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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. Alberta. Thursday, September 18, CENTS Number 236 OTTAWA, Sept. 18.-An Order ih Council Has Been Passeii Naming Monday, OCTOBER 20TH as THANKSGIVING DA? How (he Members are Lined Up for Deta'd Work of the Session Edmonton, Alta., Seut. 17.-Six- teen members of the opposition sat uneasily in their scats, thirty odd occupants of Liberal benches hugged their sides in ill concealed endeavours to stifle evidences ot theit keen ea- joyment of one of the most scathing Wtlngly sarcastic criticisms ol the Conservative policy that has been heard from tuo lips ol any ejieakcr In the Alberta legislature, when Wilfrid Gariepy, the brilliant French-Canadian barrister, spoie on the address in reply to the speech from the throne. Likened to the bour- boni of! past days, scored for their lelCsbntss, party privileges, combines, mergers and monopolies, going hand in hind with those who used intiroi- ilatlo'n, capture and fraud in their el- iort tu'Kni.t'nii OmZClia oi tiro' S inra of the rscrclse of thtir birth- right, the Conservative members ot the .'Alberta legislate listened to tbe- severest gruelling that any group of party men was ever obliged to lis- .te'h to. Undoubtedly the membfr for River scored Ihe greatest sue cess so' tar achieved by the mover o an address, in reply to the. speech Srom'-tue throne. While 'not so lull ot fire as Mr Gariepy's speech the remarks oi 0 S. I'lngle, member lor Hedclifi, who seconded the' address in reply, creat ed a favorable impression on th .house by his clear and orderly tangenient, keeping closely to th hie honor th Lieutenanl-Gpverno'r's address -and at. the end ..with the 3 suggestion that come plan he devised PREVENTS SCARLET FEVER CONTAGION New York, Sept. 3. .Murphy, the surgeon who cared for Roosevelt at Chicago, when he was'shot, returned yesterday from London, where he attended tbe Medical Con- gress. He said It was demon- strated tit' a'meeting (hero, that rubbing a patient with 'eucalyptus oil In scarlet fever cases prevented contagion. WAS PLAYING "TAG" AND DART- ED IN FRONT OF PASSII.'G CAR Winnipeg. Sept. If.Plajlng "lag" with a number of companions. Wll- frid Thompson, aged 11, suddenly dart- ed in front of Sir !luair.onil iloblin's automobile, as the premier was be- ing driven homeward. Ho was knock- ed down, bolh wheels of the car crush Jug his face. He was rushed to St. Boniface hospital, where he noiv lies dying. N'o blame Is attached to Sir RodmoTicl's chauffeur. The boy died this morning. Suggestions of Practical Kinc WhichTBoarcl of Trade Will Take Up il -fr CURRENCY BILL PASSED Washington. The Administration Currency Bill was prised by. the House today by a. vote of.285 to Si, 't practically unamendcd in Its essential provisions. Mr. Kelley of ihe C. P. R. Pre- dicts Quite a Rush of "New Settlers the.ir succcssiul opera imufn of cost. The Hon. A, MacKay, moved Woodman's '.Lien Act." The act is terest to the northern portion of the, ally stop the scandal 'ol workmen he- Ing cheated'out of their winter's wages. It gives overy.-man employed about'a lumber camp a lien'on the timber lor whatever purpose Intend- Lumber will be seized by Ihe sheriff il the workman believes that It is about to bo taVen out of the province arid his wages have r.ot been paid. If'a judge decides "the claim of the- workman to be valid he orders payment within eight days and if not paid, the'w'agcs are to be taken oui ol the-proceeds from the sale oSthc lumber paid into court: The bill is un- cterstood to have the lull support o the' So lar twelve private bills hav liccn received as foiTows Mutua Benefit Society of Italian Workers Greek "Canadian Club, iiedcliQ Club