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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TWELVE PAGES Lethbrirtgc, Alberta. Satiiiday, April 26,1913 PlilCE-FIVE CENTS Booy OF mmm" mm iiiiDii Commissioners Ruled that Parties Who Worship in Little Hali Constitute a Church North Lethbriage doos not get a hotel thiB year.'� This was the niUng of the Board of Iiicetisa Commissioner, who mal. this morning in the Odd feUows' Hall, to hand down their decision in tlie raatt&r oC the applications; of Byrou B. McCarty and ii. L. Richardson Ear retail liquor licenses on Thirteenth street Norlh. The decision ends a controversy which has �waged since early last fall, when two applications were mude. The whole case hinged atoout the decislo > � * $20,000,00 LOtirSlKE BUT IF BELGIUM WON EQUAL SUFl^BAGE IT WAS MONEY WELL' LOST Brussels, April' Z6. - Competent | economists reckon-money loss caused December 2, and therefore claimed i by the recent strike tor equal suf-prlority for Mr. Mccarty. W. S, Ball, 1 frage at $20,000,Q|)0. This the; So'ci- appearlng for the church and those la North Lethbridge flgliting the granting of the license, held that, while the lease was not signed until De- alist leaders declare,., has been well lost if the country has thereby won equal sulTrage. Tlje strilce ended in most of the industrial town a of the cember IS, 'the church had a verbal | provinces today. A good many mln-lease on. the property, and had occu-i ers still refused tti, descend the co?il pled. It for elRhteen months pTevioUfl to bi^^filghlng Of the lease. > , In rffliy, Mr, ahepherd claimed that the' notiwv-'Of'the church auithorltlea in:sia-n^ng-ithffj'eaae,^ was taken merely ^to pr�vflnt',rth6 � graivUn?,of a llcenii^e, "ana'-tbat. Werel'o,V'Qv**tTle wh'Ole � (luefi-Hon shoultl ,he 'fconslderEd on Its ;' moHtg.''Mt: nail 'did not deny that, theletise was algnt-d in order that It" might be eaalei- to 'prove to the com-miiflsloners thnit, the church really e.v-Isted, but hf claimed that-the verbal lease morally bound theih and therefore, his clienbg could n&t be acciiseJ of sharp practice. Id. summing up, Mr. McKercher .said: "In the matter of the applica-tionls of B. B. McCarty and B. L. H.lch-ard^on for retail liquor licenses, v/e Tecwnmend that thev toe not granted, as such action would be contrary to ifche provisions o? the liquor license act, .which provides that no hotel ahalV ibe located cloaer than 600 feet from any church." Several local minUtera were present. Rev. A. C. Bryan berlng consplcu- pits, .but it is bfeUqved- by Monday evenint; theSe insiirgbrits against; the -qFdqr,of;the''.national congress . will obey. �� : � �� ii'i... ..'' . . BIG ElBITitlS Number 115 . ���� � MAY NOT REM Fil Passed Very Restless Night and Family is Apprehensive As to Outcome London, April 26.-Grave anxiety is caused by .iJie condition of her Royal Highntss the Duchess of Connaught, who, it is reported, passed a somewhat restless night. The improvement of the past few days has not been maintained. His Royal Highness the Duke of Connaught, at the Canada Club, yesterday, made no secret of the Duchess's serious -condition, whom he' described as having.been on two occasions at death's door. Their Majesties Klng-GeoTge and Queen Mary visited the Ducheiss yester,day for the flrat time since the operation. "I i PRODUCE IRKET DELIVERY SERV TO START AN INQUIRY OiUawu, A'pri! 25.