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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TWELVE PAGES Lcthbridge, Alberta. Thursday, Aluy FIVE CENTS Number Ii2 Big Development iu Sight in Coal. .Hill and Radial .Railway DID ISAACS RESIGN Taber, May very po'rtant coal deiis which will meau uucn lor ibo development of :he large toal area tributary to Taber arc- m vending, and wlH probably be clos the nest week or A uesltby Belgian has chased aa extensive area just uorlh o1 the town, along tho river, -where iho tiuailly of the ecat is of the ricli-j esl, and aro preparing tbig summer to operations ou a large Anothar syndicate from the Pacific his imrcuaeed lbe col- and will operate under tbe ime of Iho -Monaicb CousoUcIdtcd- :e old Monarch will be reiuod- ed and adtliUoual plant Installed. II Is also understood thai the Can- ton Xorthern railwav have a for a road into Taber, ara '_ fug into coal properties uear here, J. Hill Interested II Is reported from an lurcp that Great Northern ofiiclala re Interested In tbo radial railway -rojcct In tbo Taber dtslrlcl, and that are prepared to assist (n the ex of llie line to the border inch 1H connection 'iplr lines in Mqutaua and the Taber I fields. To Link up With Taber Thai-lbe C. P. R. will connect Taber with their Suhtalil line at net- law next yt-ar Is the expectation ot those who have some idea ol tbe op- Loudou, May The fsh Express today slates that Sir Kufus Isaacs, the attornty geueral, recently tendered mi g nation on at count of the tha transac- tions by him and Chancellor cf Mp.rcoui shares, but that I're- inler Asqultb refuted to ac- cept Iu CALGARY CARRIED OTHER BY- LAWS BUT LEFT BIG BUILD- ING SCHEME STRANDED Calgary, Maj lie txvird of trade wcju Hi nght aR-jiust the iidus- trlal bureau at de- feating the bylaw for for a municipal Industrial Louie. Iho press of the city were unanimously In favo'i lbc for tbe ludjetrlal adverse sole Is attributed to lbc money stringency and the cUy B already Urge financial for the HIT CHILD, MOTHER ESCAPED; KILLED HORSES, OCCUPANTS OF BUGGY. UNHURT A bylaw jirovWIng Mr. Clmdwick'Opposed iu Appointing a Censor Board as Unneces- sary Exjouso Edmonton, May H. 1-vl- wick. of moving picture nlics Alberta, Js opposed to tLe incnt of a board of ctnsors consUtir.e, roiV, Sisk, May During a elfxtricsl and Kail stcrni T-hl'h ovtv district last power plant extensions; another of for an Incir.trator, and 000 for the establishment of a inuni- i laboratory carried. of several members, w-ho In Magistrate West Heard Hearing of Popoviich Was Killed erations ot Use railway company. Is r.Tobable lliat the C. J'. R. tt' an attempt to cut th? C. N. R. at this by .building tho short Una Uio other struct. I To d rail-Any can con- EloVator f Fanned'nprili of Taber, at" a big rally on Victoria Uay, decided to at once of a co-operative 'eierator aud crsain; ery ,nl Most of the money has been subscribed for tile nnrt this will be completed in time to 'i handle jeai's crops. Celebrate Dominion Day Arrangements are being made by tho board of trade for "a btise celebra tlon in Taber on July 1, Dominion Day.'