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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 4, m THE I^toi i^iMW^-^ Multitude^|K% : ji^deht Assuiries Re|#^feilit ccpntmued from fiwy pfeg�> - At thfe Oripltob th^e oonmilttefc. of RrranB*ment8 wis ready to eonduct Mr, -fatt WA -^nsoii to the marb e rooin, jtuat fl�./i|ie>^^�'bby leading b the deMte^-ihitrtW. 0th6n8\0f the , ooniittlttee waiited".'to condvicf TMr. Mfti^iHaU an^ Stfiiator GaUlnger to the Vled-PfeBldfetttlB >oom. at th6 opposite end ot.thii!i'SSd{it� lobby. TH'iiviklM the PrwideAtlal pan/ Wisf^it-to brltjp .tuyt :^d�partmeut8 and ta-tldvJ�rtha^PreiJidLent as to hia sig-natfll-e 6i Vetd. " teral'ft t6 h&ye74li: 'Senate and House of pressing rtiat-ibn in tl�e hurry Ive business cle^V; In the house .^^_______ for 'tbe inay|ai?iTl6n cererooiilefil 'Ot the ;Vlc^lc8|Ldflnt. * ';,,Q^Vliiflik^T|irong?d siialtft �'�S4ui�l�� ' were thronged early'^wHh^JiibriUj^it asaembiage- in whlih 'Vo^rieh, iBi^ely predomiwtea. tael?. �W^"a�i'd'3hWs giving, a. gala apptefatfoS: t64l^e .iitiper portion'ot the;ohfc&bVi!"-T% diplomaMo 'gall�r-icB Wer^&tMtly:rli"8erved for thp fafn- TODAY'S PROGRAM cant by the,i)^ri(68>d,.Sher man. L adralnist^rW'-*?^^? "^J*^ to the new Vioe-PnSiideHt'ielHo the lot til Senator Gallfn^^r. TWa-was a brief ceremony, foU^^^^S'^'-li'^.^liJ Blve silence, as thio>fh J^^Y^y repeated by ttfe ne.W'official,-stffndlng With upraised hand. , ^ , * Marshall'ihWalltd Vice-President. ^Jif^rShaH' had. now been formally-infttaUi|/a�.^ the pre^ re-orgplze inJiftedf^^lyi'asV^lifi ne^' -Senate of th�f 6Jtd;CdijjjT9��tftmth its liew RrestdlngioffI(ieriairedtln|^.lts af-fatrs. A prayii*' |y):th^,;ifj^I>laln � of the- Senate was .th^fflJjjt'/IOrmal action of-the n[oWI}f^^|gaft1ifj'gv;S^atfe,: With thii 'soy^xffytmhiihni' avor, viee-Pr6^ideift';](r*WK#pife1JV(^ea^^^ inaugural M^jmCSkif^^^-^j^-.:.-. ., orgablzatlpn,;!:�)fi??a|tf hemse^ by admlnis terliig; :thietmM||-|a^ reelected o�n�wly;:'$SgtSd'4j^^pS;^ :{it6rs Rob )fMi>WE DAILY BtlEltAI^P Military Pageant Was oil a Most Elaborate Scale (Continued �?om 'ront i^age). Tii�' rAtiirnrip, to /alce:^ the-o|ySl inaon, of ArMft roth, of Colof&W.; jlp.|of Delaware; Wi the ,..............,. tucky; JoRftpn iana; James K.'VMI: pi: Thdndas' ^v-W! Wllitam Hug' fMlsburir. ti'liiOulB-^iSBiP- msj'ot.tur^^kpretentatlved Qf foreign gov^tnmehtB.'.and. Ihe l?r6sld�nfa and Vicl-PreBi'de.\et wineries for the ,fam-. illeB 'of'-Ihe^viabolning -arid ,outg()ln^ exobuuVS: I'tttttflii'f^ja oeremonlVs.'ofi bewLthefSe. a^imit^d ^galleries- 'were the-.qentre PQlnV,m. #efshadp;#^ofeif menBe*6tatf,d,,t'o''^ tieSnl4reciedi#-5S|^ Of �IblB-vastBtagf ^_ *d|nt#^06*">^^i|l&S? White/ about to .841 th*' fPtesid^M'er ' ' acoompi^le^#>^~fi'firS'ot'th,e central group ^ lounl Wrfe;4ftt]ier,. chairs placed e6.Qf tSe-^Upre ' along.thVj*o)it;tpVof the chamber. todi,nt,.Behatpta a^,* fa6rris?the.