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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta C.P.R. Also H^ve Plans Endorsed for Kipp to ' Retlaw Line WHERE IT GOES Touches Diamond City and Taps the Iron Springs-Sundial Country Ottawa, April 34.-The route o� the Suffield line from Mile 57 to Blaokte was before the Mlnleter of Hallways and Casals for approval, Formerly thlg Una was to ran to Klpp, but the C. P. K. champed Its plana, and i� bringing In the road northwesterly from Retlaw, as previously Intimatsd in 'the press. The actual route, however, was never known until the map was laid before the Minister, stnd which hc has Just approved. The line will go almost due northwest from Retlaw to Lake McGregor. It keeps close to the �aBt side ot the lake, crossing that water between  ranges 21 and 23 In towns.hlp X9. It then goes practically due north to the borders of the Blackfoot reaerve, and then strikes westerly to township 20 in range 24, and thence It proceeds northwesterly to Blackie on the branch ot the. C. P. R. That the C, P, R. has not abandoned the line to Klpp is made certain, bo-cause on the very day that the Blackie extension was approved, the Mims'ler also approved a new route for. .the branch from Klpp to .t>e ,Suf-flel(l line. It will run through by Dla-mond Oity. and Ohiuook, vlS. Iron Springs Sundial to Retlaw, and being Lethhrldge Into touch with all (the ricii 'end .well-settled country north of the cUy. Mr., Buchanan has the assurance' that this Klpp branch will be hullf and in operation as soon as the Sut-tield-Bla'ckic Una is completed. Lethbrldgre. Alberta. Thursday, April 24, 1913 PKICE-~FIVE CENTS Number 113 MR. BRYAN'S PEACE Dl WILL &OON A.PPROACH NATIONS of WORLD AS TO PASSING TREATIES THE LATE QEOBQE! HARPER Assistant Supreme >Chlef Ranger 9t the Independent Order-of Forestors, and one of the best,posted fraternal insurance Men on the continent. Washington, April 24.-Secretary 'Bryan's preliminary outline ot hl > of Sutherland has hee& taken 111 with pleurisy at his Lon- ? '-don/.h'ome;',Stafford 'House, .^Staffordshire. la order to take ^ ^ � b*re ofhiD). , - ? BOiS Fully 5000 Bodies Exhumed to be Sent, Home for Interment - ; Loa Angeles, April ^4.H-SpniV'time In the next month a-ship;.will letiye San Pedro with thjs moat gruMon�e cargo that ever lef.^.^.SqutltiernJ C^'li-tornla. The cargo 'wilt fionii'st p^^ remains of nearly glJc' thoufland'^^ ese who have died. Ja .tiis oOuntiry In the last fifty yea&::it;wi^^ largest single shlpin^t iutnan-'r^^ mains In the world's'hiBtcwy;:'ah|;'^^^ preparations have \iiieenv;'i^^^ fbif-ward flo qiiietly that n^.p^pminenthiis heeji occasioned, -� .-Ki Nearly a: year ago) the Chlhia^,ccm-oUdated Banevolent association of flan PranolBco, sonietiineB 'knoiii-n :^a" the Cblneae six co^pfinies;'^tooli' otit permits for the removal/ of the;5.pKip-ese who' are burled in Califprni^; ^ and up to this time have; e^huin^ ai^ prepared them for'sihipment. ; T?^e bodies are oarefuilly wrapped eiaih i;a: a separate piece or goft olpth't aad then placed In boxee and carefully sealed, ' I.-' �. _ f- , When, 'the carfeo yeaohes China, the remains wil} be tak*n in charfjfe by the relatives, and frienijB, ii-ho, ."In many cases have J>eetn 'Waiting for loronto, Ont., Apnl S^t.-The com-1 tu^m aa-..thM6'.Wn�-y*t8r5fi�a'"�Urlie mittee of privileges and elSolioas of j^terred with all due honors thjtt the ]eemtuto was p^Hfd ta^^lhor, g^^^^,^ be awjordeii' t(? such as hafe this rnorning to examme into >harg-,^^^^^^^^ �6ran�e lands. .' . es laid In the .logislaturt yesterday against. Hon. W. J. Hanna and Premier , Whitney, but as five members, of the comniittee were cabinet ministers,; aU pi whom docUned to act, this sesBlbu'was adjourned till this afternoon. Austria-Hungary Sends Ultimatum to Powers-Montenegro in Deteimined Mood London, April 24.-"Take immediate combined action to turn the .Montenegrins. out of Scutari or we shall do it alone;" declared a circu-lat note sent by^tfie Austria-Hungaijc-'' iian goverjunent to the powers today.'The note, it is said, IS virtually an ultimatum. 'Austria-Hungary declares she can-.not permit the Montenegrins to flout' the decision of the great, powers as to Scutari. The prestige of the-Eufo- Mixed Farming Convention Asks Government to Locate Storage Elevator Here ? The proposed-.