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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume III. 16PAGES. Lethbrldge, Alta.t Friday, November Number 287; Take Place November 28 --Elections as Soon as Possible After-Will Pass Necessary Legislation of Efforts Made to Overcome Crisis Over the Veto, Nov. Asquith announced today ih'at the dissolution will, be'November 28th with, the elec- 'lions'as soon after.asi possible. Date Not Fixed London, Nov.' to a question Premier Asquith said the imperial conference woulH be held .before the coronation, but'tha.t the date n'atl.'not fixed.' .Sir- Edward Grey, replying to-a-ques said he had already been in com muafcation with -the colonies in-refer- 'ence to tlie "naval prize bill.' It was apt proposed to take any further ac- tion .at present. Asquith's Statement Hoiise'.of .Commons was packed to every comer speaker 'took the chair, ev- ery. Dignified and respected legislators were compelled to sit.on the steps of the gangway. The .balconies Were-so'Crowded with ir.embers -of the Commons and peers, "who such numbers in- to the corners .of their galleries that1 it was'impossible to'distinguish the dividing line between th'e Lords and the Commons.-- The strangers' gallery! was tilled up within a few minute's after" the doors- tvere opened. It was an' historic occasion, taken by many as marking a. definite cleavage in the constitutional-forms of the mother of Premier Asquith rising -to '-tense attention, regretted lay, in making; the standing ijrainst the, statement precedes it. "J lier Asouitli. announced that the wotiW? with un- ftcf'suhinia-ry.-'-procedure by texplainihg given an opportunity of discussing the whole .financial policy of the govern- ment" later date! "It, is the. in- tention of the he said, "to pass the essential features of the the income tax, tea duty and sinking fund'provisions, to remove the pauper disqualification for old age pension and dissolve parlia- ment Nov. 28, should the Lords in the meantime.. reject- the government's mi mm mm v -v 3.3, GREASERS. ON RAMPAGE JL OF WAGES Bl Paso, Texas, '.Nov. 17. Tne editor of the Hustler, "at Marathon, a small, town east of. El Paso, wired. -tonight: "Deputy at ilarfa .that an armed, band of sixty Mexicans -have crossed the' river .tnere .and on this town. .--Four scouts have a'lrtady started for the river, -and in the meantime the town officials, of Marathon are, organizing; an armed force to protect 'the "people." Bill is Introduced to The ature for Third Figures Reduced by. Over Eight Thousand Names Washington, The popula- tion of Greau'Tji'ailSi is 13 J48 T" lime a decrease" of compared with 1-1 930 in: 1900., in a statement said the, Great- Falls ;-returns as showed total of. 23 or. -more" "than. _-the correct count- Tha. director attributes the attempted Report Says ;6fc-IHvisMiS With Against .Land Water .4-K" ij.C-.unuJ; ol 12 enumera- tors of. the cent, ot whose returns, fraudulent. arraigned and two of -jail for H hours and each, while "A b i 48 hours and' C that the in-: creases were ohtaliied largely by tak'-- ing 4ihc "'transient visitors to the placed in thei hands ot the :'enurrferators fay private iitdividuals. 'The 'returns; show ;a decrease from the1 figures to 982, Mr. Dwancfe--contends that as [there was..fraud tiie 15JOO growth. of" is to "_H So Says Sarmiel Gornpers in Addressing Labor ;IVIen OE CRIME OTJ.-'W. lodge of and bill. The_.premicr also announc- ed that the government proposed next year to bring in a' bill' foi the pay- ment of members." The government thus has straight- ened up the House .of Lords, giving -that body the' choice between accepti- ing the government plan of reform for the upper house or an immediate dis- solution. Asquith referring to the abortive "Veto conference between the leaders of! .the government and its opponents, .said that when the House adjourned day 'afternoon after passing 'various- legislation of great benefit the or- der. The financial statement. sras .pre- sented and showed, a 'very" satisfactory state of, affairs. The "report" of Miles -VI. Damson, the most eminent, expert actuary on tlie American continent, vas read and showed that the finan- cial position of the grand. lodge, is un- assailable. According to the assess- labor, at. intervals hot exceeding four- teen "days -was introduced by Cha-ries tlie Socialist member. Prac- tically the; same.'hill, was "introduced more, than a year ago by Donald Mc: thfe .Labor m'ember from, Leth- and, it, has-been introduced, to- of the house.. The bill, will -ia've far .reaching effect if as it will-not only provide.'for-fort-, nightly .payment, instead-of towns in the "'province, .but will compel, .pay- ment of working men on -railways, extra gangs, section, gangs .and so forth on railways every fortnight instead-of -'once a month. Hon. Duncan Marshall's biil'rega'rd-' ing' the charges in land eorita led 'in. certain legal instruments, -was 'con- sidered in -the committee of the whole house, and will be considered'-, again- next week; -when a clause will be add-' ed providing the act shall not. appl-v to water agreements issued in con-, _ f now .in force, the i-ince to tlic 'Panama, Nov. Taft tonight effectually "disposed of the r port that the United States -was like- ly tp annex Panama. For Membership .Because of Tradition :and Social ;St.. Nov.