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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Big Assemblage at the Proceed- Men Present PRAISE FOR MINISTER Largest Initial Attendance of Any of the Schools in the Province (Special lo Hie Clarcbliolm, Nov. 20.-That Hon, Duncan Marshall's polity ot ajricul- lur.J eds.cat on is a complete anil gra- tify og success was1 evidenced last uiglit by the attendance and hearty applause ot eight hundred .peo- ple al the- ollicial opening "of the Meeting Tonight In ..THE CENTRAL SCHOOL at 7.-15 Spoken: G. M, HATCH D. KINO J. F. HAMILTON Ladies Cordially Itwilcd Sensational Case at Macleod j Ends in Verdict for the Plaintiff Maclco-J, Nov. conclusion ot big case whkb has disturbed Hie of tl.e cilizcus uf Macleod lor the past came at noon Tuesday, when aller j two ho'irs' deliberation -the jury I brought in a verdict granting the CENTRAL SCHOOL AND plaintiff, the costs of ti.e case and FIRE HAUL Former Premier Celebrated the Ssventy Second Annivers- ary of His Birth Former Fire Chief Acquitted of the Charge of Bribing Police Chief UNE IN ATKINS OPENS BURGMANN'S Ottawa, Ont., N'ov. Wil- Mediclno flat, Alta. Nov. frid Laurier Is today quietly celebrat- ter a lasting all day, and ot ling'his J2nd birlUay at liis Wa11cr Turner, of tledcliff. S formerly fito chief, of the town, was ami at his ol.ee ,n the House of lhc Commons building. The es-preraicr CWcf ccnftatiti Sullivan and received messages of congratulations. Constable ot by from His Majesty the King, ar.d his offering them 5120 a montli Central School Audi o.ium Thronged With Citizens Interested in the Municipal Hardie, A. M. Grace, Senator De Vcber and W. C. Ives the Chief. Defends His Admin- Paid to Arthur Reid Packed lo capacity with stand- ing lor over two hours down the aUU-s and otxupying nearly every available foot of room the meeting in sure, in supporting Mr. Hardie (oft mayor. SENATOR BUPl'OHTS .Senator De Veler was the first JN j SJSO.GO less {165.CD '..he i sneaker ar.d alter paving his compli- to Central bst. Dlght in the mtnls crpliincd tha j 0( tne citizens' ticket Intho i which Dr. .Mooney performed la Jan- uary ami which Spetxer alleged re- 1U------.... -r......c, '-mm- will ho m..rn sailed in permanent injury to his school. The Jj" XotwKtoUndin, the .not marked the beginning o a nf M. lh 0 c 0 f that oi damages asked new era along the lines ci asricullur- and Ham" fon 55000, fho verdict ca.ne as a o ca-Lcaton in Canada. Aiterta leads wjll k ,se t lhe u fia f the Uoniinior, ,n bu system olram. Sollth Lcthblid who in j..E, ..men ".c sc.er.ce- -of lt.is illai M Kj casa f.jn.. cspcctEd lne esoaralioB o! farming to the very door of tno far- ha3 his MeMan doctor. The latter has already nicr, froving by actual demonsira- a number of. cl] jmf entered ah appeal -to the supreme, ion that the principles are. j, Adara Ja6u conrl> as he telaKS that Ite Purchase of Ihe indus- of whom were L S 7 f F site. .unskilled in medicinal lore, could not knowledge sort .the stall to apply it. I Mt. P. c. Aiki wh is bc problems Tr.e exercises were cornnj.ncr !nriit .rfl oper. hia medical rive years ed at 8 o'clock when Mayor Holmes campaign will f mating to'master. 5 gave a brief address expressing his.malfs Atkins Is a forcible i adclrr-sses to the jurv hrarir approval ot he work, and jhere-. wln., 'which fcok up nearly the "-hole o! and InttoJucinEthe :sometaj s-aid wcl, worth M03day aftfrnoon w'ctc regular mas- S II J f Atkins is being given strong sup- of oratory, both llwyers cx- in tlE lL 'S fS Mackod-In his the.cabinet members- present. .Dr. men's Ckii- Huh Tory, president of tha Alberta.Uni-' 1B .versily, Dr. Coffin, principal of the .Calgary- Xormal J. P- Me- Arthur; M.I'.l'. Gleicliec, J. A.'-ilii- .iNmushtoa, WrniMoffalt, JI.P.P. Clare'sh'oim, and'NHci" tilt- 'inger, winner of the sweepstales -for wheat at the Canada Land and- Applo -Show at among the prominent public men of THAT'S THE OPINION OF SIR HUD. In both parties of politics, the desire to ei- Belleville, Out. press good .washes is quite as evi-! PatricX Sullivan, formerly chief o! the Yutoji, Thomp- I police, will be Iriod tomorrow the speakers had visited the school In the afternoon; n'hen classes in atl the departments, were- in' operation, so they knew whereof they spoke, when they pronounced this school 'a grand tucccsa. 'Hon. C.