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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 31, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta W^^^^^^^r-'^ft:'.'. ^ > -^..,;.-r.t^^BIDGE DAILY M..BAI,D -1' you �re f'- Poor Wlte^ BaMng In the kitchen and on the SB' AS poor flour.. In the ki tabli, me thfrflne, pure _ PSOR MOKFIlin SURVEY PARTY RETURN AND TELL ABOUT CLIMATE AND THE GENERAL � OONDITfONS WORK OF EDMONTON SECURES/* seRVICE8 of" wELL-KNOwr^ Vc'ront'o ' ' MAN FOR POSITION THE ASSASSINATED KING AND HIS SUOOESSOll OLepas, Man., March 28-THc lii'v/z ledge i survey party, which went to .Port IJelBon about * year ago, have re-turned. .�, � . � �. � ^ . ' In convewatiOH with, one o� tho en gineers vmoat Important Information, , Hot yet.BUhhshed, was procured.  ��Except-�5>r'.a;b6ut-three hundred fee^ along �th'evvtwobattkgot the rl^er, there; has been no loc- at Po-rt Nelson � this .wiijterl /The 'tide �whiohlB ;felt aa' far, up the river "as Flamhorough Hoafl,.-,heep8,1�,e open coiitlnii; ;ously.� (.Giving torlhe'dampness oE the > etmosplieBe; the.cold Is not'so Intense , -as -when' th^ � �;fflnd"bloWB froni'the Bay. : ; ^^.^ : TO Port Nelson on March. C 'there' was no wo'rk being. .? done'outside ofv'sounding.^^ some' clearlap of streets In the proposed , townslte, undeFthe direction of H:,,IJ^ .-Hazen; of the Marine vd A lOiOOO acre to^nsite has ibeen laid otit-to the. north:'s ':  fin ideal ptece' of ground very similar; i to 'that.which'liepaa occupies; vTJnder . "-(the flM)i5B; two- or -three..feet.'Jin. thick- jies8>;arlolid-bottom- is foundt- isoiooi board has plans for a broad and com-ijprehenslve system of technical and llndustrlal education Involving the expenditure of fully ^600,000. : Mr. Richardson Is a Canadian, 39 years of age, and holds'd flrst-blass professional teacher's certifloate for Onitarlo. He ds a graiduate � of� To^ ronto University in :the honor, depart ment of �ISnglish and history, with modern languages. His: technical education was gained^lmColunibla University, the UnlverSItyL 'of New .York, and the Bradley Polytechnic Institute at Peoria, 111., the practical work being obtained in the teuUdlng trades. While pvlnclpali . of : tlio public schools In Toronto,veight years ago, he was. promoted to wtfae: position of superintendent of -manual tpalalng, and during ithe organlzatidn. of � the faculty, of education of Toronto Uni-,verslty, he was for three: years Special-lecturer. , . :.' James L. HugheSnChlef Inspector of Ontario, says :;of Mr.- JlIohardson.- ''He has always been?.: Interi&sted in manual training wonki KE Nit'S FlOO "inal Reporte Say No Reser-voirs Broke--Damage Estimated at $350,000,000 WTOOLEDA � ^ C^igarVi'March 31.-A, smooth tluot �oatl'^Mtt a diamoncl ^theEt .cleverly .Shturday-''mBhV.*'Ho ft'ought^/n itpl- 'Itati6n,"fliamohthe tlerk' wasn'/ loo.king.Aani got but � of "the place.,'." Thc",xob6bry '-'.Was 'nSt �detected tmtil' lapt-pight. if%lc.her,e,'digappe8,t�d;fa?^^veelc,ago^^^ Takd.has^mor.been.Beefl fllM.?, ^-.^HIS ^MJcljennan ds^ an � expert .^-.