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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. PAGES LETHimiDGE, ALBERTA, TUESDAY. UECEMHER 16, 1913 CENTS A Representative Deputation Waits on the Government at Ottawa KNOCK PROTECTION Seek an Increase in British Pref- erence and Free Food Products Ottawa. Out., Dec. vigorous irraSsmr.c-Li of the present iiroltt- Umist system, coii'ilej with a nnpd for a sweeping revision of were the features of a itcuiorial iiresenled by Ivcs or the Dominion (.'oimcil of Ap- iculture to Premier Ikjrdcn and his t, this morning. TRAIN WAITED AT CHURCH Operator WE fit iu Epworlh Lcs sue Signal to Stop Toronto, Dec, .church meeting was too much of an at- traction for the Grand Trunk op- erator at Dorchester, one station this side of London. He went to a meeting of fhe Epworth league, and forgot that he was a railroad man. He teft the order board; signal up. The International Lim- ited from Toronto, which came racing along at 7.35, does not us- ually stop at Dorchtster. With the signal against him, the en- gineer got out to see what was wrong. The operator could not be found, and It took 45 minutes to locate him. He was found at his church. NUMBEK 5 One Way the Exportation of Nalural Gas CouM be Prevented For the Storage Rice Ssys This; City Was'nt Given a Square Deal SiFTON'S p- uf j the city today, Uoini; Premier Borden to Have Ma'ter >ir. signed ati agiccnienl it: Brouglil lo His Attention by SHOE .KOI Man Worked lo a High Posit- ion in a Big Chicago Store NOW IS PARDONED l as lo vvl.cn SELECTED CAUCUS DATE BY CONSERVATIVE AS THE CANDI- IN YORK, N.B. St. John, N'- H-, Oec. elcclitin in county to fill vacancy caused by the nppohitiLfnl- ui .0- S. .Cruckcl. M.I'., ta Alberla Communities Medicine HaS, Alta., Celled up over the 'phone taday as to. the attitude of the provin- cial government on the exporta- tion of natural gas, Premier Sif- ton said that he had not given the matter- much cciuideratfon as h.4 did not think the proposal of and CnEEc's companies is will c Iliun ULC cf in i ifli'iMftC .at C.iiiiary, said tiiiit in'lite liriilgc1 had i.ulr hcirt) j ami if Ihc, go? en t'n into consoler at ion1 liacc liad the clflvafiir gary, and beHerci j Remarkable Case in Illinois- Court Judgement Had Been Pigeonholed The mciiiorl.il, which was iirespntcd 1 prcinc court limfli of NCU- 1 was feasible, as the exportation of iy Huilerick MacKcnzte, ppcrfitary of he Manitoba (train "was sup- ik-meuteil (jj- a nn.inlicr cf resolutions Lcaling Mlth tjuesiionH or various 5m- iortaiite to the agricultural coinir.un- iy. The Ontario members stood wUh Tie busier n members hi tbeir dc- has been fivud for .hmuaiy 7, ions will dose tm Al a t-aucus of Ifnding Conserva- tives held in Frederick t cm a few days it Hint lion. Ii. I-1. ML-I.cod, provincial secretary] in ilie New Urunsukk cabinet, It IB, gaff, to the demands be parly nominee. This will be ratified bv the convention December Uy this year's deputation bmplnie. crcii more sweeping tariff JcvisEons thru: contained in (he iicmorial of 1910. Reciprocity, as of- rir'eil in lau, with fren food, free ag- 'icnlturaE free lumber, ceni.cnt, free jneat.'and free fiour. an increase iu .Uie Urt- Preference cent., Ui; towaiiJs free trade "n-iih Ilrilain iti are'i lie main-demands of ;io ngricuUural Tfiprescntalives. Coupleti "expression, of loy- J'll'j to there is fcsoluiIpiiJurgins :ibitt -G'reiit jrltaih be grantetl "alt the. trade'con-' enjoyed by other countries t-om JTbe dejiiitnticm 'contended tbat re- pr'ccity, whicli still stands on llic tatnlc of the United States, liotriJ be