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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume IV. 14 PAGES. Lethbridge. Alta.. Thursday, December fOLITICS IN LICENSE Compliment to D e p u ty Minister of Public Works SERVANTS Should be .Given Ample O T' 'i o Dalanes, and {Position Dec. the item STRQNd FOR UNION y... wiiMniia int. Graaum, Dec. Its regular meeting in, Granum! yesterday the Presbytery-.'-of' High River after a thorough.; discussion of the subject, poll-' ed strongly in favor of church" union, the vote being and 5" against.. Every voteV was registered.- SEMTEWANKTO PAYMgSALARY Auditor-General M a kes Complaint to the Committee Startling Statement by Meinlr in LegisIatdre-O'Brien Blames Members for Bdlevae to Task by Bennett-Tek- grams Between Miners and ,is Giving Every Possible Ssfce atkvesfetion ritrm i r .Ottawa, Dec. Senate ran of the House of Commons yester day the auditor-general reported in spite of the' oppose higher than last tion of himself. The matter win be year, and he-hoped, the attorney-gen- looked, into by the chairman -of the be to -state why. Mr. public accounts committee, A' B Mi tcnell ..stated., th'ey were asking a AVarburton. tban What' MS On motion of S. Barker, of Hamil- ton, this course was decided-upon by -that the salaries of the commons commit- clerks fprmerly paid from the tee yesterday after hearing .the "com- appropriation for the executive coun- plaint of Mr. John 'Fraser, axiditor-gen- cil were now taken over by the at- eral, who said that the-senate had de- torney-general's department. It was dined to. return, certain' vouchers to also necessary to have an additional him. "clerk. made and During the, course of the-discussion asked lor last year, it F- B- Carroll, Lib'eral- representative of really. nO'-Jiigher. Garleton, N. B., remarked that sen- Premier -SIfto'n explained that man v setting into a class by all increases" were due to the- fact to De "ay after th r UV WXCL jj that civic -employees were after these Paid monthly n? ly-; instead of yearly, and in orcLer- -to-make'--4hc amounts Wen went explain that small increases" Ynadn. flln had been- sus- small increases'- hadjoeln made! clerks should a -small increase the' ealary anyway. In referring, to .the item oE for the public works department, Dr veto -pretty -soon if this sort of thing keeps retorted Mr. Carvell. The auditor general .further explain- iuv.yuuntr general to -stop the circulation of -r- j these stories. He thought the at- torney-general at the very earliest moment should take the opportunity Trtsoj, yuctoo" Oi' passengers and the crew-of nineteen are lost. Advices today say the' vessel struck and -went, to .pieces during a llerce gale Monday night. in.'- _v minister's.speecffi-s., 'U. previous cable :the-party .expects1: government to steer' a course- s ahead. As in all unexpected rocks may be How strong, for .-instance, will ,As-.' quith's determination prove should the' Lords prove obdurate and' ;the -'kiair unwilling? Not since the of 1832 has a Britigt a similar situation. aBd -King, William did not yield until cities were sack- as it is now stated that the young ed and mobs were" lady was taking-medicinft-at 'Then.-if the veto, bill is" mistaice took poison." i jjuisuii, 'A SFe i o UHUifiulfl'tslv Pleased to say that Miss 1Uestion- Oa .this issue the now quite recovered from ,-n, of the Liberal position.-gea-' erally is as follows, the Parliament' Bill provides for the abolition t'fihe. veto pending as stated the reconstruction of the House of of investigating conditions in .respect'DISTRIBUTING ARCHBISHOP'S to the license dftDarr.mPTi-i- ry-noionui- b order and were There The Elsass injury. NO lives were lost politics in the escaped er.had_ been hcvard to say in connec- now quite recovered from effects of her action. SHEARER'S VIEWS ON WINNIPEG ELECTION Plans for this. are only tentatively advanced FUND-IN THE WEST i uj. v tx y jj IA I Toronto. Dec. an interview 'is mnrninn- _r _ Grey, the ESW house Will this morningon. the result of the Win _, _ Shearer ex- Del action