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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. 1 EN PAGES Lptlibridjjrc Alberta. Monday. May .">. PKICE-FIVE CENTS X umber 122 SUPEP S10 CA ROUTLE inspector West Will be Supt. at Maple Creek-Inspector Gen-ereaux Comes Here--Supt. Primrose of Macleod Goes to Batlleford Succeeded by Inspector Stearns will he 111 1 �iiii ];.N,U Ml'. I. Siipl. Wilsi "K'� ilivisinu, tii.irv.c of I lie Mli;e of IMiiirr Alhort, iiiaiiil "1 "K" ili\isjuri, rtliliriiliiO. iiiiw cciiiiiiiiiniliiii; s 1(1 I 'aliNii y ill (',ili;,ir\ divis (Ml. 1 h ��.ii-iii.r �k. aii'l uprr.lll 1.1 ICS t 1 -il t(i West IS iir( �iiiirnl (-I 11'ri'.i:i\, at Il 1- .il \|ai-!i'oil .,S ll!S|ll'CI 111 , . .\la|)lp llic rank i.iu- lime I'liMirs til Slice, rilirii; Kcr I'an! m., l.ci liliriil'jp . Jiis;'f'rli,r \\i-s! Slipl. I'll,111 ISO of M.irlciifi, is 1 r.ii! ,f('r!-il I o Hal t l-ii,r il. ia^iiivi,,r Sicaiiis. I'i.rui'Tly iiisprr lor ai ^ia!�ll'l,(l. iiiii iiov- pri"iiiotcd In I he i.iiiiv of iip''i ;i.' I'liili'.'i 1 , -.tir rr'(U Si![it. I'riiiirosp 111 (h.iri:r of �Ipo'i ajvisjoii. .inl. I'ill lihcil, wlui Ills If II iiro :"(l assi'tsnl I'oniMissioncr, will �iiiui* to r'si'lf in iMiuiiiiitun with !ir,iii(|iiartci . lln'ic, U'li are thr pr.miol ioii.s of Mount rolin- ollici-rs 111 ihe .\llirrta ili-oi, V. li;,ii Ir.'.f liiT'ii '.oiiPod by iinirollpr l''nilis iif at ()l l.iw.i (.o- A I 1 (lion, Siipl. Wil.snn iiioviii(r td ('al-i;ary. �licrr hp will nucci'dl Siipl DiMiic, anil lnspc(tor Wc.t t.ai;iri.!.', tlic supcrinlcnddil's rank, hut. .Hdini; 1(1 Maple ('leak instead of .\tlia a>(;a l.aiiilini; as aiiiioiini.'es ,ii the entry o| the Ni l.a".ren'-e, '['lie \u torian, four d,i\s late on ln-r rej^u lar schedule, is slalKUieil ne,ir t'ape Kare. h'or more tli.m 1"'' iMiirs she lia>; been awa;t:n,; a r.i\ ,,f '-unliihl. The l.aureiitic and ll.' 'Ir.iMiuaii are also parahzed ]) the foi; in Ibe same \ieinity. These three si diners are hriniiiiis tlioiis.inds (f new si-l-tlers fo Canada. I'^ien if the impris oned \es'-(ls are soon reh as il they raiiiio! ho here before Wc'lnesda) indriiui^. (I..'. . ll.M-., hoth innoiinccs d ' its  isl sen e\'.-iiisi\ eh �K. I.etlihnd iiii.ceis in ' Ihe loS"s divi .\ prominiuit business n, bridge has received the f.,! e.\plauatory letter from hiis.ne.SH mail, relative to the new industrial romm l.cthhridge, refuting the deriiin of a weekly paper .^^ai: iuaw : �Dear Sir, - My at-been called to a stat"iiii the Sa'.'iua-.v i'ross in w h i fer to Mr. .Joseph P Ti. lar> of the Board of Tr.u tl.iiic; but a co'iiplinieiil,.i M)u write you to say tha' (l(HM not rcllcct the sent.r people here in regard .Mr. Tracy has been commercial agent for I or lliree years. ; of the Hoard to act tl. 1 have he of Trade 1 N FUIORE AN iPOSSIB It the 1 111 in- line 111 tl eiiou � u rnei 1 lli.at lime riioi n before K-t down to �iiili- rs havuii; form a 1( wholly of est iiuati'S the return w.o ;t y bu.->inpss shown up liiioruni I'lic business t.od.iv w.is a iduuiio character, the ha-, iiij; been tabled unlil of fiwtirayof. - The board of health is very much o|iposed to the city ri'tainiiiK the temporary pest house, Ixumht a year Bs;o after, the small ixix outbreak, and urged that the property he sold il* once. The board wishes the council to build this year an addit.on t-j till' present isolation hospital. !{. ('. Ferris asked for and was granted one month's lea\e of ah s."iicc dating from .lune I. The Trades and Labor ('ouncil'suh-niille.l its scheilule of wanes asking that fair wage clauses be inserted in all contracts let by the citv. The Kcliedule subiiiilled iiuit.iini-d no increases 111 wages over those lu effect la.it \oar Chief l)a\ is' lepoit for .April was tabled, showing ."i.'j cases dealt with during (he month, yielding $17G in tines and costs. Alton vs. Parker's Prophecy in Welcoming Peace Delegation at New York SHOWED ,;. ^, .;. hundred and Ki-\eiity inemb-r;-; of the Jlouhku-s' I'nion in ih.is city, went on Btrike this morning. They demand an increase of .'lU cents a day. 