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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume-: Lethbriflge, Alta., Wednesday, Deceinber 7, 1910. AI MiYiTv i TFO PA ri fiAiTAno innnrpo Tiir n mi CMDIDAiES FOR AMEND THE HtDLTOE f JNliliii ROPOSITIONM Proosecl "..Victoria, T. -f -.Taylor, v .'of public a -scenic rail- war from the -Pacific-., ocean bH'ithe'Sccialist er' m Tne LETHBRIDGE- BILLSj -I Bill Postpones Opening of S tlie'Duck Shooting Season 'Edmonton, biljs per tiaiy. ,-iV tile which .the legisla- ture ,-vviH attempt ;4q' rush through.the business ..of .in order to. be "beibfe Christmas! ahil'.Iion. Rbbt. -'.Hbirers. -'Favorable replies.' tiara -been -received. H' A .it ii T T 4 A Bo-winan afidflatcH DefenH Their ;O.wji s Administration-H.; J: Tilley Effecliye: _ Dec; elected in Cork-.-city; i John, v Redmond. The- tJoaiitioniparty.: 'takes-six: out the: next .opposed :.ityaV seven. to" date, the', Coalition. 1- Promised- sensations were.'lac'king'at Ine-poJitJcal. meeting; held 4ajthe-Ma- jestie Theatre whole j affair, being .very; mucn. after usual run. of political Robert element. of raised' during ;ja: Oman's term after1 before that event; as-to enable -each" candidate to as- sume; a definite upon 'that or ixiramdn's occupied the chair and4 i any other. real .importance. O'l on- 'platform were: Aid; Suicide Cp'Ieman, Altj Bowman, Hatch, Oliver, Sage, and bills are for the j attempted third reading.-. have suicide by drintin-g: carbolic- Robinson, City Engineer .Arnold, SupL .Reid, 'and Candida tes.'Tiltey, Goode, Rusk; Tuck- well .and Ash i-'W. C.- Ives- also- joined- tne party -behind 'the .footlights' after .being. "called upon, to speak on tienalf of Mayor Adams, who is" absent from the ;.city during; the campaign, .Acting 'Mayor .'BQwna'aiL- .called, -the meetfn'g .to stating had An- accident the 'Majestic Theatre, p'ed; to a larger ie moved; to "-have "the' 'clause struc our, it down by-division oJ yhe ir s at first SLAVE Tejj Of Great Gruel- One of the important amendrrcnts- provideci by the' act is that -which j changes the date "of the openino; of the ijuck. sraso'n from Aug. "Srd to Sept. I. ..This is contemplated, to" prevent the great slaughter of ducks at the opening of i he" season. The northern boundary of the.Game Act was fixed e.t tovvnship which., is about half-! jway netyreen 'Edmonton and the Land The bill incorporating the PIncher '.Creek, Cardsion and-Montana Rail- way was'jiassed with a provision lath .icrecl by Du. War nock, of Pincher. .Creek, at-iachecl which compels the company-10-have thirty miles of the j- San Francisco, Dec; Seven Chi- road constructed arid ready for oper- jnese girls captura! Sunday when an .ation. before Dec..31. DHL This ro.-' vision and put-to -a, vote, '-being' carried, by 20 to 10. i All Kid- oiapjped attempt was being made to smuggle them Man- A-'biJi-to allow-the practice 0sJ.churia, toW a story that for brutal- tcppaths in the province, and a bill ity concedes nothing to the workings lo change the name of. the Edmonton Public Hospital, to that of the PvOyal Hospital, were read a of earlier African slave trade-'. Immi- gration officials say the girls -were be- Debt of the Province bill to amend the Coal Klines Act was also passed the is provided by first time. rr.inprs this bill. One of 'the clauses will pro- vide for a systern; oi distinct signals throughout the u'zrdergroun'd end another will provide for man- holes evprv 25 feet in the underground planes. The bill also makes provi- Adams 'be: ,mis- and; he He thbught; that it wa's up to-" .Mri Mackenzie; .io'-vofce his opinion upon, this had any bpin- iqh, an'ditsp upon the public's attitude. jority of the ..speakers and.' the alid-; ience were ;to sit 'with. their, overcoats, on. was'voted.into" the chair upon the suggestion of Aid. Bowman, he promptly got down business and after throwing a' few with scant ceremony, he stated that inasmuch as Mayor A.danis is absent.? rom the city that the chair would be glad to allow twenty- min-, utes to any person wishing to speak on the mayor's behalf. In. response to numerous cries, W C. Ives "ascende'd the p'latlorm and took up a .discussion of the mayor's candidacy for. re-elec- tion, Mr. Ives1 Address Mr. Ives insisted that it was not a case of issues as the various candi- dates are all pretty much agreed up- on the questions before the public. .Mr.' Mackenzie bad practically' en- Calibrefr in His Possession: A MAN is The Youthful Incorrigible .Stopped Citizen at Point of Weapon Billy Sa-wchuck, the youthful incor- b present ex- perience; ;as mayor such to fully in -him another" He that. ;ratepayers more- thern-: and bbserve the, deveiophient -and work accomplish- ed the', present .