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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta w. VOLUME VI. TWELVE PAGES Lethbridge, Alberta. Friday, January 10, PRICE-FIVE CENTS Number 25 Latest Issue Alberta Gazette Contains Notices of Incorporation of Three New Industries in South-em Alberta with Head Office at Lethbridge CEMENT WORKS TO COST $2,000,000 E. A. Cunningham and Dr. Faber of Calgary Said to Be the Moving Spirits Behind Cement Company, Which Owns Large Clay Deposits Across River  : : > * *> I AWFUL SACRIFICE OF LIFE �* �j� *j* �j* �t* > GAVE "SAVE OUR * SOULS" -O I CALL Companies organized within the past month, 'with Lethbridge ;i.s head office, have a combined capital of $2,-:i2S.00fl; more companies are organizing', and every indication is Unit Lethbridge if; duo for a revival of industrial enterprise, which will make this city the most-talkcd-of r.i the province before the. end of the year. The last issue of the Alberta Gazette gives some interesting information regarding these new companies �which are to bring Lethbridge to the front industrially. Certificates of incorporation of lour companies appear as 'follows: Crow's Neat Portland Cement, Co., �Ltd.. capital, $2,000,000. Lethbridge Cold Co., Ltd., capital $100,000. Lethbridge Creamery Co., Ltd.. capital 25,000. Umpire Club Properties. Ltd.. capital $3,000. The head office of each company is Lethbridge. The announcement of the incorporation of these companies has caused v ftUU they are merely iucorporat-statcments making it clear that it ing no,. to be in a position to go was not attacking the Board oi ahead with that branch of the work Trade, also withdrew personal ini- when tne creamery is on'a working putations against members of the kasj3> Powers Advise Turkey to Yield MOOSE JAyV TIMES AND BOARC OF TRADE KISS AND MAKE �UP Constantinople, Jan. 10.-The European ambassadors in the Ottoman capital, today, succeeded in drawing up a colorless note, which wilt probably be presented on Monday to the Turkish government. The document guardedly advises Turkey to yield on the question of Adrianople, but no suggestion is made of pressure being brought to bear by the Powers to insure the acceptance of this advice. It was a sort of friendly advice document, Brandon, Man., Jan. to. - Strong resolutions 0n the Banking Act, nav-! al question, hail insurance ami Brtt-' ish preference were passed at this ! .morning's session of Manitoba Grain| {Growers' convention. | Considerable discussion was iiidulg-j I al in hy the delegates before the ; | resolutions were passed. The follow-( I ing is the resolution on hail insur-: j aticc : . : ! "Resolved, that this association'ap-1 'proves of the principles oi intcr-mu- 1 nicipal hail insurance with uniform appraisements, and hopes that the , Manitoba legislature will frame and ' introduce a bill along such lines dur-i ing the coming session of the lcgisla-| lure, and that our executive be di-i reeled to confer with the provincial ! government or any member oi the government or any member of the ; legislature in arranging the details 1 of a, bill. | President Henders explained that before the bill would become opera-I five,the principles of which arc co-oper ! alive Etiid--optional it would need per-| haps 25 municipalities to signify their willingness to adopt the measure. Norfolk, Va., Jan. 10.--The British steamer Alcazar, with a crew of 2o, which sent oat "S. O. S." calls from off the Dia-ond Shoals lightship, in distress and leaking, last night, was unheard from early today and no revnue cutters or wrecking tugs were: available. > * ? > * ? * : � * ? > : * * * *1 Speeding Down the Mountain Side Train of Nine Cars Was Uncontrollable and Travelled at Fully Seventy Miles an Hour ONE KILLED-TWO BADLY INJURED Engineer Stuck to Post and Was Thrown Into Snow Bank Unhurt Cars Were Thrown Fifty Feet An Exciting Accident A Referendum On the Navy Question Brandon, Man., Jan. 10.-With but five votes cast against it, the convention of the Manitoba Grain Growers' association today adopted a resolution oppc-sing the expenditure ' of ' thirty-five mllliorj dollars, or any other sum, on naval armaments, suggesting that Canada should give the lead to the nations of the world for disarmament! and universal arbitration of international difficulties, and declaring that, before the Parliament of Canada vote any money for naval expenditure, 6uch expenditure be referred to the people of Canada by referendum. TER FAIR FOR ALL OF SOUTHE n aw nrnnESENTATlVES HERE TODAY Representatives Considering the Men in Exhibition- Circles Cardston, Msfgrath^ Rayntoifid'and 'Lethbridge Fair -Association Amalgamation of Fall Fairs -.- Favored by Many Prominent Features of the Amalgamation council of the hoard o� acting properly in preparing the document laul before- the citv council, ami admit tagp 8). Fernit'j B.C.. Jan. t -cont^ tuisalQii wr t'jiatu'wiso. ALBERTA'S ACT IS THE MODEL B. C. MINERS WANT COMPENSA-. TION ACT MADE AS GOOD  V; AS OURS ./ Nelson, B. C, Jan. 9.-Legislation' providing that workers acquiring miners' pthisis and other diseases resulting from employment under unhealth-i'tii conditions may set ire compensation on similar lines as under the Workmen's Compensation act: that the eight-hour extended to. include carpenters and others working at smelters and that the British Columbia Workmen's Compensat'on act be atnended- on the lines ot the Alberta Act-, were passed at the closing session of the fifteenth annual convention- of District Number 6 Western Federation of Miners'>today. If the compensation act were amended as urged, the maximum sum claims able would he $1800 instead of $1500: the weekly sum payable for total disablement would be Sot life instead of to the extent of. $1,500 and all questions of "contributory negligence" on the part of the claimant in cases of death or total disablement would be removed. . Nelson will be the place of-thensxt convention in 1914, this city securing tlie honor on nomination by Frank Phillips. Fred Adams nominated Greenwood, but Nelson won out on a vote. ONTARIO LEGISLATURE CALLED Toronto, Jan. 9.-The opening of the Ontario legislature will take place, on February 4. G. T.P. DEBENTURE ISSUE . London, Jan. 10.-It is a'ntcipated here that the Grand Trunk Pa'ciflC Railway intend issuing �800,000 of 4 per cent, debentures. ESCAPED BALLOON OAPTURED / : London, Jan. 10.-A German;balloon''; marked "Station Fried^richahafen," was picked up today on the coast 'of Suffolk.-, There was nothing, in basket of the balloon except instrip.-liients and.ia*!*,'.', . : It Is thought that,the: balloon wasi'*: Captive one used 'In {be -'espelin! p-erienU. "-'�'�",?�' "" is 98 95 ;