. It.lB proposed" tq run a spfccla train ffotn and possibly Calgary, and prominent men will be aeked to speak. A his program o: sports and other entertalnraent is be Jng iilaniK-d. Testimony at the prc'iuiinari1 hcjr- inj of Jaiucs Carson, who is chaig- cd with manslaughter in connection wilh the death oi Samuel Voporilch at the Collieries the Oln of Xay, was pretty nwch a rfc- ctltion ol that given at the Inquesi, where a verdic.1 o! death caused by a rematuie ciplosion was rcndtteil. X H. J.P-, alter hearing the vidrncg, fonually charged the ac- used, who'baJ notliing to say. lie then'touimiticd ior trial at the sitlinx of the court having riminal jurisdiction, in l-cthbridje Or, Jamei McUracIicn, of Coal- turfct, gave evidence, that he had-vx- arained the hoilr ul 1'opftvltcli just after the accident, and had iouad Ihi rijht'liilf ol tbc ticlim's jaw carrie TO SPEAK ON PRISON REFORM Oi. J. H. Hivers. warden of the .lenitentiary. lefi for Medicine Hat to- day" he will speak at the Meth- odist conference, dealing with prison with especial reference lo isori being carried on ur.der Ihe supervision of lion. J. McLean in Ibis province. 1 WISH TO JOIN IN TR BUTE TO MEMORY OF THE MAINE VICTIMS ami a puil-on f.'. the right COUNCIL WILL LIKELY MAKE 10 PER CENT REDUCTION COV- ERING WHOLE CITY diiTereut cities of the province to rass ujion moving picture Ics that such a board be an un- necessary expense la Alberu, Mr. Chadwiclc that vilih the local pictures .ill Hlras co-me Into Albeua 1 been by'some other board he consider! that the approval of tin. Ontario or Montreal boards ougUi 10 be sufficient. Mr. Chadwlck has n6> teon aaing as censor ot moving picture iilais for several months and during tha; li-no only 3 small ol !iio% Ing picture film, a few byndreJ fee been cul out -3Ir. Cliaitaitl slates t-hat tho mm in She OL AJbtrta 37 anxious to run their bifalnesa on pro per lines and aV a rule they cut pictures which were propprly edu calive as well asientertaimne Tlier had been no to cililblt llie pio'i ince afiy pictures have a Undcucy to corryp peoplc'e morals, As yet tbere aife no'-raouug inciur houses in Albert making on jilctures RO that all pictures show here have to come tbrougb other iiro winces or from thp and in bol countries pictures "passed a carcfi scrutiny. The espeniie of j-roducin pictures showi FO great that before any mr-n- v.ere censdrsbip-'or LlgM tbe farm house of Thos, W E'.cu, 11 mites QOrln of i rvck Ly llgbniln? ftnj liis Httlo sou injured, bis moihpr sitting :i a tench tiealdo escaping it injury. A. MtKilSori, a f bad a valuable team oi rhers killed. The team was bitched o ;i byggy was occupied IT. and Mrs. iU'Klllop. The horses Ir.siantly killed but tbo occu ante of the vcblclo o be shock. NOT LIKELY TO STAY 4- Loiilo'i. May e-iau-i Ihil of probibly returti Caue l.i in July, and perhaps ept another fr-eKe of offli-e. This report, is received with lit-r ft ne.'B lUc ot Cor-naugbt cenainl; on the way to re- ii'it K Is vtry do-btful under hiiv tiuumEtar.ces -'f his (Ughuesa could tpare au- >WT hi Canada. Lnoks as if Canadian Northwestern is More Thou a Paper Koad Ottawa, May. O'Brien, for 21 ytars chief room clerk at the flus- Beil House, one of the beKt known iotel in Canada, was today mar- ried to Mrs. Given, housekeeper of the hotel. Mr. and Mrs. O'Brien leave tomorrow to take charge of the Harmon Hot Springs hotel, 13. C. lall'oi his lorn open "and par tiallr filled M'ilh coal dust and ' o! iron- wire.. The" dot-tor thoujht ;tiat the uoiinrls in ijuestion were sufllcirnt to came death, and did not eiamine (he hmly further. He _ho oi the opinion that death could jaVe teen caused by an explosion: ilanajcr 'Thomas O'Dormell." mine 'manager, was called to the stai.d, and lirieny deseriliej three ililTercnt methods of placing anil iiring a bhot Ho stated that he did r.ot give per- sonal instructions lo (lit fa? boss, Canon, previous to llie explosion' in queslion, lint it onderslnoil that fire bosses were also governed hy Die Instructions in the Mines Act. lie also stated that Carson's reason for not having examined tho entry