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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TWELVE PAGES 'LelhbEldge, Alberta. Thursday, May CENTS Number 137 I C. P. R. Industrial Commision- cr Gives Some Good Advice to Western Municipalities MAD MAN SLEW FIVE INMATES iV Hlackfootj Idaho, .May Business ia l.ethbriikc is a par I'cter Riadotitch. au icsane vith that in uU'pr dtlcs in Western Austrian, confined In the Southern Idaho Insane asylum, hie five room mutts Canada. N'or.e of tlem iliow ttivous Uusttt bustle of 3 car o. The muney tightness is the terday by beating them on the fen Hut the outlook is boad a Ublc as they lay asleep tiradovlfrh was ccai- mhtcd to the Insane asylum two years from the stale iienUcntiary, where he was for c- John r industrial cem- Tuissloncr for the C.lMt. of natural resources, is in the city today, aflcr having nude a Umr ofj oft TvcMcru uties during the past, few Krring a life sentence vecAS, anil tl.c aboAC is his summing murder, up of business touuiliuns a' careful study. U'lune h'jviijpss 3u each centre 1 he taid, "was fcieaUy. It tuis assumed normal pro-1 portions. 'Ihe country u, adducing' steadiiy in direction There is no need for alarm. Indeed, I thing is sluping up for the best icar in the history the west, ami the cad of tlic v, ill iii.il the Vrairlo proxinus on .1 inure sulid footing ifian IK-) iiiue tnumt ipcif work is bcint; HO- (Vtlaker. in all cities ibis year, Mr Swrcltiii; -.ayv 'I his is directh to tin- iiiQiLcy In the first' Hare the cities arr luung a hard to get money. .ire' exceedingly liijrh nt intcreM fur they do thtv arc fallow LIU; a ol reucuch- ineiU, ai.it Tin word, ib hcii-i; dettakca utilcss Rbs-tltilel> Iti Jlr. opinion th s is the Jtgfit course. Jfriiiry will not al- NOT MANY PICKETS RESPONDED TO I. W. CALL FOR SERVICE TODAY Patterson, .1., May 2> _ moie twenty Miike turned out lo tue hauds that returreJ to wyrL tn iLe Prkc Silk Mill; and there ujs. no disturb- antc of any kind, 'ifie tall of llic In- dustrial UuiLetg of lead- eis for a ijencrol turn-out of pickets failed fa meet general lesponsc shops anJ mills Hut have Lecti pkkcted regularly in tlir jiast Jiad on liatji] this The uFciluren assert that the strike is hreakirn; at all jioints caccpt in the big mills- The bliikc [cadctss on the other hand say dcietUous Leer, left aud that the strike go on unabated. Yoshihilo Very .111 With Eight' Physicians Watchiijg Him is shocked Toiiio, May Kropercr rostilMto of Japan vas lakcn ill today. The pttjskians hi attenilatice declare that as it is at ]ie ,s ,uttcrlll., from ways te M. ,L ,5 ai jhe is currerln.r from inflammation ol ?nu jnuiiiLijiahlicR entering D Iurce expenditure at th's time cuu'.d r.nly lhe Tha Emperor la in a state expect their money to more, of high lever. Eight court and the exper.se of the noik would'are in constant attendance on him. Lc N'oiie ol h'Pliieior of Jajian suci'ecdeil ihe cities will VJfSer if they rclu-acKiME father on July 30, lie Is in this jcar. No part of the.'Doimnion j Ms IMrly-foiirlfi year, and has three lias srj many .highly improved cities! sens, the. eldest Ql whom they Prince Hirosito, jutt iarche jcars old The Emperor.has previously suffer- ed from and' Jtf. course of one his. con dltfon. was iery EerJous. The Kmperor conti acted the prairie ran ilo and )car they, hare: Monty, tilings, will not "he inn re pUnlffcl until Kurui'Cati conditions ha'c resumed a normal aspect, anil all of a gieat uar has passrd. The rojal marriage which is stir- ring (Germany at the present time maVc for relations hp- tvieen Knglsnd su.d (Jemianj. This act as a, sedative Jor the whole vV-id, ami spirit of unrest will of tto IJalkan tronbic complete the cure, and inoiiey wlH hp easier "If Canadian municipalities would cease tint rowing heavily from the OW Country for a >ear or so, anrt look elsewhere for tliek money, not he long until the English Investing public would begin to