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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume III. Lethbridge, Alberta. Friday, February Number 52 PERRY TO GO TO SOUTH 4 GIVES OF CANADIAN NAVY Hon. George E. Foster Criticizes Government's Naval Policy-Excuses R. L Borden's Change Of FrontSince Last the Fleet If Built In Britain Given By Sir Frederick To Organize a Mount- ed Police Force There Regina, Feb. is rumored here that Commander Perry of the R. N. M. P., may shortly terminate, his connection with the force. It is fur- ther reported that there is a strong possibility of the commissioner pro- ceeding to South Africa to undertake ,tue work of organizing the police force for the new United States ot South Africa, along lines similar to police'force with which he has so long been connected in Western Can- Ottawa, Feb. Frederick" Borden today gave more specific de- tails than those volunteered by the, Premier as to what the Canadian na- val service-was' to be made up ol. The Bristol was the latest design of cruiser of her class and the Canadian cruiser would be built entirely on. the lines laid down by .the Admiralty. The minister explained it had been to drop the Boadicea which was included in the first programme and from the Admir- alty the Niobe, a cruiser oi which would cost The destroyers would be of the im- proved river class. Negotiations were now under way for the purchase of the Niobe and the Rainbow. The force. Sir Frederick declared that there was, no scare except in the minds of some British newspaper editorials and read lengthy extracts from the Edinburgh Review and other journals to bear out his contention. Ger- many, with its great interests, was doing nothing but defending her lines of commerce. The Britishers were never stronger to compete with all commerce. This strength was essen- tial for the maintenance of the peace of the world at, large. CANADA'S BEST HELP The government wished to assist in every way the Motherland. It was to be best done by the crea- tion of a Canadian- naval force and, not by spending for the purpose suggested by Mr; Borden. Sir Frederick sat down, having spoken for three hours. HON. G. E.FOSTER Mr. Foster, who foiLowed, thanked Mr. Borden for a long but very illu- to go directly to the heart of his pro- minating speech. He turned his at- tention first to Sir Wilfrid Laurier, who in. his naval debate had given the appearance of a man was afraid on the one hand that he was given too 'little, and on the other hand too much. One eye on Quebec, the other on 'Ontario, and therefore'he trod.to'the shifting sands of compromise; such order with glittering and deceptive rhetoric. There had been no attempt COUNCIL Will DEAL WITH DOGS Strict By-Law In- troduced At Meeting Tho draft of a bylaw dealing with posals and put them bluntly before tke countrv. "Good Mr. Oliver "if there is one man who should talk about inconsistency, it was the Pre- mier." "Honest difference of opinion was the dog nuisance was introduced at better than servile docility. The the council meeting last night. -The '.thumb screw and rack brought the {bylaw as-submitted prohibited dogs firmation or denial of the rumor can. at .present be obtained here. EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION To Be Formed In Province -Meeting Called For March, 28th atla. Commissioner Perry is at pre- sent in the east and no official con- latter on the Pa- cific coast and, if necessary, be used as a fishery protection boat. The Niobe would be stationed on the Atlantic and for the time being would be used for training purposes, although when the other ships were completed she would take her place with -them as an active vessel.- The object of having these two training shiprs was that by' the time the naval force .was completed there would be it was hoped, a sufficient number of trained men to man the force. When completed two of the Bristols would. be stationed on the Pacific on the Atlantic, with the Niobe and the six destroyers. These ships, Sir Frederick Borden 'affirmed were suited for Cana- dian waters. The main idea was the In accordance with the suggestion i-development of a personnel to man made by educationists in various ships when ready, which training of the province, the premier has de- cided to take the initiative in calling together the educationists of the pro- vk.ee with, a view to the orgx of a Provincial Educational associa- tion. 140 government supporters said Mr. Foster. to one! of any description from running at 1 large. It is the duty of any inem- Resolution Passed By Saskatchewan Gram Down Navy Aid To Development Of Railways f It is .proposed to have the conven- tion meet.on March 29th .at Calgary. h The following have been asked by the premier to act as a provisional X committee to make arrangements for the first meeting: A.'C. Newcombe, Calgary, president; Rea, Edmonton, first vice-presi- i dent; W. A. Lethbridge, I; second vice-president; Prof. Kerr, of University of Alberta; Dr. A. M. Scott of Calgary; J. chief inspector of schools, Edmonton; W. H. Thomp- -son, principal of Normal School; Cal II gary- V H All teachers in the