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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE I)ETHBBID^BJ>A1XY flEBALP SHEEP Thursday, March 20,1013 We I)eg- to aiiiionnce to our patrons that, �we liave just received a shipment of new goods, including some excellent Kitchen Cabinets.. These Cabinets are in several styles, ail of the best qualiiy'. Before buying elsewhere come in and see our line. Yoiir. credit is good. The Alberta Outfitters DOMINION BLOCK SIXTH STREET SOUTH. PHONE-1735 ' MR. ASPLAND OF TABER HAD 95 PER CENT. INCREASE IN , HIS FLOCK aiiDE "REG Another instance 'of the value ot sheep as an all-round assut to the farmer, was given the Herald this morning, by Mr. O. Aspland, ot Tab-er. who bought a small bunch of sheep last year for $3.00 per head. Mr. Aspland stated that these sheep were ranged oiit most ot the winter and only Ave per cent, were lost through storms, coyotes, etc. He has linislied lambing the bunch and they made approximately 95 per cent. Increase. Taking the greater part of his wool crop for expenses, this leaves a total net return of about 90 per cent, on money invested. Besides this, the sheep have almost paid their own way by their destruction of noxious weeds. Mr. Aspland states that when he wishes to sell, lie can rcali7e about $6.00 per head, so his total investment would be practically quadrupled in one year. What Mr. Aspland has done is only an example ot the wonderful returns from mlxed-larming, and any practical farmer can do the sanw. SON'S TESTIMONY Nearly Three Million Voted (Continued from front page). tvienna: Auktria, Mar. 20,-Th^ Aus-.government brought, the Balkan ^Mngi^saver*!;"demands, .on , Monte- !Jjj;'TAp:;-sA(Ustrten. .MiDister. at., CetUnje, Mbntene^n' capital'.: wis*^ Insthict-i�dlo Inform the Moatciegrlzi govern-ijm^nt that it-must .comply with the following; J :>7-it;The trea,.�xit. from the fortress of iBcutarl of aVi^pn-combatants.. ;\�';;;�bcp}anatioji> of th� rdeatb- of a rCath-�o|^c priest narafdirfalio, who, is said ii^'ibaveAbeen-.^kllled beoanne. .�e op-v^SOBed. t^e ^yi^ of pris- ^v't^ioleutv conversions f>niKbattleshlps' and rjthj|#sm'al/sir warships left Pola, the 'cnlef-iAaistrtah-naval station, yesterday fo^ an unknown destination. It iJSj spppose^ tljat. they are to support ^dai^'s depiands- , . Budapeaie, March 20.-An official version of - the incident In which the A.ri'strlan steamer  Skodra figured at San. Olovaanl di Medua, was given out h^Vfe toflay. It says: "The Austrian merchant'steamer Skodra went to San Giovanni dl Muda to discharge her ckrgo, hut'-the harbormaster of the port forbade the landing of the cargo a;^d ordered Capt. Blasich to assist in the landing .of Servian troops and war munitions from 'some Greek (ships.. Capt. Blasich refusod. '*^n the meantime the Turkish ettils-ref Hamidieh arrived and sank four-of rthe Greek transports. The haErbor-mftst'er, after the departure of the Turkish oruleer, called upon Capt; BlaiSlch to help rescue th� drowning SeVviaiis. The Captain of the Austrian vessel der clined in view of the danger wlilch "wonia be attendant upon such afftion. '"Tlife commandant of'the town then threatened tovopen'Are upon the crew of>the Skodra and a Montenegrin gendarme forced the Austrian steamer's engineer at Ithfe point of a revolver to open the. steam valves on the Skodra. As soon as the gendarme left the.ship. Captain >BlaisIch steamed away from the porfat full speed.' ' Smart and Stylish Easter Weambles at UNS REAiy ter the close of the session aiter the respective nTerits of the various sections of the province to he formed into new districts have been given due consideration. Opposed Roads and Bridges Very few Items are challenged by the opposition', but the Conservative members made .a determined fight to have the appropriation, for the trunk roads, bridges and drainage of roads held over until the minister of public works furnished the house with detailed statements as to wliere the bridges Avould be located, and. the roads constructed.' The minister refused to furnish the information on the ground that the