Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
VOl.t'MB VII. I.ETHUKJUUB. ALBEUTA. 1 I-ICtilifAUY K. 1 CKXTS NUMliEU IS PUT THROUGH SUCCESSFUL BOND SALE Abolition of Titles and Cap-- ilai Punishmsnl Were Un- der Review Ottawa, Out.. Ktb. Cum- tnoiis lud a field day yeslt-rday for the consideration of nubile MEMs :iml motions. Two idlls which have i-ilcd s-orae gun oral intoicaL 'were kill- r ed at the second reading static without the Nouao being divided. Tlicy wore hoih fathered by Uurnhnm, Vest Fct- urboro, One was to establish the yranlius o; tlUea to Canadians through th'3 lueJiuiu of recommendations of Iho Cabinet; tho oilier to provide that in jirovlr.eca wore candidates for tlm lo- tnl liG'jpe do not have to put up a posil, the sarae rules should candidates for Federal elections, George E. Fuster, on behalf government, refused by motion IVurn- liarn'ra measure for tho abolition of tLUe Ho confessed to being a dem- ocrat, but titles were the jjroper tivrard for meritorious performajice public aad other duties. Laurier, ivhlle agreeing with, the jvrJflctplo of the bill, sail! the rasniber for Peterboro was out the matter in the way. As tho pranllnjr of titles with the Jiorao Roverument, tho prayer method 1L Rill Col Enniand Refuses lo Become No! DC cited Over No.sn J L inf- light Poit.'. nns c-mobii.ze At my Un- lii F.ag IMci Car- pa'.h.au Mountains CALGARY WILL GET INTERNAL STORAGE ELEVATOR THIS YEAR Ottawa. Ont., Feb. given io a number of inter- j Martin Woolf M. P. P. Organ- izing for Big Gatherings i Cards i A'ii.1 Fob- Martin FRED KENNY W. A. LLOYD of the Lcthbrldge Separate Chairman of the Lcthbridgc School Board School Board t-s Hoard iaiis subiniltcil Foil SXio'Jy Asv.r.at.d J'rcs-i cabled H-I-L UUh lifiii as followi, "'I Le opinion .IK fCflilh-uuis of i.iit not go to big art- i.ol l impressed by ji.o real v. iJ happen iir. 1 tit parliament busv this ecting questions during the hour :L the. for fardston in of routine In the House W. A. Buchanan, Lethbridge. ,vf.hlhen Half of pollitit; place. d of iipxt wt-ek, says Mr.- was informed by the Minister of Trade and Commerce that there i'-.r !lui- -would he a grain iterate elevator erected at Calgary this year, con- struction to start as soon 35 the question cf a site was settled. Alberia legislature. [tip bis j rc-ad> ofna'ii by the Woo if, "vor liavp osition Minor tirs v.t-11 of procciJure n'ould be to -semi on ad- dress to the Imperial auUiorlttcs. Capital Punisbr.vent I'roloufed d isle HE E Loi L was e vokert TJJT a by BkkeV-jike of Mon- treal for the abolition cf cayltal 1-1111- Jsliment. It tecolved tsnpLwrt and ceu- Hiiro from boti tbo Ho-jse, but it Tvas apparent Ujat the concen- sus of opinion was to the pro- VQ our method of dealing -with bave been jiroTtd guilty cr ta'ting hunmn life. urged t'jit 1t would not ID (or, iparllinvfctit to deckle upon Bucii a sys- tem, as the one >brlef debate Jn thfe CoMraonj. f TJie fact that the yractlco of hanging murderers was old one did. not urpyp that It va? Thoao whc jupporlej the bill eluded Orahfim Lovl Thompson, Qu'Appelle. Hon. C. .T. Doherty declared himself ugaJnst the ajid adjourned the tjQlo as the. motion -was nofiikely to Le this seasloti. Hy the sale recently of n of lUo next ivonh oHior-iiIs co.'ciiug u 10 i-.il! lie hr-lil on I year yptJO'l, Separate Si-hool IHsttici jjig, Kelt. 9, skeUh p tS'o. 9t of Juis made pns- by arrfiuuU tor yn eight-room- on fcavt fulrnin siblc Ihe erection here, dining the luick sclxiui will be atcj at lull pitch the jnterven cumins summer, oi a fully modern and (.onuact iur drawing up the period the caljii, or stum eighl-rooir.ed school to meet the detailed plans and specifications would perhaps bare il. apathy, of in (U'.oie-l the sen- ileuiniiils of tat ra pi illy increasing awarded. Tenders for itie building avenge body (-lectors his not sa'Jcfial frnju iicbrir. L'alliotic srlioul pupubtum oi Hie will lip called tur'in the early spring, gravely disluriidl. sky. DuKsaovith had specially tv and the schonl will be constructed When it was decided a >ear ago and ready fur opening at- the begin- that the Convent school was no long- mag of the fall terra on September suitable for the accommodation ot I, next. Separate school' children p! the city. ,fhe HCcUwi rf schou, 13 lots in block y Ia7, U'lh- w.jn the third of the Victorian p tried nhich uuglit trusted me with Ui1 .cidge, were bought by the Icusttes. in lhat pjrt but the rap- to have been settled way ur ihc the servufs of eJucatcil Kulhejiiaus ill mtreasc in sciiool populalion north other a ger.eratiorj whu lo join 'he oil ho- of Oic track has made it necessary. 1'artiainent on Tuesday ch-jri-h and aiter At the present limp there are 300 tho probability ib thai Premier Uaiiied, uere io diitilren ia attendance in the C'onver.t Asijujth will au important de- to P.ip Thii has resulted in serious clarnlion'oii thf. qiiPition tlu- aTr.ons; their relict iinprra- course the ami there gave in the el- will its formal were ihrn made for issuing bonds-to cover the cost iif a consummated during the latter part of 1913, aiul at the llrst meetieg Ihe new this year the sale, to Guldumn Co., ul Toronto was confirmed. Tlie price was fltU, h best pries received for Alhrrta school bonds for many tnoiiths. Chairman .f. I.loyd ftnl Secre- tary I'rcd Keiim have keen busy siyn- HID bonds during Die past coujuo (everybody knows Hat the. toling tu the al- in Ulster Is bm the real ireasonahle ptocceJni-s oi th- folk of other parts the Kingdom "1 fictt into ssiUi C'onni BoSi- rrgard imnic rule as a political issue he tb? Ccutit return In Slavic liobrinsky to tr.iim-c drjiuty (if I PRESIDENT WILSON WILL ABRO- GATS CLAUSE GIVING U.S. VESSELS PREFERENCE IN PANAMA live. It is considered it is D !o 3lvf chief ot_cori, of took in- l evidence on and Orcult resi'l to consideration the fact lliat tlie'y OraKy 1-ake, Inn were had been recently married, were on south of Masralh, in tile old Mcln- [heir honeymoon trip at the time of their arrest, ami hail cor.scipiently tsre C. F. P. Conyoearc, K.C.. cor.iiucle.l the prosecution for the Crowu. LANDED MARINE TO PREVENT D.C., Feb. and nillaelng troke out In Gaiie tiny- tfcn yesterday lo such an estent that Commander Knstwick, of Ilie. eunlioal Nashville, landed eighty mMl, lo pro- tect Iho lives anj rroiierly of forelpi resHcnli.