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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume III. Lethbridge, Alberta. Friday, March Number 76. EFFORT MADE TO SETTLE STRIKE General Meeting Be ing ions Made T 4' 4- V'. G. A. S. POTTS DIED AT FIELD. B. C. Field, C., March X S. Potts, of Winnipeg, the man whoso suit against the C. P. R. for for settl- ing the machinists' strike, Is causing so much political trouble for Hon. Robt. Rog- ere and Hon. Colin Cam-p- bell, is dead. His body is be- ing .shipped to Victoria for Interrment RUTHERFORD STILL HOLDS ON HON. C.W.CROSSWILL RETURN Hon. W.A. Buchanan Out To Stay To Defend the Judicial With the Insurgents W. R. MOTHERWELL FOR COMMISSION 1 Kegina, March is said on good authority here that the Hon. W. H. Mother- well will be appointed to fbe rail way commission in course of u few days. Mr. Bell, of Kstevan is spoken of as like- ly to succeed Mr. as minister of agriculture for Saskatchewan. TEMPERANCE MEN AFTER McBRlDE NAVAL BILL PASSED BY THE COMMONS Philadelphia, March eC- to find some method by which the'struggle between the Philadelphia Rapid Transit Co. and the .ated Association of Street and Elec- tric Railway employees can he-ended will be made today by the United .Business Men's Association. This body represents torty-Uvo "bus- iness organizations with mem- bers. A committee composed of del- egates from the trade bodies, religious and fraternal societies and other or- J five weeks continuous ganizations will meet this afternoon second reading of thc naval bill tr. fiicr-nsc thr> Kiihiect. The meeting carried in a vote tonight by ll'J to Government Majority Is 41 W. F. McLean S Bolted From the Conservative Party-- Six Months Hoist Defeated Ottawa, March exactly debate the to discuss the subject. The meeting will take thc ground that the general 78, a majority of 41. (Special to The Herald) .uarch Ru- cue, toru is jiKwy to to. carry on tue government. Hoa. y. W. Cross aas co iemni to tue Cabinet ii iiie premier nolas on. i-ion, W. A uuciiuzian is out to stay. Aluiougli stioiig inuueuceti nave been used to miii to wiaiuraw nis resignation, ue uijsoiucely and iius pi :tc- tica.iy ttie insurgent forces. Will Not Defend It Your correspondent saw Air. Bu- aua asked him jf he 4- 4 SENATOR TALBOT MAY BE CALLED UPON 4 BUSINESS OF HOUSE IS AT A STANDSTILL Premier Makes No Announcements Regard- ing Resignations-Stewart's Questions and Railway Board Left Over public has rights in thc present Previous to this it was movcrl by situation and powerful demand willjw. B. Northrup that the second u-ad- be made to end the strike quickly. {ing Of the bill takes place this -by A committee of ten which has the six months; commonly known as the matter in charge is bending all its efforts towards securing recruits from the big industrial plants. Men whose occupation is to supply six-months' hoist, the same division. was defeated on Sir Wilfrid Laur- ier. however, insisted -on the members being put on record on the main the necessities of life arc not being i tion and the same formality was pone interfered with and even those en-j through with the same result. Mr. gaged in assisting to provide amuse- Vcrville voted with the Opposition incnt'ior the citizens and visitors are for the six months hoist and against at their posts. Itflc second reading of the bill. This j The strike situation, so-far as the onlv Jt a Philadelphia Rapid Transit Co is con- votc" Thcre werc of the cerned remains about thc same. The of enthusiasm that made last company continues to slowly increase divisions sucli spectacular cr. the number of cars in operation withicnts- No llltra Io-va1ist his the assistance of men recruited from I VOICC ln to the liope that other cities. !Hls MaJcsty. the Kjhg, might long Edmonton, 'Marcli There is a well defined rumor that the Liberals have asked Senator Talbot, who Is now in Ottawa to be their leader and become premier of Alber- ta. Senator Talbot is the president of the Alberta Lib- eral Association. There were six collisions of trolley cars yesterday in which five persons be spared or even those who consider a division cannot be taken without were more or less seriously injured. NORWEGIAN VESSEL the usual accompaniment of "0 Can- jada" and such ditties sat mute. The galleries were again_wcll filled. LABOR MEN TO PUT MAN IN FIELD v enter a -re-orgunized cabinet. ne replied: "i will not enter any. ad-j, ministration that attempts In any way to defend the Alberta and Great Waterways transaction. 