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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge, Alberta.Friday, February Number 58. GREATEST IN WESTERN CANADA Six Weeks Tour Of Alberta By S. S. Association H. F. Kenny, the hustling and suc- cessful general secretary of the Alber- ta Sunday School Association was in the city over night on his way to Barons and Carmangay. Those who have followed Sunday School history in Alberta during the past year will remember that the Association has been doing big things. In conversa- tion with the Herald, Mr. Kenny oufc- Uned a scheme for a mid-summer Sun- day School tour that will be wilhaut a doubt the biggest Sunday School event ever pulled off in Western Cana- da. Two parties of Sunday School work ers.are being organized that will make a six weeks' tour of the province hold ing meetings and conventions at the different points, commencing July 5. Miss Helen Palk, elementary special- ist, of Winnipeg, a teacher in the Winnipeg Normal School and one of the leading Sunday School authorities in America will make the entire trip as will also a musical director who has not yet been selected. Besides 'these a number of prominent Sunday School mtn of Alberta will make part of the tour giving addresses. Among these arc Alex. Butchart, city com- (Continucd on Page 5) L. M. ROBERTS DEPUTY SPEAKER Edmonton, Pcb'. M. Roberts, M.P.P., for High Ri- 4> ver was appointed deputy speaker of the Legislature to- day. V. A. Walker, M.P.P., was re-elected Liberal whip. CUSHING'S RESIGNATION; RUTHERFORD'S REPLY ESTATES YIELDED MUCH REVENUE Lethbridge Judicial District Sectfld In Succession Duties From figures supplied by the pro- vincial treasurer in the amount of succession duties levied oa estates during, the year 1909. Lethbridge dis triot stands second in the province. The amounts in the various districts are as follows: Calgary district, 0-18.26; Lethbridge District, Edmonton district Wetas- kiwin district Macleod dis- trict i The estates and Read In the House-Ex-Minister Will Explain On Monday -The Premier's Statement Regarding Other Railways Edmonton, Feb. brief ses- sion of the Legislature throbbed with interest yesterday while Premier Ru- resignatioa of Hon. Mr. Gushing as Minister of Public Works. He made no statement hut read the correspon- dence which had passed between him- self and the- ex-Minister of Public Works. CUSHING'S RESIGNATION Edmonton, Feb. Mr. Ru- therford, I enclose herewith my res- ignation as a member of your cabinet. Owing to the fact of which you are already aware that in your method of administering the affairs of state, en- trusted to the care of the government there are several matters in which I am not in accord with you. The most prominent of these being the manner in which you have handled the railway policy of the province es- le.vied in the Lethbridge district dur- ing the year 1909 were as C. 0. Card's estate, duties, G8; A. P. Cockburn's estate duties, William Henderson's estate, duties, Francis W. Noyes' pecially that part pertaining to the succession duties j guaranteeing of the bonds of the Al- tierta and Great Waterwavs Railway. For this transaction, put through without my knowledge or consent, is in my judgment, such that I cannot with sincerity of heart and honesty of purpose, defend before the elector- ate- of this province, because in the 4 G. W. Ry. I myself some- goremment to guarantee the bonds ot what at a loss to understand this in view of thc fact that the negotiations with respect to tbe guaranteeing of the bonds of this railroad and respect to all the details connected with the settlement of the mortgage and of the agreement with this railroad com- paay were as you are of course aware had with your full :knowledgo and complete approval. only as- sume from your letter' that in some way it has escaped your memory that the terms oi the proposed mortgage very carefully by the government, you be- ing present at the time, before the promoters of the enterprise left for the Old Country to arrange their fin- ances. It must- also have escaped your memory more subsequently and after tho legislation authorizing the estate, duties, Grace Red-1 agreement and specification signed by nifli'cv rlu-4 ine ?97Pi fift- ..4.i-n..l SI i- path's-estate, duties Wm i Lewis Thompson's estate PREMIER ANSWERS BENNETT'S QUESTIONS Regarding the Purchase Of the Provincial University Site-Cheques Issued For Price yourself, you have utterly failed to protect the interests of the people. Therefore, recognizing that my po- sition as member of your cabinet is no longer tenable, with extreme re- gret I hereby tender you my resigna- tion, as a., member oi your govern- ment. Yours truly, W. H. Cushing. -THE PREMIER'S ACCEPTANCE Edmonton, Feb. INDOMITABLE TO HEAD FLEET PRINCELY HOSPITAL GIFT Toronto, Feb. C. Ea- ton, president of tbe T. Eaton Co. has undertaken to build at his own the surgical wing of tho new general hospi- tal at a cost of J250.000. the promoters had made their neces- sary financial arrangements, the mor-t gage and agreement, and the other details in connection with the trans- action were fully discussed and agreed to at a council meeting at which you were present on Oct. 7th last.. The matter'was then .closed at the .full conference of the entire cabinet and the necessary orders-in-coundl were signed. These events are so recent and so fresh in my I am somewhat astonished that you seem to have forgotten them, as I assume you must have done. Your letter is 'the first intimation I have ever re- ceived that you are otherwise than in complete accord with the govern- ment in connection with this matter. la accepting your' resignation, I have only to reciprocate most heart- ily the regret you express in your letter. 