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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume III. Lethbridge, Altai., Tuesday. November 15, oo. WARDEN'S BAD MISTAKE [ORATORYM" EDMONTON REDMOND THE DICTATE MIER Members of Legislature are Assigned Places "by Sifton 4- iRIDlCULOUS RUMOR NO'CABINET-CHANGE Two New Portfolios Likely Created To (.Special; to -the .Herald) -Nov.- Premier .Sifton made tie 'statement yesterday that He nad.no. intention: -of making any cab- -iuet some time, ..but; he indicated tnat -at .least .two new port loiios might be created. The com'mittees 'of the house' were named yesterday; The chairmen are: Jraviieges, and .elections, J. W. railways, Dr. WarnocK miscellaneous 'and private X, A. ilcDougall; stan-cung -WJ F. Puffer; public accounts; Unas. Stewart; W. A. Buchanan: municipal law, Geo. P. smith; legal bills, M. MacKenzie; ag- ncuiture and colonization, John Smith- son.- Tne southern members -are plac- >d on the 'following., committees Priv- lieges' and elections, MacKenzie; vrail- ,ways, Hon., J. McLean, MacKenzie ;'and miscellaneous- and private Dills..; JV O'Brien "and J-tobert Patterson; standing Bu- Patterson; and municipal. -.Roberts, culture andv.' colonization, Warnock. "Hon. 'A. Crlendeon- ing- aStf Patterson. ''r-; Malcolm MacKenzie occupied his seat in tne legislature. He is looking .splendid and says 'he has not felt as ''well -in years.- CLAPPERTON RIGHT AFTER CLOWRY Office of Commercial Co. Stands Pat on Pre- vious Statements JXew York, Nov.. Clapper- ton, vice-president of the Commercial uaoie Co.. said: "I nave read tne re- plies of bo tli Mr. Vail and Colonel uiowfy to by statement tnat air. Vail was m .Europe last summer and Mr. Hall, is now in Europe for the. purpose of combining the Western Union with tne two English-companies. .Mr. Vail says I am interested but Col. Clowry does not wish to be drawn into a con- troversy. As to the uuote trom the official report of the meeting of the Anglo-American Tele- speaking about tne was to succeed Lord Stratticona as high commissioner, -said "that it was absurd. He pointed out no vacancy'-in the com- missioners'hip existed and de- ciared-that it .was the. earnest nope of Canadians7that Lord Strathcona would> continue to occupy Ms present --'position many years rto coine: c. >i> A >i. >rii ti, P T T A Tr Tr V V .V V rT RIVER SEINE Constant PARIS AGAIN Causing Meets Stinging Muke-Debate MMI the Speech Show; Michener Makes Policy -j h v Uter-Sessiph WiU Starts; Oftvat a Hot Oip Alarm at trie French Paris, Nov. River Seine rose centimeter an hour today. An., official'statement tnat the" maximum1 of the flood would be reached on Tnnrsday next-has not reassured dwellers, the, river- side and in, the; suburbs, who seeing water advancing1'; slowly in the streets .bordering on the stream's, look ior another disaster. Tne return of flood conditions (Special to the Edmonton, Nov.. the pres-; cnt session, '.will be a fairly, lefigth'y one with many sharp encounters -be- tween the members bi -the government and the opposition; was indicated .this- afternoon, when Michener.and: Bennett crossed swords with the the'.'Attorney-General. The latter pre-' dieted .that the session least six-wrecks and in all "probability longer, v and" said v.rould be plenty of opportunity -for consideration and criticism of all gov- ernment measures. said today from...the regarding the. not even" a liint, was the" premier and Mitchell indicating that on the speech., from., the throne was for .general discussion ami not for formulation of a detailed pol- I That R. B; Bennett at-, tack "Premier Sifton's 'appoihtinent-is indicated .by the-fact that "-lie notified that he will .move'-that the house 'give an order to the governV ment that all correspondence, tele- grams- and other, papers rela-tive to 'This. has.becn an economical'. gov- ernmerit so said the Premier, it: is .'hot- always, going, to. be so, I ,am not "a bocmstef to, enhance--reai estate I .believe, it is business of the. premier .to be an opti- misfc...regard.mg.. the .future- welfare of the province." -Even if drawback I.'have" 'the best seek-to It should, j place for the -farmers 'from the South- ern -.boundarvSto- four-., hundred, roiles in- power, ,and "Peoples" oue in oppo- sition. is now five years since we '-lave.: had a .provincial government, yet {we .have no agricul- tural "One would agricultural in- terest "shouldVcome-before even the- jirovincial Things.