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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME LETHBRIPCfe. ALBERTA. THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1914 NUMBER 13'.' BORDEN FLOPPED CHARGES NICKLE Insurgent Membsr for Kingston Makes Attack on His Own Party jfor p. N. R. Aid Proposals-Canada Will Get Worst of it Says-Debate Well Under Way-Saturday Sittings CoihWetlcb This Week-Who Will Go to London Lord Beresford Resents Cry of. Army vs. People ;-6ni 'May de-. be ready. Col.. Hughes .said-that it bale on .the, government would he printed and .distributed providing1 for a'guarantee of JT' soon as complete; He trusted that it would prove an inspiration to the 000 for 'the'C. N.''It, and the coudi- ror King's and help to ele- tion attached thereto, got away to good start -la the Commons yester- day There were.speeches by Pronl- ier Bordeu, Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Hon. Arthur'iMIeshcii and F. NlcWe, Conservative meulbor for Kingston, who is opposed to .the proposals of the government.1 Mr. Nlckle spoke late in the even- ing, and was listened to with eloso attention by members both to the right and to the left'of the Speaker. Mr. Borden Explains .Mr Borden, la explanation of the desire of tlie government to come to, the aid of the said that the ministers had bccii convinced it was I vate his loyalty. W. E. Knowles (Moose ask- ed the minister of .justice when the vacancies oi tlie supreme courts oi Saskatchewan'would be filled. 'Hon. Mr. Doherty replied 'as soon as the hill for district' judges 'becomes law the whole matter of appointments will be dealt with. LORD CHARLES BERESFORO London, May George, ac- ASK ABOUT THE HIGH MISS'ONEIl I .way Gco. Kjtc (Richmond, N. ask-' companied by'the King and Queen of ctl when the government would make Denmark, opened the annual military an announcement, as to the appoint- tournament today which so far has )f a High Commissioner in raised for military cliaril} i Speaking at yesterday's rehearsal 11 any announcement becomes Lord Charles lieresiord said the army necessary Twill make the and navy deeply resented the recent absolutely necessary that premier cry of "Tho Army versus the Peo should be done; 'Jt would be in the: tj j when will it he-! Pie" which had fallen completely flat, nature of a national calamity if this! 1 lit of "When Something: had-been said about tho adoption of such a course, but. irre- parable damage' would have been done to Canadian credit, and the de- velopment of the country retarded to a considerable' degree. Sir Wilfrid Objects Sir Wilfrid LaUrier declared that if the government was going Into part- nership with Mackenzie .Mann, it should have 'a majority of the com- mon stock and control of the system. He maintained'that the of common slock secured was useless protection for tlie country, and that the mortgage VOfot little value, be- cause' 'the-, system- was, already .lieav, Sir .Wilfrid agreed that" "if' "wbuldVndt be wise to "let the C. N: n. go. He believed Ca- three-trans- DITCH OPENS traffip Passing Through Says Wash- inpon Report TWO OCEANS LINKED WuhTng'ton, D.C., May For the first 'ime water-borne traffic new passing through the Panama. Canal, according to the reports that have been received at the headquarters of the Pana- ma Railroad in New York, for- warded today. a matter of fact, according to the Panama Railroad reports, the service 'actually began last Saturday, and steady stream of in tow li passing throush the canal.' The tremendous con- gestion In inter oceanic cc.-ri- meree cautid. by the suspension of service in the Tehauntepec Railroad in teuthern Mexico, at an to the rebellion, brought this rather prema- ture opening of the canal to trade. Noted Author Pick Antelope Park in South 1914 ASSESSMENT HEARTILYBUMPED Court of Revision This Morning Brings About 300 Conybeare, Johnston, McNicol, Wilson and Others Attack the Ten Percent Increase as Says Former City Decisions Made it was all the same as a First of July celebration at this Court of Ke- this morning. i Tho council chamber was thronged nutli ratepayers, all with their .little 1 assessment notices tucked away un- der their arms, waiting for a chance to pound the table, nr.d appeal on the l'J14 asECSsment- After one appeal had been heard, the meeting evolved into a debate on the increase of 10 per cent, tho peared on behalf of the owners of the Maiestic Theatre, his complaint he- n- 1 Mr. Conyfaeare Starts Something "That is just where you are wrong. Mr. said C- F. P. Conybeare. "A real estate man knows nothing about values, and I'll tell 'why he is the poorest man in the world to fix them, when uiy turn for appeal comes around. The whole kick of the people of this city is ou tho assessment ot property on spec- ulative values. There should not ba more than worth of as- sessable property in a city of people." Mayor Comes Back "That is your opinion, -Mr. Cony- beare, and 1 don't think you are any help Maxwell Graham head of the park. crease this year. was a real estate man on i auu year's committee on assess- two genSen are in said the Mayor, "and he PUPILS CITY SCHOOLS LIFE-WORK Budding Act- resses, Teachers and Sol- diers Tell Their Hopes PICKING A VOCATION "WOLVERINE" DITCHED Fast New York Central .Train Jumps No On'. Killed Detroit, Mich., May Wol- verine Limited; on the Michigan Cen- tral Railroad, bound-tor .