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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. Lethbiidge, Alberta. Thursday, February 13,1013 PRICE-FIVE CENTS Number 54 CENT COIN WILL BE INTRODUCED IK CM i \ " �  Ot *>�!�??�>?? ? HudsOn'Say Gomjfiaiiy introdue-ing Cd^pers-�lvlanager Dod-raan Explains New Move Totdbrro/* tea�tWousanrt bright cop-. Ber, centsiwlll make' their appearance iniLethqridge, unheralded by any public1 dlscdsqidn suclf- as has, been raging in Saskatoon* jind other western centres. ' .They'-. are '^not making merely, a fleeting visit. H They are here to stay.....-Hereafter -a � 13 cent can of string beans will cost exactly 13 cents. The customer will be charged no more. If a nickel and a dime are deposited on the .counter in payment, two. redLcents will be puslied back in change. A-Tiew ''era, in the commercial world'Pf Le'tlihridge has arrived.-� The. Hudson's Bay,, Co. ia the inatig-; ator of the copper coinage movement in Lethbridge. Shortly after Manager Dodman assumed control of the Bay here, he decided that the time was not far distant, when the copper must make its appearance. He has read the handwriting--on the wall. The advance of. oldor civilization on the prairie provinces demands the introduction of the cent, and Mr. Dodman anticipated the Inevitable. ...... "1 am satisfied, that the introduction | New York, Feb. 13.-Unless ^�J�e of the cent in Lethbridge will prove ' middlegrouivd of .agreement.,is reaclfta unless agreement is soon reached fight will , start monday 'S EXPOSED L 10 DELIGHT OF THE HOUSE L. MR. MAItTf^ AY-aditF;^ Cardston, who delivered hlS-'ipatden^spefch.^in 'the. liej^elature, moving the reply to the speech from .tW.ihrohe. MrV Woolf -acquitted himself with credit and gave his constituents every reason for feeling proud of their member. " ' "| * I'M a success,". said Mr. Dodman in an interview with the Herald this .mom-. Ing. "It is >not so >� many years-ago -when?'the nickel and the dime were as: much a. curiosity in this city as the cent ,will be now. There was no coin-' &ge. snialler than the 25-cent piece. Then- the introduction of the copper is fyejj-ely another step In the same direction" ,)V[nfllpeg has copper coinage. It was :6nly a few, years since it was in trbduced - there. It 'came, 'to' mefefV'd demand. ',' Tl$ast year Ifc*^ was intri>; duced'iir'Calgary. Now 'if comes to "Halkthevftalk; about Wgh>"co1>t^ofri living- in the west is due to the absence of the cent," continued Manager Dodman. >''A/newcomer from eastern ' Canada, or. 'the- QW Land comes west. She-'comes into the' store to" buy a yard and a ihalf of ribbon, worth 16 cents a .yard. The clerk charges her 25 cents. .It -should,' have been .23. The result is that.'she goes- away convinced that'she 1b "paying for something she'does not get. an-d she remembers it. v .She begins to 'talk about the .-high cost, of everything in the �'"west. I believe f'invglvlng value for the- money, and the. copper coinage system is the.only way-to do It. "Of'courBe it--wIlK'be'said' that the /nickel.system.works-bath ways, that' the customer gains as much as th'eV merchant; But the people from the countries from.'which we are drawing .our population .will..not see it tha't way; -They; are, used to. paying the (\exact cost,' apd it "is much' greater today or tomorrow by the fifty-four eastern railroads arid their' 34,000 firemen, it;is considered likely .that a strike will be "called.vMidVy'-'nigfit,. effective d8 hours thereafter^' ; : This was the "concensus of opinion today of those follpw^'HH&t^dfi|$tn' ences..,through -which;. Ju^ge^Martin^A.. Knapp, of the '"TJF.-.'-. ^.'A0otD&Me' Court, has been trytng"-"tp '.p'ring""tiie two-- side^-ftb"^ ed to. concede a single point, and-if. trbducedthere?' it:.'ca'ma>"'to* meet/*' (�^e^:unyfer^bnding-. irfV reached, today, President Carter ot�tjbhc1 Brofcherh'oqd, says he  i^\^^,^Jsi0^^U'/^ necessary-, ^|f$Ke-sanJeltime^he 'tn-i ipM .:.'.�'>�' It is said' that t;fte :unio|fThas ,iti its' treasury nearly ^SB0p",06^'"f6r'" an -emergency fund. The '.ratitfpans':ihaye made elaborate plans fof' a'.sie^c, and have :already begun1 hiring;;tho)isanas of- strike breakersi^^^.