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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. AGES Lethbridee, Alberta. Tuesday, -May 13, 1'JIS CENTS Tut EMPIRE. WHICH oor.s LIGHT." Shool-Holcs-in-tiie-Flag Blon- din is Under Fite at Ottawa Ollawa, Ont May JJ.-Thc house B! commons spent this inorniufi dis- a molioa cer.viring Deputy lilondm, oi -Ahich notice Riven btlote the adjournment las! nij-ht hy E. M. M.icdwald, mem- lor 1'ictou. The basis for IM V.otion Mr Macdonald lound in MAY DO WHEAT DID MOT REACH LETHBRIDCE DISTRICT Winnipeg. -Man. May a jftbicome du> or two of almost Votion Mr Macoua oun ,n tic Uusc early Satut- Uer wolher the thermometer drOR- in connection with Hie I pod with startling suildcnesB scn.e l.iial cpnsidi'Uliwi t[ r.aval bL" I went} degrees In an hoar jcslcrday i'n cnmrailtcc. Mr. Maulonald ihaiR- [aitc-inoon, and sli degrees of frosl til tliat Hie deputy speaker hid ,ecordcd al nisbt. This cool rl in an unciiBsliinliotial in dealing with an amendment to tl.c Ie general all over tho dealing wilh an ameiitmieiii i" jirairie west, as much as etovtn .icd l.ill moved by Mr. Carroll, ol I'W' degrees belli? recorded at Jlrcton, alter Ihc tegular clauses had to check too rapid growth, and for the Jloose ol Commons in which lie said that a speaker should te- a man ot urict jusuir, and impartial integ- rity romn.on sense anil gentlemanly manner. A deputy speaker, Mr. Mac- ll'.p.ald said, possesses the same nual- ities ar.d it lie did not possess them Hu up to them in presiding ov- er the proceedings ot parliament Hie result would be to tlie delib- erations of parliament the COUTI- try. Mr. Macdor.aM then charged Mr. Tilondh with a l.ick of good LONDON DAILY EXPRESS MAKE faith. Mr. Macdonald then charged Mr. lllondin with a lack of food faith. IlB qao'.cd from Hansard to tint when Mr. Carroll liail en- deavoured to put his amendment ear- lier in the, day the deputy had suggested that he defer it until clause siv, the last clause of the hill, had brcn dispensed wilh. Then when lie dirt mote a new clause he received treatment not in nccordnnce Kith the jiromisc made to. him cy flic deputy speaker. Mr., 'MeiEhcn, gotcrnnieil authority on sucli matters, had cliii- Carroll's right to moie "amendment, said Mr. M'fdonald, DAY" TEXT FOR SOME PUNGENT RE MARKS IBB HO OF FOUL WILL RESIGN CLEAHWATER SEAT EVEN IF COURTS DECLARE HIM ELECTED THEV PERSIST WITH Tim CONTRIBUTION TO SAVE. THEIR DDT MV OPlrflCN CF THE. FflCES OF THE. PRESENT- CflBINET 15 THAT TtlEV ,ARE. NOT WORTH ANVTHING T Edn.oaio.i. May l he is tired o! ihe-repealed of dishonesty and nnlpractlce in j nectlon with the tkcuoni contest. H. W. MiKenr.ey. the ber-dtct. lie will reskn his! seat, cicn if tl.e co-aits decide that hoi is properly olecteil. j 'So far as 1 am canceled." h-. said, "I may say ihai 1 stood for a election. I wo-ild nol co ancc the tightest suspicion of dishou- tily for a moment. There wore no Ir- regularities ciiner on the pan of H.V- or my ageols. so fir as I am 1 wanted to win. but I wanted (o fin honestly, and I no-ild nol a seat uudsr any other condi- IJl: a no'.or.ous liii di-Hi SheriK ull a of on. MoliUTi.i, an Awful Tragedy at Burning of Knox Church in Stratford Ontario 'lie. OL tnc Mounted at arrested t uho is eUFpcueJ lo horse-thief, and aus- sent out b) if .MenidUd. 