Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
TFe Lethbridge Daily Herald Milunie JV Alta.. Tuesday, 1011. Number 241 GOVERNMENT CLEARING i AWAY j _ Linnox May Succeed Parent on the N.T.R. Commission Ottawa. Sept. of the mem- bers of the cabinet arrived in Otta- wa today and imnrediately began the work ot clearing up their arrears of business preparatory to transfer of th-a administration to t-.o government. The miii- hiri's noiv here are Hon. .Alessrs. Hfiland, Pugsley, Fisher, Craham, Mnrphy, Frederick Bor- Sir Alan Hon. K.'aiding, PatepjOii ah-d King iire expected tomorrow and a cabinet iho huslnisss going for- ward. At present the rusolution. is enrrieiraml exports in acuial n will bT engaged TORiES CAN HAVE ALL THE VACANT JOBS Ottawa, Sept. The outgoing governm ent will not fill any the city engineering! department .hi ord-ar that tb-a large nrms may Imye a cbunce to figure on the machinery for tlit! plant, and it is expected that il take a couplo of months 'be- Fore all the details are ready so that the council can call for tenders. Three alternatives am in tin specifications and the city choose Ihc best offer of the one mc-jt suit- able. The -extension will, give the city an 'extra power capacity- of about of the govormmmt posts 'now vacant including one Quebec and two Nova Hcotia Senator ships, vacancies nn Kaihvay Board, caused by the ilnnLh of Hon. Thomas Green way and which v.'ill go to a western man; one High Court and two County Court judge- j plilps in Ontario, chairmanship of N. T. U. npnimitaion from which Parent will resign, and some minor pouts. All ttose posts, will he filled by the incoming administration. pany's hooks lo KCC what the profits of tin; buiiinuss arc. Sonw question were asked as to fchc suburban lines j which is considered of tin- compnny, the. outstanding j sun.icient to sunply all the needs for point being lhal they were not in- plans, but in the purchase Mayor K.vans said they were, includ- ed bi't Mint Sir rrtiuired further agreement ing them. EDMONTON MAN SHOT HIMSELF Kdi.'iciilun, Alia., -Sept. 2fi.-S. M. ;i well luiown local young lor simio years in Ilir oinploy 1 the Ilitdson's (lay Company here, id ijilrr in the real eslale business, iftnnioil In (Mininnt suiridi' shoi'My the proposed street railway aystem for some time to come. The bpil-er capacity will also be doubled, giving William Mackenzie j eight Imiteis where Hiore are now concern-1four- When the plant is completed it will be one of tire most up-to-date of the large- plants in' any of the wcEtern citi-cs. After the machinery is contracted for thvs tenders of the building extenfiion will be awarded, and the engineering department will have 'no trouble in yetting the plant in shape by the Lime tho stracL cars BANK OF EGYPT HAS SUSPENDED '.ondoii. Scjit Bank of I pt I imilid suspended payment lodJ> T notice to thi depositors are ready for operation. BOARDING CAR ON C. P. R. WAS BURNED Indian I fend, SayK., Sept. UEi.-rA car occupied by the fore' I IK dincCots sul tint idvii-ei. Of the C. P. R. bridge Mid build- 1 M aiiparuit that llu Nng gaiifr wais burned tonight. An huik cannot prorurr casn sulncitnt to jeiigin-e bacKed down on tlw cars, tip- imoi its ruinnl The n coal oil lamp In the car. ML! i} Mit, 1'1C foremnn, lust his clothes, bis watch and about, ninety stitnhmi Hid Ulll U is uill lir tlit in nil', i u is mroi grated in udl is Hi rtsR7 dollars. lenient hy shootiiifi. Tin- bnl-, "ithoi d t ipitnl v. H '.vent Hi eyes ami th ri.roui'y is not been depressed (or some lime. the head behind li.. f i dircetors he isHlill living, ins Hiirrluy is chairman, pf tlic board irli I ord Tlnn ISSS to inclusive, the hank paid from 12 ptrceiil. dividends. BERMUDA WANTEU RECIPROCITY WITH U, 3, Now York, Sept. senti- ment in Herinmla was strong for. re- ciprocity and _tbo disappointment Is keen indeed over tlie result_ of the Canadian elections, in which the La.ii- rlei government and its reciprocity plan was Toronto, Sept. are now- being prepared for securing the de- cision of the Presbyterians of Can- ada regarding Church Union with the Methodists and CongregatioimUsts. Kyery. Presbyterian family in Canada win also receive a sixteen page pam- phlet giving a history of the union .negotiations. Ten thousand .bal- lots will be sent out for elders, three thousand while ballots to the mem- bers, and sixty thousand red ballots to adherents. FROST IN MANITOBA Winnipeg, Sept.. first heavy frosi. of the year swept over the west