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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. ALUERTA, .MONDAY, .MAIICI1 :iO, 1911 CENTS NUMBER 22 This Amount Voted by the Commissioners This .Morning 'HE LAMB WILL BE ON THE JOB TOMORROW March cause in like a lamb. It's point; out a too. Kilt and'milder, Mllh the. inullcator. Thai dofsn'l veiy much lite the roar o! the Mjuu lion, which the uld proverb says will Match out in Cise the gam- boling lamb (he iirst spring mouth in. Actual records blow (hat, the flld sav; has btca pioTn a jire- varkator over SO per ceut. o! (he years sir.ce 18S8. Farmers say the present thaw romir.s as it has without the balmy cliirook, !s Ihc btsl Ihics that could happen Ihc country. It assures plenty oi uiolcture vihich will sink well into tbc ground. So the lauib be on the job tomorrow and lhc day, un- less, ot course, the April Kool plays a praiA oa us. SEELY, FRENCH, EWART ALL QUIT ASQUITH TAKES SEELY'S PLACE IK WILL Capital estimates for the year submitted to coimeil this morn ing after Dnal revision by tho cjt) Biiditors, were adopted by the com missioners. The. pL'alic csti mates provide for an eipeaditure divided as follows Water r.ew water meters high prea sure system JC3.306 new intake S19 850 neiv ivator service. wa ter inaia eitcBsion a total o In the general account tber is provision tor Woollen mill sp Etwagfe disposal J10.205 jai r-onnecticm to the wiollen mill J690 Mth ,700 aid CONVENTION PROM cultural groundt improvement JbSS. BEST EVER 'Local total J5S.J87, E If ho distribution betweni the. citr and prope-rtr owners not yet having been'maile. improvement is jn conacclion wilh the subway eieept nn item lor storm sewers 6th iivenuo soulh, io cost Ttc public utililies eiper.liture oi brings tlie total capital esti- mate up to The monc-y tor the city's share oi the subway Is in .She tanV, aad It will require only to cqmplete the- high pressure KELD IN IHOMESTEAD LADY WASN'T RIGHT PARTY portfolio In the British Cabinet ay, and his resignation was epted by the Premier, Premier Asquith decided to ake the secretaryship of war In place f Colonel Seely. London, March Army, and Sir John Adjutant- Home Secretary, assumed the ecretary of State for War. ribtaned General to the Forces, definitely re- [leadership. Premier Asruith has decided that the jhc will take only on, salary instead Bonar leader ot lhejcf ,he two_ hc h lo. Opposition, thought it uould be tiv..-as Firtl Lord of the. Treasury ard pouible to wllh the Irish Secretary for War. Home Rule bill in the abience ot tlie. The bye election in East Fife (iroba- Premler, but Premier re. bly will take place on Aoril 13. If marked that lie would be at band if Ihe Unionists should decide to contest jft ucy I'.-rte advice wu wanted, and then left the the Colonel A. Sprot again i Sir John French, chief of the Ira- trial General Staff of the British [House, of which Reginald McKenna, would be. their candidate. HON. GEORGE CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER, IS ILL Property in the City is Worth Try (o Co.lect NO EXEMPTION''CLAUSE There is nothing in the gns bylaw which was passed in 1912 tor tec exemplion oi 'the ___ company holding tiic franchise from EXPECT BIG ATTENDANCE Uwtion on their and property. ._________ So says Acting City Solicitor :Ivcs. Tfcer'e was a clause in the Preparations for the Kiilh Annual -rantjng exemption, but the ainenrl- Coavcnlion'o! Ibe Alberta Education- rr.cat to the bylaw' repealed this al Association arc practically eon- clause, uniortunaicly lot ILc gas Coin- eluded, and with tbo rap.