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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta W7 (\ Monday, April 21,1913 CHEW THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY JtE^^ Pacfe 1 MAPLE SUGAR TOBACCO MILD,'8WiET, MELLOW and JUICY Manufactured by ; ftoCK CITY TOBACCO CO, OuobBO I Winnipeg C. P. R. WILL GREATLY ENLARGE THE RUMORS THAT PLANS FOR UETH-BRIDQE INCLUDE SOME' VERY EXTENSIVE TRACKAGE That the CP. R, has plans for tor-xnlnal yards here other thaa those shown itt the blue prints tor the yard. Improvements wesli of 13tli street and north of the tpresent yards, is th^ rumor wMch 1b going; the rounds on the streets todayi and if it proves true, the 'company will nex6 fall have fouu" ^times the x^^rdage aooommoda^ tlon hero available at the Bt�aent time. According to the rumor the company �wUl bulk yard terminals south of the main.-line, east of the mlllB on :18th Btreet. This latest development would double the size of the ya'rda proposed west of 18th.St. TV Well are to be constructed this ye�r. They'would be used f&r" transfarrlHg wheajt and coal trains which congre,-gate here-from the branoh lines ter-"' minating-at Lethbrldge. Tha Herald wa* Tiaable to get any conflrmatdoni (rf the rumor from officials of the company stationed here. However It 1* known that the C. P. R. has for a long time been holding a large block of property just ea�t of the milling district and south of the main line, and although approached times without number by persons wishftig to buy warehouse sites In. that vlelnltr they have always r�-fused* It is also hmown that the company has for'two yeaaw put been crowded! tor yard space. (Last rtalU when the wheat' and coal meveaient was btfatleat Itiwsw almost Impoaslble to handfe- the-'^daffSin or morie trains made,up-here .daily. With the 'Wholar sale -business Inbreaslngi. rapidly the Increased aoconunodatlon. being- provided In connection with, the . .new freight shields .^wlU little, more ; than: aocommodatv the ordinary freight, and It Is believed:, that the additions now rumored- are calculated to: meet the demands -oji the .company whea the Lethbrldge'^Weybuirn. lino Is In.op-eratiou. , ... � : The latter'line will be In operation to a point 30 mlleft east of Stirling this year. John 'Timothy, 'the contractor, etated this'jfhoming that nearly all the ties and. steel necessgry for that 'pkrt of the; IfeA already graded is on' the ground/: and trade laying will start shortly;. ' Material is arriving daily,for construction in the Lethb.rlAge yards. The hitch over the subway agreement seems ^o be ca'uslOff some delay, but Mayor Hfirdle cpnttnuntcated with Superintendent Cameron at Medicine .'H^t over tha,tottgrdlstance telephone yesterday, the latter promis'lng to ' take up the city's objections with .iSupti.Price.without delay, the mayor explaining -emphatiealljr that the city . 13; in no way desirous of holding back the Company's .program for Leth^ bridge. ' ' TXOU&H UONO 'ENOUOH TO PUTO>* .WlTMOOT Thb police-ma,-/ bE oftiiaeo AS TO THE HAT PIN CRUSADE In eonneotlon With -the attempt In Beaton to enforce the ordinance agalnQt long hatplnsi the Boston Globe cartoonist m.akes the above sUgfleB-tlons. In view of the-attempt In some Canadian provinces to get a plmllar law passed, tJhp above.will be very Interestfng Here, KEPT IN PARIS P08�IBLE REASON WHY CHRIS8Y PANKHURST KEEPS CLOSELY TO FRENCH CAPIf TAL London, April 2l.