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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TWELVE PAGES Lethbrldge, Alberta. Friday, April PKICE 'Want to be Shown Cause for 55 Per Cent. Increase in Demands Whilo (he work completing the 18111 estimates in lu'l'.l up owing to the helay in preparing a correct statement of capital expenditure, tlio whole council, incUnling the mayor, Ims resolved (6 n-solvo i I sell into a "Show committee. Their Mis- sourlan attitude is dirceti.il toward the I.olhbriilce V. I'. School Board, BURRELL AND COCHRANE BILLS WERE ADVANCED TO THE SECOND READINGS Ottawa, April was con- siderable progress made with govern- ment business today, the Ilurrcll bill the I.OtllbrillliO t 1 uoiini, mini inmiij i mid the cause is the of that' appropriating ten inillion for ag- lioily for considered neces- rjcullure Ule dichranc bill pto- sary to carry on the educational m- viiliiig federal aid lor good roads, botli receiving second reading. The resolution providing for llie creation ti-i-ests of llie city for tho present year. It is not that the. council would. nol, pay that amount if It were con-; 0[ a hoard of harbnr commissioners siilereil necessary. Never before has at .Vancouver was also put through Ihe council questioned the amount jts s, asked for by the school board. Hut' finance minister o! the council has been aroused. The whole trouble seems to lie in The discussion on the highways bill kept the house going until when the l.aiiricr amendment calling for the appropriation of the money on tlio basis of population was de- clared lost without division. The premier announced that minor this: last year the school board got along very nicely with this K0vjtnracnt' bills would he taken up year thr-y are asking more or Prillay. per cent, increitso. Wily iihout 5 ''Show we." The school rate last year on assessment was 5.72 mills. This paid both the public and separate school taxes. This year, on an assessment of over the rate would ho almost 7 mills if the expense of collecting the school taxes were taken into H is u rule fixed hy custom that Hie city council never where the money turnnl over to tho board is to be spent. This year, however, there promises to be a departure from the rule. The coun- cil will ask for a -detailed statement o! the school board's expenditures for anil Hie details of tbo 1013 cs- .timatcs." Estimates Xot Ready Seen by 'the -Herald one of the members of tho school hoard stated that tlmy had spent last year and thought would- bo about the right figure for this year, but as yf.t they hail had no KING ALBERT OF BELGIUM Who Is said to be ambitious am willing to make all sacrifices to mak Belgium one of the groat powers o Europe. S.O.E. WILL CONDUCT SERVICE i-MAGISTRATE. ELTON RE- CEIVES WORb FROM, rs NEST m Made Nearly Half Million Net Profits in Past Calendar Year NO DIVIDEND Owe Banks About Three-Quar- ters Million, Which Must Be Paid Toronto, April' 24.-yArter a serlos FOR A PAINTING l.oiulon. April -Thomiui CainsboroiiAh's painting. "The Market." out at Sir Monti Phillips' collection, was sold by auction today (or SlOO.fiUO. a record price for a Guinubu'r- Northern Desperado is Insane. at Intervals Which Accounts for His Actions REV. DR. McNALLY, Catholic, who has been ap pointed Bishop of Calgary. of unsuccessful; years, shareholder voiy ot the CTOW'S Pass Coal Com-j puny were pleased to have reported KILLED HIS FATHER Scaforth, Ont., April Gordon, a, young [armcr of McKIHop township, Was taken Into custody to and is held for tho slaying MI ftll REIUMED TO w no year iviia was 'decidedly prom- j occurred on tho Gordon farm on Wed- ible, tho annual statement showing nesilay evening, when the son struck Lho year ;E UnnUlU jJlSlWU'tiiC aii-JKiiifr ucot.uj' let nroNts of which, after his father on tho head with a heavy leductlng the debit .balance brought i piece of iron. The elder Cordon s forward from 1911, leaves n. credit ukull was fractured. Mlarice of Not profits were it tho rate of 7.68 pur cent, on tho paid-up capital stock. Nevertheless, there was some spir- ited criticism of thai management at the meeting by eome of the minority sl.a'reholders, Which President Ellas Rogers showed, denim'to quench. According to the 'directors' report, coal mined during ttfo year was 791 tons, compared with 350.