Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
10 TTTf: I.RT1TRRIDRE I3AILY HERALD ALBERTA'S POLICY BAMNGj J UtLbTaUiRYLANDS CO. JT. c t D H.ro'a Proof Abundant S [111 Argument tie- "It has lieeu claimed that .the bonds ffi nriounce Special Bargains IHE STANDARD f Be- FAYORITE BKAND forenCourt "yr R Davis, N.. C. Edmonton. Oct. A. G. W. case was conoluded in the supreme court this Bftemoon nnd Judgment wat Hfro'a Proof Abundant "It has been claimed that .the bonds woro never really sold. Surely the 're- ceipt of the purcbaso price was the beat evidence of the sole Tho bond 'had been turned over and Ihp money jfivon in payment. How then could 'ft be wild that the bond? bad never sold? "There htul been fouio little e'vi- SlwfTlt "tbiidMCO- that some 'afternoon session, E. P. ijavles. K.C., done somewhere by tho I concluded his argument wsleb. was ral way company. A bank manager 'supplemented by L. Wslsb. K. to give evidence that, other counsel tae bad paid out money which he be- I province. The replv of uofenje was to be used in payment for linade by J. C. Mots. thc Someone j Rather dramatic ww nhe conclusion iol3e nad said somewhere, some the thrcs days' proceedings. Mr. tllo-v Mw some railway work :MofS wound up hie reply to the arsu- .which .they'thought was on liuenl of counsel for the province' byilhe Waterway's line. BAKING POWDER 'declaring the "orsiiaient has boon pre-! wns necessary under the provi- !seated lhat it it was nwewarv for the the Hallway Act. that the iloslslature Io proioct Alberta by this l'lanB be and work started to thiv all 1 have to soy wlllmi ono llllcl bec" S :is llMl it it is necessary to prove the llsnei1 tb-u "'f had never been 'interests of tho people of Alberta io approved at all, so it made no ditfer- i'tlils way then may Cod help Ience "'hetlier, Ihe work had been "That is our lost word.'' interjected started or "of-the conditioiiB of the Uennett. It Comes Natural 'Hie words "immoral." case had been violated. Whtrc 'Is the Money? "If the proceeds of the bonds wcro ,and the like, said Mr.Davis. in opon-jiiot in the bunks of 'Edmonton, where i j.J I ing his arguments on behalf of the were they? Surely the ordinary mi- j LET THE PROVINCE OWN.COAL MINES C. W. Gross has a Solution of the Numerous Strikes in Teis Province Edmonton, Oct. W. Cross, attorney-general for the province, who has not much in thc lime- light for some time, made a dcclara- lion of policy at the annual meeting of thc young liberal. Club 01 this city. He of the coal strike, anrf favored government ownership of the ..coal mines. In this respect- he said "It is the boundcri duty ot the Alher- J'ta government to solve i-his coal situ- ation if necessary hy the government ownership ami operation of the This policy may he extreme, province, had been rolled on f tongues of the counsel for the de- fence with a good deal of unction. Even were the act of legislature of the malignant character ascribed to it, ,he would submit that it was still a valid act. derstandins: was not that the actual j gold had to be on deposit, but that where money was credited to the de- positor ihere it was on deposit. "The declaration might be made by the act of the province that certain monies in the-banks in the province Under the British North America islanding in. the name" of John Brown act, the legislative government of Al-ishall stand in hame.'.'of John Smith. berta had powers plenary in its jWoiild that be legislation In own Jurisdiction as those of the in civil rights? ThesacL. would'not i perial parliament. The remark "Thou affect the bank which must by order shall not couid not apply to [of the court, as in. cases of ordinary governing body as its legislation j Ikig-ation, pay the money over to the was law and there was no standard successful plaintiff. Th'e bank was not of comparison. The act was not an affected, only the civil rights of cer- tain individuals who happened money.