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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume V, TWELVE PAGES B, Alberta. Friday, November CENTS Number 298 Infamous Macdonald B Election Causing Lot Bad Blood ROGERS SPEAKS Then He Left the House as Not to Hear the Reply RECIPROCITY LIVES Liberal Speakers Get Back a the Minister of Finance Ottawa, Nov. sitting oi the House was the liveliest that has occurred since the opening of the session. The debate on the address 'which has been dragging along at a rather wearlome pace for the pasi couple of days, braced up, and was enlivened by a number of exciting interchanges between members. Hon. Robert Rogers started thc ball going 'by a speech, in which he re- plied to the charges of wrong-doing in Glacdonald constituency. He said that in this fight the Liberals had been at their old game of appealing to race mid religious prejudice, and that they were disappointed that, despite their eCfortK, their policy of reciprocity had suffered a smashing defeat. He was quite prepared to accept responsibil- ity for all that had happened in the constituency, and was prepared to justify the Conservatives for the ar- rests they had made. F. B. Carvell, of Carleton, 'who re- gilied for the. Liberals, started up sev- eral riots by the vigor of his remarks. He declared that outside the -province, of Manitoba, no such prostitution of justice had ever been witnessed in Canada, He had a number of warm passages with Arthur Meighen, tho member for Portage la Prairie, as to whether or not Walkinshaw, one of Ihe Liberal workers arrested, had been allowed to see counsel or not. Carvell -declared that he had not, caused Mr. Meighen to make a speech later on to prove that he had. Later in the evening session, there were a number of lively passages-at- arms between A. C. Boyce and Hou. Frank Oliver. J. G. Turiff, East Assiniboia, who the last speaker of the day, de- RACE SUICIDE AND THE FRENCH ARMY Paris, Nov. 23. That the number of recruits available for the French army was reduc- ed from In !i'l5, 000, in "jyil, o'wlng to the dim- inution of birth rate in France, was the startling assertion made hy Jos. Rcfnach in thc de- bate In the Chamber of Depu- ties today on the bill relating to infantry enrollments. DROWNING AT BELLEVILLE Belleville, Ont., Nov. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sweeney, aged respectively 44 and 40 years were drowned Ju the Hay of Quinte yesterday. The cou- ple were in a motor boat; when the craft ran into a cove which was frozen over, and the ice cut the boat so that it filled and sank. MEN CHARGED WITH CONSPIR- ACY AGAINST GOVERNOR TELL OK TORTURE Seoul, Korea, Nov. exam- nation of the Koreans charged vith conspiring against Count Ter- tuchi, Japanese governor-general of Corca, was continued today when six 'f the accused were called to the vitncss stand. All of them related tories similar to those told by the ther accused who had been inlerro- ated as to torture by the police and to threats on assault made to hem by the procurer. The-accused declared that one of lie officials who had maltreated him vas now in attendance in court, 'ounsel for the defense probably will all this man as a witness. Judge Suzuki, the. president of the ourt, during the examination of tin ccused almost invariably asks them is their religion. Several have eplied that they have" no religion, ome declared they, were Presbyter- ins and otiiers said they were Oath- "ics. The. case is expected to last a ronth. NDIA'S RULERS 10 PRESENT Naval Policy Generous but Conditional as to Placing of Boats Bombay, Nov. super- dreadnoughts and nine first-class armored cruisers will shortly be presented to the British govern- ment by the independent rulers, princes and nobles of India, if they can carry out successfully 3 plan recently drawn up by them to collect funds for the purpose am- ong themselves. It IB suggested that the war- ships when presented, be station- ed in the Red Sea, the Mediter- ranean and the Indian Ocean. scribed Hou. Robert Rogers at master of the administration. the He said that the Minister of Public Works knew who had paid the fines imposed upon tho persona tors who pleaded guilty at Winnipeg, or, at any rate, the fines had been paid by his loois. He thought that His Royal Highness the Duke of Counaugbt should ask for OMINION EXPRESS ALLOWED ON 1. C. WANT COMPETING COMPANY ON C.P.R. US OF CHI THRILLING ADDRESS