^stera of in- ? endorsed by the Mixed-Farm- meat outlining Tthfttfnbt, and ? liethb'riii'ge as > > the most .oemtral an^' conven-}> lent place In the, south for the * ? location of one of thenii^ ? : The, mlx^d', farming;'conven-> � tlon was placed i-onsi a pcrman- ? ent basis by the'Initnicting of >� Mr! lAthrbp, to/name an ex- eciitlV'A of five i members, two to be. members lof the United Farmers of Alberta, one himself,'and the other two to he ? men best qualified, after care-: ful consideration for the work > of making " the; next conven- ? tlon a big success. The ut-: most satisfaction was express-�> ed'with thls^i^ year's meet, es-> peclally owing 'to the lateness of the season, and it was felt ? that good work^would result. > ? HURRIES 10 WESTERN STATE WILL HELP FRAME ANTI-ALIEN LAND LAW CONFORMABLE TO TREATIES ? * � Ybnlfers,?N. commission with po'wer to elicit in- Y.; Hon. W. H. Gushing, Galgary ; formation was urged ; reasonable re- Geo. Cushmg, Hegina ; A. B.. Gush-| ^^ke a start in farming; by .Ibanlhg:; ductlon of any duty obviously exces- ing, Calgary, and A. T. Gushipg, ^d-\ioney to them for that speoiflc pur- sive was advised, and radical reduc- monlon. The interment will be at' . crusade asainst usurers; tlons not..{ou5dcfl,on Adequate Infor- Kennilworlh, Ont., on Tuqidax, Ap-;^,}^ fostering of thk spirit of e^itw-' The Co-operatLve Credit bank system was further discussed this morning at the Mixed Farming Congress by Mr. Woodbridgc, at the invitation of the chairman. He cited the great success met with by these farmers' banks in Europe, and how they were intended to fill up the gap between the common usurer or money lender, who extend absolutely no relief on mercy to the holder of a note wheq it once becomes due, and the loan ' societies. The Co-operative bank was nevea meant to displace the ordinary bank, but simply to iill a need not supplied , by the ordinary bank, and to act aa feeders to them. Mr. Woodbridge brought out the value ot the Co-operative Credit system in encouraging tlirilt, social upr lilt, and the taking, of the integrity of the members, and the capitalization of their-honesty as the basis-for establishment. The great success experienced by;' the many societies already in. opera-, tion, was attributed to the main objects of the organizations, whidhare: the protection of members against wise and prudent loans ; to > enable � persons devoid of. fortune, but who are capable, honest and thrifiy;,': tS ; The death took place this morning I nation were dpposed in a minority._ril 21)th. W. h Cushing >W8-for i p^igfand tK  ^^^^^^ at the.family residence of George rpport presented to the house today Ontario today and .A - ti.' Oulihmg Jj,,gj.ote knowledge of economic sot' .Lawes Vrooman, after a brief ill-] by Representative Victor Murdock, leaves with the remains tomorlrow a!- ^^^e and questions touching on thd ' ' � of Kansas, the progressive member,tcriioon. - .. .& ., of death; .Mr: Vrooman was 64 years - . . ,of age.and.was horn at, Vrooman- pean nation.s has been-violated, says fton, Victoria County, Ontario. He ness. Typhoid lever was the causa - Thr^a^Tud^'^ commlt^^^^^^ Mr.'Murdock .jnvUiis report assumed if therethad been-AVanting proof of w�v,� ^"^ "fMrtTT V Tnv |the pending democratic tariff bill Z'>�rjL^''i:T'^:l.^^^^^^ >t. ho charged tne note, and Austro-Hungary ^ :y;ala7m'ortiruiB"c^^^^^^ l^'' necessity ot^ a tariR commission mands that the powers decide " . ...... ----i the nehdlne democratic tariff bill promptly on the step to be taken to restore the prestige, adding that If the powers should, be unable to. reach a decision she will see to it herself, that the will of Europe is respected and that the Montenegrins vacate Scutari. Montenegro Defiant ' Cettinie, April 24.-"Soutarl is alist stock, h;s grandfather having been a rioldier. He came to Leth-bridgu about ten years ago, and for some time was engaged in the hardware and implement business. Latterly he has been a member of the; a party measure cannot have Customs house staff. He was a like-1 i______^^^^^ ,� that as a result of the methods used in its preparation the few men who drafted it "are not warranted in feeling certain as to its effect. Most of those who have introduced m cau- CWES AGIST " ONIIO MINISTERS WHITNEY AND HANNA CON-FRONTED WITH CHARGES WHICH DESPATCH DOES NOT .SPECIFY SIR . d'pn/^i ld... doesn't. know TorqflitO,,j' April 24.'