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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TEN PAGES Lethbrldge, Alberta. Monday, March 10,1913 PRICE-FIVE CENTS Number 75 BRiris MEEMTER King George and Queen Mary Attended the Sovereign Reading .the Speech 'London, March- 10. - King George today appned; the third session o5 the prosonfc parliament after a prorogation o� only,/twodaysj the fericfeat recess on recora. The King ami Queen took thojr places-on the throne in the presencD of a great gathering. The opening was preceded by the Tisual proCBSsion Irom Buckingham, Palace to the Westminster Hall. The centre of the brilliant picture was �the, groat gilded glass coach being drawn bv the'TIanoveriau cream-colored horses. A drizvsling rain fell throughout the 'day, but this had no effect on tens of thousands of sight-aeers. The King's speech troin the throne was chiefly devoted to the Balkan war, ex-presBlng. the earnest desire of the, European . powers to hasten the conclu-uiou of peace. His Majesty opened with reference to the jubilee of the marriage of his parents, Kinjp Edward VII. and Queen 'Alexandra. He CKprossed gratitude for the affection shown toy the nation ^to the widowed Q.ueen Mother Alexandra. Referring to the Balkan war the Xing, said : "I am hopeful that the consultations between the powers will enable them not only to bring about a oomplcte understanding among themselves but to exercise a bencfici-ent'influence ill hastening the conclu-.sion oj the war." His Majesty referred to the action of-thc British in the Dominions whic have contributed war vessels to the British navy and also to the visits of (Continusd on page 9). MR. C..;F. SI8E President of the BellTelephone Co. of Canada, who ha� been with the company 33 years and who has missed only one annual meeting. He reports great growth In the case of the Bell Telephone Co, S NOW AI �Rochester, jlfinn., MarcB: 10. - Eugene Thayer, a carppnter � of Assini-boia, Sa'sk., arrived af'Mayo's . hospital here today, where it is hoped that the life of the man, who has been s4ffering from a .broken back, will bo saved. Thayer,,who has travelled? over 1,000 niiles'-for treatment, fell from � scaffolding-, Feb. 22, while working, on a church'; and broke his spine, just above theijjhi'ps, .: ; .. Provisions, of New and Radical Legislation Asked for by Farmers and Labor Unions '(Special to the Herald), , .(EdraontoH, Alt�., March 9.- The act Which has been * introduced to give direct legislatioii in Alberta province states that the number of peor pl� necessary to sign' a petition for the "submission ;ot an act or parts of an aot. to refereftdum must be ten per cent, of the total number of voters whO: voted at the last provincial clectlonia'nd at least flvo per cent of the voters in e&ch constituency. " The object of the latter provision is to gtimrd against Socialism. On presentation of a petition so signed the leg-liBlaturevwill defer the coming into ' operation of the;act;:or part of the acf ito wliioh itroferSj for ninety dayg after, the close' ot^tbe session' at which it was paiss^d. - , The/samo, proportion ol the electorate signing a petitic^ .may pray foi legislation,to,be enacted.. , The;, attonioy-j^neral is given the deciding voice in regard to'acts-which, effect the public,revenues act, as to ,; whetherthe act proposed is or is not AV-ifchin. the .'jurisdiction of the,legislature..' -An act petitioned for by people may, aftewards be submitted to a reforendumi unless is passed without amendment'or >vith only such! ^ffi, amendments as.the speaker may determine � dp not i constitute any sub-' stantial change>lnitsi.provisions.. A \vrit for taking.votes on logisla-'bion proposed to be ienactod .aivill be Uaaed by the lieutenant-governor.in- ; council not earller>than three �months and; not later than ten months aftar the olosB,;ot a. aesaiott and a vote will follow from 31 .to 27 days later. Ref'erendiim (Sections may be - held simultaneously Avith legislative oleo-tionsfj: but differently colored ballotti  will be used, and in both cases the .qualifications lorvoters are the same. RECEIVED A GALL d a call tp the 'bhuroh at Sviii Current. As Swjf^ Current .MB a homing city and place of,groT^ing importance, 'Mr. BUoJClnnon's frlen,ds arij urging him to DESTROYED SAUNQERTON STATION ON GREAT WB8TEPN' JHIRTY-ONE MILES FROM " LONDON : - ^ London, March ,10.