'I be iniui, r.ot is wauled ho-sy stealing at Uc-v- d was arrested by at tl.e whKo make Medicine Hat. Memo. Presented by the Business Men to Council DR. MICHAEL CLARKE-Thc Fighting Liberal who Spoke at Recent Monster Political Meeting in Toronto Outline Where They Thought Econimies Could Possibly be Effected Will Take All Month to Dispose of Big Docket London. May 13. ially tp the celebralion of "Mother's Day." tho DailjtEiiirees sijs "In still beMere that the Tucks tbe cradle rides Ihe world. In this' old cojntry fanlasiic notion Is noisily discredited. Here Roman's based on verj dlfforent grounds. Equalltj', not ir.a- tsrnity, is the nen- woman's ideal. The li'V amendment, salfl .Mr. .vyfconam, tfcrnity, is the ness- woman s meal, ine and ihe prime minister likewise jlnie absorbs the home. Chivalry on corxcded it nhen ho said tMt 3ir. j o[ tbe man Is counted not as Carroll coiilil raove his if the opposition u-ould _... (i'Scussion r'n the bill that night. LI. paTt o[ tbe man Is counted not as lidment .irlue, Dlll aa a niark of woman's age- the ong servitude. The suffragette Premier Bordcn interrupted to say il-at this was nol accur? What lie liad said was thai he wjiild be pre- pared to withdraw his ..own. motion upon lhat Mr. Macdonald lhat what the premier was doing was to take ad- vantage of an improper ruling by Ihe chairman, oiie. ol his supporters, lo ofier a bargain by which the lights oi Mr. Carroll, aiid ll.e. opposition he abridged. The Premier had practically said, "Promise not to talk lor two dais, ar.d we'll let you the amendment Ti.c chairman of the coinmitlrc paid ths rr.emljcc lor 1'ictou had dis- regarded the rules ol the house, had w ted as a partisan and had broken fiith with the house. O.Iicial Apologlht Mr Meighcn. ,ot Portage, replied, lie said it came witli ill grace Ironi members like Mr. Mucdonald, Mr. PiigsTey and Mr. to com- plain ol the chairman in view of their characteristic attitude towards the Vic-siding ofliccr He said that the. chairman has no power to say lhat al such a lime Ve will hear a mcm- her. lie is nol like a judge in a courl room, but is mrreU an arbitrator. 11 was patent, hs said that the nicm- ter for Cape Brelon could have mov cil liia amendment when the discus closed on the second (.lausc o ll.c bill. Mr. Mcijlicn said that Mr. Car roll did not really want lo 'novc on ninemlincnl lie was only InoMr.i f'ir a grievance. I'rcmier llordcn hai -told him 'that he could r.ot move i niter Ihe closure use fell at In o'clock, on (he third reading, "i am goir.g said Mr. Carrol! "Thru uhcre iz your Bali! Ihc mprnlifr for I'orlagc I. J'rairie Sir Wilfriil I.aurier, Mr. Mcighe nations, raid, had nf.recd lhat the a'-c should fall at two o'clort, h'H alter that tli.-.r the opposition (tied lo hold it up for .several hotiri 'Not 'should' hut Inter- Jerldi Sir Wilfrid Lavrhr. Mr.' Melehtn contended that the ihairman co.ild not recognize a prl- member wiien the of the House Mses (o speak. As for Mr. 1'ngsley's molion lhat the chairman man. in fact, will not ho sallsded un- H ahe has oulllcrattd all tra.cea of man's deffrenco, and trampled out the marks where the Idol was over- turned. But in the Ibe woman must return to malemily, or tho race of mankind muH cease, and man can- r.o; persuaded by all these foul means In the world to desert his old allegiance." Justice Walsh Faces One of the Longest Civil Lisls Ever Entered Here SON OF C.P.R. FOREMAN AT STIRLING HAD HIS LEG CAUGHT IN WHEEL The loilowing is the memo jircsenl- ed lo the cily council yesterday hy a delegation oi busings men The Mavor and Council, City ol I.cthbtHgc a meet- ing o't business men held recently, we were appointed a committee lo pre- sent to jour honorable hody a lew suggeslioiis whereby the currcnl ev- pcnses oE the ciU might he materi- ally reduced. It is considered adus- Mc. a'nd by so doing, help to reduce he notes n-.CKh.mts are now -Stratford. Or.t May 13 -Putins a lire completely gulled KLOI 1'iesbUtrian church in this cilv ear- h tliu 1'oliic -I. Police Constable Mathew lUiiiillcn, and Fire Chief Ilujh ll'jr- km were instantly killed when tl.e crashed icom a heiijlit o! lt.0 feet, catching the furtui.jle men leline they could reacli