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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta VOL I. SATURDAY, MARCH 7, NO. 74 CONSERVATIVE PARTY KEEP 1 LETTERS for Nearly a Year Ottawa, March 7. Returns have been presented to the House of Com- mons since January 1 1906. An an- alysis made of these returns accord- ing to a statement brought down in the Commons today, makes an il- luminative commentary on the recent debate in the House, relative to the production of original documents. The Opposition a few weeks ago led by Mr. Ames and Mr. Foster, occupied two or three days in a vehement de- mand that whenever desired the orig- inal documents should be brought down or returned ordered. A record of what has. happened to many of the returns, brought -during the past year goes strikingly to bear out the contention of the government that 5f the original documents are brought down there is grave danger of their complete loss to the files of the de- partment with possibly serious in- conveniences and legal difficulties ensuing. Of the 355 returns brought ddwxi a considerable number have been appropriated by the members from the journal's office and kept for long periods of time running in some cases as high as six or eight months. Furthermore in a number of cases they have never bc-c-n re- turned at all. A. A. Lefurgey kept one return in bin possession for 2C-1 days and then returned it with a number of pages missing. Mr. Barker kept one out for 106 days and so on. Mr! Ames had taken out at least five returns which he has never re- turned at all. Mr. Foster, Mr. Borden, Mr. Clem- ents, Mr. Armstrong, Dr. Reid, Mr. I-tke, Mr, .Ketnp and others, all of which were most' imperative in their demands for production "orig- inal documents, have also carted off returns and forgotten or neglected to bring them back. Yet affixed to each return, is the following notice: "This sessional paper is .the property .of the House of Commons and must not be taken from the precincts. The member receiving same for reference or information is requested to return it to the journal's office -at his earl- iest convenience." Dr. Reid, in the House this after- noon again the complaint of the Conservative members that they were not allowed to see the copies of the original documents brought down by the interior department except when the public accounts cdmmittee was sitting. Mr. Oliver said if the committee passed an order that they should be viewed at other times, he would bow to this ruling, but would not depart the rule established at the request of any one member The premier told Mr. Foster that the report of the .commission, inquir- ing into the Quebec bridge disaster would be laid on the table of the House next week. NEW GERMAN WARSHIP A Mammoth VMM! Launched in of Royalty r' t r Willhelmshaven, March first monunoth warship of the Ger- man navy was sucessfully launched here today and christened Nasau by the grand duchess of .Baden. Kjuperor William, tho Grand Duke in Baden, Prince Henry of Prussia, and Prince Honry of the Netherlands, as well as a brilliant assemblage of prominent officials were present. .The N'asau displaces tons and is built entirely of hardened steel. Her dimensions and the thick- ness of her armor are not exactly known as everything connected with her construction has been kept secret by order of the marine minister. It is known, however, that she is to be fitted with three sets of triple expan- sion engines and is to be provided with three propellers. The minimum speed she is specified to attain is 19 knots. -The roll is numbered 26C, including 27 officers. LEADER OF M OPPOSITION FLEW After Delaying Prorogation He Left Hiebert ii Charge of GUIS NEW POLITICAL PAHTY Formtd in With Sir Edwird Morrit as Leader i" St. Johns, Newfoundland, March 7. Edward Morris; former attorney general of .Newfoundland has assum- ed the leadership of-'a new political party in opopsitioh. .to the administra- tion of Sir Robert'IJ'ond. Tlie general elections will be held W'xt Xovemher. JOHN BURNS HAS BEEN NAMED VIOLENT GALE IN ENGLAND London, March violent gale has swept the coast of the British Isles today and there have been num- erous wrecks of small craft, most of them on the east coast of Ireland. Altogether about twenty lives have teen lost. A STRONG MAN A BIGGER SALARY Requirements for Chairman of the Railway Com- mission Toronto, March Sir Win. Mul- ock says that he is not a candidate for the vacant chairmanship of the Railway Commission. He .says the positiorf .should jjo to a nuin robust in health and one younger thau him-.. self. The salary.s should creuswl und an adequate allowance in. orttor, to jniluce men, not now in public anrl who hold Uic- positions to nccept the va- Edmonton, March the small boy who the bell, then skips around the corner