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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VL XWiiiVJS PAGES - - ......V .. , /-.- --:-,....11 1 �rr.-iai..,,..>.5..yrt.,-i>.--r^-i~--=---1-^---l-^is: Lethbrj[ ' : Mr; Michener . himself has � never claimed more than twenty^^ seats, and luen who travel lip and down the province do ntJt c;onccde more than fifteen seats with the: best of luck. �In. Southern Alberta^ the Liberal' urc'positively sure ok' Little Bow, Nanton, Olaresholm, Macleod, Pinch-er Greek, Cardston and Taber. In High River there is a strenuous �fight with the Conservative candidats havuig'thc advantage of a prolonged canvas, but the Liberals are hopeliiV that the onco safe seat will return .to its former strength and High Riv- er as a result may be placed in the .doubtful lis'^. Okbtoks has lonff^b'o?n considered a safe Tory seat, but George Hoadley in fighting for his life and the Liberals are AVilling to placfi money on J. A. Turner, who has proved himsell a strong candidate.  Okotoks can safely be djBclared doubtful until the last poll is heard, from-:� The man who wina will not^have,more than tw'en-i^ljyrfive. (naiorjty; � ' , � "  MINER CRUSHED .> : TO DEATH ? ? ? ? I'Ternle, B.C., Aprjl 14.:-Jn,a. ? oave-ln In No;� liNorth, of tlie ? Coal Creek mtnoft � of the ? Crow'B Neet Pass ,Coal Go.,,a ? miner , named 'Paul , Mercer, }> was crushed to death, at aibout ^� one o'clock this m'frming.* 4 He was a Slavonian *y birth and was about thir'ty-tlii-ee 't* years of age, and a resident of 'if Fernle. ? V >>:> ? : > > ? * BOUGHT HOOSE \m m. BROAD MR. O. T. LATHROP BOUGHT FINE PROPERTY WHICH HE WILL MAKE HOME A really deal was concluded tins morning whereby 0. T. Lathrop becomes the owner of a modern house on Rood fit., (6tli Ave.. A.', S.) The property was purchased from Ei-T. Broail, the contractor, and consists of three lols on Reed St- The price paid was in. excess of $10,000, Mr. Lathrop titatcs, that hp intends to t'ceub & bara on the rear'of the property which will accommodate a carload of horses. He is engaging. i,e5c-tensively in mixed farming; and is handling a large number of horses iu the business. ? Dr. W. J. Roche, Minister of ? >� tile Interior, will sail from J* ? New. York,, on the steamer, ? ? Olympic, on May 3,.to spend ? ? some time Ih. �Etagland, looking � ? ? into, the immigration wofk o� > ? : * ^�stM gave- ou^.'tho foUowiiig^'statement to-' P M^f^i-dSy: 4i*'g'illness\,t.'the Pope is J l.MpAK I > +,T,inp-'its noinnal course The now ttiing its noirittal course.' Tta? patient was'much'Bttpr-during _ -the :slig;htiy.>-lf ;it iS':|6Bii^W Pope^jBuSialib'i^ionoW; the .oraersvbf rthfe niedicaliiiiiiivisers -the- aweUoratlbn- iii his condition'will- biling-TJifi'th-- itAaixei. vi,val, of strongtlr; In;;d(;her-'worisi the recovery ot.th4.'P-6pe'^sbh'iRfly-.in;his own hands.: The Pop.e.is almost'difficult patient to de^l;';iV,i^)i,';�while.apparently giving m tp-'the.rcooriimen-! dations of liisphysiQi^ni-the moment ho feels slightly" beti^^,t insf^ts 6fi haying his own wayi'v'saying � ''J command here." v !,>-',.' rv^.-Tf-The clearing up of the,?(v*eatKer,\is taken as a hopeful,Vauguryfor^'recovery of the PopeCFtrthor} jp^ijolin-, the Bope!s .-nophew;: liel^ediyfiisyi^^u^ thr:6ugji.his'mbrnine5i)pitet: ioday and gave him,,;his ;br.eaT3aaJJ?,fw7�realt coffee and milk;.: I^atheiji-Parolinvi who has iustallod:.hlnisfelf>;}n,a-.sttiail,room in the Vatican adjoining ttie- 'Rope's was.....strongly v"�..>-^.>.~w- �. -----..i., : last election, the friends of Mr. apartment, declared" tjflis m(?i'nijig the' Pope Jiad suffered .^f^Ani only three coughing spells diiting �;tihe' night, -and that the cough was-m^ieh 'jeasier.