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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta BIG UtLY Mayor Hardie Dealt Wilh the Statements Made by Can- didate Atkin REID ANSWERS CRITICS Public Utilities Candidate Effect- ively Combats Statements Circulated If ever Mayor Hardio conceives tho Idea, after leaving municipal politics, of looking for another occupation, ho welcomed by Hilly Sunday :wlth cut Eire Ic lied arms. i Arthur .M. Grace's election were BepenrJent on tbo length ot his speech, rather than, his reputation is an engineer, ho would a, aborl [f there were cny criticisms ot his of affairs which were not answered hy Arthur Held last tho. crowd couldn't think tbem. Such, in was tho way the Citizens' Ticket meeting in Burg uiann's hall, North Lethbrid'ge, was summed up by an impartial observer il- three candidates were in greai [udge Hands Down Judgement on an Important Matter to the Town QUESTION OF COSTS Argument of the Government Counsel Before Railway Commission C. P. R. 'S POSITION form, and they-were ably supported slalc 'a Tiv r, Tvoc nnrt S .T _ _ a -____1 Ly C. and S. J. Number of Reasons Offered in Support of the Judge- ment Pincher Creek, Alia., Dec, summary of the judgment given in tbc business tax lest cases is as fol- lows-: To s' _. ment- of a business tax in the town o! Pincher Creek for the year 1913 is invalid. it was made, if at all, loo late, being after the comple- tion of tbe assessment roll oa or be- fore tie 31st day ot May, 1913. though tbc act states that the lair, "if any, shall be imposed upon all'persons carrying on any-trade, business or profession. II only provides a basis for theasscss- rrieiil of trades and businesses. Because the act does not provide any method at all for fixing the rale.'to be though it as- to trades Is Different From Tliat of the Newer Roads Operating in the West Herald's Christmas Fund cviiiceJ evident pleasure at be- log in a position to say- soino Uiiaga about the criticism that has been raailo o[ the committee supporting the trio, hall .'was racked" and the" lobbies were_ packed. Kvldenlly the Ticket .meetings are be- coming' popular with the crowd. It e tho first opportunity Xorlh Fifthly i have had during tho campaign.of hearlyg and sizlntj-up.'all three, candidates at duo meeting Hardie was the only canili-' to "iyho any .oratorical he eveu friendE. He addresscil'MmselE luiii- cljjally io Rev. CulhberL Alkfn, who accused the Mayor of that he believed in absolute repression or (he. sor.iol evil, at.tlie saoio lime glv- orders to Hie police to allow n segregated district to nourish In tho Ufs Worship diJ not mince.mat- he did not liesilule to publish opinion'of a man of tho clolb, vhoso heart was ED small that, he tood for thc Iron heel of ic dealt Vrith tlic woman's side of the last right to slipw tiicit it would >e some greater hand rhan thai of ;ny man who had lived In the jiast TVO thousand years wJio would find he real solution of this world-old vll. Ho .brought his audience to Iho orge o' tears when ho mado thc ap- eal .for the unfortunate woman who only bo saved by tbe Christians test (jiieslioa and businesses only. if there was any conferred by tlie niinislec's au- thorization to impose a bus Jr. ess tax of tins kind proposed (or the year 1913, Us imposition after thc close of the-assessment roll .deprived tho persons assessed of all right to ap- peal, .section 257 of the towns act noticing applicable to such a fax, Ottawa, Dec. 5. Argument was continued beforo Iho Railway Ruard this morning m the Western rato case, by James Ilicknell, K.C., senior counsel for the Dominion gov-; ertiraent- In his closing summary of Ihe case, Mr. nick n ell further empha- sized