program for the coming 'season could -not possibly be completed and decided upon for some time yet- as the demandsii for new work-were constantly, pouring, in on the department from the various members. The opposition insisted on blocking this appropriation; however, and divided the committee and .it was not until the. government majority came: to , the support of the minister of public works that, the, vote finally passed. This mfeans that woirk can begin without unnecessary, delay, as soon as the season starts, "rhis is . the critical time of the year when arrangements have to be made for the .season's work and the attempt of the opposition to delay the vote, and thus delay the. work vi'as resent' ed by the Liberal members. AGAINST FATHER LONEV MURDER TRIAL IN PRO-GRESS AT OWEN SOUND -WHAT BOY SAW Owen Sound, Out., March 20.-The Love murder trial continued this morning, with Arnel, the son of the prisoner continuing his evidence. He was shown two coats and two pairs of trousers belonging to his father, biit said his father was wearing ou the day of the murder a pair of trousers which he bad not seen ^Ince. The hoy told of the happenings, the night the body was found, and said his father ha'd told him to say he had seen a strange man In the road. V Counsel, for defence failed to convince Amel that the missing pahts now formed part of a patchwork quilt which he exhibited". '^'PiwhailJly, the most important mat-^'fvteSrltoj.'bft.idlsoudsed-^ at. the Monday �^||jjgDlal.meetlrig of the council will be *;therplatfs for:the new filtration- plant' tjiortirfhe' Two. J^eiekatagot! the City Engineer was re-, i-lqueslted ito prepare a report on thiS' ;�asatttr::and ;place R In the hands of eift'.-^es'icounciL :Wlth' as little delay as fe^ids^lbl^;! ati it is evident that the clfi-' 'izenaMius^ .'be :'better protected in the i;|iiatter.of ajpure water supply than ' Ij.e^^haTOvhepn In the i>ast. irj!.4GUyrEng1neer Bl^nchaird stated (o SithdlgHe'raid- this morning that he ^,j-f!yoi�id: complete his report today. It ^Ssi^^^go^tO'^ihe; chairman of the public ^*:^ork8\ committee, and it Is likely '%'vfthat the committee will hold a meet-*^jln.g on. Saturday,' so that the matter i||�:jimay.,,come up on Monday with their ifer.ecommenditlons. ^pKSs;?;5lt; is understood that the City, reporting on three systems. lij.ivSvheri-the question-was up for a pre-|t|fe4lmlnary discussion, by the Council ife|ss'ome''tlme agb^^^ was of fl'i'ithp'OpinloB''that the best plan might Hot "X" Buns �JSice fresh Bans and �Easter Cakes of the ^,\l.,best and purest *A materials^ ?/a^/,U,'eave your orders for Friday Mi^pJy;io onsure.prompt delivery. IWe^- speciaUze. ia delicious 'llalrsl Puffs and Cream Goods I^B-aRcy ]?astrys of all kinds,, r^haye all ithe "home-made 'UWB?' � -� + / Out.: Eiiire Ice BAXTER CONFESSES; be to place the filtration'plant on top of.the hill, on the city level. 'His reason for'this was that the plant might he utilized should the city ever instal the proposed graYir.y line. This plan 'will be set forth in the report. � The other systems will be,for plants on the'river bottom, and the one to be recommended by the engineer will he>that described in the Herald a couple of weeks ago,' when the mitter was first broached. Thfe will be a gravity system. In which the water wUl-be treated in the: subsidence basins with chlorate of aluminum ta remove the silt, :passlng thenithrough the filters, and;Vthence to the clear water wells, whence it will be pumped to the maingi ;-  = The engineer;, has estimated that, by paying the'Interest and'�principal on the plant, which will about $.75,000, the cost'per head of population will be abppt tWQi doll.ars a year, provided the popnlation remains as now. Any increase would.mean a decrease In. the coSt per'capita. While it is getting late In' the year to call for tenors for the whole contract, the^ngfjjeer believes,, that, as^ moat of the^-maolTlnery used in the" plant win b^ stjtple ..goods, It should not take mose'^than-six'months to build. Work hauling' the gravel for the plant be started as soon as It is decided'^lo