instituted in October by Sir Frederick Bprden, against w' U. Cotton, of Cowansviiie, Que has been settled, Mr. Cotton making a re- traction of the charges and tenderin- au ELEVATOR BOY SAVED LIVES should be in charge of such a amount. Speaking of the deputy minister of public, works, Mr. Bennett said that here was an example of an efficient servant of-the government who had uot had any" opportunity to colkct He had not dabbled in poli- tics. He would grow old in the ser- vice, an-d yet when he retired he have nothing to retire on. "I think this government should, maka S0me declared Mr. Belt, "to so recompense its servants Orake U 1 d Nof and giv> them an assurance of a liv- ing in their old age that they will attract the very bes.t men aha wo-! men in the service of the government. An effort should also be made to i train pjvi! servants." Air. Bennett then referred to the good class of civil servants thev are the securing in British Columbia. He al bS so pointed out civil service was Siay of the The FLOODS IN ITALY Rome, Dec. weather i Oi f-a.'-'n'-a.iiy uu enaorsem5it of s western Canada the policy of segregation and in ,has to the West- all probability it will-mean fpr Tm- utcu iit-.uu LU say m connec- 8rn fund'of the S. P. G., and niPcS a wonfe black eye than'ever he tion with a certain case "that if there jslinllar amount to that, branch of the SiTen that cit-v- Shearer crm- OTiT" nmilt'h lift Trrrknl rl A __ j. On I ATii-Gl rt >i J _ Tlo. J r__ _ were any doubt h the benefit. would give a Grit Mr. Bennett did not think the lie- proving today and the flood situation should be a source appeared less serious L JSSrt' hc Said' that the aistnct j collected from fines, etc., caused to live stock. been spent in enforcing the RAILWAYS INTERRUPTED Genoa, Dec. Railway along the Riviera is still traffic be crops and heavy loss to rather than' that -The-inspectors of the department colonial and continental church so- h? was misrepresented in ciety. in addition special -rants to !amoTus interview and be aciniinistered by the latter 1S- to be noted that Saskatchewan; Cvinmpeg were ut to the; Adams, either on per-oaal or should be taught that they were not in office to promote political influence. He favored the district court judges as a licensing; Factory Girls Were Frantic s-ituwj. uii jjci.Tuaai or oisnop of Saskatchewan for new work! cai grounds, practically all of initiated by Archdeacon Lloyd: j worst elements of the :ity vere ag- for society for propagation of Christ- ian knowledge; for navy mis- sion; for Qu Appelle associa- tion: for Algoma association. ffressively working for his" els-tion. VACANCIES IN TOWN COUNCIL OF MACLEOD! i UCCii U'ilG i are subsiding at Turin; there j source of complaint, but was sorry' Dec- are now the weather is moderating. (that the member for Calgary did not vacant seats in the town council fit lay his evidence before the Dere as R- >lacDonnell and Tren- CRACK ATHLETE ILL Se in a formal "ff'aJT- So far as he j holme Dlckson, who were former mem Ciilcago, .Dec wav had no scnous hers' resigned before running for crack. University of Chicago Snter! dSSfe' tfahvays ta a and member of the American team To exercise direct control anotaer resignation over tne outcome of the recent election. As yet there are no names mentioned test these sseats but before the t tnen referred to m V s VL v_uicago sprinter i uepartment. it was not always pos-.'Tnp- civil servants thev rW fcafon factorv in and member of the American team To exercise direct control over i' u Jritish Columbia. Heal- street had a JCatheriMs tne Olyiaplc games. London, is or employees who'sometimes f6 it that in England the fn eTc'vator S- experience m :iou6ly ill with diphtheria. He is little careless, but it was his 'As yet vas practically the main- a W ,h 5ame county hosoital and mav not mtjention 'oi'Ow up any complaint, Ito conr'( government. The verv ft, f A dozen survive !f Justified, the officials would bei1" men were encased in it. .1 ,_ Jast .to the fac- dismissed. j will be (survive. tory' which is on the fflta "floor. As