accepted hy liy 'iis picl. many food. products wore placeil on the tree list, uhli? ere only a slight reduction w implomtnls. Cement was .it on llic free list. Thy Ueiinlaiiou urged ttiat the rms of tlie'pact IJD by cl] conditions. food products-net dealt uilh In the reciprocity agreo- eiit should, according lo the mem- placed on the free list. Tlie deputation declared Itself as, op- jfcd to the putting into effect of niarkets imtit such time ne all Vmiiial elevators have bccti taken or by the government. They ex- jSSErt gralifjcation at (he huKding llin terminal at -Port Arthur, and thai all terminals lie tan- Oiit of private hands in Uie near uirc. (Cor.iitille ROBERT. EAKINS HAD NASTY EN- COUNTER WITH- A. THUG AT CRANBROOK Crar.bioulv', returning to the.city this eve rung af- ter collecting the monies .from.scver- pas long distances had hitherto proved more provable to tht promoters than to the investors or cansumers. Hcwcver, Ing cffhand, did not think the companies couTd overrule the pro- hibition of the provincial autfiori- lies to take pipes across or along roarf allowances, and th- provin- cial government vjould have to be shown btfore permission to do so would te given. Boards of Trade of towns in the natural gas area are co-operating to brtng the matter before Pre- mier Borden, ta make It absolute- ly certain that Alberta's natural heritage will not be exploited by capitalists. Mr. Letij- square; ml 191 Ikv. olfal-jtu VirnfLl cjun.'cr iu Ohi- -losliiu Tcdiord. former tug or the elevator at U._- latter place Chicago pulicrmwi, escaped Jis niciely it poetical I.nli-jillg a srntcm.-i- ;t rlorical rr- iu estimation, is imly ror, were paidi.iitd ludny by Uovci- j logical point in the provide fur such jut.r elevator, and CaU-siJ bas GOJ t the hoard WEST GOES TO DATTLEFORO riiargu cf iljf iiiviit of ihe X. Lt.s been to tcn. (fr is t.rrc- liatilcford, ir turn f.ys hy Suja. Wp't, of .Vark- Orntk. Suni. at Crook.. vi-as recently In- sj-Wtor at Lttlibridge. Unless Citizens Pay Up Their Arrears Without Further Delay BANK'S DEMANDS I _____ Object to Advancing Money on Arrears of Taxes Lony Outstanding GREAT GATHERING AT BI.OEM- FCN'TEIN WHICH' IS IN- TfcRPRETED AS BEING HOSTILE ]an and for it whatever. r Me. Itirc was 'lo the inthnuUon.he had made- tui a Sprc.ious visit, thai iio uould pay j tV.e farmers in Southern Alberta six- iiy cfhts for all thu barley ihey Iraisc. provided "of1 course lhat it was jtop Krode. lie stijl maiulains that he coiild do this ailer the 6f his plant here, hut iJcniC5.lh.il hi: meant lo the I mp'anhig thai lie coiild pay ii for hur- I ley be shipped-'-.id- WiiLiiipcg. lie j figures that ]ID cou.M jsave itiougli on fhc freJEht tn and tin the mail rcl'urncd, W- .iviirraut raying such a price, anrl he will do it the farmers ol-southern Albcrla give him "ilin support that- he is ir.en't of his is for''a iiuslnj uf barley at sail! he. can maka "oiicidolliir a huaitel-vjut ni if he, frcits'. If -16 live -stock. Mixed farniirig is the hackboiic of prosperous .farming in anr cour.try, and barley is 'ihe ir.bst prufitable mixed urm crop, i Lj__..-_ jt Js aDd jj tnc Vurk, Dec. c.ibl Africa, ia I'nitcd rifies from i arc holding the i-jty have ionic I tbr inofifv ib nut" iue. shynly. Mjyor llardic ami no uut- .should Vntiv.- bct- a uill be in- rarly ISO I. The 'backs' ug a justifiable rs v, ill simply have lo make 'sosr.e [-iTort iu Hnbiliiy to 1 the BVCM! hotels; Cov- enl Garden How I'o- lice Courl; llic .Vatloual Si-o.