-.Taaeph F. Kain-villn, :M,P., v.a.s informed today by Hon. \V. r. \Vh\Ui Uiat. be would forward to tlif! Canadian ilankers' as'o-ciatioii the cliiirgn miide by Mr, Rain-villc that the assioclaflon arbitrarily eiosGd ithe ijaiilc of Sto. Il.vaciuthe, when its condition was solvent. ITpon catc that they will give their receipt of reply tlio .Minister will con sidtT the necessity of inquiry. Project Presented to Merchants by Board of Trade~Some Benefits iiPRAY TOMORROW E REP i Government of China Asks Christian Churches to Offer Special Invocation FARMCREDIIS COIWiyjlSSION WHICH WILL TOUR EUF|0PE MET AT BANQUET HALL IN NEW YORK Dr. A. J. Brown, chairman of the If the merchants of the city indl- sup-- port, a meeting of tlie retail section of the Hoard of Trade will he called some day next week to discuss the ([Uestion of a central produce market and a union delivery system combined. Such was the import of a state-nient made to the Herald this morn^ ing by Secretary Hay of the Board of Trade, who i.s one oE the prima movers oi the proposition, Tlie scheme is entirely co-operatSva and there are grave doubts as td whether it would be looked tipon favorably by the merchants, but therfl are many arguments ia favor ol it, and there will be placed before tbo members of the board, and if endorsi ed by them steps will be taken to have the proposal take tangible form. The idea of a central produce mar* is to give the farmers a place to market their produce. Some ratheis sharp things have been said about ; the merchants by the larmers t-iia ; AT GHENT KING ALBERT BUSHED BUTTON AND OPENED feATESTO THE PEX^PLE, H.R.H. DUCHESS OF CONNAUGHT/"WHOSE; JLLNESS REVEALS DANGER OR FATAL' TERMINATION fE STAR BOATS London, April 26.-In view of the movement now m progress to equip British liners -with guns^ supplied by the admiralty for the purpose- of de-'j fence in war time the Times this morning discusses the position ol the White Star Co., which, thoush Ghent, Belgiuhi, A'prii 16,-King Albert of the bettiansv PPSped 'the international expt||itiQn here this afternoon. The cet^mpny took place In the palacB pi festivities. The. King stood amid the ert(Js of thousands ,.of thouHiind of rhododendronds, azalias registered in this country is controll-and blooming ros? trees while ho ed by the International .Mer'cant:iij touched the button; opening the gates jMarine_Co. of America. ou*"ln his'opio^tlbn* t^'tJwi ^^.^^^' * the general puhUO.,; The King was - . I accompanied by Qtieen Elizabeth and their oldest son lf�rinbe';Lebppld\ The royal party. viaite4 every'part of t)i6 exposition. The 'streets -of the i; city were set with A^enetian malstg painted in the national-cplors';' of elither of the licenses. Weatmin-ator church was also represented, and were well siitlafled with the finding of the. commission, as it'was along the lines urged by th*m ^ver since the applications were applied for. 0L1CS 0 BAD ARM FINED " FIFTY DOLLARS Paris, April .26.-Celebrations In �honor fff the centenary of the famous 'writer,' Antolne Prederric, Ozanam, one ol the founders ofv.the,Society of St. Vincent de Paul, .beain, here tonight, With a brilliant reoeplbjQn;.at the Catholic instituiie. Cardinal Vincent Van-'iitcill presided. Delegates from all j)arts of the world are here for the celebration, including the Right; Rev. �Patrick  Donohuo, of 'West Virginia, representing ilhe St. Vincent, de Paul societies of the iTnlted States* Bad Arm, a Blood Indlt^n, who-was remanded for sentence yesterday Jjy Inspector West, on an admitted, charge was fined $50 and costs this mornlpg of having had liquor in his possession by Supt. -Wilson, of the -R.N.WM.P: Bad Arm, it is said, is. an