^l&"PH8i�f�t, and a^^ his ,Baok-o� them^-^iw ' ' rl|lii^W^dlploroAtti^-brllliantly berp!0t3th^Betir|ng'o.abl|-..^ StiSvfrfwed'Sy As8ociate>Jus. Army and ]^:vy{%;%' ;,v�-xr;Uhai MoKenna,'X-wr'-f ' " ' e W. t, of Hiiig We>\{8, of Masi Noiris.-: of-Nebr Rhodp 'islan/, anf tbSm9�',6^^rt!^g, of South Dakota.' ' J"''-*^ ."T- PtellmlDary' Morning Bvents^i : , , About. 10:30 a.m. - Prtstrfent-: elect Wilson and' Vice-Presltfint-elcct' ftfafsliall' ate 6.scoitBd Ifdn&i" thoir hotel to the - White House-by' the Inaugural Comniittoe,. .ot Congress. ' .-. � , , \ , A])outt 11 a.m.-President ^?i,tt, Presidtut-eicct WiIsotv, and ViceT president�loct . Marshall d^lve . from, the -White .House to ..'the " 9aplto,l^ accompanied by the,'dab� inet and an-escort. . U.;a.n>. to :noon-President .'Taft, �pasJsep.on-.bills, etc, .in the clos-iujp,. TOrk  bl- 'the sixtySecohd Ititfiigiijration, of .Vice-President in;" �V--,v'' Senate. Uhamber.-.i. '. . ^pf's-ajid ' Ministers, .lusWis ot the Supreme' Court, Speaker and^ member^'of the House.of Repre-'* sentatlvB^,. the President, Presi-' . ilenl-elect: and' Vice-l-'residcnfc-clect assemble in Kenate Cljambet. "  .AbouC; 13,' noon-Vicc-Pjregideiit Marshall' takes oath of.: office; ^d-; minhit'ered, by Senator,'Calliriget, president'j!to � tcra' of Senate. .  ,,-Adjournment of the Senate, qI' the'.Sixty-Second Congress;'- and ' immediate reconvening of the >new SSiiatewfth-prayer bv the Chap^ lain; - � . �  , ' . � . �About 12:10 p. m.-Vice-President MarsJiall delivers his inaug-^ ural address. . .About 12:20 p.m-Vice-President Marshall swears in new. Senators; Senate tiikes recess. ^..^^_____ .Iiiauguration of the. President in criie^'bf StafP of tli^ Army, and Grand Front ol Capitol --  ti,,' vimnoaqinn iieadiiiE feet; the stream" of color wound down from" iCapltoI Hill and breasted its way to'ifyard the'White llouBe, to which the presidential party had driven briskly: ahead to take places for the review, ; The Officers' The Qhlef ofBcers and divisions ot the i^ai^kde were as follows: O'rajld' Marshal-Major Gen. Leonard Woo^. �jJIrB'tTDIviBionr regular army, navy ^nd'.jriJ^rJne corps-Major General W. �^V.'' WotherBpood, Commanding. '(Jecdid Division, state militia-Brigadier; general Albert h. Mills, Commanding. Third Dlyision, veteran and patriotic .Ibrganizations-General .James N. Stuart Of'Chicago, Commanding. FolirtH Division, Civic Organlza-. UonB-;rRobb'rtN.,Harper, Commanding. As thb procession took up the march the. npted Eisaex troop ot New Jersey awuJ^g'tii behind the carriage in which President wilsop and former President Taft rode. Then came Vice-Pres- - , liifeUt 'Marsfiaire carriage and behliid ^ . nfefvatofle? where the sujrrage.icB ..