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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TEN' PAGES Lethbridge, Alberta. Wednesday, January 2J), 1913. PRICE-FIVE CENTS Number TURKEY S! T Allies Abandon Hope of Reaching Terms With i Young Turks WILL FIGHT RESUME General Opinion is That Peace 'of Europe Will Not be Disturbed FOR TUESDAY NEXT NO PREVIOUS ANNOUNCEMENT -TOTAL IS BEING KEPT A STRICT SECRET London, Jan. 29.-The note drafted by the peace delegates of the allies was- delivered by Stojan Novako-vitch, of the Servian delegation, to Rechad Pasha, shortly after noon to-tiay. The determining i'actor Impelling the allies to this course of action was the receipt of reports during the night and; again this- morning of grave fer-ment-among-the-Tu'rkish troops stationed on the Tchatalja lines, a large portion of whom appear to be unwilling to follow the "lead of the Young Turks.  It is considered herc in view of the international complications in Turkey, Mahmoud Shefket Pasha, the new Grand Vizier, may yield, before the energetic action of the allies. The gravity of the situation at Constantinople is shown by the large naval forces concentrated by the European-Powers at the entrance to the DaTdanelles. Even Austria-Hungary, which, in the past, has refused to join the other; Powers in naval coercive measures, has now ordered two warships to be in readiness to start for the east at any moment. While the clouds are gathering ov-ter Donatantinople the' astronomers' who make a study of the European lirmAuient, consider that- the.international' |)eace of Europe is no longer; in danger. As''a.proof of this- .their-, point oUt that'Italy has just disbanded an arltiy' of 10O;O00^S6ldiers who served in Tripoli. ... .r . *r.-v-*i. . ^Rechad Pasha this'morning express-1 ^Id the hope that the Powers,' realizing 1 "the unfair treatment which has been inflicted on Turkey" would help the Porte to surmount its -present difficulties, "thus insuring the- definite political -economic settlement of the whale eastern problem." Several members of the Bulgarian peace mission left London today, including T,- Theodoroff, the Bulgarian 'minister of finance. The text of the note! to Rechad Pasha, handed him by the Balkan dei-ogatss follows: .> issue of $1,000,000 'ffew -stocK '? with the citizens lighting the na- j at 200, to shareholder^.^* tutal concerli- in-ealgary, 'amt cord on Febniftry,..1.5../;,TherLBfc..TJ� ... & . ... ...h /* ^rectors were increased" from >? \ wlth SOToral Lcthbridgeitcs- assuming ^^^rfo^I�rttar^adlair--tP,!'--W."r p |a similar attitude,.it..is evident that ? Hamber, Vancouver; and H. \V. . ! the Canada Western Natural Gas, > Hutchinson, Winnipeg.y: ' :> *J* *2* ** ** *t* *** *** �'C1 '^,*** I SENT 10 JAIL SAY THEY WILL START HUN.GER STRIKE AND KICK UP DIDOES " London, Jan. 29,-'.'OeneralV .JVIrs. Drummond and thirty other milita'fit suffragettes will spend the next'ifour-tee'n days in jail as the result ofitheir determination to force -David; Lloyd George, chancellor of .ithe, exchequer; to receive them a�s a*deputation- , The women, all refused. the oittioji which was offered them, of paying a fine instead of going to prison. . Light, Heat and Power Co. is not; trading the proverbial''path of -loses: They are encountering obstacles 'every day, but still tbey are - doing business at the same old stand. Gas Consumers' Association Complaints of the high cost of heating residences with gas have been so'i prevalent during the past few days1! that the Herald came, to the conclu-" sion something was the. matter, and investigated. And the result' of the investigation was the 'disclosure of; a movement on foot whereby the. gas users are contemplating the organization of a Gas Consumers' Associa-' tion. Evidently all is not well with the. Gas company, and the present appearances indicate that there Ayill. either be a big fight between the company and the � consumers fdt cheaper gas, or the company will deem it wise to reduce the .-price,-..Vol?' their own.-accord without takitjg.-. issue with their customers. , f�4w Gas for cooking purposes has come to stay in Lethbridge. The Herald' has talked to a large number,of gas consumers, and- in every instance there was an answer showing'.: >jjhe f customer to be perfectly satisfied with gas in the cooking ranges, ^'s! general neatness makes it desirable;,-;whilc the cost is not in excess coal. � �* ' � Taking Gas Out But with, heating' apparatus a different story is told, and- .several prominent citizens have taken � ,'the_ gas out of their furnaces because of excessive cost. One gentleman told the Herald this morning that his gais bill for the month of December was :$40, and there were few cold days'-In that, month.. Others complain,. ,of. 