1 supported the Woolf amendment because i" ear- nestly believed it was the best course co lake. 1 believe there should be a judi- cial inquiry into 'the whole matter. 1 am glad to be out of the cabinet and Chatham. Marcli The ice jam at Prairie Siding, near here, went out this af- ternoon without further dam- age. The river is practically Edmonton, Marcli. Ru- therford is expected to resign the ministry tomorrow on the demand of the party and members. Duncan Mar shall, minister of agriculture and P. E. Lessard, minister without portfo- lio, are the only remaining ministers. HOD. W. H. Cushing is expected tn B. C. Legislature Was Prorogued-BilU Killed Victoria, March Lieutenant-Governor Patterson pro- rogued the first session of the twelfth parliament of British Columbia after giving assent to a-large number of bills. This morning's sitting was much in j the nature of a battle. Bill after bill was called for the second read- ing only to be killed. The i Socialist leader had several labor bills on the paper. The government had the whip 1 will exercise my judgment as an dear all the way to London, independent member of the legisla- ture from now on." The dangers that were so threatening are now all over. fate. One bill proposed the extension of the eight hour day now in force in the smelters to all employees -who are brought in contact with smoke, fumes dust or heat arising from smelticgor form a ministry and has already slat- refining operations. The Premier op- ed his cabinet with himself as pre-i posed the bill as likely to drive out mier and Minister of Public Works, capital and lead to closing down of Boyle of Sturgeon, Attorney General; i the smelters. Smith of Camrose, Education, and Dr. Warnock, Pinchcr Greet, Agricul- FOREIGN STEAMSHIP CO.'S .MUST PAY INCOME TAX. Washington, March steamship companies whose vessels ply between American and foreign ports are subject'-to the law impos- jins a ux of one per cent, on the net i incomes of corporations, according to ai: opinion rendered to-day by Attor- ney-Irene nil Wyckersham. ture, Riley of. Gleichcn and MacDou- ''gall of Edmonton without portfolio. A significant feature of the legisla- t0day Was that an important :-'l motion by Mr. Stewart Sedgcwick TEMPERANCE PEOPLE UP The temperance people are up in arms against the possibility of the government having, deceived them, in so framing the liquor, act that it must of 'necessity be disallowed at BURNED AT SEA Victoria, 'March steamer XJaitai of 'the Canadian Australian the Miowera, arrived tonight from Australia with a full compliment of passengers. News was brought that the coal strike which has prevailed for a 197 registered their votes tor or ag- I ainst the building of a Canadian navy. W. F. Me LEAN BOLTS The whole of thc day was consumed 1 in the discussion of the six months' of Mr. Northrup, the speaking! W. Symonds the New- President Of T. and L. Council C0nfirmec! thc Q long time was still on and the steam- n Q. thc Thc _ At thc regular meeting of the Buchanan is With the Insurgents -Edmonton, March a straight vote or want of confidence chis afternoon the insurgents were defeated by ?eventeen to twenty. Buchan- an of Lerhbridge and Mc- Keimy. of Pembina, voted EARTHQUAKE SHOCK IN FRISCO .Ottawa, and. an equally important government i motion of the- Premier's were both li was admitted last evening by Mc- poslponcd until Tuesday next. Bride and Attorney-General Bowser Mr. Stewart's motion assayed' to probability of the get conclusive evidence before the 'Allowance 'of the act because .it House as to thc disposition of the. i ,thl! issue of to sum of which is alleged to he leeway between the sale of A. I Cr. W. Railway bonds at par and at IllO. The liquor license 1899 pro- vided that an applicant must have the signatures 01 at least two.thirds er had to coal at Suva, causing delay. (jf the procccdjngs was tnc holt_ j Trades and Labor Council last night. [4, with fhe insurgents. Five of the strike leaders had been j Qf p jjacLcan'f to thc accom-' il was dccidwl' lo PIacc a candidate J sentenced to imprisonment for 121 i in- the field in case there is a general' paniment of Liberal cheers. Jn a characteristic speech Mr. Mac-1 Provincial The matter SLASHING months. J ii (i. CH- I V. ine i remier anu aut A v Qnc one-halt to four seconds'. T i it nprfpptlv fair Chris Heiz made an ugly wound in j k [elfc f th no longer necessary. In reply the i Mineral it is, penect v fair ,e neck of a man named Charles Ry-! not ovtend'Premicr Said hc would likc to SratifV -assume that the government knew I OU.I1 Jjlllb .'VulhUU