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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume III. TWELVE PAGES Lethbridse. Alta., December 1910; Number 308 Passed rises in the SCHOOL TRUSTEE ELECT SCHOOL TRUSTEE'ELECT SCHOOL .TRUSTEE ELECT Three'; Members Change Duncan Marshall Explains Working of Demonstration FarmS'-Cost of More r fthan Wants-Fewer Legislature Dec. a "debate bn the budget -tfhich provides for the expenditure of A. G." "W, bond money, as diverted to the public funds. Premier Sifton nearly midnight last'night carried the motion to go into -committee on sup- ply by division of 21 to 13. With this division, the. last stand against premier's policy of the diversion of tne Waterways-.money for the pur- poses for which it was previously vot- ed, passes into history. was as ton. Mitchell, Mc- Lean, Marshall, McKenzie, Buchanan, .tfoyle, McDougall, Glendenning, Me- Arthur, Simpson, Smith, Stewart, Tel- lor-d, Campbell, McKenny, Olin, War- nock, Boudreau, Cote and Cross, Less- arcl. Cornwall, McPherson, Gunn, Pat- terson, 'Moore. Puffer, Bennett, Shaw, and and Wool: paired. O'Brien not vote, the absentees being Michener, Gushing and Roberts. The vote last night furnished one or two surprises. Cote, who made the tolg speech against tGe Sifton bill the other day, voted with the administra- tion. Puffer jumped to the opposition side, and also Stauffer. The division, however, displayed the fact that Sift- on has a sound majority at his com- mand at any time, and there is ve.ry llttle likelihood of further fighting on tne estimates when they are in com- mittee. Premier Explains Policy The premier made a lengthy speech in which explained his policy in Jull. It was, after all, he said, a ques- tion of expediency. There were pub- lic buildings and other undertakings which had been projected by the late government which had to be carried through, and this would use up most of the money that was not utilized in meeting the, immediate obligations of the province. The estimates cf 1S11, he said, were prepared with a view to economy, hav- ing in mind the actual needs of the province, and completion of such pub- buildings as already had been com- menced and as were of immediate necessity. No further buildings than, tnese were provided for, and there j would be no more court houses pro- vided for until a redistribution of the judicial districts had 'been made- Parliament Buildings The premier went on to show the parliament buildings, estimated by the old government to cost now cost to complete uuu, aiid that the furnishings would j this amount to There was appropriation on the buildings fcr next year of which would i complete one wing or: the building ready for occupancy. j (Continued on page Sixty-six over Requited Lethbritee Went Back on '._ T: V the Poll-All the CandiSesSpt T. D. Jievin, F. Kenny. The Commission Vote The vote in favor cf government by commission carried by a majority of 66 over -the reouired- two-thirds "of the total vote and a, majority of 372 the number of votes polled in opposi- tion to the proposed change, the total vote being 546 .in favor and 174 against. Thus the people have spoken decisively in favor of a change from the present aldermaiiic system to that of government by commission. A connirhas Tigt yet been niacie on the plebiscite submitted to the ratepayers through the-mail with reference to the various forms of government by com- mission, but this count will be ma-cle within the next few days, after "which it will be known just what particular form of commission is favored. It is now. up to the new council to draft amendments to the municipal charter along the lines suggested in the pleb- iscite. Aldermanic Results In the aldermanic race the result was pretty much as anticipated by the majority of men on the street. amount' of on the chances 'r-r another- that represented the'voting senti- ment .of the-ratepayers is now' quite 'evident. A considerable money was1 wagered of Aid, ,David King, but the general opinion during the day. was that he not poll as'handsome vote as he really did, and his strong showing is the occasion for much comment aoout town today. King's splendid snowing in the North where he headed the poll, including the mayoralty candidates, was a great sur- prise to the general public. James Asherort polled "about his' usual vote, and along with King was a good ner up. Dr. Rusk was not conceded much chance, but-he. pulled out ahead of Tuckwell and Aid.