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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. Ixsthbrldge. Alberta. .-.Friday, September 19, 1913 CENTS Number 237 OF WGI Al THIS Premier Sifton Said So Yesler- Move the Time Honored Amendment DEBATE ON SPEEC1I Edmonton, Sept. 16.-l'remier lon, ICdward Mlc-hener, ]eader of STRIKE SITUATION REMAINS THE SAME IN DUBLIN MEN SEEMED DE PRESSED THROUGH LACK OF MORAL SUPPORT London. Sept. strike situ- ation in the British Isles has not be- iic any worse in the last 24 hours. THE IMMIGRATION DEPARTMENT WILL HAVE EVERY CHINAMAN PHOTOGRAPHED IN CANADA RE-REGISTERED AND the, opposition, acd T. M. Twettlle, the other hand, tbcre is nothing member for Centre Caljtary, spoke] mv encouraging ior ihcsc aroj this afternoon in the-debate on the Doping (or a solution nf tlie trouble.! address in reply to tie speech position in Ilublin has not i-bang-l (hrone. The opposition moved ej_ procession ot strikers par-j their now annual resolution regret-; agajn yesterday. The inen were -ting "The deplorable position in orjcrly and cave the impression ol which tho province has been placed dejccUd. They liavo not rccriv-i by tho government as a result ot its SUpp0rt tbey expected I tinwise and illegal legislation with nationalists, while the. Catholic j respect to the Alberta anrt Great Waterways Railway Co., and the in- ability ol the government, to oSer is the. Sfjerh Iioin the throne my sug- gestion or Indication as to how it proposts to relieve the province from the disastrous position in which it tins placed by said illegal acd ccnf scatory In reply to Mr. Mlchener, who re- sented the fact that the opposition vere kept in the dark regarding whit tho solution ol the A. 0. ff. dil- ficulty would be, though Mr. Michen- efiSaid he was convinced-that the government, would offer a solution be- fore the end of the present session, -the Premier stated that the A. i 0. VT. was a'matter-which could'not Ic a-King's speech and that legislation wonld have to be intro- ductdTegarding if. He confirmed Mr. Michtn'er's. belief that the government youlrt oner a. solution to the dim- cully'i and he added that it would he the interests of-the prov by a .Liberal govern- While he .'did n'qt exp'ect that the-solutiop. wjoUld 'meet with .the lir'.'-Michener or his lol- the legislature, he.said church stioDgly objects to Jim l.ar-. iin, their leader as a Socialist, and jyblin city members of' parliament iavc not taken up thrir cause, al- hough they are not opposing them. IS HIS LIFE'S F..H. Newell of the U.S. Reclamation 'in the: City .fn. the .cltj- today Is', i gentleman who the expenditure .of repeated his the. government of a railway 350 miles- from Edmonton to the Peace river for the pi'ipose pi'benefitllng 'the .Premier's relatives, .ar.d was latcn to task by Mr. -Sifton. for-his insinuations. The Premier warmly- declared that when the afiairs .of the province ceased to be managed In the interests of (he people of the province, the people their -dissatislaction, and not, bj" Insinuation which they Ir.eiv to be false. In an attempt to fasten" on to a member1 for Heaver FUver the respon- sibility of having introduced a race question into, the house, T. ,M. Twee- Hie, Centre Calgary, got Iiimsell into a tangle before he emerged [torn it he Has made to swallow Tntrits oi sprue oi his own party who had merle the declarations for which mas endeavoring to blame the Koveinmerit. .Air. Tweadie also put his fuot' in it tvith the speaker in maVing aa attacV on His Honor I.ieut.-Governcir Bulyea, whom he said had sold his birthright for a mess of pottage In regard to the question of afural Realizing that he had too far, "tte police court attorney" as' he hai been dubbed by thr. Hon. J.