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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TEX PAGES Lellibridjje, Alberta. Tiip.silay, :X'ovnnher 'K CEN'TS. Number 21J3 FRAYNE Addressed a Fairly Good Crowd in Cenlral School Last Night PLEASING ORATOR Mr. Atkins is a Clever Speaker Made a Fine Impression t a Moto fuoJ was added to the fire i I municipal iiot last ulgUt j; and although, nothing very startling hapjieued, the contents continue to jj Two candidates, Arthur anil S. Harvey, both out Tor the juibSic -.verbs commissioner- tj were heard by ilie voters for the S first time. Ucv. F. Cutlibcit Athin, candidate for the lirsl erehlp was Uie third speaker. lie had been heard before, and In going over .u the platform covered much of the ii same ground, but the Lilc lost nothing 'H in ihe He talked for an hour nr more, compelling attention through out by his zeal for a moral civic ad- I ministration ami the development ot j the civic consdeuce. Jlr. Fray DC took occasion to.thank the audience, thu Indies tti particular lor their atteu'tiatice and support, lie 3 reviewed his experiences since coin- ing to the city, lie has always tnkon Jjj a keen interest in civic affairs, having been president of the Tnide.s Ln- -3 lior Council ia "during IfllO- 4 11 served the city as alderman, and as chairman of the health committee and 'j (he works and -properly" committee. u During Iliis'time.he got aa much ex- ijT pcrtenvc he thought, HS it J-.sibte to get. .'Til6 Adams hnd'llatcU i 'flilauntBlrations-'ATGrd backbone 3J of having laid tbe founda- j lion fcr future development. Those councils had been called spendthrifts jj and accused of not handling the city's business in a business-like way. Yet they gave Ihe'clly nil that it has to be for-in the way of im and the tax rate In 1910 was less by over half, what It Is This >ear, said .Mr. Frayne, and the differ ence between Ihe ,lotal rate in 1911 aovernment Has Bill to Con- form lo Albsrla and Man- itoba Act llrgiua, Nov. 2j. Argu- ments for and ataUiii industrial !jou using b> cities auil louns wfic pie mil Ice of ti'C k'-isintuie of agricul- ture ami municipal law. llcprcspnla- iives of Keyina, -law, Prince Albert and North HuUlrford wore present as uell us the mensbcts ut the IcgislMuic aud the question uE bciiusitie w.'iS eonc iutu yciy fully. Impossible to Get Molhw Coun- try to Agree to a Joint Commission AN ALTERNATIVE The Imperial Trade Commission Could Very Well Deal Wilh the Question Xurtii llatlkfunl wants the pmcntj plan of moderate u utilising j er' Ottawa, Nor. 2y, lion. U. Fes- the acting prime minister, this Fleet wood School Messrs. lUtch. Mc.UUiHr :.nd IlauiU- ton. 31. ilwy's PaHsb oT Xorth LeihbriiJgg Voters' As- social Ion. Miners' Ticket. Messrs. IHnHe and Grace, with C. and S- J. Shfeuberd.- Above UTO ilit- L-ui DmctEugs 'fur tonight. The inyeiing ID KJettwooil Ecfioul will be held under ibe nus- pkcji of the Xorth and South Presidents Daughter is Wedded I That is Not Unusual but ThisjFaully Order in Council is Re- to Young Man of Splen- did Character LUCKY THIRTEEN Time it Will be at a Banquet sponsible According to the Story EXCEEDED POWERS Moose Jav. all hoaiiMEtg pin- j mointug made public the report rc- hihitcd. jcently placed in ihe hands nf ihe Prince Albert UitsEre.s a continuance J government by of the present legislation. who went lo Great Britain lust sum- Jlegina desires ihe present jilan con- j mer to investigate the Atlantic rate Linucil the exception ot bonus- gijduitjuu. ing by iiu-ans oi taking stock in an j Mr. uTavton iu his import, slates ndustry, which il-. desires lo src lbat u'ritlsh Hoard ot trade, is at1-7 hanged to power to IDJJUS by