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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Mondft:rrH�reli 24,1913 THE LETl^BRIDGE D4ILY HERAXB Page? 'GAMESiTODAV London; March. 24-.-Easter Mon-_ day footbiili gaiiii'i* resulted as folio wb; '; "fHe Ueague^FTIrst Oivlsino i ' . . .' . Aston V111&,,4; Woolwich Arsenal, 1 Derby County, 1; Sheffield Wednesday, 4. . ; . ,' �� L4verpool, 1;. OlielBea, 2. Manchester bity, 3; Mlddtesboro, 0 Notts County. I; Bradford City, 8. SheftleTd USUedk 1; Sunderland, 3. West Bromwlcli; Albion, 4; Tottenham Hotspur, %, � ^cond.iOivislon Bradford, 3; Notts Forrest, 1, Bristol Glty, 3; Bsrnsley, 0. Bury, l; life^dg'-CUy, 1. � FulHaiti, 3; Btrmlngham. 2. Hull City, 2 iv Preston North" End, 2. '(irinisby � Tdwn, 0; Hudderafleld Town, 0. Leioester Fosse, 1; Clapton Orient, 0. 'j.-:'-*; ' Lincoln City, : 2; Wolyerhampton "W^nd this afternoon: , .Coventry; .3, , Wldnes; 14;'Wlgao, 2.. . Oldhftm, 0;' Huddersfleld.-6, Barrovf.B,; Rochdale Hornets, O.Hull Kingston; 0;>^Klngston Hatley, B. Leeds, 44', York, 0. Bramley, 0; Runcorn, Wakefield Trinity, 0;"Hallfax, 14. DewsbUryi IB; Hunslet-' 0. GHEW V U& L E Political Writer Deals with Prediction of an Uprising in Europe London,' March 22.--WrItln'g In the Dally News and Leader qh the European burden of the war, Harold Spencer says: "The fact Is that the governments of Europe have over done it, and in all parts of Europe there is deep resentment among tlie. peoples- against  the heacy burdens .which their rulers are placing upon them. It 16 clear that If governments, of the old order are go|tag to make tlieir rules so excessive then Europe;'bver burdened and distraught, may yet seek a.t; any cost or risk for some alternative method ot rule." Of course, there Is 'nothing' new or unusual in this thought. What makes It especially attractive at this time, is thatit follows 80 cio'soly on Premier A'sciulth's.statement In tbo House of Commonft' th'at thfl reform of the House of Lords would come before the end of 'the present .parliament and that the legislation by Mr. Asqulth's cabinet colleagues. Herbert Samuels, that "two characteristics of the proposals to be made will be -that the uew'seoond ohamber contain within It no vestige of hereditary ]^rinclple and that under no circumstances will the veto, power be restored.'' Followlns this' came an editorial which under !the title "Nemesis" said: "The absolete composition of the House of Lords has ^. been a fatal obstacle to clear thinking. The inevitable. prejudljce aga'lhst that' survival has blinded the masses to tlie real function of an upper'house . assiirlty for their own rights. If there is to be one act of this govreriim�nt,lh. which every thinking unionist will" find unbounded satisfaction it will be that �which proceeds to sweep'away the last ventige of a hereditary chamber. "Half a dozen,years ago there were few p.dheren'^s of 'conservatism who could Imagine . themselves not only tolerant, but grateful for such a prospect. Pftith In ,old insUtiitltonB dies hard with Englishmen,' and there wem many grounds for thinking that tH# historic peerage..retained sound el# monts; -ot. .statelmanBhlPr and jnight lend strenifth. and continuity, to the presentissystemiievea -iorcentuTles to come. It wa� imagined that it would be a refuge.for. the qualities of high principle,.' courage, unseltlshness and foresight,-^ for. which- there, was less room: and eafety- in the; rough and tumble of popular electioneering. "The history ofritihe parliament act shivered that ilUuslon to �. atoms. "It Is enough to know, that hereditary peerage collapsed, as every Institution collapsed, because the soul had gone out of-It, beciuse It had no longsE a .sufllclenoy of men who could follow .convictions fearless of oonsequepoea .