Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
vi. TWELVE PAGES Saturday, October'4, 1913 CENTS Number 250 SECOND READING Carried by 19 er Michener Was Speak- Yesterday Alta., Oct much, i Grwit Waterways Rillway bill racevred iU second read- Ins te the lutli'jturc yesterday.- .The House .divMed on a further amand- want, moved, t? too opposition upon the'fOTvramnit to. take the rcmilructioa of the road from Edinon- ton to -Port -lieMurray, aid by a ma- jority of nineteen rotea, the- amend- ment waa. defeated. motion -to gin tlo tlil Its sec- ond reading'was'then put and carried tie same'majority. Dr. Thomas H. Blow, 'goulh Cal- gary, moved the amendment, which was Leader. Mtchener. Neither Mr. llichener nor fllow had spoken previously In the' debate on the' bllL Before moving the am- 'e'ndment, Cr. Blow produced whet, on the Jaco.of.lt.'looked Itio an offer from a firm o! contractors to hulld the X. i'O. W, road for'fS.OOO mile less than the figure'at which the A. 4 G- W.- bonds havo beta guaran- teed. -This was made by Jufse Bros., Boomer t Hushes, a Cal- firm, of'cub-contractors engaged -irrigation Cc-lumbut, a (navy fog, two Ir.terurban cars of the Columbus Railway and Light Co, collided head-on juit north of thlt city early today, killing one man 'and seriously Injuring otiws. The cars met" on a track, and the Impact them to telucope. A score or more pat-iengera were more or lew Injured. WANT GOVERNMENT TO REMOVE DUTY TO HELP .OUT MARKETING IN Free wheat and the chancre of get- tirjg it- are being everywhere discus- sed by the farmers'of Southern Al- berta. The daily increasing car s aje, and the diKerence.in prices be- FINEST PASSENGER STEAMER ON FRESH WATER, BUILT IN CANADA The Norc-ntc, sister ship to Huronlc.'yf the Northern of the H. and 0. Company, the picture of which IB shown above, IE near'lnj completion Pprl Arthur. It haa berth accommodation for MO paisengert and seats 288Jn the dining i Two Women Horrib'.y Crushed to Death When Train Struck Auto Oct. the worst twe'sn Minneapolis'and" Winnipeg, has automobile'accident in tha .history., set the farmer's thinking.- Edmonton, at -nine ocloct tonight, .Thos. Q. Avhb owns -10M at'hv Ieve1 c- acres in Southern ;Alberta in ih; liar- Mrs. ons' and Monarch restricts, .is desirn. ot E' LlIlC-s' qus of seeing the government moaton Brewing and Malting .Toni'; TARIFF; BILL SIGNED OcL Vounded by leadere o! the party, President 'signed the Tot 0.09.'o'clock last'night. a speech expressing k'hlb delight, and 'asking for further cooperation, WHICH NEW GIVES' hOPE FOR FINE UNION HEAVY LOSS' J ?Mlnn., Oct. No More Killing of These An 'iraals Allowed Until Oct, I 1917 Oct. 4.-A hil to amend- the' gaine act of Albtita was legislature res tcrday and read a.nrst-time.-Moua tain sheep: and: goats are. to he pro- nW union lUtlon- tected .untjl :October 1, 1S17, and th Yarmouth, Erg., OcL een men of the cre-.v of the British rteamer Gardenia Mere drowned when that vessel foundered today after a eollivlon In a fcg with Srltlih Cornwcod. Four others of the Gardenia's crew were picked up alive. The cc-E- Ililen cecvrmi In the Ngrth Sea, eft thle porL HE WILL RUN FDR-MAYOR AND THE CHIEF COMMISSION- ERSHIP Mayor Hardie will, be a candidate for commissioner at the rmmicipa elections in December. He has made that definite statement. "What commissionership will you tland foe he was asked. "For (he chief commjssjoscrshlp, o course. You 1 am going to take place .'alter havinj beta mayor J6F Ihe'yMf. H Is, the commisslonersfilp oi.nbtllDg." A. M. Grace of who waa freely, spoken of as': a probabli works comnriE- alocei, will not hf in the ing.th'e taken .excelient legaK.opinion, ..knew that the offer carried nti lesal.r'esponEibiUly'. -Called., the, in-daitinj'with [this1 aocilled offer.