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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta } r t 1 VOLLMK VI. TWELVE PAGES Lethbrid^e, Alberta. Wetliicsrtay, ApiMl 2:{, 101 a PKIOE-l IVE CENTS Nninbei 0 Spring Stock Show Opened this Morning-Farmers Too Busy to Attend In Tf the woather uian were not Buch good form today, It might have boon better for the first Spring Stork ! ^j^^pp n)iucs Bhow to bo ARE FIGH IHEC Shanokin, Pcnn., April 23. The button strike" which Iicgan ycstcr- ot the Mineral held ntidor the auapices of tho I^thbrldge Kxhlbtion Board. With Old 8cl smiling his moat benign countenance, tho farmers are busy In the field?, and there Is no one to oppose tho fact tliat the farm-eiip are neceHsary to muke a eprlug stock ahow a succesB, wliother it bo In Sunny Alberta, or in ithe moat thickly ijopiilatod agrloultural con�-niunity on the continent, NovertlielflRS, Lethbridgo'B firKt Spring Stock Show is destrving of the a-ttcndance of the citizens of I-othbrldge. The entries are not many in number, but in rjuallty, ea-ppcJally In the ease of the horse clasB-es, they, more than, make up for any ? > ? ;uid make an investlgaUou of the syBtem of agricultural credit ba':iks. *i'he delegatt-f, appointed ar-a Dr. Tory, president of tho Alberta (Inivirslty and A. Hramley Moore, ex-member of the legislature for Alexandria, and author of "Homo Rule for Alberta," who win sail from New York this week. On their return they will present a report to the goveriiuient which will he made the basis lor leiris-lation which may be introduced to extend better credit to tl:e (armors of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Alberta are the only two provinces of Canada represented on the inquiry. ALVERSTONE WON'T THE JOB OR. Al OIEO SUDDENLY MENTALLY AND PHYSICALLY ILL HE REFUSES TO RELINQUISH J POST IvOndon, April 23.-Although Lord Chief Justice Alverstone Is lying so close to death at his Kensington residence thait ho Is merely the shadow NOTED CALGARY SUFFRAGETTE WAS VICTIM OF AN ATTACK OF DIABETES ARE KRU RYl Calgary, April 28.~-The death of Dr. Amelia ^e(tmans, one of tht' first women to practice medicine in Western Canada, occurred suddenly last SERIOUS INSINUATION OF CRUEL TACTICS TO INCREASE MANUFACTURING BUSINESS Pittsburg, April 1:3.-Hardly ton per cent of Pittsburg's 7,000 school children arc in attendance at tho sessions today, wliile tho disorderly pro cessions of children through the streets that characterized yesterday's situation, have boen suppressed b} the police, aidtxi by parents. Large numbers of children congrogateu about tho school house, but were soon scattered by a detail of police that has i)een stationed at each of the 132 schools of tlie city. The children arrested yesterday whilo carrying banners demanding tho removal of S. L. Heetor, K\uierintflnd*Mit of schools wore today brought before tl\e police maslstrate ami after a reprlmai^d, were turned over to their parents, Tho police under orders, are to re-frajn from arrests of school children unless they annoy iiedeutrinns or do damage, A hundred Or more pupils of high schools refused to attend ses-sion but moved on when ordered to move away. All available patrol men are still on duty because of the "School Strike." No aujiouncoment had yet been made whether the citizene selected by the board of education. yoFterday to investigate the rellection upon the character of Supt. Heeter, will cept tho duty imposed on them. ac- of himself, and he is practically a llv-! Ing skeleton, he persistently refuses ! night of diahctes. Mvh. Yeomans was 1 perhaps more i)ronnnently idcntifi.d witli woman's movements in Western Canada than any otlier person. She was 71 years of a;^e. At the time of her death ;\Irs. Yeomans was hon- to retire from office, and, due to his -weakened mental condition, stoutly, insists ho will be at his old place in court in a few days. Of course. Lord Alverstone will never be able to occupy his seat on , the bench again, but the peculiar atti-;orary president of tlie Ottawa K.jUal tude he has adopted, despite strong Suffragette associat on, and honcrury pressure in high quarters, renders it president of the (.\ilgarv Sul^.-agette extremely difficult for the authoHties | reliL';ion'she was an to make any move. Their desire is to avoid hurting l^rd Alverstone's feelings by forcing his retirement, but it is clear tiiai some drastic stop will be necessary shortly in the interest of tho public. Anglican. She was rather prominent in ilio recent ])olitical campaign and was descri[)Cd hy T. M. Twcdie as a "hirel'ng of tlie Sifton povern-menta atutcmcnt which e\okeri strong protests. Paris, April 22.-The entire press, except the anti-militarists, are preserving an extraordinary silence about the Krupp scandal. The absence of editorial comment is taken generally as a courteous rebuke to the German outbui^ts on the "Nancy" incident, and not as a susplcioua sign of the truth of the charges, which, except in one or two cases are daid to be highly uncertain. The Figaro, the only paper as yet' directly accused, does not deny that it received Krupp overtures, merely stating 'that it never printed the alleged articles to Increase French hatred of Germany. The Temps last night carried a se-i verc editorial on the repetition of tho RESULT OF APPEAL EDSON CHAP DIDN'T SEEM IMPRESS THE JUDGE VERY MATERIALLY TO Edmonton, Alta., April 23.--Two sen- Hi.s Wor.ship I^Iayor \\. 