province will be :f. allowed to attend the convention wita- out loss in salary and without forfait- would be done on both oceans. WHAT THEY-COST The minister then presented; a cost table .prepared by Admiral Kingsmill The cost, exclusive of construction would be for the first year second- third year, and for the fourth year The estimated an- nual cost of maintenance of the ves- sels when .completed, manned and fit1 ted out, will be .The es- timated cost of the eleven.ships which included the Boadicea as originally was ripe for starting on the stree STILL AFTER A STREET RAILWAY Committee Appointed By the Council To Get Inform- ation The street railway proposition has not been forgotten "by the aldermen. At last night's council meeting the matter was brought up by Alderman Oliver and steps were taken towards Prince Albert, Sask., Feb. morning's session of the Grain Growers Hon. W. R. Mo-1 therwell, Geo. Langley, M. L. A., and, E. C. Drury, president of the Dominion Grange of Ontario; were .present. air.- Drury greeted the convention and stated that ne had come west to i attend this convention to offer a sug- gestion from thfe Dominion Grange for a united' organization.-from east to west of all farmers.' -The suggestion of union and. co-operation was recerv-j eel. with enthusiasm, by the delegates. Mr." that he would deal :fully.-.with matter and sub1 his position later. His opinion of consolidated schools was referred, .back .to the committee: The first resolution for discussion! KEEP PRODUCERS ON THE FARM They might go in caucus with dif- ber of the police force in that to ferences, but the instruments of tor- 1 take up and impound the Jt V.-JB ture were brought to play and they illegal to a dog that caused, any came out with unanimous minds. An disturbance to the public. A ;iog ap- Imperialist, added Mr. Foster, was pearing mad or a female dog running not a man who went down into the at large is to be killed. Any-: dog market place of Boston and declared that bites a person who is not tres- he favored independence. No wonder i passing on private property is to lie the Premier said he was not an Im- j ordered to be shot within twenty- perialist Uour hours. It makes provision for Mr. Foster took -up. the resolution 'a dog pound where stray dogs can be of March last and said 'it conveyed [Confined. the duty oi Canada towards the Em- j (Continued on Page 7.-) pire at large as well as Canada. The resolution of emergency was then left open There was no break- HlMiy ing faith with the. March, resolution j whca the as. they did, j now wanted an emergency contribu- tion, The charge that the, resolution had to be repudiated was absolutely Tliri1 lift Plea Of C.C. James To Ont- ario-Decrease In Rural himself The Premier had deluded the j people with the statement that in the) matter of naval we should [have no powers of our own- The bogeys of amendments to and! i modifications of the statute law of t {the province, will also be submitted to you. :v Various important and necessary Amount Of Coal and Coke Produced In the Various Mines Toronto, Feb. C...James, deputy minister of agriculture, made (Special to The Herald) Fernie, Feb. output of coal at the mines of the Crow's Nest Pass taxation without Coal company for the month of Jan- tralization and autonomy had been uary reached ,tne total of tons. I rung in. ghosts, of Baldwin and bf tMs was iLafontaine had been .overworked aad at MicneL the Premier in order to convince him-" :sell and- the people that in aiding Britain in naval matters was one cooncurring in the govern-1 earnpet appcai the Ontario As- ment proposals regarding the Hudson's'iation Qf Fairs ExWbitions on ch was carried dosing days. of the convention in A resolution which j city {Qr improvcd conditions was is avera5e of .over recQrd for these mlne-s. The R >nB Q ect contributioa proposed, was estimated at railway proposition. They stould 000. or substituting -the Niobe for the start at once to get inionnation from oti Boadicea, Sir Frederick I other cities and take the matter'up j added that these British prices "'as a municipal enterprise. The in- before Gates, Vice- but it was hoped to construct'the ships in Canada if the cost would not be much greater. NAVAL COLLEGE _ The naval college it was estimated would cost S715.000, spread over- stallation should be started as _soon as possible. Calgary had 'started when their population was not much President, rose and moved that the ral to cities and towns. He attributed the high price of food products about which -there is so would be giving up.some other rights for was and autonomy. _ Jtoac. were ac Coal Creek Mr. Foster then elaborated the lact 31_ at jjjcne] that the government had not followed the Admiralty's.advice. The Admit- The Fernie .coke ovens" turned out alty had suggested to Canada tlie year toQs and the she join with Australia and New Plant Produced tons, a land and have a' complete unit .for'jtota! Production .or coke for the year tons. At the present rate h'erself on the- Pacific. Canada had refused to come in. increase the company's mines.will motion be not submitted as it compiamt in the reduction in