�=�..^,,.v.-----,-_^_,..,., . . " and dbllara. .The arro,w Indicates location of the pavillofi wbt^'tftey IjHrned At the thol-the :Black''Horse troop of Culver Jo'figpa- M^llta.ry^Ac^da'my, prancing and bow- * ing' to'/the-ilv-ely music. A roar of .  " :' . welcome opened up before this whole oiinied to $1^0,000 annually,it.ptarted and awept along present time,:railways, like other cor-' behind It. V porations; should pay their Just dues Then came Major General Wood, to the province. tafP of.the Army, and.Grand  The amendment, was seconded by iMarehall of the" procession, heading Mr. Miohener/who merely nodded his . 'Th?j_ , iloi|i�iC!am dor JuSrfa {(Sltves of foreign,vniJ nt|'headed by. Ambft?sa� foi S^anpe, deanjof the iSa- In ,tht!"ab.8ettoe"ot >$^roh , Jlenitelmulledi the hrotd" 'plitffimjv; -^i^/-, pefiii^'apW^^i^i^tage: at|on_of*th..p^�.g^^^^ ,J.6�:Au8tria;,who.lB ab�' -^k&ri leitve az^l-is^iot from Italy tofl.'th* 4;;fd , gium. '.fin'd!^ ^iambassfldor Ijom ^P^tr&l; 'OgU^i ^f] a"Pi�sl��^^';t& the P^eeld; "iHc?y;>;a'9Iarq�iJB, ' the\�mlj?fS*|joj: , _a aiim*;-t|Le'|m|| (sil;'Gedrge Ba^hffiis' pi^lroiri RdBaifisfhi^' hmbasiMbf^M^oH, �^om. Portug^UBb- kberlands,-^ Vene-^ �Wy,,tbe-.C lGv4^ce;\ China, ^SrW. 'NtcarfguS 'Buay/Oii^eMll: -^Domini* -pr-?.a^B"SV \ Slamp, 'lolM^i iril-WiV ainbaaaildofB seTYe,.'PjP � ''^^"t&u tlnmediately^ iu.tipn^ptjtbe f*|,v^. utile "Up^/aoyirri the tqa.later^ In the. next Coflgreaa, marche^ slowly Claylfe..-;, ulr-"'* . C liext .mov^^was to r_About 1:15, p. m.^Presidential iiiartyreturJls to 'White House.; Inauguration' Parade  : ;About l;30.p,m,-Parade..starts, ; from Capitol. . ' .About^Presidcnt: Wilaon, reviews parade from; President's \ stand in. front of Whitij .-House :M',3!.,to� � ,; ..! A deputation of mmmg menwaited : atliitter, rltiea' barrels glistening ovation greeted them. Commapding nq less interest than the' West Poin^ cadets, came the raid Bhlpweh from' Annapolis. In their they put >up buildings in towns and cities. , ,, Harold Riley said he was quite willing to accept the amendment, as part VV'Speatfld (Continued from front, ijjag^)) i.TOemibei: of the smart sfet',ip divorcing his neighbor's-wife, before takjn| her 'unto himseU; the Senator, ia'^J-lmm-ating pefsonaUties. B^t -V^rn'wc. o^J tir-the chancellories,of. thp^^.World.: and submiit to thein ' judgmentB nbt^ only our right to 0WOT4w' 1)6 respepte.^%w9,.oiin{hoPe to b' sured. in Jut'onesy; !and -wi be able U sh^w/thatr �^.1) tteaty obligations � f"ol.' this , will be ke^t V^fH-'^ '^^^^ lous lione^siiy'!' -Both.-jof^ splriy ter.