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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. I.KTI1HKIUUE, ALHERTA. UTDUDAV, rEHUUAKY 7. I'll I CENTS M'MHKK Liberals Assail Minister of Labor as Incompetent and Hold Up His Eslirnales RICHEST COUNTRY IN ALL THE WEST Dllawa. Out., Frb. qufs- tiuns enEageil the attention ol the commons to the ticlusioa ol otter ear at while the LCI estimate pro- vides lor an expenditure this year ot Tint is firs', department- al citimaie to come in, and must If passed hy the city commissioners be- fore il tjrtcnr.es effective. Tbe itemirnl account and eiliniale SUFFRAGETTES ARE BUSY WITH TORCH Scotland, Feb. arson squad of Militant suffragettes today set lire io Haultaiik house; a Highland residence in Tomatiu. 1ft inile.s from here. The house uiiK-li HYORANTS FROZEN FOR AN HOUR WHILE KING ED- WARD HOTEL BURNED- Pay lloll Stores Henl (las Uniforms Trav. Kspenses.. Telegrams Repairs 0. box rent... Prisoners' meals Cleaning and ve- Clean and repair Livery rigs Clean and repair uniforms Advertising..... Typewriter I'lumb- ar.d fixtures 1'lar.s lor 1914 j.Ja 89S. U IPO.il" 151.9U i.eao.ns 13S.OU 36.S7 21.75 H'.SW 2B3.75 79.50 SJ.30 16.SH W.Dll JOO.dii 700.01) l.oOO.O'l 1SO.OO 50.01) 10. DO 400. Oil 000.00 75.00 confide to niunidpalities the power oi made tnbring the miners and einploy- rrs together, but the ditTiculties -verc a particularly hard mailer to 'deal wilh. because neither sirlo would ad- mit that there was a strike. The debate, which at tiie.c.s was nonicwhat -acrimonious, was contin- by Carroll.. Sheppard. liiichanar., Stevens, Xeely and olh- crs. Kir Laurier, in closing the disc-iission, said he was going to move for all papers and records in coniiec- lion with Ihc case, lie intimated thai Ijc proposed to deal specifically with the whole administration of lab- or derailment under Mr. Crolhers. UIN'RHS I.OSK-COXKIDENT.E W. A. lluchanan, speaking, said the min-ug operators of llritish Col- umbia had received large concessions ftorn the present government in the way ol subsidies ior their railways, which showed they had the. c.ir oi the. government. Coulil il he possible, he as'.eil, lhal Ihty could have had suf- ficient influence direct Ihe sym- palhy of the minister of labor in their ilircciion. lie represented a riding which contained a large number ol miners and believed the large ma- joiity has led lo the conclusion that the ptescnt Minister of labor -.vas not in sympathy with their aims nrd objects. Referring lo claim made by Mr. Crolhers lhat llic present rjovernmenl had seilled Ihe Alberta coal miners' strike, where the old government bad failed, lie said that such a statement had no foundation in fact. The. set- tlement had been arranged al be- tween the operators and men long before Mr. Rogers, then minister of j the arrived upon thn 1 scene. Al- the oi lion, llobeit Rogers, who was leading Ihe house, Sir agreed In postpone com- ments unlil a bU-r Mlling. Mean- while the labor deii.iifmenl e.-limales over. 55000 FOR BROKEN HEART Calgary, Alta.. l-'eli. Schotnau, foinsttr. has enlcred an acllon acclusc Roy Uusher, I'rovoEt district, for damages for alleged breach of vromiso. The jiancis were filed ycjsk-rday. and t'.ie case will likely be heard by Mr. Jus- tice Stuart. 1 velop-oent of subterranean resources 'in lie province, or in Canada and at PATIENTS TRANSFERRED TO the same time the city 1'icsents that BATTLEFORD ASYLUM ''1 commercial and industrial develop-: Hallleford. SasV., IVo. 