1). L. Hardie extended a gracious welcome on behalf of the city. Hc said that he was iio farmer and couldn't give any advice along farming linos, hut as an ol)sprver nnd business man, hc has hpf^n aware for some time that a change from tho present method of farming is neerled. Ho pointed out; the very intimate relation cxlstlnfT between the citi/cn as a consumer, and the farmer as a producer, and said thnt the producer should study the demand of the consumer and produce accordingly, and the consumer siiould lielp in the organization ot markets so tliat lie will know where) to get what he wants. A Hearty Greeting In closinc, Mr. Hardie said : *'Oit behalf of the city of Lethbridgo I extend to you a warm and hearty welcome, and may our combined efforts apply on the building up and advancing of our country, our city and ourselves." Mr. Fj. Adams, president of th tt Lcthbridge l^^^chlhition Board, who is in quarantine, could not deliver his address of greeting, and a few remarks were made in his stead by Allen Jack, extending a hearty welcome on behalf ot tho board. Mr^ Jack was especially glad to welcomq tho ladies. In speaking on the subject of mixed farming later on in the program, Mr. McNicol declared that Mr. Adams was greatly interested and was sorry he could not be present.^ ''But lie is engaged in mixed farming subjects just the same, even if he is in quarahtine. If chicken-pox isn't mixed farming, I don't know what is," Bald he. The Reply Mr. K. N. Harker. president of tho A.ssocijile Hoards of Trade, responded to the wclcvome for those corning from outside points. He teaid that the Associate Boards could claim the honor of launching the convention scheme, and were naturally gratified to be present. He thanked the mayor, council, board of trade, exhibition board, the press, and all who had indirectly helped in bringing tho convention to life. The policy of tho Associate Boards is to support tho farmer in any progressive measures, whereas thf) local Board of Trado caters more to the business interests of the towi, bringing matters of moment to the farmer, to the attention of the Associate Boards, " He spoke of the wave of enthusiasm tliat commenced 10 years ago, when the first turkey rod wheat began to show its adaptation to the country, and how that wave had spread since, farmers from all over tho world being attracted to Alberta. The main attraction was wheat, and everybody grew wheat, ignoring the stock proposition and the possibilities of developing it. 'All this fev-eri.sh haste w^nt on without a con-* sideration of where it was go;ng to lead, with tlio result that markotf facilities, having not kept pace with other development, are meagre and altogether inadequate, and tho poor farmer is up against U as regards market facilities. Mr. Barker . thought that stock raising and grain growing should be amalgamated, and a "clefmite system sational Incidents in Kdson's recent history have been concludod by the dismissnl on tho charge of which I Chief of Police (llbson was arrested at the instance of a man named J. 1 of marketing that would insure fain NEW DESTROYER READY G'lasgow, A-prll 23.-The new 29-knot ocean going destroyer, Achates, has been delivered from the works of John Brown & Co., Glasgow, and 1b ordered to be commissioned by Com- Two More Miners Crushed to Death I Fernie, B. C, April 23. - Herbert Ashland and James McDickeu, two mander F. P. Simmons, with a Ports-j niiuers, were killed by a fall of Coal PiOS ABLE Home, April 23.-Pope Pius continues to make satisfactory progress In his oonvalosence. He arose from bed at half past ten this morning and was allowed by, tho physician to walk A few steps to his bedroom. His temperature was 97. Ho suffered less from prostration and his streugth had imi>rov6d althouiih his cough hurts. mouth crew, for service In the fourth ' destroyer flotilla. c i> ^ �> ^ ^ > > ing into a C.P.K. car last December with intent to steal, was up for trial before Mr. Jusfce K^inimons. Tho case is the seiitiel of that in which the two men, .Miller and Williams, were convicted and sentcncd in tlie district court by Judge Winter, ivin-nebnrgh elect ng io he tried at the supreme court. 11 occupied the attention of the court the whole morning and was continued into the afternoon. Accused is at present employed by the G. N.R. at Great Falls. He was found guilty. The judge stated a case for consideration of tho Court en banc at Calgary as to whether accused was on-titled or not to a trial by jury. Ill tho meantime, the accused is admitted to bail in 2 suretiea in $500 each. ' �' ' ' "  him to tour months for keeping a disorderly house in addition to a $490 tine for bootlegging. Judge Noel not F only uphold the sentence but added two months to Henry's term. V V ? A fiSTABLISH A RECORD Sydney, N.S.W., April 23.- The battle cruiser. New Zealand, while on her voyage between South Africa and Australia, was simultaneously in wirele&'=i communication with the two continents. This la believed to be a record distance. ? ? prices be arranged by the organiKa-" tion of the men who produce. An Exhibition Expert Mr. J. W. IVfcNicol. Lethbrldge Bx^ hlbition manager, who has headed, more exhibitions than probably any man In Alberta, spoke on tho exblb-Ition and its value to tho mixed far* mer, bringing out and making clear, the great value of the exhibition 88 an educational factor, a vital organ' of development and an advertiser and medium of bringing about the sale and purcbase of high -clasB seed and stock. "The exposition brings together all the beat stook in the district, and is Judged by experts and if you are beaten, you have a chance of asking why and finding out your animals' weak.points ,and concentrating your efforts on those points to eliminate (Continued on page 8) BILL 1 London, April 23. - Tho ''butrger strike' bill designed by the) goVejni-: / meat to do away with forcii^le .ieed^' ing of suHragettes serving-'^rJ^SSf:!!!^ prison, and which has Iieen oaUfed the\> "cut and inouse"-hill hy the it^^lntauti suffragette, passed its tliixd t'?4M}nS ? *> ? ? ? O ? ? ?^^?liiijj; by vote of 291 to -1 - - x4 Jm h - r M 86 ;