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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday^ Febl'iiaiT 19,1913. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Dr. Stewart > Spoke dn Weeds (Continued from front pige). George Hoaniey, member for Oko-,t6ks, Jiiled up the rcinainilor oC , the atternoon with a speech which consisted mainly of personal queries di-rcctetl to, members on the opposite ride of the hiouse. He said he under-Eitood there" was considerable rake-olt Irom guarantee of raiilway bonds, and he would lilie to lersisled. A short time-ag6,-Irwas adviM4 to try "Fruit-a-tives" a�dXdi'd so, .v.'|th Imutt confess, very Jlttle.faitH.'Biit. after I had taken- tliem for three ' days, my Hcadnclies were-easier arid in a week tUey left me. , � . � - . - After I had .taken.a; box;bf these tablets, my headache3-were-,qnite cured. My appetite was alvjays ppor. anil my stomach bad-^iina ndw-iny appetite is splendid and iiiy.diigestibn excelleiat. I had become tiiiri and wftaW from the constant I^eadaches'biitnow-not only have I been cured of all.tbese'awful Headaches, but niy strength iisgrowing up once more and! feel like a new man" BgRT CORNRIL. Take "Fruit-a-tives", 50c. a* box, 6 for |) size, 25c." At dealers or from Fruit-a-tives limited, Ottawa. The Mexican Revolution Closes fContinued from front paje). ready taken up the questicn of co-operative elevators, co-operative societies, better' itnplenient -contracts mcmTitr from Okoto^s infer that thJ-"'^'^ ^^^^ Pr&Parlng to go into provincial. govornment controls the ' ypuld oppose any i-ailway, '.'ndslng" into, Calgary. The Minister, r?pli.e.d .emphatically: "I did Dot sa.y that.."  �Mr. Tweedie:,".You did say It!" . George .Hoadley to Mr. Marshall: "You are not man; enough to stick to nvhat'you do say." Mr. MarshaJl;. "I demand that the member for Okotoks.aball withdraw." The Speaker-reuueBted Mi% Hoadley to withdraw his remark inflecting on the character  of the hon. Minister 'Agriculture. Mr. Hoadley: "I -wtUidruw the .remark; Hon. Duncan Marshall: "Now, the bon. member has withdra-wn I 'lyUl'tell you what I did say. -When it was proposed that a line should run from the- Brazeau branch southward through Cochrane, tlie junior membetr for  Calgary moved that the railway eho'.ild go into Calgary instead of to Cochrane, and I said that there was a; larise territory west of Didsbury, Olds Airdrloand Carslalrs which needed to be served by the railroad, and-'that it was more Important that the railroads eliould, serve the farmers of Alberta than that they should serve Calgary. (Loud cheers.) Those are my words, and the man who state* that I did not Bay,that states a deliberate falsehood." , An upi-oar followed this stat�meut. 'Messrs. Tweedle and Hoadley endeavored to. dispute with Marshall for the. poBSesBlon of th-s floor, and the members of both slc(es encouraged their respective partisans. When some degree or order was restored, Mr. Tweedio said: "I wiirhave a word more on the truth of this before leave this bouse, Honr.Mr. Marshall: "Sit down atid Iceop your temper, and wait your turn." Mr. Marshall made a strong speech on thd question of ^ agricultural development in the - provinoe.'' He stated that the money was, voted for a''demonstration farm two years ago, and six -flemonstraJtlon farms, owned by the government;'wore now Just getting into shape. Last year's.production from tliese farms amounted : to $37,927. Next year, :wheni the area undeT cultivation would be .great-, er, the reaults would be. much hotter. Be said the government had al- Bec�us6 they, act so'gantly (no purg 1 ng. or gr 1 ping) y et a0 thoroughly are bpst for .the ohltdr'on as well ai: ^ the grown-ups. 25c. a box at 'VOW druggist;?^ . . . . . 