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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Alberta. Saturday, Xovemlx-r M, CENTS THE CALL 10 PUBLIC SERVICE Lethbridge-Supporters of the Party of Progress an Democracy Rally in Strength at Annual Meet- ing of Lethbridge Liberal Association Speeches Indicating Where Liberals Stand on Great Imperi Issues and Economic and Political Reforms Progress and a Vision of the Greater Canada and Alberta to Come The Officers Elect Liberalism in Lethbridge Is mili- tant. It is not even Impas- sive. Last night at the annual meet- Ing of the association there was more than ordinary party interest. There was all the fervor expected in a, cam- paign. The Liberals of Lethbridge re- not care whether It was called rec procity or not, but lie did cai'0 tha they should stand for larger market and lower tariff. Drop the name i they liked, but in order to reach th southern market they must have reciprocal agreement. The eastern manufacturers opposed reciprocity he cause they were afraid that the farm alize that they lost certain ground in this city through the moral effects _ me tarm of the defeat of the party in the na- or would thrive and demand more in tional arena and they intend to re- the way of tariff reduction, and thus gam that lost ground at the first op- crush their industries. Tho tnanufac liortiimtj. iurcre miElake of h they were out m force: old voter- lives They have antagonized the aus who have come through many a western farmer, who iB now ]iiteiy to lard-fought fight for tlra rights of Ualte sweeping demands for tariff re. the people as against class; and young duction, and the manufacturer would men who have the vision of the west suffer mo-re than under the reciprocity muii iiiiuKi iiie reciprocii' to be built up by tbe progressive pol- pact. In Ontario the Liberals did no Icy of development, for which the Lib- lose so much on reciprocity as bv oral narty stands misrepresentation and malicious at- Ml. Vulllam Oliver, one of the tacks on Sir Wilfrid Laurier In Que- doughty old school of fighters, occu- bee the charge was that he was dis- pied tho chair, and did.it to a nicely, loyal to the French Canadian In On- -rhere were only two speeches, one tario be was charged with devotion by the Federal member, Mr. W. A. to French ideals and race was set IJuchanan and the other by Hon. against race and creed against creed. Charles R. Mitchell, Minister of Pub- The Unholy Alliance Continuing, Mr. Buchanan referred mere was a fine musical program, to the alliance of Jlr. Dc-rden and the songs being rendered by Mr. D. H. Nationalists and the double faced pol- ilton, Mr. George Milford and liir. icy on the naval issues. The inclusion Khynd -Tamiesou. Mr. Sam Sadowski of the ultra-Nationalists in the cab- contributed a violin selection, 'which inet has resulted in Mr. Monk resign, was exceptionally pleasing. All these ing because the promise of a referen- gontlemen had to respond to encores dum Is not being Itept. Ho is and were decidedly popular. Mrs. while his compatriot Nationalists Elton played the accompanniment for Nantel and are hanging on Blton played the accompaniment for to their jobs, thinking a good deal more ure by Joining in tbe chorus of one of of a job than principle. -Mr Buchanan tho songs rendered. The Self-Service said the Liberal party had always lieoplo served a choice cold supper stood for the principle'of a Canadian and there was an abundance of made- navy as a squadron of the British navy, and be believed that to be the I right policy. No matter what T.Ir. REV. PAUL BULL'S _______SUNDAY SERVICES 8 Eucharist in St Aug listin's Church. 11 Paul Bull preaches St. Cyprian's Church. 