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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta / - VOLUME YX. mm A10 CAL ii'FOR IHE ON Of ;i iNraii am Three Places Were Mentioned by Chairman ^a'gflj.;of''(SraIn Commission at ^Sitting Here Today-Fariners'arid Millers Give Their Views on the Ship-  'ping of Grain "Tinxa are tiitea logical places this Internal storiigb .elevators roight be :; Ibcatod;, These'iare;liVtto Edr 5jhonton> ana,-lOat^aryrAVe have not deJinitelj' tleoided,where the proposed elevators sKould ho placpd, but, we are" gathering gata on this tour iii that (jotfneotioh." , � This statement bv Chairman MagiU  of the" Boiard' dl 'Qrala. Oommissioners was thev hub ol the discussion oJ the BesBlon In Str~Augu8bin's Hall this morning. It came somewhat as a BUtpdsQ-to the'Board of Trade, tor they had thought that the internal eicvatdr question was not to be dis-fctissed at this-^ime. Consequently it,, left them unprepared; and no resolution .'supported -by data wa� subuJit-ted aslting'- that an internal elevator be placed h�re. This unpreparedueas however;' .will" hie ,overcome, and oa March 28, when ,the' Comniiflsioners; meat again lir {Edmonton, a memor7 lalVasfcingithe'gdTernmenli to 'locate an elevatot hero, will be presented, andi-a.-delegatioh'swlU njake the trip jiorth 'for'i that - purpose.' It was: considered rather unfortunate by those ,!Who)have.': thev .thait iihe Lethbridgc case -was not ready, ; 'today, rPresident/ilves of., the Board of' Trade, ai>ated; The iiit�rnal elevator policy being advocated by tlio grain . comnriesloa , was opkiolJitiB jlSoSt important parts : ijt iW i^m^ORf. Oiiftirman McGill, , ,.?�d.CQmlffl|^ers. W',..ECCStaples ai^dj tnifl^rlf^^lK'm'fr-^attd: Merr niett? iriteiSiWayiit*.iiSs^l�aij^^^  ^aifcr ,poU�y;;, it' Mas-iiioM -by/ W., C.:, Ives and saoondod by L. H. .lelilf, of Spring .jCouleOj .sithat .,-this.'. meeting i heartiIy;,endorseB':th6f-pollcy,ot: the Orain Commission-with regard to the; internal' eleyatpr sishema as raport�d to parliarnent. The motion was carriad unanimous- ,;.''ly,:;,there;;.'not(:;being'i'one'dissenting .volce.- After.tlie disoussk)n of the sample markqtJpoHjoy, 'the dlscussibn veered' to th& internal eleva,tcn: proposition. :!i> Both^ � arei olofielyi lallied;, Jt -waa:, man-tioned'by'-91.f'W. Green whea spoak-ii, j'lngi^oni.j^^^ He contended iltat they - would have to bo 'established to build up the milling indvl�trx,>^{pr;.it - the millers ^ are trf have^'kt^hin'd a supply of mill-\-, iag'Wheat (^f^itheVdesirable grade.s, afi necessary,'-He.wAHted to see one W . '.tablisKedv.iA-i^LetliSjrid'ae, ., � ' ........W,C. Ives :.i'fHi'^ouldHavo been worth -tho,usantls of dollars to the larmars;; otvSou,th9tn,i%.lberta it one ,htt-(i>i39en;*tabl�He'd ;t)ils year." ' . ,Mr,;Ma'|ilVI''!.Wc:have provided.for  7 ternsinfti^ ele^ra^^fSii'lTii flU 1 report :ito. the'governmentV bTits.we have not � ;fixed, tlw Jocatipjls'/,''It is for- each city W'makV'tut its jcaise.''''' *: ',^Mr,' Jcliff /aid>e.had contended' tor ,an inspetitfid^-and''prder"''point at. the in'efetiiig^ here, -jist fait' v';SJi:J!*r!!Mri,;thi!tteti�^l^^ eievitor wopWairfl- i :::;s,1)ee!vr;*aias#5ry�?