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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald (Volume IV..' Alberta, Friday, December 303 r.M.C.A. DOING FINE WORK ABROAD IE. T. Golton Addressed Local Directors at Luncheon GENEROUS GIFTS IPeople Lavish in Giving Toward Need of Work Mr. LO- T. Colion, ussoaiixtL'tl wiMi 'John -It'. in UK: Foreign CANADA HAD A GOOD DELEGATION THIS COUNTRY OFFICIALLY REC- OGNIZED AT NATIONAL IRRI- GATION CONGRESS Doc. recosnl- lion has bocjii made by tin; National lr- rlliiitlon ConsrosB now In sesimi In Clilcngo of Hie vlKltlug delegation (torn iho Western CaimdUui Irrlgiition A-JSO- clalion, and -today the lion. W; S. Koss Minister of I.auils for llritlsli Colum- bia, and president of tbe Western Cmi- aUlun' Irrigation Co., addressed tlio convention at lenyth. He was follow- DEMONSTRATION FARMS WERE BOUGHT AT VERY REASONABLE PRICE BY ALBERTA Hon. Duncan Marshall Gave Opposition lore Information Than They Creek's Statesman Criticises Speech From the Cornwall Speaks Next Edmonton, Dec. reception at'lions v.'ith rcti-rcacc to tin- new ex- and S57 an acre; Athabasca Landing His government house was tin- rcascri Pcrimcnt-.il Tlrac were cale- SI an acre from the Dominion' gov- WAS CRUSHED of a short sitting legislature. ed by K. II. Campbell, superintendent! this aftcrnccn. The hour and half U1C' of thc Forestry and Irrluatlon branch-1 sciis-ition-'' CB of the Department of the Interior nt I oi 320 acres, half of Ottawa while a representative of .the al incident. After (lie answering of a fr0m A. M. Nnntoii, al Sir UNDER TRAIN ARTHUR OAVIS' LIFE LOST OWING 'TO A HEAVY WIND STORM lu connection will, the, tragic death of Arthur Davis, published In hist ht's Herald, It was further learned that his life was Instantly crushed out by a -train of freight cars attached to engine No. 2301 In charge of lOn glnecr Sinclair and Fireman Wash brook. The deceased was on his i> eminent. ,way towards the roundhouse, walkinn Thc superintendents appointed w'crc: westwards on the trades. A high ,1 W. Ureckeu, 11. W. Scott and wind and dust storm was blowing' a! I CIc-iiKnt, each of whom -had extend- the time and young Davis In order experience in similar work. None to protect himsell', wag walking with Dominion Government, in -the person'iiumhcr o! questions by members of an aero and" half from "'W iT-Vcnue-produo- his head lowered. The freight train Mr. Day, attached to the Gnclph AB-1 and advancing of scv- cher at an acre, lie also gave ing this'year, but would -be next, was baching up the same track rlcultural College, concluded tne names o! tho firms from whom toruuon session. eral hills, the debate on the addresrs towards him, and the deceased seem The foreign delegates, among whom I was re.s were'Included the Canadian Irrigation Association's representation, occupied supplies, were bonEIit anil .said the Mr. Kuthcrford hud a question "re- i'My.'owing (o the wind and dual, did not hoar or see the approach of I was turned by .Into, Kcmmis, ol garding edueationa woHc on the or- the "PProaeh o, uorh "ad neon in 11.1; uuoi. I uicii- h a the train, which came upon him with- Piachei- (.reek, who made an mn m[ ,iy hut jn del- paper, but said lhe speech of Mr. 0-ul ,va-rnlng witl, tho bcfole seats on Hie platform tills afternoon during thc proceedings. At a luncheon by the Chic i e- speech, moderate in its tone, of an hour ami u duration. ordinary as any iarjncr Mitchell yesterday had given a satis- stated. The body was horribly mnng would buy. Sir. Marshall turiher factory answer. lne shllli crushed in nnd I h( td'oirtimnt of tiu delnilL was st trti tl at wire suuitd The amcndmeiit to the herd act to the brains da-shed ou-t, coupled with Work of !the 'Inlernatiunal Committee At-jociation of Commerce, in thc La] ln lx Ciiinwill of I'HL con-.il ral h the i ill I puce, provide for extending the time Ot pro- broken limbs aml_ other bodily Injur of llieYMt' i and Mr If Sav-jsalie Hptel today, the opening reply Hiui Mi oiuw ill who list M u tin flames Ilns Inoiifcht a hibition lor stock at large this year Fireman Washbrook could not n-iiveliinn -jccrelary for'10 tho of wulcomo pncn is (in of tl i foiemost msuitent pirttst f 0111 Mr li j was passed and will he assented to llgnt llls i., would liKt to kmn if OIL nun- '.by the Liout.'