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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume III. 12 PAGES Lethbridge, Alta. Tfeursday, November 24, 1910 'S BILL ing Immig ration Regulations Fifty Dollar Clause SOME USEFUL BILLS Col. HughesScents a Lack of Patriotism in The DEATH OF LEADING. CONSERVATIVE Vancouver, born pro-, minent Conservatives of ..Brit- ish Columbia, here .-this afternoon. at- tended the provincial conven- tion of' Cohs'ervatives last week and caught.. "wnich developed into' pneu- monia, from which, he, died. At last'week's convention he was elected vice-president. He was a son-in-law; of Henry Abbott, for many years! gen- eral the Canadian div- ision. SUESMRlp FORMMAGES Ugly Charge'-Against- a Wealthy Man by Eng- lish the house opened Mr. Martin member for a Montreal division, introduced an Railway Bill to provide 'for the fortnightly payment- "of employees.' Mr; Demers introduced his- bill -which was" left over from, last session to give the; shareholders .ci banks .more control and'to provide for government-Inspection of hank-s. 1-1. -H. .Grey, re-introduc- ed his bill by which mortgages rcay be paid .off before they are due by gir- ting one month's notice. A bill to amend .the .Companies Act so as to compeL all ecmpanies to furnish state- ments ".to their'.shareholders was in- ,_ produced-by S: Sharpe Kegma, of ten Hon. Prank Oliver in reply to a dollars are claimed by an question-by. Alex. Haggart of 'Win- Walter- :that-' the 'Tribune of Win- ijarsoil> 'against, a well-to-do farmer in. error when it stated or .the named '.Andy that Mr, Hutching, of-Winnipeg 'was for'alleged'-adultery Canada- workmen -alienation required-in his. factory because 'of whose suit is now be- Alien .and Immisra- counr before tion laws: %Tlie- article stated Mr with Hutchings 'would be willing; to ad- ,1s vvas employed by Coulter On vancc -the immigrants s at Francis, Mrs. ivlarson and Coulter, it. is -al- from "during, a :-iff and the Miv'Oliver .said'-'that the Tribune misinformed.. If. Mr. Hutching ,rlox 4V 'Oi Subsequently chose to advance the monev. to. meet.' Mrs' Marson left her, ..husband.-and PREMIER SIFTON THE TABLED Guarantee of Bonds is Company FailfedidiPay Interest and Construct Line-Money toed into Public Revenue Fund-Pay Overdrafts, BuM C. P. R. BUY OFFICE'' SITE IN: EDMONTON" EDMONTON, NOV. AF- TERNOON THE PREMIER LAID ON THE TABLE A BILL ENTITLED "AN ACT RESPECTING THE -BONDS GUARANTEED'FOR THE ALBERTA AND ".GREAT WATERWAYS RAIL- vVAY CO., BEING AN ;ACT TO SPE- CIFY" CERTAIN DEFAULTS OF.THE RAILWAY AND THE CONSEQUENT RIGHTS OF THE PROVINCE." TEE OF THEIR; BONDS IS CANCEL- LED AND is TRANS; FERftED EN.UE OF TO" Tttlf PUBLIC REV- PROVINCE TOTAL AM- OUNT OF BE- PA1D. TO CLAIM OR WITH- TJON OF NEW TELEPHONE LINES, ROADS :AND ABRIDGES, AND THE COMPLETION OF; PUBLIC BUILD- INGS. .IN THE ORDINARY COURSE OF E.VENTS THE! MONEY, .WOULD HAVE HAD TO BE BORROWED FOR -SE1SQFF; COUNTER-LTHESE PURPOSES. DEDUCTION WHAT-1 TO BE EVER. SO ENDS.HE ALBERTA THE BILL IS VERY BRIEF, BUTj GREAT WATERWAYSiRAILWAY. TOMORROW THE PREMIER WILL MAKE A SPEECH-'ON THE SECOND MATTERS Oi- "GREAT 4MOMENT ARE CONTAINED. IN A NUTSHELL THE BILL MEANS THAT BY REA- SONTOF ITS. DEFAULT OF PAY- MENT OF THE INTEREST AND OF. THE CONSTRUCTION OF ITS LINE BY THE A. W., THE GUARAN- READING OF-THE BILL AND WILL LIKELY EXPLAIN THAT THE MON- EY USED- FOR THE PAY- MENT OF OVERD.RAFTS AT THE BANKS AND; FORCTHE CONSTRUC- Edmonton, Nov. W- Peters of the C.' kbday bought, a central ...site: tor ;..tne -J. new railway ottice: .j, Jasper Avenue for 4 from K. M.'McJLeod: It has a .irontage of fifty feet, m'airing- the price :per robt front- 4 age. 'McL-eod bought '.the- tendi 4. ago-for Peters announced- that plans .f. 'are now; being prepared .for Jeme of oo-opcratus which-Vv-ouid- fo existed uith-a mateitaL STUDENTS' DEMONSTRATIONS IN ST. PETERSBURG St. Petersburg. Nov. dinary precautions were taken todav say anything which might be- regard-. IQ deal with the f-'llua- to Parent makine demon- ed.as Dreiudicial to iho. case. l.lon-. J f.ess censorship is stricU and -as prejudicial to the. case. "If. she is. not considered a desir- able aliefl, the woman can easily be kept out of the country, despite' the the details of the trouble canmt be cabled'at this time. It is oiiV.ially statcd that the trouble is ;.ot of not guarantee that the cotmtr'y would j he said have an opportunity "of 'discussing If a sentence ot fact that the En-lish courts acquitted Character and should ric- her of being aii accomplice of Dr. i SCTloefI as mutinJ' among ill- -ailors. -uX It was to nnfnrw fAnr-oucmnc; strations against capital punishment. The bridges le'adihg from' the univer- sity quarter to the city were closed. Home Rule for Scotland and Ireland before they were discussed'in parlia- ment. Edmonton, Nov. 33. Following The charter was introduced what was one of the hottest lights ever put up over a railway charter the Alberta Legislature the "way yesterday