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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TWELVE PAGES Lethbritlgs, Alberta VOLUME VI. IS 1IM OF THE I1USIIL o ite three applications [or faus too rinr bottom b3en made to the cio'. ap- tlfttcii acres, and, If LETHBRlOGE BAND WILL D1S COURSE SWEET STRAINS FOR FIVE DAYS eneral Strike Threatened at REDUCE DIVIDEND York, May Sew York, Hartford Railroad, re Patterson, N. J., to Enforce dccc-d Us dividend rile from S to t> cent, a >ear by a Mr. Doherly Introduces ilal brought up at e.-ly dividuid ot Hi per on ul meeting last ulahl. and the Incident Which Does Not Tend to Support Reduction of Police Force "Marry In hssle, repent at leisure.' Tho old atlge holds good in other lines of business besides Ilio business of marrying. Hardlo taya to, intimating that Ibe council acted hast- ily last ntsht in Us decision to Choi oif the, heads of two of the members of ihc j-ollce force. lie has rc-Ason to repent for the ac- tion uAen by tlie. council, for an in cldcnt happeuc-d to one of the mom liou o! tie family last iitg which chows, lie believes, tho neet o! all the police Chle! n.-vvis had liis Hloff. Mrs. Hardte was cnenly In polled on Third last evcnini ur an unknown uian, and this tie mayor this grvvo ou the following written statement: "It J had known last night what know this mornlug I would not uude any circumstances hare countenance eny reduction on tho pollco force. "NolwIlhEtaiidine tho present effli iency of our pollco force, vro are no tlioroujMy protected and our wiie (ind children have not tho absolul freedom of our streets free from i eult. 1 would rather see our polk force do'jUed than that one respec ebie daughter or mother should ha rjbjectcd to Insult. "Portions of our city lately. owing lo 60319 patrolmen Doing; sick and others being entitled to a phort holi- day, are oft duty, arc withoat rnen, and oven tile mayor's iviffl- was not exempt from Insult and ha'd to tccfc protection In a nearby friendly home. This fairly makes my blood boll. Tlireo similar cases v.-ere brought to ray attention thla morning. Comparisons nave." been made -be- tween this city and Great "Whllo very recently gambling halls Bnil red lighfo'itlricL'! were not policed oa Uu-y as insliluUiu ot tiVdi-Y and were, left Open, 'ff ''I'flfere is ihe further conslderotlo Ital Great IB the headquarters c-r a sheriff's staff, all of which are salllablo In emergency In that city. -To those, who arc. familiar with jolMiis United' Slates westen towns, arc fully tiiat compar kor.s arc invidious. "I am very much In of econ omy and do not Intend to go bad tSo poHilion the council look las eight until It hM had a fair liu J not ElBjid for any condition tha ii. (Joes not fully protect decent worn? folks." Unavoldabla Reduction trenlnp tiio Dolico force "was tcfluced by tliree men. not by tho city ,j' council, but by clrcimfctancea which sroia to Seep three ol luo coailalilcs from reporting for duty. Const. Wooil soniO manner unknown has con- tracted a mltd form of small pos, and -1 was ruihcd lo Ihe Isolilion hospital "l Another constabio had been liv- EGRO SHOOTS SEVERAL THEN SHOT HIMSELF Fort Worlb, May eo. a negro shot nd killed Policeman a veler- n of the. local force, and Walter core, a liesro, and shot and eeferei) ounded David C'ollon and Harold urdock. and an unidentified negro. [e then c-rawled Into a sewer whila ursued by a mob of two. thousand eople, arulsbot himself. He'will die. trouble started when Lee fired pon a negro, with whom he hail imrellcd. This oxclted him and ho an to a negro poo! hall and killed Moore. Tha policeman ktlied heu he attempted to arrest Lee.' City t-and lilay ai the- Calgary