iafetv. The> were crusted hfseslh t'ucs ol bricl, stone, timber and met- al well- iilmh (uimed the spiio of the chutili Donne, an electrical siorm one sharp flash struck thf a-j..'it halfway up and set it 01 fire Lacking aerial trucks. _ the f.ieiiieu uetr lie'.plrsi and the fire ata its through the tower till the whole rotd was ablaze, ('hie! DJltin fl.e lop u[ a ladder burning anil tailed on llaniilton acd McCar- thy to move II. just then the tower toppleii and [ell and MiCartli) and ll.imillon instantly WIW, while Duikin died or. the way to the hos- pital Ifcr loss bt Bhout with insurance. CITY CAR COMPANIES WILL ATTEMPT TO PUT OH COMPLETE SERVICE JUDGE JACKSON IN FIRST COURT Furl William. Ont., May Kort Arthur Street, railway stalled service at 9 o'clock the sirall sc.ile wi'h only three cars [in operation on the main liuts. The While placing around one ol tlie sand wagons at Slirling jeslerday tho little six-) ear-old son ot the sec- lion foreman ot the U. I'. R. there, John his leg broken, and Is now lying in the Gait hospital. Tl.c litlle fellow- standing on one or the wheels when the horses start- ed. His foot tUpped between the spokes ar.d before the horses could e stopped the leg was broken e was brought to the city on tho venins train and !s In care or the ompany Dr. CamulielL A. MAGRATK CORRECTS WRONG IMPRESSION AS TO PEACE DELEGATION MEETING May his Intro duclory remarks Senator .Ilool wh at the pc-noe banquet lo u.fchl said that this peace of a hun deed years should he Ihe occasion to 5 celebration as the world ha never seen. Lord Weardale. head of the Urilis .Mr-gallon, replied on behalf of h1 counlrymep and country, as also dl tho new llrltls'.i ambassador, S Arthur .Cecil Sprlns-llicc Tht-s wero lollowed by tntlie of Australia, the Municipality of Ghent, and Newfoundland. In the coume of his remarks Chas. A. Mapralhj delegate from Canada sild it wan not the purpose of confer- ences Just closed In York some had supposed, tu b'ms about an alliance, holh offensive and defensive helw-een the srcat English speaking SONS OF ENGLAND TO BE HON- ORED WITH VISIT FROM TOP-NOTCH OFFICIALS There was'only one caw ol any great local-interest'on the Supreme Court docket this n.orning when ihe In n-akiug these court opened wilh Justice Walsh pre- siding, that of Minklcr is. the Cits of Lethbridge, in which the plaintiff s suing the cily (or damages amount ng to J3.000 arism- out auto- mobile accident ID which the late Mr Murray lost his life, the machine plunging over ILe tinbanVment on th Macleod trail hilt, just at. the cil limits. Owing lo tie inability, how eier, of one of the parlies to th case to secure material witnesses toe case was cubreed until the fa' assizes. H will take a couple cjfyvceks to clear up the list of cascr'set down, r. Justice Walsh cxpressevl tho hope it courl imchl adjourn before May th, but after selling the time for he found that the third eek would have to he taken, so that ,viH he nearly June 1 before the last asee aro reached The time of the court was taken ,is morning In sitting the dales o ial. When this was settled It was ound thai there weie only two mine ases on the docket lor today. One ommitlcc docs so as e lizcr.s anu the two citie.