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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta mm t H E ti^ b RtfecgE DAtt/Y HE rAi^ ^ Sips* RKETS LETHBRIDOe MARKET* f jr Elevator Pploes l-i'lfAn Tipward tendencv is noticeable !?{Miay'v oh- local grain market prices.  iSfeat, butter and egg prices continue to reraajn firra witli no advance m Noitheirn Nbttheru Northern Kg. Kb. Kb. m No No Alberta Red Alberta Red Alberta Red Alberta Red 87 H UO 53 49 65 62 flS 53 "mm' Sold In acMiled lead paok*if;Oniy-never V in biilkC'ln this way - you.ar�iLfalwaye irua- ranteedl' a deilgrht-v:: fiiri*TPl3|r:Wlth ..all' Ite ^ f�ifr�h|i�ie, etrenffth feetiy-iioureserved. ... -�v';,v , BLACk,^MlXED & ffi WILllICyiBE tENjt Alberta Red....................49 GRAIN PRICES r KTUESDAYfS x.Wmnipc?, MaD.,.Feb. S5.-The raar-: was;stroug and active at the opening, after which a period of inertia set in-, and tor the balance of -the idorning trade wes dull. -;t)ats And fla::' were unchanged. tWc is some casli demand erlngs are very light. Exporters poking up whatris available. City Engineer to Prepare Report > (Coiitin�fed. from front pane). The propbsed'nev? iiltTatioii plant Builders Do Not Propose to Stand for Sheet Metal Workersj Demands J Edmontou, T'eb. .24.-Qu�8tlons atr fectlng rates of wages to be.yaiS la various trades, came up and'viter^, referred to resolutions committee totfelh-er with representations froih ' ^ach trade affected. Sheet Metal Contrao^ tors' association aslced' tor. the^ support of provincial'association- of b\lild-ers' exchanges in d�aUng,wlth ^heet metal workers. , A communication from the Sheet A{6taiContractots'- association stated that durlijg tbe busy part of 1912 duringr'thQ season the Amsrica, AiilV^ard Stlleto, provtlKittll secretary, a^ked for a conference wltl^ the convention regarding Btattdatd r^te of hours and wages for Al^i^lft&i in respect to these trades.  � 11:> Visittng delegates included the \M-lowing: Calgary, C. Ranklu,^ W.V ;0. Brown. PjW.Fortfter, W. Sutherlftttd, n. Jones. W: 'J. Richards,, Gi SUVS^ 8ter,B.iJ; Priestly, F. E. Revel, W.'Q,: Rob, J. Martlh; � LethDrldgai JaJ^CeA; Olenisteri A. Sinith, C. D. Leader, 5A;.; H. King. Medicine Hat-J. A.^Trim-; ble, Geo. S^iirWoi-thy, J. H. PrBBtan,! Winnipeg-JasS. Bridon. �.' Given c'lvic Welcome - ' ; tedmonton, ;Alta., Feb.,24.-Demand; for jin altieiration to the Employjcts*. Liability Act; and Lieh Law was'; made atithoikannual convention, otithe Alberta Builders' Exchange; whiBh oi^^. mV. 7 �T - '""Aihcrta Builders' Exchange; wmcnt Sheet Meta Workers Uitloa sent a opened hen^ todav. J. A Trimble* delegaUon to all-contracting shops Medicine Hat. who presided, sai  pracucally compelled to give theHn- rnfmSo^ rU'oT^L'mS�'' .'^^ are srxnSsft^o'thftTU'id'^'^:: zizv'^'ei v^ei^rssrl^�-v*� ^"^^ ^''"^ -^-^ a?aii&\l"^iL'^rf�tX"wat� i�^.!f*. ^""f' ^^^t^x'tof^ of this was.not the grading up , of Receipts for todav were 526 cars fJfti*"^^^ ^t^^l * A decided to present an 8gre6m.ent to poor men, but the grading dowi i^lpccted and 500 cars in sight. For }^ ^^^^^ "^^'^^ inMi the old rate good men , First clasr^en deterior- tte week ending Feb. 21 there were it might' be anstaaed on top of the of ^^ges, vb: 50 cents per hour. wMch S. Xn they had i,7o^^^^^^^^ I89e_cars i,spected_ ^'othing d^^^^^ could be done to-!?