-Referring to council, stated .that _ in.. of-uroifbould j have been; elected" the" year done :nibrejJ achieyedimore less .than.; had this 'body.'" He" 'commended of'thel-counpU. relative '.to the fair, .'grounds' .-proposition and other'. inaugurated or ;the caiifibn- llng j until such 'time; as "they; 1 are be .nReferring to two ofVthe new Mr-'- lyes: "jspoire .-.a'-, An. o Mr.; -j business, I-but Mr. Ives.-suggested: the real estate- men 'and their''radve'r- tising.nietEods'.'tnatv the'city' liiiely far advanced' todayV'" In advancing the.; city's 'interests in this 'adranced then- own, 'but tliat -held ;against- them, so long ,as 'tbey had 'benefitted the. city" also." ,H. X." Gcode also receiv- ed a nice little bopst for his: know- ledge'ot" assessments; .taxation and his all around business- aility. Coming back: the mayoralty in conclusion, Mr. Ives expressed .sur- prise that Mr. Mackenzie had ed positively in the. press on Nov. .5, tnat he would not be a candidate, and i tnat in view of this he had since come ngible, Avhose disappearance was re-jrorward after Adams. depart. corded in the Herald last night, from also belittled discovered later in the evening in the lUr_ Mackenzie for his professed lack old -Cosmopolitan hotel, by Constable of icnowleag'e cE municipal affairsl Bruce., The boy bore all 'the earmarks stating that the Lethbridge is ot a youthful desperado found, virtually a corporation and dorsed every action of the mayor, so as he was sitting in the hotel with a that it would seem 'unwise to entrust, that in reality he could not reasonably j.-.22-calibre rifle across his knees. Ques .'affairs -of 'such magnitude to a man io ,vhece he had Qbtained .admitting his unfamiliarity with them. the providing the greatest- possible pro- tection. Amend Coal Mines Act In answer .to questio'.is by Bennett GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC SHOPS StTE AT REGJNA Kegina, Dec. .E. Ro-s- sie, F. Darke and J. A.: Cross pur- chased the old Rembler Paul farm, near the government house for he had no private business interests to conflict with those of the city., and he saw no reason for making a change. If mistakes had been made the rate- payers had paid for them, but he gu'ar- that if Mayor Adams had made costly mistakes a second Dme he would not allow the city to pay for them. Mr. Ives had been astonished salary bad neignbornood. 000. The property; consists of 3201 to find that Mr. Mackenzie did not acres and it is understood the nevv know what the mayor's IT. Jf. shops will be erected in its tuis istcnishme: abated when he had heard it said that Mackenzie, if elected, stood pre- j-pared to devote bis whole time, morn- ins, noon and night; to the city's -busi- ness if necessary. He was inclined to LOCKED DOOR TO BLAME -Newark, AT. J., Dec. 7. Evidence was given today at the inquest into the fire -disaster wherein twenty-five j scoff-at this iuea. as he could not the indebtedness of the province. Premier Siftoa replied as follows: Bonded indebtedness is and .current indebtedness is ritie Bank. The Alierta University bill was ally- passrd through committee of the without 'amendment. The bill provides for the entire re-organ ization of 'the "governing nod-y of the univers- j y ity, for the appointment of the gor- erning which will control the j v finances and executive work of the v1 univcrsiiy. The governing boaru perisned Nov. 26th to the effect that a certain door leading- to the street was sometimes locked. In the opin- ion of the witness the whole floor could nave ;been opened had this door not been locked at the time of the lire, a'he hearing is being continued FIRST BRIDAL DRESS WORN IN TORONTO Toronto, -Dec. brid- al dress worn by the first appointed bv lieutenant-governor-j -bride of: 'Little York iii-council. IT, is likely the appointment, of the board, and the election of tbe senai'S, which is enlarged- by the aew bill, w.iH take place direct! v af-- ter vbe close of vhc session. Tho j of the -present senate has expired, ru-j though they -frill aold office their i tuccessors are appoint-ed and (Continued on pure was exhibited to the York pidneers their meeting to- day. pioneer bride was Miss1 Alary Wilmot, wife of John famed for nis aasio.t-t'cn in the Rebel- lion of 18S7. understand how Mr. 