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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TWELVE PAGES idge, Alberta. Siifeirduy, 10, CENTS Number .127 Mayor Hardie Board ol Trade Delegation Will be Cordially Welcomed 2. Mallei s uresentfiil liy ten spec- ial llonnl of Trade, committee.. 2. UconGpt niirt the ItccnKo bylaw. 3. Industrial nKont'H contract. I. Othor mailers, Including tho C T. n. tub war njcrevmanc, and Josepli Abovo IB ihe, till of fore sot down Tor tho fijiuclut liiec'.lng at tho city council. It promises to bo a ra- ther ivarm meeting, CousJilornulu tv.ls manifest ed by 1 Inrdlo- aim mouiliDrs of the council the oliicr flay when com- oiluco from (he Hoard of Trmle wait- ed on sorno of HID civic officials ask- ing the privilege of mcttlng ihi! council at a special meeting on -Mun- daj- .iftenifion. Thoy liavo two mat- ters particularly which limy ivlsli Iu discuss with Ihi! council: (ho police depnitn-.ont, and street railway de- lurliiKiil. us they affect the. la.sntlou fc-r the year. After n BlMjcinl meeting of this Ho.inl of Trade. Ifipl. evening a number of those prc-ir-m iraitvil ov- iv. and In a long dissuasion of civic nailers made iionio vory pointed crit- icisms ot (ho wny some, of the ils wero managed. So far tho !lc-.nld cuild learn they want tho police don.irtiiient expense cut ihiuT. by cutting O'OB-II tho number of I'olice: they chliu that the city it not doing nearly so much work as 1'iet .soar, therefore, the secretary- ircasui-er's dejuii-t.-npnl, Ihc assess- ment department, nml tlie engin- n-'r's department staffs should he thopneil 111 two, and they nvo not Eat. istitul tli.u the street railway is bc-lns urn tu tlm best advantage. "Wo will hear Ihe committee on Monday full the. Muyor, this morning, "and will be pleated to learn wherein are AS for tlio police. If is nay pbca where tlio city ia ovor-policed. It IB in tfio business section. If the business iJien say lliey wfcii men (nken off these wo will romovo three men, "As for (ho ussrpsor'B department inev have more- ivorlr on iinnd than rvcr before. So has the secretary- STREET CAR STRIKE I'orC Arlliur, pu-pot nit stiiKo, and lied, up liKhl. .May The. mployees are, everything Is Ttio company v. Ill fight anil Bay cars will not rim on Brilliant Gathering at Banquet Tendered Peace Delegates in New York York, -Vny The banquet BY APPLYING THE Several Cases of General In- terest on Not Yet Entered BRICK PLANT FOR TABER :endei-ed tliu 1'eace gatli- criiiL; here io i-elebrate tlie centenary of tile signing Hie Treaty of G hen a brilliant afi'iiir, no'.abk y a glowing ncnlion by Jryan. the jicprlpss oratot ui the Un ivljosc hc.'illl fnctory for a long titue, win go co Cu imda iindor the care a pliyMcian ai the end of thia niouUt. ny oC tba depart. munigctl. "Tliu city department inipht lie reduced a little, and that will be IcoJunl iijtci. "The street, railu-uy dcimrttuont is oiin br.-mch of the city's which might lio iniproveit. liowover, I jjave gone carefully Into all tlio phnfica of tho nianautmcnt, and r fall io seo where any change could bo made. Tim cars comjiellcd io to EOIL Pnvk, Thnt may look like wane, bin on InrcsUgiittort. J hnvo found ihat nny cbango would -lot briiip the city more Ihnu por duy, hardly worth boiliprlng about." 