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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. LETHUIUDCB, AU1ERTA, SATUUUY, KKUUUAItY U, 1911 1'HICB-FIVB CENTS N'UMHEU Commissioner Grace Says They Will Benefit the Working Men Whether Ihe diy o! l-Mhbrldjo JIG equipped, -with walcr meltrs or not. now rcsla entirely cil" ireiis. 1( they conic to Ihe conclu- sion that Ihe meters arc what is want- thuy will ue installed during the present year, at a total cost of J37.- 430. Commissioner Grace has decld- I'd Ihat they are the lest tiling for the eliy; they tavg rrovcn CHANGES MISS CANADA'S NINETEEN FOURTEEN VALENTINE IM HERALD STAFF the best thins In many another city, BO he has included them In Ms estimates for lha capital expenditure- this year, iiiid It Is likely that the estimates will accepted by tim commission on Mon- day morning, because they nil iigrecd that meters If eslimatcs iiass the commistlon v.-ithout a hitch, :i bylaw will be trc- yared providing for the bond is When Ibis bylaw conies before Ihe people the fate o! the met- t-r will be known. Rut Mr. Gracu does not lliink llmt why they should be in use. and where they nill bo saving both them-; [.elvca and the cily by installing them.: In Ihc-first place, liiere Is a tre-jy mendous wasio of water at the lire- sent time. This waste "Onuses a heavy strain Ihe pumping plant. .Mr. T. W. for over two >ears managing c-ditor of itrTdlJ. IKS resigned lo en- lor another field of work re- quiring less confinement to an office. Mr. Qu-aylo's homo will continue lo be ill at 21M SIM" avenue South for tome lime. In reliaitulshmi; Ihe position of managing editor, Mr. Quaylo 'wishes lo acknowledge Ihe pleasant relations ho his enjoyed with the Herald and every member of the slaff in all Ho will lie succeeded in the- editorial c'uair by Mr. Harold 0. who has been a member o' the staff for several sears and well known In tho city. Mr. Long blinds 'to Ms task an cvcpllonally. well mind for newspaper work, is thoroughly efflctenl, will continue with vigor the policy of building ui) Ihe Herald anil 't extending its mission of kecii- Ing Lelhbridge and all Soulli- cm Alberta "on Ihe map." The Herald aims first ol all at reflceling the activities and development of Southern Al- berta, and confidently feels lhat it is performing that task the practical aprireclallon and It it is continued the city bo compelled to install a new iiumn csli-1 mated to cost about JHO.OLW. Secondly, each citizen of liiis city is lisiiiK about SO gallons a day more than (ho normal consumption. A Saving to All Mr. Grace, in advising the Herald Hie matter, -a-Irheil to particularly empluBire (he fact that asters will save every wnter user in .tho city, in- dudtrig tlie working man. To con- vince hlintcK and others that this is Jhe ho liad Mr. Harvey prepare folipwing csaiuples, each one be- jng reiireseiLlallye' of the. class of houses in quesiidn li-e're metercd without the knowledge of the.occu- pant. 'EO' In each instance the con- sumer used n-.ore water than would ordinarily be Ilia cats, as sach consuming' iLndcr tho impreshlon tliat they were buying fit the flat rate now- ill existence, whereas they would iinve cut down the a'mour.t If they had known that meters were attach- Kiample Xo. 1: of Ihe district concerned. Ixmg, in addition to his equipment as a Journalist, has the added merit of Ufclnc; an enthusiastic Lethbridse man. Mr. C. M. McLennan, who has proven his worth as a newspaper man. will succeed Mr. Lous as senior reporter. Estab'islimenl Which Douglas7 Bill and Time Use the Natural Products of the Province for Starting and Completing Work Discussed Chrcslo- will the Out.. i-'eb. was Ontnrin ac-l an excilins day in the Commons, i'e' rX'lic silc lias few bills were ad p'a.h lecn liccidi-d upon, the win-i vanccd a Mafic, some estimates -.verr uiiy fcirmi-d, a'r.d voik'noun fac.