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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Volume III. Letlibridge, Alberta.Friday, March Number WATERWORKS SCHEME FOR THE PASS All the Towns Supp lied From Old Man River Blairmorc, Alta., March vil- lage councils of Thc Pass have initia- ted consideration of a big project looking to thc supplying of all the towns of the district with water from one huge system having its source at Crow's Nest Lake and with a pipe line laid from the lake all the way down The Pass. At present the water systems of all the towns are not only inadequate, but as the supply in each case is a mountain stream, the water is al- ways muddy and utterly undrinkablc during thc months and these two points have moved the council- lors of the different villages to seek j a remedy. It is considered that ut- ilizing the waters of Crow's Nest Lake supplies the only real remedy at hand. Certainly it would insure a supply for all time to come of the purest water, that would never be muddy or run any danger of becom- ing contaminated. The scheme originated between the members oi the councils of Blairmore and Coleman, growing out of the fact that Colcman's water supply is total- ly inadequate while Blairmore has none at all as yet. The two bodies had a conference on the subject and a preliminary investigation as to the feasibility of the scheme will be made after which, public meetings will be held probably in all the towns to t consider ways and means of carrying the plan into effect. The tentative programme is that the various villages desiring to enter into the scheme should bear an equal! share of the cost of constructing a dam across the source of the Old Man i River, the outlet of Crow's Nest j Lake, and a proportionate share of, the cost of the piping, each village defraying thc cost of laying thc pipej from thc next last distributing point j above it. By the adoption oi such measures, it is figirred, each village! should be able to stand the expense} while the culmination of the underUK The Government Is Sustained Bennett Took Back Statement Retracts Charge Against Hon. C.W. Cross Buchanan Voted With the Government Woolf Am- mendment Carried, 2345 Holden, Campbell and McDougail Switched Cushing's Ambition Caused Trouble Railway Construction This Year UNIONISTS EAT BLACK BREAD March "black which was scornfully abused by Liberals in rhe recent electoral cam- paign, has been introduced to the menu of the House of Commons restaurant, where it is demanded by "Unionists and traveled members of parlia- ment .who learned to like it in Germany. It is popular, ex- cept among Liberals, who it is said refuse to touch it lest be thought renegades to election professions. Edmonton, March a vote of [o'clock and spoke for three hours. It to 15 the Rutherford government after a long drawn out -debate was was dear that spoke to a lost cause. Many; of the members sustained today in the division of the j had made up minds how they of the A. and G. W. agree-1 were going to anything fur- ther was wasted them. The ques- tions thrown at the. government were either not answered or given a non- ment. Mr. Woolf's amendment to Mr. Ri- ley's motion for censure of the gov- ernment was the first taken and re- committal reply. suited as follows: Yeas, Rutherforu, Cross, Marshall, CORNWALL'S VOTE The vote.authorized thc government The charge made hy the latter ag- ainst Hon. C. W. Cross fell very Hat yesterday. Mr. Cross at the House offered to have a committee of the House appointed to investigate the matter thoroughly and at the same time produced an affidavit from the man Hopkins, to whom Bennett referred, saying that he had not ap- proached Mr. Cross in the matter. He had gone to Mr. Cushing with the story that Mr. Cross was agreeable to the deal without" having spoken to Mr. Cross about it. Mr. Bennett accepted the explana- Buchanan. Lessard, Walker, to accept ia the Campbell, McKenny, Simpson, offcred hy Prfesident ciarkeTTo Gunn, McPherson, Cornwall, Cote, prernier Among the Boudreau, Puffer, Woolf, McKcnzie. members who switched to Shaw, Stauffer, Bramley Moore andjlhe sjde of the insiiVgents at the tion of Mr- Cross and exonerated him all blame in the matter. In his speech Hon. Duncan Marshall said! that the proper thing for Mr. the Bushing, to have wken a" man O'Brien. were Ilolden, Vermillion; Campbell, Nays: Cushing, Boyle, McDougail, Ponoka; aQd McDougalif Edmonton. Roberts, Smith, Stewart, Warnock, Mr> Uejmctt thc Vote of T1 T 4. 