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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. Lethbriclse, Alberta. We ^. .J THE STRICKEN ? * � Wife' : Athens, March 19.-Queen' : Olga, of Greece, was too much ? prostrated by the news of the' > fate of her husband to sail for ? Snlonikl last night, but she left ? today. : When her sons, Prince ? George and Prince Andre com- ? muniqated the pews of the ti'a- > , gedy to her, she fell fainting, ? in their arms, and ' only re- ? covered to swoon again. This for a year. J. S. STEWART, M.L.A. Who objects to Diamond City, Kipp, Lethbrldge Collieries and other mining camps being taken into the city. He said ro self-respecting Lethbrldge man would run * ? > * * � shareholders willing Montreal, Que., March 19.-At a Bpeclal directors' meeting of the Banque International today, it was de-elded to transfer their shares to the Home Bank of Canada, on the basis already agreed upon. LL REOOl IflE COST OF S ? ? powers becoming >  impatient. ? Cologne, Germany, March 19.-The European Powers are preparing to demand from the Balkan allies a, speedy termination of hostilKles In. Kuro^ pean Turkey, ioc'ordlng to an inspired dispatch from Berlin to the Cologne Gazette; ? >  ^^ �> 4. Nationalist Who, is Running the Country Ousts Postmaster Morrison. Coleman, March 18.-A.,M. Morrison, postnia.ster at; C'oleman, received notiificatioft this morning,, to the .oE- foct that Frank C. Graham had, been | preparing a central Prof. Arlvell Here to Arrange lor New System of Handling' Slicep l^RENCII PAPER WAS MULCTED FOR LIBEL London, a.^arch; 19,-Judgment was givort today'in the 'King's Bench di-A'isiotVt fori-AttorneyTGonaral Sir Ru- sius : Isaap. .nrid) ';^Postmastor-General herhavt ,SamrtieI against the : ii^renoh'newspaper .Matin for libel in connsption with ;the recent contract �made betvireeh'the Br'itlsh'governnient' In. the' Mareo'nl ,\VirBle8S company. i Who .^newspaperliwis ordered -to - jpay. , el.I,.,!the. costs'... , . I ;;,/niey,1\I^.construed as a reflection, .on sh'lsHrutbfulness, and demanded a,' wlfedm.^r. Dr. Stewart-refuaSSiAtOr-withdraw, ;^nd fo'i- a time the .Hbuse .was at a standstill. � J.. Simpson,  the chairman ot the cornmittee, 'supported MPifBoyle,' and still Dr. Stewart refused to withdrav/, and asked for a rulmfe of the House, The' Speaker', was called to the chair, and for a time it looked ominous, as tenipers were beginning to get short, owljig to the length of the Eittlng. The Speaker, however, decided that it would' be better to leave the decision on the point till today's sitting. At two o'clock the Premier moved the adjournment until ten-thirty this morning.. Protests were raised by the opposition, who said they had not had time to consider the redistribution bill, and would not be in a position' to discuss it unless more time were allowed. The Premier agreed to an adjournment liil til 2 o'clock this afternoon, which was. agreed to, but ho also gave notice that ha -ivlU move today that the House be adjourned till ten a.m. tofaorrow, ' A discussion on the 'reciprocity issue is billed for Thursday, by George P. Smith. . -Mr. Smith today gave notice that he would move on .Thursday: "That this House regrets that the wesent government of the Dominion of Canada has failed to make any reasonable effort to' secure to the farmers the benefits ot a wider market." CAPtAIN AND MRS. TUTTE The new officers in charge of the Lethbridge Corps of the Salvation Army FARK ARE IHRE USE RE' P U 0 ,;..;.,;..> .> : > : : THE STRICKEN SISTER NEW KING goes TO SALONIKI Ja.nina, March 1!).-Constantine, the new King of Greece, left for Sal-oniki today, after handing over to General Danglis the chief command of the greek army. When the telegram announcing tha tragedy was read to him last night, the Prince v/as unable fully to grasp its purpose. London, March 10. - The Queen-Mother Alexandra, sister ot the murdered King of Greece, has recovered from the first shock of her brother's death, and she is giving personal attention to the flood of sympathetic messages received from all parts of the world. King George of England joined her early today and remained with her until aHei-Doon. Tlio flags on all public buildings in London were at half-mast today. Dur-ing the changing ot the guard at St. .James' Palace, opposite Marlborough House, the band played the Dead March from "Saul.' : : : : > ? ? ? �! ? > ? p u REDISIBUTI IN rliiSETO ESIHE FI!