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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TWELVE PAGES BIG mm m and dismt � NCITY ,1' Clerks Payin'^ 0]it Thousands With Plelsarit Smile on Th�r Faces �-'i .^lontrealr*QU*,";iJli'roh "5.-With a "'TUDh.'of dens^lyibaofred humanity, thfe , run .on tha-ft^ltS' 'aW'iDIstrlct ,Bank, J4i'*4iHoon'started^agalniiwUb'jren*wed force �wJien-theot)ank'alici ittf tWi'teeri branch  : � es :-terb_U4r^but'i-ilie;'''plty, opened ita doors(''-Chifl*,''mbr4lTig.; An array o� . clerkB, wHliMjaiJlcWnB piled high In \ front b� tfieni^. met;; the advancing ' , avaknobfl:'vwJ|thsS,*millfijg faces, count-� .ed 6e niost exciting .' scenes 'of .ail yf�i ; :PpIIOeniefnJfiJUght^^^ 'back, tbe doors -weffl-olosed for'a time, and ;, re?tolteniefit5re'lgned-hrgh. Wien .quiet was restored, t&e orqwds wer* let 'in ' by InstalmeSltsi'^ tq^ay the rUn oU' the head, office of the bank :hadudWl;idl�d down -ijerceptibly. The slghV ^of  the bank directors Inviting thepeOiOe .In with smiling faces, and of the jjaylng-tellers, handing out thou-sana.i dollar till^ with complacence, V , vista)5jp8*Gd^;^h� iijanlov^strlckeni oro^rd, ..; ahd �;hundred8'',:vv{ent to other wickets i :^ad;:j;efiiepoBfted'?^tIfelj* accounts. ^ ' - "Jt ,ls_abBol\i!tely'^^i^Beless, this run," V ".V � m,Uflt:^'lJay|th*ni;f|Ejig/;^e\wilipay .thBBi � trict*-b�n_ ...4indrS&-airig.� ^ssaty:". "^"'Bankv* manager^ Un '.the,,bank), TKu V, iVferedrth,' IjeWal; mariagef of the V, Blink ol Mdntre(al,y;diBCUred - the con-: � widftton oE/; the* yrty'^^d:. pistrict" SaW : lng8';banIciiis(.sWh�!^ Cdll.the pre;Sent'run senseless andun-: justifiable,, This oplhloris ieven more ^, strongly .ejcpressod -by;,' General Man-� agers; WalHatA a^id Hebden of the; Mer-A'f .chants?'a^d^Baiifc ;6r .Commerce re-' Sjgectlvely) ,^cJ ararihing did fhe panip becotne, today that Mayor Lavalle �jOiniftdt{i^rt^em.to ba quiet, HERRl'cK HAS RESIGNED Paris, M:arch,^fi.-Myron T. Herrick, X?nit�iiJ'iSta,tesia$V''?'*^�' ^'^i^^^^' loll9Wlngitb^'>)i4ftai!{custom of Amerl- ALFALFA FED mOTTON P. McPhee, the Swift Go.'a buyer In Southern Alberta, was out at the' Experimental �Farm, yesterday, Jooklng a11he. flock of threfe hundred sheep being fed there lOn-alfalfa r_a> tlons. . He sajs -they -are^ one of the finest mutton iflooks-In the country, andymad� a very tempting offer- for ;th6 >whole lot. The dealr'however; 'has not yet been closed. A dozen head of beef; cattle are also tielrigfed this ipylnter as an experiment' at the Farm, and will l}e ready for-maikipt shortly, \ Peculiar Case l^eported.from Doncaster, England^rUsed Necktie foir'NodfSe London, March 5i-A: finc tnuscular young, fellow, "fond Of], life," as bis^ grieving mottter describes him./com-mltted suicide in hisj^sleep.'ls the remarkable case being" imported from DoncastehT'" f.TheXi^' ,>yteljad;lbepjftif JoUy;*-:^^ , tf In ..-his ,i bedtodM^'i^'nli^j3s�t^ .^1 spm* t|rrMe,^;djje8m^.^j^ rBllH'ttatf|^a?aol^^]ffl"^'4wi'l*| � Perhaps,-'.fee ..aorakditqa^lati^ lease .himselfififom tge^it^ted"QlofH; that .choked out hls"lIfe!,rjf^h&AjBtnig? gled, his mother, sleej)lri^ fieapJjyV wAs' not ;.iawakened^ :Whe;n^.8he.> Weijt. to arouse hlm,in4he' moiTilng.i she..found �him dead. She 'toldi .thi:/^iithorltlea that: otte.:nIght In ,hl6r.'8lefep)'sli6r feon carried .all^.the furniture"fyomi the .bedroomInto: the gai-denj'v- -^heh 'ihe awoke hipi ^ � he''?waa**p."niazea flo'ifitid^ what he; had' done. , Medloali .ev^ Bhowed; that.'