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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta EN, DOMINATED BY ROGERS (Coiitinued fronij*fttoti65i * couid be gageed because ^thajt'^ire In a minority, but the day o* �s'reoMhiiig: would come, as thoijeMs a dlBf^lUtlon.'for the present T^rlla-' meat, ISofL C. J. Doherly, ?who ropUed^ . �ont�nded.,4h�tt the proposed rules would result m faolHtating tho buai-; i lies* of the parHaaient. He thought yii therSlouse. might .-well .prcvHt by. the experience of tiie Mother, ot Parlia.^; jnenil), : J�uMm& the debase, which ^wlll be ;con.rr tinaed on Thursday, v .v : ' ^"^^^ descTlbed In tlie intvodnatopy. paragraphs of this i-epdrt ha4^'t�MJsptoedi Mr..; Pugsley proceed-J ed 4? dteousB at some length reasons ; ;;wby� the Jionee should adlournl He six o'olook, arid con^Hed to.speiik at the. evening (Sa�ioni One reaa^n, h^ said, was-,tl^t ^ -Itiika U\Siit(t�v ^ould avail -ihifas^C Of the qjwet^uUty to explain tf/bT' Mr. Vpvk hAd leJt CUe Cabinet. .'Ani^^d^IawKian oC'thie-re&fionB of the teslgnMiot^ ift a nrlqiater had always beetle fbrast ill the p�i^ and the m^tn-' hew ,w�r� fljitSfta^ to nji ejBplanatton in regard to. Mr. Iconic lit was a great ' 'deal m'om kopovian^ Ike eoid. that the b* Gppo-te' Hifi bdsl-%e tiptr of the n&iority to; .""keB'^dwrnBiWhad-been talfcn'from �?-Sii�B. 'lS^:niQ^on&-Bioved' by Mr- ^%a?iao6i�''lpoiMittinghim to dis- -sit witold 5Laii&�;W''ar�!�o [ i'wkS5,-^�a -a iv^oldnged 'oheer by his '-'^foJIf^^^He atiid'Ciihktrtiie ^ectaole -'|;ia�tYfiSMi' bejfti vrttriasMdj^aiis al^iH j,^n�Mi, was a tipry jipt-commentary on .�th�-Bjpae6h.;-oISit�' honorable Iricndg 'f-!^ib^,'',K^0 oMx^i^Ct ^^ho had stated, ^Mffyxa^^^ '^ho. . rules '\?JMd|p'"ttC*''to pifivent free speerth.bufe - to ^rtwmt ^abiVB. - Tlie' premier,' iad'; ,kBetiJffi^^e''in''deoIailag that the "si^sHs'Tcoulfl; always rely on ,fiair play, but the words were scarcely out of his mouth before-, the opposition knew how much fair play they were to get. By the xmwrltten law Of parfitunent not to speak of POmr, mon courtesy, the opposition leader always presents the; views ;of } I\is party alter the lead'or o! the govern-? meat has spoke; He arose under |;haf Itnpression: He was greatly surprised to see the niiiiister of .iaarihe al" so arise. In the eiercise of fair',t>Ia>*; he said that the speaker called ou hirtu to take the floor,raid, he plimented- the speaker on � bis fair-!; ness. Then the majofi^^y t66k away his right to speak. (6ppbsiti,bn cries of "shame, shame".)V-. ''Evecy man on'that-sfde of the house'rdse to gag Die;'' said; Sir Wilfrid,-"When I saw: thecminiater of marine arise I con-oludttd ttiat he had an aniib.uhcement ;to 'make. .All he had arisen to do was to 'move the respiutioi.' That i8".olosure m anticipation. I have a moiuon to move also. I dan not move'^ it'jnow." ^. V": ^Continuing, Sir Wilfrids said the; task Imposed on tho prime ininisi^er: was not to iniprove the riiieS of par-llament, but simply tp put a gag on: the'rules which had always been considered right and bame from, the mother of parliaments. They had not> been made m a da,y ; they were