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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume IV. TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald Let hbrWjte, Alberta. 'Thursday, November I. Number 2tMi. THE SIFTON GOVERNMENT FORESHDOWS ALBERTA POLICY BLONDIN 1IHE NEW DEPUTY SPEAKER Man Who Derided the British 'Empiire in His Speeches FIRST DIVISION Government Had Forty- v four Majority Against Amendment. Ottawa, Nov. fir fct division in tho new parliament ti ulaco yesterday when the Bore fcn govern- This is Saint Andrew's Day This Is SI. Andrew's Day, Nov. 30, .the patron saint ot Scotland, and a day dear to tho hearts of all sous of the lloath- er and Haggis. S. A. IS DOING SPLENDID WORK Commissioners Tees Re- ceives Cordial Welcome to. Lethbridge Commissioner Recs, head of. the Salvation Army in Canada, was PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE OPENED INI NEW TWO MILLION DOLLAR BUILDING 1 _____________ I Speech From the Throne Deals With Many Measures Designed to Build Up Alberta and Attract Mentioned Twice in Speech Governhient Will Aid Dry Farming Policy to be Resources Edmonton, opening of .of cultivation may he again evidenced the Provincial Legislature this after- next year. It a matter of pride to been rushed to completion ceremony. The ceremonies noon marked the first occupation of UIB new two million dollar parliament Sfl, the soirth wing of which has for the in the beautiful hall this afternoon presented a brilliant spectacle. The approach to the building is by a steel bridge over a deep ravine and the legislative hall .was filled with the elite of Al'berta when Lieut. Governor Bulyea, pro- ceeded by a clavacade of the 109th recall that 'the exhibits made by Al- berta at tho recent congress, were awarded to large number of the prizes offered for1, competition as to uecure the prlxe-for the greatest number of awards obtained by any exhibit not- la a marked Improvement amongst those unfortunate people who, In the Interests of society generally, it Is necessary to place under more or less rigid restraint. Good Roads Coming A measure.w'HI be submitted to you for dealing in an extensive and Alberta Dragoons, arew up to the colleges in; these' States, buildings promptly at three o'clock. The following is speech from the throne: Mr. mcnt had 44 majority in the division rejecting Sir. Willrid. Lauc icr's amend- ment, deploring .liie absence Oi a ret- H js du. together for the first time in this1, crence'to the naVa! poll'jy in the ieliambsr which will be the home of! speech [row the throne. The division '-evening he addressed an Assembly of Alberfirt was attended by the r final exciting in the Salvation Army liar- [throughout the years to come, Is o: scenes and "horse play" Tho speak- ers yesterday were f f. IT. Hoivin and Hon. Charles Murr. jiy. After the division, P cero-icr Dorilcu nominated P. B. Blon din, tlm notor- ious aiiti-BrlSisli Natic Mialist, as dep- uty speaker. Mr. F. F. Liberal whip APPLE SHOW AT TORONTO 1NJ912 Official of Federal Gov- ernment Interviewed at Spokane Spokane, Wash, Nov. 29 I-K Hunting, of St. Catharines, Ont., meeting with general appreciation and government to the general rail- j official' representative ot the Domln withstanding the efforts lo secure that I ttcal way with the' dliabilltieg felt by Ifludablo object made by the .govern-! the residents, of'the rural sections cE merits of'the several states "of the the province of trunk'roads between Union repreeenteti the Congrcas, the more important points. My fv- 3B well as the authorities of a uum- .ernment is p.E-opinlbli'-that by ber of the moBt advanced agricultural mm ting 'rail road" facilities by main hljrhivays 'upon a carefully coiiidar- tiamenitratlon Farmi Plan mHoh accomplished -towards solving the transportation My- government has found -that the problems of our farmors. .work being done by the department ,J and gentlemen of the of agriculture through tbe several de- Railway Legislative Our meet- monstratidtr farms in-the province is attention invited 'by Uncle Sam Gives Thanks This Is Thanksgiving Day In the'United States anil Is being generally observed as a Itoll day throughout the Union, Hallway traffic carrying holi- day makers has been large. 4 work oi the UK. fact tliat the chamber practically oc- be In entiles the site of the old council jje'of sncfi racks; Mr. JlacTicnzio presided, "f some historical significance, tho tevs. over the rrrfietiug, while'oUiers on the platform were D. Hlgintiptham anil Magistrate Ball. Commissioner. Rccs is an interesting personality. This is his first visit to Lethbridgc. lie has that work by "'ay situation not only In these Department Of Agri ;svstemallc education thern portion, of the province where t, ne instruction in agricultural mat- railways are, urgently, required, but; accompanied by f rca n who, Grindley, ol a'c ikst also ill those parts in the southern Montreal, is- making a" tour of the portion the .pressure American iNorthwest, its character but niuure that it can migration .