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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE T.T;TflB]^liDGE DAILY HERALD Page S V CITY m A GRANT TO HELP THE iXED FARMING CONVENTION Powder : kjt& superiority is unqikestioned Its use a protection and a guarantee against alum food The low-grade powders are made from "alum," or "sodivim aliuiiinum sulphate," which is also alum, a mineral, acid, which does not make the :,^fi)dd-^;h6<hful.:  � ; � � '.:fl:>;'-r>ln >the forginir of ,^6,000' worth � pt/fcheciues on' ;llie?W;.; T.>Parsons- Rail-' of ^ oonfederates'-'auccessfully cashed them at,a4ocal'*anlr.  f.;,,^,:C^ fiiiriiwon of- the' detective V";H'epa;^tnient, has,'gone to Calgary, to il "fcrlng -bacfc'theVp -v, ij Shortly after the forgery became 4rikno;wn,!-a-ilooali-expe'rjt penman who iri-jcjaiins � !i6> h^v^^ ,wrlttejii thc chegh "wthlch Blanc 'I's accused of forging, '':,.'np.�ttjed the'police ot,hI& part In the tHsi claims: tO;have been an in- During the .Investlgatlpn w:hlch followed,,It hecame-. HnpTOn;'? that'-a: "man answering > the j description...ti'fifBlanc had a rubber atkmp madeiin, this city bearing,, the :mark ''Eltzhugh', payroll accoun't.",: ___________� .v.:,. 4 In some manner 'the; m�n'concernect In the swindle had becomejcon-yersant with the. systeni- employ?,d;iby: the Parsons Company, .and knowing*, the 'day on which.the men were-paid'oft aev-erali confederates of;thevforgers stood' inHn%, ancl;'ca'shed� .fheir� �oheque^'^at the bank at the' aamd time,;:that 'the bona:flde'pay cheques:w�re.cashed:by regular employees of thev company. : Chas^. Relraers, aia learlyv'settler at Morse, was killed: byAtailing;;on':-. his head from, a'load:'oriflas:ii'ir'. Cruel Campaign of English Suffragettes is Meeting with Rough Reprisal. m 'lltV'Jmpbssible foncow Kave UieTifcKi:': m iullflaWrtofLowneyW^'' . ' r 'JLi:(,l) it is made of the finest-flavored, most cosidyrbocba beaiis bom the tropics-7r ' ||i � -/f^e Lownegst Ml 5fc Routine business was in tl]� ascendency af the city council meeting yesterday afternoon. The meeting was long and quiet and there was hardly a riffle of dissent, somewhat to the surprise of the aldermen themselves, who are-growing accustomed to weathering stormy sessions. Tlie rsport of tlie industrial committee which met on^ Saturday afternoon was received and adopted as a whole. The report provides tliat the clty^ shall adveTtlac for 10 days for an'^inditatrial commissioner; that all advertising now running in financial niagazines. be. changed to set forth the city's inducements to manufacturers and. authorizing tlie mayor and .T. B: Wllltie to proceed to tlie coast on an' industrial. prospect now well in ;hand.-. � The -'Alassey-Harrls Co, applied for permission to construct a spur to their new: property on 2nd av�nue. The city: solicitor will prepare a bylaw giving the necessary permission. John Gilmore applied, witlx others; for a sewep. fronting on 2nd avenue A north, ; . Fire Chief Hardy's regular monthly report was'received,: showing six iire cails'and'15 ambulance calls in February, He also intimated that hereafter avreguiar fire: inspection of all buildings" will toe made. .Money-or No Water . Stafford'�village will have to pay its full walier rate hereafter or go without water.