over a char house last week and gives the the right under th-e name of the Can- adian Northwestern, to build a line from near Stettler to Brazeau nnal SHOULD MAKE EXAMPLE OF THE VANDALS -Messrs. Skeith and Tilley have writ- ten the Chief of Police complaining of tae vandalism that is rife, in the shape ,of windows in empty houses being broken. "We have several houses in to the our cnarse that are they say, "and. almost invariably the windows nave been broken by some one who made it their business to break them." Tney urge that some person should be "'ii-r to grant tne rignt to the u.N.K. j fields via Rocky Mountain House. The construction of the Braseau raihray company had t Branch irom btcttler, Alberta Cen- j a Dominion chaner for thig J j bv the c tral' representatives who' have blocked the construction of the line since the first secured the charter at j Dominion Railway commission' refus- Ottawa, succeeded in securing permis- ed their approval of the plans never- O An "f J7 _ i it __ ____ ___ jt tn example Tbe the ones are DUnch are tMs appeanng Wore tlle delinfluent deportation -is pass i political character and should tic- police and several regiments''of 'infantry and Cossacks cleared Novsky i-Tospect of would-be demonstrators. irom that the revolt u. LiCi "lO PaOO I'4 1 ed upon her it probably will be on I the administration of Presi- the ground tlui-t .she crossed the was.made, lantic, to whom she was not married, i Some men of the navy have been The method which would be followed 't agitating for more pay." They also would be the same as in any ordin- objected to the infliction of punish- ary case." Supposed io Have Sailed Quccnstown, Nov. youna; wo- man supposed to be Ethel Clara" Len- eve boarded -the steamer Majestic. when the vessel touched here todav j was killed. Following the fight- boonci for York, -sh-' njutin- emphatically denied ihis identi'fica- m-nfl frtl- tion. Those in close touch with Leneve say she IK still in England, remaining in seclusion to avoid annoyance n.V- sulting from rhr. unpleasant notoriety ment on sailors, and the matter came to a head yeste: y, when two of the bigger warships were turned upon (heir superiors. H is reported that the captain of the Mineas Get- SNOWSLIDE WAS ACT OF PROVJDENCE--' Seattle, Nov. avalanche at Veilington, last carried the Great Northern pass nger train into a gulch and killed 31 was an act of providence gainst wnich -the railway company, ould not guarantee, according to'-a' ecision handed down by. Superior Judge Black at Everett today. He-de- clared against the R. M. viile, a passenger "who vsued -for the- value of a lost frunlc. The is protecting- its, tracks by. the construe-, tion of concrete snow sheds. RELATIONS .Mel-bourne. Nov. ray and bis colleagues in the-cabinet" entertained D'Arcy Tait at a farewell parliamentary when cordial speeches were made disproving the'- rumors repeatedly denied that A number or persons were injured but Taifs retirement was hastened 'by 71 ATI a ._- .1 _'_ _ none friction with, CONSFRVATfVFS f 1 i I IJjJ for increased- pay and the aboli- tion of corporal punishment ;vnd then gained as a friend of Dr. Crippen. sion to carry their fight to the com- mittee of'the whole house, the bill in the meantime is being referred ro the whole house by the railway con-mit- further hearing ot protests against it. There, will probably a division on _ the bill when it is "finally theless, the const-ruction of the road was proceeded with this summer un- der the Dominion charter. Now the C.N.R. wishes to secure a provincial charter which will allow them to build the road. The bill was WARNED AND LET GO W. Mike Punch and Uaigon Purich appeared at the police court this morning charged with dis- charging fire arms within the city limits', -Tne Chief of Police said he dav afternoon, but on the arrival of considered in the house. The discussion at, times j the Alberta Central officials "in tae usual equanimity of the commit- city on Monday afternoon, the1 to the Railway Committee Fri' Purposed withdrawing the case as the tee and hot arguments took in the Alberta Central people claimed they had prior right ;o the choice of the route, in which Wm. Short, the C. N. R. solicitor, the 5J bill was held over that the Railway Com- mittee might hear their protests. The Alberta Central people are ask- ing that the C.N.R. be coir.pelled to change their route to pass within 15 1 ft It fcjV JJrtOO VVtL'lllii J ij caarged Alterta Central was real- miles of their own line instead of par Jy owned by the Canadian Pacific rail Plans were.submitted to the, way which charge was denied by R. committee showing the location of granting a charter for a line for which 60 miles were already built and for the Dominion Railway com- mission had refused approval of plans and would further be granting bond- ing power of a mile for a line .the greater portion of which would cost that amount, alternative route for the C.N.'R. north of Snake Lake. As the lines arc at