4. McLean, Ilolden, Rilcy, Michener. j j K. Cornwall> Peacc River Hoadley, Bennett, Glendenning, Dr. BOYLE'S LAST SPEECH LORDS WILL PASS MONEY BILLS ground that he was a member of the. Alberta and Great Waterways Co. j Mr. Cornwall deniedi the charge and. Mr. Boyle opened his address at his vote was counted'; The chaliengc TEN PERSONS FOUND ALIVE IN A COACH came with a statement such as Hop- kins' about one of his colleagues, was to have spoken 10 Mr. Cross about it before believing the story. London, March 4. In the House of Lords yesterday Lord Lansdowne, the Unionist leader In that body, announc- ed that he and his followers would not oppose the passage by the Lords on March 7th of two money bills now be- fore the Commons, but in re- gard to the treasury tempor- ary borrowing bill, Lansdowne said they would call attention to the government's delay in meeting financial needs of the current year. REMARKABLE BUILDING RECORD Plans For Three Big Buildings Reported To-Day was recognized and referred to a com- mission on election and privilege: O'BRIEN MADE A MOTION O'Brien, the Socialist, introduced a i motion on behalf of the Labor party, 1 that the government endeavor to se- cure certain requirements in the con- jtract in respect to hours of work, j hoard of laborers, and general treat- ment. This resolution was carried without opposition, after a most am- using speech by the Socialist. He was called to order and made to re- tract his references to the Lieutenant Report. From Scene Of Great i "fellows" was also objected to. Hon. Duncan Marshall opened thn i debate at thc beginning of the after- I noon session. j AGREEMENT ENDORSED The agreement on the A. G. W., Seattle. Wash.. March special here it is said they have received no j which was the outcome of certain to the Post-Intelligencer from Ever- confirmation of the rumor. Persons 'railway acts passed at the last scs- HOPKINS HAD NO AUTHORITY FROMCfcOSS Tenders are being advertised for the construction of an addition to the Chinook Club building, plans for which are being prepared by T. Will- iams, The .plans eaH for an addition to tlie ground story of about double the present size, allowing for a magni- ficent billiard room, grill room in the basement, a handsomely furnished bar and reading room wltn fire place. The exterior of the building will toe materially changed, the'billiard room opening on the north side to a porch unning along the side of Che build- ig with glass doors and leaded win- ows. The estimated cose is about twelve housand dollars. Plans are being prepared.- for a arehouse for -he Western Canada Agency on Baroness Road between Bartlett and Campbell streets. The uildtng will be a two story brick one 0x150 with full baseonent. It iwill be team heated, with elevator, vaults, liow room, etc, to be used for whole- ale -hardware. Wm. T. Williams is he architect. This is only another ndication of the future of Lethbridge as a wholesale centre. Plans are being prepared jtor a store and office building for H. Good- man next to the Royal Bank. It will' be a two story building, 25x75 feet witn a full basement. Wreck-The Rumor Is Not Confirmed R.B. Bennett Crawled After Barefacec Attempt To Stampede the Legislature car at the Wellington who left Scenic late yesterday of the legislature and which was ing would mean-a never failing jind1 mcxliaustablc supply of the -very best. slide has bccn excavatcd and ten per-! noon had heard nothing of the rescue severely criticized bv some water with pressure sufficient tor any sons-nitwercfoundal.vc> purpose for any village of the desiring to In the event ializing the system will no doubt 0-Neiirs privaie sccrctary were both i supply water for the villages of Car- jn h-s -vate Cftr whpn jt wcnt ovcr. Thrcc bondalc, Coieman, Blairmore j Thtft Cftr has nQl foumi atld have takcn _......._ rank, and may be extended to Belle-1 therc a Um lhc occupants cd [rom the Great Northcrn vue, Maple Leaf and Passburg if de- sired. (Special to the Herald) Edmonton, Alta., March