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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta volume vi. twelve Pages Lethbrid^e, Alberta. Saturday, March 29,1913 PRICE-FIVE CENTS Number 91 MR. MARTIN WOOLF 4- II Religious and National Buildings in Adrianople Des-^ ,95iniotf among ''^the'.aflibasBaiaors'.' " ^oBlo of 1 them >th6ught' -,the^e5^place,s slionld, helong, to. Grkbejbecauseof = ^theii^ PForfmity to';Clteep|i',.#hlle the 'Austrian Vltafian amWaVsadOrs- urged-' VVod^lf the Liberals of' Card|toh,rry tKp riding against the MicheneJ^ennett cait;; didate is beyond doubt; rByei^p^lling subdivision in tlie fiding/Mcept" .'Ow-endale was " represented,"' '^an'd t aside from the delegates thetw^wks, .a Urge attendance of the genera1;j6^Uc!':;''Mr. M^rk Spender, presided., an^:'exp);essgd the thanks of" Cardstpn 'tatterilf' for the honor paid'Mr.''yV.^6lt?iri.Tils)sBl'e6-to iaove the xeWyf to^the-Sjieqich: the throne at/thej^t^jenf^e^-. tion from, . r. ^ -He thought ,there/'Tv;etp,tSDte.^Liberals (than ever in tlje j'Cardston'j dis-, trict. Mr.' Spencer''coneluded b'y de-; soribmg the ohangesjinVtle 'in' the' rid-' on to constant! nople*.:. . London, March 29.-The Blil: garlan' troops pierced ^the borhood of Ijak6.ii;(Bryis..on the CtAstantinopIe, according to-a �: .'Cehtrdr .News' rdis^ntohifrom *...-^.>; - � ' � -��'-�-� ? 'London^ March 29.-Hon. \V. S. Fielding, 'before sailing yesterday, gave an- Interview on the naval question in the course of whlcb ho made reference to the auestlon of manning the proposed Canad'lan dreadnaughts trio and referred to Pr^miar Borden's proposed Innovation in introducing the "closure." .  "Those who take tne view that Can ada cannot supply ships as well as men," said Mr. Fielding; '"will have some dlflloulty in convincing Capad-iajjs they are right. On our Atlantic coast ,there is' a fine class: of men for naval service as anywhere In the world. Hundreds of young: men of the maritime provinces were; manning the American fishing fleet ana many of rthem, I" believe, pass from the Am erlcan flshmg fleet into the-American navy. '?The difficulties in establishing ship yajrdsj" said Mr. Fielding "have been spoken ?ofv and much m'agnifled; One of'/the. great ; English shipbuilding firms; has just established itself, in Montreal and one of, thfe principals, eyen; thought the dreadnaughts coiuld ;be\bullt iliere./ We are not expecting tovbuild'. dreadnaughts,In- a .day, but that.;!th^:;d&nadlan naval vessels of a substantial classT'can'be built In .Cau-afla^at a. moderate J advance over English-prices wasproven by. the tenders whi^,\\5as en^t^ei^tf;the, un- ' Every few years sorio of the" citizens of Lethbridge start a few blush-] talk about changing the^name'^iof the immortal river which runs past| the outskirts, caused a .imall sensa-; tion for a few days, and the riveV;"! runs on in ihe same old-course. The| Belly River is not a high sounding'^ name for such line river, and now? the Board of ,Trade; is, once motfe-about to Btart'a campaign �'for'; ^a_\ change ia'horiienClature.'j.At'' the-segu-r lar monthly " meeting ^'of-,1^.