-ISS tons In 1911; while coko produced in 1012 was ions against tons In 1911. During 1911. the mines were closed down for eight months on ac- count of tho strike of minors. Profits far ,tho year of tho Crow's Liege Belgium, April ile- clsiuu oi the Nationalist Socialist, Congress at, llrussels ordering a re- sumption of work throughout Hcl- gium will be fully respected by the strikers here and in the surrounding industrial cities. All the factories and ntlier concerns have started again and business has resumed nor- mal condition except at the strol works whose furnaces died down dur- ing the strike. These will he in run- ning order again by next Monday. Attorney-General Bowser Acte in High-Handed Manner With the Redskins (W. A. P. Ottawa, April a-l.-ln the lionse to- Co. woroiJS.SCS, with a total Jay Hon. Prank Oliver moved the'of that company otJfi.sr.s. Tic Nest Pass. Electric Light-and! Power aujournrornT'in'orrtcr that he might Pcrnle anaiMlchel discuss the alleged sale of the Klt-'a credit balance of making a silano Iniliau Reserve at Vancouver. total profit of for 1912 Mr, Oliver said that' he bad asked on Of Maeistrale Elton has received a Monday it the government had any Mr. Rogers' pointed out that during t ATTENDANCE WAS SMALL OW- ING TO MINISTERS "TORONTO PRE- Associated Boards Thinks Help Trade-rAdvise Erection of Starch Factory The grading and Inspection of hay, ns Introduced by tho Associate Hoards ot Trade, and .adopted by the Mixed has mot wi.th auch hearty iiprpovnl that .the. Assoc- iate Boards are how advocating the grading of potatoes, and the establish cabFfrom a brother of the late Wit with "respect to tte j the" yoaTItW Indebtedness to 'the chuYch, returned Ed- j menl o! starch fae- committee meeting to thresh the who committed suicide transfer of these lands, and had matter out. If the council persists ,v inmmn-' tnlil Hint did not. He said his t, n matter out. n me council throwing himsi-; in its me" attitude, however, C v the'-sciiool hoard will have to pn, duee the-itemized list and satisfy the fuurs, will pay public that they are not overspend- ing for educational purposes. The school board will need more money Hum they asked for last year. under a locorao- told that they did not. He said his Ulltiei; a i LOIU [.imb muy nut. n." ibles, "Write, par- information was that the reserve, had culars, will pay all expenses." 'been sold on April 8, and that the Mr. Elton has written a lengthy twenty families of Indians making up letter which could be read to the un- the-band had been removed on tho fortunate man's mother, and has'tenth to another location. He quot- scnt the newspapers to the brother I ed from British Colimbia papers the under separate cover. The local lodge statement that, Attorney-General That is a foregone conclusion, for thc Sons of England have under- i Bowser had paid a quarter of a mil- theie will be the debenture interest 4_ tho receives lion dollars, divided into twenty sep- yoar tne inueuLwunuob u> [8 had" been reduced by ?668.009. montoa where Jie at At'tiTo end of the year it stood at i meeting ot th At tho end or TUB year n oiuuu and since the end of the year faynod ol AHicrta. .Mr the company has paid more to ports thai, sonn. the. First National Bank leaving the busmen was Indebtedness now standing at 000. Pay Off Banks First rSan tory to Jmndle all the surplus supply Bmnll potatoes unt i Mr_ Flll, ot tlle boards, :aBya C0iilil bo built Which were built during 1012. there is the expense of running Manual Training school to be cotisid- ored and the increase in pay given funeral will tal'e place Sunday aftor- j noon from Hurst's parlors. The mem- lodge, are requested to at the lodge at 3 30 tile teachers under the new sc that the tax rate for school purposes will be no higher than last year at the outside and if It can be decreas- ed to five mills the council will feel happj', for tills is a year of strenu- ous financing. At least Mayor Har- die says so, and as minister of fin- ance, ;he is the man with the Mis- sourian smile. o'clock. Mr. Price was not a member rder, but he was an English- would bring comfort to the mourn- ing ones in the home land. HOLSTEIN COW SOLD FOR WERE COMPAR- ATIVELY HIGH PRICE whjch consists ot eighty acres. Mr. Oliver said that his information1, was that the transaction was actually closed and that the Indians had left the-reserve. Ye-t, t.he_covernment on Monday had claimed that they .knew nothing of the transaction. The member for. Edmonton pointed out that the government had the re- sponsibility of protecting1 the Indians both as to their person and property and there was no right in which the Indian required protection more than in the ownership of the lands, set apart for his use and benefits. (Continued on page 8) fnct that the note to the First Na-j the gyuod for the year just past, tlonal Bank was a demand note, and within the power of the bank to be called at any time, it was considered the best policy to pay off this indebt- edness, and to build up a good re- serve.