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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TWELVE PAGES Lethbridgc,Aib?irta;Siatuiaay, February 15, 1913 PRICE-FIVE CENTS Number 56 1 UE O'BRIEN AS M FALLS FOOL OF THE SPEAKER 7m\ Socialist Member Rfeferred to Members as "Individuals" - Criticised $oth Parties - Harold Riley as a Dizzy Financier , - Friday in the Legislature LEAVE PARTY POLITICS OUT OF THE CAMPAIGN FOR LAND TITLES OFFICE rably more con-party thi.n it is as Icnocking is the not Burprislng. 1 (Special to the Herald) Edmonton, AHa,, P'el). 14.-As representing Jhe third party in the leg-Isiaturo, CM. O'Brien, Socialist incniber fot Rocky Mountain, opened tills afternoon's session.with a speecli on thp reply to the address from ths throne. Mr. O'Brien gave the house a description ot conditions ot workers in the province, liut tcfore doing ' 60 he described the proceedings ot the house in the past two days as a vaudeville performance in which the perlorniiJrs were very poorly paid. 1'lic reading of speeches in the housa by two iudividuals, in reply to. a speech prepared hy . the government was ,3 mere farce, e-spccijilly when the speeches of the mover and sec-  onder had been prepared by some one else. Speaker Hon. C. W. Fisher asked Mr. O'Brien not to refer to members ot the house as individuals. Mr. O'Brien : "I beg pardon. I did Dot mean to be disrespectful." Hon. .1. R. Uoyle asked if lit was In order tor a member to state in the house that any speeches delivered In the house were prepared by some one else than the person delivering itlieni: Mr, O'Brien : "Is it not true'!" ' Martin "WdOlf, Oardston, and Lu-fci?n Boudreou, St. Albert, mover and'] second of the reply to the speech from the throne, both assured Mr. O'Brien that no one else prepared ,their speeches and they would ' bo prepared'to "excel their last e'ltorts. "To ho^vl prosperity to peopjo 'liv- , Ing in thQ 8tal;e that ,thff^p, -Tugaskc-March 5 .(evening). Regina-March 7,' . " " Chamberlain-Marofi 8; ' Morse-^March 10, � > Swift Current-Marcli, ,11, ' 1 Medicine Hat-March 12. Lethbrldge-March 13. Ensign-March Xi. Calgary-Marc'h 15 and -17./'v �Vancouver-March Via-to''SS. Edmonton-March 28' and 2!li, Lloydminster-March' 31, ': ' :: Battleford-^April : -, : - - : -Humboldt-April a. ',.:"' ' Saskatoon-April''4 � and'5; Prince Albert-;ii.pril'.'7. - '' ; ' Yorkton-April 8;,' i Melville-April; 10. ,^ : More About Heroic Band Which Strugglecf^Tf. PrivaUon and HungeP^-Vakable Kmwledg^ .Glei^-^Jl^ph^, '^ of Great Wue to Science * (Copya^^ghted.ln the JJnited .Kingdom by -tlie-^ Central News Limited, IJon-'don; :ilegist.ered-^iin the Department of Agriculture, Copyright Branch,, Dominion of Canada, by-the- Canad-. ian Press Limited; Special cable despatch to the CentralNews, London; .Further particulars of the do-, ings of Lieut. Campbell's party.) [ Chrlstchurch, N. Z.; Feb.' 14=-In continuation of.his description of,'the work and e.vpei;iences of the British Antarctic �.\pedliiou 01 -1010, ; Com; mander Evans gives' the,- following further particulars ot the doings -of, Lieut. Campbell's northern party: While av/altlng the ,ship in February.,, caught In. the hliz'zard from the plateau, were experienced, .these caused the seals to tak� to the sea earlier than usual,, the seals having '�.::� � . X- an objectl'oa to. the �old autumn gales, thus tin Alffrch 1) when the Lieutenant idift'clded jthat- the winter;-would have to'be: faced :and that it would' be necessary td prepare provisions for the 'winter>- very-low seals were to be seen; By March 20 the 'Igloo, although unfinished, affOTded fairly com fortable, shelter. The Jgloo was constructed hy digging a deep trench, '.and; with Ice axes cutting "out a cham-iber atr the �nd of this, measurlng'13 feet hyO.' The trench was afterwards ii'pofed in with sealskins and snow, ifprming a long passage, , .