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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume TWENTY PAGES Lethbridge, Alberta. Saturday, November CENTS Number 390 LIBERAL LEADERS STAND BY POLICY OF MARKETS FOR THE An Answer to Questions Asked by Conservative Rung True to West HOUSE OF COMMON! Hon. Mr. Pugsley Defines Lib eral Position oh the Naval Question THE TRUE POLICY Build Ships and Man Them with Canadians to Fight for Empire Ottawa, Nov. debate on the Address was- proceeded with in. th llc experienced a shipwreck, a were ty- dankness :f rumors of a big block on the long "musb" over tho snow fields, wcre compelled to sleep on the corncrof llh Ave., and 6th St., al- back to the starting point, a dash be- the river with 'the nost opposite the Herald, arc to ibe hind Eskimo dogs through the wilds 35 zcrp and the wind Willed. Mr. Southard stated this oi the Yukon, and a one hundred mile blowing" an icy gale. The neit inorn- norning that he had his plans nearly ride in an old fashioned stage coach, jn'g continued their journey hack ready for the construction of a Dr. Alfred Thompson, member .if ihf to Dawson City, office block on the 75 by 125 site Canadian parliament'for the Yukon mentioned, and expected to start eon- Territory has arrived at Los Angeles, struction work next-summer. .Dr. Thompson left Dawson City, Mr. Southard lias always been one Nov. 3, hoarding the steamer Videl of the solid business men of Lelh-'for the long voyage down the Yukon his retirement from active River. The engineers put on full Dr. Thompson departed by sjcigh mercantile business does not mean- steam, hoping to reach the month oi drawn by six huskies. He travelled that'ho has lost faith in the city, but the river before it was frozen. The in this way more than seventy miles is merely a desire on his part to get -ship worked its way through ice floes through the wildest part oi the ler- away from the hard grind ot nineteen for 75 miles, when' it was caught in ritory and made connections with an years' work in building up the grasp of the [reeling water, and old-fashioned stage coach twenty-lour ness he can point to today. 'after hours of labor in an effort to hours later. The trip occupied several days and Ion" before the party reached Dawson the food supply gave out. Immediately upon reaching Dawson SHEATH THE CLAYMORE! GET OUT THE PIPES! St. Andrew's Day! November 30. The day all Scotchmen honor. Eat haggis, and wash it down with the dew of lieu Nevis. There isn't a Scotchman 'worthy of the name who does not today let his thoughts wander to the land made im- mortal by a muster role of lieroes and great men second to no other nationality ill the universe. Peoples of other nationality can well afford to broaden out today and greet the son of the heather with a smile. They are worth it. Lethbridge, apparently has no St. Andrew's Society, and there is no celebration here. There are Scotchman here, too. Any. one in doubt, should attend a municipal campaign ff meeting, and hear one of the mayoralty candidates talk, and not overlook the braw alder- manic candidate from North Lethbrldge. What IB the matter with get- ting the Kilties baud out for a few skirls on the pipes. r. THE PLM NEW CIVIp UTILITY WAS USED TODAY FOR THE FIRST TIME Rumors to the effect that Judge Winter had handed down decision in the .gambling appeal cases heard at the sittings ot the District Court earlier in the month are pre- valent on the streets these days. The rumor says that the appeal has gone, against the magistrate's decision, and! n'8ht's mooting in St. Angustin's hall that the police officials are keeping until Mayoralty Candidate Hardie in the matter quiet for various reasons, the second Instalment ot his address 1 ELECTORS LAST The Herald made enquiries this to the electors began to touch on in the story. Judge Winter has not Aid. one of the members of yet handed down his decision, al-.'tho Hnance committee, dropped in. though it is expected every day. Locally the case is one of the most_______________________________ interesting ever heard in the District he produced figures to show that the i morning at the proper sources, and increased trade was growing with '.he found that there, is not a jot oi truth About time United States, but was for greater in imports than exports. The increase of ImjicTte last year ho placed at and the increase of exports at but. a little over a million. The ex-Minister dealt at some length "way in the Richelieu bye-elecUon, and made much of the declaration of Hen. Robert IlogGrs that not until weeks after the bye-election had ho ;becn spoken to about it. Mr. Pugsle-y read in full a speech made by Hon. Mr. Pelleticr, the Post- master-General, at a Quebec banquet, in which considerable reference was made to the Nationalists and their fn- ing indeed, and some light was thrown on the financial situation which for one reason or another has so far been wlthheM from the public. meeting belonged to Air. Hardlc although he very graciously gave way to some others of the aldcrmanic can- didates who went over pretty much the same ground as they have done on other occasions. But because the meeting belonged to him. and was presided over by him, Mr. Hardie made the most of his opportunity, and created :i very favorable impression. Mr. Hardio criticized! He did not single out any one particular mem- ber of this year's administration. He even went back to other years and criticized other mistakes in tho muni- cipal affairs of tlie city probably mere grave than any of this year. (Continued on page the police arc watching the suspected moling joints very closely, no move Citizen Again Attacks Commission Government Editor, Lethbridge Herald: flueuce. Pugsley drew