-iv.itcd and private bills v.cre consul- ton- v.ill I'OiiiuiCiiU' as I.S Thi': anr.riur.cenicn was iiiude to 'tie Herald on Friday bv Dr. O. Wcels. and mines somcwiiat as a in lhat i! is Midi a novelty. months Anton Itostopi, I a we.iilhy fanner o! Thicnsvillc, Wit-1 visited Ihc Weeks ranrh at, ,nn in roniiiany with' several I olLer wealthy uicu Milwaukee who were interested in nca-ran- uing industry. He mentioned cas- ually that a cerl.iiu part of tlie ramil was admirably suited as a PW- ercd fi.-r an hour in tLu cvciiing. Tiien Ihe estimates wfrr taken up iigab mut li time uas taken up willi consideration n: di.iuiissals by Hie1 government of alleged parlisaus in Xova Scotia. proposal to the time duiing which railways must commence construction of authorized J railways tc >ear ar.d completion rx was discussed in oi ?lr. .James J- las' hill Ihe Calgary-l-'d- niontun railwaj. On Tuesday the railway committee decided on stand- ing vote it was not desirable to make PEOPLE ARE BADLY SCARED Berne, Switzerland, Feb. though Iho Swiss .backing inslilu tions have assured tho tioulic tha do everything 'p He t tide tneni orcr the .present crisis there is a run-oil all (he local lank in Tictno. where Iho'ijlnlc. continues lint especially on the Banca Popo lare of Lugano. Two people, who have lost heavl! cornmittcrl sniciile, anil in- Uwarr. tlio inrtlic Is so greatly exciteii tha tho authorities have found it nece tary to call out' a company of i fanlry to be for emergencies. ,ives Endangered in'Big Fire in Minneapolis Whole- sale District Minntapolis, Ftb. 6-storey building of the Northern Manufactur- ng Co. is burning. The estimated dam age up to 2.30 p.m.' was 'W B. Howe, a shipping clerk, and "two others are reported trappec on the 5th floor. Rose Shulti, Joseph Cousins, J. Wilson, W. Cooper. W. E McKay and Ezra Roth, employees, re ceived severe burns.'" CHIEF OF POLICE RIDING ROUND. IN AUTO -Honk: lionk'. Cling! Chug1." j "What's tliat, a new fire ilepart- "Xo. (hat [ihcnoreeiia is the prlson- crt joy-cnil. anil lielongs to tlie J.c-tbbrliJgc Uenartnicnt.'1 At last, Cblr-f Skellon lias Ihc as- Eurancc that tbo niiicb'rtcalrcd ben- zino pcr.imbnlalor for the transfer of ME3.. tbugs ana cbeque arllsls mrt soon le an adjunct of Ws departmeiil. :ind a dialogue like tho will bo an everyday occurrence in tbc near fmnre.- Mayor Is ciiairman of Hie 1'ollcc Commission, nncl he made motion at tliclr nieeling yesterday Ibal tlio maclilne formerly used by the department of tnglneerlns be tiirneil over (o tlie police. Tlie mai- ler raiiBl 'be finallr decided by the city commissioners, Iml there is no' much dmitt ahout its passing tliat august and dlgnilled. body, since Ihc Mayor has recommended it. Chief SkeUor, submitted a report ou and the promise lo ba very inler he cost of garaging and running the nac.liine, and it was so low that the could hardly turn it down. The amouul allowed In Iho police eatimates for cal) hire was The llth annual convention" oi' Dis trie! IS of the Cnilcil Mine Worker oi America opens heie on Monda morning, delegates from noine oi th 1'ass towns already in the citj The meetings will be held in tl the estinE. larrisay Macdonald Says Ilia! Churchilk--is Going to Ex- "Jremes AboutiNavy Londos, Kcii. Macllor. alivYl-.e labor leader who'has'rccenl ly -returned from India, lost- no tim in invading the enemy's territory an presenting in plain fashion the laho attitude towards naval cspendilun SpeaUng at Dundee, the constitute of 'the tirst iord oi the Sir. Mac-Donald said that Jlr. Church ill believed that an inflated navy necessary ior the security oi in-.-- country, lie himself did not- believe this, but what he did believe was .Mr. Chavchill had been the worst London, Feb. Arihur Lee-. T, ol neas and the bam, secretary oi the lniic.1 )viu Service InstHution, has just received :Q.jtjmt a very interci.tins' historical souvenir The site factory site, and Irom this lemark The Chief Canning company, at SIOO.OOO was iormed- Dr. Weeks went to Milwaukee where lie attended the I'ca-Canncrs' conven- tion. Other Milwaukee men were in- terested, and practically the whole itock subscribed. 