'J'Jio Horvild uftdersliiiK-la ihat (he conuuUtec tluos not rt'prcsent UK- feol- Ing ct ttio Ilonri] 113 Tho enthusiastic sinking of "Am erica" ami "God Save the King' was one of the features ol ihe even ng. Flags of Britain, the Un ted Canada, Australia ani Belgium ulicro the Treaty ot Olien vas signed in 1814, decorated the banquet hall. Joseph 11. Choato, former amhas laifor to. Grciil Hrilain, acted u- IODSI maslcr. Al his lelt sat the Irltieh tiuiliassailor Sir Arthur Ceci .prhig-Hicc, and on His right, II. aba, the Brazilian (imbussador Dean of Ihc diplomatic: "corps, Anihas KHtlor. the iLieinbers of the for night V, S. Senators judges from "ficVfi-fli stales, nnd tlia Rovernotfi of two stales were inter sjiorsed at the speaker's table. Tht Senator AWcn Smith, Michigan 0. Outerhtidge, ol (tov. Eburhart, ol .Minnesota; Hear Admiral Aaron Ward, Alton B. Andrew Car negtc. Win. [.ooh, Kurl fit-anhopc. f5ic Herbert KsUce Alaiu-ell, Senator Kaoul Danilurand, Montreal HOD Arthur L. tJifton, Premier of Alber- la Conrlnpay Dennett, Ik. Coiisul-Gc-jiej-jil at Mew York ,J. James B. Preston, maync ot Bnlti- niore Nicholas Murray Battler Meyer. While and Von. 'L. Tho secretary of slate said in part: 'We Imvft tdree i-reat lorces at work .hronghoul the world, forces that woik uunsUully and irresistibly and every one of thebc foitcs make [or pertcc. I (irJng (hefti Ijeiore Brovvinj; itttelligenco and increasing understanding .nl tlie doctrine ol hrxitlifrhciacl. Tin's nsition must hp willing to oxtend its hnntl uf all those who como from any direction in the intercut of peace. nation sbalj outstrip us m ils advocacy of An Vnhreakablc Pnci t.'artlintiJ G'UilicuiK in a letter cx- jirossing his rpyrrt that bo was Un- ftblc to he present, said "Let Uriitanta and Cohmibia join iwmls ;ierosv ihe Atlantic, their oui- alrelclicil aims will form a pencn pact which will Inst forever..1' Lord UVardalc pnfd tviiiufc to the eloquence of -Mr. at tlio contirjiiancc penco lict-wecn BngHsIi-speaking peoples. Sir Kdiinmd H'.iltcr, speaking on and amity ifi.it a-id expresseil thp conviclinti that ttm hundred years jiJat p.iRfied will bf roferrcd io in Die, future as "ilut first of MIC of tlitrty-tvo inon I lllc- liuitnl SlsUos and thi Tj-lio mot fn Quebec in lalil SIR CHARLES TOPPER. HAS CLIMATE THAT MAKES MEN OF NORTH BORN TO RULE ycstcviiay with a reures'ojiui- live of UK- Chi-onlcio aiioiii life- he- loveil Cnnfida. Sir Chnrlcn Is now COAL MINERS WERE BEATEN Brtthen, Germany, -May strike- of fJO.OOO coal in this district which bewail on April 21 hua been t'alleil off by tho mean's trades unloi; owing to (he liopelessnesa of ai- talnins aurccss. Plant of Chatham Planet Destroycd-Foreman and Operator Missing Cliathatn- Ont-. May men wnre hiiL-nctl to death vatid three others Ji.-td very harrow escapes wlieit the Chatham 1'luneL OiTicc com- pletely destroyed iiy iiie between- 9 id 12 o'clock last night. Alex Mc- iorcmai) of tlic composing room, and Hoheit a Linotype operator, not hcen seen since !lie lire disrnre-rcd, and (here is it lie dcmbt hut that they were burn- ed tn death-, Charles Uicklin and II. 'Yomo, [iressmcii, and Arthur Car- tier, Linolyrc onerniur, hod narrow but iiiannged lo get nut of lie 'ftie office and plait t vcrn coniplffcly with a uss of insuinnce .The fiiiiies lirokc out hi the'-stock rcxmi ;tl .1 o'clock, shooting up tlic elevator shaft, the firr spread to the 'Oinposmg anil pi-ess menus. The five ncii were wcirbing together in the 'oom and Lad in ma for (nnctnws t is thought that HcDougall and tirclt were oven-unin hy the heavy mofce from tlio ink iieforc reaching he and fell Jjack into Uie atnos. flames werr not under rtmtrol nul after 'Die I'lnnet e puhlislieii from the N'c.u-s Oilicc mil the IniildLng can he rebuilt. SIR WILFRID L'AURIER: "WITHOUT PARLIAMENTARY CONTROL OF EXPENDITURE THE BJLL WILL BE. DEVOID OF ALL PRECAUTIONS WHICH HAVE BEEN INSERTED IN LEGISLATION IN THE PAST." LINE WITH LIVE IN- DUSTRIAL COMMISSIONER TO BOOST TOWN Taber, May for the engagement of an fifdiisiri.il commis- sioner for Tnbor, have lx eatrletl on by the board of trade for the pus I fow will coiicludu this week. Several have apiwarrd before Tfi'o hoard, but havu not nilcd the bill, ac- cording to the needs of ttin board. This W. A. from Sjio- kunc1, will in town, and it is expected that a contract will bo mndo with him. At the regular tr.cclinff of the board last Frfday night, the of rotarj' Barton was (o SuD per month. linrton been nidpfat- Ifiuabie in tlic which has re- quired more lime limn lie can well afford to fron: Ills work. Robert -lliri'h is a brother of Mjss lircl, of the tcaehinR staff of JcctwooJ school. the l.'ulcss the fur (lie drfenil ants move hi It'.u meujiiime the two scnsaticnirt! caF-rs ot the Sir jirorne Court (Joukct Siavo lie-u Inoked forward tn morn than ordinary inicrest, will not he heard next week. Supreme Court sits with tui-nr-il Jiisiko IVaksIi jiresiiliiig next trip to MmrioAiioKs" TAbpr, 10.--A brick planif which will be the laigeat prces hrlcli in tho wofil, ta to IIP iimtuUcd at Taller by tbe Canada U e's) L'o.'fJ i'u, tiiiti aumnier. Work will he stalled hi two weeks. i-niKicity or the plant, will bo Tills H tho Jnformntlon given out by John H. Howard, who ro orniug from a hnrricil whora he was of tho day, hut lo dale neither ease ol eallcd hy Uie milllonahe Gillcspie vs. Hatch, Kgan anil Silli- i Minoa, to make ar- ker, nor that of C. Van Uemert, vs Dr. P. Tul clu ii GiiU'siiic main ler, liave IJGPU sol iU'siiic CLISC was the nfiec- (lip, police investigation last summer in wliiclj Jos. Gilk-sjHe, c.v- rJiici of in entered a writ against- uli, and autl fc'illihcr, of llic old police claiming DUO drunagos tor alleged iaLsc mistepicscnlrtlitm ilur- invefitigalinn which rusiifU'U in Iiis ifismisiiaJ. Tlie case of Vnn llnncrt vs. Tiillrr claiming damages for tion of his wife's afTec-tionSf is a re- cent ot'cuucnce and ivcJl known. It- is understood nn effort was liy tlie plaintifi's cnnnsrl to have ibis cnse set- for licarint; at tlie assizes, hut he was unsutcpss- ful, s lauding the tasc over until nev[ fall. t TJio iJockt-U, lionciRr, he ,-i itKRi- smtl much more inipuvtciiiL mw. than that he.ird tinting Hie criiniiial e of vcefcs TJierp will be one jury case, HirU vs C. P. H-, in the plaintiH is su- SlO.jlOO flnmr.sr.-; for loss ol 'an TRANSFERKED TO K AM LOOPS Fernio, May S. Corbati, tho ncL-o'.intasil Jn ihpi O-'madinn Ji.tnk of Commerce, has been trana- tn Kauilocps. atid will t? as aiiccost-or Granum Mother Asks Mounted Police to Help Find Her Boy Were Many Divisions at Early Hour Government Majority Being Only 3 2 LIVELY ROW Apparent Attempt to Override Liberal Who Had Floor Before ihe Premier (W. A. Oltan-n, May at 2 o'clock (his iiniiitsi opposition eric's "now for the uriuj on your the voting in corumitlte nn the various Vlausri ot tho naval hill cmnmccxcil. The liehale waa closcri hy. K. M, MricUoiiald, of Pictou, and (luring Uie last Svo ininutr-s of Ms speech there was some disturbance. -Vt'1.55 C'liaiiNjan HJondin rose ami said that lie had spoWn twenty min- utes. .Mi. MacUoiiiilil draied Ihia, Ha that he rose at l.tO and waa eutilieJ to speak until ty-o o'clock. Amiitst cries oE "time" trom tho Conservatives and "lake your medi- cine" Iroln the "Liberals, .Mr. Mac- Dnnalil spoke with great fervor, un- til