last night reaching Us min- imum at Minnedosii, .Manitoba, where the official reading was or 12 de- grees of frost. At Broadview and .Moosomin 21 was recorded. All Sas- katchewan and Alberta were touched by more or less frost, while numer- on-a 'Manitoba points also had garden stuffs destroyed. DRY FARMING SPECIAL Arrangements have now been completed so that pass- engers going to Colorado Springs on tho Dry Farming train can have -their railroad tickets extended so as to arrive back in Jjeth- bridge on October lUst. This will give those that wish to visit other cities In the South- cm States or. stop with friends an extra week and an oppor- tunity to do HO. returning on the regular trains. It found necessary lo reserve two sleeping cars for the married a-3 so many have con- eluded that it IB only right that the ladies should enjoy this lovely trip. Applications for space in (he train are pouring in at a groat rato and Fred Down- or -jtates that when tho con- dnctor calls out. "all aboard" at four o'clock p.m. on October 14th, Hint he will have 110 passengers comfortably set- tied ilown for tlie ;t007 mllu trip, islativo Assembly, so as to enable the company to construct and operate- many lines railway. The condi- tions of these charterp were probably the" chief siibjGCt of the discussion at this morning's conference between the premier and the Canadian Nor- thern president. One of the charters to be applied for is for construction of a line to McMurray from a point on the Athabasca Landing branch from Ed- monton. Ttr'is said that the C. N. H. will undertake to build'this road oa rhe same conditions-of guarantee and bond interest per mile and four per cent, bonds, on which it has built and is building: other branch lines in Allwrta. TORIES GET TWO; LIBERALS ONE Deferred Elections Favor- ed the Conservative Party Montreal, Sept. chief fea- ture in the political yester- day was .the deferred, elections in Oaspo and Chicontimi-Saguenay, mid as was expected, both returned men who will support, Mr. Bonlcn. In Gns- pc, Dr. G. II. CJanthier was elected ir the .lion. L'amieux by a ma- jority so far as heart! from ol' 558, liich makes it apimront -ihaL Mr. 1'Cmienx was lucky in being elected last. Thnrfidjiy from In Chi- cautlmi-Sasncnay the- siiccoE-jful can- didate of the four in the field was late memljer, .1. Girard. Origin- ally elected to house as a Con- vntivG, Mr. Girard voted consist- ently with the Liberal party, but now that the dispensation of the loaves ami fishes has fallen to tlie lot of. his party chiefs, Mr. Girard will prob- ibly lea fojiiui sMII strong in his old political fnith. In tliu polIUual taWa is clasised ns a Conservative. Mr. (Jiraid's majority as 't'arci'o heard from about iaoo. A Liberal Win One more change is nuitle in the standing by the inclusion of is a Liberal county. The Liberal BumHdate lias a majority of 34, so far as can The ollicinl leclara-tion will be made at Waterloo liis afternoon and IL is understood that if. ;is expected, U yhows a ma- orily for Mr. Boivin, James Davidson will immediately apply for a judfolnl the number of rejected bal- ots being finite heavy, while (hero arc number of irregulari- ties which it is or candidate will take the field. The alior men. consider this the best op- lortiuuly they have ever hart, to get L munibcr' in the legislature. Various mpnrtaiit matters have come up dur- ng flic past couple of years which hey insist need attention, and they vill do their best to place one at Edmonton. The riscent strike has rotight out very strongly the needs jf the labor men as repards legisla- ion, and it is certain that a Labor amlidaie will poll an almost solid oln in tliis constituency. Should it turn out to be a thrce- ornered fight a great deal of inter- st will be aroused, and although conic, are nearly surfeited with etec- ions for the -present, the campaign will likely be a' short, but strcnuoug affair. Drockville, Out., Sept. hare not really up my mind what my plans are but iii all probability T will return to, journalistic work on tlie BrockviUc said Hon. George Graham last night. If. ia a well known fact that since Dm miri- later of. raihvays and canals has been a member of the Dominion house lie has not had any financial Intonest in the Recorder, the control of that pa- per being in the hands of his late brother, Wm. Graham of Ottawa. It is not. at all unlikely that the minis- ter of railways will purchase the trolling find como back tq his old lovo.