�oS"JiS'meSTho^t-k^^^^^^^ ^""^^""^ ^'^^'^ Ljverpooi i to J kKt closed, today. 36 37 36 [prove the WatiSr works system, the,;;^J^;f,;;;7";-k T^yer^sT^^^^ 115* 1 i4a'to^savo agfeat deal not only in cost I'lRi I'lfil of pumping.v; but .also in the pressure 1.16S 1.15J,*hen5ainB. . ' , , K:\ .........'........ .-'Feed............-......... "'iat^r.Wheal- , -lA.....-5.......... 85^ 82J 75: 69} 64 54i 865-Si 80| 76} y sfi" �i Kited' 2fv.F^-,j.;...,-if.;....w-;- Minneapolis ^ .....: 87^ ' 88 }.:...�� sGi-"^-sBf ..... 89J , ''89y iAlPSONflNE Steann8hlj>;^4;an4S %' y-T""-' .1 RailwayiTfcketa t-KBOM AtL POINTS IN fl^tieipnrpihased on this side-: jAJrtyroi^^Tded .to,"70ur,lamllyhandling ItoMtaessrls impbsalble to trffi!,Tour passengers .will .rfe cfty's Financial Agent *Ihe; appointment of the Bank of itfqntrealjyas .;the elty's ^financial ag-. feni, ws^s ih^3r^t business, before the, ' '1^ 9?*"^ tdda:?. 'The agrefment ^liad; heeiii' in? fife hands ^ofth* city so--licitoV 'fpr,"j|j�]gya, thne,^ ?nd aianal|e]^ 'daiTOani'7o"f6-4ithe' local hrah'ch,';fwa3 preseiiltW discuss it -with' the: council. .^'The'agreemiBiiii is the same as that made; hetweenvthe city of Calgary ahd; tbe-sainof hanfclss institution. . Th*r^!;was)tsome difference ol^ opin-io^;as./H:o: the;:percentage asked by-the ^sj^-foct'haijdUng and-, selling 'bohd^ an4:tdap;aB to givln tight,to'handl^allithe city's bond.is-^ suesSti'I'hfe council will ask the right toTsell debentures to thel-city's own 8in�inB''rl5anda.ui'toey ask that'if th^' bxLnk,'if it hands any bond teSl^l oyA:' to tiny other �omp^ny, the, fiapk'^m^st^'iprbWde'fc^ tie cbirimis- siiv'.j'i . 'r'S^'-- '^mB^i:axTi^iM:^:-$it- thlBi:i)6i)it in the diaci�sion,;JvtayorHardle' suggested: tha't as'the-clty will havehuta sinall hond fSBU^tlUs,year, |t might be 'b^^^ ter not^^to 'enter 'into>an agreement this yeSK- pTbls ,.concurred \n by the rest pf>theiN;connoily and thef fiscal agreement' tabled. ;''?r^ > At .the QitV  . in securing at least one of these -heau'tiful tracts. We.;^^;ai'gttjar- . 'aiitee every tract to be high, dry and level. Eemembelr.tKe.prioe,'; �; "'^"Vterhis and date of commencement of sale, FebmatT^JthV',' V' . Phone 1425; Corher 3icl St. and 4th Avenue; LethbridgCj Albeita. subdivision of the C. P. R., just-west of Henderson Park. The company has asked for the 'right to face its lots on the west" driveway. This has been agreed to by the City Oouncll. through the Works' committee..... VERY LOWEST. lf-SEPy/*nONS MADE* -Wlhy�QS^EyEI^Y?WEEK- ^SuUffiforinatlpn'see'steam-X. ,'iairfdfrakilway^agSnt8;, , , i-t^DMANr-OeVl Agent. ING IS MR. LATHROP MAKES ^OME SUGGESTIONS WHICH SHOULD BE CAREFULLY CONSIDERED , Staffordvllle's Chances has Just one chance W arin^v itself to the-^lty of Ijeth-hridge.l^^that is, if they- agree to '^^pay 75 pei; c^flt.