-For the past three months they .have iJeen paying their water account,' al'ways,. deducting however, the salary of the village's watermas-ter, $60.,: The council has issued an l.ultimatum;: that' the whole account will hav^to be paid orthe water -will bo cut .off. '. i The Lethbridge'Aquatic Club wrote asking that the city put up a temporary clubhouse. for $450 or $500 The letter was referred to the Parks Committee. '  �; � ' Fire. Chief Hardr requests that, he-fore, the-^ woollen mill is occupied as a factory, a fir� escape be erected on the structure In.accordance with the; fire bylaw.;, The clt'jf; engineer will' be: asked to report: onj^jii^ matter. : , ; Pol ice;-Report -sThe chief'of police-submitted his monthly report forinkehruary showing 72.Vcases-for the;month. otf-JfCS?- was report-,ied;^$420'worth ha^-iiigr-be^n recovered. The.'* chiefs also askefl'for:" an electric patrol ' wajgon, and three "new men "wlth :a-sergeant, to take*' care of the :,ad'(ied:'area, when; the new 'city limits, :arg,vput.,throughi He-also suggests* :tha^^>a..rNoi' 2 poiioi"station' In North, iiethibrldge-is a necessity. ''^:The re-po-rf-. was referred to 1;he; lilcense' and Polled: Committee. �:';:�: !*(5;Ai;^Roimd.Robln'' was submitted by ilbevrempldyeies of the'icity stables department. They,ask for an ilhcrease l^.'rfpajri'froin $2.30 to $2.75,''; per day, aniitphalf,'holiday on Saturday; Some What You Wear Proclaims What You Are opposition W33 voiced when this was read, but no action wa& taken other than to refer the matter to the Works and Property Committee. The Brotherhood of Carpenters submitted their wage schedule, showing a minimum wage of BOc per hour, 8 hour day. The letter was tabled, how-ever to await similar schedules from other trades unions in tlio city, and all will he dealt with at the same time. Want Ciicaper Cement The Union of Canadian .Municlpali ties is not satisfied with the price. o[ ct mont. It is admitted that cities and towns use as much cement a� any other corporations, and for this reason the Union believes it should make its voice heard. The. council yesterday dealt with a letter irom the office of the association in Montreal stating that they were petitioning the government to change the present specific duty on cfinient to ad valorem duty. This would decrease the price considerably. The letter was filed without any action being tak�n. Ice 0. K. It was stated In the Herald some time ago that this year's ice cut had not been inspected, although the health board bad intended to do so. This was evidently an error, for yesterday Dr. DeVeber wrote the couu-cil stating that he had inspected the ice put up by the Western Transfer three different times before leaving for the east, and.iiad found it to be of excellent quality, the .best ever harvested in the oity^ In connection with the request for financial aid made by the promoters of the Mixed Farming. Convention here on April 16 and 16, there was some discussion before the council finally granted $200'yto defray the expenses of the convention. Strings were attached to the grant, however, tor the promoters will'have to raise the other $400 necessary before the city will pay pver its share. Aid. Williamson was against, the principle of making such grants, but Aid. Aird, SMieith and McNabi) thought'the city should lose no opportunity to make the conference a success, which will redound to the henefit of both the'farmers and the city. There was somei discussion over the report' of the' Works and Property Committee, especially that clause dealing with the new subdivision being Q MBde^o-measure clothes pat you at eaae-give confidence to you and bring it from