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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TWELVE PAGES Lethbridge, Alberta. Friday, January 17, 1913. PRICEr-FlVE CENTS Number 31 IEIMHDGE TO BE ON TIE AS A DISTRIBUTING CENTRE Mr. Price's Remarks about rtanee of New Policy Well Receked Import WHAT, IT MEANS Inducements of Tangible Character Can Now be Given Wholesale Houses * "JOE" NEARLY ALL IN London, Jan. :l,7.--Joseph Chamberlain came to London from Birmingham yesterday, preparatory to a visit to the Riviera. lie appeared much, feebler, and was unable to move without assistance. .j. �j> * > ANTIGONISH REMAINS CONSERVATIVE Halifax, Jan. lG.-^-The bye-elections to fill the vacancy in the provincial legislature, caused by the appointment of E. L. Girroir to the Senate, While the city, council is engaged in took place today, and resulted la the formulating its industrial policy in , return of J. S. O'Brien, Conservative, preparation for a campaign to induco over Hon. H. C. Chisholm, Liberal, industries to locate here, they do f O'Brien's majority was 309. not intend to lose sight oi the possibilities open in a wholesale way; and representations will be made to ; all olasses of wholesale concerns con- ! sidcring opening branches in the west to have them locate distributing, houses here. "The expenditure contemplated by �the C.P.R. here this summer", said �General Superintendent Price, while in the city the other day, "will, es- SYLVIO YALGALOFF FOR FOURTH TIME HE HAS HAD DATE FIXED FOR EXECU-TION Montreal, Jan. 17.-Sylvio Yalea.-loll, who ha:; been condemned to die on the scaffold at the jail here tomorrow morning, was brought before Mr. Justice Garvais shortly atti-r six o'clock tonight and for the fourth time, the sentence of death was pronounced, Friday, Jan. 31 being set as the dale for the execution. The fifteen day reprieve was granted through the direct intervention of the minister of justice, who explained over the telephone to Justice Garvais that at the last moment added representations had been made in support of a commutation of sentence and requested that the formality of a reprieve be carried out by him. The prisoner was hurriedly taken Tiom the death cell to Mr. Justice Garvais court room-, where ho was resentenced. TRACTOR FOLEY I IS OF G.T.P. es- tablish Lothbridge as the -wholesale ur ]j �. l QurDrJse(l Should centre of Southern Alberta for years , VVOUian I OS JUrpn&CU Jiiyuiu to come. Cars loaded at Fort William and Winnipeg, for points in. Southern Alberta and Eastern B. C, west' of Lethbridge, will be bil'ed to Lethbridge, and-this will be a break bulk point. Up till the present time, Lethbridge has been a break bulk point only on a temporary order. The new plan foy the yards and sheds will make it permanent, and any ad- There be Good News for Lethbridge .;. > .J, .j. .;. .;. .j, ,:. .j, .j, .;. I' THE URANIUM FLOATED ? Halifax, N.S., Jan. 17.-The > steamer Uranium which > grounded on the rocks near ? here on Sunday was ^floated to- > day. Her passengers were tak- > en off shortly after she struck. ��> > ? > > �� > ? ? > ? ? WALLA WALLA MAN E MISSING FARWER IdENTlFIEb ON . STREETS-FAMILY BELIEVE; HIM TO-BE DEAD In the city today are W. ,E._ Foley ? and his son, Francis Foley, members > of the railway contracting firm of .> Foley Bros., of Edmonton.Their .;. vantages in the- freight tariff on car- presence in the city at this time, is -load lots will bo to the benefit of indicative of the fact that railway Lethbridge." j building in Southern Albertathis' During the coming summer, therer year will, be- undertaken, in greater fore, the prospects for an increase'iti volumR^thair for many, year's to come., the number  of wholesale distriputiiys /^.tts^t'^erstpda^thaiythey i' are houses in the city are very bright" li" here "looking over^ contracts on whjteh is almost a certainty that the fn-~ .they-.inay powiblyi'llare_ Airing the Harvester Co. will undsr-. next "few weeks, �p&p*. 'take -the' cohstructiotf'of.tliek.-new \\: i'What abouASbev&^T.EA' MmvFol-� four-storey woreho'dse ou their .new ,ey was asked. ''Will they do anything site on the C.P.R. sub-diyjsiounorl&^h';.fcfe^so^'-bn^;Season?". '."�'. ., of the pres-nt yards..: An announce^- '.-'The Trunk?'' came.^tne.-reply, ment to that effect is likely to be "Can't say for sure, but the circuin-inade within a few weeks. | stances arc suspicious.,-1'am inclined Just what the intentions of the to believe that there will- be an an-1 Edmonton, Alta./ Jan. 17.-George Massey-Harris Co. are have not been nouncement shortly .which , will be . ,n/. George, a prosperous farmer, who. ir?ade known as yet, but their pur- good news to the people s>i � Leth- disappeared mysteriously from his chase of a new site on 2nd Ave., 3.yjJ>ridge. The company has its route home near Walla Walla, Wash;, eight in the wholesale district point to �LpprOved, they, have.'/,.-authority to jears ago, and has since been activity in building lines with that cross the C. P. R. high level bridge traced through most of the states in concern, and if conditions in the here, and have been, granted n,urner- the Union and the various provinces spring warrant, an expenditure of ous orders affecting this line by the in Canada, was seen on the streets '$50,000 or, over will be announced by, Railway Commission during the win- here a� few days ago by L. S. Bar-, them. iter. It looks as if there was 3onie- rem, formerly of Walla Walla. The; Two other wholesale concerns have thing doing." . -,.'.�-�'''-. 