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Native American Leaders of the Wild West
Mu K mil 1'. Mu 1-u'. N i MtlJi Clllc. UTII nl tr. Slocks and 1U-al hones Main Portnijc Avc. Tuinl to e irn at le. The earning- have withheld rt'jii the common stocklioldcra to holster up thu position of the liondholileis and thr preit-'rred shareholder. C'uininuii jnstlci; hat at forced an Increased, to thu coininon itotkholder-.
Tuere was notlil-ii; lo ho gained In tlie way of Influence on congress by refua- iiii; to cir far value of bonds sold to d.
History of the West Loop - Neighbors of West Loop
C'OO of 5 per i cut. Moxlcan Northwestern Jlallwny cnnipuiiy hu. It liua ulso purchased the Sltrra Maiirc Lumber company. Anmlnamated Copper's tendency to lag behind tho balance of the list was due Walls of Jericho Discovered. Solln, tho well known AUHtrlan archacologisl, hns uneortlieil In Pules- i lino the remains of the supposed undent city of city whoao j fMl so miraculously before the j trumpet and shouts of Jodhua'a' urmy.
After UlgS'lng to a depth of only I'lght feet the excavators cixmo acrojs the exterior or outer wnll ol tho vanished dty. Tho wnll is believed to have extended In the form of an' oval for a distance of yards. Some I yard. The Great West Per- manent wns sold at but this price was only for n couple of shares and by no means Indicated the value of the stock.
There appears to be no activity tin the part of either the liuycrs or tho. Tho-se who are holding local se- curities aro by no means disposed to sell them. U would bo difficult to re-Invest the money to earn more and at the same time carry better proppects than RO with of Die. Oc- casionally a Mhaic.
Hanks jrct hold of these as security and when thev determine to tell Hit stock KOCH un in the market and at this particular It Is liable to lie offered "for what it will brliiK" an off day or seaton us lit the present time. Loan Hone liivi-il. Coulion, general. Xui Rose di- rectorate either to-day or-. The stock WRS jtront? No matin what may be ill cioiet for loej thf umc; the more proroinrnt lirir. So surely as it rnrdinrr with Ibrilirrctioni ac-. This wunlerful 11 luilablr for all acei, 1 conititiitiunsandconditions. Price in Kncl.
He roltcr. Tho board did not seem disposed to ac- quiesce In. ItadRors' rather inclining1 to tho opinion that the weight or the tank had ii great deal to do wllh tlie cntastroplie. Rodgers' Report. Rodgcrs' report was as follows: "As Instructed. I bog leave to submit the following report concerning tlu collapso of a portion of tho J. Wil- son company's building on McDermot avenue, iJunday, tlie 25th, at about 7 p.
Thu walls uro of the following basement 21 Inches. The work, and material ure of good quulltj.
There bus boon no movement or settlement In the- foundation walls. The contractors fur the erection of the building vvero 1'eter Lyall Sons. John being the nrchltert. It being then too dark to make a complete examination I Ictt and returned nt S o'clock this morning and made a thorough Inspection to lo- cate the cause. I am firmly of the opinion that the building was damaged by tho storm which took place about 2 o'clock Sunday morning.
This would not bo aulllclenl tc cause the collapse unless the lloors wore overloaded, which Is not the cato as. Siiwilung of tho opinions expressed In rt'snril to the raiiHc of the collapse building, nfier which disintegration was In pro- gress until the sudden tumble in the evening. The titiuBtlon as to what famed the1 collapse is the subjuct of much com- ment In civic circles mid also ttmoni; the citizens generally.
Controller docs not put much credence In the lightning theory and thinks that the weight of the tank with the jirus- Btire of wind upon It weakened the portion of the building underneath. In- terest In the question IF deepened on account of the Insurance which would. It Is s. A pecu- liar phase of the affair Is thnt the enst of Insurance on the building was IPS- bened on account of the erection of tho tank, which many believe lo have been the cause of the collapse.
Brandy a Life-Save!
The Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection
It is oftener prescribed by physicians man any omer liquor. Hennessy is me brand for use in emergencies. Every one of t fliese are reached in- stantly by a liftle Hennessy s Brandy, lacking which, very serious consequences and even deam may result.
Protect life under your at home or on buying to- day, a boftle of Hennessy's Brandy. In ordering, don't simply ask for some brandy. Brandy 3 differs more flian oflier liquor, and for use in critical moments, you cannot afford to administer an unreliable brandy. Winnipeg Afjonts. Klrby Gardner. Wider and pic-hoi- than on surface. OOO to J The manHRfinont expect. Atchison, one of Manitoba's foremost early architects, the building displays grand formality and elegant detailing, as well as materials of Canadian origin, most notably Kootenay marble from British Columbia.
These features were meant to convey an image of excellence, soundness and wealth on behalf of the first owner-occupant, the homegrown Great-West Life Assurance Co. As such, the firm was one of the pillars that established the city as a regional financial centre. Its former head office, now extensively restored, recalls the pioneer dynamism of the local business community. The building also is an important component of an early twentieth-century streetscape on the southern edge of the Exchange District National Historic Site of Canada. Places Buildings. More Information The Great-West Life Building, also known as the Chamber of Commerce Building, is an eight-storey steel, concrete and brick structure erected in two stages between and in downtown Winnipeg.