* of the cost of-the proi^xtf jetiv^t^ for opening tbp new; streets'of the, village. The cost of this work wfll 'W about $2^5,000, to be ralse'd by'a local improvement tax levy. The above,is the Tecommenda-Uoa of Aid. Aird, of the Works committee, and ^ \he dictum which VUl ,h4 issued ',^^0- the Stafford � Village council." i' "Aricp 'Park is-4he name of the new ?to6MS�fe?'?fS;s;ii':V^ The many  pleasjpg v reports heing received from farmers in the country; _ round refesirdlng-tbeir recent car load i shipments\; of- hogs; ] axe. especially pleasing to O. T; Lathrop,-chairman of the agricultural "committee ot. the Boar& of Trade,' under Whose, direc-^ tlon the gs^paign'ljifor jthe production of''more porkers was started last year. To-the Herald thi^ morningcMcLath- ,..,,^,,,�,,e . vu.ec nPAb rrop said that the on^'feature about I HISTORIAN'S. .WIFE. DEAD 'these-sWpmentslwhlch appjeais strong- otta;pa, Feb.,:Z4.i.^r6. Margaret ly't^f hlmi is that" the'sttUllli? ia;;^^ ,i,�. h.,-ir..^- ..A--.t,,K.-i.----'ford; author ;5^^Cftig8ford'B ;;Hi�tory hogs for "sale, are, and when they will be ready, a great deal of tbe cost would be eliminated. This is where the local boards of trade which, are trying to build 'up their districts could help. ' , ; "My idea is^'that, ijf the seordtaHes of the dllferei^tvboards would get In^ tbuch wlthith'erfarmers, learn the .nuinr bor of hogs each farmer has, and when they.weuld be ready to sfelp; the buyers would be able to find out when they could go to a town and purchase, one or two car loads. >M would help the farmers to sell and the buyers to buy/ and a lot of 'expenpe would be ellmjinated whiclT would; go back into thp-v^qckets of thefarniera inthe increased prices they might; expect: ; The whole trend bf a'Voduc er's business; these days is to sell with as little expense as possible. andsHere' is one chancei'itp* do it. , "AnU the easier the farmer can find a market; the itfire stock he will ;ftiiSe: the more'^he r^s^s the greater tlie:demand for apa'cfeng-plant." ' It ,is likely tfiat^ ithe > Assoolifted Boards of Trade' Will be broached to takethe matter up wl'th 'the afnilated boards In the southi'i  iSt Bellevue Man Criticises New Mines Act nine tO'beJknowi^ -to-theiburefi*as a place ; where carload- shipments iaay be..houight. v:; S:.:..;.';;:..':r..;;/ ...;-.'9jr;t;;; ''We hire' been fighting for'a year now for the "eatabltshmfent* of a pack' Ing' plant here..arid Jtljelieye, we'are going-to get it.'? !flaid Mr. Lathrop. "But first -we must show 'the packing concerns thStrv?e-eia|V;HprodUM^^^^^^ lots before they will'.fie convins^d'that we can raise^Uie neoes8si;y stock to supply a pa.cklng industry. The^ carload shipments.' is Just._ thb 'thing to convince . them. And' right now I would'like to make asnggetftton which 1 believe .would hel^jttie farBsprs,greatly In shipping if it-'sfcere; followed out The' cost of ;buyl}�s;;,a ckrload of' hogs must bet{me'o?;i25 minutes and with leas than^fteen;;mlnutesi debate. It is the largest^amount of any annual ;pension."measure in the history/of the goyernment. " ' . kaimil pasha died.>s i of apoplexy in egypt Constantinople, i Feb.' 26.-Kaiinll Pasha, deposed Grand^Iziei' of-Turkfey Is d?