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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TWELVE PAGES Lethbridge. Saturday, .September 27, .1913 CENTS Number 244 DATE OF Number of Private Bills Were Given First and Second Reading REDCL1FF BILL Held Up by Member to Dis- ,i cusi Principle of Bonusing Industries sit- Kdmpaton, Sept. After llnss lasting Irpni three in the ternoon till nearly mfdnfght, with an interval for members, oi the legislature experienced a welcome 'change1 yesterday. The house met at three and adjdurMd in less than "one hour. The business done was con- fined to giving a scole ol private bills st second reading, the presenting ol petitions ar.d consideration In corn- mltlea ot the whole ot an act and -prospects amend the insurance act and the OPENING BASSANO DAM Montreal. Sept. new' six million dollar dam at Has- saoo. will be opened on October 1. This IB Uie official anno'Jiicenient coming from the C. P. R. in regard to ihe inrojecl of checking tho Dou- Illver, lu order to the land ol western Canada, The project. which has attracted world-wide attention In the Ijast few years. PETITION IN HIS FAVOR BEING CIRCULATED IN MED1CNE HAT FIGHT Medicine Alta., Sept. 26. The municipal pot is .iioiiing In..eii- lhc campaign this year will he that the Voodrrien's lien act. Both the-latter Two ol-the alder- men are resigning seats to ruu for measures -went through'committee in almost record-time, the clauses telng agreed to almost as .soon as thet member- in charge of the bill had ex-' ..plained provisions. The icrity biil to which an .objcctic-n raised wao that to validate and, confirm bylaws ot the town ot Red-' mayor. These are Drown, who has chairman of the finance co.il- roittcc and acting major during Jfayor Spencer's'' times .of abEfcce and Alderman Is cre- dited ivilh having the ol all the council. A petition- A. 1 largely signed today asking" Arthur tlLff. Objection-to the chief of .second ccadibs was raised by Mr. Land Co., to stated that he made, ,OK inavor, and it is understood rtjeptfon-on behalf of vas ahstnt, wished to bring up lome. point In the dfscussioa- O. R. Mitchell, who had "e.oMhis MM in the absence or! be the petition is sul- Sweet Reasonableness" on Part of Farmers and All Will Go Well A GREAT SEASON Summer Weather Facilitates the Threshing and Grain is Pouring on Market City Council Up in Arms Over Treatment of (he Bank Officials Wheat pouring In a goMon aval anche ou the rails ie already beginning to overtax the C. K. operating de- partment io Southern Alberta, There is a1 ecarcliy of cars at the present moment, confined as yet however, to the Aldersydo branch. It is almost, impossible to get. cars at Monarch and- IVoble. It Is also learned on ecod authority Ibnt the Calgary-Macleod branch Is suffering. ID the division, there has beeu no toraplalat as yet. Wheat IB moving freely from lotb south and eafit. .However, fanners are not going to they are hurt. That Is what some ot tUem told the Herald this morning. They will lake the matr ter up direct -with C. P. R. at Calgary in au effort to get The- excellent, harrest -Veather has" Had Its" effect, '-Over forty''per: cent of the grain Lis_ tiireshed m-lhe Xobte and >fonarch dEslricla where the heaviest crops of tbe south ivefe RECALL MAYOR HARDIE AntJ-Start All Over Wants All Bonds Hypothecated Will Give Settlers Confidence and Tend to Permanence of Residence MILLING INDUSTRY Lake of Woods Director Tells Why Millers Prefer em Location Farmers not in a are clamoring-.for raised this year, position lo bold, cars. The Horald learned this morning on good authority however, that a" large ly ol empties are on thb. way two aldennea-vvith. those whose .bach.from Winnipeg and'if the HerpiK tJipSrs, vacancies officials are appealed to It'seems imia.ua) out ot eight opportunity. if, the- present" council A hoVc y.that-.Southern will get A generous supply, .l- Mpro grain has. been moved oul of 'Southern Alberta this fall-up. to'this assured.'It ia not improbable tbatidats than: ever before. delegation which was coming up from the -south to appear bf-Iore the ilichener sairt iheob- jeclipo was lo the "principle of bon- using iridustrics which" he understood .vas contained in ibs bill. Mr.' Mitchell a gtted to rfefer the iwond reading. A COL13MAX BILL" Hoa- J. U- Boylo' Joade'somtj in- quiciCB irotn II. E.' mender for Rbcltj: Mcwatam, who was in ol tho bill -to incorporate the MutuarBenefit Society