the product of the wisdom oigenfttations of statesmen. These rules tbday were run over rough shod (and were put aside and the gag was imposed.W', The pretence was that ther^ was obstruction. "Obstruction is; a ta^ilt^" said Sir Wilfrid, "I call on the man on the other side who 'is>without blamev to throw the firstjstoifel'^^;-Some of the Couserfiatiye papers, hesaid, had 'de.ijhe;,continued, was imdoubt-edly to carry on � the ICing's busi^iess, but he ..denied the charge that they had held np business. If business was not further advanced it was not their fault; they- had;voted supply when it� was asked "rrDri'Whenevsr a question of public:'importance' Was brought up they had, given :tt fair discussion. The: Barik {let hi'd been 'discussed fairly^: likewise: tiie'y^apahese^ :%ce�ity Sir WdfriH then pomted out that obstruction: was:not a new , thing There hadbeen Obstruction^when the grandrjrejtuonarfcrance had been pre; .nonted.??insti|ie .days of^King {JharJi?:. :jniei:e,iwasvibbstrttcti|Bi(>^?i| :the ,/niKicirity� ajaiiiy ,^r. Rogers, had said he i p^m:^-win elections ; but he >^4fd:no(j ^inform the .hbUse � as: tp his nfethpdsr;, Well, they all know that i(-there was a'provincial election in British' Columbia-,: or Nova Scotia he .niifiip''promises of public works It ',ii?as'f;the .'same, �?heii .there was an Section, in Richelieu..; If the election jvSsjJn,lM3^1>bhald-a^ . who ; "Sold 'in.'��al�d:^^li&d'K' ....paokAta'only^httW^i^''' 1n.>bulk.. In'ihfji:;i^i^^^r*��rv�di * fei BLACK, MIXED & GREEN. Qnly Weapon tiiSi the speak, at least for no more 20 minutes. Sir Wilfrid said that but for geflerous actioo of the minister ,of marine he had- proposed to move'^au amendment to' rettr the resolution'to a committee to report upon it in ac-| cordance with the binding rules� �' 4* 4" { 4" 4* 'V "i* !* 4* Jr In conclusion, Sir Wilfrid said : "Let me 'repeat to'my right honorable friend, as you '{. sow, so shall you " reap ;. as >h you are tair so shall you meet ^; wjth fairness ; as,you are,Un- 4* ,uist so shall you nioet j{^ injustice.' My right honorable friend two years ago 'took. a ,-{: certain ;attitude on:-4-he^Eeai- '.;4t. procity bill- He ha'd no-right ;;^ to complain if the samfe.meth- j-fc: odiS that homaile us^ofare ap- '4* plied to^him ih_' the -present ;4! cascv My right honorable frifendjij. has not forgotten the' words -i-v of Shakespeare : !Th1s,'even-:handed justice commbnds the j4|;: ingredients of our poisonedji,'^ tC^ntliS^ed.ifr'om froat page)' chalice to our oWn lips.' 4 "The poison has -come al--4* ready to his own lips at the present day. Tho poison'that-h: �he offers to us 'today will; �^r come again to his own lips ;at 4". some, future day.. ;Weare| in-'��}' the minority ; we can be- gag- '^4* gcd ; we can be prev^ted from'^-*!'" 4- expressing oiir opinions^. jtTheyr-'S-4" can trample upt|ri;'our b'b'die^. i4*' But, sir, the daktf ,rep,kSh'tng � H* 4> will come,'and will'^ine-as^,4" '"soon as we,.ha^^aifd,!SSQlutionsiN*J-; j� of the presen^^|^iament."'