the eye oi the Premier had been the! Pass the not one of the subjects coming within number of .producers of food in signal for the British Empire the pro- i this year- and .a quarter mark of discussiosn fay the Grain! the rural districts. He stated that bigger than that of Lethbridgc now. Growers association- This' was car-jlhe rural population of Ontario has 00 ._ iriori i i ine icon Alderman Hatch stated that the council should investigate the Calga- ried. ure by the districts in which ihfyj number oi years.' The total cost of and Edmonton systems from their may be employed of the government construction, with ships and. college i.m'tia.tio? :and by any mistakes would therefore be which The first meeting of the executive was at. British prices. will be held.on Saturday evening at Calgary. STOCK JUDGING AND As to the cost per head, the minis- ter argued that the militia cost eighty cents a head and with the naval ex- penditure, the total cost to every Ca- nadian atvthe tinie of that had been made Alderman Bowman thought that a trip to these places by. some d. the aldermen might be profitable. Mavor Adams.stated that next year J-lecreased from in 1S99 to George Langley, M. L. A., referred, in whereas in the ten to the present system of railways in [years in question the population oi the west and thought the farmers; cities, and towns had increased from should assist the government only in to getting railways for the benefit ofi farmers, and moved the resolution re- CLARESHOLM HOTEL lative to railway development declar- ing that, in future charters with gov-1 CHANGES HANDS Claresholm, Feb. important At the Agriciiltui-al Short Course School Today This morning at the Market Build- s' ing the session of' the School of Ag- ricultur dealt with Shorthorn caUle. Four cows, a bull and a bull calf ?M' were used for practical demonstra- tion in stock judging. About fifty were present and talks were given by Bryce Wright and" H. A. Craig, who directed 1 the students in the judging ot the V animals according to the score card. In the session of .the Agricultural school held in the Auditorium of the Central School, addreses were given by L. McKtllican on oats; W. H. Fair- on Soil Culture, and A. W. on the history and development poultry breeds. head. The annual Population, it .was expected, >would keep the figure down to 1hat. The Niobe has a speed of knots and has 8 six-inch guns. Sir Frederick1 Borden then dealt with Mr. Borden's Dreadnoughts pro- osal as a free and loyal contribution rom the people of Canada. This was ased evidently on the ground that a risis exists. When did the emergcn- y arise? It was evidently since, larch last when the resolution was aiscd. ENGINEER WAS KILLED BY PASSING TRAIN Utica, N. Y., Feb. Wynne engineer on the Adirondack and Mont real express, was killed in his cab at Little Falls early this morning Engineer Wynne was looking out b the window on the fireman's side o the cab. A hot journal bad attracte Irs attention and he did not the approach of the Buffalo specia eastbouad. This train stpHHThinv on the head Mai'trom the cab and kil The fireman stop the 'train another enginee seWed at Little Falls. Th reached Utica three hours late the city would commence the paving 'eminent aid be only granted, to those; deal was consummated this week when of some of the streets and the tracks! companies with a view of, Mr. Harry Bell sold the Queen's hotel jto Mr. Thomas Guy of Stavely. The 5 price of hotel is now undergoing extensive im- and Sage a committee was appointed machinery and implements was moved jprovements and the new owner will by the mayor consisting of Aldermen i King, Halch and Frayne to get all' possible information on the subject. .J "Whereas Canadian machinery can J- A- >Iurrar of and sec- take possession as soon as the license can be transferred. It is understood NOR! L IS LEADING MANITOBA LIBERALS Sir Frederick said the opposition oincd suddenly the "blue funk" chool of England which met a signal reverse at the recent elections in'that country. The proposal of Mr. Borden nvolved a heavy expenditure with- Winnipeg, Feb. third ses- sion of the twelfth legislature of Ma- nitoba was opened this afternoon at three o'clock when Sir Daniel McMil- be purchased from ten per cent to tmrty per cent, less in Great Britain than in Western Canada, and whereas, we believe such conditions are caused by tne high protective tariff existing at ...ie present time, therefore be it resolved that immediate steps be tak- en regarding the said tariff so that ihe home purchaser may at least be able to purchase as cheaply as the outside world." that the price paid was POPULATION INCREASING The city census is not by any means complete yet. Returns are coming ijn steadily yet and will in all prob- lability continue to come in for some posal would have been accepted, and! But fast as the product of its mines, the people of Canada would have grows it does not keep.pace with the stood behind the government to a man demand. But vfhat the government had The Hillcrest mines began last week they had gone to the Admiralty and j the delivery of tons of Hillcrest said: "What is