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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume-III..' SIXTEEN PAGES Jdtfe; Alta., Friday, .December 9; 1910.; 7 Number 305; Shall Qsteopathists be Allowed to Practice in Alberta Prominent Hosmer Man Is Shot at His Friend's Home Japanese, Thinks War :'is Very Probabfe shooting Season Not be Changed STATEMENTS BY MAYORiMMS AND T. S. MACKENf IE 'PUTTING TOBACCO ON LIST OF.PURE FOODS AMENDMENTTOACT Charge As- sociation is a Corporation j Edmonton, Dec. is ostep-j and .should osteopaths be. 'classed .with medical men, and-should they "be allowed.'to practice in .the i p-ro'viace wider the'Medical Associa- tion Act, and'is the Medical Associ- monopoly as chartered by tho legislature? Several members were, there yester-j day when the sccorrd reading was call- ed "for the .amendment to the Medical 'Association Act, allowing osteopaths to practice un-der that act, was brought- attempted to tell the legislature what they.kivew'of osteo- pathy an general and osteopaths and 'their relation, to the science of medicine in particular. house heard, hours! of discussion ".on the question -when they, were endeavoring-. decide whc- ,1-her-. "should .be allowed. to bring, osteopaths -.the-" Medicair- and ,cJass_ 'tiiem-Avith, those-who 'dH tn'siiicme.'' Osteoj .Washington, Dec. Sena- tor Taylor Introduced a bill today to extend .the 'pro visions of the pure food law to tdbac- {CQ so -as to prevent ..the; mis- labelling or branding of do- mestic tobaccos so that they cannot sold imported artile, It also -seeks to pro- hlbit the "adulteration of" to-" bacco with .any or', deleterious, compounds. MEN WALKED OUT FROM psis IN AS Taber S c e n e o f B i g Pisappeararice in Frank which' Has Been Successful Administrator-Net; a_ Babe Mr; Mackeri- morning 'by Strike of Coal Miners FIVE HUNDRED OlS Poor'Ventilation in Mine V Dec. miners at the big mine, the Canada Co., jare out .on strike. There are between- Tour and five hundred, of them and tneir complaint is'that the.air in .the B very, MRS. Opposition, tb: Shortening the' Dizcfe Hunting accident of'. a _ happened at the; shaft'this tnqmrgg. A-nre KLCQRD MADE Heathcock, went into tlie'120 it 3 this morning to his. inspectiohj-.and-he has-not is" supposed tha-t when, going. Jos, -rounds. of a "place and hurled (the; unioftunat'e .-man into one oi the him..-, When he dld.'ljnot turn up to -report- this morning, the' officials of the inine Conir mifeerEstimates Pre- ;sehted: Today j s o e mne amendment tecarfle alarmed: A- search was made.1 "u-t and underspend some of the search .ers Came cap ol the missing man'on the tops of one oi the chutes. to; the' Alberta" which, clian- es the date of 'the 'opening; :pf the duck '-District 'district', officials a alternoon :to.. consider the New York, ing to the the, will of JJirs. Mary "'Baker G-. Eddy leaves practically" .the of her "estate .'to the' Christian. Science.-'church, M.. ol NJH.. a re- lative, is named -as. adminis-' trator acording: to the-'.; Post -Not a is- is 'to George or. -4." Jflddy, son. and .adopted son re- Mrs.'. Ed'dy, Radicals .Z. medical -science- and --the Jileaical .-oi-'-'Aibcrta- should -not be ,v Sir. MacJoenZrie-' state'C'Very" modcstr "corporation }v> that.- he. seeing !th'at' the those Jractip osteopathy; (Continued on page OUt tnOSC -TOIO That'is th.2 stand, which those mem-; n hers took who: supported the bill. imark he maue ia Reding s The'bill was- introduced, by L. M.-Hast with'reference to-his "'in- Robcrts.. High Rvwr. who moved the fancy" in -municipal. .aSairs, that-he svcor-d-reading. J." R. Foylc imroeiii-.-felt it a.s well to let theni howl along ately arose bill, saying these lines because, when they., were he did not 'agree that osteopaths doing this they could .do should be allowed to practice .-The fact of "the matter is, say s-- Mr.- the Medical Act. If the. Medical .Act .Mackenzie, I have handled" larger, pro- mean fc anything, .it meant that a positions than, the'Mayorship'of.Leth- Etandarfl "for-medical men had been bridge. set and that standard should ad- iered to. Roberts in support cha'rg'e'd that ths regulations of the Medical; Act were too strict, that all the osteopaths wantr-d was to be allowed to prac- tice their method -of treatment, and to ha-ng out a sign for which action at present they werc'liablc to _arrest. Dr. Campbell opposed the'bill on the grounds that it was an'absurd measure in that it did not define os- teopaths.' Malcolm McKeazie also opposed the bill. Chas. O'Brien, Socialist, made one oc the best- speeches of his career in the house, in which he charged that the Medical Association was a mon- opoly, that it- was not successfully dealing with disease in the country. And he quoted many Lad stated that the'practics'o: medi- cine was not the only means oi re- lieving suffering. Me supported the bill because he believed it was in the interests of public health, that this mode of treatment should be allowed Statment riairta temined of -oo. -page resent them -another tetarfi-I-- "favor of -extending light.; .an'd The mine has been, putting bin consequently received its sec- identity-of his bride. oiui reading. j ___________ __ The bill respecting the Baptist un- j ion. was also passed a second time, i CANADIANS IN NEW YORK 'The third readings were given PROMOTE RECIPROCAL TRADE 'YW.C.'i., Edmonton, Calgary Y.W. i -Xew'York, Dec. Canadian bill respecting the raisrng of j society of New York is "doing good jloaii? ;uithori7-ed by the'legislature. work toward bringing about closer ,T3ie hill I" amend the school ordhi- lrade relations between the United! ; assessment and school grams rstateg Canada. At recent din.j and the hih respecting beet nAV hAW n _J susr.'ir bonus, and the Great bill. GOING HOME FOR CHRISTMAS St. John, N. B.. a very, Won at Dry Congress, Spokane Dec. llacleod Board ol Trade and the Macleod Agri- cultural Society are together holding an "At Home" and banquet in the town, hall tomorrow night to celebrate the event of Macleod the remarkable snowing at the Dry Farming Congress at Spokane this year. During the evening "3. Stevens, provincial com- missioner of live stock, of Edmonton, representing the department of agri- culture of Alberta, and Supt W. U. of the Lethbridge experi- mental farms, will deliver addresses and the formal presentation of prizes to the successful exhibitors will take Verdict" inVCase' of JoKn at ''.Nest; Fer'nie, rDec. Openshaw, an Englishman, thirty-eight years- old; was instantly killed.' "in. the freight j yards-at Crow's Ngst, day before yes terday, A car-loaded-with- lumber, under which he was working, was shunted ovc-r him. ,oive truck passing over'his body, crushing1 him- l.a'lly. Coroner Murphy Michel.- was calfod to the place- and held aii in- quest, yesterday, the jury rcturamg a verdict of accidental, death. The louy was brought to Fernie. this morning, and is now in Thompson's undenak- ing parlors, beirip; 'prepared for ship- ment to his former hdme'in where ,i wife and "family of >ix c-hil- dred reside." Openshaw lived brother at f sewer to all parts -of. the 'city; S'tqrhi sewer and, paying, onlm'ain laying of .street car "at 'the time 'of paving. I anx getting'' jnfbr- matioh on the storage; "Battery, I am in- Isibn form of government, .the: sibility being .on too many -heads, un- der the present 'system. .My 'whole time and energy will- be given to build ing a- bigger and 'better ,'E. ADAMS'." once, too 'tried; 'often. they, out They must, make JLxDndon, Dec. ,Lloyoi-Ceorge, speaking at Wrexham, asked -if the ,rrn to- -of abolition' of -the Veto JLords. dis-estabiishment.of the 'WfelsaV; cnurcli, maintenance :of ".free sell: government for aibblatf of plural .voting..': This, is an 'anipitioiis' programme 'but one pessimistic say that. English politics; ar% in. .the, hands -wobbly, leaders I'allen on-the party.- :-Tiiey see nothing wrecfc since A'acillating -Balfour -has permit- ted .the wing: held'? cteck for decades by. strong Disraeli and. Salisbury. to 'eoine to, :the tr.ont. But that is not .the" TH.ese radicals teU yon, made of straw, that, he is -actual collusion with Balfour. nedging. Otherwise he'. should- have smasnec! right through- Tv-ith- -'liis pro- gramme without the present' appeal .to 'the country. The people voting- this time -are doing so not be- cause of the cabinet's strength, but I despite its FLOODS ?N PO.RTUGAL Oporto, Portugal, Dec. are Heavy floods in northern Portugal. The South Sea river, normally a mo- dest stream, is now a raging torrent. large number of people are on t.heirJ ?lace-- There will also be 2. progra tariff was going to do 'so much for in- dustries, how was it that the greatest' Two Exceptlons centres of industry were voting. con- sistently against it? There was onlv These critics except from one exception, that of Birmingham, wnich was loyal to Joseph Chamber- Uain. thirty-six feet deep.' The pure water supply of the city is threatened. Tvay to the old country to spend Christmas at home, the number leav- ing England to spend the holidays on tnis side of the Atlantic is not smjlll. About 3000 new comers are en route to St. John in four steamers. The num- iiow enroute home, including those to sail on the Allan liner Victorian today, is in five steamers. The Allan turbiner Victorian sailed today with about 1300. 