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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge Daily Herald Voliiiriu V. Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday. Dec-ember .13, UUJ Number '3 (NABOBS ARE IN PERIL AT NIBLOCK EIGHTEEN W.G. TO OPPOSE MITCHELL YEARS TO AS THE AGE FOR MUN1C1PJL FRANCHISE VOTERS Rural Municipalities Bill Discussed in Young Homesteaders Voice in Selecting Attempt to Draw Out Government t and Princesses on Steamer Delhi Ashore Off Morocco Gibraltar, lice, I'riuisular r.ii'l Oriental Steam Navigation (.'oln- aincr DHIii from l.olidiii, for Ituya! ii.-lnvia, Alcvamlrii Iliikc of Kite, Hieir with 'iMliy; piiss'.n- ihi-ir way l" Kgypli has in smith uf on I the Moroccan coast ai riilraiie.1. lo ilie Straits oi Oibraliar. S.evriYil j tup; ii.ivc lu h'-l' assistance. Her is so perilous I lhal Ihc llri'.if'li cruisi-r lias ordered 10 le.ive here lor sci-n'j wi'.h n deUichnienl nrlillery in cliaritc oi Very rough weallie, Mills. Sent Itoeket I.oiMlon, lice. ailmiraliy has onU'Cil ra'ket apparatus to he sen, by land Io assist in ihe rescue. uf passengers uf the steamer Delhi, v.-hiih is iishorr. at Cape Spariel, as i! is feaml lhat communication with vessel from the sea will he dilli- l-ciill. Medicine Mill, Hcc. The Con- servatives of Medicine Hal lo- night opiiose C. H. Mill-hull "i reply Railway Policy on Private Bill was oul of order. The bill W. II. ,o'of Momlay on the address in II in Hi Kdmontoil, Dee. division Iress in to the Kind's speech m.irhed .mis jiol In place white Ihis hill ne.v, provincial whiel, many 'be close ul a of oraiory with considered. ,'f Hit' dcletwles said would lake which tin chamber of the. .Mr. Tweedlo Insisted Ilia' he was plaiv' sunn, judging Ihc way] now eapitol building was linndBClt, honorable gentleman. Is an absolute untruth." Mr. Tweedie took the premier's de- nial with good si-ace this and concluded his remarks by observing ......__..... that before any one could consclen- thin his rights In discussing Ibc tlonsly cast a vote for the C. X. W. It. BANK CLERK IN SERIOUS PLIGHT Calgary. Alia.. Dec. Duncan McLean. son of tlie Preshyturian min- ister nt SlTOtlicoua. was ai-reBlecl In Kdnioiuon loilay on orders from Cal- gary. He was employed In tbu Do- minion Hank here mid K Is iliuler- stood a definite eharge has lieen laid ving stood a dente earge as ie a :lon- I against lilm-liy Iho bank officials. 'GREAT CREDIT TO THE p. BURNS CO. NEW SHOP IS MOD- ERN IN EVERY DETAIL l.rilihridge has Hie distinction' having nrsl "inn ll'L' liilesl approver plan in the province r! ol Alberta. The'ncw 1 recently been erected on Third Ave. contains many features to be found in any other nieai t Weslcrn (.'aliaila except in "a similar tlio'.iph larger one creeled Ihis summed in Vancouver. of tin' company's l.eih- jand a'l. it'fi siltine nuon the house KOt down ,o straight husHiiews. For two hours the i bin he would have to see to U thai itho time limit fir.- starling -the work and for completing H wag reduced to a minimum. J. I... Cole, sponsor .or the bill, here poured oil on the troubled waters by asserting that he was acting entirely on bis own Initiative in presenting the bill and, was renreseiithiK the railway company and not the govern- ment. Much had been made of the fact lhai.the application of on t.he s1 inont's .Mr, Micliener made no reply. TSie Recognized Policy John H. Hoyle rose to observe ihe opposition lender had boon pror n lutd of pounding a connndi .nn. How company cuiisid- i-.