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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. Letlibi-ulgv, AlbiTfa.'' Friday, Odolier io, 1913 CENTS.' Number 253 PHILADELPHIA DEFEATED MEW YORK AGAIN TODAY, 6-5 IL LIKELY Deputation of Calgary Citizens Vv'ere Favorably Received by the Premier Kduumlon, Oct. a result of made by n influen- tial-'deputation from the city ot Cal-i on Premier Sif-J il is expected that some] arrangement will he arrived at for! extending to Calgary college decree cfiiiferring-powers. j arrangement wilt te in the na- ture of a eoiiiprotnibe. Di. T. 11. Itlow, has given notice of a bill lo urttrhd the act referring to Cal-. it is .arid a resolution wilt bfc. introduced: by Premier Sil- ton or lhY.Mon. J. Hi to1 6J which.will have ttc support of. ihe Liberal members, to aiipoint ii ioint committee, includ- ing 'ippicswitaiives of the senate, ol in? Albcflu'university, which will in- vestigate-the claim-of Calgary col- Trc.c for tic powers asked .for, auJ lo nrrue at. some arrange- ment lo holh the gov crr.niciil and .Calgary college aulhori- lics. TJ.e rrsntatloii will be in [bj legislature tomorrow or Mon- .'i'Lft delegation which waited on Premier Si Iton today included C. H. KciHy. Col. Walker, A. Allen, J. Trc'illus and (Jen. J. IJryan. Thr.premier received tlie deputation favorably and said tiiat the govern- of acting fairly to'ivaids Calgary in the mailer" ol MR. ILL _____-' Kihnonton, Oct. ret'ret was fell in the ture today, when It was learn- cd that E, leader of the who left the house this afternoon, taken to his hotel, and that his' trouble hail heen diagnosed as atipendlclils. S. liacon Hillock. gary, was confined to his hed today, with an attack of scia- tica. t S WILL BE SIR EDWARD From'a rieiv, photo'.l Civic Glub Decides a Candidate for School Board There will tc a la'dy. candidate in'. tht field for school trustee this year. -jiv nj of the Woftifti's1 Civli club yesttrday. -.There was-a canditioh attached, tut as -the eventual i evolved :ii hot __ likely to ttee ivni.te'j. j. candidate '.ijpbn'-onft-ftirthsr c6aditioa: found. -'jliC' nonrinaticm -.v.as tcnilered Mts. K.-.McKillop, But; that lady the honor.- _: The condition which ..the j larties were, to nm _a 'candidate .'was _ that there' would be a. Ir. j. other.. words the cily >ypuld not. be.' put. to the expense of. a for Jhe ilcgina, .Sast., .Oct. lO.-i-lncrcascd t'bcro: is almost f diffjculty in obtaining cattle sure to be a contest and. the ladies J Irdiii' eastern Caii'aila will te expert- will -have chance. cnced by the stockmen of the west There arr two retiring trustees this as the outcome of' abolition of jyear, Messrs. J. DMHsintolham and Stales tarifi on imported cattlc.-un-jH. P. Wallace. Sn.'.lar as known, the tlic opinion -ofiboth will be in the field again awl .1. [1. 'Smith, live stoct commission- there is almost sure to he otlieis. fr for The placing of iln years gone' by acclamations wccc cattle, shcen'anii swine on the free common, but of late there has been list will have a iimked effect on the. keener interest shown in school mal- btuck industry in the prairie provinc- Wlio the ladies will induce to ithin the next few months, while 'run is a -problem. At present there SASKATCHEWAN'S LIVESTOCK COMMlSSfONER PREDICTS CHANGES. AS RESULT OF U.S. TARIFF NEW PRESIDENT Pebin. Inaugu- ration of-Yuan Shi Kains first preslclear.of the China took place today. How the Reductions are Made Official Mayor ilnrdie p. Maststrate W..S Ball. City Solicitor G. W. -Robinson, Clerk II. C.. Ferris, Accountant Mccch. AESc.'Eor Court Clerk-, Pfcareon........ Sergl. Uruce............... Kergt. FJouker Detective Fire'Chief Hardy Probation Officer I-amb...... Superintendent A: Electrician .MacDonceU Koreif.ari Th'ecbald Accountant Donald ForeTnaiii SyrooiiJB -Storekeeper Well'er Recorder -Stickler Sunerlnt'e'ndcnt- SlcEachc-rii Davis It'Sjtectpr Yallance....... Prrsont Salary Salary Redaction 12S.CO KQM MS.33 1-SJ.SO 110.00 105.09 105.00 HO.OO 125.pl) 225.00 115.00 103.00 125.03 125.00 105.09 125.00 100.09 125.00 125.00 {IS3.32 112.50 200.09 1GS.75 104-50 5S.75 SLt.73 23.75 126.tm 112.30 iso.eo 112.50 112.50 S5.09 112.50 112.50 J3.75 112.50 J5.00 112.50 112.50 J15.S3 1 50.00 41.67 12.CO 1S.75 C.iiO 5.Z5 5.25 14.09 li.60 45.09 12.50 12.50 5.09 12.50 12.50 5.25 12.59 5.09 12.50 12.59 Minister AVill Eslablish Truancy Branch and fle-arrange tlie :WliletSystem. Kdtnoflf-onVOuV-: JO. Uiider reduction in monthly salaries S375.25 Other reductions ordered, to he made by laying off men, are by laying, off three In the electrical department; 5125 by laying off one mah-In-the blacksmith shop; 5125 by laying off one man In Ihe city engineer's, department; by doing away with police-inspector; by probable reduction of one man further In the police force. He- site's thtB rie> police chiefs salary is 541.07 smaller than (hat of his predecessor." 