bu'ild the plant,- In order to have it on the ground before the flood season.' - MONTHS FOR BOAT ivirs. george i'..shirley had long wait" BUT she is now sailing , After waiting since last November | to get, .a;place on,,sivboat .bouiid: :.for Canadian shores,, JVJrs. Geo. Shirley,, of :London, Eng., � is- .'now' on the ocean,.'and will^Jom Irer husband at Sweet Valley witliin the next wee'i SAVEDROBT. WAITE orwMrs. Shirley,,hpoked .her pass- ^,.J�recent-ly arrived . from -tfe'Old:,Country state j-that the imm grstion from-the British Isles to. Canida; this yearwill he greater tharr evcglbeforc. This' is evid^^nced^by the laii'dine' ot 3100 jass^ engers,, mos'tly new settlers, in Montreal a couple- of day^-'iago'.within: the space; of 3&.^:liours. , � BLAME IT ON.; .TIGHT, MONEJY "Winnipeg, Man., March 20.-^For the first time'in many months the "clearing house returns ,of the week show a diminution from the.figures of.the corresponding week pf, the preyiouB year. The loss in this case is approx^ Imately $700,000. Following are comparative figures:  Week ending March 20, 1913--$24,-812,17.9;., corresponding .weekji; 1912, $25,590,800; 1911--$19,471,655. ' SKIP THE Montreal, J^^r(ih" 20.-No' 'arrests have yet been*;fmao;e' In,' the. alleged Hochelaga couptj^^ bribery' ca66 In whloh Hon. Loi^fsCQderroMs Involved. It appears - that >ihe two; nie'tx'' f op "whom warrants, Avere,? made oiit',' I'eft Montreal two weeKajdgo.' MeSnw.hlle there isjnp Ijidlcatfbii^of'cWU action being jMi'^ered, aga^nSfriiWr.'CodBiie. ,M(j>h m sf.VTktf Ift' ''ot/Brap'tf or'd,-for-rty/^-;hbfeltfikii.-'.iBfd^dv' aged � 69; HON. COLIN CAMPBELL BETTER Jlontreal, Que., March 20.-News has been received here that the Hon. Colin H. Campbell, minister of public works of Manitoba, who has ^been staying In Jamlaca for his health for some time. Is on his ^ way home In charge, of two nurses and a doctor. It is understood that his sojourn-In the West Indies has done him good. Mrs. Campbell is now on her way to New York to meet him. tribute to king george of greece in british house London, March 20.-The House ot Commons this afternoon voted the expression of condolence to King George and the Queen-Mother, Alexandra for the assassination of their uncle and brother. King. George of Greece. . Premier Asqultb and. other cabinet minlsterrs paid handsonve; tr!bute!> to the dead monarch,  . �sons lowing of Suits at $25.00 No better Suits of blue and black serges or tweeds or worsteds were ever offered in this city. The materials are of excellent qualities and the makeup and linings are of the very best. \ SlS^.g'^Sr*''' Also attractive styles and .un-_.^^^ usual values in Spring Suits at $i6;$i5,$r8andi2D;' ^Got your new conelNOW -then have your nev\r summer frocks fitted over it. Insure cor- CORSETS GET YOURS HERE. New Jolinme Coats- V Easter Gloves and . Neckwear.�/.^ijrj;,.,.:^ ; Every pair of Kid Gloves sold .here carrl^ the-; guarantee'of the malver and ourselves.; s Boutlllon'and T.retousse Makes, in, Ijlaplc, or ,  colors, at per pair ' ..^j..'..-'� $1.00, ,$1.25 and .$1.50 Newest Easter Neckwear We want you to see the many new Styles in low cut collars, wide Jabots, tailored Bows and lace Novelties. Prices, 35c to $1.00 la Grey^ Brown and White $12.00 Full Length Coats $10 up G.C. a la Grace Corsets This celebrated High Grade,.perfect fittlnig'and long wearing corset, ;' $1.25 and upio $3.50 Extra Hosiery Values for Saturday. siuk lisle ' hose-rVery flne^ quality, with double heel and toe, wide double gafter J .j tops. Special, 3 pair for SJLK HOSE AT SOc".-Blacli perfect-in every way per pair or'Taii SllKHpee Saturday, , Free on Saturday AT ANY TIME AT THE EMPRESS THEATRE. Serge pr^3s iGpods Black -Serge'Skirts,-made of pure woolmaterlal, rhedium Weight. Special $3.00 Boys' Suits and Spring Top Coats The new stock is here and Ave^want to tell you the values are the best .ever, at |4.00 and |5;0p,we can give you smart stjdes made from excellent tweeds and worsteds for boys 5 to 12 years of age. �  Litd^ Buster Brown Suits $3*50,^^$^ Top Coats at $4, $4.50 and $5 Bring,the Boys along and get Free Tickets for-Tlieatre . ; I traffic tied up in minneapo-lis district^springi gets setback: � iMETED TO KOREANS alverstone'retiring Ijondon, March 19.