-^Ciriatal)ol Pank-hurst, daughter, of, Mrs. Emmeline Pankhurst, has beeli subjected to much criticism �6r what has been dubbed her d6sertion of her mother, who was sentenced to three years in Hollo-way JailJor conspiracy.. The Woman's Social and Political Union has made various exguses for. Miss Pankhurst's residence |n Paris, where she is out of reach of: Scotland Yard. The latest reason adVanced is that Christabel^ Pankhurst has. charge of the war cbest, -which' is kept i^broad so that it cannot be seized;, o?i the order of, the English courts,.^ to^-j pay 5or the property damage done by members- of ^tlie W.iS.P. U. The treasure^ which, is said to be large is kept across the channel, > and when-eviir funds ito needed'Miss .paflkhurst responds by sending the: exact sum necessary; This money is pujb into circulation before there "is any opportunity for the law to lay Hands on it. Miss Christabel: has. been in Paris since September of last year. C.N.R. Will NEED >SEA BOAT PROPELLED . BY ELECTRICITY I-K>ndon, .April 21.-The first sea-" going, veestei to be eleetrrfoally. pro-, polled fwBs launched thisweek at' Middlesborough, The Tynemount, as the new veseel iff- named, will be driven by an elecbrioal motor, the powier for which is generated by two oil engines. The ship Isi controUed by ele'otric s^yitohes. . She Is of. 2400 tons, 250 feet- long, 42% feet .wide and 19 feet deep. I TtirtH- ''"^1^ ^^^1^ '' A bottle this famous brs^j^d^^epl;' in a home insures-a quiok, acting restorative,''for suddeni i'nriess,,cjiili br weakness m_ imm the question is it to" $E 18 WHERE GOT Winilipeg, April 19,-^With a proposed expendltute of i40-i000,op0 on freight equipment,'.$7,000,000 on' passenger equipment, jSiOOOiOOOion sub-.sidiaty-* rolling and ' operating stock or ^-\ylth a total expenditure of $50,-000,000 on all kinds i of-: ^qiiipment, the Canadian Worthorn-"^ railway, is planning what it will (need:f:-fco:: operate its new- transrcon-jlnent^l iines-when, flnislicd. With -^thei.completion of this line from Quebec *tb'.. Port Mann;within vgry .measurable, disr tancc,;" the comp.myifinds, itieU-face to face with the collosal i^nd:'almost unprecedented task of anticipating what equipment will be needed to operate the: railway. The 'above Ssti^ mate secured after careful figuring is' regarded as conservative, and'It^ is; expected the company will ne'ed all' this equipment within. less: than threS; yeir.s. Orders, -will be: placed for considerable portion of it :as. soon as; th� money market justifies the ex-jj.vjRiture. Where this: vast amount orru.'iway equipment is to be .rnanu-faotuied. i:4 puzzling the, Canadian, Noithcrn offlcifils-. ; At the presen-t' time every locomotive and car jnanu-facture company on the Nort^l American continent has:more work on its hands than can. be attended, to, ajd the outlook for' getting this ftrHer filled fs very dfttlf. A summary, ofJ: jiiff now .equjlpment that -wiU be rafttijreJ by the  datia(|ian,,'J!rolrthern; pff-.T.henl$iy ' ' meals, with theijf cotaeoucnt' nom:fsh>l i metifthtatl^wantto mehtton �b{s.tOT.the-^ �t)enefie-pnt-Co  Dyspepsia' Tablett-m;-Montreal, and was. born In 1847 In th�t'-:-clty. He was creaf6(i. a. baronet in' 190^. He was a. captfldtt in thef Mottiii'eai GAfffson Artillery,, and. as-.slsted to quell the Kiel RjeibelUon in' �Gftnada,: , . Ixs 'was a member of the Jockey ClUb';vftiid for a time racing partneir oflilng Edwai'd, when PtiiiCe of Wttie*.:, He ivas president :oe|the:I!oy^ al Atitomobile Clnb of England. Lfrf* ,.^i^, ;he' :became interested-; iOi.yi^tJn*:,. this, Bo^6^ inclndtng the Sm^ald, Clifr Sa-tftna!and *ha Aumwra.