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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBR1DGE, ALBERTA, MSTAPHA If Sent to Committee for Second But Will Be Amended HON. D. MARSHALL ATTACKS IT HOTLY OF TURKEY mt AliM MMt WMli Mm Real CM Be Alberta? Worth Of Expert one oy stem ,000 Report ineer Shows (Kmctal to KDMONTON, March, hot figh was launched upon ilio (lew private hill which would incorporate the "As Roclaliou bt- ProfeasiOBal Engineers o In.. Ihe legislature Monday when A. K. Ebbett Ver million, who introduced tho measure in the house, brought }l up for second reading.- Numerous members attack ed the bill OIL the ground that lj. wa creating "a close Hon Marshall, minister of agricu' lure, being particularly emphatic while Atlorney-Geiierai 1. ii. BoyI characterized the. bill ill its preset! form is but said it coul be suitably, amended in committee. After a warm debate the'house d ruled and; by a vole of. K3 for to against, gave the measure second'reai ing and sent it to committee. Detail of the biil have already appeared i the newspapers of the province- an were partly pver in the de bate Monday. Many of the- member -who voted-for the to go to com initleSi-merely did so iu order to ge the opportunity of having 'it amende Iherc. The vole-was as follows! scud to committee: Hon. X Cote. A. O. McKay, J. Stewart, A. J. McLean, George F Smith, Messrs. Boudrea Wooir. Oariepy, Tobih, McNaughlon, KbbelV; ttevidson, Skeldlrig, lUe State, (iaetz (all Eovernment mem- bers) McAdaras Mckmnev Weir I'eanon and "s" bwmr Kemmis Campbell BpeBcer.'-lfudsc.u Jxurery and Barker (OMfoilUonT f i r> To kill the-bii.-iiHon. Bmican Mar- Mr. McDonald- (goverjnneut George Hoadley, t'red Davis, Andrew, Gilmour, f. W. nnd 0. 0. Cunningham Total, 7. 'Premier Slewart said during the de- bate thil he had just received a letter from Hie secretary ot the electrical engineers at Kdmonton, the lone of which indicated that they were ou- posed to the bill. lie had written, in reply, that before the bill was acted on in the house a hearing would be Ji.icl before n committee; at which any- one would be entitled to appear.and voice objections. Attorney-Genera' Hoylo said the bill was dangerous in that it was an 'effort to gather into 'me group all the branches of practica" science. Fie thought it the engineers had confined themselves at first strict ly to'civil engineering practice, taking in a few people, that later when ex pericnce had proved it practicable and desirable, It could be enlarged Bis Union. He favored sending the bill to com mit'ee, where thu undesirable part could be wiped out and the good one retained.' "These people liave get thi chiropractors backed oft tho earth, declared Dim can .Marshall in a warn ot tho measure, wbicl he scored for Its all-inclusive terms. U'eir quoted one phrase from the bill, which .brought within its Rcone anyone who endeavors to intelli- gently apply the science, ot mathe- mstics, and held it up to-ridlcule. Ilcplylng, Air. Ebbelt. denied that the measure would interfere with any- one who wanted to put concrete foun- dations under a barn. iAs tor compar- ing II with the Chiropractors 'Act, Mr. Kbbelt said that man who had voted against the Chiropractors Act and who voted against this -bill would be voting directly opposite? to what ho did In the case ot the chiropractors, as the tngineer hill was directly designed for tho prelection ot the public. With reference, to small towns, they would have been saved bis sums ot money If tho plants had been installed by competent engineers. "In tho c'aso of irrigation asked'Fred. Davis, o! Gleichen, "where the work can sometimes go on by mei who are not expert engineers, jrmlt1 Mils bill reijitlro a engl ymi wanted work well done, yoi would biro the best man you conld gel, wouldn't countered Mr. Kb 1 belt. A division was then demanded ant Ihe bill was sent to committee on th vole. "stLKIRK FtRE Man., March iargi clothing store stock was destroyed b: LONDON', llirck Bax on, In a letter. In the Ldoaou Times oday, commenting 'on a 'report.that fifty, thousand, troopi be sent o "No bow many trops eat 'to Constantinople, the preswil critical .situation will not be'relieved until we come to. with Jlaslapha the Turkish commander Asia Minor and CHIcla. Not a single European or 'American In Ana- tolia today Is safe from assassination. attacks have been made on Enc- -ish_ men, and women, anil atores o( ammnnlllbn at tie Dardanelles been carried off into the Interior. "This stale- of wfU continue until It realties raal power In Tnrkey Is- not at; Constantinople, but at Angora of and that the allies have sot with Jlnstapha Kernel Pasha before any settlement whatever will be reported.