(ad of apoplexjr'fiii. Alexaindr{a', Egypt. Kaimll. 5a8&a was-unpopular with young Turks, becat^p he favored making peace witb^'ti^e Balkan allies. i%t^-,We:A^^t6.Inter^^ You^ in British Golumbia mm . 0 .Om^Rp^ge^TIESABE SITUATED IN THE Fi^MOTJS �m^i^^^f>!^'lX^^'.-The District With a Climate mi yy^^t is^opten^y Mistriet^ - Ihe Uistnct With a Climate :i ^' Imprav^a^and-plantedj;eii%Oi:e''tracts clo^e to sehoo^, churches and sip^vmill town. These'trict^: H fesarert)lan:tfeA"to OoniThfti-i^ifKl' Afmlp� PpflvcPmn actual settle3?Sf oii'.^' Editor, The Lethbridge.Herald: ' .Sfr.^n going . over the proposed new 'Mine acti I take particular no-titi;' that; there is one great., mighty cbiet linspector, who iiieets you in every .'line. ^Nqw.i >would like to .ask who is this man, and where did he get his experience as a mining expert. 1 cannot notice; his; name, or. any of his district inspectors' names, as. having;been mine manager of any of the'large collieries that are-in this province. , ..  ifhis is to overrule all other:acts un-der. this, mighty chief; your children are.,tq^be .eduqated, when they are to sleep, eat and work. Another very Imijortant Item;,in tl?is act is that they are to dic.tate to mechanical engineers how the power Dlpfr-' are to be operated, taken on. or off., ' ; ' , .\�.uv',,theTe is a Bolter Act and regulations in forc^ in this'provInceMhjit are second ^o none; th6 regulations for-the constmclicn and inspection of boilers is held up as a model all over this westfem country.'  In.;^going over the yearly reports. is-sueS';,by the Department of Public \5^orks;-you will notice that there has. not been any accident to' a boiler or; engine,,or anything connected with a power plant,! whereby there has been anyone ; killed or seriously injured, and with this to Its eredit the Boiler Act and'its inspectors :ar�to;play;,Beo' on4 ilddle to these .mine {inspectors; ' White they might; know, aboijit.minr; in^ coal- and how 'aumlneV should -she kept; I:fail'to see bow. they can know anything about boil�i;s' or machineryi' and I consider that if they.'fake care of /the amines, .and? try to:.reduce ithe. number:of accidents! that are, taking place, they will; .h9.ve';enough to do wUhoui^ .trying to, run the engineers, sqiiie of; Whom have forgotten more about-engineering than, any mine In-apector'ever knew!:. �  . ' � The , lawmakers should be extra careful'in giving poweE "to-men-that can't qualify^ as mechanical engineers. �Youroliedlent 8?Tvattt,';;i'-..5^^.^^^^^ ;, ' , Bellevue. - i ' i J JUSTICE, Columbia Macaroni Works Will Leave Fernie for Lethbridge -The Prospects ' � llNOERlB-POLICY At the special meeting c^f.^the cify council yesterday afternodn the- febh-summation of Oho first industrial cotl�. tract with the olt-y'\^as' effectedvVhen; C. ;Marlnaro,-ofcthe.'Cplumbla-Maseekfng. exhibited a_ plan, pn.tthe.lndustrlni'-siteB. , A,t ^^Fernleitheicompiny owns a plant worth �?80,066,>Jcbnatrucled of' cement' and jpTessed- brick. ) The company Is prepared to inove as early in �thV. spring'asr the- building is made ready for them by the liistalla,tion of th� freight elevator, �i^l^;* thei mayor saia^siwotaa (Be -iri^^r-ed^^^^aooa ^ the''slgrie^i. contract is recelv^;^f'rbm;. ?the".