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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TEN PAGES BGHTEEN LO Construction Program of Government Telephone System for 1913 MANY NEW LINES Over 6,000-Out Calls a Month the jRecord of This Office � When - the provincial govorninent telephone Bystora completes tlie long Uistanco toll linos, which are slated for construction this samuier on the conistruction programme for Southern Alberta, there -will be oighteen long distance lines terminating at ILethtarldge, of whlcli thirteen will be physicalor metallic lines, arid five �will be phantom olroults,. or lines madc up from combinatioua of the metallio oirouits. Lethbrldge* tole-iphone users ; win then" bo*able to hoast of instantaneous service-that Is the average delay in, establishing conneotlons on any. long distance call should not bo more than,three mln-Mtens. To make the long distance tele-phono service in this province the ihest In the. Dominion, is the aim o� the traffic department, and officials, of that branch of the service who were In the city yesterday; gave'out the Infornta'Hon above, to show thdt the: equipment Is fbelng.furnished: rto; accomplish this end,. -: Among the'�fiBwUnes-to � beyioon;' atructed.viiithp" south - this summier, will, be a JSFo;' 12-copper cl'rnuit 'ffem,; I. . Perhaps, the-most .imnoTtant lliie of communication': oiut of Lethbridge . Is i^etween Lethbrljige and. Calgary; V The .heavy toll 'business is done ov-;; . er that line, and at.pre^nt tht* cap-acity of the existing circuits is 'taxed I to tl^e utmoat. To relieve the ^con-. gestlon to the'north,;a No. 1.0 copper . tlroul't is b6il�g"buIlt:,from Calgary to L a cross-couMtry line is being built from Cannangay to Clares- 'holm. I This line will -give communi-;'?' cation-between; L-etfibridge and Calr . � . gar.y,' * via Carniangay and Clai-^s-� Jiolm, ,'Dut> will.'^je' used: only in the case of emergency. With the completion of all - these : V lines, and.; the operation of eighteen . Klines terminating In. Lethbridge .this . city .will he. as *ell equipped for lonj dlstandB husikiess aa many eastertS: ..cities-live, times the size. New toll' board appai-atus has been insilallea/ in the Lethbridge office during the ��� past six months, giving- this city ap-Ijaratuacomplstie"and up-to-date in ' lodges in a joint clulrch par-? ade. The brethren this year The child gurgifid with delight and, ? will attend Knox Church next ? babylilre, put liis tongue to the bril- ? Sunday, evening,, when ; ithe ? |liantly colored shoe. Mr. and Mrs,. ? Rev. A. G. Camevon will ? | Wicks'noticed that the dye came ofS, ? preach the sermon. Alhrnerti-; ? but the child showed no ill eftects at ? bers In the city, including �> I the time. ? visitors, are cordially urged ? ? to turn out and make a deipon- stratlon of the strength of ? Oddfellowshifi in Lethbridge, ? *-.: :.� >:..;,:, ;. .;. .J. ,y 4;. ^ t;. ^. .> ^ ,5, ,5, ',5, Yesterday, while the niothtr was j^singing to the child, his head .suddenly dropped forward and a moment larer the baby was dead. A physician said the dye had affected the heart. ~ P b S': A WORLD PEACE Pi � * * * *�* ? * � ? DUCHESS DOING ; *- n ? London, April'aa.r-HerRoyr^* ? al Highneas- the "Duchess 'of '? ? Connaught has made such ex- ? cellejit progress'that bulletins ? have been disc^onttnuEd.'y i.At.':* ? . "' ? ? � * * > �> � , "S* > LINEHAM DEAD ? __ > ? Calga'.T, April 21/~John bineham, a resident of Alberta for thirty years,' and'i'e-"pnted to be a millionaire, died on ijoard. were Capt. Devall, chief inspector of aviation, and liieut. Yon Merbach. The local military police and P'rench customs olTtcers hastened to the spot and Capt. Devall explained to them that his gasoline became exhausted. He thought at the time, of lajiding that he was on ; the German, side of the frontier. The MR- ALLErf JACK i.French administration' officials arc Secret.