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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VIII. LETHimiDGE. ALBEKTA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1915 NUMBER 237 Hon. Sifton's Announce- ment Greeted With Jubilation I'KKMIKK ASQL'ITH VIS ITS THE WHAM) FLEET -Mrs. A. E. Humphries, president of the WlHard W.C.T.U.. was most en- thusiastic, over the announcement, saying that' it was what the women had ibeen working, for, for a long time, and felt that every woman in Lcth- bridge would be glad to hear of it. "It in something, 1 am sure, we are ai'i In favor, said Mrs. Humphries. Mrs. M. K. Kaake, president of the I Central W.C.T.U., was particularly de- lighted at the announcement. She 'heartily in accord with the Premier's statement, _and. believes that it .will mean'a- world good for the prov- ince. "We lia've a particularly f class of-women in Alberta, I am sure, will ,lber their j new rights, when'they receive them, with sood to all." The presidents-of the two other men's organizations of the city, Mrs. llobinson, Regent of the Daughters of the Empire, and Mrs. ,1. F. Simpson, the. Women's Civic club, both declined to express opinions, al- though they were interested in the an- nouncement. The matter is somewhat out of the jurisdiction of these two organizations. Mrs. K. N. Higinboth'am, who has been greatly interested" in the suf- frage' movement" expressed to The Herald her sincere hope that the measure forecasted would become law, we first discussed it here, neaily four years said Mrs. Hig- Jnbotham, "I. confess I gave little to the movement. But there has bean a great, change iu the feel- ing. The ladies-here were instrument- al in getting a'clause in the city'char- ter giving married -women the vote, and I: sincerely hope this new meas- ure will" go through. I would like to think that the pioneer in this." Mayor Hardic Agrees Mayor Hardie said: "The anounue- ment is entirely in accord with my views. I see no reason why women should hot have the vote. The policy Premier Sifton is pretty extensive, but I believe in it." NO CONSCRIPTION IN ENGLAND vote Photo taken during the recent visit of Premier Asquith of England grand tlio .North'Sea. He is seen in the shadow'of the guns in provincial matters, was received of the ilaaship Iron Duke addressing the crew, with a good deal of satisfaction by many of tlie women, and also many of the men, in Lcthbridge. The announce- ment is to the effect that a govern- ment measure will be brought ai the next session of the provincial house, facing wofflcm on an absolute eiiuullty with men in the province. This means that not only will wo- men be able to vote in provincial el- ections, but that they will also Imve tlie right to seats in the legislature, which ia a very pronounced step the direction of complete woman-suf- frage. W.C.T.U. Enthusiastic The women's organizations in the city most Interested in this victory for the women's votes campaign are the two associations of the W.C.T.U., which has been active in agitating this matter with both the provincial and federal governments. London is predicted lion wliich otherwise would have re-; attitude that'the "whole bus with assurance by usually well in- mained dormant. Kchnes of an alleg-'-to-be faced; amKwc will not formed'observers that the decision plol by certain ministers to force consider the.case for compulsion Walt which the government is expected to the government's liand are still the the day the-v.cinniary system has been reach next Tuesday will he that com-i chief political gossip of the hour. honestly tried to the full and has fail- pulsory seryicc for the present re-j Mr. Lloyd George's position Is, per- ed to meet the. manifest needs of the mains" inexpedient, and ithat the yolun- haps the chief subject of tary system, aided by new informa- tion obtained ami improved methods of recruiting of available men. from discussion. It Is to be noted that the war." business has Of the other members of the Cab- reruse to j jnott Bonar Law, Austen Chamber- AValter H. Long and Lord Lands- to be in favor of immediate conscription, but they would not split the government on it Loi'd. Kitchener is opposed to It, not j or he parties to forcing a general el- at body of the English- press, apart, from, any. ariti-eonscriptionist princi- action. from the extremists, represented by i pie, but because for the present he j Lord Crewe, Mr. McKenna, Mr. created regarding the question, the recent national registration' con-! the Northnliffs papers on the one considersjt inexpedient, as his speech Illarconrt, .Mr. Ruuciman, and, iu fact, tiaues to he Great Britain's best side and the Daily News on the other, "......e n.....