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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TEN PACKS LeUibrhlge, Alberta. Tuesday, June 3, 1913 CENTS Number 14d .No Report ?.s to One For Albcrla-Mr. Buchanan's Query Ottaw.i, June were given by Mr. Crothecs, acting ininis- tir c-I the interior, to ceilam nucs- tions asked by Mr. iluchanau, Meili- tific Hat, concerning propo'std is in the homestead auii pre-emption Mr. Uuchaisan asVed. "lUa tlic inaitc an) changes in the rcgulalioas regarding pre-s [upturns If. 50, what are lliosr To this, a given: "No rhar.ge ot important been made in the regulations regarding pre-emp- tions .sonic minor changes luxe i.iadc by the departments ID its Jirai- lice." "If no changes have bcrti flbfceu1 Mr. Huchaiian, "has the gov- ernment uoiler consideration any charges in tlic regulations concern- the pajmcnts made on pre-ernptcJ homesteads To this tlio government answered ''So changes arc in contemjilatiun at the present Mr. Jiurhansn "Has the gotern- riie.it altered the homestead regula- tions to permit the homesteader, to serme a patent upon his homestead hy keeping upon his land a certain sf cattle or other To tins the government answered, MEDICINE HAT SUBWAYS Mcdklac Hat, Juno Hallway Commission, here to- day. Ltard arguaifiits regard- Ing the E u.b way cases of tho city and the C. It. regarding tearing eosl of same. Tfce dc- cision will bt> given later. 1IN IN HE WILL BE OPEN UNTIL 11 P. INSPECTION BY CITIZENS THE 1855 1913 HON. PRICE ELLISON AND HON. VI. R. ROSS WILL ADDRESS IRRIGATION CONVEN- TION "QUEEN TO OPEN TORONTO HOSPITAL Victoria. Jur.e The permanent Says Power is Now Being Sold to Road at Less Than Cost Sir lifchard SkB rrfd Itol a personal of Unds Row iJe, and tent mutation on for ,C b.lUroa at Icront the seventh annual contention of the association which tnttrs place this iinmtr at UoiUitidge. Messrs. Kllt- and accepted the invitation will address ti.e cowwtton on 6, while the premier assured that lie would, ii pos- also aftend. la answer to a further question by Mr. Buchanan as to whether the at- tention ol the government hat! hecu called to a petition from ceclatu far- incts TcsidiDg in. the dry telt to re- lease them irora the payment ol the regular fee of per acre for prc- cjnptions on. the ground that they did not mate expenses owin's to the 'drouth and. constant crop Failures (or the past years 'anrl hccausc one- r.uarler- section not 'enough lur This afternoon at four o'clock tb "Made-m-Canada" eibibltlon train a rhcd it> Mic city on Its second aimua tour of 'ho Canadian west, parkin for (he m'slii near the elation. When! the train reached Lctnbndse it hail completed about one-half of its CCOO mile trip, and will now commence on return lai> The train tbia year Is largor than and nol a citizen should miss it H. D. Scully, Eecrciar> Oanad- !au Home Market association is once more la charge, preceded the route by H. II. mack, of Toronto. AH along (he line the train lias visited by thousands of eager West- erners, desire to tee the i manufactured in Canadian factories. They expect to sec them manufactur- ed in tbe west some daj, and their visits are always made in a critical mood, Thirteen cars compose the train. Or these teu are filled vrlth exhibits from HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS, KING: GEORGE, IS TODAY CELEBRATING THE 48TH ANNIVERSARY OF HIS BIRTH dry ,I ed the at L answer- i had bcwi called "This matter is receiving the at- ention" 66' ike was dded. PRODUCTION Of-CROSVS NEST PASS'COAL CO. IS TO BE INCREASED Mr. Buchanan in Series Quest- ions got Declaration or Government Policy ut, Ottawa, June Iho Commons this 4 factories. .Five arc Toronto cars morniuK V. A. Buebauan, of Medl- four Montreal and .one Winnipeg, A ciiio Hat, inquired as lo (he truth of diner and two sleepert are attached various repn_c