whilst his innnocent companion stands and gets the caning, Mr. Robertson, the mem- ber for High River, in the Legislature hit the trail for his home on Satur- day morning leaving a memo for his colleague, Mr. Hiebert, to do hifr best concerning the bill before the house. The matter is being freely com- mented on by the members in the lobby and around the government of- fices generally. The member for High River demanded with a great deal of feeling last Thursday that more time be given to the Opposition for con- .siderntion of the act to amend various statutes. He insisted that nothing would .satisfy his sen.se of fair play but adjournment until Monday. This tlie government agreed to though all arrangements had been made for the prorogation of the House on that afternoon. The queer part of the story as told in the; lobby is that the 'following day Mr. "Robertson u.sked for his sessional indemnity receiving it left for home on Sat- urday morning. His colleague, Mr. Hiebert. who with several other mem- bers had gone home for the week end, returned on Sunday night expecting to have a conference with Mr. Rob- ertson before the House met. Instead, he had a memo stating that the member" for High River hac PRISONER CUT HIS THROAT Winnipeg; March being taken-to Portage-la -Prairie jail by Constable Williamson, Thomas Demp- sey, of Rollin, Man., cut his throut while on tjic C. N. 11. train and is in dying Df-nip.scy tried to shoot himself during the night and also tried to jump off the train. The deed was done by a small knife which had beeti hidden in his cloth- ing. The man was insane. Jy Serious Minded Paper for Chancellorship of Exchequer ON A PLEASURE TRIP Winnipeg, ifarch Whyte, second vice president C. P. R., Mrs. Whytc, Sir Daniel and Lady McMil- lan left today on a .'three months trip to the Mediterranean. Toronto, GOT f March- government. will give Ontario Olympic games the sum of toward.-; ex- penses of Canadian athletes going to London this year. The committee asked for JAP'S DEMANDS AGAINST CHINA Wants FnD Indemnity, Res- toration of Steamer and an London, .March high place hat John Hums, president, of the ocal government board has assumed n the estimation of the House is il- UKIrated -that 'The Spec-; tator, a most Conservative weekly lewspaper today wrionsly suggests lim for the highest post in the Cab- not, namely, the chancellorship of the excheqikT, the event of Mr. As- quith being premier and finding it necessary to ivsign the chancellorship COLEMAN !S GROWING Twenty New Houses All Fernie Wins Again Serious Charges Made in Connection With a Building Kdmonton, March would not illow jny warmest friends or my supporters to continue in if such statements as these vcre proved to be true about thorn." So spoke Mayor McDbugall at the noeting of the city council last veiling in reference to a statement nade a few weeke.s ago by Aid. Man- son, regarding the commissioners. Aid. Manson stated that the extr'i cost of the telephone building was hie entirely to the bungling of the and said he could show that the extra cost as a result, The public works comittoo of the- nineil and the mayor were appoint- j ed to investigate the J. Puce is commissioner of public works.. This has caused quite a sen- sation, folowing, as it does, close on the heels of the charges against the management of the health depart- ment and the dismissal of Dr. Ter- nan, health officer, his assistant, and the foreman of the scavenging depart- ment. REORGANIZING PRO. BALL LEAGUE Meeting to be Held n Cal- gary for That Purpose Next Tuesday RATIFIED AGREEMENT The directors of the Klcctric Coin- puny at a meeting last night ratified tJii' agreement made1 by their commit- tee with the city council concerning the gas wc-lL The agreement is now in the hands of the solicitors to be legally drawn up. homo and transferring the Op- position's work to Mr. Hteb'ert. It was then, that the- latior said in italics! And since then .he has done .best to build up protests this and .that .'.amendment, Vhieh' does, not need alteration but which he feels in jluty., bound to ques- tion. Pckin, March, ulti- matum in the case of ;the Japanese steamship. Tatsu .seiz- ed by' the Chinese, was j to Coleman. Ahirch Coleman is now asking how it, possible for the Fernie hockey tean to pile up the score against Colernai they did last Friday and well may ask the 'question. Last nigh' same'seven from Fer nic, admittedly .the best they have, aiid ever did have, all fast players, and good slick handlers, came to "Coleumn and played a return match on Coleman ice. While Colemhn's point and best player liscd Tip with .si cold and could not piny 'and .Tamieson who who ranks a close .second did ,not play. Their places' were filled by men who were very o'.ft- of prnc itice but who nevertheless put tip "a GOVERNMENT