{a':sle,^Mr;^^^^ to himself; 'bommlifTa, -cT,lB\e;J4gaYnBt another, than:ShimBelfife.Th�.,.^aSfti%^^ cited ;0i\;\a;;3ifelong.?^B0jn^ajnib,uli5t^^^ WfasMngton^.LD.C,; (3nfe>:;hightv^ he dreainerf.a burglar S/p^^p^HIBf^^ e arose In his sleep,/g^t his pistol, 8bot->and killedJ-'hIs^,w'lfej ? aS'^sh^' a.uitYfvJlil�4i.u�5.^>��^M,w.ir^^w-"-" ^- -------- VIA p, w*^ WW*'"'*"'""'"----'--- Bont his reslghation to-President-Wil--Boh.r^*he,Frei{5r>^^relgn oface Jiaa^ ^on^-not ijBcejY,edi>iajny,lii5i\^ry as-to .the ao-o^pt�il>llit:!fcbf a Buocefisor. and no naifae hos^'beein de'fliliteix'yeatloned in' con-nepfion>w)tte't^e'^ds,t|, ,^ wit MODERATOR Ctnggton P^-esby- COLLIDED IN BLIZZARD-'S^Ji Winnipeg, 'March]^''*^.-pufing-' ttje 4?ifl.t raced' at blinding 8now�torini^''lhat. raged;; at Morris, M8n.,'last.e�p;ng,> a-G.^W ^. freight tiraln crasbe'a,;\ntp -^.Northern Pacific freight.' wre^klAg tbcttlL trains and injuring two of Ihe^firew so,"badly they had to be;rllBhe)d:,''to,WIHlpeg Lethbridge, AlbMa. Wednesday, March 5,1913 PRICE-FIVE CENTS Nvimlber 71 President Wilson Announces His: Cabinet ' Washington, March 5.-President Wilson sent the "names of his cabinet lo the 'Senate t.?day for oonflraaatlon, which wer^aB follows). . iSecretary of State-William Jennings Bryan, of NelJM�ka. . Secretary of the Treasury-William G.McA.ddo,N^?yorki , fleerfetary of War-Lindley M. Garrison; ot; New Jejrwy. 'Attorney-General-Representative James MoR?fynDl'(|s>of Tennessee, Secretary of Navy-Josephns Daniels, of North Gar^ltna, Secretary of Interior-Franklin K. Lane, of Callfoi'nJ4s.v Secretary of Commerce-Representative Wm, C. .Kedfldld, New York. Secretary of Labor-aepresentative Wm. R �Wilsqn.iPennsylvania, Postmaster-General-Representative Albert.Burleson, of Texas, Hon. Malcolm McKenzie, Provincial Treasurer, Tables Public Accounts for the Year DEFECTIVE FUSE  CAUSED HAVOC 4 SefgeJitifc-Jc^tih Ryari,'' one^ of thajleSt^, kn5>^.n;jY*twa'nB .bf^the'district, attci -a; ' battiVs'^&rrfd: wfewlbr of the BrlUah Urn�M|,'rf�,M4 -i-'-'fifr ' -v' Mr.rtlyan'f;',vi'ho,wa8 a native o! Ire-laridiiwas^Se-yQsrB^ot age.-and had-been faillpg'jfor,-* some ^tlme, and the 'end bamjs'peapftullyr V -"'ifr- ' tv'.-;- "MrJ.Ryan';ha3 a, aMrring. life; *^e; fh> was.aTjn'ember V t^e famous .60th, sf;%,fiicfe.:s'4i^d''' with" Havelook thfoi'OjiKjPtjffi'^ Indian 'mutiny;.'and he '-^ uwas �'J�atf^ kllaoAeh of the ,flerceBt Others of the more.'delicate ^''flo,w.erB, which fl"" not suj^ppsej; t.o~.flourish' In this climate,, His. "vegetables, wer^ Invariably priz^-wlnn9rst-'-�|l)^ i?as 'a quiet.- kindly "did mS'Sj^whV HkTsd to talk about the garW-and'''flower�f, but' very seldom ,rofOTi�d*;to;hJs military life ' ,4^^^ v'oeme�:?ry, ^ine IpalWi^ar^rs wllUbe- l^upt:;i^yi;o^^e,' of tho^R^ N;�V. M.^P.,l,:j?%i9lc?3ana"ghe?, Forster,BrQwp,>~'-""^"--^*'-""-Bry>n and T.