gentntlves travelling the exhibit. June The output of the Crous Xest 1'ass Coal' company in recent months has fallen off loOO ions a tJaj' lo (he coinpetitioa of California oil user! tor fuel on C.P.K. and iho Great N'orthcm rail- ways, according lo V.Has Uogers, Toronto, president of iSie big coal coipuration. The minrs in Iho Crows Xest Pass bo visited on homeward Itif. Mr. Rogers is not nlar Tried oter 'the displacemeut of .a coal California, oil, as he has been advised of tlis iccent (fend o! oil prices From 'Letbbridgo.thb JraiD Tiill go to Cardslon stopping at and Magr.Uh, making the trip tomorrow. After coming back to I.elhhridge it will proceed north. lo'Teliirn over the G. T. P. and Cr R..1o Winnliie where it will dlshaud ahotit' tht- on of June. The train will bo In the yards from four o'clock this afternoon until iu the morning. This'evening it-will remain open until nine o'clock'for vis- itors. Ono car is fitted up ivHh motion pictures or a very interesting and In- structive nature which is one oE the big drawing cards. Visit ihft train this evening and learn more about Canada, i A despatch from Taber says tho' "Made-in-Catiada" -'train thero at noon lo nearly" a thousand people, after which it left at for Lefhbrfilge, it via-art-ive 'hi four oVt'ocIr.. This morning sSs linnilred vUitcd Iho exhibition at How, Island, where there was a half holiday.' Ths train will bp.opsn to-thi peo- a slatement contained in a, despatch Irani Moose Jaw that for Saakatch at Moose Jaw and the" at Calgary. Hon, George if. Perley, actins min- ister of trafie and commerce, report had teen rocchcdi from -vtho gram cornwission interior be located at Moose Jaw and Saskatoon. No recommendation had >et -been, received as to where the first Viould in Alberta. He" as- sured Mr. Buchanan that tbe recom- mendation oE tbe grain, commission would he acted upon and that sites be purchased and tenders, call- ed lor the construction of tho eleva- tors at Moose Jaw and Saskatoon as soon as possible. Opposed to Subsidies On a motion to take UP t dicd to'be granted to railways in CONSERVATIVES CELEBRATE .-Vancouver, June and New held n picnic at the latter place tills after- noon and evening ir. celebration ol tho tenth anniversary of the Conser vat i ve parly ern raeii t in British Mchrirte and the Cabinet were pre- sent. c'nnfuJenl he the siluaiion pte of Lotbbridgc four, to anti from 7.15 to 11.00 The mov- ing picture exhibition, "r.hlcli has at- bu t, nc inc situation of 10.000 ins electorate. Sir vtttlinm i 'I tic slale of the p.irtiri h ihe tralb 3S 3G riuuhtful I. screen at (he feis- minutes before nine o'clock.' ACCEPTED CHUHOH TAXATION June Papal1 Nun- cio informed tlic Foreign minister to. day lliat the Vatican 'would.accept law, church METER READER GRABBED DOG HJT HtM AND HUBBY ALSO PLAYED ROLE .One- of the readers for th a >sell fuss with a couple boi'fi up connecting v Uuc'iiEnshain Palace is Elh the office of ihe Commercial Cable Co by means of which the sis- njl nlll bo IsMaDianeouBljr irar.puil'.ied to Toronto, )nccn in _, UOLU iu rerylhing Shaping Up for a in Three Weeks "False economic s'f i s the te rra ilajor liardie applies lo General Sup- rrintendent Reid's request th-rou he street railway committee for eduction in the cost of power to the street railway system from 2 cents per kllowaU hour to one actil one-half cents per K.W.SL Mayor Hardie will jave to be sho-sn before be gives his consent to the measure being tmt fn to effect. f During the first four mouths of 1313, the street rail v. ay system FAVOR WOMEN IN THE CHURCH COURTS had a s lady over a Spitz dogs. It icwns the dogs made a b'.isJnc-ssliJie grab at Ihe nieter reader anil tl.e of (he house ar- riied in time to gather the impres- sion that ibc was abusing the dogs slapped the meter reader with Hon. Mr. White's dirl not re.i'I the meter but w solution, J. H. B'irnham