Hebrew Social Club, Venice Club, tc amend the act incorporating the Bowness Improvement Co., Bowncss Goll and Country Club, Jasper Club, Great West Club, to validate and on page "It is hard to get.a movement pi the-' conservative people of the New England states started, but it has started now arid th American, company. fory machinery and manufactured are already In sight for a large ness from the.beginning. "Among the company's cv rig manufacture in Lethbridge; are'; machines for tho Ellison Milling of Lethbridge, Alberta operative Elevator Co., 52 and'the Ogilvie. Milling ders from tie pue'bec misslbn: for six- automatic Trelfihinf: machines -wlth: a'c'apaclry btisheis. ..per..lour.-'.Thraa largest of Ihelr.type In'-JthJ" world, and are to be 'plant.' ;central part ol province even before Ihe province was Jv W. H.A., has re- signed his position as inspector. Mr. Hrp'ivn'has had charge oi'thc Medi- cine !Hal inspectorate. He was one "of the' inspectors at the time the province was formed ar.d previously .was principal ol Ihe Medicine Hat school, in tlie'territorial days. Jlr. Brown1, will devote himself to busi- ness iri the Medicine Hat district. the-Herald, Mr. Dohson wo'uld.neither.Wnfirm nor deny the report. The Her.ild has it on good j aiithoritr hs luu not yet placed his resignation in the hands ol the school hoard, arid that, his accept- j an'ce of the position depends largely whether, ihe 'dcp.irtir.eut will al- nums SEE II IE ON; IHE .VOTERS LI I.Tinidad, Colo., Sept. Tho official call for a strike In District N'o. 15, United Mine Workers, was Issued last night ......v.m........_r......---- _. the offices of Frank to remain in l.clhbridge bnr.j hall cielvc into tie new Hayes, International -vice-pre- enoiigh ,fo give the I.tthhringe school j came upon them so Personal Interest Will be Nece- ssary to Ensure. Franchise--.- Some Charter. Defects That the new city charter is by no means faultless is being every day as department heads at the city lew sldent. Hlielc today dealing with I'remlct on lvhich it is based are less [rail any help tho Dominion Bordtn'a sptcch al MalKax, We Dordcn's claim to be the sols expon- m UP IN t'nt of' Canada's t d, will not bear examination. II It anom- aly for Canadi. (o hive po voice 'in the loreira policy of the empire, It according ov. its own tico not going to beg lor 'it nor have our 'allejed .necessi- ties advertised and hagjlcd over- on colonial THE OTHER- VIEW The Daily Mail, regards ONE OF MEUX CASTLES DESTROY. LIKELY OF IN- CENOIARY ORIGIN views. Where Premier llorcicn haa, in Iho "of lnis outstripped Ins predtcessors IV in the argument (hat an increased burden has been Im- Josed upon Iho British taxpayers as lli; result ol thr'senate's. acSion 'We fcaic again and again pointed1 moving." in the fighting power ol three dread naughts. What made C.Ti.idl.in program so admirahlc a land mark was.that iffocu-scd the' idfal 16 which all the scli-govcining ol the lirilish crown'nrc probably 6; Ir.cendiary origin, today dealroysi Theobald Parh, a beautiful mansion belonging to.Ad th LAmhton-Meux ,.together with bequeathed lo.Admlfa Lambton by the lalo Lady condition that he took Ihe.name! o The loas is estimated at. 1500, 000.