1,4,Nillliii>IDriiiinilChimlcalCa,ol0aniili,llnlliil for farmers. T. M. Tweedle spoke of the position of the provinces Ih view of the A. & G. W. judgment. : He .criticized the constittflion. of the Cabinet, which con tained three tnembers -who had voted against the present premier on the A: & Q. W. fiuestlon. He dooidedthat it would have b.een possible at'the time when Premier Sifton took office for a satisfactorj' arrangement to have been' madf/ with tbe bondholders, or fOT the government to have gone on and built the road. Instead of that confiscatory legislation had been pass ed by thc government, anfl^at present in consequence o-f Utigatlbn the province was paying interest on- a sum amounting 'to $1,150,671. .>le declared that the province,bad not a scintilla of claim on the lloyal Bank. Mr. Tweedle, whose voice fail-ed him moved the adjournment of thei d�bate and will resume his speech on the'A. & G. W. affairs tomorrow. > Questions. Answered A large number of questions ,wei-o answered by members of the government. . , _ , - _ In reply to Mr. ftoadley, Hon. C. B. Mitchell stated that, agricultural schools were'being built both'by contract and day labor, and that Howard Douglas was superlatettdent of work on alMhree: schools. -. ...... ' Also in, reply, to;. Mr.'. :Hoadley, Mr. Mitchell fitateid that the* amount spent by the .Public Works department on a road from 'Lacombe-to'Giill Lake during 1912 was $20,918, this money having been, expended on eight and a half miles CT road. In reply to Mr. Ulley: Nine automobiles were purchased by, the'government in 1012 at-a cost-of $11.106.- Hon. Mr. Mltcbell further stated that during 1912 thete had been expended on roads from current expenditure $210,610; on bridges out of current revenue, $81,257;,on ^coadsjout of trunk road appropriation, $73S,'SM; on bridges from trunk road appropriation $166,927. . . Hon. Charles Stewart, I'a reply to John Kemmis, of .Plncher Creek, said 116 petitions for the formation ,of raunicipall'tles., were reoe'ived by th� Department of Municipal .A,ffairs during 1912. One hundred and tea .elections held,, And ;56, rural, municipalities-were formed. Mr. Sifton,In reply to Hon.. A., C. Rutherford, said that thOv resolution passed at the* last session on the subject of natural, resources had not been forwarded to Ottawa; � No order, to that effect was made by the House and without such an order the, government had no rights to forward the resolutions of the House to Ottawa. General llucrta promptly despatcbed a mcssa^^e to :.lrs. Miulero, assuring her of the pi-r.-jonal safety of her husband and declaring tliat he would be well treated. It was the detetmina-tioti that the battle in which heavy artillery been used in the streets since t.he outbreak of the D\ai mutiny, must come to an mil, which led a group of senator.s night 'to urge General llucrla to tliu strofe that would not only tarminats the terrible conflict, but at the same time remove the Madcro family from public afiairs in Mexico. AU Done Quietly By two o'clock ye.sterday aitornoon Francisco Madero and his cabinet, with the exception of Kriiesto Madero, Minister of Finance, had been made pt'soucvs. Ernesto Madero managed to effect his escape a few minutes before General Blanquct's men took the other ministers prisoners in the Nationtil Palace. Gustav Madero; another brother of President Madcro, also was arrested. He had been denounced in many quarters .since the first days of the Madero administration a.s an arch-poU-tician and had been charged with being a false councillor of the President. A tew hours later General Dclgag-do and General Angels, two oi the federal commanders who were not in accord with General Huerta's plan, were added to the list of prisoners. The plan haid originally been made without the knowledge of General On a Packet of Tea means Freshness Purity Exquisite Aroma 'Delightful Flavour Try 4 Packet and make the test. 071 J : In'ScBledl Lead Pockot� only. BLACK, GREEN & MIXED. WAIN'S MINERS DISCUSS POLIIiCAL guard ; from the National palace and lodged, In .the arsenal. There he was a prisoner, of General Dia-/, in the very place for over a week he had caused to"'be Mattered with cannon in his efforts (o's.ubjugate the rebel army. Had Francisco Madero succeeded in cfefeatiiig Diaz there seems little doubt that bloody reprisals would have been made.