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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THt LETHBRIDQE DAILY HKRAUD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1909. PAttl The ftlherta Hallway and Irrigation Co. Are offering for Sale the Cheapest Lots on the Market EACH Situated North of Track Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. LETH3RIDGE. OF CANADA Capital and Rest Exceed The Union Bank of Canada pays special attention to the banking requirements of the Farmers, Grain Dealers, Cattle Men and Merchants of Western Canada. Already over 112 Branches of this Bank have been established from Fort William to Prince Rupert. Grain Drafts v.-ith Bills of Lading attached negotiated. Savings Department at every Branch. Interest paid at highest current rates. Main Office cor. Round So Sts Sub-Office Westminster Rd., N. Ward J. R. ANDERSON Manager. LANSDOWNEON THE BUDGET Debate In House Of Lords- Proposed Action Defended -BriUiant Gathering Ot Lords and Ladies London, Eng., Nov. House of Lords presented today a, scene of exceptional brilliancy and animation, when the Marquis of Lansdowne opened the debate on his motion, which in effect is to kill the budget passed by the House of Commons. The press of Unionist peers were so great that they overflowed on to the Liberal benches, swamping the hand- ful of nobles who support the'govern- ment. The peeresses were crushed in their gallery while at the doors they stood in clusters striving to get a'glimpse of the house. For two hours before the galleries were open- ed duchesses, marchionesses and other select persons waited patiently in line "and when admission was gained they made an undignified scramble for seats in which dresses were torn and elaborate hats knocked off. King Manuel of Portugal was a SCHOOL DISTRICT PAYS TUTOR FOR RANCHER Nov. is not every rancher in the Northwest who ieam-have a private tutor for his chil- dren, 'but E. Hostettcrs of district No....- 96, three miles north of Elber- ?tori, Wash., has one in his family. He the father' ol the only children of Jschpol age in the district, of which he as also clerk and director, and rather khan throw the teacher out of work by closing the "school, he has decided to have the tutor go to his a.'e, [where the youngsters are taught the three Rs. The regular program of school work is carried out the sam-i as if the children were in a svh nl house instead of right at horns under their parents' eyes. The feachsr is paid by the school district, which is composed entirely of farmers, who A FORT GEORGE FASHION NOTE An- evidence that Northward civili- zation wends its way. The women of Fort George, have commenced to wear corsets. downe to whose speech the youthful .monarch listened with exemplary iprudence, Nthough he looked at his watch half a dozen times. Two Grave Announcements The Portugal minister, the Marquis of Several, sat beside the king point- ing out notable English peers, but Manuel showed more interest when Several singled out notable peeresses for his attention. The debate which will last for three days, was dull but contained two announcements of the gravest importance. Lord Lansdowne quoted precedent to show that al- though the House of Lords cannot amend a fin-ance bill it has full right to discuss it and throw it out If.it so wills. he said, "the pres- ent bill has tacked onto it legislation such as land taxation and increased license duties; which the House of Lords has already rejected, and which has been placed in the bill with a view to ousting the Lords from their legitimate opportunity of dealing with these measures. No self respecting man around the chamber would toler- ate such treatment. What is to prevent home rule from being intro- duced in the finance bill? There Is no limit to such abuses. The "Union- ists oppose because they are crushing in their severity. The same applies to land taxes. The people, not hav- ing been consulted, have a clear duty not to decree the final extinction of the bill, but to insist that before it becomes a law, the country shall be allowed an expression of opinion. "The Lords have carefully consid- ered the consequences of the rejec- tion of the bill, and are ready to face them." Tf you want to furnish your honse 'to SAVE MONEY buy from Golden West Furniture Co. the cheapest store in town. Round Strest Opposite Herald Office FOR RUBBERS IJL B T I FELT SHQES AND OF EVERY DESCRIPTION GO TO COMPANY To take your meals at the on- ly all-round white Restaur- ant in Leth- biidge CAFE ASK FOR OUR FRESH SPRING CHICKEN" And also Vegetables and Home Grown Suckling Pigs and Pork from our farm. Et is for Also Fresh Oysterf in season, any style to suit your taste. We Are Here to Please You at Any Cost N. H. "MURRAY, Prop. Was Weak and Nervous, 4.4.4 4 4 4 Mr. Paul Poull, 4. Quo., -4- Heart Would 4- About, Stop Beating. five years ago T -4- gave up all hope of .4..4.4 4 4 getting better of heart trouble. I would nearly choke, and then my heart would stop beating. I could not lie on my left side, and became so nervous and weak I could not work. A i'riend told me to try Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills, and before the first box was taken I was almost well, and the second box com- pleted the cure. I have advised many others to try them, and they have all been cured of the same trouble. I have offered to pay" for a box for anybody they do not cure." Milbum's Heart and Nerve Pills are a specific for all diseases or disorders arising from the heart or nerve system. They make the weak heart strong and tbe shaky nerves firm by imparting a strengthening and restorative influence to every organ. and tissue of the body and