- R. Boyle, hastily with- drew and seemed relieved -the incident was allowed to rest there. TWO GOOD DEBATERS The Premier in the.wurse of an able speech, congratulated the prov- ince upon bating tiro juch-able mem- here of the legislature K those who had moved an! seconded the addrws in reply to the speech" from the throne, saving that tiey were a de- cided acquisition to the debating I Powers house. (1e reminded the opposition 'that Mrrllorden -had still failed to carry out his promise of. handing over to tJie province Its natural resources, a promise which he had made through- r outjthe pialrie west two years ago. lie Mid Mr. Borden kad now ap- pointed a commission which they ere told trvi coming west. mohtb. He Is in Canada DOW, looking over the Alberta irrigation projects to earn it the people side of.thi Ine have a better vay'bf apendlng their raoner, and gelling more.for fi than he has able to evolve on1 i{ Ills wide experience. ,Tho gentleman IB Mr. F. H; Newell director of the .United Slates Beclam atlon Se- lii i-hlch deparlmen lie has i it the past twcnty-flv years. Mr. Newell- Is recognised a the leadlns irriEStlonist In tho worlc but he sayi he never so mucl he cannot iearn more, which is hi reason for coming lo Canada at thi lime. It Is not his first trip lo Lethbridg' He was here four years ago. 'Bu while in Montana' in connection' wit tho big Sun Jillk itlver i rlgation projects, which, combined, will cost over J he fell in Tith the party of-Colorado and Utah rrlgatlon farmers seeking.land Id Al- ]erta and came along.' Population Needed In an interview Herald this racrninp, before going olit lo look at the irrigated land lying' east of the city, Mr. N'ewell, expressed the opin- ion that Lelhliridge could grow to be a big city If erery acre of land under IT- Ijallon in this district were occupied urid farmed after an Intensive sys- LtE'x To THE AVERAOE. CANADIAN ALL, CKIMK5 LOOK ALIKE. SHIRTS; PROMPTLY f MAY1 POSSIBLY APPLY THE PICTORIAL IDMCCWMtfiCIAtLY. x' USUALLY Su5PtClOO3 LOOKING 'CREATURES THAT. MONARCH DISTRICT HAS VERY FINE CROPS -i If. ever there a district I which showed the results of good farming, that district FC Monarch. There was a very large area "of summer fallow and breaking, and the remits are shown En big yields. The returns from the first' car sent out have been received and-show No. 1 Northern. It .was Red Fife. Those in a position to predict that 90 of the first hundred cars sent out... wtllgb No. 1. .On summer fallow- the y.lejd .will ayeragsv of th'e'district well 30-bushersverage, is not too" opt There "is a'fine f sting" around Monarch, and the farmers no need of being- told that It.paysV use the Resits have amply ind gratifyjiig-- !y convinced them of that Monarch dEstricl Is one of best farmed In Southern Alberta. TOUR FAVORITE. UTTLE: SHIRT-MAULER. EXCUSE TO OFfER FGft' BEING OVER-DUE- FIRE BUGS BURN I5IG ELEVATORS TWO WERE DESTROYED AND AT- TEMPT WAS MADE TO BURN THIRD ONE J.S. Lenker of Carnerio, Kan- sas is Loud in Praises of Alberta OUR FINE CROPS Moose Jaw. Satk.. Sept. tad fh-e at MIlcBtone late last night total-1 "When 1 left Kansas tea .of my ly destroyed the International elei a- nclehbors were gelling ready to. mats llor. scd a private elevator on-neil by !a trip Canada and sue That tha jo. K. Wilton, Mlleeone. As soon as fannies conditions were, til i the Ware was noticed the brigade and [the whole town turned out and work- 'ed In an endcavcr to check the but were unsuccessful, owing to the great wind. The loss IE busJiels of grain of the International Elevator; Co., fully rovered, while Wilson lost 2C..WO bushels of grain, with insur- 1ac.ce. The fire was of an incendiary I origin. An attempt was made ito burn the Ogllvle plant. The loss lls keenly felt at this season of year. OF' Tit CHOP 50CY CROVUO ARE. SURE. 1T> vJRrrE. TgV THE NOW LYING IN PRIVACY OF BROOKLYN HOME TO AWAIT' THE FUNERAL New York, Sept. body-of Wm. J. Gaynor, mayor of Now' Yortc, who died at sea on September 10, lay today in the privacy Hroofclj-n. home. In a drizzling rain, it was lowered at 4 o'clock this morning from the high dcch of the Lusltanla !o Ihe city's -bout Correction. Through n mist that lay heavy over the Warits-to- Know Where'; the .jLandTitles Offices Will be Located MONEY EASIER AND WILL BECOME MORE SO Mr. Btilr Rorertion, manager of'-' the .Winnipeg branch of .the .'Bank.' of Scot'j, the .Robtrticn hit wltti .the 'of1 brantnes and 'uyi he no taAter d.lvt- rlct thin thit iraund Mr. Tweedie