- ;: CHElPEN COSI OF Newdp^pet CiilU on Board of Trade to Cel Busy at Once The Sagittal Daily 'Ne'Ws in an edi-totlal Oft thfe temttVal of Joseph P. Traof B8 publldty - commissioner to Lethbridge, eall� oh the . Saginaw board ot'ttade to make an effort to iretiin t>i6's�rvideS;oI the brainy publicity mab� the'Saginaw paper said : s^lhaw i^houKf Kee|> Mr. Tracy The ann4iM!n0emt-*asliy be able to secure^a man of the large promotive capdtiiiy of Mr. TfJLoy. Ha is a pro-digidua-and.-ttrelosB "Worker, a handler of large aitalT^ .in .a large way and alert 'eVe^ ihln'tite to the advancement of &agipaw'lt . Interests. The city needs, hiili> now. -more than ever tefore. It needs the stimulation of his energy and enthusiasm. Mr. Traoy has been a success here. At Umeis 'bettydtttetences have stood in his way andipfertfaps have clouded on appi^ola^lon 'lh|� usMuIne^s, yet theisethin^i^ -were/to be extiected. They' very ofbeo' aftoompany innovation., Btit.:th'6'vS6 em waj;'�rf?.^ doing things are -what bull^ cltteS 'that astonish the east. (>thei';'citi6s;�;i'e: negotiating with Mr. Trdcy'for'vhid serrlties. We have heai'd ^-fhe. hiph rejfftrd in which he Is held'by tlijS'OlJiltfi'b^r of Commea-ce of the iU^itpdVstates'. 'Saginaw can ill-afford" to." l'osi6v''him, 'It 'will be a mii��-take to let^^lm go,;, Mr. Tracy should be kept Wj^^rei'h^.U. I IIDEF eom6nton^'J;ji|uVna�- grossly ;L|BEi,j.ED'/htpN. A. G. V t ; ,,'1, ' ; : fi^aiontion';- -As an after- Matfa pf t^s el|c1l(?a c6.mpaign, Hon, A. 0. ;Mso8ayi,'h?l fssued a writ for ?t6,i^(f'�gal'ilB(t'"th6;''Edmonton J6ur-nat^D^^'fpg Ill^el, as a resul^ of the pnti^iq^tloi;^ of ftif sr,^q|^e the day after claotfciii, -w-hifeh: iY>-a' h^dW "Attempt raafe ^0 �t�al ttf elaofion from Ew' Uis-i*.,,...................... It etnt^f '."JlfaoRay's manipulated vote l^^^s! been '&^?iten by the legal vole-cftk':fOr[E|wi|a^^v cvery attempt is ])eing' nvade to*n, hfld, as has been showii:":itf-th6,wed by tes-ts ,fh�.fr It coatite' Ji,0# aer .i' , ;- . Besides quite a number of singly arrivals in the way of soils and daughters,.three pairs of twins have^boen bom within three W-eeks.^^^ - � - Preparafloinis to make May 24i'19l3, the most victorious Vlctd'ria' Day^: are well In hand, with good meniin charge of each departme-iit, and'substantial purses are being offered'vto Winners of all kinds of sport. � -: : , TJie � AgrJouUural aiasoclatlon ha-ye been busy getting, out, the prize list for the Fall Fair, September' 18 .and 19? Mr. Fi-ed RuSsell wijl-'talce. on-itbe msmagemeut againj but Mr, :Rj F. -Dav. Is has resigned; .the :s>e.bretary:E'hip. More improvements are to 'be 'ffiade on the grounds,.: and bet-.ter .poultry �pens provldodi: Today, -we are to -have onr first :laiv;'s,v5?lll^^^^^^ For Sale Oyama DRAFT PERCHERON STALLION This horse is elgfht ..years 61|d, black In color, weight 1%0 lljs. an imported horse .with good -papers; a sure foal getter, Wlll^ exchange fdr Woi^ fiohieS ttt a fai- Uatgain," , Candidate CLYDE^DALfe STALLION , This hoi�6 is.foui:, yearrf^owi,!. registered:., wefghs ISm fray, iiji coldr. Will also exchange' tot'C good work horses, i , rAPPTli TO y. Tf/^' J. A; Smidi 203 Sth Ave. 8. (.ethbV((tOtt>, ' 5l Ml FORSALE READY MADE In Southtim AlB^rtel, '(JritoWddffr District, cUm tistmif 01 line. Tit* l&ttd t� 6x0^ ^igAfu"^ large iJorceiitaig* Ms. Isr"-' tlvated ajid ,si,t preset'' It W In wfnjer, *aef*t,l', . TbiS; te a .m^'^aum' cure a home In-dnr/oft districts OS; tli&^,V(fl4tfL .easy. Apgly^o A. e. CAMPBmt i'^jl"'!'!," r't^'^The' corporation-are' fnvltina^,ten- ij^jvv-ywUj^ 4078 96 91 344576 ;