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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TEN 1>AGES Lethbridgte; Alberta. Wednesday, February 5, 1913 PRICE-FIVE CENTS Number 47 That is Suggestion One oi the City Aldermen , ' ,- ' Has \o Make r r' moreIoads Feel That : of Rail-ways Would Help Out In-� ; -dustrial- Policy ,.With the definite  announcement of the:C;�*� November. 1,. when he TvaB-out in file ff^ld of his farm between' Chin, and Barnwell. When witness' saw that  the grain had been removed, he looked around, and found some .wagon .'tracks which he followed up." He. 'alao .described the track* of the hories jind stated that, he; 8ubseranch were the same as .thoserseen at Lewis' granary. Elevator Man's. Story u  Brneet Allen, a vgHtin' man .for,.the National Elevator i Co.,'. - Barnwell, swore that Linsti-om..sold .some, grain at the elevator. Four loads::of; grain were brought, one ;load:at,a time!; the same .party, bringing; Jhem on ea;ch occasion. . Witness ..vproduc^d.^ caeh grain checks - showin'gi-grain Bold -by Linstrom at the ' elev'atqr,^ amounting to 520 bushels. , | - inew .'wheat�'andvi^hat' ihe:. chocks were;madevont;ln favor of i|ill:  Cross-examined, v:\yiCness 1 was j sure �that :he. handed ;the;- checks stOi( $n-etrom. , * ''* * & -The" noon;;',uptil tomorrowanorning," tyhfcjn the ,c^s'e will be resumed.?1 '. . '}.,.*' ,........,.................1 NOT^ WORRYINp-ABofuj ^WAR Moose-'Ji'w,' ^Febj.Uv-The � v*3ding took place liereftonight;of Mjs's.^Cath-erlne ThonojisVo oS� ..OdqatantfeCiple, Turkey,^arijd^mes "Alivakibs.^.WlI^ Hno'wn bu*Bj'nesp' mih.1 "The\cpj!em6J'liy was Greek''in oharjjieteV/ and^wa'^.pbr-formed, by "K�v. ,qp^rp>i{bdr.I�4'r?^lp-eriB, of the Greek *6�thadpx-iJtteed. b^en polled, he fought for air. to sale on March 18, at Clovo.and. ,? .Tjie,-the mavor took a fall out of Bvds Tor the ships must be submitted ^ Heraitt Ior not mCiitloiuug last ! A.t .11:45 this morning: itlifc. Herald ^reporter Visijted^the � polling bottth .in (tho1.(old'Police station at No'.'' i fire hall"to see how many interested citizens had been round io do their duty � by' recording their votes in favor of tho .bylaw to raise $100,000. Chas. Harding and Daniel Forbes were the officials jn charge of the booth, and they were so busy relating stories of bygone days m Old England that they had almost forgotten that todav was: voting, day. Thoy had to con over the old ones fto -keep from going to sleep. . '."For,: the love of Mike", said the ;deputy -returning officer, "go out and stir the people of this town up. H-ere it is almo ^ noon, and do you know h6w many proud citizens have shown themselves inside that door?. Well, ;ju"st. four. : We've been busy voting one 'every forty-five minutes.j If this-keeps up, I'll be draw my Ray for looking after this booth.", ' '. And he yawned, a loud yawn.: :-,The'license collector , sighed. He '�'wished he were out on the streets chasing up homeless canines that tiavenH yet become proud possessors of 1IU3. dog tags. '�\�Over! in.' the corner was a big banner, "Vote on Bylaw today." . "For our sakes, take that banner and go out and stir up something," .was-the yearning appeal to the reporter. � - :.Not .'relishing the job, the Herald man beat it around to the Mayor's ojllce. '' '. "."Have you vote4, Mr. Mayor,?" he asked, with'trepidation, s A>:startlcd look came over His Worship's  countenance, -and he realized that this is February 5th, and soon ttwo months of his regime will tie. gone. -  -."No, by Jove, I had forgotten that thiBfwas the dav to vote. Must get around -there. Suppoae the votes are rolling in." '-Ho;'Was shocked to hear; that tho I^rnld . man had found the two official^-wishing for a checker; board to w^ile? tlio.tJira away, and when tpld: thai a'Brand total of fou( v' otes had either for the fleet into which.-i �;the. Jboats were diyided for. the Appraisers} � or for single boats, .'rjhe vessols^have-been sold to pay ,receivers', cerfcifl-; cates and to pay over: .due bonds'.afttl. dthcr claims past due. ''i'"""^' OPPOSED JO THIRD PARTY ", Bradenbury; Sask., Fob. I.