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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ge. Alberta. Saturday .June 11. CKXTK Number City Solicitor Confirms Mr. Ives Views but Doesn't Like It OPINIONS DIVIDED Towns' Act Doesn't Justify the Power Given City Under Its Charter In oi'ri'r to a little lurthrr alwis tho mail toward fjEiauchil harbur, the city fo-ncii nitl this af- n-rnoon :it iuo o'clock, just il.e Herald was to prcw, hut Advance inioisiidliuii shows that City Solicitor liall, who relutncd from Calgary last confirm tt.c opinion ghen jesierday by that the city can Lor r on- uot only OQ rateable assessment, hut al- to on exempted assessnirnt. He will i.ol, however, the. uylatss pre- pared for passing this as liu dots not feel iuelinrd to malic any verdicts would otitc mote throw out the bylaws. There :B a gtcal deal of disciiislon on the'steels today ybout tie new ruling. arc in faior, but tho majnnty of hard-headed business ir.cu sire against the Ihe. city going out of the boaten track lo find borrow- ing pourr, telicvlry ns thej" do tlmt ihr rate is elevated high enough r.QT. In far-t, the city solicitor himsell gave his ruliug against hit, owr ne-.B juiEenifnt. He ivaa inclined to thmU had business proposition His personal opminn (s that ont> latrahle property thould he rd tho bsRis nt borrowing power, as it must he" ike' rMthble1 property on whicli the income is raided to pay J. A. MACOONALD Editor of the Toronto Globe, v.husd V.uEl was fractured en an accident at Sault Ste. Marie FIRST OF STATE YMTNESSES IN ROSENTHAL CASE TO FEEL COLD STEEL d! was in tie an rjst struct c.itli- (Ins HliorU) liffr-rc 1 oM'Xk a OF IEASMG 'HOOD R tn ihe pijlvcman j U.e ot nth street ar.rl j .iv. and competed Local Office Has Now Splendid! Wire Connections With ihe Landing Many Write Approving the Acres Applied iKe Government Fix the to Mixed Farming from loss ot aJ CVnlraU He Z.I 'COMMITTEE REPORTED TO TOR. j ONTO CONFERENCE CfUTI- CISING BUSINESS METHODS USEO lie-1 at Att.abav.u a few yeari apo, a t> ,iuh Ii request, oi (Vi.'r.J, too I C'dnj.iJi Tie stab uu'iii'l as Harris old, but _ ci-muieJ tlie hoMut.tl. deltv- l.c-Ho have detriK'i! ra rucogi.ized t'.e uoui cun iiiitituliwi 3 "sate place tur fie was The nun rf fused to tell iuiijoM the other c: d I'R-J ULI- police who 1-ad stjbl.ed ham Alb.iuaEva LauJUij; bi. 1's au; o! the circuiubLn.tci It was cnj oiH-Of trie oi saiJ at tl.e hospital at o'clock I And to pibie it, .inlm this that ite in .tit dibUivt recover. SijoitU ;iftvr c u'.vnt'on ol tlic [loiernuient of I'olite Licutti.aul Charlts JiVcLer iiPro, established conaccticn v.nh tie and four gun ir.tn the n.urdems talking to N; It. Viuis, ol Herman KoLcnUal. there were. pmiit-mlpDt of trafuc, uhu .n the tl.ey recommended that weekly tffoi-jt; many rumms of plots against fVr.crth m conteclioi. v.itb the ing envelops be uiiivcrsilly nOopUd 'receive.: for tiacts Toronto, June 11 Salaries s-'iull, salaries so ni'Jth in .LUCACS mmisii-rb to run mlude'jt, rnctLods raising and ohbiir-atc finance boards prugrtbii, are some ol the conditions coining in the mm tale rial salaries you-I at tl.c of lOU.COO or more aircs mnU-e cf MeihcjilM cUirc.li rr-' a da> eur sii.u- Secretary Kmley an- purlril lo il.e confer cjice today i nuun'-Td, wo'.il-l he phid to tl.c .1. ft. l-'la- iwii to tU department .n "To remedy these conditions and press the case for the In 's he not only loiMii1y co-Id double ILe nu-rbn o( utcle th-y il tbey had summer ranjo for Ihem. ID tha winter they thtir folds, at.ii straw aLd has, laad now used for pasture coulil the Associate ]u to hay. I wish to tbanV: ,v ci Snu'.herc AJLerta, for your eSorta through the As- O.at is a most J nucule Hoards of Trade in taking up _ii.'] th.it suLb areitliis and I sioterely hops ad i.rr men t fl uortion of Ti r Let tli.it iu Ij-.ds on lilooti rt- MTVC, .1 tn.'de lo th? it will meet the favorable considera- tion of Ihe departicest ol intfrlor, and that iLe voters, the aunar he (ons-idered ratter than the titert-bis1 wlio- are in this fight." remedy these conditions j Ottawa itncr.iicd that weekly tfoi-itiir m -iQ applications for 10D, the Towns' Act "makes it clear that borrowing