-' H. Mitchell was the first speaker. He received an ova- tion which slowed that the farmers appreciated the work he was doing on the roads in their district. .Mr. Milcliell thought the province should he congratulated on. the wotk of its Minister of Agriculture. He hid evolved the idea. Tie' work rep- resented mote than an cil, he said. JlrJ Marshall had in- inu Campbell, who Mooney, dealt comprehensively'with the evidence and placed great striss on the conscientious manner in which his .client-had always performed-hit whHe--Mr. Macleod branded Mooney as a.niai who had soiiEbt'.io njainta'n his professional at I tte expense, of.KrirnrerV life, -for' a time trie veritable .-battle of wits bttwren tbe SON'S BAY -'RAILWAY Montreal, Nov.- an interview regarding tia" possibilities of the Hud-1 son's Day route and also Iho Panama' Canal, Sir William' Van. Homo ci- preBsed the oplnlofl that while'tho Panama etna) ought to be good for nritish Columbia Umber' trade, he did not think tbiil Canadian .whe'al would f be seat br (to eanal route. VH would bu he declav- 't' ed. hour, it .was evident lo'.lhe crowds that Ihronccd the court room and the corridors without, that the'sii iur- ors enviable GET GAS CONNECTION NOW-i. Ctlizens who intend -burn-'. ing sas this season, should A have connections made at once, as connections can "not son, M- P. has wired his good wishes, Iho.-Literal chifls ajid licuieaants hare all expressed leaHy and Joj'aHy, while, messages were received from many, members of psiliamrnl ivho'sil and the left of tbo speaXer. forgery and administering au ontti without legal authority. The case arises from when clilef of police using the name of Magistrate Henderson o! Reddjff on a warrant, and wearing out the warrant without having authority. Message'Read No Hinfol Defiance but Rather of Internal Warring Factions So (he May be Preserved Without Outside Interference augiirated Ih'o system, and had put Moreover, Sir William slated hia it 'nlo operation, ind everyone should belief that not more than twenty car- give it support, because it is of great soea of Canadian grain would be car- A _ educational the- ried out by the Hudson's Bay- routo JS'ushingtoa, D.C., Nov. message, which, was read In per- son' totthe Meiicitn concreeK ii as follows: accordance wftb the cousUtu- tional provisions relative 'to the mat- ter, ft is the duty of the chief execu- tive lo Inform the congress of na- every year of the status if of public affairs. This provfolon har- tf ing. been compiled'with by means of be made after the float gets -J.'tbe extensive report I reid1 In this inlo Ihe ground. i chamber on September IS.laal, H can Is only a beginning, however. twenly ycars.-: Mitchell was so'lafccn by the success J. Sir William, hoiroter, declared he ach'cved so far Ihat'he pred'deil a 1-was in favor of building raJ-IU increase. In the attendance and Hallway. V lo see Ihe schools scatleted throughout the .province, nilhin a LORD NOT- RESIGNING government. He congratulnted the ro-nister on his achievement.'lie em- phasized the practical of Ihe these hoys were'receiving. The domestic science training for th or e girts WAS the most sensible thing in education. There should be a purpose in any- system of cduratiou, he said, and it appeared that Alteila had started out with the right system, he mentioned the Bit- ter school. Btnnts ar.d said that the chjccl.of.fl'.e government .was lo pay (hem in proportion to the need, schools receiving more propor- tionately Irian flic mlan.-Mr. B6yle closed by piedlcting that within a (Continued page tho chairnunahip1 of-lho shipbuilding and engineering lirm of llarland Wolff. NATAL SITUATION .IS MUCH IMPROVED' London, N'ov. situ- atlon In Natal, where an up- ff rising of Hindus was feared, developed no dangerous feat- believed tbnt. the movement will collapse. .5. CORKER ON PO3TOFFICE BUJLO. ING WHO FRACTURED SKULL- FROM FALL liurdetf, N'ov. bual- sale was lo lake placo al s'jvcn o'clock ness lots in Hie new lownsifc of Fore-: i.ist nlghl., ft EO happened however mosl, 50 mllea east of Stirling on the that he sat al the aide.of lie door line, were sold which hinges. This morning about al the public auction sale hertj today, seven two Koremosl men came Most of these were bought by anil posted themselves at the- side men ot Foremost who have been pa-' closer lo the door handle. :A mild i llcnUy Awaiting the saic for the past' acuffto. c-nsiied In wlileh the Oulsider Ibo coroner's jury find that Ernest Stanley rarho to death' tram a fracture of tlm skull caused by fall.of Elxlecn