Kiblbltlon, 1 lo S.. Inclusive. It is tardly neces tarj- to that llandmaster Cllna has accepted the offer. Tlicy are lo jilay a hand for the whole five days Congratulations are certalr.l> in or- der, although It Is only a matter, of course ttat outsiders should look to this city when first hand music Providing for Some Much Needed ProteUion cits1' eipert, Aid. AIrd cd tbe opinion that ihe river bottom v.ouhl not iteed irrigation in an or- dinary season. If all tbe plots die iIUpuscu of. the cllj should be al- most Eu.iraulted a fresh supply of garden stuff daring the whole pum- is wanted, and Ihe olfer comes as a recognition of real merit. Peculiar Case in Supreme Court Signatures Produced and Admitted to he Genuine 1'robahly the most peculiar case on he whole dot-Set o! tlie. civil sittings f the Supreme Court belorc Mr. uslice Walsh was 'that ot McLean s. Bainsbury which was heard >cs- crday afternoon, and on which judg- lias iiot bcfn handed An air of'nijstery surrounds a certain i.hich figures largely in li.o case, and-even -the defendants to thorn, that document, 'a 1 tansfer" of properly, is particularly al.a'loss.lo' explain Bjck iiiMPOS -NHjifhrt's. owned a'e-Duli addition.- flic property-faces McDun St. A sjndicate composed of Uich'- ael and John Kelly, Mc- Lean, and bought the property, paying abodt SfOO lor and for the A transfer was but never registered by the syndicate. Later, a couple ol 'years second transfer was made out Niien Hros transferring -the brick-j yard property, to the ._Kcll_v Ilros.' They had the transfer 'registered. Later holh brothers .the property wr.s administered administrator ;C.f. the estate. -i'- 1% N'ow McLean, and if-.c other-'mem- bers oi tlie sjndicate. are suing Kains- h'.iry tor tlieir share ol (he- ipke ot Uie properly. The whole deluding the thr-ii worth alout Not it is worth a loi. or about II the second transfer were not in existence thetc would lie no ne.ed of GET CONTRACTS London, .May big contracts bare gone, to Germany for two parra of lock gales and a swing brldee from the East India Socks. 'I he Port authority found it uecessar) to place the contracts abroad, the est tender of a British firm being against from a con lineutal firm, with considerable accel eratlon in the time of delivery. COURT .WILL DETERMINE AS T WHETHER IT BELONGS TO BARBER SHOP OR NOT )ng In too Bamo hoiase- nuarau- a lawsuit to recover the value of lined, wiillo a third was off on holiday Icavo. Third nveniio residential dUt- triol if us not catrolled during tho eien- Chief DrvilB refuses to mnko any puolto ttalomoat regardlns the nclion of Ihe council In.reduoInK his forr.e. His opinion >.n this regard however, la T-cll knovn for Is only a few voeks ago lint ho appeared licforo tl.o council lo'Hfk for more men lo cover iho city properly. Mayor HerdJo when asked, stated that he would not brine the question tctorc tho next meeting of the coun- cil, hnt wo'ild wait lo RCO how Ihe. ex- periment In cutting down the- forco T'orhs out in practice-. PRESIDENT BRAWWELL ANNOUN- CE6 STAFF AND THEIR ASSIGN- MENTS FOR 1913-14 Raymond, May Dtjravrell, of Knight lloui.Lca fAOuiiy fur tLc acaquniK tchool ot 1511: Krneil llramwcll, B A., D.D.I D., lire- atii civics. Waid L B.A.: sclcnco. E. S- Paulson: Iralning. Geo. 0. Nyo: plnuo and volce.- Cszltr: Krgiljh andl 'elocu- tion. llcbr.r F. Walton, doaitsllo art and 'The fctnrtents an enlertainnien lael In largo nnil appre clatiie audience. .he propel E> to the original members ol the syndicate. N'iven liros. do not remember signing the second trans er, ai.d tesliiy tlut tt.ey received no money for so doing. It is a mystery Lo them. Ihcy admit tlieir lorc ii ilic fact that Mr. 