� or Weigli the great tMngft.of -natural-security against the petty things of claas .privilege. The peers lost their, s^uls'vitb save their faces, and. In the en.d,^ia8 we now see, their faces'are -to follow their souls and so one of the great estates of the realm ooraefl to an end as a dis-.tlnot political factor, "An organ whl'chihas. lost the power of serving the body had been better removed and everything that aocel-qrates 'Mr. Asqulth's surgery. Is quickening a return to*Teal ability." FIRST OF FLAT ? 'RACES IN ENGLAND London,' 'March 24.-The flat racing season opened today at Kempton Park, when , the Queen's .Prize, a handicap, of $5,000, onei-'ind a halll miles, was iwon:^by 'Lord Carnir.von's Rlvoll,' lOOlbs.,- who started at �100 ta-8;i;'.atr: GfEtnt's'Midas, � llOlbs., .iwar-second; and, Mr. Kennedy's' VAyo-Aye, . lOBlbs., third. . \ ' 5- * * -fr * * ? * MAJOR TEAMS. ENGAGE IN HOT PRACTICE GAME TPPACCO ' i MILPrlSWEET, MPLLOW and JUICV , MvnMfsOiMrod by ' RO'CK, 9)TY"t6baf, the:BoheauJed,'{ieriesi'o'"Seven games here *bd�y, , Boston, 'with' two scores, held Pittsburg, safe � 'uii^U. tlie', fourth - Inning, w)ien lour.hitB wete'b'uiiched on ^Lebh^td 'for .^btee-; talUias:! "The fifth 'netted Boston�a!riin,,tfA%the game. N In>the svcce9.d[|ng:.ipnIngBi � Postar pltcl)^ fot ^o^ljcm 'and'- Adsnns tor Pit^tpbUTg,.....rwla^^b'^ ...-Heil^fic^. No runner, theretorfe^, �jidVfj/iictid beyond ' Batteries.- Leon'sirfc.H'oqter Thomiis; Carrl-g^ur' .Hehaticks, ff^fi and ^^'^^f%'fM^M^,' 0 and Ad- Take Advantage of The Grand Premium Offer llie British Columbia Magazine Is Offering Make Your Reservation Now And secure a choice lot In new subdivision now open in Beautiful White Rock Helglits. ' Elevation 150 feet from the beach and station, on high level land. No rook piles or gullies on the entire tract. ' Roads wll be opened up on, all sides of property, making it handy to, get In and out. � . . This property Is free from air incumbrances taxes paid up tor 1911 and 1912, and has Indefeasible title. Deeds delivered in ninety days; which time your last payment is made, giving you three monthp to pay this small sum. Make Yoiir Reservation Today WHITE ROCK. BEACH,. MOST BEAUTIFUL IN BRHT'SH COLUMBIA. Do you know what a splendid opportunity yo� have In the British Columbia Magazine's Ffes DlSr trlbutionof Lots, 33x124, in BEAUTIFUL . White Rock Heights by the Sea SOMETHING YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO OVERLOOK. TELL YOUR FRIENDS ABOUT IT m � � ; � � ^ � '�� ' A. 33x124 foot building lot in WHITE ROCK HEIGHTS given away as a special premium FREE (With the exception of a small fee ti cover cost of surveying, delivery of deed, etc.), with. TWELVE MONTHS' SUBSCRIPTION TO THE BRITISH COLUMBIA MAGAZINE, .VANCOU," ER'S FA,5TBST GROWING'MAGAZINE. � ^ . Only a Limited Number of Lots in'this Offer Don't delay if you want a good location^ for people, not only In our own surrounding co'mmulty,' but as far .east as Halifax are awakening to the rellzation of the fact that not only will these beautiful-lots prove a source of immediate enjoyment, but that it will only be a short time before their value will be greatly Increased, - , , White Rock Height*, Surrey, B.C. The ideal camping and summer resort of British Columbia; advantages not to be toun4-at' any other resoriin British Columbiti; magnificent, sea bef^ch, .bathing, boating,-hunting and all thd' pleasures of life can be found at White Rock, forty minutes by rail from New Westminster/, one' hour from Vancouver to White Rock Station.- As it would take unlimited space to further describe > "White Rock Heights" and do it justice, you are Invited to WRITE OUR SPECIAL REPRESEN-. TATIVE, H. H. COWLEY, AT LETHBRIDQE HOTEL, LETHBRIDQE, WHO WILL GLADLY GIVE YOU ALL INFORMATION. ' Here Is The Plan: The B. C. Magazine pays for the ' lot. You pay for the cost of surveying, delivery of deed and legal work. We are offering you lots 33x124 ft. valued at |200 now, free, for your sub-Btription to. the Brltisav Columbia. : 'Magazine for one year. This small investment will not break you, and Will mean a great deal in the near future. Grasp This OpportimitT, NOW >-Out out this coupon and mall to-r Date -1913, British Columbia Magazine, . Premium Department, a eas Pacific Bulldlno, or H. H. ' Cowley, Special. Representative, Lelh-brldge Hotel, Lethbrldge: Gentlemen-I am IntereMted In your White Rock Heights lots and would.j like to Jhave a representative call �nd''' show me photographs and explain your proposition. It ,la understood "that this does not place me. under>j obligation. 