Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Daily Herald Volume V. Allierta. Moiuhiy, May 13, Niwibcr.130 HOTEL OH OFA. R. tt OFFICES Will Be Ready tor Dr Farming Congress TO BE ENLARGED Present Building to B of a Much Larger Hotel THat the.C, P. R. get into th limelight in of hotel acco, modatlon for Lethbrldgc and 'that th hotel- will-be ready -ro> occupation b the time of 'the Dry Farming Congres is the news which co'm'es from Calgar today, through 'the agency of Mayo .Hatch, who when in Calgary last weel interviewed J. S. Dennis of the natura _ rciources department and. was given t (understand that, the company wer In a position to provide the necessar hotel for Lethbridge. The site will b i that now, occupied by the A. R. general offices., This summer the com 1 pany will-.renbvate In at building, mak ing'lt'jnto' a hotel and .having it read for the 'congress, Eo far .there are no plans for a pal atial -will rfollow. BU owing'to the" short time at the .dis ppsal of the company1 to prepare fo the the plans must be car rifid. out quickly, 'and. on that accoun the present building will be turned in to the -central -portion, and the wing necessary ''for, [..further accomodation "will be -as it may ,be required.1 IViill details, will uqt.be made 1'or. some Uuie. Qwins the ab -P. fienerai man ii'gcr pi-Vthe -Natural Resources depart jhuut'in It will be Impossible to company .will bu ablc: LbVilq alorijj ing llio buli'iIiiiK ,lnlo ii -.hotel. This jg made of. the. flic ihat is still in; possession ol! Iho building They-Amustvue with othei nccomuiodaUoh; any to the building. canibe. proceeded with' However, hccorcling IP .the informa- tion g-lj'en .D; Fialey, -of the" Dry Congreas fiver tbe telephone, Sly. Deunia'atates'Umt the company ia L-nnvfiiccd of the 'absolute nf meeting .the and quiclcly. "Under these cirquinstu.uceB the only thing tlioy.can do is. to utilize 'the ure- ncaL biiildiiig to., the' best advantage, 'mid in dping.sp they-exiiecl to-be able (o .accomodato at- least' the distins- ulshed guests, at the cougress: I The -Present' Scheme The is to renovate the -as the main part of t.lic hotel; wings may be. uuildihg- fnLo a cornplete'but temporjiry hotel by [he nddlUou oC tlihiojg rooms nnd banquet lialls. Until such time ''as .Jfr. Kaisinith- returns -rrom the cast there ivill :be nothing done. Tlieh -worlt yill be commenced, na. ijuicUly as pos- The' [act that the various rte- liartments :R. I. are now being controlled from Calgary, nmkii-a it easy to remove tde iiresent .staff in. tho bfllqe rhcro to temponuy quar- ters for the 'tliuH "allowiiib ccasti'iiction n'prk 16" ue begim. "The siuraliou'is fairly nieL and, tlic jieoplp of Lcthbrldge a oH gralitude tov.tlie C. P.' R. for tlieir notion in .thp; That is- the Bixed lip the. slt- uatlpni' Anfl. at'tlie same time it bears, out the remnrks: nmdo by Grant Hall or, .his visit', here nn.. Saturday mornipr.- NORMAN ROBSON Norman brother of v Robson, oil this clly, lias accepted the Liberal, nonilna- lion In Maple Creeic constltu- eiicy, for the Saskatchewan Legislature. His opponent-will be D. J. Wylie, the present v member. BATTLESHIP RUN INTO FREIGHTER STEAMER WAS BADLY RAMMED AND HAD TO BE, RUN. AGROUND May 13. In. a 'thick fog which ciuiic iloun suddenly over- the HriLisli clminicl a serious cullisioji oc- curred rilt Folkestone ycstenUy be- tween Ihi: batUeshii) "London" and tlie Uritisli Dciu HeuHo, lo lincnos Ayrcs.