habitual offender, and the'police wished to teake an example ''of him. , He was given the option of paying thp fine or putting in two months hard labor at the barracks, Harry Tayloiv .who was aTrested yesterday by Sergt; Humby, alleged to have i9upplled the liquor, was remand-jed for trial until Monday, The-Times says : "In this question of armament, there is no room for a twin nationality. If tlie White ;^Star lino is thoroughly British they should be one of the (irst lines to be approached by the admiralty'with an oBer of guns. H this line is . not thoroughly British,, and frankly the facts kno-w it is impossible see how it can be so regarded, then' er'lines. Committee of Reference and Counsel, ; ;;;;k;"^ TlieTerchantl in "reply etat* a committee representing the Foreign .(.^at the handling of produce is un-Mis.sion Hoards of North America, � profitable and thai; very often tha send.i out the following - I butter, eggs, and vegetables offered' "The Committee ol Reference audi' them by the farmers are not sale-, ^, �� able. It would be the a|m 01 a cen-^ Counsel, representing the Foreign p^^^u^g j^^^.t. t, bring farmersj' Missionary Societies of all commun- and merchants: closer together, ions oi tlie United States and Can- if the proposal were to work out ada, urges clergymen of all commun- the merchants would acquire proper-' , ions to remember that the govern- ty in a central part of the city to. � New Yoirk^ Ap'ril 26.-^W.-J. Bryan' meat of China has asked all the which farmers would bring all their ' lipliedises the hearty support of his ue- Christian churches in China to ob- produce. Here they could sell for apartment .to. tiip AfflerKan'� commie, i *!'^�* Sunday April 27th, as a day cash or might be given coupons realm, nh n,.ri,s,,'u;..,i ' .,.,�.oMn, J �' ^'"^^'"'^ China may be guided d^eraable at any store cannected,' �ion on agricultural corporations, J to a wise solution of the ; orit^pwl with the market. The produce' wbnld ' w;hich starts to investigate systems i problems besetting her as a resUit of be graded according to qualityj= and" of farm :oredit8,,Iji EjurppRan cquntries. i the extraordinary changes which'haye merchknts wishing tofilV the'^orders :A m'?^gajss^frgjp;.ihlat tg^ t^^^ place � m'the nation siatfe the- of their'customers would send: ijheirs read tomgh't at;tn&'dlnnois''fel'fen*''i;e*^^^ The government.-reqiies:ts; delivery'rigs to the produce'market J in tfie comiillssion's"honor; al"�^hich prayer lor the national.aasembly, for where everything in that 1 hie.would' ' Secretary Houston, ;df tlie depiu-tment; the president, for'thfe-OCfHptttottrth, ir^Btoicc}; the orders being filled di-, 'of asTiculture was a guesit and ispoke,^,;'.for the^ recognition at the, *3^b|'^l{ip;;�iffei;i^ Irom^'there, ^'itlicmt the ' goods ' ever entering the retail, store. It is' sador to Great Britain. ' ...... ' i . how can the admiralty lend the guns? Then if the line does not fall in with Dhe scheme because of its nationality, it would -seem paradoxical for its ships to continue to 'fly the British flag and work under British con-ditrphs. % . "The � pnly satisfactory solution to ' the diHioulty would seem to he for the British financier to acquire the whole of the Morgan interests. Otherwise since under the new circumstances doubtful nationality is out of the'question, it would hardly be surprising to find the whole fleet transformed'to the American flag." As. the Times further, points out, �on I,similar c iditions apply to the At-to lantio transport. Dominion, and oth- P b KOICH