io which Popoutch was working, pre- vious to switching on the cturcnt' which, fired the hlasl, as 'that ho had several other shots to mate, an'l ai he had heard the shout r.nd 1 New York, May protected cruiser Cuba arrived early today bear- Ing request of the Cuban government, firmy and navy, to pay tributo here to the memory of the United States tailors who perished when Iba Bat- tleship Maine was blown up in lUv- fcna harbor fifteen years ago. By per- mission from the slate as lit such cases, the. Cuban forces will be vrel1 come.d ashovo under arms tomorrow to" participsiu in a parade preceding the dedication of a monument to the Maine's dead. tkoujtM a light in the entry, which he Popc'-ilch's, he ha1 not LITTLE BOY DROWNED I Port Arthur, May Jaktke, I1 yinnlsh hoy aged 8, drowned p.hlle K hathlng in an abandoned on the city limits. The father was saved others wilh difficulty nhcn he Jumped in lo ret-over the body, hclnj? tinabie to svrim. deemed it necossiiy lo examine the spot, thhriiing llial I'oponlch in a place of sateU ulio slated tliat L'arson hart ln- Elmctcrt go to Mi'iio Joy man's entry for The Pit Kuss Joliu Kcltli, the pit boss, tcsti- flwl regarding the instructions on the day ol the lilM blast- Thomas Half on, purnpnian, anil .Mike Joyman,, testimony similar to thai at. tbe inquest. Ser- geant Wade, of thr R.NAV.M.P., who tooV notes nl tiip inquest, was call- ed, hut the attorney fur the defence objected to fiucsUons regarding Ihc evidence on Mr, Webt granted the rejection, anrt accused was committed. Convrjcare, Church aud .McArlbur are the prosecutors ior tl.c croun and Colm Madcort, al Maclcod, coun- sel lor the defence. At thiee o'clock tbis afternoon the city council 5n tbe of-its work as a f about Mayor Hardie baa a suggestion vhicli uill ue considered after the ap- iOaU all boon discussed xoday. lo proposes thai a general reduction on all ussessnipnts amouniins lo ten per cent be made. Aid. Skeith stat- ed that the bad decided LhJs morning lo maVc a, similar re- tine lion. It is llkoly then that tbe figures will ulUmately be: merely a matler ot precaunou. COMMISSIONER PERRY ON AN- NUAL OF HORSES PREFERRED FOR SERVICE A. nowen Perry, commissioner of :ho RXAV.M.P.. "Ill start on a tour of Alberta and Saskatchewan on Sat- urday for the of purchasing remounts and barrels horses. Com Acsessment ......51S.S30.000 Less 10 per cent ......5 Xct assessment for 1013 This mnke the increase over last year about four million dollars. lotal Will Him Consider- ably over the Money Yctii: It will take csactlj fid.OOO lo cover the expenses of Lctlibridgc School No. 51 this scar more than in 2, and to meet this expense the corporation of will be asked to collect for the board a sum of On. an assessment of J this mean 63 mills. Adding one half mill for collection, charges tho. school lax this year wi be 6.8 mills last'year on an assess- ment of fl3.009.MO the school lai was 5.72 mills. It uiny be possible to reduce iho rate this .'car to 6.5 mills school district is somewhat .an. the city proper, making Esment for .school purposes proportion._ It-ffiay even be 'to reduce the rate to 6 mills lat, although this Is hardly thought possible by the financiers of the city council. Tbe'ficbool board last night met in commllleo and'decided to make its demand on the council .immediately. The question raised over a month ago by Mayor Hardle as to the right of the school board to demand what they pleased up to fifteen mills has created-more than a little interest in school affairs this spring. .The" school board the act thslr authority to make a demand without consulting