many of tho statements made by him yesterday. said tUafiti Jf'll, the total operating expenses Incurred by tho C.P.H. for tho move-meat ot freight on tho four, western divisions was if 50 Tier cent, .of this suni, or were added to this EUCI as an allowance for gross profits. It would mean that tho C. P. R. during tbo" year .made over million dollars mora on approximately the.same traffic on the western than it aid on its eastern lines. tho four millions received for passenger Bervlco added, it is demonstrated that the C- P. R. is-now earning more than 10 per cent, oil-the cost of the. western lined. Government counsel impressed, tip ou the Board the desirability of mak- ing a ruling wbich would compel the railways to do their bookkeeping in. such a TOIV --_- ---_ fiUL [I U HULL and in niyoplnic.li tho towns act does ing out or not not empower the 'minisier .lo. author- Lccllr !n rutui.c m connection with ize tbc. iitiposiupn ol n tax in a svay ratcV occii IM Ite iiqimsitipn ol n.tas a which: wi, deprive .those alTected of M Btckneirs'JbmlUcd that lie hai the benefits ot the other slatulory provisions. tie assessment supplied suEiicient data in...regahf to tho-C P. R. to enable the Board made if at all in'UU jmalto a .'Turning to cJosc" of the -assessment roll on or L. Grand Trunk Pacific .and .Canadian bcfore the first ol .May, 191-S, 'On thef Northern, government counsel said erroneous assumption that it ..was omission iioin UK asstssnitn.t or j milted by.theso con and com. the equally erroneous assumption that lfarisolls were to This persons liable tn the-imposition of a f Uiese companies are not com- the -world gelling on" their knees ml praying to tho One over all who onld bring salvation (o their souls. 1 man like AtM" will never do hi Iho "Ho may have a head, Lut he h-js shown hlmseii nave a very small heart" Till smo upheaval reveals'a remedy, the does not favor driving the women ot Lethhridge to iiae other town that is trying to rivo them back again. Tie noes not (Continued on were to be.regarded as ixablc uronetty not included- in the rletcii. ;ses'smcnl roll. I Clialmian you con "The assessment roll has not "iat lho C- R' a post: ivliicei! before- me but il any entries'tior- advantageV' love been made in same by tlie as-l tho C. sessor 'uilh reference lo bas great advantage over o: a business'tax ior 1013 such: lincs which hro not in a sense entries are to be regarded as' can- ceiled.-. "Tltis costs ul flic slated rase and argument Hiust be paid by Hie to Tlios. II. Scoll, but in view ttie matter hcing in the nature- ot completed, and which in many, in- staucss aro but feeder lines of the older system." .Mr. HicXnell Eairl he was willing lo thai Istjew, I fix these costs at the'to llio amount nominal sum oi thirty-five (-i5) so far ns'being paid V-by is concerned. Christmas la m-ar at more aud its spirit o! will 10 iijuii atom tlie ne'My and tbr.se ulio di not receive a 'uir slnre of the good ot life. l_ist UK UeraM oyci.ej a. Kriljtlou (uiidl lilt of u-hicli Mcnt tu Mrs. Culry lo spend on in Dc-tcntlon llouiy utul.to [irovluc- sudi as Ehe thought necessary in llic interests or the very poor. Il was lo l.v work .juicily done. The llc-ralil does not believe In and felt fiirc that lliu'c v-.lio had ti.itli in Mrs. t'orr; thai IJielr givluts wuulil In: ivoll spent. Last year t-ic Inlaid avknon. le'ised J333.70, ot {2J-I.JO was contributed through the diicct and Itic- reniair.iU-j- sent to Mre. Ttiern uas n ..