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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TEN PAGES LethbPldge, Alberta. Wfecliiesday, March 13,1013 PRICE-FIVE CENTS Number 77 1 J E ONABlf li REDUn IN UilSES left It to City Council to Decide as to Boxing Bouts BAKERS" FEES Culfrora:$i'5 ti $15-Milk Vendlors' Meted Some Gener-' ' ous Treatment � Wheiij is-a.iboxfrig'exhibition, not a �boxing.exhibition ? When does it as-suniB the .jiroportious oE a prizefight? If someone with a-readv-made answer '. .wUr,^lndly'wiiiBper'lt in Aid. Lovetr-: Ing's 'efiryhe. wJiU; be greatly pleased . ior.'tho'.' doot-or 'aoijuowledgos that Ua Js:not,8iioh;an- advanced .^tudent ot : the::flstio 'art' th^t - ho can solve the-questton'for hirasalL 1 .1 Tlie'*oounoil needs' a'aolutlon to I the> dimoulty..' At a nieotlng ol the license ahd police, commi'tteB yesterday, at-tended' by AJd. : Lovering, chairman, and �: AtdS: SkeSthSlid Williamsbn, / a : aptteicv from. Jack- qplrerty,the fight V proinoteE.Harid somV of tlie'managers i. of looal-thBatres' was: read, � aslting-ior jE� redubt^ on the present $.|Q0 license tee'-impo'sed on boxing "exhibi- � Mm. : . , Aldv Loyquing says he wishes to cpiiraJisB vhoxi'ng;':but uft�i^-noon. It IS knofrn that Mayor Hardio; � is in. sympathy- with anything that will,, maiieMof ' goo', clean "boxing bouts, and'jt his votfl is required to sottip the jguestl'on, it will bo for a leduction of tli^'fee by a considerable amountsvprobaWjt tb-*25. ,:',y  ''.--�Baket-s' � L/icensas ,.,-.^-'y -.i Thp^.hakerfe ' have waited on the CDUJiclI; everyf^eac ;for-:-.the' past;five, asking that ^tneii' license bo reduced Twenty-ftvo , dollars, they claim, is r^idiciiioi^jfirliig^ii^^ tlme^ngo thai'if be reduced to two or thtpe.-'.dollais;, just eriougji to,give i .thcofty the--right-to", cnt^r-the plant to supervise its 'sanitary condition. i-ThV-snxat:^r;;-waR.'discussed yesterday,' and it was -jihought'^tiiat lyhilp . the . Hoensa fee,' now is-, ratlier hi^h, it " �could fliffltdty'� Maii^''tfedtioiiig"'vieiy fat �this" year�>so they; made it R5, with ^ the pr'om'{�a.,of .more; to come at a ^>-D�lfies the'($ame - ' Tlje, dairies!have..also^ ent,ei�d ,, ob- them.' Thisy80 -was'reduced io flS.^' ' 'lbr''''Ws''''ojvn' Ivoiisehold 'use',' aiid' selL--ing i few' qUartjs^to his nelgTibdjrs will Jipjrqome. Unden "ttie 'lloenae regulation^ ^ The committee yriU ;:eport .on Alpnday,,, aft^r^Jl^hich; the ..city, solicit taevWife'cbnsbUda-te,;thei-U My- ' laws, making"^ the neceasary amnnd- �', �ments-.' le, KJiarazVj; vVv- �^ The Bnlpanang then lioistcd th& wlUto fJjgiQraelt lo^s jfT T kiUed and 40 '"'jja^^ ,{,0110'/bundled ^^and, twj|||| OE.M SPORTS GOOD SCOTCH TAfilE QOR-DON AND WORKS. IN LOS-ANQEI.E8 1.UMBER YARD Los Angeles, March 12.-I^eardh, by �the,Crittenden Membrlat.Sboiet'vof San Francisco for: a reputed grandson of Napoleon Bonapar.tpiotided yesterday in a Los Angeles,-lunlberyatd. Wm. Gordon, a wdrking n^aaii, is the person sought; / f .. :'> \Vm. Gordon was;a son ot the late John Gordon, a 'San, Pranoisco, jeweller, who accordiiig'.to .th(!: Crittenden society, unquestionably'was, a,soH of the "Little Corporal." The remains of, John Gordon rest in i cem-oterjr'near- the Golden'Gaito. ' TO SIM CITY WILL PUT ALL THE POLICE i COURT DERELICTS TO WORK ON SOIL Edmcnton, March 12.