'I'liey are �now getting $:i.n) tor nine hours. KEEP YOUR EYE ON JAPAN Tokio, May a.-Contracts have bon placed for the coiislnictiou in .lapan-ese yards for lliroe J iicuiuougtiiH. They will be sister ships to Ihe Kuso, the ilisplnceineut ut which Is Su.uOi) tons. New York, .Ma;, .', --Delegates to tiie ' j I (/ut. reiico �-nii.;i is arranging for the ccnic-anar.i of the Treaty of C.iii.-ui. .-l^ujliziiiK e hiindn;d ycai.s of p. ace among l-aiiAlish-speakiu.g pcopk-.s, jour-iieyeil from their hotels to ihe city � har today to''receive the 'city's forni- al welcome, 'i'lie iirogramine inclid-cd adlresses by Ma^j^or Graynor, Lord ^ Wuardalo, head of tho British dehf- | ;4alioii, Alton li. Parker and others, i I Although the centenary of the [ Treaty of Ghent will not be reached �until December 2;"), 11114, il is the pur-' iiose of the conference to make elab-j orate plans in advance t'oi- suitable t I cclebralioua which will incl.ule cere-' u'.ouies at Ghent and in churchus- and schools and by legislative bodies and oiher organizations throughout the Knglish speaking world. Plans also are to he made for the erection of various nionunients commemorative of ilie event. Aside from Ihe work of the vlBltlng delegates, there are to be many social gatherings in their honor during the wi.fk, the chief of which will be a ban-(|uet on l-'riday night al which Jos. II. Choate will preside. On Thursday the delegates will be entertained at luncheon Col. Roosevelt at Saga more Hill and by Andrew Carnegie at a garden parly. Leaving New York the deh^gales will be the guests of the American eomraitlee in Boston, Washington, Philadeltihia, Chicago, Detroit, .Niagara Kails and Buffalo. World Peace Coming "As close in heart, so close He Canada and Ihe Cnii"d States geographi-eall.\,'' said .Mr. I'arkei, in welcoming the dele:4utes, "There are ;),S.47 miles of opijorluniiy for trouble, the longest international boundary in the world, not forlilied, not guarded, nor wuiclied Willi suspicion since 1817. when liic Hriiish and Am-erican governments informally agreed to the dis-aramamenl of the great lakes and the whole luirdiu- land. With such u, recuril in eviibuice who shall isay ] that mil ions ma;, not dwell side by side and be tor all time at perfect peace, or to maintain jieace they miis'i stand ever readj with hanil on trig- : ger, alert for trouble. "Wo have long heard that it is the battleship and the battalion lhat made peace possible. Gur childr 1 II uk 't is i n p,.; ....xerciseil on Moiiteiieiiro ureal relief was felt, ,is it h,(l be"i: thiuiglit she would re sjsl any atteni[it b> .\ustria to order jer army sou11;\\ ard. It was siiggesleil during the negotiations that the King of .Monlene-liro \voiild receive territorial corn-pens,ition m another direction if he Muiuhl liive up Scutari and thai llis Ma.esly was preparing to acceiit this ofier. Leaves It lo Hie Powers I.oiiiloii, .May .'i.--Montenegro has deciiled, according to diiilomatic advices recei\ed here, lo leave the filiate of Scutari in the liand.s of the powers. 'Ihis step is taken to mean W.] , , . _ I that the c\acuation of the citv will ilG OCeneS on il'aialgarjquare! he earned out immediately. The 'i|;iestion vr.W came up today at the niecliiig of the ambassadors in London of the l-'.uropean powers who will discuss the details. London--Keir Hardie as Peace Promoter Berlin Lacks Infortnation ;e>-. � ed there and as many morr the surrounding streets. Permission to hold a meeting was given at the last moment that no sul'fragettes would he allowed to speak. The supporters of the Women's Su-! cial and Political Inion, marched | through the Square, colors Hying, � preceded b.i a huge banner inscribed, | "Where theie's a will, there's a| way." The trouble began when a! speaker began to address the crowd' from the Whitehall side of the col umn. The promise had been given that no sjieaking should take place on this side because of inlerferenee i . ^^^.