BASED MANY YEARS !N CELES- TIAL' KINGDOM ON Thn address of Hev. Dr. Endicott at Wesley church last night was one of the finest treats heard in this city for some time, and while the attend- ance was not as large as it should nave been, those present will remem- ber the occasion for a long lime to come. The reverend gentleman dealt at Program of Important Questions for Railway Commission December 11 length with conditions in West China as lie found them nineteen years ago, and sputa of the various forms of op- position which were arranged against Ottawa, N0v. 28. The announce-! the work at that time. He portray- m-ent hy the Hon. Frank Cochrane cd Chinese life and customs as is sel- that the Dominion Express company dom' hcard in the average Canadian has been given rights on the Inter- audience, and presented a nrbst vivid colonial railway, a privilege hereto- Picture of the riofs of several years fore enjoyed exclusively hy the. Can- i aS0> tlltj livps of so many mis- adian Express Co., Ims ton- and native Christians sidcrnblc interest As the break-j Jeopardized. inu; of a monopoly the minister's ac-! Kn'ercncc was also made 1o the tion is favorably'viewed. It was excusable- pride whirh the Chinese j stared today, however, that the op- iu their nation, history, usages, will demand that steps tltc-> and thc speaker paid them eueoonnaugsou ascor wjn si etc., and the speaker paid them a the resignation of the Minister of KJC sccurc for other compaa. glowing tribute as to their ability, J none AVorka. ics oVer tnc C; r_ tl shrewdness anJ energy. The debate will _be continued to- whcre thc Dominion Express company! His review of the work Of missions 1. Reversal of passenger sche- dule on u. P. R. Aidcfsyue >lr.z. 2. Complaint 'against 20 cents per ton switching charges on clack coal now being delivered from the Gait Collieries to 'private manu- facturing concerni of the city. 3. Request for reduced rates on coal to different points in the west from the South- ern Alberta coal fields. 4. Application ,for an order asking the C. P. ft. to amend the freight charges oh certain com- modities from'both east and west points to Lethbridge in which Lethbridge Is'.'tjiccrirmnated ag- ainst in comparison to other points. 5. Application for extension of Interim order granting level cross- Ing at Thirteenth street. Above are nieuUoned some of the [alters which may or may not be rought :before the Railway Commis- ioners at their sitting; here on Dec. 1th next. All, of these matters''are under consideration by one or nother of interests in the ty, and unless relief is afforded by he company direct, they will be dis- ussed befors the commission, if it is ossible to get .the'-necessary formali- es for a hearing concluded before ec. 1J. Whether or not the Aldersyde line chedule will come-.before the cam- in will depend' greatly on the utcome of confer- ice with Supti- Price. The. Board of rade has the-matter in hand and are xasperated with the treatment ac- orded them in this .question-by--the ompany so far. -They are determined i take It to the commission as a. last isort, for on his'Visit here a few days go C. B. Foster, general passenger ;ent at forced to ad- mit that the present.schedule bing Lethbridge of tributary bilsiness. to the advantage of Calgary. When the A. R. I. controlled the mines here slack coal was delivered lo the milts ami foundry for fifty cents ton. Now they pay 70 cents. The extra 20 cents has been added as a switching charge, making about extra on each car. One concern alcno said this meant an increase in cost BEATTIE NESDITT CASE Toronto, Nov. Crown Attorney Thurston den- tea the suggestion that thc Crown are doubtful of the leg- ality of the indictments against Beattle Nesbitt on which he was extradited from Chicago. The case, he says, will go on at the January assizes. A TIMELY ADDRESS BIG FLEEI OF Will Build Twenty Zeppelin Dirigibles Each Carrying Ton of Explosives morrow by Mr. McKay, of Prince Al- bert, who moved the adjournment. Tlie preliminary proceedings of the j date, house were not important. Rogers Speaks Mr. Rogers said that thc Liberals Ha (had gone into Macdo-nald ostensibly to discuss reciprocity, but their hope cf success 'T1 fbfir being able to make clear to thc farmers any ad- vantage in reciprocity, but in re- course to their old methods. They had gone in, knowing that ii was a constituency of varying races, creeds, ami nationalises, and adopted