-uusiiteniljli' brferinp or meals, poultry, apples, clc. Mrs. Corry kcp; a account Elion-iug koiv money wss Kpcnt. Tliti lias been sub- mUletl lo the IJcald and an examination of lln- that Hie money spt-uL and In such a way ts to please who gave II. U was uol all spc-nl on Christmas vlicer. Over hixty children were clothed out of that tund and 11 tlicm'l the city of or province of Allcrla or.c cent for clothing this year in tlie Detention Home. The ctilldrru bctiefutcii were not p.ll Lethbridjc children. Tiiev represented all. parts uf Koullieni Alberta, and for that reason the llcraM was pleased tbat the- subscriptions came iu generous amounts from Classy Pinclior Creek and other representative towns. Ttla year ILc Herald appeals to those who have, to share with thos.t; who have not. LI may pluch to give somellrucs -but It does one Kood. Tliere are many who bave a little for others and tie Herald ftels sure that their attention has only to be drawn to tbc eiistctice ot need to meet wjtli a response. The Herald proposes this year to ask Ihe generous public to soud Iu ihelr subscriptions ii a fund which will bo divided one third i-arn lo the The Deteiiliou Home Ttie N'urslrig Mission The Salvation Poor Kuud. Toe Herald considers it much inoro satisfactory io baud the mouey over to'organlzatloas dealing directly with the helpless and tbe is sure to where it will do [be mosl good. Oi these three tnstllutions little need be said: The Detention Home iu charge of Mrs. Corry takes caro of many helpless cluljren. just kind that should Mil forth a generous response. This Institution should appeal to people all over Southern Alberta, for the children come from all parts, The .Nursing Mission IE more of a city charity. This organization does an immense work looking after tbe sickly poor Hhp cannot afford a nurse and too frequently not even the ordinary comforts of life. It is depended on public support, and the Herald 'cheerfully recommends its claims at this festive season. .Tlie. Salvation Army has a poor fund spent in providing a meal or a bed for tbe stranded. Down and out men seein to naturally apply at.the Citadel for. a helping hand, and the slender resources of tbo "I'oor Fund" arc frequently overtaxed. Only a few.dajs aso a mauj looking for "work and'unablu to find it. applied for a He had slept out doors the night previously.- He.waa a deserving fellow and the eaao one of real need. Fer jusl sucli cases as'tbis the Herald appeals lo the large hearted sciierosity of tbe-neoptc of Lethfcridse'and'Spnlhern Alberta. The time Ms -Let be.prompt and AUvjce.was of botti.Koman Calholic and 1'rotestant clergy-as to'the beat dE-stination for the .money, and the were, heartily ap.proied. Irai Takes an Important Action in Connection With Troubles in Alsace SHE SILL took HLO, torn down (oduy, ;ui.l s- will e-nter tbc mine tomorrow 'luorning. Wet -vas in ib'1 aiid thc iiian must ]io (joj-ez. elsice early Monday, bus been coafined hero. ERIIY 'ED ti Meeting at Miners' Hall Was Largely Attended and Enthusiastic QUESTIONS ASKED of Robbery and Murder at Plum Coulee Shipped in Weapons Six Civic Candidates in Attend- ance at the Hatch Reviews His Record It was Hatch al! thc way at tl.e Miners' ball last- He made a bit, and ran all four without; slopping. There hail been some inis- ULder.stanilwg regarding tlie use the lull, but when Mr. Hatch. ioucJ that he bad its use, to ti. cocole' coinpelled to' on the bank j narrate thc linul stanza ol his plal-' PLWKHAL AT Brandon, Man.. Dec.: 5.-Tlie iinri-l- opsncil the mcciing al oi the .late II.