en- quire, and reach out their hands to- warrl Canada apaiit, nitli better opinion of Canaan jlcbenturc issues. Tlie fact that only 3S per cent of the big. Montreal Joan was subscrited is sufficient proof (hat Canada should twitch its method ot going after money for u while. Labi year Can- ada borrowed from the Olrf Country; the year hefore n-er.fi sci.t That is heavy borrowing. Hallway and in- dustrial Ijonda aie more attractive on the London market just now than government 'and municipal issues. Curtailment is therffore wise." Crops Look Gonrl Speaking of crop conditions. Mr. Sv-cating saul he was particiilarl> optimistic Kwdmg has rapidly rbfs spring, (he crop has heen put in )n good'condilion, there lias bttn plenty ol moisture. Wlul is is warm weather. Crops are rooteri anrf can n-JihAtand a dry 'm June better tlian for years, nllhoujb icdlcations are that there vill he pfcniy ;nolstnrc all thiough Die eroHjfig season. A good crop thii year, ho will rrsull m nn different business tone all ovrr ihe ifrtl falj ttliilc in tlio ciiy Mr. Sweetinc made hit SrRt call ob Commissioner Trary, ?rid talked over industrial ciafters with lnm at some length, CANADIAN HONORED rada'w8 ln Tlerlln Ca- yftn De of tho St. .iclm. vrbo hRd to (n fio- h.R fnht-r wns originally a adhr.rtnt, of Cumberianrf House. TO OPEN LETffBRfOOC OFFICE It li on gooil authority lh.it .thp Ti-ofifllus Cfdy Pioducta Co., of Calsnry, will open an Ojticc (n ly-thhrtdgo, Arrangtmcnlg arc being fnrule whcroby Ihe comcany'will take ovflr the nncl warehouse of thn nmorat Co., (n (hr wholysalo dhtria Threats Against Senate Incon- sistent With Terms of the Nationalist Alliance Montreal, May toM Premier Borden may on 1 is Na- tlonulEst following in IfouK-. he has lost mucu of his grip ou llenr! and that n uji a attack on the Prccu'er today In his paper Le, Hour- nsEa attacks Bordfn for threateuius the Senate If It amends the Hill. Tile Nationalist leader joints out that If the'Senate sish- mUsion to the jicolile a cor.iliuon of tlio it rntrely be cjrriin? out the policy MK Bordco i.roiuisei! the neople, and aleo llourasra. Monk and othfcr XaiiouaiUt leaders as a condition, of '.U-ir E'Jii port. >lr. llourapsa: takes a roiinil out of Senator Lougheed, he admitted that Western Caiu-U would defeat both naia! coM on Jlay IS, but it was'announced that it was" unimportant, and that Ills Majcity would soon resume liis dut- ies. Totlgbt the nation was shocked by the- issuance of (his- official bulletin from tbe Imperial palace, signed b> the eight court plfjslcfa'ns: "The Kmperor, been suf- fering from a slight culii, developed inflammation of the lungs today. We do not consider his condition Justifies great anxiety, but Ms temperature is DUKE OF TECK Brother of Queen Mary and uncle by marriage of the Duke of Westmin- ster. Thus comes particular interest of royalty ]n unfortunate Westminster divorce case. IF HE DOESN'T EAT GRAIN, FAR- MER SHOULD CULTIVATE THE BEETLE "With the. advent of "warm ivfather anain, has come lha cutworm. Sever- al outbreaks of the pests have buen reported to Mr. at tho Ex- perimental P'arm. and ho k doing aii In hla power to chocs their rasagea on the grain fields Mr. Strickland went to Diamond CHy this morning, to attack of the cutworms on farm of P. Tnff. Mr. Tulf iias In the city yesterday, and exhibited some of the worms, and also a beetle, which, ho jays, hns bten feasting tin Ihc cut- worm. Mr. Strickland says thst this beetle, may prove the most effective remedy fov the plague, and will study its life history and feeding hibitB. BRITISH PUBLIC NOT .SURPRISED THAT HE SHOULD QUAR- REL WITH GENERAL Lou don, May rcsigQaUun el General Colin Mackenzie, as chief of (he mililia staff, has caused not a little comment here, particularly in military circles in whkb Hon. Col. Sam Hughes tiurinj; his visit last year. "Sam Hughes is what is Known as a declared on writer in a papular newspaper here today. Con- tinuing, this