-j|f^Ba ^sI^Q^itHesl&riiv^ ers of Wea^arri, Canada askpcl^jfor r?-.  oiproc^ty.' 'iJc'tdoVff^t ;-wiah?'t^^ politics, but;'we.=;^ant6dthe large "market^oithe^sqtLtli.Y^We were toldi that (our.wheat,should'ba mil'led^ at home. I,-l)elieve ;iV pow rests with th^ gbveroment to cirry dut that policy," V ' ' Mr'. Magill: ''iSome, of, the farmera- Rockies.. Then ad Canals, and lieutenant of Slr',�6hn A. Macdooald, who dled^at Perth, ont foday J,. FOR Giir ~ ORSEO AT LETHBRiDGE ~*-rrrr-rr^,--o : leral public only subacHbei.38 per cent, of'tte , �1,000,000, ? par value, debentureis 'of, ;> * ,the PaoIftc,.and' .Gr�,at Eaatera ? .> took 62 pW'cent Th'c4��tte .ift'. ? � guaranteerf^ by^; tine B^rltUli Oq\-L ? i^ Umbla- govemm�nti>.i;and;48 Te-  ? .deemabl^:la:,X.?4i3S,tvf.'--',,..^.,,-,,.,'-.r v-"^r'''{ � Mr. H. li. Helgerson, ot;'theyHel-gerson Land oompainjr, baa f, returned from'a two mont^js' trlp.to^'NebraBica, Ullndis^and 'WIacone!i)i.^ He reports that Intereat'ln Caiada'is greater thari ever and that th^ tide^ oX'^ American settlement t' notes .on wliicb.: the cattle i-were^'.boufeht,' the'profat? was "paid into the provincial treasury; - Have Not Full Power .Mft-;T.^�edle asked if�the.inanag'er ofithe'demonstratlon farm's, had power ;tQ igo]out and borrow aSiinuoh money tU they wanted? -',Mr.f..'-v-:i.;,?.-.rj^^^ . VPIfW,,,lt.-onj'',tIip RFounds Hhat it . 'Wciulri'Mj�6e'hlgheEielfiVatoE cba'rges." ' - i^'^Cf'Sl''^'? �ii^Mj'otter pric�s would - o^saVtMSj' ;t*e.j4rn^er would''jiave .ilpcl(W.,diri|;|?ain^^^^^ ' r'ould' then ;SDUther|^|fMw|lM^ -.e'lreiit,, ip' h&\c '01 lid I Vi Vpsfjli nd'-e'e Hgiu on ihii -.Vlt ROWDY SCENEp-i 'Gpt^^NUEl HOUSE FROM (Mft'iyiiljERS*NOT ' ALLOWED I'TO; 'sBEAKf ~ Ottawa, MArch A$^yw.o IVaS'mo outstanding *fejU;ujes#ln^'t''c6bn8ctioit with..tV all niglit m^0lii^lfiu^ except ,,tljat thlpr.e.fete tm^^ breaks of" 9Uaord�ffy,;^)?n^dttclt^ .io^^a part - of ;min^Btefl|i.:TOeiwB^VW^iroV were, wlnlted'at by;^*tgi?|i|t^iym^iti^ jti The olfargte , and other mlniJ jlerred, 'tt-^Veii Grain can be mixed by the owner, but not by the elevator men wherf-Jt is stored.' It is graded4nto the^ele-' vator by the government inspectora, and gmded out. of tlie', elevators" fdr, export\This jiiviH protect, tbe 'export! trade,and, retain the confideiice, ofv thel' European buyers. ' , \^ Although neither tbe farmers, nor the boards of trade in the souCh have staken a stand In the matter, G-.'Wi Green, .for the looal'board sof traSe' madp the following statement: ,c '^A-Benefit to the Varmer A sample market will help toiTe-l duce the great,;number;ofif6ommeTclal; and, non-commercial grades 'that,;are, on the srade markets " today.'^^The spread in prices on'March ioth'wfwi '30 cents a bushel and a spread of 40 cents a bushel has occurred. ^A sam^ pie- market would tend to out out XM'^ Intermediate grades which 'would naturally be sold on a sample market '^here and If this was done the lower and higher grades would natmally draV closer 'together. , ,The'' ins^~e,c^^ tipjji of northern grjadeston March-6t,K I an. ,two, leading 'mayliets were, as i|o'|^^ LlaWB! V,sV V '"4- ' -WlnnipeaTi'S?' oars, 12 different appropriations. Mr.