'Hyssop itr.esicd sitrLatnres on the. sec- ond transfer, although lie Is one of Irie plaintuls in the action to secure the land tor and tl.e other nicmhcrs cl the sjndicatc from thc- Kelly estate Mr. Hyssop also ad- mits his signature, hut morning, tbe proprielor had a pret good hunch where II could be foun as Ihere was only one individual Ihe sl.op previous lo the time it w missed. The police "were informed of I facts, ar.d at 11.10 the perton descn d in the Windsor Ho iy Special Dctoctive Pearson, ilaccd under arrest by Constable C. "Lay. The man gave bis name as Joe Mil- or, and denied absolutely having any in his possession. The first pc-ckel searched, revealed a razor, vshlch accused claimed lie had orncd for five years. Tho proi.rietoi of Ihe barber shop was called In. positively identified the Hie one stolen earlier In tbe morning. Miiier detained, and will an- to charge tomorrow. lie bad been in tho company of one, George Montgomery, uho said that he know nothing of th'e llioft. ines to prevent curt-splioi. Import-j nl'thanges arejalso rnaiie m the aw with regard to the slave raffic. Mr. Dor.erty saui the 'gov- rnment had'ad.optcd the provision? I the English acvfoi last rear which naVcs the punishinent people who .raRic in this m'dre'seicre. Sir- Doh- rty staled lbat..iliere was a provi- sion m .I t3 ease h i so an l- iiig in i.. t. aibu an punishment' pr'clnl- drcn, or children when tht; aie left in want. -At present punishment is pos- DEMONSTRATION FARMS MADE "510.60 NET PER HEAD ON Kdmonton, May l6.-Four liur.drei steers fattened, on the. Alberta sov lias endangered j eminent demonstration iaims a their, life or health Oilier important .Olds, ar amendmenls include provisions Jor sold and iia' the making of an indictable offense I nrofit of S4 1S7 58 o the slealiue; from husband or wife, jreaiiwo a neu g. Th obtaining of credit, by false state- c J ei ht of siccr ment of aflairs, the circulation oi pounds imitation coins. Militia "Timccrs are Rlicn.powers to arrest suspicions characters' Vvho are found within the limits ol militia's properly. SEE THIS GREAT FILM The splendid three-reel feature at the nijon, "Tlie Pdlace of Flame." is unlciue because of the fact thai the ombs Galore Found Sup prcssion of Ladle's Paper Unpopular They were bought at an averaj price 6! at an avr aje price of Alt the cattle range-bred steers, from two to four >ears old The conditions as to snipping, etc were considerably dti- ferenl on the different farms, ac- counting for' big diffrrel.ces in the- avcrage gains by dificrent bunch- London, May militant su campaign nt placing bornl i public institutions to coerce In oveinment into granting tbe--pa franchise lo ivon'.en was on in scieral ol .nr.dnn and the provinces today. A lorkmanliVc canister oi cxplusives lith a clockwork attachment was ound in tlie Itotlierite public library u south-east London this morning. I -was labelled "vote? lor women." to Lellel in some quarters, t was placed tl.cre by a'man. In- deed, tl.e police suspect -many men lave been by 'the militants :or this work. Another mat-hine found today in a letter loi'oi.'the soulhwesl London. H conbistcil .ol a glass lube containing burned fuse was attached lo .one end. The polite ileclaie the bomh "appar- ently was set there liy militants.' Sl'ill another canister of explosives with a partially burned ;'fuso was found today in Holy Trinity church at Hastings a popular wati-ring place on tlic south coast, .v.herc the mill lanls have been most active during the weet. A defeat has tieen indicted on th government by in tti matter ol the suppression ol the mil itant silfiragelte newapancr, th "Sultragetl'u." After Archibald Hodtia, counsel io the treasury liad