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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta General Through the South Drills Conditions Were Never llclter Moist iind in Good Shape Splendid Kali'of Last Year Ue- sultcd in Preparing Much Land Huerta Saluted American Colors As. An Apology Washington, April An unofficial report ol; the .arrest or.d tubscuuenl release o! Ameri- can marines nt Tamplco was re. celvfi] today by Secretary Dan- iels, who forwarded it to.l'resi- d-nl at White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. Resr-Admiral -Mayo, retorted that after tho marine were re- leased, upon, his demand, gave tho Iluerta commander twenty- lour hours to salute the Ameri- can colors :is an apcAosy- The time esp'lrcd at sU o'clock last night. The. report received to- day dlil not say whether the de- raond had been comulled with, hut Secretary Ds'ilels Interpreted a. press despatch. Faying that the Mexican commander had an; ologlsed as meaning that he Imd compiled "with the demand. BOARD OF HEALTH AGAINST COMPULSORY VACCINATION! Commissioner Tracy Makes Matter an Issus in Case of His Own Children Attending the City- Schools and Wins Out in Fight Against Compu'sory Method-Health Board Turns Down Recommendation of Health Officer-May ba Change in Provincial law i Trades Council Gives Hint of Action it has been troasht lo our altflitlou that the t'ity ComniiFsinners are contemplating a oneiuan car To bo vaccinated or not io be not be vanriatcJ. ciliated, (hat Is tho ijueaiion upper-i ed ;i doctor's mosl in thu minds of the mi-rr.bers oC the school board, Ihc iloaid ot llenllh and seveial nroiniurjnt cHut'iif. Tho mailer has been before thc-sc lie EFC'.ir-jlhQ majority of the of Health that I that the chi.irr.ian of t'...' of were not in a fit i.h1 sk-nl coudlllon I lli-altii should "-rlllirates lo be vaccinated. tills j (uovldlng for the wiiii.tion of Mr. lion ost-irtd. he another frcni' Trac-y'j children from vacohui'iun lot the same doctor. lie ibctor I tniw months." KING GUSTAVE CONVALESCING Acreage Will He Heavier und llusltel Crop Predicted bodies for several months. the no reason why should noM.e j wa School Act savs that :i child must be vaccinate! this and refuse.! lojlliu in..............._.- In order to attend school, grar.l ttie certificate. One wan ob-jlt devolved larwly into a .juc-aio.., a, and It also says thai every normal' talned from ILOII..T dovtor. but the to bother or not vacclaatlon waf ad- child shall attend I, vro-! Medical Health refused lopisaMc. the Medical v dls from valuation if a It. and was that the ground thai it was. Tnc other child U not in a fit condition the children wcin not alloivid m ot the I oard ;-M Just to warrant the. operation. A dcc-to-, school: v about, the advisability or valuei certificate to this effect t-rmlOej es- Mr. Tracy went I., with of vaccination, but were our, tor bat it must Ms grievance, and that that It, matter Hio.hl ne 'be crmnt.rslsnicl bv the local medical the chairman of the llojid of Hwllh. j marfe oj.lional lor ilios. who ha.l (on- health officer. :as wt'-' as thc >'-1'-0-. co'aW counter-1 sclvutious scrui.Us aealiift It. we do no! consider tl-e to hi? for the 1 :Sl interOEts of tlie nr.d that it- would ho dan- to and vehitu- lar traffic: and. "Whereas, we consider tlial it Is r-oor fcononn' the part of :re was .1 warm dlsvusHoi: over ip.ttrr at the lioard mettinn. 'nut Thi .'SoiUhein Albctta to- Stockholm, Sweden. April ll.