-The first city prison farm in western Canada Is to be established by the city of Edmonton at a point some ten or twelve miles up the Saskatchewan river, near Big Island.' This was decided by the council at. ItP regular meeting last night, whj^n that body adopted a recommendation of the city commissioners, suggesting that Fred-efiok W. Lyons, who opened the prison.farm at Guelph, Ont., and now In the employ of the Ontario government In this capacity, be fiimpioyed as superintendent of the city farm. -The services of Mr. Lyons have been secured by the city very largely through the efforts of R, B. Chadwick, head of the De� partment of Neglected Children. ill RE teilZZLEO CONSERVAIIVES Lively Scene in Cpmmofis in Early Morning^"6ifc^^et 1 Minister an 'In Ottawa, March , l2.-^he/^'Seoohd week 'of the-protradted-jsti^ggfi'over the second clause. of- the'-gov.ernmenJ:'6 naval bill is gradually .wferlnfr^away and there is still no 'Bosslblllty'|0f; the week '^ii'^'^'^^^.'^^^^^^^^^^ seven o'clock this ^^Msm0o0} -McMillan. Hberal* mj^Sbmgife'lJ^h-'', - ^ ivxtn ^as s;^6altti|g?^y�l*'McMllaa-mpositiouAf^th^jhii^yalf^pt nicely-^sW>hea Mr 'i^ Oarval,�ot Up,-i$ ^ote?^ ^�S^sfc As- order in the h-ouae. , � : "Let' them *o on;*' said .Mr, 'McMillan, 'fit's all they .can do," " ��Hewent on to day^iJffiatjthjsSwa^^^^ thirty-five: miUlon^doliarls^^ help 'Mr. Borden out, Conservativ.ea he-^saia,- would notv be ^-willing to'sit iupv night* and: " your policy why dou't y9u t;rjiBt.*,th'6 people. You miy be feeling>a bit tiredj but �fchere-ls lots -more:'colmin^^^^^ a flght on and we are;*not 'quitters. We,, will .see it: th^ough-lto>av.flhlsh,'' i?': "It's no fight,'"'.aild, Mr. Rogers, amidst Conservative oh^^^rs. ' �' "You -^ilt 'thinik^'^ aB"^^^^^ through,;.--:-Yo^u torg6b'.,that:Ifl*ati'"^ve you ,may be, ,-sye on.lhls; sld^ ,fir.6.,go,qd Canadians, antl^^ffood' CanUdlans ^do not .nih' awiay oriTa '^oqse-^cliaBX We fight bur own .b9,(;tles,on�,thiB ^ side, we 'do our,fighting; -yve'4pVt hiiiB- somebody el8^,fo.do,.it.';;'. ' MiJ MoMillfe tjneplremarkad Jtfiat it was apparent"tha); ^Qhuroliill,e'v^i,dently: does not know' Canada or',^e '.spirit' and' aspirations' of .;;&'e J Catiadikn." peo-pie. ' V-"*- ' *He's one of-your friends/v^putiln Gerald , ^ "He was )Bret,one of yoi;iw," retolted 's one of -yoiir friends/v-puU l,Whifie.r ^ was jiret^onejof yoyw," retoi-tt Mr.' McMillan, "a^d. "b/ h'as ifot'-your Uttle Oanadlan/ldeapiyet./';-,,,- " '; " "Ete's getting  bacl^'.-wt't^re ' he be- lopgs,", put Jn.Mr.'Langasler.'/ y "We Jiave no use ^or' that' spirit "on thjB'-ijlde,"' i^int'''on'';%/''man-^from Glengarry: - % ' /, w - , "You'll flndi'Out,'Siyien''yo"u.^get^back to your constituency,'; fem'a'pked Hon. J. d: Held. , 4- ' "' coming Ian ready to do'thelj^ oiytt-'fighUng. would' ,tell.,-j-uB^ tw^, hlite-zfallBii" 'd^-wn. Go,to' tlie"ptople:an!l- afee wh'ft Uey, think about lt?"s. ^.'"rii, V \l: f Q^r/,i^ald?iJthat.,,PF^mler ,Borden~ had (jben-'-Slt-TWluWd ^JJkilrl^r MR, MOUAT NOMINATED s Farm Scene- Now, Model City Will be Erected in Australia Sydney, Australia, March 12.-The foundation s'tone bf.the future capital of Australia was laid today by Baron Denman, Governor general of the Commonwealth.- Lady penman christened the new city' Canberra, in the presence otv,great-crowds from Melbourne' and Sydney. ;.:The Australian ministers also attended the ceremony of the inauguration: of what is Intended to be ,a model, capital. The city is to,be built on a,*lte on which the only buildings;: now^ex'isting are scattered dwellings, ot'JHfriners. ? .. Pincher Creek, March 12,- ?