-Militant: suffragettes today set fire to the Saun-derton Station of the. Great .Western railway, antl burned it to! the'gr'ound. Saunderton is about � 31- miles. > from London. : r Two placards were found "in the vicinity of the lire on which were painted the words, "Burning to get the vote" and VVoteS'for women."'..... LONDON BOND MARKET " London, March 10.-Folloiwlng- are the quotations' of acUW Dominion, provincial and municipal stocks;: a Province o� Queibec,- sterling: 'bonds, 1934, 4 per cent.: 96^98.- I>ominlon of'CB.nada,-;1nisoiribea;1947 2% per cent., 7X-r7"3. ' Dominion of Canada,, 1909-34, , per cent,: 94-96, �. � *: Dominion of Canadr;,,registered, 1930-50: 93 to 95. 'Province of Quebec, inscrlbedj 1937, 3 pel* cent.: 80-82.' .' ' Quebec City, 1923,.4:iper.cent,} 96r- 98, '  ' Reglna City. 1933-38,.,6\ per.ceiit., 100-102. - . Toronto, ] 929, 3>4-.per c�nt.: -87-89. St. John. N.B., 1934. '4 p�- cent,: 91 -93. .. , HON, W. J. ROCHE Canadas Minister of, the Interior, Who Is dangerously ill at Mayo Brothers 'hospital, Rochester, Minn. EO HI THE HOME FATHER AND ii*pTHER WERE OUT , WHEN Tyfe'rMOUSE CAUGHT FIRE Tisdale, Sask.,'March 10,-W. Tl. King, f.irmery:-about 25 miles north of Tisdale, lost his two children by suRocation and; his house and its contents were burned.. Mr, and Mrs. K^ing had gone across the road to his father's house, not 100 '^-ards awayj leaving the children asleep. .Later-he went back to see that all was well and went back to his father's hOfiie lasiain. llalf an hour afterward, on I going home, h,e discovered the house full of smoke which was followed by a burst of flame when the door ^opened. ' Mr. and Mrs;,King made a rush to save the children) feut they were past all aid. VIC ABAHOIR IS WHAT SOI STOCK SIPPERS ASK Necessity of Prime Food Law Regulations Are to be Complied With jDurjing the next month develop meats, arising out of the recent order whereby all meats to be shipped to British Columbia must be government inspected, may be looked for which win either l^suit In the early erection of a city abattoir or the permanent abandonment of such a' scheme as a municipal enteri>rlBe; At the Board of Trade meeting on .Thursday night the question of meat inspection was broached and it iivas decided that It possible something should be done to relieve meat shippers in,this district in the, matter: of inspection. On aPriday President IveS'wired to! Hon. Martin ;U3utrell, � minister of agrl; culture,, jwith the. result that Gavan,,! one* of ithe government's 'inspectors was in the, city on''Saturday to inveBtigate. It is the desire of'the butcher*- aAd' the shippers in the city to have a mea^ inspector permanently located here.' To make it possible for hiiq to do his^j duty, it would be necessair? ^hat there be a central abattoir where all killing might be done. Mr. Cavan met with the butchers and meat shippers,on Saturday, but nothing was f done other than to talk the matter over, and endeavor to find some solution of the difficulty. ': All the butchers are in favor of a public'abattoir, and would bo v.-illing to help maintain such a>place. But they would ask that the city bufid It.' It would probably cost about 16,000,to' �7,000, not including the site, but the butchers state that they would be,-wUl-ing to pay enough for the:us�.of It to cover all expenses and the interest on the debentures. , Two years ago City Sanitary Inspec-; tor Vallance recommended the Immediate construction of an abattoir very strongly, but the city was' not then in favor of it. Neither were the butchers for the meat inspection clause of the Pure Foods Act was not then being enforced. ;: However, it is.likely that the whole matter will remain in abeyance,for the next thirty days to await developr meats in other directions. . Mr.,Cavan' left Saturday night for Pinoher Creek where there Is also an'agitation for. the location of a meat inspector there; the meat shippers experiencing: the: s&me trouble as those of the Lethr bridge district. A NERVY ROBBERY " i" Chicago, March 10.