-Hatch, the latter' polling an astonishingly low vote as a result- of- which he- trailed the field Mackenzie's supporters-were keenly disappointed with the returns in the JNorth Ward. Gossip around the poll- ing booths and on the street indicated a landslide for Mackenzie. He carried the North Ward -but only by tne scant margin of four votes. Ask- ed during the day how much he could Mines Act until That Tilley and Goode would be elect- j allow Adams on the .south side, Mac- ed seemed a foregone conclusion, j kenzie thought that he could spare a Tiickwell, the labor candidate, was ex-jnunclred votes. That was exactly Ad- pe'cted to poll a better vote, but the i ams' majority on the south side, but investigation is au.thojritie.s' in- ;-jPtoItlie conditions surround.' 'ing-the mine'disaster "at with. Ihe .horrors' of -which the prov- ince is .being- daily shocked...; This information .was. given to the yesterday "I Premier Sif ton in answer to a-cues- tion. from Chas. the Social- ist member, at the'-opening of. .'the house, as to what steps were :-being: taken by- the government. The provincial mine inspector lias been- despatched to the scene -of :.the. disaster, with -instructions', to make., as full an. investigation as; possible, and for "some days'the. in--.T spector'had been "at Frank looking in- to. conditions existing in the .mines. 'Following-'this investigation, it; probable the provincial commission, will be appointed, which a thorough investigation into-. conditions of the mines of the- prov- ince .with a view to furnishing suci technical'information as will lead amendments in the "Coal Mines Act contemplated .to increase the protec- tion to underground miners. This was also announced by the'pre- raier yesterday. He made a state- ment that he was not in favor legislature considering any bill to (technically amend the Coal M Dec. details come to i Act, such as the bill introduced as'to the methods of rescue' Mr. O'Brien, until the commission Explosion Occurred Fbrty- EigKt Hours After- Inspection USEFUL DRAEGAR Splendid Service Rend- j ered Under Great Handicap the Herald) made posgible by die adoption of the; working men went back on him at the the expected landslide in favor apparatus.' it becomes more to j -Mackenzie across, the track failed more evident that this-xs a step last moment, indicate the Street talk seemed election of Aid. C. B. 'materialize. in the right direction. Charles B. Young 10. J. A. Hammer was (elected mayor by acclamation. The vote on adopting the commis- sion form of government resulted in its being defeated 'J'Z 10 40. He told 0 the as much to a delega- tion o[ miners which had waited; up- on him a week or two ago. ha.ve been constantly is coni- Had there been a full equipment imroication with, the mine authoritiM and a thorough understanding of how I at Frank since, the sad to use them there is little doubt the premier, replying w Mr. tnat at least twenty "more lives could i is now making investigation. Pincher Creek Heap 63, R. L. Hackett 24, Pincher Creek, Dec. cast- I I-Iammersley :M. ing of ballots in the municipal clec-j The vote shown was not much larg- tion tciiav was marked M' the nhppnce! er than that of last year, although "W. R. Mr. Swinnarton was elected by the Bobbie having bqen re-elected mayor by largest majority ever given' m a Mac- acclamation, there were six candi-' leod election. da-tcs in the licld for seats at the. The'election, irom the start _ council board namely Chas Kettles, i expected to be very close and most elections yesterday worr- tfer-my con-j go to confirm ihe usefulness nave been saved at the Bcllevue mlhej Iocal insiructed on Sat- cusaster last Friday evening. j lu-rfay lo proceed to Bellevue to: in- The long time consumed in getting; spept the conditions of the word to Fernie, and then the received word, from him Monday that .ho had gone' there. We hati no report from him since. Our provincial inspector has Wcclley in Magrath rtaicen