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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. Lethbi'idge, Wednesday, September 2J, CENTS Number 241 JL8GI Bill M DoLaio Will Have Sec- oil d Enlivened Proceedings THE RESOURCES Assertion was Made-that Western Provinces had to Vote Conservative- Edmoatou, Alia., Sept. tut'embodying the government's so- Icliou oi the Alberta and Great Wa- lersv'nys was laid oa the table in Ibe legislature by Premier Sllton this afternoon.. It is called "an act respecting the Alberta anil Great Waterways UaiUvay company." Thp. first clause o! the. act repeals tie passed in 1010 by which the funds o! thb A. i 0. W. in the banks were declared 1o form part o! tlie general revenue fund ot. the province. H then ratifies and confirms the provincial guarantee of'the bond issue amount- ing to authorizes the provincial .treasurer to issue and de- liver tho bonds as soon as the saaie shall have been certified by a trustee In exchange- lor a' single interim hond of heretofore issued. The banks holding tlie mor.ey are Authorized to pay over the.inooey to BiKh other banks as directed by or- der In council. The provincial ueasur- MIX UP ON KOOTENAY CENTRAL MIH Hear; Unionist Council DvulY o f Propose Constitution of Ko- be! I ions State nook, Sept. mixed train on the KooUnuy Central Railway ran lUo a side track, and collided with a jam- mer, with whlcb the East tenay Lumber Co. loading logs. THoE. Good, engineer on the Jammer, received a broken left arm and a badly cut face. Mr. ITream is Negotial- ing With' the Grain Growers5 Gnun Company-- IMfast. Ireland, Sept om- bryo "Parliament of at knon-J! as iho Ulster Unionist Council, assemb3od loday in Ulster ;llall In iMs fcltj, to discuss plans for _a provisional government IQ (he ov- ff cni oi llomu Rule becoming law. Six Jii: i! lire J'debates were prc-si-nt The .ilnriiuls of Londonderry, former LoVd lieutenant of Ireland, was the chair- man. The meeting was held behind closed doors, but subsequently an official an- r.ouncemetil was issued as follows: "Ml the seeps bare been taken for repudiating the dtcrces of a National- ist parliament, and for taking over the nment of Iho province of Ulster In trust for the ilritish ua'.lon." Tiie articles of the Ulster legislation were approved by (be delegates. The details we not to be published until the .lay the Home Rule bill is placed on toe statute books. Discredited Rumors In official niELieterial circles uo cre- dence whatever Is given (o the ru- mors of an appeal to the country, eith- er by a general election or a Winnipeg, EC pi- 2i.-So color is lent the thai for tins SIR EDWARD CARSON dum, before the Home Rule bill be- comes Jaw. It seems certain, from ibe fact that Important members of the and1 of the opposition in both 'Routes --Save been In each others' the last few weeks.' that Informal conversations On Ihe subject, of have taken place, but iib autiiorltaTlvc annojnce- rr.ont has been made, r.or is likely to be made until Premier Asqulth de- Hyccs his annual adfrrcsg to Uis con- stituents next month. .Rumors of Dissolution of arc Given No Credence Of- fipially UP men Belfast telegrams that the Ul- ster Unionist Council today confirm- ed the scheme for a provisional gov- in the event of Home Hule going into effect, and also Ina-JRuratsd a fund to indemnify members ot tho volunteer forces against injury or loss of life. It is proposed to raise one mil- lion sterling. Pregnant Possibilities Sir Edward Carson, leader ot the Ulster 'Unionists. aM Us o" Irish mem- bers of thc; ITouse o' Commons, the DuKo oE "Abercornf and raauy oliicr persons aud representatives from f.ll parts of thei province of Ulster aiteud- ed. Full deialls of the provisional lesis- (atfon of the province were commun- icated