- U-Ii futile to present-peace teams to 'thi puppet government at Stunboai. sorloag as dictator remains al large." (Social to The Herald) EDMONTON, March Te re- place rtatlont and tqulpnMiit of -At-1 barta now, would coat iountliif In aom fo> increases in the payments to w.I fiscal policy which Tegard- Men Have Already AppHed. ilir and'disregarded It as-m STOCKHOLM, March Kinc Oustave has comniiEsion- ed lljalmar Branting, Joriner minister bt finance and Social- 1st 'be second cham- her to form a fr the place of that Premier fr which'resigned, lust week. I 4 t. 4. A Fefetiary 24 TIFLI5, FeaMary 24 (Via ConslantiMttter 9 Associated hun dred penanat anT dead and thwl- sands of hnniilaaa as rcswH of toslay which and other a of 40 miles west of Tiflls, The city of'Tiflis was shaken and many buildinos were severely damaged. .Thousands of refugees are pour- Ing The constituent; assembly 'of the republic of Geor- gia' immediately voted roubles for first aid to the suf-' ferers. Ask Status oftheO.B.U. 1 OTTAWA, March at- titude has the government toward the One Big is one of the questions, to be asked in houte of commons tomorrow by W. A. Buchanan, Uethbridge. "It Is considered to, be a legal organ- Mr. H. A. Mackle, Ed- also asks. Hare Sailed Premier Stewart Reiterates His Former Statement, An- swering Mr. Erring (Special lo The il Starch Premier Charles SteVart on Monday in the House declined 'firmly to accede to a dcniand by A. F. Ewlug. (opposition) May Have To Be Postponed In- Other Jurors WINNIPEG, March postponement ot the trial of the strike leaders was predicted today. James Jack, Ridgerille, juryman, who was taken ill during the morning ses- sion Monday, was reported to be snt- 'erlng from an "attack of Influenza. Mr. Justice -Meicalfe .formally ad- journed the coiirt ttntlt 10 a.m., Thurs day, hut staled thftt adjournmenl would be continned. tPJick had not Improved by tiat Counsel fof, aViuteil aud de fense concurred iri the suggestion from the crown .in case Jack's Jllncss proved serious, he should be removed to the hospital. At present he Is re ceivlhg every attention. A discasslon as (6 whether Jack should bo sent lo the hospital where ho would be placed In touch with the public, was terminated when Mr. Jus- tice Ofclealfe remarked: "The life of this man Is of more importance- to me than the Issues ot this trial." been placed in. a ipecia! room, separated from the remaining MINING MEN GATHER Toronto, March min- Ing men, metallurgists and from as far easl as Xova Scotia and as far west as British Columbia, gath- ered hero yesterday to attend a three- day convention of the Canadian" Min- ing Institute, D. H. MacDougall, presi- dent of the Nova Scotia Tron and i Steel Company, New Olasgqw, N. president of the Institute, in bis ad- dress-issued tho warning that "Cnn- ada has great natural resources, but. none to waste." GETS REWARD. FOR NEW YORK, 'March order on tlio Hank oE Montreal entitling the bearer to in railroad bonds was pick- ed up in the street fa the finan- clal district yesterday by Harry Hahii, a 17-year-old clerk. Noting the brokmage firm signature on the prdfer, the youth delivered the paper at Its ofticc. A- rowtrd of two dollars-was given lo hini wllh the advics was an honcs't iad and probably would make his way in the world.'' West Edmonton, thai J. D. McArlhur, b t conilitions. president of -the E. D. and B. C. Rail-j way, be brought to Edmonton tromj Ottawa, and asked to give tho House I details of the pending negotiations for the transfer of his line to the fed- eral