their old operates inclusively. The matter is 'lot'' of nineteen years ago anil that to come .up in the house at an jjriy tile Present time was well calcu- 'nted to show the grc.il progress that of operation of per annum. The Board of Trade is considering this matter, and may take it to the com- mission. Several of the coal operators in tliii immediate district are complaining about the high freight rates on coal generally, and especially on coal screenings. A lower rate on the lat- ter commodity may be asked for, if arrangements for a hearing can be made in time. Although some nites which discrim- inate against Lethbridge have been adjusted dirring the past year, there several still which require the attention of the commission. The Hoard of Trade has been in communi- cation with the freight otlicials of the Berlin, Nov. Is planning to create an air fleet, consisting at first of twenty Zeppelin dirgiblcs of cubic feet capacity, and a speed of 50 miles an hour, capable of remain- ing aloft for days without land- ing. Each airship will carry one ton of explosives. A bill to this ef- fect was introduced in the Reich- stag by the government. P. J. Dixon, the noted Single Tax and direct legislation lec- turer, of Winnipeg, will address tho mass meeting on Monday niglit, in the .Majestic Theatre. He will speak on the Initiative, referendum and recall. The meeting has been called to dis- CUES the new city charter, em- bracing commission form of government, and his address will be most timely. MR." LANGLEY INTRODUCES AN IMPORTANT ACT IN THE SAS KATCHEWAN LEGISLATURE WAR NEWS_OF DOINGS REPORTED THROUGH AUSTRIAN SOURCES Regina, Nov. the legislature this afternoon lion. J. A.: Langley, minister of municipal affairs, intro- luced for its second reading an I amendment to the rural municipality act containing two features oi constd- eraljle importance to the provinces! large. These are briefly 1. By a practically automatic pro- cess operative from January first, 1013, the ninety existing local im- provement district will become rural municipalities. 2. To substitute .for the present flat .rate or rural land assessment a more equitable single tax whereby rural land is to he assessed accord- ing to its virgin value exclusive as at present of crops, buildings or other j improvements. Mr. Langley claimed -'for the pro- posed changes that they were, a dis- tinct step forward in the work of lo- cal self-government. Leading Farmers Bringing in Thoroughbred Stock VALUE OF LAND No Reason Why Irrigated Land. Should Not be Worth an Acre ALFALFA PRODUCTS Great Future Here if Farming. is Carried on in the Right C. P. R. ma. Altu., BUYS MINES had been in that length of time, and C. P. R. at Calgary for a year to ob- present to think seriously enough oi their ohject. In Isave purchased the Oscar mines, south of here, for the sum of A RAILROADER DEAD New York, Nov. O. Haek- slnff, for many years secretary oft William on tho Grand Trunk Pacific, closed by urging the y0111111; people tain relief and so far have failed in particular case, be shipped to Kenorn. from Vancouver for ten cents per hundred pound Lethbridge. In another case the hoen freight on bar iron from the east 10 Tuvi Kcotcnay Landing points is several! cents cheaper per 100 pounds than vcslenlav to Lethbi'klgc, which place is nearer Grow alfalfa. More hens and cggi. More hogs. More sheep. More cattle. More dairy products. t Establishment of a creamery. Establishment of an alfalfa mill. Two hundred and fifty dollar an acre land in the Lethbridge district, ,nd more prosperity in general among he farmers, with Lethbridge the cen- tre of the best farming community in O. T. Lathrop, chairman of the ag- ricultural committee of the Board oE. Trade, returned home a couple of days ago from the big land Minneapolis, in which the seven north- western States of the Union partici- pated, and although he saw much ot advanced agricultural methods on his visit lie is more than ever convinced that as an'.