11 is tlie intention oi tire company to raise their own peas and Ur. Weeks, who lias expErimeatfti with peas for the past sis years, says that Alberta soil, will .raise double, the- quantity produced in Wisconsin, Ibe variety" suilcd to this climate the Alaska and northern gio'wn peas which have a very superior color ami flavor. The output of the factory will be about cases the-.first acil will he increased as" tim supply ileVnand--warrants, j this jer.eral and tonight tha advisa- bility of having it apply to one bill and nnt tu others was discussed. H uas iitially agreed to let- the bill stand over for Ihc present. On Hie second trading of the bill to amend the Canadian' shipping acl, Hon. J..1V llazen said a new pro- vision would not apply to inland waters. BORAN TRIBESMEN MASSACRED ENEMIES can be doubled'il required, selected is at the 'edge o! TUiii.the governors and'court-of-'di- the town on Dr. Weeks' ranch; in 'who closc rectors of "the bank oi Knglan at liis request have lent it for libition in-the innscum in Whitehall, hall; now It the. where drainage to Lee's erect .is pos- sible with.small exprBse. KILACilO OI-' I'KA VIXKS Larue silos will be. rue ted aarl bant'of Knglimi note vines-placed in silage to illicit Lor3''Cochranr. paid lo secme fatter, cattle which will be owned by his rdcase iron, nri.on in >S1, U, note hears the foJlowmg enilorwimcnl: JV-RC sUaRC wjll provjuc .the finest "oi My health bavins sufiercd by long foorl. Nairobi, British East Africa. Protectorate, Feb. H, Boran tribesmen exterminated' recently i Ihc -an entire village competed of 200 men, women: and children of the Rendile .tribe- in the Lorlan swamp ..In'the northern part of the pro-' tectorate, according to an "ex- plorer who reached here today: The Borans, who are a peaceful: people, engaged in pastoral pccu- have been harassed by" the Rendiles.'. This." so exasperated the Borans that they retaliated by killing every one ol the -Rendile tribe they could find. convention is one portanl in Ihe historj and the delegates wil lo consider many of importance of lh he c- Dis of the most im'- (iril lord lhc 01 me most im. ,jffn it (an extraordinary thing n linm there was more to the j and close coniiuemcnt and my up- I to Ihe supply of peas for can-! pressors being resolved to deprive me Ur. Weeks says tliat the com- oi property or lile, I submit to toll- pany wiu rent all Ihe .land necessary .hciy to protect niyseli Irom murder, favmers in the district, and.all in the hope-that I shall live to tiring will he required to 6n will ie'to delinqucnls to justice. jiaii plow their land. The remainder of (lie work will he iloue by the. com- pany, which will have teams and ini; pleuients required for seedicg and gathering the crop. The amount.ui lar.d required for the proposed output is about SOO the rate ol 3D but the chief eays he can beat situation witliin the district and the Ihis to a frazjlc with a hack of nls own. his actual figures being a. saving of {IM. The cling wagon will bu used ox- elnsivoly for the. transport of pris- oners to tlie barracks and the prov- ncial jail, and for answering -hurry calls, Tho only or.ea who will lie al- lowd 10 Joy ride are [irlsoncra, and (heir Journeys will be brief. In some cases the aulo uill serve as a taxi, the amount of the joy ride lo bo charjed up as costs in the offend- er's fine- Chief SkeltoH 'i-as as pleased as a boy with a new rocking horse, when the decision wo? reachea. organizatton generally. was going up. It was all due game, of the armament manufacturers. When the ho'-ise met tlie Labor parly or two questions tn 'Gratol Chamber, King's Prison, July 3rd, IS15." Hear-Admiral Lord Cochrar.e, MI'., had bee'ri ininr'isicr.eil i'ri a false'cliargt oi swindling in connection with the Ileronger- frauds, and was expelled bushels to the acre. In time it is fto-n the house'of commons, lut was hoped tliat the farmers in the district immcdialelv re-elected lor Wcslmin- will lake to raising peas, as Dr. ster lie''was' liisr.tissrd from' tlie Weeks is ol the opinion that there.i? navy and his banner as a Knight oi a line profit in it for the jaiscr. Mr. the Bath removed from Westminster lioskopf has been instrumental in the BRITISH LABORITES AND THE LAND PROBLEM London, Feb. 14.