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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MARKETS May wheat.............. May oitl................ 67% May flax................ 168% VOLUME VIII. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. FEBRUARY 1C, 1815 NUMBER 56 IOME1 Miners in Convention De- cide That Each Local Will Have Delegate at Joint Meeting to Draw Up New Agreement The discussion at tfae Miners' con- vention this morning ranged round a resolution submitted to uia meeting by the Bellevue local, hi winch It was aaJred that, a member of even' local should be represented on the commit- tee to bo appointed to meet the oper- ators for negotiating the new agree- ment. Arguments for and against Iwore briskly advanced, one beiiiK that the increase in numbers would render ilia committee too unwieldy, and would also add to the expense. To this it was urged that the members need not all be on the committee, but phould be preeeut for the purpose ol" affording uny .particular information TGQulred by the operators as to Lho conditions any particular mine. Del- egate Loughran said that Iheae condi- tions were extremely varied, no two lufnea being alike, and the presence local representatives would, there- fore, meet a decided want. It was felt by the convention that the miners Jn general had suffered through, the lack of representation when. the 1911 agreement was drawn EXPECTS TO SINK SOME NEUTRALS -K.-I- -1- FRANCE SEES EARLY PARTICIPATION OF NEUTRALS IN THE WAR London, Feb. note from the German Chancellor n'e transmitted to the Rotterdam Chamber of Commerce, that in most cases German sub- marines will be unable to dlstlnguloh between neutral and British vessels encountered in the war zone, and that all merchantmen therefore run the rick of destruction. In Berlin an official statement was itsued suggesting that British submar- Ines might purposely sink neutral ves- sels (n order to precipitate a conflict between Germany and neutral French newspapers commend the attitude of the United States, which is laid to be the first step toward "the Inovlable participation of neutrals In the great events which are dividing the world." (jKKMAKY HACKIS'O HP Washington, Kcb. tion ollicials Imlay awaited with Hie 'Jr.rman '.inibapsailur here, Count Von Tlio X oilier] a mis has maintained the keenest inlcrosL .in indication Ciix'.it IJri tain's at-Ututo toward maiiy's pronusnl made Uironirli t-lic 'mediately transmit Uvl lliu proposal United Slates to drop her pluu to London destroy enemy merchant- ships by ii submarine and mine campaign in Dritisli waters if Circal Britain would put JIL'JT wjjr prwJauiation priw cmirL, is destined fnr (if to eilect pfi l''nb. IS. Thai she would rion-combalunls ;nnl icn'dc froiii. her pusilion if ICniiland t it be pLTiniit-cd ID no fonvanl. would iiiccfe'lirr dcnuinits in to j Holland Protests, Too food shipments wns annmiiu'cd hy the The Ilasmj, via London, Kub. fir.niian here, Count Von This X'-M' n of, Ucrnslorrf, irija unit: to the l-nitcd strictest ncuiralllv by (Id-- Slnles SlalcMnciiiiit.nici.l. which im- nolcs of prolusi at Ihe samo niomci 'to ticnunuv and GveM Hritfiln rogai ing tho acts of llKise governments in resneailvcK ileularinu a war zone of tho wjUera arcund (Me Hrltiah permit food cargoes to pass unmo- lested lo the German civilian popula- HKRtfSTOIWS OFFER Germany's announced purpose is It; LKT (lO-l'I.KA Gci'niiuiy's jmv'o.iii-inii WHS simullani'mislv hom Hie Stain Mr-jjiiMMJPjit if) and jn using noulrul flags. Ihc] DijjlOHiP.ls here have been nwiiiutiK British Korean Oflii-e submit I cvi- action of this land and their cxpeclii- dL'iice by owners of Ihn Ami'ricnu tions were fulfilled this when steamer Wilheiiiiina that tlie vessel's it was announced that the min- food L-iirgo now bv a British istcr :U had to blind the noli? lo tho GiM'nmn Foreign Ofl'lcc, the olbor note lieini; communl- calud to CJreat Hntain. Tlierc liiis Iicen