-ilways to bo built witl'out chnrtors has niir nf tin- givon --.o HIP railways, Tim found anywhere question nf giving oluiriovo buen (Itecuxaud in vho first and I Mic linen de- cided upon than niiJwny charters its second reading.. Thf Temporary Loan The hou'nc went; hvfo committee of the whole shortly after four o'clock and without1 .discussion passed the two bill broiis-lit down bj- the "premier Cor the niising of a Sum for the and the cpmrt nipt ion of roiids and bridges, ori the understandinp; that the amount, would be o.v- pcitded on The Rural Municipalities The remainder of Life siUlng was taken up hi. the ilisciisalon of -the I i- C t- t ruml municipalities bill. Attorney Council jijtcjieli. recommonded thirt j the age of persons voting in the elec- tions of rural municipalities he raised from eighteen as provided in the hill, to twenty-one, but after some dis- cussion of the clause the members voted in favor of fhe eighteen year IVjinchise. One of Ihe chief argu- ments in favor of-the lower ajte was that a man could take up a homestead and thus become a ratepayer at the i age of eighteen. Som criticism was directed in tho a sub section of clause one to tbe exemption .of vendors of ye wing machines from the designa- tion "hawker" timl "pedlar." Several members expressed the opinion that sewing machine pedlars should be given no Genural Mitchell pointed out that the seller of sewing inn oh hies miftlu be properly put in tho .same class as i Ihe agent selling agricultural imple- ments; the sewing machine was as necessary io Ihe female member of the farming community as ihe mow- Ing nmchfnca to tho farmers. il. Roberts susscrTed that a map, allowing the rural municipal di- visions, should be iireprtred by tin; government tho people of the province might Uuow in what munt- dpnllifRS tlmy Hved. that the tirs, minnrs' pay day .Inc. i "rcntation warinng aKm, the settlement strike will no, lake place until near end of year. The registered mail shows jt, large inen-ass ,ivcr last year, .the lo-i" 'e' tal up to yest.-rday reaching 7112. As there are only 17-11 rcsistcrcil par- j eels to handle in llw next ninl'tecn or I j twenty days lo signal hist year's cord for Ihc monlli of' December ill- will easily he seen thai this depart- ment will show a strong increase in ;istered mail business. The British, anil foreign parcels for the lirsl time are-noi recorded by the post: unices where llit'y arc received or delivered registered .so.-that crooks. legisla- figures for these am REAUME HAD NARROW_ESCAPE ONE QF'WHITNEV CABINET HAS_ VOTES Wimlsqr, DEC. close are the revisrilelcctioil rcttirns which for comparison. Last year and lor today that the re- iievious years all such matter was1 j sujtiS n( ccratest ill North treatfd as and included with thr rcg-.j .loitbt. The lig- Dr. post io reach Great. Britain 'or, has bwn reduced i niav .si'i" ue ni un.ii.L-. c -last parcel ,ast that H Britain .Ior Heaunie's plurality has hern in Jell j votes, which iinyj on the Sth insl., lo recluccd, or. increased, when lleturn- ilian Pack-ct, the letlc'rs, of course, j makes his-official day, the city council got busy yester- day and. toiik 'the first active steps coward the construction of the sys- iteni. A special meeting was held at J 4.30 to conshler llie report of Supt. A. I Held In cpniiectiou with the contracts for ths inslallatiMi of the machinery for tha necessary additions to the power plant. The tenders for tlio machinery