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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME vr. TWELVE PAGES f [LIVER DEFEAT Alberfa. Thursday, December Jit, 1W12 Liberals Nominate Popular Ex- Mayor of Red Deer for the Legislature Herr Freis Good Obstructionist Scheme to Help Out Refreshments Red Deer, Altn., one of the best attended most en- thusiastic political conventions ever held in this riding, Mayor K. Welliver, of lied Deer, was this af- ternoon tendered the nomination of the Liberal and will lie the .standard bearer of that party at the next provincial general elections. The convention was characterized by its unanimity, no oilier name be- ing considered by the delegates, and Ulayur being given the nom- ination by acclamation. Several speakers referred to the standing of tlie nominee and his past record in afTairs municipal, which record was such that Ibsl year he was Riven his second term as chief executive f.[ the city hy acclamation, and predicted that when the votes were counted up on election day, it would be found that the .electors Of the riding would lie behind'Mr. Welliver as strongly'in provincial elections as they have iiccn civic .elections in the past. Mr. Wc.llivcr's opponent will be E. E. iUiehener, leader oi the Con- servative in Alberta, who is at pres- ent away in California on a holiday trip. Government Features of tlie convention yester- ilay were t.wo important annonricc-- n.'ents by Mr. Charles Stewart, min- ister of municipalities in the Siflon administration. Mr. Stewart announ- ced that the government had already adopted a policy of government as-' sist-.ir.cc to elevators, and would in- troduce legislation covering this mat- ter'at the next session of the leuis- lature in February, and also that the initiative and referendum would Vienna, Dsc. Frcis lias broken all records for long speeches in the dual monarchy by speaking [or from Tuesday li o'clock im- noon Wednesday in the lower house, of the Austrian parliament o tlie. debate on the moholization bil Herr Frcis was surrounded by squad of Czechs deputies who olitaii ed for him short spells of rest h organized interruptions and counte interruptions among themsclvc .while he was heartily munching choc olale or drinking milk or lemonade Other deputies who were determine to maintain their ground at the ob slructionists, made plans'for a pro longed'sitting. Divans were "install ed in the corridors and on them depi tics slept in batches during the night iv j DEFENCE TRYING1 TO PROVE THAT "KITTY" WAS FOR RE- FRESHMENTS ONLY' be adopted at the coming session. The announcements were received with enthusiasm, anil the policy of the government in- regard to these matters was fully endorsed. WILL WELCOME ALL ON BUSI NESS BENT BUT NOT IDLE SIGHTSEERS Princeton, N. J., Deo. days of public receptions in the big east room of the White House are numbered and in the nest adminis- tration people will not be received at the executive mansion merely for the purpose of siu-.king hands or gazing in curiosity at the president of the United States. President-Elect Wilson declared last, night that he saw no use in spending time just to receive people who had no public business to transact at the White House. He also indicated that he would not attend very many of the ban- quets that national societies of vari- ous kinds hold in Washington, and to which Urn president is so regular- ly invited. "Many of these he said, "represent in'.'portant objects and I appreciate (he possibilities of their assisting government work, but 1 really don't sec any need of to the banquets of the organizations. It might he better to address the busi- ness meetings of these societies. Mr. Wilson said that his open door pol- icy would be preserved at the While House, so far as it was phys'cally possible and that be intended to have the doors m the executive, of- iiccs thrown wide open so th.it Hie president would be accessible at all times, but only to Ihose 'who have business to transact.1 Fighting every foot of the way, tne case tor the four alleged gamblers, Leahy, Moffat, Lazaruk and Ferguson, was resumed this morning before (istrate Elton and Inspector .West. The case being under, the'code, the i defence is.on its and no chance j is let slip to score on the prosecution. The case occupied'the most ot the I forenoon, and enlarged until 10.30 tomorrow morning. The evidence taken was that of the prosecution, and was" confined to the provincial who hart taken a hand In ;the was on when the raid took place. In cross-examining, Mr.