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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta v a v B The Lethbndge Daily Herald Volume IV. Alberta, Wednesday, December J9.11. Number" 301 DISPARITY IN PRICES OF PLOWS Cockshutt Plow Co. has a Member in the House WESTERN FARMER PERSIA ASKS BRITAIN TO MEDIATE Would Abidfe by Any Fair Settlement Sug- gested DETAII5 OF THE BUILD UP ALBERTA POLICY CZARS TROOPS BOARDS OF TRADE DECIDE ON PUBLICITY PROPAGANDA Union Boards Pregnant With Great Possibilities for South Leech Re-Elected President r "The fl.ves of the world a'ro turned Pays Much Larger Price March On Teheran said join. T. i Burns in addressing the delegates of Halted Pending NegOl- Southern Alberta Associated I Hoards of Ti-aik' at their annual had been done by the Than His American Brother Ottawa, brought on by the Granitoid it was In debate today CocHalmtt Co. of ations J509.05. expenditures of S2H1.75, leav- ing a b'a'ltiiice 'to the credit of the association Of Secretary Munwariiii; isave a brief oullino of his work showing what association in night, an d then he wenl the matter of hail insurance and the Washington, C., Dec. Persia on to say that, while Supt. Price OI 'onipilaliou of a crop report. application to Great the C. P. R. was In the city yeeterday IVuiiuity- Conimlesioner Leach brouh reor broushr In the report of Ills month's PREMIER SIFTON ANNOUNCES AN IMMENSE DEVELOPMENT SCHEME Net Work of Railways and Trunk .Lines Which Will Tend to Open Up Unoccupied Lands and Make Life Easier and More Profitable to the Present Reply to Mr. Michener Which Practically Unites Liberal of Great Prosperity Forecasted Edmonton, Ucu. the legisla-, form anil upon mug is it. port of the opposition In finj ture this- afternoon Premier Sitton iwinls th.ouBhoul -iildrtss in his reply to Mr. Michcncr in the debate in the address, outlined the comprehensive railway policy in to Ihe development ot the j ijiirris 'lou-ered the price j yb "i silowing that of 17 hoards visit- nor' of their machinery ten days before jelTort of settling the crisis with "udapeet, Hungary, had writ- eil now members in the elections and raised it in three I s days after tho elections and that the I' Cockahutt Plow Co. aolcl tho same from sciiu-olhcul sourc- plow retail In Minneapolis at in Teheran. they cbarRod for In Wlnnl-1 Tlie progross'ot Russian iroops to- to a dispatch received !ll6n tor ratcs trom collat Boon landing of the association, and -mints to l.cthbridKe' which -Mit-y lie was Medicine liat, the quote in connection witii steam- rates for delegates from several although the., U. S. duty was 15 Teheran temporarily 1ms been per eellt R WHS shown that congress' here next Minnesota rarmer could buy a CoA-: slayml. Troops which were proceed- of delegntcs ,as. Khun plow for 500 bushels of barley ing from flusht towards Kasvin and sembled at last night's moetljii? It ill JlinnoajrallB, while the'samo plow j will lie llallcj at lorracr would appear that their efforts would TVOllld cost him 1700 bushels at Win-' rpqnu in lin-nfn" mnnv inm-o pvps city and held outside of Tohoran emm in. manj mmc ejes iuj'es.j. in the course of their It was brouslrt on by F. W. Cor-li- long as there are no disturbances in yoal..s ,yol.k from Brantford, who made a j that city. Afternoon Session epeech in defonco of the Cocksintt u is that Persia has I A liii'Ee amount of routine business Plow which was .icouautl ]K bMM] attended to at the annual meet- by Hon. Frank Oliver of selling o[ E lam, at which eighteen Hoards of i j Trade were represented by. thirty- three delegates. The president's art- on'iy point outside, would within a few weeks also see fit to join the central body. He also brought in a or the centra! European nations to the recommendation that tho towns west And from of Lundbreck in the purely coal mining region should bo let in on a .s they tc the work tht lump sum basis, as they to advantage of association while they felt that Its work was more in the nature of an I agricultural-'organization.' His repoi-J. was ,it is likely that plows cheaper In the United than in Caimda, after paying t.iio duty. Mr. Cpckshutt said that Mr. Oliver made the unfair comparison as between the retail and wholesale Mr. Oliver and Neely who followed mentioned that the figures 'given Oliver were correct and that the 'difference in the retail prices Was as great they quoted. eral others of the in the Pass will, join Thc provincial assemblies as wuH as Coleman s small coal '.camps the centra Welcome t0 Lethbridge George M. Hatch in welcoming the dreas wtis a resume of the work done delegates to the city on behalf of the the national assembly