-Knr-' tetmahivl ,hat Ms chi-.dren tber progress toward convalescence was announced in Ihc surgeon's but leaiui oiiict-i. Tracy 1ms cens-iui-' sign the certificate, and was assured tlous scruples against vaccination., would lelln regarding tho condition of Kins of Sweden, Issued today from the Souhla Hospital, where his Ma- in lllv UEill is was operated on for nlceratfon iiiinlBs'tho'iaH "UP into th.e of tlio 6tomuch_onTltnHdar. mrniv soil In a rrvicvv ol thr. vati- 1 twt stand, out bold- 1 BA06AOE Iv that .-ceding conditions CAUSED at EXPLOSION Iho ntcscnt Urcc. 1'iior to a wrck or I New Vork.'April Vasaengers on to ago wlirn (he. countty was lu tho the steamship Vanban, auproachlus JiriD Va cold snap, there were inany Xew York early today were aroused fnstanct-s of seeding in isolated dis- off Sandy Hook by an explosion In Uriels, hul with the Sne warm wfa- tha steerage. Hre fortowed the ei- .ihcr of tlio past lew days, ol'cratious _ plosion, but was Quickly have become quilo general. PREPAUEU KAHI.V Last, fall was 'extremely open, Investigation aho'iVed 'that a Syrian rifling llic a fellowlmml grant __________ _. .1 had opened a-.box o! cartrldt 'lhe farmers Uiok advantage ol this ea, In so doing set thsra off ill opportunity to'prepare their land for was badly burned. early 'seeding. White the acreage in some, districts is Increased lie mle is. riot looic, liul {ivalioa. This .will mean that the will be-heavier-than last year, (5r -acre will hq.iu- creased in- ditcct uccord- ing: to experts, in .the. increase in .tliorb'-sh and scientific preparation of ,the soil. --PHKDICT CHOP crop'in' amounlcd tu Bb'ouf 'bushels, anil tlje jip acrMgc-and .IboioUKV.'.UlU age shbuld'hrin'n it close io the UOOlOOO mark this year.' 'MOISTURE- PI.EXTim, Moisture seems to he. plentiful in i- il.e Herald. The blanket'of mow l-hat fell a few the ralr.s.sir.ce. then, liavo" been, general throughout .the s-outh. the snow wc-nt away under ihe most [avorablc. and practically-all absorbed into the toil. Tho precipitation' rantk at the experimental farm.is about 4 inches. EASTER BRINGS PEACE IN THE SQUABBLES OVER CARDS- TON onTu rnnn BUlii (jUUL) Who lectures toniorrow.'Xfternoon. CanUlon, Alia., April ton's post office squabble is all sct- flrd ar.d His Majesty's civil servants h hite vaccluatlcm for those who had scruples against it. M Tracy reluvnciK to the city, sought the chairman of; tin- Ucard of Health, and the certificate, v.-as countersigned, the ttm children arc back at scliool without beins vaecin- ntcd. The matter came ni> before tho meeting o'. the School Hoard this week, hilt only Jor informal discus- sion. It came on IhmBday afteraoon. at the moniiily ir-cellng of 1 the'Board of Uea'.th. Tlie members of the Hoard arc with .Mr. Tracy on the matter, hut the Medical .'Officer and the Actint; Medical Health I Officer are both .sti'or-.cly the DII WON, action'. ThlE resolution, monthly meeting Health 6n-Tliursda TESTS MADE SHOW ALL PURE EXCEPT THAT FROM ONE WELL AND IT WAS CONDEMNED lias LCfn jjaiim-u with wood-.'by Jlr. Held, thrL ._ Work rcahocany and presents u very .j clejn, tiily appearance. John whoj.as been riding WEATHER post- master sir.cc S. lifach left _ fiji the coast, lias resigned ironi the V olficc. ar.d H. nnrlon his taken hi.s There been to a general consensus oi opinion Lethhii'lsc water way be as clear as mild, bul it h pure, nevertheless. An inteiestini; test i.iaile this v.