-Govornor. It gives the ,t 'estimated 'that "the'1 a ain is pcrmittLd lo furlhir government power by ordei-in-coiincil WKS nt'tho rato ot abollt than is for in these l" 'ale action where, residents irake four an ,lnll ijad onl> 'to the address of welcome ilic Hon. Mr. lloss. In addition to 11 unl unloisc t'l il eflttHs at a muirtioiied fion pol of die idnilnl tutu) i nt noon today in lhe Canada tho -Western Canadian 1111151 muti0n Iwitdie i hill to lY.M.C.A. Mr. Ccllou save a.remafk- intoinoiit tin l-inuh Morlti Canada, were I luncheon give the association in Canada and the ld, 8uperiiiteiident ol ne Don I ,1 raited Stales, nmUalso in loreign illinn Experimental Farm at Lath- "f. amid la'i; brldse. and Norman S. Rankin per- Hai t .Nichol. II 1 O Si in L I) lands. Mr. Lolton sam the VM.L.A. c D s ULS II lit 1OllWl Iliad i25. seccelai'ic-s in yevuntuon adinn Jrrigtttion Association questions lie Do ti to amid much taKe action where, residents request. Pincher .Creek, Statesman ski'd Mr. co trnmi-nt b ip- gone about one hundred yards when the'accident occurred. Coroner Hig- l'j Mr. Kemmis in resuming till: debate inbotham after viewing the remains on tire address complained tliat the wired the fill! particulars to the At- speech from the throne did not fully torney General, whose'instructions he nil I! M hiu of protest against tlit1 awaits. The remains wore taken Price of the .Farms i a; by Underlakei !as I'" lia'Uaasf.teUS-MlftwjrBinher. Davis o( No Noith To lift b: Vi Kiither- lie reprcsfihted one of the oldest, dis- Wardj ]8 an Ot the deceased; had who lived with his mother, nearby the undfertakun it >VoKern Canada IrrigaUou of Soci Iliy tlio. regular missionary I more particularly tiie commercial, and official classes. The pre- I sent programme calls for the erection I 01 about sixty- new in these I foreign lands and the sending, out of I lifty in 10it and 11312. A :Iund of'two million dollats I for building purpososWas initiated at J the White House one year ago when I two hundred of the leading citizens of 1 Canada and the United States came together to consider the immediate, ing summer at Kelowna, B.C; MR. BLANK HAS A GOOD REASON formation asked ior by slating that wick free from C.P.I! m ill1 on S id recent hye-eiccUons were but a who was a personal friend of___________.___.__________ __ least of whal-iv'a.s1 to.comc -t0 the gov- hail temporarily taken over the __ __ ...I'eople. were discontented work ol provincial treasurer, as Mr i Mill fTPf! The -shadow'- rAK jUW lift I W I" McUod had -situui b'foro liLlB IB I. I jjll behind the speech was -direct taxa- UK! CUinCWrt house met and ii. would require more i m He claimed the farmers should UlYt Illj of tho premier's time to instruct a riflTn. A he consulted before the; location ..of! FREE WHEAT' WOULD MUCK TO WESTERN FARMERS ILLUSTRATION new 0'iicial than to' do the work him self. Mr. Reid had refused to accept MEAN salary, but ho would endeavor to get him to accept his actual expens- es. Mr. Karmcr's -Job -Mr, Samuel Blank, of bum necessities. This fund has now been 'thc city and 1 completed; In tlio raising of -this aDlollg Otiiol- things he said that in his: fund it may be mentioned that the opinion reciprocity is not a dead issue.' directors and friends of the Montreal In fact, he believes, that it will be a Itssociation.gave for a build- jlive issue at the next Dominion elec- in Canton.. Toronto give 'tions. His reasons are braed :on hard for an.Tndia building, wiiile A7alicou- facts, 'too. Tiie I'lX-inier in reply to a question hy Mr. Rik-y, said W. J. Ilarmcr- was in the employ of the Badlv Injured sho1 as assistant telephone supcrintmdcnt., Uduiy nijuieu trunk roads was decided- upon. He criticizctl the. Premier .for, not having disclosed his -j'a'ilway policy at an earlier stayc. Mmrihers.