curing -palpi- tation of the heart, dizziness, sleepless- ness, ansmia, twitching of the muscles, sensation of pins and general 'debility, lack of vitality, etc. Price, 50 cents box or 3 boxes for at all dealers, or mailed direct on receipt of price by 'The T Miiburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. Lord A Reply Tordeurn replied: "There is nothing in the "bill foreign to' finance with which the House of Commons has not a perfect right to deal. The attempt of the Lords to interfere in the beginning of a system which would lead to legislative revolution. What is embodied in the bill is not new either in the United States or Germany and was approved notN only by the present but the late House of who were not entitled to do so should gain admittance to-the house. Second Reading Moved Their lordships were called to order at 4.45 p.m. The house was crowded. The Earl of Crewe, the Liberal leader in the House of Lords, arose and mov- ed the second reading of the budget. Lord Lansdowne's Speech Lord Lansdowne, the leader of the Opposition, was loudly, cheered when he arose to move his amendment. In his speech he acknowledged that jhis amendment was a grave and per- 'haps unprecedented proposal, but His Lordship contended, the preamble of the bill showed that it required the consent of the House of Lords before it became a law. That, he insisted, involved the right of rejection. Con- tinuing, Lord Lanedowne said the Commons had pushed their claims for years and by 1904 the finance bill had become a "hodge podge" of tax- ing legislation. The result was that the Lords had now been driven back on the only remedy, rejection of the budget. Lord Spencer said in the House of Lords in 1904, said tbe marquis: "We have the right to throw out the finance bill if we will." Precedents for Lords In 1907-08 the Lords threw out the Land Valuation Bill but they were now told that they were precluded from rejecting precisely similar pro- posals. The same said about the Licensing Bill in 1908 which the Lords rejected, but they were now told they must not reject a more crushingly severe project Lord Lans- downe reminded the house that Crom well, who had been invoked on behalf of the budget, spoke of the work of the House of Commons as most hor- rible and arbitrary. Lord Lansdowne went on to say that while the right Hon. Alexander Ure, Lord Advocate for Scotland, had admitted that there were entitled to as much favor as an investor in American stocks but this investor escaped. Land taxes would change the whole face of tbe country and Lord Lansdowne contended that legislation along this line should be simple and easy. The present bill, he said, descended to the lowest depths of obscurity. Some people were taxed not only once or twice, but three or four times for the same piece of pro- perty. The bill according to Lord Lansdowne would render every tran- saction in land more complicated and more, onerous, and in this way the opening up of the land will be retard- ed and made more difficult. The bill had so shocked confidence that the building trade was in a state of stag- nation. Lord Lansdowne said he objected to the taxes because they were unproductive. There were taxes on the people on what they had not got. They singled out oce class. They fettered land transactions and were based on the socialistic principles on which the government had acted but had not the courage to avow. Lord Lansdowne ridiculed the mo- tion that the rejection of the bill would provoke irreparable chaos. The real chaos, he said, would come from its passage, not its rejection. Result of Rejection In regard to the consequences to their lordships of the rejection of the bill by the house, the Marquis of Lans downe said the struggle had to come. j The country would not think the i worse, but better, of the House if the peers showed the courage of their opinions. Their Lordships, be said, would lose if at this moment they failed to protect those who were look- ing to them for protection of their constitutional rights. Final judgment on the bill was not proposed in his amendment. This was relegated to the opinion of the country. Commons." the Lord High Chancellor, many peers addressed the house but interest waned. The Afternoon Debate The peers smarmed to the House of Lords early this afternoon in a way that.had not been seen since the day they came to Gladstone's home rule bill of 1888. Many who came this afternoon had never before taken their seats in the house. The police and the officers were compelled to ex- ercise the most careful scrutiny to these, to the unknown peers lest any more taxation in new this methods of raising bill than had been the case for fifty years, the Liberal premier, Mr. Asquith, had denounced a high income tax in time of peace. Death duties, if moderate, Lord Lans- downe said, might be less objection- able. The government, however, was raising the income tax and the death duties at the same time, and licens- ing proposals were imposed on- an industry which already yielded one- third of the revenues. The Land Tax Coming down to the land tax, the Opposition leader said, he took subject with bated breath because so many members of the house were land owners. However, he insisted that give them experience and good judgment in voting. He declared that land owners who were content with a moderate return on their holdings Modern Revolutionists Change Their Have Full "Control Spokane, Wash., Nov. of the Industrial Workers of the world, directing the speech1' movement in Spokane, are bending every e5ort to involve the govern- ment in complications withi foreign nations as a result of the threatened deportation of aliens under the