-Under the title The Labor Party and the Agricul tural the linal report and elanioiir.g so much lor such tvncn- Abbey. ask on this subject. The.y would sooii sec Ihc accounts, if it wasUrMrcntB) 'himself at the house of lound out thai the standard was not co.nmras. ]ic 'was rearrested and increased ajailist other countries in a for 20 days. thal'all this n-oncy might, be. a year in prison, during ll this n-oncy might, be. rcquir- td -for efficiency, (hey would oppose A nev: trial was rciuEcd establishment of the company, anil he escaped from prison and is oiherwisc interested in Southern Alberta having a large at Aetna. A foreman who thoroughly under- stands the business ilill be broughl- Quebec. Qne., Feb. earth- quake Ehock.was fell all over the city and district of Quebec at 5-tO this morning. The shock was violent enough to hundreds of citi- zens. Messages from J.evis, Bale St. Paul and I'slet shou- that the Fame seismic perturbation -Rag registered at different points of this district.- Xo accidents are reported so far. hc ileiotcd himself to the tror.l SENATOR COX WILL PROBATED WIN IN AUSTRIA l-'eu. Women are to be enfranchised in Bohemia.- The Austrian Prime Minister, Count Stnrgkh, announced to the leaders of the Oer-man and Czech parties In the llo-hemlan Diet that the Austrian government proposes lo aller the Ilohcrn- Toronto, Feb. IJ.-Tlit will ol dilure. A GOVKHX.MEXT Sl'KAKKU .'London, Feb. i3.-Ellis Oriflitii, under-secrctary for the home olfice, speaking in Liverpool, said the navy late Kenatpr A. for probate today, lie left real _. personal propetly valued at i enfranchise women. Tho latter onslllulloti In such a way as lo will S87007I which goes mostly lo Kd-; hecomo Sectors, hut will not yet se- ward, William and Herbert. the rlcht lo bo elected lo the widow was handsomely provide-l for Diet. To charily the I am some years ago. lowing ainounts were siren: Toronto (Jericral hospilal, okk Cliil- drcn's, Aged Wom- en's home, and Toronto Homo for Incurables, J5.000. tiro. K. Lit- tle, piivnlc secretary, got SM.OOO. WILL STUDY JOURNALISM 1'arls, fcb. Is anonnced by the corresrondenl of Ihe Matin that the Ocinian Crown Trii.ce In- tends lo visit shortly one ot the larg- est priming .cblaUlsnments In tho caplthl. and that ho has also express- ed a wieli to become acquainted with the mclliods ol tion. KAS CONFIDENCE IN HIS SON llcrlln, to Ihe .Montags Xeilunft the Knlscf, when he decided lo recall the Crown I'rlnco from Danzig, observed to his entour- age: "Well, William is no diplomat, I admit; hut I liclicve Iho fellow has got marrow in bines (schrol Im lie will turn out our Mollke. yet." The. paper soys lhat HiO remark is vouched for by good authority; hence, perhaps, Iho decision lo give the newspaper produc-1 Prlncn Mollke's roouf lo w-ork In lit Ihe general ulall. recommendations ol the seven mem- bers ol parliament constituting the Land Inquiry commission of Iho La: bor party have, hwn issued. In sum- mary form they are: (1) Only public ownership and con- trol will secure for the community the best possible use of land and the social values which attach to il. (2) Only as the puolle assume Ihe 'proprietorship of land will the lulle'st advantage he gained from the. point of oi public, utility and revenue. (3) It is essential to the develop- ment of national resources ami'.to the general well-being lhat lhc nation' embark on a deliberate, and Insistent policy oi bringing land inlo social possession. (4) Doth central and author- .ties-should he. invested with the widest possible powers of bringing and Into public ownership hy pur- chase on the basis of lhc, national land valuation. (3) Occupying tenancies rablc to whether slate-aided or otherwise, Ia in Hie nuniher of the! Admiral C. M. St. P. ROAD HEADING FOR ALBERTA- Where is the Chicago, Milwaukee note, which had been subscribed lor by the public In penny subscriptions. He continued his attacks on corrup- tions and abuses in'the house of com- mons, arid again suffered imprison- ment. The public more paid his IIII 111. was now the subject oi one of thore fine (or