continue' en- association during the sum- local board of} trade, said that Loth- dorse the fictions null positions -of W. meri jje called attention to the fact bridss was -one with the rest In this Morgan Shuslei, the American while, they had not carried out association and looked -Jo her future surcr-general. from the United Persian press, to the jan extensive program ou account of prosperity only through the growth oC all -the -other towns' in the district. (Continued on page financial stringency by so Persia has reached a critical mom-I the ent in its histow sav-s a cablegram of the sraaller "lie thought the association now on a good footing both financially and in Aiklns, Brandon, speaking in American '.newspapers. Its integrity and Vritlln'od what the evening, said that the u-est was jancl independence is being menaced in the 'executive believed to be a large entitled to a reduction in the tin-iiT j a .'manner most flagrant. Its sincere yoar.s to be lOllowed out in on agricultural implements. He be- efforts looking regeneration The idea of tne association is llered it would be brought about by the country have been .violently help the smaller boards and tho the government. rested by Russia. Persia now do- j districts which they represent, and Mr. Borden has given formal notice itself innocent of any violation i asked that all co-operate to bring that the house will adjourn on Thura-iof' right and trustin" to about the most far teaching results.. to tne! the sympathy 'of the American took advantage of the opportunity Tho Persian press asks Epr the kindly day until January 10. eafiy adjournment it has been de- cided to extend the time for receiving petitions for private bills without ox- .tra charge till February 1. Mr. Martin, of Hegina waa promised to arrive at some solution oi tlic 'i congratulate Lethbridge for her success in bringing the Dry Farming Congress to at such on expense, and hoped mat association _____ _ made by Russia .which will be WOUM see flt to themselves of the premier that the governmeut with the dignity, and hon- opportunity presented to make would look into the matter of western or oi a nation firmly .resolved urthe mcst of the chance to show the' erain blockage. j maintain by every means possible its; people on the outside what sort ,0i When the house met today two bills j regarding; Grand Trunk Pacific coivlractB, and In which contractors are given an' .'extension o-r time in which tp finish their work is dealt were Mr. Bordeu ex- plained that the tills provided for an extension of one yeir for the comple- tion of the prairie section and of three years extension for the moun- tain section. It was within the power of the government, however, under the terms of the .bill, to name a short- er period. The debate on ihe tariff issue was coii'tinned until adjournment, .Ontario members defending the machinery men and western men them. anil independence. WAITRESSES ARE OUT ON STRIKE country Southern Alberta Is by help- Ing out in the matter of district ex- biblts. The following was the list ot ac- credited (lelogntes in attendance at tho meeting: Winnil'red, J. n.'Agar: Bow Island, A. P. Pnlniage, W. V. .Cotter: greeted with hearty ;rs to the criticisms of'Mr. Mi- r were crushing their, com- climix w is ttachcd whin he til and met with'the hearty ap- j outlined the po'ici agatding which plausc of the Liberal members with about two exceptions. Throughout the speech of the premier, both Ruth- erford and Cross gave no indication hail' complained that iullicie'it details had not been given. Mr.'Twsedie's Job Mr. Twecdie moved the adjournment who had tins dthitc at the conclusion ol voted with them at the last session the premiers speech ,H w li, mdenl were hearty in their .endorsement., Mr. that till Calgin mtmhei was somt Cornwall being 'tho most- noticeable, [what cmbirr.a-.iet at the tUtotucnesi Mr Sifton's railway -policy, wllile of Ihe replv to Iho Imdur providing for the net lacing of the i of the opposition and reomred time Peace Hi'ver and Athabasca .country, lor consultation befoiu continuing the. also provides transportation for oth- er parts not yet served by railway lines. The extensions .which the premier said his government believed were ne- cessary a'nd tor which provisions should be. made at the present ses- sion were as- follows From Strathcona southerly, running attack. The sealing his been re mangcd nil the Liberal members now being bunched in one side oi the chamber the seicn m ration riii tlii otli er. Little fault was fr d the acconslic properties today .Mr. HLnhentr u resuming the tic bate on the. iildnss coiigratiilattd till, NOTUKELYTO VETO IT AT OTTAWA Montreal Gazette Intim- ates w. Policy Ottawa, Onf., Dec. 5-.