(6|x9!?; two.da\ighter( ,>i;^ol�od,/aiid%^^r||^v^ I b,iil-^'V^iik&Smi\M9'/^^V " - -lOhfirles ana W,.Jf, ot MwleSf^afl^'q. I WqV-tJijn^ijV'tp.ihc hour ot liltfl\\ Rjan, o[ ilic ClvU ^erUoflj:ptiiwft.i .Edmonton, March i. -Public accounts for the year 1912 were tabled in the legislature'today by Hon, Mal-colm McKenaic, provincial treasurer. They showed � surplus on geijferal revenue account of $66,123.04, and on telephone account of $77,'128.18, making a total surplus at December 31st, 1912,~oM43, 551.22. The total . re-Cfeipts approached three and a hall millions. Nearly all the provincial sources of revenue showed a large increase as con�pared with the cot-responding items last year. The iot-lowing is a.summary of- receipts and expenditures for the. year : .Dominion of Canada, $1,'195,843.86. -Department o! Provincial Treasurer, 120,684.84. Department of Provincial Secretary �and Registrar joint stock companies, 5281,376.39, , ^.ttorney .. General's, ; Department, $976,585.58. Department: of Public Works, $154,- 325.05.- : � vj .'. ;� ;.: -....S Municipal" Department, $2e4,e75.'ll,' Agriculture, Department, $143,894.- 73,, �: ^' � �-�.���'>; ' Education .Department, $4,037'.00i; ; Le^slativev,Assembly;, ,$i^�13.OOU-Executive Council, $200.00, G;b^tMnmBniffPJfiiitdr;?J$8i938;5 � Miscellaheousij?$6,t47.38i � r f Total; js'.asr.o 19 ;S9. ; r: : ^ : Expenditures . Public: 'debt, ,$3205667il4.'.r : .Civil Government; $243,095.62. , Legislation," .$83jfl48.30/' ', .r � ; ' Administration'! of Justicef $508,--970.95. ,�;,::,,���,:,>�:'.. ':-ir. � ^.'A'^ ; Public Works;-$480vi65.79. ' ;V ? Education, $600^789.54, ' )-" . Agricultural"and Statistics, $330,-; 074.32J:''' � � � � .Hospital Charitiesand; Pui)# Healtll, $128,189.98. . ..'..... Pri'soners and .Insane; $151,757..lii I Miscellaneous; $435,814.08, ; Remissions, $4,023' 15. ^ Surplus December 31st, 1912, $66, 123.04. . . TotaLexpenditures,. $3,359,619:35,; ..The. Telephone System.;.; : V , Telephone receipts, $680y781.90tor 'Spain t/WiHtaA: Chui^dh. OBljWhor Hefiry. Morganvfaauj for ybrinany'tir,'I!urkey, ajnd F^^de-' A^len,; '�|oK^^^wlt?erland^:,ai^e Los Angeles, 'Caflf., March 5.-The Santa Fee Railroa(^cceived a call for help today fr6m.>^enubtock, where a premature' exploit �;6E;.them* fatally. A defective fuse caused.the explosion. LEGISIAHON FOR FAlEliS, BUSINESS IN E lOllERS OF THE PRiN l/L pari in oram trade MUST KEEP STOCK NOT CARRIED IN THE COUNTRY TOWN STORES . Mr. E. Ui Rylands informed the Herald this-morning that the Board of Tra�de were: endeavoring to make Lethbridge the very centre of business for the sutroundmg country. With this in view- several stops toward improvement' have already been brought about, the change m service on the Carmangay line being one, and the contemplated change m the Coutts branch being another. By this means ;the people in o.utlying districts will be able to come here for their merchandise, making the complete trip in' one day. It is up to the merchants .now to carry everything that the people from the country want, so that they, will go homo and tell- their neighbors about it. When the Radial railway,- and the Packing Plantj, and a few.;more enterprises are; under way, tlie sidewalks will have to-be widened to accommodate the throng. WELL ORGANIZED In Relays of "lienties They Succeed Eacl*|)ther With " larity  " PrOmpiK .Olit,awa;,.'.Ont,," Mar^4i^ho'^ gtiro.; I'struggle  in-*the -' Hrf�i?e of-^Commons over, .thfe- government''s;navnlvpEopos-ials;.is.- still going otti without-any itt^ idioationot- weakening. on Bither - sidei iiThe.'opposition shilts-''ot"twenty, men 'kee^,"^'replacing one another j.with the rfgi|ilatity'. of clock-work. When one speaker/, is-,; through another is,. all jready^v'tpi-Jtake/. Jhis place, and the 'ceaselegs--discusslon of. the, :bill Roes .'on..,-witliout anything to suggest that jtlieJttienibers are tiding-ol the game, 'i lilThe.:-bask of the ministerial mem-libers-?4s'^ perhaps not such ,'3 pleasant liohe.