- on deposit ii to the rnmorai one for legislature io pass, but -AH act which, in the exercise of oave their Is duty, the legislature felt bound bank, to pass. Whether right or wrong in j "It had been claimed that additional coming to that eonciueion, no indi- liability would be thrown on the bank virtual or court could say. That could (The back already was liable for. the only be decided it the polls. The jamouut on deposit and could be sub- act was pa-ised to prevent what might jject to no additional liability. A in all FALL LINES of WEARABLE ARTICLES. Our Fall SWEATERS for Ladies are New Goods and nave Splendid Wearing Quali- ties. have 'been considered "'boodle" He Isn't Sensitive "I am not at all sensitive to the Within Their Rljhtl j "If the prox-ince had not the power to paw an act transferring money, then no parliament had. If property but it is not necessarily therefore im- i proper. To my mind it is Ihe only solution, if we are to have these troubles from year to year, the government is plainly not doing duty. If my advice were accepted .the people would own their i.. mines 'in tn-o years, and be obtaining coal at cost prices." we of the.term 'burglary.'" said Mr. in civil right was affected, then the i8" uam E friends have province had the power'to pass the admitted that the purpose of the act act. If banking legislation, then the was clearly burglary. Xo one can [power was vested in the Dominion read that act without understanding (parliament perfectly well that the Intention .ot "Had the government seen fit tl.ey o get hiick the proceeds icould have passed an act repudiating the bonds entirely, this tVy did uot'pay us this money. "Then whose We have a Fine Range of Ladies' In the New Colors -for Fall. Special Values in New SKIRTS and GOSTUMES in Latest Makes. Our A f Ladies' COATS are New and in Latest Styles. 4 61 Special Line at ____ the act of the bonds clear and free. "The Royal bank say they should ay. Then whose hi "it? It is certainly money that should belong te thc people of Al- berta. The act is repealed. The road cannot be .built now because there Is a declaration-of the legislative body :hat default has been made in the construction, and the road could uot possibly be built except ibere do, but legislated to make the ceeds of 'bonds form of the general revenue The province. If it was within the power of the province to-'tlo it was sure- r within their ppvror to do the other. "Because of an, arrangement with the bank that the money phonld ue paid out in Edmonton, it Air. Special Sale on Saturday of Ladies VESTS at 35c. and CORSETS worth 90c. fpr on Friday and Saturday. were [Davis' argued, "that ihe right of the nnnthap -u i 11 13 ai UlitL I lie riJJIlL 01 I 10 nr ih n f leglslalure against the bank in Krl- f D' monton "ot hrart 01- are I flee was located. -The cause ot action to bang on to to which it tas no claim, allowing their claim for He made a declaration nf his to cne construction course for the [uture in these words: "I will oppose any policy which does not bring to Edinonton the company. Become an Unclaimed Balance "It cannot be paid to the railway or 10 the constriction company, and trade ot thc northeast. During thejmust remain there until i past two years there has been tbe act, if our learned :or less trouble in the Liberal party, be true' is but rhcrc is no reason why should not get together here for social pur- poses and economic questions. I have not been able to see ere to eye with out to the parliament of Canada, and not to the government of Alberta. "That the bonds took place in Nev- York of no importance. The only facts of Importance were the deposit (frrmier on some qiicstions-or, in Edraon- on one will B e'ms of I am a member nf the Alberta Icgis- rtiscujs .that tonight. But as lone as Utuue you ran look' to me to help in the passage of all democratic !eirisla- "tion, of all progressive legislation. .You cannot expect me to vote with the rreinier on a question in respect whjch he and I differ fundamental- was always in -Alberi-a for the Great Waterways, as for.the government. "Suppose that the right of action lay against the bank in .Montreal. As- suming also that the act had been passed in .AlbAa. The bank would simply plead an act on the part .of the provincial government, and that would be sufficient defence." Jlr. Davis instanced the cane of former Governor Eyre, of Jamaica, who when brought to trial in Eng- land for maladministration in Jamai- ca was declared to be without the jurisdiction of tbe English, courts be- cause the cause of action existed in lamalea, and had been covered by legislation passed, there. 