- Palmer laid particular stress on the evidence re- I latlng to the amount of money taken out of the pot by the banker, 'Beards- ley. The defence is-evidently trying to prove that the amount'of rake-off .was not more than sufficient' to-pay' for the liquid refreshments. The evidence Is similar In every waj to that adduced last Saturday when Beardsley was committed for being the keeper of the game. CENTS Number. Tenant's Franchise, Married Women's Franchise, Police Com- mission and Government of the City by Three Paid Com- missioners the Outstanding Features The People Commiiiloner of Public Works f Works Property; A Boulevards; Stores t Stabler Commissioner of Fin. f Finance; License and Police; Public Safety Publicity, Health; Fire. Curmnissioner or Public Utllltlei Water; Light; -Street I Railway; Gas, etc. HIS DOGS OF Old'Salt "Three More of Them to Feed. AMERICAN SUFRAGETTE MARTY'RS v Peekskiil; N.Y., Dec. steady dow'iipou-r greeted the quartette 'of suffragettes when .they prepared today to resume their march to Albany with a message' to Governor Sulxer. They had before them a walk to'Fishklll, the day's tramp of the journey thus far. HOLDUP MAN DETAINED SWITCH- AWAY JUST IN TIME London, Ont.. Dec. hold- np of H. J. Castle, a Grand Trunk switchman litre this morning by an unknown robber nearly resulted in the wrecking of the Chicago express. Castle was forced to hand over his watch and some silver. When the conductor of a freight came to In- vestifjate, why the switch was nol thrown for the express Ihe thug toolc (o his heels, and Castle threw the switch just in time to save the ox- press. Taber Samples Highly Praised -Will Start Kiln 501000 Daily Capacity... MESSRS. FREAM AND QUINSEY ADDRESSED FOR WIDER MARKETS Dec. was a 'big turn-out of farmers here yesterday at a rally of the U. F. A. At noon din. ler was served, and afterwards speech -Taber, Dec. Manager Howard, of the Canada' West Coal Company, received, from bis office in Minneapolis, ..samples .of :brick made from .clay wjiicb is to. be found in the Canada West .mine. Some few months ago. Mr." Howard' conceived the idea that the.clay which abounds in the mine would make good brick and clay products, and he accordingly took the matter .up with the directors who siatedyithat If reports verified his opinion in regard to the possibilities for. making brick and other clay pro- ducts, that they would foe prepared o put In a plant with an equipment second to none in the west. He at once sent down a large quan- tity of the clay, and this was turned over to a brick factory in Ohio to experiment with. They made quite a number ot different styles of brick, md pronounced it the best brick that they had ever seen. To further strengthen the report of this com- pany, the directors gave a sample to ..in. v.muh a chemist in Minneapolis, who pro- is wereulclivcrcd by .1. C. M: nounccd it as being composed of all Mrons, vice-president of the U. F. A. essentials for making the best or Alberta, and E. J. Frcan, of Cal-! brick. This was more than pleasing gary, general secretary. The scuti-j.t" the directors who at once sent neat of nil tho speakers favored to .Mr. Howard that they 'would r markets and direct legislation. I start cousi-ruelion of the most mort- 1 ern plant in Western Canada. Mr. Howard states that the plant will have a capacity of bricks per day, if necessary, and that work 01 i- will start Immediately. This will mean the employment ol over three hundred men, and to ac comodate these, many new houses will have to he built. There are several samples of the different bricks on display at the Ca- nadian Bank of Commerce, and some HE HAS BOUGHT A FINE HERD HEREFORDS mm N One of the finest herd of beef cattle ever brought into this country has just, been brought in by John McD. Davidson, pi Ooaldalc, who is one of the most young farmers in Southern Alberta..' Mr. Davidson was a well -known stockman when he lived in Ihe-cast, but on west caught the fever, like everyone else and went in for exclusive grain