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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, .January. >), HH:>. THE LET JIB JUDGE DAILY HERALD FARM LANDS FARM LOANS Crop Payment, Straight North one-half of Scclion 20-.'J--17. I ini!c:s son i h - wosl' of Warner, 200-.'teres broken Two miles of new fence. flood water. Hood neighborhood. The ri^ln. place for the right man. O. T. LATHROP ! CALGARY HAD SIX MURDERS M 1912 THERE WERE 84 VIOLENT DEATHS ACCORDING TO' POLICE REPORT Stafford Block Farm* Loan� Fire Insurance - - - Money to Loan FIVE ROOMED- FULLY MODERN COTTAGE, ON ONE LOT, HALF BLOCK FROM CAR LINE, $2300.00-$250 CASH, BALANCE IN FIVE YEARS. (iooi.I oHiee to rent in Acadia 'Block, $15.00 a month. e C. B. Bowman Agency mCAOIA block. PHONE 132*. 1* ft. W *>r%^ "smt w � � A HP lVltLlldlNE- MAI Calgary, Ian. s.-The following i the lis-.t. uf woleni deaths, SI iu all, ; Calgary in I Ml 2, as supplied to the c I commissioners by Chief (Middy in j annual report.; | I)'ai lis sudden, found in lied .... | ne.atlm sudden, on public street.. | I tenths by drowning ........... i Hied from effect.- of gas explosion j l)i�-d from clients of excessive use i of drugs ...................... Ui'-d from effects of excessive use of alcohol .................... I ded from suffocation .......... Killed by falling from buildings .. Killed by automobile collision .. Killed by street railway ........ Killed by machinery ........... Killed by railway .............. Killed b> iiorse.s ........'...... Kilb'd by falling' from hoist .... Killc rl by shooting ............. is in :ity bis 14 1 �I 11 Regal Terrace adjoins the properly purchased by the Canada Cement Co. It is close in to the industries now locating and located at. .Medicine Hat. Priee oi Lo(s.$TUM).00eaeh Terms 1-4 cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months Illinois - Alberta Realty Co. Phone 455 Rooms 1 & 2 Macdonald Blk. Puis Hanging ..... Cutting throat Manslaughter Murder ...... Total ..... Si MILES FROM CITY SITUATED SO AS TO GOBBLE EDMONTON MARKET-EXTENSIVE IMPROVEMENTS Edmonton, .lan. 7.-James C. Dunn, president of the Great West Coal'Com-pany, which holds under lease II IS acres of bnd five miles southeast of the business centre of Edmonton, announces that new cutting; machines mid other equipment will be installed this year with a view to increasing the production from Tin) to '1000 tons a day. The jiresent output is 250 tons daily. One hundred and twenty men are on the payroll, wages being based cm tonnage. The company is composed of Edmonton and Scotch .capitalists, interested iu the enterprise being Alexander C. Duun, T. Levell Freeman and W. S. Cupples. The coal, which is taken from peanis ranging from 4, 5 to 7 feet in Ihickriess, is mined with cutting machines of the Hardy typo, operated by compressed air. This equipment is employed in undermining, after which 'dark power, fired with lime fuses, is used to bring the coal down. Schiele fans, five feet in diameter, driven by an cngin-o with Ifi-inch cylinder, are used to ventilate the mine. The hoist of .11:00 tons capacity every eight hours, is operated by coupled engines �with IB-inch cylinders. The cable drum is six feet in diameter. The compressor is driven by coupled engines with IS-inch cylinders. Steam is supplied from four tubular boilers oi -150 horsepower. The headgear and screening plant is operated by an engine with a 12-lmch cylinder. The new machinery to be installed �will be -for long wall work. There will also he added facilities for grading the output o'f the mine. The company grades for lump, egg, nut. and slack. The coal is free from rock or dirt, owing to the absence of "roll" or fracture. The buildings consist or a la-.re boiler-house, engine-house and other structures required for the accommodation of the plant, all of which are of recent erection and of solid construction. For the accommodation of �bachelor miners, there is a large board ing house, three storeys in height with full basement of 'concrete. The inner walls are or cement. The rear portion of the ground floor is occupied by a spacious dining room and kitchen. There is accommodation lor 100 men. A two storey residence, for the accommodation of the manager, stands at a short distance from the boarding house. For miners, whose wives reside at tile works comfortable cottages have, been erected, forming a short street between the workings and the boarding house. At the drift workings there is another bunk house, where the men at 'work in that pari, of the mine make their homes. The company's operations, in the way of the disposal of its output have already extended over a gr�a� distance. Coal has been * suflplieu at points ranging from T()t)-*milesr east of Edmonton to the head of the-steel on the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company's transcontinental line-, 100 miles west of Kdmonton, and it is expected with the installation of the full working equipment of coal cutting machines the production will be trebled. John T. Stirling, provincial inspector of mines for Alberta: Johu Stocks, deputy minister of public works for Alberta; F. T. Fisher, secretary Kdmonton Hoard oT Trade and Central Alberta Development League; P, T. Butchart, president, and Alexander Butchart, secretary Great West Land Company: T. Levell Freeman and CJ. T. Fraser visited the property recently and inspected tbe.workiugs and the modern apparatus used in mining operations. s P. L LEACH ELECTED PRESIDENT BOARD OF TRADE DAY HE LANDED AT. BOW ISLAND Bow Island, .fan. 7.