^,r-|^- Doherty-tile^jjes'.J; f-4 Hon C J Dohel't'^^'-minister , I o'f iusjtiee, arose gbiet8�w[iih^j|S% cheers by the governmen'fc'^,sgpj|>'Q}:^rS", He immediately cnteteViupd4^,a,;0];i|icism of 'the speech of "Ithfe op^OTtiiqn'^lead-er. For ihe flrst\iiriie^ he-ial^-'Sicl Wilfrid had fran|djtiand boldly* confessed to thefiftusi^n^ the country; that his partyi h'4nf?during''the past few weeks been 'cary^ring on a policy of obstruction- Up itUl this amazing confession by their 4ekdec* mennh^rs ot the opposition were sjoutly mayfe taining that they had n'p/de,sire to obstruct and were not holdmg up the public ^business. Sir Wilfrid, however, Iiad found it desirable to ad mit that^they wer^ obstructing.. 'are �Tiot -tti bd put into jail, but |Jkg;4K^[^, ejecj^ots of MpcDonal^d, they Bhould['?s|and,'op- fall by lis reoor'dv The OppbSlUlbn ha'd no record tosland' ,or toU by, bn^yet It had W manttesi|,ri Of ;ppl!{c^6,;�8ubialt to the peopl6^:;?:;' This douia only mean that the bp-' posltlonpvfts iwfttlafied with the recbfa' of thorOTyerriment, and could'find,no, fault., yjth, .tief ,iegislatlo.i - whioh the; gq.'WifiimEoiit y[itfa iliut UWbughi \mmi tunately, mHich Blander had crept 4nto the^campalgn, bat, as Premier, he ap-i)�Rled to the j people of commonaense to turtf^a:' deaflo unsubstantiated i:hargetf^;a*gain�tministers;' of the ,Cro'�rn',�' arid'vote on the policy and; record pfjChe,government. ' '; , '1^ "(elegrim from T. A. Burrows as fbUorwsr=/!I .neyer waa interested .di-;rectl3^;Ily . for G-iira^^ 'Wotnen/after. long studies ofGanadian ;';.ligure�.in;on'c.tif the largest: and; corset factories in the world ;,-.,:the !?>'.&:A, �nd,Lar,esourc ed wr6r' By M' fed,^al election and Mr.' 'Borde support'Jot the/ aS'thatrthe^ Lot be hknd-; - till anothpii^ In at hand needed,'.thfe mier. said that- the,' railway policy of the>'government was not tobuild;with a �view to booming towns, but to give transportation facllltiea to the farm-era.i'ofthe province. �,. DTja-Hobertson, who presided, took up ;Some statements: by .;G.B. Campbell, the .Conservative candidate, regarding good: roads in the district.., Mr- Campbell tried to make out that;5fthe ' government -was building Vutomioblle roads 'and riotr farmers' roads; 'That remark he characterized �as;a gross misrepresentation otfact. ,R,;.B( Bennett,; ai, Wetaskiwin, had MISS LYND FEELS G OF LASH REBUKED ' FOR > UNLADYLIKE WRITING SHE SUES LON- � DON fS^PEB FOR LIBEL- i':::iA:^ ____ damages brought; by Miss Lynd,, n claimed bonor: for havlng:-sacrificed;pronii,ent''aii:ti--Yivi'sectionist, against his position as 0. P. R. counsel..The Premier had Baoriticed far more in leaving his position ^ as -Chieft Justice to. enter the field of politics. The Eremier deserved honor from Mr. Bennett^as' a barrister, rather than slander. E LIQUOR TO . . AN INTERDICT F^RNie MANIAS CONSEQUENCE ' HAS PLEASURE OF PAYING ,$50,00 DOLLAR FINE CER BOSTON- 8CJENTI6T HA3 discov-' ERY BUT'HE IS NOT POSIT-' ' IVE about it ^ ' Boston, April 9.-The diecpvery of a� chemical iirocoas which VilF velop human'cantfer in h'ealtb;yWb-' bits^^and guinea pi^s and the result-v ant" production of, a serum^' by ,wbj^h rabbits h^ve been" rendered imm^e were announced last night by Dr,'/H. W. Nowell, of Boston College o'f Medl-' Cine. . . � Pp.,Newell has bfeen engaged id orig ^inal -research .a long time -fofr' th'-'ee.