^ responded with tralTic. .\ husky policeman | then standing on the curb, hurled the speaker down on the heads of Ihe crowd below. The crowd then rushed the iilatform and endeavored to replace the speaker. (Continued on page 9). London, .May 5.-Sir Kdward Grey, the iiritish foreign minister, announced at today's meeting of ambassadors that Montenegro had unconditionally placed the question of the future of Scutari in the hands^of the l-^uropean powers. The decision reached hy Kin.g .Nicholas at the last moment had Ihj effect of relieving immedi.iiely the tension in l-'uropcan polities.  las-e;l unbounded satisfaet ii.m Ir di.lc-inats, and the general public. Tno at once. F^inperor Hears the News Weisbaden, Germany, May 5.-Emperor William received a despatch yesterday evening while attending an opera that Scutari had aled by .Montenegro. been evacu- f The Board of Trade Finances GIMLI BYE-ELECTION .lust -at the p-re^'cnt when Board of Trade fiujinees and grallt^ from thi; City I 'I i! to that orKaiiiziii ion are under diteusslnn. the lollowiHK balance sheet, prepared last week by the eit.c's ch.-(rUiicd ar I'ouriteiils wil' be Interestuig, 11 will be seen tlilil the Board spent less than $111,(100 last year. This is only about half what was disbursed, the previous year. The italemont follows; Fr-iijV, i>l� LATi.^�T PiCrURt OF THE KING IF BELGIUM Giinli, JIan., May 6,-Xotnli;ntions tor uiniii hye-eleetiou held today re-"lilted in the following ciindid;(.les be- ai; nominated; Conservativi.i, Kdmoii.l ;., Taylor, bai'risti>r-al-law. Wiunipei;; | i.iher.il, ArnI lOggm'stou, real estate' b,(i;�er, Wiiini]ieg. I'lleelleii day oneilialaneo bein week hence. Income Grant from City of Lethbridge.$71 OO.no \lember,ship fees..........lOllU.un .ItSl-'O.Ofl deficit :m- year 12'.lfi.(i;! Expenses M.-inagemeiit: Salaries of S.-( rciary-Treasur-er and atsii'aiiis........ Statkiacry and Mipplies..... Tele.giains and telephones ... Interest, disccuut and exchange ............... Postage and ICMiress...... Auditing for mil and 1912... Hall rents for meeting* .. .. Iniirovemenls to building ... Sundries.............. Phoiogrnpbs...... Postage and l-^xpress Auto Hire........ Duty on Pipers' unit'i Decor.iiin,g, etc..... Sundry: 27-19.:lil I i.',,i,.rtalliment......... "'�'�10 I Asjio(., Hii. of Trade lin-les. i tJranta to 1, bridge battery Exiienses lo convention--, 1 29.S.-> 12-1,95 .175.00 70.00 (to.35 m.m; $�1075.2-1 Publicity: Adverllslng-Newspapers . ..$1 Hn.c.:'. Advertising-Pamphlets ..... 1101.4Ui etc. Grand total.......... Correct subject to report. (Signed) W. A, HI<:NDh:RSON & N iRE SECREl SESSIONS ALLOWED HOUSE OF LORDS DECLARES AGAINST SECRET SITTINGS OF DIVORCE COURT CO., Chariered Accountants. VON JAGOW The foreign minister of from his latest picture London, Jlay 5-An end was put; today to the possibility of secret proceedings jn divorce and other suits in the United Kingdom by a judgment delivered b' tlie House of Lords, sitting as the highest court of appeals. The divorce court had ad.iudged a woman guilty of contempt of court in circulating among her friends the report of the case hoard in "camera" in which sJie had been accused- ot in-hd(?lity, hut had been vindicated. The Lord Chancellor's opinioo, in which the other law Lords concurred, reverses the judgment for con-; tempt of court. I The Lord Chancellor declared: "Ev-erv court of justice in the land is open to e.-ory subject of the King, German'y, '"n' tliP court has bo power to sid t othervyjae than wilit open doors." 74 4?4684 ;