TO HAN AI PRINCE ALBER + 4- -f- ^ -I- h ^ 4-^ ^. ^ LOUIS RAT2, WHO GAVE CONVIQT-IN GEVIDENCE, VVILL ALSO* BE TRIED , ;. I; O;- O. F. ANNIVERSARY .J. -- + Today .is the 94th annivers- -h ary of the founding of the Iii- Hh dependent Order of Odd Fel- j- lows, and tomorrow evening -l* said ihe Moped to welcome t^ie .commission ^perso^liys^ud oftloIaUy at the Ame'riean/'EifibBBsy in London in July. Nearlyfevei-y state and Canadian province w^ere � represenited at the dinner. . , . � Besides Secretary Houston and Ambassador Page,' the speakers included United States Senators Thomas P. Gore, of Oklahoma, and Duncan Fletcher; of Florida, who are feSeral members of the commission; 'Walter Scott, Premier of Saskatchewan, ajid .John, Barrett, director-general of the Pan-ATnerloan Union.' BRAKE BEAM FELL GFREOI DAMAGE WAS SLIGHT - TRANSCONTINENTAL TRAINS WERE HELD UP OVER AN HOUR The Ineome Tax Has Come to Stay , Washington, D.C., April 26.-A comprehensive analysis of the income-tax by representative Hull of Tennessee,' iiif: author, featured today's general . deb ait e of the house. Other speakers were on tlhe program for discussion of the tariff itself; To the suggestion, tihat it is class legislation and a; discrimination betwcien oltl-zens of large means and those without partlcuilar meSiia,'ma- H'jU answered that its purpose was to reach .for taxation those :Who have escaped 'taxes and who are moat able, to beiir >tbein. He declared the masses of the J:peQple:AY^re, psyihg imost of th? S3l2^-":000,000 tariff / taxes, and most of the '.(ft^te and local. ta.\es, sava la a f?iiy v'sta'^ep. No honest.tttx payer bad any-BihlilB to fear, 'hasaid, agal'nst th(j as-'^settloa' that the ta�vv.as. upon thrift. .^''f'iTj^fi^'try an4.:^proflts, Mr.vE-IulI replied t^4t-''tlle tariff was a fflx upon oon- sumption, want, and' even poverty and misiiry, and added that bhe pro-posed Inconie tax, was measured by net pronts or gains, and not iropdsed upon gross income or capital- nor other property. I ; He  characterized the income tax ais, the outgrowth .of centuries of tax lojjlslatlon throughout the world.' . . Vlctoms of oar .'intelligible and Invisible, tariff taxe^' with all their features of Bpollatton and plunder, will welcome the proDOsed tax, the receivers of large locomes and. owners of great 'wealth Bhou|d 'be prepared ta accept It as a petmanent taxj'for,lt ilias. come to iiBtayiv/iUsUfteot -will he to dl3plaoec::|7,0,0Qp^0_pO. derived, from vicious custom hoy6rtt8?atlon to the end that this countty'fftay.have In the future"justice in v|ax^{,jbu,"'fl9jflbll)tty_, and stability of ,rej|;euue?and econojpy' In exDendltures, .-h;.'--^/....... the 'local lodges will coirimem-; ;Orate the occasion by march-ing in. a body to attend divine �|-service at Knox church, ; The .jr annual church parade of the ! Prince Albert, Sask,, April 2fi. '-^.J. order of tlie three links is al- + Emery Koviaoh, Hungarian, abou1^.v.i;' \vays, a memorable aRaif',-and 4* thirty years :old, has hesn sente^ioed ;.J/ toraorrow the order wili be ,^ to hang on July 18th for the murder ,{. present in a larger body than } of Charles Bruggencotc, a Dutchman, .j,. ever. The Lethbridge Lodge }, on the night of February 11, last. 4. No. 2 and Viaduct Lodge No. 4" The jury was out three times; in all ^,53 will meet at this Odd Fel-' + over seven hours, before the verdict .j. ~ was acceptable to Chief Justice Haul- ,4 tain. Louis Hats, who is held on 4. the same charge,, will be arraigned 4 later on in tho present session' of the -J. supreme court,'when Kovlach will- .