1 shall acquaint His Honor, the Lieutenant-Governor, with the fact of your resignation immediately. Believe me, dear Mr. Gushing, Yours sincerely, (Signed) A. C. Rutherford. GUSHING SPEAKS MONDAY On closing the epistle the Premier NEW WHOLESALE ESTABLISHMENT Organized-Will Build Large Warehouse OB Snitb Street INCREASE OF THIRTY PER CENT In Canada's Trade Last Month--Cus- toms Revenue Ottawa, Feb. trade for January totalled an increase of or nearly 30 per cent over the corresponding month, of last year, and constituting the re- cord for the month. For the first ten months of the present fiscal year Thc Western Supply and.Equipment the total traiie has been Company of Lethb'ridge, have purchas an increase -f fiin ed two lots comer of Smith Street and the lane just south of Redpath opposite the Western Canada Agency. 'They will erect a warehouse as soon as weather permits. It 'will be solid brick, two storeys, 50 x 100 feet, facing, on Smith Street. The or about 20 per cent. The imports last month totalled an increase of over January, 1909. The exports of domestic products totalled 406 an increase oi For the ten months imports have totalled spur track will probably be placed on i an increase of that side of Smith-Street to accom- modate this firm as well as others oa adjacent property. The Western Supply and Equipment Co., Ltd., has an authorized capital of and will handle all kinds of office, building and mining supplies The officers of the company are as follows: G. J. Bryan, President: E. J. Alport, Vice-President, and manag remarked that Mr. Cushing desired to inj? director; J. Lockhart, secretary- j postpone any statement he may make relative to the cause of his resigna- tion. Later Mr. Gushing explained treasurer. The formation of this company just emphasizes the well known fact that Lethbridge is bound Naval Policy Advanc- ed By Liberal Member Ottawa, Feb. There was a ring My Bear Mr. I have to acknowjcdge your letter enclosing your resignation as a member of the of British loyalty and a conception j executive council andt setting put the day. Col. McLean comes of United reasons that compelled vou to 'take who did 'the government ,__ steP- contess it comes to me as a surprise that my administration of the people's affairs does not meet with your approval, but unquestion- ably vou are right in taking the view under such circumstances your position as a member of the executive council is no longer tenable. Believe me, I heartily regret this, but I am compelled to recognize the 'facts as purchase the site for the provincial i university buildings? Simp- son estate; Mrs: Annie Maud, Mary Beamish Stokes and Mrs. Annie Del- tor Simpson, executrices and devise- es, who transferred the property to the government. was the date of the pur- chase? 7tn, 1907. was the amount of the pur thcy stand and your lefcter leaves me chase price? was the purchase paid, by cheque or in cash? cheques. Q-How was the purchase price Qne as to The only matter referred to specifi- cally 'in your letter and therefore the livered to the vendor, by mail, express or by an individual on behalf of the ledge of disagreement with the gov- government? A-Cheque No. S046 of RUarantccinK of the bonds of the A. who counted on her friendship did not for deposited in the; this rnilwav rnmnanv troc nnec.rf and Bank of Montreal, Edmonton, to the credit of Mrs. Stokes and Mrs. Simp- son, executrices of tbe Simpson es- tate, June 14th, 1907, personally by the deputy provincial treasurer, a re- ceipt being taken by him for said this railway company was passed and Edmonton, Feb. the Legis- lature yesterday Mr. Boyle, Sturgeon, was again after information. He said that in respect to the return placed on the table on Wednesday there was no evidence as to who signed tbe agreement The Premier in reply said he was not aware of this over- sight and would have the, information supplied. He also stated that at an early date as possible, information in. respect to the C. N. R. and G. T. P. branch company would on table aid a f nil itatement of all railway transactions. The following petitions were pre- sented by the premier: Respecting amendment to tbe Strathcona charter. By Mr. Cushing, Calgary, respecting the confirming of bylaws of the city of Calgary. By Mr. Boyle, respecting incorporation of tho Great West Per- manent Loau Company. Petitions were read respecting the amendments to the Edmonton charter, incorporation of the Yellow Head Coal Co., 'the Central Alberta Railway Co.; conformation of bylaws of the Town of Camrose; incorporation of the Stavely Club and the Athabasca Land- ing Club. Mr. Bennet, Calgary, requested that the government provide