suar-1 trie resent moment indisposed to anlecing hor.ds. a.ree to' appointment of a Joint including: Canadai cEatlon. The sclipol board lias dt- cliled against tin; use of iiie schools nf any faction. Meetings hc-M coder Superstition in the White! House-Dr. Greafell Was Best Man On .Mo [day, Ibt. an cvenl ii to Ui-c in LelMmdRC which Im lirst ul thi-. ttml and firsi in Chief Justice Asserts Thai Do- minion Government Didn't iliid" Specify Reasons Vancouver, B. C Nov. eiciteiuent aniuag tie and the buys aie to Ije the .Tlial is, they bring jul it they Jiavcii't gol w.e are to uiiug an Lidult Uricnti. The is ieing for Washingtou. Xov. I by the Inter-Sunday Scliool Boy wltli dignity, the same ideal uhich' tturters' Council, and plar.s fui it u President Wilson eiicrtsbecl for have been uuUcr way for' lUc past I Hindu pajiulatlon last night when tLe the auspices of any non-par- admintstratioii its inaugura- IbcfC mouths. The toui.cil is vom- j Jhirty-eijiht .llundus in custodi" at the lij-an j -M was. predominant noie in Uiu" of a reprwcnlaliw nf eat-h jimmi-ralioii Lall were niaichetl dowti ever lie .alloiverj to use the jarranbemeuU for the marriage laic sclioo! awl the object, of its wort is in the court- mme in charge ot schools. WOOUTOW ttc uerds_ of boy life. and eight A big meeting if- regarded as likely- to greet the tlcXPt'at the Miners' Hall. and was nearly SO per cent, ii Alberta ami Manitoba already have ttic- Ir-giiilation. proposed itl iherr was a kiinl of an written grpf Dicn'L between ihe governments nf the three provincrs lo the etfcct that llic horiusing prohibition would c extnirfptl to them all. It was nrpucd this inoriKng by 1'el- or McAra, jr., had an advantage by reason oi clicap ind the citier. of Alberta hart natur- al gas and coal, ami therefore cifirs of Sasvalchewan should whatever aclvonUges the legislature ld'-confer-upon triem. But- (ho Uinicd .Slates for the reason thai such a board could not he couEtiUilcd without legislatlpn. That a year and mcanwhilo Ihe Imperial trade comtnicFion waifh ts hearing evidence on the subject would.lie 5n Canada. Mr. IJrayton I'efera to Ihe fact that Lord C-rewe wrote lo the j sovernuienl ol Canada in 1910 gard to the matter, but did not ic- Cf'ive a tharele. However, as the "rcsnll of a ir.otfoii made hy''Sir WiUrid l-aurler in the Imperial "con- ference of 1911, the royal commission on Imperial was famed. Mr. Dray ton further acids that If this j Inion Trades, commission could'take up Hie matter and''niskc "an Interlni rcpffk-t ihe qacstibn he'in btUer hands. Mr. Drayton enipha- gire'i the fact government con do! cf-Allanllc frelgiil rates: is dif- j ficuU Ijecanso of certain conditions Kranre, N'ov. 35. Kdinond lo which do 1 hot favor of the former. The speaker thought tbfit he might lie censured fo maklD-s hut flavor Har die did the satne thing last year, al '.hough be did nol hand them out BO freely this year. Mr. Frsyrte enlarged very freely his platform as announced in.the Herald. He would make thorough in- lestigatious, If elected, before exueml- 1nE any money, lie was In fn.vor of establishing a system of water works lhat would give the electors a good supply of water. Ha was In favor of an Increaso In tiio wage of the work- ing man, the extension1 of streets and mains where needed, with tho AJBCSBment ribiccd against tboee ben- nfitted, and the bringing together ol the two sides of the city, by (he open- ing oT more crofaings. Ho would ij favor the rushing of the 13th, street 5 subway, and completion of all work commenced .on Ihe boulevard's. Itr, believed that the prevalence oi weeds in the city couUl he blamed large measure to the unfinished work cf tho tvreeent