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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME Itfia CENTS Number 1 STREET CARS ON THIRTEENTH STREET HANG IN THE BALANCE tl DEW FOR Laurier Will Move Amencimeri and Precipitate Lengthy De bate in Commons DONT OBJECT To Emergency Vote So Much as the Change in Relations 1 held s second caucus this morning to con sider the policy to be adopted in re gard to the governments naval pro It broke up at twelve Members stated that the decision reached at the first caucus to sub mit an amendment to the govern ments proposal was unanimously Ageneral outline of the amendment was but it was left to Sir Wilfrid and the exministers to make a final draft of it to be submitted to the consid eration of the The amendment will declare in fa vor of the principle of a Canadian navy and incidentally condemn Pre mier Uordens plan in its present It is likely that it will be made public until Sir Wilfrid sub mits it to the house on conclusion of his is that the op position during the course of the debate will not take exception an emergency gift so much as they will object to the alleged departure from thelong standing relation which eifc ists between Canada and the mother No decision as to how far the its pro posed amendment Kill be arrived Magistrate Elton Making Law Breaking an Ex pensive Past Time WOMEN NOTIFIED MCLEAN One of Canadas Board of Railway Commissioners it is until Christmas They say want to sec how the governments Tiroposal strikes the country sis For that reason the debate will not be allowed to reach a conclusion before Christmas Subse to the caucus this morning Liberal met in Sir Wilfrid Laiiriers office to consider the form the proposed amendment will Australia Has a Very Helpful Policy New ton agentgeneral of Western speaking said that the tendency of Canadas contributory naval policy easily be to re Red Light District Will No Longer be Tolerated in Lethbridge Old London Will Place Its Best at Disposal of Delegates HOPEFUL FEELING War SpectreiMay be Driven From Europe for Years to Gome first peace here today for the TurcoHalkan conference which will The segregated area is doomed as the edict has now gone The new police court room with its ap pearance of legal dignity was taxed JamesPalace next to its capacity this morning by an It Is now as the audience composed mainly of in1 despatches already have keepers and frequenters of j that the delegates will be received houses of illfame who were gathered j by King and among the en in by the police late last The j tertainments for them will lie a ban majority of the cases coming tciorc at the Guild given by the Magistrate Elton put in a plea of tht Board of Rul Commlsilohers tor Canada of Kier Hardie In Inquisitive Mood with the Australias1 local naval scheme enlisted right there in AiiBtra lia sympathy anil actual coou t the Imperial which was more mere ft could ever ft WORST STORM ON RECORD Tort tit the worst storms in lake marine history raged 011 Lake Superior yester SEND A LUMBER MERCHANT There has been considerable speculation since Premier Borden made his naval announcement as to who would go to England as Can adian representative on the Imperial Defence The general impression at Ot tawa Is that 1erley will be the HAS BEEN APPOINTED COLONEL SUPPLY TRANSPORT CORPS OF INDIAN ARMY Lord Practically all the state rooms at One man when asked o plead to i will be placed at the the charge of being a frequenter took posal u the occasion to object to his While j i Kroning was giving evidence throni rocm reserved exL to what the prisoners real elusivcly for the Kings use on state name and that it was Queen Annes not John Doe as suggest armory and other rooms will the prisoner said its a I be at the serviced the confcrercs whereupon the magistrate promptly and the momentousiscssibns will be fined him for contempt held inthe picture His case was remanded unj The anjong them til tomorrow ut ten I the Iii the cases coming under the arrived at Charing Cross at five license ordinance minimum fines this They will stop of S100 and costs were at where while on the chargeof being keepers 22 doomshave been The of houses of illfame fines of and Montenegrin delegates arrive in Lon don today arid the Servian and Bul garian representatives uxeduc tomor but the Turkish envovs who left Pre mier Asciulths statement in the House of Commons Kier Hardie asked the Prime Minister if he would ascertain how far Canadian labor organi zations agreed with Premier Bordens offer The Question was received cries of Premier Asqulth replying That is en tirely a matter for the Canad ian costswere Poor Unfortunates It was a distressing sight to wit Constantinople yesterday will nut ness a crowd of young women arrive until pearing on charges of j Sir Edward Cirey stated in the I Magistrate Elton in addressing the house of commons yesterday that a j inmates made it clear that the girls meeting of wiiichprobl who were being used by keepers for ably will he held here simultaneous purposes of grain had his sincere ly peace conference will lie His worship could not