Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
VOLUMF, A I. KM'K PAGES idKc, Albertn. AVetlnusilay, December IS, CENTS Number 8. 10 BE SUED Will be Followed by 'the Establishment of a Big Agricultural College SHORT COURSES Mr. Marshall Has Also Ar- ranged Series of Practical Demonstration Courses London, Dec. militant suf- fragette named Kitty Martin today indignantly refused to accept the of- fer a fine of instead ol im- prisonment for a month when she was brought up al How street on a chavgc of giving a false lire alarm. In reply In tliK magistrate she de WILL Ml British Paper Says it Will Yet be Accepted by Canada London, Dec. a week- ly review tabes an independent Liberal outlook, especially on mat-i tci's imperial, expresses tin1, opinion clarcd that if she possessed a hun-j today that Sir Wilfrid Laurier's view ili-cd millions she would not pay a "Uiat Canada's fleet should he kc.il, in cent and was thereupon sent to pri- her own ports, will eventually he the Edmonton, Alia., Dee. i view of a great "majority of Cana- will have three agricultural colleges mans assuredly in the IOHR run csUblLshnd in different pacts oi COUNCIL MEETS TONIGHT is "IP. best policy for Knglaml and province, ready lor tlic reception of _________ uic ICmpirc senerMly. However, iho nest [all. The j colleges- will be placed at Olds, Ver- mill ion ami Ularcsliolm, They The City Council meets tonight lo consider lhe new city chaTlcr. Alclcr- idea of Canada building and maun'.rig ships away is a trifle chimer- ical. "The truth declares Truth, not he on very .scales, the dc- i men-elect are invltud to he present, aml Ausiralia arc not sea- sire of the minister of agriculture be-: as are also the Business .Men's asso- inu; to establish centres ot ciatian and the Board ct Trade. Three or four meetings will be held before power, "and all navies worth anything; the chtiner is-ready to send to Ed- grown out of meidi-ant ship- I ping." ill education as widely as possible throughout the province as soon as practicable, Two year courses will. monton. bu Kivon at thuse colli-icii anil es will correspond to two first years in larger agricultural colleges. By the limft tliat schools have been in operation for two years it is nrob- uhifi that'a Central Agricultural col- lego will be established at which all higher branches of agricultural edu- cation will be taught and where stu- dents will ue able Ui lake their de- grees as bachelors of scientific agri- culture just us at the ugii'jullucal v colleges in Eastern Canada and in the States hi order to inalrc the schools as widely useful us possible, entrance will not Ijc restricted to students who have passed matriculation or some equivalent examination. Each student success fully taking a two years' course will be given an asso- ciate diploma.. 'A. McKcnny, head .of His s-ed brunch jn the department of agricul- bus been ap.pojntcd principal oi the Clnreshplm college, and C. L-2. Lewis, .supcriiiluntU'-nt of fairs and in- conDlric.s. The seafaring stinnt goes Tor the creation of sea- DO YOUR SHOPPING EARLY-THERE'S-A REASON NO! BE BIG COME IHIRIV ONE COM Dortmand, Germany, Dec. 18. Thirty-one coal miners are bnUevcA to have been killed by nn explosion of black damp in the Schennaeh mine today. Six bodies have been recover- ed from the pit and twenty-five min- ers arc missing. The explosion was so violent that it is thought 'all wdro killed. THE MILKY No use crying over spilled milk. That is what Mr. Hubbard said Uila when a red line car took n The early morning calls, when the car claimed the right of way at the corner or Sixth avenue and Sixth street