-s withm one without any mishaps. The joint hoard of 'commissioners, lis holding a'private session' at -.Port tl Arthur and the strikeis are assem ,VAS FORMALLY GREETEO'BY MR. CHURCH HIS HONOR MAK. ING GRACIOUS AC. KNOWLEDGMENT o as e lizcr.s anu protEctira has mien- f a _ _ leave Ihe chair. II was oul of order Ibo new titles o.' the House, and could not lake prccedonco over Mr. Ilorden'3 motion to roptri the hill. Mr Mrlzhen said llmt Mr. Pugs- ley and nol mr.vpil hli motion until Ihr; chairman was actually pulling motion. The clnlrman, under (Continued IITI paje ION.ll PAW 11 Winnipeg, Man May 13 Alc.v. Munay, speaker ol Ihe fiftt legislature of Manitoba ar.d or.e 0' the most widely Inonn citizens ihe pioueicr, died this home in St Charles, aged 71 )rars. lie represented St in1 Uic fcutial parlifanirnt- for of.c leim and part nl another, cotnnicnc ii.s IS7I, was elcclfil to tin legislnturc in IS79. Sons of Kngland in Western Canada are soon to be honored with a visit from Ihe "supreme officers and l.cth bridge will he. mong the places pri to entcriain Ihe distinguish cd visitors. The oiliccis who arc coming are E A. Miller, supreme president Sons o Knaland Henefit Kociet) John W t'arier, supreme secretary, ar.d olh rrs. This is their fiibl visit to Ih west and they will institute Ihi, firs rovmcial grand lodge at a mcclin n Calgary. They will also inslilute new lodge at'l'rince Albert and North Haiti ord. They will he in Kdtnonlo lime Sdlli nnd in Caljaiy July. 1, and 3 for the erand lodge. Thry wi make a visit to "1'riilc of Alberta oiljje, l.clhhiidte, July 4th. Th ocal brethren arc nmVing elaborat rraniicmenis to fittingly cclebra [he important event. 'the supreme lodge is inlc csted in the S.O E. properly in (h cily nml will make this one of the ehiel slopping places, as they wi naturally want to inspect tl.e pro crly which is considered or.t ol 11 fmeit S.O.K. buildings in the 1) minion. Lcating l-ethbridge tbcy will tc present at a joint meeting of Mac- leod, I'mchei Creek and Cowley lodg- es at Maclenil on July 5lh.. From there the.) will go to Nelson and KaniloojK, anil visit the various lodges on the coast kcrp IH5 oirnt in initid and arrange to make, a ileni'mslralion in will do the order no harrrj. t these, however, furnished some- ting out of the ordinao.. Owing to the inability ot the reg lar stenographer to he pres nt at an examination tor discover Tiade by .lohnstone and Ritchie son) wo months ago, another stenograph was employed to lake the note iince then, allnouBU be had bee repcalcdly for Ihe transcri Ions, he has failed to produce them Yesterday a subpoena was issued to iis apliear.ince in court this mor OR ard Mr. Justice Walsh read 11 riot act to Mini, expressing .the opl on that HIP stenographer's carelos icas amounted to contempt ol The laller was given 24 hours lo file inc transcriptions in the office- of the solicitors. The ease of Ilird vs. tho C. P. R. for J10.000 damase' ls spl tor Thurs- day, 'it is the only jury caso on Ihe docket. Illng Wo, whose dogs played havoc wilh J- Cook's flock of sheep dur- ing loo winter, is being sued for dam- ages. The cornea up toward the t-nd of Ihe sHIins. Anolhcr Inleresting case of local Inlerest la near the foot of the list. H MtAniiti-'a tn- town of CardElon for balance due on waterworks contract, 15 the case, and promises lo lake a couple of So at least tho couit informed by one o is lock- d up theichy. 3t is suggested that surplus quantities of stores te dis- LETHBRIDGE SINCE FIRST OF YEAR sed of to oilier cities, and the ev- Chief Davis sajs that Great Kalis may be policed by constables, hut claims that it would be impos- sible to do so ar.d cover the whole citj by heals. Ln-lo-date two hun- dred and six doors have heen found open in I.elhhriflge since January Isl If Ihe police, lorce were reduc- ed, these open doois would remain open until discovered, not by the po lice as .the) nov.' pense of maintenance .and Bp this department could Iherebs are, hul by some- advantage ol the When Judee Jackson of the Dist- rict Co'urt took bis seat on the bench for tbe flrsl time at the opening ot Uislrict Court here this morning, he was welcomed by H. W. Chtfrch, sen- ior member of. the bar present, on "behalC-of tbo'Lethbflilge' Bar 'Soc- lely. Mr. Church congratulated Ilia Honor on the proud position he