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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TWELVE PAGES Lethbridge, Alberta. Wednesday, April 23,1913 PRICE-FIVE CENTS Number 112 MITY BU QUALITY IS AT TOP Spring Stock Show Opened this Morning-Farmers Too Busy to Attend If the waather man were not in such good form today, It might have MFIGHMFOR M CLOSED SHOP Shanokin, Penn., April 23. - The "button strike" which began yester- been better for the first Spring Stock ! ^^^^^ mines of, the Mineral Show to be held under the auspices:,-, . j . ^ i i p T .^v. T T, , 'Mining company, extended today tp of the Lathbrldge Bxhlbtion Board. ! . . With Old Sol sm'iling his most be- three mpre of the company's collier-nlgn countenance, the farmers are its and two independent operations, busy In the fields, and there is no; Six thousand men are idle.v The one to oppose the fact that nhe farm- g^rike is designed to compel non-uh-eno ar.e aeceseary to ma-ke a spring ,,,,�, ., +u, �!,,.!�?* � * * ? ? JUDGE .JACKSON ARRIVES ? farming mlghit he Increased. The horses Jihc-'wn flrg- of excellent ga�i' Monday^ night.- The Montenegrin ,tiuai(ty> One.of the largest exhibi-^ army tooli the offehi^lTe along, the en-tors'Us Qaibrftlth . & Sons, of Edmon-1 tire front. They sdrpi'lfeed" the :^OttoT ton, who, li^y9..onJy reoently moved to man defenders byVB#Jilji|f''�'igii;'up; Alberta, frop* D�K*lib, IlL Tbeyhavolto the TurWBh.;p6slfwhB; yHefe'"tiiQy engaged 'In.Tbs^on6t'fvflghatt-|..':.This  Gttp^Jian aiii^mi'^ria^Sj^jt^ ^jiumfeer^ of ] counter -i^qyeiketiibj^S'iriMp to ijrlve; il^'attacking'vfbrceOnt^ TSIorlw-; but they were forceaVbici and hii^^ leave their positions In tJ^e hands of tlie besiegers, who ; had'cbnBtant re-Inioroements. It Wad, mldnlgii(t\; last night when the Monteiiegrlns,.attained their footing In the; trtr^Bs.'.Sn'd de-taoliments of ; be8iei;ers^ ;ont the city at, 4 o'clodlc this-mornlngf, according to ond report. ; feaiiaii: Paflh^^^^ Turkish commander^jitphief fecoplij^ ed the useleasnes sot furthei'.; p^^^^ anoe after; the outl^lh^ilte^; 'po'sitio? of TarakoB had fal^ni,lje;i8; to''have ordered'h^;?tr6op8 tb . ceaife their defense of the:iVfor'treas,; ?  V;. Another report saypV'tli^t; the: Mojj-tenegrln^s comman^ier-iitphlpt ;',;had been negotiating, slhboMoiiia^iiy,,^ Essad Pasha for the!-,8flrreM^r'ot the place. Still another?aqcpunt;sai^^^^ the Turkish troops i^defenifledVt'lx^l'bUy until the last. Y7-'^'-^''':^r''5^^^-"' ''�I'-AIthough the^^SerylantrJoop^ dl4;nOt participate in the final attack, ^he artillery was used by � the' ^Mpnteneig^^ aad It Is -said that to-pis success was largely^.di^e.,; The^ capitulatloii was signed-by the iTurtts^ shortly after the. Montenegrin; tVpopi^ had reached the centre of the city. 'J' Will Help .SeUlpnjeijt london, April 23.-^#kil6':ife^ ture of Scutari by.ithe;, l^Io^terie^^ troops is regarded iin; Bujopeani^paii' Itals to have complicajed tion .created by the .dsol^iptt oCt^^ great powers to ipolude SfHtarl in the future state of*Albania^ the; o poslte view Is held jtn Ba|k8nvciyo^^^ The opinion preva|issihat ..the'.'M^ tenegrlns having aoo^ompil^hed-itlicvOb'-jeot they;aimed atfBltfoej.tHp ti^^lS^ ning of the ; war, wlil-^iind "it more easy to accept fllie!' decision ofV.the^^^ great powers and that.the latter on the other hand will be more ready to grant her k. rectiflcatioii of' her frontier, which will satisfy her, ' . w,|^yi, ,^]heTO ,0. caj-load of Porcherons ; aid Ci ydeBi'"wiil6h,make,=a fine showing.' One ;, olttltae ; exhlbiitor la.abseiitJ J. 0. Drewry, of Glenwood ranch, Oowley, has no entries, and the show hardly seems right without him, Mr. 0rowry intended to enter hlfl string, 'but during the' Calgary Horse Show, two of his moEit valuable horses wore slolt, and only recently Mr. Drewry has had Illness in his family, preventing him from "taking part, PHoea Didn't Suit Another fact which''might militate ngolast a heavy �ntry list is that horses' a very low figure at , Calgary, In oompailson .wltlf the prices paid other years, and exhibitors Wodil not go to tie expense of ahipi . ping long dlBtanoei. ' : If ��oh la the case with the horse 'claBses, the very opposite is true in � the oaso of cattle.'A/t Galgary and Edmonton, the prloeo pild were exorbitant, and much of thnton^J.ltB., 'April 23.