difciiKKioa of the (Juniors to bo r-nt-ouiiU'red in tlio North Sen, and IJnlcli shipping is men- need mm: llian thut of any oilier lieu- if prolutu at Ihe samo moniciil; tral to thc mini- ami Gi-eal nritfiln roganl- of Dutch vessels pausing through Ihc: Cluume) on the voyage lo tbc Duicl; Indios. Dutch shippers ap- uoar ileterminnd not ID change their and Iho ships will proceed over Ihtj usual routes, although in hints in order lo nuikc their na- tionality t-lear. (Continned on C P R WILL MAKE PUTTING THE QUIETUS ON H. c. OF L. WEEK'S GRUB FOR 6 COST TRY IT lip. Smith considered ifc was toot. BO much a mutter of representa- tion, as the having the power to en-1 force the miners' demands. Hie ex- perience was that representation would cut u, poor show when It came to- the ilnal arrangements, Fer-. Die for instance, was represent- tfd'on committee; b'fll'HctfDie out after the agreement far worse than ft was before it. Delegate Burke said that he wished to remove from the minds of the dele- gates any apprehension that the re- Eolution contained a "nigger in the Tvoodpile." It was contended that Bellevu.e local should fight for a pure- ]y local matter, aay, lor instance, IB eenlB extra on cross-cuts, and obatruct the agreement U that was not granted. Delegate Johnson said that It was not a case of what the miners had lost Anxious to Know if Any Lack Grain to Seed Every Acre of Trade and Agents Asked lo Make Thorough Canvass Patriotism and has entered into thc program of ihe Can- adian Pacilic, which through its gen- eral grain and agricultural agent, Why docs It cost (iO cent 'more to Eued a family in Lethbrldgc than In Ottawa? That is the question ivhicii tne city council will endeavor lo solve in the near future. Mayor IJnrdie discovered 'while In the capital that, families were being given relief very much cheaper than it could be dispensed in his home town. In Ottawa it costs to feed a- family of six for a week. In Leth- brldge it coats according to Chief Skcltcn'a figures, submitted to tlie council yesterday flltcmoon. In Ottawa, Dr. Robertson, the famous dietitian, has prepared the rations, and they consist of on'iy tlie most concen- trated nerve and tissue building foods. Try It Yourself Here is the list of supplies for a fam- ily of six for a week, as prescribed by Robertson: Thos. S. Acheson, is g- "every Pi our, 7 .pounds; rolled oals, G pounds; rice, fi pounds; sugar, 2 pounds; lard, 1 pound; soup-meat, (j pounds; peas, I', vounds-, codfish, C pounds; potatoes. pounds; onions, 3 broad, pounds; syrup, 2 pounds. is'furnished to children under six years. to build up nerve tis- sue and bone. lor Six At the rate cf a week for a family of six, Ottawa ehoulrt feGd one man for P 2ek for 37 cents, but they feed their Lliere for ti cents day, allo'tvmg (i cents extra, probably, for luxuries en Sunday. Tins is the high cost of living knocked into obliv- ion. But how are we going to do that here, is the question that is bothering the commissioners The average fnin- ily of six in Lethbridgo, cats up or S7 worth of food a week, at the lowest. Costs Too Much If n soup kitchen is established, it is calculated that it will cost the tity 22 cents a. day to feed each man. As they are being fed It costs about 50 cents, The whole matter of relief will he gone inlo naxl Monday morning, 'with the Nursing Mission and (.tie Chief ol Police, and it is planned to make some new arrangements based on tlio Otta- wa standard. Mayor Hardic says the relief is costing too much money, and although there ivJll no attempt mnde to bring (he expense bill down to such a iow figure, it ia the aim of the council to materially decrease its relief appropriation to meet the re- ijuiremeiits of the bank. Col. Denison So Tells Troops at Lot of Princess Pals AIR Out of the Trenches for a Well Earned Rest for a Few Days First Contingent Now in France at Cliveden Being Fitted to Receive the Wound- ed in Action Ottawa, Ont., Feb. firet of- ficial