feet." Such the verdict of thi coron- er's Jury hro'jghl down at (he Inouest .jithls afternoon into the death of Em- A eat Stanley, Ihe stonecutter who fell j_.'cn Afondaj-.ivtiifne ori the post office. without having onre regained con- sciousness. The funeral be held on Snlurday afternoon from Fellerly's underiatlng parlors. at Ihls aflcrnoon's in- quest were C. J. Eckstorm, foreman and Mcsfra. Morris, Woods, J. Slowar't, Crawford and A. Mutton. The.witnesses called were Messrs W. Lloyd, Pearson. Geo. Woodward employees on tho "building and Dr. Levering, who attended the dtceased. OF six or more. These men enlcr-' came oul best, losing tli'j lols cd Inlo an nmfcable agreemenl and he bad picked. secured cnolc'j buslnefs lols without Vo'remost will bidding against -No re. Bldentlal lols were aoIJ. Theyvaro be- ing held 1300 each for 60-foot lots'. Ono ouUIdcr'Who wna out to gel a be a buay plritp for the neil fen- months. 'All tlib business men irho-bovght today ara. prepared to. luiilil immcdialely.' H, will bo the end of tlic steel on the west end imll! lon of Ihu lino is' .completed. of the choicest lotn lost a'il.-f conilriicllon of Ihe jfo. flatlonod blmeolf al ihe door ot'and Leihhrids'j coi Uie Uur'dclt Land Agency, where nexl >ear nncctei with Wey- WAS. EMPLOYEE LETHBR1DOE_ X'clson, B.C., Nov.- Schull, bookkeeper for; 'dho'' 't now be understood thai tnis brief mes- rage'shoutd be limited lo give you an account of. the political events which have taken place since October 10 last, lo this significant date, in whicb by virlue of the solemn promise 1 have made before the nation and Ihe world, the country is resuming course under the straight and Inflexi- ble provisions of fundamental aofDst Ihe. executive- whose action urgently and decisively needed at moment, the aforesaid assem- bly endeavored to prevent and de- fraud systematically, there being nothing to dissuade Us anti-patrlollc purpoiea, nolwitbstandins that to em- barrass the action .of the executive meant to. dace In danger the life of Ihe courilry Itself. The executive was not lacking In the foresight mention- ed atove, but rather, understanding al oncet the results of the rule of action adopted by the House, 'all care n-as taken to avoid conflicts and fo pre- serve a perfect intelligence yith the legislative that all the efforts of the 'government would be Ira practicable -without It, making allowances contrary to Its rights and prerogatives on more than one occa- .and employing Tcpentcdly ten- tative 'efforts to obtain closer rela- est as the. men. Time doesn't ..-.urn js it not a feet that you to be any doubt but thai lhc women j tha, js most are to the polls and tliat their votes are going lo tell mightily in deciding the issue. Ex-.Mavor Oliver presi'V'd dangerous man in the city of Leth- bridge." Senator De Vebcr "Did I observe that to voul" and wasted no time in re-j Jfines .iYra; ant) to a dozen marks. The speakers were .'.11 in- j0tjjPrs on cd a good bearing, the only Vebcr lion being when Senator De Velicr then repeated lie Mr.- Hardie until oth- was speaking, Mr. J. 0. Jones refused to run, then ho ing one or two questions designed to' supported "Mr. ifardie as much the question the senator's loyally of a bad Mayor Hardie. Mr. Jones "Do you-personally re- Mr. Arthur Grace made his first cotmncml Mr. Hardie as the best mffl pearance and also.madc a nne impres-: t0 votc for sioii. He was given a very hearty re-1 'Senator De Veher the lot now ceptidn. Mayor Hardie is improving with ei-1 Verirnce and is becoming quite a fin-1 Senator Ue Yel.er: "I most cer. ishsJ campaign talker.- He made (Applausel. splendid speech, with the eiceplion oE! pxnrTin a few minutes towards close, when he indulged in.personalities ut the eipense o' Mr. FACETIOUS MOOD I --Mr. was next inlroduc- r He said the' electors-are- worship has for ,0.conMc.ili lnree mjn' thc- Mr.