-, Gom- pers -in.Ms-'speech'', at 'tbe banguet1 to- night" advocated: tlie .elimination of-ne- groes from unions.: He said: "There negroes :in the to my mind they, cannot all be. expected to understand the piiilosopny of 'human, rights. -not believe "tn it: they 'should be ...permitted to join pur unions, la'ck- be! most" knowledge, of. iux-' ions- foi-.an mores 'than, -two away'ffohi African viand and less thar i jCoy.: Candy vpaidftle-extreme pen- alty of. .the of .Cpnsta-bies. and' 4- ..O'Connell... iThe'' -feir.'at 7.50 ;v 3. ..Death was; 3 eous; 3. panied-.-by, 3. snowed.; no of ness as he. Twaike'd- to thV seaf- 3, loldypravelyv 1S4. newspaper dispatch that the corporations in'thV. so-called "window glass had t.a bv. msction with irrigated lands in "the tiie lodge is to be constitution was in July the conference hold twelve sitting. "I tlw mouthpiece of mv had already am ailc, as to insure its stability. Tnere will therefore be no question gf any crease in the assessment, upon which congratulated. The after a number of amendments, ratified. A campaign of j extension TV-HI be commenced under the able direction of Alexander Pratt, the newly appointed grand master! Tne.following officers were elected and installed: P. G-. 31.. E. W. Low; G. Alex Pratt: Grand Foreman, were of the opinion that; it would foe wrong at "that stage to break ofi the negotiations. Further sittings during the-recess and I am ashamed to confess that it was hoped to the last that such an agreement .would be reached. Never has there bmi a honejst arid sustained at- tempt by men ,ot strong and conflict- ing convictions to find a basis of agreement on which to build a struc- ture promising stability, .and endur- ance." in view of the failure of the confer- ence the premier said that it, would fee useless to attempt to hammer-out an agreement in the present parlia- ment to the accompaniment of the din of party 'collision. The result is that they'must revert to a state of war. Asquith said: "The Lords will be given'-an opportunity of saying "yes-" or "no" to .the.'government's Veto! biiFin the coming week. There is no j question of amendment or j tion. It is a question of acceptance or rejection. The time has oomc for this controversy which obstructs ihe whole path of progressive irsirJation to be'sent for final decision and ar- bJiramcnt to the national tr.'junai." Air. Asquith denied tho asserfon cf Conservatives that- t'.ie govern- acting under pies-.arc, Thisr. any; of th-em admit; does not' 'propose to, -build- G-. W.-line or to other company.." 4- as. to -what the to -do1 .with the- van- dividiially.. These fines in all. aggregated that war still living in central Oregon The, department tonight issued a statement, outlining..its ..view of, the matter and incidentally intimating that the reported action of the cor- porations, if "would indicate a very .mistaken leniency, on i he part of the court, which, it is would not be followed on anv similar This interpreted .here as indicating an intention to insist in similar cases .upon ia-ii sentences, rath cr than tines. FOREIGN OFFICE FLOODED Paris. Xov. River declare Hie claim is a just one iwiii testify for .Mrs. YVaite. -fell s and asain today yesterday, wnen-.the waters Seine, !ooded tlie sections of the TVie.n-.-one, or tie. member's ed.point.blank if the CuN'.R. this line bevoiid-' 'Morinvjfle um- -tq take the- u.r he said, "That's In.t-his regard it .might be-pointed'. out' that, the Morinville line "will up. tlie. country to tlic nortfe and west. 01 Edmonton, but does- not. open the X; water system of the The Evening.-. -tiye) says "The out Sifton has turned -down, tlic no'rth country. He proposes to.'aban- don the G-. W. Railway-entire-" ly, the deal that was really" rc'spdn-' sible for his appointment to appropriate for thL-con--, buildings: v .This is said on good aaj' to be the policy, of the premier regarding the'Alberta Great Water ways as he announced cus of Liberal members'at his: office in the government Buildings' 1ms night at which every member of-the-% party was present including Mr. Ruth.-; erford and'Mr. Cross. Just-when Premier-Sifton will T j VjUio personal-property was de- city filtered into the bassmenc of the -by the red men and the fnm- on the Quay De Orsa: j Orsay; Objects jily narrowly escaped with their lives. of value were nastily removed to the Although she is nearly ?.he four-score suriace. mark, Mrs. Waits jable hold on life. r.he four-score retains a remark- She has Jived in SUFFRAGETTES ARRESTED Un- London, Xov, THE HERALD'S aRCULAT Thousands of Dollars of Splendid Prizes tb'teGivfci Away --Four Passenger Touring Car-Trip to England and France-Other Valuable Prizes tbe leadership of Mrs. Emeline made an attack on parlia- soon after. .Uie-session, opened today. Twelve women and one man arrested when the disorder be- mit hfs policy to the house is a ques- tion, but it is, not likely to be until next week. _ A, lively'. debate will e thr. couclusion.of winch will see the vote.on the