power shall he on rateable on- lj. The Act sets forth ihat a town may pasi bylaws itapweinenls sjbjKt to certain conditions of which une ii 'That no town shall have .power to pass such bjlavrs (or con- tracting debts to a grc-aler cstcnt than 20 per centum of the rateable property of the IOTH.' iluuse it 'is' held that a businesslike' principle laid down tliat a city should not borrow in ex- cess of its mcomo comes from rafealle property- The prc-sent exemptions on which It is proposed to harrow amounts to about In Ibis is contain- ed the exempted assessment of thurcncs These are eitmpt by Uo- imnum'slatuUw, ns.d thr. question is raised afi lo-whethcT churcfi property assessment should be borrowed on hy tfiC The fact that (he charier distinct- J> states that Ihe amount of ablo property must he sot forth IP. fhc bvlav.- also givpi the impression that the borrowing power shonM hinge on" that figure rather than on the assessable property figure. H is-likely that an effort u-jll be uiartc to get n ruling en the question ni ibsu'c from AlpxantJer TJruce, K.C., flr.fl 'Messrs. Clark Swabey, of Toronto, both'of which IrRal fitjua arc ndmitteilly the hrst authorities on municipal the Dominion. council focidcd to con- firm the 19H asses'iiiicnt and base the bylaws on it. Made Big Demonstration in Force al Funeral of Miss Wilding-Davis I-ondon, June Suffragettes, mil- itants as woll as non-militants. from all pi.rt5 of EoRUnd. ttilay. for Iho funeral Kmily- Dnvla. wtio met her death vrlitle inter-" 'tring with the ICinfi's liorsc in the Derby on -June -1. The s'pectaJ traia h rough t tiie body 6f the ivornan saf- frAcettc inaityr froui KpEom to Vic- toria station, where a profession of six thousand women waiting to escort It acioss tie city through ihe j-riuctpal streets to St. George's Chuu'h. Bloouisbury. where the eer- ried a cross aloft The bands play ed Tho Dead ltlaclory_lp The' distance UJbnt" tf> J.cthbriikc is ;ilso estauliEtied with Uiairn ITI-, U'3 miles, and Medicine im, mllrs. j The nr.rlh is bcidg Elowli hut sJic- ly pushed baik "ioviatd the Voitb] I'ole. Tl.R line j fruui Kdtnonion ha's Irei in tion for somcUuile, but last ivas ihe firsl test made Ai.olhrr Cards ten writes that desires to congratulate Secretary Kmley on the good he is doing and atLno'Jnces thr.t tte farmers ho iiis been ialbtng are all cnth-j- slastic thp prosfess made to the gouTDtnent that the farm-; ers Fliould be in this mat-' ter an'l furthermore states tbat they arc to send a stron? beolatiun to Ottawa, with their ev-, peobr.i paiit, to show their fclaceritr .md to jnaaC a fight against the bij? Iiatercsis right they bate been tldiniing their btrtngtb lies, of JbS.fcWI iu the. the hoot Itlirougii the LcthbridftC Must He Granted ronni this year liands over to alii, and l.e added. "I feel grateful George W. Culp of An prosperous year was A ihat he had reported from the look room. learned ui the proposed opening the fund. For the most part the crowds the IOUECF ttistance, orderly njmpathetlc. j u niav not he known A deal of confusion and commotion cithrr, hut telephonic cornier Inns can v.as caused by the report that the po- lice 'he parafiers to proceed U i rough secluded sireeis. There isas, however, no serjous trou- ble. vice l be held. he established betiveeu Spokane. The hcivue, honcrcr, Ij.is nqt heeri .worked .out to tion the "Spokane con- larrf ncmtier of shrep rr.en in the Card.ston district pooled their wool and sold il tr> a Montreal buy- er. The II til FEU Edmonton, June .Froncig I Is, piofcs-ior ot l-iology in the Un- of Alhcrla, has been awarded a Irani ty grant com- iiiilUe o( (ht Souiely, Jxmdoti, in ftfd of the selenitic expanses of nn of the coal seams and Ignite dcpoals or the of Al- -with special reference [o [hu ioffH flora. VWlR paid (o All the chief of coal and lignite In the pro- is wonlil lie ex- of ininea tt. A othorg woiifij ser.d hliii any infer- nia'lon of aodulca from tbc coal senrns or mice any may sbov signs of plant struc- ilr.rr, and Dr. Lewi tiemely gralefnl If ra Crowds gathered ejrly in the morn- Ins In the Mcinltv of the militant suf- fragette befulriusrteis, Oio clips of blinds iverc drawn, and a iuge bau- Tier bung