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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE- DAflLT HERALD f A j? r 'Alberta and' Great AVaterways! company, congratulated, the city qE Gi A. OC U. Uj Lttlfl Railway Company special. "'accounts.' Medicine on the prestige that" Before the Legislature tCo'rtmueu irorn front "Aiid" the 'finding of the commission. is: 'That in.' the opinion' of your com- missioners all -the .evidence 'does not warrant .the finding" that there was or is any such interest on the of'Dr. .Rptherford'of. Mr, C. W. cross; as Is suggested -by the words' of the resolution oi the 'assembly.' j Companies Not Parties of .the companies, which 1 represent nor any of their o.tficers or were named as' parties to investigation, .nor. was this en- iiui'y. -directed to. their conduct except And the name of appears merely-Because-he is a properly paid-out 1'or the_ purpose, of tiie infiden'ce ot would result to it .opening of this plant. The people of Medi- winch they -were borrowed ancKin ac- cordance with the .provisions of- the statute under which the guarantee was given, and neither lie.nor the province have'any -proprietary- rights whatever in these i'unds. Unless there is something in .the cx- C.P.R. in city. If they .were true1 tc. their opportunities they, would receive the confidence and "sup- port of t.ixo great railway .which'he represented, C. S. Hotchkiss of Edmonton Mr. Hotchkiss, the publicity missiouer for -the province of Alber-. L. -tlHw t iAti-V' fh ta> gave a very eloquent -address ---iv l, tarring to .this event as of .far-more ;isting-law or in the agreement twaen the railway government which justifies such, ac- j even pEOViucial tion, to ized he statcd that hc was in "the vert this money from .the company inclustrial ccnU-e Alberta. .This and from the purposes for which it was is nothing- less. _ than coniiscalion pure and ..simple. 1 What1 are- the reasons set forth in the-bill, is claimed-justify, its passage. They -are-contained in the two. "Wtiereas in tneir relanon-to their dealings with j lht. bon4s. hereinbefore' referred, to numbers ot" the government, and the j have been sold, but the said-company j legislature, certainly the question i has rnade default payment of whether or not. my" clients should! est thereon and. tlKj province -of Al- permitted to carry out their COn-i berta'has paid said'interest in dfr- iract.jpitli-tae government was notj com- plant was a national asset, a bright j light-to draw -the attention .'of world to, the industrial possibilities of the province. I Mr. John .T. Hall, publicity com- missioner ior .Brandon and former sec- i rctary ot thc Board of .Trade here, SPORTS AND. PASTIMES of tHe Game in East towards the building up 'of other great industries. Mr. HcMuUen, of the- -the government was notj 'hJie ininracabie manner, respond- L included, in- the of this enquiry..! iion'.of challenge -both Bur I.know, tiiat.these same honorable; these recitals.-' 1 claim that, .they dp hs, had such a place as'Medicine members of this house have asked the' not accurately or fairly, recite the, jjau jn to locate. He-'referred question why Mr. Clark did" not attend facts as they actually, .'exist and T iuf- thc influence exerted by to give 'evidence before the commis- jrher assert that, in'-law .neither one of j the women in iMiping fo shape -the sion. .This question has-been Astern .empire, them. Company Did Not; Default The company has'.not made default at- Hamiitoa .be- tween" Tigers1' anu Varsity 'in winch a severe fc'aty was a: fitting finish to a grand game; Though the Tig- ers; -were whipped, the ac- counts 'of the game bear out the fact exhibition of the best -skill'.that, has ever been seen on. the "Canadian -rugby field. Varsity displayed ;grcater superiority every- turn, .buVifr is thought, notwithstand- ing- ;ali 'iu.us, that, t-hey were pitted their honorary Grif-[ the- spectators and fiths; Mr. Griffiths; is: the .braiuTest opponents. football expert and! with, two stellar afrhfe command, and a re-ktioa of IT. TttvMt'1 aTmw: ,fhfi srrpfl.fr nrisBihiHHptt-i -ftf he a scoring machine that: works like the proverbial eight-day elocfc From- scrimroage to full-back he