- M. AVnold, "riciinr wife, whose mother resides here. that-he 1 do'jbt it- somewhat would no'- of Ihe Plum C'outre .bank roiibrrj-, ll- sonicwnat to will he held here, tomorrow afternoon i "jaii nn tire oci-asion ol his' at '3.30 Irora St. .Matthews Anglican-last as cliairinati. church. Tlip'remains will arrivehefci "In givi.ig liis eiplauation ot 'the--- tonight accompanied hy deceased's ballot, Mr. Hamilton Uiil not vor lo show how a ballot, could" be it, but concentrated on the right way to mart it. He toliowed large- ly the explanation published in. last; niyht's issue o: the lleraltl. The method follows a definite system of elimination, and the second choice is nei-er counted until the first is elimr Tbc. whole hiatlcr is suin- ined up in this way Alter marking the ballot, it will'be seento.be Strike Breakers Shot on the Slreelv-Teamsters Attacked Them CONSERVATIVES TO TAKE RE. CENT BYE-ELECTION INTO THB COURTS iii, Ont., het-. Dec. is stated hero this morning that the Conservative protest agai.ist the re- turn of Heuhcn Truax, for .South correct if lucre is not more than cross in any-column, taking the col- umns hotli ways. Mr. HarniHpn inad6 the matter so clear that there were veiy few questions asked, and..tlia opinion is that (here will not be-as many spoiled ballots as was at first thought. C. P. AS 1TATKR USERS Mr. Hamilton, in a few selected sentences, told tiie.people of Staf- fordville where he stood on rounici- that tho earnings ot Uio G. T. 1J. and the C. X. R. are nol la any mailer, j sonso out of proportion memncr of parliament strike-breakers wero shot, one iiroba-' Hruce, is U'iliiam this afternoon or- ilollars.The capital charges of these roads a crowd ot striking Toronto, pal matters, and requested that, detcd the transicr oi the" entire gar- nro larger tlian thoso ol Iho 0. P. R., hospital, here, today; suffragettes Are Active in Getting Revenge for the Arrest of Mrs. Pankhurst PANAMA CANAL .ENGINEER' DEAD Brtltimure, Md., Colonel David Gallard. U.S.A., who director! tho engineering in the Culcbro cut division of the given by tho penrile. i cully is regarded in many quarters as 1'nnama canal, died al John Hopkins' Can't Consider Llntc on Same Basis a llvo fdgjj Swo'rd, and while it is "In arriving at a solution ciangrr ol future n n- ralc proMcm.'- said'Mr. people ami mcrchanlp ;ol do not consider thai it wiil bo prac- jrnnrrn win nnancial blow by ttca.ble for the board lo corsider tho the removal nl an imuorlant .source C. P.; n. and llio other lin'cs.'doing uf. tcve'nue. business in Iho wfcil 1 ad- TIIKHK IK A Clil.SIS mil.thai Ihls Is a real diidcully. Tbe Hcrdn, Dec. 5.-Thc existence of a board should, however, do as ihe Vn- so.vernmcnl crisis was denied today lied'Slatca courts in the t officials in close lourli with. ratea ca'so did. and say tbat tho roada imperial .Dr.- Von Hcttn England, Dec. ankliurst Ic Hid today to be in a of collapce, having started both a hunger ar.tf thirst 'strike jca her arrett on board the Ma- yesterday. fxjndon, Dec. threat ol tlio Ittant siJiTragctlcs lo resort to vio- il mclhoils ol revenge, lor the ar- il ol Ihcir leader, Hmmdir.r. Into eliecl this trning with the destruction ol .a islon al Wcrtiyss Hay, Ktotland( cral attempts to rlcstroy letters pouring acid Into mall boxes here, I numerous isolated cases'of win- ,v arnashinp. Moreover, it stat- the' wonifii bad a plan lo do nettling sensational within Hie. hours and the police every where. >t a.strict waWi. n the inr-anltmc, Mis. I'atikliurst lalns in I'Actcr jail. KJir has rom- :ccd "hunger tlriVc." I'assen- s on the Majestic, on which Mrs. ber the Atlantic, told ol Hie ir.ilignaliori which aro earning too much must conio down mi their rates." no inlention (if resigning office in con- ol the travellers al hcing rlclainert. Chairman proiios- ncclioii willi Ihr- conflict belwcfn'llic They declared he.bad "S laws ure also charpvl. fho i lo In'ow wfio the rjificrcnce be- A-largo crowd closed around Hie [petitioners arc two Icarlins; farmers! uecn ihe Sc. rate nl llic former 'anrl wagon .and hiirlcil bricks and olher fi! Hranl- lownshin. .James Craw- ti.c 13JC. rate of tlw latlrr 'jit? 