^hdula^tsyear^foi^eg^'lrf^tt^fiig^^^ boy Sils teacher fouud. that if H^/ were all-nved. to work at manual I training, ho ; never gave any trouble.! He has made a thorough study of: industrial and technical work, and he gets along well with the teachers.^;lie: is not a copyist. He has original-Ideas, and I think that he would adiasi^t ,A-v>^------ -.himself to new conditions without any B.v.envwhen:'aldlfflcmty." ^- ;Coiumbu8, Ohlo;.-ilarch 31i-^Haif a million-sufferers in-Ohio wiUrequlre ; relief; for at least; threeweeks. -iThe, ;Proper�y loss 'to dat6!?has'amounted, to about 1350,000,000.' �; ,� . This Is the;estimate-made today by dovernqr Cox, afteif tiie state "auth-; forltles had - taken an :lnventoi^.'.ofi. the 'disaster, and. the destntotion, wrought hj^'the'floods; s 00O#MU-sltinguin�Val-;tey,'�-|60;00O|0t)0ro�lii�P-�lU!iyB?�t';HV:' ^W"flo-yvlng r'sbutS,- '�?iQ,000,0O0,*"''rb; thi; j?oo.oooo;ooo.''* '' ,......... , .ailWm'trucks>^u Ije Tepaire,d,(-but: BaWS-clties 'still iavc thoiisands.' of iamish^ds;! - Ofirn-munltlesi that lavlsged tliglr igenefos-ity't^pW.^thp 'floodfswept-''01x168 ,are: nojVTln turn begirinli^^to'-ruli etort'of pfo?i1siori|f'''">^i /^'n^^"^?.. ^W-^f^''' �^i-WltK' '+hr inli^dv AbO^O lief.authorities, are anxious over,, thbj sitjatlon that threatens to develop-within the next few days. v '� Exaggeiutlon of  - the hardships' which: thousands of persons in. -thW area swept by the "ilood of last weeic have endured' is � impossible. Large numbers of thera have lost their �homes and. are wi thoufc money. They are being sheltered in churches,.hall8i>: and in the homes of the -fortunate 'who', were not in the path: of the.floods. Thousands, are sick frofii'' exposure; The .response- to the ' call :fo'r - ali; has been magnificent. Governor Cox has .received contributions aggregat'S ing $600,000. He- estimates 'thafij^' full-iralUlon: dollai-s has* -been subsbrlb,? ed, but there are 500,000 who wUl rej-quire assistance for three weeks. �;> Thl8-':the-.l88ue-'-::.-. : "What caused the fIpods ?',*. -This question le. receiving much, attention,; now 'that the work of jjacmg for the suffering, or gathering and .identifying theidead.and of cleanin;^ mp.tha' wateM wept .section is- on. thej way to;. .completlon/:.'-.-.',;:i^ii-^-.�v: �:;,The':ol'tIes 'that!:suffered -were^n -more .thought': ;tq-'be in'a -flood :zone; than Omaha was, thought to be'In trie' tornado belt. The Inundatlohfcaine from 'no.;broken.-reservoirs or:damsi but rfrom :;th6v-skle8;'As,y,;to. preventing'-'oa 'recurrence, ..Qovernor;f Cox: aaldUodaj^y'i; t'>if?;:*^';3/�;i^ w VNo;*^ fyented the floods. ,Thfr only prJB;yent Hon-would be^to abolish the'Mfaml^ tie Muaftlngum and'the, Scioto vaV leys, or to abolish the rains No ,; dams;'broke^^'iio;ieaeVY6irs': brokejff JVJiB; |?pr^qy%tfl^;:^fjj.breaking.^OfcaKreseCToiiS tliati �SVould.lhaverii^'aated'lDaytba- Fears of pesjtllenoe 'are subsiding,^ '^due.-'tb; Ihei'pro'nj'ptne'ss' �vvlth'*whlclii ____ pre'cautlonaiys;>meeflure9T'Tver4';;faken^ "sl'bn?^ ia'ndrr,the,'.';strlotnpsW.'Withi:i-^vhich5/t^:^'./^^^ .iar^eA�|)eing:3.'enfgj3!edj!i^r^^^^^^ filled .'With ; Stagnant 'water, however, present a menace; A thorough sys-:tem of. sanitation has been establlsh-;.6d;-/t,o,prevent thevspread.'of disease ;.and contagion, anfethe state and fed-: ..oral authorities; will le^av- to protect |?the lives-of the survivors.  