government. Mr. Stewart said he did not tee where any good purpose wgttid be served by bringing Mr. Me-. Arthur here now, although he had no objection to fh'e railwayman's appear- ance before the house colncldcntally. The Premier reiterated a slalcmeni that ho has made before, namnly, that If the negotiations for the transfer cf the E.D. and B.C. to the National Rail ways fell through, ho intends before the provincial housp rises to ask for the appropriation of a sum of money to put the railway In order, as soon ths province assumes control. LONDON, Mirch Canadian the discussion: .la, Ihe house ot commons of of- fice vote today, Under-Secretary Anlery eiplalned -.that.-f i ovenwas settlement s'ecUTed effective cojrfperatioivwith-tha Domin- ion governments -In' lion Into- service men easy terms.', itpplieallpas for about had been "made and had. already sailed or we're, atioj[ lo do so. From the-point. 'View'-ot tlie safety'bt the empire, one emi grant into Canada was worih :twenty times as much as one who went into even a friendly country od States. "What ths government airii- ed at was putting, emigration ori Ihe I instrument tor the development lonal resources." The workman .would, not support a. policy; rob- binj hini of his own-.emplorme'nt The iarmer, once be knew the facts- on sides, ibt support a policy for "more-prei carioot" markets at the'United Stales, which might at nny time be closed by 1 'Critical of Third Party t What About Seed H. L. CODY GIVES IN RESIGNATION IN ONTARIO LEGISLATURE TORONTO, Msrch Dr. II. Cody, former minister ot education, and rector ot St. Paul's Anglican 'church, this city, yesterday hsnded to his fellow -member of tho legislature, Hon. George Henry, former minister of agriculture, his resignation as a mem- ber at the-Ontario' legislature for Norlheasl Tbronlo. The resignation was sent forward by Hon. 'Mr. Henry, It is understood, and Dr. Cody did not lake hlS'Seat in the legislature at tho opening session. Is Another Coal Strike Looming Up In OTTAWA, March Can- adian grain for Mi- llers Is to be the subject of a quet-x tlon by W. A, Buchanan, Lelh- bridge, In the house of commons tomorrow. He asks the aniount expended by the government dur- Ing 1918-1930 In the Lethbrldge and Calgary land districts, respec- tively. Another question deals with the government's share of..freight In providing fted for llvestocjt In Southern Alberta during the years mentioned. The next and last question by Mr, Buchanan atks if G. M..Pon- ton, of the Canad.ian trjsde com- mission; has reported on'an-In- dustrial survey o13 the Dominion] and If It It the In- tention to continue this work. aflon of a third political party. creatures of ther'were .unworkable under tiie British constitutional There could be nothing.worse for Can-. adi'lhan the- return to.parliament'of groups, each ha ring their own'.group, interests. i In the the speccli. is discussed, particularly in'Its bmr; ing on the 'general situation1- TXws it mean the return ot minister. to active-politics? Sucli'io' the query commonly heard. But-'or any intentions along such- Thomas give no Indication in hii Mr. Copp Asks Why Sir Thomas was followed Copp, who queried why, if the Union government could sweep the country; il could not take tho opportunity. Sir [Thomas had advised tho government to carry on, but Sir Thomas 11 ad him- self, said Mr. Copp, been eager to ICayti the sinking, ship. During further debate, It. U Rich- ardson, of Springfield, urged tho gov- ernment to take necessary prevent proposed increases In freight and passenger railway rates. Other speakers were C. A.Gauvreau- P. Michaud, Captain McGlbbon anil Captain Manion, the last named urg- scientific tariff between'' the. free trade extremists ot the wesl and the protectionists of the- cast. Captain Manion and Dr. of Regina, both announced they would support the government in tomorrow's vote. ANTI-JEWISH DEMONSTRATIONS CLOSE BUDAPEST UNIVERSITY HUB DEFEAT. Answer to Soviet's Two- FRced Policy fii-o early this morning with on members of the Jury. Mr. Justice Mel- stlrniited loss of fiillv covered by UNIONIST CAUCUS FOR