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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VJI. LETHBKIDGE, ALBERTA, TUKSDAV, DKCKMHEK 1913 CENTS NUMDER 16 Movement From the States (o the Lelhbridge District in the Spring SALES MADE One Man Invested in Eight Hundred Hog Market put Irreconcilables of Second Parliamentary Division Steel Tubing Has Been Success- fully Inserted in the Broken Conduit MUCH ANXIETY On (lie Part of the Engineers Concerning ihe lempor- ary Repairs i "Interest in Southern Alberta' Montreal, Dec. 30.-AI ilircc o'clock throughout (be Spokane district is this afternoon Itie. Hater will lutn- cvciy writes 0. T. cd conduit lalhrop, the" well known land own" at Verdun. This was announced from and realty dealer, who lias hcc-n rnak- thi: water de'partinrnt this forenoon Tug as iriauj- n3 lour trips a month by Secretary Frank Down, who re- (o Spokane on business, eacli time ccivcil bis iufornialion from the one or more large deals. Con- uters on the works. tinning, Mr. Lathrop says: "If the The turning1 on of tl.e water at. iieople of UethhrJdgo coulil only look three o'clock does not mean thai the 1 upon 'business as thoie in other plac- city will he with water at j ts do there wnuld he a hum eveiy- that hour. Three, and a half hours where', iof prosperity is rampant, anJ arc necessary to fill the supply basin .tiiere is KOJIIK to be a big exodus of and farmers from Eastern Washington and for Oregon, and central Idaho IM 1 She had Been an Invalid for More Than a Quarter ol a Century Stockholm Ihis work may be slower, Sophia, of died here today valve to conduit will be In her seventy-cighlh year. She hat) nest -turned mi gradually as the officials suffered acutely for several days and what they want. The Home, Rule compromise .hat made slow progress because "of infrutntlal elemcnfa in in bath parties. Dec. motliCr Craia Brotheri Unionists, are last foe it bas already commenc- arc taking no- cliar.ces ivi'.li the I liave met a-t-ozen or li'.ore syringing of another leak in lUc nov.r have macto purchases in Soulcein Al- much conduit. l01 licrla, anil who arc already packing vfju, everything proceeding normal- to move there, anil I have effect- iy jne FCOpie oi Montreal sHould hav succumbed to an attack oi inflamma- of the lungs. Her Majesty has heen practically _ ________ an invalid for more than a quarter cii-ihc sale oi several largo parcels of oce-balt to thrce-quar- 0[ a century. Slie was subject to mcl- 'of land.ia the last monih or so. their, regular force from llicir which i.ccessitatej a con- Ul'KNS LKTimniDGB BRANCH ups.hy seven o'clock this evening. waldi bj. ]K[ miidicai ditch UisierJtes, and Dillon and Devlin are.Nationalists "Uho 'concede nothing that does not make for clear right of svay for the Rule'coursc. EX-M.P. IS DEAD C'linton, OJIL, "I'.'. (li-C', il ac 1.1'. of Hunt It v llunxi, loJav In I'Jiu- ton liosiiital in jx-ar, v a result or a ot aji- I II Relieved That Sergl. Haiper's Trip in Search of Prisoner Has Ended Fatally Suggestions Made by Ontario for ihe Coining Year WELL KNOWN HERE: Had Been Stationed at Differ- ent Points in the "K" Division Otiavj, Uoc. to a. rt- rtcetved today by Commissioner- VALVES OF HIGH WATER RESER- of the Northwest Mounted V01R HAD TO BE OPEN- ED TO SUPPLY WATER >O FIGHT FLAMES Montreal, Dec. Hoors m" a Police, two members of Ilia force, Ser-. scant llariier and Constable Steven- i son as well as a packer earned Rich- jnrd Kf-rrlnslon Lave liven lost in the 1I'eata lllver UlElrict. Although tlio Commissioner hopes that the nun aro alive, it is al- aew lour story brick buildup on St. lanrencc boulevard were suited hy together probable that tlifcy have per- 1 ished. OFFICE "I find ljusinpss so'EOOil iti Spokane list tt'tuuji ui i _ _ L-ioun n..u., v itliat I liavc- is lo ;icl as n tcmporan- sub- in couit functions, devoting LerseU QUEBEC SHOE .FACTORIES FQHC- 'tuggesllor ol the Canadian A -In the early hours of this morning ,-m rt last section of the steel tubing attendants. Mie look very little part noun T3ie Uiree men constituted a helpless, I'atrol whtcli left Saskatoon Lake in ir Hie Graud 1'ratria .district November. 