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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta IV. A- take Ymnipei IT FARM IS SOUGiT FOR BY, MACLEOD 'I.' PoweH Miners'Presii 'Street Car Men Allege that Discrimination was Used Peg, Dec. street TT stride is on-, and not .a wheel fc e IS a VO m.p I e t e 'WfSl mi LI Loss-Was. Partially 1m is moving-today. The decision only reached at a mass meeting of the men which had been in session, since mianjgbt, at 5.55 .this or af- ter the .morning papers had, gone "to press: -AS a consequence the working Public were taken completely by Wr- though they took ft- in good a .good many Hundreds OI SQC "outbreak-, is sons were late for-tneir esactl3; Known, and the flames Bather-is mild'and fir- on the in aPPGarS pressea -into SKle was secn- eonseaucntlv before aid antl the place if. was' t.aje.. So tar the company has ;o s.ave much of anvthing: A no euort to pull cars out of the f.u11 o! coal> v.-a's'a" tfonhtioccT rods from thiT house also took ni-g burned. The; loss was heavy'as j Stirling, Alta., Dec. morning about eleven o'clock iire -broke, out-in.-the inside' oi the Stir- .img PAtel.' At the time no one was at norne, but a "fire was left in the Would AbolishGty Tkee Commissioners Wanted to Devote tkir TJTT ;f f-n Tr V-TTT T w _-' ledt ierni with Recall Favored Information and Advice Qf] Salaries- r to City Ducks Robbers Seen; but iiunareas of ner- j. vi. uut.uj.ea.B-. is tn v Known, and flames n swers tne "me commission form council _ J' a'-coasidsra-ble..start on the in- government Questions sent our in'c; une. Every ve- the house' before any sign out- a sort of plebiscite about a month i ars pressed .into side was seen, consequently before aid'antl' tiie results are extremely are roar- 'reached tue place it was impossible esting. f Ques; C I f evening must jtiie S c TTTOTO' "h r r ixt io, i ur Or t Answers to tne nine commission form, council tne wniie lo of goveraraent anpssi-fhnc _ tour and against! L A coal The. number of- answers received a L Odi j ,t AAiwii V After being lost .sight- 0[ three R. Tories 'British Longer use aS SPECIAL CABUE that'is Probably "-Recall- TL Special Constable' if at have; 'again'' found- -Tv-ith-the. --.-police Question .devoted Three hundred and voted" v v wLtru. and fifty-seven voted Iri favor ot the devbt- on No. f a their whole ion No. 2, fax-oring a the-commissioners an'a saoject to the recall after now somewhere- in the itho :nmeea ..4 the trio were seen m the taking: _______ seen m toe The last question vrm On the date A '-v -dei-ective who located them of Possibilities-'that'' the 'electors..on the Mounted Police ior aSS of -twenty-five :ner others er' orderSI to tak'e .matters other than': trail-, all the: available.' oS'l" ri T the-, mur- i_ 'in the -union. The the ivemleux Act, tings, faliea to reach an the majority GAVE- TC Two others salaiyrahTf-37 aavocated a less 10, -Ie't't the Question ,un- Question -Q-acSu6n s; -think, that three commissioners -would 'be 'suffl-j brought by re Lindlcy to set aside his wmuu _ ne bequeatned an estate of.560000 to. w. J. Christie, chairman colleges answered in the'affirma- for the; companr m T 312 endorsing the C0m 7 t0 Sl30w of omitting to answer. pany, and minoritv report made the "willJ Question Plan -Mayor .Pelletler, of Port i'llamtltts he had teen undulvj Questions four and five are the most the are now trator for the men, are now in -C-Sd miais nanfls of the minister of Jabw property.. tSer ,.afiti0n.iJas from Otta- strike was inevitable. Stocks Drop TORONTO TELEPHONE USERS In four, 212 vot- ed in favor of abolishing the. present alclermanic council, placing all legis- "oi1 It; a votp UJ- -enunem to have -'tne' rt W necessary 3eacV Frantai tee; SweS Features oi-Vote hard, the" 'officers- Sl-1 e.' Features oi Vote A -peculiar- feature: of .the- ors wited in -favor -110 ahdorl -r.f __ J.T_ i as well as executive powers in i the hands of a commission, mak- GET cwp-ippro r l a.commission, and n GET CHEAPER PHONES jing the commissioners responsible the electorate. Those voting recorded on local stock natter, the best .bid being 152 this is ex-dividend. The stock sold "at Is at the beginning of this week is Address of Ont at the rGeat Peace Conference worst. of arbitration are in ca.cuialflT .better than the best efforts and that a por-' court" of arbitration oi jus- uce not of a diplomatic character :cr Tdlidl humanity should .strive Jr. us rnorul tas rfSLXl sc-ntiment oi T- Aiaung the; sneakers Juagc Riddle, of corrt of Ontario. Tn p v oi VGTV the justice laid special em on number of successful ar- that had brcn effected be- VS and Can- _ oo de-alt exhaustively went "w of an interna-j .JJa1Ure been settled with-i .ryir.rr f0 war. Hc referred to the sgrecmcnt regarding the r excessive charges trorm of government of 03 Twelve! -ted bv the? taeir unanswered on this! :n "abL non-commit- -n -abee ruled ,hat all outlying tal marginal notes r Premier Kave Mining Conditions in Alberta Investigated DELEGATION our Tariff reform an-d Lords .issues''are' not from bae-.-another: as voted in abolishin ed to raise the flat rate the citizens, but the not allow d ninety-two t by the n a reverse to the City Hall. and Hitherto, some as as ISO present lines for purposes, to whom the com- be The iss (vote in favor of retaining the council was 157 and a: question was no referendum question Lhe committee which drafted the-Ques- tion being under the impression that the matter is sufficiently covered by the y-eseut- compulsory submission money .bylaws to the electorate The questions and answers are full of information as to how ieel about, the questions compilation and tne .-ballots them- t 10 j selves IVlaCieod committee or c-uuiisiiing-: although the men were the-council as "shown by the vote in j Lundbreck on .one occa--'I Question sion, thev were to ;bers No Referendum propagandists ,on were P.rote9tlori m.England are .not. as''-'in-' _____________, -aamifactarers, Oreat num- sion, they were able to get-almost a are here absolutely de- day, s start on the officers, and on free trade' but. the peers apparently informed of the sreat Ianded it. isi of the chase. The police alsn the people t j vt unc of the chase. The police UJ. ,.VLU. theory that the men have a cache iu would Benefit cmormouslv, par- hills in the Crow's Nest' Pass a through increase "rents.- and that they were contemplating an-i argument would explain how' other daring hold-up when they were have been able to pre- forced to fiee ahead oi the officers. the Unionists in recent The trail left by the trio led into Lords, aided 'bv the mas-' Porcupine Hills, and the police v1 leader from Birm- 'ingham, have simply imposed their on the the peers -when it came to a show naturallp were away north Ul the lowing the fugitives River fol- 01 Two of the horses ridden by the po- Want Demonstration Farm Dec. council entrusts with the drafting of the commission plan, for its informa- tion and guidance. The bauots are all signed bv _ _ name the elector whose no doubt uac chase that they had to ,fce" left at a farm house., and although the officers of the police refuse to talk hi the matter, it is learned that' on more than one occasion some of their, were .almost drowned through their horses breaking-through the ice in L to veto tne purely mercenary, advantage (Continued on page to the P-ernie, Dec. results of the of 'nc diction Oi oncers for tho comine f V ;r 1' on the Great 'I'l-ar in district IS. U.M W Of a-v S Voul lhis iR to the in- A "9 a SQ rtralt with horc very N So wr a, of im, from, Presidrnf III An V ranainV V.r is mcalcul- '-or fat. Coal