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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta It f *v .f VOLtJME/V:)[. THREE fNDKEO : IBEB pectoiiAinsworth Announces AmbiHousJBrogram for 1913--)ylll Complete Roads Started Last Year and ^ Undertake Lot of New Work ^ Lethbridg:e, Albegta.^Thursday, March 6,1913 PRICE-FIVE CENTS Number 72 :o*6a^':will^be.jbU}li*^^ Lethbrldge roaa,4(BtMct(o!,4ovUiern Alberta this To the w^st of tUe^Lethbridge disl-MctJtAe njRln trujik road which is to  forjp-a^iflftrtvoivthe Katlonal Highway .wiu'be complele'dln^he Maoleod dlat- trlo^' ifroitt Klpp^ to dvow'e Nost. To r-. tlie' east ti>e} Medloine Hat road dtst-. rJct^wntlVqltiplote' t5ie link botweea -' Bow IsWnd ,'and (Seven Persona. From �-aevon',i�I=!er80fl8'the ='road is already � �ra4pd �iiU>' the "Hati By next fall therefore autplafa Will be able 'to' snotoryfriiifl ,rthe"*H^ 'B,dli|i1an|�'';ot,'rib6ut.'300 mllea ove*' ,^ pnOfOf ,'1:1Je beat trunk roada jn the; Inspeoib'r' Ainsworfch in charge. Of Sitiife ,paa?iWanMofithe departmieni'^ ......� Publtoin^drk^lin thesLethbrldge- dlat-; I riot',Taturtl�d yeaterdfcy from Bdinon-I.. ^;*t;,jroTa|ifen*^fJi|/rjBti^ W ivmllea. ^ ___i aea�on'26iinile6. i thlBv ^llkgStafM^^^ Mr: Aln^- InKtvRiy;*c. ddii'^r^aa^ar' a^s' Mbnaroh, ''^-*'5^taiplt',oorth' of Ray-'fe^Jlfe'�trunk wiJV^e ^l^m]^, from whicl^) ^weat through! irig Coulee/j^Ra-following, ^hisi' -W" :Tb^^a^ ;eaBb-f|ora||iafe c!^s,betwe/p^. Stl'p' Najidiid^iieclliig; the'^tijunkiftonij ' carriea^, iw Djiyton' ,the tVoufh'-toiMllk'lllver" "~\r. Itla'h'ara-4bri''0f/th%'-roaa?; ;if||Coutta *lll>^ then b? turned more particularly to the trunk program^ It la hardly likely; taat: more than three crewa of :"truBtfe8!!;wlir;,be used this year^ Two will b6 on regular work, while anothert mayi opntraot to put the north road ;to.Coa]dale Into good conaillon> The above;prog;r�^m may'be i amended somewhat when the. budget ia brought down; but?'-lt ,'WllUlik61y. be aaded to ratherhttfaLnireatrliSfed iwhen the aetalls are- aefinltely settled. 4> TREGILLU8 DENIES TORY CANARD ?  ? ? ? ? ? ? ? �. 4. i>: 4. � * O �> � * fl. � Calgary, March 5.-President Treglllus, of the U. F. A., gave out a statement tonlgh, deny ing the existence of any dls-. cord, among the members of the  executive of the farmers' big:organization over the pro' vinoial elevator bill. .He states that th^ Isrmers' repr^senta-tiv�s'and the members of the � Slfton .government, at their Edmonton conference, held, on Tuesday, were in thorough accord, and that thfl elevator legislation will be �naated in keeping with the. farmers' wishes. [^1905 sTeECHES quoted Shoot-Holes^in-ili^flalBlondin Gives Qaeer jJulmg--D^d- ' lock''Co|iti^1i^?,' . Ottawa, Ont.. Maiech B.-rTPhe ,5'arlla-mentary deddloofc voyftr'�JthV, government's - propbBal:to;:;^ybte.KtfirlJ/tflve millloh dollars for'thfl'^eonattuctlon of ___,a!:�^ii:jj3;*a�!"aiiai�ajit The LiberalB atill si^,-.tlfial:'uiilesa'' the govemn(ewr#iffl8>lcC;^ wiio maintained' 'th,e..B'eo1&!e;4hpUld^^^^^ oSn-'auttea. ,The 'bhly^lSii^l^.h'^^gove^n-'ment could do.i,hiey#id,iwaB;to'^-v;otei mon'ey and*slng-^paU-fdtl| airai\Tl^ey want to '^glve, "Inoney.'