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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLL'MK VI. TWELVE PAGES Lethbridge, Alberta. Wednesday, April CENTS A'umber 112 IS AT TOP Spring Stock Show Opened this Morning-Farmers Too Busy to Attend If tlio man wore not In mch sooil form today, It might have Slumukin, Punn., April 25. The button strike" which began yesfecr- iniues or" the Mineral Six thousand men ate idle. The ike is designed to compel non-uri- workers to join tlio union or quit the mine. boon better for tho flrat Spring Stock (J ftt Show to ho hold under the auspices Mining company, extended today to of the LetribrMgo Mshlbfioii Hoard. With Old Scl auilUiiK hlB moat bo- U'ree of the company's coUict- cotmtoruneu, Ilia farmers are and two independent operations, busy In tuu fluids, and there Is no ono (o oppose tho fjiet that 'the farm- ers are necessary to mako a. spring Block aaow a mijccuas, vvliatlior it ho In Sunny Alberta, or In -the iimnlty on thu conUnent. jVuverlhoU'ss, LulhbriAgo's first BprliiK Stock Show id deserving of thu ii-Ucmlajiet1 M cltizenB of IjOtli'brldgft. Tho on trios aro not many in number, but In mmilty, sz- -pfidally In tho ease of the horsu class- en, they moro than, inako uji for uny ciai'ielency that might bo no'ticod in, quantity, Altogether in all stock clius- LT LT J ea, thovo are over soveaty-fiva en- nand-tO-Hand trios, which is considered vary good ouo romombei'ft thu lutenesa of tho sermon, tuid -Mm fact that the an- niml exhibition ia coming off only two uionthu from thin wwok. There are about forty entries In the liorse oiusses, nbout twenty-five In the GUN ONTARIO LEGISLATURE HEFUS- ED TO ALLOW TORONTO TO BUY ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT _J TO CHY OF J. W. McNICOL spoke- at the Mixed-Farming Convention today Toronto, Out., April liy u vote of 22 to U the private commit-: tee at the parliament this iimrniuc decided to aniiim- ii'gis- l.itiou with regard to the proposi-d purchase of the Toronto railway mid Toronto decide light in Toron railway company a j "It. will be remarked Chair-; man I- 11. Lucas-, "for tlie de- partment to strike nut any reference to (lie Toronto Klectric' L'usht com- pany." TAKE SCUTARI AFIER MONTHS OF ti.V.tlu, ami ono in the counter Results in of Plucky Fortress Cettiuje, Montenegro, April 23, and hofia. After a final desperate attack laat- eheop aro not represented at all. Timing twenty-four hours, the Montoue- woriBon is not Ami them IH on- grin troops forced thoir way into of hogs, this belnp Scutari, the fortress that tor six ml for by reason of them being no; monthn, since the mlddlo'of Octobor juiaoH In this clash, tho Exhibition' 1912, had offered a stubborn and Board merely Riving exhibitors the, horolc defense. The 'assault which opportunity to show their Block ao igavo tho ftibmonegrinB possession ui that interest iu thifl department of. tho city, which haa been the sole oh farming might bo Increaecd. Meet of-their war agaiiiut Turkey, lie- ThB burftoB shc'wn UPS _nf _excellent j gah Monday-, night.-'The Montenegrin quality, Ono of tho iargust exhlbt-' army toqk tho offeniiivo along tho on torn is Golbrafth Sous, of l'7dmon-tradi- ditiou he inherited. English- men make good Canucks, but they fire none the less Eng- lishraen. TonigJU the Daughters and Maids of England will be the hostesses at a reception and at home in the S. 0. E. hall, commencing at 9 o'clock, 13v- cry mem-bu'1 ot the S. O. E, ia cordially invited, especially 'f visitors in the city. There will he the choicest of Turn out in honor of the .Homeland. .j. The Counsel Appeal the 1 -Case W. Kilinchurgh, charged with break- at the instance of a man named J. Alexander, and tbe sentencing of Frank Henry to six months imprison- ment on a charge of keeping a house of ill fame. town has been in a j turmoil of excitement for a year past over the conflict between the police and bootleggers and there have been three different cliiefs of police since the beginning 01 the year. Gibson In arresting Alexander, .had used his baton and broken it over Alexander's head, but the aiau escaped and sub- sequently brought a charge against 'the chief of police, who was arrested- Judge Noel in dismissing the charge said that Gibson should have boen more careful, but Alexander had giv- en provocation, Frank Henry appealed from, a decis- ion of Inspector Raven, sentencing ing into a C.P.R. car laafc December him to four months for keeping a dis- with intent to steal, was up for trial j orderly house in addition to a before Mr.