immi- gration laws of the United States. Vincent St. John, counsel for the un- ion, has instructed the officials to in- sist upon the return to" Spokane of. all persons cited for deportation, and it is given out that this plan will be followed. The ranks of the "modern revolu- as the" champions of free speech call themselves, arc sadly de- pleted, following the wholesale ar- rests during the.last ten days, and a call has been issued for recruits. They have also enlisted several hundred women irom various parts of tlie Northwest and elsewhere, who say they' are "ready to go to jail to do their share of the work, so far large- ly done by men.." The "hunger self-imposed by prisoners at the city hall arid the jail in the Franklin school has been broken. This is a change of tactics by the revolutionists, who believe they have the best of the argument. Mayor Pratt and Chief of Police Sul- livan are equally emphatic in their claims, declaring also that the city ordinance, charging curbstone ora- tors with disorderly conduct, will be enforced in the future as in the past. Governor Hay, who stopped in Spo kan-e on the way from Faribault, Minn., to the state capital, announc- ed, after looking over the situation with Secretary of State Howell, that there is no need for 'the presence of the state militia, as the police have the matter well in hand and no out- break is feared. 6HOWIN6 LOCATION OF OBEAKL HARBOR" 5iOg 30 40 CANADIAN RAILWAY Annual Eastern r Canadian Excursions Daily During December Toronto and points west in Ontario Montreal and points west in Quebec, also in Ontario east of Pembroke. Egans- ville and Tweed Corresponding rates from and to other points Old Country Excursions j Tickets on sale November 30th to December 3 Ut For Tickets, Berth. Reservations or Complete Information Apply to Agent, or S. B. MITCHELL, J. E. PROCTOR, Agent Disk Pass. Agent Lethbridtie Calgary. Phone 103 for Good Hay and Sound Oats Any quantity deliver- ed promptly to any part of the city T. A, Easton I Office in Easton's Harness Shop Box 201 CANADIAN PACIFIC ANNUAL EASTERN .CANADA EXCURSIONS! Low Round Trip Rates to i 'i Ontario, Quebec and Maritime Provinces Tickets on-sale Dec.'1 to Dec. 31, I elusive; good -to return within j months. Tickets issued in connection Atlantie j Steamship Business will be on sale from Nov. 21 and limited to fivt months from date of issue. Finest Equipment, Standard First Class and Tourist Sleeping Cars and Dining Cars on all Through Trains Compartment Library -'Observation Cars on "Imperial Limited" and lautic -f 3 Through Express Trains Daily 3 I THE "TORONTO EXPRESS" I. P. Boy Headquarters for ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES OFFICE: Brown Co.'s Building Crabb Street leaves Winnipeg-" daily at 22 40, mat- ing connections at Toronto for all points East and West The "Imperial Limited" leaves Win- nipeg daily -at 18.15, and the "Atlantic Express" at 8.00 daily "making con- nections at Montreal for all points East thereof Apply to the. Nearest "C.-. P. R. Agent for full information CANADIAN i TO Cold Weather 1 Low Rates Is Coming A STORM SASH ,on fhat new house 01 yours will keep out the cold and your fuel account. NOW is the time to act. Ring up 153 and we will give you an estimate on same. OLIVER'S TOUFHIjIUniilU CDIPINY Office and Factory Cor. ROUND end BQMPIS STREETS Telephone 15H Yard, Smith Si. Phone 195 TO t iSt. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn.; Mil- waukee, Wis.; Chicago, 111.; Council Bluffs, Des Moines, Marshalltown, Ce- dar Rapids, Waterloo. Sioux City, Fort Dodge. Dubuque and Waterloo, la.; Omaha, Neb.; Kansas G3ty, St. Joseph'and St. Louis, Mo. Tickets on sale daily Dec. 1 to 31, Inclusive good to return within three months- Apply to nearest C. P. Ry. Agent for information. "OLD COUNTRY" EXCURSIONS For the accommodation of those who are visiting the "Old Country." and sailing from St. John, the Can- adian Pacific Railway will start a tourist car from Calgary at 24.40k on train No. 06 of November 29th. This car will run through to St. John to. connect with the "Empress- of Bri- tain" on December 3rd and "Gram- pian" on December 4th. For .reservations apply to any. C. P- R. Agent, or C. Lemax, Ticket Agent, Calcrarv. Washington, D. C., Nov. Harbor, Hawaii, long recognized as the key of the control of the Pacific, is io bu mauc r.ava. base in western waters of the United States and is to be fortified as to resist attack by a foreign fleet. This decision, of far reaching im- portance, was announced at the navy department following a conference be- tween President Taft arfd Mr. Mey- ers, secretary of the navy, on recom- mendations made by the joint army and navy board. At the same time it was decided to abandon plans for a naval base as Manila, to establish est and most effective, so far as con- trolling the Pacific and protecting the American west coast was concerned. siat.inin 5-sJih I Tt. i ig Bay and to leave the fortification of Philippines in the hands of the army. The entire .plan, which is now to be pushed to completion, was the sub- ject of much discussion among army, and navy authorities, who disagreed over some phases of it, but were un- animous in declaring it to be the sat- naval base and coaling station in the Pacific is the first essential for the operations of the navy in these wa- ters. Hawaii has been recognized as the stragctic point for "this ment, as the fleet from 'this point is within steaming radius of the Phil- ippincs, the Pacific coast and the en- trance to the Panama POOL supplied the BEST FIXTURES SN ALBERTA7 And io ;ool, brief lit and pK.-asant Cigars and Tobnccos in stock Barber Shop in Connection r 't of Oliver Block ;