others. Q Male Attire Clothes are not "man-ufaclured," butmouldetl and mcdeied expressly for you. ^Wby not have q All the newest Worsteds and Tweeds for yrmr sdectioiu $15 to $35 A- iWlUSTiSAREmLSOWOATSAI mOY IN THE HENDERSON SIGHT . To have an industrial policy cut and dried has its advantages, and the city council Is beginning to find them out. Within the next two or three weeks the mayor and either some of the aldermen or a citizen or two 'will make a couple of trips, which are more than likely to be productive o� good results. One will be Winnipeg-ward and theiother to the coast. If the Winnipeg trip is successful 'lb: will mean that .the farmers of South-. ern Alberta will have another avenue opened for the produce of their mixed .farms. Hon. A. J; McLean, pro-: vlncial secretary, .was in the city yesterday and: promised to 16nd his .aid in "this, prospecti and IjelieVfeBithfe; trip, win meet with supceas,.'Th�' Board; of Trade has. had the jirospeot in hand for a year. : i." The coasi; trip is also in connection with a prospect considered last.'yeaT by the Board of Trade and -will probably mean the establlshnient . of ..a Lethbridge has the municipal own-  ership craze. The latest Innovation. , is a farm at Henderson Park. , � :. : :: During the Dry Farming Congress last 'tall the exhibitors of, farm ma- .: chinery kindly tor.6 up some 00 or 100 acres ot good virgin Alherts; sott,!*:; within the park gates. What'to .dov'i; with it was the question until yes-.:'.; terday. when. Aid, Aird, who has.done; v' some farming in his career, suggested vi that the city farm it. He was .taken :;? at his word and appointed ,ifarmlngiio; director. No salary is: attaohed"..,toJUi the;'position. >" - ; The-farm �will have to: be culti'^i.tM^i this year to keep: tlie weeds :iwlthittf;; bounds, S0:,it.';ls: likely.:tha():sFarmlng?ir -^^^ll \'P.(3) the-beans from different lo'cdities are i/cornbihediin the right'propi>rtion8.to m^e av \ ac^ording'to thb receipe below) you know how . London,.v March 3.-Public anger, with the sultragettes led. to furtjier. .reprisals, today. Attempts to hold meetings in Hyde Park, and. on \Vimi I blcdon comm on were attended hy dis* orderly .scenes; Neither Mrs. Drlint. irrond, or any of her seven compaii^: ions could obtain, a hearing in Hyd^^ Parkj: where 'ai crowd. o� 8000 hdote'S;; and chesred ironically, danced, waved; sticks .and;, greeted the speakers 'wltli; cries o�;,5'you: ought'to be tarre^'ahd! feathered,":; and :similar.:, taunts.''- ;':',The nK)b tried: to rush the: wagon � m , :which the:; suBragettes were staridipg; but the police: reinforcements afriveil' and protected it., .  -j, The women"" abandoned their feRorts to make speeches,' but  endeavoreji^lpt-,. some time tovreply .to the derisive'rcsf^ I marks of ilihe crowdi Pieces j of >� ^tuiR were; then: thrown ::,at- ,tlie ,'speakei;s,� isom'o': of. whom were ^ struck: . sevexal; .times in: the face.r Mrs. .Drumnaondls': hat:, yras 'disarranged ;; by a walking stick .which became .entangled, in' her .hair, - and: another, suftragette had':.� fierce : light with a. male member,, her audience,, who tried to get ^mtd'......- ... the -wagon. ;ThiS woman,later InjVired: BRLENDID' RESULTS AT SALVA her wrist in a tug ot w'ar for .the.......riON ARIVIY MAKING 16 FOR ' possession ot the .speotaitor's stick.'wj - ' yy^^o WEEKS' :;;'By:entualIjr the: women'wereVescor^. ;'e'd>Ii:om'':the'.piark'hy/'th^ , , 'At; th^ � Wimbledon meeting-thc* di's'-: _&hcfe the opening it the new cita-were even more serious About :de :ifhe,w,6rk ot the Salvation Army, _ - , ml.