^-Doors were formed by sacks' and by.having three of these the party Averfe' able- to keep the 'temperature in. the-living room above zero. The igloo afforded' shelter just: In time, for Le-1 ' .....(Continuea on page 11). Will Build New Church This Year �^Wbrk win: be started o'li-ths nsw- iHg:-, On the main floor will he the 1. ROE IS-WAl FMIIE,,OF LADIES WOMEN GAVE .HIM .iGREAT OVATION WHEN COROHER'SVeRi, DICT WAS'iHECElV'ED f',-.' London,^ Feii; 115.^!in:," o^pii-.'yM^ was rettirned :in the;;' I?p mystery intjiiest  ycsfejl^ay,y>tte^^^^ agreeing, that"Trey^niijii; diedl^t-;^ an verp|iii:; |ypi- po. evidence to ;sh6w ijo\vf"'p^^ it'was administered� , ^\ .. -------,, The ;verdict^'�sum-:6n .which iihis province is: payIng'4uterest-,'!''-ha'saiJ, "is that-of women, who-cliwrod,'4vav'ki;--haifd- 'erchjefs and shoo'^i^^hirpf'cpidi'alty % Koman. Catholic Church this summer: without fall, and as a result Fourth; aveaue. South promises to be one'^jOf-the busiest thoroughfares In the city;: Rev. Father Rosenthal made the. an-' nouncement to the' Herald: yest^d^y:' fiiternooa, hut he nuallfled:-hi8'*�atei ment by ihe intimation that wSethe? the building would be-completed this year or not would depend-largely ^oa'-certaln transactions which are..p4nd;-I Ing. At the very least the-bat;''','^'s^'t'; win ho built, and a portion otth^WijP-: etstructure got under way. ^ ,-,) ,-,>-, The plans of the; edUac^," ate; now under way. ; They , are b*in^;_:^r&;-pared by Mr. Palmer; � In ..chaYgeJ of Lang & Major's, office- in the. Mo,r-" rls Theatre block. Last year plans, were prepared, but were not accepted, as they wore not considered sli|tT. able. .., , The new plaivs wUI provide for/V church-IGO feet 'by 96 feet, malting jt; .on� of the largest In the city.. It .will be -built ',oi re-lnforced conoretosnrwltlt. the;floors and Interior colunjns :of .thet, sani'Q. material. The. exterior iwalls: will he of �pres'sed>'brldkj- witht'erf-a cotta' trimmings. To add to thtf dlg^ nity and � church-like appe.arance; -'pt the strU'Cture a sjilrpj 140 �ect in height will crown the hulldlng. ;>,;':; Th^ interior construotion-of'the'ne"v*'.' ojiurch will'ba. modelled after- sohtre^ot the mosf ,up-tc-dats EtT"ctures'in tlie 13ast. l..,ast^ year represjntatlves' from tho church :.visited' many enst^rn"   'lid! ;a;Uditorluni, capable of seating one thousand people. Besides, there will :lie.s^*fecial rooms for the various O'f-jflplalsj, as follows: Two sacrlstri?is, iQnei.haptistry: and two galleries, one !for,.th^ choir, and one for the Si'Sters. iProYlElOffTls also made for a fire proof �vatiUTin* which to keep the church re-jOprds;''.-.. . * y,The basement will seat seven hundred; and is provided with a stage 27 tfeet by 34 feet, two. club room^, klt-jcheu, dining room and toilet. 1 ; From-the plans it would appear that jt.he church 'will- be one of the; finest ilfi the- �lty when completed, arid the �cbng^egatioh is bent on providing a rhpme;.whldh.wlll meetthe c^emands of th^ifilty fo'r some time to come.  VFither- Rosenthal said he hardly NEW CITADEL OF SAEVAIl ARMY WILL BE THE' NEW SALVATION ARMY CITADEL , : i.': . (Photo by Herald Staff PhotographET) STOi COMPANY lORPORAIED : > > ? > 'I* > '> ? TOWN BURNED, j .> BLIZZARD RAGED TWO LIVES LOST Cobalt,, Ont., Feb. 15.