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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TWELVE^'PAGteB Lethbrid^e, Alberta. Saturday, April 5, 1913 PRICE-FIVE CENTS Number 97 WELCOME PREMIER SIFTON, ALBERTA^S BOOSTER, NEXT THURSDAY OF m m KICKING HbRSE TUNNEL BUT BEGINNING OF ONE OF . GREATEST OF DEVELOPMENT POLICIES IN HISTORY OF THE RAILWAY WORLD Winnipeg, Apiil' 5.-The Canadian Pacific railway has tloci tied on a ssc-Onct tunnel itt'"'the -western moun- as laii conimecoe is conce'riied: The company proposes-to. have .three and IJossibly {our dmtinci)' lines froni Win- tains. This .tunnel will be sixteen nipeg to the coastv ;The, first will be miles-long,'tho.longest in the worldi the, present main lino.'The second being nearly four miles longer tiian 4*he famous' Simplton pass in the Alps, and nearly twice as long a^i the I^otcshbeK tunnel opened last year. The new tunnel will be through the famous Kicking Horse pass of will be the new-cut-^oft via Souris, the third Will bp. through Saskatoon, Sask., and Edmonton^; through one of the northern pass,es in the competitive territory of � the iiorthland, and on anotthernPaciflc coast port. ,thc: Rocky Mountains. The eastarn The. Soo line will .likely be run sto '�portalvwjll, be .in'Alberta, and the Nelson over regular C. P., R. tracks ;:w,estern' portal 'invBritish Oolumbia. i and then diverted to. Portland to (3areful.^ comjiutations indicate that catch the fast � through freight � be-the work will cost lid,000,000 ind tween Canadian and American prai--Wlll occupy, seven years. In construct-Ixics and'the fruit lands of the south, mg^ This is iia'^ed on the dates re- \ Improvement now under way and D'qUiied from .construction records of ;.proposed, will jnean. � a; G.P..H. line ;:th6.-flve .Inrgo.'Alpine, -tuniiols. The ;� shorter..than any �other-' transconti-; itunneT, like.v.that^at the Selkirk range Inental in Ainerica . by 300 miles, �.'through Rogers pas^, will reduce the i Grades and curves will, be better ;>ttackage:by five miles,, and will do ! than on any American road, and tlie : 'away -with hiariy^'hiiics^o company looks" tb ddVelopo the west- snow sheds Gr.ti(ies'Vin lie reduced [ em outlet to Europe^and' the*Orient. ftom two and a half per cent, to less ithan one per cent. The Canadian Pacific has , an et'en greater plan Complete eleotrification'.iof the .Rocky mountain division' has practically been decided upon.; This.'will' mean,.a afoot than this and that is tp ehp- saving of two-thirds m the cost of mate-the! Rookj'; mountains .so far fuel; Liberal-Labor Candidate \fh6 will cairry; the Gityiof Lethbridge ^qr'Progress;,'>' � - '; wmm /v.. MEr.teKOEj^GBN];US HAS l^nE^TED SYSTEM 10F> PROTECTION FROM �: All\ 6OMBS if ., XiOndon, April s;-The Stan- ? > dai*d^.sayS'yia,t"bV a- jealously ? ? guarded 'Betjfet ^invention, the ? > British ta-yy is helievSd to be ? > protected against awial attack. * ? Tb.* Inventor, Aithur Jenkins, ? ? Bii Engii^hman;'' told a Stan- air crsifr dropping'bombs upon ? waMhlps. --''jEie'has been in ? 