has. welded the individuals' into which has only apparent ness, lack of weight, on they have overcome date" by.: mil come. times and 'I propose briefly answering it, though, strictly "speaking it'Has-nothing whatever to do "with the matter before" the "house. Clarke's Absence "The commission appointed as of certain charges on 'tiie "floor of the house -by certain members., against certain the i'nnuiry must .have assumed that the gentleman had.iaken the respbn- in-the construction, oi. the -line 01. rail- way. By the.company's act of incor- poration', it'is. provided jhat "the work'of construction'of-sail line of said railway, shall ife.commenced with in" one year from, the passing of this act, from of'February, 1900, apa'shall..-proceed-fronx .the--utr most dispatch and shall completed within four (1) years-from the-com- mencement of unless pre- inore building-up, of civlization thau all the men in Tiie' last toast on. the list the Press was briefly responded to by R. Ware, "of the. Medicine Hat Tinies; sibiiity of these caarges had vented by the act-of- G-od, the King's sorne "evidence to oifcr to support.; internal, disturbances, ,'epi- 'As soon, nowever, "as th'e'coni-l'de-'mics, floods or other causes beyond ODene'd'its-sittings it became control of If for- apparent that this not the- the causes aforesaid-the. work const-ruction is delayed the com- and that instead of coming forward j may make to: 'the evidence to .support -their ac- Lieutenant-Governor-in-council for cusations. these gentlemen, proposed to ..throw affairs ,of of time, and the Lieutenant Grovcrhor-ia-coimcil shall :-giautr-such clients int9 the arena to.fce used- as extension for "the pe'rib'd' of 7su'ch 'ooliUcal.capitaL Under these circum- r The company did commence.' the of constructing "the within thc year. For..some.' qonsidcr- lime before the .end the" stances-Mr. Clark was; perfectly, justi- lle'd in saying: 'Thesis no occasion -Icr'me to come forward 'to" defend my-1 Kuli' iintil I -ain attacked. J will not j surveys- were being plans allow myself to be made a plaything! profiles prepared and of the people- to brought in and-clearing; and done and ,on the .23ru and of OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL 'First Division- Manchester United 2.. "A'otts Forest 1: Everton 1. Jiury. 0.; Notts County .0. Woolwich Arsenal 1; Newcastle Unite'd 2.- ,_ Rovers 6: Sheffield nesdav 1. 5; Middlesboro.O. .Sheffield United .5; I End 0. ster up, an accusation thW have made I and on the, 2r "o j .t. if-" Fc-bruarv, 1910, plans and profiles and j .t. recklessly and' without any evidence a book the first ten to, support it. My first duty-is'to pro- filetl in -the office the icct tiiose who are-engaged with me S chairman of- the executive .council: 1 iii tiie eaterpriss, -whose interests will {-produce for your 'inspection iotisly prejudiced if i signed by Mr.'MacLeod, the. clerk of 1 e. executive council, and I also 'have by Mr.-Jackson, ilped. to.. ac very. seno private affairs with which, have ho concern made ..the sub-. ,3eet of rpublie discussJorr.'and- p'piiticrit controversy.' "There is room for a difference ol opinion to the-wisdom of this at- titude as a matter-of policy, but it is City 2; Oldham Athletic Sunderland 4: Tottenham Hotspun-fl 3; Bristol 'I The Division, "-Barnsley, 0: .Burnley, l. 1. Hull City, 0. Clapton' O.r West .Broniwich .plans. These _- approved JJerby. Gainsbbro or disapproved by tlie chairman- of the- executive council. On the ISth of March, 1910, one of the members of this bouse, Mr. Boyle, a perfectly, .intelligible, attitude.. It is t5iat_.thc-construction of. the road shouia remain in statuo quo, tne inadamental .priiiciple .of i p2ncling- tjie sittings oi thc commis-i jioerty that no one is bound to.defend sion, and-the premier-gave a public liimseli' until ie is accused and up to' assurance that the government would tie-present time .no one has ccme for- riot, approve the route beyond Batten- to make any charge against Mr. j and that-no part of the _pro- Giossop, G: Huddersfield Town. B.