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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta f ill VOLUME VI. Lethbridge, Alberta. Wednesday, February 13, 1913 PRICE-FIVE CENTS Number 53 OES INCLUDE THE QUARTER SECTION IN DISPUTE o- lf Record Doesn't Show it in � Department There is Clerical Error ' Consternation prevailed In Stafford vllage tlio other evening when the published', report was circulated that the' N. "E'. Vt. section 7-7-21 is not a p'art of the village. It was. the firBt time the reove and members of the council had heard of it, and they decided that if what was said were true they had been laboring under.a mls-npnrp.hnnsion ..for a couple of years. Hurried search".was made of musty records, and today'the powers that be in the mining village are woaring sunny smiles, for they claim that they have disproved the allegation. They claim to have proof from official Eources, together with approved plana of the village, showing that the provincial government two years ago added the quarter section In doubt to their limits, and all talk of claims for taxes illegally collected is therefore) without foundation, if the .records at the capital do not show It, there must be a clerical error. In any event, Chairman Wilson claims tlmt the $2,000 mentioned as the amount of taxes on the property in question is far from right. During the time the village has considered the additional quarter in the municipality $78G taxes have'been levied, and the claims cannot amount to more tnan that. During t'he morning the reeve of the village was in consultation with Mayor Hardie, and steps will be taken immediately to establish the fact that the N. Si.-:1/* of .:7 is actually part of the village, thus putting a quietus on the claims made. Opening new Streets One of the difficulties in the way of annexing Staffordylllo to the City of liethbridge has'.always been that-the streets of the village ars.not regular and do not conform to ;thosa of the vcity,,--, 0?o^toeet_llMS'^ Bintef^BIfttiafiafa "with 'the reeve of tho-vlltage^have been, busy during the past thr-eqi weeks, and have obtained "options on all the property necessary to open iip. the Btr.oets to conform with a proper plan. Almost without exception . the villagers have been more than willing'.to help along the step which will make them citizen's of Lethbridge proper, and when the new limits are ratified by the Legislature no time will be lost in setting everything in good-Order so far as the thoroughfarefa are concerned. �$> .> .> # * ? - - '- : PATTEN PLEADS GUILTY ? --�-r-:' � ? New York, Feb, li.-^-Jaines ? A. Patten, the cotton and ? grain speculator, pleaded guilty ? in the Federal Court here to- ? day to six counts in an indict- ? ment charging him with re- ? straint of trade. ? Judge Mayer fined Mr. Pat- ? ten $4000, which .was' paid ? immediately. ? > ? > �> !� ? > > >' Asks Great Britain to Invite the Powers to Intervene ? London, F�b. 12.-The Turk-> ish government today formally ? requested Sir Edward Grey to ? invite the European. Powers to ? intrvene to atop the Balkan �> war. The request'was com-  ? inunicated to the Ambassadors > here who transmitted it to, ? their respective governments. on Friday to report the result. * * > : ! > o & To get the .opinions of the three men , who are in; v-the contest, the Herald  called on them this morning, and in .brief it-vmay be said that they are all in favor of following out a vigorous policy that win put Lethbridge in its rightful position in the Indus* trial world. , . '  Mr; Hamilton . "I am in.favor of going 'the limit," said J; F. Hamilton',' whose long association, with the city and district in his capacity,-of Dominion Land Surveyor has placed him ia close touch with the needs of Lethbridge at the present time, 1 "We'have, a city 'of 32,000 population, but the; improvements are equal to those.of;a city/of 30,000; We must get the increased' population in order to warrant the large, expenditure � for improvements.:v A-.