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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, November THE LETUBRIDGE DAILY HERALD IOHN S. EWAHT URGES ESTAB- LISHMENT OF CLUBS TO CAR- RY OUT NATION IDEA KOmonloD, Nov. S. Swart, K. C., wlio addressed tho Can- idlan club here fa widely known as :he auiiior of "Tiie Klugdora A REMARKABLE INSTANC, f ROM A MINING COMMUNITY IN FRANCE .lie flUlUUl UL 1UC n which ho discusses the question ol L-a.mdlau Eoverel5nly. Mr. Bivart a IIIumbw ..._ no abould. t las been following out this Hue of tiiouRht and has been "seckiug to ed- ucate others to his own beliefs 1or i number of years. At firat lie pur- sued his lu a ralhcr desul- tory fashion, but eventually decided lo cryslal'ze fils policy In published form. Sixteen issues o: Kingdom Papers have already appeared and others will "follow as Mr. Ewart finds timo ami opportunity. He defrays postage on their distribution and fs 'glad to the names of persons uho woulj like to read them. Form Kingdom Clubs. More recently he. has Ml upon the ftlea of forming Kitfgdom Clubs, whiHi are to hG local centres of cation along Lhe UneB advocated by lilm. Tbe first of these duhs has just IJEDU organized In Vancouver, where Mr. Kwart fourd a lofly of on- ttiusIaBtfc followers. These clubs are not to ho In'any way rivals of I'Riiailian Clubs, with -which .Mr. Kwarl In hearty sympathy. They will, however, ho for the study of Capada's constitutional po- Eltlon and the dlssemination .ot in< formaEloii upon this- subject. The members Tclll also meet together from tloic to lime for discussion. Their proceedings Trvill be arranged entirely HE they may tlebm expedient, ulth a view to the furtherance ot the general Jdea. Objects of Clubs. The otjecls: of the Kingdom nre staled by Mr. Kwarl as ioliovB: MAKES WOW FOR A _ PaJrlB, Nov. Delaniiey. pre- fect or I tic Selae, submitted to tho Paris municipal council a scheme for the creation ol n "greater-Paris.1' Tlie magnitude of M. Delanney's proposal may Le judged from tho' fact that Paris as he has planned It will lie, more luan sis limes as large as tlie; ,jj. The scheme include! veltles, notably, that Ije higher than the of the street In front or the courtyard uehlnd It. The plan pro- vides for the widening of 225 miles of existing roads ami tlie creation of Iw. Tacrc 7 Paris. Nov. syndi- and strikes directly alfect the Jacques Rerlllloa. Botcre tho Acad cuiy of Moral and Political Sciences. M. Bertllloii held that Iho'State ot the birth rate In uumeious districts of Franco Is almost tho Inverse latio of the prevalence ol Socialist liellefs la. these districts. fllly mites of nci-Tonei "The'" new I ut ths .rJOTl instanccB which M. liertillon cited ivas the fase cf the mining town of Morjlceau-l.es- Mines the north o.' France.- Up" to the year 1000 the Iilrth rato at Mqnt i slood at 35 Wiiha per part of Inhabitants. Within threo Paris will extend sonic [our miles lu all (IIrecttotis-beyond 'As present boun- daries. The present ring of fortifi- cations, which encircles (ho city, is to be demolished and tho greater OMEN VOTERS BUY PRESENT Will J15CO Give JtHU Wilton Service. Francis w, Nov. A silver service costing to bo presented to of J, Bayre will be sent the UK) ay as the gift of ihe women vot- ers of northern California. The usr- e vat purchased by eabscriptloii and Ss of old colonial design. ..Miss Wilson alreadv baa accepted the sin, MR. FIELDING SAILS FOH CANADA PRINCESS WILL BE DIVORCED Palace, Czar's Wedding Gift, to Her Son, Chrtstlinla, Nov. Russian H Is Bald, baa consented to tbe'divorce of Prluceis Marie, a Marie PavJovna, and Prince William. Here beautiful palace 'al Siockliolm, tho emperor's girt, lo her SOD, PrlQCC L-eanart. LIBERAL CANDIDATE SELECTED Victoria, U. C., Nov. Hamilton, of Peader Island, was yes nominated iho Liberals of the Ulatuls to contest London, Nov. S. Field- the by-election rendered Ing sailed for Canada aboard the Vlr-jby Ihe resignation c< Sir. Justice Me- glnUn today. I Phltlij.s. Into public n addition to afterwards. during which a these it Is proposed to create -two lm- Socialist movement made Us meoee- new parks on the north and south sides of Purls, totalling some 040 acres. A mnnber of plots of lar.U In the center of Paris belonging'to the state also would te cleared ot appearance In the community, tuft number of births had fallen to 21 per thousand. It has continued to fall ever and now Elnuds at only H. IJcrllllon notes, cori- lutldings and turned miblfo gar- elusion, (Mt Socialism has not fiad dens. Varis is at present the worst [the same effect iu certain other co-jn- provided of all great cities In respect1, tries and describes its peculiar effect lo parks and open places, and Is France to the manner la which it most overcrowded of all modern cap-! has taken root Jn