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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume IV." LcUihridge, Thiirwliiy, December 7, Number 302 HISTORIC DELHI ARRAYED IN GORGEOeS APPAREL Magnificence oil Indian Empire Revealed in Grand Welcome; to Emperor George and His Gracious Consort Queen Imperial Majesty Receives Princes and Native Rulers Delhi, India, 7.--The 'roar of! ground lo the gorgeously upHoinu'd corned thc King-Emperor anil Qucoii- lirowssion which was headed by tin: >n imperial salute of. HU tuiis wel-- A" the route tlii: impre.s.sion seeniLMl to j'jiiipress on their arrival toiuiv iroui 1 ul ,bo profound :iml llu: reception was a itoinliay.. j cordial one. On their arrive! ,.i the Tin- railroad station in Sulingra'camp the delilud ini- JSasticu Vtitl had' been the moccj' pcrial enrriage. Hramticms followed wnce dawn for everybo.l'f in the city prc- wnted with -i brief address o; v.'el- nml uoronation camp. come tu v.-inch hi: replied HI a lew which vied witlij'ueh in splen- Thl.jr Majcstjcs and vice- dor passed along the niiiris crowded regal parly Ihen repaired to their M'ilh Indian princes, .military nincers, camp of which" the liousc built by govcrniiient'oilicia'ls. SlWams of Curzon in is lllc A Dazzling Scene The camp stretched along a g: trunk road in long svninietrical r'. anil Indian regi- aimoa't bidding in tin, incuts under cominan'd.ivf Lieiltei Kencral Sir J. Wilco.v, and Uonrrnl; Sir E..M. Brown. In providing-guards o: honor and .'Icscorts the native troops were also lialf-naKcd vallah. with given an equal-share wi.tli the British. fe i them were bejewelled Indian princes, CO lers. l-armv and administrative officers, na- The-Kine-Kmperor Queen-Km- pativus went the same way. The route io the cai'np was lined altern- JOHNHERRON TO GET A JOB Will Likely be Member of Commission on Agri- culture Ottawa, Dec. llerron is likely to be made a member' of the commission on agriculture of which Andrew Broder Is lo ho chairman. T. A. Low. M.P. for South Rcnfraw, resigned today to provide Ji seat for George P. Graham. A hot bye-election '8 assured. ATfRTH WARD Llecfors Heard 1'rom the New and the Old Timers THE SUBWAY Widening of'Westminster Road a Very Live Issue Unity Hall, North Lethhridso. was packed to 'the doors night to iiear the various for municipal honors once more- before the polls arc opened on-Monday and the rate- ICHENER CHALLENGED DIVISION IN LEGISLATURE HOUSETALKED ABOUT THE amr Swung Without'Mercy on Necks of Liberal Of- fice Holders Ottawa Dec. (i.-The time of house today w'as occupied with When Votes Were Counted Conservatives Lined Up Seven Mituidl Delivers Brilliant Reply to Mr. Course'Riley Had to Make a Break Edmonton, Dee. first before midnight John Kcmmli siou oi the session came at 'bis eVeri-j moved the adjournment, ing's silling of the legislative assem- Trtc Changed bly. It was during the'debate that TIio fiist wer! CM tho session ot Icgu latnre brings one outstanding lea- ilm Itader of the opposition wished turc. It it, tlie m attitude ot the house to rise.. Premier' Siftcn seven mcmbBr, took the ground that the debate desks A. .igo the} were defm- tjie should carried on ite and insistent m stating that a and.Mr. MiclK-ner then prest-nted the'leu> a( the mosl v-ouia jpeuw on Monnny next, and the rate-. (dissolution ami Kcncnl election In rayors had an' excellent opportnnitv ]mSih? on the dismissal of formal motion that the house adjourn. o, m on hf S Hen ad ,n nstra met. ofa ticket. for., with outside service. A. R. A I .he exception of. Mayor Adams end !McLean, or Halifax, lead UK.attack Liberal members lln-', Mdcrman Oliver, 'all the candidates I in a vigorous .which he. nf'. a. a rt C for .'t iho nomination the Ontario legislature it nounced -that an agreement had been Pi t, Uito address the electors assem- I Thef -throughout his re- grecf; the pat'ty. Then began "the procession to the camp f0ur miles on have taken, up their quarters "in 'the to j "Canvas -'City" which Fs broken up hy greon lawns, polo ioun- j tains, and avenues of tree's. Through-. away. Throughout India, a holiday out the morning the comTns had and u .great number (ing of great, dtgnilarleH.contlmicii and of nativcs.had gathered to gfit a natives kept fhcir position, patiently to get