--Slr Donr.ld w; 'Mann' ,of 'the Canadian Northern ' Hallway, lii,an. iptervlew, denied; ohj' -V knowledge of the gran'tiag of' a ,gov--i I'';" '"'erhinent loan of fwenty-five miDloiis .."^ifS-v.fo' the Canadian i korthepn Rflliwiay. � He did not Itnoiy of it, and It had ^ "^'slKiver been confimed 'by bis road. 1^/ .�" . illillliiiiiiiiiiSyiiiM ventured "into s-branjre lands. The Chinese belleye- that thtj*. ey^s never olosa when iurJed 'in, forel^ lands, and this acopunts tor ^h^iex-humatloa of the bodlips. � '-v.'.i' a.wide circle ot friends. He served a from today Montenegrin," was- the. year in the city council and was re-deliant reply of King Nicholas to the garded as a man of exceptional devo-European invitation to surrender the tlon to duty, and had a high regard hard won Turkish citadel. The king f**!" the obligations due the city. In �made this statement in the course ot religion he was an Anglican, and was a speech delivered from the balcony ! a staunch member of St. Augustin's of the royal palace. Among his au- j church. Mr. Vrooman is survived by dience were the ministers of . the 1 a widow, two .sons and two daugh-.Balkan States, who came to'congra- ters. The sons are, H. A,, of Kam-tulate him. "Should Europe sti!I loops, and G. E.^ Vrooman, 'of think ' of snatching Scutari from Brooks. Tho daught'ers are Mrs. C. Montenegro," ho said, "which has M. Arnold and Miss Vrooman. He given her life-blood to take it Eur- leaves live brothers, one of whom is Dr. Vrooman, M.P.P., West Victoria, �=M� T ' H J fvpH tL ' other- than a superficial knowledge ot able man and enioyed the respect of, � ope will have to carry out the task by force of arms." Gloomy Feeling at Berlin Berlin, April 24.-There are many indications here, today that the German, government and public regard the European situation as critical. A high diplomatic official , said�toliiay, "Europe has entered another crisis, as grave as,that which preceded,the Austro-Russlan mobilization. Tiie press bureau of the .German foreign office contrary to its usual custom was not prepared today with a statement either in regard to the ultimatum to Montene-; gro or to the general situation. An. official, however, believed it probable force would have to be employed to expel Montenegro from Scutari. The official view hero is that all the European powers will work together until the problem has been solved. A feeling of "consternation and helplessness was displayed at yeaterday's coiifE-rencB of the ambassadors in Le farmer, in the next statement it ^'^ whichhe had been eni atricken^wlth paralysis this morning, i *^P*"^ American market to for-:S^S"**- BISHOP IS STRICKEN The doctors are with him and Archbishop BruchesI, ot Montreal, is at the, bedside. His death Is expected at any moment. , - Bomb Intended For John Burns' An { oign agricultural and dairy prrduBts. I Chief Davis, the next wltaeBs, fle- "The progressive party's position Posed as to the police raid on De- on the tariff is distinct. It does not eember 13, and identified .the Bxhlbl^ts believe in the democratic position of cards, etc., as those found on-thp which propiis?s to remove all pro- premiers. He also ga-W there.a_'^�bJe teotion except that moidcnt.il to rev-f with half-moon cut out^- similar, to enue. It doesn't believe in the re- those- used for gambling purposes,- publican, position whjch proposes to When he got down to'tlae basement: keep the duties prohibitive, it be- Detective Kronlng a;iid Sergt,'' Bo.w- lievcs'\n a protective posit on which ker were already 'the^e;'and''had'ode shall equalize the condition of com- man handcuffed. ..r., ..j...