French soil. itals. U Is Inhabited by 14S persons] (o the acre, compared with oaly in Ixmdon. "Kecogntztng that after a l per- SUFFERINGS OF POLITICAL PRISONERS Nov. sufferings STEAMER MINNESOTA AGROUND Yokohama, Japan, Nov. steamer Minnesota from Manilla -foi Seattle, by way of Hong Kong Yokohama, went aground yesierday ou a sand bank off the Xanise Mea- from hunger, disease and ill-treatmeui, con, near HIkcsima, In the 5trails ol of political prisoners and exiles art ShimonescU. Everybody on board Is iod of political evolution, Canada has at length attained to Iho position of a self-sorernlog state; that her legis- lative and fiscal independence Js uu- disputed; that her "right lo make ar- rangctjjcnfs with foreign countries Is undisputed; that exclusive control of tier forces, both laud .and sea, Is ad- abandoning the ti- tle and appearance of she i ought lo" assume the status of a na- tion, this club pledges itself to work] for tho elevation of our country tha International rank to which heri acknowledged- maturity most Justly! entitles her. "Although persistent progress to-! wards political emancipation has been the Interesting 'arid 'important characteristic" of Canadian hlGlp'rr, yet there has. never, with one. ephe- meral exception, teen any endeavor to end the allegiance of Canada to her sovereign. perpetuation of. that alleg- iance will not in any way he affected Ijy the attainment of the object of this club. George is now King of Can- ada; instead of being one of his do- rn'nionp, Canada shall he one ot his kingdoms, "When framing our federal con sti- Uiflon iii lS6T, Sir John A. Macdonalo1, ohecrving that tho period of our col- onial subordination was approaching iU desired that our official tlUo should bo the Kingdom of Can- ada, This club declares that the tltth anniversary of our natal day wnuld be the fitting and appropriate yeir in which to the wtah of tho greatest of our departed Canad- ian set forth In an appeal- published It many European., newspapers todaj over the signatures of several huu drcd prominent mep" and women Germany, France and countries. An epidemic of suicide Is said tt prevail at present 'among the ban safe and the vessel is apparcatly un- damaged. She is bt-lng lightened aad will Ije refloated soon. CLEANING GUN MAN BADLY INJUREC k ished political offenders who. It is I frainwright, Alta., Nov. I1. M Raid, in tbe appeal, regard this a their only salvation. Tht signers will form committee to col led and publish" facts. ChTlstcnsen is a precarious con dltion 35 the result of the accidental explosion of a rifle he was cleaning yesterday afternoon. Do You Know Thai iuulcr Ilic present sysU-m of Tliirly-Ycar Boiul Issues, ypu-'jiiiy for 30 cenls worlli of, work' on- Public Works. If you think this system sliouW'bc', stopped. 'Elect Vernon Pearson, COMMISSIONER FOR PUBMC WORKS Would You Like a New System of Taxation? If you.would like to see tho improvement-area broken up Into emallcr parcels, and that iu most case's, each block be taserj for tlio work performed thereon. Nut as heretofore, where the gncl- iog for the season, whether in different parts of tho city or noi; --.rcrc alike, so nvjcb per loot frontage, giving no considera- tion to level srouiid Or making no higher assessment for enor- IQOUS cuts or fills, VOTB FOR A. FRAYNE for COilMISSlOXER of PU13LIG WORKS PARKIN, THE LABOR AGITATOR, BELITTLES THE TITLED CLASS IN ADDRESS AT CARDIFF F. Cuthbert Atkin'i Committee Rooms Street N. Open Daily to 10 p.m. Lonilon, Nov. Laikln, labor asilnlor, was enthusiastically at Cardifl whcic Jiu ccl a large meeting this evening. Itc denounced the low wages paid majij shop assistants, 'although they had to dress, he said, like rlukcs, whatever thai miRht women like all duchesses be hail seen had heen in stcocl clothing. Speaking of Dublin as the richest ol the UnUcrl Ktngcfom, he said it has at the head ol castle clique Aherdctn, thn Lieu- tenant of Ireland anil his good lady who gol a rear, and had no children to Veep. The only function, so'far as tic contd gather, was call- Ing meetings and having: exhibitions. At these exhibitions he said they Tiad lecturers, uho received to S50H lo show how .to Iced a family of seven on 3 week. MASSEY-HARRIS CO. IU BRANTFORD Brantford, Onl., Xov. Mas- scy-llarris comiiHny, of Toronto, be- ing" overcrowded for room, has trans- feircil lo Hanlford a lago amount ol Its'forelgn trade output. AH workers will be ...welcomed A new Toronto ttaHy Trust anil Ilcalty Co., capitalized at mllllnit, U among llic lucor- tioraltonx at OtlEuyu. Your Vote and Influence Respectful ly Solicited for the Election of R; E. McARTHUR A. M, CAN. 80C. C. E., AS Commissioner of Public Works 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE ON CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY, GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY. PENNSYLVANIA LINES. MUNICIPAL AND OTHER CONSULTING WORK EXPERIENCE. fN BOTH CONTRACTING AND ENGINEERtNO GRADUATE OF TORONTO UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF SCIENCE J? GOVERNOR DOES "TURKEY TROT" Texjj Executive of 5000 Htad of Poultry. Cucro, Tessa, Nov. 0. U. Ctliiuiit of Teiss headed tie an- nual "turkey uol" parade here today, partlvljiated in bj- 'live turkejs, v-'hteh stalked thj-o-jph iho streets iu droves of a few huudred each behind trained One gianl Lrynz lurkey gobbler a bily carriaso witu a Eoall child j-assenger. Allegorical and In- dustrial tlcuts also appeared In ihe 1-arade. The turkey trot fs au annual celfrbrallon hore. The Day Co. of ToronSo. capital JlQO.O'jO. and tho Fisher Motor Co., of WalkorrlJle, jr.Ofl.OOO, have re- cvived federal charters. BERNIES, FUR TRADER Capialn Will Another 'Cruisi Ncrth for Business Purposes. Mouireal. Xoi. Her nier, ihe eiplurtr. make auolhsi Lusiuess trip to tUe Arctic seas nei' spring on toard his sleam schooner tbe liiuole Maud, witu tlie Intentior o' builrJiui; uo a fur trade of his owe in these deeerted regiosts -where baa Leeu granted juimense areas o: land as a reward (or his scieaiifli searches in tbc inner circle of ibi North I'ole. Hernier IntecdB lo srenc about fourteen months Iu this expedltiou, which will hare no of tidal and no scientific cbaractei whatever. ifr Mr. Hatch Points To His Recordjn Himself a fa Candidate for the Mayoralty! V' i-f Hardie, Grace and Reid A PUBLIC MEETING Will be held in ihe Miners' North Letlibridgc, on TUESDAY EVENING November 25th, ;U S p.m. The candidates will address-the meeting followed by sev- eral of their supporters. LOUIS MOORE, Chairman. r HAS MADE GOOD AS President Board of Trade President Agricultural Society Chairman Parks and Boulevards Committee Other public capacities calling for good business judgment in fur- thering interests of the city No better claims of fitness for position presented by any other candidate HE i f I stand on my ten years' record before (he people of Lethbridge in public capacities, as President of the Agri- cultural Society, President of the Board of Trade and Mayor of the City. In (he case of the first two named, the records will show the progressive measures taken and the things Worth while As Chair- man of (he Parks sihd Boulevards CommiUee, of (he Council, I endeavored to make a clean, beau- tiful and pleasant city. I claim the honor of having been Chief Executive of during (he most important years of Its history. The people had decreed, that the City should spend over a million dollars for improvements in 1912, and the council did it. Hight in the middle of (he work the bottom started to sag out .of the money market. There had been no note of warning. Bat the council finished the work in spite of this.handicap, "and gave a dollar's worth of work for every dollar spent." A man who can give the city dollar for dollar when there is plenty money to spend, should be able to make good, when the money bat-s have lo be jeal- ously guarded. Such a man should be able to prac- tice economy and get the greatest amount of work done with a minimum of expense, whether it be new work or merely getting the best out of what we have. Should you honor me by electing me Mayor of the city again, I am In a position to.give my whole time to the work and shall always endeavor to Jeep the most promising'city in Western Canada. Seven Reasons Why W. S. HARVEY should be COMMISSIONER JF PUBLIC .WORKS for the r City of Lethbridge lie is a fully qualified Civil Imving been cdncjiled al Bristol University. He is an Associate Member" of the Institution of Civil Engineers (by examination) arid an Associate Member of the Can- adinti Society of Civil Engineers.. He lias been connected with your City Engineer's Department for over first as Assistant Engineer in charge of und Sewers, and' latterly ns City Engineer. The alwve (uuilincfltions enable him to be more than an "arm chair" Commissioner who would have to employ a highly paid, engineer to take over the en- gineering responsibility', There is not an engineering problem connected with the city that lie is not capable of handling in an efficient manner, sis his past experience will show. He hns carried out important and costly works, .iu- chtding Sewage and Waterworks, Street Railway Construction, Dock and Sea Defense Work, and'all the varied work connected with Municipal Engin- cenng. i .1 -i He stands for: retrenchment antl economy on a wise basis, whereby ptihh'Q money will only be expend-, cd on work's of an urgent, necessary and perman- ent character. :Hc a faihirc of any of his lindcr- lakings, as his past records will show, these reo ords being to the closest investignfion by the general public. 5 ;