-eeV hy Churr.ii wlio is a hactcr- at liicl ol experience, i; the Bor.rd of A c.we'of typhoid ilevclopesi on dlfeiioECH of the; the iiivcr same days anil .n'eut- Dr. Thompson, the ailine. Medical r' Harrlie, seconded Ileallh Officer, orilcicd an iiivestipa- it is the opinion of lion. Tests oi ll.c water iruu two v -t- {he river iveri1. made.-Tiic water from :thr. well supplying tho cor.suiner who liad typlioitl showed chloriiles, P_ small colony uf colon rouc ill i, a'-othcr col- always have" sorhins Interest in the-vroalher for Kaeter Sunday. Spring oon- contem- j.latc the-oe ctiHr.ge-r, as it injure business generally through the lading of a large amount of money out of circulation: and, we. the delegates of the Trades and U-ihor Council as- that it is an ir.- dult to organized labor to as'K ono man lo do two men's work; be it therefore. "Resolved, that if tlje Commis- sioners furor this one-man one- car system, that ne will fight it lo a finish, going even so far AS to adopt the recall, and to in- struct tlie members of all Ihc bod- ies affiliated with Ihc LethbiidgcJ Trades and Labor Council to ci.-.se their jialronaga of the cars .luring tills and further ho it "lie-solved, that we consider Ihnt it Is false economy to off men wlio arc paid the handsome, sum of twenty-five cents- an "hour when wo have a highly-paid com- mlssioner c-nlicing men to come lo ihls city." This is the reFolution-passed at the special meeting bf'the Trades aud Labnr Council, held on Thurs- day night at the "Labor Temple.' and it hints rather-strongly at' development shoulii the one-man c-ar crew he adopted.- Lcthbridgc I'ir.st Cnnadian Cilj- to Undertake Such a Project Layn-.cn of Jinny Churches Aro Behind Movement Which Slarfs Today Will Mean Much AuVerlising Splendid Character for Leihb ridge First Advertisement Appears Today and Everybody Goes to Church Tomorrow only oi suspicious niicro-or- gauisms not identified, and iui loeocc'i and ir.ciiu, all .having.1 arisen nets..of the laical node do nut -sswasc-tn the water, um'cc Ihsn John UaviEon. .runs are iorry, he is'leaving Ion ]'s not the work. His rat- -ff ine is that ol .one. oi moshcfnci-, fnt office men in the province alid the. excellent' tenit-e that C'ardston has Deceived in Ihc past is cn'su'rr.-i ibr the 'fulure. Mrs. DaKFon has alro resign- cd lier position oi assistant nnd.Miss IJ. Coombs is helping Mr. liuilon. .-r 'o Tiiere.fore -Ihe. ladles of wIVi'ba please! to learn that, while.the Weather- .nia'n has sent in liaris of JlanitobA and Saskatchewan, bu-'.has prescribed for" Knster Sunday In Alicrta: "Fine- and milder Saturday and Ff ff .cat'ng'ils presence. rrhc coutents ol the oliier well was praclicallT.iiiire, anil the Ironi the river was also free Iron'! clilocitos anrl bacilli oi a rlangeroi's character.- Tests1 of the water used in j city marJc-lrom lime, iu I Uime by -Pr; Ijy orrtcf ol-tte. wiard oi health.'" i The cenlamiii'atcd "well was con- dcmnfa and. ordered filled in. 'THE GARDEN THAT IS TO BE A movement that will rereg- as an epoch malrias evtnt is heing. launched in today's usn? ol the Herald, and the cnlcrpriEe will no doubt- meet, with the. approval and operation of citizens who waat to make I.othbriilge a good plnce in to IUe. and who want to cre- ,-ito favorable impression our city in1 the minds at outsiders. We refer (o the action of a body of !aj-- inen of the. city who have decided that modern publicity can bri. mado tine oi the most fruitful methods o! the work ol the church, and who