- The battlij- sliip, apparently cd [o Slieerncss for examination, but assistance for the slcamcr hail to iynallcd (o Dover. Tuys procesiliiil to hnr into Lhc hariior. hut one ol lirr liolds.was filled and slic rapid- Inul 16 he run aground. KING MEETS fylcBRIDE AEGEAN SEA IS BOHLEDUP May RlcUrldc was a guest Ad- I !riiiralty I vrcs on SalH'rdayi.iliidiwas'pre- v TURKEY UNABLE :TO SEND OUT Honied to G GERMANY ANXIOUS FOR EttNTE WITH BRITAIN Von B'ieberstein's Ap pointmehu Causing Much Speculation Among London, Afoy" The Daily Tele raph's Vienna in -con lection with Ihe accepfed', belief 'llm Baron Alarschal Von Bieberstein.' is coining' to London peace miasioi: 'rom the Kaiser, coiuoius oa lli'e -Auglb.-Gernian wherein lie recounts "certain mgos qC modcvii lilslory, lor he md. .access ionable1. his authority he ngv-Baj-Qn" I''rledrich: ".Voh HolGteiu than 50 pt'the tifcal ol'-Aiie-.tiermnh 'Ka-r- iigiV way; luriug that time power bc- est, '.13 aupplied by 'of era wrJlten by BarqnvypnUToistein, Yhicli n oppprtimityiof readins. -These. let- ers, which the, Dally; Telegraph says., Lhn public as trustworthy addition .to, Llic aeci'et nnafs of our show that. 'tbree attempts emi'any to atUJn a soi-t flprkiug ompromise j.Gerinahy'i-.imd reat BriLuiu lu. Coi'ly ycuva.' o( them were''diiG'to the'oiii it-is-' ve-of Btsmntcic belonging -to .the time 'when on Uuelow was' chauu'elip'r. S; It. is impossible to- th-a hole oC Lhc .Vienna cprrespprideul'g esnatch, but the fpliowiug: exlratts om the Daily .TeiegriLpli's. editorial tlie subject good 'As our .corresiJODdeiit 'in .Viedha lls DlBinarcli, bii at" least two siihordlniited his'. personal A. Will Resign His Seat Toronto, May reply to .an enquiry addressed to Hon.-A, G. Mackay, at. Edmonton, as to the report that he intended to reside In the West in future, and asking If- it meant his retirement from .Ontario politics, the former Liber- .al leader In the Legislature, said 1 "Ves; r am now In actual practice in Edmonton, a city of great pro- "mlse- not intend immediate: ly to severe my political rela- tionship with my constituents, in North Grey, but will consult them "later. STARTING FIRES Drastic Regulations Pro- posed to Be Enforced on the Railways TROOPS OR SUPPLIES TO TRIPO'Ll Home, May'. Is. anounced in the newspairars. today tlmt the occu- pation by .'Italy of the. IslanJS of.Kar- pathos, Placejil Nisyro, in the Grecian 'A und b'c- COPPIR KINGS TAFT SENATOR QIXON EXPLAINS WHY .'CERTAIN MONTANA CAMPS- VOTED AS THEY DID Washington, .May uii Col. KooKcvrlt's man agci, said today ('The Tali, campaign managers liavo 'iiHantlj' given wide (nibliciliun lo lie fact thai the Amalgaimleil LPJJ Mn) H Riliw i Hoard i L ts first since tbe deith ot hulge Mibee tlils alUinoou. bad under, conel derationed raft regula- tions prepared Ocrfqniiasion of Conservation in fire pro Th-a that existing regulations shnU-be abolished, a new.-aet..drafted Ccnmu'b- sionera: be adopted. These regula- tions, 'nre'v.BOUi'ewbai. lengthy provide that all -engines rpust he fitted wllli. netting, to "prevent .the escape of spurlcs, "every' railway coin- puny provide; inspectors at ier miual it-shall lm to cxamlue from April.1'to November 1 each j-en all In use 'The proposed regulations give the chief.. Eire .ihsnectbrsVor ainv authoriz- ed1 locpuio- Inetj it ajl times and lo leject tlic e found Lo be defective ih icgiTd fire aTrangemente It is pioilded in the chaft leguU tions fbat Lhc iiiMajs shill not per to be do- posiled outside of. the ird Ilinlls cept thei be immedUtcH extinguish ed jSo railwajj be, allowed to bum lignite coal on its engines railwaj must breaks along the route 'oi its line In. accprdauce wltb regulatioiiB.'prcscrlb- ed -by Inspector bC tbe board. In Saskiitcbeu-an and. Alberta the firoT.brealts: musL .consist of a plowed longing IQ Turkey. Lcgethor iwllli the captvu-e of the .Turkish Islands oT SUimpulia and Hhpdcs, completely closes the.