of" Italiku regarding tbe nalure pi InitituUoo. .Mr- Ctmptell JtfttM Uiat it not trhfl of the club to do general iQiuruce. The Itftlltu peopk Ue Colwnan dis- trict has two contributing to a volua- lor- their muhtit assJitance Itt of skknesi, H was their wish to', swltlog. itcorporntipn to be able; to property hi TCI t the. proceeds ot tte fund. BILLS DEALT WITH Two foimal roolloM were moved by Premier Siftoo supply and the. ways and rating ol raising tho revenue. The 'motions T-iH. alar.iJ on tbe order paper until tho budget ii brought down, BILLS REROUTED The standing orders rc- tbp following bJUs, which n jivni "their first teafling. Hebreff Social club; Village ol Wabaraun Uacli Cilj- of Hed Uecr REQINA.WILL HAVE AUTOMATIC TELEPHONES Regina, Sept automatic tfllephoaes "will be Into commta- s_ioa In.lUgLna Novem- ber 1st or'as soon as experts from Chicago can complete the installation pcd .from. Alberta, and'of this than caine from the At year-Vesa thajn innycd. same, it- matcri that over QG bushelV-'ot tho Southern Alberta crop -has. been threshed so that several mil- Because the.CEty Council rtfui- cd to provUo order- ed by of Montreal In "connection -the bond deil, 'thereby thc-bitijiilnlcn Securitlei wit of the bond tike a two months' ihj remainder, the coun- oll at today decided to call the-whole off, call. Mayer Har'dle and start THe-cbuncij; considers that the Bank handed oh .thefriitiumon meeting ic-itini.lriitfnrtlon. The.-oity the Hank of Montre il on capital ac- the deal with the Do- Co., they, asked Ihe Bank If It would allow the city to e whole proceeds from the Jl Bile ftgatnst notes now outstanding against the city.-, The answer came .back .that the jnocoeaa 'allo'y 'lbut" woj the cUy half tKe In NEGOTIATING A TREATY St. Petersburg. Sept. "htriese Foreign Minister today re-op- ened negotiations with the HuFftan filcn mlnlBtry In relatloa to the conclusion ot a tbree-foM treaty be- tween Russia, China and MoLgolla. The propo'cj Utaly foi1 ;he rocognitton of the Independence of a united MonEoHa under the rule of the Kutuhtu or Khan ot-Mongolla ar.d subject 10 the foverelgntjr of Clilua. The Lake of the Woods Milling policy .was not annouaced, but the individual views of an influential Tneraber of the board of. directors was when Mr. G. V. Hastings, of Winnipeg, was in ihe city.today, eald that ID hla1 opinion it was not good policy build mills In ttie rar west. Asked why? explained that the grade of Hour made by his company required a blending of wheats .and-the better business pol- icy la to build ihe-mills intthe east buy the wheat In the west. The P, A. O'Farrell, JournaMst and' Miner Predicts a Very Bright Future KNOWS THE LAND Man Who is in touch With Affairs Gives Optimistic Interview SENDS LEGISLATORS AT WASH- INGTON DE LUXE EDITION OF LATEST BOOK "I going to astound you by say- ing that I believe Western Canada is in a better position today than it has bren. of- the financial depression which seems tc likb drtte-'WiMs tal the lijiiotliecatkjn havo'eievators at ir Hondi to civertln -dlMppoInllnB, and they the puljllc. >buy but -do a T.-HD 6ver notes outstanding: TllQ shipments are all would gel only at the present WiHIam for export.- tfme to .satisfy .thefr demands. Dreamwold, Mass." Mr. O'Farrell is touring.the Expressmen-dcliveted parcel! He touted the west in another-.way r carcfullv and insisted on" a receipt, i bari whetl he filsl Sas" the'same lira? 500 similar parcels'ish Columbia, becoming interested m.-.. being distributed to .every one. mining operations in -that province ot the senators and to "lavr admin-1 At (hat time fcc came to istrators" as Maw miters'" I tlmately the voung men Kho.aie-to-., of Washington. It is tl-.e leat went to President So his trip ..._ Vicc-Presideiit Marshall aid still oth-i and mountain regions crs'to merafc'ers ol-the cabinet. EEchiWm.an excellent, opportunity '___j-..-.__i i.-i.i'1 j___.' un Ihp ciiii.itinn. in through contained a like.'cover done i "P situation. And Mr.. 0 Karrell. made the above; s seen 'Luie'.'. j which male him. believe1. 'The reason underlying 1 he- sa.rsr.is thai, the the. Keaeral. estate boom is past. The; real i; up -in crimson- wrkppeii And Mr.. 0 Karrell. made the up in'line tfaue piperjahil; S'5s tnr he has most expcnsivelv prepared j which male him. be edition oi a book dxprtss at the capital to- every brr ol .ttie senate and house. A forewoi J in the" Look" showed that Lawson special j edition of copies 'oi and estimated their cost a' volume1. It probably invohes an ev- ate manwho has bcon livir.g '.olt hCDra ls becoming a the book That is the Irest sija the pres- t J10. atent limes. -.