announced that th government would prosecute anyon printing the newspaper in the iulure Patterson, XJ.. power lants In Ibo city are under guard to- ay in of the threat! of a. gener- 1 strike by speakers at the. reat meellns of tie striking Bilk mill held to protest against tba onvlclton of Patrick Qulnlan, Indus- rial Workers of tho World leader, ound guilty of inciting riot. His ellow leaders, among them "Big Bill" layvrood, are yet to be tried on a imllar charge. Tbe marimmn penalty s j ears in jirisoa. Ten thousand' ttriken and >athiic-rs attended protest meet- ne, cheering madly when LQS- sig. one of thoso Indicted, advised them to "tie up ererr garaga street car Una In tbe city, and put out all the lights for a oonpla ot' DlgbtE. Quinlan apoJce ol his conviction, and predicted tbat Hayirood, Carlo and Elizabeth Gurley. Flynn would also be "railroaded by perjuring police." He advised a boy- colt of all merchants advertised In' which did not favor the Indostrlal Workers o! tho World. Haywood spoke ot tie possibility o( bis conviclion, and added that thc-rt> were others ready to 'take his placo it he went lo prison. "Ettor will my .e-a outcd: "Glovannitti will take Trea- t's, Matilda Ilabinovilz Till .take iss Flynn's, and others will coma to kc the places of Qulnlau and 1-es- We are- out for the tight-hour o.-k day.-aid tve.v nd 'no court in New Jersey can d_e- are our law unconstitutional Yei, I 11 you, we are gotr.? td get eight ours this year, and neit year TVB will rlke and hours as a ork and we wiil get it, too.'p- the Labor Press and some of Liberal newspapers which are greatest gain in weight uas elaborate palace was built for the cv recorded f.t Sedgowick, the averagi press purpose of being destroyed by increase, being 200 pounds, but thi- fire, and being reproduced in motion greatest profit was at Ycrmillion, protested that this was an tnfring photography. It Is one of tie the net gain was S17.50 per mcnt ol the liberty oi inc. films ever lo this city. Most-of the feed was grown n, mlier of pad. slrongest supporters ot the cabine Th It Is gorgeous in design and infilling] on tl.e latins anil'was chalgni up h In every respect. the account at market prices. MARKED TO BE DESTROYED BY SUFI'RXGETTES KING AND EXTEND QUEEN VfSIT TO GERMANY rxmdon, .May visit of King George and Queen Maiy to Germany lo allccd (he marriage ol Ibe Kaiser's daughter, Princejg Victoria Louise, to nrnctt of Caraberi, will be (enclcd ihctr original Inten- lloa. They had (o rtmoln tliero only (wo but now II has bren deckled Ihcy will Ictuo on .May 16, and iclurn on Mfly JS or 21. The man-logo will be celebrated on May l.ondon, May Ihe benefit Blenheim Palace, the which marked to bo dtitroyed latt week by militant luffragettsa. Msrlbc-rouah it one of Ihc ihow places of England, intl tome very valuable ploturei and works of art, The plot frullrated by the Duke of Marlboroogh, who, with his wife, the Duc-heis, 19 Ihc-wn In Inj'et. .Hereafter the public, which has been freely accordtd entrance while the Duiii not In rtiUenoe, will bo prolilblted frcm.tnlerlnj. of likely visitors to Canada, parltcu- ironto, during Ihe eummer "Truth" fnis week prints a warning lhal ilsllors to Canada will have to beware- of Indulging in drinking tbey are in Twonto, as many of ths larglr Cscsdlsn cities have water suppllea ivhlch are not ab- ove suspicion; but .Ihftt Toronto hai dlBtlcgLilshcd ItEcif In a special man- ner In consequence 6f using On tarlo, both as a source of water 'sup- ply also as a receptacle for age, placing the intake of Ihe cnt, George Lar.yburj, and tl.e S idlist member, James Kfir Ilatdic, ersonaliy offered to undertake the lublication of thf paper, but thesuf- ragetlcs