- Aegean. Sen. Turkey Is Lluis blocfcca isblaled from: the She- Is.. consequently unable to dtspatch" waraliljis-or tropne to Tripoli. WATERWORKS FOR LACOMBE Lacombe is couslderlng tlic Instal- lation oL': aystein. CRANBROOK TRAIN WILL CARRY MAIL CAHDSTON CAMPAIGN Premier' Siflon speaks at Magnilh. tonlglit In support of- Mr. Woolf, the coining member. for Cai'dstoii, ami he will speak at Warner tomorrow af- A ternoon. On Tuesday night, Mr. Woolf. v and others will speak al Jlilk Klver, nt meeting 5Ir, Parrlsh to speak. Postmaster General Ac- cedes to Oft-Made Request MR, LEACH NOTIFIED THE INNER MEANING OF INDUSTRIAL UNREST Liberals Will Get Some Splendid Work strip not Icet in familiar figure" of Joceph Haycock, for the past ten'years inspector of bind- er twine.for the Dominion, Is "Qt likely to anain In the In that least. Mr.' Haycocks' record as a "plat- form orator in the days of the Laurter regime it Is re- ported, been ,naw remembered ag- ainst him, and as a consequence his servicesV, no ..longer be required 4 ividtlr alongieacb side' of> the right of way. ...Oneo-f .the .most importanti'iiro visions, calls upon all railway com maintain a staff of fire rang- ers'vfor'.palrol fire fighting diitj f-rom April 1 to'November 1 The size of this organi? 'ed'fbrceVis to be fixed for each rail' inspectov __Section ..men _and-ptber_nnj has. delivered' Hie nlovecs mcludmg contiictois n UuLic, Helena and Mjssoula, .Moa- an 'emergency fire fl tniia, to. the uiachfiic. Moro.lhiui staff.v An .exceedingly important pro- -wo niohtlis Uic .Coupcr ,Cn., managers in New agreed .with Hie TaFt mimagcinGiit lo ilelivcr llic Jloniana, dclcgateb TaU at" Chicago. iMonlana has" no -.di- .reel -primary Tim republican yplr- Lhai tiine' he: said I .it' slioul.1 tlic iimlu conccrii of the people oE Letbbrldga ;-rleht 'up. loathe time of the Congress to have accoinmoilaLiqn for .their-guests. He aaid.he realized .that a lot-was to llic'c! P. n. in1 bis rather unlgfnalic. reply, al that time leude the belief, that .he bas considered the has.been, in some de- Krcc responsible for the annoimcemeiii made .today, through .the department .of Mr. Wlifle .the.-.dctnils of: the sclieme arc only to bo suruiiBod at.Lhe present lime, thera is Jin; absolirte certainty tlmt the company will -handle the mat- ter to Ihe cutlre saisfncion of all con- cerned. The .fact..that the, company 1ms acquired large Interests in tlie city through .Inking-over "the A. R. J. leads to Iho general belief soon have one'of the best C. P. 11. hotels in tbe country.. Their interests are. here now, and there Ia no doubt that Letbhrldge will be IrcuL- in the same nianner na other cflies in the west.1 ,11 will be remembered thai at .the time ot Mr. Dcnais'.visit to Lethbrldge Jn the surlng ,the: matter of a-liotol then beiiig..dlsciissed. and Mr. Dennis, would give, no satisfactory reply to 'the, niiosllons put to him In the, matter'. left the pco- plo of'Lcthhridgo with the feeling Uml iho cnmpnny would tflep in and nieul. the sllnulion If that action were found necessary- fac't that all tbe hotel jH-oposIHoils on foot at Unit to baa probably led to tho intest ncdou of. hlw ellng to the the diplomatic crs