from, the programme the admission that if tie Conservative been defeated in tho bye-electlon he felt con strained, resign iu Quebec couuty; and sec if bjs iwo'plfi the're- were of the same bp'tnfon iis in Hbchelagn. Too Lonn Delayed ilr. Pugsley said that before tnia intimations should have been given as to the information the Pre- mier had secured in Knlnud on tbe naval tiuestion. The House and Sen- ate bad hfien Itrnt in the dark. Me read the resolution which was passed In the House on .March 20, on; Dyspeptic Suicides York, Nbv, telfl-jbeen made of this phase of the mat- phoning that he was about to com- Wr. the writer cannot resist the tern- mil- suicide, Wm. A- Richardson-, ptaUon to say one word more. arc settled, and a precedent set which to work. is being made until the appeal cases writer of this letter baa no desire to weary your readers with any fine spun discussion as to wheth- er Commission government is British or un-British. The question is not important But a deal has member of a well-to-do and nipmintmt family shou himscTJ -in trfpfc oi a in bii> night. Charles T. Kicbardson; tue hrotncxj rushed to the apartments, ancl with several policemen forwil in the door. They found William Richardson dead. In a note hcsidc the Mny was The writer of a special series articles appealing iu your paper maiutaius that Britain's greatness cbnVlfits bar readiness to aeslmilat'o and adapt to own. refmlre'ments al) that is heat in other countries and races. Well, UritJiin. has 'neitbsr ad- opted nor adaptor! direct le In a note hcsic the ny was a V written instruction io have a library In nal.onal or municipal goveru- hook. "Misery and its ment- (lirect is the Hichard.son said his turned rharlcK T. binMipr had siifierod from acute iiidi- i for his time in oldest form of democrnfio, govoramoiil (having boen practised iu the city of Athena 2500 years asoi, and lias bntm hi active operation t'loui- nt band tn iviri. lie spent much of lent on the roof of of, Switzerland since thft tho navy and whuii he ffe-1 liomr in the fashionable tipper ld Inference oh- (Continued on page S.) nveinii- section, lie was 12 years old.' VKMIS? The fact is the Gommissioo government, with direct legislation, i neither British or American, in HO far as It bears any resemblance to tharations lor war. The diplomatic world is anxiously awaiting confiriifa- -iou the optimistic ed in the Ottoman capital as to the irobable result of the ,lie Tchatalja Fortifiealionf) Diplomats ,SCB that once hostilities been definitely adjourned and tlto allied Balkan nations aie iu a nobi- to calculate their gains, tlicnj vill.bti a nuioh'bcltcr chance ot btidg-" "ng the chasm, _ Terms of Peace 'London, Nov. R'nwick, correspoiuient of tlic Daily Chronicle, it Constantinople telegraphs.: "I learn on-excellent authority the iaIkan-Turkish poace conference late -his afternoon reached a s6Iid.'- basis >l agreement which augurs well for .lie early conclusion of negotiations. The delegates arc now at one of the ollowing four points 1. Adrianople to remain Turkish under certain stipulations. Deluding the reduction of the lortifi- ation. 2. Turkey to enter the Halkan con- eiieration for customs purposes, The xacfc conditions of this part are not, however, definitely fixed. 3. Autonomy he granted to 'Alban- ia, under the ,control of the allies. 4. Macedonia Mussulmans, in anv territories annexed by the coalition, to receive certain privileges "The only serious difficulty in tho way of instantly signing the peace treaty is Bulgaria's.demand for a war, indemnity of francs, which Turkey so lar refuses to pay or even to consider. "From a good source I have learned tfjaf. a fifteen days' armistice willrbe signed, probably tomorrow. There is no doubt that very definite progress has been made with the negotiations and high hopes are raised this ing at the F.-jrte. The now regard peccq as "Kiami! Pasha him- self as opuiitistlu the pros peciK of 'an early peace with lion- pr.' WERE SEVENTEEN LIVES LOST iN WOODS" OF MICHIGAN THIS AUTUMN but merely to force upon questions at issue between the Houses. This is a new and astonish- ing theory. Tho writer has looked up his Kigshot, who, fortunately, IB con- ceded to be an authority, and he finds that the Houso of Ixmls is a chain- policy of the administration to the' bt-r with (1) "a veto of closest SITU tiny, and that time and power of revision." Now, ovory. Hrllish ministries have gone boify knows that the lords recently ilciwn before a motion of want of con- utlomptod, not. merely to "dejny" mill filicide, or before a-storm of public! (Continued on nnRc 8) went through the of one not occupied by Mr. Lloyd George. This bmh'n was aleb arrested. In his speech the Chancel lev a cbungQ "in the present land laws" was imperative. In the Highlands were acres whic.h should bo uscil to prcdm.'o finest crop in tbe world, but they Imd been trans- formed into deer rijscrves. 1U> added that showed that tlic InrRo numbers of robust follows vi'ero loav- iiiK tho country nninially as thtiiigli it. WOTO DlafiiK1 stricken, nnd dcclnred that mimh of stopped by a 1'ror 'migration would he- land Hj'SUMll. Calumet-, Jliclu, Xov. tcco men and hoys were shot, drovn- or dieil oi exposure, while huni'-ng thii uorthem Michigan dur- the season which closed today. Several were victims ol the hunters 'wt'o sUo'fc at "moving bushels." Four oi Ihii victims we're clod in Haming ivv'o.were and one is ci'iEsing, believed fj bavo 'iied fron] exposure or, shot Vounda. Two are at Ontonagoa on a charge oi' murdt'r i'or the death of one man. The mini her of victims is slightly lower than the avrragc1 soti. ANOTHER GOOD MAN OUT Mr. II. A. Mt-Killnp u-imoimccd to- day iijs candidature for tho School 'Hoard. ;