present both rim south of Snake Lake. Carlylc Moore, of Red Deer, who presented the case for the Alberta Central, stated that his company was the first on the ground, therefore cu- litled to the cho'ica of the route. complaining witness did not want to appear. One of the Purichs admitted firing the shot, saying he did not know IN DELEGATION Ottawa, Nov. are made for a monster delegation of farmers to meet the government on December IGtli. the matter of lowering r.lie tan ft will be discussed. withdrew with tneir captured battle- ships in the outer harbor. The inutin eers expect congress to pass a mea- sure granting amnesty. It is believ- ed if this is done the trouble will .be at an end, should congress refuse the- subsequent attitude of the mutineers is in doubt. The situation is tense and there is considerable anxiety among people of this city. London, -Mineas Ger- eas is'the first of the three Dread- noughts built for Brazil by an English firm from English- designs as a cost of two million dollars apiece. The Sac has also been handed over to the Brazilian authorities and it ap- pears as if the crews of these two Jeviathians have .revolted. The third Edmonton, Nov. spite of the t tion who said the best r-esource the lact that Brarriey Moore, mover of province could have was its fine qua'l- ine resolution on natural resources, j ity of citizenship, te develop which' conseaied m the legislature, yester- j the province sliould have control of people that. _ its iamis and the class the resolution, the Conservatives will j settled upon them. The Socialist-' was a quest ion -on which the. people j vatcci, of the province should know where ev i O'Brien ways not be ele It is said That there will be a. thousand ship, the Rio De Janerio. has not yet farmers present, six hundred of whom been taken over by Brazil. The noi" wili come from ihe wcsr. The house it was against the law. All three men will probably adjourn in order that were warned by the magistrate nor Uie .members may hear the represen- to use ttreir guns inside the city orjtations made as well as the members tney would get into trouble. iof the government. CHINESE POLICEMAN ma! complement of these two battle- ships would be about 000 each, includ- ing officers and men. but it is possible thai only skeleton crews were aboard at the rime of the trouble. The naval construction programme of Brazil ere- -J. -J. ated an immense furor in inter-nation- was inclined to wander from "his subject and dwell at, consid- the debate, sollowine; able length on the principles of soc- spceches oy O'Bru-.n and lalisra in rrfat-ion to the government- and likely others will follow Bennett j which, he said did not exist where" and likely others will follow Bcniwtt this aiternoon. _ J ihcre was true libcrtv iu that word Obnen saiil DP. not any alone implied. Somebody to govern rmu-Ks made by -Hoafllcv, of Okotoks, i and someiody to be governed in reply to his (Mr. O'Brien's) state- j Patterson Followed ments in the debate on tin- speecti Patterson, who followed thft that since the suh- THREATENS- MURDER j.x. BANK CLEARING Winnipeg, Nov. Hi. the lo-j-f HOUSE RETURNS cal Chinese police officer, vas bound-! over to keep the peace today, it was snown in the police court- yesterday U- tnat he had threatened to km a bro- Hr ending; this mornin tiler Celestial who alleged that Lee -J- had received money from a Chinese I gambling joint. 'This angered Lee. 4. Tne Leth bridge clearing House figures for the week were a! when it was announced, it came just after the startling exploita- tion or the .origina; British Dread- by Anx-rican immigration offic- ials in strmr.iinp the tide of immigra- tion from the states. -sidy received from the Dominion of lands of the prov- O'Brien said he nov bv ince retained by the Dominion that it t an; j should be utilixrri in thn ijnproi'ement' means opposed to but i of-roads and bridges. The, number for thai under the present Mucleod cornpareri 11 m province to a young-'man'just coming of age. The of the farmers uninviting. To young man in question would ap- OOK into souitt the provinces whicn his father and ask him for his have control or tneir resources, said share ol the i-siatc, in lieu of that his .present social system such rendered the con- bigger displacement, heavier armour and more twelve inch guns apiece. In fact at I he time of her commission the .Mineas Gereas was the most powerful >fi "righting unit afloat. O'Brien, wouhi show what cffecl such i t-ihcr upon the work- J Mm rr sses as conditions there were j would him a portion of land for- p.- for his labors he a portion of the pro- no bci-ter anywhere else. There lits. That, was the position of Al- Avcre uist many men -seeking to ben a looar nnd Patterson mainta'in- sell labor, jnsiras many out of em-1 cd the province should demand Us ployment and just ax man rirawing i and control them itscK since poor j'cforrrfl to thr reraarlcs of the leader of tin; opposi- iL had come oi .age. oniinned on page ;