- However, lie said that at the present rate of production, barring ac. cidents, 'it would not be long before the shareholders would be getting some returns. Information Not Given Mr. G.1 O. S. Lindsay, former presi- dent and general manager of the com- (Continued on page of which -ippearrs'le'lsewhc're' in this is- which would handie all the potatoes He said that attendance m Alberta, and make enough starch was not as good as it would have for all of tho western provinces for been had not so many oi the minis-i both cooking and-washing purposes .----------..-i.- attend the (or A. great deal of complaint regai'd- ing the potato market here has been and tihe local merchants ave come in for lots of criticism, 'et one merchant was compelled to rade all his shipments from farni- "rs before he could.sell them at all, nd this work cost him ?2.00 a ton n labor alone, besides the loss from he small and bad potatoes graded rat. The only reason that potatoes are 10 cheap now 'Is because there Is an plus and because they are not preached the; moderator's sermon. Rev. J. S. Shortt, of Innisfail, was elected moderator to succeed Mr. Bryan. Those in attendance from this dis- trict were Rev. A. C. Bryan, Rev. A. G. Cameron, Key. J. Allen, of Kipp; Simpson, of Noble; Rev. H. W. Toofnbs, oi -Raymond, and Hev.. T. Smith, of Magrath. A, J. Irving was the delegate from Lethbridge to" the Women's Con- ference, held in conjunction with the I synod meeting. MISSING CALGARY CONTRACTOR WAS APPARENTLY A SUI- RECENTLY MARRIED Calgary, April body of W. G. S. Hooley, a well known local contractor, was recovered from tho Bow River near St. .George's Island this, morning. Hooley disappeared from Draemar Lodge several weeks ago. During the progress of .a party Hooley left the hotel In his evening That the farmers of Southern Al- clothes at midnight, and since that berta who are anxious to become time no trace was discovered of him really good farmers by until the body was located today. It advice to farm by-diversified meth- is believed that he; committed sui- ods are not afraid to pay the price cide. Hooley liven in .Calgary. lor. for good cattle clearly shown at thirty years mid also spent, some, n ti- the sale in connection with the tie time in the Yukon. He was mar- Spriug Stock Show held at the Fair ried here last fall. Grounds yesterday afternoon. There were not very many farmers present nor were there many cattle to dis- pose ol, but those who were there j snapped up the offerings, siHr-tr-d bin- ding being in evidence. The top fig- ure realized for any one animal was for a full blooded I-Iolstein cow, Eth- el Dixon, bought by 0. S. Crest, Jr., who paid cash for his PUCT- r chase. A four-year-old Shorthorn borough, chairman of the public ac- bull ofiercd for sale .by Den Pawson, counts committee, denies the .state- cold for S13B. Grade liolstcius sold ment that K. 0. Miller would be re- fer ?7B to A ton days' old bull j leased if he answered a greatly modi- calt, full blooded, went for fieil question to the one prcv.ously No horses were offered for sale as I asked. he said, 'Miller will it was considered unwise to auction answer the original; query he will be thrill when so lew tanners were pres- j released today, if not, then he stays' ,uL. I in jail till the house closes." Ottawa, April S. Middle- these Spring Nights Udmontoii, April Arm- strong, or Fonborg, us he is called the vicinity of Chlfmutn, ivas captured early lust night by a Russian home- threo miles west of Chipman, and was taken into that town this morning by Const. Matiliail, of tho Mounted Police. Fonborg, when ho walked up to tho Russian's shuck, wan wounded in two places In tho arm and n tho body and was very weak from loss 'M blood and lack of food ami drenched from wadlnp, creeks. will lie takon to Fort Saskatchewan this afternoon and later hrousht to Edmonton hospital. U wna evidently Fonberg's intention to get to thto north country, but he wnt unable ta do so owing to the fierlonmiens of his wounds, one of which