in' Montana in-every aguiculUira] set" Uimsel'tr lo bring I county where priiiun'c's were held, as I R clear Uiu C, I'..Tt. will .nt ojjrb make a sfnrt on n hotel biilld- hig for J.cllibrldsq. about an inlimate If noi a closer, bond, belween--GTeat; Bri- tain and the German 03niplrc, first occa-iioii was the Berlin congress, at which, ii. will lie.reiiicriibered, Dis- marck expressed his .wholesale admir- ation or LoTd Ueaconsneldt.'asv.beliig in a very excen.libnal degree, t of iliG situation. With'.Lo'T field, obviously 'Bismarck, f at hoiueraiid It was in thes'e circura- stances .IhaL in JS7S, a conyorsatlon took place. heLiveen.. llie "djplp.nmtie. corps of Germany and.' Great Britain, with a view to making ransements for an understanding. The coiiversatipn pLI.wo siich Bismarck palnletl tino by Innd and the .sea, wpiiKl mean the secure attainment 'pT. peace for .at least a "As (.lie Triple Alliance was not in existence, bill Blsmnrclc npparcntly waa sure of Auatrin, which could' piny a part in looking nfler the Halkau pro- vinces, and checkuiiitliTK- auy-aiubl- Uous designs oC Russia. ocasion untloubtcdly seemed a propitious one, but tbe Irpuy of h'ia- tpry fatally thwni'tcd Dismarck's. Je- siyns. in'Flat Head, Kivalli, Ycllowstonr Dawson ancf similar counties dcclau- eil for Kooscvcll, as against fall inpre than 7 to 1. Tim city ,oi -IlutLc (Silver Bonr County) Hie Anul cil Copjiou. mine shift es and employees wurit Ihiougli; the larcc oE hnldiiii; a and insLructing. llicir delegates t'or Taft. Jn" jUissoula, al an dHiiro.qf several Uiousand dollars ami witb.thc ooeu ami notorious use nt money, purchase of voLcs, the Amal- gamated .f.'o. .succccclLtl 11 carrying ihc primaries for Tart. "Lord Polilica) Changes Deiiconnffehl, Ihroughout sympathetic, was ousted from authority soon after the .conclu- sion of the Trciiiy. of J.terliLi, and dslone'fc rise coupled with all (he oxclteinenl of'.tlic Bul- faiV atrocities, siieedlly1 neutralized fill holies of any arraiigenmnt such. as. 1lie twn Blalesmcii haa- tlcdircil. ".Tlial WJLS, however, not the occasion on wbich soiindcd the views, ol -hla coimlry. Our. corres- pondent tells ua Biniiiarck some, youfn Inter (In 18S7J wrntc a perjoual loiter to Lord Kallsbuiy. i iCoiltliiiien on prise S.) STEAMERS RACED TO PORT ARTHUR I'ovL-ArUmr, om.. May ,111 ilioia, Uic l.irgo.sl ship of lhc la.'c and Ihc llamonic, the of IhoMortlH'ni N.Tvigalion Co (ock Umuigu tht1. Soo together it T yesterday aficniODii. Tlie Ifamonic ;it- 'ision.is one calling upon railways in -Brltl5h..Coluinbia, on and'after April operaLo locomo- Liyesj'as.-buriv oil and-coal.. This Is bcingiopposed by Lhe railways on the ground that II would result in serious injury-to the coal mining industry of BUILD FIVE NEW.CHURCHES .Swjft Currcnl, Saslc., Ula'y liic'W clnirches, from to to be buill iiere this.year -HAULTA1N MENTIONED Ottawa, arny name .of Hon, F. G. Ilaultain, o[ Saskatchewan, is now-mention- "ed ,as a successor to Jiidgo. Maliee, as chairman of the Rallwny Commission, Bntish Publicists are Com- me cing to Figure Out the Problem London, -Hay .Daily '.