4.30 St. Augustin's Churc iiddresscs a mass meeting of men. 7.30 Mission servlc m St. Augustin's Church. I NAVIGATION NOT TO CLOSE UN- TIL ABOUT THE FESTIVE CHRISTMAS SEASON MK ON NO REDISTRIBUTION, BILL ____' Ottawa, Nov. import- Ottawa. Nov. no ant conference was held today re-distribution bill will bo in- were finally made for troduced by government it the close of navigation this session is the statement I it least December 20. Full consider-- niade this evening by the Ev- ition was given to every detail of ening Citizen. the question, and all plans were 14. fecleil for thc placing of ice-breakers ,j U different points where they maybe' j required in addition to Port Arthur j and Fort William, such as the Soo.j IMMIGRANTS FOR Mr. Brown Greeted by One of Largest Turnouts in History of the City One of the largest gatherings oi Mr. L. L. ASQUITH opiilar young business man, who an ndunces his candidature for the Council Port Alc.Vicol, Midland and other pi ices. 1'lic department of canals is under- taking to sec that the canal at the SEVEN MONTHS Ottawa, Nov. During the the lake carriers have been informed! year' immigrants arrived in that they need have no cause (or Canada. Of this number, ar- alarm, insofar as the ice is concern- rived at the ocean ports, and Sale of the City Bonds There was considerable indignation expressed this morning by mcml ers of the council at the criticism in a norning paper of the rccr.nl sale. It was regarded as a deliLer-j ate knock at the cily and designed to led. from the United, States. Canada Doesn't Owe Mother Country Much, He Says in Hochelaga Campaign A BITTER ATTACK, Made Upon Hon. Louis Coderre the New Cabinet Minister From Quebec Idfcllows ever held in this city was injure" Vho with at, which congregated last evening tlibse who have-dealings with thc tho I.O.O.P. hall on the occ.ision municipality. The article referred to the official visit of Grand Master was very unfair in that it did not f. Urowii, of Edmonton, who was present 'the case'right anJ cave no compaiiicd hy Deputy Ci rand Master explanations which would have conel m. Uceks, of Cardston, and Grand to show that, Lethbriiln' instead oil of being involved in a scandal, as allcg-j ONE. OF CITY'S BEST ALDERMEN ti ILL If m and visiting brethren from Macleod. cd, made an excellent sale, all things: iitemlKiis from the combined lodircs considered. There is a history to the throuirlioul the city were present snd bond nrarkct this vear uniiiuc in that the iicgrce team- exemplified tho first it was the worst year for municipal ucgree. Rousing speeches and an ex- bonds within the recollection o! the cellcnt supper continued to make up a present financiers. If tlic critics will1 mnsl. d WILL SEEK RENEWAL OF CONFIDENCE Possibility of Return to Power of the Old Turkish Regime old members of Constantinople, Nov. way of opinion is general hsrc that the war is practically over. An armistice with the Bulgarians in! all probability will to arranzed with-! in the next few days, and this will i negotiations for j Montreal, Nov. the elect- orate of Hochelaga was not to be fool. ed by the, gang of traitors who efugc behind a ministerial portfolio to hide their shame, was a dictum of, Armand Lavergne, at a meeting held' n Mr. Doyen's interest In the St. 'lenri College hall tonight. The gath- sring was attended bj about four hun- Ired people, and the violent denun- lalions of Hon.-Messis Coderre, Nan- tel and Pelletier, who 'nere held up to the audience as .traitorous deftem ot, public opinion were cheered to the' echo. The address of the evening was that given by.Arma.nd Lavergne. Others who spoke were Mr. Doyen and Tailored Marsit. The naval nuestloa formed the chief topic speech mak- ing, Armand Lavergne declaring that: according to the government's propos- a Is the people of Canada would be called upon to make an emergency contribution of to the -Mother Country. Mr. Lavergne dealt at length with the argument to th-e effect that Ca- nada should malic such a contribution, she owed it to the--Mother Country ion ho cited his story to show in-L-etiibridge cigars. Ihe officers elected wore: er wa r Ifon. Right lion. .gir Borden does at the coming session he il Wilfrid Laurier, Hon. A. L. SifUraj believed his ultimate a Hon. Senator DeVeoer and Mr W A Canadian navy. In spite of tho at lluchanau, tacks he made on such a navy in tilt, n'esid-ant J. D. Higiubotliam. last campaign, 'Mr. Borden had once First E. McAr- supported a