^-The, graiji! growers here, today, by almoin Unanimous vote, passed a resolution condemning the-formation of a'tpojitli' cal party, by the farmers. Thejt^lrd party; smovement.:.meetB little-'fa^^-lp this portion' of. the province, f1''- ' nifeht"'that'the vote .was to be held, toaay,'and the reporter, seeing that he' was /getting only what was com-ihgtto*=;himi -beat it out;of the sanc-|u}ji!\'sano,i-oxum, with the last word ith'a^ltsiftight be a good >idea to call 6u.f the ,band .^flfjB. interest in municipal affairs thia^'ycar is amazingly keen. hAS PMTi'Aii'v'SiS., .,Lonaon,;tFeb, 5.--Peter Klson, M.P., Eft^t 'Middlesex, who'was reported ^eriogsiy^H^is (suffering from paraiy- 't''', .Bis.rj^rhe'buto'Dme is FIGHTING DESPERATE AT TGHATAJA A CALL FOR NURSES ? London, Feb. 4.-The Crown ? ? Princess Constantine of Greece ? ; has telegraphed the London > ? Hospital a hurry call, asking ? ? for nurses to be sent to the ? ? front immediately. Three left ? > tonight. ? ? This is the second time the ? ? PrlnoeBS has sought help from ? ? London's biggest hospital dur- ? ? ing the present war. ? ff On that occasion tjtwo women tried to force their way \ into parliament to obtain an interview with David Llovd-Gcorge. Xhey were arrested and charged^ with resisting ^the police. As Miss Pankhurst was leaving the police court for the cells, today shs shoutud..: "I shall not serve this sentence." ,f;. ;�-,�' ' This -i,vp.tcj)a!flfjv correct, as the leaders oi the mili.tsints.havet.becorno tired of iail and'^t:heir.'an^P.a.f�''how-invariahly paid", by,>i|faie iihird" ' "" within a few hours ^tiheirti^i ment. - 1 "t'fc \ Vj ........jk. DIET WILL BE DISSOLVED AND KATSURA WILL APPEAL TO PEOPLE Tokio, Feb. 5-The Japanese diet today passed a vote' of censure on the. government under the premiership, of JJrince Tard Katsura, who only, recently took office as prime minister and minister tor foreign affairs. The session of the. chamber was then sdspended- for - a -period "of -five days. It is eicpected"?that .'Prince Katsura>-"will iminediately �'* dissolve the diet and call for a; general elec^ tion, meanwhile retain\ng office.' The order: suspending, the session was tho. Eroperor :himself. It was-read to the house after a debate Which had been Very noisy and had continued forttwo;hours. - ' The resolution expressing lack of confidence in the: cabinet was moved by YukioOzaki, former mayor of Tokio, and leader of the constitutidn-al party. He spoke,:eloquently, making a bitter. attack'-ph Katsura whom he charged with ignoring the.coiisti-tution and riding rough shod over the wishes of the people. Prince Katsura's. roply was brief. He pointed out'that he' had accepted the Premiership at-, the command of the Emperor, and he :�. offered precedents for the course he. had pursued. The attitude of the.opposition is very determined. ^ . .' ' - Heavy Cannonading at Tchatalja Distinctly Heard at Constantinople-Effort to Open Dardanelles to Greek Fleet-Besieged Foi tress Holding out Well announced that the Adrianople garrison will attempt a sortie. A big battle is in progress between the Bulgarians and Turks in the Peninsula of Gallipoli. Heavy losses are reported on both sides. Details are kicking. The Grand Vizier, Mahmout Shef* ket Pasha, will leave today for the town of Tchatalja. Allies' Plan of Campaign London, Feb. 5.-Significiint news has been received from Constantinople. It is reported, that fighting went on all day vesterdav in Gallipoli. The object of the Bulgarians m this operation, in which they may, be assisted by the Greek fleet, is to capture the, forts of the Dardanelles and make war lor the passage of tho Greek fleet through the sea of Mat> mora, where the Turkisn fleet would, be almost bound to give battle. .: In the event of �" Turkish defeat', Constantinople, Feb. 5.