announcement that the Canadian troops are In France was made morning, when Sir George Perley cabled urgently for a large stock 9f field comforts for the use of thc sol- diers In the field. All kinds of warm clothing are particularly required as soon as poaelble, EQUIPPING CANADIAN HOSPI- TAL London, Fob. Canadian Red CEDES is shipping today over live hun- dred cases ot necessaries for the use of thc Canadians at the front. Capt. tlic west. iir-ii u kinR the Installed Will Have as point in thc west, witL-a view to the rapid in-gathoring' or't-he requirements of every locality in regard to grain. Mr. Acliesou has devoted end of lime and interest toward ing that every farmer is supplied with grain enough to seed all thc acreage Lhat is ready and can be prepared. 1'he .following telegram was sent out to .every agent in The Board of Trade is t matter up and an emergency meeting was called for this afternoon. The glain, ceclipn of the hoard, Mr. D. E. Green of the HilirMr. "John Taylor of the Jlillinp company, aud Mr. S. S.'Dunham of the Uural Relations Committee and U. K. A., together E. Ellison was installed SUQ. with, the manager of every bank, in day BE bishop of the firat ward of Rar- .he city were called together to to succeed John F. Anderson, er with President Marnoch as to the who resigned after eleven years ol jest means to adopt in aiding in the, service In that capacity. Bishop Elll- naishaiimg ul'uic information will be formally set apart by an iircd. Every larmcr wishing seed apostle of the clmrcb at the next quar- ;rain would do well to watch ilcrahl for exact information as where to apply, etc. The following is in that order of the priesthood. The Councillors Elders Redd and Aldred Raymond, Alia.., Feb. or gained through the last agreement, i son :he message sent out hy Mr. but, eupiiortJag1 the im contended that It ivoulu conduce to reftBonably. Taber voiced the terjy conference, the authority to such an ordinance being vested only Ache-f counsellors of Bishop Ellison are Eld- ers J. G. Allred and William Redd. The meeting' the operator! Delegate Nugent the sentiment of the majority when he declared.that hJs local would fight for relief in local conditions, this re lief being practically equivalent, to an a-dvance in wages. An .amendment waa made thai should the resolution carry, each loca should bear the expeneos of ita repre bishopric was sustained by the con- gregation. Bishop Ellison Is well qualified for eent a live. This negatived, and pros and. cons an to the original reso] utlon proceeded, with the result on Its being voted Lhat It, was carried on the understanding that, though represent- atives of all. the -locale should be pre- lect with the it did not ne- cessarily mean that .everyoae should be on the committee. International Board member Hees declared himself in. favor of a committee ol ten, which meet with the -wishes of the operators. Docton and The convention then toot up the matter of medical fees, and tlio follow- ing resolution was Bubmltted by Beav- er Creek .local: That the expenses of all members who are sent to medical or medical institutions the advice of a properly qualified med- ical practitioner, be paid from the dis- trict funds To this the following substitute mo- tion was moved: That it is the sense of the convention that the time has arrived wlien .an agreement should he made between the doctors and Dis- trict 18 thereby eliminating .local charges; further, that the district In hereby Instructed to work to that end by communicating with the carious doctors and locals to the end that the doctors in the flnt Instance that 'would facili- tate the working of the matter contem- plated. The motion first carried by one rote, but on a roll-call being de- manded was defeated by 29 to 21, A further amendment wag Introduc- ed, advocating that doctors' fees be cut down 26 cents e, month, and that the deductions be kept In a separate fund to he devoted to cases