3 hi search of a fugitive.from Justice, who iras supposed to lie in the Porcti-. pine river dislrict. They expected to -Torouto, Dec. seventh aa- I'or over, an iiual meeting of the Ontario Uar AB- jjour nrcmr-ti stood wcut Into history Mils after- watting the flames cat their way noon the election of officers. arid vnaMe to Suggestions to leave the time rf do anything because, there WAS only the next rneelitijj to the council to one little stream yf vralcr available. _ change it to the first week In the new: Ai last, however, the city water rs; Xatioaal SVaist Co.: tho Stiller Co.: tlib Queen's Shirt Co.; prospccliTd purchasers and into tho conyretc lube tor Etnnc. ilis-; Salvation operatioas in and folloivliig arc offivcrB for tho ffvllnwed Vl'itn Hi- :'onenilitF- vtinr- nfpin. "ON'U tahec. Scandinavia, ihe follmed.'. llurers' .association, that comraerclal Co, Long. Bros.; court lie tnraughcut en suing; year: MX T ensuing th'is space-there ;'ls suffieicnt lenso.interest.' Slre'ias also.5 meir 'presldiiit-Jamua JBiek tomoVrosr and'over M. FieM. K. BOUGHT.-sun- !rl IXCJltKS wqrkrheti to 'pass -and this o; tempcraice. sent- an.agent.with one fariMr1 js up witli brick, last ueek, and jtuit as soon as here- mortar and other, materials turn'Ecl .to Spokane he. bought ,VJH tE01i to it water- nitres iff the Suciilial dislrict, anrt Itc in l.-cthhrirlRe ijvcr Sunilay.j work be coinpleti-......... _____.. The Ir.ner is Martin S. Martinson of Of attcrnp'on anil iro'm that liraled their golden wedding ahnircr- morroii' were paying about J20.WO in Trea3urer--C. .A. Moss. will wove onto his land at timc on tfce laivc gradually sary in 1307, just sis months before week and the retail trade' Clarke, K.C., bl was teii one of the'representative. stnitture, whic-li was" a five- atorey concrete building, was comijlctcO in Septeniber last. It is -the iirou-.-ly -or-Messrsj ilesner. llcaildcrn 'The loss bn.tbo Ihuilding and eftirrial- 1 ml is covered Uy Mcunlaiti November 11. Sergeant Starts in Search Peace Uivur Crossing, will be forced to account c., Cobourir; J.i late Queen mother was lTip: .of.lho belwecn 5hoo. (j. C. Campbell, K. at a-" cess oi Nassau and .was married- at tbc John Uitcble A. if. Crciwicke. K.C.; Keccrding-Sec- Wiesbaden lo theMate King, OscarTI.' Cnmiiariy. and- Gale Bros.-, linns. The -J. Tliompsou; Correspond- The royal couple cele- iftnetscii factories which will close to- ing .J. JlacLennan; is first class larmer, and will "There, is a great opening lor the llu, Broken pipa and cause an- the KUIMS of the only iliifercncc which lOE-raiscrs, in the fapokar.c, bealtlc jnolc disastrous 'col- ever nrosc licl-wcen' King'Owar IT. and Portland markets, aud-1 am en-, deavoring to Kct'a number' oi the. packers- and shippers to send their buyers' lo Lcthbridge, to work in I ctiiijur.ction with Secrclary b'inley ol the Associate Hoards ol Trade in gcl-j ting for the farmers' a belter price' for tiieir hogs than is being offered. "Hogs are bringing a fine price for season in and Orc- Iheic is a big demand lor them anil Ihcr'e- is no reason the Al- lir.rla hogs, aru tiic finest mar- Irelcd, cannot control tliis market if flic- hog-raisers only get tOEC-th- provide for Ihe niaikcling oi tiieni in large lots, well graded .-ynl finished." Mr. Lalhrop reports tlie weather severe in eastern 'WasMngtnn, witli Ints oi snow and slush, and 'ndils, ''Alberta las the real He' aiilicirj.iles returning the lalter part nf this week to close a large which occulted Quren r-jophin, the-latlec encour- aging tiic match. It Can go Into Manufacturing and Even Build Tram- ways Company farming in SoiUkrn tor properly in the Grassy Lake lir's a disirict, involving more tlian two tutc Iiut concern with i-ccltons. fanning as its liasic purpose has ever. bad a wider franchise than tl.e Uolm 31. Xelson Co., Ltd., .which been! recently