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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOIAJMK VI. Alberta. Friday, September 1013 CENTS Number 2-13 Hon. A; G. Mackay Shatiro Sophistries arid Emply Critt- cisms of Opponents FIRST DIVISION Amendment to Address Was i Defeated by n Vote of 35 to 17 Edniouloa.. Alta.. Sept. flio (or tho motion; seventeen for the amenimenL Thin wts the result ot tile first dl- vision In the "Alberta, this session, reached, about thid after- noon at tbe close- of the dsbate on address In reply- lo the speech from Tordn, Tbe debate was brought lo. a closo by Jlou. G-. MacKny, member for Athabasca, who delivered one-of tho t foes I speeches ever heard within the of tbe legislature. Mr. Mac Kd7'i prwcli, although occupying on. ly a few "cilnutea over the hour, cov. ered nearly all important points touched upon by. tlifl'various speakers in the: coujse. of tbe debate, lasting welUlptortbeVECconi week ot tbo sit ting, and- formed-an admirable sum mink the -government's policy Strong arid- convincing, marked by careful reasoning "and logical thought at the speech was in rcart- ed contrast" to S.. Bacon ilil- locks, member for North Calgary, who preceded ulm, in the accurate know- ledge it revealed of provincial politi- cal- Issues.. .Mr. Hillocks IB an elo- but he showed a. painful with ttio question-'to addressed bis remarks. At tbe.ouUet'he.prefaced bis remarks toy .EajdBJi-.ibal he had bWn chosen. THIS INCIDENT OF TWO WEEKS AGO ACCELERATED THE STRIKE MOVEMENT THAT THREATENS TO SFKEAD-THROUGHOUT THE UNITED KINGDOM. .ASKATOON'S NEW SOLICITOR Saskatoon. Sask., Sept. L. Jordan, of the firm of MacLeau, ordan. lilllfnrake and Moion, bar- listers. National-TTUEI build- int. vis appointed city solid- S tor at a special meetlsg of '.he city council this morning. The r salary will be per annum. ff ff ff WORD SPLITTING WRANCLE OVER RENUNCIATION OF CLAIMS TO HANOVEa- 1AN THRONf- Berlin, Sept. "word-splitting wrangle over-the. formalities in con- nection with enthronement of Prince Ernest August of Cumberland and Princess Victoria.Louiso and Duchess ol Brunswick, almost led to a split In the .German-' Imperial family and (be withdrawal of the yo-jng Prince.and Princess1 from .Gfer- many, according Prussian staled, in- sisled on a mure explicit renunciation iy the Prince of-his claims' to the hrone oE Hanover, whereupon, the Vlnce declared Uiat -he would .'take fl. 9 WILL ACT AS SELLING AGENTS 'f Edmonton. Alta., Sept. ff Tho report Uiat Ihe Grain 4- Growers' Grain Co. of Manitoba will act as selling agents for ft the Alberta Kramers' Co-opera- j-> live elevators. Is officially con- frrrced here. Xcgotlatlons have beea In progress for some time past. 'arnily of Ulric Trudel Wai Wiped Out In Fierce Blaze PROBABLE ORIGIN Hand to hand conflict on the etreets of Dublin. The Metropolitan police of DubLln'are here In hand to han4 conflktG, the worst In recent years. One striker and several died subsequently from their In juries. The most serious result is that organized laborhae created conditions favorable to a nation wide strike. t HE SWORE J. P. CLARKE, UNlyEpSlfY GRAD-. UATE AND of Series of One Caught Told on the' Others Facing Iwenty-ssven .FIGHT WITH ALCOHOLISM Jlllan, Itaiy.iSeul. dls- cuESLOns a{ cougieEs on with the attlinde of ,aAd in the fight against. EXCITES IT INTEREST tha United Stiles, Germany and Italy. Medicine Hat. Sept of the city council have been informe dthat" a bill is to be Introduced in the legislature this session, abolishing the bonuring of Industries, rail- ways, etc., by municipalities. XJntU they receive fuller Infor- matton as to the of the proiwsed bill the members of the council will pass no op- luions. State Official Sprung Surprise at Sulzer Probe--An Im- portant Ruling ttVdebatJc'.-for-.rHB side, not because or.'