-, to'Be Done goveinment should' open up and build more H e-ni 4-} nr- -m-ls r-i ces. settler was rnce. i best .advertisement. for the prov-: should rcgu- north of Edmonton." warits us. to appeal to the people re in the govern- ment.; I-am. surprised that .he; .agrjcuitural.and stock m.ar- ask kets.. For a'longtime'the unions had ;.tb'eir leave betore.'-he changed from an asked for .the-regulation-of a. said andi the gbvcrninent-. commission had ,tbe sarcasm, and the government -that- tne'raisrng of -para-1 Tesignation pets is-tout a. makeshift accordingly, it wiir.push" a 'big project divert the waters -in time of noqd. of-this of .years. Barter. Conrad, Clark and Welsli Alter tlie Senatorsnip Mont-, in the history of the state have .elect-ion returns been watched so both figuratively and, literally. In _ other words, the senatorial, struggle in which the incumbent, Thomas H. Car- ter, republican, is aligned against W. A: Clark, T- J. Walsh an-d W. G. also gave" notice that on Wednesday he would; government if it had been. 'cailed upon as yet: to a-ny of the -interest on. the bonds' of "the A. Hon. W.. A... Buchanan, intro'duced a petition 'Ironr the Lethbriflge ;Y.M.C1- asking for .incorporation, -and frbmi village of- Stafford; for thority, for the Struction.of -a Reply the reply to. :tHe- speech. from -the throne, of- -Sedge-1 wick referred in. terms.; to. Lt.-Governor Bulyea. sized the good work done by 'the gov- ernment n courses of lectures r-eported .favorably QH. yet noth- ing- had' been The -government should help incoming' settlers. This shpul'd be -do'ne' system of provin. cial loans of interest theni in life. Such. schemes were. successfully in J -Zealand -artd., Australia. There .-sKduia- be at least five titles, offices, in the of 'only two. The Premier Replied Premier in a. opusc. laughed. said he would announce his-policy'later. Bennett'" Insinuates. B...'Bennett rose to reply he' denounced-' utterances of; the premier as of a school nonsensical talk couldn't "be :ipund- in the fact .of his- tory, '.jVir. made mysterious reference- Vo'.what" he termed were in- ducements and Mitchell to He thought it; strange Red-! who had ftjsi of tiie i ild 'eilter all worth 10 There which are m-i -now. was leader on the dollar, and a v oE-'them hoped to 'accomplish- .anything. calling -the. legislature to ..authorize .j, ".._, supplies-was unpara-Ueled "in British t0' of The speaker said two.; then: as Sifton was call- i good me also, done excellent .things choice of of the members- of department had, .llev.ed he vould t thc ,-the elections ia- Vermillion-, Medi- twelve tons or literature; cine Hat, Lethbridge, and-especiallv and'were advertising the province -ex- had all endorsed the Kover- tAnsivfclr. Mnnv nuhlic -works were "power "over "the A, G% W. t -'was righ't they should know matter. actj0n_ Conrad, all weal thy--democrats, is the i speech, from the throne. tensively. Many public -works were :also in -the course of taken altogether the- house had cause to congratulate themselves" oh' the work of tho McArthur's Speech A. J. McArthur, the newly elected if _. e____ member for Gleichen" in his. maiden.rThat is'easy when-the party'consists speech seconded the reply to' the j only three or four. Referring. to to my the what we are. going to do will speak .for itself when done, and has alreadjr spoken. "The leader of the opposition says ;_wishes to.be larger than the party. ng o Mchensr's utterance that 'the Conser- Speech Attorney-General Mitchell; repre- senting-Medicine Hat, had a difficult task on his hands when he arose to was.his first speech in any he was speaking after strongest .opposition speaker, yet he came through, with flying colors and received.the hearty applause of the house-. Mr. Mitchell vigorously denied the insinuations of that there were ulterior motives which induced CHRONICLE SARCASTIC JLondon, Nov. to .the Mont- real .Herald aud; Dally -AVitness on the -speeches made '-by' Sir Doughty and j udge the-Daily Chronicle says: curious that any newspaper, in..' Canada should suppose that, anyone in .this country .pays ;the slightest at- tention -to -what two say." WINNIPEG JON TARIFF tKeoNeeessities 'of- AVinni on At meeting of terday the fblibwliig -was unanintousiyVadop'ted: Tnat' .tins' :as-' sociation interest the recent; touc' of- .