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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TWELVE PAGES Lethbridge,^Jtoerta. \Vettiiesclay. January 22; 1913. : PRICE-FIVE CENTS Number 35 Grand Council Voted Today and it Was Favor-- able to Peace VIENNA RUMO Stated Unofficially that Porte Will Cede Adrianople to Ask Newspapers For $10Q,000 Damages Bulga na Montreal, Jan. 22.-Actions : :for $100,000 each have been entered by Godfrey,Bird, gen- ' �ral nianagter of the Inter- �>' national Bank of Canada, ag- ? uinst the Mail and Empire and ? the Toronto Star for alleged ? libellous statements .in connec- �. ? tion with the bank's affairs, ? -and the charges against Mr. > Bird, recently dismissed' by > Judge Le^t. ?! ** > v > >.> ��* *J� �� ^".Qr IS COCKSHUTT PEOPLE WILL. BUILD AT EDMONTON TO SERVE NORTH COUNTRY I. Attacks Proposed Elevator Pok icy as a Scheme to Aid I  Premier Sifton (VnsUnt:nople. . 1 an. 22.-The grand council of tlu; O.ttoHtun Ktnpire voted today'Mn" Favor of accepting tho yro-posals put forward by the European powers for the purpose oE bringing about the conclusion of peace. A Doubtful Report Vienna,; Jan. 22.-Turkey hay decided to surrender Adiianople to the Bulgarians, according to a semi-official telegram from Constantinople today. Turkey Unwilling; Berlin, .fan. 22.-The reported willingness of Turkey to give up the fortress of Adiianople and to make peace on that basis is received here with skepticism. The belief prevails that Turkey's reply'to the note of the powers will show7 only an inclin- [ Calgary, Jan. 22.-The only ,( dis-ation to',jneet the wishes of Europe content "note thus tar during, the ;tot government, ownership;, m �'Mai^ttona. and then criticized; tb^ Saskatchewan system. The .outstanding* feature; pi this system.was that;at. wpuld-^uyd up a big government .machine.- .-w.b^li could be used at election tipiefahd that pre-svstem financing was- n^t Ja proper one. Loans' could not^be, -liego-! tiated upon the property o'1 the company. - t f.--iWe �men for the elevators,: one'oi:thess rfci have a seat at tho ar.'nual'meerUngfeE the company and .to.Vho-lcL ,-tibft tprtTStes of the members in hi? district.; ' * ; Mr. Smith is noted xtc tee' Le|h-' bridge ;district as -an' out ;ar}d'dat. Marxian - Socialist $.n'd is .^ell'-lqjo57n in this oitv-i treat. The two candidates �aet in a restaurant yesterday,-and 'had a cordial chat, each haflng ike-respect of the other. .� tack.- � *� Tift new* of-Alderman McOani-bfy'slllness caused widespread'fe^' gret in the city and on every side ' earnest hopes were expressed'for. his reebvery. Mr. McCamb'iyi is,, exceptionally popular In the city ; as was evidenced by hfs heading ' the poll at the municipal electfons with the largest~vote vcVer: g|V(>n'' a candidate in .t'h'la'clty.',-';:i.-.*i*; At 4 o'clock Mr. MeC�mbly.,;waB reported as very low.- London, Jan. 22.-The woman suffrage .agitation .has developed an exceedingly grave aspect. The following statement was made on high authority last night : "If the suffrage amendment is defeated and Sir Edward Grey ieels that tho decision 'has not been arrived at on the merits of the case and without consideration of. any possible danger to the government he will fesl compelled to vote against the iran-.fehisc^bTll'.'"