-.blc qualities Mattr system, so .the total ieste to cover the puhlic -notVs I'reillturo ill be only JS9.598, in- trludlug tho esiimatrd discount and rxpcases. One by-U.w, covering deben- ture- slibrta'ses, Hcnderfcon' parlc nur- ktry and playgrouail, with Ite yualed1 expense and discount, totallfcg J3SO, 500, has -already Ijtcu prepared, and is in Ihn hands of Clark Swabey for approval.' The deficit on turieai account foe ihe. past iix years, 'males another. issue oE -MS.33 bu'l, this, is Ulster, Assured of Support from Within the.Army, Feels Confident SCOTCH WOULD HELP e ii not at Xe- .ri. evi-ii Lren i-onriuijvely I'rov- -r u ilOu iiiile trip liv !Wp- La who out to lo l.tJ o'lt. lie jr- in ct Hatimlay. S'-'- i to reports, jut by Vtm, uf iU- K. N VV. 51. weat out lo tl.t- hi lines lead. Iht COUHUJ, where cither the llfllc tit her gbost re- IJciried tu be hnsy 15fj aiTts of ftorjil Car.ailiaii prjirie. CoL'brar.e intimates now thai w.is given a b'lui steer. 'I'hp jte.id laily (llUr.'t look in lEie lit-e Ilelle, who. after all, may have hrcn buined fat dc-itrovc'l her home in 19W. Walked Dramatically Out of Commons After Tak- ing Seely's Job So far as the city is the Gcorjc, Chancellor of the Exchequer, company will he taxed on all its pro- .ivasln'-en Wallor.-on-TliaiL'.es, 4. pertv, unless there is something 'in Surrpv, where be passed the- tnoxwlM meeting Is assured. that grants plavin'g soli. Tbc Chancellor, il- was The indefatigable cflorte and the cily solicitor docs staled, was' unable, to [mtkipatc in of the able talent secured for this occasion, promise for an heretofore liellast, .Vascl: 30. The extreme of the.l-.ist few days, mitice- _lc throughout the city, has relaxed. NO lunger do the leaders Moalrpal, formerly was on the editorial staff of- the Mtmtrcal OBJECTS TO ALLEGATION THAT THERE WAS SECRET UN- DERSTANDING ON MEX- ICO" QUESTION partmcnt Passes Away Virginia IXC., March Gco Hill, for many years a prominent March Reek's resiguatiou b.is been acceptfrl." This was tl.e employed by Premier Asquith in aTir.oundng in the. House o! Commons today that his war secretary had paid the pen- ally of his iuiiisrrctioris in adding lo cabinet documeril the two para- graphs wbsc-h have aroused such feel- ing as to threaten the existence 0' the (ntirts cabicet. The first information received by members oi parliament that Col. Secly had definitely retired Irora tile tabinet was when he entered the house and toot a seat on tbe back beeches instead ol amor.g his late col- leagues. The two paragraphs which caused the crisis were those giving gnaraii- tees to Urigadicr General Itubcit i (iuugh and the officers serving uri- Uer him in Ireland that they ivould not Le called upon for active service sidcut Wilson, today declared that, vl'ster Unionists. The oa acco'jnt of the contradictory iaier repudiation o! these guarantees statements in the Hallirnore plat- j by the Cabinet was taken ns a rcbuil form. Democrats should have no hrai-! by FieM Marsl.al Sir John Ewarl. SO PRESIDENT DECLARES IN URGING REPEAL OF TOLLS EXEMPTION NO BARGAIN WITH GREY U. C, March 30-Prc- r'cct Their rtsigMtions were made tolls exemption. Th'eJ'resident as- He today. I'rcmier Asquith's.further anno'jnce-, inent that lie himself tqtc up irrtcd tliat there bhoilM be no doubt among as to which -should TEG BONDS IN LONDON Over 70 per cent, of L5st Issue Float- .ti Left With Underwriters idon, Mnveh Is otfidally stated lhat 73 ner cnnt. of the citv of Winnipeg yer cent, loan at C'9 has II.u I'tuino, UUL II. _' T T ni IV IfX 1 I pealed this clause, unfortunately VVllHUuT rOUNDALlON 1ett vilh The the city. and Power In the