to tbe mesilng for formal ratifi- cation. The earnestness with Ihc parficlpants regaided the proced- ure was; exemplified In reports of the meeting, whlci declared nucleus of en Ulster parliament put Its hands to 'a 'document no less remark- able than the Declaration of Independ- ence, and pregnant with the possibil- ities of change In the political history of the country." er is emponered to evccuto on behalf season at least the L.ra'n Growers province an agreement. Intel- Otai" company, of this city will actjBHlTlSH GOVERNMENT EXPERT nifying any liank from which moneys are transferred against claims oE tiondlioltiers. Upon the act coming into force the- province be cn- titled to receive from the Alberta n which was sec- onded by Jlr. Twctdfc, to the- address lie saiil the company-had nothinj. of tlic This land lies in the two townships placzd under tl.e ditch hy the con- Thc past few snappy nights have ilo uith-it the ordtr of', the 1 sipii to the main twenty-mile crim- nitch -made within hat! their efieut on the ics .h'Jsir.css. raihvay commissioners was that the! the past year, anil completed in Au- !n reply to the speech- Irom the AH ire wagons'will be oR the crossing should he opened at the ex-i gust. thror.o, which regrets. that the EOF-! routes on Tuesday except-one. oi tlie city! I Trie is-.being made hy frnmcnt failed to gi lion of it propo: province, from the dli ts.lhat tlie Eof-irouies on lucsnay escrpi-one. n.e oi the city. is-.being mane oy iv'e "any Ir.dica-, ice supply this year lias held out veil.! This, question "is an important one, I Wilson and agents for the C. ISM to relieve the j f.asl fall ice was shipped in from as with the commencement ol' con- P. R. lands The [sastrous position] Calgary. This year already stiuction-of the Wth St. subway land is of tlic hcst and will receive 1n which it has bteo placed by the cars have been shipped out, .to the j rest spring there will he said illegal and confiscatoty lejisla-j northern city. crossing in the city, the tion." Opposition speakers .have BO !ar been regretting that no solution has Hon. Dundan Mar- bten indicated, shall will perhaps change their amendment now rcgrctting'that a solution has been brought forward. Whichever way it goes tlitf opposition will find room for regret. HE HAD THE PROOF Tlie speech of Hon.. Duncan Mar- shall, aiming late 'in the afternoon, infused t lively Interest in the de- bate which had at times flawed when opposition speakers reV.taised plall- tuilcs'which they had used on tho hustings at tho election. Jlr. Marsh- all nailed the opposition to the state- ment that they have been endeavour- ing to'ge-l the- country to oa the of Natural resources, lie Elated that It. H. Dennett, mcinhcr member.for Calgary in the Federal House, had stated both in -Alberta only- .c overhead Coal deliveries arc increasing bridge at Slh St., which would be white (he past two. or three days has rather ur-.har.iiy foi1 farmers hauling seen the commencement' ot'tho lail heavy lojils into the city. as I The matter will likely te taken up no: by the city council nt an c.irly changc In the price of that fuel ilusiir.g so lliat Hie crossing may he oii- nish to fill up the bins. So far that the opposition' he learned there -will he no: by the city council at an c.irly i winter. cued during tlic winter months.' OTHERWISE HE MAY BE BARRED FROM RUNNING' AS A COMMISSIONER Clly Solicitor Ball will earn his sal- ary between row end election llmo U'lthout a douhl. Ho will lie qnllo answering about the stitl tn thb nelEhlinring province ofnow charter Saskatchewan that If people wanted i bcBinnlng now to won- thcir natural resources they must dcr whst nre on vote Conservative, and that they will r.ot get them .so long ns Liberal goy- erriir.frils