203 Heavy Seamless HOSE, 3 pairs for is a trade winner. New lines of Children's Bonnets, Hoods and Tarns. Ladies' New Ties and Belts. STYLE BOOK ILLUSTRATING Ladies' Home Journal PATTERNS READY. NOW IN MEN'S WEAR We have a Full Line or Mens' UNDERWEAR, TIES and BRACES, all Marked at Quick Selling Prices. .If in our points of view.' PREMIER 8OROEN IS IN NEED OF REST Ottawa, Oct. ll.-The Ottawa Jour- says: "Hon. Mr. Borden is show- '.ing the wear and tear of the Immen-e he undertook durlnjr the past year. For twelve months 'he has not had a neitlrar at Christmas ,nor at Easter. In addition he has done during that timu the moot ard- uous campaigning ever undertaken hy _.. a public man in Canada.' He looks teughter, a roaring comedy hy thi Music and Drama show the world's champions in Bron-' co riding, trick and -.ancy roping con- j tests and Oliver' 1'eats of the plains, j .At the Eureka That the management of thia pop- ular family theatre is endeavoring to give his patrons the best pictures available Is plain -to, be seen from iium the cias, of pictures shown there.this I Saturday, with big matinee each dav week. "The Spanish Gyr-jy" by the Biogrjpb Co., Is Intensely Interesting. "Her Child'! a picture thn (o. ucotlon pictures iiudilorium. There was an encourag.. Ing attendance of players present, respective sections of the orchestra sid'iiu, Mr. Mnckqnzlc, made- a few appropriate remarks alter which the rehearsal proceeded. One the orchestra will achieve the success It richly deserves, little movement has a meaning all its have captivated the world, and it is sure to prove the distinct hit of many years when presented at II day, October 23 and MAKKET.S Sherry' GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, Oct. opened 9S, c'tfted 98 3-8: Xov. opened n The clamoring demands of the play j closed Pi 3-1; flee, opo-ied Ho l-l, gqlng public throughout th ie country for an opportunity to sou anil hear "Madame the phenomciiRl- closed 95 May loldl c'.oned inn 3-4; May (ncwl onened 1IW 1-8, closed ly succMJdil musical comedy now alljcloced Managers Woods, Krazce and I.aior- er to out to the principal eltlea a special production of thin i 100 3-8: Oata. Oct. ormif.il IL' l-l, l-l; closed hss iieeldfu I-S: Msy .-.poncd closed 12 Klax, Oct. opened 221, closed 2'JI: Nov. or.-3iied closed i2 .Winnipeg cash N'or, al BUCCUSS, with a cant composed of! 1-2; 2 Nor. on l-l: S Nor. !M 1-1: I- thowe sterling a'rtlals, who'hnye been aUvsnin'tlng In the. principal roles in' the 'New Amiterriam Theatre, This cliy be among the very flnt of York Cklc- Nor. ill) 1-2; 5 Nor. 8t; Nor, Feed 71; Oali 2 C.W. 12; 3 C. W. Ks. I Kiwi -II: I V'eed W, 2 Feed No. 70: No. 1, (iO: lie- jccled 55; Kcetl 511; I .S, W. 221. SHOT A MAN HE DIDN'T KNOW for the scene of UK place by rond. murder from tins ETHEL DETHEt. MADAM tHERAY CO. Murderer Barricades Him- self in his Home in Isolated Region l-npiiieauvilie, Quo., Oct.. murder is reported lato yesterday in a I'itbetncnt numcd Bnllenti, in Pon- s'onliy (ovvushiii, when Knllx Drouin, ja farninr, is paid to have shot an nn- known man on his farm. Thc deceas- ed was evidently n similar io Miu neiRhljorhond, which ia L'S miles away from any railway. The alleged mur- has himself hi house, where lie bar, nmnla anna and .nniiiiuiiillon.'aiKl ,ln jatciis to kill niiy one who 'intarfcrcs wilh him. Four wilncasea Haw the shooting hnl no on? could recover tl.-j because of the murderer's threats. Mayor sier, ot -lotlfled Sheriff Wright of ll-ill, and asked fur assist- ance. Rsledlve McCask-Ill of Monl- rcnl was calied tor VJtt MOROCCAN Paris, Oct. foreign minis- ter, M. DeloURseF, tonight io this vKreucli ambjiKsadnr at jlerlin the in- strurA'ions drawn rp at. yesterday's cabinet meeting relative' to the esc- ond .'tart of the Moroccan lolus. These concfrn the territorial I compensation Io riormany. C0i of filtration plant for For -.1. Flavouring Gravies HOLBROOKS GENUINE WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE Is limply Absolutely!