-A..wireless;Qreek guns could be trained on - the message received from Adrianople states' that the bombardment of the. city is so violent that, messages sent from Constantinople are unintelligible. . One of the military, attaches here EL G E MEAL HE ENJOYED GRUB SERVED AT LONDON COUNTY. CQUNCtLl. LODGING HOUS'E '- * " > London,.Feb. 5-"I jsave tne'ftihff a gfioT slice 'of'bread Ip'dading," Bajtd Mrs. Gerard, the cooki'of'^eSLohdon' jcounty council's lqdgln^'.hotfslftM'JrfeS'1' iterday. "He ate everjf .bit of |t/ arid jsaid that he never tasted .better.";: ,; ''"How the deuce do! they do It so cheaply?" wonderlngly 'exclaimed ex-King Manuel, as he ate!, tils dinner: ; ' His deposed Majesty "'lias :-tak'eii'Mo, studying municipal administration,- so he went to the' model lodging: house, in Erury Lane, and ate.jwitb^seeming, appetite, the satisfying-., meal- served �there for six cents. : "I am-going to tie up! with-ribbons the knife and fork the ,ek-Klng 'used; and hang them in the kitchen' for luok,". said Mrs. Gerardi \i IN LETi BOXES SACRIFICE OF HUMAN 'LIFE Wi^.. BE NEXT ,MOVE ^IN^SUf'FRA-GETTE CAMPAIGN', " Boston^ Mass,",. : �V.tfoa.-S.-rrA.-: speedy sattlemeht of the. strike oi tho five thousand garment: workers was predicted ,toda!y by l^bpr leaders. Sixteen firri^s employing one thousand operatives'", have already granted thej strikers' Remands. /iSventy-^our .other- shops cwere ,stll\ ,aKected by 1 the walkout'Avh^n" nogotiatjipns' were to-sumed-tojfl"ay:*, v> 'v � ,�� '/ '� ^U.RR'ED A' PRINCE London, Feb.: 5.-New tactics by the RUffragettes were disclosed'1 last night, when' a postman, . collecting;;'letters froni a box in Portugal, street,, found four ' live cartridges among the letters. The cartridges were of! the pin five patterns, whieh, if dropped on a hard substance would, -in all; prbba-, bility, explode. While',a postman,-was > clearing a large pillar box invNorth-umb'6'rland avenue last,' evening, tbe contents burst into flames,: and a large number of letters; were destr.oyv od. ( Mrs. Drummond, onbehalfvof the: militant suffragettes, made - another, demand upon, the Gbaneellor^qfsttie Excnequer':to.'.reo^lve'':tfpu{att09B'.'.^>t''. women to discuss the'.rirospqcts ,of woman's suffrage, bui I^loydj, Ge'prgei because of: the:idisturba;nceJ;C'r�^t1ed''af-ter the .withdrawal ofittif1- Frinchise"; bill,, declined to meet's'-'represenbiT; fives of the Women's iSocit(rpoliticai Union again. * i �n ^ lt '{'  MINISTER WAS' '-Xcpl||.T.TEOr. , Saskatoon, Sask.t.;Feb.,' 'i.^ReyVjJ^s, Laing, a Presbyterian.** inin}si8Vr-"of Wadena, who was ob1|pse Turlrish left at Tchatalja and thero would be no obstacle to a bombardment of Constantinople. As Heard at Constantinople f � London, Feb. 5.-The Daily Ghronr:  icle's correspondent at Constantin- : ople says "The diplomatic situation and tho whole position with regard to tho ro-opening of ^hostilities is very obscure. No one seems able to : dissi-i pate the uncertainty which prevails: :.,: Even the statement which Mahmouty Shefket, the Grand Vizier, made to . me during an interview which "I'-liad with him this, morning shows, a dis'-ij.; position on the part of the* govo�n-f ^ mentfand' military circles: to. adopij-ia's.-wi Micawb^r-Oik-'e attitude'" 1 '' " 'The bombardment qf Adrianople,' said Shefket, 'began last even-' Ihg at 7,A8 Since I assumed office I have vdpne^" everything ^ssible;". '^q, , avoid -.the"-freopenfng+Qf the war, ^d the responsibility?,for, that^ lamentalile?*4m event must rest entirely with thei al-' lies, ^e are determined to waityand see .what the encmv is going to do'.''" "David Bey reached Constantinople yesterday from Constanza He'hhs government that (the town was ^njn^ ,,� , danger of having to surrender , Sliii- (] kri ha,B told the,government to make its military plans without worrying, * about Adrianople., The garrison.^ �Ms still: in a. good: position, and mak,e5 - * short work of attacks upon it.,,-,j;\ The,correspondent adds that he Has ' been informed .that-war correspond- i . ents may later on receive every^fftcilr- [ ( ity of witnessing the operations!*]]!;? * -Still Pounding: Adrianople ,Y, \ ^Jl!* Sofia, Bulgaria, Feb 5 -The^bdn^^/^ hardment of Adrianople continued,j�>-yV6t'.'!�n ElizablOian k prayer book,- printed in 1578jttn