where .special treatment was needed; where locale have not sufficient the district to iup- ply the necebiary funds. Thlg am- endment met with short shrift, and the original motion was again taken up and defeated by an overwhelming ma- jorlty. A resolution was then proposed for TO all agents Please write quickly advising ii all homes teasers on non- patented land in your vicinity have mad( govei BU. u. over And above what they can supply of and most powerful battleships of the MU -r. wjli rejQin !e application to the Dominion the of -bishop. He has enjoy- Etnment i'or seed requirements ed a >Jon and Bervice in the Be Sure to See Local Players Amateur LlieaLriculs are sLill popular, with Lothbridge the- goers. "Arc Vou :L son Is jiroof noaitive oC Lhat. A hig house and a. big laugh was the order at .the >Majestio last night, ivlipn the well-It no wn farce comcfty stagari under tho auspices of Alexander Gait Chapter, I.O.D.E.- Both the I.O.DjE. and the players tie- serve the hearty support oE the ptihlic, arid a orfin'tled audi- ence should greet Lliem at the last performance tonight. AUDACIOUS ON THE JOB Hlayiock will superintend the disposal of this consignment ivfcicb will be stored by thc British Red Cross. The Duchess of (JonnaURht hospital afc Cliveden is now fully equipped, under Lt.-Col. Gorell, and possesses 110 i i- u r- n i o heds reaily to receive patients. Tho London, Ont., fch. IC.-Col. bep- anxj lo make thu timus DEnison. coiiiniaiider ol the fcasc [or ,the Can- fourth mfanlrr brigade of Ihc Cana-; d-F hut to effect this Jfc expMhlionary force, is in bc necessary increase the ac- idation of 500 hcds. Ten thous- i city lor the purposa of troops ol tic acc f inspecting the j ond contingent And Price Will be Lower Owing to Lack of Competition of American Buyers i and pounds is necessary to provide Col. Uenison he expect-, accommodation, and to- ,d die socoml ovcisraa force would, Ulie the Dana- leave tor Lngland any day now. Col. Red Cross commissioner, has al- Ihe second contiiiBeiit, he con-. rcceivctl ln this comitiy. The iniormatinn bureau concerning Canadian woundBd is now ready lot ivork flt 14 Coclispiir St. and friends at Canadians who are wounded, may liy its agency be reliably -inlo'ime'd bf their condition. motor amNulances and rncn oi iiiticieil very inucli superior to the rank and hlc of the first expedition- ary forcL- 1'. P.'a TO HAVE .A.TIEST London, Feb. 1 has been aii.er a sLucjiuons time altnrnaLing be- That wool will not cent point, predicted for it by one of Salisbury Plain are. convalescing ihP Virginia IValers. in the residence to the 2.) s arr_ barrister. Mr. MacMaslcu at, London, Feb. ,16 -The departure of Mhe Irteccian minister IronnTurkey Is former act .jsgsided in Berlin as implying. a Soul-hem AILcrta's prominent sheep- jn-ovideil nictiical nursing scr- m'on last week, is Uie opinion of R. vices for the men. C. Haivey of Raymond, who has heen Sir Gco- LadJ' pcrle-v giicsls at a. dinner jjiven m the in the wool business in Southern Al- berta for many years. Mr. Harvey says that according to the National Wool Grower, a sheepman's journal sufiering recently from a ner- hrcatiltnvn, has ictumcd to his Lyrainn Club, Piccadilly, lagt night. Mr. fleo. M. Broivn, European' man- ager ol the Canadian Pacific, who has in 'Qiu T in Salt La the Pin the L an- auian government has alrrady placed ;l rcst at Brighton. an embargo on Canadian wool, tliusf bencnttcd by York, Feb. 16. TUB Auda- shutting out the American huyeus cious, one of Great Britain's finest lrom competition with Canad.an and British merchants. Last year the themselves. There is a maximum ol WILL BUY REMOUNTS AT CARDSTON ON FRIDAY Cardstoii, Alta., Feb. Ranchers and farmers of this district will have four hundred bushels lo man. Are there any cases where this maximum will be insufficient to seed all land they have ready and can stake superintendent of __ Sunday super-dreadnought class, il labor- inCGt ncxt