'Mackenzie could do this without detriment to his own private business. Reform Candidate The speaker then went on to say ttiat he believed Mr. Mackenzie's can- didature had been stirred up by' a' street issue and that he had been moved to enter the fight by those in- terested in moral reform. This he considered a real issue. Every year it was a subject of common gossip, but it had always been studiously avowed by candidates. He did not think the' issue had received the pub- licity tbat it should and he wanted to know if Mr. Mackenzie's candidacy was really the outcome of a secret move by the moral reformers. He concluded, this portion of his ad- dress by stating that lie bad been in- formed that Mr. bad the support of the implement men, the draymen, the American element of the the'Weapon, he stated that he had ught it from a boy who ia turn had -purchased it at Ling's hardware Mr. .Mackenzie Speaks Mr. 'Mackenzie.' then took the plat- rorm in advocacy" 'or his own candi- INSUNDERUND Decl; 6-VA: prominent-.- fea- ture.' of. today of.' iehe- capture y esterda-y "pt seats in: Sunderland- por-ters. Cana-; dian Teturhs'.tiie House, of Commons; after- absence; of than and ing turned -out 'Si Storejc, fer' and J-j-Knbtt'.-t- Tie 'ia ;attnbttted; it terhess'' :y -iii: -.the -who several- months o. g SULTAN'S FORil Turkish Successful iii Its "Suit Leipsig.' Dec. suit, instituted-, by the Turkish government againsfc. Reich's Bank to compel that institu- tion to surrender- four million dollars credit o-t the- deposed' Sultan Abdul I-Iamid, has been decid-: ed in. favor of the government by the Supreme Court. When AbduL. Harold entrusted his personal fortune to the Rcichs.. Bank.'he. exacted; a solemn agreement that the funds should notl be withdrawn except on the presenta- tion of the under his hand and seal. When the new.government at- ;store. Police investigation revealed mature. He was accorded the recep th'e fact that such a. rifle, is not car- tion Of 'tne evenin ried in stock by .Mr. Ling., The witfi tne is a .22-cahbre short and long, and motel. 2sio. and -was at once frequently the political QIje u. Shortly after the boy's arrest word !wanted to flnd Olit Jast tne sort of a at. the point of a rifle held in the i small things, had been brougbt into hands of a very small boy. Further kne campaign, hut that he did not .pro- details aro withheld at present as the pose to deal with them when bisser case'is now under investigation were at stake. Referring to Detective Egan. statement'made as to. his ignor- Thc_boy, when taken in charge was j ance of municipal affairs, he contend- in a wretchedly dirty condition.- tnat any man or -good, 'common was obdurate in.relating his experi-jnorse sensej with a rair knowiease ences of the past four days, but claimed to have slept in.a barn at night and lo have earned the price of j of the world and oi business, should De able to master one business pro- meals selling papers.- A local Position as readily as .another, given morning publication stated 'that a fair snow to mafcc good. He deiired papers laid aside for charge of being an American cit- regular carriers had strangely disap-jjzen, stating that for nineteen years peared -each morning, and the opinion >ne had lived in N7ew Brunswick, where that the Sawchuck boy must have helped himself, sold the pa- pers on the. street and pocketed the entire proceeds. De had" been born, that for years alter that he had resided in the United states, where lie Dad become an Am- i'quity of tne'" party- Consi ervative gains morning, losses on any; particular .dayi-depended-. on purely local tinent is reminder -that _'_it the final day's polling that ed the in. January, Today the- hope; sweep j all seven seats' in Tower "Hamlet, tlon's WhitechapeL districts. of the three Amery, is-rthe.-Unionist, candidate. The ;Li.b-.: erals complain they "are' handicapped in London by the-'State-of ter. Removals since'January are! in some districts. as -lalgh lai.; tnirty and forty This militate against .'