st-lialf-msst. detach- ments of women arrived trom the pro- inces to participate !n thft parade. They uere dressed in while, with p'jr- jitu patlies Thci woro black bands around their anas ai.d carrUd bou- (jiirts and wreaths of while I loners. Tfttnty brass liainSe furnished the music -for piocession. There as a great display ot ban- ners bearing legends as "Fight On." "God Give the or U neon [jut ralvlo ar.il N'oL Afraid." The train bearing the coffin left station soon after 11 o'clock. The coffin was cohered with n purple and was accompanied to Ixm- don hy Mtas Scon's brother, and a suffragette of honcr. The programme arrnnged labl night was for the funeral procession to pass through the main streets of London between Victoria Biatiou and Blooms- bury. Thlb incrninp the officials of Scot- land Yard suggested that the TFOincn should parade through the quieter streets. The suffragette leaders be- came highly indignant, and announced they would pay iio attention to the The possibility of a collision seemed large The- funeral procession slarled from Vfctorf.i ataticn at two Tho coffin, covered with flowers wag In HD open hcaree drawn hy four black horses. Tho bands jilaycd dirges, the members of the various women's EOtlelles let! into lino be- hind the hearse. Enormous cron ds surroundoJ the station, limbing progress dUicult. The parade dlvidcrl Into Bee- Lions. The BUlfrapcUrs marched in all carrying floncrfi. The cof- fin vas in the niltlrtlc o( the irroccs- slou, and the clergy of St. Church, BloomsVjij, marched at The Hector of the church, Dr. Daum garten, had a statement tbat consisted of some pounds, and represented ranchers. Eph. llaiker, of ilp.grath, .S. nntl A. Jen- sen oi IHna, E. J. Ivins of ion, Hinman and Hollett oi Cards- ton, and L. Angiisl Nielsen and Robert Nelson of Tajlonitle, wore included in the number. ,The price paid not given out, hut uas brhtren thirteen and four- tetm JUT pound. hiberty, .V.Y.. late estcrday a section of the tusi- ES5.district of this destroying iftccu hulldingg, including a theatre nil a church, and somr of the largest tore structures on the man street. The loss IB cdtlmitcd at Sevcial'huililings had to be dyna- mited before HIP progress of the iames could be clieckcfi. SaEbatoon, June A. K. jumped through a coach Miotio of FIFTEEN BUILDINGS BURNED WILL NOT DO ANY UNNECESSARY UNTIL HATES "DE- CISION IS DIGESTED St. Paul. jufie have been Issued lir all nork on the Great Northern RaH- y lines that is neers- I for thr s-dvice therein conlaiued, and viH proni by it, ami therefore ap- ily herewith lor a couple half town- :hips adjoining niy property, which ull ample summer srazine: ,nd." Dairying Or.c Cardston man vroie: "The casing of the Hlood flcfervc privileges lo fanners viiU du more ;o er.courflgc dairying sr.d mixed larnnn; ITI this section than I know ot- AH ILe iannccs in'this to an at thc'veiieral offices saryj according made of the toad. It U-at the ar- vas en as a result of ;he re- cent Suprcnie court decision ia she Minnesota rale case. It was hitimat- cd ihat the policy of retrenchment would be the effect of the recent decision la QUEEN 3IAHY OPEN IXG. THE HOSPITAL FOR CONSUMPTIVE GHJLDBEX has the spirit of the frontiersman, that spirit that neter save quit, and he out letxec -and-- r declares tliat the oi the miist be granted, and that he for one vit! out his-rl? and inaVe a canvass of nil far mete in tiis territory so ns to convince the min- ister ol the interior that there IB an. actual imperative demand for the Im- mediate up of the reserve to grazing by the small farmers, on Page WHAT U. S. NEEDS train going miles an hour and roU- dov.ii an embankment 30 feet be- low, but uscapcd serious injury, ECU was recently released from Hrnn- don asylum He was brought to Sas- katoon and turned over lo the police. The acciricnt happened near Dunftmi. tures. This would facllflalo s choice of Urn most favored local- for Tha apficlmens after Investigation jo lo form ami (Ictoririlnatlon will a representative collec- tion for the Unlverally museum. he Tiot a "with wo- men's militant tactics, With the exception of Mis, cuimel- ine Pankhuial, was to. ilay, and "General" Ururr.