- were brought to .tho hiuso with no knmvledge of what they were to he asltccl to sup- port. The-ibycrmncnt slipiild not tic WILL TELL COMMITriTEE ALL HE KNOWS'ABOUT STEEL TRUST New York, Dec. foi John Rockefeller and hnnw.ll the lo nuy one railway.- company hut Frederick D. Giiteb, toila} nnouucul He was .appointed in May, a year salary, sincc; bt'en When Engine Ran Into Caboose iiild -assist-all that-arc willing lo would in due tune reph invitation of Uiaiunan SI u to appear trefoil- the to THIS SPEAKER MUST BE A DANDY Four Liberals are Thrown Out of State Parlia- ment PERSONAL SPITE Man in Chair a Political Renegade-Wild Tumult Sydney. Australia, Dec. were wild scenes of disorder and ex- citement enacted on the floor .of tiie itate parliament of New South Wales at Sydney today due to drastic meth- ods employed by Speaker ward'a number of Liberal members. Speaker .Willis who was elected to he legl-s'iature as a Liberal and at- lined the speakership by deserting ils own party and crossing the floor ot .lie house to the Labor side, that party in power. Today under ;-his orders four Liberal members, were 'orcibly removed .from the chamber by the police. The trouble started hen Wood, an .ex-minister .who. wish- ed to make an explanation, wag-order- ed to desist, but persisted .until four bles twisted his hands behind lis 'back and rushed 'him out amid ceneB of great tumult. Followingi his the member for Namoi called the iiemher -for a with l ronj, prefix attached to it The lat- er protested. "Remove cried the speaker, and straight away the order was cur- led out On the ground of interrupt- ng business be had the membei for Paramatta removed becatrse he asketl ho to tbe memben 01 Namoi for using.unparliamentary anfiuage. For the same re-won he ousted the member foi Middle Har- bor This ended the excitement as no other Liberal member appeared willing to be a sacrifice and tho scene ended bv the membei for Na mo! apologizing. ADDRESSED STUDENTS "OF ROBERTSON COULEGE btiathcona Alta Dec 8 Governor Brown of they should-be forced to live -up -to; trefoil, the commit their contract: Speaking of the claim of thc Of lompunj with Dr R B Wells TJd that Liberals in the past had been in wlljcn js investigating the U S monton lunched >esterday with tbe the Canadian West arc being asked to i in providing the remainder. A I few .have-already been provided lor by I while others not being le to take the whole budget; which amounts to J2.000 arc unking their gifts to make possible tho support -of I their own representatives. Tiie wh0le ultimate aim .of this is lo simply plant file in the great cen- tres in Government and Commerce and develop in them the right ideals and principles, thus placing our North American experience at the ser- vice of the forces of morality and re- ligion The associations in these foreign, cities must support For example, North Am- erica maintained three foreign sccre- uiries in Calcutta last year at an ex- pense of between and wliilc the Calcutta Hoard of Direc- tors raised locally for current duty, and the freight charges, and still make twelve -and a half cents more than by selling at. home. His and in 1911, "a caboose on lhe C.N'.R. line experiment netted him ?125 which heL'he government had.no otTicial considers very good business. near did not believe Mr. Uordim should crt jn Ulc mc properties, and reference to (lie recent census Melioni lasi winter, lie had goiic give control'of resources to the pro- in ]lis testimony befott. tile lohl ex-Premier that out to help dig out a vince with iw i prcsjnt government I.conidas Mcmtt chaig d LORD GREY HONORED tor of law of the university of Cam- the ,'jublic orator in fiis Latin oration siiylng he great'y- distin- guished himself as governor .general of Canada, Lord