to assemble the apparatus in a jcar at Hosmer. coupled with the fact rii2.t there Jiot .enough o'" rhft ap- I pnances in one place, reduced the to a minimum. The have to iun structions tion. Tt could not be possible that was: "Magrath, Dec. mynicipal many experiences coming to light' all ;'coulri consider in the dying days J. K. Schofield, Or. E. Saville, C. W. i of the candidates worked hard at can- Taysum and Watson. vassing til! ihe last minute. Messrs. The result of the voting for coun-iR. G. MacDonnell, W. A. Day and W. cillors was as follows: Kettles 93, j C. Bryan, however, left thi; matter Watson 87, Schofield 78. Saville 71. i in the hands o: the voters ana did Taysum withdrew in the morning. I not ask anyone for their support. lil'anv of the citizeiis were of The 0pm- IVJacleod lion that Mr. Bryan head, the l2.-The results of polls, with Mr. Day second, but all the municipal election in Macieod was day today Mr. Swinnarton was out out about o'clock tonight and working Iiarri wnh his automobile, Of of Fri-; tosted and resulted- in the return of [apparatus anct the experience 0. A. Woolley .for mayor over .1. B. jday nigtlt prove a valuable lesson i amend the Co Ririe, bv a majority.of 1-! The conn- jr0vernments and mine itica cil cieciod were: Levi ,J. A., i appointed v.'h brought him the result. There is nov." a vacant seat in t council. Mr. Dickson having been member of ilii; pn-sent one. and it I this city. Mayor Milne was again re- f as mayor over his bv a majo'ritv of eiimlnated ac ono it. was in this at position by the small major-' expected iliai the election wili be call The poil was very heavy. In ward 7. The councillors elected are: j cd in a very short, rime. j two. where the fight was keenest, two showed that Mr. Trenholmc Dickson. Clerk of the Supreme Court, was 10 be the mayor of Macieod for 1911. winning over. Mr. R. G. MacDonnell for lha of J Swinnarton of the Empire Hoi el, C. Bryan Clerk of the- District i Cardston Councillors Court, and W. A. Day of the White' Cardston. Dec. elect-ion of Jed, the former by 6 and the, latter by Flail Grocery. j councillors yesterday resulted ns fnl-. 25 maioritics. In ward ihrne. Aldr.r- the mincer of votes lews Of the 148 votes cast, William man Robertson was elected over V. secured bv each candidate: T. Dick- i Duce. got US. S. M. Woolf 107, M. A.jPenhale by a majority of -10. For son HO, R. G. MacDonnell 103, J. j Coombs 75. These fhrcn were oiccted, i school tnifitc-c, the ilireo men elected Swinnarton 1.50, W. C. Brvan 11 G. j the'others having, H. C. Fhipps 64. If. Morrow, W. Turpin and J A. Day 87, R. D. McXa- ?JC, S. Hunt 34, F-Knk'Brown and L. L. Jamioson. the, session, a bill of such technical, nature, as would be necessary to amend the Coal Mines Act, and it. is that a commission shall, be appointed which shall go into the Rasmussen. W. H. llindicy and J, J. i matter said the premier Head, tthen the results' were, known.! An outni of thirty of .these" hpJrnets, j jn conclusion, there quiw a at j with pulmonators. in the "lanrls of wellj Woolley's residence. jamied men, and at stations .located, n-ill prove the -mears of a i great saving of life m future are sure to coiue with the Mr. Milne Elected at the Hat Medicine Hat, Dec. of the. closest and keenest elections in best of the aiscovered on Friday two aldermanic s-fats being contested, M. Brown and C. S. Prngle VANCOUVER HAS A LARGE POPULATION Vancouver, Dec. its vote on. Saturday the town'slte of Hastings on. .should be 1 the eastern border of. Vancouver joins i Greater Vancouver, adding four thoiis- mine that an! and to the city's population, which explosion occurred on Thanksgiving now approaches not including- my. and on Dec. 3rd the miners' .un- j tne city of North Vancouver. ion at tfellevue wired 'Mine Inspector! This is the second district which sterling, at Edmonton, that a- large i has Joined the city within the past' sir volume of gas had been discovered in i months. South Vancouver, with a tnc mine. On the 4th, Inspector Ster- population or will vote on an- that Inspector Heath- cote would visit the -mine -at once. (Continued on page negation in .January, which with cr likelv tllstricts v.'ill bring city; population up to ;