-Mull this morning announces tlmt'ILig.op; oniugau enqulry.into, the labor'um'est. Ic is aiming to :causea of personal, brooding and discontbnl la the social and economic syatoin, which bas been made evident -by; the the 'supposed, settle men b of wblclijyoves tlia.t_tlie. grhnn rig for deciding, them ;are: not onlj sow the seedb foi iiituieu dis puLe The first contribution onlr is an article b> the novelist- Hubert G Wales the gift ot which the esscncL of piofound d'atTUit a ong tbe Mi Wales, do- present hocnl disturbance us dangerous Tbo STIS [s -deep and peiliapa it; is tUc initial pllaee or. a real and Jirepaiible cHsa wai fn the 3 ear since Coromtion, have jnoxed icry from 'the: assurance VIADUCT BRIDGE, ISNOWiINUSE GALT STREET CROSSING CLOSED .HAS .BEEN; FIXED Jhc Gait street dossing wli th Ins hecn ciusing so much discus1'1 m nf late, is. closed at On yaluv'ny ucinng came noiu the suiieim ten dent of Hie dliiMon to put up the bais and ihspLn c bci n guarding th" lr el ng fot al years iws ilont indrtorlay Die Ninth street bridt'o and the subway: under the high bridge ire llicic is now onlyi one J irl crossing in Hit ciU tint it Tint iLh, street. Tlie approaches: to'. Ihe line been put in good condition is lias also Llip MIC 1-iMd bill -xuil '.etucular Uatfic lull not cncounlci the obslicbs enijilojed He ciilfclaes the good In which in ;the re-opening of tentions of the whole gov. says Sir. Wales of extreme Socialism towards tbe re- ,os in Lion of a spi cacling disorgaiiiza Lion. It is idle sovs Mi Wales to pieleml inj loogei that these laboi Irojbles aie d mere matter of (be aud.iake of the It la not au adjustment that is in pro Kress nou and at Un stringo afeen Tuia revolutionary fttiLh" full} apiojirialc Nothing' IB being done lo these forces ever) tbiug to them Mi Wales spes on to rcmaik on the change in_ the outlook-of-, the now! enl condition, of workmen compared ith their fathers M_ Wiles taj-i (Jie tiaB.piit.tbe whole.social system .upon trial, and seems to give au adverse agaicst it The. sajs Gratifying Victory for the Southern Boards of Trade Tlie good news was received in city today moll, service is to be.started nt as a date as pos- iible on Ihe afternoon Irain from Jled- iclne Hat: 16 Craubrook. The agitallou for this wvvlce has beeu in progress for tho past in a years or more, the LeLIibrldge and oth- er boards of trade repeatedly asking tbe favor. There-was nothing .doing, promises of consider- ation ASBO- cluted.Boarda oi Tr.i'deof Southern'Al- berta, .took'It asked man ter General for an ser vice.ou the Crow's Nest line, on'tie.JIaclecKl-Calgary branch. Percy-Leach, the euei-gellc flecretary has follouprl tlip flrtt comULnicatlo up; with acvernl otliers'jand 'kept at" it until today, he was gratifying replj The Pobtmaeter Ganeral.writes Ihat the Cranbrook. irain. earlj date but that JMI_ train closed mall both dall} and ho ihought that sufficient for the.present. Ah Leach expressed grpit pleaeurt. at tho granting or the service for .Cranbrook train; aa ,it .will mean -mucli. to tlie.buairieBa iii- of Lothbndge and, all ainng- the Hrte WuBineus (meiL can. mail letters up to clock m tho afternoon and lie JiBaured. of speeds rcaclHug1 ill towna ert route tlie fcame iventDj J x jTlie grqnhnp ot the recmcst IB a tell ing tribute to the efficacy oi the jolut action of the Southern board n of trade and if nothing more lud been, accom pllabed to date that be sufficl ent lo justify fill tbe work done pQd money expended. HOUR SPEECHES IREJINROPUUR tje ,QoI fji tuQ confllf.t Gait.street crosying ftfti-r liaving.firsL hecn closed. KOOTENAY CONSERVATIVES Nelson, .1J.C., IVlay, Conser- vatives will hold a on May. to nomlualo a di'dale for the. Kpotenay. hye-eleclion on 20, and.n. F. Green, of Vic- tovla, IH Lhu probable candidate. No Liberal is yet In' the field, but several 7iamos are nientipned, Inciud- ing tliat of .ttalph SniiLli, former nicra- ber for Nanaimo. Not So Bad for a New Settler rived jl .Utlmr (i.50 Ihis mom Ing, an hour 'ahead of the As mitoln H was the lir-sl lime two flag ships met, for a run ui.Tixst, Uic -70 mi Icy of Lake Hifiiprlor, srnsoii "sclini.t ulcs making tin- n.ccting possible, ami; llic.rivolryHhiU existed ucM- ing jnlcrcsl Ln event. SIX THOUSAND FOR CANADA London, Mny ilie. 