Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
'OLUMK VII. I.ETHBKllKJE, ALBEHTA. THURSDAY, FKJ1KUAHV 12, 191 i CENTS NTMI1KK TANGO FORBIDDEN AT MACLEOD SOCIETY DANCES 1 ECENTLY Was There Any Thing Wrong in Selecting the Hudson's Bay iermirial (Special to The Herald) Alia.. SV'i i'oml) an thrown Into a section of oclal im he.-o when tbe or the Assembly dances forblddi-n lo indulge In tango, tho turkey trot, and o'.lil-r. terc-slchorean Iritis at like nature. At the last Assembly dance a was posted up In the inrlsli hall by Ibo Women's Auxiliary to.bidding Indul- gence hi theeo da.ices undc-r lulu of being rc-ftjseil the use of tiio hull Tor such functions in tho future. Oltatvu. Ont. Veb. opera- tions of Ike department of Hallways and tiio department of Marine and Fisheries, lu connection will: ilio at Tort Nelson under ro- vlow throughout iiractirally ttio entire Bhort sitting at the House of Com- jnonR on Wednesday. A. K. Mcl-can, Halifax, introduced tho discussion by moving Tor all In- lormatton relative to the, progress mado during the summer months with the work of ealaWlaiiing suitable- terminal and port facilities for the JIudBon's Hay Railway al Nelson. He reviewed tho reports of to dvoiild i SAl'CV RKI'l.Y simplv Irail lo a fourth one to walcli I Dr.-Clark a lohear Ihe Ih'nl one. He favored canu'iria-' !i. llennelt's the latter, fanners in the as members oi havii.R hail consiilerable in; (Conlmwd oa VaeV n.xc.i. fff.atlr.i-m on pace London. Feb. f.ar.dErtcivnc tnade sonic reference- to the Canad- ian political system during his re- marks on tbe I'lstcr nui-atlon In yes- terday's debate in the House ci Lents. He said he was peifeclly ready li consider any scheme of federation cr devolution, but ralbei distrusted 'the complicated schemes such as the Ulster members were ask- and whit-b v-'oiild be recommended to liic people of Ulster because, akliougii .1 brought ihem within Home. Rn'.e, yet tt save liem iu suostance soriie- tike auloitotiij.'! In thus illustrating Itlb contention, L-ord IxintTsdowne doubtlesR in miii'l Die times of the siormy period of liU yctvcrnor-soneralship of Canada. Jjfttwcen 1SS3 and 1SS3, irheii Canadian re-deration not achieved Us present solidarity, and disputes between the provinces, nnd the Do- minion government were common and often ciitrlcd on -with acrimony. Ixml iiLethbridge to Have Carnegie Library by Fall 1914 Decided by City Commissioners Today Figures From Four Western Cities Show Lelhbridge to be Cheapar Than ihe Qlhers on tin Was Collected in December Ouring his term of office in India, followed Ca- nadiaii affairs with close attention (Continued on page Some interesting fifiarrs arc pub- llslicil in the Januatj report 'ut of tlit! duly which lies npnn UE not to sailJle those who corno after us with oil unworkahle'acherac which "was'tha I- hiVopmion, an infernal devalor Ic -ho X 's btslnntn., lo ship calcil hne, so the mills coul.i In f...ra, -no mis market, Ihis beihg the fitM yrai whirl, gives us so much conctti. to-; (hcy. Aso to tfnt." Tlie above is an cvlrnct in (he day. I would sooner these. (nt co.icilialion] should fail allcsoth- vnmpcil nnd insincere ngreemcn which would he panned off on the Nalionalliits.-becausii il gave them in 15.00 Jij.tiO Ilorm' an appearance o! Unilcd IrC- oMai'i a Fiipply of wheat during whole >ear, n'ouhl ii.erfase this amount materially- The export Irarlr lo lUnn: ac- tordlnc to Mr. (Jrcfn. is about ore- Ihinl the Iraile.of the Kllisosi Mm- cr thnn that they should cnrt jnjome fmj, (ro11, the D.iily I'rcss, uti'lcr .Isle of uary 1st, 1911. It will observed pany. Willi the. increase expected, tho mini the nboie rrfutt that the' tot.il tutuie of Ulhbridgo as a milling i amount uS- flour by "llohg' point seems to he fairly well aUured.