-A petition for disallowance of Hie bill forfeiting i Tllis win arford- sluirjj imsK. seventeen to eighteen miles west of I mover and seconder- upon the good the C. E. to Pinchcr Creek, with speeches the> tun nndn on the mea the extension oi the Goose Lake line gre bill of fue presertui in the- Utu- lo Calgary. tenant-goxernor s spetch It was re 'From, a point in the Stettlcr-Bra- grettahlL Hi it neither, speaker had zcau line east oi .ihe C. E. and farther outlined tho policies of -the paralleling'that line'to meet the government Hut tin MOIL not to Goose Lake extension heing built to blame because the leaeetVoE the go.v- Calgary. J ernment m his sphinx like ittltude From Kdmoiiton north-west to the had revealed nothing eitliet to lus Grand prairie country. {supporters or the pcojlle of the prov- From Athabasca Landing to Peace incc. lonclnm, on the rtftrcnce m River Lauding. r J the speech to the iiiiprpved form pi From Ar'hahasca Lauding to a point government nom the lime when thi near Fort McMurray with a branch to site of tin prfent building oct-u Lac La Bichc. ;picd by the Hudson's Bay. Co.'.s .fort, From Edmonioir along north Mr. SHchoner said the present govern- short; of the .Saskatchewan cast to mcnt was just is iiitocratic as> then Cold Lake at the eastern boundary of because now ifttr fle tue still holding office in Continuation of the'line Peace .spite of the CK tliL, pcopk The River to Edmonton, in j [y the Camrose extension to the easterly burs, complained of the accoustic prin- foomidacy of the province to meet tbe ciples. IV thought Hit ntonej txpcnd south-easter- leader o the oDposiiion iu referring SUaUicona- to the htiutj of Iht present oh un RCgina Winnipeg line. the Alberta Great cd for this structuie should in pirt at least have been raised t0 construct __________, D. Russell. Dr. Leech and P. L. Lethbridge, George II.'Hatch, NEW MANAGEMENT OF ALEX ANO-j j. u Manwaring, W. V. Poapsl, E. A. RA STRUCK A SNAG Itiunriirighain, B. L. Cope; Raymond, TODAY 'George H. Bmld. B. S. Young; Ma- 'grath, F. W. Karrcn, Geo. Huather- Thc new management oi the jycx-jshaw; Cardston, B. N. Barker; War- andra Hotel struck a snag this iorc- uer, Chas. 'Egan, W. 11. Scott, F. E. the rights oi the Alberta tnrec capitals and from roads and bridtes and to open the Waterways has been presented to the Edmonton to Grand Prairie. j country with transportation fnclll- Krom Uruderheini, north of the C.'ties. no doulit with a view of jnlHicndng AlluTta politics. '-The Montreal Gaxelte intimates that the government should allow Alberta to attend to her own business. This, no ilouht, indicates the .intcnt'ion of the government. FOUR KILLED AND A SCORE INJURED condemning noon when the waitresses in the cafe .Fairbanks; Diamond City, Dr. D'Arc; ff Cham- c.' Claresholm, N. Holmes; Gran :iim, J. A. Gumming, Thos. ff 't 't went out on stuike without a mom- jUannnngay, Henry Mai-Eden; ent's notice. The trouble, it is un-W, O-F- SmMh; H1BH River, dcrstoml, arose over thfl fact that th CAUSE REMAINS, EFFECT DELAYED lespie; I n- Dec. (t. The Paris management had seen fit to place n I .Monarch, J. K Jlayhood, u. JJ. i-nim- newspapers give prominence to man m charge ot the cafe. _ Lorniet-; [tf c p F _._ the German elumcellor's speech ly the caie was m. charge ol a lady. lKortwrigW] E. noberer; Colemaii, U. thl! Reichstag. Thev are of but the new maiuigcment fell, that it: would bo wiser to place a man In; ,vas chos. I'ittablir Dec, me.n were to exercise greater control. The wall-ibcr 'tl) 011 Onicera and jilace of 'Wiled and ''i score injiircd, a number rcsses did not seemingly take kindly i meonllg tor the following year. of them seriously, shortly belore 8jlo this, with the result .11. Hatch prmented the treas- o'clock this momlng t'10 notice they walked out in a hirer's report showing receipts of two freight, trains and a passcnga'r '1rain on the Pennsylvania railroad at Devil's Bend, one-hall mile east of (he opinion that the chancel- Tor's speech does not altogelh- er dissipate "the nightmare" of :tn impending European cata- clyism. J. B. PERIE IS MAGRATH'S MAYOR lUgra'th, Dec. 5.