Weok. She will tte shipyards oi Harland and American markets; Thc lesuft was fln lire' slou to California, where he waa sec- j Wolff, Belfast, on Monday without States let down thc bars on j the opportunity on. Friday, February ,ian wool, and practically the 19, to offer their horses to the pur- both entire dip to other pare. Apart from farmers on non-i ret Qf tne mlssioilf and president; patented Jands are there farmers I the Saii rrancisco conference. He was in that city at the time of the on patented lands who are short of seed and not'in a position to buy it? Jf so, give exact information as to Haw in t was the CL hull or ar information great earthquake. 'Bishop Eflliaon Is a business man, a wise adviser aiid ent. Such contained in New increase in price oi from four and one-half cents the number of fanners affected, prob-'an able speaker. Ha is popular "with able requirements, and if possible the ople aml his choice hag met names of farmers concerned.. Consult seneral with tlie local secretary of the Grain Growers' Association, elevator advices received yesterday in York hy the Herald. The mishty fast line war vessel of shut mams an uncertainty _ t'ider J. C. Aired, his first counsel- and i Ihe Royal Navy did not rise like Vcn- !us ifrom the sea, as might lie suppos- chasing agent of the Canadian govern- ment remount commission. L. S. Man- thvce to zer o.f ?.fedicine Hat will be in Card- pound, the Iston on that dnte prepared to purchase Southern Alherta sheepmen pocketing) ail horses that come un to the stand- S50.000 profit. If the embargo-is actually in effect in Canada, the American market is ut tlie probable piicc rc- until it is dc- banks anil make a full report lor. 'E primarily a teache Prosperity for your district Poacher, and he will prove a J. J _ _ from thc.iaitcratetl reports ot her destruction ofi the north Irish const finitely known stands in need, ment that badly Britain No official announce- may depend on giving us full and ab- solutely accurate information. (Signed) Thos. S. Achcson. De Wet on Trial High Treason to the I over ower of; October 27th last, presid- cfiect, Ottawa, similar an indefatigable 'worker and an thuBlaelic churchman. Tlie second counsellor, William Redd, ie a young man, but he has al- embargo is has neon sent out ftom though it is known that a In the light of the news received embargo has been placed on Austral- jrc yesterday -the Audacious, al- ian wool at the request of the Tm- 1B.Q i though badlv crippled eiiher by a penal government. If the assertion 3 iGerniaw torpedo or mine, was not made by Air: Harvey .is correct, Can- Uunk. With her wounded hull hound adian will this year come into in collision mats, and the -aping hole competition with thc Australian pro- below tlie water line adequately plug- duct on the u'prld's she remained afloat and was pool, arid the natural conclusion ard fixed for military purposes. DUKE RETURNING Winnipeg, Feb Royal Highness the Duke of CouniiUEht, who inspected the troops in training in Winnipeg yesterday, left Ibis morn- ing for Ottawa, at S.35 o'clock. Canada's P. M. G. To Be Wed Today ready proven-his ability in the minis-, sflfely guided into- dry dock, several which forces itself on the western try. He, too, spent two years fn the ]10U-IS later in tlie wake of the Olvm- wool man is that his wool will sui- foreign mission field, and since o[ the White Star Hns, whiclv Put fer. turning home has labored diligently in response to the battleship's John T. Ueningcr. the Welling As the third1-mem her of ranj0 siRnal of distress. sheepman, has sent several samples I the church. tlie bishopric be shou'id prove a source nf energy and strength to Ilia co-Iab- Supt. Walker of C.RR.onHoliday Health is Poor In conformity with the policy pur- J? the caslcrn nmrkets and he holds >Ed hv the Hritish authorities clip at thc pncc ivliidi Mr.. Karding the disaster, however, no in- Stalker said would .prevail, formalinn relating to