------ T r.hinof plan tor coping with the military re-j strongly deprecates the unfortunate quiremenls for thp future-for at least! atmosphere of conflict which has been a year to come. There is some specu- lation as to whether the newspaper and political campaign for conscrip- tion has not tended "to strengthen the expected decision of cabinet, in- asmuch as it has stirred up opposi- it fs generally, asreed the country is j -MrJ.Halfour-'ls rather more definite- in the Mouse.-'of Commons, Wednes-j the Liberal element'of the Cabinet, day, showed. .He leaves the door op-j except Mr. Lloyd George and Mr. en; and if ever lie thinks conscription Churchill are very determined necessary he will declare for it. willing to have decided by the coali- tion government aB a whole. The Manchester Guardian, and the provincial press generally, take the iy hostile .to conscription at present, ainst conscription: Mr. McKenna and Mr. Kunciman vehemntly so. It is u quite likely that the adoption of con- although, -.vould accent it if scriptum-by the Ctibinet under pres- its military were and could be proved to tlie nation. might mean some Liberal resig- Discuss Y.M.C.A. Tuesday Night Citizens arc once more urged to be present In large numbers at the public meeting in the Y. M. C. A. auditorium evening, when a final, decision will be made as to the future of.the Y. M. C. A. in Leth- bridge. The special committee appointed to investigate the .affairs of the organization and ascertain just how much money.wilKbe needed to keep, it'going, will and-it is hoped some be-reached at the mcetinc. To those who arc owners of oil leases, (and they are tile Fol- lowing letter- regarding extension of the terms of the leases, received by W. A. Buchanan, lie of in- terest Ottawa, Sept. 14, 1915. heg to refer you to -the cn- ciKirf wliich you recently made to tlio IJepftrtment as to whether it was the t intention to grant a further cxiension Important amendments were made i two city bylaws at a meeting of oi time within which to pay the: the commissioners this morning 1 he rental of petroleum and'naturil gos i city passed an amendment to the locations and within which to instal weed bylaw by the terms of which a machinery thereon. general notice asking property hold- sion of time up lo the 15th of next charge the expense agam-t month wliich to pay, without Perty as a special assessmen In reply I heg to remind you that crs to remove weeds can be publish" by an order-in-council dated the 13th in a newspar.cr in the 'tl and of November 1014, provision was the failure of any property holder made that all .petroleum, arid .natural to remove the wcfds the oitj will tas lessees would be given an exten- have the. power to cut the weeds and lie pro- t to be interest, rentals -then due or accruing collected the same as other due up to the liith proximo also an The license bylaw ms amended il- extonsion of time up -to the 12th of lowing the city to collect S100 a November next within, which ,.to in- license from wild west shows tmred stal machinery in: the. manner pre-i shows of domestic, animals bucking scribed in the regulations. contests or exhibitions bull-dogging, The enquiry contained in your com- teats oThorsemanship or -H' cr shows munication has been under careful of a like nature. consideration, arid it has been decid- ed i'hat where the extension of-time granted by the prder-in-Counc.il of the 12th of November last applies'to KING GEORGE SERGEANT J E PALMEP Continued education of 'the larmers in the campaign, against the army cutworms, so that they may re bet- ter prepared to fight the "pest next year, is.UjCUig unuct taken by the Letii- bridge branch of the entomological service of the Dominion government, according to T. Gordon Hewitt, chief entomologist of the Dominion govern- ment. flho paid of. Strickland at tlie Lvperimuntal department on one-half of .the rental proposed at an English royal table, by 1 Germans. It is staled he has been of- farm. There arc now nine ;of thesr for the second is, at the rate of 25 cents an 'acre. If'machinery, however, has been installed on the location, the expen- diture incurred 'in boring, operations may be applied on account of -the ren- tal" lor the second year, soi that in such oasis iiaymertsof 'one-half of the second year's rental would ncccs- the sovereign. Jered.a .commission. laboratories in Canada. TEMPLE CORNER-STONE LAID Cardston, Sept. sary in case satisfactory evidence of standin. threatening appearance of the weather this morning, the Tab- account of the prisoner's y uould not givr- him too stiff a sen tcncc. It seems..that Wood was hot a member of -the force when Maednnald j escaped, having 'taken his discharge, I .but" the files with which lUcDonaldJ succeeded in making his I furnished him hy Wood before bis ijad expued McDonald is still I at large. School Teachers Convention Here The annual convention of the.school ..March to Temple" No services were held in the Tab- ernacle, iioweyer, In the morning. Un- ceoded, presided over by President E. J. Wood. Opening song, "Come, come, Ye prayer by Patriarch der the-instruction of President Ed- Firm'a Foundation.' ward-..t. Wood, the congregation maVclied'-'o tlie ternp'ie square, led by Apostle A. McKay, under whose direction tlio ceremonies were to take A brief history of the temple was given by Bishop Jos. T. Brown, inan of the; works. Among other iu- -jteresting facts he gave the length of place.