^'W. F. Puffer, iACombe, as a practical farmer, assured Mr. Tweedle that it would be difficult, to make ap^ proprlations for the buying': of:',8teers ^ey'eral months ahead. It. might be" �that the'price would be^too high to -warrant *he province goiiifejnto feed-ling'steersj. or there might\be/a scarcity ;of'if eed; *V,The committee adjourned' till Fri-dftj^.- T �IS PASSEDW AGED -STATESMAI^ , SUCCUMBS !' ~,TO BRIGHT'S , DISEJASE- , , WAS OLDEST "mEM-".^ , BER IN HOUSE*^ ' ' ' R'^lii Mar^h iL -Dan MoKlanoii ei'ving a ahii rpin\^tt,,thp Mountwl P li. bai at d io.adli hla il&M'iyu. teidu and IS atil( at |ari(c,.' different ,>,!MliineapbUs, 348 cars, 6 i grades;":.-a; ' - . 'r^lnnlpeg.'^ ,b�|ing 'a,, gradematltet wljh'extremely low prices;on tl^e.lpw, rade8,- afftu,T%yy; >^^raots * .Idreign] 'hnvera ^--whn Tiln1*''iin Inv ttialv.'mhlif I Ottawa; March 13.-Hot}. John .Hag-gart, member of parliament for'South Lanark, died at his roon)s here today after 'an illness of several months dur-^^ atloni'.whioh,hovyever,;did: not become: /"acute 'until' a few hours before; the ejid. Death was due to Brlflht's dts-eaai. ,He had been confined to his ;bed for'^about two month's.,' -The fan- |'-"ln''lih t i> obc oi thn Inrpridtdiato r W^Q&haslsjit foi Grey^'EaslfBl^ic'e^^'srs.^! gradeB ind ,thua ih� hpio.id \in'^j?here:'ii.a Edmonton, March 12. - Now two .'members ot the S'elvea legislators composing the oppdsitibh-in the legislature could a�gree.von a-question' which was'. before,':tbo house for ',a.greater part of this alteriiofyi. This was the questimi cFt t^rlcultural schools to tpach' boys farming/ Seven opposition member's'h^'S^Von^tUiifrent' ways to suggest as^ ta how -this should be done, and IKrcc'^members ot ,the oppor' sition ,wentJ\^he jengtl};; of proposing amendmerttfey eaoh'iJquitB different to the motion ;before' the J' .house,* .which-was toi..pass ;a clause in,the agricultural school -act which! provides that the government:may.;establish an ag-^ ricultural.*soliool on .each of, the de-monstrataon. farms now owned, or; hereafter to be acquired by the provincial tgoWrnment. Tbe first Bimend^ .ment to''this Iwas- introduced by 'Har-, old Biley, Glejohen, who wanted to add tlia''words' "or' in such other place ..the,;,; iieuteuant-governor-in-^ council may decide" i A. ipramley Moore, Alexandria',, took the'view tha.t as,these schools,* were somewhat In,,the -natuie ,ol ."an ^experiment, 'only "o'ne school should b6; built ai the start, whereas, the act already,iprovid^es.;; for.,, three � schools,-whiicb: are.i'alreVdyiuhder confetruotioa; at 01dbJ-f,Verinllliqn''''and Claresholm/ Jfl0;,prop_9sod .an .amendnrient that one'i schools-boifstarted*as'.an .experiment; The* opposition, were'not content to accept i'^eKiicr 'the clidse as it stood or � Mri;JrRIlej;.'s';amehdmeat; providing; for'stilLKW.ldDr, areas in regard to es-tabiishpient' ot'^ .schools'; or-Mr. Bram-j ley Mojjre's which cut, tiie scheme'to' '"one-thira.-[ , ' r " * * i'A, Qute, L'itt?Ie. Scheme � >' Mr. Michene^ conceived special af-,i.fSctiorfpdr:Jprovinbiall:^,:v built eratedisch'borSj on Dominion government experimental terms at, Leth^ bridge'�^and.'Iiacombe.'