0(>iiamunlo%tlda= with'�Wlnstott >' > Oiiur , !Mr. Jenlcins say'g he has not - > ap-^roaohed-tlfe sul^Ject from a * Viewpoint ^oi finaiiclal gain, s "a', patriotic Engliali-JD PRESENTS A BjaSY SCENJE-LOTS OF GOOD' , SEED JN-COUNTRY 'Although only tour day's i.hato elapsed,� since All .Fool's D^y the farmers are hard at spring,'seeding' operations. In: their opinion' there,|is nothing of the fool about this wea- RKING Cardst&n Is-pr^SBnce 0*'**" l0r, an/o jpamed TJ^y- ? � e "Borden > is t^actr 'M ana'^*"m i�> , KfevaWacks-^n^theii-eputatloijs .o�','bifieraISj>;(and the'i'propagat-J^fv fn^Sbr the- siahder^|s6 Indus-Itjdally, propagated :l5y s the; Gal->5�(.i:garyr:.;:.Herai,[Ii;j:Taylor'=';' 'ments, one oftheih askljjjf,Mm �^ ^dlBtinct^tt^tn-''if]i^ iiiter,-mlttent Morse ; coBe,"' Cf'^iA/ ?5Knil causes contractB to'-he^idad^^A^o''^^'^^^-oally in the reoeWjnir'iflrfilp.'^^Vliloh works -an eleotrlcai'^toelte-an'B^'.thus dra'WB 'the attentloaf'bf'-ffiie'W^atoif. ---------VSI^tuV^e en- ty miles, hut lt.sh*8'^p>y%iDeen m tb actual B�tv%ia||!jie^~pf Should'the/recelTlng; gaged r the contlnuo^is"' out the Morse'sign The system Ib lal^eade^^ tive. within ,a radfjitool^ thirty f MAN WHO STOLE HAMMER'S TEAM OF MUtB^ Gl6fe'"'.T0 EDMQNTON-^HE SEEMS-TO-HAVE PROPENSITY' FORf- ther. While it has generally been't|^> somethin'gf to do-with grazing ? stated that seeding would-start .;Ott''- "----------^ -  Monday, it is' learned that therte t j| already ''.seed in the ground. AtXttie .'Experimental . Parm ,'a start .*'j^s made yesterday,afternoon, and.^odai^^ the drill was going the , whole %ayj long. J. Dixon spent a couple of days^'i^i^ the Sundial district ttis, weeki among? what he considers .the :besfc';. falrmqrs ,ln= SiButlierp Alberta. J Nearly :5cvery farmer is: on the- landi-.and. bynext; week seeding willj.lie "general.:: noj?fch| of the river. . '' In fact, it may be said that Seed^ ing will be general 'in Southern VAlr berta next week. From Cardston, Taber, Grassy Lake, Macleod- and Carmangay come the j same-; optlniis4 tic reports of, seeding' conditi6n^,jHnd'i the outlooks is as hfigh ae-tlyiiparti of the west has ever experieijced , The amount of winter ^heatjthis year will not be so large a P^jC^On-tage of iihe whole crop as -in * othdr years. This does not mean th?t'there is a less acreage of winter whealr,'t6R from Lethbrldge south th8r&v',�ro soma.-,ofw'tl^e:: flnest.wfleldS;:.,i^^ wh^at eyer seen During, the �jrarUi weather early in MiircK''the'(Vflr^ter;! wheat made a start on its spiii-j^ growth, but had not advanoed."" fkevore �w;eather '-which fgllawed. " - ' Same as 'Last'. Year ' j/^,^ \^ ,,, Speaking!;of ,seediug^;:'conditiong�..:^ito^ the T^eFa{d''thj's morning W. H'. fih^ field," of, the B?cperimental,5;�ttpi.'', s^i,d,i 'uSoil conditions W. vbrjrjilfivj ilar- to ^lasfc spring, with abduV.-^itiP same,, ampuufc of Inoistufe''{n.-,^(.,fho ground.- - / ^, " "The faimerif are in better Shave for .seedingi-tlis-'spring .;thali'Uast#A large acreage ^yas summcrtallp^^cd last summer, while -the amoU(;t., ot fall-plowing was much latger 'th'-u usual.' This _gives 4hem a'big ''jid- -'lri>tlie Dla'lrffttis'C;j|iirf lasit'TueBflfiy,' '�9^^^^ oii;feW|ng\if tieiani=oC,'inul||| n ve^lclg ^Ti|jh|rtt^B^,'>as"todpy Ben-j' tenoecl 'oy JudS6'l^il\ter ,toithree years In the Ed'raottVHlve'W. * T In 'passing aoiit^noe ^liS; Honor ^jre-, ^ taftrkg4 that,.il^sjbb^ had .be'en; pej'ved]' * Very Iftiilentljj; oi|';lU| l*Bt'ottense of, a) ' ^Injlla^ nalnir&'orC'pl^Johf occaDiqn.bS; ' BftB given; BlxmoHlffe Jn^yie'^lij^f^vlril ,tence,'i?ha�th6cau�e?pDbt>.Wk8%hom#J pi u  I tu It J^. iKiv\\ iiiob %.in/i I&. I 111 judEC, uiotfiNc rhai it^ uioncujiH (. w^iUd (.ure ipn of hl^ doalre to pr'i| ib'i'- o iiti 1 oplfx 1pI0T�lC^, ml .