nilt IIU u C-VLLIIU ,T. i i oil omncr rTnT ir e "niiTTiTifr n. from Boissevain. th f Francisco dam '-his curiosity bllt hc no aiong tnat it was putting .legisla- I- wis the of a quarrel on P ranc'sco' No aara ncation from the Lieutenant-Governor i Uon the statute hook which would j it was ine 01 a e reported.. In San Francisco disallowed if nrecedents ire jthe street Ryan fell unconscious nrnuspd Injand until then he had nothing to U hdd re hear asked Suvm- iTMDim I 111 rtlll uniniu jjrid Lauricr that tlic naval bill be i read a second time. Thc gist of Mr. jNorthrup's remarks was that it did not lie within the rights of the Do- j minion Parliament to pass the bill in the form proposed and it would be ultra vires of the Imperial Parlia- Iment. ic thf-ir tiTf as ineir representative! Appropriations Exhausted and i thc of the New No Estimates Are Passed Edmonton, March salaries 1 uiu L-aijiiivL in iu jJrta.'j icy- have been'paid for two months m the; crwting scparatc and indc_ departments of public works and tcl- pcndont navy Mr xorthnip asked i-phoncs, in the provincial ?remicr to gct an opinion of thc and thc officials and employees are; Supremr Court hefore proccedinK people were generally aroused. In! the sidewalk. The assailant has tclegraph victually every j n ut uj. M. -i.. i i j Hen net t intrv thp cnnneU Pparnot caPturetl- operator left his kev. i This caused i x into tne council, fcacociv, r The Premicr replied that he did not ;a report to come from Portland thati, _ o .know what the Lieut.-Govemor was isome 01 the San Francisco wires had i. igoinc; to do and Bennett reminded i ibceri interrupted. I i Hum that T -lie governor always acts on j In two San Francisco thc o[ first ministcr of thn I where act was closing scores crovn ami doos what he says. j of spectators jumped to their feet. In I Thp jncjficnt cioscd by Bennett say- I jone house there was a decided would rcscrVc what he 1 on the council. SUCCESSOR TO ALUDS i Albany. March H. Cobb.i of Watertown. will Jothnm P. N GEN. 5UPT. PRICE AND W. G. HUNT jlrol of the governor-in-council an at- j York" senaie. Cobb was named tempt was marie to override thc choice of the majority at a con-j jrogaiivc of the king as for centuries fference of Republicans which began t the supreme commander of the navy i shortly after eight o'clock last night j ihas been vested in the sovereign, Iand d'd not enci til1 an early hour The British Parliamcnt, has passed this morning. t ino statute limiting the control it would not he within the power of iment from, the galleries towards the had to say for another day. Thc first of parliamcnt: pass lcg. clamoring at the 'doors of the treas-j thc ury demanding their monthly wage. This' is due to thc fact that thc ap- propriations to these departments for salaries have beer, exhausted, and it the six months' SKCOXDKD HV STAPLER This was seconded in able shape by NEW ENGLAND PAPER MILLS ALSO IN TROUBLE. Be-Hows .Falls. Vt., March tabor troubles of the International j Psper Co. in New York statee spread Fined-Sixteen Fined For Carrying Matches (Special to the Herald) j March Mohuk and i exits but it was promptly stopped by hill to receive a third reading and be i i policemen. j entitled to a place on the" statute' j The shock was particularly severe book was lhat respecting, the incor- jon a line running north from Mont- poration of thc Edmonton Salvation 'crcy through Watsonvilie, Santa Crux, Army, land San Jose and it was also felt Several bills received a first and Will Speak At the Y.M.C.A. Banquet On Monday Evening in Santa Rosa. BUILDING PERMITS second reading. The business on or-J idcrpaper for committee of thc whole the incorporation of three social legislation on thc gen- Word was received from Mr. A. uo. in Aew !ore sta M spreaa M at The C. P. K. have taken out a build- ,o tMs bcforc pernm for yar, vaUieo i T, j xt. t i general superintendent western clubs. The Premier reported that _, _ _, _ division 01 the C.p.R. and Mr. W. 1 nrnmtsi'fl t inn nn ihrw G. Hunt, president of thc Calgary .Y. will he impossible to pay the salar-'W. B. StaPlp.s, of MacDonaW. who ics until supplementary estimates have been passed by 'the legislature. Sir Wlfnri at; This is not, likely to be for tome weeks yet. Premier Rutherford is actinc minister of public works until thc appointment of a ministcr to the vacancy. He will surely prepare sup to 1hc Scncral disposition the spe- conferences to remain alooi from other colonies and rio noihing for defence. W. F. SPEECH W. F. McLean of South York, said the 450 