flies for tne members to keep trace of the bill coming before the house. He thought that if better supervision bad been given In the past better results might have been obtained. "Perhaps the government has been a little parsimonious in the 'past ses- replied the premier. "Such matters will be attended to." Replies to Mr. Bennett The Premier read the questions j for the purchase of the said site on i Ton "general manager" asked by Mr. Hennott on Tuesday, i behalf of the government? and gave the replies as follows: j Premier of the province. Empire Loyalist stock and he plain- ly showed that he did not look "at the question from a purely Canadian viewpoint. Col. McLean wanted a fleet unit on the Atlantic and an In- domitable on the Pacific. He came out strongly in favor of an Indomi- table at the head of the Canadian fleet and looking ahead saw the time vfMn this policy would be carried out So far as Mr. Bordcn's emergency contribution was concerned Mr. Mc- no recourse than to accept your res- Lean would have none of that. In pnce Agnation. striking language he criticized those of Imperial duty in' the speech of Col. H. H. McLean, 'the Liberal member for Quecns-Sunbury in the House to- he was afflicted by a severe cold and j to bc a Rreat distributing centre, would state his position to the House on Monday. He said that he'cer- tainly disagreed with the government on certain particulars of the adminis- tration. SUBMIT. INFORMATION Alter the reading of the letters per- taining to the resignation, Mr. Boyle, Sturgeon, stated that he noticed that some of the documents in regard to the Alberta and Great Waterways placed on 'the table on the previous day were only copies and asked if the originals were obtainable. 445, The exports of domestic pro- ducts for ton months totalled an increase of Of this increase about was in the exports of agricultural pro- and in exports of the forest. The exports of manufac- tures show an increase of nearly two millions. The customs revenue for the'month was an increase of 037. For the ten months the cus- toms revenue has been an increase of or a little over a million a month. DEADLOCK BETWEEN THE GRAIN GROWERS And Manitoba Government In the Matter Of Government Own ed and Operated Elevators In reply, Premier Rutherford said that the Government was willing to give the. House everything that was in the office of. the Attorney General of the Gra-n Growers'. Association are now coming to close quarters on. mont of Manitoba and the directors T have of his political friends who-shut their eyes serenely and sang tho swan song of no Germany menace. He painted a graphic picture of Germany's desire ernment upon is to the of a naval power declaring that those know their or in the hands of the Government and that all papers would be pro- duced. "I may state also that at the first possible date the agreements and everything else, even to the route plans of the C. N. R. and G. T. P. branch lines will be placed before the House. Further I would like to intimate that it "will be done at as early a date as possible as I feel it is due to the members of this House and the people of this province that I will give what I regard as a full statement in connection with eur rail- way transaction to this House." This announcement was greeted with applause by members of all parties. cheque and to which receipt was for- Clarence street, Kingston, Ont, citor for the executors of tbe Simp- son estate. Cheque No. 29788 of 1907 for in favor of Mrs. Stokes and Mrs. Simpson, executrices of the Simpson estate issued December 31, and forwarded by mail to J. L. Whiting, K. C., 69 Clarence street, K.C., 691 Discussed In Council-Dust Nuisance Remedies-Preachers And Sunday I Post Office Qosing-Letter From C Magrath, P; The council of the Board of Trade! the posloffice was taken up at the for this year is starting off in of the president. Aid. style. At the regular weekly thought that as it was a Do- jing yesterday every member of the j minion-wide order, it would be useless Mr. Rylands said that in Winnipeg allow of the experiment being made, they had a compound that they were using that was more satisfactory than Kingston, Ont. Cheque No. 297S9 was pjrcscnt and a Jot of busi-jto do anything. It vas suggested oil and was less expensive. 1U07 for ?642.S3 in favor of the secre- ness that as the action .was taken largely Mr. Tilley claimed that the main tary treasurer City of Strathcona for A lctter was rcad {rom C- A> of the action of the Eastern j nuisance came from the fact that the taxes against said property to June'grathj MP> acknowledging the' re-1 clergymen it would bc well to sound dirt from excavations was dumped in 1907. date of the purchase (copies cdpt of a lettcr thc banking the opinions of the local tho coulee and nothing done to keep of paid cheques hereto by an individual, who? Answered by No. 5. the matter of the legislation to be submitted to the legislature providing for the establishment and operation of a system of public owned On the occasion of an interview be- tween these bodies some three weeks ago the government undertook to draft a bill and to submit it to the grain growers before introducing it in the Legislature. Subsequent