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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume V. Alberta, Wediuwlay, 1MJ. Number MAGRATH HAS EAR TO GROUND OF A IN THE ATMOS- PHERE 'ARRISH BUSY IT IS SAID.MARK SPENCER WILL BE HIS OPPON- ENT v (Special to The HenlO.'i lUagraih, lice. I'aivlsli. Conservative nominee for tar- dsioii provincial 'riding: U'm. president of the district C live V. Card, seere- tary.'CreaBm'er. and excc.niivo nieni- litrn Steed, Smith and Nlelnon. WKIV In V.owu yesterday from Caldston, mid witli .lolm Bridge, vice-president of the association; It. W. Hrailnluw, -MfcRnttrrR representative on the cen- tra! committee, and the Warner men IT LOOKS LIKE REPUBLIC OF CHINA PREMIER'S MAN AT PEACE CON. FERENCE EXPRESSES HIM- SELF FAVORABLY CONSULS ACT LEGISLATURE BUSYGETTING READY FOR THE HOLIDAYS Government Measures Creating New Departments Given Second Reading Other Bills Rushed Forward in Committee Premier Answers Questions About Finances of Province KdniuiilDU, Alta., Dec. Till' leg- shall was in favor ,.f n Hal lax of islative mill ground out a bin srisl iii now legislation at two sessions to- day with the object of reaching u days tomorrow anil lai'fie number ui mea- l-'ll'llli's :i'l- now in UIK province 17011 motorcars. lee plaeed upon owners shoiilil lie merely fur regulation not a" a WAIT ON AUTHORITIES PRESENT CASE FOR POWERS ing in snres. The unuis bill over Ihe mem- bers have worked for nearly a week, was cancluded with the exception ui a number oi clauses left over for rr- ThuT public' bills inlrn-j dnced by I'miiicr Sifton and having with new departments voi-aied cents per hoiM'-power. .1. K. lloyie suggested Sl'i license oiiic- bills given consideration in; ailjuurnmcnt fur the l hrisinms noli- fee instead of bin eventually nil of ihp whole and the ailoplion oii'liesc uleas were abundoiii-il, and the were, ihe hill respecting the lown ni-ccssarv H'Sislalion hi'iore the New I in the drufi. was adopted. hVainu right bill incui ponding Year jlosl" of Ilir lime was spent W. I'1- t.iudi' an; t'ommercial Travi'llers' co'mniitiee of I hi- whole in discuss- pl.a for sm.jation, nn.l bill respecting molor car owners. Il not alone i l.pihbiidlte Y.M.l'.A., at, tile, the people of. cities who would use j 1U1III1 motor curs, he contcniltil, but they j The Bonded Indebtedne" were fiist being taken up the iar-j Hilcv hail a hllP.cb of tea HUTS, j [jnestioiis with reference to tlie bond- Tile speed limit was plated iii lit-1 indebtedness of the province, lie teen miles .in hour in all cities. lvas infmn-rd Premier Siftou that towns and villages, with clgln-mile j imlelHiiilni'SS limit turning corners. RETIRING MAYOR GUEST'AT BANQUET HEOPlATi ON A BIG SCALE WHO DID HtAVY STUNTS IN DETROIT CAUGHT HERE WAS TENDERED BY OFFICIALS OF THE CITY TRIBUTES PAID TO THE EXCELLENT SEKVICB AND PROGRESSIVE ADMINIS- TRATION OF THE MAYOR. the bonded indebtedness amounted I o I lll.ODIi. 'I'berc had been only o.ic i.s-[ Retiring Mayor 'Adams was enter- tained hy the city officials at a hau- ciileilnl tilt l.l'thbridge Hotel last ey- ing. Outside ni tho officials and thia vear's council, the only guests wcro .John T. Burns, secretary of tire-Dry, Farming Congress, 1'. Niiismitli, W. A. 0. .1. Eek- slorm, president of the Agricultural Society, and F. W. Downer. It was. a most 'enjoyable affair and Mayor Thai the arms of the law are long, j Adams was made to understand that! SERIOUS CHARGES IS ALLEGED TO HAVE STOLEN AND AN AUTO Interest was the present political sii. i but must first, coiummiicate with 1'c- j ajj.jmnmful in order lhat the nusi- natlou Edmonton. j ness in eonm-elion Ilierewitli may he The ot tbe Toi'y nominee j Contois Pretent Note I under I he new arrange- Pafrlili, at the meeting was i ilt. [l0le [rom pov.