the best you can sug-jcoal to the Great Northern railway at gcst for a year? This: Michel, where it is being transferred would be no advantage or never would to the tracks of the Great Northern be in the'arbitrament of the fate of, for delivery to various points on .the the Empire. JHill system. The Laurier navy, added Mr. Foster! was expensive toy. It would n ver dare face war on the ocean. Mr. Foster complimenteri Mr. Lemieux for declaring that the Monroe doc- trine was an unpatriotic myth. He had more courage than thePrfr-, mier and the Minister of Militia who j pinned faith in that doctrine and who outwardly declared it in public. j Mr. Foster traced the manner in] which, in 1902, at the Imperial con-j ference, although all tbc other colon-] ies raised their contributions Sir bam, according to his promise to the Wilfrid said Canada could do nothing Board of Trade, called on G. J. Bury, for the Empire, as they were Manager of the C. P. R. and templating a local navy force. Sir endeavored to get information regard- Wilfrid had raised against the bogey ing the C. P. R.'s intentions with ref- J. BURY WAS NON-COMMITAL Lcthbriclgc-Weybuni Line While at Winnipeg, E. A. Cunning- of autonomy. Autonomr had been erence to the Weyburn line. Mr. Bury, a grown man however, said that he was unable to Ian read the speech from the throne. ALD. SAGE EXPLAINS :Uine yet Alrcady over a Thc chamber was crowded with in-i vited guests, ladies preponderating. RECEPTION GIVEN BAPTIST PASTOR out going one step in the direction of j The desks on the floor oi the house had been removed and the members lined the walls, gallantly giving the positions in the centre to the gentler sex. A square oi Strathcona Horse un- der Capt. Homer accompanied the Licut.-Governor from his official res- idence to the main door of the legis- lative buildings. In the retinue of, the Lieu tenant-Governor were n num- ber of garrison officers in full mili- in Canada for forty years. Did Aus- give out any information until Vice- tralia have autonomy and did they President Whvte has submitted the hesitate to no their share for tte programme for the West to Sir Thcra- and fifty additional have been added j Empire-> The navy proposed by the as Shaughnessy and the directorate. jgovcrnmcnt Was about as hazy and' Mr. Bury, However, gave an oppor- '.tal now about fts t-ar awa.. at comet. ,tunity to read something before the By and Co- Operation Expressed In the Baptist church yesterday ev- ening the congregation gave a recep- tion social in honor of their new pas- tor. Rev. A. J. Prosser. About sixty were present and a very sociable even Ing was spent. G. C. Collier acted as chairman and expressed the welcome or the congregation. Kev. A. A. Lytle oJ Westminster church was present >and on behalf of the pastors of the other churches wel- comed Mr. Prosser to the city. Mr. Prosser made a suitable reply expressing his thanks to the congre- gation and reciprocating the expres- sion of a desire for co-operation as ex- pressed by .Mr. Lytle. An interesting program of readings and music was given after which refreshments were served. Inference to Hehdev-uince the first return making the son Pnrlc at Council Meeting Alderman Sapc stated at the conn- POLICE COURT George Xagg found It rather diffi- uit to carry a full sized jag with pro-] away STEAMER NINETEEN DAYS ilines by saying that the company.con- ,sidered that there was no place in CROSSING ATLANTIC the West with a raore promising future _____ jlhan Lethbridge. cil meeting last night that he wished priety last night and paid the usual At Mercy of Storm For Several Days; Mr. Cunningham said that all along to make an orplanation of his state- S3 and costs at the police court this rncnt in regard to the Henderson park i morning on Monday night. Frank B. Buchanan appeared to an- "Since the report of last Council swer a charge of frequenting a house meeting appoared I have been asked to state my objections to the name tary dress, which lent to the occasion] "Henderson he remarked. 'Many men have failed to cultivate a touch of color and of old world pic- turcquencss. In the absence of Hon. Roblin, Hon. Robert Rogers acted as premier, Hon. speech as the utterance of thought. I am one of them. I meant to say that we as a Council, should not slide Mickie has resigned since last into the habit of calling this grand i fTtn VT- A session ot the house and T. C. s leader of the Opposition. ROMANTIC INDEED Craddock, of Grantham, Lincolnshire, England, came here to meet W. Na-[ of ill fame. He pleaded guilty to the an ocean liner on a voyage to this Due to Bad Accident jthe line people were talking of Leth- Halifax, Feb. days and that it is generally rec- from Liverpool after the most sensa- ognized that this is to be Lethbridge's tional passages ever experienced byiyear- by a name until we christen it with all due impressiveness; "Future generations will Henderson Park? Had we no formal i opening, nraking n-cord of the fact that the name expresses 'ifaithful ser- cnnrge and was fined and costs. E. Elaslig appeared to answer a charge of infraction of the health by- law and was fined ?1 and costs.