incorimratcd with hcailquav- ters at Cardslon. The. company lias! a capital Fiock of divided into 1000 shares ol SK each. It is being promoted hy .lohn Nel- son, lawyer, Chn's. II. Xn'son, o! Caxdslon, dentist, and Xcls II. Xcilson, II. 0. Ilinble J. E. Sbormnn, all farmers in, the IS SLAYER SCHMIDT SANE? FAILS TO AGREE New York, Dsc. in the case of Hans pri-st who killed Anna Ammuller after having been out cince 1.25 p.m. yettcrday .had failed to reach' an agreement up to 11 o'clock this morning. It reported that the jurors were hopeletsly. deadlock- ed on the question of the prison-' er's sanity. Schmidt spent a reit- ful nlghl. LOOKS AS THOUGH YEAR'S RE CEiPTS WOULD REACH THAT AMOUNT WILL ATTEMPT SETTLEMENT 'OF COPPER MINERS' STRIKE Calumel, Mich., Dec. II. Jletismorc, solicitor of the department of arrived here from Washir.g- BRITISH MARINES OK MEXICAN FRONTIER London, Dec. Governor of will flr.d them and don't forget were, the parting words of SergU An- derson as-he pulled out of the ing on the-'firsL lap-of'his long'and.... hazardous irijr oi-his'lost' comrades; Serccant-Harper and Btabla wko. with a guide' and led in October fo: Uie PorciipSna .have, been heard'from since. '4. 1 Present'indications point to tragedy annals of mounted po-- licc historj'. Two trappers who arrived in'Grand...' Prairie recently' reportedrhaving.seen; tlie police patr'pl'iri' the "vicinity' of. Xose Mounlain on I'oreuuine. slill. r. British HcTiduras has not yet advised. jn cearcii of Asa Huriliogtonj who the government hero that British mar. have abducted a la-year 6W; ines lia-ve been actually stationed gjrl. The narty.was .hen In sncd hcallli. Several days tba .Mexican frontier.. Suitb aelich, has been anticipated with ihc view of slopping 'the supply of and ammunition: to the Me'sican p-S'tls and gnartllnic the .British fron- ton tcdflv to uttcmiit conciliation of] tier against violation hy either the strike. 1 federals or the rebels. Calgary. lice. a period of many, weeks in which there-has not hctni a single fire in Cal- Kary, tr.'O one of which roaultal in the deslructioii of thous- ands of dollnri' worth of clothing in Hie store? of Seml-llcndy Cloth- Spring Coulee.- The eouip.iny's charter, granted un- iler "The Companies' .besides Rivini; the right lo carry on a KCnfr- al farming and ranching business, TRYING TO SAVE ENGLISH CAPI- TAL IN THE RID DEN COUNTRY the annual reports'oi the var- ious departments at tlie city hall arc only in course of preparation for sub- mission to the commissioners at their lirst mcclinp; on Saturday, lil- tle interest is manifested in any ex- cept that of Hie street railway. Will it pay opcrat'im expenses for 1913 That ffiic.stion is nskei! ofteiier prob- ably lhaii nny .plhcr affcclinj tlie city's welfare. I'p tn Dec. 28 this the system worlh SSSH73.IB. Ibii'p days to run it hardly I 1 looks'as i! ll'is ftO.Wfl mirk would] he reached, flnt to help o'll the fares in re.nhiii.e llir; SoOOO a month mark.' the advertising comes Hiring, and it is thoucht the total earnings will be .fj'ijcly close, to Hie above mark.' No other figures nrc available at prcs- cnl. SELKIRK SHOOTING MAY PROVE EGGS ADMIT BEARERS TO PICTURE SHOWS Harrison, Ark.. Dec. are becoming so scarce in the mountainous section of Arkansas that they are being used as a medium of exchange. Not only are they acceptable for payment at grocery stores and mercantile establishments, but they are tak- en at motion picture theatres. One eng admits a mmor, and two eggs one adult. The pro- prietors of (he theatres find s ready cash market for the egos. Private Homes Must Accomp dale Two Hundred of Them At .1 meclini; ycslcrdiy aflcvnoim of llu specir-.l conmiilicc ol the i of Tinlc aPFoinlcil lime SRO to 1. PIS1 United-Farmers of Alfcfrla vvhicu-op-iliere- ens hern on Jan. letters .wcte read from Htrreiaiy- P.. Wood- I" briilce Ui the Tltert Hat .delegates war. .ater trappers found -two -of goas known to havo beell wiU; the" patrol. As a result of their icrgcaijt Anderson has been