Rothschilds was similarly honored. DEPRIVE CARTAGE MEN OF BUSINESS WILL CONSTRUCT ST. JOHN VALLEY BOAO St John N B Deo Premier" tliat the con- _________ of the St- proved, unsatisfactory, representations Soon after an struck the which none of tuc of tho l 'T bridges over the Sr John and Kchne ing tec isis livers amounting to over a mi( lion dollais, will fall upon tho prov- ince. Construction work will bo begun in tho spring, and it ia intimated thai the traffic of the Grand. Trunk des- tined for St. John wil come over this line from points near Frederictoii. This will greatly Increase tho import, anco of the line, which will bo operat- ed as a part of the Intercolonial Rail- will open up -the finest, chard region, in the province. the goveriili.vnt tin chuns ol C ,1 C. P. R. public opposition '-o the revolutionary I longer to olfor their services, ar, niinn eary roliege to is t mi change'-proposed, Ilio writer will iiii-jbcrs of councils, that' unscrupulous versity, with power to confer tho Canadian Paciii( del-take, -Uirough tlio medium of. thcJpoliliciaiis and ward bosses had con- nm-s a delegation ot piomineni citl steamer for the Pacific n preas, I0 present, as he sees it, of the civic lhat cor- zi'lis nrrivwl ill the ClU lodn 111 argument against comniisslou govern- inent. ruption, inefllcieimy .and extravn- ,-idi Kance characterized the administra- lllnw .1 NEW SHIP IS NEAR1NO VICTORIA Montreal, Dec. Princess Alice, the Canadian Pacific company's ;oast service is expected-to arrive at Victoria early consists of I M ibis week. The Princess was last allies .Short Or S Bn in, T reported at Callao and is now on the In the lirsi liMce may he said, (ion of affnfrs. Will anyone say that s skinner C II. Hcillv and Dr. leg of her long trip around the in general, that-die advocates of any Sueh e. sil.lation exists jr. LethbridgeV .Horn. change should siiow why the change !ijoc-., ,not the present contest show I I The now steamer was built in Orcat. is necessary -or tai-ralde. -In the many of our best citizens are f nrilaiu. leaving there for S.' cities, where commission govern ducwl by i.. SI. Roberts, of High .j AWFUL CATASTROPHE willing to devote their time and en- freely to thc services of the jelly? Has tho admlnirtration fallen i "-'frctl-, of Hanff, lhe hands of a corrupt or pur- ol "ll! legislative commiltco of the same-f.riu last year. She is equip- Is there marked the Alberta Medical Council, arrived with nil tho most modern-.con- Sept. 22nd. Thn Princess Alice to the Princes Ade' is a sister ship idii which made Dec. 5.-12 to- (orm of government. Tho writer Volga riVer through the col St. Petersburg, Dec. tween tell and -00 workmen can ha given to -these tliore today plunged into the is no urgent need for any .change In our fonn irt civic government. all liii-se Mnes. Mr. In u. reserve ease ami pros and cons are In pub- ;.l trllliiic. U.ii'u irldrr.v; v.as listened lo argue before lhe Supremo; Conri lie debate Ihn- finblle opln- iHu.in-.i'on l-Vb. 'ion i-j created, in democra-ite com- far liovo 'been .recovered. I extravagance or Inefficiency any- in tiie city today. Dr. Broil; is in- venlonceri for tile comfart and safety I where? Until nn. aflirniativo answer tcresled In the. bill lo amend the of the medical profession act introduced by: A despatch from tho head of the Dr. Campbell ot Ponotn. Lakc3 innt 0. Schapiy, president otrrtiic Albct- fan ta Commercial Travellers associa- tion, and J. A. Litimcr, member of the executive committee, arrived iis lhe city-also Monday. They are in the hill to incorporate tho sc-lvos In of straight commis- Bi'in evidently intend.to abolish the (Continued on 'page Attn-rhi I'ominercinl. Trnv'ellofs' As- new coal handling plant at Fort Wil- liam. No figures' in regard to the Blzo the plant, have been given out as yot hut Lt is stated tliat. it will be ri. big ono. Tti thla connection fwverfll, large contract's for machlnory hava rcconMy betMi let by tho'Catmdian clflc ;