'our ment, irans-nrlation iaeililics, clima- hnndred iialients airivcil from lic advantaaCs, ar.il Ihc high-toned so- don at noon yesterday to lake ciall moral ar.d living comlitions Ihclr rejldcnce in ihn Datlleford T whiih ilrsirahle for schools.11 rdlal for the insane. Mr. Tracy v.rjrd thai Ihe school of Thc-y had an uneventful trip, nnd mines and cnsir.ccririf; is the next losical step in Ihe development of higher education in Alucrta, and lhat 'l.clhbridgc. is flic only srliool. the transfer in a most orderly manner. "rainier Itoblin and K. L. Tay- lor. M'.IM'.. will have lo face direct cliarses of corruption in conectiou M itli the notorious Gimli bye election. Specific charges "ft-ere labled in the leg- islature on Friday, and the ac- tion of the government i? awaited with interest. T_._......._...._ _ ed Other places of.business destroyed camc sundries lasl year. Tl.c include Ihe I.nv Thcaire, .the 0. K. ror livery is increased tova Oon-, Klcctric Co.'s icrenii'iPS .and U. Mileil..' ami is taVen as tic Anderson's tailoring establishment .at running expenses for Hit conveyance' eleven o'clock the. big store. 01 the llrewster's Trailing Co. f.re, but the fire brigade hopes to save this structure. All the. builtlings Oe- stroyed were owned by. Norman Luv- Ion.' II is estimated .that Ihc dam- age done up lo this time will amount department was promised. The estimate dors not include the appropriated last sear lor le- liei work. THE CHILDREN'S SHELTKR The total gross estimates for tin: year arc the money col- v v location ior s'jch a srliool. J- I His speech was applauded heartily, IJ A U L I aiut Mr. Marmich, prcsidenl ot the LI fi I I I boanl of tinile. sui'i-ort-d his sugecs- !l 11 U L. L V i tior.s with a forceful ailiiress. il-B, lliilfalo, K, Y., Feb. B strike oi molitt-rs at the plant of the Gould Coupler company here to enforce Ihclr demanrls for a closed shop, it was announced hy the gcner-1 al manager today lhat the malleable ond ileel tleparlmcnis ivcnilil he closfil Weight Limited to Six Pounds Unlil System is Well Esiab- by means of :.crt. to the par- POT GMINE1 'M Rules DecV.s are lirir.g elfaicd in post oi- ncrs all over today ior the in.iiisnralion of Cartels ]iosl en Tues- day mornici: nrM. short timeal- CAUICKtl. VYHAl'I'lNG The onus of pror.crh .enclosing ai.il l packing a1 parcel for insurance rests 'Vith the sender.-the post ollice no liabilily for loss ari from delects winch may not liavc I observed at the lime ni rr.slin.z. HY I'AHCKI, I'OPT s, may he by Parcels daughter, Vioi In fCO.OOO. Tfcc fire is .still burning. Jtctabie froiii the goveniment for chil- dren cared for from outside the city is S2054.60, makin? the net esiirnate H.iOO. or less lhan the esii- mate for last year, and less lhan the actual expeaiiilure, .which was Of Ihis amount Hid.31 went into salaries. 'I lie police commission took no ac- liion on this reporl as they are cot jyet vested with tri? power lo handle j the afiairs oi Ihe Shelter. A motion. 'to have Ihis power (rausferred from r the city lo '.he cdminissiori was' In-. I troduced and passed, anct in fulure all i powers formerly held by llai city will MANITOBA FARMER BADLY BURN' ED AND DAUGHTER BILL- ED AS RESULT was injured, and seemed aserl BIX year-, (o think n! tor iiifurinine tte public1 on this s.l'd I'oslina.sler cd. nucii his firm bomc, five inHeJ Ivninrliril matter l.as rescHCft in "proviiie.I ti.e. does nut weich I'osliiriMrr lliiinbolhain asking ihe more tlia'n six iu.un'U. ii secnie Herald (n putlisli certain of the more ly wrapued. lint we cannol insure imporlaiil nnd regulations. their deli-.ery We can HTIAT'CAN HE .MAII.I-'I) I" ncrcpl the imifLS il is oi mail mailer acceptable, n rapped in such a manner asur IbT.li at parcel post include farm and will carry it .s.ilch." factory prndiicls. rr.erilianilise of all Tr.e say this stch as dry soods, gro- 1'atcfls fish, ccries. hardware, conlcclionery. sta- fruit, vegetables. Rlass. crockery, lioncry (inclinlin? IdaiiS gre.isre, or ai.j rutiiius, bulbs, rc'oh'. bedding'articles ul .an CM-epimi.alh plants, srii.ms or crafts, ami all oilier nature cannot he ii.bureii. matter r.of lncti.d.