-ttng dull. nnd a nuinber of gre.M frintlnK cunli- MINISTER OF MILITIA HAS DIQ SCHEME TO TRAIN ENTS IN WARFARE Ottawa, Dec. turn a iindred C'annilinrf uaivcislly slialcnts inlo iiiililia olTirers is 'the of a big silincc nhich lion. [Col. Ministrr 'ol Mil- [itia, is now u-orxinj; up. I The scheme start-; on witli the of a sile itir i( r.turknts' resilience and aiinorj at McCill rniWrsity Irorn I.fird Tills is Major II. tl.e National Transvontiiicnlal I mission, givrs ;v site in iind b'Jililings, the total lo chary; of M. Pelirson. (sou of rcinripal I'clersnli. of McHill University, Ihe ilircctio'n' oi Col. Ilic ll.in. Iliiglifs. Minister as sccrcf.u-y awl, ilircctor ni the i trainitg lyslem. lie I (.'ainbrirlgc Univcrsily. C.P.Rl ENGINEER WAS DRUNK Ingcrsoll, Onl, Dec. a engineer, of Weal Toronto, j was (iuiMl Hslcrday: for helns idriiul; while'In chance ol the engine' Icf-.i frclghl Irain. cf packing pbut was a good are under' canvas and ,eiis arrears (or. taxes raving in prolwtla spe.-ial erto tbeir lax Panama, Use. OUO proplc. tjie "V.'e are of Ihe 'opiniun that sht'is proiahiy innocent oi the crime of.vljich he. is c-hargcd antl con- victed and that. for. Bny. event the doubl as to bis guilt is more .than reasonable'and is so wri'lity otcbar-l acter that cxecnfive. clemency has hccn exercised." I COULD'NT SERVE .MEAL Cle; eland, Oliio. Hotels lierc ux-re tuiiy liaiupered by :i strike oi unitiu TLc dining room lei one hotel was closed ar.il "another was hy ImKi a force. 1'iiion leaders prcflictctl strike spread lo all the principal hotels. Kf- forts v.cre made lo induce other ho- HUSBAND OUT or WORK FAMILY. ARE IN NEED OF HELP Icl cinjiioyces to join u ficj.o demar.ds include I S5.0rj ajiuinUi, a AND Barters. llic iyaiters, an increase nf and .The Chrislrr.as fund is growing To as These the Herald Fund Will Bring Cheer -il are entertained liiat during this .week it vail roach fro- portiohs Eiifficicni 16 supolv cverv coed. Tr.c liandeomc offer of Hie lluii- son's Day Cc. lias eau.-cd a lot JGUELPH RECTOR CALLED TO VANCOUVER Ont.. Dec. Aril- ileacoa of St. George's Cliurrli, lias received a vail to Si. n 5 Vancouver. f.'ie eity'E1 share of cost. WANTS TO BORE FOR OIL. AT. THE 'HAT Mco'ieiRc Hat, A, J. Alcock is asking the city lo release to him the.oil rlghts'held by the city or. one section of land that he may organize a company to bore for oil; if unsuccessful Fie agrees to return the leas: to the city. SIR WILFRID IN TORONTO pleasure, n'nd there is no doubt but i WHliara PRESIDENT PARDONS HIM D.O. Dec. J- Morton.! v.'ao. ieivcd a that.Mivate (lonatiors n-ill ha plropie. ;twm Atlanta I'caitcnllaiy with That there is "need not j-1'1'''3" Unv.-ttonic lor in only by the investigations1 of the as-' lninlnz alocS sjlllns frjniis. has Ic-in encles Ihrougli v.liich ir.oaey Is lo lardoncil ty l-rcs'.dcnt Tho i be spent, List also through the ntim- j hsr of letters received by the Heri'.d. I------ I This morning's mail brought 003 Troii! [a.woman on the side of Ihcl.i j track, who ivrllea; "I n ish yon would send ir.e Jnnie- i.-. thing for'Chrlstnins, na I have four I X children, nsd ijiv husband is out and has been for prime time i hi3 ciril rights. Dec, Wil-' frid Is in Toronto lo- day, the giiest of Toronto. Unl- versily. Tonight ho is a guest of. honor at the University Col- legc dinner, where.rainy isis. -i tingeished persons will be yre- sent. Damage a Church MORRISON'S NILARLY MAJORITY A THOUSAND Urervovl. I'tc. jscltc fmail today dirt ilainasa lo SI. Anno's .Church hew. Tlir; clalls OD Ilic sontli side of (tn riii-rc'i were and ilii! Fplcnillil rin.il returns from Macdaaald oJ. Knlrnnc? gained thraii'gli'a IIM- piass wlni'ow, which the In- Joriiy or -MorriEoa srenshccl. to V23