-During a terrific blizzard last night, fire , broke out in Elk Lake, wiping- out a goodly portion of the. business .section, and reaulUilg in th^ dea'!,h or two men. ; The principal buildings destroyed weye the Bank of iCoramerce, tlve 'Marabanac Hotel, and the Hudson's Bay store. .. ,� �;.;,'�.,�' � ' WlENTiED /�ID'FEWC -J. OF CANDIDATES .POR JUDGESHIP. W. C. IVES '.IS fltE'GARDED AS. , THE BEST^MAN (Special to The Herald.) Edmonton, Feb. 15.r-ln case the provincial goverament decides, to enlarge the Supreme Court of Alberta by the addition of four new judges, .there IS certain to be a big scramble at'Ottawa for the positions. Alberta created.ithe positions;- but the Doniin-lon appoints tlie raen^and' paya the' salariei^. .� ' *  ''- ' Tbe>namos-ofTj.. F, .0. Bowen, city sojlcitiir, BdmpntqnVi, Jas.,Mulr,^ K.C., Calgary; and L. M. .Jf)'hnstQne,''LetlI-, bridge,- have been pje'ntloned as possible appointees, but. there are three other prominent Alberta,lawyers well to the, front' in ther running, two of them being- from the,,southern part ot the province, They^are W. C. Ives, Lethbrldge; B. -P. -McNeill, Macleod, and M; S; MoCarthyj'eX-M.P., Calgary. The fvfo'former are ^.ell-known members ot the profession and rank as. leaders ot the bar. ;� fepth. are' great party -111611.-.. oL.the.itwo- Mr; Ives is likely '.to have' the ' sfobngest claims as he'''Has;,ss^oiflficed-'tmuch -for the Conservative,, ,'pa'rty. j, Mr. McCarthy would';be jrB0C�g'nlzgd|ial8o on account of bl&; faithful: i)Olltidal service more than hiSigift&.''aft aldwyer. FI-NED '$5,000 Mi'hh., Feb. 14.-The Detroit, Mihh., Feb. 14.-The so-called bath tub,t?ust was todyy found guHtv;of erlmUial conspiracy,. in ve-'  " 'In the �thought the details of their plans 'would be'deelded uutn the new, bishop | strai'nf of trade,, by' J a ]"ry o'f the Calgary district Is named. But United States District?iCourt. itiiey fire ready to make a start, and, j The aCt as charged,14 a mi.sdemean-ii possible, will have the building | or, andvthfe jienalty, ))fovides impris-riady-for-'joccupatlon Boipetlme next onment>;not,:ftx(;e,ed]ng';'^9iiu;.yeai, or a yiin^ef. ' ' fine ot ,?5,000, or ^ioth. ainouht-'nlus the 517,400,000 invol fa iha A MO". W. decisicu " ,,;"'�VwTi'*';^'''' 'r :involvod 1-1 I the hand,, The hasemeijt-wlll-he -'thirteeii Scet in helgrhl, while ,the ,nava and |tr,TinX-'' gcept will be 4P feet from floor fV " G THE VILLAGES ;.L IR I liifedraoht^n, Feb,'..15\-'Widely - In-iJcy-oas^dv ;p6wers are. given to vtllago communities under the; new Village Act, which will be,passed! at the pr�-'serit ,4essidn �'of the Legislature; ^ rThe Imost.:imp/>rtant change will - be the I'jjl.aiQl^g.vo'fevlUagos on the' saweVstand-jl^g:!,a8(niiinIcipalHieB in regard, to cor-ii a*i�l!^'''-a ciuarr.V( '^Thls'J necessitated the stripping. 08 8e.Yeral7 feet ot the top surfa6evta leave the. stone hare. Believing- that t^e ^hftle formation overlying tfis' -stone was iwell adapted for 'the'nifth\ifact^re;''ot | brick, the eompany, d4rln| tHaJwlntei''' had tests made at Totoritoj 'Mll\ou,. Ont.; Edmonton, RedcUffe and'SpolTr ane, all of which went:., t'osHow.'t^a.t the material will mak^J^;hrlck; su'ijer.-ior to anything in Alberta;for\color, and quality. Colors all ^the'Way from; huff to dark chocolate oaji b? oWln^d^ by various mixtures of :'tho iavallahJe, cWys, " , ' The object in increasing. theL.capi-'tai stack' of the company Is to � instal. a thoroughly up-to-date' brick, plant,' with an ultimate capaeltj'.'qf^ O.d/QOO', bricks a day, ai�l also to,Increase th^ output of the quarrying' addition of more stoneVP^n?'"'', spd-ft; steam shovel. Tlhe latter.will'be.'u^d; for economic handling of :'th^' �strip-, By utilizing the material,;Btrlp(^edi off the rock, one of the'gr.eatastiltepi^; of expense will not only.vhe overobme,;, but will' be' turned, ln'tb/!arprpfii.;,',.''v.4 The situation :ot thB'.