'Name /Address................... ..i...... 'Time most convenient for me .... .i-'...... ......... 1818 LINK WHITE ROCK WITH ' : ' NEW WESTMINSTER Early Construction of Electric Road is NoW Looked for ; > (From our Own Correspondent). . White Rock B.C., Feb. 14.-It Is learned-from a reliable source that Mr."D;.M.'Mao-Duff, chief engineer of the Interna'tional Railway and Development company, Ltd., recently left Vancouver for; London; .England, in the Interests of the above oompany, - As reported in the News last, fall, the I. R. and D. Co., Ltd., have obtained-a char^ ter and rights to build and operate tin electric road from a point In the Delta .to New Westminster to-a point on Semiahmoo bay, at or neaf White Rock, and thence on to a, point in the neighborhood of Huntington and Sumas. One of the officers of the company is a resident of : Wblte Rock , and though his states that there is nothing rforpublica'tlon at the present moment it Is understood that on the return of Mr. MacDuff from England co.nslruction work wIlMmmedlately com'mence. ' The principals IrfthO' matter are English capltalistB, some of whom werc out here last year to look personally over the proposed route. . ./ ; i . ^ ^ The government, road'gang' have been steadily working on the Johnson road all uuniu.ini^i- the winter and have now reached the junc-lion of the North Bluff road line. Grading will commence next week and It is cxpetted to have the road open and ready for travel to the Elgin road by April, tlius making % 17-mile good highway from White Rock to New Westminster, Instead of,-2E miles as formerly. . Three Hundred Houees - The early opening of the looked for at White iRock and from all-points come favorable reports, one real estate firm, stating that they have had more applications and inquiries regarding property In this district during the past, win;ter than they had. all last summer. It Is further stated that altogether orders are in and quotations given for about 300 new houses In White Rook town and White Rock Heights. This, with the work which the government, the G. N. R; and tlie Sur--rey council propose .to do will make Saml-ahmoo Bdy a scene of activity.'-Taken from Daily News, Westmlnste'r, Feb. 14, G.nN. R, MA.Y USE OIL CAR (New Westminster News) White Rook, Feb. 24.-It is reported that the Great Northern Railway is tr.ying out p. new motor oil car which runs ft about 65 miles per hour, and if found successful. will probably be placed on'the run betwae'p Vancouver, New Westminster and Whltfe, Rock, during the summer months, with ex--: tra cars when necessary. PLANS DRAWN FOR THE PROPOSED SUBWAY Chief Engineer of the Railway Commlsalonv Visits White Rock In Response to Ratepayers' Appeal  White Rock, Dec. 7.-Mr. Kerr, chief -ien-'. glneer of the railway commission, visited White Rock this week in company with- the : G. N. R. officials and drew plans for thei subway which is-to be built under the rail- . way tracks, according to the order -of the (Railway Commission. The seafron't road-/ Was also inspected in regard to the.'oomr. plaint of the*municipality that the cojppany; had not put. the road in as. good a conv dltlon US they had agreed to do.; Considerable roadwork has been done. by. � the Provincial governmen't, the Jahn~gdn road, which follows a most picturesque route to New Westminster, being graded toV within '.three miles and a half of .White" Rook, It Is expected with furthei-. assto tance from the government, tp have the Improvements continued right to the townslte by next, season.-Taken from Daily News-Advertiser, Vancouver, December 7. . .  .