-agricultural paradise Soii- jthcrn Alberta beats them all, ami still more assured that the key note of our agricultural prosperity lies in mixed farming. Mr. Lathrop is taking up an exten- sive farming campaign himself, and tie intends to follow out some of the pointers he received at Minneapolis, and lie says that he is convinced that Ihe farmers of the big irrigated dis- trict surrounding Lethbridge for for- ty miles on the north, east and south get into line. Then Lethbridge jids fair to become the Kansas City, of Alberta. Land Worth Acre If the fanners in this country will farm tlicir land properly there is no reason why should net have 5250 an acre land here just as well as in Illinois, and others of the big farm- ing states to the south." The fanner member of the Board 61 _ Trade bases his belief in the future Adrianoplc the original Turkish gar-, some time past in endeavoring to on the alfalfa crop which can .ho rison has been reduced by losses dnr-; erect a more commodious place of raised in this district. Alfalfa-in his ing the desperate sorties and by worship for his congregation which opinion is the solution of the cry 111 that too much grain is being raised. He believes that it can he proven by actual experiment that a farmer growing alfalfa and handling it pro- perly can make a profit of per acre on his land. As they figure it in Illinois with their high-priced land, per acre is interest at the rate of five per cent, on When all the land in the Lethbridge district is xvorth per acre and actually producing crops to warrant Sofia, ttulgaria, Nov. en- tire divisions of'Turkish reserves sur- rendered today to the Bulgarian troops nt-ar thri village of Marhmli between the Port Of Dedcaghatch and! Mcmotica according to an announce-j ment made by the oliicial news agen- cy here. Closing iu on Adrumoplc Sofia, Bulgaria, Nov. of investment drawn by the Uulgur- WORK HAS BE 'FRAME AND COST SEVERAL THOUSAND DOLLARS St. Paul's First Lutheran church Jan troops around the beleaguered will erect a new frame church on the Turkish stronghold of Ailrianoplu are corner of Fifteenth street and Sixth bointr tightened daily. The attackers' j avenue at once, to cost several thous- trenchos have now approached within: and dollars. The contract for the 1100 yards of the city itself and building has been awarded -to foreign consuls have hnlstrd over, P. M. Weeks and Paul Seistrup, who their offices so as to prevent the Bul-l began Work cm the new church today, garians firing shells in their dircc-j Hcv. Mr. Grant, the pastor oE the tion. According to one report from'church, has labored industriously for deaths from disease to less than half, has been increasing in a marked de- its strength at the beginning of siege. .Servians Win Victory Uelujrade, Servia, Nov. '2il. Servian troops captured the town of AN EXPENSIVE COLLISION Fcrt William, Out., Nov. rear- eiul colliFion between two freights at! Alba, tho first station west cf Fort j Dibru in Albania only after a spirited encounter, with the Turkish troops' who had rallied after the re-j treat from Monastir and had been joined by contingents nf Malissor and! A man L tribesmen. With the capture cheaper than iojnf onjrft ot Macciloma The Lethbridge 'Bar association, comprising thc Lethbridge judicial dis trict, held Its annual mneting ycster- J'HV. The officers-elect are: J-resi- that valuation, what will Lethbridge policy of endeavoring to appeal passions and prejudices. Mr. Rogers quoted from campaign'-days, literature which had been circulated among the Roman Catholics of thc rid- ing, pointing out to those of that faith the .necessity of considering their TC- ligion, as well as other matters ma- terial to their interests. The cam paign was on an alleged alliance be- tween the Conservative party and thc Orange order, "the slavery of Conser- vatism under tho Orange whip." The advice given the Roman Catholics was to defeat Morrison and teach a lesson to robbers. In'addition to this, the Minister charged that agents of the Liberal party had gonc to the priests and the homes in tho riding, "telling tile electors that they would he false to their religion, and false lo every- thing if they would go out and vote for a. candidate of my choice, for Uio reason that they claimed that I had never been guilty of being loo friend- ly and too generous to Ihe Roman Catholic minority in (Contrnucd on page I the Illinois Central Railroad Co., and this morning completely wrecked six latterly its vice-president, is dead'at: cars of "wheat aixl flax. The wreck-j his home here after an illness of two j aye caught fire, and the grain was i J practically all burned or damaged. the east and on the same lino of rail- way. The discriminating rates may not be more than to the Servians. Orci'k Fleet Still per Bombarding Government Ottawa, Ont., Nov. All hope these are disposed of. The Naval bill of