'past IliouHnml ScotllHh cmisi'unfs Imvo for Canada, -UITCC 1 Hionsand hJiwlBif ilurlng the week end. -S; Farm Home of G. H. Moreland, New Dayton ernlng Imd of influential not only their .good .intenltpna, -but their These.are the new conditions, ami (.he elderly ..'gen tlc- .virko arc.denllng with a crisis on the supposition Hut their last ienoe Avilh tlie labor question Jn the 'seventies and 'eighties vnluabli! guidance in the present issue arc merely, bringing the powec1 of_niiB- anprehenEJon to tlie. rovolutlonai-y force. Tho workmen'shiew generation is "full of distrust whicli is Llie moat demoralizing of socitil disl.rust so profound .that- it cease-3 nol only in tho parHnmDiit, but.iit the' law: in parliament as tn.it lolerahlc life, which lie'desires, Ttien ly only one in which our. present drift towards lionavy disorder, call'bo! arrested, rind thai is by "restoring tlie Ihese alienated mllllonfl, -twlib 'vislbly are changing from loyalty, to the Crown, from Elmiile iifttriotlsui, -rrom habitual indu.slry lo.a.moro effective expression of deeiusnlng Lloyd George's View, Ily a atTnngc oolncldrjitie, the Dally. Mewa nrlnls an Inierylew this morn- Ing with Chancollor Lloyd Oeorge, who is himself a good deal, of ft" Soclulis.t labor .Tlie industrial ijoslllon (sajy Jlr. hrtlic the Liberal government. Iiivreply. to (IiiesLiona ny lo nothing .should be done to prevent the railways and noal gtrlkoa, tlic Chancellor. "Such strikes cannobbG prevented, because, until jliey IIRVC pccuris2d, public opinion lias nol been formed, I udinit thai Die lesson h'ceii learned- now lioth by> tlio goycrtiatent nud llm. nntloii. Anxlnty sed thiil the Binic.tiire c-? sso- iContliiuctl on pagft S.j GROWING..' .UNREST IN PARLIAMENT OVER LONG- WINDED ORATORS London May Ihe re m the House of Commons aialnst onre described by the late Lord Salisbury, .'as. of dilatory is becoiainp one of Hie most marked. pbrteiits.-jnC, the Inner- life of alon. In ono form coming to theifront almost; every. day. The latest manifestation, on ject IE the I m of notice of 'motion by declaring. that as manv speeches deUvercd in. this bouse, both from the front >anVl back benches. are of unreasonable leng'.b, it Is expedient to'linilt thei-dlirr ation of all speeclies, other Uian'-thoBo' of the of the ;four ipartlea7 lit.: the house to twenty minutes The Home Rule Bill, wlt averaging an hoiir, scnfed, to .bring. heail, and tliose tho Mouse of Commons of (inding: remedy. matterH1 for- ,lhe- momenO.to buL the nuleance' PREMIER SCOn ENTERS BATTLE Swift Liberal nomination, for Swift''Current' proyinclnbridbiE lakes placo on'May 23. Premier Scott, .Sir. .Knowles, Al. P., and othcvs will tic. present to ftU- dress iho convention, and II is expect- ed (hat Ihc Premier will elaborate his the future government of the [iroylnce. Mo will again receive the.nomination for the riding, nnd b la supporters'.are preparing to give him a Hearly rcceplfon. MOTOR CAR MANAGER KILLED Vancouver, B.C.. -May.1 Gould, inimager of the motor car.bnsr was injured yesterday and -died: early this morning.'. Ho ivns speeding, in- uii'Kbiirnb tbo islecr-1 Ing gonr Jainineil, ami the car over- turned.