- Grovo House, another niahefdii be- Medjclne Hat, Onn- aftorrioon, Mr. uid Mrs. If. Bl of Rfd werp picking cherries in the laBdi" o( north of their little Arlnei-lhree and half old, EepatateJ from their other two child-'r they started .looking t Biibirm urovo iiousu, inimucr i within fifteen minutes of the xphsclouslyilonslng-lothc Mcux estate, vai.bun- tlwe no boarrl an 'opportunity to secure an- ,vtcts no0 the High sc'r.ool' <-j other teacher'for staff. vf Cattle Will Stay There and the Fight is on the Wheat Question Washington, D.C., Sept. iects today are good'that tbe Umler- raod-Slmmons IcrllC bill will lie slgn- by President Wilson, and become aw about September 25. llotli House and Senate have agreed o tree cattle, and free cattle will un- doubtedly be In the bill when It he- cornea law. attle, there was yeslcrday 1 a dlEagrecment c are.much "more Interested than in free "In the eon- over that chcdulA The Houso free listed the Senate put a counter- vailing dirty on' the product. That is, wants the duty exacted frpin tf'jteat exported from Canada to Hie-Uiiite'd'.States, as Is the present on Imported wheat The House conferences at'the latest report are g.tandjng out for free wheat It Is prObaiJlp that free wheat will re- main In the hlllwhen It becomes law. This provision will enable" the Western Canadian farmers to dispose of. (heir lurplas wheat across the bor following the c session i legal opinion "uy Messrs. Clark and Swalicy ol Toronto. .'Just.now the Hy assessor is worrying over oters' list, and in doing so he and ;ity Clerk Robinson came upcn an- ,ther inconsistency, that ay, cause ;ome troutle about .election Whfn tho charter Cramers were at v.-ork last winter they decided-that f tenants were to haTc hours voting would have to be extended. Under the old charier, vot_ ne took place Iron nine a.m. till i.m. Tho new charier was amended that voting would, take place be- tween 9 a.m. and 8 p.m. As for'wheat, in which Canadians der. Without1 paying a cent of duly. icularly will fm< that.their ire omitted on election )da'y .unlfsi' .hey-make application to have tlieir lauies added. N'ames may be added mtil November 5, alter which s a period of fen .days-for "a courji: 5f revision of the voters' list. oaly, tliree citizens hive applied -'fa lave their names added. REFUSED TO GIVE UP ARMS ANO- JESUS MADRIGAL HIM Mexico erlson, American mining roan, killed hy rebels at El Lobo, In eaiten Slnaloa, on September to advice which bave iliisi reached capital. Jesus Magldral, rebel' er in that section, in a glgnecl rnenl to tho American consul at Icd last year, Jbf' her fouad. .ill! nljbt, and -with ol VatehiTj asd.iettlers for tireily, mllei. abound to Uie nurober of.tBO. the up nn- when the. was found toii'e li ehisny treo within ur .where the wagon was it ate was lost ahe said, "No; worse for her.ex- Hut the amendments were not car ritd all the way through, and in theLng0 ne tilled RbVertsoh beeauW title dealing with elections, Iho. form American refuBcd up ol election notice shows the hours ellorma voting as 0 a.m. till 5 p.m. Whether this will affect Iho .legality ol tho elections unlr5.s amended before De- cember 9th is a mailer ol which the city solicitor will be asked to give a ruling. II h; says it will, there iS a possibility that an 'effort w.ill be made to have the legislature amend the clause at the present' session. another clause In the.chattel It states that In order.for cer.t.aln rno- Uoos to carry, a thrrt-.toiitiris', joiity will be tejulrcd. Tbe. sioi will be cowposed. of thfee-mep.. If one commissiorier. votes the motion will lor three-fourths is ..tlian, two- thirds. in "yet another plaw.the old ctat- ter has betn tnd refers back to 3 preceding section: .When tKal sec- tion Is turned to, it te It tfoes not deal in any-wty.'.w.lth matter. -TLe Wori'of coinfjiing the voters list this year pronilws tb.be an ardu- ous one, and Assessor.: Sietcti will need the .to compile a corceft list. '.-TenwiU pat" Sept In' the' treatment of cancer'..f radinm li 'reported from the HwpiUl. In several euei growli -At trntaeit cocsllted '6f leaving It there honra, irith resolt the bejab to Mty- o< tweire to TO MEET ATLANTItS-- Minneapolis, Hlnn., Sept lantio yestfrday for the 1914. jesthms elgn of Oddfellow's, ;