^ "It was oh the undersUnding that no consideration except that of suffrage"should' be aHSwcd to enter the division that;Sir^ward Grey agreed to the.cburSe aolr^fcd by the cabia?t on this'ins'tanr^alntl Mr. Asi^uith will probably make- ifr'^plain this week that that is the altitude adopted by tin', cabinet." With regard to the general question of .suffrage, the house of commons may be divided roughly into four grea% parties, namfely : First-Those opposing woman suffrage., 'v Second-Those .'supporting woman suffrage. ' .7     Thifd-Thos^supporting woman suffrage' in a limitea degree. Fourth-Tbose^yho support Premier Asquith -befoi:^'anything else." There are the-possible main developments. In--fin> first place, Sir Edyvard Grev's awendment to omit the. word " male';',. may be defeated. In the second plaoe, it may be passed, and then ail tlfe definite woman's suflrage. an-,endm^iit.s may ,he defeated. In the -tbipSl place, one or the totlier of the;wbnTu's.snflrage,amendments may;,'be-'parsed in-iebmraittje. On. the ^s^^era'atiTOr,. .the.. ih> "feat of Sir Edwardh^^Grey's -.-.nieaU-iTnpnh ywouldaiaiiseAl^yltoverBiaftyi. -Kb least embarrasspient. .Its. acceptance followed by the defeat of; all the. dc-^nite �isuftrage - amendments, would cau$e."the government the most trouble; though^inost serious ccmbarrass-Jnenfc since.-tho'rcourse taken^by the fiouse yvbuld -then 'hatfe be'ein most illogical. \ ' The acceptance, on the'other hand, of, one-, of --.-three suffrage amendments would iprpbablv involve the govern-ment;'ultimately in the greatest cni-ibarrassnrente of all. If Sir Edward Grey-carries out his threat and-votes against ,the third reading 0t the franchise bill--a cabinet crisis of the 'greatest gravity, reaching beyond his resignation-can harjUy be avoided. In jsuch.\casa the position of the other .cabinet-- ministers who'.--have' voted Ion'-Jus, amendment, Uavid Lloyd jGeWgej John Burns, Augustine Bir-roll ��id-Rufus Isaacs to mention only ,trie1-more prominent, .Would be ;.ex-.tremelr ?dehcate. and it is more than iprobable that his resignation : would he,1; accompanied , by that; of, one or 'more of- his suffrugisfe-eolleagues. -..Meanwhile the campaign is growing -.daily- , Suakim, Kgypt, .Ian. ..':'.'- Three hundred and fifty -Mo- ? hammedau pilgrims from India > to Mecca were drowned'today > by a flood which overwhelm- > ed the entire caravan and the > encampment midway between > the sacred cily of Medina, At-'. ? abia, and the port, of Vembo, ? on the Red Sea. : : > : : ^ OF THRILLING EXPERIENCE OF MAN WHO HAD .RECEIVED MANY THREATENING LETTERS Madison, Minn., Jan. 21.-Rev. E. Ekland, of lake shore township, this county, was awakened by the smell of smoke early yesterday. His first thought of letters he had received from .time to time in the last six months threatening his- life and the destruction of his property if he did *ot-leaye the community. � Tho hb'iNijg;-wifs'ftifi^ft'snwik*.' Soaae-*hing. striieJc^Jiin^; pi^ih^.-head;. he staggered and;-groped 'fo^his^ assailant. 'Another'.;blpw: and/ aK "ready-, led'to -the-cancellation of thet concurrence in freight tates* existing between the C.P. R. and the 2$. TB� oyer the line jfrom Shelfiy, to Lethbridge. The. cancellation; takes effect on February 1. .--�> C. R. Young, manager of th� local branch of the Merchants' Bank,, re-turned last night after a-short..visit to Great Falls, and he states that the Montana city is experiencing a genuine development due' to railway construction yvithin the limits of the. state. The Milwaukee-railroad has; all its material ready to-push Its line into Great Falls in the spring. The terminals for  the road are already; purchased, and work has been i^arted, so that they may be ready as soon as the road is ready for operation. The. C. P. R. interests and those of-the Milwaukee road are closely allied. But the war. between the CP. R. North Lethbridge Business Men Say it is Too Far Away SOME NEEDS Want Bank, Better Lighting, Street Car and Mail -Service .North Lethbridge business .men �are already out with a progressive program which ivas 'discussed' at a meeting held in Kennedy Hail > last evening, presided over by W- -P. .. J. Alexander, president of the association. It yvas a meeting conspicuous for its unanimity of purpose inas.v j-rrnich as the large representation'pre-sent expressed its desire to 'lose no time in improving business conditions in North Lethbridge.,,;. It yvas agreed to circulate a petition among the residents and business men as to the need of haying a . branch bank, as it was felt this would prove of great convenience,to "the north side of the .city. The matter yy-'ill be taken up shortly \vith the various banking houses in the city.. Mail Facilities Better mail service facilities yvere also needed. At present the mail..is collected once a day, namely, at seven o'clock every evening. This yvas somewhat inconvenient to the _ business men, yvho will ask the post office authorities to change the hour back to nine o'clock. The question of the city market next came up for discussion, and a strong protest yvas made as to estaV-lisJung a market at the Athletic Park � 'wjhich was too lar out of the way and would be absolutely ussless to-tte . residents in the north side. It yvas the opinion of the meeting that the market should be established: some-.w4iera.,ui,the centre of the city njlar; vtp the car "line if it was to be of real value, to the citizens. - � Lighting Service -: ; Better lighting service is also nced-!ed, and to that end the city council yvill be asked to put an additional arc lamp betyveen i every one now in use and also to instal cluster lights -fit some future time. . Car Service The car' service question was final-, ly taken up and it was decided to ask -.the council for a. three car service with a ten minute schedule. The pres- ' ent two car service -is not sufficient - for the convenience of the travelling . public ia North Lethbridge. The maetH, ing felt that as Norlh Lethbridge* contributed son�tlnng like fifty-two^ or ;more ,per.cent., of. the reyenue": ot '..-Iv,5' 'J* & *l" 4' *J* O: if f. HAVING TRAGIC ' EFFECTS ? .Woodstock, Ont., Jan. 22.- ? With the first president-of the ? ; Beattle -Nesbitt, seriously ill * � In-' Tcvbnto, a despatch from' ? Etnbro top^ay states, thatLieut.-'"i* Col, 2Uunro, thc last president > ? 6i' the,same, institution is also ? > fii'Va- critical condition follow- �> 4> ing--a prolonged illness.- : j> - beeit well since the collapse of .....thoTbarrk/Of -yvhich he 'was head;- SMS I .was. jL'V ' tl>ovbaitk'Of-yvhich lie 'was \ J\* *y > : �>:: * * > � lfy^!fMk.\. ��; ml "Lethbridge keeps growing a little all the time," said J. :W. Woolf, ex-j M.P.P., who is in the. city today, ar-riving last, evening from; Nevada. "It still has every promise of being one of the best; cities in; the Canadian Nc-thwest,"- ... �Mr "Woolf has not visited Lethbridge sjhee. the\ Dry-Fdrming Congress, and.states that business in Canada seems to be about on a par with that in the-, States^; -.,�..;.;. . While discussing the ^condition of the farmers .after last ..year's crop, with the Herald, Miv-Woolf said that the day of exclusive grain raisin? had passed.;. . "Raise -3es\ yvheat -and more hogs, and'Alberta will be better of-fi" was his ad\ice. Just al;* that moment'one of-his far. mer friend's; oame up 'to-.greet -the ex-, member, 'of parjiamentnaud catching the advice, intimated that too many hogs are being raised now. ' "That's*-all, .Tight,;;,-.answered- Mr. Wcolf. 'fBaise still mor� .and: se* how long,-- it. will take sto induce..a packing plant. t&*locate> in Southern Alberta.