-whether.jjaae^bjr .tbe-^" people. oMWs^co'ntx^-nt selt-gpvqmmeijV, or - with^the; IS Editor. The Lethbridge Herald: Sir,-I have. Juat read a .8PM�h ^L^'^suSeTl rmtiS/KoS I ina-dVb; C-drnal Bourne, Aixhbl,ho^ important being thai teserve appar^- of Weatmlnster, Bng and. in which A tis should be established at jven; ^''^'�"^ ^''^^ Synd caUsm is one oC ^ ' ' ^ "tentacles of Socialism, which lff,>-to. , put ifbluntly. false.:; It �i�,:a:;E|li|^jM^!|r a college-bred m^n, llk� the Card.ln:� al would make, such bad use 9fJ?.M��^ mine The delegBitlon consisted pt C. Stubbs, president of- .th^'.MWe Workers ot America, Dflstridt 18. O .Tones, vice-presidertt,' antl 'J- regulation;ahori'navy-blue jackets and '"s lo av;uBiJv i^v. --------, .. . tan? leg^ipg8,'Sthe.;.young sailors ^-were of Jijs,regular motion. If his motion reoei�6fl with'^ayes of cheers. ' carried he, wouia be first to object ; 'V^fiettf tU*^ l(|ail;i:of - the column came to any interference with any contracts tO:the:: oonflnuda-ohiOjit ^st the White HoiiSe � . N^- Premier's Reply , ' l.t, l�altel�f ,l)He(l3f U^^^ President Wil- Premlen.. �Ifton..said he was glad ap�.aha.b}8.;P4rty,;,tooJc their places in that tbeiOppOsitiibh had been able to ^^ .';^^Wy^il:�taWl- unite; their: forcifisi and ^agree upon ::.Mr.^-Taft, acepyfling to custom; had the question 'befor^ the House. He plddfin/back^to the White House with' assured theiufalor'member for Calgary WBL^UOp^sJBORi'i'fe farewell. :; 11 is that bo far.;as he'knew there was no ^^'"I'M&.l oustpniy,95oa8lonally varjed. other, contijacte outside what appeared ^PF^W>':butgqlnf�Brp?ident to return to in-the'statutes.' :; the .('WMtejiflqflM take hie leave Whatever the 'in'teritfon^bf the Oppo-at'tfie,^\VVhlta>|Hofl^^^ but it- is sition"'wai,'*-'lt'-Wa;i the belief of the' liQttbejQustpni&i^r.j't^ni to; review thSpiii|^ShS�?ione.Mn:tlio::a 'l^pjla':gji^s i^'onv, mug^^i-; pal and" school taxation. Even Jiitslde ^tb'B question of break- dttd pressed fonyafd in review. gitewartMsd. nn -His PartV ing,^gi*\ments that had already Ijeen ,VM ^ enterad>nto, he belloved. It would, he. _ whlch'-W'ere making ^ , Speaker, the Hon. q^R', Jibber, to ,'ilf^'anyone i(i the-iign erlqan people.^ Mthg'.Mi . treaty obligations .^.J^�. tjjie, 'Vmm purpbsQ.'oE -the Mpm;o;e*4oot^lng>,;l tafcen aiUght.whUfe thisiliQUy. w^s/uk^ l\berating,\it,ist-?or..?wPri taifa all f^cls.^thBr(^tQ.' JSpMmg or iiuu^tiqa,,has ,b?er^V'l'??|aJiotoMr;�.a^^ greatness ofi^thfs ;:fepubMF5sts .ubonj its unsullfedVororMn4tt%'.;$HM^ Q[ this-boflyicj s'eW^ tey|:^^upi^, of "bad T faith' .a^d dii8hon||%'J;.fttd- rec^^ ta^�V9 It'made Ppiiln'that h? vot- gTarapte^d, wore exempt from J| ,ed-loH'the motionVun'fler a mlaappre. ^^atik. Municipalities had just the fi^^lbrtj- he' could:-'do^ so when the ^^ame right of taxation tUat th^y had ' ^QOd' Ngrtliern' will' pay aoiric taxation;':. ielSon then, and lU,S'aP')d\toafty.- fe^^idVq,^ M..