Con.irriunlly." ________________ These lalk.s should be extremely beae- ficial to the public as well as to the MONTREAL MAN WAS delegates, as an VICTIM OF FOUL PLAY icknowlwlgcd auUioriiy on educatiou- New Vorfc, -N.Y., .Mjirch result Is naturally regarded 'certain extent disappointing. sceiliE London, March 30-Sir Ia5t K-a5 Cjrey, Brilish ioreign sccietary, in announced as over-subscribed. A the HOIHC. of Commons today -denied trade, however, is bcinj done :take prcceJnicc. -Mr. Wilson' talbc.1, portfolio oi Secretary tor War freely about ll.e lolls controversy in came in the nature ol a surprise. 'rcas, Eayjjjgjhist lhe_story that bisjntention '._ic< he hail Great Urilaiii through Sir '-ffitiiam ivo'uld..rctire froni the House .of Com-. Tyrrell, ririv.ite-srcrciiry mons in accordance with the as u. namher utj "until it "pleases my ans.lilucnfs .to insults that had liecn introiluced in unction my return.': The Premier, then dramatically walked out-of'the' Chamber amifl frantic, chiering- from the Liberals, the Nationalists, and the Later members, the. whole hoily ot whom.rose to their feel and waved hanilkcrchieis ami papers as he left-- Mr. Asquifh, having accepted "rui oi profit under the the congressional delate: GftS USES SOICIDE VANCOUVER GIRL AFTER.TAKING DENTIST'S TREATMENT.' BE-" COMES HYSTERICAL AND DROWNS-HER- SELF trifle weaker, but there is eveiy the published allegations that the at- the ntw about al problsuns, ar.d is. with an lerj- surrounds Ihe here, of -tjol, Of president Wilson in rcsard to The old Wnntcez stock is sxtremely iorcffulimaaner tho aead body of Arthur S. Lcrln, ol v B n lieepirjg his hearers at a high Montreal, pitch, lie comes Irom Ollawa for t'ae purpose of attending thbi'cohven-i lion, and lional mnltors.wlll miss n rare treat; if fhey do not he'ar him. Ihe ques'lion of Panama Canal lolls H is believed he was.TOD .Xvas Hie result of ar.y. understanding ,hat it will scon regain 1 and murdered. :i the governments ol the I'll- [ormer strenRlh. Mr. Hamilton 'informs the 'Herald ONTARIO Ihat these are open to the general [inbllc, and cycryoBe is invit- ed to attend thcAC sessions of the ELECTIONS. IN JUNE convention. Plans are 'oei 700 delegates. mailc lo -'receive STREET CARS COLLIDE Pertont Injured in Wreck Chicago System Medicine Hat, Alia., March 30. Medicine. Hat and Olds license Fffctoratts have'been diviiied into Oree._ I lias hecn II-1 ittiic. inspector at Jle.licino Hat, is transferred to Ualgary lo tale orer the neiv district cast of Calgary iilong the 0. .S'. (J.'T. P. and C. n: as tar" tasl as Glcichen. O'Conoor, formerly bomc- Kfeiil inspector, "nH dismissed when Dr.; (loclic became Minister of Ihs In- (erior, succeeds Mclklcjolm at ilcdi- fin'n Hat. liobcrt Mcl.aclilan will be Inspector 01 District N'6. J. Chicago, ill., March per sona ware seriously injured .today, when two trollsy loaded with IHSSOCKWS on work, crashed together at.a crossing: on the ivosl aide. Tbc hrakes of an Archer avenue car failed 14'.hold it.on the wet rails, nnd It In front of a. Halilead street car. Stutter- ed gliss caused most of tho Injuries. Several hones. WHITE WOLF DECLARES WAR i'ekln, March Is slated here tcinl-ollclally thit WMto Wolf, tho CUnoso bundit, whoso array lias ter- rorized China tho raat few months, Ins iletlared war on all wlilto mls- 10RONTO FEELS EARTHQUAKE Toronto, Orif, Mnrch larthquako sliock 'Kits reiiittercd In 3'oronlo Ia3l evening, tho vibrations beginning at 7.33. tun., and continuing for two hours and minutes. Ko the authorities liavc no idea In fnit what location the Vjuakc- occurr- Toronto, Onl., March The decks arc being