B. of the. pressure su icien lor any sons jn wpre aijve. The re-jot the imprisoned passengers and arc- members of the new house, especially any village of the distrct pou lhat lrainmastcr A. R. Black- inclined to doubt the story. The from the southern part of the em race t e oppor unny. bodj. was iosti in tjie second egraph companies expect to get the'province, on the ground that the.gov- ent oi the scheme mater- slirfc .g Blackburn and Supt.' line operating to Wellington today. lernment had made too favorable A Bennett's statement of a rumor on the floor of the legislature was one of the most barefaced attempts to stampede a-legislature and the peo- ple of a province ever attempted in the historv of anv countrv. Bennett GUARDING THE MAIL contract with thc company, but after invade a complete crawl yesterday. SUGGESTED HOT clerks from Seattle jthe-, debate of ten days the legislature. I At, lite opening of the house Mr. found and have taken charge of the mail remov- endorsed it. Cross arose and said: Mr. rise to ---.ii >iin uy i in; may be alive. One man entombed! detectives are with them and are hunter's land of -Mbcrta tra- sixty hours has been dug from the. sisting in guarding the registefiMl verses rhp first NEW SPANISH AMBASSADOR Washington, March Seaator JL Juan-Riano; it .was stated bere-today, will succeed Marquis De Villalobar as minister of Spain to the TJnRed States Senor Riano formerly was secretary of the Spanish legation here. He is now Spain's consul general at Copen- hagen. snow half demented. NOT CONFIRMED Everett, Wash.. March re i matter. agricultural country, into which thc i Thc storm which started last night; scltlcrs have rapidly pouringi and swept down the canyon to Scenic whilc the last ponioil throuch a of the crown must be made. A for- mal charge must be made and that formal law is backed up by parlia- mentary law, and precedent. I be- lieve tht speaker of this house under- stands that, that is thc manner in which a charge must be made in this house against any member or against any minister. Now, I want to say, as I said last nigjit, to the junior I member for Calgary that if he -will a question j make a statement which he made last of privilege now, in regard to thc re- night concerning myself outside of SIGNS OF SPRING There are already sighs of spring. Last nignt the young men were play- ing lacrosse on the square. Two farm- ers' wagons loaded seeders and arrows were standing at the corner, farmers lived about thirty liles across the river, and say if the resent weather continues they will e working in che fields in a very hort time. marks whidi the junior member Tor this legislature, I will bring immed- Calgary made last night I want to iately against him a civil action for say to him that he has two altcrna- i slander or an action for criminal dc- tives. either he has to make against jamation, and it is onlv because he I night, slated that the steel of thc en- purchased and forced caused great excitement here but is expects to bring the first bodies out i I U7" J J far i on a train scheduled to leave Scenic' V7 I man, III InnCJ WinnPfl TT w n- i n.- f> i company, when interviewed to- Ul uUUg IMIIUCU! The wire to Wellington was lost this l last night's storm and it is! Most of the bodies will be taken to 1 impossible to tret word from j Seat tie where they will be held await (there. At the Great Northern office i ing instruction.'- from relatives. mation sworn out against thc gentle-, any other member oi the house W. R. C-Iarkr. president ot the rail- ,T TT 7 i t i Hopkins, (o whom he re-i any thing that may be said in I need not draw your atten- j house. As I said before, there Edmonton as j Ottawa, March battle of! words still rages in thc naval debate. H was exactly a month ago today that Sir Wilfrid moved thc second! reading of the bill and threw the pro-; posed fleet into thc political arena, j Since that time it has been buffet- PetitJOR DCing CirCUlated TOT cd around by the cross currents of partisanship until today it is strand- j and dry, on the reefs of ver- bosity. Relief is not yet in sight cither. Those who talk of climax on Tues- day night with thc anticipated divi- sion do so without much show of faith in their powers of prophesy, j jng approval of