^1 glii; vUUi 'Imc Pin hU 'luii tQ holl h' \ h(.pioV I w i h.ih (iii clop d ho | Vei Uii Rolib ubLaiiLi ' hib 1. n ' 'kroHrU'iir iAlA'"iie�ii>&B ,'nlu iit.iUL Uint, 1-0 Ulo uti land \ deliberately -pjannbd- ja'nd darried quit ,th� 'tU^,�f of &-t^q.rig.'pttdvL\4n, hai'- ihc property t)ut,almp;r d I bo/eiM 'prnnuiiKi'-i>iLiiii(.B ts Mli or I'usbdn^ lit" { jn III lili-r,of' , , , , gqod-s^ed-in'Southern AibetteifThl ?.' fact that thiEi pat't of ~ the ar )j .we >^ tliW; seedlin 'a.irrOl'aises i^qlji'grain." p^re/th'i8'"BTpriijg?'t&?j.80e,- w^iefli .^^ them,**"'^-'-^'"''--- ' � iv bij! DIED AT ALGIERS {lands and leases,, and. one of ftt;.,^^ favorite games la the in- v, %'ffefeBtrof ^"tose wlio vote for^the Ban- ? ,'iiettpMIcIiener candidate are, ? ;.J;;,;c'of. coure'e, to get the : flrst-^ : ? very first-chance at locating.- : ? T^his^Taylor is one of the of-' :^li.t.enBiYe ty.pe of men who oeca-:. : snag.' - ' > ' .He,uses the C. P. R. coach-' > ^� es ' '(without permission) forr > .fe-qainpaigiiing purposes, and the ? ,^_____^.j^^f^he; Sifton-:Vgovernment !^,t,ThVbluff was called...... ' ? -^'No^.only was $50 i)ut up, hut ��> I'i'h- sixiiiimes'.that amount'jvas: pro-'ii'^^ -duced quicker that the''"dazed , Sj : notf ido It on ih�,.irain?v:'!iut.:v * '&^,his;ji!^t.,,,....., , .-'�'^ ' ^ Herald likes' a fair ''^ and; is ,.conyl")�o^di;,dhJ^^f mantis not 'wqj*Wn^�-vylth"the,^west.' ofi.-tbwn', and upon visit--ing"; th6;-7localityi the qiltter'djsoover-4(1 the bofiy of a man lying on the 'C*'P."R.r"fack close to the'rails. Dfs- .Ross-.'-and Connolly were-sum-moned'jand.va-jhasty examination- dis^: 'CWsedfl'ifwo-sbullet wounds, in the* br^ast':^'' The wounded man was con-.*^yeUiJt6V..the hospital by the ambul-'anc&'so^r.ps,':and'ja further -examma-taons made jr. but 1 m his weakened- condition''it'was deemed unwise to "probe 'for,, th'a'^'bullets. ."This afternoon Dr. .;Iioss'*madeta. more minute '.examina-i^t^on-riofctlie pat/eat and found that 6rawi on the .ra'ils rife that'a.pai?'smg train would finisK the jobf/Vt.-/ - � ' i. �,2^un^iii{)-:::boafded ;;lh!: ;v Little;S.'atal5fi ajid'ha'd^fieen^acting 'queerly'"foE" sortie : daysv.',,j|re;j apiieared. � despondent - over the,, actions, of.'a^, brother- Two brothers "ware forfherly 'pairtners in' , al dairy ibnsiness,''at Bellevue, But" Ha'i sol3, dut. Some 'little time ago- -he -adyanc^diia surtiiolvnnlonBy--:^ thefX;v/hoi..gaTci';.oiit Ath'ati;he iiiten^cd visitin'g^thp old country", but instead' :,o'f  ;.doing::.s^ �;cro3S0d; the- -bty dej. ' into 'l|'nclrSam's domains,with: a>;-womaii^ for dlcompnion. The wounded riians 1^ "aled about 32 years and is single. The "cliancos fot lus'recovery from :iliey:e/iectsi'of:";his rash ac% are very Slim.;..,.,.,.- :..V;....^,. ,.�;...,,-,.�...,. ^ keep.- tl iWe-foot 'rail,- sMh^rta -hua is Hfr Bprd^&*s^'koi9lBe to e clVii; ,^e?ifeuft of B- apparen'tlr Rome, Italy, April S -Two *: liundred laborers and engiJie^^rs  workmg on the FUtk'a-%'pa85 * across the Alps, .w^re blpckEkd-' *: ed yesterday by thft^faU'df-Jaii'. avalanclio . ;near, - ' Donlodof salV *' ,Sojne of aiblci to resciue t^�^ .^..