-Mjlapt*'lai'-parr? tlcularly good' with, regafd,(;�fe , ahip'. ping, as all parts of Sot\thterh--Alb!epfe: can be reaty,r 1 My. Lleut.-Colonel Turner, of Toronto, will conduct the opening services of (he Salvation Army's new citadel tomorrow at ii a.m., 3 and 7.30 p.m. . The: official opening will be at S p.m., when his Worship, Mayor Hardie will preside, supported by the alder men, a number of the ministers and leading citizens. His Worship will speak a few words on' behalf - of the city concerning the work of th�.-Sal- . vatlon Array, Pr, Rivers will apeak of the work done In connection" with � the prison. The R.ev. Mr. Perry and Rev. Mr. Cameron will also deliver briisf addresses. Some time during the services.the � following items of interest 'will take place: The corps will be presented j with new colors; the local officers an^' , bandsmen will be commlsBloned; 'an '.:^ enrollment of soldiers will take ^laoe.:, , At the everiing service Ensign An-;,-^ drews and Captain Pease,, who have been in command of the corps for the ' past eighteen months will take their;:': farewfil of the local corps, Thes'e:> officers desire fo thank the putillc;'.'' for : the .kindness Bh0|wn .them during , '| The building, which was erected'liy ' B.T.,Broad, a local'contractor,, is*ja>3,i;^| credit to the'ATmy,\and .ehoW8;''th^lij;|f;?.3?lf faith in'the future of Lethbrldge.^ j^^^ Built at a coat of $15,000'ou "fc^ei^,'^^ main street of, it give's'.dS^;;y^ll a lasting impression of the-n'o^,^ f" ;j^^ the late-General Booth was the'fli^f'^ .'-|| leader ' f ' f . The building is of preisad brick, ' ^ faced with , sfone, and has the'jjegu-';^-,^*! latloniArmy citadel front, iii t&&^-iij)00^ per storey;; which is several feet, ah,-j',''V^^ ove the street l�vel, la found the-audl-^r ^ torium, capable of seating'thre?,hun!-,,/.''/J' dred;people;: It Is fitted wUh'thtfatfe-^' ,,!| Beats,-'ana ' la' a  bright,. well Iti^m^M room:: Tn.the front Is a large xaJsAl'i'^ -,,.,! platform' for the officers, tli�.'band and the soloists. The floor shapeo'-'to',', i-^^J the. front, and the coiling; is coveteW with , metallic interior ; Ilalshiagi^Sji^.jJ^^a^ terlal. In fact the building all tb^'ough,;; T'^k has metallic;ceillng8. '1,^ '\,>'- ;'Th*. basement, which will be ,ufed ^ j'.^V for Sunday school and weekly meet- ^ [ ings, is''laid, out to accommdd^te'..,t^�,M*'^ many demands which will be mad�.ul>-' r-',h and an office, for vth^-; Army, otti(ci|la.2^Si;^^^^^ There are no offiijeTS' quarters'dp ,tliei' � building as was the case in ths old^-citadel, ^ J ' * Fifteen years ago, the SalvVtlonf' Army,.'wa8"eiiiabll8hed!;ln: I;Jetl^rfc(Bp;;r^^':,,t Then' but a village, the' 6fflce^a'/in , ' ' charge of the Ijarracks hereplied  .the^r cheerful and' cl^arltabld v�brk am-ong the people, holding services, lp�a ' little, building^ where,:the;:Gray':*ard-;jy;v.jis ware .store; now stands. In aodl} .(h^ , town had'grown so that a citadel waa'  considered neoessary, a:nd their fi'cBt' ^ building-'was'erscite'd,'where th^ liltia-^ prMs'-theatre.-nowBtan-djs,.,.. Tfife^Mt-Qj' ,' s w^a--last ibpuglit a(; a nominal f!cure.,'''ana 1' y,e^r, af|or recelyins rei>eatcd of- ; 1 figurSaj: ey ^aicfe'ibt-,: ieiflands.'i*'.'!': bhSi forced t'lem Ao,. fers, was &l8po"sed(,of proxinlati^g^ MO.bftO,/ T B^ll/ho-weyer; ^efoje J ut 'mate-: ^Vco Winyjdftll ,^ke'th8-st^pji'oV,|',;i   � ;' ^Tribute to'fthe Ittevi ted Offline, 9 ' m4ir�-;i|Mcapratnpi^.' Jhe>pr68?'^Jj|(aIv{itl6tirA'-m^ otti-->ir o" 215933 44991? 78 21 7 ;