-D. Needbam. exploiter of the original townsite of Bow Island, arrived from Victoria this week. Mr. Millroy has taken .Mr. Luck-hart's place as manager of the Bow Island branch of the Union Bank. .Messrs. Swennumson and Luckhart have moved into their ::ew promises jic.nI the Union Bank. The new building of the How island Trading Co. is nearing completion, and when finished will tell of another stride forward in Bow Island's progres siveness. P. L. Leach, laic secretary of the Associate Boards of Trade of Southern Alberta, arrived in town last evening, and now calls Bow Island his home, he having taken an interest in the business formerly run by E. C. Ludtko. At a well attended meeting of the Board of Trade held last evening P. L. Leach was elected president and H. A. S. McLaren vice president. The olliee of secretary was not filled. IN HOURLY DREAD of AVALANCHEI Seattle, Jan. S.-With more than 2i> feet of snow in the mountains, a chinook wind blowing from the southwest and rain forecast for western Washington, railroad cifiiqjals-and residents of the valleys are living in dread of avalanches and floods: as a result of which there may bo great loss of life as well as the destruction of hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth of property.  The Northern Pacific .line � still- are open but all trains are running several hours late. ' . ' ' ' Great Western and. Milwaukee trains are being routed over the. Northern Pacific tracks,.' ' ' THREE-FIFTHS CLAUSE DEADLY EFFECT THIRTY-SEVEN MUNICIPALITIES IN ONTARIO GIVE LOCAL OPTION INSUFFICIENT MA-  JORITY If You Value Your Eyesight You will equip your reading table with a JSaj^ Lamp Authorities agree that a good kerosene oil lamp is the best for reading. The Rayo is the best oil lamp made-the result of years of scientific study. It gives a steady, white light, clear-mellow. Made of solid brass, nickel plated. Can be lighted without removing chimney or shade. Easy to clean and rewick. At Dealers Everywhere. THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited WINNIPEG 3T. JOHN TORONTO MONTREAL HALIFAX Toronto, .Ian. 8.�-Kcturns from six more municipalities voting last Monday on local option, were received at the. offices of the Dominion Alliance today. Normandy township defeated the bylaw by a straight'majority, Die vole being 265 for and 521 against. The bylaw was held up in five more municipalities, owing to the existence of the three-tilths clause, The vote is as follows : Renfrew town, 364 to 2r� 1 ; Burleigh and Anstruther township, 711 to til ; Arthur township, 287 to 284 ; McKiliop township, 273 to ISli, and ^lontcade the vote in which has not been received. This makes 37 municipalities held up by the ihrce-lifths clause. Thirteen gave majorities against. Results are yet to be received from Bath villain- and the township of Amherst Island, Bedford and North Monaghnn. "Official figures from Penclangui-shenc show that the' majority against local option was 172, the vote being; 35!) against and 187 in favor. FORMER CHIEF HAS E IS SUING PRESENT CHIEF IN MACLEOD FOR ALLEGED WRONGFUL ARREST Maclcod, .Jan. 7.-The breezes ironi the west oi the past t w o davs have drifted the snow into Die cut-; on the railways, and has had tin- effect of delaying trains, but no; to any great extent. U has also cleared the prairie so that the natural teed is ready for the stock on the hills and valleys alike. Air. and Mrs. A. Venn; were at home to their young friends Tuesday night, when their grand home was crowded, it being in homr of Mrs. Voting's mother and younger brother, who celebrated his 31st birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Young have, the distinguished honor of being the best entertainers, also the most hostly hosts in Mac-lend. . Everyone enjoyed Die evening, and arc high in their praises of having spent many splendid hours at Youngs, but this last one surpassed all. Mr. ami Mrs. Tuttlc returned from Spokane, where Diev i.penl New Year's with their children Engineer Alfham has been htisv inspecting the installing of g.i.