.hi's fliness for the" 'ins-', caiiie he would be a. suitable lamb for the slaughter. And so It proved. Aiberti's.Credit The' vague tali aboul the financial of tbo province was ex- ploded b.v bombshells, of tbo heads of Ills opponents, showing .that Alberta securities cdmraanded'-riKMS Biaa the. average price for Canadian-bonds on the London market, .Alberta" 4 .per cent, bonds bringing as high'a price as. the. city of EYimonlon's 4W; per cents., and higher than those of the city of Winnipeg, and aa high as the average of different issues put on tho market-by tho older provinces of the Dominion, including Ontario. Quebec and .'Manitoba, The Alberta Great Waterways boufls were actually selling on th Jxmdon market a1. on August 28, while' Canadian Northern bonds, backed-by the province ot Ontario, were Belling at and Alberta .per cent bonds declined only eight poiflU; at the deepest trough In the financial depression, while .Ibe Bank of'England sccut'.ttcB declined eigh- teen points. These, werc.forae of the facts with which'Mr. MacKay'cffecl- nally .dispelled the ralsls created by Interested at'empls of the opposition lo .damage Ihe-record of Iho govern- ment, al ejpenso of the 'credit of the province. The: closing stages ot the dehale were followed with 'closest allenllon by Ihe public who thronged. Ihe gal- leries. Rapid Writing "To anBwer the 491 question i asked toy the member for Centre Calgary, ll would be necessary to write a book of reasonable, length and .to accom- pany tba book with about forty Premier Slfton, st the opening of the house today, when be rofo to reply lo qticst'loiiB. The Premier, hon-- tve'r, produced records of the Ilallwar deparlmeiil conccrncil with questions asked by Mr. Tweedle regarding rail- wayn guirantced by Ihe provincial govenmienl. and also laid on Ihe lable a large map the rentes of Iho Kuaranteed r'sllwnys. In to comply with the- request contained In a motion for an order of House for a return tfioxlng "all contracts. BpeclMcations, orders-ln- coundl, letters, telerrams. and other documenta In any way relating lo _ Great Railway ths premier .Mid it would ne ne- to produce, a large trunk full papers and many other documents. Premisr.stated that thero had abablutoly jiolhfng In writing between the Rovernmenl and the Al- -ft Great Co. since the. last neither telegrams or cprrenpt-iiilonw. "Everything has keen dono." said the Premier, "with MIC exception of the letter laid on tbo tabfe iB'sl -Monday, verbally." KILLED BY .TREE i. conrt, and alter a sliort, trial, which all pkadrd to the charges against Item, they were re- mandcil lor ienteuce until tpmortenv niorning. Cases Q! sbop-breaUng and pettj; thievery have-. tech reported to the police during the- past they had suspected that boys were -v tbe were H. PELISSIER, DEAD locateitbcmj contuiuins jrom time to. ..j. time to beipcstercd with reports from'v. all over the city. Last night two ot 'the ent down-lo the new roller London, death occurred today of Harry Gab- 'fie! Pcllssier, (he well-known Fernie, B. 0., Sept. 25 sad ac- rink- and stole several pairs ol skatesr composer and enterlainer, and in Celjs Calling for an '.'Early on his-skull. Deceased qucstioaing conlcsssd Iho was employed with a surveying par-, or and revealed the stolen articles ,_ ty the summer ir.pnths and in- and companions, in wrong doing: In- j tended .leaving lor Vancouver to en-jSpcclpr i'kclton, Uctrctlre ilafite and! ler a law office at of the jl'rohalion" Officer located .the season and was" but'23 yrars old. -otter bo'ys and all ol the stolen pro- remains were forwarded today'peity, which i! valued, would be by Thompson Monison, of Fcrnic, to his former home in Vancouver. N'icholis liahol was commitieti' lot trial, charged with muider t'efofe J. worth in tlje neijlihorhoort ol J200 qc The only cash taken was-aliout 520, Irom the McKillop and the Hp.yr liardware stores, hut. tbis P. Burns, J. P.