say an a noncommittal con He will iTEN THOUSAND RAILROADERS SUIT WORK TO VINDICATE PRINCIPLE INDIVIDUAL Enginedriver who was to blame and in imposing sultation not i conference a fine oi and said he make a lull stated raped it wouU be a lesson to is now known that the Austrian or wllose Hisworslnp drew attention to the Italian representatives will put uncalled for remarks made by ccr fore the ambassadors conference a Duke oi Con lai Persons in and said that proposal for Ihe neutralization of naught has been appointed Colonel such woul11 ot inchief of the supply transport corps minded the spectators that justice of the Indian army Possibly sonic i lvoullj be given significance regarding the future movements of Highness atl taches to this which The majority of the cases were has always been regarded as one of those of inmates who as men the most onerous as well as the imst lined SIS and Half a valued positions in connection with dozen liquor offenders paid their fines lie with n guarantee by Eur ope of that The resigna tions of the Austrian minister of war and the chief of general staff have afTorded an opportunity to the mischief makers to spread reports the Indian TWO STRONG BANKS UNITE amaleam tion of the banks of Nova Scotia and eiv Brunswick was unanimously agreed upon IttDGPUIE HflE rn nin that tie changes foreshadow the hu miliation The exact con appears 10 be as the of and costs andsrifl officials were opposed to for keeping houses of j policy of Hie foreign i Count Von The Kreiiuenters j The outlook for peace is better The following frequenters forfeited tlia cvcr their hail John Yitpi Ital through inlhuiifinl organs August Kfed Nelson N this makes it plain crs declare was a miscarriage of jus R I and Charles Fines of twenty dollars raid costs because he was intoxicated off ten thousand men of the North East ern are on strike on the right to get drunk refuses to sign the temperance This was suggested as a solution to the by General Bramwell Booth of the Salvation Replying to Bramwell Booths Knox wir ed Am Would Cost to Divert Tracks to 9th Street Bridge Commissioners Visited Site Opposes Extension of Privilege of Level Crossing Other Cases Dealt With THE BILL OF FARE Case Cor croae iug in town of Case for reop enlng crossing near Case to ex tend interim order in connec tion with level crossing at Thirteenth Case for order i to compel the to cease making discriminatory rates on wholesale shipments on some commodities to Leth bridge from some Case to compel railways to give cheaper freight rates on coal from Southern Alberta field to al low mines to ship Into Win nipeg market in competition with American Case for cheaper rate on malt from not of Intemperate therefore do not intend to sign the We are dealing with our com not outsiders in this The Home Office promises Inquiry into Knoxs which the strik Their argument is that Knox was as he had taken only small hot which could not possibly intoxicate a normal the until 3Ist December to heir nefarious In ore I two keepers while paying their Upon His Findings tlie Will Lease and Operate Winni S tiie hTgregntcd area is in sight judfr ing from the cleanup already effect Over in Fines Over two thousand dollars in fines were collected as a result ot the this unwav tlmt wil1 no U draESed into v suicidal conflict which would mean the loss of many Italian lives with lames iml Mate Molls to be case of Jon thanint with being H aSain a was remanded until to llls citv is monow dUbciiHies will lie adjusted and spectre of war it is hoped This and the uuesLion of the Must Slop j for many period of Knoxs probation before he Everyone if the keepers was drams being commonly taken to pro tect the men against the raw damp What had every appearance of b g one of the most cases eve aid before the consideration of th Railway turned this fori oon into one of the when the matter of gaining permla ion to extend the Interim oTderVgfari a level crossing over the Ji racks at Thirteenth street wa rought before their notice at the ses held In the Court tie Ninth streetoverhead bridge hich lias caused a heap of in looms up large in the So far uo order has been handed wn on the The commis oners have inspected the ground Ii but reserved their decision r further Will the city be compelled to change s whole system of street car tracks far as they affect North Lethbridge ossing Will they be compelled to oss over the Ninth street bridge ther than at Thirteenth street Those are the questions of para mount importance In the and while they seemed very this the opposition of the to an extension of the Interim order of last and their evident desire to force the city to run their cars over the overhead has put a different complexion on the whole af and it has now resolved itself into one of the most vital issues which the people of this city have had to face for many a long It recalls the election campaign of when a subway Thirteenth street was the burning question of the whole level crossing or overhead I bridge Those are the three natives by which the city street cars have access to North on the decision of