wrilei says "There was some raising of brows.whrn ,he became Minister ol Ihliiia, though it was regarded as a reward for his stashing speeches when in opposition." Recalling lion Col. Sam Hughes de- clared that there was no danger oi a iuhmarii-e not coming (o the surfacc. with two such hot-air artists- as Right Hon. Winston Spencer Church- ill and htnispll on board, the writer s.tjs in conclusion "It is not perhaps surprising that a hot-air artist who is also a char- at-tor, should not hit it off with tfic linfish general. Ffrnfe, Mar assize court iregistcred at llie Kcrnte. These grn- Continucd its sittings today uml uis-, Mcii.cii aio hero if, rouiitctlcfi '-vsth foierf of the case nf Hird vs. Ihcjflic Uic of .Yordinc Crpws Vest- Coal C'n. This was-action for Tor breach ol'co'n- a compensation case tor damages sus- -lames supcrmUnrt- tained by Uirrt uhile in the cmplo) ent of the and Umber hunch, and of the defendant company. His hand Mi Uutzer, Accountant for the .Fierlin. May "J22. Fnwror Nichplas' ihc tronliei-' jit E..ctkuhneu to Herlin, yras made In ;he Rus- sian imperial" aruiorei train by Ihe "llsrlfn for the protection" of his-Majesly. were very The police wete assislcd in carry- ing them-out by a "force of ItuEsian detectives MURDERED hlS WIFE PF1OGRAMME OF SPORTS FOR KIDDIES IN MORNING- ADULTS IN AFTERNOON Grassy I-ake Mil be the scene of a big celebration on Saturday, moricing at 3.10 in the morning, a child] En's the sr-orlg will continue until S1) in the evening A public dance Rill be held in the evening at.Perri s Hall, lha Higg or- chestra furnishing (tie music. The LDthbridss football team will play at 5.20 in the evening, in a lea- sue game Kith Grassy Tlie Flyer, "nhtch leaves at 610 In Ihe morning, will stop at Grassy Lake, by special arrangement, and the return trip may be made in the afternoon on (he local, or in (he evening. WILL BE GREAT GATHERING OF NABOBS FOR KAISER'S DAUGHTER'S WEDDING bad been so badly mangled as to len- der it nearly the action was lot five thousanu dollars. The branch, came m ttom Calgary, Hankine, buih superintcndsnt I'. A Magralh, general loteman. and court allowed the plainlil! lourjhls assistant, S. A Hrovin, Cionloa Ihousand dollars and cosls. TwojSkead. general agent, anil K. Camr- olhrr still lie inspector, arrived from hr, disposed ut anrt one was under consideration during thr- attcr- noon. A Ihg rcpreseritntlm of the na- tdfnl tcsn'Hces vonnnisslon oi C, 1nun UiJav ard the company s plant at Dull lliver. The case will probably he heard on Fri- day. C. II. llanvllon, of. Kelson, and itsrchmer and Martin of t'ernio, will represent the defendant corn- ran) while A MiicNcil of Kctnlo, niosrcutc tor Mr. Nordiuc. Berlin, May 22 Nicholas of Iliissia here this morning lo attend the marriage of Princess Victoria Louise, only daughter ol VImperor William, lo Prince August, !0' 'Ihe Russian emperor was met at the station hy Kmperor and King George nl England, and a great fathering ol members of the various families The Russian Erapetor 'Iroir his imperial hosts in stale lo ihe> casllt The wedding taks place on Saturday. TO BOMBARD WEST AGAIN Toronlo. May Canadian Council of Ihc Us men's Mlsslonary Movemenl. has decided to conduct a camuslKn of inspiration anil educa- lion in the weslora.pfOTlncp? in'Feb- ruaiy and March, to.be, followed by r.n evcry-mcinbcr canvaas. Victcits. May Atkln- ton. a night was found euilty of the Jnurdvr of his wife, at the assies here last night, and the death seatfcnco was by Justke The extreme penalty of thy lar.- will bo yald by the conilemLed man at Hindoo jail, on Aug- ust C. I Claimed by Some That Work Should be Delayed Until Finances Pick up Campaign Against the Bylaw is Being Organized JAILS ARE OVERCROWDED Calgary. May the criminal assizes liera jsslerday It w is stated that the jail nt Lethbrldge was over- crowded, tivo rueu on cell and that there Is little or no accommo- dation In the iirovincc for long term Ijrisonerg. frills 1'r.r people of Xurtii l.