^Jl'he pulse, he said, wr-^'trouBier aijd the resperation more,'-'' regular, ' r'M^hen Jones are figuring out a sums ,ma-jority. UMie Socialist candidate s be-; 'ing helped by tihe Conservatil e,' organization: in- the 'hope that he will cut into the miners' vote; huttthat he will not^poll more than fifty yotesj Prof. JVTarchiatava- apftba'ped. |heiPop,e all -told- seems naw"an-a-s8ured;'faot.' iwas so cheerful tliatyih'^vyojfe^':With It-the Liberals, go to the polls.solid-jthe physician'and cofigr'atulatad "him on the realizatibn'Jotii Wi'JiPreaiotl^p; of � reco-yery. PrQfSMMo|iiiat^Y*-^ swered;'"I will make?- anot|i'#"^^!fce9|"^^ tion, you' ,will hav4* te'ti5^^f^fe',W^^ ly as they should; there is no doubt but'that � 'Mr. Jones, who,is excep-tionaUy , popular as a Labor candidate, will win out. The whole" result ;ihLethbridge- depends, on the getting �ut. o.t the vote.," ;The opponents , at the iMichenor partx in this city.must � not jJo%e,sight of that fact: for one moment: With tlio, vote polled, "there, is no doubt as to Mr. Joues being; elected. ' , , ,1 In Rooky Mountain it is difiicvilt to get a Unc-up' on tlie riding owing to its :formation, Allr; three candidates areclsfimihij tho-sep,t and thtre will ,'!he nothing sure about it until ' the votes are counted, ^ /Jm Northern Albeyta tliorci are a few. stiff fights, but  no one who klTows the-field ooncedesvMr.' Micheu-: ec'Red Deer, or five, seats north of that riding. VioU) yuu >vjjii uay,�,.�.;�Y^ifijDt, .jutjujipi if you do not patiently:- LOUIS HILL Fernle, April 14.-The annual general meeting of the-Fernie Board of Trade "Was held,-this evening In the council chamber oftlie City Hall. President R.VRendlhg occupied the chair. The minutes were read by the retiring seoretary-treas-urer J. P. McDonald, and-i'hls'.lina'nolal r9ll- north f- -''-^=--Sv:.vr., I gi-ve McLean a [kood GOOD Less'Civic Work Than Usual But Construction Gangs-Offer Opportunity TURIN FARMERS GREATLY INTERESTED Mr. J, B. Wllkie addresBed a fine meeting - of- fann�rs at Turin last night, over forty being present, and evincing the , deepest interest in the fsups, as presented in an ahle address by Mr. J. B. Wllkie. The chafr was occupied by Mr. Geo. Borgai(d, prosident of the Turin V. P. A. . Mr. Wilkte reviewed, the legislation asked for by the farnfers and tollers of the proyince, and paid a high tribute to Hon. A. ,T. M-cl/ean, who will receive, 75 per cent! of the vote In that district. There i'lll he a meeting at Iron Springs on 'VVednesday. night. MINERS ACCLAi VJCEMMT COiN b (. � * > : ? WILSON A STATESMAN .> .> � , -. * ? ? ? ? conchided between Turkey and > Bulgaria. CTOR AT THE POLLS I ..... � -� Great Meetings at Coalhurst and No. 3-'-Electricians Also Support Him ? ML INCREASE THE WATER PRESSURE NORTH LETHBRIDQE STANDPIPE BEING RUSHED TO COMPLETION BY CONTRACTORS -V densely packed and highly enthusiastic meeting was held in the school house at Coalhurst in supporb of the candidate for election, 'J. O. Jones- The speaker,? were in order, "W- Peebles, Donald McNab, aiid Clem Stiibbs- Mr, Peebles, oh taking the platform, dwelt on the impracticable position of the Socialist .party in the present campaign- The candidate Knight was not running in tlie interest.? of the wage-earner, but was simply choosing the present occasion , to test the strength ot the Socialisfc party. In voti.ng for him the wage-earner would be simply disfranchising himself, for the chances of Mr.*' Knight being elected were verymea-- . gre. The small Socialist following oJ Mr. Knight were in an absurd posi- ; tion, m that thny had taken on themselves to enter the field without consulting any of the outside locals. Mr. McNab spoke in justiflcatioa 08 the selection of J. 0. Jonesy as candidate, and urged tho, wage-earners, to use the opportunity placed before them, by casting their jjallots for the candidate, to show the strength ot their voting power. Clem Stubbs affirmed that the So- ',: cialist party had oome into existence before its proper , time, and in its present policy was not acting: - for , : theih, which was entirely in favor of  and in sympathV with the pandlda-". ture of J. 0, Jones. No, 3 Solid For Jones .,;:: ': At a densely packed meeting:in the. Miners' Hall, Nd. 5 mine, last ^i^t, ^ JvO, Jones was, enthuSiastic�(fry*�(Qr,.v!: claimbd the winning candidate.' It i was -a, - great:,!.