{. appear as the chief witness the.sanje v^' as Ratz did against him., �;' , �j.f.  IN EDMONTON HOSPITAli Edmonton, April" 26.-^08car'VFon-berg, the lunatic who flhot poUceainn Bailey was brought to the hospital today. He is not fatally wounded, His trial win.depend on the time ft takes him to recover.' >;� low's hali at fi.45. The Miz- .^ pall'liOdge No. 72 will meet 4' in Burgm.ann's hall at 6.30, to march in a body to the OddfeI!ow'.s hall to join the other two lod'^es, and all will ,niaroh in a body to- Knox ejiurch, where Kev. Mr, Cam-�} erori will deliver the' nnniver-sarv sermon. 1- Moose Jaw, April. 26.-The train wreck at Boharm, west of here was not as ba-d as was sit first reported. Seven C^/,-P. R. freight cars were derailed owing to the dropping of a brake beam on the road. Slight damage was done to tihe rolling stock and the main'.line was clear by five this morning. Passenger trains No. 3 and 4, were delayed, one hour and forty minutes. The cars 'ivere soon transferred and sent to their destinations. No one was hurt and the damage was very slight. strong and virtuous men to office. Thfe Chinese government hj^- telegraphed this request to all the governors and high ollicials of - the republic and has instructed them to attend the Christian services. This is an unprecedented action on the part of any Asiatic governraent, and our committee ventures to believe that in every Christian church in North America like prayers i will'*be. offered that day." WILL TRY AGAIN TO GO TO ARCTIC TO GET FUR-, THER LIGHT ON FRANKLIN'S �IISri Ottawa, April 26.-Premier .'JBorden gave notroe,:itod�y .that, next:Tji^sday,' he wljl move., that'from W^id'nasday,; April 30, until itia end of .tli'e s's^sslon the -house flhail 'moet In the;nsornliig; as ^Kell ,aB' the ivfternoon .and ;^yi'aingi' This, ni'-eaji'sthat  busln ess �^o'uldbp; ruBbed; and, 'there are 'predlot)o'na ''that' Ithe House may finish'on Jua^4,j,.':; I' + + 4: 4- '^ + + + 4� + ^ BISHOP OF JOLIET DEAD ' Montreal, April 3B.-^Mi;r. Job. A1-(re'd-iAroJiambault, first Bishop of Jol-let.i;uSekBep' er appreqiable or'nptlt^^ttis-to b'e propprtion than in the east and the-reductions will therefore be corres--, pondingly greater. Several merchants who-htlndle these-lines of goods told-the- Herald this morning that thero.., would be- slight reductions- in the re*', tail prices' of: lihese commodities thls:i year, other things: being equal. ; '' . One point was remarked by .some':: olf the fruit dealers and that'is that? British Columbia fruit growers' thlsj/, year Should' have an added advant-?*:: seen../So .far the'^Vte'ijUpiVcr: the age over those of Washington^ ,ahd' revised: tariISB,)^avB^.nQf.Jf!;�lieen^;ro " - � � known, and: until fruits';%.e,:,actually shipped: in- uiftder the n&\^ copd'ij'ibps it will be hard to -^ay d^ultely ^y^^it th9.. housekeeper "will pr^itU , ^ HpweVer, there is oy^ry'.mdjcatfou, that^ there'-will, be, a^ dQ'%nWftrd,,i,tpn-deriey .pn the price 'pf *ft^V' and small fruits i^his summer. 'lt.,jj(s, aSpjJij^ed t^at' the ^exprpss ,-?atel(', .ffotistTjilje .qoagt ito the prairies",iare 4h^hjs^i''ili^ Oregon from which states' so mUoh of "� '4,); the small fruit used in Lethbridge-, i^fM comes. Wj'tl\ �"Canadian'rates lower;�i'.f ed and the American jatos xofpialpi�g-|f' the same Hit .ynijM-iStatss ttmyf would be pra^'t!oa1Jr;&l�iS%H'oftj:';f|o^yi competition, unless 'a' ODmbInat(ofa rates ,1s given over ;Anietlc&B;'"' Cana^iaJi roads 'ij)bi4|dt*',';t thp � redudtion in' express"? ~ 97 21 41 02 1100 ;