| years and big con.eagues agreed'bis discovery as an'Important Step'lntliW study Of. cancer. '  ,  * \Vblle guarding agaipst atiy impress sion that a cancer cure ha^ '-b'feen found, Dr. Newell told of plans by' which six hundred case's of human cancer are to be inoculated with-tbei serum.; It will require two determine whether w not the serum will Immune a human .cancer. A. fler--ies, of immunization experlmonta-iAyere undertaken; with le'altby adult',rabr|; bits. The serum from the animals thus-Immunized'iWhicb,possesses the power of; antagoniislng. the toxlcactjott ot the tumor substance, ^ / This had' been demonstrated by^ in-ileetion;'ipfairle provinces: woulirlee in thelr.mlght and:demand,i regacdlessof politlo8,';an,ei)rovlnfto^;-io'�; Ontario and Queibec.';.......� �-.^^jj-^-V"-.-- -  � .Vt ��3."''"Not ari-|l8�ue' �� ' ; But;ithe'naturra%|:eBOurce&;;was not a, quesUon:?ln;:thiaspresent.selecMon,- all pattties'swere ;on :one�.plattorm^ on that^ matter;* ;The.fquei8^6n-?was^^^ tion pas&ed ;b'y:the6(igoyemment. These coverl'the co-operatlYle!.;i.eleyatpc tem, �;-formed''"'a''t. tSe:?5fa>mors' requesi? Mrj' Bennett nOTSf|?Bafa;';be;'had no  in^ terest In tm ol^^atox monppoly in Albert^',; but OttIy;a;J�lf'yeekB^ago he, spoke In Calg)iry*o|'V^iy"_,elevatbrs.if; However the ti/uUjj J^Ightvbe Mt. Bennett was: the; iimgii^^'VjrhO'^.formed. the monopoly for,"hI$;*'frfe,ntt/ "Sir' Ma� ^*en^^^^.y>......... Mr. Bennett sald^furthdr no-money was 'set .aside fdt''^,'fiull'ding 'th'e ele-' .vatorsVfor this 'n6^'^'ysiidm'.''''if *heVad jread the bill, he WOUl?" know any'unappropriated mon'fjyscould ib'e usejd- for the purpose, ,aii'd^nn?)ftl^e'--' estimates^ there was $60'o,0p'0^f,r6ady'W^be^'^lusecl tor that purpoBB.'j;^")*"},'';'' ;,;  All the 'talk made about ,the finances of the pirovinf"GhaplSau last night. About twenty cars lire "pil-pd up In a heap, the result of a biolc-en rail. 'No one" Is kn'ffwn to *haVe been'hurt ' ., - .;'t^''. The famtis' remedy for Cotiebs and Coldaf "aUloii ca�t;';H-: ''Whimster. This morn-mg iSer^esffit.; Anilierman of. the ,Fcr-nie �poli^js',':-yas;;, ii^: 'the bar ot 'the Kii^'sofiotel.'and^-i noticed.. fJoelander ,Come .'iiri,and, buy a'ldrinfe which .he took to;station and brought beforeithe ma'gistrate ; this afternoon;: -Fifty' dollars'- an'd fifteen cents, IS a high price if or; one- lonely drink. , ,. iConatable'.'McCrae, .of New;Michel, brought;to, the city ,this, morning; � a man named Frank Mercy ,who;was. y/m.. Waldorf lAstor,, the ;ow.ner of the Pall Mall Gazette; 'J. L.^Garyin, the editor-in-chiet, and Dr. Caleb Wil-,-Iiam^'^aleebyibooatiiisei': of-i'an article' Written by the :latter,- in which ..he; accusejl = tlie- - anti-vivisectionlsts ' of conducting, a carapaignioE falsehood,-; was again m^court today, � Counsel for the defendants ^;put Miss Lynd through ai severe . cros's-i examination in regard,to an,;article; by lier;which appeared in, the: Anti^ Vivisection Review, In which she de-i scribed the Kockefoller:vRcsearch ,; In-;; stitlite in;New York'*as the:paradise, ol the vivisector'and ^he inferno ^ of-the aninial ' i Anotlier arti|jte,;^vas iaccompaiiie'di by photographs of Dr.