^ p'BHen. Spoj^Ust, Jor igCiuntler y*lnh 348;l^miles ot railway Original motion being put, therS voted hk^ WdeA built in tMB'P'OYinjse ' tor it'Messrs MitefibneT. .Tweedle, ft^oii; .tlievPr^HdflBt^b'Jil^.fejJJFv''''- ^^'^ r the'i -.^fet|h-; djourn stands; rt ses-isldept; proces- JoWfk^a^HSl^et^Tid .tbe^oo^^^ ' y -^-� ?f'".'T�>�a''t Cfntrej'Maj-pK l,VS9^�n''Bl- 1 Is Dui- i. twmi,i^*8^yft86 u u s gtit^Qf tJie presJ^iiiK^oKioe* Atlantic City, ;3A;'#4cl^,^f-: When Wm. GrossmuUer,?* ba,kerfiWas notified today tliatVo"*-'' '^'-"''^ had become violently,, bread delivered eatly, he started an mvestigaj od that-'Cotton seeqtdy ing 2,800 loaves ,otbtt. pies was cq.ptamlnated^^Je-' ately despatched ^ his, AtolV| their routes \o wttiW'J " oil repp.rts of thb, d^ive^ baker's patrons wferofM 'quire the s6EVi�,e .ofv-^pjjy* night it was ^fcpoftefl.rg those affected, ^would..W Upon investigation jift* the cottop seed; olV'u|^^^ butteB and lard ha^ '�h�pnfi, in a barrel previoi ing kerobsne- ? --r-r MiA^^ R'ev. Chas.. Molvay.^.^ from Yorktou IjiO^iM sumo his wbrk*at|S|| dinal Bourne must admit that all Jg-nostlcs and atheists are not SociW;. J Ists or Syndioalisla. I, as a"'SoplRl5^t,-j|' do not favor Syndicalism.'as J upt%'5?, stand it well; but ma? some tim^'Mr^^ the future favor it, if I^bo^ U >not �^ ^.^ lowed to' gajn i> , enpanoJp|trgaji| through'the ballot, as I reoognlzft^mi power of legislation; also I-know t^9 v influences .that .are used to 5VelWdU!e..^j.!| the. mmds of the ordinary ,maj^,.oM? day, or, as'jt should say, the work*- brpught in, Syn^ioaliap; as his^^j^ What the;wotkfnK cla;88'of%da quires is ^.little hrpadej^jeidl^r klBOf not lej; �iape with all people,"'justicpHp all-'goverpt, ments aiid "rightco'usnes?;j,the',2 world around "__- ''UiXpresent s^SBlorv-Iptrodlpe IPSl^la; " (jjod--pVQgrPSS '^vas mj^de 'today ^tlon repealing the, ^exemption and ^^m-i^^.^iW act- The Kailse'fepent ipjhp6l all lallways; operating in the ^ /nd&^aVU hours on rtte bill m fcjfee to pay annu^iy 8uc)i4axes 5^m^;ttDe^,pf^.thq vhQld and succee^-af^e Imposed }?y t^fe prlglnal ftot ^^^^^.^^^ go^ttiiig -to the; end 6f 'the KlB I Issue Oonffised olausesJpt the' ftct by leaving over ' 'So^far as ihe moflpp ^Yas concern- the �most;,contentious clauses Spme ad!"the position ot the OpposiUon, the j,[ tUej,p.\vero jifiken up again last pjem'ier pointed piit, Wafe clear, but mgjjt .'The. olaupe relating to the Uhio was confujjed by the follow- eight-hobr Uaw and sevorfi others ancl''"sraTt,f6''>ti}inleta6d ^ ^ , then >b4 fo6^-b7e./^|rasdte|r:wg^ h an^s of;.yearg. ; V.-H^K-Hhe Thankihg you for the 8pace^-SS^, ,4e- paper, if this does^APt'find'its-yfa; ; Tokiq.vtMarch ,3.--TMro,., .\ ifumbfer'of'Tata|jtl*s. The'loaa  iiliatfid4lf,*8i500.0O()i>'- wm, '?4 �I- ..c Brandon. .>l4n., ? n>^l^':ji%: ;t>iB;V-pii Gamepn^^iUirsf- ,|t?t!tiQ�naL, I r^ I'tiis huihfic ing 87 1719 ;