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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume III. Lethbritige, Alta., Friday, October Xmdper 258 PARLIAMENT MEETS ON .17 A BIG STORM Legislation To Be As Heavy As Last Session >NEWS OF CAPITAL Convention Won't Accept Fadier Fallen's Denial Ottawa, Oct.. a meeting of "the cabinet it" ieided to summon -the Dominion par- to. the-.despatch ..of (business, on Thursday, November the seventeenth. .be four weeks ibf work before. Christmas holidays or layout sufficient'time to clear off pre- iiiminary business, .organize commit- tees :and get everything: in- complete running order. Estimates anj at pre- sent time in ;course of preparation, and Hun. Mr. Shielding will, b'e able, to lay the estimate .arid public accounts on the shortly after opens, will give.the House somethin? to do from thV.beginning. So ;far as one can judge'-at the present time, the legislative programme is noi likely to oVas laeavy.as it was session when-' naval, insurance1 fcnd- anti-gambling bills in themselves con- stituted' a heayv" sessional p'rcgranmie fwhlch compelled1 the House to leave over, a number of hills' until this ses- sion, -including. a bill to revise 'the "'fa'ank Act.'The legislation, which pro- vides '.for- regular revision of. in- troduced-so that the 'intention-of the government was not revealed. -It is that, is. introduced -be'found to .pro- vide Toi government inspection'; of -banking institutions: Hon.. "-Mr: Tenip'leraan will have for consideration of.the House a bill t.o safeguards in connection with, manufacturers, of explosives. This matter has become important owing to a large number of. calamities which have occurred as a result of explos- ions in factories where powder, dyna- mite and, other high explosives arc manufactured. Other government leg- islation promises to be light. To Investigate Fires In order to Investigate the extent- of the damage done by Rainy River forest fires and to ascertain if pos- sible their origin, Conservation Commission has despatched Mr. John Tnompson, an employee of the com- mission, to the scene of the disaster. Stuck fay S'heldon A local paper estimates that Otta- wa, people lost at least half a million dollars as a result of the disappear- ance of Sheldon, the Montreal get- rlcn-qulck-- broker. All classes of so- ciety, in the capital placed money with Sheldon for investment and some who were in at the of his opera- tions made profits. Worft Accept Denial A new chapter in the controversy over Bishop Fallon of London arising out of the statement that Fallon had asserted that there was no need for 'bi-iingual teaching in the schools of Ontario, was revealed today by mak- ing public of the resolution passed at The recent meeting of the French: Canadian Educational Association of Xmtario. The resolution, after citing jBwom documents at to the bishop's statements, could not accept Fallen's King's Daughters Meet The-Dominion order of the King's laughters today re-elected Miss A.M. of Toronto .as their general secretary and also a member of the -central council, and Mrs. J. R. Austin -of Toronto as treasurer. C. F. Biggar of Ottawa and Miss Brown, Toronto, .were appointed delegates to the next international convention to be held in Baltimore, Md. Delegates spent part of the afternoon visiting the Roy- al -Mint. C. N. R. Campaign Thomas, Howell, general superin- tendent of immigration for the C. N. K., announced today thar, the com- pany had secured the services as Brit- ish agent of F. ,L Morse, formerly editor of Salvation Army publication. .Kive inspectors sail tomorrow for Eng- land. They will -be stationed in Great Britain and report to Mr.'Morse. HIGHER THAN MT. McKINLEY Seattle, Oct. Higgs, a government engineer who has been work on the Alaskan boundary survey reported the discovery north of lati- tude 67 what he believes to be the highest, mountain on the continent ex- ceeding Mount McKinlcy by nearly feet. London, .Oct. .13; coast is strewn witlf" wreckage as a result of a storm that has. cori.timu.-d for two days. The .casuality .'list is already .reported a. long one. This" morning five seamen from the coasting, steamer were pick- ed up off Hartlepool. ,It is .supposed that the which carried a. crew foundered and thai. lhe men were attempting to shore in a small boat, when they wecfc lost. Some wreckage coming ashore 'indi- cates that a sailing ship Tike fate. Lifeboats from many -points were out all-last-night instances 'affected rescues. In .other cases they were unable to reach, dis- tressed crafts. TOOK CRITICS OF BOARD TOJASK President Nourse Refers to Remarks Made at Meeting TORY TO GET SEAT t BY ACCLAMATION Guelph. Oct. H.-trAt.amass meeting last night of- workingmen it was de- cided not to place a "candidate in. the field in the pending "bye-election in South Wellington. .Lack of funds .and the: shortness of the time for ization were the reasons -advanced, it practically, certain that "the conservative nominee, Mr. J. Ranson: Howitt, will be given the-seat iby ac- clamation. OF BUSINESS MEN There is No Need For the Proposed Rival Body At -the meeting, of "the. Board of Trade held afternoon A. Tilley stated that, at v a meeting B A VET'S GET RICH NO CHANGE i NAME MADE Protestant Dis- cuss the Gineinnati1 'Oct. ,as- definite action on matters" "before the two -concerned, the .Epis-, copaliau '-'convention berf.