may prove fatal. When interviewed at Chtiiman the prisoner would not talk, but mumbled in articulate sentences, afterwards, however, ho Htralsluoned up and said, "I'll fret them .vol." In appearance ho IB a mild looking man and it L-I only when DIP maniao streak is upon he la danger- ous. A physician has been sent for from Lain out. Wounded and limping Fouberg fled through tho brush with tho Mounted Police in dill chaso after him and tho .finish of his freedom was expected, soon. Fonberg'a wound, which 'Im- peded bis progress and caused Ills un- doing was received just at dawn this morning. The guard set by the polico lay In wait all night at tho Some- stead shivering In the chilly hours without fire or light, ready for the re- turn of the maniac. Not a sign was noticed throughout the hours, but at tho break of day shots rang' out from an outhouse; to the east ot where Fonberg'a 'old shack lay. Five dhots lu all wore fired. To Johnny Lee of Toneld belongs tho. credit and 'honor -of. when ho omorBed from tho brush lu the half light and having fired tho first shot.; Not a sound was heard, but as tho fleeing, man tore oft Into the brush a decided limp was evident In the poor light and evidences of blood were found when tho light im- proved. As soon as there was snC- Bcient light to permit tho man hun- ters to set the tracks, a pursuit.was started In a generally northwester- ly direction. The general belief that Fonberg was lying within the brush a few hundred yards ot tho homestead and that It would hava been possible for ihim to have at any time yesterday to have picked of( a half dozen of hiB pursuers. nut on the market in graded lots, nor properly bagged. The Calgary Quotations now are "rom 7Bc to 05c per cwt., and the supply comes chiefly from the Okan- agan Valley. This supply is properly graded and sacked, and Southern .Al- )erta potatoes, which are .not graded, mva a poor chance in competition with the Okanagan product. The necessity of grading potatoes seems now to be very apparent. It will put our article on the. market prepared to compete with the beat, Then if there is an over supply.they can be sent to the starch factory at good profit. Sell Spuds Now The Associate Boards wish to ad- vise the farmers to dispose of any "spuds" they now have on hand, at almost any price, because large ship- ments from Idaho and Washington are coming in now. It is Hie :end of the season practically and new potatoes will be on the market before long When this occurs -the old "spuds' will be worth little or nothing. In. the state of Maine, one year, i an over suunly in potatoes forced all sections of the state to build starch factories, and It has been found -that potatoes bring uiore pro- it from the manufacture of starch than they1 do when feti to stock or consumed .as human" Tfood. The sur- Dlus of potatoes in Maine, whicic at Srst seemed, a blow to the farmers, nas turned out to be a boon to them, and potato 'raising is one of the most profitable industries in the state of Maine. Southern Alberta is Ideal ideal for the growing of potatoes, and it is not difficult to believe that in a very short time similar results will follow here. Lethhridge has been named by the Associate Boards ns only logical point for the erection of starch factory. N DEFAULT THREE MONTHS IN WAS PROMPTLY PAID Mr. Justice Simmons today nandeil down his decision in the case of Rex vs. Beardsley, on which the jury ;erday brought -a-verd'et of "guilty." Beardsley was fined ?100 an-d costs or in default of payment, three months in jail. Beardsley paid- His flue. This is a most important decision, and is the culmination ot a fight in- stituted by 'Chief Davis to stamp out gambling. The gamblers, convicted ana. fined, under the city bylaw, ap- pealed and the police were compelled to conduct prosecutions un- der the Criminal Code. The Beards- ley case was the first ever, carried to the Supreme-Court ynder the Crim- inal Code, and Justice Simmons-.sen- tence is therefore Important in that tence is therefore important in that it the police force. London, April "unknown philanthropist who is always in at- tendance at the police court when suffragette leaders are brought up, today paid the flues of {15 and inflicted on Mrs. Charlotte Des- nard, Miss Nina Boyle anu. Mrs. Wood yesterday. When they .reiuscrl to pay, they were sentenced to 11 days 10 days, am! seven days im- prisonment respectively iii default, but today they were released. ;