-1 mmts al the. tirsl of the year. plainly j Hie t'nited Sillies. tlie entire evi-ninu session for I Oermany, John Parrlsh, at the meeting most significant, and It is .are looking flection an surly .late. In view or tills, slips wero taken to begin im activn canjpaisil. It is Ihe geuer- was liikfn up with a consideration nl Itie bill regulating motor vehicles en ilay lo representatives of the Impel-, ihe public highways.. This was tbe Jpiiilon here tbat ,1. AV. Woolf, j ial rhinese government and rcvolu- subject, of much discussion who left on Saturday for his Home! ihe consular corps. i LOCATED HERE PROVISION BEING MADE FOR ACCOMMODATION OF IMPORT- ANT OFFICIALS Thai the imstomce denari.uu.'iit. re- alises tliat Letlihridse will bo the in a larai1 diB'.rict vincc was .Irlin was by at Hit Saturday he will leave foi ,r Detroit, i premier that no record was by j where he will be mdii.lrd lor q grind tin- of the grading of pub-1 larceny comniiUed two -years H opinion Here tuat ,I. vvoon, 'chief eltv in a large diB-.rict is evi- ,vho left an Saturday for his liome the consular corps. was of a humorous nature. b'v. is n gait Uke City, will resi6n soon. shag Yi .rejilieil, in iew iwiru-otis i.ill, a synopsis of winch, pun-1 tlli !S It i? Impossible for him to do jus-j words expressing on behalf lishcd il lew days ago. was adoptr-d j [or 'accommodation o; lee to "position' In' the l-egiBla-j0i Die imperial government practically as it appears in the. drati. inspector and spnerin- ure in and hla exieimtvej ,lt laki'iifiii the situation' The Auto License teudent of railway iriail servir.e. At iiisiueBs In Utah and Nevada. JJK. SJK be hoped The fixing ihe license let- for! present -there are only tv.'o inspectors The.. Tory politician! seemed hap-, represent- automobiles at ?S per year was Ihe in Alboria; one ' Hdmonton ami j lie. highways by ihe province. The records were not kept of the work done in each constituency. It might be asc-eriaiiied any member hy consulling tile public accounts, but-to at ot ilie meetiug, and Mr. Parrish iiie't. nMlte citizens. The Liberals fire saying; nothing. They apparently are undisturbed by llic'ncUvHy.of the oppoettion, but it. IB plain io be seen that there an undercurrent at work, -fust what it means la not knowu. Humor has'tt'tliHt Mark Spencer, a prom- inent merchant, of Cardston, will gel tho Liberal nbmihatton In the evenf, bf an -How tnie this Is your representative Is 'unithlc hut Mr. Spencer was hastily to tiip last' ami renmined there for several days. If. is said tKaf: thfs visit had some Hearing on the. election. Thus, we may safely deduce liiat the political pot will BOOH be toiling In the Cardston distrirt, and one of the bitterest fights may be expected. One Xnlnt la J. W. Woolf VlU not bo fn the firing Iliif: as a diindl- flate, which will give the election a touch of ilngularity, as he has now been, 'iiel reinrcaeRtai.lvc for altont fourteen years. GAVE HIMSELF UP Chatham, Arthur M. Hreen, eK-reevo of wanted on roiir -charges of- misappropriation of mimvciptl. rnonten, surrendered hini- Relf ConstftMn Peters :md w-ajs arralgnM Ixsforc Magistrate Stnnworth and remanded for prelim- inary bearing until January IK alleRod that the amount, misapii prlated S-IOO. Green was leased oil ball. A BRIGHT FUTURE AWAITS THIS CITY atives oi. .the. Imperial guvi.rnnicnl subject of a. liv.