^ Ploxrier of "thfe; Rocliefeller Institute'" tir." T^dstsur; and other, viviseciors; In this article She fcompared "these'men*Witn Bro'iiSi-ing, Tennyson and Wagner, ^^lttt� the object of showing'>the former's. i/>'hor-" rible characters.-^ - ,^ � FOR TORY RULE CARDSTON WILL CARRY MARTIN WOOLF TO VICTo'py^WITH SWEEPING MAJORITY ', ftt-this early date'Jtv-wmTllgbiJ-and ;faixfi.; to do 'these work8;;Hnti;jaB;,a mattferj'of fadt, th'e credit op^e"'provjln^_e wa'S not ImpalTefl, for''U 'ftfobd'as-Well In the financial m'ark'elp;* of _ the''3TitldB� -was that money waSt'being ^spetit. Tj^j railway policy of tUMpirfiTAYi&nty/f proved.',by the fact't^nt'took-years tobuild 150Q"#�%w)htlfi^I^a%f%e Jaat three y^ars i50Q'"'flicre*nai�8 h*^ ' be#i5t,''Vttlit.' This ^�"*-siiio'.tftHha �idy.-ernment'8 coi&botiUon, ^ MsWferlng h C'lOOK GOIN STRONG FOR JONES MINERS DETERtlrf'iNED TO SEND THEIR P,QPULAR VICE- PREv SIDENT TO LEGISLATURE � - ..Cardston, April 8.-The engrossing' topic in- Cardston is .the same as that which- engrosses most places just n6,w,,'viz.: tho election. The Gonserrative .�ft-'alkbver is fis-i'. zling, out and the Tories Varb going about not'iloofcing hall as jubilant, as; they wei?e'a few days ago.: As every;;' days gets,nearer to election .their taijs.x go ,dQwh'ia.rlittle7.;to-jflnally drop "en-i; tirely oni^the 17th,.,Mr.: Martin WoolE-is now touring"the outlying - districts^' and has had jno;stenthusiasiiic meet-,; ,^ings at WooUord (last Saturday), and,f Beazer and Leip,vlttv on Monday. iLea^*; jritt is going�t(hr^e;".tQ';.ojjie.,:fori ,Woolf,  and this may. beastills grea'ter:-.yet, Beazer can, be. r9l!ed .^Jipon, ^tp"; do well; and, after^'Mopntaih-vlew "has been dealt w^i^r tonigh^i^ j'^.the -xptes ' fWill ,mos|ly;tt^|fiih?F^i5'Qr ,ra'theEj;-tho � ;^ontimen|i:,i*'J>i6hWiIi;;!.make' -the votes;: iLiberallpplBMy-E^ivsday.will be l^ih-eral heiiWef^fflJ^'T^';'* f" ,: J Tlte^!iifl4ii\w%. c,aitoW ci-y of the ,t^ elucfeglfsiia-^';t|ie y'ord^ day voter is'jaskiiigMor''Solid meat., This matter as; only represented by, tniK^;grtfolVlh'v.thc!;COnserVative platv. fof^ �^hfch!:;is:sucb^';a;.';'transpar6n1i,' jllm.,''iof 'iaiEF',;;proniises:::;that; it.j.:pro^ .,vido,^no,;sustenance^ for.a;healthy dl--: gestion. We-are japntly good caters and.'Sleeppra'in this distVict, and i *wind, is what we are used; to and; know that: it;'.;is.;.'notj sustaining, as :a diet, nor 'isHfc' iii\foficto bank on for : .;,:''?1'??^?^;*S ^^sbnip^ ill: say that.the localrTories are financ-png; a: nian; nan,ed> Knight, ^Vhd :'cinii' ""t"- , A.--^-v ......._ .,... from '.Vancouver.- tu run -in T c^ly^. few;days;^i,ce, released roni bridge, the Tm^-fc^ ^Uv^ ^.r,,, ,.n a thirtv-dav-in-ithatrKnight: i'cSl^e^^gl^ Jake ,Moup ywbrKihIhien'i? >mm^m defeat -Mrv^jj-ones."; j-The-likpiienife:;!!^ five long vears,'i.e:v'if the-Conservatives could' get "uitp^- pow:er ^ in the province. ^, -/ ;,Vv.