'of the best local talent, which should make the evening a 'most pleasant one. W. H. Jeffery. who had. charge of BUILD MONSTER ESSEL CHOLERA SITUATION IS BAD JN WADERtA Lisbon, Dec. from Fim- ciial state ruat the situation growing the Macleod exhibit at Spokane, has out of the cholera epidemic is serious very artistically decorated the Maderia. Cholcrr. caser. The tariff reform victory there was a- personal one. British international trade eoualled ihat nf France. Ger- niany, United States, Russia, Spain. ItaJy. Greece and Japan. He said "that tne government felt certain that they could make the Parliament Bill Jaw so soon as they returned to the-house of commons. almost immediate oblivion, only two of the present cabinet, .'Grey because of iris of the R. T. Barker dry goods store, with tlie prizes and exhibits, were brought back from Sno- occur daily. The food supply is run- ning siiort. gunboat Seaire despatched to the island carry- kane.. The names of the successful j ing troops and medicine. Liverpool, Dec. -The Cunard ADMIT MEAT FREE j ner held at Delmonk-o's a letter j read from James J. Hill, the twentieth century pj-opnet on commercial condi- bteamsniP Co. has placed a contract tions, in which he thought, the require- iwittl Brown and Co.r Clydebank, Washington. Dec. ments of both countries demanded re-1 Scotland, for a new liner for the New- :Kcrns has cabled the state depart- ciprocal trade. The feeling .seemed j York service. She will be S85 'feet went from Vienna that owing to the 'to be growing that-there should not (long with a net displacement of tons and a speed! ol about LT. knots, witli accommodation for 650 first .ed a resolution admitting free of du- j i-denUcal and it is folly to insist on a j class, 740 second class and C-JO-J steer-1 transoceanic meats as long as tlie j policy of which only j age passengers. She will be the long-1 increased cost of livjng in Austria! be an international .boundary as the Austrian government has adopt- j aims and ideals of both countries are competitors are attached to each ar- j ticle and pictures of the exhibits of Maieod and other districts are aiso displayed in these windows, making tne whole affair quite an attraction. STATION TO BE BUILT AT CHICAGO 30BL lairness and Churchill- because" of his- youtli.- Lloyd-George is a.light they say, with a fictitious in. public life, a reputation like others made by newspapers. The passing away of the power the clergy with their "bless children and be content with your lot." is producing a new generation, which is determined now to secure fpr the first time real rAprpcpiUaHT-i? government. The politicians don't j realize yet but iron has entered into Miiner's Complaint Speaking af, Salisbury. Lord complained of the apathy, of the elec-K liave encountered infrequently. As .-onue but admitted ttof. there. to a coirespondent to some justice in the ministerial Cllronicle toflay says England is .a peer ridden nation ot" sycophants. and fncrotums. 'as much power. imionists were not tlie and the parson as ,u orrect. a.Change.of govern-1tnree nimdred years ago, and is to be plaint House of Lords wusj impoteai when the Tories were mcnt but he urged 'even- move should onlv by Scotland and Wales. be straightened in the fight' for fun-; Kcdmond'last nigat expressed oamemal institutions of country and real popular freedom. therefor exists. Jti arts tne consumer.' jest vessel in the ,world.; I.T. 4 Chicago.. Dec. three months five railroads no'w using the union station probably will unite in' a joint petition for a permit to build a passenger station costing approximately twenty-five mil- lion dollars. Five years will be required to complete tho structure. j Orleans. Dec. to f! reports received iho well-to-do of Puerto and Oiba, v Kov.duras. art: icavinj? thof-.c places expressed Molcnce tlirit tne veto bill W0uld- bo mmediately passed Ireland- His Father's Son i nave home rule before we know where' Speaking at Old Drury, Ausren j we are. The Lords might, be recalcit- Charaberiain said he became a tariff j ran r. he said, and delay the home rule reformer nol. on account of the con- j measure for two or three years, but Hr ar.ri thi: former prc-jcUtion of English trade but bccausej'jiis prediction was that-they would'. sinent. is scckinji to overthrow the j representatives of great nations sro'.v-J immediately come to terms. It'-is'a "v.vcrnincnt, ar.a nn may oc- png np under the British feat, says Liberal papers. eur_at any lime, uoin.a was tnised !ffie oreans. saw Jn' .ol'i to up in tho three years arr- vt-ry-vigilant, iowcc' to land i-hf port signw! by th war T v T i ai the port- o; tor any party to win an election the easiest way to closer un-iunaes nmning. The Westminster Ga-" n no person wished to advance Uerte' compares the' methods the a pass-IRlous' tlm ;liuj if Brirahr j Lords and Tories 10 famous shock Honduras' consul Hoincd then- they offertd iis prcfere'a- j tactics by which Bismarck conn fed'' on entry into iheir markets. .wearyinc the German democracy. ;