com missioning John I Chipman of Magrath, thinks of the Vill ie published in. the situation is very problematical, Ihe Vnitcd Kingdom. That olficial sil- though h2 looks an increase. Arn- ncc which has hoen oh- encmi biiyers are quoting 26 to 28 served bv the admiralty since thc for 1910 unwashed wool m-the news of "thc disaster "first became western stales. All lie sheepmen arc iitVsed abroad, was maintained and iliat they inll clip Hie finest Ihc British public will learn oi Ihc T? Dreadnought's in the cxccllrnt weatlirr llect onlv in the evcuL of her partlci- :'ricc "aclics 2S cents- a round s Mr. Anslcy is one of most pop-1 niendniis explosion had rticd away tho Positlon "10' Quebec Lesis- iilar men on tills division. He joined rolllsion mats were ovci-boarii and M- Ihc railway In 1001, as brakcman the hole left by tlie explosion Mean- Isture, will announce hie resig- ......_____ ________ jiu_ tii __r_____ nation as party.leader in the at Old" iia'l Portage, and" sfncc wiiirc'san'dbaBs'were piled into the' Home: today. He will be sue- _..............___________ ___ M oE the Alberts Federation or Labor a a motor car brigade. Since that time. trainmaster at Nelson, Hovel- tagged .-aperture from oe.eded by Mr. P. Cooslimn, M. ier of WKJerle.Berlliaujpe, Is wWpw. vote and voice In Iho convention. This ncariy all the other commanders of sloke ami Bramlon. Before entering: with an elaborate system of L.A. for Jacques Cartler was agreed the mcetlnj ad- j tnc jnsurfcclionary (ijrclls have been' the service he was an engineer on thi louniei until tk't lUtmoon, jcaoluied or bave surrendered.. Canada-Atlantic. hellimds the .tremendous of was cut oli. New York, N.Y., Feb.- T. Casgraln, poeLmaster-general of Ca- terday with Mrs. Mary Louise Mason, rupture ol diplomatic relationship. It is thought thnt the minister, lor per- sonal reasons, asked to be relieved. ALBANIANS DEFEATED The Albanian force which invaded Se.rvia, has been driven .back across the border, says a Nish, Servia, de- spatch. The raid is believed to.have IrfDo. incited by Mohammedans preach- ing a Holy War. ITALY 3TBPS IN It is reported from Milan that Italy, lias aakcd Vienna and Berlin for as- surances that Austria wiil not make ita attack on Roumanla, whose mili- tary preparations have been interpret: cd is foreshadowing ber entry into the war. VOR HUMANITARIAN REASOSS PiUsburg, Pa., Feb. ot humanitarian reasons one ol the largest local steel companies asked by "the Pittsburg foreign trade sioa to bid on a contract to furnish part of-an order of drop I forge shells valued at wanted by a belligerent yesterday declined to mftko an estl-l mate. Attached to the blue-prints return- ed to the commission by the comr pany was a note which read For humanitarian reasons, this company finds itself obliged to refuse to consider the The value of the contract offered to the company was estimated at 000. olil, and Mrs. Mason, who la the daugh- of the miliUpr Filmer Family Has in All Three Brothers at Front The Filmer family, two of whom' resided in Lethbridge previous to. their enlistment, will be well reprc-. silted at the front. "Jess" who has been for some time heen an employee of the city ppiffer house, has been given the provisional 'appointment, of sergeant vice drill, in- structor in the "B" Squadron of the Canadian Mounted stationed at Maclcod, lie has sacn 'Hive ser- vice with the 20th Hussars serving Lwo years in South Africa and flvc years in India. George Kilmer an employee of tho street railway department, with no- previous service, has qualified 'as a corporal in Squadron of., the. same and is' now at Cards ton. Krctl, who is tha oldest has seen 25 years ot active set a soldier, was through the IJccr war with GsrieralBiiller, com p anicd the expedition through' Egypt- Hi is in She was born t Ilologne, In years old. York on Monday from Pans. heing a liputnfcib term aster the Royal Medical Corps has a.son'.vb fhe Iront now, u A. M. C. ;