ra'.s- j ing- He has found that the gctHrich- quick possibilities of grain raising are rather doubtful an.1 will return to the policy of having more than, one source of income on his, [arm. Mr. Davidson knows cattle like a book and he banks on the Hcrefords for beef-making, and says the herd he has imported will strmd comparison with any in the them in Saskatchewan from one of the best known Hereford stables in Can- ada and'.they ore certainly dandies. Tile-herd includes 25 head of cows, aged five years ten 2 year olds and eight yearlings. He has also bought twenty-one calves, of which thirteen are bulls. These he proposes to put on the market soon and give the farmers of this district a chance to get, .something classy at a moderate price. Jlr. Davidson's name as a farmer will give his judgment con- siderable weight and his example will doubtless bo followed by manv others. Tilings Avent mcn-ity at the special meeting'-of- the City Council to consider the now City, Charter last-.niglit. Here are some of the more important" matters dealt with: f Extended tlie franchise to all women voters over tlie age of 21 years Avho are British subjects and who, have the property qualifications ncccssajy as in tlie case of men voters. Will extend the franchise to tenants with cer-' tain restrictions. Divided the office of Secretary-Treasurer, who shall hereafter be known as "oily cleric" and "treas-' urer" respectively. Made the hours for keeping open the polls from 9 a.m. till 8 p.m. .Fixed the duties of the commissioners, who shall be three in number, with power to increase the num- ber on referendum vote. Set date on which charter shall come into effect 60 days after same'is passed by the Provin- cial Legislature.' Did .SOT set forth boundaries of the city, leav- ing this matter. for the special meeting next Monday night, to allow the G.P.E., to be represented. considered suggestion to make pol-' ling day a public holiday) so that all workmen can vpte nothing settled yet. Eccehed Mayor Hatch's recomineiulation that the. voters' lists be compiled by registration method -not acted upon as yet. Made tho term of oflicc for each commissioner a three-year term, one to drop out cacli year. Adopted the preferential form of ballot. Did not consider the question of salaries of com- missioners. Left the matter of qualifications of nominees for cbmmissionerships to be decided at a later meeting: NINE STOREYS BE BUILT OPPOSITE PU3LIC LIBRARY Lepas, Man., Dec. H. .McNeil secretary to Chief Engineer .Ara, strong, of the Hudson's Bay Railway, md manager of the construction de- partment, arrived in town on Tuesday ahead of the big shipment of stet-l rails for the read. Twenty cafs are now in tho yards here being unloaded Calgary, Dec. to 1 lite plans being suhn.'itled to the Y. M.C.A. for the new bu.lilinj; to be erected on the site opposite the i public the committ, c in j charge is contemplating a magnific- ent structure and one that will be able to all mem crsiir the uc'.t 25 years. Although the bit Ming will not lie erected.' and finished before 1811, nevertheless of the stores of tlie town, and it is j tlie opinion of all who have seen them that they arc second to none. DIVORCED PEOPLE IN STATES MUST NOT MARRY WITHIN ONE YEAR That aldermanic government, in Lethbrldge will be a thing of the past after the first of July next at the very latest Is the indication at the present time. The excellent progress which is being made with the new charter assures its consideration at the com- ing session of the Alberta Legislature and in the charter provision is made whc'reby the 1913 council shall give -lotice of an election for commission- ers within thirty days after, the bill is passed by the legislature, the elec- tion to be held within the next thirty days after such notice is given.. the legislature generally finishes..up its business for the session some tiros in .March, the first election for com- missioners should be held between May 2'I and July 1. (Continued on page London, Hoc. coffin con- inlng the hotly cf the late Ambassa- certain positions will re rn'slien as soon as finances will permit, to r- lCltl ls CMVWl a' licvc the departments tint are rov to Portsmouth on Londmi' nw 10 now m "-no yards here being unloaded the departments tint a-e -o.v