-The Alberta"'government is sending two deleSataCfc^^^v|h represenUtlves of t'he Southern Commercial. Con- legislature for Alexandria, and author of "Hoiite Rule for Albprt^," who will sail from New York this week. On thel^ return . they'will "breseut a report to the government which will be made,'the , basis for Tcgis-'latlon which may be introduced to  extend fcotter credit to the farmers of'Alberta. Saskatchewan and Alberta are the only two provinces of Canada represented on the inquiry. QU 1 HEl MENTALLY AND PHYSICALLY ILL HE REFUSES TO RELINQUISH POST  London, April 23.-^Although ;Lord Chief Justice Alverstone Is lylilg so close to death at his Kensington residence tbatt he is merely the shadow of himself, and he is practically a living skeleton, he persistently reluees to retire from office, and, due to his weakened mental eondltlon, stoutly, Inelsts he will be at his old place in court In a few days. Of course. Lord Alverstone will never Hse able tq. occupy his seat on the bench again, but the peculiar attitude he has adopted, despite strong pressure In high quarters, renders It extremely difficult for the authorities, to make any move.. Their desire is to avoid hurting Lord Alverstone^s feelings 'by forcing his retirement. DR. AMELIA MANS OIED SUDDEN NOTED CALGARY SUFFRAGETTE WAS VICTIM OF AN AT-TACK OF DIABETES 'but it is clear that some drastic, step win be necessary shortly in the Inter-! ment", a statement esit of the public. Istrong.protests Calgary. April 23.-The death of Dr. Amelia Yeomans, one of the first women - to practice medicine in Western Canada, occurred suddenly last night of diabetes. Mrs. Yeomans was perhaps more prommently identified witli woman's movements in" Western Canada than any other person. She Was- 71 years of agc At the time of her death Mrs. Yeomans was honorary president of the Ottawa:EfjUal Suttragotte association, and honorary president of the Calgary Suffragette association. In religion she was an Anglican. She was rather prominent in the, recent political � campaign and ,was ^escribed by T., M. Tweedio *as a "hireling of the Sifton govern-which � evoked ARE KRUPPS TRYINa 10 PROVOKE WAR SERIOUS INSINUATION OF CRUEL TACTICS TO INCREASE MANUFACTURING BUSINESS Paris, April 23.-The entire press, except the antl-mllitarlsts, are preserving an extraordinary silence about the Krupp scandal. The aosence of editorial comment is taken generally as, a courteous rebuke to the German outbutvs'ts': on the "Nancy" incident, and not as a suspicious sign of the truth of the charges, which, except in; one or two cases are said 'to bo highly uncertain. , The Figaro, the only paper as yet directly accused, does not deny that it received Krupp overtures, merely stating ithat It never ' printed the' alleged articles to Increase French hat-rod of Germany. The (Temps, last night carried a severe editorial on the repetltlca of, the accidental frontle? invasion, but does not mention Krupp. lose CHILDREN SME REFUSE TO ATTEND SCHOOL UNLESS AN OBJECTIONABLE SUPERINTENDENT IS REMOVED Pittsburg, April 23.-Hardly ten per cent of Pittsburg's 7,000 soihool children are In attendance at the sessions today, while the disorderly processions of children through the streets that characterized yesterday's situation, have been suppressed bj the police, aided by parents. Large numbers of children congregated about the sOhool house, but were soon scattered by a detail of ...police, that has been stattened at eauh of the 13S schools of the city. The .children arrested yesterday while carrying .banners demanding the removal;o^'S,L. Heetev,: 'Bupevii^tend^nt! , ofv';80hool8.; w^re - today" m-oiightb.of ojje- tli'^, splice': imaglstrate and after,, a..,repnm6Edi swere turned over to_, t)h6il|f �j)&#ent^i; n?he police undei- orders, ,are,';t6;,.re.ii frain from arrests',01 school chlldreh unless they annoy pedestrians or dp damage. A hundred 'or. more PupUs pt high schools refused to attend ses^ sion but moved on when ordered to move away. All available, patroLmen are still on duty because; of the "School Strike." No announcement had yet been made whether the citizens selected'by the board of odufiatlon yesterday to Investigate the rellectlon upon the character of Supt. Heeter, will accept the duty imposed on them. WO EXTRA INIHS' RESULT OF APPEAL EDSON CHAP DIDN'T SEEM TO IMPRESS THE JUDGE VERY MATERIALLY NEW DESTROYER ,READY - Qilasgow, April 28.