-  ; "Those who should die" is the cap- Interesting Revelations Brought Out by a Tragedy in Manitoba Selkirk, Man., Feb. 10. - Mark Twain's nephew, John Clemens, son of William Clemens, of Selkirk, waa the victim of a sudden quarrel last night with Frank Hoffman. !n the Lisgar Hotel, as reporteil In the morniug papers. It was,, not generally known that William Clemens, the quiet, unassuming riverman and lake navigator, was, the brother of the celebrated author and humorist, but such is the fact. He was formerly a Mississippi pilot. Majority m Favor Seemed the Socialist Party of Canada of tion on ano/Hclal Maderoist document', following the very calling that sug- found last night. In the list there were 22 names of prominent men, including Francisco De Labarra, Jesus li'lores 'Magon, Manuel Oalero, Allserto Garcia Granados and Vasquez Goipez For some days Do Labarra believed he Was in danger of assassination and he therefore left the British legation where he heard that numerous threats had.been made to,capture him. Diaz and his foUowirs. The 'n^s\ ^^l";^^ '� soon nerT.ntert t,h� vpHpI lin.. ' I ^"^^d frojn their positions for two Lloyd George's New House (Continued from front -papiel. ^ yph. Bfj^tli,'street'Soui-h7''nW  car ''barhs," one ^ t^yp-storey -bbtise, uighf , rooms, fully modern,' blight and,up to date. 33,6C0-iSm8lK  Cash Payment ' Will Handle ; ' -^Fpr partjoulprs applV to-^ C. C. Fagnueib Co. \ ' .�^ PHOHt 543''" �  ally : "I think it is grand, ^t''wa8,a flno act, successfully ,sl;arriodi out ami shows the determination at^^tho WO7 men. I say all power:to all kinds, of militancy in the direction of harassing cabinet minifater^ short of taking human lite." -This is the second.- time w'itUin v a year 'tbati'violent n'jjtbods. have been used ai^ainst the lesidtn Foreign residents congregated in the district about the United Statesi embassy were just a.s demonstrative a.f tlie Latin Americans. In diplomatic circles wlieic the' tension also had been great, the solutioft which had' been found was greeted heartily. '  'Along San Francisco, street, and in other thoroughfares of the down town district extending as far as the - big-open square in front of the National Palac-2, tons of thousands of people V,ushed their- way back and forth waiving banners'which had bcen-im-provisioned out of the lirst rnate'nal at liaud and on which was printed-tho one word ','peacc." � Shouts of "hurrah for Hucrta".y "hurrah for Hlanquct", "hurrah,, tor Diaz", "hurrah tor Mondramon!', sounded everywhere threughout-' :.the^ city. The soldiers who a few 'hours before had been oti the .firing-line were posted as.scntjnils on the Street corners taking, the place of the Police who had not been on duty on �thei abandoned streets for over t-cn days: There was practically no dis-irdeft except one notable case of direct jven-goancs. This was the burning of. 1;lio' building and plant of. the Neurva Era, the organ bt President Madero. This newspaper was already . dcsiised by-the anti-governmental element which-utilized the opporlunity of paying off in kind the of the .followers of Madero who during the previous revolt burned the plant of .'the newspaper El Pais. - -  . ^ Francisco Madero, the deposed prjhs-Idont, later was taken under a heaVy, I three days, as disorders are feared The' authorities do not wish to give occasion for public manifestations. Gultavo 'Madero generally was regarded -.'"! a much more powerful man than the president himself. After Frahcipco'Madero had quarrelled with Dr. Vasqiiez Gomez, he and his brother Gultavo forced Josepino Saurez to the front 'to: take the position of Vice-President although be was then little known". 