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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TEN PAGES Lethbridpre, Alberta, Thursday, February 27. PRICE-FIVE CENTS Number fifi Menus HAD Has Asked Russia to Act and to Seek kenewal Peace ; -Negotiations Sofiai Bulgaria,.; Feb.-27.-^Turkey :has {it leasliSigmfietl, herreatUness to negotiate-foipeafflS" With Bulgaria on the ?basiis'at-the'Cession ol Adrian-opli! ' the Tuf^isjfcgoviri^tiient has solicit-ed, the gqa da'lrKi � "S-thlft aummer,-/ i^Htf ^Isbe? alterns f the bridegroom's battery, the captain rldiOi?,'wltli three suba'I-terno as postillions. Mn'the afternocin the bridal couple lelt tor their, honeymoon trip. In the, course.iof which .Biskra, Algeria, will- be- vialtedi.....- - -.....- Lord and Lady MoUnt^Stephen 'presented Lady Edwln^- 'with" one - hundred Northern paolflc-RallWay shares as a wedding gift. ^ ' ,\ ^� ? , Ottawa, Fel). 2�.-Mr. Bucli-anan, of Medicine Hat, aaked if the Southern Albtrta Wool Growers" association had paid again full customs duty imposed on sheep brought Into Alberta from the United States. The Minister of Customs replied that there is a letter on file in the department of customs from the Southern All>er-ta Wool Growers' association, dated September 20, IfllO, alleging under-valuation of the sheep Imported into Canada from Montana. Proof ot such under-valuation, however, was noa tornlshed in support of the charge. When the association was asked for more definite particulars regarding the Importations m question, no answer was received In reply, so far as appears in the files of the department of customs. In reply to questions aaked by Mr. Buchanan as to the number of sheep imported into Alberta in 1911, their value and the duty 80 collected, J. D. Reid said 46,244 sheep, valued at ?89,38B, had been brought In; The amount of duty collected was $22,346. tEGlSLATURE IS Number of Bills are Nearly Ready for the Final Reading CALGARY CHARTER In .Future the People Will Elect . the Commissioners -' Other.Bills AL RE PROVINCE UP TO SEEMS TO BE LIVING NEARLY LIMIT OF REVENUES Fredetieton, � N. H., Feb. 27.-The Btatement of the consolidated revenue account from' the clost' of thu Last liscal year, October U, lS12, to February 12, 191S, was presented to the legifiiatufc .vesterday by Hon. II. I-". McLcod, provincial : secretary. Tlic .statement shows that for t!ie period which is the season ot Urger expenditures and smaller receipts than later in the fisfeaU'year, the expenditures chargeable to ordinary revenue wore about $60,001) more than the revenue. The total ordinary revenue was$aeO,-US of, which the lafgcst amounts were : ' \ . Doniinioti subsidies, $318,388 ; territorial revenue, $16,997 ; succession duties $13;683,; extra, provincial corporations, $9,618, and provincial hospital $7,180.