-New York lo 5, jumped .the track earty- this at Button, Ont. No one was Killed, but.several persons were in: jured. Five cars left .the track... An- made official; "loea-r. Tie-. ireabiiitlBn'MiroiiEht eaid, 'was worse than confusing, and did explanation of "it given lo the press. Mie'gheh'Defends Hon. Arthur Mieghen devoted most of'his time to replying to the argu- ments of Sir' Wilfrid. He spoke at length with the object of showing that much more had been done ;to guarantee the rights of the people than had ever been attempted by the late government. The government, he snid, sccnreS r, ' on ev- ery i available asset of MacKenzia Mann, and the rights of the country had i hecn amply protected. Nickle Strikes Hard Jlr. Nickle'regretted his differences with his confreres: He objected to the government going, into partner- ship with MacKenzie Mann, b cause he believed they would get the best of it in. the end. He declared that the of common stock given to-, the government as security, was all water, ami of no real value. He said that Jlr. Borden, in 1904, had stated that when the government was riisponslbla-for. the .'cost of a road, it Bhould have control. He could not be blamed for advocating the policies which Mr. Borden had at one time enunciated. Mr. Nickle severely criticized t Mann and their operations throughout his re- Jlr. Boiven iSheffielil) moved the adjournment of 'the debate. Mr. R. B. Bennett (Calgary) will likoly speak today. TIIl's-MOUNINO'S SESSION' H.-H is likely that Saturday sittins of the Commons wijl co.mmraice.- this Week. I'rcmiet slated In the House this that notice of Saturday sit- tings had planned on the. order paiicr anil that it was proposed to sit this.coming Saturday. Thi' formal motion would he moved laler. No exception was taken to the proposal by Sir Wilfrid I.auricr. .lames .I. Hughes, (Kings P. E. I.) drov the attention of the minister of militia to his statement that Col. Crnikshanks, of. Calgary, was prepar- on the visit of the min- ister anil 2 T officers abroad last sum- mer. He asked when tlie-report would no-. Here railway APPEALS TO KING CARSON Militant General Asks Ulster Medicine Hat Lethbridge. ,and will likely visit i ought to values." know something about TAMPICO TAKEN, VILLA MARCHES ON SALTILLO Internahonal'Will Change June Trains Likely to be Effected Information glcincd from semi-it- ________ sources this morning, in sup- port of rumors thut have been abroad One of -the most interesting ror somc time, indicates.that the ever made in Lethbridge. p n tram'to-OrcatsEalls, will short- which has'.-just, been completed M jj change its Needs More Ammunition Be- out meet the westbound, train campaign, a Lethbridge city' schools. Some' starting from here in the afternoon fore Assaulting Huerta in His..Stronghold WILL APPEAL TO THE U.! 1 snort Torrenn, Merico, May 14.-ThB June 1 mobilisation "of rebel troops for the Superintendent of the Saltilio' came to Letnbriage city scnoois. oome starting irom neic mw> ,ciose last night, when tho'last units months ago, Dr. Miller, Director ot for Caigan vn Macleod, v- To'rreon accompanied Geu- Teclmical Education-for the lt ls understood that the _ _ collcentra- niade a. thorough investigation of the Falis tram will leave here at 8.10 eral and start, i status of his particular branch m Ihe m5tead oi 1 10 returning', from the Kwmiiit. loirother an armj u making direct con- WISCONSIN CANDIDATE FOR GOVEpNORSHIP .WILL ATTACk THE H. .C. of L. Madison, Wis., May W. Tit- man of Hudson today announced his candidacy for governor of Wisconsin on the Renublican ticket at the Sep I tember primaries The principal plank in his platform is the elimination of the broker and commission men who ho believes secure most of the prof its from 1 igh piked foods Militant to Save Her from Arrest Lcthbridge anil in order draft a systematic and? practicable curriculum, adapted to the especial to south at 1720 -the here for Calgary, arriving latter place at about 23 needs of the children in attendance o'clock. here, he asked that a survey he The change is considered a g covering the choice of vocations by Onc from the standpoint n London, May 14.- funeral London, May .virs. Flora Drnmmond, lender of the mill- tant today pitched her i camp on the doorstep of. Sir tdward jood __..._...n ___ .OI1C HUH! Mil. the different scholars. The survey is througli' traveller, hut it will mean vcrv complete, and later on, when the'transfer of much of. the hotel tllat Mr.' Hamilton has had an opportnn-1 business to Calgary, and furthermore press lon ity to compare the. results with those allbW .passengers Irom the small concernlug tl10