'This.'wis a thing th6 enemies of Ma-dero, never forgave and really was the reason, for the starting of the anti-government party, which showed systematic opposition to the schemes of the, politician Gustavo Jtadero. After iSustavo's arrest yesterday and during his removal through the streets, crow-ds were wildly e.xcited and even made efforts to lay their hands on him. A heavy gudrd of Rurales was necessary to insure the safety of the prisoner. ; 'Gustavo Madero was at one minister of finance 6f Mexico. � time Filtration Plant Seems to be J Continued from front page) Astbixna Catarrbi VHOOFIKG COUGHS SPASMODIC CROUP .; BROSCHITIS , COUGHS COLDSf �tTABtiSHiiD ^na A ilmpto. eaf�ap(�e�ectlTetreattn�t tw bi^it. ehtal trouHteo, nllhoiit doting tlw stooiaeti ,vlth inf. Uneil'trlthsucceM tor thirty xe�T. , The air o�rrjrloath� antlsc:>tla vapor, inspired with evcw breath, mal.9. brniMpt easy. aooUiea the soro throat, nnwfieii the resb-: lution Avas hroug;ht in, and some ot the members gasped at the very suddenness of -it. Delegate Larsen, oS Lethbridge, while a ^^opialist himself, tliought' that the convention should not trv^ to force it down the-throats of tlieu members without educating them to the prunciples of the p-arty. Delegate.-Boldcrstone,,^of Hosmer, suggested taking a referendum of the district on the question. Mr. Stubbs' View ., President Stubbs said that everyo'iio was aware of bis position as regards ,the,.pi-inp{ples.'of the jSoclalist parly, but gave tha^oplalon .that.,the adoption of the original,: motion -would. removes the TJ. 'M. W. of A. from the ranks of labor unions and make it a political party.' He did not believe this woa intended. Delegate Harlan of Washington, Intimated that it would be better not to adopt the .resolution as It stands.i.but. to word it to mean that the adoption of the platform of the SocialistB would; bo tbe best political policy, to-follow When Bakixig  re you an careful .nboiit thr. sail yoii iuthe doiible pumping system ;Is �'(lie only method of obtaining proper filtration of a city's water supply. To construct; a plant along these lines, low .pressure motor pumps will be Installed between the .filter and the river. The&o pumps, ,wlll cost about^ $5000 to instal, operate will cost .between one and two thousand dollars a year. i Thewatier will be fltst pumped Jntp a.raw water tank to settle. Thence it will �:be -pkssed through a channel wher.&It will be treated,with chlorate, of, aluminum' to precipitate the "ool-loydal" .matter, which Is in-reality only the Indissoluble matter which col-6rs the water at present. From that pdJnt the water 'will pass to a large baffle tank, and then to tbe. filters. These are constructed much after th'e Style of the filters now bb'ing.used at planning commissions the. scheme. : Where-the adoption of a town planning -scheme increases the property values'-'the local -authoritie-!! can claim' half, of the increased. VEilue.from the owhersi On the other hand, the person wJiosc: property is injured, by the adoption of, the. town planning; schein-i may recover-,compensation ;� or if the town planning.scheme sliould be revoked persons wlio have been put to additional, c.tpoadituro may recover. (^n-,ipensatiofi is. e.xoluried - in � Cises where the provisons might have been: includCid in-the.ordinary byiawpof a local,authority. : j , > , ^ The.e.^penscE of carrying but the scheme may be paid, out of current revenue or out of any special tax levied tor park Prtliminaiv expenses in preparation , of the schsirio may not exceed in case of cities, $20,000, towns $10,000 - and other municipalities $5,000. - In -certain cases -where local authority refuses to adopt the schrme fori which, demand' is shown the minister ot municipal affairs may decide to put the scheir.'e into effect or hs may en- International Board' Member Harris of Michel took a few hearty Slaps: at N THEIR. DEFENCE SAY THAT ENGLISH BISHOP WAS RATHER CONDESCENDING IN HIS REMARKS ^ London, Feb. 19,-The Times today has a letter from the: VJomen!si Christian Association of Saskatoon^ both Premier Sifton of Al'bSrta' and! pointing .out in reply ,to;:a:;.�pep^^ r.------- - ~ - - --pear tor educated women immlgrainta^ to' go-'west that tliey must; gtf|M|K|| an open mind and''beJ'prepared:?i�3^^ learn. ' The! Bishop "of''WiiiohestM's|rfcs| cent appeal seemed to show .'aV.'cbi^^^^ descending "attitiiae' tb>vards-�Wes1^CT|| Canada The present v^rlters st�te , ?that Canada iS; not 'an. ii:religipus:;|pa>| uncivilized, country, but is :"stois';ing earnestly to attain'-tlie higheis,tiide�l|ii:!