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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME TEN PAGES December CENTS Go Through Com mons and be Rejected By the Lords ONE GOOD JOKE Unionist Members Delivering Speeches Con servative Newspaper Man AUSTRIAS HIGHHANDED ACT steamboat vice between Venice arid Trieste has been suspended for six days by the Austrian The Lloyd packets liavo been requisitioned for the transport of Tho com mercial interests are protesting ag ainst tills ELDER STATESMEN DIDNT HELP EMPEROR CALLS ON KATOSURA committee stage of the home rule bill was comfor rlsl pleted in the house of commons with out further disturbance by tlie Un They are reserving them selves for a groml outbreak on tin vision of the third readingwhicl cannot be taken until about the sec ond week in Owing to the deliberate policy of the opposition in absurdly protracting discussions trivial a great part of the bill was closured without any dis cussion and this is the great point that will he made in the house of That house is expected to give the bill its first reading and then reject it on second Already the Unionist peers have been notified that the largest possible muster is expected to demonstrate the over whelming hostility to the bill in the house of If the unionists can LIVERPOOL STOCK MARKET Rogers calbe thatwith the reopening of the Irish ports there was n fair supply at Bifkehhead today and rlces were reduced from last weeks ligh Todays quotations may given as 12V4 to per pound Emperor of Japan has decided to issue tomorrow a special rescript ordering Prince Taro Katfiura to form a owing to the fact that the older statesmen af er a number of conferences havo Tailed to recommend anyone as pre mier to take the place of Marquis The selection of the other members of the cabinet by Prince It is take some but it Is thought the new cabinet will bo complete by It fs understood that Takaaki Ambassador to Great will be come foreign and Baron former minister of com will receive the port folio of llinistor of the Only 25 Per of Leth bridge Issue Was Taken at 92 not get it rejected by a ten to one vote they will not he In order to come within the provi sions of the veto act the hill must h Have Sufficient Number Cows Signed for to Make a Good Start At last Lethbridge is to have After an agitation extern Ing over several a parti c local men headed by dairymen in th and Johnson in th have formed a company to be known as the Lethbridge Creamerj hBre is no doubt that the remalmlr part ofthe Christmas holidays go ing the bill for so that necessary revision may be made report stage in tho House of Tlie Unionists were exposed to great discomfiture on the last even ing of the committee when Jeremiah produced a circular addressed to the Unionist members with tho approv 1 the Unionist loaders offering them ll readymade sprachps for delivery mllkme near the city against any clause in the home rule This circular was signed Solo mon an editorial wri er on a Conservative ai il it is stated that Roscnbaum woulu he under the gallery of the house of commons the sittings on the home willing to give the Union ist members suggestions for There is no doubt tliat Rosenhautn supplied the hulk of tho speeches dr livercd by minor Unionist members paraphrases speeches deliver d when Gladstones hills were under consideration and taken from the re Government Is Strong Tho government last week brought the Home Rule bill successfully over its committee stage in the House of After tho shock of the reversal on the financial amendment of the governmental majority on the bill ministered with clockwork regu and has done its work so well that the governments support ers arc now prophesying that the Liberals arc far from being close to their last will continue in pow er for two years and certainly they not at acting like men who had reached the end of their Tho company will a tempor ary site in the as near the cen tre Later it is their in to secure a site on the city industrial The charter of the company lias also been having been signed in Edmonton last the names of those apnearang as rounders if the company are A ind and Smith of Leavitt and a living near The company is endeavoring to obtain tbscribers from among the men en in dairying within a radius of to 75 so that PlncSer Cardston and Canriangay will j all be Already the company has promises of milk from enough cows to make it possible to do worth of busi less in the first and the com appointed to select a site ex jiects to report soon so that no time may be The articles of incorporation give the company wide They may pastuerize homogenize milk make manufacture erect and carry on a cold storage make and sell artificial I And if the business develops as they SETTLED COMPROMISE strike of the employees on the North eastern Railroad was settled yesterday by a partial surrender on the of the men and some concessions by the the city of Lethbridge per issued at the pub tic takes twentyfive per and the seventyfive per The city of Moose Jaws 5 per at by the Bank of Montre have been fully subscribed by th The and the re cent Saskatoon Iscue are the only new Canadian loans to be com pletely satisfactory ThiE proves that the English Investor Insists oh a clear 5 per NORTHERN TO RUN 530 MILES OF ROAD BY TRICITY earned here that the Great North Railway will electrify its route ween New Rockford and which is now under conetruc The line will be 53D mill and is through one of trategic sections in the northweS s believed that the possibility irge curtailment of expenses aused the company to build the he railroad will be operated as the Ipntana and a corporation ontrolled by Great Northern inter DESPERADO WAS BENIONM1E ESCAPED JAIL SHOT A MAN ANO WAS RECAPTURED BY BRIDGE CREW suspected ot being Frank who a week