COMMENDED For Enforcement of Liquor Law and Shorter Hours for Barserial and Dominion-governments and" ilso principal of McGill -.University vhereby the commissions in imper- al army and Canadian permanent forces in ay be granted tb-under-grad- te.s r The chief interest centered in tht for government control of the- liquor traflic. The proposition defeated tiu. The House again went into com- mittee on the bill to provide a 000 grant to the Champlain Tercent- enary celebration at Quebec. Mr. Foster demanded a definite statement as to what tbe government proposed to do with the Ross Rifle factory. Sir Frederick Borden said the least? was for a period of ninety-nine years, but it Was within tho power of the government to resume .control by giving compensation. Armand Lorcrgnc declared that if the factory is to be removed the people of Quebec should receive a guarantee that it will not be lost to Quebec. Sir Fred said the govern- ment would prefer that the factory HOCKEY AT FORT WILLIAM Fort William, March Wan- derers of this city played the Mnpie Loafs of Winnipeg to a standstill last night at the Arena rink. There were' two thousand people present. The play was fast and at one. time it looked as if the Wandersr might win is the score was tied at four to four. The Maple Leafs then scored two more and the Wanderers one mnkinp the. final score 6 to 5." The Maple Loafs left for Montreal to play for the Stanley Cup. _ MR. MORGAN RETIRES From Contest for the Senate of the University of Albtrta the ancient capital. His idea was that land was suitable out side the city for an arsenal work and rille factory. Premier lAuricr re- minded the House that the bill under consideration had notliinjr to do with the Ross rifle, factory. The national battlefields commission report against the necessity of its removal. On the motion for a third reading of the bat- tlefields commission bill Armand Le- verognc moved an amendment that the clause be stnick out which pro vides that any British Dominion granting should be entitled to a representative of the battlefield? commission. The amendment was lost, Levcrgne alone voting for On vote "being taken the bill was carried 91 to 11. Those voting against the bill were Messrs. Barr, Jackson Henderson, Wilson, BUin, Herron Staples, Akorn w In a letter to the Herald, J. Mor- gan B. A. pays: Kditor of Herald: there are now in the field for election to the University Senate two men whom Southern Alberta. hanking and commerce com- mittee also passed the-North Empire Fire insurance Company's bill. This is a western Canada enterprise and promoted under the name of Northern. Public1 accounts committee contin- ued the inquiry into the circum- stances under which several blocks of timber lands in Western Canada were disposed of by the department of the interior. G. U. Rieley, land commissioner G. T. P. railway who was for 25 years in charge of timber nnd Filing? branch of. the interior de- partment was examined by H. B. Amos. M. P., but he had no recollec- tion of the transactions. The tenders doubtless were received by him but he passed them to the land commis sioner J. G. Tariff now M. P. for East Assiniboia. A subpoena was is-sued for the attendance of E. R. Patterson, of Winnipeg, secretary of the Imrtoriul Pulp company. WhiMi examination of marine de- partment accounts was taken up by the committee Hon. Brodeur was ex- arninr-d by Foster in connection with a contract the minister made with Kenneth Falconer, of Montreal for expert examination of the system of accounting in marine department. Hon. Mr. Brodctir said Falconer was engaged on the recommendation of j Mr. Butler, deputy minister rail- terms of a reply tomorrow-. She will not tol- erate China's-offer to investigate the cause. She insists upon an apology of the hauling dowo o. dags on the Tatsu Man: and will not accept mediation affirming, that China is, in error and that the facts ire incontrovertible. llaron I'Inyiashia the Japanese-min- ister to China, in delivering the ul- timatum, made reference to Japan's sympathy for China in the matter of contraband traffic in arms and ex- plained that China could not expect mediation as long as she did not ad- mit the participation of the Portu- gese. the and'so was not allowed, leav-i )rnsseil iu gratification at the actioi scoru just one each. The j of Legislature in passing the. re cent liquor legislation, especially the last quarter of the tiiriu witnessed of the prettiest plivying, fastest .skating, niul' neatest stick handling ever seen on Coleman ice. (Iriesack and Simms for Coleman were invinc- ible iind -.again and again rushed Ferine forwards and defence with the puck right up to the goal but they could not scon-, so well did Ferule's curtailing of the hours of sale to tei o'clock, and at the way in. which-the law was being