-m'pdt ng, 'One - whicji; cheered the candidate's heart, >pil / .Consequent on the closing down of: the-nilnes there etc always a large number of idle men in the city. Thii ispHnS: is no exception to the - rule, rhis .may account for ,the ^stream of rne^ycalling every day at-the city oflSlces iK^quiring ' when 'tho; summer , Jonstt'iiotion is to begin. .-This morn-rig -be^tol:e' ten o'clock,at'least a doz-sn,'ni8n|had made appli6ation' for work,-but bad to be turned-away. lipiSjMs'^i: "ia number ;,.f-;;^e3�sv:KsLaJst 'iMifeithe.street cleaning- depart-iSSiti'itisiially very busy in''the iS^n&s^BPent only :$4pd^V-rhe: streets Ui^i^'i^ti'^cellent condition,,fahd'^^^;^ ture was left on the spot.. ,. maintenance charges -this year prom- A newsboy whose stand is n-'th^'^F^o'^*' very light. In,fact the i\^hW8'.:cff I the engineering: department jl| spending very little money, the i;,watfei:frorks departmeiitvbeing;the-on-py -ojtie'_.0f the branches : that^;soe_mB to bjs doing the usual amount of "work. , Mayor Hardie says there will be no-work, of any consequepco done un-, tll/aftet thfe meeting on: Friday when it is,expected the estimates for the .vear will be approved.,. The bond is-;8iies-, for: which tenders ;are being call-* i-ed i^yi'll;l^^ot be sold,until, the end .of jitjhe-.'n'P*''ii and.notWien .unless  a ;^ODd'of!er is obtain|d. The mayor K'oldq, th'at no new: work ishallihe un-.^erti^ken this year until the money is available,' That will AbCvaftpv the ^Ijaiik lias been satisfied by thepay-�rient.^of the, overdraft:^resulting from last ^year's program, ! -Howeiver^ -lobal 'employinpnt' agea-r c|Bs"re^'j:t that the demand for-men win hejistrong shorilyi'i'SiBoildlng; is iilrcady;'bej5fnning-"t,,o.,'open,_up)' Rail-.^�j?U�d, ,,ii;3;!ga;$lok/-i$aW ofS \v.ill rfc'quire ?f/la^ge jvumber. of ;iijan''')>^y;hirij:ithe,,h9*felQrtnlg^^^^^^^^^ law ofr�01i|t�ra -, - Pfemlei-;r;v.'Ahd i Mr.TptoxL ^ h^^ than-viilsimere^-ijftprdi'fgr his-reply 'to; the .Opposition-.ieaderi,,jHe giAtblted a 't'Cllgram; recel'Ved' ifoxp. Mr; Bur-" rows: a 'few''3ays^.'agQ/-ji-^hen the'state-inontsVfirst. begajij;t6.ho made lii' pu'b-11c;- The-exact \wwa^>Interested, directly or Indlreptly^-in any timberl north or west' of the Athabasca , rlvor,,,or,,ln; any timber tributary to McAti;huVsitPeace Rivep road, . or t'he .GM.at vyatervvays railroad. Amsavshary^b'lder'in the Phoenix Lurnbert^b:; which iwns some limits fn tovijnships 57 and. 58, ranges 3i,.ajicl,!.^(';'vvjsst of tne 5th. Also In tgWnlKlp. 59-and 60 ranges 7, 8,!'ahd,g; we�t;5t^^ -All tho tiro-bar'owned by this company is or> ; the:North-Sa^kafc^ewan^ on the , Brazeau and P.embina, and a email area on the Grand- Trunk, be-tw/e^n, Edson ".and-prule Lake. I .owi|-no.re�l;.e8tate,ih Alberta, ex-sep^'-tbree ,;quarter (Signed). , f'THEODOREA: BURROWS.',' : "That'should-'answCT thad, statement,'/ coatiaued the.^Premier. "it is abscliit:ely'"i,untriie that this road taps any oii-thosellimltsjii-'As a matter of fact,,the -itearest' 'the>, 'Bdmonton, Dun-veganilaild B;C. road, which is the Mc-Arthup -jroad' mentioned In the telegram dcomes to these-tiimber-limits': is IS miles-fromi-tha-rflrst'one,, and 40 miles,'ffrom..'the othpr,' one. -The Canadian^ Northern comes closer to the limits thftn any other road.   '-'If Mt. >Mlcheneri.rally wante"d to know ,cw;liere,,y the :,'Jldnjonton,, Dunva-gau &r3,0. .rjinsj and what limits" It taps, havcoulfj..easily g,et'it b.v golnff to" (the land ;ofUce, .'where his friends are, but apparently- he does not v/ant boiv recting l^forimatiO|nj .preferring raider to give-falpe 3tatem(fpts,  ' People living in the - third and fourth storeys of I ap�j;m"ent,"'- buil44' mgs and blocks in tlie'-fclty:Mve:'lofig had a just complaint ^egatdlh^ ; the water pres^sure from the -city)*.',ivatbtU works, systfem.