ago escaped from Brigh ton where he was held for mur entered Denver and Ilio Grande station at twenty miles west of last held up the station and three other marched them down the struck Maxfiald over the head with his and then shot him An hour and twenty minutes after the holdup and the bandit was captured in the Ice bunker of a refrigerator car by members of a bridge He is now in jail at Red He gave his hanie as refused to answer any other ques I PEACE MARRIED MAN AGED 84 YEAR En a young wan marrie last night George ag Sl who is ill at a private ho this who had arrived from the Unite appeared at the hospital an orbade the The weddin created considerable excitement BOURASSA FLAYS BOTH LEADER Wlltfi Laurier wishes at all costa to add t Bordens says Henr the Nationalist I an article In Le Devoir today In whic he flays the leaders of both the go ernment and the Arrested Here on Complaint from Northern City Team work between Cuddy ot the Calgary police end and Chief Da is of the local force at the m completed will ost more than OVERSEAS ANNUAL Considerable interest is lown in the annual meeting of the other resulted this afternoon in the arrest of provincial manager for the Imperial Life Assur with headquarters at Cal arrested on a wire from charging him with big His wife and family are living in He has been in at the Lethbridge Hotel for some time with wife When searched a 25 cent bottle of MI strength carbolic acid was found in his What are going to do with this was the question asked by the con stable who affected the I was thinking of drinking it Dodd replied Later when he was taken down to the the accnsel man was asked DID NOT ENJOY OFFICE of the suc cessful candidates for the Board of Control at Fridays municipal elec died this evening in the person of who had long iden tified himself with local FREIGHT RATES ON SETTLERS EFFECTS REDUCED TO SAME AS CALGARY An announcement of much import ance to Southern Alberta has just been made by the freight In the last issue of freight tariffs just an in crease of practically ten per cent on settlers effects routed via Kingsgate is arranged The rate to Lelh bridge previously was 561 now it Is The rate also affects points south of Lethhridge and as far east as Formerly the rate to Magrath was 581 this has been reduced by Some time ago this matter was brought to the notice of the Board of Trade by who brings annually a large number of settlers from the Western He show ed that the rates then in effect were higher to Lethbridge than to Cal Plan to Avoid Disfranchisemen of Ratepayers Work on New City Charter If a new clause bj Major Hatch is added to city charter which will be considered by the islature in it will hcreaf ter he the fault of the1ratepayers of Lethbridge themsohes if their names are not on thevoters when the council meets this to con sider the charter lor the first time the mayor will submit a clause where by all names will to ue added to the lists by always been moire less trouble the said Mayor Hatch of the on is always falls on the shoulders of the city officials Bj the lists open for one month during tlie fall all ratepayers could to the jolty produce their and be placed on the This procedure will considering the demand at the present they expect to be carrying on business all these lines within the next or three After the new company commences in then nothing but past eurized milk be delivered to housekeepers in Tills will be good news to the people of this for the health board has ad vocated just such a course time and On tho the talk of land reform heard so persistently in tlie sain within tlie past two early is bdne and it is In tnc pastucrlzation of milk noth now staled that ms is It is merely a process will begin his campaign in the tho germs are killed and all tcr first of the foreign particles are The Overseas which takes place tomorrow night in SL Augustins Hall All interested are urged to the incident of the poison and said I am tired of life and want to The arrest was made very easily as a result of the wire from the Calgary Little can be learned about the movements of the wanted man during the past three it is learned that while in Lethbridge three weeks Dodd married the little English girl at the holel cigar They lave been living here for the past staying at the How the first wife in Calgary found out the particulars is not as all information and arrangenents leading up to the arrest were n the hands of the Calgary Continued on page aiinougn tne distance is shorter A meeting was arranged between the Board of Trade and general freight agent at with the result that the rate fs reduced n the new and Southern Alberta now has its proper PU Yl HAS WHOOPING COUGH The Chin ese Emperor fs suffering from an attack of the whooping according to a Peking despatch to the Daily The before he was proclaimed to that position was Prince Pti He Is six years Q 4 GREEK FLEET WORSTED i Const The Turkish fleet engaged the Greek fleet off the Island oE Lemnos this accord ing to an official telegram from the The Greek fleet wns compelled to withdraw from the British Nation to Honor Whitelaw London IJritish 8ov from rar racCi tlpshl Is in vogue in and of tlie and works I be lieve it is also used in Manitoba and in connection with pro vincial It puts rate payer on the same and makes it his own fault if his name is not on the The council will hold its last regu lar meeting tomorrow but the charter will not likely be consid ered at that owing to the amount of routine business to be disposed Mayor Hatch stated this morning as the ratepayers had said in no uncertain voice that they want straight commission govern the council is going to do its part to bring it about before stepping out to make way for the new legisla A special will be arranged and to this special meeting will