-Robbers today^ bleiw open the safe in a aaloon wil:hln'! less than a block from the central' police station and escape^ with $500. ; Wool Growers Discuss Their Needs Although Prot >i�ke]J, of, the sheep j branch of thejDepartment of Agrloiil-ture .was not present at this afternoon's meeting of the/South> Alberta Wool Growers' aasooiajtion, � %bout twenty of 'the members':o�'tliat .or-ganlaation held a; wry; proffltable meeting in the Boa'rdJof Trade., build? Ing, whisn they discussed the: various 'phases of the propQsiii to establish a central wool market here. ThoBe pre-ami at the. meeting "^lere'.president Harvey. RHiymond;!^;B.:Rlrle,''G-eo. A. Hacking, Levi Ha^&er, J.- T. iHenin-ger,;.B. W. BradshajW^'iPrftnkTC'ook'; and l! F.elon, of Magratlji; H^,' iveiis and �mU�Har^�p,-,vi>� Oar5l9Xo?;';B�3r Khlght. and'Chai Romely;of l(ii^tiionjd|;-p. A. 'Buckley, ,:of:: aweetiifemiKiMpnti j:�li A. guggitt. Ooaldale, ,arid'W.(-H,.Falf- Vacwt it as olforing/an open door to field, Jos, A.'Yourig,^ C^.J.,.BJoksto'fm President Harvey outlined the. results of his visit to the department "of agriculture at Ottawa,: telling ..the: miembers of the proposal to �.esiiab-. lish a wool warehouse : here' for :the handlingof the,Southern Alberta:clip.' He said the government was willing to make an appropriation of |3,5QQ>to put in a baler, and: pay the cost-of, sorters here, to handl�: the wholes clip and ship it to the Iiondon market, : Not All Agreed There was some difference of opinion as to whether Lethbridge was' th� best place for such �� warehouse; "-Thft, .members are t.very , aippreoiatlve pf. what'tbe government is,,doing to �ylil^be^:^ade:as early in the:0prlng as ON. MALCOLM M'KENZ E m MEMBER EOR MACLEOD RIDING HON. MALCOLM jMcKENZIE Provincial treasurer, who was unanimously nominated, by the Liberals of Macleod on Saturday. HOGPRICESWL CR HIGH SPOTS ONLY- DANGER SAYS MINISTER MARSHALL; IS. JHAT FARM-Er4i MAY SELL BREEDING STOCK Hogs will be worth their, weight in gold thla spring, and farmers who have them for sal� 'will reap a great profit, Hon, Duncan Marshall told th^Hevald man in'Macleod on Sntur-: day tha�;(he b ::,:-' them, hut they 'were. afraid ;t^af4t would be impractical.. ' Mr. Bu'cltjey,^ who has had a great deal of 'emp'erl-enoe in the woql-buBlness^ln Montana, ^ (Continued on pa6e~0),-'^f ^-ihe-v^t^^er will stga^ti THEY- FAVOR' MR. PROUSE ; Grassy: Lakei,: M-aT;' 9;^-r-Oonservatlves: in this 'part 'Of-^Honi .A.rchle McLean's riding ares commencing to scent an early .election",', an^'afi^ after the min- who toWd.turii.thi'irlck.'' Asking That Sorting and iPackr-: !� ing House be Started as a Preliminary That there Is still more than 'a naerej v: possibility that Lethbridge may have':.:' a woollen mill, operated at a profit in; its midst, was the opinion expressed',:! this morning to, the Herald by both)';' President Harvey, and Joe Young; of ;: the Southern, Alberta Wool Growers"',: association. Both men know the wBol'^ business, and are sure that if certaliv :^': advantages In the way of wioL'Sort*' ; ing, which they expect to reoeiye :iii" the near future, materialise; there; la no reason why, the woollen mill,' whiohl, has been a white elephant to the oity^^;; ' may not be made to pay' handsomelyi.'; ''The only thing against the suocesBf';:; ful operations of the mill when wiedli^^ i have it,." said Mr. Young this mom-i' ing, "was that the wool was not prop" : erly sorted. It is auite evident tq;; anyone acqualnte'd with the wool bus*':> InesB that wool of a high: grade jgoodl; enough for maMng broadcloth, .cani';' not be used with profit to make'blaato|'; ets. Yet that is-exactly --.what'; tbeyj:;' tried to do when the mill here .wa^ J in operation. No wonder itwae a falU;  ure and a black eye tO::Ijethbridge,:lnwlU gl-ve-us;';; aid in packing and sorting the i'wool';: clip of Southern Alberta, If theyv will- i give UB a stprage yarehouse'herc, loin'^ the clip, the mill would, be able:to^gets: the, right grades of wool for ;'''-''i''| '.'"In'^refererice. -to^yqtire^pl^yl9li^^�;epI^^^^^ ,?-Si|yt??*,�,�ah^lriw^ *...........'..... ' �^:'.i,-' in informing  you: that 1 have made aiv i. rangements.. for such aJX' Investigation: :! to .take place during thefhaYe-nowahe>;iolft!inf?ftj 3 84 37 2 ;