another sight their emperor and gUmpse'of tijeir Emperor and Em- ,They. formed a striking back- SEED GRAIN AT PINCHER GREEK SEED GRAIN AND POULTRY SHOW 'MAP MARKED INCREASE IN ENTRIES'; Piacher third kiinunl seed grain fair arirt poultry ehow in connection with the agricul- tural society was held in the opora house yesterday: There was a mark- ed; increa'se in the number of entries at both these affairs, together with a larger attendance of visitors. Excel- lent showings of grain were on view Tor sale in the one case, and the class of poultry to be seen in the Puns surpassed all previous exhibits. It was quite apparent .that much! more Intorest is being manifested by SINGLE TAX IS A CITY BUILDER F. J. DiXON OF WINNIPEG BRINGS THE MESSAGE TO LETH- BRIDCE Mr.1. F. .1. Dixon, of Winnipeg, sec- retary of the Single Tax league of that city and for the province of Manitoba, is in the city 'and on Fri- day will address a meeting in St. Augustin's hall, whicli has been call- ed by the League: Mr. on is one of the best known mrn in and was a candidate at Lh'e last provincial election being' tie- Seated hy less than 80' votes' in Con- Ire Winnipeg. He is an enthusiastic single, taver and that he is ,t abeaksr liearing was evidenced by '.ho their knowledge or consent. Hon. F, Uochrane. minister of railways, and Hon. J. D. Held, minister, of customs, marks, took who represent eastern Ontario in the 'A, Very. Broad View cabinet, having made statements to of the service' to be expected from that effect. Conservative members the niayoriind council for the Coming when seen this r.iorninsr said that Mr. year. He thought that the growth ot Graham would be opposed. '_ the city should be niouldeil along.such Mr. Low when questioned regard- Unas as tend to make, the city ing the situation said: "I am handing Southern my resignation to the speaker this ta. He 'was, he believed, in a position morning. 1 believe that the Censer- to give. the'TatepnyRrs such an admin- vatives of South Renfrew arTmeu o'l istration. Being one of the early bcuor, and that they will loyally abide pioneers of the West, one who had. cities sroiv, and become centres importance, be felt that he hat! to the -terms of thc agreement arriv- ed at. We have carried-out otir part to the learned some things about jidmims'ter- Mr. .Low's majority on Sept. 21st ing the affairs ot a city. ia Iil9. Since coming to Letlibridge he bad -----_--------------_ -'taken iin active part, in tbe a-ffairs of'the" cHy.-through Board of- Trade, the Society, and for term on the city council. He Ins- reply a.lnuUcd ihat.' piu.tment o[ f M. been violated, but the Liberals hail cnt y fnllon from thpir an, o gono accession lo poivcr rapidlv Todaj it was irtinitted e Sifton unluav policy ing part of the spicch did Af. Jut- iliout a m the LiberM i-hell Inmsilf m Rood mils m hit. address zl- 1 not Tor thc new rnlUtU nolicy footing as the inside, miller, n com- frotli the ,hronc mission, thus securing permanency Ilia progrmn set forth "hi th.c speech employment on fitness and- tiun. L The Ex-Premier Sir Wilfrid Laiiricr; said that Bordcn was Kouml not in practice. lie sjihl iliat HoberL Patterson and W.-P. Puffer followed, lhc HtUr claiming that the the kOtLrmncnt uoild de- feu ted. thai be, Uio fict oi trouble in is now urtuilh over 'lodaj's after- farmers ol Ins cniisLitucncr (noon sitting hhowert Tienncr Silton !K- irrntfifi rniKt hf jm tei of pro- On three occasions in con- ly treated thc especially the C.N.R. Ikirold somouhil imfor- opinion for many years that tlic' position of ;i civil suu- vaiii Khoiiid he jJcriiiain-nt so long as 'THIRD DEGREE" METHODS DESCRIBED AS ABOMINABLE oil-Mined his platform, as already out- to get a confession -from the prisoner.' It is likely that a charge will be latd' jeforc the chief constable. Crown Attorney Corley characterized such iciion an abominable but expressed loubts about it. The prieoner was charged with' thc theft of a suit of .the'approval of.thc majprftyLof-the-ratepayers and be for the advancement of. Lcth'bridge.. David. King docs not take an active part, in politics. That rule was adopted in ami he wasf-of the opinion that the Liberal; administration had then jive up to it. He hail reason to itelievo' -that the present; government had in Ins nniiien