iU'e- in po'.ver in these prov- inces. The statement was challenged by candidates for offic'e. One discovered this morning Is that uci city official receiving a salary may bo a candidate. Mayor fa'a cftj' official, lie assertion. KARX The. Minister of Agriculture dealt with the elevator- policy under which 42 elevators sue already cither built ot in course of cumpletion ami will W in operation this-fall. He slated aftor toneldcrable. last spring. LORD METHUEN MAY BE GOVERNOR- GENERAL attention from huyers'as soon as the reatly-nmdc farms have, been disposed of. The tract is large .enough to ac- comtnosJalc 2S8 farmers. Application i has already been made for isolated parcels. irrigated lanil is comracncins. to more Trebly than for some years past! lljssop Hros. bought- U.e Allister larm atljoining their own a few itaj s ago- It is con- tains acres and the price was in the neighborhood of per acre. New York, Sept. London' cablt to the. American "The post of governor-general of Canada on the retirement of tha Duke of Connaught has Field Marshall lord Mcthuen, according to the London He (s likefy to .at- cept. RUSHtNO TROOPS TO FRONT Belgrade; Sept. and priste-ngor traffic on nil Servian Mayor Hardto also promises, to bo roads was stopped today. All tlio candidate. Will ho have to resign I trains requisitioned for military rervico in connection with tho con nictj between the Servian troops ami the Albanians on Iho ".fte- tho mayoralty iii order to bo ellg- Ililcl Tht! same queslion la being asked lognrd to other city officials who_ are mentioned for commission jobs, j their reKlmeuls. scrvisls have callnd .back, to Thirteen convictions, fte result ot i which netted tee coffers ot the pro- vintlal government tlSOQ, in fines, the outcome o! a few days' wort oa the part ol the Pro. Det. and Inspector Hodsiins, ol Calgary., In less tben a weei Mr. Hodglrtcs aa- covered 16 cases of illicit hoow tell-; Ing at Diamond City and Cbinook Collieries, and when' bis mass of ctU. dencc was complete, the Slountcd Po- lice, ur.dcr Sergeant McBrayce, as-' sisled by Mr. Hodgkits and his detectives, raided tlie several Joints, stores, pool rooms and boarding houses at the mines, and.fifteen ar- rests were made. The varied bunch, consisting ot Italians, Ruthcnians, Russians, Cbi-. camen, Poles, Scotch and Irish, escorted to the barracts fast night, and at seven o'clock the beariagt be-; gan heiore Superintendent Wilson. Sit. cases were completed by 8.30 and the remaining seven wero -heard this; morning. There is another to be-. tried this altecnoon and. still two. more for tomorrow. All of the ed pleaded guilty ercept one, .jack Angelo, and Detective llodgiins had' the evidence ready to convict him, although someone .posted Angelo's brother that his shade would he raid--'. ed, and the booze was taken out of Culrf will be up for.- preliminary llie house thrown mto h-prcstnt he had nplhlng to 'Rive out, Last.spring during the Herald cir- culation contest, the prize ol ViJOO rash'-was won by J. R, Revell for. the church, and ilfiOO'of this amount applied to the building fund CLAIM COMMISSION RULED .THAT SKEITH BUSY ON ACRES OF BEST FARM LANDS ALL THE WAGONS BUT ONE WILL of the new edifice. Ever since the. church was estab- lished here there has been a growing need of a modern home. It is likeiy two of the lots.will be reserved as a site for .the bishop's resilience to bo built at a-future date. GIVEN A HEARTY SEND OFF TO FOUR TRAJNMEN KILLED AND TWO AWFUL SCENE OF WOE WORKED FARM HAND AS I-onta, Sept. the famous actor, and his daughter Margery, had a hearty send-oft at Kuston today on leaving their Canadian lo'ir via the Virginian.. 1r. Maude remarked that he .first went to Canada wl.en ho.was twenty years old and worked on a farm in Ontario for a year. Mr. Maude .and company of twenty-four open.their four In Toronto, October. 