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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. Letkbrlilge. Tuesday, September 23, CENTS Number 240, SOME ABLE JUDGES TAKING PART lit THE SULZER IMPEACHMENT ALBANY Council Met This Morning But Insurance Question Caused Liveliest Debate Although Ite contract has beta awarded Bad. Ite policy signed, I bo InsuraDce mailer will uot slay down. It is -talked ol everywhere 03 the streets. I It cropped up In council meeting egain this morning, when the council u'.el in special session lo consider a couplo of healthy sour-dlng telefcrairiH from Mayor llardie, n'lw in Toronto. This time Aid. Williamson was tlu'rc, and It was against two. Aid. Lovcriag and Alrd hold to their first opinion. They believe they did right n giving the insurance to the Alberta Loan and Investment Co., be- cause they represented a non-hoard company. Aid. Williamson ar.d Hamilton are yery much against the action arid ivinl the public to know they T.ere not responsible. The matter was discussed heatedly lor some time-, but no action could be taken to revoke tlie. action ol Sat- urday nigbt. know there waB no said 'Aid. Williamson. "I don't want lo Intimate that there was. But It had mote of tfie look ot a case ot grail than anything I have cten since I have beea on the couacll." "f voted according to (he dictates of my answered Aid 'Aird. "That was thp only'thing that Influenced me. And 1 think yet thai I was right." "1 guess tbe tables are 'said Aid Levering in speaking to the reporters. "Last- spring Aid Skeith got a couple of notions- o mino thrown out Ihe Game. way. tpld him' then it was a long lano jlfal had no turning." At that was in connection with', the hoxlng Lover to Design ;.had his re taa. hands of the. mayo in fact.-Today--there talk p: Ald.-Skelth as a' protest against the action of the council! AH.' Leveling slated, that when Aid. SLclth was asked last night for his opinion on a certain telegram from- the mayor, Mi. Skelth refused to dis- cuss it. It appears DOW that there was an- other tender lower Ihin tho .Alberta Loan Co- hid. Ires and Stephcr.s lor the Canadian Railway Awjident Co., tendered at 51.50 per hundred. But this carried an indemnity of in care of accident causing the death of city employee. All the other tend- ers carried only 51500 indemnity. Tha jaws of Alberta provide flSDO com- pensation in case of death, GO that, in case a fight Is made, for the the city might have to. put up the (300 diliorcoce. Tho policy oi the Canadian Railway. Accident would therefore have given Hie city com- plete protection. Dut working It out on the bails, their rate really il.25 or ten cento per hundred lower than the hM accepted, Tbli makes three bidi lownr thm that of Ihe Alberta Loan ana larestaent Co This morn ngTE meeting ol the council Kerned to be prrraded with a more optimistic feeling ai regards a sale, of the bonds, tiro or three briers of a conditional nature having been received Irora the east yester- day. Aid. Williamson believes that the lime is not lar distant irhor. liondij will be more read- ily considered than now. OFF TO SEE MANOEUVRES London. George and (ho DuJto or. Con- Htugbt arc jirocccdme today together to Aldershoi fcr the v army manoeuvres. They will v aHenvards rclurn lo llalmoral v for a week. The Duke Ims 110 further engagements before rclurnlng lo Canada. Preliminary Balllc Consists in Using All Possible Tech- nical Objections Albany, N.Y., ScpL When ttc nlgb court for LJic trial for the im- peachment of Governor William Sul- WJ.B called to order today, his at- Loraeys wore prepared lo exhaust the last of Lbclr legal ammuoitlon (o pre- vent tno stwj- of hia roisufe of cam- paljn funds from" being told on