cfloi t, >the to nuki political capital 0iiL of the dtith of his prede- cessor in Gl ichen irriigning thp governnifint at Idigtli hw-.ause .the re- grot-table eunt lomul no mtntion in the "sppct.1 A rehufE ms G. IT to he a ccduio nection uitn the passage oi tion to monev on the credit of llit pro mcc fiiri the opposition nifmhers take to the pm- hut m each tnse did they sit down in disconnpit, admitting tho premier was correct and thej wrong. The resolution, which ,was followed Smith who a bi'l foi the horiowing of the former sntaker of of which1 witliout inquiry and without a state- as of tht possible taste The ment .of any kind. member for Camiosc spoke rffecthelj Short- ,fr. in suppoit of the flir. Bordcn_: "Do you know of any! for roads nnd lirirt'es. for. telephones Not all the tclcthone (Continued 01 Sir Wilfrid "T The leader of the opposition con- tinual, saymg that he had ;i good ilcal of sympathy'for (lie premier. David., King, another of the mayor- seefcWS: had dcfioended upon him aspirants took the floor next, and locusfs Qf _ P THE MAURETANIA AFLOAT AGAIN Liverpool, Dec. Cunard Lin- or Mairretania, which wont aground near Dinslo .during a Btorm last nighl, was floated this morning. went rnther fiilly Into his plat-form. Among other tilings he mehtlonod the Tact -yint a''new filtration plant, aeein- fid to be one of the needs of the city, "iivolving an expense of If the system first put In hod been a proper one, the city would have been spared this expense. things AiifMrT Cliillnrl iW. UUUHL1 Ottawa. Dec. emphatic "not sln'B liotlid he closely watched by the. com] ell. 'He also took no the question of conihinliiK'the offices of city trcasur- "r a'lrl hav'ns ivice at hand at all times for reference the council board. mil TV He Answered lhat North Letli- uU'Ll I britei! should have two members, as .they one-third of the pop- I illation. He spent fiome tiijie dlsctiB- question of city 'labor, and juilty" was the reply from .1, A. our farmers poaltif ralsen In lie'gave last night at of Hull, as "bo eto'od" befor these annual exhibitions. The .ing in nonald' Gimn In 'county dent and secr.tary society, A., stated that If elected he'would see to it that every, contract or cHy work shouW contain1 a fair wage clause, and had spoken R. Mtrr. and. J. H.rwooo: respect- -t was past Iveiy, are to be eongratuliieil on ...cces, wbich efforts hel" In bringing' the seed and poultry Wlth "nsbated interest for .15 to M creditable, an. 3S he a few of the wont of the product. The bazaar or sale of work beld by f, fundamental principles ot the smzlo' today, charged with Derformint- an "il- alao that it a contract, or any part legal operation upon Mrs. Rose For- thc contract was the enh guson of Carleton Race, hi Ottawa-on contractor should also Insert the Oct. IS last. The worann In thn wit- Enme clnut'o; A preference to tU repmliated tha evidence she hud employment of local Isbor for city con- Ho admitted thai lie could not he frco froin ihom1, cyon'al lunch time. Mi. Ilordrn "Thuy were not office l Sir Wilfrid Uinricr.1 contended that vlicre had hcon .dismissals1 (or which ilicre he no possiblo jnstilica- tion. 'I'he iiouse atljoiinicd'at fi o'clock. CONTRACTOR HAD OATALFALL Saskatoon. Dec. three s.tories. a distance oMlfty feel to the cement floor'of the basement of the oT PRES. GOMPERS IS SHADOWED UNITED STATES DETECTIVES ON TRAIL OF THE LABOR LEADER Indianapolis, Ind., Dec, 7rr-That the federal government has been watch- ing cloeeiy the movements of.Samuel CJompors, president of the American Federation of Labor, was made known here lant night -when U. Diatrict OPEN AIR RINKS FOR THE KIDDIES OR GALBRAITK MAK1I9 SUOOI8- TION TO SCHOOL THE FUEL TENDERS At last niiht's meeting, of the School Board the tenders for the supply for the schools for Uie wlntei opened The follovlug tenders had been rer-ehed the eecretmry: John Drodle, (450 per. ton; New- Barnes mine. James Ashcroft, M.2B; 11 "iz and Pear- OH-9I Attorney Jliller told of a socret Wash- ington conf.renc, hald .between the later head and Prosecutor Baker of of the contrsot 6pM, meeting on Dec. 13. about the time 'the county official! ,were attempting to prevent tho Ted- cral authorities from gaining wanes- ot the books and records, obtain- ed In a raid Rt thc offices of