his release. In on Ins periodic scates lo which fhey had he- [innocence, being he raihvay coins ac went on, ing that, the. sovcrnracnt will see that an adeijiiatrly strong navy to protect lhc shores and commerce of this country will lip provided. Although their, has l.cen 'a great discussion go- ing in the last few days I do iiot he- accustomed. "I lie-1granted a ficc pardon and restored That's v.hat .they're all perfectly safe insav-lto hi? rani: in .the navy. In 1817 Iif down nt (ireal Vails, Ti- ns our navy is coll- w'as created ;i Knight Grand Cross is now in fireat Kails, having reach-1 of Hie Order of Hntli. He 1SCO, and lies buried _- llcve'thal anyor.c really thir.Vs thai! a very. early age inr a series -1 u the. 16 to 10 slandard in the great pan! aclions ed thai cily during the past year, Westminster iiow it is anliouncc'il that a linn being projected in a northerly di- Adi'nir'al Ctn-hr.iiiC. who later in life, veclion to (.'nnrad. Great. Kalis was lo succeed lo the family Cailitom 'papers say it will he built this s-dm- oi DundonaM, achicifd fame at Such.a lir.r. would parallel ,the G. K. fioin Grrai Vails almost Id Khelhy. .Ijnrcs l-'isk, who rclurned Irom firral Kails this wceV, says the people oi that cily are watching" Ihc development oi Ihe road with keen in BLINDING SNOW STORM New Yorif, Keh. first big snowstorm of the winter hit N'ew York today- Snow was general in the southeast and the New England stales. In a blinding storm off Iho Virginia coast, tho British tramp steamer {Catherine Park and an nil- identified steamer are. ashore, and signalled for. assistance. Revenue cuttera and 'wreckers went to their aid. Wireless messages from several liners due here today, said they would ,ot be able to reach port until M on- lay" or Tuesday. The list Includes ho America, from Hamburg: the Campania Irom Liverpool: Ravoie rom Ilavres, and tho St. Louis from I'rench and Span- superior Alter he ships is going lo he departed war of greatly :ln'" a speech at Milverton. West armament to his own ship. Bornersel, Lord St. Audrics said oul with Ihe admiralty, cryhody must know thai there had largely on account of his truculent been A'disision in the cabinet over ictilicisins of superior oliicers, lie ol- [ercst, they declaring H'is the navy. The radfcnl press was (crcrl hi? services In l.clh- Chile, the young headed lor Alberta, and that tiiianinioni in hacking the. engnscil in a struggle for bridge is Ibe objective. of lhc exchequer againsl UK first Irom Spain, and to Ihis dnj' Conrad is only about 40 miles (erablc to ownership. Purchase, oi crying out for I that Koulh American people regards south pi luutts, and SO miles from the Milwaukee- beat Jim llil locks up capital which might fie de-. were about to he huilt.: national Volcd to the acquirement o! "luiif navv" party a menls nr.J slock and Ihc general im- provcment ol land. (G) Tho system o! agricultural col- leger and experimental farms should he extended. The lormcr should be freely open (o prospective and actual land-'holilers and farm-workers .likely lo profit by the sources there fio- vidcd. Cochrane an one ol thr tieroei: Subsequently he lilrntial parly. and for flrrece. ngainst development GENERAL ELECTION IN BULGARIA '.Sofia, Ilulgarla. Veb. The Im-pC'iuling general election for the new Bchranye.- which will perhans ho Iho most Important ever held In bcrii definitely, fixed for March 7, Ttic total number of members in the new chamber will be Zl.'i, of whom II will bo elected hy thft Inhabitants of Ihe .recently nnnexcd dls-Irlcl9 in Macedonia Tlio c peels (o obtain hopes shouiti r dlflciilt to und ndminlslrallon carried en will- Tlio cabinet confidently ox jority, but if it: realized, it I Southampton. TODAY: ST. VALENTINE'S OAY ff Yesterday may have been unlucky; I'rlday tlio tlilrlecnth is generally supposed lo be leaded wilh n rionlilc dose of hard hick inf redlents. Pi t unlucky -'i about Saturday, U. It's SI. Valentine's nay. This fj will seno lo hlgiily-folorcd and vnrleeiled -i 'f mlsslvea delivered It rough' hi t -Majesty's mail. v Today ]3 Dan Cupid's ovn. ;