-the ^oaxd^', last night.jthe subject was for dis-?" cussionj^^lnd' today Secretary ''i^aly;, will (lyspatch a letter to the' proper} authori^iies 'in Ottawa imploring them' to grant a change. . '^li'-t mmm I Koaliaing tho fPo^risil^UtieB of grow- mand Jor barley foi'WlllngfpUrpos-"' fin^ nmH,.bfyi-ley., arid raising ' live es', ' j ''^'fyi^'Vif ^'''^^^ "'^aity ~ . ' . , ^ - together real' e^. ha |^e>' men who ax6 -also I'interesliijd |j �...i^l�.i"'fe\vliave fofmptilaMolnt :Stock:;| ' "AlhefteJUoVd �rad:'Golon4isation"j,Co., -4^�tall?Ad ^t' $150,QC6vy'v' , /'K ' 'I'he'-^ew copipany'Js'-tslfiJig ovef itf or sp^iitioiia^ZS -anil- 2f%,WJ.lf.ofMi "i|of,'3|t^�^vnbhi/ 4| i;ahffe^^2) 1(300 acr'cs1:Will^Hi tja ah"' , -the. tirtt>3|n;f;$pij>toffi^^ "Vigr^c' V ill tbOtfutod '(&':4hr�,'^Pl^ci). thisj tod �ifBj.'ly jm- tU4rc%>ill'be S phrtfrhcic de- However, tho.i'oom^lif/atfeQ^jroalifes; that there is sji/ety'lAfMqlyB atocki tiranqhi'o� iarm"ing, ,.,andtl^K*6f' fi&iSc ,Wa;shinVt6n;partipsmp4m' > fhai^^ lon^.oxporienpeUn'-mr"'^  " w^ll ^Un in theiimfull. 3^'ins).niamy of t%n * o * * * � ? � 9 o with kraternal honors The funeral of tne late .Tames Archie Cameron, who met death in tho Taylor elevator by accident, was held this afternoon, from the late residence of deceased. The arrangements were in charge of Viaduct Lodge 5�, I.O.O.F, and a large number were In attendance. Rev. Canon McMillan conducted the service, which was very impressive. The pall bearers wore: P.G.-Dnew power rates if they are to meet the,purpose for which tha schedule Was intended. The new power, rates ^are. not "sktisfactory to the small manufacturers for they are not pra^tica?jle," !| made to a din�^?Canadlan affairs^ it ought to be njei^^ld xefbrtEr^-ydstcrday by C B GERMAN OFFICERS I man (s on trial for leadinq associates jnto gambl. ing games ^ , Magrath', managing dii^ctor of the,, Lethb'ridge Iron 'V^orks. Mr. Magrath-realizes that js doing everyr thing m Its power to make its rate attractive, > and'| ithinks they have' struck the nelflll^oad, but,,lliore ar* some details ,-fiinbunt^ oj[j'power actually con-; sumed'' c Below;^ijre ^gii^en'some figures giving Comparison of the amount of po,^er, cdnsua;3d''to4';:fiiaJ5#i^ .purlng' Nelmala's.....testlmonj-.'^nh^ Wednesday he dragged some, taore^ .Americans; into; the :.'oaBe^.ambji^r^^ an-American hankeiv.nkmed-rpiiewy.or Dre^Siyhoif'ls.:;s�ddf ^iha^S,^^ hini; for av'companioa;ion::an;r^utort^^ from (Argentina!,j.>thE0iigh; page 11).' tlAR DiiRliiilSTeRED .^ridge rtormqd' ^ Imperial "HqmVHlt.'o-? tioti is'"b'ut a 'name;' ijo-weverf'-tlieref is being'i3eoplbUo/''1ihe/ city,..^.nd&lihjs^-aecretfiry w-aS' InV&V; od to call a 'rousing- meeting ofJiiti-'^ Zens'- a^Vsoon' as'- counter' aWraefc^ � ibT-'faftfL iKndfLl't^Js; mmmm iua.v u c ngsopias LtlDn',lcojild-':|ierlns^?ruraont(al �lin hnip?| lUg thc^o^'jjoQRle to i'o Lii uir^rtn. taming'the'money in lumiUH'Ii Iwtt '"^here was an annoupoement in'the IwVaI'd some three weeks ago, anent tlfei-proposed reduction of th'e"C; P, IJ.j';>'ieipurt'age rates from $2'00,and f3.0a.peT day, to $1.00.