^Siiun^erstpqd.:; NEW MIS' ACT. �iD 10 GIVE mm PROTECTION "i� ? ? * > Edmonton, Feb. 12.--Hon? ? C. W. Cross, who has-been ser^ .�}> ? iously'ill'*fori'some'time with ? ^l�Pj,:;tbj!!||tBnlitff. pneumonia;- -. - ? c-$ja.s Recovered r:auf'fi6lently to 'be'dut, and'.dn'-hi^jphysiciaji'.s_^^.* >&. ,or.ders has.'gone on.a.hplidayj. trip-, to .-,seek:."compietely- rer.'r�}>-ty* stored- health. - - � ? It is. hopedf that he will be-v^j ? -.able to Return,in a couple pf? >. "weeks.,. Hig trip is purely fpr, " recuperative riurposes and has, > no political ..significance at all. ? ? - > ? ? ? * ? > > 4> * �>" IN GALT GARDENS pi re in Montreal - Montreal, Feb. 112.-Fire-this mom ing 'broke out in the proofing �� ide-Company's, large. plant ,Jn^ the,; east end' of the city .and before 'the/flye satisfaction :tv them; if they can do men could get itundfer. cqntroIV'^m-eo." "-' '.  -  Mage amounting to ?5O700'O^ was,*done. : Mr. Dodman believes : also that- it �will- begin' a" ne.w era; of- thrift 'in the city, and'.the housewife will be more careful, in. her "marketing. . : 'So tomorrow*atwthe Hudson's Bay the � copper, malces its; appearance and ; the cent; .whichv has for so long been a otiosity/; a ;memo\r of other days,  will; oncervinore�"'be goihg - the rounds. st. pauL's mayor'deAo), ; St. Paul. Minn., Feb. 12.-Robert 'A-Smith, formar maypr, of. St. � Paul and prominent for * years - Ip/*- o'fflcial1/ life in Minnesota-died at :7.'15 ,o'clock''l�st night,-at his h'onie in the Marlborough Apartments. ,rHe'lliad -.beeifyalpjr ly failing for" days. IT Will Ask G.P.R. if Permission ; . Would be Given--BuiM 1 -' r V'."?%'TDe^rees;;';;;:'v7:'T^ ' Visions of a quarter million'-'city hall, built .of'stone, a. twin of the'new post .office under: construction;.! erected - in the very centre of,;g^alt Gardens, are 'occupying the mlnd'of .Mayor Hardio -today,. and if it- "is: at ail ppssible.'an agreement" "\vin~Be made with the C.  P. R. in jwjhilch compauy is vested the ^itle to.the central;4Q,o(io square feet of therpdrk, jwhereby the city will be given title for the property on the conditlon�th;atv it'bo used for all time as the location' of - Lethbrldge's*civic building. The scheme ia not a haw one by any means. It has -been advocateiiby: aggressive citizens of Lethbridge'5;fb$: years.. It is almost as old as the -Southern Alberta As-' -ties, the suggestion, that the govern- pose than that decided by the coin--f)ocial,ed Boards of Trade, and* he menl should appoint; f roadmabteis. nany. - i cla|ii)s -that; the association is m who&e duty, it will be to teguire.thoi it was only this niorning that'the.' possession o� cpnerete cases which farmers of the dls^riqt, up' the^prk ^ay0r lumed his* attention to- the ^ Will prove their"cpntention, There is, instead of paying direct,tax,/tD>.le>3 question. Hardly'had he seated'htm-  WHEAT GRADING NOT. UNIFORM S^r" , ;- f t^"1- t'- ,''''4 Associated'Boards of Trade Will Deal With This and Other ''" Important Matters at Their Coming^ Meeting > .Thja^.iWheat-'-and-'other-.fcrftinsit.Krad-ed in Galgary-amd shipped to the B. G. market - receive from one to two gradeV better grading than wheat from the. same' bin � shipped to Fort William and -Winnipeg, .and graded Sifton. - JGoverhrnent IntrofJuces i; ;Bill kased ^Report of Lomrmssion I jjEdmontons'^ebi .^^IfMortaiit;-f4>ro-vislons'.arJst^^Mne^^p^^ftes -act, , the > first readia^vO^witch.'-was giv-env in the Alberta. der cpnsttUctipnc "^t'SrLast � year-1075*,miles:'^e"re" built.- The- ? money, market 'was'- bafl last ? year, arid' .�jfcouid';'be"."'bad* again 4. this.K-We'.have-hitfen pff ab-' ? out as much as 'we*"cdn chew," 6 * ,�t^� * Lucien Beaudreau in Fiery Speech Shows that Present Leader  of Wee Seven Offered to Support Liberals-What Was i Price of Back Down:r-Lively Opening of Session ^ (Special to The Hefald) Edmonton,, Alta., Feb. 12.