-th- Id out the vote m l.ivor ol the subway hvlaw on .lure u, :b lilelv to be defeated, frji ihe ller.ild it ou autl.oiity that there will be put utt'iupt on the p.iix oE for dttrai 'I S.itttr lelscse tint, as is usual witii money laws, the vote will he icty Miull, .iiiil Hi tlcie.it touM te iME-h accomplished. Serious Charge Against C. P. R. by Moose Jaw Trades, and Lador Council Ottawa, May the commons this tnbrnini; W. 1C. Kuoules nl Moosc'jav, charged that the C.I'.R. bad-been iroliorling lacorers under contract and transporting them ui tier armed guarils. He drew the attention oi -the Premier io the fact and asked il he ban tjeen notified. Mr. llorden stated thai this was the first he had heard ol tUc matter, but that he would investigate at once. The ..illt-gation liT which Mr. made in, a Trades' anil 'v.x, This letter atout Apr.l J. the Inouglit io the Holurui district n trainloail oi Russian lahor- ers in locked cau and under the su- pervision of aVincil guards. The communication goes on to al- lege that they were improperly fed aud they attempted to escape Ijy jODiping" irc-ln a moving train A jvumher iniured themselves in ihc at- tempt, and upon by the guards. jtiieni rnstb Ihc-ir escape p'rEir'c'i and tae'riot'bcen-heard' ftoci sinee that lime. that lire fads are admitted by the Tr.e communication which Mr. Ivr.owles read from the Trades and Labor Council claimed that the im- i'Mfaiion ol aliens -under contract And under such conditions was a vio- lation of ttie Alien Lahor l.au, and ti.cy asked that there be an investi- Kalion and the'oUcnding parties pro- secuted. Premier Horrten asVtd him to let him have a copy ol the communication, and promised (hat the- matter would be dealt with. IS OH 1 VICTORIA DAY SPORTS WILL FUR. Measles continue to play liavoc with Ibe attendance' at the cltj- schools, some ol the rooms being greatly de- pleted. The day before >ester4Jay n pupils were'removed from fleet- wood schoul account of the malady. Yesterday however, ihe' nuniljer cases reporteil down to three, tind the health aulliorUieg have hopes o( cliecklng the spread of the without lading any drastic st Up to dato over 15v rases been rcjHDrtctf, and the" inspector is jiiilting them In Ten is the fcngth of time reruiired by for Tr.odiflecl tiu.irantino Superintendent Il.iuiillou told the Herald mornltig that he thoiigrit Ihe uorst U-ps over. Some of the pa- t'oiiU v.-otiU EGOII If from qiuranllno am] wonM fill the brok- en ranks at (he scdoofe. Ifo in the morning and the" winners KnowleJiic oE this altiijpt has tome to tcrtaiij 11. oflicials whn to do with ihe construction oi liif buhway, ahil ulreadj suveril OLPIL aud teams ou ihe subwav do- t-u ofi, and no more work- Le done until aitcr the bjlaw has licpn taken. 'Hie C, r. it. off.cialb thought they h.id breu set-ure in un- part of ihc work before- hand, hcJiemg tti.it the bylaw would LMiry bv a vote. TI.e llcralil iearns that about U' il.e oppositinn which Ilia bylaw is JlaUcr of Sosne two (ir tljree wl.pn, iLe io siiliu.it a fur the purpobc of ronslruumg a suli- way was firsl 1herr was :i long the husiuess orjT evening alter .v tl.c Hoard oE Ti.iuc. It nas takeii along with oilier matters, but to a great difference ui opinion w t l.c m.it i rr, i I v. as not i alec n to luuntil along vi uh other ret oiniuen- dations hy ttie committee of e.ti- zenb. However, at Uic mejling ibfto wab a rlpcidcd to the mea- sure m sntno quarters- They argued Hi it city had r.ol the money to pav lor s'Jhuay at Ilia present time, aiiil utilil they bad the money in their hands, anil liail city's in- debtedness paid oft, the city had no right to cotismt to the work being done- KOT that reason (hey drclared their intention of oppovng tlic mea- sure unless the city could get assur- ance from the C that no money would he required until'the city had squarcii its debts in olhtr