employees of the Bellows I Foils mills of the corporation walk- ed out. The local paper makers' iin- J. S. T. Alexander with the mine regulations act by Tiie C. P. H. liquor clause was not yet prepared. taken out a build- e iu thev be held over as i M.C.A., accepting an invitation to be the guests oi thc Y.M.C.A. caa- ioii declared that the grievances of the New York men are those of the Xew England men. only Qnc olhcr b-u rcmined for con- RETAILER DEALERS HAVE ORGANIZED storing powder in the mine. Both jing permit for their new telegraph sifjcra1ion. The House adjourned un- nien pleaded guilty and were fined :and cable office valued at tomorrow at 3 o'clock and costs. They were severe-: K has taken out a per-: _____-_________ ly lectured by the Magistrate anrtimir (WO on Wallwork; WAREHOUSES UNDER SUPER- warncd that a repetition of so ser- ,n a COPt of each. VISION OF HEALTH OFFICER ions an ofienre would be punishable to the full extent of thc law. Only a few days ago, sixteen men. A. C. Str-venson, I-uigi Ventura, N. Desiopnn, M. Callahan, John Applon. Peter Kllis, J. Cisson, M. Pictro, D. Dopino, John Cummings, Phillip Het.ram Hanson, Pete Mihol- Albany. X. y.. March paign committee on Monday, March Mth at a bamyuet at the Alexandra Hotel. Thc banquet will be, held at 8.30 and every man interested in the Y. M. C. A. project should attend. There will be no appeal for funds on this occasion and the plates will be in .1 bill fniroduccd in tflie plcmcntary estimates for salaries but'that he did not approve of the six thc legislature are in no mooa to months' hoist, nor yet of the propo- i vote these until all details in coancc- sals to consult the people before com-i tion with the various matters have, ine; to a decision. Hc believed in the! At a meeting of a number of the jmik, John Sohridge, W. Pinkcrton, been settled to their satisfaction. responsibility of parliamcnt. The retail merchants of the city last night amj Slevo Mak, miners working here eivil servants will have to trait for; responsibility of parliament, for the the organization took place of the nmj at Michel were before the same their money. j defence of the empire had never been Retailer's Protective Association, 'court charged with having matches in in practice, in thc defence, The following .officers were elected: hhcir possession, to the reg- ft ncw and A number of provincial civil scrv-' of thc empire. The foundation of na-j President, U. Rylands. illations, and were fined and ants in this city have not received tional greatness, Mr. McLean wont j Vice-President, J. Tnrpm. costs each. their pay while others have, accord- on, depended on sea power. The' Secretory-Treasurer, 'G. Bradbcer. It is hoped that these fines and ing presumably to the department of French Canadians he was persuaded' Committee, Messrs. Robibson, of careful wntehinp by the fire bosses; storage warehouses are placed under FOR assembly today. All food must be NFW witl1 the date llLiTl vllUlVvll storage begrvn and snail not be! each' Thc speakers arc the supervision of the state board mcn hllt lhc? arc willing to COII1C Io help Y-M-C-A- Carted. The programme bC and tlle addrCSSCS C of fifty-five workers kept longer six months except! special permission of the board At the vestry meeting of St. A us-; to whie.i nuurterly reports must ustin's last nigrh: it was resolved the present needs of the parish re- that tlic present church property of -seven lots ru the corner of Ford and Hurdett be placed on the market for HOLDING TROOPS IN READINESS Albany. .March Hu- for tea at thc Alexandra evening at 6.15.. It is hop- ed that every man on this committee twill be present as this is the last meeting of organization before the campaign opens on Tuesday next. Ev- erybody says the Y.M.C.A. is a good tiling ;ind the iteed of it is realized the service they are in. TABER .MAN GOT wore behind the bill, because they I were descendants of the sea-faring peo 'pie who founded Canada... THREE MONTHS i Japan had developed her sea power, Rohinson L. H. Fowler, -will put a stop to such dangerous A. Desseith, R. Sage and A. E. Eas- practices. by most everyone, but work and sub- r is keeping in close touch with scriptions will speak louder than -I the situation at Corinth and tho .M Thnir ora ton. the- sum of It wrjs also re .solved that the new where employees of the slull have a seating capacity of eight; na'ionnl Paper Co. nre on strike. The'committee was instructed to'mors come from Edmonton; the ru A. Grey cr Gre'rg, of Tsber, was in consequence, was able to tell the