- It, appears'njpwVaS'if'. �1*J8..-oauseKo|,i,cpmplalati.4aydbdui -'fo ------ |Ae,.remo,ved.' ..The,, OfeVfMim'c^ritf&e'i ?on-v'iht^.'TnhT'ej& nil l''''i'''s'''-a rousing welcoine. Mr.-"^^ ':all. -all. times. The standpipe ispart ;ot:;.the high pressure system -w^hiohMs lj6ing: installed primarily -for .flro protection purposes.  . . In this couneotion't"'the, city engineering department-is: at work on plans for the booster.- pumps,which are to be installed on the^plty, level as auxiliaries to the.pun&^s in ,:tlie station. The m,oney.has not been appropriated as yet,'but the need of: better pressure is frealized by the: mejnbers of the committee, and tiie, estimates will make. -the necessary provision for the work-.'' HE WILL RUN AGAIN London, April 14,-Sir Stuart Samuel,- Liberal meanher for- Whitechipel, recently unseated tecaUs'e -of *'isJ:ri'mi holding a government c6ntract, has announced, that he will. ';conte8t; the ibye-election against. iCaptain:vBrtfwne, UnlofilB't, whom hd d'e'f'eiated last election hy 540* majority. A MADMAN'S ACT' Pltchburg, Mass,, .^pril 14,-Ernest Moschner, aged 35, miitdered his four children, ^ind then killed himself by shooting at his home on Rollston st, today. Contiimad.lU'heaUh .madb the'i man temporarily Insane. 1' ? TITANIC DISASTER ' The steamship -Titanic ;mft disaster one year ago today!   In -New York, tKe-' 5f Itdnlc . ? Memorial lighthousa", was' dedl-, ? cated in memory of 'the 'event.* ? JAM WHYTE ^PROSPERITY SAYS W^9'r FACES A YEAR OF UNP|? cioj),jv'a8'Oxpebtq.d; and theC. P, R. wotjld .,;do.s,'tholr share tO'-han.dle it, '%t to.Svhat jt .tent-'the C, P, R. Would,',go", in j>hB. niatter of 'addittoniil's'grjiih elevatoi; enlargeraehf of the''tJ,pf6s'efit""'sVh0ftt, storage* could, npt aS ,ye;t be :?statod. Prospejiiy, abounds '�Ins'tlfieiwes't' e"y--i,i erywhew; a^d the -luiini'^ants ^i^d' sgttlers 'are'Tuphing 'In', by', ihk ilioi^i- VbnriH " 'lift Koirf''""'rtiB-'nrilipv-' nf''Ti^- was goven an ovation. The .speakers dealt with the amendments to ^he Minis act securedjjthrough the,' good';: efforts of, Mr. Jones ;and. other9,',-and":if the miners by their applause showedij' their appreciation ot the good worlr. 1 That Mr. Jones avIU have a,'lead'^ away up over the hundred mark at ^'- "s", f| this poll is beyond doubt- , , ' Knight's Piye and Four 't'',^';^j Socialist candidate�Knight, got art; s-'-f-; Knkling of how popular he is with the ' V^, miners at a meeting held at ChinookV '? last night. The taking of -the census ^ ' . was hot a difficult, task. There :We;;i;HS':;-nine people present, live men'and-fouraf! women. It wasn't very enoonragi^'^' hut Mr, Knight went .through A',f' Speech railing against the old parties f/ ^ and Mr. Jones ip par.ti'cular. A% the , , , ''Be, it-further resolved;kha^,^\ye...u||^|�"'^�5'4 all-' ' our/influence'/"and legitlikia|e ^> 'oJ", means'--'to'ensure his election.""' �>,*"-" >'[ I ^Endorsod Mr. Jones * 1^ -f. resolution ot endorsatlon ot J, O. 1 Jones,^ the .iLlberal-Labor candlcjaite, ", was,passed -last night'bx" the Palntera'-i''.': ,";i? and Deccrators' tinlon, at their re^u- � ' ' lar meeting, and as a guarantee of' their good faith, |15.00 was vot'ed' to', �, .' his campaign fund, . '..A DESERVED, PROjVIOTION V^^ Calgary,-April 14.-rN. E. Broolij, )V|| '. R.. divisional engi�eer\ fpr^^'l'i^i^ f41 C, P bertft, has been promoted to.^ of engineer of malntenajioe,U for all wjestern^linoB between'-ver and" Fo'rt' "WlUlam,' -with, quarter's at "Wlnnipej^.,  fMr.'Brooics Ijas been, cp,i)nVpt'e( 'the local 'staff for twenty*f4viKh, "' ' FEMXiiE iBbVVSDrE Buth, Ens', -^ftril 'I5.~(^F< PI 40 37 00 2200 1506 ;