the ilneso stand. Defeated yealcfda-y by a vole oi illty to one on their. motion for a dls- mlisal of the Impeachment" on- the rida'ol Ita LnconsllLulloDnlity, the soveriior's couoeel today olfbieil lDii to strike out tho three articles of tho charging him with g. campaign contrtbu'llbns, VitS the use of (.he ipoculilion'Iu "Wall Street. Tho ir.DUon "w.4s prep'arbd by D. Cady Herrock, who argued that the allogod offcoces were not tmpoachable on the grounds they were com- mitted before the gOTernor was sworn nto office. Former Senator Edgar WM appointed lo reply, in hehalr of tto .AEienibly managers. Ilia brief, TYBB public yeEterday, leld, In tbat tha acts of candidate for political office during a and ajtcr he boa become oT- flcer-elcct, nre ID inlimetely connect- ed with the actual holding of the of- fice, as to ba inecparililo. The decliion of, the court on queailon, whether affirTr.allve or ncj. atLvc, fcbould clear tho deckg for be- DESPERATE FIGHT RESULTS IN ALBANIAN PING OVER NEWLY-AC- QUIRED TERRITORY Vienna, Sept. 23.--In a fierce bailie today between troops ar.d Al- lans, on the Albanian fron- two bur.dred Albanians were kill- ed and a large number wounded. A duspalch to a local lhat fighting occurred belwc'en Dlbra and Jaiova, whore many'of the battles between Uic Scrrians. nnd Turks were fought.In. the UalVan-war. The encounter-.JKPS brought about fltrempl of several thousand Al- igns lo penetrate tho tolvltory.-oc- cunled by [Jje SorrlRns irdrn the Servian troop's lost one caplaln'nnd a considerable mimbe-- of men. They, have since teen ginning the actual trial of llie icorroir, nnlcss i lo- unforeEecn TO TOUR CANADA Turkc. They EN ATE BANKING COMMITTEE ANTICIPATES; PROLONGED DISCUS6ION OF NEW CURRENCY Wuhl'nston. B.C., BepL repulsed. Ihe.prbsrecU.for an extended discus- Tbo.i. THE STORY OF THE A. G. II-. TODATE Short history of the A. O. W. In Lho The act guaranteeing the bonds ol Alberta and Gre-il Hallway to the eilenl of por mile for 350 nlErs cover Inj branches and ildings ID addition to the main Hue and Ktlmonion was lo ou November 25Lji, MoV.ty waa Bubscribed hy bond holders 10 ihe titent of being seven mill tons for building oi road end (or terminals. Tho bonds Intereel the rate, of five per cent, aud rec'jred by mortfaga In favor Standard Trust Company. The matey was depcslitd. In three baoltE, In ihe Royal Itank, fl.000.000 In the Union Bank, and In tbo Dominion Dank. iU lie following B'sclon of the legislature an act was passed and QJ Itnvjsp apciu srq jdiiduioa oqi "pirc nj 03 SEIJ oq] piu jo laim-ftil ui unvjop suq .iurC -tuoD Pics aqi quoj flunias 'oiGI ''Jl oj cocsiructlon of its Mhc, and certain proceeds of said bonds ore now lying 10 Ibe citdli of provincial treasurer In certain banks, thoroforc His Majesty by and with the advice and consent, of the legislative actemb'y a' ihe province of AlberU, enscta as tie whole of the procMdi of ihe ule of ihe sMd bonds and all lolerc-st thereon Is liereby d eel a red to form part of Uie gtocral revenue fund of the province o( Alberta." -ThV latter act, patscd wlib tic InUnlloo of protecting ine prorlnce from Ibis, Lo Us bavin; becorce liable to through de- fault o'f-the compacy, wos recently declared uUra by the privy couticli and will tie removed from Ibe elatirtcg to pave a "way for ibe nevr Premier Sifton Made An-' nouncement in Legis- lature Last Night ALL ARE SATISFIED 'rovince, Bondholders, Banlu and All Concerned Art Greatly Pleased Was On Rate of Interest for Loans-Many Maiden Speech- Busy V CLINGING TO THE AGREEMENT Conlractoi Will Use Mon- ey as Far as Needed for the New Llin BRANCH LINES Balance Will be Devoted Construction of. Some Branch Lines Edraontou, Sept. 22.-The solution ol the .Mberta