- Leicester "Bradford, 0. Lincoln City, 1; Bolton Wanderers, Clarice or the companies associatetl. vrhieh he' ceeds of the bonds would be paid out until the house met in May, when it cxnccted the. commission xvould disccssion has talien place j have reported. The house met in as to whether ihs company-acted T.-ise-irvlay, but only to adjourn until th- present month and the premier's un- "all ly in placing its rate bond, interest dcrtaking has been treated on the at five ccr cent, and whether it raigh-r "have realized a somewhat higher price ;hancis as .being conticiied until for its bonds and -in other ways the ?r3sent Ume- coadiict of company has been crit- (Continued on page S.) icised. Much m.isht -be said on both sides ol" these various questions but r. is .unnecessary to discus them at Lie present time. They cannot affect the question.-of whether this legisla- ture should repudiate its contract and confiscate thc proceeds ol' the'bond; 77-i I T teiiseand Uus destroy rhe to-estment uom iront _ j the._ company and the security on! fno Qvcrpack, a it has Oorrowsd and incurred j man Wji0 did things. He could not Alberta Clay Products Co.'s Plan! Opened at tie. Bat Stockport'Co'cmtr, 0; Leeds Ci1 Wanderers, 5; Ful- of s to third parties. -Criticizes Sifton's Statement "Thc Honorable ilie Premier In "Cioving the second reading of his bill r A. bricav but enthusiasticallv and slat- on the J3th or -November, alter ailud- wl prophecy of die Chicago -lag to the various discussions and ru- Chronicle in "l3w, which had been current, has j Medicine Hat's place" as" the industrial very properly said: 'By these 'thingsJ hub of the west -was now wfty there are not many sufb fact one; wl Vl.a in the 'city. The Attorney-Geners! Hon. C. K. Mitchell Southern Leagtre Leyton, i; New' Brentford, 3; Millwall 1. _ Crystal Palace, 2; Queen's Park Kangers, 1. Bristol Rovers, 1; West Ham Unit- ed, 1. Swindon Town, 4; Luton, 1. Exeter City, 0: Portsmouth, 2. and Hove Albion, 5; North ampton... 0. Watford, 0: Coventry City. 2. .Plymouth Argyle, 0; Southend .Un- ited, I. Southampton, 2; Norwich City, 1. .Scottish Lea.que St. ilirren, 3; Heart of Jlidlothian. y- Hibernians, 0; Kilmamoclc, 1. Dundee. 1: Celtic, 0. Hamilton Academicals. 2; 1. Clyde. 3; Queen's Park, 0. Kaith Rovers, '0; Aberdeen, 1. Glasgow Rangers, 7; IVIotherwell, 1. spolce j Airdrieonians. Falkirk, i. Third Lanark, '4 Parflck Thistle; '3. whicli 'could: be brought against them. AlteamVjnay be 'a ;gbod one if it has la pair of.fast outside wings to follow -down, a goodrptinter and a couple o.f To be great "teaci. it must-have speed in i every., depkrtnient- "an abundance brains The teams the: InterprovitLCial ,hasl riot.ieen a season in.many-years'iwhen; the teams.in this league: "were, iqf such merit, and: there, has-.neyer ibeen a .season so badly up- in-each case that the" badz been -the dis- tinguishing ;-factor 'of.'each: team." A decade: ago Canadian Rugby fbot- closed book to the average go and. freeze watching: two teams shove two-acre field. If by any it was con- When the game. Anally :over they would re- their homes. and the folio-wing correct score, in the jnorning? papers. however, has undergone.' a change. The play has grkdually'; become, more open, until Montreal .-with-Brophy, the halfback pi looked at the of the. season to have, the champion- ship at: their -mercy. Brophy: -wns lnr and'ildntreal lost three eames in ''Ottawa .were feated two weeks lat- 'er, with; Jack -Wiijlains in this game, they turned around and .walloped the defeated; Ot- tawa in Hamilton induced Ben "Simpson, the great to to the Ifay, and they jeopardised Montreal's cham- isight, "and of .the board .'the- average spectator has be- come so the art of keep-' ;'the board has almost become; sup erfluib us. As at .present, Canadian a .contest between oppos- ing wing scrimmage is only lint'inVthe two back di- the, olden days, when weight forward line .was con- most .important' asset to a -or -shoving through the opponent's line .tvas the usual mode of making; However, when the 'rule a ten-yards gain: or a must be made in three downs, ycame into'force, or the'bait given .over, to play: became w Now it is absolutely harq act "quickly :on- the line in the plays, in dashing. around the end, in tack- ling, but most of' all in breaking for the opposing backs when-the ball is