^nd moved.' an^ mendmeiife,! w^Sridinglyi&ii i'^^ Mr'. Tweedle �wanted somethiag> else and moved 'ai^-amendwient , to cErta"b^ ilishiischools;, dn/;; botltWi^i^^^ and) experimental'farms, while John Kemm|s;, I^inclier C'reelf, seemed! .to; ^approvei,^_tB'pi:.^oyei;'hment i. idea, ''^but: -lupyedvaiii aipcndnjoi\t.!ithat:;thev provr inrana letting ha-combe,"'^pd every 'other place take, care 6U!iv^^X^^^'""^'^y.ftf,''' ' ,The 'selfentJi,'-'m&)ber,'of, tlie opposi-�tion.R^bti.i'Patt'orSdni^Macle'od, as an ';indep^dpnt;,' '.,als0!',;,,1;oqk.his own, " ,..qbnsiilj;>d.-^I^rtlrC ftu^reU ..^iHonJVjJuncan^IilifshitU "a^te^l ,1ihaf BRANCH AT THE 'HAT ? Medicine Hat, March 13 - The Saskatchewanrlron Bridge Co. have signed an agreement" wllth the city to erect abuHdv^ lag herc worth JlOOjOOO, and. establish a plant th1s:supmer,:: gietting the usual concession's^; The firm already hast a-pj'jAji'-'^^'t^' Moose Jaw, -which-it cannot; handle all orders. - " ir^ '� The moat important chajiges in th^ new charter are the sections providing tor the Initiative, referendum and recall, and the election ot oommis-, sloners. Some of the changes to which at-,-tention was called in -committee In- , eluded the new clause which will al- . low of ballots being marked on behalf ot .lews, who would not attend meetings. If they were held on Saturday. The committee struck out the right . on the part of th.^ city to grant a tele- : phone franchise to a private company. An amendment was made by the committee to clauses concerning collection of tax arrears. The powers :; asked for In this connection were alto- " ' gether too wide in the opinion of soifie of the members. ; The charter Bfepre^ sentations will probaljly be''maV'C'? ^'Har]and,aDd ^ydte.'^Sj n,avai,*atgh 4-4 iSel lects believe ?that jtliey h^eVfreaU' the quest ot an^uiisinltable ._Bhi;||^^ STAB-BED i'n;W|^%4|^v . Regina, Maroh^l2^^i:^]w'wo8|�' of ,Kj-onan, 'was'^sevflrel'y^'s'U'^JiJ John' Wfdenaer,, fo]l}owlng.^''a' mm. row tonight _ -'1913 mistpYfaf-A-g-- and.' fhpth COonciau a on pa�0 ll].' IK '4^ 1 ^jA?555;^j?^d;i;K:in thouglihlh^tl >ce,an*'^-'-'a*rate/(* 'Ijgrtafi ''�Wlili^ Lethbrldge's :.assessmentj:,;for' is slightly, over the S18,000,000 mark; This is an increase of'^$5,0(iO,QO^0' p'ver last year and increases ^ the'c\ty-'s'bor-, rowing, powers, by $l,O0O',QO0i''J, City As^sossor^Meeohi'o^plete'^-, his| prellmiaary' "rep.^irtj bn^^'tjif' ^'Sses'si](i'^iii this' mprriiDg's'and'' han|'^dt'i^^owrli!.tdil Iphalripai -"Skeiihf oJ*, fh^/ B^Sisment' cojiiBiitte'e' oi^.l This is'tlje-flVstyear-r'* ever> appointe4^v^tt-.>-^ mittee and, Ue^otsi'i act flgurifs the'eom' %ld, Ske{i;fi.';'Aird, ,Land,',f9,121,183'.'"!' ['\ ' u . � i%> '"i SuperaSBessment, ?85?,16,q.M ,"-.,' .',*Mi . ..Buildings,'?2,3'6�,7^0.,. J';' Stock, 737,800. Income, 33,400. , - f\ \ Thfes assessmept thfavyear provides.r f(;fif;the;Be-c'qnd'step,in. the directlotLti^fM; Bip^lef.tax, ',.,T;nfo:'thlra8 of; theT-awps^lf 85di;,va�e:A>?-l fill'. build]ng;a.'an^ i^oiemenfs 3rm;l>5r.'e}i'^^^^^^ ;;th(iy;V o"l 1 J�> Jblu 10 -7Ses�iei' pculd !tt?s trouble al tt �ast 01 y?aT tliQ total^llseWli ,ii!i: MqI tbo city was , $I3;20S,18K m^mD#oVia^-V:flf jJiJie. 84 ?209 62 35 88 ;