-JLaurier By Absence; of; From 'today: and- as lions' it is- said' wilt pay.'a It is officiall "mier- will; House of casiori .ot the -reassemtil ing-, .pi 'The proceedings "at read-with deeo bf lTer-: u. meet and .declarations 'announcement: 61 the of favor-of ower is" cy of the XiberaT associa- tion earnestly nopes 'that" in.: the f rain- ng. ol the prop'osed tariff, will 'be had to. the'; necessities. ;df.." the rapidly and wei riscqm- mend'.a 'substantial the present, schedule on the necessities of life at particularly ect-ithe -.west. most intense on record and no other subject is being discussed. Republican Chairman..Davies of Sil- ver Bow county is- preparing a' con- test of the and At- torney-General Galen has gone there to make personal inquiry -into the sit- uation. Davies -alleges wholesale ille- gal registration, .repeating' and the like. On the other the, paper supporting Ex-Senator Clark charges the republicans with attempting to steal every close county, also with forging Heinze's name to" a" circular stating that he favored, the election of the republican legislative' ticket. 'The future of the province rests i Dative party should be called Sifton and himself to leave, the upon its agricultural said'! 'People's" the'premier said 'that' all to enter politics. This was not Mr. McArthur. "Therefore I' think.-.history -denied this and this was -the jtne -case- The appeal was made to called. iy the Tory party people's party. Not- a- Boomster the government might flo well to postpone the construction of large'. and expensive public buildings, and -use the money to put agriculture on. a firm basis." The speaker thought Lieut.-G-over-J JS? woSJS. ever Sifton 'and he responded to the call. Mr. Sifton had asked him to enter the cabinet and he hoped be would in re- __. justify the selection. Speakin m reply to Michener's-sug- j gard to the pbjicv- of the Ti Tnft rvrrtViTiPA Tnc-'tri-fn-f A n. _ 5 J_T____ ___" i j 4- 4-1, w ttio ui tuc tuvciiiiiitrjib province-.institute .a be said-there-would be lots of time loan iund- lor the tanners; Sifton de- gruph Co. shareholders held in JLondon on July i'Uth last, when the chairman said: 'it is possible that if we succeed in identifying our interests with that of the American Telephone and Tele- graph Company may participate ,more largely henceforth in the growth .01' the cable business.' "t wish to add that all this last sum- tall the English newspapers have rbeen lull ol' articles. discussin mis proposed combination of tlie West- ern Union, with the English company, and' it' is a well known fact that the Western Union has practically arrived at an arrangement: with the Anglo Telegraph Company, but is meeting with obstacles in the direction of the United Stares Company, i guess that no one on the other'side of tlie water would care- to deny that Mr. Vail and -Mr. Hail had bsen in'Europe for the purpose of bringing about that com- bination in opposition to the Commer- Cawe Company. Mr. Vail's pro- posed combination has been the mon talk 01, "financial London for nearly six months When it became apparent -the result was close, watchers were- sent -from both democratic and republican" head- quarters here and every move is .being carefully scrutinized. "Until .these of- ficial canvasses are completed tlie re- sult must rentain .Sut with chances favoring the democrats, .be- cause they have the better of'the sit- uation thus far in Custer countv. the house and his selection of Sifton j was vindicated in the result of' '-bye- election in Gleichen. "When the A. G. W. question comes before the said he, "I think it will be settled and in the best interests of the province." The New Leader E. M. Michener then rose to. reply, speaking- in tlie house for the first time, as leader of the opposition. Mr. Michener had fault to find with the speech from the throne. It lacked, said he. those marks of progressive and constructive legislation one would hope to find. The speaker had new names lor t-he Party. He." thought "Autocrat" would describe the, one insurance and The countrv. y all ban uimnv AW to AROUSE --ANTI.ffiKH VOTE zmiiJLA Illluli RedmomcF Says British and Irish Interests Are One Against the'House