vicre closed on N'ov. 24, but it was 'Impossible to take uiiy aclion until via various other mules. In the matter of facilitating delivery of mail al Christmas in the city, Postmaster Mlglnboiliam has applied lo the de- partment ut Ottawa for the. nwsssary jn UK. way Mr.. Severin Dii- assislance, and "'at Iliail delivery wasons may he .brought: in- to use in order to relieve the Con- gestion which is certain io take place. Sir. Illginbotlram says that tht pMt. two IN Uhoiilil lie given In :ill iipiillrainli: without {iipcririimilion. in order to jiltinty of time in wliicih lo got. Williams and Robinson, turbo gen- Wililnms ami Koljinson. stc-am dl'iv- on oxciter, SJVI37. Balicock lillil Wllcox, boilers, JOO. Ptic-1 Co.. econ- omizers, Heiinejt sub-station eituip- ment, JUJ.SiOO. I.'. Is fDudfically tlntoil tliiit. Hifl coutraetR lo compSctotl by July I-Stlls giving til? tirnis nearly eiullt luontliB in which tn complete tlieir Tliis will give tho i (Induration. The ministers support- confident that in the evnnt, ot fitlcrt and will put no obatacld charmc, the ili-Icateil foe till? Liberals, dpsires to mftkc such. move. Thr total vote iiolled was 732 in the riding, mitertai reduction there is a general feeling of .-op- timism amongst thu profiin and that afler the-close of tlic liusy Christ- season it, will he. found' that Hie tests. Ducharme Claimt Majority Windsor, Doc. Dr. minister ot' public works, mar be business of the posl ollice here shows.'beaten after all. Although It marked advance over that of i-ca-. MR. GATES' ESTATE VALUED Beaumont, TC.V.IS, Ili'c. es- tate of the lal-i- flairs Ms stated hv who tiled an in- vrnloly for loilay lo be S18.- up principally of stocks and hot ils. was announced night that he had. a majority, Severin Ducharme, Liher- al. today claims a majority of 12 for himself. A recount is certnin. PARTY FIGHTS IN CIVIC ELECTIONS GRAND TRUNK TRAIN WRECKED 1'ortland, Maine, spec- ial train on the Grand Trunk bringing several hundred A despatch from llrrlin slates that Russia has accepted nn anol'isy Persian and williilruwn all dr.m.iuds. Luiiiliin, eral K.iinilels, rcplyin? lo Hit I.V.ise of Coinn'.ons'siiid, llwt vi.nvinir all circmnstancos. gov- .rnmenl had en.h.i upo i cncoiirai-'i> railway ronslruvtion ns fai- ns Dossible. Jlr. Ilo'l- declared thai tion.ii fo-.- charters over the same lo e-fiiiprnont ready without wa'iifns 01. the olncirinil cnntnic'.nrs to finish thoir work, so that, If no- tiling unforscon liappons, tho UOIl'.li IO-. CllitlifNb .-.MIPV in any number, in fad. ho j will bo ready (o drive tlip s.vstem would'like lo soa Ihe railw-jy aci 11111- when ihe imrks and overhead c'liilp- no Ilia) any one who wished bniW a railway In tlio province Havi of would no, need to gel a charier at i-illilal from 'lie lesWalnro. but wolllil bo Lu. a 1 x al on ''tin- province should be mnilo com- pulsory and not left opllonal. j Pctiiioii'3 were presented yesjnrday afteinoon hy Mr. lloadley for leave lo ilHiTAluCt! a bMIirospccliilg tlic Cnleury Club; by Jlr. MeDoitgall. a bil'i amending the rcdmonUm ('iiiirtor: a Ijill the Misthodlst chnvcli inissiona-ry society and n bill confirmiiiE certain bylaws the city or by Air. Cornwall, a bill Incorporating the Alberla metropoli- i" l tu e, liail in ton oi Hip ..tail, EDITOR SHOT WOMAN OF cable THE UNDER WORLD j asked if lie; postmav 1 in- wa.