- has had ing the "new" canon'relatrye to suffrag- an bishops.. :This canon will be adopt- ed as- soon as constructed .after .which it is probable "that-several suffragan bishops will be selected .before, jlie convention adjourns. 'The principal matter before the-ho'use of ''deputies -was the question of ;tne name, of the church from'the Protest- ant Episcopal Church of the United States of American to the Episcopal-- Church, .of ths States, or'Am- erica. No action was taken. The house of deputies took action on the world's conference' Of Christian churches. It -appoiated a committee of 7' clergymen _ and 7 laymen to meet with .a committee of seven hishops and brinp; in a report at this session regarding the advisabil- ity of holding a, world's convention. The house, of bishops decided that it would be expedient at the time to bring before the convention the mat- ter of changing; the laws o_f the church regarding marriage aud divorce- NEVER SAW GREENER FIELDS Senator Jones Impressed With Trip Cardston "Yes, the country to the souih is looking said Senator T. Melvia- Jones, presidence of the Massey-Har- ris Implement-Co., of Toronto, yes- terday afternoon on his return from a trip to Raymond, Magrath, Cardston and. intervening points. "The win- ter wheat is 'looking he said. "I never before in my life saw so much green wheat in the fall of- the y-ear as I have seen today. I was most agreeably surprised with what 1 saw." Senator Melvin-Jones would not be drawn out to say much in regard to the agitation among Western farmers for a reduction on the tariff on farm implements, probably from a .fear oi being mis-reported. He contented himself with pointing out that he had stayed too close to the railroad and had" been loo short a time in the. West to com" in .contact with the agita- tion. left- with .his party yester- day afternoon for Calgary and Kdmcm ion and will return -home via Saska- toon and Winnipeg. been asked "up with the coun- cil" the .changing the time oif day, the monthly meetings- of the lull- board are held from midday to .the evening. President Nourse thought that mat-, ter should.be left .over ito be dealt with at the regular monthly meeting next week. Personally, he was oppos- ed to the idea. The records of the board snowed that the last year-the meet- ings of, the Board were held in the evening, the attendance was us- ually around thirteen, but the aver- age attendance at the .monthly meet- ings, this year was thirty-nine.' To change back again'might be a good move, if they were sure they would .get the-members'to attend. Jlr: Tilley _said that the attendance of members was not so idea of the meeting referred to, ...but that the time at: Ule- luncheon -hour" Is so limited., that .-matters so thoroughly discussed. Mr. Nourse 'thought that. -matters were not discussed very, -fullyVat the i .monthly, members very' seldom -did.- .anything more' .than racceptP-the1 was.left'-over until Tfiie Proposed Rival Body Referring to the iness'.men, on, -Tuesday "Mr: A'ourse -said that according- newspaper.report, one of the members of the Executive .Council, of. the "Board of Trade had suggested the formation, of chamber of commerce. might -be antagonistic-10. the Board of Trade, and it- might not. be, but it could not'fail, to'-conflict with the board, and in the end would- be, in opposition to it. a .thing would be disastrous to the terests of the -city, he felt convinced. He" considered the suggestion. as. re- ported coming from A, E: McKeown was an act of 'disloyalty.to the board of which he was a member. "He, felt that before taking any such .action, JMr. McKeown should have resigned, from the executive of the-. o? Trade. There were many, things perhaps which the Board of Trade.ha.d not done, but at the ings the executive had always .report- fully and asked for criticism-, of and suggestions in their and, the men had plenty of opportun- ity then to advocate their views..Most of the men at the so-called business men's meeting, taking' their names trom the newspaper report, appeared to be men who never took.any inter- est in the board of trade. .E.: A_ Cun mngnam was reported to of the men advocating a campaign for industries and manufactures, which hitherto had been neglected: Last year E. A. Cunningham was a member of the executive council, and was chairman of the wholesale committee. The records showed that out of 30 meetings. Mr. Cunningham had attend ed IS. As chairman of the wholesale' committee. Mr. Cunningham had.been asked to draft a circular to the east- ern wholesale houses drawing atten- Oct.- Manuel in a letter to a 'personal friend ht-re, as- serts that he was forced, to leave.his country because the ministers abso- lutely The royalist officers on the other' hand that they- were -ready to continue i.he fight, rapid flight; left nothing to'fight for.- Rigorous Censorship jParis, Oct.