� At the convention of Liberals ? -^^ifor ' the- provincial rJding ofv ? Pin Cher Creek, Mr. A. N. Mouat': was, tendered the nomination/. ? : ? ? ? ? 'i ? SIXTY-EIGHT C. - ? ? ? ? 4 WOMEN ? DROWNED London, March 11.-While a.ttempting to escape from the hesieged city of Scutari, aixty-�ight -women were drowned. The boat bearing them capsized on Lake Scutari, state dis-patches today from Vienna. > ^ � � >!> ? ? � �> WAS TOO FAR GONE Jersey City, N.J., March 12.-Jos Heldeker, who had travelled 2100 miles from his home in Denver to New York only to be disappointed m the hope of gaining an audience with Dr, Freidraann, and be treated for tuberculosis by the specialist, died yesterday in a boarding house. He had taken a room there after failing to get the doctor to treat him. Ho was 23 years old. Little or No Criticism of the Legislation for the People Pre-? sented by the Alberta Government Opposition Sore Over the Direct Legislation Act Edmonton, March H.-^The house is determined to get throuijli as much legislation as possible during the next few days, and the premier gave notice that at adjournment ' oi the house on Friday he will move for ai -sitting on Saturdav at two o'clock. Moso of the government legislation is down now and if the present rate of progress is maintained, the house should get through in time to allow all the members to return homo . for Easter. Hon. C. W. Cross, attorney-'general, took his scat in the house again today for the first time since the opening' day. Mr. Cross has been in the east in order to build up agam after the severe attack of pleurisy from which ho has recently suffered, and ho was looking much improved* LEiDAYALBERIA HIGHESI EES ''I IN ^ ^ O � "�:��>?* * ? ? � � i' ? ? ? 1. Rochester, Minn.-, March 12. -Hon .Dr. W. ^J.'Roche passed a restless'ntght, as was to he expected, ;butf;.hls condition today la good Thayer has not yet'been-operate^:'on. Deputy Mmisters Announces Substantial Increase and Eight Hour Day'�Startihg Apr. 1, BORDEN ASKED FOR ^ ' CHURCHILL LETTER i^'ilondon,^' March ' -12-^The 'a'.i6or- .:; ? respoiidence with Premier Bor- ? den ^hda been used by one'sld* ? Preimier Bordpn wei e oiiljHVrH- �>. i^'^'^l^i^i^-the i^iiescibf'*Pr4Siiier;'>'^ ;'are taking three weeks' provisiohs,''but iff they have" the luck thesy iBr^cpebt,; they will ^ either in the \V6lt 'indies or "on" � the noVtliern: ;coast-iof:'South-America in five or-ten days, '*"^, ' ' , � Hm A STREET CAR * ' ^A belt "line car on Fifth street collided with a wagon belonging to Bert K^nn^y^^Jln,'|rgn't of 'ihe , Bijou Theatre, ai^flopTi.*' Beyond breaking some of the^,:^ode the fender ol^the car; no dagiage wa^ done.' Are Sample Markets In the Ihiterest oif; the Farmers ^ Sample markets, internal cleyators',^ car shortage and hay grading -wiU^'bc'' the principal matters''to come before' the board of'grain''c;pmplsslonerB''a|' the � session here tomorrow,' The 'mldi^ iftg-will be held in .-St.*-Aug.ustln.is lialC-'commencing at ten o'clOokK-lr'* largo number of farmer? are expio^a to be in attendance as the 4�e*|i'-on!' of sample markets is of vital imP9rt-ance to them. � '\;J 1 The probability -that'a million biiSh- it Ijesleljb over tor spatie ti^e.before^ IjeinR^put'into eltect m',orderIto al-' Ilow'-vthfe �farmers to-study .all- stdesto sain'theVpln-* '^"H el internal elevatoi wxU be est'aJiU^fi-ed here makes J)he session tomofed-v�, of the greaitest" impoytauce. At xMast session ot^the>b6a^d here,i^*thfyi. gathered* statistf'cs/"-"regarding .the; aniount of graili"J ^hipped'west,-^^If. the? need otjan^ ln?a^ptioiV'Hpointp:ifc Lothbridge, ^Tiie facinor's' ^ and:'|t|i| Ian �eo C nti ^ i'n k:%''^^' It^^f the ^jSlBter ^'fubulyillll)?. ^)xl %9rV4W.glYefl ,stfie"-time ^^p'^^ad 2^�g*^lb�)tglf.rwGi'e bfuflSfig., [^*,6eat^T^ t4.