-There was a. balance on hand at the first of the year of $15,-Cfiil, and the receipts during the year also incliided $54,541, contractors' de-. . . posit.s, etc. The total expenditure Edmqrttqn,- Feb., a^-.'V small num-'charged to the'ordinary revenue-was OWNS m mmm m A BUSINESS AX Measure of Relief for Debt Burdened Places - Some Important Amendments to Act her ot-bills have. rCi tee of the, whole ture- is .making shed tlie comrrwt-;c. The legisla-pjrogrcss. .Four VEiCi:OF:'Ji-A0TO EEN GUIL1T Four Guilty, of .MuicderrrDfama-tic* Scene'-WHen 'Medicf Was "Relumed i \ ' ilfqrctiotjl5-thli , . to*s)Jip^mllfc..atfd of earn to Lathhridge, ^-,5om^a5y^^ll.;p.ay,3Q cents per Poundf^^^^_ i.t8^yer^i6t;^a'8 ^ejui'i^*! iahortlyjjilieforiyn^^ - A Mrles ot, neaflV jpiir^.hu,ndi;ra, ^3-,cent; per gallon * ,f9r^mllfc''^,o.b.-.tethBrl4�e. .Cream 'shomd tesw about'8B "per cent-butter. , latto-msUtpUf jWflifable to shlp�i-and > '� f the^irdgulations-^of-the- h�alth depart' ^,ihent�i'aaulre'mllk to be^kt least 3%. par'.c^uC butteE\f^t-/> - . - . , , Suppose - than - tU�" Vulcan farmer' -Bhlpa-'^elilentigalloxi^Qatt 6t cream to, Lethbrlds6.j ,Mrirtr?te6t� 36 per cent' ,^h^ttA,AlnBt'thlB he has to Jjajritt celits-fojf Shipping by'express, and'EPd6nts."for-'the''ffeturn dt the can, an exifoWe^qf -[i^'Wpie.' in 'all, 'leav-' ' / ing Win'??10.04, tor, Ws^.ten gallon oan o^#to,T^"AJl;i>|Srm^^^rd mJlk win be .tdsteU/jwitfarBi&ioolCtMerB, the stan-S^.Wrf^tof^^teV^.thls.tproylnce^ U?St/2a&:hi%aff^:\ih>_terro iz^d ?srls. and. .its gnvteons. ln,'l*U-( 1912 iirerp tojiijidsml}^1)y^a,-iury�:iti :,J!'oat'Qt theracouged ;wipre'*foundf hy ,tha'iui;y, to be'UaWe'tQitiffi death" fie&. alty.., fl^heso'We ^l^emn<s^ iOim-donqe. Oallemln, Goudy&|S?''?'t''J}'�'f- ; .After the annonncemeirtio'f-the" v^r-.dlct; ithe Judges, ann9ui}0lff^'h"at~tMV 'wo\ild,take sdme,Um^/ib''aellV�ratl?fe ovtir the sfenjtenoes' f/,- . / r . The'iury had cdn�td&r^a,ithb' c&ses ily*hBi�.falteady nen|, for, all the ory.; " - . . i^v^miS-t. '� ciuestions,:- had sbeen ^u))iuitted>. j^,, ; -^J: '  '� Wlien>th'ey.!i�turmiSRiil]ato^ouj�ji!i4b*^ written verdlqt ,was "po'iu^o'ive'rlnti'a'riii' contjadlo�o>y,-'^iid'l?|tigtgy;-fBatMlf?ia4l' (CoiTtfgga'onige't'i^rT.^ � i^'l'.W. ^ J' ' auu i,auLi.c, ,i),ij >VU^a 4ui)Se[tU,pKilV 't�D qi the Ib^islatiuicp oVei Items ap- bought The mqhey *s'(} tAdvanoi/rt w^s pearmfe hi'tfie'-'pilbflev'accounls oE 1911 deposited in a irusV*aceount)iSnot^'hlJi tv^for,^�l,yment^'h)Sde;'H,o Hon.,!DDncan own account, ir-the'lrfeiph'a^^.Ba^S^, Jfay�JaJl'o8'''^p#|^t Iwr^es ^ and he ^ issued chetiil^s forpurr ;> .> .> .> � .> �. sr iitifess^votedSiii;:thvor.(^ oityAibeing ^fvenvjiS.TC^ their lpU:;Jp.s8eSsni^W.This rejilesf' was-.em-|mdjp'd|ifi:,,cllBrter-,vam^^ |Si!v^:i%ft0itl?e,:� [ Must Be Elected i/jfif||�|past Calgapy'^^^ ��!Hi^efe' beenielebte^fialthough au ;fel|c,^ion'%,as not called jtori^ lo,rn;;-:-:'* Ing Mr. -W. A. Buchanan,,M?Pi(;;-;f Interviewed ,Hon..