council, in tearing soil eiposert to weed seeds, (Continued on page Pwreyon, ont oi -flic best known aviators of Franrr, was killed today when his whlehe was uyer the a-rotjrome here. _ Fcrrevon helil several altitude rec- ords. While- Hying alone at Uuc. on March 11 this year, he- attained a height Gi feet. .lii Cune he with a ni Due lo .in altitude of anJ a little later Ihe same inonlb Vienna made q passengers. LAKE YIELDS UP VICTIMS Soiuhampton, Nov. sec- ond body from (tie Hydrus was found on the beach here this morning.' It may be; that ot Hoy Detroit, a waiter. Somervillc of ocd daughter of the President and i The council is t-ou.poscd of Mrs. WilEon. aud V. C Hoaerls Sayre W, Hojmsuii. Uarins tbe years liial have elapsed since "the was I built, twelve .weddings have taken place Ihere arid il falls lo the let of? Miss lo'bc the thirleeuth. coincidence Is all the more able because the president told friends that the- number thirteen has run. the pa- Opened' a -FeW V- j -WeekiiHive Handled Two Million Bushels apply to o-ean carriers. He deals at some length with the difficulty- E 3 -experience In securing full .car R for eastward trips, hut asserts that the malfrr is one calling for a fnll and complete inquiry. Mr. Uraylon, al the outset, pointed out that ihe question is one which has already ensaged the jttetttion of the Hritfeh Boards of Trade wlilch In communit-atcd to the under secretary of stale regarding it. In lbat cora- luuiucallon, the board saw greal Jif: fituHIes of a joinl tribunal for the control of ocean freight rates, bill CK- j.resoed the opinion that it should through his life as a harbinger of good luck. rMj-Ionsly enough the bridal party and the minister numbered just thirteen. XoLwilhElanding the official bril- liancy, Ibere was rf disilnct touch of homeliness in the day's affairs. Kev. Sylvester Beacli. paslfrr of the First Presbyterian Church at I'rincetan, M. J., where- Sliss Wilson long taught a Sunday. Bible class avd where the Wilson family.worshiped. lor a score of years -had been, selfecled ae" tfis of- ticlatins .clergyman; The maid the eldest "dangbter of the President, Miirga'ret. The maids were the bride's young sister. IlIIss -Eleanor Randolph Wilson, nnrt Mfsa Mary G. fifty-elevators in operation, halt of- not openH after the Alberta Farmers' Co-operative society have liandlod al- Hiss Adeline .'.Mitchell Scotl tun, and Miss-.MarJorlo of At- lanta, the last n relative. Mi) Uio others cburos of girlhood ilnys. Tlio man was Dr. Clifford T, have power to appohit'competent per-" sons to Investigate the mailer. They saw no reason why the Imperial got- and Charles Kvans Hughes, jr.. a son of Hie justice of Ihe suirreme court. A'Happy Couple subscribed foi Alberta farmers. The'bride anrl groom, both blonde The smallest of sljaieholder.s Of the aamo height, shu .nd needy oil the rock bound dor coast. The ushers v. ere the ready. bushels of brain. .with whom Sayre spent Mdmmr-.l'nat ihe grain season opened [many months to the exceptionally early this Pep- tfmber ijilli, this is a fmc rct-ord 01 husiness and shows the splendid sup- porl which elevators arc rc- i-eiving at the hands of the farmers throughout the province. Elevators, hiv.ll or .acquitcJ, .at present repre- sent a -capital ot approximately all ihe sloth has ucen Christian-li. W. riyaii. 1C. Ftatur. Cooper. IJ. MtKlyea. 