C'TOI- difficul- gave' Harin.ton SsR' s sxsfta' 'Tw2? plax hact been shown, but onov n-fvn Powell pH .Gamer and Siobbs Se- elected-IcNab and Jones Doubtful Returns not m arc all re- Pmvcii> Irom thc --v- x. IflAQf U .SiHj cnangft in one or moire Mr. Marshall could only tell the delegation that he would give their .request consideration, as he has vet I no announcement- to make as to the location of tie five demonstration farms winch he will establish. Two measures brought forward in !tlje legislature bv Cfaas. O'Brien, one jproviamg for amendments to the Coal i !Mines Act, and the other Drovidin- i ior fortnightly payment- o'f Elicit in Committee of thejj When the Coal Mines Bill came up P' jhaung been referred direct from the i bills committee to the whole f mentioned the! (lara oi his intention to appoint a i technical commission to enquire into condifons gcnerallv. and said that ho much preferred that the b-'U bo allowed to stand over. .T said hr_ thought tho-jcjrislaitire W. A. --.-7 was 3; _ed in this bill, and tn had .rntrrod the house 'i an.3P. said concern- i-s not that should SS Upon povcrnraont tlu- nr-. r int'ic be a SI1-ou'a cessity of a revision of minin- lations. HL- was and ri McNicol Re-elected Secretary-Will Re- mind Premier Sifton of Grant-Plans -of New Bsildtag Approved-Ladies as Honorary Directors The first meeting of the new direct-, for secretary.' insurer T TV ATX- v orate of rlie Aericulrnra? -'easurer, J. TV. IMcNicol urd.i -Association !.n.JJd Geo H Tnhnntnr, ir -as neid .ast nlsfcr ln the connciljwas electcS" and Wfth tlje taU made Utt.'e beside Tile of the Premier Sifton-Press' Rates Edmonton, 'J3ec. A. Buchan- an W. M. of Calgary, visited Premier S'ftoa wis morning lor the purpose of en- deax-oring to secure some jror newspapers, also some telephone Arrangements simliar to telegraphic press rates. They took up the matter of a new- Paper Izfcel Jaw. At present there is no libel law in Alberta and ther wish to nave one put through. The premier was also asked to a-- range for press rates over the long Qistance puoiies Both propositions met w'th faro- I'rom Premier Sifton. e -.............i riiu.ilaLinn rtan ,ilc bcrt Pll soo -r _ h' l- .ny.stipatiori into the death war. Js i; too much, he .1 -----o- "s wilt; yr fi- ui Kiu.lll'7 lhcrc Sow :auons- rile fjrst in order of policy as reeards the of tlje premier e cloctlon of a secretary-treasurer. Pursue in' the "Vpr- Thcrr n-an.v discussion arose as to the sal- soon ;0 te the ac! which wclv- no! iary tbG secretary-treasnrer last ai of the I'- foj" ron-w--u-as -at and }'R jycar- aRd !t wns stated that it had bpir'f i Serif I tTbe I t.'ie uaf> mnriv .10 jet telephone will -be at Umc. probably between 5 to 12 out and regular were s shall na- election n, iead in ffceat j mtraocr, Charles Garner and to this, not that it was____ Powell a lead pVC? into' -h- ?f in th, bill" I.100 raUCb' hut because thTbolrd had 100, mdicatine bis re- ,hiriy.0rif> 1 be eventually carried nm bv the I0rmally the 't A "thr> diai'- y CleClded t0 tho salary H ".n ma.i Jrave the chair on tho hiii flue8tion or last onn .n____. Board Clem jies. proceedings will watched by all part- (Continued on page tun cnair- i" uiup iac salarj- on the bill was or last year and fix the salary I til ifl H H tor tnis present'year at, 5400. i The following men were nominated agricultural experiment com. Kairfieid, Nimmons, Whitney and Pagnuclo. KEPT AN OPIUM JOINT Toronto, Dec. full of opium and evil smelling pipes exhibited in the police court this morning, as evidence Tee an joint, and Yes Chong. bia brother charged with selling opium. The -dru? and pipes were seized last nisht at l'-7 Queen street west by the police wh- raided the place. Tee Dock, the' Weorsre vi wbo the plac a delete to Scfafion3 coats (Continued oa page I drug. pleaded ;