-FIVE i Lethbi'idge Includes Coal Mines Whicli are Adjacent to City- iVames Ncav Ridings POPE ABLE TO. RESUME DUTIES Home, Italy, March 19.-:-Pppe Pius today for the first tlmc since his in disposl'tion was present at a celebration :,of Mass outside his bedroom. His  sisters and niece'also attended the ceremony. ! The numerous messages received by the Pope in connection with his name-day today included telegrams from Cardinals Gibbous, Farley and O'Connell. UOGEWINTER IS ^ . tEAlG LETilGE �;>' 'Ottawa, Ont., March 10.- . ? . goes* to Calgary as, Junion > Judge of the County Court, and > t> is succeeded by John A. Jack- > :',son;:ot^ Pouoka.'* The appplnt->i:'jneptsiihave just beep,made.> ' - , ^ * � * � * ^'t^:^ * * � Edm'oiittm, March 18.-The introduction of the redistribution bill is causing' quite a � flutter among the members' of the opposition who had been kept stcictly in the tlarU ahout-the prop04i|d,H�ha"ngBS, and, a .s.tnking speech.on"the"budget .trnm:.lhe_Hon. C U 'Mrtchell, ^minister of. public, works,' uii'derwhose department the proposed expenditures come,-^ycie the principal event's ill the legislature this afternoon. . � Providing ^j[qr- 16 addit'ont'l- constituencies aild..a'{.total of 55 members in the house, the goi'ernmcut redistribution bill was introduced this af-ternoonv: In place of the 'U constituencies which there are at present, the bill provides toi: 55 consititueiicies. Calgary ii5 givdiSt,'an additional imeui-her, the city being divided into three separate :uo'ustitucncies. North Calgary, .SouUi Calgary, and Calgary Centre. � The former constituency of .Strathcona is changed to South Edmonton. Each of the 55 constituencies will return one member each except Edmonton, which has " two as at present. : The new constituencies are as fol-, lows : Grpuard, Clearwater, Beaver' River, St. Paul, . Whitford, Edson,' Wainwnght, Battle Uiver, Coronation. Hand Hill, Acadia, Redchff, Bow Valley, North Cal.i^ary, ."South ('dlgar.V, Centre Calgary, Little Bow, Warner. The three ^.l^algarv .constituencies take tlie. plaice of the .one constituency returning two re.'emters at tlia, present, tune. Pakan disappears into two new con.stituencies. .New C'onstit'uencies Calgary Centre in business portion of city. North Calgary takes, in portion of the GlelchenridiniT, while South Calgary takes in-portion of Gleichen and also small part of Okotoks. Bow Valley is the eastern half ot the present: constituency of Gleichen, dividing line .between ranees 21 and 23, of the fourth nwndian. llcdcliffe lies imrrfodiately east oi Bow Vallfiy,; it is formed out'of a portion of the Medicine Hat consti-tuciicy, and extends to the south boundary of Acadia riding to South .Saskatchewan river, and northerly limiLs of vMedicine' Hat- LittlQ Bow is a new constituency tailing in ea.slern portions ol present constituencies of High River, Nonton, Claresholm and Lethbridge district. It extqnds southward -from Ihe north boundary- ottbe 18th township to the north' boundary of the tenth,, he-, tween ranges-2'i> and 30. Tljcnew, riding of'WAinwright takes in. the soiitherpi-'porticn of Vermillion and Alexandra.v . Warner is the east half of Ihe pres-; ent constituency of Gardston, the dividing line being between ranges 18 and 10:;,Avest;of''tho' Fourth Meridian. E((son is a large constituency taking lu'all ot-that portion lying to the west of,Stopey Plains, Red Deer apd InnisfajJ;'; p^rt "ot which constitvi-ency it include^. ''^ ' . Battle River, takes m part o! Sedge^'loit. cori^titijf ncyi; ijt lies .soutt ot the new I'Wihg of Wafnwright and'. IS bounded on' the' sbuili' by the northern hbuidarj; ,ot townshi-p 37. she can W^LK now Afontreal, iVlarch 19.-Miss .\rary Dubois, 20 years old. suffering from tuberculosis of ..the neck and^t leg glands, confined to her bed for four months, and unable to rise- until treated by Dr. Friedniann last week has so far recovered as the result of his treatment, that she can walk around.  . umE�Rite; TOWNS ALONG ALae:tisydW\UUWi will h.ave a member all their own. V 35; : ^ - .^4,' C-armangay, ."Warcb , 19.