-lii. jaW that- he- -ip ftccepl Jt, la> tho; road the mite to per ttlle, accATd. Ing to whether rolls' were ueed, the firm, wo.JlS have been willing to ha-ve Uken 6ver the Habll- and claims tho dufanltlng AJberta t Great Wat- erffajTS Hallway as re- llcvicg' the prorince from.all further responsibility; if, In Bhort, Bros. Boomer A Hughei wonld do .what J. D. McArthiir iindertakei -to do. That the offer WM not to treaud as ser- Ibu'c was evident from the faot that tha-Hrm te btilld the rond to Pacific or Edmonton. lyunreiki- specificatlons, while Ming M-poanil >y frtmler Ihe'opfoeltlon the offer VIM not intended to aa a mat- ler of fact, could not be I In'Tisw of this.fact, the.whole atll- tmlo of the opposftlon hu indicated a laok of eamettneii and' a thorousa "_ detarminatloa to .do' everything In their power to prevent a settlement of (ho-Alberta k reat Waterways dilffl. colty. DEFICIT WfLL BE LARGER distticl- arc the best he' has ever seen in Alberta. Thc'y.'will pat faith into farmers, and .re'sult in a greater, tide pi 'immigration ..CO-OPERATIVES DOING R.tgtaa. Bask.; Oct.' atchewau Co-operative Company over'.five, million Sraln-'into .their and ths-.graln IE Jn''it the.ratR of-3P.COO huehels'a diiy..'' j The Mclntyre-ranch people.'at 'Ma- NEW RAILWAY -has been..madei grath yesterday 'Mid I-one.-thousand Olta-wa ror p- charter for head of-tbfir prime, Seers'-to the Canadian Swilt Canadian J. 't ;'rom Blairmo.re Dicxson. The price not aiv- northerly ar.d westerly out, but it Is. "on throush townships was.top Ironsides Farts, previous holders'ot leasts' on the Hlood reserve, have'.'also, township about 200 head ol'cattle to the company. 0 MAY RICHARDSON JUST OUT OF JAIL- HOPES SHE .QOOD JOB as :.Mr.' Campbell WILL FARM AT1 told Jhe agricultural committsr how the.yfiiolet.ale slaughter-of these-ani- mals-is" carried out br Indians. The at the foot-- ol a inpuatiirTinhabited by. shfep and then'spreading out in a circle around 1 Tendon, OcL Buffra- ettes this' morning set frre to a lacg 4, west of the 5lhv'lo unoccupied -riverelde house at.Hamp- the tourists tral- ecntre of section'20, 'on-cn-Thamea, a. abbvo ;fie fp become jnore import- T OUT OF tie ascend1 the mountain, driv- DID- A bg the sheep; and goats btlore them to tbe.top...Hemmed- in on all sides, rfpt down mcrc'less- fjeciuse'. 'they an object of and, to photographers'ivhp aro ambitiou to 'photograph 'them- 'in. their native SPRING COULEE GET IN LINE TODAY A Few Nominations Received' up. to Last Three: in Lethbridge, Four From the Outside Territory Two women were arrested iant the openiny up tusirfclon. A large o.uintlty ol. pt. another transcontinental -railway sultraxrtte lilcrulure was' found Mountains, Mr. Camp- strcwn-about the grounds. ThP.'women-'werc Identified in court as Mlss'.May nicjiardcon and Miss Rachel I'eace. Miss released-from pritqn, where she-- was serving a term of :hroV months' Imprisonment, admitt- ed1 that .she h.id set fire to the house, and', hoped she had made, a good .Job of 11. The women were remanded for further hearing without ball. All to THAN AT FIRST PATED ANTIOI- Karnlngs for car lystem for the first nine monthi of the. year fairly and Indicate that the deficit will not mcrrejhan vaa 'aJIowod for In 'i.b.4.. current 11 told, seven persons have accept-13; November 4 to November Uie Invitation 'of the to !November IS to December 1, compete for the 12000.In cash offered day of .the contest. l In tho present subscription campaign. Considering -the was made.on the progress, so far Is very gratifying. Of coursei'.no one' has donev-any.'actual work yet, further than mapping but a plan of ectlvlty. The spedzl subscription of- fice 13 now ready >U nil o! yMlerdiy to.-gel. a little furniture in the.' office. Our 'rhone nnmber is HU, but'we'liaven't gotten any further than .the ns the phone has no: tssn Installed, but is '17. and the. la.et- Kach of-these pcriodj win have a different villas Kheilnlo-that Is, Eul'serlptlon pay- ments will have a'dlfferent %alii.e. The vpte'jwlll he'biggest during tho flrU ptrlod. ihera a substantial re- durtlon for both the second and third periods. It.Is plain, therefore, that the best tlnio to eel a good atartjls from tho beginning until KoyemSer 3. Ono of the candidates who .Veiled tha carnftalgV, office today, say tiat the propoeition was