^. ,,-,'',i,lA ,,,,iTi J ordered that' the city engineer interview Mr. Sage.wlthi a. view to finding out whether he wohld not face, the lots on iytli; sir6et Instead of making an avenue-, east' and^west through it. This is',to ,make -it^-conform with -the other streets In that; pari; of .the, city.' >� fhree' Ibcar (injprbvement > bylaws; for; raising; th^:!ratepayers' portion of, the^moiieyTexpe'nded last year on local improvenaonte, Nos. 21, 22': and.-:24,: were passed; �: ' : -.vj'.. w'hen "thev mounted the plat{or'm,;an�t ^1 I attemptedrJo address-a crpwdof spnw' 'meStihgs'fhave been ver}r;^helpful. In' 5,000. The apioar soon ,hegan. The 'gijn^ay's holiness meeting. Captain crowd tooted, motor, horns, dischati6'r;:j5giitt^^^ of. his.?; spiritual ad- ed. chemicals.and sang: 3onss;'i;thpii',tar||8^^^^ text, "I.fam;crucified the :grcatvmass of..: people;:.began.i\t'ft'!T The service in sway dangerouslytoward! the-iplatej jt^^ :form'i::and;''rushes*:were.^:ni'ade.::i;:C:T?oKiby;^ and Mr�.::::?Hdsaine; some 'timcitho i^wlice::heUL'the, xr,owd;^MrS^'OTutte^led the afternoon,',praise InJcheck, but finally the crowd brofee' $r|etlng;'!''ftt the night servlceV'shlirt* tlie-cordon and stormed the plai>^ gddreStfes;'w'^re Siven'by Mi^s. Tullock fornii',:;afterwards;puUing, ;it'tovpieooSiiib^^ who along .with Ensign :.A flagstaH 10 feet-high, was .,-torn:Andrews' is resting at the:,home of down, hut'one woman succecrtcdvin .gfe'c't.' J; Tuff.. � E. Tullock .and H. rescuing the . sufSraget.tes'....., .co&rsr .fiawsbii" also spoke a t^Jla&ii^^FSi whiclj were flying at the top. Wheh^iy,.f,,, lice; :succe?4ed. �.: jpVping::a.:.way^ JtW^ :.thefisun^fts4fijs|s|�^sd:feo^ j^i?Snf?lS5dfe:td'.Baiidmd;B^ mm0 edge .of the;-cpntii)on, :to."..whloh: ctbey;. iTJhw^iSundajasohooi: worjtllfeitfdviaucingi; ;il.TOpl6's*/l.^a''der, Mrs, Sl_arks;^glves '^aV 5�SJ�.g^.�^i1'^*-:�;^;4^::::�i;��^�^ city to use the refuse of the beet sugar factory at Raymond.; Railway matters are also receiving the attention of the indu6trial committee of the council. ' ^ ABNER BROWN is' oeAD Toronto," March 1.-^AbneV Browh,-former proprietor of tli6-St.^ Charles Hotel, Is dead; aged 73. ' , ALL RECORDS SMASHED . .-- All reoords for the number [>> i ^ V of motions passed at a city .i* ^ ? ^ajr^ yesterday,-when a'total -of 5G w6nt' iil,to tie secretar:^'sf'V hi;ti"on-inftlie: D^rqom^y;^^- eon^slder^it ae.r^?^�;^�^J,tj.O}^�t)K, m....._..... in MhK MUCU OLuiu A tM9. aay schools 'M'prummbnd, the ^llltanf tufti i 'SKhbV'tbe 'ponce bad^ad loscuf iSn'^'o^YoylBh^TlaylUlno 4 , , � 1913^ There isn't-a'Gas Engine m.Le'thbriAge--toda3^. . yca,rs from now, in - . -i-' � I 1 9 18 ^ Ooai, Oil, Wood, Peat and oth^r fuels have to be bnrned , and steam raised.; Water has^to be-ooiLverted into.-Eleo-p , ; tricity; Gas qan bo delivered,,anywl^er^ and po^ver-qm./. � . be deyeloped djreotly by the explosive^loroe oi Gas on.the ^^.^^t piston. ' ' ' ' ' . :  , Gas is the ebeapest .Power on earth. Irt this Gity, it aan � be developed at ^15.00 per horse i^o^yer, or less lor the; or-_____t,i,-A^.rc tiio -imflt � This includes ALL tn' Power is being produced at-that pri( ^Engines today, and.mannfactuHM> -U (�� � i^jna:ines loc ay, uiii.i.,+uciju.u.j.wy�tvaw-.^ o . , ..^vk ' sSl ga^ engine, in this Qity on tou.liii';'plish'this. ^ ' . r . ' ^ ^ :i(^s. l^lriii #h#apest Power Vi Lethbridge,. 01 ?801 ;