South. The wagon came out second-best, and the milk was spilled1. Considering the price of such luxuries as milk, H was a a expensive spill, and the'damage was considerable. hand in the spilling bualneas. milk wagon was making its SETRE ON I MM US PROGRESSIVE GOVERNMENT Regina, Dec. the course of tlie evening in lhc Legislature, Mr. Tm-geon, on the second reading oT the gov- direct legislation bill, tli'o, provisions of which htive Already been published, pointed out. Uiat this was. the most advanced constitutional step ever "a" colonial legislature in In'e! his ol" sliutles. will probably take -charge of (.JUls1 callegc- Shorl Course Schorils Schools of agrieuHm-e are to he -held under the fairs and institutes branch of lhe department; of tnral collect: commencing at Ma- grath on -1 nnnary 1 Ul h. 0 lli'-jr schools will be held at Tabcr, Janu- ary 20th to and at Curmangay January 2 7 in lo February 1st, and schools in othnr parts ol" Hie prov- ince arc bciiis; arranged. Courses of instruction will be given in livestnck, dairying, pmthry and do- mestic science. Three carloads of livestock will lie carried and instruc- lion will be given in breed types feeding, breeding can; and manage- ment. Growing, judging nitd grad- ing ol grain, soil cultivation, rulliva- lion of grass and fodder crops and detection and destruction of notions weeds will bu taught, samples of grain and weeds being used for dem- onstrallon, instruction in poultry I lllc -vcar vvl11 Ilkcll" will ani LAWRENCE FORTESQUE WILL BECOME CHIEF ADMINIS- TRATOR OF MOUNTED POLICE Ottawa, Dec. retirement of Col. Fred White, comptroller of the Uoyal Northwest Mounted po- lite which takes crieci at the eml oi cover housing rearing. Jlairv has been connticlcd with the. Mounted Police since feeding, hatching the promotion of Laurence Fortcsquc courses will sbrt the assislarl comptroller, anil ac- vdrh tin; production of milk and of Llic department. lend to matkuliiis of the fimsbetl u_ product. Farm dairy machim-iy hi; .shown in operation. The domestic, schiencc branch will early days of the force, bavins been lie eunduc-U'd hy Miss ti. Stiven, rfii- appointcrl in ISTfi. He came lo Ot- duait- of tlu? Macdonttld Inslit'ul-s. from the M'l'st to assist in the PrnRlieal demonsLrjitioiis in 1 adnuiiislratioii of the for.ce and has will be and there will be a heen in his present oHice since discussion of household, sanitation and 1909. prevention of disease. Judging; comprlitious will be hold a I ohibit course and there will be prices for efficiency. The courses are entirely free. COUNTRY CLUB BUILDINGS BURNED Vancouver, Dec. er Country Club buildings, worth ap- proximatcly and situated In Point Grey, faelns on English Day, i burned early this morning. WILSON IS IDENTIFIED Vancouver, B.C., Dec. the Iiold-iin man nho "was REV. DR. CRAWFORD, DEAN OF NOVA SCOTIA, RECEIVES i SUDDEN CALL Halifax, Dec, came sud- denly this afternoon to the Dean o N7ova Scotia, K. P. Crawford, of All Saints Cathedral. Ilcv. Cravfonl was in (lie cathedral preparing to last week .1. H. Sinclair, allmillisicr- lllc righl 0, to some children, and while standing at font ready For the ceremony, he Bulgarian Premier Inlimates that Balkan Allies Will Stand for No Fooling AUTO TURNED TURTLE AT ST. THOMAS, WHEELS COMING OFF St. Thomas, Dec. bis auto turned turtle on a level crossing near Andrews, declining to the Hellenic the ar- signs' eventuality of. Turkey raise" hot boycott on' delegates unloss Cirecce niislicc. Tlic allies iii thr course of yester- day's meeting of the peace conictcncc aL ,St. .James pnlare, made it blunr that ibcy would in- without Greece