cleared, and with tbe passing of tlie. Ftedislrlbution liill at .111 early dale, it is believed writs will be issued for Ibe Oulario etcc- llocs in June. :'ilcd Slates ar.J (irral 1 "11 lias been be. said, under the terms ol the under- jslaQ'lin.E Clrcat had iniler- taken lo assist Prrsidfnt Wilson's .Vdlicy rj retard to There is no foundation whatever for these re- ports and I nra glad to say so." FLOODS IN KENTUCKY Hazard Is Inundated anad Many Smaller Villages Are Threatened Vancouver, H. body oi Miss Ktla Levy; daughter oi Louis I.oiy, 808 Uidwell street; who UisapFcarcd Suntlay morning, was found today at Kitsilano Hea'ch. The giil, who was twenty years, old, haii drowned herself. She had becoinc hy1 slem-.il following the administration oi gas lo her nn Saturday prcpara Ijfxinglon, Ky.. March loiy to a dental operation'. 'Sun reached here today that the toivn oi day she ran oul of her father's house I Hazard, Ky., is inundated, and sever-j which, is r.ear lhc beach, and wss not CASHED WORTHLESS CHEQUE al other smaller villages nre threaten been aeah. 'ed as the result of the overflowing ot .'Calgary, Alia., Marcli lhc Kuitucy Hivcr. Heavy raius Morris was arrested ID Calgary on have fallen In the mountains for ?alifrday on the charge of cashing a last three days anrl all the worthless cheque for J1172. SHORT OF HELP IN ONTARIO are out ol their b.ink5. FOUR FROM n ir TI t 1 T it t n 1 n n inrousii mo sev Report Has H I hat Construction or-Lalgary-Lethbndgc-Kegma Line is on Building rrogram ero in apiendia Co.Opsrative Send Men to Old Country to Se. cure Men iXHidon, Ont., March all over the Oistriet report that .the5 aurt clovor not only through the severo frosls safely, but they for the Next Two Plans Have Been Issued women sufft-tctf broken MINERS-IN YORKSHIRE LAID DOWN THEIR TOOLS Leerfs, England, March Thfrty-five thousand coal miners in the Yorkshire plti Iifd down their look today, demanding the introduction of "a minimum rate of wages. Notices faien handed in by A further who will Quit work on The Federation of Qreit Britain hAs given Its au'ppOfl'to the strike, and a long ttrujgla expected. Later In the day, It was an- nounced that 'another: ml n era had c'ven notEve to quit work, bringing the total to WO. Though lornoiiow is Ihe last .lay! Hfglns to Lctbbiidge and tbence ,t March, the west sliil awaits "orlh to Calgary is now planr.ed fty te information of Ite construction irograijis ot the C.NT.ll. and Ihe 0. jhe w-ill Iraversc country a but is iunv routrrl nn special map T. I1. No one knows definitely as yet few miles south of Hie present main 'and is part o! Ihr- (t.T.P. construc- just ivhat wort these lines will us- line ol (be C.l'.lt., and will cross the t.cn iiri.ijjrai.ii lor lhc two years. (i p n Dro ra _. river about 25 miles south ready announced, assures the DIC'OJI oS Calgary, a line the Crow's Scst Pass lion ol tho lino enter the city in n man- to the co.isl. II this line is built Oil- thc likell'aod that tbe Kipp-Sul- ner that easy cocr.cclions can be" mnde from Ihe new line with thft l-'al- gary stockyards If Ibcsc arc located must now return lo bis constituency ol East Fife, Scotland, for re-elcc-.