be invited the members of the new city the Business Mens and any other citizens who may be The hardest Mayor Hatch would be to decide the pow ers the three and Ball is information from other cities which will help to solve The countil will also discuss at the special the matter of insert ing a clause in the new re the cost of revenuepaying utilities as a charge against the citys borrowing and also allowing the city to assess them as if they belong ed to a private This course Sir Edward Grey Wel comed Delegates to Brit ain in Felicitous Address ALL HOPEFUL Upon the Deliberations Hinges General Peace or War in Europe The principal conditions of demanded by the alliet comprlit mmedlate turrendcr of the Turklah Fortresses of Adrlanople to the girriioni of which full military honors will be granted Evacuation of eastern Europe by ey far ai Tchatalja to a line to be delimited on the spot the o and the payment by y of a war and of the enses Incurred by allies on ac ount of the Turkish prisoners The allies In return are prepared to rant complete amnesty to the ilman population in the territorial hey annex for any act of hostility uring the war the return of all prl onen the recognition of the spirit al sovereignty of the Sultan becoming subjects of the ilkan and the free adminls atlon by the Mussulman of their ous foundations in the To these conditions has now dded the taking over by the Balkan tates of that part of the Ottoman ublic debt corresponding to the ter torles which they unless the owers low them to deduct that part frorrt e indemnity imposed upon which thus remaln their luncment of and that even ent have to what There is in to whether he more than shadowy to that a British battleship milk will all be brought to the central i mates where it will be first i a after which it will bHv of tno lalc ambassador to native There ij details A it still his colleag only the his policy some himself fa idea of lu uu In a general he believes tiiat for eight or ten days under ordinary the large owners of lant should bear housekeeping the principal share of the lost of At the present time nearly every government or ese that the land srecer in Lethbridge carries a supply should go back again to the of homogenized milk shipped in from any caso it seams to be his idea factories of the Laurentia at be heated for about half an hour to HO This disposes of all the The milk is then cooled in a special chamber and This process makes it possible to keep nilll f in a sweet and wholesome condition trlDutc to the Premier Asquith in announcing this decision of the government formally in the house paid a graceful sharing with us by birth and inheritance not a few of our most cherished traditions and participat when he comes here by what I may drscrie eis his riglus of our domestic interests and cele body of the late ambassador to his native I am certain I am interpreting the sentiments of the whole liouac when I venture in the name of the members to offer to the late am bassadors family and to the presi nrpL o mum ami lo tne presi The otice has been held and adorn dent and people of the United States cd by long succession of distiu our deep and heartfelt symnathy or but I am not using the the loss of one who was a great Vra was advocated by during the recent election cam if followed would give the city an added borrowing power the value of the in this that is tin street waterworks and electric light being aproximately Other points which have been ed on by the Mens associa and other will al so be discussed at the special i f u u UUL i am not using tne 1 s none the less at and it is hoped that the city charter VoT Sal S to be of Bejorc proceeding with the orders of its manifold Ynd exacting duUcs Sympathetic of the I would aGk the leave cf the gathered experience of a veteran from all parts of the House ofCom you avo assemed I posal that the liorly should he ion1 when an castbonml freight left a Irak acoomplishinir lieit yeyed the Inlted States on Jen rail lasl of fortv of c I He him a llrI Inilpil KUtrs liii delegates Montenegro recce assembled at noon today Jn e picture gallery ol James Pal e to meet the Turkish dclegatesiri the conference which is to settle the question whether there is to be peace or a continuation of war in the The plenipotentiaries Were welcomed by Sir Edward British foreign His ad dress was brief but full ot good things for the success of the gather He said His Majesty tin King desires me to convey to you his welcome and express his best for the success of your It is my agreeable duty to welcome you on behalf of His Majestys govern and I say with what pleasure your presence is regarded in this His Majesty the be ing anxious to facilitate your task has placed these rooms n James Palace at your disfios I trust you will find then suit able and at the same time I assure vou that His Majestys government viil do all in its power to promote your Vou I find in this country an atmosphere of calm and impartiality which will be favorable to your work and within these rooms which you occupy you will be really on neutral ground where there will be no policies except your There arc difficulties in nil nego tiations for peace after a I will not attempt to estimate what they may he in your They have no doubt been the subject of full in structions to each set of delegates from their respective but there can he no nobler task than to overcome those difficulties and to accomplish peace as of your own efforts and vour own In this way you will lay foundations nn I will Vc built true wisdom and the pros national anil future of your Without that statesmanship the gains f war are of little or no worth to uture With states manship the losses of war cao repaired and bitterness merged you will se whole of Eu Continued uu pago Contlmicd on page ;