^ The high lirftte Vas'-establlshed Wst fall ^to'^en-iJc^teige and Insure the moyement of l^o^ftlrs';''dui^ngi the grain'' haulipg se.a-i i;^so'nt'^'-thuB helping toi-Over^^qme the] '^Uf^Ja.e&:ot oars. The^local freight'of ,Hcet'.arfeJii reselpt of th,e fpUo'sYlng iet-'*"3fr6n[i' thf Canadian" Frelj^ht' aflso-; ilop. headfluarters jat iTbroilto';-' '-'v| J v*i'i5P9;-*^ii Agents,-Bffeetiye ^i^prii. a;! djar^ 131,-re Increase- lii deihurrage tkh 'la,.cancelled"."''oVrHnd^^afleil ^ il-' lV^-W13,;tEe 'onrV^rvl^'^/ov dg. pw^a^ Qharge' will be ILoS- ^er car ?nBP|daj20,l5,'24' hours 6r,any,pajt- there-' JJji^iond .the, free^tlme,a^Q!we'd'lly. c4i;j^^9rVJ'qfl.lTulea l!or'Wdlhgr..ffi# _ . tltil- to,AprlKlfa8i3vVwiU be'siifil jj_^to thp *2 00 and|t$3 00 rate up to' bile :::'tour:. South America to Neiw. York5'' ' The moving spirit of ,'thls' .enter-v prise, he said, was Duke'^BoVwen of Mecklenburg, a dousin of t^e. Crown| Prince, and well known'in'tij^'ga^ast society of European capitals, / n, Neilipala and "Korrffcoenlg"-?w'Ul'as.' sisf the police in bringing'blgr names-' into; the story,  to sh6w' - " Heart Stirring Banquet of the Lethbridge Kentish Associa- ' tion Last Night Aro there any Kenti lab men In Lethbridgaf, Just a few, kind sir, ^ Just a. few.;- :-:;/:,^^S'';:;. "Few of� course, beingf V In the qualified s^nae. -With over SO^memberaM;;';; there were over '60 of ' iinrirvjB '^sT t*''^ annuals?^ lilljlarJ l^anauet last night, and. there are quite a num't:. bor yet to be enrolled,as members. These, with their wives and; childt.. ren make up what is probably the;! � strongest delegation from any ; one i English county living in * Lethbridge.;: ' There are other Englishmen in: Lethij,'' bridge, but they didn't cut many i^ga; : last night. The Kentish society stands for mom than banqiuets. It is of the practical;!)'?;::' kind. I>}o Kentish man In this fair," city feels the oppressing hand .of 80iva'i.:'^i row alone-none the "need othelp^.v.^j' Brothers from Kent: are:- brothers, in*ii:,i5 deed. It is worth while, Coming.froni:;w| Kent with such a band of stalwarts att r-^ ones back. Kent has filled a big; place In TSjgUsh history, it Bhareg to" the brim the cup of Britiph glory. ' ^ There are Kentish mev: elsewhere.' ^j^^ in tho west and they all seem to hav*?^ \ the happy knack of organization, j,!!:"'", ' Is not an idle dream to predict: a,federation of clnbs and handu'j-llnkgA-^l'^V.VI across the prairies to � mak�(-.: band, standing for the best^^ llsh tradition and contributing a nohli^T"^-'^! manhood to ithe building up of thls^';^*!t j,1 western land. It was only, two yearaj^'sf r ago when Lionel Asquith, Jackf ATanij^ " >'t .waring, Fred Hoblns and a few kindred'/"TY spirits met and decided to launch' ^jv". the ICenUah asaoplatlon of Lethbridge.. Fe-v/'lp number^ then-there is a,-sbi',\\'^J,, fctpty, 1^9'w' strong 'in numbere,' chai;ii6-'. " . |> ter^^nrMnenqe. - ^ 'The Jjanqugt'^ap),night .was held si.t"\'f ^he Leibbi-idio hotel and^Mr. Gardiner and'blB stafifwell maintained t^glpigh^X^rf, 'reputation established^ b'y this'hos^elfi'..> neWiWoh^st fa^ headed by\Bandjnast6rf �'i^,>,!^., n.ovation.' The oroh6Btra;!.^'Li?tJJ,tfticl6avor -M make,.-�tha YrMjti^mt^^^^^ "Delegates'J frppni/%?at�I%i6fl,^^ a , question' yog d9ci^|^^igip!^l(ai'>a p^anada temper- -y anco" act ordqeal jt^ian ahould'bflivbt'i jpon J (A VplS'S'sa takenj::|a;hfe it' h V- HI unimoiiel' > ii i ii '6? p^titlu if E 5 --i-.;-T^';$,x"i. ' noted lawyer dead,; I f IvmneHpdIjBiy anarch-' 38 -ElreUjlA 'M>i< ui, ..,yv'"V^ Ml 'till inl'^la^fnt 4nif oiii .if',tfo tVjlJ'"' foi CI I'on 1' , ipnjfth ;n tfiflkU f6r,..thB 'mpr^ler' of M,ra,^ari8Cr^glSrd' uno'xi r d' .iii Jill) iT^Mi .Jj^uL riTe'ni j^r '"t