-ii-y of thciiltftlibrldge ExhibI-; conducting an investigation,' and tion Board, who'(s.Jitiatllng along the meanwhile the Cferman aeroplane is ------- . , Ihere today Of Bright's disease.',? Two German olTicers in uniform were, ^.^ j,^ ^^^^ i,j ,any ? Spring St^ijfck Show " '-�aft5;.--iS kept under detention. months, but death- came as a .> : ? > ? : 7^ I i .^dictions' are-/Eain Tcnight in Some LGeaIlt|es--Fattfters " Busy Seeding lET COMPEIITl o- Can Hold Home. Market by Meeting the Demands of the People : Washington, � April: 21.-The Demo-cratic.;;hQtise foiro>ng oa a'-J'blgh '^"'^"r -^'"^ ^^w": - ---- wind, and 'tho;'-i>r^i;tlons-afe mi'n''^'"'3'.indiiWry will be injured, :'fe'fairly: in all ge^'P^*^*^�'^''^"'*"'^'^^'^*^ tions Jinij the land; is r'eported to be *� ^""^^y the,goods the people;,,; de-ih .excellent shape. The* average '*.o.'liqW:tlie3Jipmo,mark(it.' farm-fr. would - sooner see the rain prinoiple/jia:,laid dowji that-,no held- pff.ifoc^sa week or -ten davq to wiH; ^manufacturers be allowed 1..... ------to,tax tbeypeopleva?.: a bonus. Tlie}' ; Unique ceremonies.^^ are not lacking in court circles theserdays:; One occurred .the other Bay..y | ly all civilized countries will be in-cjlearing-fweather. :'^^ , 'L at Bow Island Bow. Island, April i 21.-A , light | able'to-present; ;Bnowfell hflre this morning, followed by- a.' drizzling rain. The precipitation" was^ very light up. to noon, but tfiieie -irore' indlcs'tiDus of heavier rjila tO'fome. Traces at � Carmangay f Carmangay, April 21.-There was no rain ;or snow hero todfi,y. , There were slijfht. traces at early morning of'snO'w during the night, The weather is clear and cool. 1 ' .V . In South Country ,.-Card'aton, April 21.-The-re was a light snow here this morning, followed by suni-hlne. - � o ! ^J"'" '^60. A, Walker, the company's ; (Continuoa -pn page 8) HON. A. U. T m ? Edmonton, April ' 2.-Th'at Hon"! A. G, "Macl^By was elect- shown >by the retiu'ns frota th? *^ courts of inquiry. H|. had ? favor >y�sterd?iy, 'aDd ' vp- to ' : noon today ho", ijhad fUJeen i> > more, making j total oft t^vei?' ? ? ty-three. It iSep^'de.clded > that in poll No. 31,' he receiv- > ? ^d 74, instead b� ^46'votea.> ltu-'>^>*' ? dicatiops{a hour .re''tha,t >' he'Will be' It voleii', "� solloKor, dealing 'with the Thirteenth street su'bw.ay. The letter alaO;deals' with the 'various,- Council objections ! entered against the-.-sdbway.a'^reeT ment, as submitted by 'ihe C. P. B.  The distribution of the coat of'pro-,! teoting the apur track was the one matter In which the Council entere'd'] �its most strenuous kick.. It was, un-' der�tood by the Couijioil after tlie.icon-: ference, with, General. Superintpndeiiti Price in January, .that the ^company would ^ear the expense,' or at .least make, arrangements. with . tholr yard, orewB, ao that the jaxpens6wo'^^ld;b ih-flniiteamalj^ the::-8>jdtchMKn' ^�^o^^4l with the Bireet railway to ellmina"te_ the necessity of , appointing special, crosaing .watohmeni , .',.ivi. .: . ., ,�- party. In" .the agreement, thus fore-.etSllif^s the Council: It isllicely, how-�eVer,\� that either one of; the parties will',make application, as it appears (imUkely ,^that an arrangement :aatia-factory, to the two narties can be ar-Hved* -at^otherwise.  ', ., J There-is onl.v, one other 'Important W^tto'.itd be se'ttled, and that is'the ,^ercentage of the grades.