1'iisi u. OHtnore. Norlh K. SI. .1. Bird. Johnson. The particular ulijexl oi ihe bari- quet- is to promote the companionship of fatber nr.U son, and in other plac- ?.s where one has hccn pulled off the ions liave inirotluccd UiC loastj th2 'atbrr rcspc'iiriing. The of arrangcuirnts under the. JireclioVi ot Karl Hoberts, hujs1 of tte Y.M.C.A., is coiupof-ed 61 II. U.: Tic- Klyea, jiuliii" Couptr, fin- ance U. Ilyan, jirokram.. The ladies various, churches are Ipoling ahir tlic dinner- art, M'.P-l'.'i-will te tpssi: niaster "and there v.ill be three .addressrsJ Will' Sinipsrn will sroa's-bii "The kind'of n lile io Jlr-." J. I'. Tracy "sccah 'on' ;'My Son11, anrl'lhr spfccli of the evrninz will he drlivcred iiv .Mr. Taylor HtaUcn, hoy secretory i'or the Dominion Hoys' Council Kallicr anti Son.'1 11 is desired' that cicry liiy. hchvcf-n the ago of twelve-and liven- ty tc invilsd, and if boy lias hccn overlooked, th? cnmmUUc would The men btougbl up in to writs of ttnbeas cotpiis from ibc Chief- Justice hy .1. Kd Hirri. Thr. result of ihe fight was lhat thirty-five ct tV.a men arc allowed 'to enter Canada, fauil hfiig in (tie orders In coun- cil which have been passed by the Db- to supplement the ini- miration act. It was held by Chiet Justice- llunlcr lhat the excsfd authority confer- rrd by the. statule and tliat they aie therefore 'hail, hut in -acldilion lo Hi's t.e heitl thai the orders ol de- jic-rtElioii were bart in thai they did not specify the reasons (or which sev- eral mm were rlr-porled, merely or- dering Uiciii out under a certain seo- of the act. MerHrinc Hal, AUa., Nov. '25- Lome J. Williams', nE (JakvElle, Oal., has been appointed principal oi the High school, sucMcdihg-'M. E. l.u. zerle, recently nppoiolcc] school m- speclor al Haspnno. McCor and I'.evuse, a" local firm, esteem it n favr.r if lie'would appoinlc'd local architccls. munic.ite with II. B. HeElyea at tha Hurt on of New Or. t o vill Clark, jr.. o! Snlem. Mass.; Dr.. Glll.K.1 Hurras. o{ -Mont, X.' Y.M.C.A. hy WcrtnMay night. It must not he forgotten' lijat boy will tc niluiit led to t lie bsntiuct un- is aCL-ornpanicd hy his father. aitull frifntl. ernment should not discuss witH the :auy "one point v.hcre an rsfablipfif'i is 33, while at caiise Of her classic Grecian features: ldled ,uc v House lieinty I WOUNDS PROVE FATAL AVftinwrifjht. Xov, M. ensen, who was accidentally shot here Sunday while cleaning his gun. CENTS. A MONTH lie was Past anolter point Iheic are Canadian government the question Tie total number (Continued on page 71. lafj of stockholders is row At every it.Hi? elevators arc recmin' their of biwiitpss aud in B3rcji cabcs hate (o mesl cuni- ition of one or more elevators iwr.M >.y private companies. Tli6 oullpoV for the farmers1 co- jopfraiivp elevators, fo Scc- Irctaiy Ii. .J. Krcjiii, is cxceihnf. Al- Saskatoon. Sask.. Xov. Asa Eller, motorman, was sen- ter.ced to two months- In jail al coiirl today, on a charge, of pilfering it municipal .railway fare box !ast summer ot aev- cnty-flvu tents. ho u tall litho s-oime man ath'-1 Master of the I. O. 0. F. k-tic In appearance, with sbaru fea- tures and fair bus- ily occnpied. during the greater part of the day mingling "with the the'ir relatives and house whom alone the White. House was accessible before Ihe ive Fresh'Eggs are 60 Cents a Dozen and Potatoes Bid Fair to Tlie two voiing people Qualify for ihe Millionaire's for Christmas Come High" I look for polatuc.s lo go to the ton mark before r.fxt u are abo'-it three anrl otic-: One farmer court and their families: ambaff.ariorK ilpnl cents- ior ta'iing tlir The, above statement rnaile by II.. tlm Moose J.w district ship to tlic' 'V. Moorrs, president ol the Moose new plant in Moose tl.os lcnc-: Xov- department Coiit Storage, Co., I.imiKiI, to ITdinj; i-.otli the factory atjil '.lie rolil rf -V.iiciilinrc lias dceMe.l, oivlnR tc ilhe Herald yesterday, wm used lo siorarc "'n foot and mouUi tilt- [sliov.