V '�f.Ghe trouble that has made lis ap-iPeafanoe Is labor-enough to clear the ^streets of .the cities of the flood reg-liion. ,>At the, state-house which is In I'conslfjant co-mmunlcatlon with Day-iton, .;Word .came^over the 'phone that members ,of the of,tizens' committee Avipre'complainingithat they.we're hav-'ing difficulty'; in'pecurlng .labor,; as. the'men did not'�Want, to work wlth-:out vflrst; knowing'What and when -they were;,to. be^ft^^. ; -( 1 �150 YEARS TO BE SERVED IN 15 * * '-: WINNIPEG FIREBUG SENTENCED TO FIFTEEN .YEARS ON TEN CHA9momlngf:sien-te,iiced by. Magistrate, Macdonald at ithe. Central ;ipoUce,!cbVkn6^^'i^^^^^ peBal,ps.ervltude; on fiach >oC:.ten' char-�gerf of arson;' termSj'^t^' runj/bpnou^i ,.^gntly^-;';JHe;,:Vas'talao%;coni^ I'trlal:) on-,a'scharge sof.r,;nanBlajlglit6r.',1n 'icojm'ectlon- iwltii the perpetration -'bf^ , thfl, Radfol>d 'Wright, fire of.March li, :i;9.l2i-i;a.t";-\vere-;5v;,jdlled;; ;-^;Thes% were.Chas_. MpPherson, and^Ed.'Moly-jn^usi;;ifl|emenj'v'ana4Biut^l^ ,ChaB..s^Giipman�and'>iAntonloMhrrafis 'StandlrfglJ&Olf'ShpHglit l^k'g;" dbik; '�^Ittw.ut .any .emotion and -With. - the :iO!0oJ|l^^dWejfinoEfeaad?,:.fl^^^^ |.il>b|Bjbli^^ifdds-:-'btoj^fe'ct^d Bionj'^wuiuu vjuiai. wi A^wi.we- Ma^cPhv^ sohSgaineil'tin'^fils Intervie'w; with the accused^Ayeste'rday. "1 haye 'bien _;>,�t?a'�?ji',m". oaifl .Dodds. '"and can , Prom the captain of inijuatrf to-the bod carrier^froaitnUadylin the auto to ['C^the.woman -with tHe soijubjiing^brush- the aacoinpli�lu4eirta'6f'every oa�!-of'n8 I'eVkoel the U:hlat areldlvelbplnl; i)rieu4|b&^|pft|ig>^^ monla froinyexpo9ure.^"CaE�loads(;'Ofj||||le^ lime-af?'*eing ^ent out^wIth>tli^up-; W0M^^mi0W^^i0^^S0& ply -trains,'sanlliary rules haye^{jeen^pNep||k'k|B|i^#:fHl^^^^ Braver . - - - - laid down, The pffllution of drinking ''mals,^ njalntalned by the" Woman's T'Lmmnleatlori';'lia%v,'aui'bff,tt^toy. water.^^d the fllth.ieft^bp-tHeifloaa:" Ledgu^.'for-Anjmals. in 1912:treated alKthe Ohlo'riyer olUe?r.:and. the^re-' the refuse choked-Bkeeta-8ndC?.llai-^ 53e2./iaae|.-, , * . - iWheii'-the C. N. R. bill (No. 96) ivas before the'House at Ottawa, Mr, W. A;. Buchanan, M.P.; who Is; ever on the.altert for anything affecting his constituents, asked if the government was doing anything :to have the C. P. R. build through Southern Alberta this year. The following is the Hansard report;-^ . ;^ ,;/, . Mr. Buchanan: I would like -to ask the miiils^ter Ifhe has obtained a pro^ mise :,fro'm the Canadian- Northern-railway to build; from ;th� 'west end* of the Lethbrldgeand Maryfield line; which is mentioned In this BlU. I may .^sayj that- Ij have been ' deluged wl'thpetlUon;!;: since the last considerr ation; of'this -measure,'and : have; received letters from probably fifty people to the qffeot that if this railroad la not: built; they-win haVe- to lealve the; countty. I; believe the Minj ister'oE?R'allwaya\; is-anxious to help this district..;.! L-'wlBh- the - Canadian Northern railway could be' Impressed with the extreme importance of something being done toward* the con-fltructlon of thisillneifrom-the- west end.; I:- have ;Been -the/officials- and presentedthe;case to;them/bivtlihave not.sofar;;ibeen able to Influence them 'totakejany;definite- action;-;;',:.;.;: � :MrV!;Hughes:OMlnts.ter:bf Militia): :'WherefdOM^thatfllne'^run?.!;::;':y;!;'r:y;i;y^^ Mr.'