- Frank ...Gov'iv- i. clvrane- In, reference to havtiig.-.i � "' work start this year on, fh[e "J "west end of the Lethbtid^e^ ~ Maryfield line. ^ \ ' '-Mr. Cochrane; expressed-him-!"i!i-; : :;;seli;-:asianxious;ito;have?,(iUlSK;..,  i done,^ and proml.Beiaito;takei_lie.x2 ;.i matter-up with.-.Slrc^-AVilUam-rr-Vii^Iaokenzle, and urger-that^. worki e should j,be started "^'thls -.^yiyar."" ', The urgent needs of,the bun-it' -�- dreds'. of fsettlersand|;homer,-'/, .. steadeTB was Impressed' on�^;the 0 mtnlater' by ^r;''BvjclianBri, ^u'df ' IJr, Cochrane said they wei� certainly entitled to a lailway �'.at-the earliest;possible .�tim4,..T;' 'j -chief of police implicated? --- the wish of the �;pubhp-, accounts committee, Frank jWaikprj .:chairman of that icomtnittee^ ;'*!notlce tliat he would '.mtive that aUj^ordertcrt the house'b^ issued r^ fetringQt^ie, public acdtouKts- for the. : 'Jt^?i^^!lfl 'to the-; public accoiihtis- com-�miiteeo'foe Investigation:.';into soirta' Aems^.haying been asked.foi' by Hail^' old' Riley, Gleichen � .^r.^l,' Consolidate Schpols , j K> Hpii. - J. R. Boyle '.gave .notice that on prida'y -lie will move^ that the J house-; roaervc itself' intoicom'mrtteo of; ' th'e wliole;.to consider thev resolution; respecting' the bill to ' antend the Vschooli"assessment orduianooyandithe-'-lschOol .grants � orrtinancci�'-The prmoi*] , p'al texture ot the proposed, amcnd-wenfew-ill^ lie. the .provisidhvfor con-sohclatod' schools. , ^'A Small .Ditches v An, act relating to sjna.Ut d^tphfes v'whwitj-bJ& i:pittssed' tljrough|cpinmIttee,! "-fo^^ thev-\\'holo relates, to .''construction 'pf.srfiull drainage schemes costing un-^';defr$5',Qbo. It provides -.ihat'a priv-a,te';0>vrlcj;-'of land, m�y,institute ,,, a afjjindgB,j>scheme by giviug-^iiotice; .to' tbQ..municipality and� dalUng- a.m�ct^': IngiOtiother owners who will be af-tgcted llti is presumed ,thflt: persons;'owning Jaiids .'.within one mile from sides. ot the, dt,tch;and^one luilei from the cOm-^ wepcement arn liable to; be -afteotpd. Owners to be alTeoteriat an agrcemant-i^i^rifiv'ed^at ttill'bear' a'ptoportioii-; ate cost'of constructing the ditch,- AL Says ,He Will Remain Carry on "Fight to a  ' FinisK" and Cobalt, Out, Fob 37.-CiiarJ'c5 Fyfe, chief of police,, .John ""'ijegle-imais,;,,'hi^h,t;, .'operatoTi>T.; iiSs^^iW6^ Ry., Frank Marcptt, night clerk ikt -, , ^.^r , thVKing EdwaW, .�^1 ot LatftWord" ^^ere they we unable to agree were arrested this'ihprnlnK.ftir'thefts- ^-Provided that an en^JMermay fi-n,, iK-irtn. w,i,,.,.� u-^.iV'v-^v .J. �> be annaintad by the pii^niplpayty, consldejjs'i.the' ditch (f  � - ' , I speg|ive J(ortions of the -cost ^to bo victoria's from-the'King Edward hoWrSr&'fe-'^PP/**,'^^'^. ported to bave/flleaded^gullty,''^,-''^'''j.'l^ , p - _^ ^ p,, nweSSary; admdioate upon the y -r-r-w- > spective liortions of the--C09t ^to mayoralty, ' , bye-eLectio,?