.the.-' parties were it not-that nearjy all. -the motor: curs .to', chase' aosentees all-day.- Reasons For Hopes Today sees, the first voting in coim-- ties where. did notoribusryf. be a letter from the deposed Sultan, authorizing the withdrawal. The or- der, however, did not-bear the secret seal agreed upon, and the which" further tool: the ground that their customer being practically a xyijc -I'A p free. refused to surrender the money, hut ths court refused to entertain the plea'that Abdul Bamid: sighed-the or- der under duress. ENEMIES BLEW UP. HIS GARA3E JU -T. .T. _.. -i- -jr. -r -JP T i The Policer have also had trouble clUzen About five years ago HU .John Standing, another juvenile fte lo Canada where offender. This bov has been in the he procured his papers as a Canadian care of Mrs, for several citizen as quickly as possible, and >.e days. Yesterday he went through hoped that now he was as pood a Can- Mr. Bra-dbet-r's "clothing, discovered ;i j adian as any man in the house. Ho cheque for forty dollars and promptly deseed the statement of Ives that headed a local bank, -where he ai- Ccmpted the paper. He was reported to the police, but in the meantime, having failed to make good on dishing the cheque he quietly re- turned to his home at Mrs. Brad- brer's. house. The lad is now held by Mrs. Brail- beer pending necessary procedure for a frieh-i had told the latter that he (.Mackenzie) had assured Mayor aros in the presence of this friend of Mr, Ives' that he would not become a candidate for m.iyor. He had made such a statement only through the press, but he held that .even so, in the event of the .great pressure broughl his. removal to Father Lacombe's bear' upon him, that he had the home at Midnaparc._ Billy Sawchuck to change his mind. K this were spent the night in the police station, but-liCj too, will be sent to Midnaporc immediately., in the hope of brincinc ;i-jronn-j about, a reformation not so, the mayor or any of the alder- men could -have the 'right to pack (Coiitinucd oil pasf- 5) Italian Consul at Seattle the Subject of an Outrage Seattle, Dec. explosion in a garage in the rear of the residence of Dr. A. J. Ohiglion, Italian consul, shattered aH the windows. Chinaware and crockery in ibe house and broko windows in other nearbj. residences: Dr. Ghiglioa. his wife and. t-wo chil- dren were asleep. They were not in- jured. At Dr. Ghiglion's it; is asserted the explosion was caus- ed by dynamite placed in the garage by enemies of The consul. TREMENDOUS EFFORTS, 2. -r" TO RECOVER'BODY 4 Butte. Dec. body of Charles Kakola, who was buried under an .immense amount of roclc oh Nov. G, was discovered today after in- cessant .work night and day since the catastrophe. It was necessary io rctimber the sa.-ift to a -depth of nearly feet to reach the re- mains. V A i TT1 A A 4 A jter thing's for two -reasons; .1 tracking tariff reform "may weaken the? I allegiance to the Unionist, .-cause tne who expect to.-be. the chief -beneficiaVies taxes; the efforts, .since :Jan7; ua'ry of :the the innumerable non-party bat strict- ly partisan, appealing- to. electors. The Liberals felt thing had to "be done, to -counteract the-1 combined, inaueace of the public So this league set out to ostentatiously as possible all cases oi intimidation, also to: educate the elect- ors that th'e ballot is secret. re- ported-as a result of this campaign that Liberal meetings are, being well attended in the .villages in .which ,9., jyear ago such a gathering would-ha ve: been prohibited. If Liberals, complain of 'church influence. Conservatives complain of non-conformity, becoming a political creed. A Unionist speaker j told me of a Liberal candidate I'orKsnire wno tells his audiences: "We cannot lose for God is with Unique Contest Two interesting' Lancashire con- tests take place today. .In Newton-, siiop assistant is opposed by a Vis- count. In j-i reformer, is appealing the cotton spinners. At Plymouth the Tories: en- certain hopes. Similarly want. Portsmouth, despite Beresford's-, majority. Tne' mot.jon from the ranks as in the and what has Beresford ever done foi'V. tae lower deck., vateely admit. calculations have-'ibeen upset by-the first three tQOUCh Still hnjlnsr .floalj will not be increased. ;