-Considerable in- terest was. manliest in the municipal body. Tho Herald is informed that the1 action of the waitresses is con- slrikcs and the Masters and Servants Act., BURNED BECAUSE THEY HAD LAND UR HIE McLEAN PROMISES D1A10ND CITY LONG WANTED BRIDGE ti an easterly direction to After a patriotic reference to the five and six, then advent of a now If ing- juiri the .coming Nr. R. fiowccn, sontli to the intpniational boundary, of a mnmhcr nf the royal family ...to Tn addition to iliose thcru were Canada as governor-gwienil the spehk- shortni' anil details which ,cr tlealt with (he question of might later'bo agreed .upon. I-Ic also roads. Tn (his regard he criticized announcod that (lie first trunk high-1 ihe 101 wlnt ho tenped way would lit1 from Athabasca Land- was theii indifffrmre in Ihe insfe Tic ing to tho international boundary. Premier Sifton was in excellent ndvocaicfl flic hiiildinji; of permanent trunk roads and prontised the sup- TURKS DRIVEN FROM TRIPOLI ITALIANS HAVE COMPLETE POS- SESSION OF COAST ACCORD- ING TO.DESPATCHES C. P. R. AFTER BAD EMPLOYEES A traffic bridge fit, Dfnmond Ctty to inucb pleasure. They have worked rerve the north v.-ithout ceafeing rm Ihe project ever is new assured. Tills morning Secre- Rinccj the early sjH'iug and It Is largc- Manv-aring oE the of ly through their ifforts that the pro- THREE MEN ARRESTED FOR AL- LEGED FRAUD IN PASSEN- GER DEPARTMENT Washington, D.C., Dec. Tripoli I Toronto, Dee. After several is now virtually in the- nmlisputud months o! investigation by 0. P. R. of Italy, according to a information was 'glvvn to the Toronto, police which led to tho despatch received at the Itaian.em- c arrest of throe men last night charg- tassey here tonight from the Itnlian tho tnitiistyr of foreign affairs. The.'dc- passenger department out o( sums spatch follows: "Italian trcovs Iiavo atreregatinc over Two of ills si'rtlt" 1 .-1 shutting them off Iron, the coast, and been the .lite ir fiuoi of s-uch work A! sum, Of at ieasi One million year lead rapidly jwfc- tling of unoccupied la ml arid also nuilte those now on the land more contented. Ttealing with cowlifcions it u-i u i uc a cla.m for u bridge in the western end ot constituency nf Red Deer where, lie said. Unit residents on one shlo of tho river had to forty milfli in order to reacli the other aide, province of British Columbia cd twenty million dollars to bo. ponded- in four years on trunk roads, 'Contrast he said, "to two hundred thousand bemg ipent; yearly in Alberta. Following along the same lines mentioned the sunis voted, in other provinces and in the countries in'Eu- rope for tliis purpose, Policy of Fair Play Mr. Michencr said'he bad no com- plaint to make in regard to :thef ex- penditure of moneys. b> the public wor1 s dcpiitmtnt for this district, hid reieiAcd tusjt as good tfitraent as districts, repiesenttd bv I iherals He icgrctted that the sppech c6ntam- td no mention ol a coir prehendUe drainage scheme in ortlei' roads be built m the rontl i1 lounnci.s tnd fiunt.rs gnen opportun ities ol diaiuing their lands With to Mr Mich encr disippo'iitment thai a comprehensive, scheme was not outlin- ed for the development of the 'great north part of At the time he learned th it a rail ttib built from Uattleford to I ort McMnnaj to take the trade of the north from Edmonton and "Southern Alberta. He, thought 3 should, been made with the V G- W promoters to aiiild tha railmav as a government iroject, thus keeping faith witln the iionri-holdcrs! Tn view of tho tact; that the railway had. .ne conlrol riilwaya with provincial the government should some control 'of tlie freight rates of the companies whick iave granted charters, If; mav. be that a cam- jrn fund is more in the mteMsts of the- he asserted, What has the government received i rotuin for railway charters they; me md for bonds they havo ivnn.and for bonds they have juar- ntced." he asks.. "Not onr.-nffeh ol the railways guaranteed three years ;o have been built, and yet we heat rumors of these courpanies coming and asliing for moi'O charters and more guarantees." Threaten! the Province Speaking of the right of the prov- ncc to administer" the natural re- sources the speaker said the late, Be- minior. government had not thoiiRht best to hand them over and thu peo- ple in two elections enciorsw! .thiib voic. From (his it would apiicar as if the present exceeded their rights under the "principles of jrovernment in asking for these natural resources. For (Continued on, page SAMPLE OF TREATMENT IN'THE LAND OF EQUAL- JTriidc, a letter from "on. A J raise has been Its construe- thus dcciriinjr. Ilio situation in TtiiJO- last August, when irregularities !J. -MrLean stn-ins that lie wou'd re- lion will pave tse way for tbe build- litanea." The Italians captured eiglit were discovered in' their work. Tho I Inc'iin ni] ihf conatructlon of this ling of the radial eloctric railway guns and ammunition and provisions third prisoner, J. J..- Ailnmsqp, la and that tho estimates would from Lotbbridgo to connect up with according to the despatch. The losses still employed by ThA AUSTRALIA TO HAVE PUBLICITY WILL ERECT FANCY BUILDING IN LONDON FOR BOOSTER PURPOSES i98. -K ;