'Tliis makes a total monthly savins of Macl'eodr.Oct. love and es- teem jn which the late George A. Kcn- rvedy .was held by the people of South- ern Alberta, and, Indeed, aK: wertsrn the irftenioon Th Bre v ond some guarantee any .to he named by- the mir.Ut The premium will te deducted: hH 'annual graist to Hhe school to cattlemen the change will fcc of especial iiriporlancc. The' removal of I the tariii on wool opens, to Canada a niatket which hitherto has been almost inaccessible. Already large purchases of sheep arc .being made by western Canadian stockmen for breeding purposes. II is -said that one southern Alberta breeder alone. liss recently bought "slitcp on the United Slates side ol the line, aniMlial several Hoeks' pi to. each have heen acquired hy sheep, ranchers in Saskatchewan. They believe that in spite pi the duty cf 25 rjer cent, which on all importations into Canada it will pay to foster the industry, and they anticipate that the abolition of the is no one in sight.- TRAINMEN SUFFER SER1OUSLY- CAR OF TOR6nTO RACE- HORSES IN.MIX-UP Columljus, Oct. Pour passenger Xo. -11 westbound, was z jo'clock tliis morning. The cnginn wis jconipletdy overturned and Cchool diatricl Representative men frOTn-aM part5 .cf the ppointnient and Lefore entering- vpri nabe-dilus ol MS office.- and.lhe iribuii paid by COmT-brethren of a of regard. ,lis- guaranteeicompanj" rtr 'go'hond for'a treasurer, ap- I by--the school district comES the duty of the tiustets'to Dolnt'ariuther Ucjsurer who can give satisfactory bond and the retiring rcasurer shall have r.o claim tor up to the time'of Iris retire- nent. ,Another important clause being added to the school ortHnancc is that which proviiles ihat every col- school or other educa- tional institution inust, upon of the rriiniilcr, iuinish the denait- of. education a reLv.ru, giving such information r.s the minister may prescrihc. -The tzeasurv acl is io re amended in. tmporlGiil parliculais to mate it more workable. At the present time, !remarkable _ dcmoniira ol-. M'aVons ''from- Leth- bridged city-and other- southern towns jOJntdyth't'.Macleod, brethren-ln their ]ast sad rites. lengthy aisoclation vjilh the Mounted Police wajs fe .ognized "in a jtjji? up of .the faithful th" prairie he, honorary Dr 'Banffj Dr. Ca gary; 'Hon. Mr. Reglna; His Comrtilfislont'r Perr; ReglnaV-T, H. Stedman Mayor of Msclcod; Major Pr'imrosi R.N.W.M.P.; D. J. Cairipbelr, shcri; of Macleod, and Mr. H, B. Barnes. The cortege proceeded'" from th house at three Angllca Church, where the. burial service wa read by Rev. BalhuriVHaEI, and jro thence to the Anglican Cemeter where interment took place with M sonic honors. ouncil After Sitting Un- til 2.30 a. m. Decides On a Big Slash HE 1914 POLICY Id. Lovcring Objected to Any- thing Being Done Binding New Commission CIVIC OFFICIALS Unwilling id Part Wilh Help Bui-Clerk-Made-Gen-- erous Offer mporlant.'Legislation v' MR. Kdtaontoh, Alta., .Oct. O.-An act providing.for-the registration of ali ihreshinp machines, in the Albttla'and giving threshers a lien v _______-.... Edmonton, Oct. 4 Premier Slfton stated In the LegJshluro' today that .the. sal-.' ot John Held, formerly of Hcgina, nowi aKont-general for Alberta in London'Is per inonth. pans of the r ,-he appo'nlnifnl of a chief lru-nt of- leer, who .will liave the diriction of the truancy hratich of the department of-education. SVH KAI. Agntti President .of China. llo "ifaVmcriy. "I1 rovisional' Prcal- the train snvcil Hit coaches "propctty ol Unj- HJolkcrT pfrToroTitOj roulc U.ii.cky, fall raco knccV jed Jjut it is'not believed any wrrefcrinancntlyl'jniurcd. COMMISSION LIKELY TO .PROVE A. JOKE Ixmdon, Oct. quart era nrc betraying scepticism as to the ultimate fcstilt of Ihe frnperfal U.ides commission. It Is' officially staled Ituii.Qo further raecUny.TvllI be held fill Xovcmhcr, r.nd no'iliirt'.ier