-without 'blo^^,; bra;wji or, drains, -'^t, 'V, � '? vV, , The n^xt-BpeakerjMip.-Iiaohance/ of Quebec Centre, 'whp-^got.lnto a iwni-ber ot.^lBputes ^iiK^^DfeTi-'Sevigar,: of Do?;ch|[Btei>'cont^Raed ttfat'^he'real enemies'ot'lth^ Bmpl^'-dn pa^addt'-^l 'day,' anet-to^be ,ffc(ugcLra-,, raiia^Qf'ImlorlancQ will be ^jlh' to thV ,jie,w ^_^_/Oppned ,np laafe ^�>hrp>Br,Ipg open of ihe dlptoce^of 24 mllaB; ifty, otithlB ro*di bv July the Imperl^t aavy, . Mn Laohanjje^r m.|^h�'h*e was Qauvr'eaii, ofs.;Tem turnJ'w'aBJUcceeded of St. J9aii',aid'lJ)� I ThW,'pM08ltlbnJ w^B, led '�by , ThW,.pM w^B, W^iyjViB supported'hlf' Hon Cfoy�rnniejit,foroeB ;were^ls^Mby,7'Hon yho,waB jplnedja morninaVby' Hon.-' Hon. jrr>D�B�ild*/:Outgolrip�moving''as-Tapr: idly. aajp68siblef^hatethe large-amount of- freight, cans, be^li&ndled at all.with the- presents, equip! Five cars ^ of ,se arrived' already'''' t'ribntion, m ^he cars of Cattle foi shipped" throirgh on the-sbuth linbi leaps and;^'ound| & 'l.�^rottvises';,,tl :R.'.compatnyi'i: City,/I6wa, weif' ton.'.with; a- catl fetfts and^ hopes-- . , ... [On is bnghtjnoib/pnly-'for'the lOitfebWrJtot' the JaTmirissicommuni'ty amelll:= ^, , ;/t., ; 'Adnijtting that- the* orils of iTik/^ *quor ti^lfic wfere well -reobgniaeidft -IM ^ .Winnipeg, Man , Marchs-e.-^A cable: received' here todav a]bo,th6 Canadian: l-NQr;the'i;ni'lme officesj states that the .iBojilil "Edward sailed/frdm Bristol, , ^, , England, at five p.m..\ast night>ith'counpefcin,; the s 'Si'.flis't^rass passenge'rsV.'406^ second *Jfo expltaatiom^ *cla&-�n'a 843 third dasa.^ This es-lwas-iii-cwt:-.; }ta,miilfed> recprd sailing-of^; second 'riassVpassengers from>,Great Bt^rtain: _ Hon,' W. SI, Hanna tookk up -the^iitet' fense of^the goverianent, 'toca'l,-^^3 ^tion was here'andtwould 1 remain", ^opj the-'statute books^ of.'the p^ayltei .114,said. V.-, , ^c. n.;^ ' i New Tori,Uaxtk,[ 6.-Mrs.; Kaih?: erin6",Qodfrey,'' a, ypVing; wljlojijf "Waa, fqund murdered .earl/todayJ�l�^|ih?if tlat:^ tter' hea^ ^and fftce.,had' ibattered>'-preaumably with rf N. P. Buckingham, BoiBsfr ? ? vain, grand steward.  .' - - ? ? M. M. Downey. Calgary^ grand . ? ? steward. ? ? Alex. J. GlUis, Dawgon,' grand' ? ? standard bearer. . / . ..:�} > ? ? ? * > 4 GREEKS 32.000 lORKS WERE I ROCHESTER STRIKERS B!G RIOT FIFTEEN HliNDRECr TOOK PART AND THEREl 'W.ERE SOME LIVELY .DOINGS Rochesfet, N, Y., Hatch 6. - The striking 'garment W9rkers -here opened the day .todV ^^il* noting in which 1,500 persons'pdlrtlcipated. The; ^-^thtonged'with 3,-wteokpd the llhbcfjabt'baeE'fbgl jlted, Numerous armrests .were fnadfe mbhidi ing .thbsV'of* severaiyoung' girls. Kof [toco vTn^tic^-Ch^dsey;^ announced that he- wotili taeteibut'p'^itentiary  sen-tenc'esV-tS'alljI&Wbers. ^ ^ One of Most Brilliant. Victories of Balkan Wars Won " by Greece - Athens, Greece, March e.