-. .T,Ua.t:. is...tjje'.-.ftOjUitlon: of th.e J �market'dlt*iculty;'':�-."Mj  ! .-. Mr, W^olf-will/llkeiy-jPemain^'in-Al-! berta unM) .af|e-r'the opening of the session o\\.. February;'X1i; -and. hopes to attend that.^unction,',- . He is (wsatchjngt.v^lth, interest the] moVemehf?;pnffqbt'fto'"':bpild a,Latter j Day Sairits^r^empleisiu'vCanada, but] could gii'!e*iuo":'Intimation � as- to -*lts j probable.--location, * more bitter qyving to the activities of the Sop line. During th^.ipast, year Soo line surveying parties have> been working persistently in Montana.^Ud now have routes, surveyed,foiva;roia'd; from the Plaza branch 3h. the. Datko-tas through Great Falls;'west through Kalispell, to the Tobacco Plains coun-, try, on the boundary, Bouth of Gateway. This will give them a connection between the Soo. line and the Crow's Nest branch of the: C. P. ,R. in British Columbia, and will parallel a large portion of the ;G. N. R; main line. Whether the branch from Lethbridge to Coutts will be extended to meet this new line through Montana remains to be seen, but it seems more than possible that it will. � ' - Noyv what yvill the Great Northern do to offset this invasion of territory by the C. P. R.? Nothing Hi their movements so far has Indicated they? plans, but those in close-touch with affairs in Great Falls cou,nt_UDpn jin. Alberta invasion by the-Hill interests.: The company will rhaye- a-v-brfineh^to^ Sweet Grass, which, when* tn*;.concurrence with the C P.' R Jsv abolished will leave a spur oKlitcle*.uS6- Aoi find traffic for. that spur", if'is-:bei lieyed that the G. N. R. wiir ..fcuird north into Lethbridg�>i; From ii^tji-bridge lines- will be^i^bj*6ted"in.oi'th to Calgary, and Eam^itQnj;add;^i{'''$d-. dition to,thei�IIill Inter^^iS;':wiH""pjSia',l,' lel the C. P Tt. through, the, 'Crow's Nest Pass to Michel,' into^whidh'ihe Great - Northern has: -aMine.'.already, through Gateway. f. > � ,,' The war between the two bife trans. poTtation companies 'is.*-.taken iisertovis-ly in the Montana^-oitiesj aa^iJt.'is their belief';ihat; Alber,ta';,:and'.�spJectal-! ly Lethbridge, .wilLbeu^fie'.thet^b�j-% and the Great Northern-is made everr�the street railway, greater consiaeu: ation should be-shown ia .providing , increased, car; service. . ..:� ; : The City Council Met Again Today � At a special meeting of tho; Gity Council this afternoon five local-im-proy-iement byla'ws were passed.; ' -. These had to do with local improvements which were finished last year; The city's.portion will be v-otecL -'x am going to.move that the'aldermen be paid," said Mayor� Hardle, ;this morning, when discussing the bust-, ness of the meetllng. - "Three council meetings in three days is almost too much of a good thing." SMALLPOX RAMPANT" 1 *',' Wateiloo, Ont., Jan(,'j23.^rQyyIrAg \to the prevalence of >smali�'qxV' t'enjinore cases being reported,-tqd�^j'�tho.'Boai'd of Health decided -to 'issu,evany. orirer tor a general vacclnatidii.- -'^"-{ iAT AI / �i. .Moose Jaw, Saslcv Jan. 23.-In; an . 'interview on his investigations ; at: Fort /William;.Fred Green, secretary�� of. the' Saskatchewan Grain Growers' -association, this morning said: , ' "If the same energy required to, put the grain there had been 'applied to , 4-| placing it in interior Terminal ^tor- "-ij ','i>ig'e, and -cars returned'af onc^i''to 1 the initial points, jnuch .Bu(^Hn^^fl^;-iS,Xv^ loss would haye'been saved -\s^^p^} .< /J farmers. . ' -'. ''mf4i%m "Tina ^oirmlTinl olAVnl-nvn rffiwtl'iTlfBlfri-,i The terminal elevators down^ii are practically full. .To yards you-mlkht'thlnk"some had burst, aa heaps^of' gyaiu-'he^ef there, meet th 14 1 68 ;