-Challenging E. E. Michener, M.L:A., leader of the Opposition in the Provincial House-, to carry a message to Mr. Borden, asking" ihim to go to" the country on his naval policyof contribution,-reminding the opposition' members;of the great promises made by their leader in the Dominion in. respect to the handing over of the natural resources of the province-promises which" are as yet unfulfilled, even twitting Mr. Michener' himself with the' fact that he was elected as an- independent, and that during his campaign he had written a personal letter-to-Hon.,A. C. Rutherford, then premier, stating he was in favor of the Liberal policy,- and* bringing out the fact, that � Hon. Mr. Haultafn, leader of the Opposition^ in the Saskatchewan House, had, at the order of his party and 'tie ^biB Interests and manufacturers of' the Eapt, turned down the interests-of the farmers he had at one time supported,' and for his services in this respect.had. been appointed a judge" of the. Supreme Court, Lucien Boudreau-, -member for St. Albert, made - a; ;'f ignitingr speech in the House-this'-a^ternbon, that time and 'tim&i'4$ain^ha^tlve cro'wd in the well-filled'; galle^iesMeaii* ing over to catch .eve'ry;-fWord} '"atfd that brought round afteirt'rouiia-of applause from both.the goV.efnpient itnd opposition benches. . V^-r.-vT,' -dfd not say a word.against wlo!er.T|11irkstS;' because ha knew that'the/farmfirB.* ln> attendance werw in fay or ;'of ;'^der,; markets; but that,-. Iater.;on^iatt'the,' request of the big intacestsi?andV:ihe'' farmers. Grading, under the Manitobo meet with'gpnera! approval.".....] what had been done so far to further' GrainNAot'is supposad to be uniform, The distribution: of.^pharges ' wade tt>6 ubrary scheme. She intimated' and they wish' it to> be so." , on towns and cities*, for; nonrpapng - thattth4 c^ntre of the park would 3be Thlsiis ';one-'sdf''th'fe; matters> which - patients is> another^ria-tt^r' whicji'will Vfi\\ 'p^Upj/ the, attention of .the ex- he dlscussed/as tha.Steseiit .ari^aUKB-e^utiyei^ol-t iVssofiiated," Boards Jnea(; 'docH ,not (seon^j'tojsbe general,))!,, ^anaV, '^be-ttej:, m'af}te]s when they;'lb.f roads "and highways *r for farmers |9?b>piir'e-sjdent'of, thc^-tassociWlPJi, 5\vlJ.\?lea^ Monday - atlq^fM^^Vftfe^^fep^l w'here, he CvjlV.in^ar^pi^rtM/{g^-^n-!; rnon.tr au^whfire'.Uii^UU aj|p.ife]iipr Ara lecture * on; (he imoor,tanCB^f � pp- �the right .pla.ee fo^, it.a,nd a^lte'd%j|^ it was iontrolled by the city. SrZ~. �> � The mayor then busied himself', tpj; learn-.the ownership of' the. reserved-space, He found ,^h'ati it was hj&d-in,. trust by Uie,>C. P.-R. Its'disposition!' i& a'matter for the which':will be under the patronage of the R. N. W. M. P., the 'Veterans, City Council, and other .prominent local organizations.- : \~-Eh& Admission to /"be - charged "wjll be "fifty cents, and the con-' .certjWilj be given in the S. O.1 E. , , hall, within the next two weeks. ^Tb/I^iSjan excellent way of con-'".tributink in a practical manner '7to�such'Ja worthy cause,-and it is 'to'be hoped that on the evening otl2h,� Lcpncert, every available, 'seat witl b,e qccupjed.-, Fuller, an.-nouneemeaU, will be . made, ^ro.ugh, the -press later,. , " -Is^IJi;>tbo meantime any person; -Wishingto cont-ibute directly and,) |i,,,-iterUaps?moi-e largely than through , i'tfiASco/icPrt should  pontrlbute j PACKING/PLANT IS E TO A G. W.: Field Looks on Leth:  bridge District as Particularly 1 Suitable to Stock Raising - "Advise .the '-farmers - to grow: tiie live stock, "and ;it .will, not be long be; fore one of the big companies will build a-packing plant at Lethbridge. This .city,18!destined"'to become one of the important: live stock "centres of the west. " Its - location  in a Jbigr" alv falfa district points to that." - Although he had been'heralded by a letter, from .the' Vancouver-Prince Rupert 'Co., ,t6, the' local Board - of Trade, George W. Field, ,the company's representatives',, had been -in the district' several LBays before his presence was known-to any .e'xeept the farmers; Yep.terdfty, ie returned from a successful irip to' Magrath,' where-he purchasedvorio ilvuridred hogs -from' Jensen Uros;, pe. says -tliey have, about five hundred' left.'  tt� Alberta will do the same" thing," fogether the live stpdkr'indjnstrVvJiis assuming a splendid tone. '  i V seattle times burned- c-,ut J .. .Seattle, Feb. 12.