allowed to participate .and Dr. S. Dancfl, the leader of tlic IJulfiiriau delegation is quoted as .saying "It ou Thursday the reply ot the, Ottoman delegates is not satisfac- tovy will break ofi and meet npain at the Tcliatalaja lines Tliat ivill be lhc end of Tur- key hi Jiui-opc." Tlic concensus of opinion here, however, is that the present obstacle will be surninunled by the' and th.it.the leal danger will be over tin; fntujc possession of the fortress of Addanoplc. far MR can Ic seen at present only mediation bv of Ixirtgctn'wu, veuc. scri- oiisly hurt. JMirmic, aged 13, has a broken.leg, wntl Henry, aged 7, in- injured. The front wheel of the unto came ofi ami Lhc car luincil it and instantly- kilieil, while the women were thrown a considerable distance. Prominent Member of Women's Civic Club Expresses Views of Her Sex Votes for .tenants I That is 'problem number 1.. BOYS' FORTUNATE FIND LOs Angeles, DSC. playing along the bank ol -the Los Aneelea river lisd late' yesterday round a cache-of uamite within 75 .teci "of. the police' In- vcstigatioii by the vealed three hundred sticks oE (lit explosive. dynamite ig 75 per cent, 'nil.'o- glyc'trine. EARL GREY PRESIDED AT MEET- ING HELD AT MANSION HOUSE TODAY outside powfr Mn'solve Uv.s pio'-v! Gtcl-. 1cm. Incirtniliilh iMuliT uliil.a'jci- I Governor-General 01 anjrta, was llic ni ilin ll-.iiicmn ical arranacimMit of the of- 1'rincipal ficcrs of the pea-.'c confcrent'c tnniur- lionse today at row's chairman stuniM be ihr- Icartor of the Votes tor v And .that is number 2, The considetation of the new city j_ charter promises to he "one ot tlie most interesting topics, of conversa- tion in LeLlibridgc for Ihn next four or five -weeks. And the women are going to do their fair share of con- versing and convert ins- They want- equal suffrage the is, they want votes. At least some "of them' do. Xo, the 'Herald ;lid not meet Mrs. Wylie, or any other militant suffra- ge I tc this morning. Instead, a mem- ber of the Women's Civic Club put BECAUSE THE PEOPLE PREFER lice in his bonnet, and on further investigation the lice turned out to br. the old war cry "Voles for Wo- men." however, rtocs not mean that-the. Herald-was Tlic lady who broached the subject to Lhe Herald was Airs. Arthur Reid, one. of lhc most prominent members of lhe Women's Civic Club. Mrs. Hcid is a clever WOJURII, anJ not by anv niLMiis an agitator. TO GOVERN INSTEAD OF RAILWAY, ADVENTURERS London, Dec. had to pay 5'J per cent, yesterday 'on six months' treasury bills to replace those falling due. "Rightly or wrongly the London money inar- ___.....__; docs not view Altai la securities "I do not like lhe militant sudra- with great declares the D.iily celebration of a country uc mission. It is I KllSlisl1 snaking peopli-s that a snbsliuiip will be llril-1' pending the scllk-ment nf il.c Ilis !lic P 'P troversy. .St-nin an oi Amcrtca step in the direction of peace lod.iy hvcrc Slllfl lu-r In i-r plac- ed iilona, ill C.P.'R. Industrial Com- missioner Says Could Deliver the Goods SOMETHING COMING Mr. Sweeting Predicts Big, Things-Recommends Engag- ing Live Publicity Agent That the. eyes oi the industrial poi' _ tiou ot Wc.siern Canada have been turned to Uthlirldgc as a result of tlic agitation lor new Industries which sprang into new life during the recent election campaign was the sug- this Spstlon the Herald gathered morning Irom an interview John F. .Sweeting, industrial com- missioner [or the C-P-H. department of natural resources, and Sir. ing further hinted that he looked for Industrial developments in Lfithbndge next spring and summer, of vhlcb, the people of