- dispatches, from Lisbon arriving here by way of the frontier state that a, rigorous cen- sorship is being- maintained upon all concerning the "new1 "government. The correspondents it affirmed are al- lowed to telegraph nothing regarding the ;doings of-the scandalous anti- clerical ,mobs. Manifesto Gibraltar, 'Oct.' Manuel is i engaged.in .the .preparation of riiani- the press The Board {of Trade Will] Reg! Show Them the Sights AND BANQUET THEM of Europe, revolution. No Republic Spain ThejjjMadrid corres- pondent of his paper an' interview., with Preimer in which the minister says that there is no chance "for a Republic iu Spain as the Republicans have no great leaders and their ranks are hopeless- ly divided. the Radical nature of 4ns programme involving a struggle with ;the V_atican, the Pre- mier .says is disarming t-he Republic- ans as: anti-cleficaiism is. .one of'their strongest., principles-. He Succeeds Sifton i Chief Justice ioh Alberta1 Ottawa, Oct. Hor- race Harvey, judge''of the Supreme Court ,of Alberta, been appointed Chief Jus- tice of the province in suc- cession to Premier 'Sifton. W. C. Simmons, of Lethbridge will succeed Mr. Harvey as Puisne It has been generally un- ..derstood that Justice Scott V? .would be given the. appoint- but it is thought the .condition of his health did not warrant the promotion. jus- tice Harvey is a native of EN gin county, Ontario, but has "resided in the West for-, many 'years. Prior to-going on the bench he was Deputy ,Attor- ney General of the Northwest Territories. J. ,J. Mo'untlord, reported to be over sixty tbousan-d dollars, and who iserve the interests of people and that a copv of'this resbltL- uon lie forwarded to the fionorable A. L. Sifton. Premier of to the Honorable C, R'. Mitchell.-AV. torney General for the said province, and W. A. Buchanan, M-P.P.; member, ror the city of Lethibridge. _ J: McARTHUR WON BY, 200 Calgary, Oct. turns 6! the Gleichen bye-election thev met at their final destination. was unhappily i 'case on suitaolc Saskatoon, was read, saying that if a local publicity committee or the spott- ing fraternity wished a skating rink in the city, he would supply the cap-] ine'si-cuii-d ucbcRuires ;foout" to be ital, if any Letiibridse foody would sold for completing .the school. cure for the purpose a five or ten year; Our .local hunters arc finding good the school debentures, was in town yesterday and tool: a look ovor tlu- ibuilding. It 'is vossibio lliat his firm., on property. After! sport thm- The-tot antelope bv financial difficulty. He apocalixi sonn- discussion, the secretary was suggesting at, the meeting that sec- nons of the board 'be formed to deal with the wholesale and branches of publicity work. Mr. Xei- son is not, a member of the board of trade, and probably does not, know thar. the board has sections of that Icind already, only they are not known as sections, but as committees. He did not wish to be misunder- stood. He was not, trying to stop, the lormation of mother organization, ai- tnough.he believed it would be disas- trous to the best interests of the city. (Continued on page 8.) for to be. raised "before March. Munson Hill of the congregational at Montreal said thai, Cana- bolieved in a protective uinfi, I but insisted upon giving preference to British goods. NEWSPAPER MAN BECOMES DEPUTY ATTORNEY GENERAL Victoria, Oct. P. McLeod. lormerly of the editorial staff of the Times this city and latterly engaged in the attorney general's department nas been appointed deputy attorney general to succeed H. 'A. McLean, who recently resigned instructed to take the matter up with the curling club. Wants Firm Names of the- season, was'-brought' in-yest-cr- day at 'neon, Alex. ,MitcheH. being the marksman. 'During, the afternoon Geo. C, Millar and Coulter brought, j in a line buck, but we are unable at '-N -it- i j j The Canadian American Gas -and time of writing to find out who shot bc transferred. No one was (jasolinc Engine Co., of Dunnville. unt., wrote asking the Board of Trade tor the names. of established and tiiorughly reliable firms of ..manufac- turers, agents, either implement or machinery firms, who would be will- ing to take the exclusive selling rights tor their, line in Alberta. Also for the names of the Let.hbridgp daily pa- pers. The secretary wag instructed to furnish the required information. i (Continued on page 8.) (Liberal) 1119; Majority for McArtlrar, "200. 019. GRAVEL TRAIN WAS DERAILED NEAR NANTON Nanton, Oct. gravel train was badly derailed soirMi of here this mom- ing-. The north and south bound pas- senger trains aro both delayed aad it is not. known whether they will get through 'today or not. Passengers will it, as gentlemen arc true sports j' 1 and each gives 'the credit to the oth- er. Farmers in the vicinity are still busy breaking and ploughing, and in- dications arc that a largely increased area will be i-rulor crop next year. There will bc more spring wheat sown, as many could not. get their land ;n shapy soon enough to put. in fall wheat. Bullock Bros, have noar- Iv l.uOd acres in fall wheat, whilst K. B. Tainter has ready i to seed in ilu: spring. SIX LABORERS KILLED IN A TRAIN WRECK Fort Ind., Oct. freight train on the Grand Rapids and Indfana Ry., dashed into a work train at. Portland. Tnd., this morning, killing six men and injuring many. The dead and injured all are said to be forciga- ;