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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta ELECTORAL NEK! Resolution Moved by Mc- Lean of Halifax Starts Movement NOT POLITICAL MOVE Politics Were Studiously Avoid- Borden in Sympathy BURNHAM AGAINST tT Likely That Bill Will be Intro- duced at 1915 Session of the House Ottawa, Ont., l-'eb. I'arlia- mont of Canada baa formally committ- ed Itself to the task uf dealing "with tho question of electoral reform. This momentous step nodded uvun ;it yesterday's session, as a result' of resolution moved by A. K. MacLum, member for Halifax. Mr. moved for the of a committee of the House to in- vpsltgtita corrupt practices and pro' vide for greater jnirily in elect by making the necesaary a men dine tits to tlio (Controverted lOlcctiotis act. JIc Kunported bis resolntiou In u speech in which ho avoided mak- ing nuy tiolilteal capital out of tho question. He reviewed tho principal features ot tho act in force in Great rtritam, including provjson for pub' He prosecution, and, while not arlvo- r.iting their adoutioii, said that tin some of them .In tlio Canadian act might well finfia'fifi the attention of of Iho llouyp. Mr. "Mac- a.ean alao susgested that the United, States, laws calling for pnblicity In' connection ivIHi camnaisn contribu- tlonn might well ho conEldered. Hon. C. J. Dohorly, mSuiutcr of Jus- tice, In an equally careful and modor- INCREMENT TAX WORKS OUT IN OLD ENGLAND EARL OF DERBY London, Feb. Earl of Derby doesn't like the a recent speech at Doolie he of- fered to sell his estate a HON. A. K. Halifax Hon. A, K, McLean, Liberal WAS ONE OK THE ORGANIZERS OF THE DRY-FARMING CONGRESS ROCK ISLAND TRAIN WRECKED: TWO Minn., Foil, train Xn 13.-Tiie tioard ui oi Oie lulpj rtalion'al y at .IVicTiUi toiiiiy ai.ccplnl lite tcsigr.ition of John I'. Hiuiis as sc'crolnry. jrnl ulcctcrf Ralph II. Kaxon oi- as 3is 's ni thi1 con- .QIIP of .tlio or gross a mnnU'r of :ifio. KILLED iy. T; uruuiinuliil. of Kiml, cliair- Jnian nt lhc international, lioani oi Trora 'tuanaRers, reliitnoi] tonight, savs (he congress to bo lieiJ in Wichita, teglnnijig in October, wiil he larger than that hclit in Tiilsn Inst yc-ar njcm- ail ajUk'Lll sliall operiilo fcer for Halifax, rose in his pines in !L- Ike case n: a nrivale thc House ytsterdjy and moved for a iri tiiat ni trlol oi' ]irov- committee of the House to brin-i in TiKClsm oirisi'js amendments to the Controverted iiilii. iloulitlcss, he -cctlons Act. which would make brib. cry and Musi Start Construction This Year or Charter May be Withdrawn ;HAS BEEN RENEWED _ [Several Times Already and I Bennclt Puls Up One Year I Amendment i _______ ;GOSLING OR GANDER' HAD ROUGH PASSAGE MV Yorh. X.V. !-'eb. II ind corruption impossible. He advoca'l: lhiU :Asks Emmerson-Tramway Lmi candidates should be compelltd to Proposed for Peace River -sasc. with two passuiiscr Tour pelltd publish their election expenses, .13 's .n torlay .row Hot- dotlc ,n the United statcs_ im extremely tough tlin FtrlmiF! infiirv off As Ilis was from political significance, mem- bers cf the government concurred ith him, and the likely result is thrat nrul ,-trc- rinnF; injury of pcfvtral I rocked, uv.i] thr Country days Jaic. ia bi" alon9 this line wi" ed in the 1915 session. introduc- IH. QUEBEC LEGISLATURE PROROGUED TODAY Quebec-. liiturc V.