'bills from $20 up, which they/claim are in excess of their coal -bills, by i a large margin. Still others complain (Continued on page. 5). -wa^"'elected presideut. . ''. Hbn. Duncan Marshall Is Very 111 Olds, Alta., Jan. 28.-Fl^htlng'i- , severe cold, which- at) times sent^ his temperature.' soaring, Ho(i|y.; Duncan Marshall fisisbtppi'aviryj  slok man, and for a -vvhije, his.' friends' were most anxious.v�Mri?' j Marshall had a terrible,^experience in the south."country!'.being caught In a blizzard' � while", atv > tempting to make a ijouVneysfrom Mag rath to Lethbridge I n; an -.auto?^: r, mobile. Me -felt th'e .eff^jsja' $t\�,' next day, but- kept*1 oji'- hje'* feet ; and filled an'engagement' at^pi nbyv/jgi.v^b'p'^wo|tK,''be paid to views of Alberta farmers as expressed at the U. F. A; convention.. jThe-: government would be largely ;guided'by the wishes of,the farmers in.the. ma.tter. President Wi.J. Tro-gillUs'*of' the United. Farmers, stated here -.-that the farmers favored' & vpl'au of advancing-money to some company to erect'elevators. St. Petersburg, Jan. 29.-An extensive series of experiments with agricultural implements was carried out by the Russian department of agriculture during the season of 1312, with a view to putting an end to the dependence of Russia on American manufactures. Over one hundred reapers, mowers and hay, rakes manufactured in Canada and various European countries were put to work under the supervision of the officials of the department. A considerable number of these implements, according to a report issued today, : successfully stood the tests under varied and difficult conditions, notably those coming from Canada, and it is stated that they can be manufactured equally well in Canada. The department of agriculture is sending out copies of the report to co-operative societies and local government boards all over the country, as the Russian farmers are largely supplied through these sources. The government hopes to induce agriculturists to substitute other imiHe-ments for the American � machines. Seventy-two per cent of the business in this kind of machinery is now in the hands'* of American manufacturers. SSIONARIES TO CAMPAIGN IN LETHBRIDGE L CRUISER MELBOURNE SAILED TODAY FOR ANTIPODEAN WATERS London, Jan. 29.-The second class protected cruiser Melbourne, the first completed ship of Vie Australian naval program, leaves Davenport today for Australia. She is of the improved. Weymouth type, displaces 5,400 tons, has a main armament of eig,ht fi-incli guns, and a speed of 25 knots. Two sister ships, the Sydney and Brisbane, are under construction. The brittle cruiser, Australia, building for the commonwealth, is nearing completion. She has a displacement oi-18,800 tons, a main armament of eight 12-inch guns and a speed of 28 knots. The sister ship to her is the battle cruiser New Zealand, presented by that dominion to the admiralty, and this warship will be honored next week by a private visit from H-is Majesty, who will unveil the carved dominion of New Zealand coat of arms. Three Able Men From Magrath Will Canvas the City > > * ? ? > MR. ' KEEL WON'T RUN * Mr... LouIb Keel this after- > noon .stated that even though �> granted an acclamation he > would not be a candidate for ? the Council to replace the late ? Mr. McCaihbly.'" 'TJSIre �afe too . > * many sessions of the Council/.''* and he feels that :ltA 'would be too greatia drain'on his time. ? � Business- needs the "greater'' 5� part of a-man's timej and the �>.-Council (holds too many spec- > ial sittings to, permit of his > running. ; , *(,  > � v ��;��" : ,;;� >  �j* * *J* *"North-west" Life .Assurance Company.". Mr. M?igheh!s bill to incorporate ilia 'Qanada/:Western Trust Mortgage com^ pa'ny,::was next considered.: .T,hi& name-was jajso.:.objected to aud.Mr.iM.eigh-tep';.'substituted the iia�ic,j'i',^''Canada. - and Northwestern Mortgage^and Loan .Co.'; , j x I r.iJ^e^^aBiittl jitjck pi 'thcicompAiiy y^^ivjB-;'mll,libn;':-dollars''wlto.,'',-'� - Mrs.'Sagejand Mrs^Anderson have figured-extensively," in.' police -' court doings in times.past,-underthe namps of Dora. R'obUison ;and. May. Parsop.s,,, Both have - counts .-against, them. * �� � Fifty dollars-bail.-was:fixed-for each, of those taken iu>the-net. : �-> , /Iter's" /in - Edmonton, '?/>1e*&Ont,,- Jan..atit?i standing-feature of the short 'course school-here. The farmers,-and-in^ deed,., the townspeople, are talking' a deep interest in the lectures and ^he. discussions have been pn an exceptionally high level.