inserted first ol a series of paid advertisements in. .to- day's issue. These-men havn. urder- the work v.'ilh a great- deal ol enthusiasm and earnestness, when thoughtful people iccognkc the lact that they have Ire most importgnt in the universe- to tell, and that they represent .an Institution that has made is making good, we that this'pub- licity will he'followed with a" great' movement to re-populate "Palestine with Jews CANADA FIGURES PANAMA IN TOLLS CASE bighesl'-at "this season for-many year.' The soil is snft and ruellov.', as most of the. grmmrA tiat.v.lll. hu town was already prepared when the moisluto came, ami the result is u need bed thaC has not been equalled Jor yeats, so Uiat II tho urope-r meth- nds arc employed from now on, Sou- thern Alberta at, least should he hlesscd with a wonderful crop. The Jollowlng-statements were gathered tiy.tte. Herald, ana cover pretty well the enUto south. OS HAST NK. 1'iber, April has not started here, as It is lelt the grown1-is not suulcient.y warmed. Hie. district to the nortti is; in belter shape as regards raoist'jre. 1han It haa been for years.'Tho south uhieh was so extremely dry hx taking, acton in conr.cc last veir has enough moisture to "on with the nassaec of United State Blatl' the crop olT in good shape, j vessels through Her cnnals. fjnr.cra are looking lor better re- During Premier ,Hordcn s rcccr lurna this year: The acreage will be visit here, It is said this subject wa than, last year, but the yields will more than malic up for.the dol i-rtasc as a great, deal mote land was SENSATION BLOWS U plowed last (all, and the soil is in i Toronto, April much better tilth. There is practical- at tho City Hall'loJiiy wore emphatic If r.o winter H-IIMJ, in this- parl.oi In Ihe.ir declarations .'thai, tr.ero Iho country. Seeding will ho in full no "short.iEe" nl tii'any :of If Exemption Is Not Repealed Canada Mljht Retaliate1 Crippling U.S.1 on Lakes Washington, D.C.; April It was learned from a source' close to' the Preeident that one of the chief rea sons for his launching of the.Panama tolls question ai.thiB session1 ol Con gress was' on ace.ount tif Intlniallons tUtt In the event that the exemption to United 'states, coastwise, .vessels was to prevail, Canada mlgh i.wing ncit nosv April ll.-Recding i rations.ate a trifle backward. The In tho treasury "at Iho llmo jiroufid iV frrie shape, with plenty that Mayor Hockoii 'snccecde.d on" the? i.l imiislure.' More summer fallowing civic funds, as snggeEled Intone .of tho morning In regard lo the rionc last (all.llian evcr.hefpte. l'ros-1 jecl.i ior a crop are excellent. Acreme Is acout Ihc. same as last ear. Tliere is great husin.css activ- lly hers." The ne'iv brick company bulldinjt'on Thursday, ami will rush llielr plant, lc com- lilcllrm. residences nre. altr, being biiiH.'and Iherc is a gen- eral :eeling prosperity. OS C'AKD'aTOS I.1XU Hiiymonil. April ll.-Kfeding is ofl .........i G. .pity And Itor Slorllng tualMhero liabilities, .but-no. shorngcs: that there, had bocri no mls'a-pprotrl.i. tlon of and that tbo city's moa- or hid been mfesuarded (it.all limes. 