of Lords-Announcing King's Decision to Create Peers BECK SAYS v IT IS NOT TRUE X'or. tfeck was in town on' Sunday attending the serv- 'ces of tlie Church of the" Blessed Sacrament. He 'was interviewed with reference'to the report that appeared in' the papers a few days ago that He was about to resign.. Jus- tice Beck. stated that the re port referred to was un- authorized and entirely with- out foundation. to hear and consider this as the. ses- sion would last least six weeks. Referring to'the land titles offices, said; he would" discuss this with' the members of the house and hoped to i-e able to mave-an announcement later.. are not made in a .min- Mitchell. "Tlie opposi- tion would litmus" to rush into print, but T wish to und out where I am be- fore I make a-move." Referring to the province entering the business ot making .loans the Attorney-General stated there were very important rea- sons, why .the government at the, pres- ent time should not go in for this. It was fraught, with great, danger and re- quired -careful consideration. The debate will br continued tomor- row afternoon; with O'Brien, Social- ist, on the floor. Strong Committee Will Make Arrarig-eiiieiits For Session: The committe'e -appointed -.to malie he arrangements, for Ithe-'sitting, of the Royal Technical, Education- Com- mission on the meets to- morrow evening in the- board room "of he Central school, .to map out the ubjects to be brought up, decide what witnesses shall ,be; called and so forth. Supervisor of-Schools, W. A. Ham- ilton, the convenor.. ,of. has arranged for. practically all bod- ies interested in" the city-to be pres- and among those who have been asked to attend are Messrs.. Npurse, Macbeth and John Horne, the 'Board of Trade's special committee, W. Oliver, president of the Builders Ex- change, and Secretary Power, of the organization, "President" D. Mc- Nabb, and Secretary, W. Symonds, of the Trades .Labor Council, Chair- man -J. H. Fleetwood and Dr. J. -S. Stewart, of the school board, Dr. W. S. Galbraith and. Secretary E., M. Thomasson, of tlie M. Hatch, president of tlie Agricul- tural Society, with Mayor Adams and tloris has make a statement "tmrrow CHARGE Calgary, JSoy, in ed with' A ponsibje lor- the death: of ajaotfter; ana aitereaVtb ,r one ing ;report.. of .the auditor'; that; accounts 'as-circuit' ..werefahqrt over .Angust H. .of county, --cominitted: v snooting at this" ALLREADY STREET Postmaster Doesn't Christinas' .Mayor Adams., is today, writing- In-- spector Bruce of the post office .'depart- ment, informing -nim. that'' ber now ut> over the wnole city, ready for the street deliv- ery to i. rf'uurniRjj iroiu to extract home rule from (Continued on page .8.) A tots.1 eclipse of the moon Lakes place Wednesday night. it will be visible in Europe and Africa and in part of North and South America ana South western Asia. American Warden Looking for Scalp ot Canadian Buffalo Hunt Party in in a Warrant j Helena, Mont., Nov. r.hn result that--the ex- with an opinion from the Attorney- i ccption of thirty or forty all 'were General that the killir- or rounding corralled, and shipped across the line ,-___ a, reserve created by the. Canadian government. The government -granted permission 'to a party of hunters- come over and slaughter the rest. Pro- iery m Uie crucie stato Jt be In poured in..to.'the state .officials lhe start." and being referred to the Attorney- I up and shipping from the stale the rc- i mainder of the Pablo hrrd of buffalo be violativc ui the stale Jaws, j Game Warden, A.vare loft here tonight for Flathcad reservation, lo prc- ing until the- whole city was covered by street signs: "They have no ex- cuse is the mayor's comment.- Miginbotham said tnis morning that he hopes no attempt 'be made to start street delivery until the Christmas rush is over, "for it would complicate things more than ever, nor does he think any attempt win be made to start the system until arter the holidays. "With people expecting to get their mail delivered, -but it still corning in addressed to box wqtild cause unheard of congestion and mwi- j he said. "We are aole to handle the 'business after a- fashion at present out the Christmas rush, without even tlie worry of getting ,the street deliv- ery started, is wtiat we are dreading. Jt would be impossible to handle the j