-It was announc, ed yesterday that the resignatloH of Lord Alverstone, the Lord Chief Justice, would be made public before the next sitting ot the law courts i on April 1. It is said his auccetsor will be Sir Rufus Isaacs. ..... SXJNNY CALIFORNIA SOKE ON JAPANESE a baron gets six years F6R conspiring-editors also sentenced .want alien law or threaten .to .drive..them.out; another. way A POPULAR ENTER'TAINMENT The, celEbrated Herald',' Sqiiiar^!'entertainers, who appear'ln'.the S, O. E; hall .tomorrow evening, .ought, ^o attract a large audlence.'�They ,cpme--'u;n-der the auspices of tlre^:Suriday school of Knox Church, and the jprcqpgds'-aTe; in aid of the piano fund.;,feThAs male, quartette of this musical' orgaftl^atlon-Is alone worth hearing.' ,' !� - j,. * TO G.ET ANOTHER SETTC'IeR Mr. T. B, Sharman has rerturped to, his home in St.  Paul,' after weridlng two months with his pareiits,';Mr. .a^id Mrs.; E. A, Sharman, ' of ::;2,p4,:,|iftilth street South. ' �,' Mr. Sharman expressed ,hlms(elf,'as' being' very favorably Impressed. ^Wlth the Lethbridge district,- and-ifatends .ting here In the hetig-future. Minneapolis,. Minn., ..March 20.-A cold, wave driven in by a snow storm riding on a higlv wind, swept over Minnesota, Dakota, Monjiana and Central Kansas tonight, changing a foretaste of spring back to winter. It did much da wage in some sections, and in some parts of the northwest tied up traffic. In Minneapolis the storm was accompanied by' a drop of 36'degrees in temperature within 12 hours, The Mercury sliowed 15 degrees 'above zero at 10 o'clock this morning against 51 above at 1 p.m. y.osterda'y./ '' � .';"'' ' � { �". ,Loo�vI: weather; tor today is snow and colder,; w'ith a probability of l;e-' low zero temperature. 'iOThe-train service in parts,of North Dakota "and Montana is demoralized; tralBc :.lje'lng'completejy tied up on ithB".Qrpat Northern between Cutbank 'ari^ Whltefish, Mont. There have been no'trains on the wheat line of the Soofoad between BgeUnd and Over-ly,',iN. p., sinpe last Thursday, according; to dispatches from Grand Forks. ' may NOT survive day ; r. Troy; 'AT.Y., MaVoh 20.-^The oondl-tlQn>(of'��foraioi' .iSbveTlnor Frank >� S. Bliioki^iwho: is; suffer^ from valvular dlseal^rof the'heirt,. was very grave today.' He is unconscious, and may .not-.Uve'stbroughout the day, . , ; Tokio, March 20.-Ninety-nine' ot the Koreans, charged,with conspiring against Governor-General Count Ter-auchi of Korea in 1910, were found not guilty by the court today, according to a despatch from Seoul. The judges sentenced Baron Yun Chi Ho, a former Korean cabinet minister as well as Yan Ki Tak, a Korean editor, and three others to six years' imprisonment each. . At the first trial IBaron Yun Chi Ho and .several ot the more prominent p?,'is-oners were sentenced to ten years' imprisonment and the others, to terms of Qve to seven',each. RIDING TRUE TO TRADITION Smith's Fails, March 20.-Ebbs, Conservative, was elected here yesterday to succeed the late Cot vMatr hewson, with about 400 majority; , The peat is a safe, Tory hive, never havlngielected :a,L1hera'l. ,Mathe,>VBOu waBr,eI�ted by acclamation..! ; ; Sacrarri.entp, Cal., .Maroh- 20.-Bitter denunciation of tlie'land laws of - California thaj, have permitted the growth of Japanese fanning" dbniimun-itles in many parts, of ithe. State, was mad4 yesterday,; by a , delegation- of San Joaquin' Valley fariners; .before the Senate committee, on judjclary In connection with a demand'for.anantl-alien land law. Threats of adopting summary measures to drive out the Japanese if the legislature .failed to give relief, .were made, , . NEW KING RE/^CHEDJ: CAPIITAL Athens, March 20;w4Klng Constan-tihe: arrived in Ihe week:; He .trayelle.d.-- to ';this :oity by ; automobile from .the port where, he landed. pope 'not' allowed ' TO "SEE. DIAZ .Some, March'^-2,0,7--Br'of. 'Marchiaf; Fava, consulting physician to Popfe Plus :Tefus,.' 73 54 51 ;