- tion- On tbe last occasion he rcceivv. votes against the bis Unionist opponent. ASQU1TII GETS OVATION When Premier Asquith entered .the. House today be was greeted .witi. u great ovation from the menibers-.on the ministerial side. Ffe soon-'alter- wards rose before Ihe crowded cham- ber to male his promised statemeht on the army crisis. The Premier said "After hall con- sideration, Field Marshal French.and Adjutant General have, 'per- sisted in Iheir desire to be relieved ot their oflices. In lhc public inlcrcstl drcply deplore the dccisioii of these callanl officers, and I cannot speak too warmly or .gratefully o! the abil- ity, loyalty anrt dp.rnijnrt uith'vvhich have served the state anil fbc Army, and will, 1 hope, coulinuG to sen'c." The Premier proceeded to te-ll House that Colooel had inform- ed him lo his great regret that he felt bound to taVe the same source, and rssign [torn 'tbe Secretaryship' for War.. ORKAT 1'UBI.IC Mr. Asijuith then .sprang his sensa- tion on the House. lie said "In tbe ciicuinslanccs, anil aflrr much eoli siderallon, I have felt it ray duty (he for excellent-crops. Oene'ra.t are being made rerardlni I the shortage of belli, arid several .CO; Vancouver if Ihe Panama route Is the operative associations -which Vent re-, fot ]iavc'lat. most iift-rf. prejenlative, to Er.felaml and (lir. slcr Bin, the greater ON' C'pXSTitrCTION" PUOlinAM land lo try and secure men, icluctauce in what I believe lo be a The line is not merely talked of, r.eived word Ihat fen good ones nro great public enicrecr.cy is nmv nr, special maps, available. COMPF.ETK SUltl'l That the Premier's an suggrslcd tbe VISCOUNT KIYODRA complete surprise .i i v. t'Mr :d I S5 conl nuort Mm That d.r.I'., loving reached jn gaty will data five litif.s of the 1'. runii'ntf from the yards t.l bar hc th, Ci.l linr'lo Tpfel.l, one cast lo Uls- ati.l gar, v.hYh is partly will be in Lelhbrtdge wil.V- Thjs (o In the next 24 months is Ihc inlima- thc-iicc easl lo Hcsin.i will te the con- one lo l.rthhrirtpe anrt rasl lo Hon carried In an arlicle in lhc Cal- tlr.ualit.n of the road and Hudson's liay, or.e north Saturday issue. build nc t-o iFcrt Churchill on to and coiir.cctini; with lhc Unes by lhc ac- fho shore, ol Hay. iir.o (lirnucli lhc Vellov.bead Pass, cording to (his information, arc Calgary will I.e tbc westtin lermin- nwi and which is now Lcllibrldee to Kcjina, and thcr.cc to al of .this road and il is Ihe ir.len- completed, and one west Kort Churobill. lion of Ihc laiU'.ay ID so roulc the the Cro'.ia Kesl to lhc Lclhbridge Calgary. (new road Ihat il win le able to cairy west I.elb'jridgc lo Coulfs. I Ibe grain iron the prniric provinces 7hs line, to he built south lo I.oth- l.ctbbridge to Ihe Coast via Crows ol Snslulchewan and Alberla lo'the-; bridge will he extended through to i Lll tlllu Jll'ICLlit lu lilt} I Hudson's Day il that route becomes Eborlcsl best way ol A Urwl Trunk I'aciCc line item it-to European markets, cr lo The N'civs-Tclcgram says on Ihe intcinational border, and will tnnnccl there with Itio Ani- roa'Js, VISCOUNT KiYpURA MAY BE THE NEXT JAPAN ToVIo, March Lye- sato president'of the- House of Peers, to undertake the formation of a ntw Japanese Cabinet, although re- quested to do co by the The elder statesmen thdreupon submitted to his Majesty the name of Viscount Keig'o Kiyoura, who provlcutly has: held-several cabinet portfolios. The president summoned him to an audience to- morrow. It Is thought generally that Kiyoura will accept the Premiership, pn on the min of the house were mont cntarily struck dumb. Then thrj jumped up on tlieir scats anil spoto out in wild hurrahs, Premier atTd'etl tbat Si lolm nu.1 Sir Jolin ItaarL hai him- to say they were in' Kro accord with the slatcmcnt ho hrii jmaflc to tho Houso of Commons" p; EVittay. King George Approves In annouiidng that Kins 06org had alKtifleJ his approval of. his 3i sunipllon of tlio War mler AflQHith ccnclmktl: "I have ta'xen the law to the lilgl est legal .lutborillea to oblafii. the opinion, nnd nil th? Un-jreTS .tu on I'ago 5) ;