T, one 01 the cnief soon as the -limits that should he rinno vac t politics, down at a terrific speed. The girls! only two hundred members ill elected by large constituencies being organ- ized for.the purpose. In-cases ef. deadlock the two houses will meet together a-nd the majority ia joint ses- sion be-final. It is evident that the proposed new secoad chamber wilt be considerably more influential than' the present 'Lords will be when de- prived of veto. But. .the new' chain- ser cannot be inaugurated until aftec i the expiration of the present, parlla- and a'new election. -Meantime, i say the Tories, in the interval ivhUe I the second chamber is helpless, -.the government proceeds to jam through the home rule measure. Some Liberals feeling the weakness of this position pray that some of federal devolution may be. found, that will be acceptable to all part- ies. Home rule is -an issue which keeps the Liberal party humble in- England. As the litest illustratioa' 1 'I T 1TT7-- i ;0f its baneful influence it was raainlv 'Ullaing rilled With responsible of the attitude assumed by the Liberals on the referendum an attitude which may be keenly regret- ted before many years possibly. now regretted by some Liberal candidates. Curiously suspicious too are Liberals, of the possibility of a deal between Balfour and Redmond. While this WALLS SPREAD; TWO KILLED "If a civil servant should lose his job. ing part of his time literature. With Idshc i cool and himself in On suggestion by O'Brien, who de- clared that Clerk of the Legislature Cowell was the wisest man in the house, Mr. from the tvrainv SlU'u STS, uck the big safety cushion spring the bottom of the shaft, bounced and down a couple of times, and uiu man in thf rciric i i agree, that Bgt C Suddenly Collapsed Fargo, X. D., Dec. 4.-R. A. Moore and Carl Tuskind were instantly kill- Isaac Bell and Thomas Kelley, in-' :ed o3'it is expected that there ac "Ol1 and Thoraas Kelley. in- >e several after the possition. iurcd, and George Jarvis is missing formerly. salary session --------i's coolness w ealy saved many of their council. far as the Herald- can ascertain it is proposed to collect fund for the purpose of taking the necessary legal steps. Aid. Frayne was elected to the was also candidate of North Leth- bridsro." vrith the people of North Lelhbrfdfc'c and also the labor men ho appears for some reason to have fallen' into disfavor, .they feeling rhat M no longer represents them. resident said to The Herald this morning, is that the people think that his action in accepting the job of "bossing" the re- moval of the old fair buildings from as a result ol the collapse of Moore i Brother's three-storey office and ware- house building this evening. The first and second floors Oi the structure had been used by Moore Bros, for an au- tomobile and machinery salesroom and office. Bell and Kelley were working for Magill Co. storing com on the third floor. The weight of this caused the walls to spread and the third'floor fell carrying down the second onto Manager Moore and Book- keeper Tuskind, both being crushed to death. Bell and Kelley fell with thr third floor, and w might seem impossible, it must fee ad- mitted that Balfour has shown him- self capable of considerable1 nimble- ness. While-the destruction of the union, civil war, and G-erman occupa- tion of Ireland are effective paign cries, the Liberals charge thev arr usrd with deliberate insincerity and feel that the mask might be dis- carded any time. Meanwhile Ire- land prepares for a parliament on College Green, already insisting on the restoration of-the old parliament house built in 1730, but occupied by Hie Bank of Ireland since 1SOS. not scrioaslv Is wrong and also that he hns ceased to represent them. man, is missing, and is supposed to bo in the ruins'. All three floors tell into the basfmcii-t. HATTIE LESLANC WAS CHEERED ON ACQUITTAL Cambridge, Mass., Dec. Leblanc, toe 17-year-old French girl, was acquitted today on the chnrge of murdering 'Clarence F. Glover, laun- dryman, of Waltham, on November tils spectators. ;