THURSDAY OTTAWA, March, II Is expected that the- Unionist party caucus will bo held on Thursday morning. Official notice to this effect will prob- alily be Issncd today. falfe crdored reinaitiing mem- bers of jury be provided with every facility for entertainment during the adjournment.' In the event of tbe sick juryman be- ing prevented from sitting al further sittings of the court lor tny length of time, or In caM cf bis death, n new jury would have to be sworn In and an entire new trial jiroosedcd with. Any additional nurses or nllendanls provided will liave lo sworn In as bailiffs, court officials el riled this allernooii. Ot-D U. S. SOLDIER DIES --O INDIANAPOLIS. Ind., O.-fr Tho United Mine Workers ot America will refuse lo accent the findings of BALTIMOnK, Md., March Oen. D. N. Brush, U.S.A., retired, who served under Ouster In the Indian wars, and commanded troops in the Spanish-American war. died hero yes- lenlny, ngct! 71. tftf 'PEG .TRIAL ADJOUBNS March Ow- ing to the. Illness ot one of the jurymen, Mr, jtiAltco Mclcalte adjourned tho trial of the seven accused strike leaders until Krlday morning, when court convened this morning. ff ff ff C- 't ff ff 4? ft tho bituminous coal commission unless a. substantial Increase in wages and improved working conditions are pro- vided. H was Inferred in a statement Issued today from headquarters of the organization tint this step would be taken. Officials'of tho mine workers were nbpnNt fnirn Iho dly nml Ihosc In charge of the officers refused to comment on the statement a settlement of the conlro- versy is made on such a basis, the statement fays, the miners will' not feel that justice his been done The bituminous commission was an- pointed! by President Wilson to work out a-suitablc wage scale for tho mln report the result to him (or action, after Ihe miners' slrtke COALITIONIST WINS HORNCASTLE ELECTION BUDAPEST, March demonstrations by Christian students caused the closing .of, the university j __ hero Thursday. The, day '.was regis-i (ration day kncl a. number of, soldiers ThouaKtld Red Soldiers of the Territorial entered the building with the avowed, purpose of preventing Jews from registering. De- siilte'lhe protest of the directors, they occupied the premises nnd wrote scurrilous sentences on the black- WAItKAW. March Polish- (orcos, board. Tho director then closed tlie commanded bv Col. Slkorskl. altackcd rcglstrntlon books, whereupon the, polslicvlk troops In the vicinity of Christian Students' Association (le-j and Kolenkovllz, southeast of ina'irteil his dismissal. The Klate ccm-i Sunday rnornlnf. and merclal college also was closed Ije- iwo imp'orlant railroad juncliotta' (ause tho Christian sluilculs War material. One thousand, ed that Jews lie barred. j Red soldiers and many officers were SIX BURNED IN. prisoner. The attack was made In order to March (By Canadian! Press) The Horncaslla byo election resulted In a victory for Captain S. V.! HOSPITAL KIRB ato. Conlilion-Unlonlst vcrc burned to death and The.polllns Willed follows: f Alderman 8. Patllson, Liberal. 6.727; W. Holmes, Ubor, 3.413, and Captain Hofchklss, Coalition-Unionist, "CANADIAN POLICE BULLETIN" APPEARS BHANTF011D, Ont.. -March Canadian I'ollco Bulletin, issued from the ofdce of'Chief of I'ollco Slemln, of Uranlford, lias Just made its Initial received in a fire which' dfislroyed tho Ohio Knileptic Hospital here early today. FURTHER INFLATING AUSTRIAN. CURRENCY VIENNA, March govern- ment has decided la issue another bil- lion crowns of per cent, treasury notes, tt Is Generally believed that Ihe bulk of these notes soon will ho converted by Hie banks into, crowns, prevent furtficr operations by Ihe'Rus- slan Soviet army which has been crating1 from Mottr and a distance of 20 miles, says an olflclilA statement issued this afternoon al jresftV'; l ilcl'e. 'This says ..the statement, "is a worthy angwfif the Bolshevik policy of milng for and at the samo time continuing nU tacks along the front.'1 PERTH CO. CLERK DIES O.-vi'lj'., Itam Davidson, aged >7; veltran clerk of Perth county, thus nsain Inllating currency, home here yesterday eTeiilhjf ;