| Premier MoBrWe of B. C. -He .held that the labor unions were' helpless In the hands of either political party as they exist at present. . They were hopeless too, so far as that ifr/concern-ed. TO control the ballot box is the only way, he thinks, whereby the laborers will get their rights. : : The amendment ot - the.- motion as appears above .was : finally submitted in lieu of the original motion,; und. after. E. T. smith, of Yetwood, organ-i Izer ot the S. P. of G. had explained' the planks of the Socialist platform, the amendment was adopted; and the convention- will con�idor way* and means of educating their mfembers to the principles of the third party. , The Platform The transformation, - as rdpidly as possible of, capitalist property in tho means ol wealth production , (natural resources, factories, mills, i:allroads, etc.; into the collectjlve property of tho working clas?. . : : . , The democratic � organization: and mftnage:sjent of industry by, the workers. The ebtabHshnierit,t as: speedily! as possible, of production, for-use i instead of production for profit. ' PANlCKy FARM HAiS the sewage disposal plant. After pass-1 n^eef tT do" s^" ^""'^ ing.through the tll-ters, the- water will come out; pure-and free,from, all, silt and other i impure,, ,mfltter,,: and will pass to the pure water wells; The ,lntake for the present:pumping sysr 'tem- ,wlU 'be located' In- these w^ells, aii,d the...w^ter .forced to;, all parts, of the: system by the -PTesent .pumping; apparatus. , SON SUCCEEDS FATHER .London,'Feb. 19.-Major MoCalraont Bon-ot the late CoL J,'Nil,McCalmont, who sat In the House of Commons, as :LTniOnlst: member for East Antrim jainee 1885, was returned, for. the same constituenoy today, unopposed �r^Pi'ank - Slade, aged 4B, a -St; Cath-B/Anes night watchman; -was- frozen^to ji-eath.on a railway track. . . - OF SOVEREIGN .LODGE 'Chicago. Fel?. lO'.-r-.ThouBanciaof niepibera : o�:/thQ -.Kulslit6:.,of.Eythiaa fTorotfe United StatSa.arid Canada. arrivea'-herVtodayi'headedVby T^^^ 'C; Carlluj^,, erf Ma esterday, near Ce^ylon, *'^' '^sM Watson ,ind Haupt resided tog^Vh^p .'^'j^S^ffi on the Cpffron farm,-and h^d ;,'retlred ,' for file night, but w.erg aTousea.,'l)y ' '"J^' strange 'noifees. They .each tbok fi4:'','-f gun , going In opposite dlreotldns around the barn, when' Haupt'p �� gun ''t exploded, taking- "Vyatson fulMn/the'� "* abdomen, death. causing, almos't in^tajit"" . Eldorado,: lU.;! Feb.- ,iO.--FivB Smen, all foreigners, iWer.&;burnedv;to:.' death by an explosion'; In;; tbe-t, Seasr,aY?6.''i mine, near hero; today. Thr�o others were hurt;� i , Tbe - explosion ocourred - just- after-the miners: had gone .'ito.j wcrlt, ,"a,Tid two or threevliijndred:, wer'e.iiin :tbe workings. - The disaster op'curr^d ^eaj-the" entrance :and all exxjept the eight who-were,,oaught .'in-'.ttife .blaBt.rescap- ed unharmed A large >fQVceJ oP m.'c�-i at work on thp oth6r ptde'jof the.'jftlne did not know the ''  -pened till told'^later m did not know the ^accijJeni;;.,^ had hap- Bddle Hayes, aged il.^of Deseronto, Is dead froiji rheup;ia{}8m;,''aggravd^d^ SB a result of saving-hlabrothfer,''from drowning.last�fall, A town booster' ' ' Port Aithur, Ont., Feb. IS.-N. ff, ' ^ NelU, who has been industrial com-'mlssloner, of Port Arthur for three"' ytars, has acce'pted a positicn as' commissioner of ,the Board of Trade at North Battleford, and will leave for .that place-early ini March.' An Appeal to Wives you kuojv the terrible EvfHIction, thfit , 1' ;Ooroesi^o many::hoirb>i trdm the"iesijli' ' f fof a;-dsjnkingwh^fiband oi; son - You fj iknpAyot tbe-iWo'ney wabttd on "drinls" ij^ ;that; is needed- in,tlyi home to'"pur-chasp food'and 'c'jliu., ORUINI f jljaa-saved^.thousands of drinking me^uT' lU l8::,'a,-:hom'ev.tr9atroent\Hiid ,can be i^iven secretly. �Xqur'biSmy *wJU .he frefundedJ^f-Mfefiva t J>il, it.lija. laj'i 1 ;to':e'heQp ' Gi;r^y^|}W4'|jt|^ Come ill''qnd'"lk^1i^&'boQklti't and /efus tell^ypp.'-tfM^MfO&RINB^iai 11 10 ;