--The creation of the new ridingio/be known'as Little Bow Is giving great-satiBfactlou here, and is, In fact,, popular'in all the territory interested. The riding will extend from south ,ot Noble, taking in Noble, Barons, Carmangay;, Champion, Vulcan, and , extending, north to the Indian reserve, ilt 'wlli; extend a township west', taking that much olf Claresholm, Nanton,  and; High River ridings, and' will go oast-tour townships into Hon. Archie'Alc^' Lean's present riding. � 'v.' The convention to nominate a Lib-, era! candidate will likely be held on Tuesday next at Carmangay, which is the most central place,..and the uaaie most prominently heard, at present Is that of Mr. James McNaughton, mayor 'of this tcv/n. He would make a strong candidate, and,;in the opfnion of his friends, a sure winner. If rniplement Men i?e-conie Drastic, U. F. A. May Handle the Problem , "Our agents arc getting orders to report in .Saskatchewan. We'll boycott tliis province, and -see how the fanners can get along without us." The implement dealers are evidently taking the new Implement Sales .\ct very hard, and the above remark from the representative of one of the companies m,ide to the Herald thi.s iiiorning, indicates that some of thcni will endeavor to boycott the province completely. "Wo do a cash business in Franco and Russia. I guess we can do ; the same here." ,V "It's a move in'the right direclilpn. It something had not been done soon the implement companies would havQ owned the whole province." That remark from a well known farmer irom the south country indicates the faith the farmers have thali the act will work out right. So far the implement dealerj? are ^ marking time and waiting to hear from their head olTices. "If the farm machinery companies , boycott this province as a result ot an act passed to protect the farmers, It is up to the farmers to retaliate," said, another farmer of wide experience. Ho believes that the United Farmers ot Alberta have the means �vvithin their grasp to place themselves in a better position as......regards farm miachinery than they have , ever been before. "Down in Illinois, the fanners * found that they had been paying two ; prices 'for their machinery. They de- '' \: cidcd there ^vas only one thiugtodo, -Jind that was to co-operate and build their own. Nearly every farmer'in one part of the .state subscribed tc. a . � company to manufacture farm iniple- � lucnts right -in the .state. A plant worth $2^500,000 aj, jPlano, 111, 'i's*'" the result, and the' farmers are sup'-pottirtg' it,., and getting-rtheir?m'aohiiw cry., away'below the_ usual piices.. "A binder-'-aQld -her^-f�i--$180 'Is-' '^-' u nctured in the east for aboKt It costs' proti&hlr another- -S20-'' , ",hei,e. Tp ,sp11 it aaA-^t'J Ins pfpfil 'the implement dealer taXts over $100, ' � " . > / "Albeita can manufacture machin- , ery, probably not quite so cheaply as it can be done in the cast Patents can be found, and it the talked-of toy- ,' cott goes too far, the U. F. A.^ought.,'"'j-.;! to be able to follow the example ot-,,^''' the tarmeis ot Illinois, and place, '  ihemselvcs where they could talk 'to ' the implement concerns on eveh . terms.. . .,' ' '/:v; ''o.^^'^'i!'fe':;'ilii; Itus known that the tanners are//'' gathering data fibm the Rlano ahrt,.,^ other co-operative farm machinery j manufacturing companies, and the at-,, -titudc of th� implement companies .".j" \? toward the new act will decide thelc -.'"'^ course. fire 'in � a german mine Bochura, Germany,^ March ID.-rFire''"""Il broke out early-today In the President v' |',g colliery, npar heie, cuttftig off, the t'' * superintendent of. the mine, and, S.?' > * ^ unknown number'of miners. The  fire started closc to the main shaft V and spiead rapidly Later the mih.- ' ' 1'^ ers wei-fe 'got 'ouu.'^wJthout^ injury.-; ARE USING ,THE STEAM ROLLER METHODS The naval sltuation-,at'Ottawa, from the Liberal standpoint; can be su|nr;J%^^^^^^ raed up in one sentence: ' ' .JntmdUced 'by 1 the Hop, Robert s.^g^rs'.'Mt:* hour Friday night,lagjj'a|^^''It 'is evIdoW that the pQUjvl;ry:;,WlU;Pot,j' putting the mea8iiV6"'-liiri3|Ugli bjj Vnoh -methods'. ,SentlBa^nt''^is^-'Jlk^ aroused throughout/%]ijj;fco^t'ry] M aibcount of' ithe tw.tJ^lll^ntr'od'ttCB^^,^ government "---- -"^1--'--'"'.'a,. -i_ ,,,si.,,-,^,,tiij''^ on the floor ^i'-i' 73 15072781 62 7 2 ;