mndo'a eral protest against railway subsidies. "As far as 1 am personally concern- ?aid Mr. Burnham. "the tEmu has come ithen should cease granltng rai Iway snbsidlr s Tho railroad should build their own 'lines and if anything Js to be done it is to be rtor.o by Dominion. I firmly believe in that policy and hope, the day will soon conic there will be no more railway It's unlikely that parliament will vote many more subsidies for rail nays projected through the older 'settled districts When the subsidy for Hie from Port ell to London was straight to headquarters where Ihft husbar.il of (he lady liad headed him ofl. A word} followed anil the irate is said to made a rirhe with his right to the meter reader's jaw. the man who insulted my said the- citizen. "I am llir man who was "insulted by your sairt the meter read- er. "-You arc a miserable cur to ill-treat a itog in the ivjy you did, Mil it >ou rver do it I will cructfj '.he husband. Uhen toM bj Die nielcr readrr that action he taken against his tho electric department in the neigh- borhood of for j'Oiver .at the rate of two.cenlp. A reduction of 1.5 cents would mean a reduction in the of ab- out a or year, I'ower Is- supplied at the switch- boards per kilo watt hour, a very noticeable reduction over last due Held says to iDCreased efficiency of the plant since the installation of the machinery there to supply power to tho street Mayor Hardie still contends lhat power is 'not manufactured at the station at a ICES cost than JIM.per horse power per annum [or 12-hour 313 days in the year. Al two cents per hiloivait bour, the street. raiUay Is getting power at annum, twelve-hour Th plant, therelorc, the Major claims. U supplying at than cos cow, without considering a further re auction. Why' Discriminate Supt. Held and Uie members of tho street railway committee, on ilie oth er hand, claim that ihe street i is Entitled. to al least of. tbe ration Riven manufacturers.] The street railway gives employment' to flEly or shty mefc, and is, an Industry of Importance. Vi'iiv sbould it col gel the benefit ot cheap- er power rales? That is false economic-1, In eyes ot I tail (e. His attitude la that every utility sKould be put on its ovin rock bottom basis. If llic street railway loses Medicine. Hat, June Alberta ilethodiEt conferenca this morning wett on record in favor of asking general conference to v amend the laws of the church EO that all the- courts ol the church be open to rcpresenta- tlon by uomon. They voted al- FO in favor o[ the time limit ol the pastorate removed. C1 Ur. Rivers, of hethbrldge, Ras elected by tlio laymen of the conference lo Le delegate to the conference of tliejp.y- n.en's missionary movement oE the MethodlEt church iu To- ronto next fall. IIUlll I WIV ULUVICkl IU JLAJI1UUII j Jmdcr consldcralion, William (ifinnan eai- be kno-.iR as tbe InduEtrJal Very tew agricultural ex- hibits will bo sboHii here, as building will probably ba utillisd tot that purpose. But the industrial building will ba lull. Merchant secure in the guarantes may. tnako any Improvements they be protected for tbo same apaca Tor ihreo jeara, are eagerly taking up the various spaces which hate been re-arranged this' year. Uozeni at out- side concerns are asking for space, l not be granted uolil local concerns have mada their teloctjonB. Tto building will ba filled from floor to ceiling. There Is no doubt about that. Manager Jack has just announced tho special attractions which ivill ba put on dally by the Kline Hhows. They will gne five graod eland perfonrmn-. STRENL'fiUS FIGHT IN DORCHES- R BUT TRUE REMAINED GOUIN ces each and fiye In thep evening. These will bo the Flying ilrlcketts, acrobats; Luz Ortiz, the gliaK "girl; Homaiia. jOrtiz, slack wire artist'; upside down.' Zereldas; diving horses. The latter perform- "nnce Is one cl the" best ever "seen in.' tbe