being kicked; so as" to be. on hand to take advantage-of any fumbles they .may make; Speed." on the .line is all-important on the-back division it is indispens- able.. The entire effectiveness of a- .player depends on his speed. He must" be able to -catch any ball, and having secured .it, must 'be able to run ind dodge 'and kick the ball under the most trying" circumstances. easteners in their own back yard; the following week they-- finished their work, put completelyout of tiie .by handing', them; a 23 .io'il defeat r.; of_ Toronto, started -the season with'a one-inan oack division was strong they met .tw.q..'crusning defeats in Mon- treal! akd., A couple 'of made in. their back Dissettc :was put at full. Mur- phy, and. coached, a bit, and the JArgos" Thad'.'a: team that was as gooii iii the league. V From thV: foregoing it will" be seen that the back division; is much tha most important, plirt, of la ftughy team and upon their .strategy and speed the effecttvefless-Hof- Each team in the. :3 has -one'back stands out the others... Montreal Jack- Argonauts, Binkle'y; and Hamilton; Ben Simpson, Hamilton -have. in addition, Moore, Burton, McNeil and-Smith all of whom are therein lies the secreV of their strength. the great, the- sport as teams cottld: And this same Canadianv game is great combines the> ical of. the the strategic; of-ytlw Airi-7 ericau same. Ity, but their in the Canadian In the; Ontario Parkdale, the oceii eyenlj" matched, .have f been close and mterestingl'. .Thevdabs j in. thia. Union plaj-iiig an open, style 'of game, ever, since the days; of rules. -S 'Weights of Varsity; anfcL Tigers Players Were in Saturday Varsity St Michael's. 'a.'.-fasti.. tricky team; but and their, and TJLA.C., bei.tcfO'.-strcng: for them, once ther'seas6ir was we'll under They, Athletic'.Club by ear- ly in the season, hut hadi-not que to hard ;_j: The .real race in this have had "the best scaring, team -their record -being .103 pooits: to their opponents' '52; .However, team has been. man combination .sinoe" Clarke injured, b ut, Maillett, and punting" was: no't able; to Vith- stan'd the team 'play Trtien the final, Toronto .Athletic haye" a team that of the ratf the spectators Their- is strong oh combination op- en spectacular play is They have a good kickingVgalliaping back in is strong, in SherilEE.afc McKenzie at: middle two "of- the best smashers this season. 'TA.A.C. have .78 -poii.ts to their opposition's a strong, defensive side.'and'have ability to master game.' Dixott Gall Fonldsi' v. Carroll. J3 "Barron The Intercollegiate "Union has been all. "Varsity, not because McGill and Queen's were not teams, but because Toronto team .of ex- [ceptional class. This-has been due, in fa very- large degree.- to the work of If'the collegians lire ises and -win this final- jpon- test of the year, should prove: .to be the finest .spectacle in. many years, be pulled off ilton; .Tvhen Tigers and 'Tarsity'.' meet .in -final! struggle Canadi-on cfiampionBhip 'honors. Without doubt- this. will be.-a. great, game. ave-weight; oh speed the back and In Ben son a and they have team play .well developed.' On their home ground they will-be a very, very hard team, to overcome.' Varsity have a light'butishifty wing line, and a great back division-7-flie running of Maynard and' "Gall- .this year has been one of the features "of the season and (Sail's punting is prob- ably equal to that of the great Ben Simpson himself. The Turwato boye have the advantage In team play. Their machine-like -work is a treat for Potticary .o Isbister- y, of the .ib'aiidoiieft J; After Jiin- Cubmn promoter, the linkup iurnished-by Secretary, v detddenot 'tol. jfo> and Senbr Jlminer" -eept two substitntes t2ie; trip 'heen.r "trill return to 'Gincinatti in' a days Tery much' cause the Itne-up VOTuT changedilirom .the one furnished. Mm he.made arrangenieD.ts for ths.trip .of -the cham- -to Kayana. If you set any curioasly .marked.: money in, your -Ithat; look as though they had and dented with Trhese shekels are simoleons I3iat Trere originally paid out to ball Were gripped feathers.. pinched off the eaglel. CARCSTON NOTES if so, would no? be reasons forjTnerc a grand example here that! CarJston