-The ban_S wanted. the hypothecation I There, various it. penditure oi somewhere around. of- the, bonds, TVbieb are l.s- com'e in the" scope ot cover capilal expenditure, to -protect.-them on lent on-cur- [iu Southcrn Aibcrla rent nrcoiinr.' althnuph rnn> n. ._ __ __, _i ol the plant. The old telephones will j lion bushels lying in granaries' await- be pl.acad In stock :to' b'e uced clEC-ilns cars and with a continuance, of where in.the province. (Continued on Citizens' Present Departing Sur- geon With Magnificent Sil- ver- Deeply'Regrelted The following bills w ond.-ilmc Mutual-Henrft Society ot Workers; Canadian read a B 1885-1913. These figures, inscribed on a solid silver hand engraved tea service, pre- sented by the c-Mlte'ns" oj '.Lclhbtidge to Dr. F. H. Mewburn ate the eteal- Ml tribute that could he' paid the "pioneer doctor" ot Southern Alter- la. They .tell ol a lilc wirk In a new country, and they ate Interwoven with the romance and lender associ- ations with Then and '.vyqmcn who kr.ow n man [or.what he rcully Is, Cluhliand kr.owitig, have approved. .TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS'' Five people we're killed near Mon- treal yesterday, the rig in whlch'they farmlng and "otheV con- 000. ihese ail rent although taxes are com inp in every and osfore the end of October the should he prac- tically wiped out wUh Ihe current taxes, which will -have hcen paltl in "by tbat lime. bank "going a little too far.'thls said one TheJdcal is being off, because the council feels It would 6e tied hand and tenni of rhe.bahk were accepted. -At present-the-binlt-hfip hypothecated all the'city's-bonds, .but the last issue of coun- cil, refuses to allow thew.-too, to go Into Uie meHitig pot. They believe the of-the banlc IB hurtlnj the city's credit. were driving being struck bf- a, 'C. I Meanvhllft the tone of the, market P. K. .pilot engine, the showing slronger-and several. In- Mr. and Mrs. Hormidas Allaire, 'qwlriea have come 1n, leading the coun- frid Lortle and Victoria helleve that, within a rouple of Lortle. War "clouds darken the horizon ngfJrt, further- trouble In the Balkans and Japan is said to havo ultimatum (o China. first boat to ama was the lug boat Gatum, 'which shlrpcd through the Galum locjks'and on Gatum The new Wilton tariff will'-likely be, reiiorled to the house on Monday. It is understood that the countervail- ing duly will prevail on wheat. The wool tariff becomes effective Jan, There no session of the- Sul< zer impeachment court today. Thei review of llelfact'volun- vpcopleUraeeine they grow good wheat And so' they, do. A'fine hard wheat but alone it dees not make high-class ir.y. There must be. a Mending, and inasmuch aE the bis SOOO-barreT mills have :io draTT on many centres tor vrheatf. MT. Hastings things It good poHcy{ to keep the roJJJs east "With the development of the country, of this may all.change, but for pfrsept he the eastern, mill Is on' page lOi weeks a very good deal can be made, j _ ______________ ______ Howricss Improument Company; The presentation. was made m the lccril fo. Kjng corson's array took BdwhW floll and' Co'.uitry Cluh library at nr. Onlbraith s residence flrcat West Club; Club A crowd of -spec- 'City yesterday afternoon; at five o clock, in (nc t (Jlub Koltis the presence ot a number of the old- George and -t tr-.t.. n1 Country Club Village' of IVabatmtn timers and Intimate o! Churchill 'were -in conference over the- situation in UUter, THE MOUNT TEMPLE Doctor, including J. Htglnhotham, DC. Stanley presented a petition K. Nf. Hig.nb.otham, Oalbtaith, apectinX town of High llKciy T. D, Kevin, Dr. __ __ which is seeking; power to issue LalTcrly, tt. A. Buchanan. jtontrpa, Sept -h' Mount an received been tloatei To Inco'fporato the St. Hilda's Col- To amend the act the Co. Mr. Mlchcnn Ii3s .given notice that on .TutsdaV next lie will a'k I'KS- tlons relating; to tho issue ol trr-as- my.notes ami bonded indebtedness ol orovince. the dcpartute turn and familr from the city, to tha breaking point. Suidentf in all waliis olllle had evinced m moment unexpected, she begiirf anxiety show'1 In some tangihlo to move. Life a groat leviathan way their appreciation of their high rcsard for the Doctor liy sometliing of nMch mlRht ijc handed