Canadian navy and show- ed hls insincerity -hy abandoning his becond Vice-Preaident Principles to catch the Nationalist fWIHIalnson. vote. He had no other aim in view Kenny. than to destroy the Liberal party in L'. Rylands, J. Bruce, Quebec, hut the speaker was'satisfied C_.Donaldson, W. J. JlcCnmblay, Dr. the premier would be forced to come Thoinpson, H. A. McKillon. C. back to a Canadian navy. Mr. Borden J. W. Bawdcn, P. T. Robins, A. V. may bo able to convince the house Ribbons, Louis Moore, F. W. Downer, that an emergency contribution is J'. F. Hreltinridse, Win. Shaw and H. necessary, but tho speaker declared it should ho a contribution of Dread- -After tile business was completed nouEhts to come back to Canada as no time was lost In anounciug the fart ot a Canadian navy squadron of to England. The Mothei Coun- Aird, who last year only prejudice tile position1 of try, at various periods, had sacrificed then return to Edmonton and shortly- that figure is banllv consistent with the nine who Ulcm are being sent off daily to the Imperial navy, and it is 1, return and visit lotlpcs alone the -Ud conimonscnsc. Rallier the council are Ulc fleW for honors Vf, mlo Asia Minor, cause they know it that lion Codel ersyclo line. fe I council anj] Many of the foreign residents who were and Hon. Pelletier refuse to ma! 1 I'aEe l campaign is growing warm. willing to risk the chance of a fan- any statement in tfcc course of th .....______________ outbreak are departing for But they also know tb. speakers, and the Federal members tlle -.was first called on. ritish navy. (Applause.) The Best Stimulant neighbor developing to the im- he into subjection, ho cried, "thinks of its same The Dominion Member I Tno Dest WIIS' to stimulate loyalty ..VS. A. Buchanan M.P. was received is to nnve tangible representation of wth the singing of "For He's a Jolly "rltish in Canada, and I be plauso. Mr. Bucilanan, after liiff graliludo for Ihe confidence ex-, in him, ,vcnt t s and had allowed the south he felt the responsibility of member or the House of Commons tno nicro he studied the situation the uw'n "fairs first and foremost, more ho felt that if ihB great "Let the Canadians do th loins now confronting the country are I wllc" tllo-v to contri- to be solved, they will be solved by buto to {tle n'ars ot tbo we the Liberal .parly, under the leader-! lm'c ll lo sa-v that Canadi ship of Sir Wilfrid Lnurier. He hop- lan People shall decide the matter for ed tho organization having Ia. themselves. And Ihis the people can vfvsd would continue active through, do only by having a referendum on the out (lie year, and every year, and not as In tho pas: spring into action only when a campaign was called. If they were active he had every tha'ti they would redeem Lolhbrldgo for the1 provincial party, and give a majority tor the Dominion candidate They should have .a live orsauization to look after the new people, ascertain their politics, and if opposed to try and convert them. Ho hoped the younger men -would form a Young Lib- oral club, hold debates and look after the work as much as possible. The Inspiring Motive The old Liberals nro loyal to the Party 'because they believed In Lib- oral principles; that the Liberals -land for the uplifting of humaaltv Macleod, Nov. 15._The intimation he' was frcnucnllv as'-'cd to of t-iic dclence that it did not, intend q ns, and not to Rank case, and a verdict is expected n.'lh'sV tomorrow The cross- examination oi Inspector Yuill proceeded with, ami created tuiite is, are _ ___........ rope because of the cholera." j they will he elevated to the tench I The prominent members of the 'for they have such a promise m their young Turk party for Kuropc is con- pocket." sidcred by many as.foresliadowini; a' i possible return of the old rerime in i POOL EXPERT CAN'T BE FOUND j which case young Turf; leaders! I would be the lir'st sufferers. Foreign! Edmonton, Nov. Hoss book" at Ihe time. It was ''military attaches here arc of the I expert, who created a sensa- now in ll-.e new edition to opinion that the Bulgarians are find-' "o'1 ''y shooting up Lewis restaurant ike occurrences. ing many difficulties and they 'have on First street early this inornmr I. .....i 191 you said called upon a "ccn u'mble to bring up. a sufficient; still at large though the police are i. l.uo your maiiagcr to check the cash hook with to insure a successful attack on! making a diligent search for him A Woods in one supplementary hook. Do you atln.it the Tclmtalaia lines which must be! man named Alex. Law -nbo was shot "vc shall be Yes." S-C'IT'' t'Yr "CCk by. "oas is not answer "grcc .iihlrrss Ihe bbwc1 i, and there avoid '-.per was "Rule 191 you "said called upon a much witness and counsel There I'roi-K-Kxaminntion Ihroutrh whose By Mr. Woods. His experience tcs would pass li.iiik.manai.'i'r was limited. He i of Ihe North- nicd ihn( iiiK-er Hie circumstances ocs not rule 101 require the man-1 tllc t'omniftiitlcrs oi tkc foreign war'-jdays lager lo died; cash book with cash I'rovidrs onh- for the pro-' is'slaU'iiient V" lection of foreigners mid not thc prc- "Xo. If I s-.iid so in examination ir of massacres, flic fear oi and will TO REVISE U. S. TARIFFS u a ,t bv rounsr-l mi ri ne ut snowed S35.UUO odd In ..nd did not say .t in the rules lConUllllcll fron, The first of The cruiser Goabcu arrivrd and the Improving of the conditions of the common peoplo by giving legisla- tion for tho common good The" last campaign had bscn fought on the Issue. The Conservatives would like to foster the opinion that the Is- sue, was dead hut he was conlidcnl that If an election were founht on the s-'imo ISGUO again the Liberals ivouid have a greater majority than at Iho I PETITIONER DIDN'T SHOW THAT HE WAS AN ELECTOR OR BRITISH SUBJECT Calgary, Nov. petition of W. K. Mc'Xanght, of Graniim, pretest- ing tbo election of Hon. Jlalcolm .Mc- Konzle has bean dismissed In iho judgment Just handed down by Mr. Justice Walsh at Jiacleod. The pctl-j tioncv has been ordered to pay cosli and the record Is ordered removed from the files of tho court. The Judge pcints out that tho pell- lioiier did not show thnt lie was a riuallflrd elector of Clai-Mliolm, and failed to prora that ho was a liritlal- subject. Mia lortlshlp staled that in so far as Ihoy appllptl he would follow Iho ice Scott In Ihe jAsia Minor indirate.s tliat there is- Of ianalical and rcvnlutiol'ary not than April 15, for 0111 creaks if tlic criitral Turl-ish uov-i Iml'Pose ot revisrag the tariff. ieniment shoulii liecomc further di'sor-] JKanized. 1'iibiiv is beginning' BE HELD IN EDMONTON THIS PROM- INENT SPEAKERS i to rallv to till' vif.v lakrn rcspon- jsihlc and it is renr-rally: j hoped ilu. ptmitlc coniiilions o! I pi'.icc will be tibiaineil. H is iraig-: {nizcd I hat praclicoliy whole of' Kuropc in Turkey is lost so mud.! iso tnal Hit- hunks and Ibc council nfj I tlic public debt already is WILL i latim; Kloi'lc of iis own interests in J the lost provinci's Vicw. ot itself wli.-ii the final Ecvt-len-ent i up for discussion. I T.. the end that interests cf the, l-iiiiilholilcrs will t0 satr-yusrticd Tho fourth annual convention of this time than was tl'C case at Ihe Local liiiprovemeiit Dis- Herlin coiipters, tlm council of the irkls' association, will held in the Ottoman p-blic dpht has .suttrcsM to] Hall. Kdmonlon, on Tucs- ils iMil'iipe'ii svmliccira tin. adviVo.-il-, (My n-Kl NovcmbeT 28 and ity ol approaching the powers on I lie! -7- Among thc sneakers will b-s John Minicct while a stniemtnt. cf tlic rev-! Porrie, doiiuty-minlalsr of mui-.idnall- cnuc to the service ties; W. J. J. N. Home, Re- tic01 III thc provinces now Elua; J. D. Robertson, Hon. C. Stewart ownership is coins town and others. The New 'Sewage.disposal Plant :mld, n wn "I' for Ihe use of thc ambassadors ot tlic European powers at Constantin- ple. s The total of these revenues is a' out these intcicsts The officers and executive commit- t-ae are: William .Mason, president, Con Acccril; Herbert Orcsnfiolil, vice- iircsident, Edson; Jamos JIcN'icol, tec- i, V Is I r-r are goo Is tb.> opinion of wivcliliiK oxporlf turn until November lili: M. nn, in. t-'d Die, 'good ,o ;