- Ihe relation tii'Ucrn the cold Mr. Mooirs believes l.elhbridgc to TrfiiFo THERE WERE NO HEN ENGAGED slorajC and I lie cost'of living, i-.iriicijl.irly uell favored as lo loca- vcrmlls for thr. i.i'i.oirlntlon of ON CITY FROM to !hc advantage of the.cold storage fnr n cold storagi; plant. It and snlrc rroni the oW r.nd (heir families: minislere. rep. ri.irlniful liaJ. in men from Mcdtc'lno Hal to fill tlio waterworks ig bplng uapri to extend tlic mains in N'orlli Lethbrlrtgc while local men are Idle. (.'Ity Knginecr Harvey flatly denied (ho rumor. He slates that uhen th'j gang being mado up t-very man wlio applied for a ]ol> was given one It lio warii'cil II. Mayor llarille Imu- ilgalnl anr! oleo gives tils dililal lo Hid rumor. There are fciv idle men in LcllibrWsc al the jirescnl lime. prairie, r.rmimcs is nn.l. rriiinj; nol. righl wing t.n a good money lo Inrestnrs. 'Last llic farmer can his Moose itldiit upi-nou iniier or other prortivn1 to rhc riM for business. Jl Ijas done a storage ylfml, a -storaKC SI husinrss in rtll MIKS, ainl is cor.s'dcr- lor it nnfl up lo ?-n cd by tte slock holders 16 tc a jnod on its value. In (liis l.ethbridgc has 'ahuul 2SO Ions, lie considers himself One Inral wl.i'lfiale" jriucry Is llir. bonanza class. fsoiiUni; kings and tlirousl'i-1 fhifs-'" j l.sst-year potatoss were cut clvilted the vlce-nrei- more this or the farmers could gel for tricm. irkntana Mre. Marshall: tlio speaker Tl.c price is to Mgli Rimo lln- fall they brought as high .as 'hardly ivottli tbe canillc. Ihuc is jlr, jier ton. Many held fnr'a raise too fni'.ch "J1 in price and were fooled.. In- tbe just al In inaic iiaml- spring Ihey ivent ai low as Sip and ling litn Iniit profitable. 'hundreds ol tons in this immeninte' 1'iople inay be Ibankful dislricl rotted in the-pits. But. at-, several tars oi storage. Ibis fall tbe Kami FrodVcts sliippcil in sonic lew weeks ago, have sold several ears arour.4 iniglit have had Unless CliTisl- (ho mart. innf which would have-' hwn; a" Thfn there Is all- Vtesh egifs arc sfllinp around I solute necessity around Christmas (tnl'i.r.rt-whca-they ".arc thne. It las hit ihe iiiglr wafer mark per i-Hit (his vsny Itc is invcstniorjl. iiosfll lo llic bosi tiiliantage. Tbr value nf the colii slorawplanii 'Ibere arc luo fiiiljllc. (o llic 'merchant is best thrnvr. In 'tru'liihnts in Jlanllota. .two m H..s'ia'.ch- ra'.e nl (rnll. sliiprnhits. Tlic. and U'.o in Mi'. mtrrhAnl lias not a' fo'r Moocrs bopes lo fruit. He'brings In n fairly nut poifll to tuilil rnf, ar.d crjiislgnmiTil and If any svoll they'It ivoulrl liflp Ihe inltrd farming in- kavc to eo to the refuse ilcstrv .a creai ti t Canada 4 j been tie rJst Itoom could not have beld IhtnC BIO DEAL IN CUBA London, Xov, N'epollallons 1 i onrlnt'.pd loilay for Iho acqulsillon of Kfalcs over Ihe larlli will la discuss- .whei, I'rcniicr virlts ami lie d.iy ni? Bryan. n ITMliieril. neil I-'ri- ;r.t y( n dinner SctTetary of Slate _ be had at all. Tlic storage. ;I2 cents a pound with prospecls-r arc bringing 10 ceols.'ovCr the co'un- bl going higher. lers. I Many will require an introduction Oilier evcry-day con :to tlic orange appears on sumpliun have taVcn n seal- on llifjihe breakfast (able. There are'a acfujjiiiiLe Hldrig'in [he city, but tiiey are icrv fen, Central-.Railways hy The potato is'i-Thev look- like (lie 'eenls Per llic Ppuds are retail; Ihey do nPI'ear. ITniled Hallways .of the Havana l.fd. Tho al j'j .2s'ritr One aitogclhrr, Ihis loo'iS lite holders of .the .Central are lo receive wholesale Imijse is wfjitig1 them at higli-rosl oMiviiig that 'iirlitiited' States in a ten. There rirc-fetr IB "ttejvljl mavc oM timers remnnncr .tUe country, "l-'-'.....' J37.30 .ji cicliVnge tor.thslr 30-cenl shares. Ctrisfmas ttl lyug ago. ;