MiB3 Mamie Francis, show- Ing her two beautiful white horses "dtv- ing from a "great height into a tank of waler. Tho race meet is sbaptng up exceed- sb well. There are 11 races, In, which GO harness and at least thai number of runners, wilt be Etarters. The horse flesh in the entries will tia worth many thousands of dollars.. track Is In good shape and by beeping It BO for the fair, the management hopes to bo able to induce many, stables to train hero next winter. a year, and Iho electrical department makes profit a >car, let that be br.ovin. Then the alrcet rail'ay sys- tem 'will be run more economically in order lo ovorcome any loss, If possi- ble; Tvhtte the profii from the one can fie tTanslerrei3 at the end of the year to pay Iho deficit on the other. he Mayor believes In mating tin tramway pay cent against U, and will, therefore, oppose the reduc- tion In the price ot unless he can bo shown that power can be de- livered without loss at I 5 cents per ho'.ir al the swilchboard tn tho street railway substation. June one cl the hardest political contests that has taken place in the country for years Doichestcr remains in tlis Libfra column for the present legislature. For otcr a neck both parties made strenuous efforts to carry the seat. They sent sonic ot their best speak- rs in nuil alT business inust observe lialf The I tor any person provid-.s observe tlific holidays ami they be in every .instance. lo MINERS DEFEAT'STRIKE CobaH, Juno vote a.i to whether they should go on strike was defeated by the CobaH branch of tho western federation of Miners hatlnfi failed of a tcccssary Ihlrds majority. PACKING PLANT MEN ON STRIKE MUST HAVE EASY. MEANS OF AC- CESS IF RESORT IS TO BE- COME POPULAR Sioux City, low a, June bo stiike in the Cudahy packing pUnl here, spread lo the plant of Armour Co, today, five hundred men In the latter qyittlng notlc. Fifteen hundred are now in both plants, and both are shut down. The labor- ers arc demanding -0 cents an hour, and the butchers 30 cents an bo'.ir. COL8ORNE MAN WILL MAKE THIS CiTY CENTRE FOR ACTIVITIES Mr- ot Colhornr, Ontario, is" in iLr cily and has dcddrd lo es- tablish business here. He is exten- sively iitcreslcd in the apple tt nr.d is going lo male the distributine poiul for Ihis province and eastern Ti "C. Ilo will secure storage facilities and biing in Ihe finest Ontario apples. A couple, o other Ontario men arc. also lo Lethbiidge, ami chanecs loi Ihen coming ate excellent. AFRAID OF SUFFRAGETTES June EfiRom race course find Hie slanda. have been un; tier jioHcfi supervision some days, lo present outrages by militant .aut- GERMAN CRUISER REFLOATED Kiel, Germany, June Ge man armoured cruiser refloated today after having bt-c aground to tlit- norih of Ihe Islar of Komeo, In Ihe great belt betwce the .Baltic and the Cattegat morning. thfs season there is Art agJ'R- Ion on foot for better facilities for. eaching Ixikes, tbe "Banff t Southern Alberta. Witfj the hot eatber here, everjone is thinVlnK in erms of and'summer re. orU, and few know anything eflnlte about the many, are log lo go south for a lew 0 Investigate. Within tlie past, few th? ninton government, within wisosa 1 ark, the TiVttterton, Lakes lie. have' icen advertising lots on he lake front for rent it an Annual fee oC with thd> irivllegd of at the end, )f 1920. The lessee "Is required to ilaco on his lot within the first jear i summei cottage. Raso in is of the matters which should! now re- ceive attention, 'and .while nothing much may be accomplished this year, it Is hoped that before next summer, they '.111 bn within live hours' ride ol Iho clly. HE DID NO! 10Y London, June s chief Sir Henry Curtis nett, appointed, ati-i tuighf-i unl) n month ago, died with tfrtglc suddenness ivhilp' taViiig tta with his vifc and the lord major- He had hrcn siiilfrint; lalrlv angina -ilo -iCas'-H1 years old, _ ;