-.TK ('.MI aislorn.'iry titiitu Tlie Srcecli from Uio Tlirnne cnsitaincil nntliiug hut (ho tisrift! rhaiiks for IPL-IH- 1 alien ancL supplies VOtCfJ. Seed Wheat Shipments ReacK That Mark According .o Customs Figures Al I THF ALL IHL ', Oui.. ItHl (o tiles Ptrtco iiiver Trainu-ni stntiUinir in the liiimo o: U. Domett, ut" Calvary, was Lcil in (lie Cnniniitioo llii incut scheme o'. the Cent) a: Haihvay, whic.b vug gram ed -i tlinrter tho other Jay, nnd th sin lid Itiif from the moiitli of the N'nat through northern British Col and (in? River iaster for Masonic District N'o. u', wlitnh (ixtenilB from Mocllclnc to Macleod and the .Milcraydc line far CIB CarniRtiKay. -Similar meet- [ngH will bo hdrl LIT MccUclnp lint ind Vulcan, for tlio ccnvctilcnce of tlio lodges located nearer those towns. Tho clly. lotlgcA, Star N'o'. FvOthbridgft N'o, 119 niul Oharfi> I-Ju. Cf', will IMI thin ot'caeion ncL as liostfi to Diamond: City Ixidgn, Alhortn Ixiifgft ot nnd Chief Mountain of Cttrilston, it is expected that outtc n larRo b or Q i tho brethren: f roci th r eantres will be in attcndnncc durlnfv tlio day, Thft clepnly- illstrlci Grand .Master will, of co'-'-rso lift thrown from a motor truck g to a flro in the Swift Packing jilant. Tho truck ran into a vile of k-e on n railway crossing, and all five occiuiants were hurled through tho air, nnd their in- juries necessitated their removal 1o a hospital. Tim men were: Mighetl, John Irvine. Jolin Cawsey. >l. Newman and A. Sharbinenn. Tho diimago done by the flro VAS about HAYTI REBELS DEFEATED Greatest Crop in the History of Western Tell the Story WHEAT AVERAGE 38 BUS. Letter From Grower Read at the Board of Trade Luncheon Complete crop figures Irotn tbe Noble farm nrar the city indicate that UIP Infill, .is nrl] as ihe avcr.ige yields camp nilly to llir. msrk sot Mr. early in thc harvest i Two Smashing Victories Gained by season. the Government Forces March- 1 Just as culling conimer.rpil the uo'ii pany, said if was itrouosed In liurlii from" Saakatcjuiv to Thi company, bo said, bad lieeu ciJ, Jmt ouiiKtrtictiofi had not jet t-ciiir It i3. said It WAS Hire to r i i out 11 ifx n vvi'.s E or n t-ha rtc rs Thero uci'c too many of thoni, Jle satii proposed to move iMs :ini- wfica u-cfitorn If any company "svitridrpvr ;i Parlininent bhoiild nut jlmis'M ii: for her fair Htmro of ailvortisincr. I.otli'jridef! district 90 llie norUirrn metropolis Just one hotter, j for U Is rlti-iiiefl, aisrl onstniu clor.r- afrali nncop svprort thp OJaim, (bat this district phniuci Co and oili or Amor [can noi-ils as well, (o bushcli of seed wheat thi-s luM tea tlnios as nnich as tliu district claims to have :-ont. In sii iiift llinir figure, Lhe rinytfrjerl lo tako into i ttK1- T-ortitni of (CuntI'ni.rd on grant that roinrnny miy further lalion. Jcorge McCrauiiv. Saskatoon, lir whoso naiuo thc hill stood, WUF that such acliou would in Uio ibroe Mj: coin 11.111 ins secur'n? tho Ue did not thai intiejiendent. companies he, dif- courngcd. Hon. Frank Cochrane snit] that nc rpqnrst.