- strong. Industrial policy, along vthesp ^lines' will accom-plfshi'thjisi-forli anr certain that Lethbridge; Occupies a' position;, to attract a manufacturer if gone about in' the right way." , *, Mr. IBentley Harry-Bentley '�as,'seen Lethbridge grow frdrn' a -little trading, point and stopping (place on^-the old trails to the'; city it Is now,.ancl''durlilg',his career . has occupied; the 'mayor's, chair; four diffei?en.t years. "ITc, roelleves in the iiuhistrlal policy whiph was the Issue al Ihe December elections, and 'Is ready to do 'what he can to further the movement. ' j ' (Continued on page 0). ? > ? > �> *>>> x�,-*> LINCOLN DAY ' Thia Is Lincoln >Day,'and av ?  holiday of some iinportantce ? in the United States. .., Abram Lincoln, was born on. > February 12, 1809,in Hardin ? county (now Larue), Kentucky, ? and was descended'.from Elns- > lish grandparents. > The name of'.tbe- great Lib- ? erator lives as strongly in the.� in honoring "one who ,.,was/ a.,-. % great man in  every \Bense-' of . > the word. This is the 103rd , * anniversary of; his birth. ; ::, > THREE Y PRIME MINISTER 01? ONTAKIO AND LEADER OF THE OPPOSITION IS STILL IN >:\,\) WHITNEY NKR0VVEIX,KC S QppositroN* These pictures of Sir James Whitney and Mr. Rowell are reproduced from thelrvlatest portraits, and are probably the best likenesses in existence. But Some More Aggressive Spirits Would Like to Unhorse Him POSSIBLE LEADERS C. A. Magrath First Choice With Morrison of Vegreville in Second Place Lord Mayor London Opens Fund - Herald Will Receive Lethbridge' Subscriptions London, Feb. 12.-The Lord Mayor of London announced today the open- Rebels and Federals in Desperate Encounter Firing on the British! Embassy Mexico City^Fe^fc 12s-The United States ambassad^Henry Lane-Wilson and the&etytnu^ Minister, went /to the?Natio�ai palao'e^thia affeegnoon Ho �demand"(frbrn -Present -Madem that the battle cease'immediately. THE LIBEL SUII WILL CCST NOTED JOHNNY REID $1000 FOR PLEASURE OF SUING PAPER IRIPiDA IS NELSON'S 1913 SCHOOL ' :EfQ^RP UNDID WORK OF PREDECESSORS IN OFFICt,  " Edmonton, Feb. M.-Who will bo the head ol the Conservative party-in Alberta? This is a question that is imitating the minds of all the Con-scrvativus gathered in convention hero simultaneous with the opening of itho . provincial legislature. E. E. Michen-cr, M.L.A., for Red Deer, who has been head of the party for the last: few years, is evidently in bad favor.: His health is the reason given otlb for his possible deposition by thoseXo* the delegates who admit that hs may, not lead the party through another campaign, but the generally expressed belief is that the member for Red 6it� trt'rough by his friends. In suits. 0t, this, ;however, - it is learned�� th^tr F. A. Morrison, - ol Veg^cvillej - apd :: C A . Magra^lj,, .f^njei ,member "in the "Dominion houspsfot MeUicinq tiaty / _f ^ -r i ' ,-r, - i- -n i .-', r, r, ' ^ " f, '"T/r^"^ mentioned as pos'slple iG,t(ters. oi, Calgary/--Feb-' l^-Johnn?' Keul will I .Nelson, B - C* Fob.^.-rihe . nc^'tfife p&rty JU .thff ^ tutuce.^apsl, part with a considerable, sum. prob- school boaid ltot night rU&npomjea t ( ftUoh shortiy ' an. Robert Thompson, formerly rot- ,,Gp- , ,: lablr very near $1,000, as the . "0MrV V T. T,'i�3 of K.lsbn noonc"plaintiffc. m the school board which went; qut;;pf ,po\V- Mr Micnener blinj,eif opp0sps Mr. tain Robert F. Scott and bis. com- morning with a light artillery fire. .Rcid ys; Albertin publishing ccm- � ^.^tfi^!0^'^^^^- Morrison as leader, tj'ong lb; stafld panions, who died in the Antarctic. There arc many in IjCthbridge who think the people of this city should join in any movement which might be started to recognise the great work of Captain' Scott and his gallant band, and . the news that the Mayor ofLon- and individual shooting '.The rebels seemingly are employing , , . , ,, ,, , , heavier cannon than they did yester- llvH 0P,e1ncd1JSUC,h a ,wa! '.: d&; .Thej? directed their fire toward received with pleasure. T_he.lund:.. !:ttle;National Palace and on to the higher buildings in the center of the business 'district, on rr/any of - which federal machine guns are mounted and federal riflemen are posted. J ' A shelLtore a hole through the iron shutter protecting the Ca':le office and fell inside. ; ; -Porter's': hotel and the American cliiK, iti tipth of which scores of American' visitors