-because they have tO' sit for long lihburs listening to criticism o! the tm^6aurei:t() which theyi cannot- roply iWttfio.uti ai'iling the designs of the op-^pc\sititihf but they- are istlolging as 'cheerful.|,)r..to- the task flrs could'be ex-I^eqjieiijiunder the circumstances,� !. .liDuting' tile early morning, hours un-iti-l;-flv6-jo'dlock' the "debate ,ran along isiiidothiy, and a breei5e.';0f (�consider-able dijnensions blew .up: Wvti.F. Kay; : of;*Mi^siqupii spoke: from - one to two �o'olock,iln jjupport of :the liaurier nav--; ;al5];�rop6sals, and was followed by .01 iTjifrgefln;:cif Gloucester, N. B., cyne of Ittlibi'.long-.distance orators;; of . the ihousoii'fwhp.kept up-the.?talk for a coui>le :ot hours. � . �','�.,;'>!'',';Dti-�Bcland, of Beauce, one of , the , brljsh'test -^ebaters to the left '-oi the; ^peaker;,''j-f,ollowcd � and ^succeeded in li.-^^in^;!iri:atters up a,'bit. His stalt*-iroentsVdrfey interruptions from Hon. !5jfe,sD.'!iMzeni. Maoori Curry,,^'Kv- Bi iAnios J apd^/others with - the^tiesult .tha^i ithejcej'waSi'some rapid:cross-firing and ;jj^ughter,c on both sides of.the houseiv (Continued on-;page 7) St'-- WILLINGIOSELL WILL HOLD HISMINE FOR CITY- ''^'plifCE IS REGARDED AS BE-��- , ' IN6 HIGH U iiie:ii{!'a;lpity;rM?ciij:;%]?g|id4A^ Huerta'today-lrelegraph�d'f�licit(ltlo A'PreBldeAWIUon. ' ' ^ ' ' Vesierday afternoon ^a^. Ashorott, owner''of thq Pioneer Mine across the 'rivei;"ffora the city mine,:,>as incon-ferenoQ With 'Mayor ilardie with re-'gai;di.to^tihB proposed,puroliaso of th^ ;Bi6n^rCbvi the city,, Ex,rAld. Ash-, !&oUi has but his holdings at a rather* Jilgh^fiigure and for the ,tirae being iVuSvnot'.lffeely that .anything'will bo doAfe'/^-'iJust what"'chance-'there is 6�' .thetsity obtaining-a4eas6, on thppoal fladtAndef the c/ty still ln^.th9 "hands ppQars as if-it wo\iId:,be un.-, rpft-states that he'hjis.hact' �>!i'for'-hi'� milne blnci. till li&m bu\ ,11, One Wilp j, m^he ifiluaes to |w| 0 citK %J RICHARDSON RE-INSTALLED; London, March G,r-The threatened "universal; strike oiithe railroad systems" throughout the British Isles was averted! toda^rby the. Railway Work-: era' .Unions, acceptance of the offer of the/a^iidlana- 'Railway company to rer insfSte,, iGonafict&;ff;Vlil!ihtrdson: ^:.- i Hls'-diismissftLif(Jr.;{r.6Bu8ing ..to, violate the: written"ixegulatioiiisi of 'Ihe coip-pany ot hl8 sforemaii's ord^r, biWught ab'dut the crisis;' , 1 t: has right idea WILL GO IN EXTEN'SIVELY FOR 8fdCK--WILL ^EED ALL HE GROWS ' Sifton Government Advanced Seven Important Public Bills Yesterday, Including Farmers Elevators, Machine^ Note Act, Bulk Sales Act, and Protection on Building Construction LETHBRIDGE CHARTER NOT IN TYPE Bill Consequently Awaits Printers' Pleasure - Chinook Railway and City Radial Bills Advanced-Four Railways folf (Southern Alberta Provided in a New-Bill -Mr. Ji T.:Henninger,.of Welling, ar-1 rived ill town this morning from Calgary.. Mr. Henninger recently � madol a trip .lb thei'southern States, and upon his. returit:waS; more impressed; than. e,v;er j; om the oppor turn ties ,.. and' .prospects' of'Alberta. He said-vthat the farmerdthere eo'uld easily