6.. Tire Virginian also', carried .Hon. T. Crolhcrs, minister of ..labor, who has visited every important, in- dustrial center on this side of the Atlantic.. WARD TO LEAD OPPOSITION Wellington, Kept. .Joseph Ward has accepted-the leadership ol the opposition at a parly caucus wh'ch received his decision with great enthusuism. costs each. All had the-necessary number. shekels except otic, who after spend-, ing a few. dreary minutes in -'the: guard room, scraped up-the amount, with the assistance of his Those who were convicted and'finei were: Jack Angelo, Clemato Ange-.' In, Albert Jordacki, Aagelo EmackpV Steve Nehez, Deioch, (two Ed. .Muirhead, Benedlito, Andreir Dangattf. RETAIL MERCHANTS The Retail Merchinls elation of Lothridge will meet tn Board ol Trade toalglit, when business-of pedal Interest vill be ed. Mr. J. E. Bucltnall, Uiry of the provincial and Mr. A. If. Detnars, member ''4-: of tie Dominion speak. Not only but .4 all refalf msrcluuits ars cor- dlalljr nreed to attend, ft Ii de- sired to make the. association a Tfral live force for good and ftr- fr ery merchant is asked to at- tend hear lom'ethfng. v special Interest to 4 4> Moiicton, XJ B., Sept. en- gineers and two firemen killed, and tuo brakemen injured, was the toll today of pne-of the worst wrecks m the history of tlie I.U.It. The dead Knoch Itushton, engineer, Moncton Ilj ton ficenian, Moncton Frank Lyons, engineer, Truro Geo. 1'rinnlcy, Saintc F.-xiacke. The. injured U..U. Sharpe, brake- man, 'Moncton; Thomas Danks, brake- Truro.- Two freicht trains, about 15 miles -1-o'clock this aflernc'On, ran hcadon nt a cuive in a cat six mile? esst.of Sackvillc. The engines were; d'anothhci! and twenty Soiilhrrn .Mhcrta oats arc being wtlMmrr.eJiately order buying In' freight cars, heavily la-lcn, [or shipment to Daiuth Canada. They have agents. ed and reiluccd'to a mass oi kindling one-half accnl prcni.uiii the price j picked for the final 1VC011- I paid for Winnipeg siiip'mPTit.' (word from Washington. This is unc ol the effects ol the The grafn trade has. presented an- Tlir tarifi v.hich shortly le other feature, this year so far. InL' fNC.W DlbriUr Ur Ing to the decrease in the amount of The United drain Producers Co.i winter Red Winter .Ii acting on Ins'.iuctions from the' Jlc- now selling at a treralum .61 two Laughlin Ora'n and cents o'er Northein. Ko. 1 Minneapolis, started toJay to huy sells for 67 today a'ga'nst 00 pa'd'. oafs for Duluth shipment. While the'for No. I A. R. W. Last duly Is r.ot removed, it promises to. prices were even.. AlLetta ha lowered to such an extent .that.taken a jump.of i cent durng THE LATE JAMES ROSS James 'Hoes, the president of ominion Co., who died en Sat urday at Montreal, .PpERBORO IS .ENTHRONED Pelerboro, Sept, 24. Right Reverend .Michael Joseph O'Brien D.D., thil morning eonse- cntecf feiihop of..Petfiroboro Dio- at St. Peter's Cathedral. High'mass was celebrated by Exceltiflcy P. f. Sljgnl, p. Appjjollc Delegate to Duluth deliveries will result in a pre- mium here. The action of the buying'concern is in the nature oS an'experiment as yet.' So far no experiments have been made with wheat shipments. From recent reports it appears as If wheat will be- absolutely (tee. Should it he, the Herald has it' on past week. Shipments have lilkn off durhij the past few days, hut. will he sumcd again stronger tomorrow, iv-ticn threshing will start again after the rain.' f Kaimets are somewhat cd at the rapid decline in prices and as many, as.possitly can are Mi fan; awaiting the cipeeted greater stabil-'' gf.od authority that .severnl Duluth jfi.j- ol 1 he market following' tiic and JlinneapolEs cormnjssion fiTmsJilT anno'inccmcnt. ;