to this conference the grain growers instructed their, adviser R; A. Bonnar, K.C., also to prepare a bill embodying .their proposals. Yes- terday forenoon at 11 o'clock the di- rectors of the Grain Growers' Asso- ciatioA met the members of the gov- ernment at the legislative buildings. Thorc was practically a full attend- ance of the grain growers and the government forces were headed by Hon. Robert Rogers, acting premier. It is understood that the conference lasted more than an hour and the proceedings were of a nature to indi- cate that they would result not in agreement but in deadlock. BILLS DO NOT AGREE The government produced their bill and the grain growers also brought forward the bill prepared for them by Mr. Bonner. It is said that the points of divergency in thc two mea-jis to sures largely outnumbered the points of resemblance and it early became apparent that it would be extremely difficult to reconcile thc two measures FIRST AID TO INJURED SOCIETY FORMED Fernie, Feb. First Aid to the Injured Society was organized at Coal Creek last night at which 60 mem- bers were enrolled. Mr. Fames Ash- worth, manager of the coal company, and J. B. Turney, purchasing agent, were present and are taking much in- terest in the movement. iand other authorities testifying to and if they were agreeable to having I down the ciust. Mr. McKcown spoke j Thc grain growers asked the A the importance of having better post-! the offices open to let the postmaster-i of the way teamsters hanl the dirt men t to accept the Bonnar i al facilities at Lethbridge. These: know of it. It was finally decided to j away from excavations, Thc boxes but this was declined. Q conducted the negotiations letters were from Sir Edward Clous-j write to Winnipeg to see what they'arc loose and by thc time they get of thc Bank of' wore doing to get thc order counter-' to thc dump thc boxes arc nearly I Montreal, Alex, Laird, general man- measure, On the other Dr. Coraan posed to organize similar societies throughout the Pass district. This Is a most necessary and humane move- ment and the miners are great interest in the promotion of it. DEPUTY PROVINCIAL SECRETARY RUMOR Edmonton, Feb. J. L. Clarke, former minister without port- folio in the government of Prince Ed- ward Island, is expected to receive j the appointment of deputy provincial secretary caused by the resignation of II. W. Riley. Mr. Clarke is in the city now and is understood to be making arrangements to move his fa- mily here from the east. Hon. Duncan Marshall refused to confirm the rumor today but stated that no appointment had been made yet though one would be announced shortly. hand thc government measure in manvj The in attendance upon of its provisions was not acceptable ;KinS Gustave issued a final bulletin j empty and the dirt is on thc street, to the grain growers and thc confer- jat noon recording on the whole agcr of the Canadian Bank of Com-i THE DUST NUISANCE j Mayor Adams said that that could jonce adjourned without any real pro- progress towards reco- merce, D. H. Wilkie, general manager' Another important matter discussed i be easily remedied and he said it in j gross being made. supplementary estimates to provide a post office for Lethbridge. A letter was received from G. .1. Bury, western manager of the C.P.R. saying that he had not given out, any interviews regarding thc Lcthbridpe- Wcyburn line as William Wbvtc would ANOTHER GOOD BLOC hack debts to pay and no publicity j building to erect this year, thc Board should bc able to get along with ab- i out the same grant as last year. It had hern suggested that the Board j adopt the principal of getting along! without any civic grant and have all] i the funds provided by the members but hr rtiit not think that the Board ALD. S. J. Montreal, Who Would Shorten Liquor Selling Hours. .1. W. Turpin has" purchased two was strong enough to undertake that. jbo thr only one to give out any such lots on the southwest corner of Rod- They would ne-cd to have four or fivr information, path and Burnett Streets and in the hundred members there are j i A letter from E. A. Cunningham sprine; proposes erecting a block there-i less than one hundred. jwas read giving the council tho in- on. Mr. Turpin will probably build; MESSAGE FROM SPOKANF. j formation' that was published in the two storeys and a full basement hut; Mr. Xoursr had requested MC.SS .Herald thc other day. i thc foundation and walls will be built Lonnquist'and Sharp, who arc j SUNDAY P. 0. CLOSING j to carry six storeys which thc block ibers of thc Spokane Chamber of Thc matter of the Sunday closing; of i will ultimately be. j (Continued on page 5) DEATH OF MRS. GEORGE MCNABB J. A. of the Toronto GloVc, Principal in Famous Libel Suit with Hon. Geo. E. Foster. The death took place this morning of Evelyn, beloved wife of Andrew McXabb, of 20S Bompas SL{ j Thc deceased had been Hi only af I i short time and her death comes as i shock to her large circle of N" I Siie was twenty-four years and two-' j months old. Besides her husband loaves to mourn her loss in this cit; j a sister, Mrs. J. B. Storey and a Ither, Sergeant Leslie Sllliker of th city police force. Announcement of the funeral wil ibe made later. ;