Commends Action of Minister of Education on Rulhenian Edmonton, Sept.' Et.uted approval 61 the "ttancl taken "by the" Minuter ____t_.m _ _, of Ruthenfan school _ ff some parts province -'to '4 employ ftuthenian. teachers ln.fi that opinlor} it lo buy fanct and remon here if Bald 'J. S. linker, prosperous appearing from Carnerio, Kansas, who stopped at the Hotel yesterday, end who stated thai Le would probably return to this city within few vlifr a rlew to 5 titling la this dtitrict. Mr linker Is a natire- of vanla. but for many bu In Kansas, and he was one ol early pioneers of that itale. be has seen K HUE as rise from raw prairio to a. wonderfully productive cora country only to be dried up and" itotvD off the map this summer, aod. le wants to find a country where ha; an see some green grasa, il- alfa, and wbtat, and entaje In ening live stock tor the market, which. alter he rt-btirdB as tie most profit- ible farming there la today. "I Iras interesting In Moh-: ana, having lieard a Jtrieat about thnt country iHrougti the fcdriw- campaign carried on by when one of my euggesLed that, as there yras no to harvest anjl wa had .lost thing but our land, houses and clotbea wfc might as well mate a.trip and II there wasn't a place -where..we could r" rnaVo Bome'mgney. .Bo ctarted out for Moatana, Ed. Ulrlchioh being my companion, Into tbe heart of-that heard'. a great many-talking "hou't Uie >lg_ gathered city'- "irid the Money' l tufer'but It will not' bo noticeable for' lonie time, he Mr. Robertao'n left thll afttrnoon for Calgary. Trveedle, member .for -Centre Edmonton, Sept. largo num- ber have already-..been placed on the ordar paper, nnd will members of the Oppoil- lion next-Tuesday.' B. Campbell, Rocky Moira: la'ln.1 will "aek questions regarding tho position of William Baden Powell with the government. WILL MEET IN CALGARY NOVEM :BER '4 TO CONSIDER FUTURE OF MINE A meeting'ot the Diamond .Coal Co. is to he held in Calgary on Nov. of English teachers, came from T. M. crops. of Alberta and how the farmers were who .bad engaged la: Calgary, and second to the leader of the opposition in the Alberta legislature; "Jo the Houfe yesterday. Mr. statement left no douht that the Alber'ra leglB- laturc Is united on the stand takeii by the government. He 4 aaid that the -goverpment fr would have the support of ev-'- ery member'of Ihe Oppoallfon In refusing to give special prlv-- lieges to any sett.or creed, antl in maintaining'that the on- ly language to he used as a' medium of Instruction In the schools of Alberta should be r tie EngHsh language.. Dr Stewart (l.ethbridge) wauls to io sanction a 'scheme for the recon- a-nunfcer of things about con- j cpmpanjr EpHdated' schools, and the. school for foreigners at Vcgre- also regarding the proportion of.Ca--j nadlan, Old Country and American leachers In Alberta schools. An'Interesting to several il'ntng I alRamatipn with another company. At present the mine is down bor, the Correclion steamed an hourJ parts o( the province will be Dr. Stcvr- ______..... ____ and a-lialt later to 1'ler A at the "la it the Inlentlon of the tern, which Is coming EO much Into1; lory. There a picked cfiuad to establish a land titles use 'in Irrigated sections of the United hundred poltco, who had stood'all'office-at any of the following points night In the rain formed its escort to 1013: Vcrmilllon, Red Deer. "irooWyn. Lcthbrldge and Medicine The funeral ship glided Into harbor and eame to anchor at tiuaran-! H. H. Crawford, South Edmonton, tine at 10.'20 "o'clock this the Am-! will ask a number, of questions re- erfcan (las at her stem drooping at gardlng tho Olds agricultural school 1 !nd the demonstration farms. States. "'Si11 !n "Your city is progressing .wonder- tirooklyn. f years said Mr. Newall. "And your farm- are doing- hefter also. You know It fakw lereral years to get the right erlcan (las people on such projecls. Many of the iialt-masl. try to' cut a Wg figure, farm too much land and make noth- ing, They leave disgusted, and an- other, man comes along who will make a succor of the same farm. -I have i' found It the came everywhere I went. Irrffttlon firmers must learn tu farm j no mqra than they can farm properly. lesson 1 have lied lo and at Diamond City there are many rumors', the most persistent being that' the C.l'.R. is go'.r.g to take over the mine. H (his proves true il will te a fine thing for Diamond City, Icr not only will the mines-be fully de.