'man lost himself in a crowd before' had their eyes turned Lethbridge-I Francis Foley is of the opinion.that Mr. Barron could get to his side, ward for some time, and have al- the report that the C.P.R. will con- p0st office clerks have reported, to ready acquired, property here on which nee t up the Lethbridge-Wcyburn %line the Royal North-West Mounted' Po-they will eventually erect warehous- this year will hardly prove correct, lice, who are assisting in the search, es. Tees and Persse, manufacturers, Instead of 198 miles to be connected that a man giving the name George agents and warehousemen, of Cal- up as is generally believed there-are W. George and answering the de-gary,'have two sites, while the Can-1 actually 235, and if .contracts; are scription of the nvssing farmer, Canadian Swift Co: selected a site on let for 195, there will be .still .40 ed twice recently for his mail at the 2nd Ave. last fall, and it is believed miles left to complete in 1914;' How-, local office. George's son applied for to be their intention 0f locating here ever, much will depend on the supply an order to the superior, .court 61. durmg the coming/season. The busi- of steel and the condition of the la- Walla Walla County, declaring his ness of the latter concern has in- j bor market. father legally dead, and asking to-be creased/greatly during the past year, I Regarding railway building in the appointed executor of the estate. ' and a warehouse for the supply of north; where the Foley'brothers are their trade in-this part of the prov-, interested in large G.T.P. contracts, Mr. Foley advanced the opinion that | the through line would not be in Tnunicated: with by the city council, operation for three or four. years. and everything possible will be-done The late fall made ,it impossible to! aici last night from poison, and a to take advantage of the envious po- haul the heavy freight required on' postmortem will be held today, sition in which the agreement he- construction up the. Fraser River un-tween Lethbridge and the C.P.R. has til within the past two weeks, and placed the city. > C* *5� J6 v ^ O *! # ? GOOD IDEA SPREADING ? Stockholm, Jan. 17.-At the ? opening of the Riksdag today, ? the King, in his message, an- ? nounced that a bill will be *J� *J� �J� ** �J* �J> *J� ? IT'S UP TO TURKEY NOW ? SHIPS IN CANADA ? Constantinople, Jan. 17.;- ? ^ The collective note drafted > by the ambassadors of the European Powers in London ? was presented to the Turkish > r government today. ? ? : : > ? ? * 9$Ea|^%iB\')Bi^t[v'^8ton^;', of ..'-France, � the incident ,was at a wonian, probably the wife-pf theAto result in: a duel. ' / , proprietor of thei' roaming/fyyse iii) During the "proceedings of the Na~ which they lived', and:a rumoS*"has it''tional assembly George Clemcnecau that a; small -child also: ^erish'dd* Jnv made a^'satisfactory explanation' --to the flames. '. \\ ,.v  :]M. 'Briand .pnd.M. Klot?., whq . had Property valued at a quarter of a;'-beeh sent to him by Premier ; Pom-million yesterday is today nothing"but. caire' relative: to the letter he re-charcoal, ashes and a conglomerated ceived last evening from the ex-prem-rubbish still .smoking from the fire; ier. � The incident is therefore consid-which started shortly after teh o'clock'ered closed. burned fiercely, and for'a time uncon-1 Deputy A. Be Monzie and Peal trollable throughout the remainder of � Boncour, former Minister of Labor, the night. ; also quarrelled in the corridors of The firemen fought valiantly ;but the Palace of Versailles, as a result under a serious handicap, as the fire of which M. Monzie sent his seconds plugs were frozen up when the alarm- '0 Boncour. Fife Broke Out in Rooming House-Water Service Punk -Fierce Blaze The Earlv Scenes Versailles, France, Jan. 17.-Seni- was turned in and it was not until precious minutes lhad rolled -into more than an hour that acy effective \tors~"and'deputies "of France arrived stream was secured. The absence-of in smaU groups throughout the fore-any wind aided the firemen greatly noon to^v tQ take part in the ^ in keeping the flames within limits. tion of a "new president of tie re-Over half a dozen of the firemen were .[public' President Fallieries' seven-overcome at different times, while j yesiT term expires on February IS.' firemen A. Dutton is in the. hospital badly Injured and Chief Tommy Lauder is out of commission temporarily. Nominally 807 representatives of the people were entitled to vote today in the National assembly con- Narrow escapes were' numerous: arid"! yened- in. the ancient residence of the all suffered severely from the; strong;King, of France. These official" elec- contrast between the heat of.the flro and the cold of the weather. , ''-y tors include 597' deputies and 300-senators, hut the number was reduced The fire started in the five storey lowing to vacancies caused bv . deaths brick building of the, and resignations or by illness.. Co., at Fourth street and Peace ave.j j Large crowds of people who had and this with the. Lachamber block,' come from the capital to watch the which was situated immediately to arrival of the politicians and states-the south, and the Italian boarding | men, disturbed the  ret>ose of - the house, in which the loss cur-red, is a total loss. T (Continued on page 5) o ,.> o * ? ? : > > * ? * ? * ? HOME RULE "' " VOTE ANALYSED London, Jan. 17.-Tho Ministerial total vote of 367 on tho third reading of thc Home Rule Bill,' included IMS Liberals, 8S .Nationalists and 37 Laborltes. Two Liberals, Hon. T.' Aiar-Roberts and Sir C.� J. Cory,. representUig the two Cornish constituencies of St. Austell: and St. Ives, 'voted.against the mo'asunj.'  ? ? ? * . . >v i t^,'. , X In, ,1895*. 1 s J Leader of ^MQiierat^' Re^u,h'.. has 48 38 99 51 ;