- Yesterday there were very large crowds at all the lectures. In the tent Mr. W. J. Elliott, superintendent- 'ofr the - C. P. R. demonstration farms, gave two splendid lectures, and judg--ing demonstrations of beef cattle. - In the morning, he dealt with the cattle and had two fine bulls, which were used for judging and criticism. Prof. Elliott said that there was no use trying to build up a herd unless the foundation was laid properly,-and the right way to.do that is to have, good-bulls. �'�' In the afternoon-Mr. Elliott ;dealt with the other side of .tile house, and had three fine heifers for judging purposes. His talk was followed -with keen, interest, and in the judging he complimented the farmers of the district on,their knowledge and discernment. Prof. Elliott did. not think there should, be much trouble in making Carmahgay district the centre of a fine stock country,- The Chicken Expert In .the'public hall, A. W.,'Foley, of the Department of Agriculture,. Edmonton,- talked on poultry -raising, breeding, housing and'feeding, and the-big crowd were simply delighted. Jiir. Foley knows his subject i:rom every standpoint, and the vast fund of-information he imparted was greatly appreciated* It certainly should do, much to stimulate the development of this important industry in this district. , . r At night, Mr..Foley was the princi-! pal speak�i- at a public meeting, and again told much about the poultry^ man and his business. The band was: {.vesent, and there was .another large crowd. -..: i Today the sessions again give evidence of large crowds and continued interest. : ' NO ARGUMENTS Merely Wish to Distribute Literature to Undo any Wrong Impressions Magrath, Jan. 29.-This morning-three missionaries of the Latter Day Saints' church departed for Lethbridge, where they will begin active operations at once. The party consisted of John J. Gibb, J. J. Head and J. T. Spencer, and they will likely be re-inforced by several missionaries from Raymond. From Mr. Gibb, who has charge of this mission, your correspondent learned the following: "We will canvass the city thoroughly, leaving tracts on doctrine whereever agreeable to the people. We intend to hold some meetings also, and endeavor to coTrect some of the falBe impressions concerning 'Mormonism,' and our people. . We 'will present our message in humility, and will in no way press.it, upon anyone with whom we meet. We do not want any discussions or , debates, as it only serves to arouse feelings that result in evil on both si'Ves. We are advised to refrain from these debates, not that our religion will not stand Investigation, but because they only serve to stir up strife and contention, This we do not want. We respect all religions, and we hope the people of Lethbridge will hear the true side of 'Mormon-, iem,' and then form their final con> elusions." ,.;�-. DEFENCE COMMITTEE OF CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TO( SUPPORT ESTIMATES , London, Jan. 29.-The defence commit tee of the London Chanwer of Commerce, will meet Friday next to discuss the naval situation and, their attitude towards the forthcoming estimates. � Lord Roberts, chairman of the committee, will preside. It is expected that a resolution will be moved' supporting Winston Churchill, and indicating the willingness, of  the citizens of London,to support any -increase-in .the navy estimates in this or following years,. considered necessary for the maintenance of supremacy sea. -.' � . � � v at RAISE RATE ON E London, Jan. 29.-According to.;the! Times, a movement has been, started: among the insurance companies!? an;d! the members of Lloyd's, to .Obtain;' higher rates of insurance^: on 'gold-shipments' across the Atlantic. ..-!-..' It will be- remembered that after the, loss ,rf the Titanic, rates were;rais(|dg but in the autumn, were allowed to fallback again. , ^ Much higher rates are' now.being-raid on gold, which Is sent frorn^Newy York-to.Argentine;;: Theipremiumsj^ fact, are nearly double those ac^ep^* ' 4 ed a year ago, and' very much larg&pi* ^ than those quoted for the voyaga'jb^ ^ tho United States. , ^, *4 What is the Population of the City: f mm If Lethbridge boaste. of 4300" people, who'are actually, employed, j in business and-industrial "pur-;-suits, in the city,: what visits ':pOfi-i ulation? ,.. j; - 'i _ Since the Dominion,' ah,d police census of ^19t1,,;?-W*8t^ifrtTv-'6ltf*B� haye been rather sljy Wh>nt&i}V''" ;,s"8/:, .'figures.': arei-'i me'htfonldjtln'aV^^1 ,;fc�thbrid8es'l�:'no;'iS>t^|S�f�i;^V^^ :;ever;, ;the!-^ctu.a| ^m^^^M ,out today-by D, J.  *--'^>.%kte}.r \cn.ar9erj.of.�>,the'.:-comp|l|l[ri new city directory,' If* there are 4300 names on,,the;?d]^,^* ,,Sp ...rectory this year,'an Inor.e^se^'lfe^.^l nearly one-third. This ;rnc|' Stafordville.-' In Lethbfidge\ Rftfefit .per, the number 1 ''4000. " / mm The list-of names' i^oluo^s c'hool 'C>lldre;> ^>W^&|y 33 8815 ;