Nov organiza- iniroducing the bill that you are be-1 fcl in tions of the Young Men and the la- asked to -ead the second time of this .country would Young Ladies have been noted.. Jor.' Cad onlvreasVs Sa would as. beiorc. He their good times several vears LoliCfV mJQ. IIJK UJ1J> 1 caauiii) IrV'Jull! f'TrriPIi 1ti" -roa-t-nr" ni f fh- u I S. prtsi'it anniial enteriaiuinvnl. ot ,110 _- tijat. unuDlC to-attend nwmtr thc ciw.cas when beginnin, their season's work. This year marks tiie climax of their I efforts thus far. Something over three hundred propie attended. The novelty this tirae was a mode election with candidates in the iield. The Conser- vatii'L' noniiiicc won out. Each can- didate was civcn two stimulated carried the regrets of the-.premier that v.-itb unubic to" attend owing TO tho pressure of work at the capi- regard to what has'illii- had, however, sent-reprc- scniativcs iroin Uie various depart- ments v.ho wanted to sec what the ivra out. The Public are the reasons that are set forth in tiic; biii itsclt in taircn. "And he goes on to say: 'Tbis bin iX_.. I ['JdU'.. therefore becomes practically tae fore- closure of an agreement for non-ful- MUinent of ite contract, lliat was V.'orks department v.'as using a largo part of the output oi this plant, lie reuiired to citv of Medicine made by the Alberta and Great as a city wivh clean municipal .politics. There was no civic misman-i anrl a most strenuous endeavors and speech- ways Co. and deal with no oUier mat- ters.' I am surely then, as represent- ing the parties it is proposed to fore- close, entitled to demand that you should consider carefully' whether the reciials on which the -bill is founded are true as a matter of fact, and whe- in conclusion, that hc ther if !.rua either in whole or in part, tiiey sufficient ground in law to Justify the exercise b[ your legislative 1-owers so as to" completely destroy thc investment both of my clients and tnose who have-given them credit on the face of their contract with your government. -Let it be remember M that the dealt with by tnig bill is in the most literal sense the property 'of the railway company, and its assigns. money was bor- rowed not, by the province, but by LJic railway company in its bonds, and Lhe province was and is only second- as guarantor.. The pro seeds of the bonds are deposited in Special -accounts under the heading. cs tor their respective candidates. was proud, of the otfdtT of Medicine amuses incidents occurred a-nd I everybody enjoyed it: A very enjoyable array Mayor Janiieson Mayor -Jamieson; pi Calgary, spoke" :i behalf ot tiiat city, stating that oi refresh- ments followed and everything work- ed favorably ior a most delightful ev- lie had come to rejoice with thc peo- j After an illness of some two week's! pic of Medicine Hat in the completion and ovcr, Mr. Joseph Banner is again oi Uus piar.r, as what, benefit led one on duty at the Music School. An ai- town could not Help, but redound to fcction Of tire tonsils paused thc trou- tlic good of all. He had always hc- and Mr. Banner was very succesa- hcvcil that ivledicine Hat would be- operated upon by Dr. Lynn, coins a manufacturing centre. All I The pupils arc getting down to lliey nwrtcd now to realize that was vork at both studies and thc enroll- populalion to take care of thc nient grows daily. This new depai- do much product. Tnr. city had started on, an cm of progress and prosperity "that cvrri vision and anticipation could not fully comprehend. Lethbridge Aldermen Alderman C. lit. Leth- hridge on b-'-hali that city, ercpress- ed his plcaoiire at being present at this function. The city "of Lethbridgc would work with the city of Medicine Hat in assisting in "their enterprises. Air. of thr Van- Province of Ai-'convcr, speaking on ol that turc will do much for -Cardston's musical lines. Last evening Eear H o'clock p.m. the snow began sifting quietly down and it has. continued coming ail no cessation this evening either. Building operations will be tempm- arily suspended in consequences we have over six inches of tho beautiful. Rumor has it that S. Allen has disposed of his one-half interest in lhc Cards ton Milling Company 10 Tho.s. II. Wooli'oi'fl, ct. al. ;