-: ho en uinitc a last thr- rovivnl of tbo cltartc-r. Mr, Bt-nncit's amendment c-ir- on a voto of Uic.liloil at thr. rale of .18 bushels. are nol. oxpcri- WILL DEVELOP COAL FIELD Welch Colliery Proprifrlor Conrirms the of Project But Says First FTeport Exay- geratec! HEROIC WOMEN SAVE VILLAGE Form a Bucket Brfgade and Kept Tire From Spreading JxHidon, Ont., J-'eh. heroic of fiiiy Tvomen who formed n uccomjmnfec] liy S. .r, lllalr. Grand lnioket brignde, tlic vlllafiO Master of Alhertn KrcemnsoiiB, nnj many othev lUMllngulAhcil brethren ironi tlie norili. Tho jirogrninnie, 113 arrwixcd so fur ta ns follows: fl.QO of G.M.. (Continued on back of Holstftln befng onl last ov eninp, when n lantern exploded In n hay loft. Thn women passed tho vn- ffept hoiiflca adjoining the flro nonked. 15v- ery woman bad blistered hnmls when tlielr M-ork lou-ing, selection n( seed, anil thc 'careful cltanini; ami grading seed ovrr a period nf Tlic a .'erase yEchl in ior lhc vcar I IS 1.93 per aero. Mr. Nolle writes to li.c I.ethbridgc Hoard of Trmtc ns follows, the letter ItcinR read by President Mamorli at tho noon-iirjj- luncheon rf the c-onncil and lhc slijry is lu-st lold in "H'e have recently completed our frfiitttf-s n! Mil! anionnt oi crop actu- ally received from our farm.1; this Tardiff, Walss, liavW Tlinmns, [fir big nroiirli'lor. Is Imrkino; thr- bill lirfore tho Canailhui r.irlijinent. for :L churlfir rr> tiif Iiin, JVaco liivtr it Athabasca Co., to cou-iinirt a now in tiio IVaco flivc-r raJjiiiUffil IhrU ho inu-n-Fied in mich n Hftioine, but that Ihe reported 'enstJi of thc r.'illwny. inMes, WHS grpally exaggerated. 'Speech From the.Throne Refers to Fact That Coal Output foi i the War Passed the Seven Million Ton Mark and the sliilcment brlmv shows wcro (ConliiiUril on silks. EXPRESS CAR BURNS 1 Stamford. Cl., J.V-4. ?palod exjtrcsfl <'ar, fill oil with i from York by tho Am- erican .Impress Conipany, burn- en Tli'V WtJl HP Amonfj lhc tiururcl tnbor containing alnalk- legislature1 u-.if. niir-nni tliis by V.MS 'a frou lloynl Cnriadian regiinent. Tlia speech m-m ibe throne rcic In UK; return of 1 Ini'al technical nliwation, cl tliis aftrrnnrjn hishvrays, conLinurd activity in scltlrnic-nl o[ forms. nctditinnnl labilities for trcatr.ient of tuoprrnhis- is cuctaiMng o( tlirougli tin- unsettled i-omliliot of thr also and Duch- j lo- thr ninnBtar; nation, liio lunintiuil a-ri- ljie cullui-al Hie tlisappoinling j _ hits .satiiifuVtij'rliy'niala of M-Jiirh is partially .Dampen-' tainrri Tin's is s.ili'fl Nit liy ruling prices, Lbc sttmu- I inilustries vhich dopeuil upon ilc las ui i.jzriculiinral eiluvation atiri- irn-1 velopinetit throiiuhont Canada tor t IK proving melhnilK o! cultivation, the. of their prcxluets ji tnlnr protiixtitm, for thc Hie main productive there first linn1 hi iiisloiy of lhc pros'- has bccj] a steady normal grow Hi ifKc, has acvcn niiUinn tons, 'I'fiert1 has liccn a prcally ir.creaser: mining Is again attract aftcnilflnrc in puiilic schnnls anr attention, Ih-1 varied tcarlier.-, are in of the imluslry, tu pconuilion in inu [irovintc. ;