- Next in order walked the pre-jthc temple 212 feet ind the height sidencies :of tlie two stakes, the high 192 feet. His 'speech was somewhat and the other various quor- shortened- byra sudden downpour of urns and organizations in order of hai'J and ran However this soon Cards ton. Probably a thousand visi: tors were present, all told. They were well taken care, of by the townspeople here, ench residence having its qiioU or visitors to entertain. Upon the stand were to bo seeri many visitors of importance, such as Apostle David A. McKay1 of Salt Lake HISTORIC MANSION IS BURNED London, Sept. the I teachers" of" the I ethbndgft it nil Mac Ulj President H. S. Allen, Raymond; Jcod inspctitfiraks will be on of the Taylor Stake: D.H. Elton, Leth- w. A, Buchanan, M.P., and The' remainder of the 'seats Thursday and Fridaj October 7 and bridgr 8, in the auditorium of the Central others school, Lethbridge It is .expected of prominence were occupied by varl- historic mansion at 'Wraysbury, in iaat about 200 'teachers .ol- the 450 visiting officers, Including a store, grouuda King VIII jn thp tuo'inspectorates will tejor BO of bUhpps. TUe choir seat? BolWii, todav -was de- present were taken .by. the .niamraoth Tb.e owners were ah-, A. mterar'tini; program be choir .had, been holding regulif tht CIUH of the fire has not ms; arranged for the contention hj pi notices to furnish music for the ofc- been those; in charge casiou their, ranks. 'About twenty-five dif- ferent bodies .were represented in the proceasion. Arriving at the temple structure the large crowd gathered about the south- east corner, which was to hold the im- portant stone, and the services pro- MARKETS October wheat Oetobir bits Octobir barley 35H Hljh VITATHER f Fine and cool. ceased, and the temple financial state- ment was given by Treasurer J. F. Parrish. of cash thus far expended Is A pay. roll of has been necessary. A brief talk was given hy President H. S. Allen o'f Raymond. President Wood .then placed on view the air-tight copper box; which was placed in a hoKow apace beneath the corner stone.' It measured 14x8x10 inches, and contained photos of Joseph Smith, founder of Jbe.church, with a lock of bis hair, glyea by Mrs. S. A. .WoUey photos o! the present'presi- dency of ebuieh; lUke presiden- cies, praser circles temple canstt'ifr tee, misslonarjes, officers, and of all of fleers of pne of the Cannot Compel Residents to Look After Boulevards W. S. city solicitor, writes advising the commissioned than in tils opinion the. city, has not tbe pow- er to compel citizens to care for the boulevards adjoining their property. N.Y. Professor to be New Chancellor Kingston, Sept. James Douglas, LL.D., oi York, is the only nominee for the position of chancellor of Queen's university, to take the place of the laic Sir. San- ford Fleming, who held that pcs tion for 35 years. ,He has been tendered the posit on and it is believed lie uill accept. ADMIT LADY TO BAR Alts, Sept 20 Jlisa Ruby Clements of Vegre ville Was admitted to the bar of Alberta this'Sibrning.'. Shs'is tbe first Toman in to receive till hcoor. She WM introduced to. Mr Ives by O. M. Blggir, K-9- the Manm department today steamer Tuscania rescued .408 passen- gers and members of the and tha steamer Roumanian Prince 61 othcri. Canadian Labor Men May Discuss Conscription Vancouver, B. C., Sept. 30. Al- though not included in the set pro- gram, P. M. Draper, secretary of Canadian Trades Union Congreis, cozened here today for its 3lst.rannual session, said that the possihiliU of conscription in Canada and other questions in which labor might be affected by the Eurorean nar probablj would" be given atten- tion by the delegates. Believe Contract for Rural Deliveries Let It li understood that at tout two of the contracts for rural mail dellverix in the Lethbridge district awarded by the Dominion govern- ment. but no official .vord hw received at the post here, nor py any of those who Undcred'oa One of the teadenn M laid to beard UdlMCtiy Oat will tie shortly vxutH contract te one of the routes On It U that noftrtl'irt tmt by the tnUI ;