pake- �; ;dlvidend;;of/.25 per cent; as against:-a; '5' pericent; net'proflt of the Missouri and ICansas larmer; -But in order to: do jthis,' mixed', farining must be. practised, , :'" '� ' Mr. Henninger-'. is, raising only 75 -acres of? whe�it-:this.."year,-. the,,:,:ie-maiiidei:.,ofthis :extfinslve f^rni to -^be sown to oiits, barley and alfalfa.vHe e-vpects io have some 1800 tons of the^ latter product, and will'use .this .together-.with,:;the^ -oats *'aad bb.rley'ins a balancedi-ratlon.'for.'hisihogs;: sheep and cafiNi'ApRESTE&., > . ��\-:^r*S-^,li%f',t,L - -, ,^JIaoKQ'd)\\M%h'jjr.-Tlhe^. 4aath., of 'i^ngleflltdejvitja^ at. WrltUig- ;OnTaeQ0qfeBlQ era:i by'. Implement .agent9'|atijthe,:i'tlmej they are effecting a sale*'of *ina6l}|nli'yj^''r Both these: acts; have be'ent'^eHij^ndedi .by the farmers of: the tiprpj>flqo^:e>|lv|' Bulk Sales Aot . ,TheBulk;Sales Act iVkiiltOdiioe^^^ the requesi- of wholesale'and-'rotail traders of the province". It, i;s'd8Slen-, :ed'. tov. glye>:protectlon:'aga^n"at!^ioB8;^^^^^^ creditors by reason of 'unscrupulous 'dealers. dl8posing.,ofthMrt"stoclc'�be"ld:i one* credit,:: 'without �m'jyclngsa^rapgj^-:' mentg to meet his oredlt9r8.^',It;maH^^' :the person buylngi.stoc^JiVIn/bul^i sponsible for the d6bt8'{otUhe'''vendqr-j In the past It haa beenTnQs'slble'f0'/�: men :to,get a large-stoo'kvpn.'orB'd'lb/andl half Its cost and the wholesaler would-have no remedy. An act respecting persona employed , on the conatrucUon of buildings and excavtions ha boaen a plank In the platform of labor unions for Bom� tlm�: and the act Is Introduced directly at the request of the Alberta Federatioiij of Labor, Town Planning Bin L. M. Roberts, of High Rlvw, Is tato ing charge of the Town Planning Aot| which la supported by the Town 'Plan-, ning aBSOcIatlon,: ana. which I'glveai considerable powers to towns, cltlaa ; and other munlclpallttefij .In- x'egard r to town schemes. , r � >.-�.' A numbee of bills were-reaSfth^;-^thlrd time and passefl. The tfrBt'Bill to receive the assent of the- House., was an act to Incorporaite th�;Iiadyv Mlnto Cottage Hospital at Islay, �whibh;' was in the hands lofPremlei; Stttoni; 'A. McDonaW-^po ILtd," and has baen doing so for',tln?^^,->-,-i,^.^ jRps't iwo .months. The British ColnmSf' ma.'-concerns, however, were noi);' 'ir*^,^! eluded in the'sale*,  ' ' ';>*k,'''i'Wp it Is roportedvftom the east Yi\thaf>: th? Dominion Canners .are now %^fqt:'-t/r^ port before adoption , j ^ : The subway--fplanS";:.'stovrJ'pr'^^t'sl6|| for- four tracks; two of;fwhiph'W*l;ll'be:> built this summer ,i:acootdlngi to -�. the statetnent made: by*SUp'|i'#jifce(''4'li^^^^ here to confer With '^lie^iCouncH fou the matter. The. Ifevols'taljSO .''sKow\^ s; .feet, 6-'inohes .or>iji:...-'""'*'>-*'�~v��V.,.J+.Vift, present levels^.of^ the St., and- -f^ IVCr. Ball" to' consider, \ I" J fhe'company is desirous of having' " the -agreement-signed without ^delay,". "thpirrepresentative, asking 1! he ;, 'could fhave it by-lour o'clock .this at?/ V INN IP?c STREET CAR ,9URNi| KTwinnipeg, Man.,'' mtcb "Z:^ ''�'"'"' vtb"e-fuBfng^'.ol,'jyireS in'* ^ptfif" thle^mptpman*^ flames broke out in Wlnijil^eg .ar No. 'so,, ate ten thirty m, V Inc cliriifi nf Logan, StiEp:p�iiei> jn.ni'lcs thu5 l^p t...mp.iii-. and Main stni.jt:,, ^hougli JsfelWet- l-ili tm ci,!.lf,,ijt piQi. Lt, o'l.iiuo in,-ciiUedjdn^. Maiffiip i' the luilri'orti was