-ttilson similarly attacked, -him conUol o( an corrora. from the same platform at a previ- ous meeting. ever, to intimate that the man the street considers "the score even and would prefer to hear ci issues discussed. tion. ol He would not vote for any on thrte -men- on iht on convinced "that lie VTBK voting for the candidates ottering. Mf'n prbmi- 1VIC ncnt on-botli sides of politics had Mr. C. Ives was-given lac politics approached him with the earnest rc- a very nucst tnaj partjr politics be kept cut the contest so that- commission fair ut of i say- t.'C IVJUfJI. Itllttlf t, marks about candidates for lne first' government would be givi eommissiojership were'cmoyed with the.undivided supper merely. Mr., Ives put so much' pleas- th, citr, liad 7 J" a ing tliat politics figured lamly in good deal of the sting o the satire. pa5st two elections and it Mr. Oliver in opening the aieetin-, it bard to get away" esprcssed his p eisuic stithts atlcr.d- ttom. Mr. -Iras then told of having ance, -anrt csBec.'allj- ths large ttenJ- wilh w. A once ol hdies. He was to the M.p., as a man on tho commission form of sidc, and ,nat gentlernan had now that the people have so over- earnestly joined in th! wish that the-principle he party politics he eliminated from the-' call, and nimity lled "a en _- ora tha (call was sent fo show how rfprei assured the electors that when Mr. hare been fooiish to have i Ueid returns from lit! triple will be .general public meeting. Mr. Ives thti a stronger and better man.than ever, read the list of names lo whom thi Everyone knew his.ability and tions between the Iw'o powers, which charter of Ihc republic; and this wlih- (Contmued on Page to slaughter and pillage, and the law. In Justice and the He hail.aso.great Dlea- fs stiff lo regretted, to the work of fare of the country. tlietr "fnthwland, _so of oiir political structure hating as a debilitated arid Im- perfect equilibrium, poverished, It should submit to the of Ihe constitution mftrked for 'each power the proviso, of ,lhelr power and The very moment that any of. the three powers ahbuld go beyond the boundaries lim- iting their activity, the province Of aclng tho -lite itself of the political danger's from" abibacl, and without re- striction. "The present moment Is extremely folemn and perhaps welfare of the nation. Not only the eyes, of fifteen mltUon Mexicans, but traneh of the Taylor illrecllon since the last day In.Sep- _ charactc-r wan terise .-apd alarming from begin. nlng.thal the course of events could be. easily forecasted. "I-refer, to the attitude, which H, in-the memory of all he. invddert, Ihe equilibrium would bo Ihorc1 ofp tho arc deeply disturbed and constitutional jal lhls upon us. Your al- funcllons would be allered, thus men- and -your action shall inform acting tho llfo Itself or Ihe political oar clitans and .future, gencra- e.late, nnd unless thai [respasElng pow. llMa liave right on ncllng er be brought without delay to Its ei- elusive province oi action, it hag oc- casioned wllhln the other powers in- vaded a defensive reaction, the vigor of....... lo the gravity or frequency fractions, the acllon which necessary and heeauee wllh- oul it the eon'tltutlonal would deflnlteiy dlEappear. situation appcn.red before the country and the government under my (be Instead men a i mu Vlgui which Is and must be proportional fwlmR shou i the gravity or frequency of. the hi. 'i Milling aiiil Elevalor Co." of LethbrMje, was .'arrested .'t> day, 'charged wllb embezzling Iho firm's' money. Somo JI200 are s.iid fo have been taken lii small frnns extending' sorrto ii'tr v 4 v i, the of. Ihe honso ty above all bjse intCT-csts of merit; or If, on Ibe contrary, of that alHtiulc cf Intense na- have ceded and Interests worthy (Continued on page oi-reprejeiitillvts, n-lilch In front I.ethliridac, for legal work in connec- orer liie'otitir tut preforible I 't 10 PAY! LEGAL Magr.ilh, N'ov. that Ihc case was then in Ihe the Mayor Iliric carried Ihe pui'l hall case .court ami the only course to tak-i.tvas to th; district cpurl without the con-, to see it.through: A resolution wa's sent- of Ibe majority ol the 1013 couh-1 finally placing the Councillor 11. L. .lensfn at the ol the 1913 council. There was a ing ol Ihc council last night asked division .wlicn. the vole was cast, the mayor lo make good bis pledge, Aldermen tlcatnershtw, 'Jenssn, Chip- ol last spring lo Hie effect that it and Matkin, aye. Aldermen Bn-' town lost tbe suit he would hear the "id Marker, nay. The new li-- cxpcnsc ot the castT -It-came like akfnse bylaw levying a license ol llfia bolt from lhc Ibe. reading nl "a but .'with ihe bond section eliminated, wit lead and duly pass- ed, tbe mnrshall hein4' instructed (o proceed to.collect Ihf. license (or tho' remainder ol the year.' HEAD-ON COLLISION Washington, N'ov.' passenger-wag seriously- arid five ottiers slightly Inland on collision early todav at S. the Southern finilway. accSid'- ing to fo headfiuartcra 'of company tcta. 'X-' bien instituted !0l2 (jiineil. Their action, 'rc- the but ;