-The'SeattleiTlmes' ibqildingi a; four storey .B^ic^i'steuotm*: and � the.sDenny building; .flve.: stories high; adjoining the Times build'nigj) werei partly, wrecked by fIreTe'artV" to'-'' 'day with .a -total loss-estimated,;;at $2502000�fully - covered-!by 'incurance;, The^catise'^'of' the fire isVnot'jtfno^ni1.*'- manufacturers of the east he had turn� ed down the farmers, even as Mr. Haultain had done, and -worked and voted against a policy of wider mar*' kets and better and greater opportunities for the farmers of Alberta. "When the provincial elections come on in Alberta, the hon.. leaden of the opposition cannot expect re� ward for his stand in regard to wid� er markets from the farmers of this province," he said. "But he might look to the east and to the, federal-government for a position on the Railway Commission, even as Mr, Haultain looked for and received a-position on the Supreme Court bencli of Saskatchewan.". Mr. Woolf's Good Start "! Mr. 'Bourdreau's speech, wjaa fh4 second good speech made .in. thO House during the afternoon, .the other being, the speech ot Martin "Woolf, M.L.A. for Cardston, In- moving the ' address in reply to the Speech from � the Throne. It was in seconding: this � address that Mr. Bourdreau stai*ted � the pyrotechnics, to the delight ottha-: gallery and-the government1'benches, and the very evident discomfiture of 4 the leader of the opposition and bis-followers. - . , * . . ! In his speech, Mr, Woolf .after/ touching lightly on the visit of the Governor-General to the province and ' the significance of the fact that : ai ; prince of the Royal blood wais Gov- ' ernor-General of Canada, referred to > the statements made by Lleut.-Gov- * |5ernor Bulyea, regarding the Dry-Farm1; 4 ing Congress at Lethbridge last year, i and pointed out the- success of the ! Alberta farmers in competitions open ' ^tp', the .farming countries of the world, *, a success; which-had drawn the An?:* j^ericans" and^fhousand-s otfgfaln gro;wA ''1 ; , ^' , t ^Educational matters ,were also >tou4n?aiycmt^y;"Xr. Woolf, ,whVj^i;,>; 5pressed ".the � railflpad construction in thi* provW; fince. , /^MM "The greatest mileage-has been con^f^lf stmcted. and made ready for opera|'^V^ tion in this province last year than 5\M ever was constructedjn the history, or1 -j% this country in a. single year," ,'he,"' ^ >' saidl ."More.mihBS of 'Tallway. haW' b'een built In -the- province' of Alberta "\ ri m >M 1 $3 ;during the last three years than,In* ,th�- whple ,of her previous history; in-V.: eludingtjbie iperiod 'when  ttie- pfovinca was part of the Northwest Territory'? ie,8. Fif;ty per cent^oi these lines, axe " lines>. that," ha.ve' ants, *� =7^ ROYAL VffimSCHOOL IS, BARP1 Will Not be Annexed to Ci'ty)District-Advised"to Form a-Vil� � -lage District to Increase Their Borrowing Powers Growing pains felt shy. Lethbridge ;during the past four, on five vyeaishavej affected not only,the ^iiseiof :the 'Pityj proper, but: also' the irSa 6f?vfhJ�;:l^^ .-brida^�iR�bUx^-^cJhOTis^trf^'No>H'Bi,>. ;And-'jpasniaolj.,vaBJth^!i-Mh^^l.vdlfitl$c|: has -grown^^arger.-othei^'ftdiJplW tracts hp-ve, dimln}shed,TuntlV they' trail almost- annihilateo;, . *. . " tejf*$\ - This (has, 'biippented,7tct'^^cM&ifyfi �^�;,!fftw:ye^r3',a^0',thpy^hW|^fl^ .district,, with., enough?la�d ,suppprt 'a.school:' J^'&#mie$fc;i ;they ha4 grpwn" so SBjIll^hfai Wep, )vere pons'idierin'g' theJP%vi8ah(ufe^� kawaJg\$\0Ahkm^^\ ciation, they made it their business, to , call upon Hon. ,J. R. Boyle, Minister of Education', to ask him- what' 1 Lethbridge, district-should do about ti the proposal to amalgamate ' with^ ( fioyal' View. The_ minister did not ;\,' g'eeitn to ,'favor- tht*' scheme. It would* f (>'1 be Hop! far f rpm,-Lethb>-idge to rec^i.y-e proper supervision. >\ � ' To .overcome tthe ,-dlfficuHy exp|r- * ' .ikge^d'latr^/wWch - 'SoiilQ^^^ ,qtem to v^iim;oh^f;^C^AM'! .ance. SQ.t9.rn.liig ^tmh  rt. -elverv^^ovsnt, tkuft'jt Jjpjj^W )W* ''per, *fpft-th&iRP>'rtllfeyie^t.tru:9ts-'i t�i9v'X�B -.dm 15 6714 34 40 77 0631 ;