.BUchanan:: It runs ;south;of-the Crow's'JTest'llne of .the Canadian Pa^ clflc Railway-between that and the United--Stat'es-:1wundap\ .5^^ lOf ;.-this; dlB'l!rlctiai;e-;between.-slxty! and; ;sevent;^-fIv'eImllesaway ifrom-ia'-rall-road,:�and'Kwouldi'llke .tQ,;know.-.if.any-thlngj^ has-been-done bytheCanadian' Northern railway with regard to oon-strubtibnj,^-jj,/� ".^ .. ') Mr. Cochrane: Nothing further haa ;beon-;dQna;-sinoe:rihIa'.: BilliWas-'up->;-h4 fore,;-but'i;tl!'fthaye'i.:W othe gentlepientfrom-ijwhom;;Ii.tave?r'e^-ceIv.ed*.jletters,.;. a llCrace'models. iV>rit,i'M fhe .lyle lookY^ CROMPTON'GORSET COMPAI^Y. LIMHED TORONTO ; OFFERED FR&E POWER AND STRONG DEPUTATION SITES, >,,"CH|EAP,\ WATER -;a�; '} Edmonton; AJta.,' miob^'i^.-H^^iAt Macleod 'means 'to' leave nofatonelua-., 'turned in an effott,to get an'intejmaV: terminal elevator', locatiefd tWeri? ;''";W^ the Dommion governmenti was,.i|jn-| dent this'morning when'overi, tweniqr% grain' raerohants 5 and s^Jalrtaers - 4rom-Macleod, district cam6;^u|i:T pvei;^300j miles ot railway to .Bdmontoii^forj, 'the purpose-/of pressing'Jbpir> towM-' � claim before'the vgrain ,oomiBiSBion, 'Acting Chairman, Staples.' ;^eOTrespod> the pleasure ' �'seeing .such 1" f' '"d rcprc-cnl iti\ e --------------- ' '-ation was.h -Mr.'Macdonell clai'iiel that Made ..K?as-.thclonlj torwn-who-o.ola^hn sSmplo markrt*. i;raln ui-pef point, �fi'riif'lnt-nirt p'e\.itor ltad| BVPportedvtJr any luimeiB; orif ''fThe deputation etFerpd oif 'the towB{cmincil all lands ior,1ihesereotltm of in eleT�to]| at a^n^^'ai ^^te imt cheap ^H'iaece^saiyl the to^vn wobJ ,^ria,te'^3i'oiSfrt\ for that * '''gtrongVargihirnta on tho ^ 'advanced ihy A, H.vAllatf/-^ or Bjird of Trade, I iiliLud, lueIll^er ot'thoS Ai large? numberof Britishers;, aWo came Iri todiy arid left,tonight for the west, pver the' Grand Trjmk, Paclflo and Canadian.Wbrthernr \ ' ^rltliSnAl3Dritfl Prove ^t^ ,bu. We an dependeni nubthaveyourtrusfcn ^fstatements with a tun Bowel ilU and in b ehort. about BexaU.lOrderUfii?iiyojj>,Ttoulu^^^ brflsUhUslaatlo'abO^jaoommta^^^^^^ . 4ng them as we wef;',Th8t6 jUst ) TR?^-p^d�" . 11 .^o .1. md ut .1. 00.. to' U� and ydu know that if a madl- Bj., a bo* i f Hi'.iU Ordsil dneappe5Btoaohild.Mt,wi!l,app^ r .1 .rc Uto thnn. 8nd ^Wtiirut jl liRi inif - ou cr tiuc'tlon^ hit >ou wjI rtutn tho�mt T }ou r uJ us fi- them. i Doesn't that indioatq thaS^j Qrd ill! are a le-u-w' rcthj 1 Doesn't ib prove our>faith,i^ Dor nt It ni 'il \ ur Dif Cou l-> ollubi iiorcfaiBS o3lfcrl�SrVo^'*5*ren?^Sv^ nvrdprr n-" I'xuOroiffl m ion mint \i .. pJr!i.it^ boxL� 1- ui LiK IGA olim 25o; SO tableits, 5,Oo,' ^i^^^ il..a-10rJrl!c,�roaofBoiaby ithat natur '/and inaoti ~ \' R�alt,V.._,- '^'yrlthout.Briltang'-t ; purging, o- exc^Tj ooseiesB' ,1 Sot^pyer9>tt .indren. voihorau"3 J. nTnmmomi^m' Lothbridge '^Jii f he Famous -luvenile^gqstonians tt^-v-'-^^�'�'.>"' :�^-.v#|�y>'^',^--. 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