-ly delute. fieo. one at Calgary. The srowth of post- ami llii' revnlulioiiaric? would lie sue- ccssiill in restoring IX-ace lo Ilia ''nun- iry. l''rom 'I'anii Yi's ri'Sidenci-: Ihe constil.s iiroCLU'ded io thr quarters i of Dr. Wu Ting fang, revolutionary j leader, where much eeri'mony tookj place. preseliii'il liy llifl consuls in order oi seniority Dr. Wn Ting Fang said IIP I was a man of peace, but no' peace could Ite permanent unless7 il was biised upon the highest; justice. The consuls then withdrew. The conference between t'epreseiila- livt-s of tire Imperial government ami revolutionaries was resumed al lac town hall at o'clock this nEtcrnooii. After tbe meeliiiK had adjourned an crucial statement initiated by .Tag Shao Yi and Or. Wn TinR Fung, leadftr.s of the Imperialists and Revo- lutionists respectively, was wsued to the. press. It say in substance thut Dr. Wu Ting Fang had presented a case in favor of a republic as an in- dlspensible condition of peace. Tang Shao Yi expressed his readiness to accept Dr. Wn Tina Fjing's views, hul tbe mutter was so important thai he must first communicate wilh I'elclu. The armistice ing forces has fee. Would Mean Trouble Sluinghai, Dec. minister oi in the Republican pro- visional government, Wen Tsung Yao, declared loday any at tempi, lo obtain foreign inlerveniion wroidd on- ly make mailers worse in China mid endanger foreign interests. His parly would not consent lo the relt'iition oi of SI in-r horse-i offices-will soon warrant the oilUie ar. Nun. Duncan Mar-j Lethbrldgo. compile such a statement would in- volve an immense amuiinl oi work. wilh reference lo Hie telephone system a: Thos. .1. Wilson JptectOe iUgeiiil of the Detroit poliw rteparitnent ai rived thfs morniiif Ironi ihe east for Mavor-Klect Hatch was tbe toast- misle. ind be hid ai bis. the oi'the evening al his left. lie senior alderman, C. B. Bowman. i a ililoUiblt dinner hid been full nistint list of loists mcludmt, tlu kmc; t" the ol 1 elbbndi Allciu id Out were proposed jnd knowhdged tin spi-eclies of tho In lion 1 G Mr. Kemmis wished, io know with j nhidi ihe dilei ehtr Buclunan HP Hlft taking lUmmoinl hack ,att. out, to linn, clenint Pincher t'reek.' He was told it was ow u change from .single wHre system 'iiad cost S-l.tlOK, i, was inspected nnd was prcriollnced j live sajs they hue slacked up oincl 11 (.oodi. i' 1 saiislaclory. against-Ihe! priiiiifi lin'ls Chauneey will do .SinK. According lo tbe (Continiinri on page 5.) MINES WORKING FULL STRENGTH HERE'S A CHANCE FOR LETHBRIDGE rhu heen exletidt'd to WITH EVERYTHING ROSY FOR SETTLEMENT OF ALL DIFFERENCES All dny yesterday the commission! which is enquiring into the remnin-l differences between [he miners anil tbe operators were in session tbe coni'v house, and aecoitliug to BIG FLOUR MILLING COMPANY WILL NOT REBUILD AT MOOSE JAW ilpeg, Dec. tbe Hob- in Hood mills, valued at halt' n mll- which xvcr blirneil nt not I Uie statements of the members of! POLICE COULft'NT PROVE A "KITTY" lion dollar -Moose -law on Friday last may be I'ebui'ii in lhat city was the i mem made by K. A. Bean, the Xewj .Prague miller, on bis arrival in (tie; the commission good progress is aoiitii today. The cliiei'i iiiy made. The fact Unit the main' trouble, apparently, with Moose -Ir.wj issues of Ihe strike h-ive been a site for the mill is Ihe lack of lo the saliafactioi is niuking the work FITCHEN CASE DISMISSED FOR LACK OF PROOF OF RAKE OFF If anyone bail happened io drop into the police magistrate's sanctum this morning about 10.15 o'clock be would certainly luive thought he living in the days of Ihe wild woolly for ihere on the court slcnograpber's desk be would have witnessed the novel sight of His story j Hammond is a clever cnnnmil who ihas caused loss of sleep to the DC i'troil police force. littl. ij-ears ago be wa.s paunaslii it the H II. F. Aillomoliih ucli ll I roil. He was suspected o! pidding iiie payroll and di mg ilowniiilve off, so was dismisst.iI bj "t toiipiiu However, before lemiifc he goo I 111 liiredly oiicred io show Ins s ct. ssu ihe ropes, am' on the list I i uU evening before lie led- Ihr employ he took ihe new man do n to the bliiL Dow net tt Sing I cksloniL Ulhui Prid