--The Tur-i kish fortress of Janlna'; the 'key, to the poBseaefon of the^roVirice otBplr-us, with Its garrison, of. 32,000; meni surrendered to,the Gre|ek army^today, after a defense whicli^'^form8/qii'6,''bt .the,most brilliant ejpAo^es^o'rtfft BftlJ' ;kah war. The surrendfir waa pijriced THWITHD CLASS -LIST mi C. .WRIT SPRANG dURPRISE%BY STOPPING PROCEEDINGS" TO' PROCURE ^ Sis' RELEASE ' NewJllYorS, n; Y., Match 6. - ThfeJ wxit 'o't habeas cords obtained- m bc-h''aU^o?tIiarr5''-'Ki- Thaw,, was sudden^ ly withdfa.wa at the- request of his aay,T6np boat i!l ADD8MRD f^r.?^.;"Jphn PowelBon, pt Hayinoud, ?: '?l-At^rihs to be In,the running,'> lr^�a^^a' �-londB of d'lrj cov l bioiiRh* , liCp / W �f�?,#o'-hVAco on a pivi;,.T*lf6,tlio�?Sfi n mrms and ultural n^ifoimci^S^I . Lent .0. \rM^^ nion' this b(�iugjihe* ihafAlhcctn bih ic;l. lA)ndotf/ojfaroh'6'.-^Hi||i hop^s have"' been' iJalBe& |n"-vyome�!^ 'BiUffrage'circles that'Mrs^Cornwallia-WeBt's new play^ aWtiHgd/'Th^bBHl," -which- is ta-be''proauced-'ln;;GIaBgoW,on MarbS^2l), rcause^ proceedings. ed by a^�'fierce bon^afi: wlthoutV oosBatirtj ^fo^^i two n^htsl' K'^^^^ cludiife'a ni ^He^'^pyKSughrto-dj.eaij'ba, 'SO^OOO'whelsywtselliB: guns 1-during. .t;je-,,.en'i ji^lly'thev -Tur^iKlbli >Maholiar8^;;Saknig^lJttt| sUetlced,' The Gtx^fi^'^ 'la feint led the^Turks^ their �tittaok'-wo|ld|tp right.' ! As 'SoonSa^fll^.,. the 9iefendersj;ljadifb^i|^, ,Greek8" li'urled .JargeifhodU try.igalnat the Turkip 'toman>'troopB. titterlp|M|PJ baok'^ln disorder. .'i^liSnatJ the, heights of BizB.hi;'-^^;P^^ itfie^defenofcihadibeen^m^i the pelting'of, ttie,,,ahfel^ ^i^duced toj oompleteJ'-|l' :o'dlooks;;yeater(aay' "^Vbrriy The' Greeks paBli,ed|^ �mOTementwduring;!.; th^!a|^^ becupled.;thek'tjurkls�:|p^i ,gjtoi\nd'.BlaB hlilf^gam^^ 'gu-fis and 110 artllleiT^jjn^MI .Greek, battalions grg^uailyjMM ^on, the plain In (fro ''^�^"^'""^ 'self-.-'^,' ^ Calgary charter was. read\ a _ tlili|ll;:,;1%ffJ!| time � and passed; Four- other' muAioi-; �-iiV pal +billS'. were:.'oonsidered,in",comT^i;tj*', --''I'A^ tee iof' the -whole,.'and:-: -WiU' recejl^iiljf.fir' their third reading' on> BJiondJiy." Th^B>?-^; f-S included Medicine Hat cha^ter.i "'f^db/. acts respecting new cityof''R!ed :JlgfesiM^ atndthe towns of iStottlet 'and WdiaS;''''''^'^U''"4 Wright. The; Village act rVfia ;k%i'"'J,fef':committee;,'iali�il heitf*pi;oven'tliq,mseivej NmpH#a i^Wth&A'ti9tal' "'pmrs^ vi;iih^ui Kralif -vfiio had jfng.W >ddyBS^ that waives.,dtM ^ployees^ ceasing, tq, work '^^oj charged'-shall U paid forth-tttl ^aU^'which. proyiff�p/fbr^ aspen*.. $30*for its.cpntravention aai'ils Jcome into forc^f ^qn , May Ist.inektJfffNvJ 'Vands no chancevof^pa^slng, alth(}vijjh%^5-'so far ks^fortnfghiljr,payment ot:;nli5iQ,j;Ta| e'rs isiconcetnod, ^it isipoaaiblo thji, ""� fthe ^amendment, to ,ihe Mmci* Ao'� ,.' ,^ |Vhic]i>Ir.,0;Ptiaved.inay;hf,;i^ , .onlptv iScaLi'.imnprqvemeam t.'fl�M fl[^v^?.''�?fS"'#! j4t:,for,,.*Bb&,va�^ m a trii toe bate^VtheWn^^ , ^itntontha 'of^^Kewea^ ^ pne^heald^of'sli^VIc  " ll he ,m*do*, Jn the m?iB- '-�',! , school uw ^wWWmi . sv-rtem 5i the s(.hc�lfM|^f|| rB .rcder-ar byla^, n'usl L" vrtr the MM 4^ji �%wnoon-c)a:, tili'o^irt lud nf-iy^-?^^ ......' siJf pnsbnar8,vK?^lj^v^&5Jflt)i\'-,'gV^feJfev J'*"*'^''' 9 399928 ;