declined Ihelr oner' willi corn. Thereupon the home nfficc issued a statement declaring that Mr. Uod- dn's pronouncement had befn miscon- strued and that the women's social at.d political union or any publisher (.otiid issue the "Suffragette" so long as it did not. contain any incitement to crime. Sidney Drrem, the former pnhlish cr, has written to the. lionie office that he was compelled to promise tliat lie "wilt not hereafter direcll) or indirccll) take part in printing the 'B'lfir.igetlc1 or any other or- gans of Ihc wo'iien's social and poli- tical ar.d he wanls lo Vnow what steps arc now to l.e taken to relieve him from this undertaking. 1 l.e Incentive The special interest taken by the Labor patty in the question of the "SiiiTraj'ttc" was aroused because the lal.or newspaper frequently ccirr.o jinlo riiliisii.n with the government. Thi1- is liir in repard lo general jconscripiiitn lor Ihc atuiy and in the event of this becoming Ilic policy the gotcrjiincnt the labor par- Jt tj fenrs the labor newspaper Propos one or the outlet of the otber far cnoutb. apirl. .5 to urge the working-men of the British rslcs to resist It. The militant again complain that the government, riis criminates hctweeo' triem and th government discriminates betwee Ihctn and the Ulster The point out that Sir t-Mward Carsc. haa gone lo.Bellasl to open hall 61 tlie drillmjc club there, object ol whiih is to resist Horn Kule if il ihould be established, an they ask why Sir Kdward la permit ted to -3'lvdc.ttc rebellion, .wKfrea they, arc imf.risocsd !6r doin? so. _ (Coutlm'.ed on (VIRED.ORDERS FOR MACHINERY TO DOUBLE CAPACITY OF HIS MILL HERE As soon ai Geo. W. Green, manager of Ole Eiiison MIHiiiK and EliTaior Co. heard of the. action ol the City Council in ratifying Iho agreement between hist company and tbe city lor cheap electric power yesterday, he Im- mediately sent out wires "to various firms closing contracts for new ma- chinery on which tenders had been called some time, ago, -when Mr. Green (tret, thought of installing c-le'c- trlo power. The machinery will tban doublo the. ojtput of the mill, giving a possible capacity oi COO bar- rels daily, although {or a time it will be run only to a capacity BOO bar- rels. Conffacls are also being doted (or the motors, to run the. mill, and MT. Green hopes to.have them In placs shortly. Tho Ellison mill will be tho only one In.this part of the province to b3 run by" electric, current, and the. perlmtnt will he watched a great' deal ot Interest. In reporting tho meeting of, the council- yesterday, whpn this matter was discussed, the Herald was la er- ror In staling that power was being, sold for the day load nt til hortc-, -ower per annum. The avo been the same rate' pply at night, should nlgrit'potver.bft einlred. Mr. Green, -a-hen .he-Tend IB Hcrild Ia3t overling, called'ujt the ayor, and asked.If the-'council ahlng him a present of. three dol-.' ara a horse-power a year, but [nund. bat tins council of 1913 is nol giving .way anything It can keep.. Mr. Green also informed the Her- ald this morning that plans were be- ng drawn for nn addition to tha mill nilldlng. He could nol eay hovr largo I would bo until He found how much room the new machinery would take, flow-ever gravel and other material now on the ground for an addition, which will bo built SB scon plans ara MUST CELEBRATE SATURDAY Ottawa, Mny Oominlon; goTerr.ment Mil not change the' oh-i serration of Victoria day from Satur- day, Has' 24, lo Monday May. There has cocie talk in favor of the change because .this sear -the (plcbrallcn folfs on but Iho. dale has never been cbaoged in-tht; past on. acroaat, anil will served a? usual tbis year on May, M, i ;