-i into Die hospital and public school. At the latter it is giving good service, as the past few days of extra cold weather has proved, an.I it only requires to be continued to be a good advertisement for the Gas Co. At the hospital it was found that the battery of burners were, not sufficient lo supply Ileal- for the large building. This has since been remedied by additional burners. The town hall and power house will be connected up this week, when another big lost will be made. ' The Queen's Hotel, also the Empire hotel, experience no difficulty in providing their guests with very comfortable rooms heated from gas consuming boilers in their basements. The council will, at their next regular meeting, take up Die subject of. gas inspector. They have been busy gathering data for some time, which will take some definite, form, and the. safety of the users of gas will, it possible, receive more protection. l'\ Rhodes, at one time chief of police, has entered action against present Chief Lawson for $2000 damages, for alleged wrongful arrest. The case will come up at the next meeting- of the Supreme Court. MASINASIX DYSPEPSIA MADE i Suffered "Fruit-a-tivis" Cured Him Hundreds of people gladly testify to the wonderful curative powers of the fnnious fpjit medicine, "Fruit-a-tives", To those now suffering with Indigestion, Dyspepsia or other Stomach Troubles, this letter of Mr. Stirling, the well known real estate operator of Western Ontario, shows the way to a speedy and certain cure. Gl.KNCOK. ONT., AOG, I5th. igtl "Fruit-a-tives were So beneficial to me when I suffered with distressing Dyspepsia, that I wish to inform you of their satisfactory results. Although I have, in past, suffered agony with Dyspepsia, I am now in perfect health. "Fruit-a-tives" accomplished the desired result" N. C. STIRLING. "Fruit-a-tives" -will cure every trace of Indigestion, Dyspepsia. Sour Stomach Bloating, Pain After Eating, Biliousness and Constipation. "Fruit-a-tives" is the only remedy In the world made of fruit juices and valuable tonics. 50c a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size, 25c. At all dealers or sent on receipt of prica by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. SLATES RAILWAY SHOWS THAT ALLEGED FREIGHT RATE REDUCTIONS ARE RATHER FICTITIOUS E DESTROYED BY FIRE MR. W. B. DREWRY LOST HIS ALL -ORIGIN IS A MYSTERY Masinasin, Jan. U.-Tb,e party given at the home of J. W. Chambers was enjoyed by playing games, having lunch at 1:3 o'clock. Hubert Mueller bad a little bad luck by losing one of his cattle last week. Romeo Poianski is home for a short time. John Mueller and family are on the sick list. Win. Shields and George Fairbanks made a business trip to Coutts last Saturday. H. Fraser is spending a few days at Lethbridge this week. Lena Mueller is now at Milk River helping at the Thompson Hotel for a few days. Cowley, Jan. 8.--On Monday the town was visited by a ruinous fire. The dwelling of W. B. Drewry went up iu flames with all its contents. Miss Anna Drewry and a little child of six were in the hoiiBe at the lime ! but are unable to give an account, of j how it started. .Mr. Bromley was the j first upon the scene and states the i blaze started at neither of the stoves. Everyone spexi' their time trying to extinguish the llames and never gave any thought of the contents until if was too late. The sofa and a few chairs were the only things saved. Every garment except What was at the time worn by the occupants was consumed. Cliff Crawford, a roomer, also lost his complete wardrobe. Much regret is felt by their many friends for -he loss of -Mr. and Mrs. Drewry. Added to the above luck is the fact that there isn't another house avail-1 able where they can set up for the time being. The building was the property of C. H, A. Powlett. It is understood Mr. Drewry is iu receipt of a telegram from Mr, Powlett, who at the present, time is in Calgary, stating he will erect another building for Mr. Drewry immediately. Miss Retta Latta returned Monday to Edmonton, where she is attending college. John and Ed. La Brie gave a dance to a few of their friends on Friday evening. Ottawa. Jan. 8.-Producing a number of special commodity tariffs which ho claimed wore in force Instead of the standard mileage tariffs for and 18S8 given by the C. P. R. in its original statement of rato reductions to show how much greater its rate had been in former years, Mr. M. K. Cowan, K.C., counsel for Saskatchewan and Alberta, at today's session of the rate inquiry by the railway commission, brought to light a number of facts, which, If authentic, tend to upset the rate reductions which that railway claimed It haB made iu its western freight rates. Mr. \V. R. Mclnnes, freight traffic manager of the C. P. R., was again on the stand all afternoon, and was closely questioned by Mr. Cowan as to the C. P. R.'s exhibit of rate reductions and Mr. Cowan's own exhibits dealing with them. In effect, counsel for Saskatchewan and Alberta, endeavored to show, through questioning Mr. Mclnnes, and by the production of a number of old C. P. R. tariffs, dating back as far as 1885, that, the standard mileage tariffs given fo rlSSil and 1888 by the railway aB a basis of comparison with the rates, did not represent the movement of the different commodities covered by it in former years and did not indicate actual rate reductions. Chairman Drayton commented that some of the tariffs were paper ones, but Mr. Mclnnes stated the C.P.R. had a perfect right to use them. The case will continue tomorrow and a night session will probably be held. ONLY THREE SURVIVORS Astoria, Oregon, Jan. S.