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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY VOLUME VI. TEN PAGES Lellibridge, Alberta. Thursday. Xavi'mher 27, CENTS. Number Conservatives Shirked Free Wheat Vote M1CQUKIIIED MS AID. Strong Declaration by Sir Wilfrid Laurier at Hamilton Rtgina, Sask., Nov. free wheat and flour resolution was carried in the Saskatchewan, legislature ori a straight parly vote, only three Conservatives re- maining In the House to take part in the discussion. The resolution was. to thi effect thit tKe Par] la-. ...iriMl of Canada 'should remove T the duty at present imposed on and flour, in order that Ca- nadian wheat and flour may be exported to the United free of duty. I THE COST OF LIVING Must be Cut and the Customs Duties Have to be Lopp- "edOff- Mmnilton, Ont., Nov. 2C.--A policy ot Ircii food u-as what Sir Wilfrid Laurier submlltcil to his audience at tlic banquet given tonight' 1n Jiis honor by% the Federated Liberal clubs of Ontario, The htgh'cost ol Jiving was, he said, Ihn prvssuig prob- lem of the In graphic taugu.iga Sir Wilfrid described tho fjreat prob- lem thc problem of inak- ing ends meet." The eminent Itioir of ihc niinule is not ibe nuestinn of huyiny Dreadnoughts, said he; it is-thc question oT to serve the table of Uie family within Us income. This was ttie rvolilein o' cause i of many "an Eiiixiouii conference be- Iween huz-btind wife, and the question that- wording mechanic, artisan, Itf "ihe store, tho clerk iii the'Warehouse, .the professional man, the clergyman. I is 1 .might say something 'ntmiti' Wilfrid, I "hut I; tnahei1 The LI rob] em is before let us bury the; past and Jooli to the fnt- Jure." There ii'esr The silua- tlon requires prompt action. The policy I (iiye you at this moment, the --policy I believe every, patriot in C'a; t nada ought Jo support, and the policy I hctlcve It to-he the duty, of the gov- jj' eminent to immediately a policy of absolutely free frco Trom J "It would he said to the Liber- 3 leader "it you r.rlvoratc :j that policy do you not advocate a re- vision of the" tariff to extent? People Mutt be Coniidercd "Certainly, I somebody will tell me thai the larilf which is in force loday is the Fielding tariff of 1S37. it is, but ihc Fielding tariff. v.-R3 made for Ihe ueeds of lhal limo, not fw all eternity. It has been the policy the Libei-al party al all limes 3 to so Tar as possible for Mnh- IHly hi tariff, but dn EHBIIOS, imperial find national, action must be 1 Sir Wilfrid dealt with the.nav- U nl question and thc Issues, Imperial R and national, involved in its solution. what ie of Immediate interest lo the people of Canada he 8 wcnl on. "N'ot the price of dread- 1 r.oughls. There la one thing which Jl" al this moment engages the minds ot t CaJiadia'n people from the Pacific V to the Atlantic coasts. It Is a far fi more and far morn vital quea- Is the question of the high ft coat of living. "I fotri yoj'at the beginning that now problems'are continually arising, Thc-e 'arn latent forces which, un- noticed. and unforeseen, work out moblemp which are never dream- ed of. Tiila is one of them. 'In this city of Hamilton, which today, as I understand, prides itsell 011 a population of "over into tho homes ot tho worklnmcu and mechanics, of tho derk Jn tne dry- Of-Man Who Mel Mysterious I Expert Admits Freight Rates 'Death 6n Ranch at Carcl- stonFew Years Ago WIDOW'MAKES MOVE Agreement to Have an Ac- counting of the Ex- -v liefure Mr.; justice Stmrt tn Su liieinc I'ouilVfjJHB morning a uniqu Are Higher in the West There Money Was to Come to Him Through Auangement for Medi- cal Says Mayor Hardie is Standing in False Light on the Question L H. WILSON ANSWERS CRITICISMS GIVES THE REASON C. P. R. Counsel Threatens to Argue With Muller Sev- eral Days Ottawa. DDL, Nov. west- With References Made to on Bond Deal Hardie's Treatment of Mr, Grace and Mr; Frayne at Fleetwood School e raics CMC was rontiniic.l Uiis away in London when Mayor entered Ite field, aid 1 was I at [not Dacl: elections were lover. Ancitiier of not laij he is talkitg about: Open or cloL-e-d city They're at it It Unjust Park iti tiic Ibis hardy iiemmiai had been Uivay for this >car al least, I things as lUese aic" merely UU'AV 3uli Mayor (irmptible iosimiaUoiis." Such con- Candidate for Commissioner of Publi' Work'l BOATS ON TtiE VOLTURNO .