-The  ne'w 29-knot ocean going destroyer. Achates, has been delivered from the works of John BrQwn & Co., Glasgow, and-. Is ordered to be commissioned by'Com; ipander F. P. Slninio;is,.'with.^/Portsmouth crew, for service "in the 'fourth destroyer flotilla. .............. > * � * ? * * ? � ? * ? DUCHESS SUFFERS > A ' SET-BACK ? London, April:-23.^he foK lowing bulletin has just 'been naught h'as' not /hfeea ;�o'wto'.'''-, �{ Another bulletin has been pro- > misod for tonight.'* , ' ' > ?  v" "J" , impi'oved although his cough hurts. ' | , f f � 9 I BELGIAN STBIKE ENDS BrUBsel'S, April 22.-Owing in great, part ito the advice of the King,, the, governiuent today accepted the' com-' promise prpposed by the Liberal lead-' er, F. Mason, and the great strike for'j manhood suffrage, which,., On, account of the remarkable discipline v main-jtained, the solidity of those 'Vho joined ;ln- the''moverdent, nnd'';8kil|W; organization unique }n hlsfbry;'wlllf [be oaUpd bff on Thursday. ' ST. GEORGE'S DAY All Sons of Merrlc England are wearing a. cheery amlle. , It is the day in which the heart beats faster,, and the good red blood of an Englishman throbs, as he thinks of the(,-glorious Motherland anand 'sii^^^^^ seQuently brought a ;cia'p&e : agaiM 'the chief, of police, who; 'v^as aryestedi Judge Noel in dismissing;the oharge aald that GibsOn should, have been more careful, but Al^iandeir^had given provocation. '^'r ,, , . Frank Hertry appealed from a fdecls-W. Kmnebutgh, charged with break-1 inspector. Raven,. seutenciug ing into a 0.p:,R, car last December him'to four months fOr.'keeping ai flls-with intent to steal, was up'for trial / orderly house in . addition' to 'a' $490' fine for bootlegging. rJudgs Noel not; only: upheld,; the seiiteh'oe; .teijit ij^^^^ two months to Henry's teym., The Counsel Wil^ Appeal the Case before;-Mr.^ce: Simmons. Thai case is 'the sequel of; that in which, the two men; iWiIler"and Williams, were .convicted:and sentenced m the distrlpt' ooiirt by Ji^^dge Winter,' Kin-neburgh'electing ; to be tried at the supreme: court.; ^ It occupied the: attention of .the: court thewhoJe morning and', was co'n'tinvied into the afternoon. Accused,' at, present 'em-: ployed, )jy ; the . G. N. 'r.. at Great Palls. -He was .found'-guilty,- : j ' ,..... The (jq^go!',stated' a;-::cas9: fpt nonsid-� eration''|)f;the,'courtiett;'I)aric at Galgary :;as;:i!to'!whethert;aot;used'. was :en-titled'|or"not ,t'o-a' trM-hyjury,.; :;-,I.u.-'(*Qf;;fflcanttnier:the::aocused iisrad- ril 23.- ? The battle cruiser. New Zea-; land, while on hej; voyage,b6-, J� tween South Africa, and Aus- . ' - "�; caters more to the business interests' of the town, bringing matters of:;ma-T.i -:;';5 ment to the farmer, to the attentioni ' 'f of the Associate Boards. ' ' ,. "He,spoke of the wave of : enthusi7�' '-, asm that commenced 10 years;:>';agOi:v: wiien the first turkey rod wheat be- ^ gan to show its adaptation to .the'.>- ^ country, and how that wave had,'^ 'i. M spread since, farmers from all' ovei!, '^''5if| the world being attracted to Albert"? .''f'm ta. The main , attraction vai: wheatij-^i;-:;-;*!;^ and everybody grew wheat, -ignoring^  the stock proposition and the' possi:;^,'^ bilities of developing-it.-"All this fe-v-*j; ''C^i^^ erish haste went on without a; coni ' sideration-of where^ tion of the men who produce. ' iT*-;)^-* "An Exhibition Expert - '' -^ni Mr. J. W. McNIool, Lethbridge'Jlji^iiff. ''fV| hlbition manaiger, "who has 'h4f^|d:>?t.'.,;'i'',fil more 'exhibitions* than prpbably';?any.'jtc''y/f^ man in Alberta, spoke ori *<'''^$'i ition and its value to the mixed-farj441.1 mer, bringing out and making,Qlear.'S the great value of the ex^iibltlon'a^'^; ''Jf an e'ducatlonal, factor,' a yita:i';9|gftR''^f;;*''5^^ of development and an advertiser and ' ' "H medium of bringing about the sale and purcihase of, high'Class Eeed'a.hd.' stock. "The exposition hrlngs together; all,' the best stock in the district, and Is' iudged by experts and if yoti are beaten, you have a chance of; asking,. ;� why and tin-ding out your anlmalsf.i;: weakpoints ,,and conqentrating.,;y<3Uif,/ efforts on those pointltov " ' " fContlnueit 'on page eliminate , m 8) '? "v: . HUNGER, STRIKE BILL d lipndon,' April ,23./~fThe \mk6" hill designe4','b'-^h�l;W,E?^-L ment to do awjy with fo^a'iSll^^st^ ing 'o'f' suffragettes S9j:V;p