- caused by theysubway. As the subway will be the traatn-aveiiue of traffic between north and south, the Council held out for throe per cent, grades. In the original agreement the grades we're tiot mentioned. Under the new agreement, -thp grade on the north side 'will',lie 'three per cent., -but on the south aide, entering the. subway from ill's TAXES: W �ill UNCWED ��':;'N ''London', ApvH 21.-he,oxpeGfed to pull through ,vylagf, my ' nevf. imposts made dlfteTant.-Teprepentaltions,^- The,.;jJhiBXh?,Slid, iuapit^'of tlie^facf'that citr" haij Intenijed WPW^S "'fo,','^^' t^e budg'li showed^an expenditure of Board of "Railway Comrolealij^aVpMr uWar^a i)f >?99975,OOO,OO0.\ahd'he-was _ ,^ A' '5i...,...j|j^' j.he^neceBBtfjttvot-flndrug Thirteenth,-street' .South, the grade, will be 3'% 'per cent. , \ Mr. ,''Walker; explained -that the ex-, tra one-half; per cent. � would be necessary' to bring the'-subway to ithe level.before the:spui',track are reached. ' , The ^Council made'no objection to this feature of. the new agreement. ; ' 'Under the new agreement, -the city, will be. required ' to,;bear the whole expense ojt the diversion of the street, railway, while- construction is in pro-; gress, but the, cost.. oJ� ally necessary diversloa^ ; for. vehicular and pedfts-'t'rian traffic: will .he-; added to the cost of - the subway to /be divided equally between the- city and the company,' ' The city wdll-alsb be required to bear the coat of 'ballasting that part of the,'tracks-o.yer the, subway, which take the- plaqe of those now m oxist-ppoe, but'not'of ithe, three proposed new tracks.'^ Any cost of. diverting sewer or water mains to allow.-for the excavation of the subway, must 'be borne by the city. The .'Cfty 'Solicitor and tlbe City Bn-gineervoonferred' with the Mayor,thip J. .;. ^ > C IS HON. JOSEPH NOW ? __-* April 22.-^Hon. ? Winnipeg, Joseph Bernler, member for St. Boniface, this morning, took the oath ot office as pro- > vincial secretary before Dieut. : : ? �: �> * � Vlce^be:.a|k'ed". to '.g;;ant andthef coiifej:56hce at^^JnoeV-tft finally Montreal, Que., April;; 22.'--Tvjro; people were s'hot in � cold blood at'noon today on the sidewalk-at the coruev of McGill and Notre Dame atvdet, id;' full view of the hurrying'.lunch lime, crowds. ... .';:.�'.�, ., Angelina Regina, a.vppetty: Italiaa woman, aged 32, was left dying-onv the. sidewalJt. A tew yards: away her .lov-' ei' lay "fataiiy wounded la. the .back/ while pedestrians and two policemen joined In a hue and cry,after:Tonjas6 BernardI, the murderer^' who: ran 'fiom; the scene, but tripped lOver ;a bag\Of cement at the corner of-Notre Dame, an4 McGill Street and; fell into. the clutches of Constables 'Frappler and McCaffery. . . : , Five' revolver , shots were 'fired !,n rapid succession, Bernardi: first deliberately; shot the woman and then iflred at the man accompanying her. Jeal-ouay was the cause of the crime, Wihich .^occurred right after all - the; parties!-involved in .the', murder .'had; been in the police court! ./ Bernardi, the murdered, no'W' under arrest had- loved the woman in' the; caiSfe,- in iltaly. After coming'to:, Can-' ada, he sent her money ,for her, passage across. � When.'iahei arrived'Bern-' ardi failed to meet,her;at the station' and the first time he'.'saw her,'She' wab in the company of the m?ii ffe shot today.. ,''.;v:!; ,:^.' '�j,vr.;;v:;'f,; Prompted by jealousy,.he ao6uB,?d' the women of theft and had'^hefv'up^ In court today. She was {released,on personal ball. He follow&fl;,-them from the court ho\ise' to thercornerof McGill and Notre Dame.Street- where.: the shooting took place., �Bot;h vi6tims of-the shboting^'-iyere; hurried to the  hospital;'" whe're; -the: ante-mortem statements'^are being 'fkk''>. en There Is no hope for eltlier ot the'm. , � The prlBon,er.)made 'riO''state-ment after being