-Of the ship's company of 36 who sailed from San Francisco in the ill-fated oil tanker Rosecrans, only three survive the sinking of the vessel yesterday on the rocks of Peacock Spit. RURAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL Warner, Jan. 8.-Councillors for the Warner Rural Municipality held their first meeting at Warner 011 Monday, January (!. The five councillors are: Carrol L. Atkins, Lewis Peterson, Hal-tor O. Rollag, S. 0. Barron's, and F. W. Walte. Carrol L. Atkins was elected reeve of the council, and S. G. Barrows deputy-reeve. Eivind Trockstad was appointed secretary-treasurer for the year. OPPOSED TO TAXING NEWSPAPERS Nelson, B.C., Jan. 9.-The Western Federation cf Miners in session today went on record as opposed to an increase in poHthi rnli>� oti -nAw^rie- pers, and decided to appoint paid organizers. TO Los Angeles, California, Special Train From Spokane, Wash. Tues., Jan. 14,1913 Tickets on sale by Canadian Pacific ticket agents in Alberta and Eastern B.C., on January II, 12. and 13th 1S13. Final return limit, April 30, 1913. FARE FROM LETHBRIDGE TO LOS ANGELES AND. RETURN $.1.18.55 $128.50 Going and re- Going via Spo-turning via Spo- kane, returning kane. via Seattle. Special train trip from Spokane to Los Angeles covers seven days, stops being made at Portland, San Francisco, San Jose, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Monterey, .Del Monte, Paso Robles, Santa Barbara, Riverside, jud Red-lands. Faro on going trip from Spokane includes berth and meals on train or at hotel, and a. number of sightseeing trips. Return is by regular service, meals and berths nor. included. . For descriptive pumphlot apply, R. G. McNEILLIE, District Passenger Agent. CALGARY, ALTA. R. B. BENNETT SOME DO NOT SHARE GLIB-TONGUE POLITICIAN'S NEWS OF PROSPERITY s INFANT SON OF REV. R. C. JOL-LIFFE WAS KILLED IN MELEE T'ekin, Jan. 8.-Chinese robbers shot and killed today John the infant son of the Rev. R. C. Jolliffe, of the Canadian Methodist mission. A party of missionaries were returning by the boat to the town of Tselitslng when they were attacked by robbers between Chengtu and Chungkin' in the province of Sze-Cbuen. One of the robbers wag captured but the rest took to (light. TYRELL'S LAKE Tyreil's Lake, Jan. 8.-The ' dance held in the school at Tyreil's Lake, was well attended and a very enjoyable evening was spent. Visitors from Warner and New Dayton were in af-ie.ndance and many others from a distance on New Year's Eve. The annual meeting of the Tyreil's I-Lake school was held on the 4th of January. All the trustees were present. The financial. report and the year's work was read . and approved of by the ratepayers. Solomon King, who has been eh;/rman three, and a half years', was re-elected by acclamation. There are about thirty-six. scholars enrolled. The New Year and a snow storm started about the same, time, and we have about six inches of snow ou the ( level. | The officers of this municipality (held their first, meeting at Warner on j ths 6th insf., and had the prelimin-| ary meeting. They engaged Mr. B. Trockstad for secretary; who is a very energetic and proficient bookkeeper, and who, no doubt, will he a-great help to the new organization, The Calgary Albertan published the following: Editor Albertan:-R. B. Bennett, in his New Year greetings, says we should all be exceedingly thankful for the manifold blessings which we hare enjoyed during the past year. This is the same R. B. Bennett, who, a little over a year ago, through an embittered uppeal to the lowest sort of prejudices, helped to' "scv up" the western farmer tight and fast, without hope of a market for his produce. After thus tightly sewing up the farmer, leaving him at the mercy ,of a narrow market, Mr. Bennett bought up a line of grain elevators in this district. This week his elevators aTe paying from 16 to 18 cents per bushel for the farmers' oats. This is less than the cost of production. Mr. Bennett may be exceedingly thankful that he is being enriched upon the misfortune of Canadian farmers. But how about the farmer? What sort of a spirit is there deep down in his heart? BERT HUFFMAN. Laugdou, Alta., Jan. 4, 1913. PREMIER SIFTON ON THE WAY HOME INTERVIEWED IN MONTREAL SAYS TELEPHONE SYSTEM WILL BE EXTENDED CURES COUGHS SCOLDS , Li'eitt.-Col. Noble A. Bartlett, of yviudsor, is dead, aged 52. He was a .lawyer, i" . Montreal. Jan. 8.