euiorced. The eonven lion. passed a resolution asking tha the hours of sale be reduct'd to sever o'clock. The two chief things adopted bj tlit- convention a determination goal kci-piT do his work. Right curry option wherever pnssi forts of Oria'stick and goal lid Baker and Spence second the ef- tf) jn ln province. The convention was gla stopped many tliat tlie ha shot sent in by I-Vrnie's crack play--j to constitute-a new license MODE FARMS IS ALBERTA Five or Six to Be Established by Department of Agriculture Hon. W. T. Finlay, minister of Agriculture, made a import-ant announcement at a banquet at Pon- oka this week when he intimated that t was the intention of department to establish some five or six model farms throughout the province to IKS run on a practical paying basis' an evidence of what can be accom- plished in agriculture in this splendid province. myself included, will pleasure in supporting, f wish to withdraw from the content. I refer to Inspector Hrown of Medicine Hut and Supervis- or Mr.Cnig. Hoth nrc well known throughout the .south country ns men of advanced educational ideas nnd Ottawa, March the bill arc moreover eminently business men. Tho south inny be proud to secure the election of! cither or both to the Senate. With this end m 1 tako the step J urn now taking'. xlos. Morpan. ways. Tho engagement was that Fal- coner was to bo. pnid at scheduler] rates. But no figures were mention- ed. Mr. Brodeur said good clean honest administration was all he h.ic in view. "We had single entry sys tern and T wanted one which show at a moment's nolice v.Iiat wasi being spent. "Whore you have a' b men who wore connected with department that is spending six mil- lions n year this is most a this is most important." KILLED AT TORONTO Toronto, 'March Pc Scott, forty years of age, -agent for Morse and company, was struck and almost instantly killed on a street railway crossing last night. ers. Fernie, loo. disposi- lion to resort to "shinny" tactics in district wherever the temperance peo- ple wished it for the purpose oi carry- the way of using .their sticks toward j inp locn, option JnU protested against the throt-e-fifth.s majority clauses nnd the-last, .slashing and striking fierce- ly when they would not tret the puck any other way. Not until the la.st minute or so was- the winning goal .scored by a mike. The shot, a cor- ner was sent in b a Fernie for- the guarantee clause. Ft was determined to try to do away with pint bottle .selling anrl city deliveries by wholesale liquor stores. eU-cted were: Prrsi- inp nvo LATEST CITY NEWS The engagement of Mr. CJordonTny- lot, second son of tin; late .John Tay- lor. I'ernanl Avenue, ami Miss Sara Helena Murphy, is announced. Their marriage tukes place on March Toronto Saturday Nitfht. Mr. Tay- lor is the .son of .Mrs. Taylor who was tht; guest of Mrs. G. T.-. Vroo- tuan a couple of winters ajio. Charles M. Sheldon's great story "In His Steps" will be illustrated by over 100 beautiful lantern slides on Monday evcninjx at Wesley Church under the auspices of the Epworth League liy .1. Carnegie. In ad- dition to which the songs "Tell Mo- ther I'll lie There" ami "Where is My Wandering Hoy Tonight" will also Ive beautifully illustrated. A. series of line water scenes.' including "Hcs- cucd by will be produced by moving pictures, the programme last ward and cleverly stopped by j R Cowell, Red Deer; sec gins, why however lost his balance and in his efforts to recover separat- ed his feet when the- puck which was on his knee fell down and rolled through the goal; score two to one in favor of Fernie. With White and i .Tamieson on there is not the slight- 1 est doubt but that Coleman would j have won. j Lu.st fall the coal company erected 1 twenty cottages for tho use of their rotary. Rev. G. G. Webber. Innisfail; Sunday services will treasurer, W. J. Brothcrton, Medicine hoU, in !hc Salvation Army liar- Hat; field secretary, Rev. G. W. For- j racks tomnrrmv. Holiness meeiing at tune, Calgary. i 11 rt. in., praise meeting at 0 o'clock i anrl Salvation mealing at S p. in. j F.veryoin- and st.nxnpjrs nrc _____ i curdially invited to attend any of F. H. Chrysler, K. C., Ottawa, services. Sunday school is held NEW COMMISSIONER BANK OF VANCOUVER Bill for Incorporation Passe Commit- tee at Ottawa Replace Late Judge Kilfam jut '2 o'clock and the oflicers will be i glad to welcome any children not i I married cmplovees. some of whom Ottawa. March 7.-There is said to connected w.th any other .school. The uerc living in'shacks, ami some. little, doubt but that F. H. Chrys-1 Arniy mooting with very good re- whom had their families back K- C.. accept and be offered suits ,n tho city. About two hun- or in the "Old Country." Today 'these twenty are all taken, the shacks are, not empty and the corn- tor the incorporation