this city have so lar had not even an inkling. What fornv, they would take he refused to state, although Ibis seems to confirm rumor which has been heart! many, many tinres of late that the big transportation company has pUns store for Lethbridge which will haya much to do with shading the future of the city. Another interesting hit of mlorma- tion which Mr. Sweeting casually, imparted was that the C- P R would, almost without doubt. Com- plete the Lethbiidge-Weyuurn line next-year., and that the; volume of passing through Lcthbridg't-. qtisuiK-Qut of the completion oE this important branch-would double- in the near, future. lie that I.clhhviduc occupies1 a considers logical location, horn .a railioad slrftdpoiivt, and cqinmii'ntcd on the tact that the city ..has., bad a steady grow.th .vith lie lliuuglil; wbiml; play ,'an impp.C.lant part iii Hit de- vcloprncnt of tlio city when' the. time is ripe. Touching on the slack coal prob- lem Mr, .Sweeting (.rave -his opinion that LeLbbridgc is hound lo see bcnc-, fits accrue in nib industrial way from the'presence-here of slack in such, large quantities. So .far no ,'qthci; poinL in the province" has anything-. better to olTcr, and most of thbrri nothing so substantial. Although, power docs not cut such a figure in. the nifliiytautnring ns mar.y.ere inclined lo believe, the fact that there is an unlimited supply of cheap power to be had will win out in the end. j fie is also nf the opinion that Lcth-. bridge should lose, no time in having a thorough investigation made of its possibilities and considers that en- gaging an efficiency 'with plcn- ly of practical experience in the u.'AnufaclurmR.lint would repay the expense a hundred-fold. However, lhc location natural art van I ages of a city often play a.. more important part in the securing t lo Otlaiva of Kliiii imin'rssinn dei-l.-iration ihat piv two c-ounti'ies wcnil, .for ,111 adequate Icavt! tlic mallei- nf an outlet, on' Lhe Adriatic: Sen riiHrc'y in liamls of the iMirore.in la an- i lie decision of ihe RovcrniHL-ni to tliis ihc. hoail of the Servian ppacc rn- addad Ihr.t Kei-via's iV.tUnrte i The sum !VvaU'cars ijt the Xcw York Land Show, .viiicli l.inn crcdiled to Knox church phoiil.l sirirr lhe proMvui of votes for. wo-J om.T._ T hf alluded fhr the company, luivc- IH-PII to "Wcstir-instsr men ,it the sump timr, as they may I UABRIDGE TANNEnY Onild" of Knox cbnicli. cure of luanufactured pro- ducts from this dislrcl. The Vao Icod stone quarries will be re-rc- scutcd, as will a'so he the siitrar htet industry. These exhibits nro hcing prepaid! and itrc kept on dis'ilay at a big eiitfrt, roomcil hrtuse lias been fitted up specially for this jnir- jioss- The e.xhihils arc heiny; so pre- pared they can shipped little trouble, and will in future form a part of lhe C.P-R. display larce American fairs, iting st.ift's that IVnviniKly ai-iiimwlrdiii'il I1.'II. rr'icnd .Sulis- 1'ihei- A Krk'iid votes (or tenants. should not lhc ladies I Out., DESTROYED Dec. A I'lre Marirmlprs' I'liion. 2S.OO vole 7" asked Mrs. Keid. early IbLs morning destroyed HIP lan- c friend T..OO "Surely tho. ladies oi Uiis ciw an-. "ory of llrtlS- causing ST-VOOn ilniullri's rnrioued with enouyh lo j nnd (lit n waicr consider matVcvs ns weU. Bficnwsc lhc pump Mil ns i.he nion, especially if lliev pay iCoiilliuvuil pil jiayu of eoinnilsslnn, tho. prcssuro UMO poor. No insm-ance. Me also asked ahonl. tori" wliich hT11. last int, and lirlievert lliat c.nii- 11 ill yel eome to l.lie ffonl anil ne il !i proposition. At s.'ii' meal is licim; shi'iiied r. s. points, which .-1 oil''! manuiaclnred in -.VI-'1 j Ijci la.