-Hon. Arthur L. Sifton, premier of Alberta, arrived in Montreal this morning on his way-back to the west, after a visit to Great Britain on financial btfsiness connected with the Alberta government. Accompanying Mr. Sifton is Hon. Maliolm MfrKekizif, the provincial treasurer, and the gentlemen are returning to Edmonton with an addition to the public purse, amounting to $5,-000,000, in return fc-r which they.have left l.O.U.'s in London, in the form of Alberta government bonds. "The money ia needed," said Mr. Sifton, "for the development of our provincial telephone system. The telephone, which is one of the public utilities, is government owned in Alberta, and we propose very large extensions to that system in the hear future. The telephone is also one of the few government utilities that produces a profit, for the system is not only paying for itself, but is leaving a surplus over expenses." Asked if he hr.d heard any couir plaints in London, on the subject of over-borrowing by Canadian - municipalities and general business organizations, Mr. Sifton said: "I heard no such suggestions. The British people realize," he said, "that the enormous growth of the west requires large capital sums if the development is to proceed in a brisk manner. A disposition we notice is to look for higher interest on the money invested." , � ... SUGGESTIONS Advice to Expectant Mothers The experience of Motherhood is a trying one to most women and marks distinctly an epoch in their lives. Not one woman in a hundred is prepared or understands how to properly care for herself. Of course nearly every woman nowadays has medical treatment at such times, but many approach the experience with an organism unfitted for the trial of strength, and when it is over her system has received a shock from which it is hard to recover. Following right upon this comes the nervous strain of caring for the child, and a distinct change in the mother results. There is nothing more charming than a happy and healthy mother of children, and indeed child-birth under the right conditions need be no hazard to health or beauty. The unexplainable thing is that, vnth all the evidence of shattered nerves and broken health resulting from an unprepared condition, and with ample time in which to prepare, women will persist in going blindly to the'trial. Every woman at this time should rely upon Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Com-ponnd, a most valuable, tonic Mid invig-orator of the female organism. In many homes once childless there are now children because, of. the fact that Lydia E. Pink-ham's Vegetable Compound makes women normal, healthy and strong. 11 yon want special advice write to Lydia B. Pinkham Medicine Ce. (co�-liential) Lynn, Mass. Tour letter will be opened, read and answered by;a woman and held ia strict conuMeaee. IN BAD SHAPE HEAVY DEFICIT LEFT AS HERITAGE TO THE 1913 COUNCIL Calgary, Jan. 8.-The city tax rate is likely to go aeroplaning skyward this year. Last year's rate must b'e increased more than one mill to provide for the enormous deficit left by last year's council, unless the city can, secure power, from the legislature to issue general debentures covering this deficit of between $1.50,000 and $200.-000 on last year's bylaws. The city's finances are in an appalling tangle. As a result of the bad management and lack of ordinary business foresight of last year's aldermen, $15,000 due on local improvements completed in 1912 must be provided out of this year's general tax; and an additional sum, in the neighborhood of $135,000, due immediately on general improvements in 1912, must be paid out of the citizens' pockets in a lump this year. This deficit will have grown to $200,000 when all the work initiated and contracted for last year has been completed. ' ' y seventy less barrooms. Toronto; Jan. 8.-With reports practically all in from local option fights the number of bars to be wiped out by May next remains at 70. In all the local optlonists woo. 24 straight contests and 21 repeal contests, ahdlost the remainder on a straight vote or were held up by the three-fifths vote. The latest returns show Arthur, Burleigh, McKillop,' Eketer and Osliaw'a held up by the three-fifths vote, and Norman by a- straight majority against. SAVING HALF THE crop � Los Angeles, Jan. 8.-With markedly higher temperatures prevailing, smudging was successful last night in saving oranges and lemons and that had been only slightly nipped by the cold of the previous two days. According to experts fully half of the $50,000,000 crop may be found to be in a marketable condition. Libel actions aggregating $(300,000 have been instituted against -the Montreal Herald by the.six directors of the Montreal Tramways Co. Can You Beat This? We have for quick sale two lots just north of Fleetwood schooi, which we are instructed to sell for $800 Pair on good terms The Dowsley - Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Blclg. 7th St; Phone 644 3985 74 ;