^-, Victoria, B.C, Feb.,26,--ThB hardest fought civic .campaign In tjie- city's historv resulted'VflRfoi-riav ir,- tv... ' b'oVhe by, djlferent owners! , Dunvegan Road'' . , , j Ir'. jMioben^i, leader pt^-'the oPPasl'j li; gkve notice that oh' Friday he' btopve fQir an 'ordei of ,the house' "Mie p'roduotion'of deeds^^otde^siot *hy.,wayi ot mortgag,e toJatW-,7oVtrust?os, with respect* to?-an act^to/authorize the ^uara,ij:tRp o^.cej- V i;h,fi,'eji.vlll'''6e no' reslgnatlonsiS fiom'fiie city cbunoil aa a result' ; of tie Tuesday afterpoonsfesslon.! ;A piV:^.L01(65ttf^g?jiri(ornJe^ ' aid'tbdiy that lie had ' mkde ii^ i his mind,,"to stick and fight to a flnlah,*'^, It ds jntlmated, however)' ;^;thafiifh^::prbibaitftt6i p^ to 'the 'a\d^rmen ; w,ill coin^ before^ tIi�i.^6piUioll �agajji shortly. � 41d.'> 'Skelth,- 'Aird; � WlUIamson-'' and'Hamilton ^have ^voted against > the,siayfnen!,of. fl^arles to the'; mpem^fe'''^of; th^-.opuncU. Aid. -_ Lov,erin^>and McNs^bb have voted, ' In favor,ri�iine-^iayor 'Har^Ie ex-' ;ipre8BeB .;i th5:;iOBlnlo.i)'4i^t'-''t should be*pald.. , Ti^^' If. all the 'membErs-'-of the rhOB'rdi-rexual'n',of'the.!samef opinion, ' there �''appeals"'to. Be lit^e hope ; that,ithe;;Ol,tyf.^yl^ payisalaries to the^;';ppunclr.^^^ aldermen .in the'Fhlstoryi ot-th-e-v'olty.'- :� : to build GREXt tunnel O. m 11 Forecaste is That I-Goverriment Will Have Probably About! Thirty-two Majority ^,-,,,,tee seruntleB of suclu'; --'4t\''f,V;?N''o.�?"*�-" ' ,',*'fb->'B 91 *Th� vA;� a� tii.ii'A'noth'or, important iUD^ii4iiJ^np!^-||^ ^7-fhe vpt^ OnJ'^}^;,tend iranehlse. by redii^n^^t^jf f|iP valueiJoiii^'-isi&teStpifb^ Ottawa, -Feb. :27,^The-A-pt^ second.reading 91 .the go^rnmtnbjjj^i �vai bill .wlll,.b,e^tak,ed', in J&i'GonSpfflS^^ 'tonight,' '.after the . Giiubault :{yi\ei;ia=; mfent calling: -forv^aplebiscit fT^^rlif,;,am?mapep� Jecl^^ psrasln^ of-'A re-dlsfribufl^nj genei^ifieJpction, have,- b'eenj,! "f,;fEhpij|xpeetatlon is. that,the GuiU 3^^-'amendnrfent./Which "swill .be ._t|ie, .fiirBlEfiiSVvoted^iipoii,;^^^^^^ support of the seven, Natloaalists-X^d: bolted^ from' the mlnistfefial rfl.iiksvou| the ^qtelion;tiie.^esoii^l(ra}^^ of Verville,-: Labor-HberaJ niimberJ^^; Mal'soneuve, a total ol-efgh't.,,' ft^fs' posBJ^ble,'however.' thatit^. :dE-^-t%ee^ western'iXiiberals who �ia,vor''the'pj(e%: JBCite�'^dea^;may; also 8UPpoi't^'Mr;f,!;QuIl-; baulf j-,nhd ;Ih; ^hatj evenj, .the-;vote ri^,^ the '.Nationalist amendmeiit'S-vfUlJsbe; larger ' , '/{. ,\ :,-.Wh?n! the' .'Vote'on fche::;p^po8|l,;iftj; Mr. TurrlEf Is taken it.wilHn alLpro-Jr babillty receive the iUPPort 'of all"! the -Llberalst'^with:..thg;.'e^CBptl6,n;'f^of, Col. H. H. ^Mcl^an, ot^'^udbjiry'and^ Qu�etts;-Avha favors a;f..jl9ntrlb'ut!ojii,i and-blithexsfeven: recognl^jeij -Natlpiial^; J^ta, .'Who,' tfext to a pl^hiaclt^ belJeYeij that'tlie is^ue should be,referred tp'i the-'people l3y:--way of ;Bfiii(;=^fi|j resolution. Tlie majority lop that-op-caslpn was 32. The ^l[a^onMi9ta -vyhg:; ilYflll vole for: the GuUbti\itj|i^ amen^lments are: Gujjbayit. Bell%' mei'e, Aohim, MondqU',-, tiqulaj:? �,b& maroj^e and,Barren.  ; ;:;~rlV;T,!A;^';', fContinupd. on pace 11') JT > *ft^rty,>hielf)H8^pr^�w' per head.. The demand for the Institution of the poll tax comes from ;: small towns, where real estate is .orir. ly of email value, because the: exfs'C- .1 ' eiice of and' thp dependence, of the-- -r town on the operation of mines. -1-^;;i:,, That there la to be no:bonu8lng of, : Industries will be made clear in pro-: a posed amendm-ents. ^" , "No council of any town shall ihaye,-;..'^.;-power to grant a^ bonus or any'oth^r^^f' J aid to any person, company op oorpori;?*;i': "1 ation, for the construction, establlsli-1]; ment,:,or, operation; of 5any';mamifaoir,rf'='^''^ ory, mill, railway,'or othey busln-eas 'ftr!;;?; concern whWsoever, within or with-'" out the municipality." ' " ' Also councils may not "exempt from.taxatlon or subscribe for Btopk-., ,^tQ a~iowi'irea^mwst'JAye-a|, '&cupied souse \io ey^yft and ^prdvtafoa Is"'mad^^'fj^r^ __ ^ time for .land used.sQleY.fdr^apf'i HuralVpurposea, and which hfis),^'nC .beenrsUbdlvlded to be.vytfi'drXwn^f ^Jawn limits. \ , ' \ > contract � "^^ .A BIG *? > lOhe hundred, men anji teams > was the^ big ard,er "left Withvff ? local 'emtlbyment agency.Vels fc[r4ay, by a gentleman fr^tr ^ blctqss the line, X�etJAmbett ?J. by name. Mr, Lambert'has^ 'S',;':'blgf'contract'openjng"'.about^;1 esti eyerJtaken by,orte jrte > this'',p'fovInce. He'^wHl^, work, just as soon as tb^if is out of the groimd/^^iJ^a^rlfi ? work x'll'hc the'-see'dlflB'of ? 'farms belonging io 'tBcf,a| ? ard^ Seourltles ' , -/ Vancouver, B C, Kftb. 27 -.Iji ^ SullivBin, chtet .edgineqr ot wpSlerji Jines Q^(,' the 'o'P-R^-. announced todaj? thati^idersi^-wprpl'^.bein^.' '0 closp kJ_rlW16/for;2' p,eat,tuimey ^,*i,e ^^or/Hs'�denied^bV^,;t;etIftX Seljcir^.ap::^afc'. aowif Bq^er^S ,tj,oc tmen; wlw^ itteaded the qorty^ntioii^ irifn; wl^p' ittended the^qort kaocklng Hli^,exW ^i^-m0re;,lill5& tETHBRIpG'e  : ' VjJ { Peculiar Report WhicKj:p%d|i^ThU^^^^^ Press 3ervice What ^ocaljPelegat^ ^ . There was 'a newsvitgrhrsient'^ put,;^bjf5:i the Western AssooiateuM i�ress fronV Edmonton last night anVoWln^ tl}at Mr Lussipr, of the IjUssfor.^d'nsiirviCh; tion conipanv, Jmd becn>xpV,!P^.ti;pj?\': the Alberta Builders' J55;6li|iigf, iionj account ot having ,madt^ I'sqijie ' ,ai-jangpment with 'employdisJliii^Meidl^ cmo nkif qon'trary to iihe.-rulies'ini^JliBJ exchange", / - C�-1'Sri cony?nftpp\ Mj;'^