� petition between the Un:tod States Detective-Sergt. Kronlng; said ' he and' foreign countries, both for the was the first to enter .the. baaemeiit,i.i.,-rt ;, +u, ,h,,,,,, ; -.u^^-ii farmer and maniifscturer, and which where he ^aw the .persons previously, program,,as a'^ParV shall maintain for labor an adequate named. They starte" putttag S'''"^^ the groi^t^^, standard of living. This would be a and monSy away when he called on real competitivo;taiiI!._The progres- them to stop. He took charge of" the financial w'eUare of the members. Henry Wolf, chairman of the,-,10-; ternational Co-operative associaitipn ; Eugene Rostand, president of*/the.., People's bank of Marseilles; Prance.)... Sir Horace Plunkett,- promoteif ot the Irish societies, and nHihyothersi.' were, quoted on different, phases o8-' the question, � showing that v they i,. were indeed a phenomenal . success where tried. Mr. Woodbridge thought.' that the chief argument--in favor 61 iV: Co-operative Credit  associations:^lu.r � Canada was the fact that the BritT-l ish government had allowed the Hlu-' . doos in India to go ahead and �cs-'j tablish these, sooieties among thec^:"' selves. He thought that surely -18,*;.: these Hindoos could- sUcceBsfiilly:op-f5i erate Co-operative systems, .' somai?;., modified plan could be pursued iiaij, : Western Canada. Dr. Rutherford Supports ' ^', Dr. Rutherford heartily reopM-f � mended Mr. Woodbridge's addreflBiV' saymg that he personally; knew/maxiy,�v*: ot the men quoted by .him and-knfcy.'..,; thai/ they were meeting; vwitht*;'riuc; resolutions, commondingVthis -iSSslieiai,.; and recommending to the . legi^fathVa'?^ certain protective legislation .tneed^di';!'::; ^ so that a society might: beltorfltditW'.uK'es:'>s C, A. Pollard, ot Midnapore.'j., erj!;'g pert poultryman for the P. ^urns^ 4 oom^ftny, followed with an snterpst-j, ing address ,on "Fowls and thej!iF{|rT', 'C mer."; � -He spoke, of tho insigntflcaivb" i's-fA^i place the-poultry industry hrough their:'BoH�itor,,F. ,Ji ^O. MpArthur, eucoe?^9d'''ii)',.ohtaiji; Ing- an, Injunction! (rortj."Ohi�f. Juatloe Mathers, restralnlpg ;)iB--.p9liit^r�', .union from *lntorferinjgfvwlth/,^elrf;.\ewi-ployeea, or , with,. th^l>',' bti8Jine5|,vyi to how Montenegro is to.. be Manchester, AprU 24. coerced. The Imperial chancellor + immense window of the Free + ;rv"B parTy" would *oom^^^^^ Z^/pVhT'o.ov 3 and the foreign minister visited , + Trade hall was blown, early + biu! one 'sCheCl? at" a'time. in the I Ter to Chl^f Davis aJ tbrpolce st^ the budget committee of the, imper- + today by a bomb which ex- .+ open, frw fiom the distortion o^ de- , at the poilce-ata iai parliament today in order , td 4� Ploded beneath the platfqrm.^ signing interests and selfish pur-- make- a coufldontial communication ;�} The .police helieye -that the -J* poses" to its xnemb^rs in regard to the. in- bomb exploded prematurely + ternational situation. The caJlceUa-- { and;, was ; intendedto provide 4-tlpn by -Bmperfir-iWiUiam'ot-'his'pr'o- >.j�::a ml^tantsuHragette salute posed trip on,;the, steamship In)pgra-~,Hii*tbr John Burns, president of + tor,'pnd his determination to return 4* ^fieBoafd' of Trade, who is * to Berlin troni Hamburg pn April to speak'in the-'iEree Trade + 28 : ai'e ::atttibuted , in well informed quarters to the. crisis ,^brought;^abo>tt: by the � fall .ol'Scutari. - + hairtonjghii. H' * + + 4- * * .* VO'tjId to.'^^flib, stbikb Brussels, Aiirti M/^TTap delegates' to the Kfttloolii jSq^'lailat Congress voted:j!toc|&yvbyv.ai;.threVfourtha majot-r Ity t9tt^miii|;;c,''t6^t9trlk6; antj re- sume .'w -5i: , Croas-exaflilned: His.- idea, of 'Ha-bte stakes"/was that'every man put l)ts money; on itha; tabl^, and, tb'q -me^n, Vho won took It all, He. was n(Jt faihlUar vylth stud poker,  Sergt, BowkBi:' d?-Bor|{)ed the stalr-i way leading lato'-^e baset^ent, which was narrow, Snd ({own 'Whicli he had toVgo sideways.' �'......' plea that many farmers, .rmake::.tkftt: no decent market 's available''when they do raise the stuff. "This'.hap- , \" hazard style of procedure lyill.;. ipi^:-raise chickens," .said he. .Th6> ikmefj^j-1^* must get next to' thij -fact that' sys*ff)* tern and minute attention to dotaiis'Mii are - the Imidanjcsntais rto-:: ^roflt^; 'poultry raising. liefQie they cahl( peat tq^siicpeed. 'And th'ey'm to profijir|)y<, their liiistakesi amount 'of. motif jfil^^fJ^'-'Jiii^up ii: ats, .f^xpendituremTRvfe-^: ly\^irectad,' and';* tlie{j,fh'�if�y kgiW liow' to' dlrectjij^' (ContlBub^'^on^ � (Continued on pfige 8). 3815 12 2299 68 ;