- Hamilton, Ont, June ev- ening Jose Tloderiguez, a Spanish ci- gar-maker, went to (lie Northern Ilo: tot, and throw a Blonn weighing tlireo pounds at the bartender, Jack Sir.is, fractutlng his skull. The Sjiani S captured by the police, DR. MACDONALD HAS SKULL FRACTURED mond, Is ill, all tlic leaders ot tliefv rallitant organlr.alion' occupied fnctit places In the procession. Owing to dense throng of spec- ial or 3, I he funeral procession nicned slowly, .A joung woman ai the lead, dressed cntiroiy In white, car- Port Arthur, Ont. June ttic Toronto Globe, sustained a frncturo of the ?hull well p.s otht-r injuries in an acd- deal at Sault Stc, >ea- torday. lie is now in hospital on the steamer here under (he care of a doctor. Ottawa, On'-, J- Hill, rallro-.d builder, todar .iddretscd tbe Xew York state banters' conveutlon here, de- clwlng Ihc United Slates is in need of a fafe ftud adequate ciirrenty. lie declared -the bankers must awaken (o Ihe r.ceds of farrners and agri- cultural interests. WiLL BE ON DECK WHEN SOME PUBUC VVOHKS ARE PROJECTED Ottawa, -Tune burden Inft for Halifax this morning, panicil by his sccrrtary A. E. IHlount- At Moixtoii tomorrow he juill be ioiiicU by lion. Krnnt Coch- ranc, minister of nnrl Gen- ,trnl Manager Cutihus, of the Inter- icolomtl, ar.rf the- party will lo Halifax to looV over tha ground extcnstvp iniprovtments to HIP i port are planned. The improvement oi Uatifav will h? upon a comprehrn- sive scale ar.d viH laaUe the port OQC ci the hen h Canada Mr BonJcn will return to Ottawa in a few, at.ri will remain in ntj until .hih 1, when he leares for a mouth's boliday. nsinuates That Winston Chur- hill Buncoed the Borden Government on the Question London, 'June The, 'Nailon, 3. .eading Liberal Review, today le- I'rcmlcr Borden's declaration ot that the Use on to rroi'eed, is the lin> of having a) naval force of our own. "Who, charged fhis I" asked the Jsntlon and iUdl rcjlicfi that it was Ohurch-j ill and his non-existent un- der vihirh Canada has heea oflered share in an Imperial squadron, wMch. is no inore Imperial than the oit the fleet, and is a mere item in the" Anti-German sum which our admiral- ty are always adding up and bringing to a rtificrcut total. Downing Street inteifrrer.ee becomes onco more a in colonial politics to a generation uhich had almost forgotten its mean- ing. The admiralty should nover haro asked anil pleaded and diplomatized or these ships. Stilt less should they iave tried lo impound them lor its almost German quarrel. The govern-, meat revert lo the Liberal formula .if tunning the Kmpire by letting tha I'tnpiie run itsell. v.-ere thrOTr. nr.d brlcfes uero fired ag- iin last ulsh! In a light sev. An excellent picture showing the opened by the pressing cf an electric button which flashed a cable all over the world that the beautiful hospital had been officially opened. Lieut. Governor Gibson may be seen in the picture snd the Illtlc child, the parent, running through the doors RIOTS AT XJ.. June er.il hunitrcc! strikers deimtlca cs- coiling a coinplny of Hlrlkc breakers orn? Item the mills. HAVING A 'GOOD TIME Calgiry. .lure Tlic' members ot tbu Canadian Women's Press associa- June. House ol Commons was enlUenefl last night with questions in regard lo tho roet lauteatCFnip, which isSacant, owini to Ihe death of Alfred Arthul !-yncli, ,tbe Irish member for West Clare, wonted to know tbe salary, perquisites and privileges attached U. the office and the nature of tbe d.itiel required. The premier said Iho sal- ary was a year with an allow- anc6 of in lieu of butt oi but be did nnl know the eiacl duties of the office. Swill McXeH nay ncre toaay. 'j'ney insn mcinuer, werf rccehed al the depot early In (revival of the post of kings jester, the day. liMncfcec-n was tendered in their lianot by the local council of women, and a reception held In the afternoon. The ladles were driir-n ahor.1 lo see the sights of Calgary. To- morrow they fflll go to Bluff, and spend tbe day and Sunday In tho mountains hereupon anothc-r member drea loars cf languter by asking tho pro mier to consider the claims of JlcN'eil for the 'post. Captiiln L'yncl wound i.p Ihf by ashini uhcll.er "a b.ilf'of an sack I halt North of loctry." ;