'The "World" Ihls morniiii' clalmod there w-as a bis shortage. In start lure, Ihc -ery hejt .of condition. mini rnostly w bu I- MOST AU3TSALIAN3 FAVOR-HOME. RULE Sydney, Aualrnlla, April Sydney Herald quolea Premier As- Hi's offer, which, in Us opinion, ma "to glyo Iho Unionist? ail they reasonably .ttielr ro- SEW l itfl conduct pr tiuklnx a tolal acrfase of 3000. dlffiei. farmers are incieasing their ntet ducos- fields In n-cor.wleuble. extent, ar.rt This roineaonW Ihe aUlludo (ConHnwd'on I'agc of p Second Vice-Presidtnl' of- tht Etfuotional Aiioelltiori ALBERTA TEACHERS. WILL INVADE THE'- CITY NEXT WEEK 11C1LV Ulll lit rt gunk deal of interest riot "only rens- ijf but by fittire outtfal ing tVcT'ciiiirafics iy io pay for impressing, the publi'c, tile ideals and mission Jor which the church ein'sls. The idea of promoting the "wotk qi tl'.e church by advertising '.is .3 new one, and Letli- hridge is makiris history tfniay, hot onlj Hor this city, but for the. Ho- minion: of C-anarla in being the. first city in Canada to rroinoio a Reli- gious Advertising campaign by' means, of paid display advertisements, we hope lhat- every citizen, young "anil old, will- read and digest the first ad. that appears on another issue. Tl.c ihcn who first conceived 'the idea of eslejiding the the cliurdi in (his way lo all' who do; not. recogiiiic the value ol. coming direct- ly uniler Ihc influence ot the'church, wero inspiied by a misslor.BTy.mo- tive. .These men- have recognized tngt what Christianity most needs Is' ade- quate, nublicitr, and lhal the, eisieatr rjuiclfcsl and bhortest route fo reac.ht the people is through the being recognized, thai, .Vrhn can-read atiything reads trie- ne-ws- rpaper.anil so Hie men ol this city, who and some of the most noted, ed.uca P? ors on the continent will: be., m. {a plain tendar.cc. Mayor Hardie- J-: I ono 4nd )llsintolhain, chairman ol the school, board, will elve adriressei: oi H. wju ,tat this' ccme. and Hon. l-oily o[ men in Lclhhridge tcr of hilueaticn. will nddross the; ia this fcity. dclegales ot. Tut-sday. The sessions c( thenl 3EC blljttMS will continue for Ihrej (lays, and dur-; linoerstaod ing this time many interesting dresses will be taEiness houscs .'-built On Tuesday i.ight a special program- olitical lllw wih-viti will ic eivcn. locaHalent rontr.but- j( hale On Wednesday; night there will 6e ls rot io social cvenng atter the.rcgUlar Ees- ,hnt on< i1lo itl. sion. when the delegjtrs. will adjourn t-lSmai or regaruirig Ihr. In (he Central school, auilltonurn Irora-every .-corner1 ol the province, lo about will gather at Wcslfy Ilall here m Tuesday icorning.riest.'at 10.30 ii the ll-.c F.fih Annual Convention' oi Allerti Urjucat'ional ASEOcIalloii: The meeting will lie. an a'lsp'icious .event. thai a catrt announcing- (hvrcli services is not "The Church." Khalevcr rcligicvs art-' has licen done until cxpcii- anrl advertising men 1 j promoted this r.ew idea, has heen ad- "A Church" r.r '.'The i Churches." 'I'lie reader -will readily- i that there is a fine dis-. itiiieiiun iietwern "Ihc" and "The Church" as. Glulrinar.'s Seolt. Vocal "A .Devclormcnl I'oltcy fncw, fahus for AlLcria." -lai. linloilson, isj., C'.M.O., 1..I..U.. (leo. E..1 A." I'iaro Copybr-a... Vocal ftilnra' Alalc1 Choir. (lorj Save the King'.'.'' Dr. A. Melville H.coili H.A. Ph'.D., a cooperative iiiiiennletiilrnl ot tlic-Ulgarj-schools, mOTerncrit jn which oil will preside. ATTEMPTED DOUBLEMURDER Dilhllh, Minn., Aplli U.--C. 'P. ler shot Miicd'his Mrs. Mary Ixiwler, wldov .qf'Msrtin In an hotel, ar.rl slight wound upon liirr.ielf. tn ah successful attempt at ojrly The woman died several hours after the. shooting.. l.iwicr arrested find chargGd-wilh Litir the first denroc.-'- institution. In tindertaBini; lo arlver- tise "The .Ihc reader' will co-operative churches