ques- tion, and if the vote sustains 'Sifton the entire matter will be finally clos- ed. H is undoubtedly the intention ,of Siiton to break the present, contract with W. R. As-a matter-of lact if -v- a question whether'- since VANCOUVE Clarke has defaulted on the payment of the interest On the-bonds the Sov- lernmcnt 'hare not -the right "to over the project, In any case before a -suit for damages could he- brought by Clarke in the event of the break- ing 01.the contract by the govern- ment, a fiat would have" to be secured irom the government itself, giving pp.r- mission to Clarke-to proceeo with'his {suit and it is of course, reasonable to suppose tnat a fiat would- never be granted Clarke. years seek higher honors and terest and some have expressed them- for .in as eager the to was significantly (The contest conducted by the Herald suggested at the .-last year was so eminently satlsfact- sesswn ot the fourth annual ory to everybody that there is a isthi j Y convention of tne British Columbia Conservative Association this gen- eral anticipation for this years event. The contest last year was a tremen- In of Lords! Lord fathered from all upwards of three Hundred j dous success, but this year's will sun parts ot pass it in every way. volve the dissolution of parliament !Cent 1o cabinet rank, and to was to attach too great importance- i do nis lllmost for the good' of British to the personalities of Ihoso who had i Colombia. The afternoon was chieflv prizes offered are exceedipgly McLaughltn- touring car is something worth hard, ft would pay a person to drop all other work and de- vote ail his time and. energy to the contest in order to get this auto. The to Paris. The difference between, these two grand prizes is merely-the differ- ence between travelling at home in one's own car and travelling abroad and seeing one of the greatest events of a decade, the coronation. with a specially conducted party. If the winner of the tour does 'not wish to take it, in cash will be giv-n instead. Vancouver, Xov. agreement as just entered into wherein' ic Dominion government tvi-Il These prizes will doubtlsss attract U'c Drydock and Shin- a large number of contestants. There I buildine Co. to tho extent of The contest is so arranged that both j is small, about this contest. It! cent.' DOUBT AS TO'GUILT London. Nov. the whole'of" Hie says the covering Jet- ter accompanying- r.hc Crippen petition I which Newton and Co. presented to- jday to the home secretary, "have been snusi- obtained spontaneously and in no w.-iy canvassing' or anyiaing of that we venture to think thai a van- of these grand prizes cannot go to successfully conducted the campaign last year. is in charqe is addi- icadc .him feel that the failure of ihr- only in tfte selection of second vice-president, with Osborne Plunkett of confcrr.Dce in one sense made it pcrativc that they should apwal iand. Mayor Lee of Xew Westminster" tie country. rivals in candidacy pleasure. But some no doubt .would even pre- fer the second prize, the trip to Eur- ope to see the coronation, spend three weeks in England and take s side trip i same district. The one who gets the most votes has the choice of the two, and the other goes to the person in the other district having the high- est number of votes. This is eminent- ly fair and guarantees one of the two big prizes to each district. Tne Herald has arranged that the :rip to Europe may be most enjoyable, f a 'lady wins the European tour prize] she can go if she wishes with a com- pany of others from Saskatchewan. The party will be well conducted and j nominating the successful" contestant! the tour will be made thoroughly en-j Read the conditions of the contest as joyable, in If.a'-gentleman given on another pane and get into wins the tour, he can go.-'if .he wishes, (the game. company climated cost for twenty- Consideration inat the build the dry dock at on Burrard Inlet, rhe is big enough to be a challenge to. the intelligence, industry and effort of any I one. The Herald by its contest last! year established a'record that insures Roclle Poim- absolute satisfaction to the contestants j Dominion government to h-ive Mr: C' E-DyCe' who for all Canadian or British jval government vessels. Construction tional guarantee that everything will to COIlimcnce within six months and be done in the right way. large num-ber ot serious thinking peo- ple nave a very strong fcelinp that v.-hatever suspicion this caso may of- rer, the certainty of guile has not been proved against oiir The Herald is now receiving nom- inations for candidates. There is a good reward offered to the person The that to bo completed by. Dec.- no estimator! cost is the annual subsidy will in the nei- gubornood of Thompson and "Secretary Frank Ben- netr. ,Ir. signed for the oompany, Kosi- deni Kn.ciriPor G. T. Keeier. jinjj the ff COLUMBUS WINS DERBY CUP RACE Derby, Knglanci. .Xov. Der- by cup Handicap o.f pounds at. cue mile ami six furlongs, was won todr.y ;jy Major three- year-old colt. Colnmbus, 10 to. 1. Merry 'J'ask. lOu to 12, was.second, and Ac- curare, A i.o 1. third. Also-rans Includ- ed Declnrp. Highness. l.aar Call, The Valeta, and Haniniontou. roy- ;