to rortsmonth on Wariklm "P, by J' F1Cm'nS' who for overcrowded. In order that a uild- f lrajn' accompan- lah in i Chamber- tnis pan of tne workf Krm 1o mcct led by representatives cf the Drilisb lain in 'n'Ri rT J oi tne wont, and seven nun- ucinium, af "nioon fni. f" I "t Hudson's B.iv June- be erected and at the same time, sovernment, and by the staffs of the lbe awaiting transportation ,o large and known of ibia picture was presented to Harvard, by Joshua Ijatcs, fho chief fouBilcrof public library. WA_S' IN BATTLE OF WINDMILL Prescott, Onl.. Dec. 13 Holly 'died here today, Mo' ttwn. Ivtghly more cars are on the way from the Soo, Ont Since Mr. McNeil! was in Lcpio last, bis I rinds esl have lakcii him to Ihe cud of the sieoll oi -the Iranscontiniuital. on which lir- American Embassy and Consulate-gen- I IULIII Ttiu tarsre and com- .ma L.U ipleted huiloing, plans must to furn- Earl of Gr311 ishcd and accepted for the entire the Royal Family. The Ear! of Gransrd will re- Mrs. Whitclaw Rold and her son leave about the same hour to block and these will probably be con- si.icreff'before the tiew vear One nbiu i cl the approval of maiiy who IKIVO swn it. shows a hir.-.e I'alfli from the Qnoen of Spain "ex- riinslPict.-il of lireprnui m.ilcr- pri-sslnit the deepest sympalhy at he' lal and about nij-.; storcjs hijjli. I bereavement One phm Kiilimiltnl hy certain ar-! "uibark on board the Campania for liilp'.'ts. and which seems In inert Bulled States, lie approval of main- i Mrs. Keid has received a cn.hln Chicago, Dec. Lawyers and judges throughout the State are await ing with interest the manifold compll. cations that are expected to follow the ruling of the Supreme Court that mar- riages within one year of divorce are void, even if performed in another State. Property rights, the legitimacy of thirty thousand children and numer- ous violations of the code of the State are Involved in the decision. Superior and'circult Judges are no; willing a; this time to discuss the far reaching consequences involved; they see 'points tha-. may ultimately carry ihe case to the Federal courts, THEATRICAL MAN CUT HIS THROAT Windsor, Ont., Dec. Oswald, a well-known Scottish enter- tainer and dancer, suicided Ibis morn- ing by cutting his throat with a razor. SUCCESSFUL FARMING As an example of how good farmers in Southern Alberta farm, the Herald learned this morning that Ray Knight, the prominent rancher, sugar man- ufacturer and farmer, of the Raymond districl, threshed (his season bushels of grain. He IB feeding several hundred head of cattle, has a fine horse herd, and is feeding besides 1200 hogs. He intends to feed almost the whole of his mon- ster crop, and sell It as beef and porli. DID GOOD BUSINESS FOR YEAR LARGELY INCREASING ALL FUNDS Winnipeg, Alan., Dec. The an- nual meeting ot the Northern Crown Hank was held at the head offices here yesterday. At the election of directors no change w'.is made, Sir i Daniel McMillan being re-elected pre- TO BANQUET AVIATOR Rome. Dec. Italian and Rome Aero clubs have decided to give a banquet in honor of Roland G. Car- ros, tlio French aviator, who hnr. es lalilisbcd new allilndc ami oversea re. cords for aviation. Tlio former chili will present him with a gr.lt] medal. Paris, Dec. veritable hall of bombs was thrown into the Turkish fortress of Janina by a Greek military airman, and an accompanying com- rade, who yesterday flew over that city In an aeroplauo. according to of- ficial advices received bore. The airman, whose name was ,Mou- toussis. took a large supply of bomb.' with him in his biplane, and firM; officers with him hurled them OUT Ihe principal buildings, lo which they ed sCTloup (Jjiinngc. The popub. tlon was terrorized. sident .and Captain William Iio.iin- son, vice-presidrnt. The halan-e at the rr.-d't of nrofit and loss account for the eleven months endina; Nov m cr 30, was in of the a of returns d-r 1.1 c twu'vc nv-ntbs end- ing 31. 1311. Fo lov, ini; aro the in're.iscs for the nnst months over tVos-e of the year 1'a'd-up caoital, rest, S50.000 total n-s-'s, 027. The net prop's igr the .eleven months wero Santa Claus Fund 'lie Sani.a Thins fund still calls for Mr help of flu. :rnoi! fellows i'roioiisly acknowledged, Wesley ''luireli l.a lips 1 A- 'illO I ardsUm Friends 5 no ;