quarters. llest Hustlers'Will --i c'arc jnany1 this hut U is feared that the-by-- ill he.ileicateil owing lo lack oE on llicir part. They advance thr arguments that Ihe bylaw it needed, that it has hren orticrcrt hy the Boaril ut Uail'ivay Commission- ers, thai Hie C p.ll. is doing a grrat of vrork here, tnnMi of whith. is -ilcpcndenl on the parsing ol tho subway for the company has prppar- eri its as tho building of the subway were a settled fact, also say tn.tt K Ihe city vytrs st the hyUv, the C.lMt. Vm itself apply 'for separalJuir oi 3 Oiv I3tb and the commit- sinn, baujig unlered the city and tho C.JMI. to get together anrl agree ou a suhway, then iortc the city to pay.thpir share- ID ucl, thpy heltevo that the city is making a letter bar- gain with the C.P.U- row Hint iflcift to the conimitsion to set the tcrnis. It is often the case where, a city, a street railway and a railway, company are intrrestnl iri the coi- slnietion ol a suhway tbat the Rail- w-gy Cdnunission orders each to pay play the Diamond City team in tbe one-third. As the cily in 'his cass afternoon. tournament CEtlng games may bo expected. Tbe races'consist o: 1 JOD-jard dash, a --0-yard dash; a sacli race; a ladles' raco; a girls' race; a race, and owns the street railway, there would, he a poEbihility that the city woul 1 to pay iwb-ihirds of the cost; instead of 'fifty nrr cent, as agreed on between Mr I'rire ami Ihe' city, council. Vho oppoic the I _ ______n gpd race. There will nJso be a tug-'evcr' answer tin's argument, by say-' of-waranil a pony race in tliree heats. JT1S fiat Ulh Ht- is an old govcin- entertainment win be giv en in the erctting. Train connections will make it poa- eihle for to re- turu Jp the evening-ami reduced fares havr been provided for by the sec- rciary. l BARNES' CIRCUS HERE Al. G. Ilarnes' circus, smallest on Ihe roa-i, I one of the in the city tottay. There was the usual street parade. inrnt roail, surveyed Ifforc the H- ever reached Lslbbridge, and ibit the city has a prior right over {ha raihvay company in the matter, ft was this aiguinent uliich in- strumental in seniring for the citf one year agu last April, the ripht to run St. crossing on the level until.May 31 of this'year. Tlir. matter is one directly affect-; the itrtet railway systtin. H for any rcabon traffic with North Lefhbririee is hindcicil, the receipts of the'system will decrease greatly, Jnnr 9th will tctl (ha tale. Kdmonlon, Ma) order to In- that by the time school resumes RfterSSurC ol May 2lib, rrMiiy or tlio first cases would he released and en dance Hgurea noultf begin lo resume no-.rnal condltioti? The health authoritk-s are watching tbe cojrso of tho malady closely however, and nrc ready at any ilmo to order the closing of the schools If t bought neccssao- rroxiinity of ciatnination. time cause tliem to consliier twice before tflhing such a step, as It would he n great Lloiv to Uic success of the >ear's work_werc the' schools to he closed now Alberta goutmucnl Is establish- ing egg circles through- out the proMTjte. By tins means the formation of these f; .circles will shortly he held throughout trfl and advice a1; to method of mil he t> A. supeiintendfnt of tLe poultry brancli of tLe OcpartVncnt ol efigs will be collected Irom a sufflci-Jtutr. SMc by side, with the organ- cat number of farmers kcepinp poul-'lzaffon of egfc circles, (ha provincial try to make up deque til jdrpartnicfil ol apikulluic is citcour- thc-n be shipped Ihc meeting of unfertile, i 'Ihc 11 come central point and graded afier- Iwards hcing put in colil storage unlil icatly for shipment. 7lie idea has al- keep far fjctlcz (Lao ttic prndncl. Tl.r. provincial paulUj' plant lias Sent nul S.OOD eggs, l.OOD chic ready taken a held in Southern' .U- arid 250 .Male -birds io farmers jfierta, ami a (old storage station I throughout the protir.cc. this sprfng ,'hns bffn ciitahliihnl in AJsti an cffurt to grado staqdard scries ol In poultry in ;