the Railway Com mission after their visit here today will rest the future approach to the north Chairman L missioner and Secretary of the were here today to dispose the cases on which complaints have heen madeto the Six cases were con and on three decisions were two on orders from the and the third after a conference be tween the Board of Trade and the railway freight officials The Thirteenth Street Crotilng In the matter of the street car ing at Thirteenth which was the third case there was no decision City Solicitor Ball and City Engineer Blanchard ap peared before the commission onbe half of the Solicitor Superintendent Price and Engineer EJrooks appeared for the The application was for an exten sion of the interim order granting a evel or elsean order mak it Ball would be satisfactory to the Commissioner McLean I under stood that the temporary order was made to provide for some big that the city wanted it done in a the overhead bridge not being completed in the when the order was granted Commissioner Drayton So the city milt tracks across Thirteenth street on the hat temporary was a langercus thing The chairman then asked Blah hard to give him an idea of he population of North Lethbridgs ii and where the present crossings He was informed that s lere were only three one t Thirteenth which accommo ated about sixty people per nc ording to actual count the overhead ridge at which was uilt to allow the closing Gait street evel and one under the high evel bridge near First Continued on page o 4 AN HONOR WORTH HAVING is re ported that the order of the most exclusive British dec would be conferred on Humphrey the DOT in the New Years The only woman hitherto be longing to the order was Flor cnce whose heroic work in the military hospitals during the Crimean consti lute a vivid page In the history of true peg to Fort William Branch of National Transcontinental agreement hag been reached between the Domin ion government Grand Trunk Pacific In regard to the on eration of tfle WinnipegSuperior Junc tion section of the National Transcon tinental The effect of the agreement will be the opening up of the line from Winnipeg to Fort Wil liam for passenger and the Im mediate operation of iho Transcontin ental The longstanding disagreement be tireen chairman of the Transcontinental Railroad Commis and of the Grand has been referr ed to Sir Wljliam of formerly vicepresident of ihe Canadian has been pointed sole to decide upon what terms the line from the head of ihe lakes to Winnipeg shall he and also what shall be paid for the shops at The railway company agrees to op erate the line and open the without further delay and to abide by the dfdsion of the leasing the line upon the terms he shall dic ME 1 ME v THE CASE and involving the appeal of the Royal was completed so far as argu ment for the appelant is eon and a was made in the arpmncnt for the pro cpolto brlffly tlu op posing the IN SWEDEN THE LIQUOR TRAF FIC WILL BECOME A NATION AL MONOPOLY is reinstated are now tlie chief points in the mens as they have ah indoned their original find ing they had no public sympathy in claiming the right to get drunk as i principle of civil Santa Glaus Fund The response to the Santa Claus fund is not sucli as tt shcuhl Surely the of Lethbridge are enough to spare a mite for the unfortunate Pre parations are being made to give For some time past tlin tempirance sdcictics in f Kweden nave carried on a campaign Lo make the production oi spirits in them a good All that is need the country a government fd is a hundred dollars or Their riimts linve me with success Will you help and an has been signed Previously acknowledged uiili ilir chiiM firms engaged in tinA friend inaiinfjciure of hy Vhich thcyi will their At present the con t ml of raw spirit will n Business Men Have Their Attention Called to Details of Most Important Character Suggestions Worthy of Serious Consideration The following letter sent to all er to suggrst and asree upon j Tin1 n in ihe hands of private bill cnnslituiiiii tlie lijjunr trade government monopoly be in j troilucrd in parliament at the iiuxl members of the Lethbridge Business Mens association is certainly wor thy of consideration by every rate It refers to some crucial points Dear the meeting of Business Mens association held the City Solicitor was present to take up various points in connection with thai part of the proposed city charter which deals will the commission form of govern Kor ils facl dial it NO MARKET REPORT TODAY wore no reports of the jjraisi markets sent out by the Weali cm Associated Press I fo r Ihe city coiuuil or raUpuyi First Although it is generally conceded that the number of com missiont rs should bo the char tor dors not Second Tliat Ihe proposed salary to he paid the js the per this was not in on eharlrr Third The lensib of time for which conunissiunrrs are to he elect ed and also tinlensth time for which the first set of commissioners are to be whether fVe first one lor line second lur two third fur and whe ilier Ihe lirsl two ic elected for two years and Ihe third for one ContUmert on iiage luj ;