- I was restored to the owners. One-lad, Nick. Kvanuclc, a miner employed I aged nincteea, pleaded guilty to.scv- at Coal Creek chargcj be-'eh charges, and was- heard before fore'J. P. with Klton, two others admit- ng cars oi coal and fined S30.00 the same oiTcuKs and were heard j jbefore Rev. Cnnon juvcnilcl Frcil Cox and George Eddy, hotel commissioner, together with Mr.' El-J porlers, charged-with frojuc-atln? thoHon- while the. fourth, who was also rcstrictf'l. 220 Crlmin- beard before the was.coniiect-. al Code of fined vi.tb, only one charge, and .was allouffl out on probation. One of the parents of each boy, ar.fl hotb the Tathcr and mother of cue were present at Ihe hearing, -and each pleaded rn hcliaif of their- son. II was an extremely sad sr'eitacle, awl as the magistrate pointed out, !he parents sufiereil more lhan the were all very penitent." H was the rAOSt astounding case' the on page I costs. -I. Hohc, for tbe sair.r oflence, was fined and costs, and recommended for deporta- tion lo ttie United-States. .lohn X. llanley, cnai'ged with in- decent exposure, was lined and costs and recommended for dcpoiii- tion to the United-Stales. Krcd Jones, comicteil .o( obslrucl- ing Ihc police, was anil costs. Alta., Sept. long'will it bo befote they bang was the-utterance ot Sirs. Jean Uav under arrest at the police station in connection wfth; the.'rout (ler of Sidney Pellant, at 47S Galla gher street last night. "I wish they wou-d bang ire cigb awayV were other wolds she uttet cd as she walked through the con at the.police station to the. uht> tograpber's to be photographe and her-picture placed in the- records of tho police. after G o'clock last even- ing, .Mrs. Jean Oaris, 478 Gallagher street, shot and killed Sidney rel- iant, a bartender of the Empress bo- f hought Some One Threw Ughr eo1 Cigaret Down in Car- penter Shop Quebec, Sept. chtldreD, all brothers and Bisters, were burned lo death in a miu'nisht flre, and two others, the motber and the oldest boy of the unfortunate forally, we now at tbe point or death al the Hotel Dleu, suffering terrible agony from burni and wounds received in their escape" from Ihe burning house. The family. destroyed Is that ot Trudel, who' was the only one to escape with injuries. The names and of young victims are: Yvonne. 13. years; 13; ears; ThDrese. 3 years; Jean Paul, 2 years, and The fatal fire brolio out at rnldnlBh.t in a wooden house situated at 482 St. Francois-slreet, In the centra ol mot populated district of the It had been made by passers-by. Jules L'Heureux. who'souaded the alarm, immediately went Up to awak- en those who were in; tia bush. lie succeeded in; was proper and" inquir- ed inlo on both side's.-Tin' essen- tially a victory for EuUerv' Albany, X. V., Sept. 26.-Duixa W. Peci, stale superintendent o! pub- N'as by a young man on hli way home and befcre'the: flretten ar- lic works, m had de. zer's impeachment-trial 'to- alter, j a eJ5ht victims.'and the'rescu.. siooa that tie governor ior'two members ol: the Trudei familir" ,im to deny uncter oath. that he had made a J500 contribution to the Sul- zer campaign fund. PJ- a vole of 43 to .24, the court of impeachment today ruled-, that, .the question of Intent op the lug.up the cliief of the contributors to Sulzer's campaign Trudel, who RsCaped-ih his-nlsnt gar-'- ments. At the' same moment liis'wife. waa crying out for'help'at a' wlndqvr of-the third storey. Seeing .men In she1 aeted them lo'-catch ihe holding in hor arms.' acta ally "threw a.; fifteen: jumped throu'sh itis arms of three yo.ung--men-and'-struck the-wall with-his In- juries that may prove fatal: A .Jilcule. later tie first made im and -when- -it was put In place, which took about the unfortunate1 husband climtiedMt ahead- ot-the-fhremea- and saved his.wife, whose hair and fic.eV were already but who still conscious at the IImB. No Chance of Recovery" .The ambulance took the, roolber and. Ihe chlld'to" the Hotel Dfen. whete was announced this morning that they-, have no chance of recovery. Chlel Ilamel Boon arrived with a aec-ood brj- gade, whicb .was llmmefliaielf ed by 'the third and general call.. At 12.SO a.m. Ihe firemen of the were' working on iho'SU n-anco'Is'.. street fire, which was raging In the ASMNIE1 G. M. MCLEAN WAS BADLY STUNG RECOURSE IS -AG AINST AUCTIONEER Thoxizh one would naturally expect that goods bought-at a-public auc- tion sale would be protected to the buyer, 01. N. the McLean -Transfer .Co., has found out to bis sorrow t-hat such is not always the case. His experience cost tbe neighbnrhooii ol paid for a team during the summer. The Chief Sulzer. HERRICK t Counsel for Governor How We May Elect an Ideal Commission No. Salaries Demand Highly Qualified Men