tractive. .There is no pOESlble'ctance faithfully promised for today. If any. of winning a prlzo that.Isn't wsnlcd. ohe wlsalnj lo coinmunlcala with the Jnsl fancy tha of this 'affair campaign olflco'hjr pbone and, an Ibejng obliged to accept a trip to.Call- fount -The report fret prevented to the financial department shows loiaJ earn- ings op to September 36 Mwsunted to or i monthly iTerage of 1 In 'September the number o! tut- carrleil Ings .being During tho rorxith the bluo line carried more, than twice' as many paisfnsers as 'any oth- er line, earning J2365.: In June the, red line was the big carrier, earning .and boosting the receipts for that month to 1 the beat monUi of toe answer ll not forthcoming, please ute the Herald number: 1252. Thus endeth our With the progress niidc sb'far, It I) rriorc than likely that the names of the will to published next is dnlred to hare repris- _________ sentatlTts to the eut, west, north and Ing until the candidates get busy, on good territory, aVtno-.Her- [their own account. Rernembc-r that Ihe suhscrlntlon of- fice In the Acadla block, and the pHons number IS It Is In; stalled. When sending In homlna- tlohs by raall or writing for-lrifoinia'; tornla or a plsno for his when he would prefer Iho.cMh. It was this view that.brought about the ttrir'carn. While this Is the opening day'of contest, there will not be anything do- bell advocated that, the laughter .ol mountain sheep-.and ;oatsYshould he' jnlirely prohibited! n Mr.. moui- laln.shcep'alive'is worth to the pro- vince as much as'twelve dead ones. STEAMER SPOKANE IN DANGER Ore. Oct Pac- ific steamship "Spokane" vtrucK 1 rock oH Cip: liit night and for a tlrne it Mae thought she wouEd sinX. The wlretest sent 'out S. O.'s. call and the freijht itetmer, Ln Tovclit picked up 79 pietengers who had fakan to' the bojii. 'The other.pHcengeri re- refuted to leave their comfortablt: cruirttri and later' a city by the Ktrald'i lent of yesterday that Hill, iresldent of tho Great Northern RalU way. had been in the south country urlcj the put veek, spying out and, 'and rumors that the Hill' liw ereats would Inva'di Canada ihortrrt .re tfikini on an ot aatbr Two local men, -who dnrtujg put have txen trarelllnf' throoch he report that. Mr. rom Cardston to PIncher urnlng It? the routh latter ilgce. That tie propoeeci Hill none other than the Dominion era Is the general beUet.' Th'e roiiU Allowed by Mr.' Mil in antomohiW .s that of the Etominlbn' WMtem and point'to the'cbrstructipa of the'first fifty "mile link from tie boundary, to PIncher Creek early jjesl spring. Is farther borne' mrt by Ford Cummlngi...of ..'VT.'1. Kerf owner the Owendsle. nea? Woolford. He states that farmers' la that have been .working on'iWgVade-'pf the'lAg Milk River. Irrigation project' just' acrova'.' the 1 [no negofaftng forV'contrictil V. thi IIne' and-- Ezpect 'fo' 'start' L.i projected for purp'o'se of tapping ihe rich coal fleidm inlereitei coal lonUi'of Plocher Cnek Tlathead'coontry', tnt coWl on'the'TOftheVittc'entlW to line Hill company' hauls a- large ehare- of coal from .Michel, and Dominion TVtslerit'will proyldt' a. Beo. ond outlet for'the' p( era" Alberta'- toal'JleMt.'-'1'-" K is''also krioirn' that'.the district- jiiit.across the iiae the Wib. ertoa Th4t Van Felt 'copper .'mine; irhleh Telopment work la.now.being1.pusbailp shown up remarlfjihry Tell In on tests, and MK-Vaa 'be build a aecooi once the railway tht mtaiii t'.' Oct Press reTlyw the rumor diriaion of the Interior depari-" R. B. Beanett.ai the, new- aid ll end faToraMy known In all of, Southorri Albtfial. 'At an'oatiy. date all the outside, -.territory caiiili- datcs will rccelTe a yltit from a roprc- scntstivTi .of .the. 'campaign depart- give much practical help. -1; This 'campaign-will bc'dlyio'ed into three November Post Office We'rp'ready for buBlnefls'.'1'.' '.Get In Hno lor a big slice that JWO T1IOU3AND DOLUAR3I R. BOOTH IHJUMD Ottawa, Crol., Ott. V condition o( J. R. Booth, the V lumber klnf, Injured '-by t fall of tlmbtn .at his .'mill ywterday, li sUted by hl -Mi-.