the hands ol the cloci pointed tu 2 o'clock. hr. ant [lown he was cbrcred hy the Liberals ivhn commenced U submitted, the court of reviGlnn on the assesa- j tnent would have to Fit. This would Walsh, Slmrl, delay the introduction of the bylaw until atlcr .May 2H. so that 11 would -inc Hoss A- ami liilchic Stewart vs. Hnnl-r, Campbell and ij. Wail. Tonp vs. linnfuril, Kcnimis and A: Cn: Andrews vs.'s. H. Kanllmver, ct. al.. -Shepherd k S. Wm. Hrail C'o. vs. j rfrs-nn be (he ni.'ddlo of Juno before voting conhl lake placi'. U'.lt during the week Secretary. Treasurer Hobinson tins been delving Into financial mysteries and ho has city has oa Us lL' assessment. Un- nneartlici! credit wlilch Ih'e r [lie pconlo'a shnre of Win. I lend l.'o. vs. Weinman, ct. al., Slicjilicrr) ami Hoss C'o. Koor.ey Cardsloa Mercanlile Co., IV. S.. B.ill-SJ.ri.l-rd A llunlnp ami Jnlinstoac C'oavhcaro Co.-W. It siiovvn In the auditor's rejwrt gives ahouiu DO reported. Ttie voting ilion proooMlci) on iho oclicr clauses nt tlie hill. Clauses three, four and five (0 enrli c! winch the German amendment Clause tlitce unrndnienj rojeotird 61-Oti clause-carried 05-61; i-laiise aincnilinent rejected e.inierl SS.6H clause fives aiuenilmciit rejected CJ-37 clauso carried 36-B1. SubsBiuor.; la chc- adoption of bis or tho bill, after Ilie ECTICB ot dl- visions, a arose ,n H vlSar tlio bill beln- reporled d-o'm tie ralttse with the Liberals remaining in tieli- scats, wid-the adiournmcnt o( tlw house after a healed Jntercilimeo between various Liberals and Spoalcer Tho tro'.ible. occurred In this way: rrfmlar Borden aroso to rnovs that bill Le reporlod. Mr. tarroH. of South Caji Broton also slootl up (o propose an atnendreenl, the effect of which t-i, ma. for tho pror-oscd ships bo icso. far SB possible, purchased in Canada. Mr. Borrfen'B attention having been illod lo tho fact that ,Mr. Cnrrollwas on his feet, Ihe Premier took his icai Arthur .Meit-lit-n ImmeiHiitely nit far sonin limo conH not Himself heard in tbe disorder that ensued. Ifo finally slated that he ro-o to a Mint of order, contending that ,Mr was of order, because the. .'rernltr had caught tlie eye or tho chairman first, and (hat tha motion, hul tho committee's report be roceir. ed, had been put. Premier Uprden said It was tvell un. ijcrsteod yesterday that, the bill vas o he reported at Wo o'clock. He ei plained this to the committee, and thought ho was well understood, in view-of this ho thought tlmt the bill apjiroxlinalHy on which tho city may horrow without iva.'ting for tho nesv assessment. Tho svay has therefore been 'paved for the Introduction of the iiuftway law next week, and Its submission just an BOOH as it can he legally ad- vertised. J. W. DAFOE'S MOTHER DEAD ilr Wllrrld Ijiurler rose. "This ii ho said, "a question of what should or should not bava bnpn dona yesterday, or during this evening. riuestlon is has ijio member tbe right under tlie rules to move his amend- ment nowV j Mr. Pueiley then got the floor amid perfect roar of '-order" from the benches, and ivfls naird to Bay r'the neR1 rules are degrading s ae egang Winnipeg, May S. -Karly (his morn- ami dinhonoring Parliament." Ing thn death occurej at SOS Siwn- Ho Tins follon-ed by Sfr. Boivin, of cer Street of Mary Klcome. thi- wife j Sheffoi-d, who s.innl almost flflepp. of C. D.ifoe. in her 73rd year. I nitnutpii in imalisis of'ilie nun She lenvca several children, .1. W. rules lo prove that Mr. Carroll !md a Dafoe, riiltor of tlie Fret) Ing a BOII. be- right to more hjK amendment. on page ;