^r.vi^elM,. Sit themselves- oX.rthv.lpxeinlwm.i-pai'it; on Alberta gra n in''t^e,-B,' 0.* marjiieij-'v The. sample. mftT^,e�^mpitto�';l^{_|n-, lvW�^ in, city today ,^-wk8; p^'shv vfmlim they wouldtoj�' .support ,t^e sample markq^' stlod 'It will be remeip,berodot, an' idferual Good news for the'-^employeegoof: the Provincial Government', Telephbrie: system �reaohed- the Oity - today .froii-W. J. Harmer, deputy'"'mia'iBterj'pV; railways and telepht^nies, '"Xii^^^ ia|-will bring with it anq.iher JtUBrfttttial; Increase ,ln.,;-w.|g6B,; and;:the~effi'|>li(if^|etf| of the � Al^fta^'systei^iivli^^lil! the. hlghest'iiald teleppbiil' Dbmtpip|;.:,,{he:,:schep|^ l^oB^S, favtimblyy^^th: 1^ any of the;, states 'of: ithejj'southt new sohe^ule: niakes'iipi'bvisib^^^^^^ general-increase of about5tett;per?:cent; on the present-. sohed^le,;'of -wagesi';'^j''' ':: Anbthor "fekture^tbf^63^ bents'per hour; > .^I'^^^^tJ iMipll.............................................. el�>Vdt6r;bere,5\vllf''be utged: ',It-is be*. lie.vei?ifi&t'-i,t--,wol!ld?bB' a great boost; to^ -tl^lJCmillihg* indjjfst'ry,, ' and ,h|wS6,lji.;forcevln: Rural and long distancerlidemeil 42, 46, and'50 cents ,p -'-i^--'^**" Ground men-34 aai iiour * Rural and : ground, men-ri Cable BpUcers-67^ per hour. ' " 'in^'A i>'U � 'Cab^e 'helpers-37 ccp.ts5perAbuV,;f ,' Swltdhboard meti,-::42/ij^46|; m^.v 60 cents per hour. rl't'*'"' ' "r'l^h'^ , 'Distriot ',Elant lnBp,9e^rB7%f9|,T.Jgj: mo per jnpnth. l-.'' ' .^^i^^-^l V �I^i8tri6f;-wirq ^chi,6jg-^|J.00/;to'',|im per.'morith. * ^./-^ \'yYCfji - Assistant, swftchmen-;i|8P, Hflj^ll^SA per .month, , ' ' / ^ I! jTliere is no ot^er -in Canad^iWjiiera auc" have^'beem mads in- i ployees^'aa, iru Albarj now paid,aire ^flfty:' �than whan the 'B'elji| ^ , owned the. lines'in t&8jsj6,^ltfd Two'y?ara,ago them^f-femi! that the, linesitien woWfl^ (f they djdi-not .reoe'lve^'-wages.., f^Th'e �.-supe'^lii' Btem, fflat^ thbnijarf' |^ tfrft,,r^8ulj:f.%ftt^^]^infat^?i (fjiiibadlls^^r^ .'Mr. Micbenor, loader^of-the opposl-�r.. /; tion, while hot criticlsl^g the prin-?-'-.': ciple' of^'estattlishiiig- -"--aKrtcultUtal-,.-^!.-''"ted that it, might �b>". J^A -.,,.^.^,..-.�n^t6rsdlibolsrm^V"^'^/^\, lisi;fte\^M^4V % f' school' assessment ordinance,''and'ithoj 'J^' school grants drdinance ^-wafi-movettMi/ by Hon. J. R, Boyle,,who'said; thai)^ � .with therexpep^ipn .-ofr.the..proyisibrf�,^tj' fOjF consplidated.schools the blJLtinlt. i!to^$3p3' per.'annflm^qf. $1212 for^'tbur%i.i' I In', addition 'thboprovince an, a ,basia ' of,/eighty cents-.per.day Tpar>oo&*y':*;', ance-usod^-to ,take.^cbl,l,dren' to .thttj^j^ school, would' pav a consolidatca� t^elephC! a. m eleBhone,?TOr d^olo'sl bio. R900V1 ing''expie88e I alGbl idLU of AiiuCLi It cU.� ) more geneiQUnl rta . �* jj> i rc 1 1? Oil vLorr 'trict^''would-avail 'tbem'selvesi of -thai 'cbn^plidated', schools- p/ovisioiT ,aTi thatjthe system would be wojfkeS, 0" satisfactory. ^ /la, A^^,i|V *In reply Jio Mr. Mioheneir, Mr. B< -'" thejrdepfefttment'^'ac.eduoa^loal conductlng;.;Ui'q^lples:.iwltli|lf"^ � '} operation; j bt/',