-NOVUSE Would Have Bsen Belter if the Ship Had'nt Loss of Lives iiore the court. aypear-i !cd for. Mrs.-Sicurd, widow of KU-h-' Mr. Muller replied lliat her two thildien, :the tas: and tlie interstate commerce TTVTT-lT A XTO 3rd VjKUials, Her no cniiuirn, :.....------7- apprared tor I commission recognized the justice ol KILLED IN RIOT Johnstone. higher r.lics in the west, tfce only iitr t ion- Last night's mcelius at l-'lfelwopd scliool added der ore. little to .the fuel un- AW. Conflict Wilh Police in Strike on Sugar Plantation in Durban the summons on" the ground lhal it bad irregularly introduced into rales iti the stai ittipmne CcurUMbe ac ion taTtug M wwft coniprti- taken in the roa'dg waUr'orc Judge Jackson, ivfcu fit anted .Mr. Muller.further expressed the viev." thai lei-ent" decision oi Ihft In- terstate- Coujtncrce Comnission intii- rated, that they still receded iho existence oi vrater competition as an cd Iiis statement resanling He also H'-i Mayor Lonilrin, Nov. of trade inquiry Volturao.nisas- Ihe.infprim .iiijunction. He his however, that all present Jving iu_t.he Hank ol .Montreal, Uardslon, to the credit of P.. aSj Executor of thc es- tate should be" paid into court, acd hat-an amounting 01" Ihe cxecutor- I sl-.ip. should be given within two .This .was accepted by Mr. .Durban, Xatal, Kast' ihc beneficiarits of. Ihfc- dobtul Mi. Chrysler then proceeded with ..the examination of. Mr: Muller, quot- from "a printed exhiljil put in-by Indiana killed today in'ao af- L'anlitpn. .On tiic. evening of Jan. 29, 'oilier oils, barrels nf spirits, rags, moss, ere'd boltlcs, AcVland adiicd fr. Lindsay's jiartncr, dlscorcVed tbo robbery thla and in thc hands of the polled Detec- tives Vi'tgg antl Kitzgcrnld i the trafl of .tlie thle( withqnl so nth as a ilcsL'ription to aid tlicm. The Krai second-hand store they visilet'. icvcaled Hanson In the act o.f trying to illsposo of some blankets. The d'clcctives noticed the candid grease on hts coat, arrested him" ort rfiisplcipn, and on helng searched at Hie "station, some articles of" siiycr-'_ ware were his person liad Mr. Initials cijsravecl thtreon. Other nrliclcs, which brought the tola! amount ot the in of I up. to about were found-In the C. P. K, waHing room. -It Is probably just as well IJiat'the (lekclives (Ifd not catch him In the act. for ho Is a dangerous diaracler. A .u" cnlSbic" icvplser, loaded-lo the long-bladed, crutl (taking WAS MADE ! H was while lying at thc point IcaUrin ilic It alt hospital- that the will ovgr which a. contro1 now arisen, was made, naming Poly dorc Varlnais. brother, as executor. questions frankly. Later on K.: H Wilson, Aid. Lowering, A. M. jMr. Chrysler remarked that in Artlnir-Vra'vne. talcnlalions, .Mr. Mnllpr hart not con-i Ml{ T1110 AK1VIPT TTTC-stdeIca a lo1 d wllich C1UT1CISMS (Conlltnieil hffn electioneering all I inilV UlU f t m-ij v j, ovcrsv has llic mill anj'! Of the campaign orations arc begin- anil endeavored lo do nothing inline'Poly- frclill6 prcjuiiicc. llf. had to Kcar 01, nerves. t-Iic to lose Mm any voles." hide anil woulil answer ali legiti- There were four speakers, IMrrring lo fhe map episoiit mm-, Mayor on'Tuesitay niglitf at.tlic Miners'-Mall, Mr. Wilson stit-: Ml that his taxes on his resilience were J3S1 in 1912 anil t600 in 1313, wliith .did not look .as if he had had IRVING IS DEAD into cost oE 'They could riot be licrausc Lrilinsnis Mr. Wilson first dealt ;viili some at liira hy 'Mayor the figures submitter! to me were I al d.ff G (vos. He 'called it swii that they cobld not lie consiil- j which is tin argn- racnl. anv Lian. As (or his the Board of Mr. Multer. Examined us lo his ileilucllons, rrora sliowicg the oprrnlini; cosl- per 1on TrajCi shovn his apprf'cia- mile on the C.l'.ll. to be lower in hicill wotjc Hone In lor- j Ihc Manilohn and I.a'se Superior Letlitridgo hy suli'scribing