Relccl-'; cd lo bead -a searcEi party. Wliot has become. oC .the. ii.atrolf- Tbey oxpected to rclurn.iu.oa? moatu.. Nearly three have elapsed anil sliU no word. _ r. The trail is slill ratrblled and is ry roush, arid with no trail to go by the search parly'will meet with diHicuHies that will tax the men' loi their utmost. Tt was Uiree years ago this winter lhat Htzsornld and bis comrades per-' iahcil on llicir'trip lo DawEon down near fort McPhersoc on th'o zie river. Had Been al the Hat" Hat.. Dec. Harper reporteci lost in the' far. was until 10 months ago a member of Ihc force at Jle'dlcino .Hat and pre-'; vioualy at Lclbbrhlge and IR was In hn transferred a tiost In tho on with 'the'' public and- He has been .fourteen years'- ice anu went titrougli the INCIDENT REVIVES BAD BLOOD BETWEEN CIVILIANS AND I MILITARY l.e present ftofn HIJIJ lo- unions, arid the. niilnha- nl Jele- K.ilEs -wtiulil hkcly rfiich Ihc HO liiark. 0' the lufal hoteUstfitc they can rate for :m, leaving 'JiCi. fov the lloanl of lo make pro- vision for. It had.hrra expcctctl that those delegates n'oilli ol C.ilgary in sleeping- cars which .v.iulil their slay hut r.chcTiH- has been aban- il, and Hoanl Is now trying arrange accuTninodatic.ts Manitoha, near vtaa rushed lo Formerly Stationed Here Kergeant Harper Is-well.known in' tho djvislop.. lie Ilrst served !n Ibis part.of.tJio west tcrf years ago when .bo -was stationed at. along Ihc boundary cast j of :'oult3. Then he was transferred to-. but oamo back to tills ilivlsion and was located al l.ctli--: bridge, Irvine.'' Medicine' Hat, and Horse. Ho went north from. tlie latler point about 'nine months 050. !lo was between thirty forty years of age and wcs the dr.ranp aitly ninn'.iatal to about niatnifactu'rlng bnsir.rss for not only ing in thrr transacCon. While could not it-op.'rate flour mills and .feed Rrothcrs will the Jan- he cbuilned Inst night it Is cslimatcd constrccf orwr.ilc eloval- lnry coupon of the Xatioaal railways the loss at Benii Kendy Ors. but it may also coast t net and 0[ Mexico honds iwilzr ;-n v-ill be from m.Olip to about orcralc'slcckyanls, sla'nghler houses niCnt hy ivhicti ttic Mexican govern- of which Is not protected hy :mcl factories. In fact, the lliings Ihe K-JH deposit certain securities .insurance. Sonic dntnase to the slocV conicrn may ito arri smriiiiM up (0 cover tlio amount necessary '.to i.f (Jlapfi' I'.roj.' door: in oi'.c brnad clause, "To carry on paj. du 'dividend. .VrgolUilions lo "wfla. due lo smoke, and >valfr. The.jriy uhttiicr manufacturing this end vne completed today he- stovo Ic by 11.lor olii-Twisc, capable of c.Trried J. L. I (Continued on Ihn Me'xican linnnce minister- and 'Ihc Spcjer fiim. I..... pistol with which a boy was play ng. rli'noy, changes in'the rural'rriuiiicl- Iho ntnnljicg hospital in a semi-con-. Dren ullliilng pnlitits act Mrt co-ircralive'iriarket- scio'ja condition. Mclnyrzuk is so sev- (h'is supp'0'stdlj-'grave incident a orcly wour.ilet! lhat little hope is held (cr sitingtnl- measures Another option .which will ho oi for.hls recovery. by the Uoops. interest locally 'ouing (o Ilia agita- The'v.-ay In wliieli tlie sliooling oc-j was rcporlril to'f'on Coimnissicnrr Tracy not known, MeTyixzuk b'arciy 'escaped .dealli, was it a- is tlial ol rural free dcliury mail. ing niialiie to tell. a. connected slory. (ionril in front of Hie barracks form-- prcycritiCin di. (uhftcular 'cattle He appears lo be about 30 years old. jniy occiipieJ'by'Ihe Mlh inlarilry, l' Tho sliooling Is Raid to have occurred i ufly the'cause of recent at aljout.tcii olclock tbla morning. Htoutilc'af Xabr'rn: -j! province will also rc- (Cu.itliincJ on p.igt MOOSE- JAW TAKES CARBOLIC ACID Dev. 2D.--Jaiiie3 Miller, a from Wileox, commlft-'- ed snlcidc In a. Chinese roominB; hoiiBO hero on nlpht, by lowlng n- quantity of carbolic acid.- The man. wliose Identity was (alntil 'eKera in his pocket, hadV gone lo dnmk tho contents bottle r.f Scolclt- ivhlskey. aiid llifn'i 11 rarb.Dl'p acid.. Mlller'.'hcrei ;