-_. ____', the Fernie jail, after a thirty-day in cairceration on a charge of vagrancy; g:JTc�n\fl�^^^^ failing but that doesn't �aBcct the yesterday stble a waxcfi Jroni. the stbry that Tpry money in plenty is person pf one of the citizens pi that tqfeu' He-^wfts^.today^tsentenced.' to: six months'.; imprisonment in the provincial 'jail: at Nelson..'as punishment for the Theft, With twenty days additional' for Vagrancy, It is to be hoped that he-will take the hint and get to -work when he'is once more a free 'man. ;;City:-::Workmett:are, erecting a sheet nietalibuilding''for;-the. istorage'of the coiJporation tools'�; on the vacant lot owned :by ;.the,,city 'on. Pellatt avenue atethe; rflax/yoti'Jf the-Miners' � Union l)uildingi',-;'�;.':'';'.;-'--.i:;i'-:;'i:vi;-.;v;:y.: ; EME TO DEVELOP AVIATION IN ENGLAND London, April 10.-Claude Graham; White, addressing the Women's Aer-iaULeague, said he Jiad placed belorc, "iihtf'., government a tompreh(?n$iv0 sphgrne for putting'aviation in England in a sound'condition at small -pld- the days'*- - . , country/aitd-'work yas^.-soaico and ^.31 living li'ard-to up the good work:'V;A-'hungry stm-aeh stays in a m,an?s jjnejnpry -a Ipng lying around loose fpr tho Vancouver ^^^^ j,e joed'Anot ^ncak.. The crowd southern.Tsections;,^^TheV.wer says cheer4i*ildly ^tid' the Vancouver thhi if=/he politics:ot;theifar east man gol. up Ho iflas sorp, aeiy sore, were noi an 0PenHb9P|JCMv,hirt he ,ind,;the\urden ot-his .^speech seemed '''>"''''?^Xfi/.ol?taM4�v^^^^ ' tf,.be,-a grievance,again-st'lMtr. Jones Americftns,''av|,d,^^^^^^^^ thajh/'irlie'' 'Liij'erajr te-'JupporW T-u^-\.."--^-Vf*);.ir.t.t,'',i?;inM ^^,^,viw^th China-'aind �^"'">a - viSflfn tlia cosi;. In company with a giou^ ui'fold financiers'he had undertaken to produce the sum. of $10,000,000 to/be deydted to^ the establishment ofan aerodrome'* in'all,big cUies, tho pur- the Labo,;; oa a mi^W* chase of hydroaeroplartes and the con; structipn of .dirigibles .-..'..The organisation,, ho ailded,^wa,8 f-iire'p' train .yearly 500 privafesi forythe army aiid SOll- for �the/'! navy, '^'he: government was considering JhQ|j .i/jp p,UFlE a cold in one day, ^ 'rk&"i;AXATIVE' BROMO ^'Qulnl^j ^'^Ho''dl['dn't;,thiRk; . fstraiid ;have th|' ppWfifl^-h'i.m. He stood B})ir?'byj;aVqlution, and It wl/^o''^" long they were - ''ijlii thro doing"'' ,J6u>fness V:- being': Mr, , J(flatfe5&rose and in a -ten jfiii'ite speee^ flayed the inter-lope!i;r!;to a |jfajj|stall� greatly to th^ , deliglk ot th-fe dro,wd._ With the ex-Iception^Of about livo,^ three of them* ''from ^Diamond City^ the meeting vfas sqlid for Mr, Jprio$; The n^iners are �going,to elect' their yiqe-president be^; catiBB^hl'ist''�8hb''tii'to wljo knows'tholr; needs and ,aro- 'ndtvgo^ng' to throw! 'vdles>,away,''orr',aj;miu''..'\yho,j is .not; Rockehlll,' 'are intMat^iy , acmamieu \ with China -'an!l,,f, wose . vims, -the ; Standard "bolIeveto,iiyy cldlisily With J_ those of,Groat B^lj^stJuu^.^ ^'jj- ' ' ^- / 'deVo^�#', ''<%i .^Suffra- I ,not r�- ',' bponslblo for an'-^andn^mcus letter threatening '.deatff TtoN 'Mitlce .Sijf^ ChklEfl jwpntagueg- LuWA-the i judg" w;hb Bpiat,eXoed, ftjrt, "SfnlthUTBt ;J tbr^e''HayBT;impV'iso'nm%r'A^rV.^^^ London, A-p'rllt.'S?#9rlfl Mattes declare th^tthey a 02 ;