- the. company., will likely service. 'KICK'WAS FATAL Sourte, Sept. Blnlons, a well known, farmer south- west, of 8 o'clock this morning .-from the effects of a kick .from a.horte on .Wednesday. BUSiNESS BLOCK BURNED 'AND FOR TIME WHOLE TOWN. WAS THREATENED HrooVs, Alia., Sept. an entire block of the husiness section 3 litap of smouldering ruitis'over which tbc male population ol the town is still standing in order to prevent a further outbreak the-town of Broods itemed.'-to> to' sell us'Eomethlng, but dldn't'seo anything very there, so we bought a bridge, planning to stay h'ere a wo and look and vlftit Calgary, and see how they; "tirmibV. around there. It seems to you have n great country around .Lathi-" >rldge. 1 saw..more crops and.belief' and all Ihe way up (hoe .from jounoary than t saw whole stats of Montana, They're a' lot of almighty rough.- land down t.- there; lois -of it can't be -lor'; anything Isn't even good for graiiiis.v but tJlls .land soutli'of .L4thbrrdce il.-: the finest I ever taw. If land dow.n In and cpal.d grow the grasses you do wafer on some of our you do. for protection of your all have been millionaire'dowo long ago. Thli Year Sickened.Him "I went into Kansas Jrom down near Harrisburg, the capital of Pennsyl-' vania, In 187S, and began farming: there in I have liad: luck, but this was enough-to sicken mo; for we were not only dried plum oat but tie hot, dry is ind I us clean as a whistle, and -you can't Bnd a handful of live stock down there nowadays where last iprlnj tii. country was full of seme fine stock. Wften the water'gave out, wells run dry the farmers huftled all their slock Into Kentas City stock yards, and tho.butche.rs and droTJni After (he commission hart thrown press everywhere have gone In the at every Liberal politician and .past twcnty.flve years, eapllallsi. in the country, Mr. AVn would then, if ttere was nor- Uiliig that the Tories did not want, hiiid It over to ihe province. Tkat Ihe upon which the two hp diRered. OonMnitloti could itiet be carried out properly until there a basis of between the und treatment is out to Brtr fish Columbia older provinces. Tin pmple of Alberta CouM never ho to take, their true position In, confederation until they were treated.on an .equality in every M- tject with people ol olitur provincea. i The.adjournment owo wetlis., until the' .fine Christmas.'.' R. ready-i and Arizona on board. H did look like bid limes 11 looVed like 1903 when tie hit his rush ol Atneikan selllers io ern Alberta was at its height. W.' C. l' A. Smith, genera! ajcat pl H. at Denver In charge t company's agencies in Colorado, oming, Utah, Ardqna and ico, was In cbjtKe ol.the paity, which warm weather hmlnc, passjd through I' (tie party rfas one Arizona lady, a chilly' bell yesterday which led I Arhqtia representatlte In them to believe -tke-y would surety! the .Jot..." She had Instructions Irom sw'-'jn'o only (he Koclits in the distance. liloni rtojslfig.-the line. But Set' husband to buy Alberta land, but snow 'they saw was on iave.fq. suit herself as lo loca- -.'.'Tke-.Dtaver office KM 01 OB A HUNTING rATAt-ITY N. p., Sept. Norwood, aged was instantly kill- ed hy Emll aged 13, while they were hunting ne_ar Mllner, Nor- wood crouching in the. grass-ahead of Nfjrman, raised Just' as- Hie: lat- ter fired at a duck, .the charge'ien- Ic-ilng bis head death being il< (i tte sixth' fatal hunting accident rictlm of the season In tbe itfttu r.' hare tmn talklcf of eontnc to.Cn- am) I Mnt Ulten to tkiiai then to cone direct'to bridge, aad look irouud thll country. L thluit thto is the best anywhere. Value town in KsnsM lo 9130 nn Is good' farm- ing land, but this 'seaeon'a dremtb %51j tnake it of little UK to sell.any laid and tho farmers who have saved SOIIM mont-y'are'anjloini' (Cootlnutd en 7) _{ ;