^^-j,. A, spell of cold W^'ftWismMI*;, today throughout' ^ IttilJ^,'- i'H'iY .ti fell during the night'on VesuvL^ us . r � . - and everyone else in the province at the hands ot the big railway corporations. TJie railway competition which tlie Sifton government had ad- , vanced was a great boon to the people and now tlie government was breaking the eJuvator combine and establiishing a co-operative system ol elevators -which was owned and operated by and iii the interests of the ' fanners. The.sct act-s of the government had brought down on them the wrath ot the financiers and capitalists and.the recent Farm Machinery bill also 111 the interests of the . farmer had done the same thing, yet  , for all the throats of the corpora- tions the government would not de- vi sist and appealed to the people as truly democratic and asked for pop-"'. . uiar support.. A Itoising Reception .�: Premier Sifton had a rousing rp- ] ception from the large -audience'j.loud-i .::: and piolouged cheers greeting ' bis rising to speak, lie opened with a ictercnce to the great advances In the west and in Albei^ta, particular- * SiW CAUSES AN: EMBAfiGO tlEil canadian goods ALL have to be'shipped via'chicaqo and st. pAUL- Toronto,, April 4 -Aooordmg vto word from Sudbury, an e'rabargOihas been placed on westbound, freight on the North Shore route of the\C,P.R. ^\hich will not be raised lor ten days The freight of the Ime'.of the jC.P.R-between Sudbury and.JFort WiUiam, also the freight of thle,;GJ:an,d^ T^unk, Pacific and the ^Canadian Northern are being sent by CKicago ^^and'St. Paul. The freight tiej.ti''p,'"if'fs ^said, is due to excessive snpyr^ stordi|f; and IS confined to * these tetritone^s. gSfWl$n;..afia^t%,.,, h^n0s|ly--attd! sincerely- say ,a ag4(^t'it Thi^iMvek-rfi^nt lesfelaPCl? ed for the --^..^j,-^,,- ir-ai..*. mec�,depended the stability-, of i''t^^>'; province. No othcos gQy(}rnitien^{'li ever worked so hard ih" ,the^ larnai interests. Coura'ge was heededjto' so, for-in so doing the'governnii had' faced' the 'etrenuoustoppositton the cajitalidt and fiftanci9p:s,_ Ntf er government had'ever sh'ow^"^ courage. Oile million and. a hflf^'do l^rs every year for 3;oa4s for ?iext five years is thfe �pollcywof,'-)^* government. /This 'was*air in' -'1 interests oL ike farmerj'a?.d, thtJ..^J�e settlers, coming itt> so ra^ldlySjeJ^c day, The financial p6Ucjr--of-/t)ie^g^., ernmont was\only challenged,bJ,thou who wished /ridbrje i^agnoy^^ speiitt their own contit"ueiy:ies., j.Qrji Would be^'given to'9^^$ll6^,,^ ttict. In-th'e last threejyea-r8>$,4-;Q0, 000 had beeji-. spent r^qji-telepion^y tension .and:;;in 'thejs^mat^^iPVV' system paid d^s way', andj,the,*ij^t est, and 'the 'p'o\icyXyis/;fcorcarryi) that' work" till' er\'erjf"^J"^'^"o-^'^'* Thc'.picmieif ,as4(^^tou! railway aucstiou . The, fi governmept.-gm^canteqdS^thei the - branch.nJne^b'' ^-'' panie^ had'-fo'ro to b,i�lla the ilcvLviIli. depi)( ad ri'u- 'WORST CRJMIN"AL4N/:6JJFl09P jeREREBJffiD'i^'' MANQLINC/DfeMKlibrSA^SK^^^^^ GIETX-^VS'APl D A>D W \S(:VPJlKL:bf In-'ho i.inot desMtate o^^^pi iTUt ld^ ^odajr, a sMie','�wliera 'be; '�tlipre was a J �!(. ui (r 1 iseai^ched and ^o^ts^dp ? The iiPiiLP lou, rfnm tior ji ' I 1 n \.a.}^ ittfi wli thcjail ^wlig patioUed "tcu:,^!io�em M(.^ Ho tun.. .The taluru ,11 Ln ,,,, u^lcf., .vu.i glnftuj Belt i,.ort. ot Gdirur^ Ind , ami I pi)sirii''.tfi dit LacomWtcalled bj.tbc FttaCl poime^'iThe^^'^' ' - liiB::vE|u'rpij:^^|ffl ^ ^ ^ ^.......,,.,.., ^__^, liijaetliejll^jjllp^^i^ ^lcJ.Q, hi hjui' h> 'nluici^ kjiiu Iinq ttti,p^* 'M&if?iift'&vlik''^i I� b( muidn iLi. id 1 w-o a. 10 iml 011 thj .001; * 'M-'.Tiii, I dH, I bir liuj iig 'uh ikiJJ.li,)prj t- ti 3 ud{|offlihr|^ mi 65 206 ;