aiT.egted. > Final arrangements for the Spring Stock Show,. Mixed Farming conven-,tion, Automobile and Dbg shows havo been made. The fair grounds presented a scene of unusual activity today, Allen Jack IS busy completing details in connection with the Stock Show, �which will be held in halls H. and L. The trains from Cardston tomor* row mornmg will stop at the grounds, and walks from the railway, entrance have.been prepared to, the Convention flall. ; 1). J. Hay, who has charge of the , validation of all tickets, will be: in Convention Hall instead ot the Board ot Trade building, and will sign . all cprtificates there. Mr. W. D.Finley has completed all-th? arrangements in'connection with tho lectures and program ot the con-; vention. Pour hundred and seventy-five seats have been placed in .'th?' \\a,\l, and 300 more are in readiness. ] T'he plut^orm is at the/sod4h;,:*jn"d;^^^^^ tlie building, the entrance 4^ -tJi'o -north end. ' ^ AH.b:'^ ditS bUllditigs ^ ^ii'fe-Cranbrook building has .been " ' vention building. � ' Noisy Advertisers The dftgs are'in-t^e ,'firs(t.,?building near. the railway track, .i{any?,direcv tion IS needed. 'The :!'bQw-fwows'? will let you. know that thejr,iare:'oii tho job Something-will be doingveverymin-s ute in tlie exhibition rings, ^- , * , 'f All the buildings -will be decked^'' T^sj with flags by tomori;ow. ''..,?| George T. Haag's fine r^cing'.Btook-may lie seen at most'aky.tinie'eit'he^c'i'''^;!''!y^ on'the track doipg "iogs"/or a^his I stable at the south' epd of the gfandr.-'' it Stand. - ..- :� '-.�:--':v>.#feH=r^.4|%i)3@ Mr. W. J. Tregillus, president'oiT-'-. ^'V.' the United Fanners of Alb'erta, wUl''t'."'^'.s^ be held fqr only a short.ij^im'i^j, tlioi-' morrow, as he is'compelled"to''IfeaV^e-''J'�V>'[,yi|(i to keep-^another appointment, ^Hf^/, address will ,be giyen', ,bow,eyer,>.;c'fiad',v^� j;'j he will'take part'm'the disdusSion of! f \'-Vl the fairacrs' elevator scheme. \\ ^'"f^ Geo. Hoadley. M.P.R.','of.OkotbkSi -''| Will be here to' '^participate^iii'ithei d,is*p^^^^^ cussion of the-internal eJevatbt.' ^4 mm Shorthorn, bulls and,-heiters-� ^vg.ii-'i'ii,^^; Noted By the Way >> > i There will be a meeting of ihe'�"o,�^.f3/ eoutive tonight- in the-I-J.ull*blo,pk,;t(*X'v'^^ discuss any, matters to'r""'final-settleki^j'-?'; ment. , ' '^ ^ 'tjv ^Wmr That 51000 bull dog IS here froni'' y4 Winnipeg.''I. .^^M The cattle show includep j,'ShprlH / V ''Is; horns, Holst^ihs, Ayrs}iires, and .('jet-i^"/W seys in tbe dairy^ class, .Wd j'Slio'rtKy " ''^ horns, Uerefords, and Aberdeen! An.-i^t,ft gus, in the beet class. Gtade''c^itlo'-'j ''' are entered in both "classes.; ' , . ..'^� -^h . DR. RIVERS A CORONEIJ ^' ,] , DIacoverfed-a coron'eiri*Dj'.'''Rlver8;' sdperiateadSnl of the"'jprojln^al,Jail: left at 3.30Ulils aft;erngQj4-tp conduct tljp,'iiiq.uest'over the bMy lS'dvia.r& Jflad^rd who 'was kiUpd^ y;Vater!dflyt.#) i^UPiiOhtaook --Collerles.'i-, ,- ', / 1 I JTU*i,.-!poroner frorn wegt ^of-ipidoher 'CreeK,. ,who' was to li^v'eTa,n-5veav'Jji, -t'o,^u -thip. aft9moon-,;,^|i)iiattpd^P�st,9p^; th^TinQBaag;^ and goj? off*jat;.'P| OrebK,' 80 Dr, .Hivers'-A-v^a* a^tli^edj'iid' condiiCt.the'lnqiKBt i^f'W sn-nd 4 The trophy for the champion, Here- , /. ford.bull is a, cup'valued at $36 and , is presented by ex-Itfayor K. Adams.. The Aberdeen Angus championship , cup IS presented by.-'.the Herald ^ob i depatlment,- ^ ' '-f "-^ t, '''^^ Tne Bant'Of^Toronto' present a-dup^'I'^i The owner ot tho oljan^^pipn,;:' se)' bull receives, a cun-Vp^eeei^ Mr. P. Downer^ � ' Mr'' G. B Bowman )'s cup for the 'chamPiOi^'^iSJuftt ' The horse show wJU lowing- ^cla^ses.,:- ^0'^; ;tai:al;is5(ldlo,.i|^ in'lch&jfKe of tlie^. if! 78 1035468? 57 4 33 ;