* -' therp are roads leading up to this BUj>-dlT-(t' Islon and the main governmeat and muoK vclpal road is only thretf minutes -walk. Thfe land, I do not thlnjc, will be very,? ' hard 'to clear, as the timber. Is not ver/ V heavy. There is one great �dvant�g� yoijt': property has; It overlooks the entjr* sea 1 .fropt, which naturally gives it an i�(!eptlote4 ; al advantage from a health standpoint; g�;� ' the slope is suffloient that any dralp�aie'' cbuJd be very readily carried off. .i t-^^'K^ Yours varr truly, ' ^ '\ ^ ,'�>.� v: . .; . . � , i ^ :H,,:p.^.LATp'JtM;x:y H,H. COWLEY, Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridfe qr British Colunibik 525 Pacific Building 744 Hastings St. West, Vancouver ;PHpiie Seymour 1739 f4 km M m m ONTARIO WAS HII WIIH CYCLON 1 } in Y^ars Greatest Hurricane Hit-Old Province With an Awful Blast ' North Bay, March 23.-North B^y wsiji visited by t.hs worst s^ortri in its history yestiy:day attornoori and evening. 'A gale 'of cyolonlp liiyy Ijer, gan iit halt past throe m the '^ftet-"' noon' and c-atjhued >yjtli sCarCqly'' a lot up until after midnight _'As' the weather was \^|'aim'a great niany persons were out.'and were cau^liti distances from home in tlio wind Whlobij grailually become colder until women and children huddled in doorways and alleyways out of the- wind,, suft'ered from,, the cold . and were marooned from one to tour houra. Many ladies who were cared lor ^collapsed from fear and exhaustion. 'As it was a'holiday^ the stores Were ofosed and very few places'were available along the business streets �' for .retUgb but l/lie.; doorways and alleys. ' Tho scenes along the inain businefls stfeets of North Bay were terrifying. Hoods were ripped>and blown off in sections and in some instances entire ?robfS:'were lifted frptrrtho buildings iand'.thrown^to the ground many yards away. ..iWato glass windows >were shatterrr ed'ifev^rywher'e with pistol-lilce cracks pUnotli&ting the roar of the storm as' ithe'^f^wjind swept the street of everyr;-thlpg movable. The people ceased to s�ruggle iagamst the wind .and sought 'the [ne�c6St and .best sheltersi The fire Je-.BaHi^eut was called out 12 .times, .hut. tortunately the flres,vyero not seriotis. ! .V^lilbl^don, Ont., March^az,-A't?rrl-,fi({,gale swoift across \Vcst�ua Oritar-- I io"-this afternoon and cb county escaped more or loss damage. � Evcry-wHfi're wires were down, and the full extent of the dapiage will not -be known for-sometime. A warehouse attached to the Lon--don Concrete Machinery Co., was de-niolislied, aild: hanging signs of all kinds wre wrecked, while several windows wore blown' in. . , ' A't' Paisley, the roof of Knox church was 'lifted-off and carried tor a quarter of a'mila, sailing like an aero-pla-ie. . " , At Southampton, a large part of, thfe roof of the Knephtel Furniture conipany.buildmg; was torn off and thrpwn.: away like a piece of paper. , From Wingham,^ Durham and Owen Sbund gre^t damage Is reported, ohjjrinqys.-andv barns being ;laid low everywhere Wind mills were algo overthrown Some of them were' t'tvlsted roUnd; looking as if "they had curvature ot the spine, and others were boyopd description in the varied shapes, th'ey assumed. "Sj/p boyii detected-, robbing & suiW-mSy resort '(n Sandwich' Bast town* ship ejuded capture for three hours.' SUfFRAGEHES-DID NOT Fi London, March.,;23.-A greftt crowd of youths, armed,With**ai:iali8.,-kinds of missiles, tin whlstleSf-moUth. organs and bells, ga^hfereSd* .itf."!^Hyde Park today, prepared't6'^r|pe�t; ttie lowdy scenes of last SiJInday IJ''t^i^' suffragettes attempt" ,to iJiolSi^ .^^'"^ regular Sunday m?eting,' T^heA^^j^^i however, wLsely retrained, bit^K,'-*-.i*6i crowd, who were '^out", tor itronbte, spent the afternoojj iiuptHn'$'.'men.jBFho declared themsely^S" 'he, sym^awi*-ers with the sUffrage^-mpvei^e^fii > ^i;" A storage" battery ti'(�|n'Ws In Usf'in Lppaon, March > 24.-^Th0 1iot�ji; strikers, who have h^en, so sucoessfulf � U In thej-last ten day� In galnln* bot^' * condrtlons for coolia, now ,Mino| �th\t' tSiey" are' afiWt to i^riiMj' activity from hotels'to ^clubB,'"^ jeleo win- isi^e ,up publlp, hotuMip |9'e0k:,tp'lmjir 57 ;