'As lho strlkc-brcakeis ford, who is E -township councillor, .Hamilton explained ihe contract wilU whipped up their iiorsea, a number o; snols wero fired from Iho croivd. Tho' f Irikors followed the wagon until .It reached a llro station.. I'o- Hcc reserves wero called and dlspcrs- f.d tlib crowtl. Several arrests were NOT LICENSECI DENTIST MAD i'TO PAY FINE p urandon, Man., Doe. ,1. lor over an hour in IMynioull: Harbor timt the dilfcrenl posKtdUB ol milifary and civilians in Alsace. loeal dentist, was tinM 550 the rolne to ]0iiiwit c. N. tho C, T. i'. find Tlic of the post of and coats hcro (odriy for io should not.bo-consul- uf Alsace by Count bcillg a suffragettes, who planned Mrs. I'.luHriirsl As 6ne American put it, "all thfs to arrest. one liltlo woman.'1: The Knglish press also is inclined to Sneer at flic elaborate- police plans. Trio Mancheslrr fiuardian remarks "There was an absurd disproportion between Ihe actual danger disor- der and the elaborate preparations ol the riolice." Tl.c Westminster Cl.v.ette sajs "It is absurd describe the. arrest of Mrs. Pankhurst as a the police." i BARNES FOUND [N 'WALES Ixmdon. Geqret. Ijnriies, a yoiing Western Canadian lairae'r, wlui eamo a holiday and WHS re- liortotl on Wednesday {is having and- and James (Conflnu.'d oa Driven by the Floods Take Refuge in Trees Death Toll on Increase Dallas, Trx., life. oil Many (kind victims wcte hcing tat- persons ilrivm UiCir hc.n-.rs the town ol t'alvcr.t, V.fcvr denly the Vlrgltilnii reached Mvei.ool, has been discover. ered by lho tn leaking Ibc ralea for tho C. (bat la i UickTielj vvcnl on lo declare lhai tho data submitted, made II perfectly C'has. however, is eon- siftcrcd probable untrss his aiitLorily is fully restored and- profecled tlie ajgressfons ii< tfcc rnili- Chancellor, the Oov- n< Uei- tbc mllllarj- shortly before against trie tary olbeials. Tli defence was that Kelly worked un- der Hie supervision of by whom he was employed at Jl.SO per month. Kelly graduated ul Chi- cago a and his nbiiity was GO; uater reported tn liir remarked i thc hmpcror is must rcdu'co (ravclled together, tho Mr. Draylon. their ofncial telallons' .lhat 111 what wo re- uinrked .lho goyernmeril counkcl, laVrn refjgo in Ucc.s ici the-, bottom lands Ilr.une, llic' cienlrc of the Tc.vas fined district today. Many more refugees were marooned 'in cotton houars rescue. HUERTA'S FAMILY IN VERA Mexico Cily, Dee. The slrained; The Ct.inc.oHor inaile" thd family o! Provlslonnl-Prcsldent ourne.y on a speciar train. Tlic Hood 'death toll today" was sst al 2i, but this- number may be slightly increased because.bodies have reporlrd floating in tbe swilt, muddy, current, at several points, CRUZ Hundreds of brad of .-livestock have Iriten tlrowncjl and scores ol homes .carried away since.rivers anil crerks overflowing their, banks affci the Iprrlfic tainfall'last Tuesdav! s aliovc llcarne, torfay. Mi-n' were directing Die rcsera saidfthty had seen bodies noat- ng in. thc swollen llraws tivcr.' A arc aiklng for tents foi Hie rciugecs, Co.ndltionj Improving Dallas, Dec. S.-With the crest 01 fuo tiood, which bas swept Ihioiig'i noith and central Texas for the'lsa! two days, non- centred In tho'ColoraJj and Brazos rivers aboul Hearn, Jii Ibo southern portion o( UK flatc, It wag pslmated at noon that tlie death 1st would total Iblrly ,-.nd forty persons, .nurl tfio property' dairi-- ase nmount (o nbout two million dol- lars. Many of the riead reported sinco last nlybt, esllnialcd al twenty slv. tvero ncgrccs, whose boillcs were peen floating in lho loirer tlrazos ,riv-. o.' tcday, (Jondlllons aro rapldly.imprpving poinU, wbero the water ;