-, nwiir.i thiil oau Canailian menl is in place. decided on tbe type of ma- j K1 .3 bo used In the. power i _ 'u ;l lldilllloli. and 'in IIic. mib-stu- lading of Ih- bill fo. An of .1.1 ot o, hdnmn on stmt n nA (lu, of this bill was, act for loday. bavini; blinding to nccoinnlotlate ll. I U 51. Hobel-l.-) raoveil the llrs: read killed. wero lloslon, Mass.. Dec. contests were held in 12 of '.he cities where balloting took place to-. immigrants lo sail ilay. lli-Vcrly, Lynn, Mcdlonl wcic (he j fr.r Liverpool tomorrow wae wrecked [cities Unit did nol elect nrayor. In 'today at West Parish. Maine. Sev- ,nrry case where exi-ciittvcs sought lictliKC (iglit attractitd much attention but there were several i-nsi'S where tlin vole was close, there was no overturn. The choice of I'. K. OVouiU'lI, a democrat, for mayor1 of Worcester, was a political over- turn, Un'. cily having ;l republican _ ifadcr for several years. Chelsea. lice. dcncc of Hie mayor anil alderman today I'opc issued in reference lo holy days (ol. sincc lire, which .SI. I'alricl's d.iv was the ST. PATRICK'S DAY LESSMOUS list of chlljs'iory bolidnys on which t'ailiolics arc callfil nipon to lirar masses, -ml abslain from On ni (he Irish olio hiiarcliy. hfiwcvrr. ihe holy set i !has just iinothcr d.-crce which i is most important for Irish people, mi! nearly half the city, hav- liern under commiEsicn iorm governmcnl. since ihal lime. Whmiuus, .Man.. 1.1.--Kred I.I hurinnn. editor of fiernianla. Ihc Herman paper, shol. and filially ihh mornliiK, Jln'c: i'ord. woman of ll'-? under world, in hoime ol III fnl facility ivas I In nnv American (lot. Jlr Twccilic's -.irgnmcirt liavini; building to nccoraniotlate ll. I U M. lionell.-) raovoil tlio lire, reaii- faiicd. the opposition endeavored lo Tenders for other ma-erlal [or ins of a mimhcr of liilla; a hill Incur- i s ffMA ,vjn ibrowlisai the inlo an ndmis j system will recolve.I np till 'poraling tho Alherla Commercial the X. P. applicanon Dec. when meoilng he hcl.i. i Commercial Traveller. lUon. on" n o H I I V _ ......___ I ,in.l I, Tl.i.. ...Kl UI1I eluifll-nllllif Hlo nf filel. nl I lift MIUJH I lu UK lu loaiK- an of the Bovern- nnd (be c.onti-iets awarded. This wlil 'a bill separating the (owns of Glc.l- j lil'W.-vcr, beinK subject to tlie or li'lcpliiiiic c.....Puny, lint was light- nillway policy, lie sail! ho j place ail dm contracts in the hands i clicn Uas-wno nnd Slrallimorc; lasting oi abstinence. ing wanted the skilled tlifl- lor world, in boiiao IralUc ..0 wbolbar Iho 1.111 wan Vn-ilir cable Mr. Samu.'ls private bill m a Kovernmonl men; l''o.'d woman came from Mlniu-aijoli: h, Mnrr.h nirl linn been In Winnipeg rcpliral Hint llie 1'Keilic cahl'' hail leased ils own lii Yrtir.'O'.lvi' iiro. Called f6 Order The speaker Mr. of the various firms stipplyiiif; the ;a bill separating the praotlce of Op ._ i material. Ihus' civing -Iliom an oppor- tomonory, a bill respectlns the South- NOTICE TO JOB HUNTERS iKy 1.0 have It on tlie sroiinrt bo- east CalKnr.v etoctrlc ullway. ami i Oilawa, Dec. IVirdon tore A'iril 1, when active, cnnslnicllon Calgary (.'nllegc bill. Hie latter being to .Montreal this morlllni; mid will lilrely Commence 'set down for a souond rvnd.ltiK on will not be back to me capitol until (ConUnuca on page 5.) j Saturday at noon. SIR CHARLES TUPPER DYING Winnipeg, Man., Dec. According -fo n cahle received here lodajr hy J, Stewart Tup- per, his -father, Sir Charles Tupprr Is (hingcrouely ill at his English homo at Hexloy home, Knst Kent. The latest hnllc- tin stated lint-1 his physician hut little hopes for tile recovery. ;