and ^residents are ga,thered,,"are in the direct line of fire. .Another'heavy shell struck a build-: ihg in* frpnt of the office, ripping away a corner of the structure, v^lfohso/Miranda, one of the Seapi- . -------......... vtista leaders, entered the capital last was recovered by Captain Scott at ^night with three hundred of his fol-the South Pole should be f0rW4i;ded -lo\vers'who are harassing the federal to His Majesty on .board"- a British j troops at various points, battleship as symibolizing the quail-1 /The cable office again has iuv'. ties of the dead hefo and the nation- ; struck by many shells, al pride felt by tho British in''their life anddeath/ ' Terra Nova at Christ ChurcU,, ,,. Christ Church, New. Zealand, Febv The action soon became general, .all decision lnves^Satlon �f chayg"1.o� that although capable as a leader his the artillerv on both sides being /or libel bj the acomc d cision { Qi Pr+efe^/d+ T*T leadership would be incompatible with brought into play. The cannon fue of his honor, Mr Justice Scott in teacners who threatened. to resign if the propobed temperance policy 0f the was augmented by sweeping salvos the supreme court Tuesday His lion- the principal was upt dischargeQ. pa-rty ThiS objectidn was also rais- from the machine guns while the m- or rendered his decision in the case Two members of the present boatu^ fl to another present member of the fantrv came into action with volleys as follows : '.Werdict for the defend- protested vigorously at; - the, ttttro, 'ant, with costis." '- �'�' ' "i � -. against dismissal will be an ehipire wide one, and tho Herald will be pleased to receive and forward all sums , through -the proper channel ...to help augment the London fund. ; There will be a meeting of the executive of the Overseas club at five o'clock this afternoon to consider steps to assist in honoring the names, which will have a. prominent place in British !? ? *>;* ? AWFUL TURKISH ATROCITY % Edmonton, Fob. 12;.-rThe -opening session of tho Legislature yesterday was veryJ brief, the debate on .the address starting -today.^ Following, the reading of tho speech Uj. them. SubseciuentlyKtheyvltUl' from the; throne. Hon;-?;A". L. Siiton, ! -  - -  ' Premier iof- the Rrovi^css introduced ? Sofia, Bulgaria, Feb. 12.-^-Ac-' ? > cording to dlspatqlies. -given .>. ? out here today, the Turkish e$tf!^biirig*&$�xalg^- 11 'i*^---- - -ul�j(? e-a*.^' crs 'of the reneis auu reprcsentati. T_ ,, . of the government were ta^en into amid the plaudits of'fellow-members discussion'; at the national palace and the general .public. I shortly after noon. ; ' The opening session w;as very bnci brought the news of his. and his coriv panions'. heroic death, arrived in this port today. , ' , v ' v^tV! Foh" i? ^S'.' +n Hopes "of" a "coherence soon dxmin- r.ud by 3:30 an adjournment had been Ivonolulu Feb. 12.-AU efforts to g ^ J cessation of fir- taken until 3 .o'clock on Wedn;s-lay communicate by wirel-ss with the ;hgfbuttSs appealed to be due to a afternoon when the hoUse will get of futile signalling. A Story of Contrasts (B. A. H. Wolcottli. ed all the Christian .women and children, Except theyoung; s, whoni^hey carried ott-ori rty > i . � r. � �....' ,. v. 'i'^' : inev but this appeared to no. due Xo a aiwu�if.: steamer Aorangi, aboard w��ch c tlle ft4SiiOT? their position at the arsenal extend- committee :lp\draw up the various:;;. New York, -Feb. 13,-Ca-ta'n "Rbr '4 in-several directions on account of cqnunittees^vbb; will^ act dunng the ould Amundsen and Captain Robert flie enoiicling tactics adopted by the sessl0�- jL' - ,J,. ^.i,,t: F. Scott passed each, other in ,the, fernmcr^ troops. I Althougli i\$v$ AViiJ^-a big gnst Antarctic mas week ant in, his away from..... . , .. w........ ..,.... tuna attending oach day,in Januar.y:,H)iere..>( Scott, still hopeful, was forglntt's't'tb-/ .The.rebels strengthened bornly toward Kis goal, passing ,86,th( tiontl?y placing more , Winnipee, Feb. 12.-A fatal wreck KNOX CHURCH WORKERS ^60,^0, 'ocourred this morning-at 9 o'clo'oV^p OUT IN TWOS T^8' are that lot the campaign iata pljP^<^^I^�W^<^H�^V MOOSE JAW LOCAL COLLIDED1 HEAD'ON WITH FREIGHT AT ( POPLAR POINT ;