-has forced settlement out chamber of the Huason's Bay Com-j-bc roadlliv advanced and enlarged as of practical reach of such railways been in charge of the Vrn j in Cjjadi for 21 meeting last evening 'was in the lure of wtlcoini. Mr iriKinhotham George the fifth, ana Queen Man pany, the earliest form of govern ment established in this country pleasantly connecting the past with the future. We may all unite in the hope that the legislation to ba enacted ilpre will be for the benefit and fare of the people of the province Their gracious Majestt-es, .Kin; ind MiElsllate Hall brief nouls crowned at Wes mmsler m June laat, the province being "epre tisuig, moved an. aiu. cnflment object- ing to die Appom t incut on tho jjroumls that Lilondll is not true to Fmiure He Ji Id this because thcrt wai, a poiiilnlijtv ot Blondm be- coming first comm to conciliate ted. J500, with {300 to car waiiinlcnt 'iai1 with the (mention 1 oi regiments of foreign on of which a scheme grew, the govern ment giving and Ihe city ........__________ Citj if tlifjJliOOO and the generous public the 'tatcpajcrs pi Ice him al the head of other the idea being the eitc lo nolti ite 6psbion of tM2 rtho polls OB lltlee 01 StaRordvillc. Inspector West and ]n llo province of Atborta, the city of tionary am I An rftort JflU be mado to form all men could ht sent instead ol gomj to Lelhbrldge havinit been selected tor an ,Vnll Ire f.ssociation ij sit Tnesdaj evening Jail 1 his home will he opened in a the place of meotins. a laW crowd Is eipectcd to weeks and will have accommoda may connantiy be ranectcd that The pub'ic accoimH for the vear (or dMOrated en- 1910 will bo laid be'ore you ai well jn he said "but never have I qnlrtmen i of the public service I seen cleaner or bettci apples anj-j Gentlemen of the Legislative Aisem where I have talked with scores of horn citizens. Hon. Mr. Monk told .tho'house thai) had been appropriated for im- provements to Rldeail Hall pending jthe arrival ot Duke and Duchess ot q p, told Mr Martin tht rebel It is believed am ,ou to the busmesa growers and have what they do j (ijegina) ,iho pol- Ulrf he vill silifciiard the constitu tio'n. Rebel despatches from Hankow sav thai tin of the re olu rmy. is decreasing, that Ilu- an Nan troops on the rebel side have ifusert to atlnrd ;.and that the live 'J -I- HAWAl'l ENJOYING GREAT PROSPERITY of a home where yotinc six acres of nice garden land. the natural producing a.blHty o' tho There provluue under dry farming mcth'ods of the aesaion 'hoping that jour de the waj ot spiniinr; and pnlning llbeiatlons will he divinelj guided to caring for their !7s'of" thTpmirie pronnces would the best interests and welfare of the and can now understand why Wash- I annolmccd niovlnce ington apples enter the world's mar- kets. However, I think that it our New. Introduced thousand rebel recruits in the prov-'bythe After the speech had .been re-rpad Ontario and other pro- four.riw3onserT.itlv-e inco of Ilua Pen have become, insub- i members were' Introduced and -cck onlinatc and shot their officers. i their seats amid oi'-onltion will he no prison but lovu will be the ruling power. Three weeks ago Si. John, New Urunswick, invited tna to meet the object being that we should build m purchase a i property for'a Juvenile Court and dc- j tcntion home, similar to that now in INTEREST FOR AL m (o (Continued on page 5) 1. nashiiutoq! D C jprospcrit) In Hawaii during Ihe Commissioner; al o aspect ol .tin pabt jeilr according to the nuual spolo of the work of thp bal a on 0[ Gl iv Frear of the torutory Arniv outside Canada and notid the to Sccrelarji ol the Interior lusher facl that the Vrmv had iakcn o cr re sajs crisis have been large and the management ol the whole leper nioci goody i I 'ettlf-ment of the Dutch Indies m co ,iid exports (or the yearoperationwiththegovcrnment.com- 'Scarly the ira- Uiissioner Rees maile no apology .for worth thi; saying that the Army's religion was and somethHig important ly Is nomina-llon day, and the affaire of'the city as will enable bin, brKlf.e. tly, model city of the won, m ii-.-i inlerestc of fs iua niotlo, and In tho past he v ,t th. campaign-is changing to in Se ol th. shown himself to .be possessed of the There was no ronfus.on ivinces in Canada gave as much timf {and study to their trees as the 1 ranchers do in this country they would not onlv rejuvenate their or- I chards but also i-row better, fruit i and receive more money for their j products. j r "The Spokane: sliovv, which 1 am eraiv completed and all that leniams told is the fourth sincu 1008, was re-, boing the compilation of the mass qf .a- .accumulated inionnation into a ec- ho port lo the fovcinmcnl members ol COMPILING REPORT WORKJSFINISHED Ottawa, Out., Nov. itin- sntisfnction IB espreesed with the al- dermnnlc tla'e as It appear! today, About 00 per- 1 i with the Unit- ipottl Pnt. ot thi I rThe punpipal export frpm the ilflands j ot which there -----i.il pounds'oi raw IWero nearly more 1 l" int pounds ilig( ji'.'shippwl. Ih nine fruits rjitnu. npit worth )'ij} thmi Ilil'MnK iicen e.vported, while plat- form being in-accord with those of the ether poiitlon. "I was especially pleased O.DI the'ol tho commiss-m vm "Not large attendance ol Canadians and al- onlj have the) Iherc splcn- Hritibh Columbia did tvnra of schools lor industrial the fact that growers carried pal box prizes. The Canada were not as l but this is explained two of the princt- entries from by Secretary Kice, who said that it was nol (Continued 'on, oducjtion, hul the; ate Uvmg plar.i bntct lo correlate aiadtmics with industrial training We ucrp well rpived and obtained many valuable statement-, liom leading eilucationisU Ik the parts we visited j ;