the government's naval bill teing shortly after he introduces. But presented by '.Mr. Ball, and it is' he- disposed of before Christmas holidays tralio agrcenwirt, with thc West tho railway company will enter few cent, himdrc.l pounds, but on the large vol-' Turkish island of Sassrno in the Ad of -business handled by a whole. rialic Sca off Hie const war Avlonn. lo a despatch from Atli- sali> firm it may bo sufficient to make the handling of that commodity pro- cns- (Uable or not. With regard 10 tho application of the city conn the interim order for a level crossing i; Germany Is Ready IJei'lin, N'uv. Ormnn min- How To Do It While away Mr. heard oi a ew factory being erected in Great 'oc V'f alta11'' licls- The new company is capi- at one million dollars, and to buy the alfalfa from the nuchic compnse the advisory board. grim, sons of meal for hens, sheep, and dairy cattle. There is an eno'mons market for this chtss of f'etl in the east. The whole sugar beet is ustd in I dent, H. Church; second vice-presi- Win. Laurie London, Nov. 29. The western I iPTy-trcnsnrcr. K. C. Mckonzle. These CJi-erk sijuadron today occur icd wltn Mr- an-d Mr.. process. Now the Lethbridge district at 13th struct, the city's case will lie has now been abandoned. The de- lary 1, will have to lib ratified, not ilon of Ihe naval measure until after .the the house resumes in January. hate on Sir Wilfrid Laurier's amend- much lime aim he given to considera- meqt to the address condemning government in connection with, recent M-c-elccUons lias not yet been Remarks made hy Liberal members concluded. After a vote has fcccn tak-Jn iu connection with thc en Mr. Mondon, will move his amend-'debate on the address, indicate that ment for a plebiscite as a condition; the attitude of the opposition will of Canada's giving aid the British depend in u large measure on the navy. When that is disposed of it; memorandum prepared by the Ax- is understood the. Liberals will moveiquith government, relating to thc an amendment, demanding the Intro-; present naval situation and the ductioii of a re-distribution bill this i amount of information it contains. session, and another criticising the'ministerial circles assurance is iiiven HPiioral policy of the Kovernmcnt. lethal this memorandum will lie ijuKe will be Hie ond of nexl, week Luforc sitnictcnt to wiUTont prompt action. j no objection. So far no cases from outlying towns 'which arc to be heard hero have been reported, but, several will llkoly bo set down for hearing before the date of tho Bitting, FIRST RAILS FOR H B. R. R. b see, P, 111 fro, n COLORED PRISONER WENT CRAZY Owen Sound, Out., Nov. c-xtcnyion. of isl.or of wai- Von Hcr'n-en, Percy Hinge, a colored prisoner, made the Lelhbridjrc district can said tod.iy in thc Imperial Purl.p.- murderous attack yesterday upon grow both the beet and the al- mciit "I can give the. positive as- 'be ccinuy jail matron, Mrs. Jennie As yet the'demand for alfalfa surancc that evervthini; necessary for who is iu a precarious con- simply baled, is so great that Farm Ihe eventuality of war has teen ditiou as a result. Her assailant will Products, cannot fill their 01- done." bc' fafent to an asylum, as she has do-, However, theic are only (Continued on page 10) I veloped maniacal tendencies. j acres in alfalfa in Southern AlVerta There, is the. right kjnJ of lanu jwilh the necessary irrigation to grow acres. When that time ccmes, and it is coming, quickly, there may i I'e need for an alfalfa mill in Leth- (bridge for the manufacture of the fin- Kingston, Ont.. Nov.. 20.-H Is learn: pcniU-ntiarv In wind, he was on pooil authority, that thc lie-! (or life.' In order lo n'Rain I lip' "lllrktl Io1 pnrtmfnl of justicn ;it Otlawu may favor ol tho Clan Nil (iuni, Dillon, j Market Assured at any limn order the release from! then a shoe dealer in Plltsliurir, I'a.. Ki.u'ht now, alfalf.i meal is ailver- at I'orlsmontli of undenooli the ilynairiling the Well- lis.'il anil is heiiii; sold in I.eUihridjre. Arthur, Ont., Nov. first shipment of rails for thc Hudson Pay Hallway is oxpcctcd to arrive on ppniifiitln'ry Dillon, llV Son lav wi bo 00 of mere vull oe ...m tons ol my cars to be rushed through lo Lo "f dynamite .Since liringinc; lo justice the murderers of nillou, alias C.arl Dulinan, Dr. Cronin Chicago, and his husi- matdy pP.r ton. This is -il Ihe rate of lias been a convict in the, provincial ness bad been (Continued oil pane ;