angry. ol a balt- hrefd'vvomaii in Tofield is ccnsidercd the fool motive. inquest over PellanTs body will commence, tonight at 8 o'clock, and until the jiiry" returns a verdict, no j charge oi ra'arrtsr wilj be laid against Eleven thousand dbllar-5 Is a lol of mo.ney._ Mosi any time the words roll on the.lorjue producing 3 pleasing sen-j woman's first name on the auditory nerves, but this year they seem to sound larger, lhan usual. west has had a lesson In is JeJn' jnrt lhat ot her husband economy and the pcc-pfe of Lethbridge have had Ihelr share. They have had to be economical in the] and have Impressed on the council the necessity of carrying the.watchward, economy, into the city hal tel, Lacombc, who was spending tbe During the summer a man named day in the' city visiting at the Uavis Ewing brought a 'team of horses .bouse and In a carpenters sbop oe-. house I across the line, which were sold by Such was the of the Unlike last night, tbe woman was' auction lo Mr. McLean. "amcs no much calmer this morning and no Some lime after, Robert Altman, be Bave lhe tears rolled her chws as she of, .Mont., camo to talked oi tho terrible crime- she-corn- claiming the team as his own, He. milled when she sent Ihrce deadly produced papers to prove his owner- leaden pellets into Pellani's body. ship, and Mr. rekctantly She -walked "with a steady step and gave up Hie. horsts. lalke'd wilhoul hesitation. -AH slic Ewing is now being held by the w'rj under control, At. 2.30 was snd then Chief Hs.mel declared that he had thought at cer- tain moment that a new conftagratfoa" was to. destroy St Roch'a ind evening. sald'wni about tht murder and con- Monlan'a slate authorities charged Eauveur. The origin of th. fire iras ifnuallv ihe police constables with scaling the team. His trial will probably a llglhted ctwrtll. when 'she irould be hanged. helJ in October. McLean's only Into the carpenter's shop during: Another, motive to the crime be- J recourse is against Ihe auctioneer. sides jealousy was Riven vohmtariiy by fhc.woiuali herself this morning. She told' the police that she had bad a considerable, amount 61 money in the. house, and had disappear- ed. She lUpugbt 1'ellant hail stolen it, and when she questioned him, he denied the- (licit. This did nol satisfy her 'suspicions am! she became very Mother of Late.Simon Popo- vilch Enters Action Against Lelhbridge Collieries rown business, David; -nho.has not.tccn IHing with ,H, ,his wife .for several People Now the ratepayers are preparing to go out and spsnd for a city commiision. They If dcceastd !ntoiUoti .to fire to worth of'jood'grivtrnment, In other words. Having caught the tplrit of economy, arc they going lo exlftnd It to Includs the business of treee coming elections? nving- to a rcspcc'a'cle tain- Olds. Her metier Claiming that the entry in which the deceased was working was a death (tali, and also Itiat the hre boss was negligent in not warn-'ng th'o es- shot, the administrators ol the j dead; but her father Is stl'l sli-e. tate of Simon lost HQN Ocrman-Amcr'can ol twenty- his life on -May 20 in the mine of j of-lhe support and-society ol a sou and brolher. In setling forth the grounds for damages the writ states'thai on May. 2Qth Simon Popovitch was at .woiK' shooting, down coal in the Popoyikh that, the Tire boss fired- shot ViithouL giving Popo- vilch no escape, and- that, the entry iris a trap which the .dV ler.danls shoiild tave dosed before tha. accident. The case Iti exciting much in local rnine-rs9 unions -throughout the Pass coal camps. PELLETI5R MET THE. FAITHFUL Stop and think why the ratepayers laet Dr-cemter voted In favor af'gbvernmenl by cornmltslon. Wss It because vice out ol them at the least cost to the people without creating a deficit. Remember those one of and two of each. They, are not allrri at thit ctage.of the Candidates will round like files to the honey jar. ..There will be no dearth ef proe'ptctc, And the talk of trie people will be to pick Ihe three men who willeifrn the people economy. Spending money. to Mvelmort money ia the serious business brfore the The revolve, she used isthe Pn3- or ,ta Thr. actiji is> b.SaJI.0. the ;