-d in th? fir.sl H'.'.l "piU'iK cio Mid nol escliuied Irom the ni.rls by ly to sroil the time :e.iscm-; Ihe seneral inohihilory rc-i-'.itions u'.ily rcn.iiireil.fi-i Iransiniitatiwi .imi with'respect to objcctioaaile deli'- cry ncil lie accepied I'aicels C'liisUling nt third class inkling." i 'matter may he m.iilcil at parcel post li.ilc curil- ior Alnrrl.: rales, or (bird cl.i.s mailer rule .it reel; fiilnishnf poslmaslris lhf option of H.e sender. Albrrla a.ul vill lie available lor Parcels containing intoxicating Ii- l-ublV, but I'uslm.ister. Iligir.holtaio j fiuors or arc expressly pro- advis'.-s ;cll tltosc iray mjke use ol roicels post lo nil oiil Ihe fol- JIl'ST I IB I'HKPAIH lowing rale (anl which will lie eflec- postage on posl pack- tiie until M.i; 1 RATES OF POSTAGE ON PARCELS IN THE PROVINCE O'F.ALBERTA! here, was by fire. u B.iEoliiio explosion. Mr. hail experienced some dif- I they would City Solicitor Hall, whu was prea- :nt in an adiisory capaciiy, stated that ihe duties or powers of the city regard, had never been verv ficiiHy in startinK a sasollnci deilneil. but whatever they- -..ith -.vhicli he. intended doing Vorne wcrc_ (he risb't and took tlie paBollne lo Hje i tJ house lo tvaim il by nlaeinc; .Ihr; can uls like- in hoi water on tile stove. The can exploded, anil Hie niali UMR instaiu.y c-nvelooed In Ila'mos, which spread 10 the house and destroyed' it. The little daiiciiler v.ns.Mill in her lieilixi.im. anil 'itas forgotten until It tco iate lo save her. ftllBI tale them over. (Coalinucd on 1'age TELEGRAPHICS mile? SIR OEORGE W. ROSS, LEADER OF THE OPPOSITION MAJORITY IN Addressed To ofllre within ir.el.idliig I'liiee of mailing Any I'oat office bcvoml-20 miles but uitbln tlie Province of Ali.i. :Any pcsl nlflcc In or HriliFh Columbia Any post oifieci In Manitcba..... Any ji03l cfTicc in Ontario....... Any rost ofTice lu Quebcv or Ihe I 2 li.s. ir.definltely; About I.SOD men arc CANADIAN Is dangerously 111 in llio Toronlo Oenoral is hiospifnl, nearly across the corridor from Sir James Whitney. Maritime Provinces .11 .in .1- .11! .U .21 .IS .2S .lit .311 I Ibs SO .K .44 .IS Ihs ?0.10 Frank Holl, who received and shcl- lerecl Krafcl.cnVo, was allowed out on suspended sentence at Winnipeg, tlir magistrate regarding: him as nmrc tool (ban rogue. American and British admirals liave differences M Cape llayli orer: pie jredcnce in leadership oi lorrifn fnfefs watching the revolution. In Ihe district court a'. Kdnlonton Taylor senlenced Vim. flolmes ________. land (icorge Utrow lo four months each in the Kort Saskatchewan guard Ashgrove, Onl., FeK Hobett room on charges of being engaged in Miller, one cf Ihe .best known (aim- illegal sale of K. T. I', railway Ibs crs oMhis ciislrict, was.. insfanlly killerl anil liis two .41 tlazel llcidman. a girl of ly injured wlien striicV 6y 'a. .locorr.'o- infatuated v.ith Charles F. Mnnnlng, t'lve on Friday. Mr. ..Miller Vas'.'diiv- cf Xewatk, X. J., slat and instantly. ing his children home Ironi school afi'J killed Mrs. Harriet Manning, in her taught'on a crossing. lie' ap- them last nijlit. This was the ra'rently dul not sec.Ihe. Irairi until announcement marfc by the Xnwnrk II was too late to avert ihe calas- police this afternoon. Irophe. 'I The Missouri two ccnl railway rate -soes to the supreme court, owing lo cHaige on any parcel slnll exceed 1 cent an ounce.''" j lioth Hir James Whitney and Sir Ihe rale iMso.olilalna In where the 20 mile area extends into an (lenige Ross showed indicalions ol o appeal. The case has. ahead) beta, adjacent Province. jcontinmil improvcmtnf today. .....iti. the .co-irls Uo. jears. j I I' ;