^^lfeofqrsj]bf,^^ company. " ' ' ' The members,.of ,thet council are well,pleasedfwith.jthe outpome.of the hegotlations /With the imaoaroni wprks,. �VVhile the-- ata�tMl�'-;Small( theyi are pleased-, that they^hkye^Aia^e a start. Mv.rMatinsiro'fls a "shi-aited,. business man whe ha^ done >)ivell inr^h'e States. He 'has ^hls-jeyes- on. nAoold^'.^^torage plaBf'fof,theiisonth 'jvjll do pv^ry-thing'.in?hfs-ptJwfer^P boostit*uvHe. la �FnrViT!i!>f'hhTlflff�fc'Vifits;Qtot)'Aiiyv ventilating,fan>ithput,|lr8t ,further proof of this'.ifa tbe recent-diB-' ihtvliiSibbtalhe.d perinJBeJpnslBiM.ltJniB\ ^^'^^c^^^^ ,^from.t,he.manag?r or overman;": Thjs- ~.....  fofsSi'se'.'w.ftnts amending.or^'elinjin^tljig." KTJh^lvBoijer Act' came .into;Ktotce''.inr I IftXp.j ^n^ was jsassed in the interst>' oi;.Uf^; and property, -and r.hss-rbeeii,, lcall'rtt;;a .'model;;act,:; THE PEOPLES' FORUM; another'' 'CRAclft'at^' If'- Editor, The^thbrldge.Herald � Sir,-fJ' wouy- ,'4ke ;~to ''/expr,' " -nugh yotir cPliimns my-gr�ti�, through yotlir 'colWmns'my^ grSUll^tlon that%e%'ity'^'0a8aiUm'^�>^4^^ come to i .decision Ton the iqduBtri^l questibn'iSS'the 'otfy *posBlbl^ c6uld.he'861vear!^'i'h6>niyrre^tt&b.lo' feature of thfe'raattejiisithe;payiBg'ot. ^xpdr6^�oS*J.:f8^a-l^t%,^i|it:>MltM deblsiohtnow. :whve(f!^ti'w^^ would have ;been better 'spentj^^ in; tiding the Mayor ovet until.he can draw a legal salary.� . - ' "- "., It is somewhat aiqusing.;to read;cil the difficulty th� Cpujaelljiud thein:; selvcs in on this. sa^ry! question,! and; one cannot help thinj^lng. "that,i� an v^'hai authqrlir f^Jh^"^^ Joi" opeAly suggefting tl^a0;1)ur "md'pd: "wbrshipful RrayoirJ yjllll ..be, ihe^itrbpo^ad'irfduat'rlal^ commissioner.':"D.oes' ' ' " " legaTiz^dJ 'and iuS%%:inh^tiiil rlmi mlssione^s salary'of W,()09?f&;/ , " I'niay hkve'a'1pa�ach"raf lu'ltid.onvtbis dMstlbn: "iFor" Ihstajfoefit striken'me th^t Wan. (1' W&'"#vertl8p the'posl-tiofa and'ft&te th'BWary.HaVfeJphUm- � ernble faiplicati6fl'8t'fo& th s l1)OBitIon ^ , from>^ri: who 'KSVe' exl�ferlb^c^',aiid Mm. .("W/few' oj* ftaf Wb boiler, is, in ;^ai^ii;6r..he must �lther damp bl$ fire. w.atmu^^ oijt 4itogeth,6T,;H'sif.;iie "^ositlpn the Aik/orfflh;d6.''hlmsplf^t!n^ ip.;iot being able fdi.dmW'^the'-'Salifjjr ,wh|ch BunRofledly,;%'l(iB'^Vto, tUfib.^ ;^lttonvwlil6h"?h^H tfin, .^ETut whpjE/j th&if flollie cgnjiL,,,. the puTe ho^Jpfi oft thelf adoptionf^an fhey-tum rou'i^a.r' themaerv'es  pay dty^itSra IWliin'aVBo-; fancy I they possess. -YouAjStgSf: t ^fl'-'' i ;--^^:i!,->iAii:;-^;''-t.i^ .';'*K./'. likTl ea^jf'the^'''' '^it'l'lb*^^' i �d 'iisiia TeBult*?p^".-ijj4rtifk!en^^acasjf^ .: among son^e GallcIansiteua'Vosfmin^^ ; hipuBg Jnst.jii^hf^^^^lf^^'^teJiok^Sy a? : ibrQk69.;bottlef>.;anfl!jjtY'C>VffigP'.ECre--heldf iby the police in conSeoWon, with tbel'f affair, , ' /�r\' V-^T .A'million dolla?�ot5pa^y has beem' prganlied to operSte-a chain of gyo-J oerlos between Winnipeg and Vjotorlft.' ' �;;;'�;*;;.';: 'i'^-'-i-'^W'4;^:i>jJs^ m 73 73 ;