siipeimtend 'till oi tin clrctiic light iltpaitracnl loseph duel ol police S Hall polite nil I c Hlinch lid city engincci II Meecb iitointanl Hai.K 01 Hn tnc depiilmeiil I r to show- him how li hind1 the PI) roll. It seems ihal tbe payroll was m np at the bank on Friday night of the men lire protection. ihe eonimis-; They will likely locale in some clli- :asy, and it was suited 1 er western city. week, the money an ountin; about Siy.ttt'O dollars weekly b ing placed in' ihe pnvelolo packed in grips and placid back m the n-aiiy for Ihe paxnusU-t ncM dij in w man got hits) plMOll sion rather tbiH morning tbat al! points should! lie cleared up this Praclically every difference on; wbicb ttio eoinmissjon is cnll-j ed upon lo pe.'tle -related to tbe ing or the mine Frank. Here i there are conditions which the eon-j ference -.11 Frank had not time to, consider, and it was on account ofi tills uon-seK'lemen! of the j that the 'adverse vote on tlie agree-i mem was made hy the men there. However.' there is little likelihood 1 the commission will nol be able I to settle all these differences without! trouble during the week. One of Ihe officials of the local mi Worship liuing iniliaied into the mys-; Clmimcc-v and tin lories of slucl poker. All ihe mudi: np. Ihe and Uie demon-11 the seven! was layins down' II .W in is duel I Val- inspeLtoi O.o I ohmson stcrilm tiensuret Mil l-i mil and Ud Sagi, Llistinled pmsi WJS olftiwi by all o! UK ie gtnllemen to the services 01 hid rendered 'he ciU Pbc p ogit, s lh( tilv hid nude torn menlcd upon and approval was given to the expenditures on import-alb ci- impioioniints being In the fliluit, ptospeots o! thn- Iheii. wab an optimistic torn to I about ill llu- speeches Some of gentlemen were caught, II a Mminis- .enl liood ind tbei went Utar-1 1, (ins Mil Hownun indicated cum Ui oi llu cih in tile last tout juis tn unnlKing ihav lout Uj tilt nil ins ol ibf city hand WOULD ABOLISH PUTY ON CEMENT officials menu were there, and the 1 aiw, ,ne seven is'trntor of Uie same was laying down c Ht took I ol Wils .lliy in history of ill. iibligalions and in some fas-1 morning with n companion has since been re-captured, Is nf lucaiinn here, lie lot bridge as destined lo become orUnl railwaj centre. followed by Ihe other lour 1 lomals in ordfr uf Ihrir seniority. shifis of nieu Hong. es even were unable lo obtain redit. for tlie bare necessities oi ;ii Inrfio. Lanone.tle, who is an lintry merchanls. while ex-pollcftman. was commuted Iliron nec-i.a'itnalli their grain was dclirocbting years "So after making a miirdtroni in owing to lack oi cars altuck on Recorder- MME. CURIE CAN NOW APPRO PRIATE HER AFFINITY ANO END NASTY SCANDAL Helped himself to IM 1 1 "lv s j 20.-The petition for niu.imi'iilc while the lait! i was at-j from ller husband preeent- to pidii'ssional ilutii Cliiiun- in divorce court .here hy in basle by III.1 nuto was granted today. to '.'olumbiis, ubere he j l.angevin nsked a separation from ell into the toils, and again i her husband, a professor of general e the ai'iiuaintanci' of'the DB- and experimental jihymcs at the ool- j lege of France on account of his alleged relations with Mine. Curie. I ihe famous scientist. The scandal j caused n Kl'cat. sensation throughout- France and was Ihe occasion for snv- I era! duels between partisans of. one was al or or persons principally h. tetn All til. 11 r re h. and sonic time at.-. oi stealing a grip, and sent down for three inontils. His senleuce in the jail here expires on Dee. 113, when be will take a ride to Doltoit in company with Ulhccrs Wilson ind Parker of the Helroil policr. iorce, U'onlimicd on concerned. HON. MR. PEARSON IS WORSE Halifax, Dec. B. F. 1'eur- soii, who lias been serioutfy ill with kidney trouble for the pint- ton diyv taken (urn fur llu ;