S300 lisions, -Mr. Mullcr said he hail Ljinijrhjgc Industrials. Limited. rived at these n8ures by s'ums al t-iracs lhc traflic by' ilivisinas. Tlie. I.aVc Superior Division, he said, afforded It 1lCen dial tliis had i tion to l.omlon, Nov. astonishing j i.rrn rcporlr.! to Whitehall ttiroujsh (knife. slory ol n strike aniiWK the usual imieiari-hannols .the- seal fnt'ne was "insacked ttir. AilmiraHy is told In this week's lords respectfully' remonstrated, with ,from stem to judgeon, and !i. Truth. It serins Wiiistoa- (heir rhlef anil then, lemonstrance entrances to Borne I! the roorna, thc Omnliill brought Ihe strike upon not Lring famr.ilily rceeUed, resigned I thief liad forccil Yale thai only Umself hy prrsonally iiilerlerirK in .1 In n hrnly. Apparently.'tliis had the an could open. In H i.ersonal .srievanc.e Ihe.! p.irl of desired .eiltcl, for the afiair-lias H.jiaior Thc ineiilfnl laving ilcntly Mown utcr. r-. Tfanscn fa to have belpfd hlniself In choico cm! any part in Ihf city's an obiecl .lesson in Ion- comparative n. A-- I. operating cosls hecamr ot tlic heavy (hat demanded alll.ii lonnasc'carrio! uier the division. ,r given He denied Mr. Muller aficfd .IM the. operatinj; Hardio's statement that- the cost'on Ihc Manitoba Division had ol the ali'ovc company hfen reilm-cd by reason ot the double- wos aml hp brought tracking oi llic sjs'ein (o Korl Lcilftridgr to .'ivc-Mm a job. The iliam, the teduclion o! curves and im-1 had i.ot hcen closed un- iproicmeni o( grades. (il Iast a secretary hai! been aproinleil aitci bis coming -to this city. "Ho said 'hoiv imuli- trust you 'IN POOR HEALTH SlR AEMILIUS IRVING Toronto, Nov. Amellus treaturer of trie Law so- .crtty of Upper Ctntdt, Canada's oldett lawyer and.Mason, and a remarkable Canadian, died here this morning in hla year. Sir AmeFiue survived by ffve tons and two Two of the ions are P. A. Irving, a judje of.the Supreme Court, of Victoria, B.C.; and Dr. L. E. Wenlwonh Ir- ving, of Edmonton, The'deceased al one time reprt- Mnted. Hamilton In the Houte of Cftmmonc at a Toronto, Xov: Jauics ney's mtdital .'attendants have ds- crted that must m nn'ay lot a complete rest as the only means for :nuch to do with the assessment map. GltACK trtaee diJ not take up and said little that he has not said elsewhere. lie the a plain statement of his en-, gintering experience. He said he held, t no animosity toward.any of. his nor.cnls. He had been by many friends not of tlie committee, to'al- low Iiis name (o stand for the posi-: lion, lie owned interests thought I.ellibriJgc a coming city for-lhal reason hail accepted.'Ilei merely asked lhal llic voters weigh his'cxperiem-f. and it they helitved him Hie right man for (tie place "to put him in office. SlXXiESTS IXVKST1GATION'. AW. Lowering came next, and nourished a copy ol Hie Herald con- Mayor llardie's invitation to the the SJOW.giafl slalenienl. can lie iltlied any person to pick thc win- pul In Mayor llardie's jner in Ihc mayoralty contcsl. He "Mayor ilardie also said." conlin-'Canted everyone to weigh the candi- ueJ the srejtti. "that I cppostd him iilales and pick out tlie one with the last year hrcausc I was opposed lojle.isl laults. comrnissiun form of government." I (Continrad on Has.Pjl Four Townships Blanketed Ottawa Capital Interested not been in his otnec for A i rran p li'k 'Tie 'Kdnionlon, Nov. ITVO hours. Inquirj1 this morning re- lore departing. Sir .Jaws did nol l 'on now lias thc oil .lever, 'following the fjcl that iluring the past hear-hiraseK his usi'al vijor reports that a strike has been made ffiv days two Inrge. (jariics lim'e gone vlifn wiilking to his ear. Iliongli he. I aljout nine miles (rorir and liave not yet returned. On: expreastit himself in cliaratftrislic tn 'ri Ihf northern il is un- jofular niaimcr. There is a perceptible file on claims al tl.e laiid innce Lerri financed by an Ottawa pallor to his-face.. mideistood Male Irjit.'evening, and -four vvhulc j syndicate. Xolliini; definite can lie. nlTompjniM hy Dr.- Kinc.'lO'.ir.ships comprising -oicf Iparned as lu nhslher any biankclcd iri less Ihan has really hem made, ;