleg- inatically, ''vet zay nin and. yen" I run oop! jJownstairs iay Photographs As A Xmas Will keep Ihe recollections more vivid, aod contort many a lonely hour of separatloo. Our is exceptionally fgr flne portrait "work. See our fire light ptctureji in show cabf. Make au today. Allison The Photographer In Your. Town BALMORAL.BLOCK LETHHRIDGE IHE PAST, Sit FUM P i a i ovKCtn i '.VAC Cfi JOY- LETHBRIDGE WILL BE LIKE a model by Poiret, the fam o'js women's costuracr who i visiting in Canada. fair crowd at the First C'biiTCh last, night to hear three "lectures" In which LethbrWge was sized up from three perspectives. The lectmeres were ex.-Ald. Oliver, J. P. Tracy and Tir. Mr. OlHer as an "old timer" dealt with 100 years ago, and while he gave vent to little Imagin- ation as to the days when Ihe Indians the Tarms, toal njlnes, tnd oil and gac- wells. sjr. Oliver dealt fully with the past 25- years and gave Interesting reminiscences of cow-town days, related a few Indian Btories and told of .the coming of. tbe railways and" opening- 6t "tLe coal whlcb'mean so ..much to the "r j" Th< Mr. "Tracy dealt1 with the present hud his description of Lothbridge as the natural geographical for an immense territory, of ita present pay rolls and development and the ppten- tlalltles capable of unfolding untoM j ealth, proved highly Tlic Future Rev. pr. Spencer dealt with the pro- j ettc role and lold o! luo rs to come. He WAS In humorous Btraln it times and created lots of I fun. Dr. Spencer predicted a cUr of people with t fine race of men and "women, and dealt eihaustlvely and hximorouBly with Eodal customs to come. An to the economic, ho laid labor unions would broaden out and instead of. competents carrriu? tiie burden of Incompetents, would da- vise a system whereby later would be classified according to ability. Dr. Spencer pictured huge busiwes blocks 'drew quite a fanciful picture of the coulee fcclcg converted Into ono immense pleasure resort Trith.baule- vaida, drives and ravines, while on tbe heighU above would he the homes of the rich. Coming of the rich. Crowning it would be an-taimeneo Qalverclty covering a large area, j- In' addition to the addreaees were solos by'MIsB StUt and" Mr. -McOou- gan'and a recitation Kathleen The chair "wis occupied by Mr. J. H.- Tabor. Quebec, Oct, %to the latest "imorraation here, the-Express Ireland" Their Koyal High-j I nesses the Dufcc and Duchess oi Lion-; j'r.aught aboard, will not-arrive here until midnight tonight' at llie'eaili-! est, ani tbe big liner may i even-he drlayed until-the small-hours ol-'tUe morning. There is a" heavy mist ail along the St. Lawrence atd the ship will "not IE able to mate her. usual speed. Mayor .Drouin said this morning that there, would be absolutely noth- ing in the way of'a formal reception, lie said he would personally vrelcome the probably lomorrow morn- ing, but it- unlikely any members of the city council would "accompany itm. 'According fo Mr. Parkinson, o? the Dominion police, will le on duty the special train whicii tarty their Iloyal Highnesbes to Ottawa, the royal party'will remain onboard (he Kmpress tonight and the train j will start for 9 in the morning.L MRS. PANKHURST suffragette leader, who was declared an "undesirable'' by the N. Y. Immigration authorities. She then made an appeal to Washington, LOAN SHARK JAILED New York, Oct. H. Tpl- mnn, knoTrn to many cities In the Unl- led States and Canada as "King cf the Loan muat serve months In Jail 'usury.. The .su- preme.court 50 decided today iu deny- ing his appeal from conviction on October 3th. if? Notice tb Auto Owners vAfter October 26, no l Gasoline will be sold to cdrisumers. Moose Jaw, ler- riblc thresliing accident occurred at Kceler last evenicg, wtien .Ed. Lang- Iw, a separator man, working on an o'JtJH ouncd by Snow ami Coales, was Injured so badly that he died be- fore moinlng-. Langlce, who was an experienced man at his business en- deavored lo'put on