had achieved and wished him a long aud successful career on the bench. Judge Jackton thanked Ihe members of the bar here for the cordial wel- come he had received liu He was sure, ho said, that none but the most kindly relation; would ever eiisl between the bench and tha har so lonfi as he presided over Ihe DIsl- ricl Court. There Is. a long list.of cases down (or Ibis silting of the court, most of them small debt No criminal cases have been se: ur.Tii for this session. (Jeorge nice, Rice, who was sworn in a member o! the Alberta bar two weeks ago, by Justice con ducted his first case as counsels for l> e plRnttff in the case ol Miles and Jinks, an action to recover some w >ges' owing the plaintiff for labor on a threshing gang last fall. Jailps- ent was given in favor ol Ilia for S6S.75 and costs. This afleinoon evidence was heard n Ihe casff ot Sjnlak vs. C. 1'. Ii for ompensation under the Act. Leon ovnlak was killed in ll.e mine on November 15 last. The C. P. R. has tiered to pay tbe amount set forth n tbe act, ?1SOO. on an order from he Jjdge. ,x_ 'one who niighl l of j aod ,la n he (hpr, arr 'a hunch ol reduced. U is also suggest- ed that local wholesalers be asked fllls c, IM rllv lo tcr.dcr lot all supplies, lRardr Citing to step into the eis aw-ardcd lowest bidder, which ,llt eis aw-ardcd lowest bidder, would obviate the nccessitj of city carrying heavy stocks. Police Department It is suggested lhat the police lorce is cosiing the city ton mr.ih money. The toun of (Jrfiit falls, Montana, v.ith a population gitaler l.elh- tidge, is cficcluzlly policed at a ost ol per annum, ar.d th! ondilions prevailing tV.cre are a icaler menace to the public safely han hero. M is considered that a orcc nol ciciraiiiji S3 u.ia ci- Iciently police lliu city. In maMnj his bUggeslion appreciate the cf- 01 ts ol Chief Davis in the work he las llonc, hut consider he can now sately lcei> up Ihe present conditions nth a less slan. We fert cpnfirleni, I a comparison ol cost wilh oth- t. Allies of IIVc population as I.elh- hridge will bear out the. committee's contention. Engineering Dcpailracnt In view ol the present money strin- gency, and the possibility that no uort- of imporlatce can be under- UVcn by the city lor some time, to come, it is iusesslfd that reduction of expense in this department can he made Street Hallway Deparlmenl It is our opinion lliat considerable loss is incurred to Ihr. sued railway h) running cars under present sched lojltndersjn 1'aik. H is sug {Conllnucd on paje 9j. crooks watching the city in this cily, c I should the police force he cut down [lie is at the1 semce of ihe eityt he ar.d Mil obey any mandal? Ih cily rales to lender him, hut hi thinks that the first nay io retain peace, is to tie prepared for War. MANUFACTURER IS GREATLY PLEASED TAYLOR WAS ELECTED Dauphin, May the Gimll bye- eleclica yesterday, K. Taj lor. Con- Eervatlre, naf elected liy 500 ma- SIFTON GOVERNMENT PLACING RESCUE TRAIN IN SER- VICE IN CHARGE OF MR. POWELL Montrml, (Juc., May R. Druniniond. oi the Canada Sugar Kefiiinc in an inlec- IPW today staled Dial the company ad reduced II.t price ol refined su- gar per ton, hcjinnlnE The "sujir refineries will he the oseis at said Mr. Drum- "a5 they have had to keep a stock on hand with which to supply he trade, ar.d on this they have had [o pay the duly. The wholesalers tren only in small niian- lllirs in anticipation ol the [educ- tion in the "Although wo ate (he lowers al present we. realize wnat a tremen- dous help it will hf to the ullimale consumers. Tiif increase in consump i.ion will rrfull in in irercafc in h-isi nfss 'Ihr in Ihc estimation oi rmyor.c ot our directors, Is most popular." 'tMmonton, May n.--Alhsrta is the (liEt of the western pro vincee to establisJi and tnuin