the council. But '.o tho public that they were not asking more than was necessary the board has hart prepared a list of the'esti mates for this scar, comparing them wilh the expenditures of 1512 ai found JOHN O'BRIEN MARRIED Announcement nt another railway lh is the western ter-x uinus, has cut created the stir tl II mignt Lave been expected among b-jscess meu ol this city'. Tcople are. ncHned to take It that tbe Cana- dian Northwestern railway is an- other [taper road in spite ol the three lords acii the Morgan bo ss diiectnrs of the- usdertlk- Hut there are some in the city, who think otherwise, ssd they have grounds for their calculations. It is not generally known, but tlo Jlrrald lias it 02 good authoritv tbal l.old llmlOTi, who is menliou- ei! in thr as one ot liie leading of the new road, is .Tlrr-aiiy heavil) interested in Jxitli- brtilge propertv. At the unit oE tho ;alc til the Mcvshuin one of lie most desirable properties on 3rd S the name ears In age, may be any standard1 color except light grey nr.d buckskin, must have good feet, short strons backs, plenty of bone, well broken, perfectly sound and they must be geldings. Tbe harness horse are the same, except that they may be up to 1C hands high There will he a snle of horses am wagons Rt the K division barracks on Saturday, June Tib, by the clly auditors. The compara- tive statement follons: Debenlure ments .v., Staff, 13 Salaries of leaehcrs Fuel........ Water....... Light......' Replacement of furniture Improvements lo grounds Equipment and apparatus Library Insurance1 Sundries and con- tingencies Interest on accl. ficftclt, 1912 1913 W- J.700.00 fifty 5MM.10 2-sooo 1912 3-.'l.OO 175 S a miv-uy has between Sage and. ihe'cii; of Lcthbridge in conceclion sorri roperty in Xorth Lethbrldse across 17th street north, In tbe vIcSi: Uy of 4tb north- Tbe property has. btert subdivided, shuwing -Jtb avenue running through. When 'lbe re-FUbtlivfsfon of the iVorth Ward uas discussed the council had tbe city engineer make a re-subdivision of the property, showing two 33-foot lots through the land set asida to be'laken over by the city, in case 17t1i street is opened through. On tbe strength of this plau Jir. Sage sold ilie lots EOit the proposed new street as ccr- tier lota. Now (he city is not pre- pared to approve the new plan, Rec- over ihe two lots set aside for treet purposes. D. H. Klion, acllng or Mr. Sage, waited on the council oday, asking that tho iwo lots in uestlon be not nssoESfed for taxes his as Mr. Sage Is not free to ell (hem. tbe cily iiaring first claim. le asked (fiat the cily.aprirtno ho plan -u-Hh as delay ?s uos- On motion the whole matter eferred lo-lhfr city solicitor for 'uli.investigation aod report. neighlorhood o! A million dollars. t Since Iden nothing has been done to improve tbe property. It would an- pear reasonable to believe that most ol the property purchased last year lias bebind _tbc Canadian Xoiihwestrrri. -j Il1t- is nol a paper said local man tbis.iaorninc; who iss ly in touch with English capital. "It i sure-tnoutrh railway, and it will more to l.cthbridge than peo- ple yet realize." 750.00 COO.OO 001 on 4.000.0 n 5.WO 31 510-04 503.05 RAN ONTO ROCK IN CORK HAR- BOR IN A DENSE I Txmdon, May bye election P.for Uic.AltThicbam division of Che- thirc occaelonei] by the reMsnatlon of llie silling Unionist member, J. R. Kebty-Flelcber, who at Uio lapt gen- election had a majority nf 119. has resulted In tlif1 elGrtioii of tho Unionist candidate, tl. C, Hamilton, by greatly Incrcnscrl nmjorily of liis Uberal opponent. Honk hi] til ft worth. The U umlonbt- an in- tcing that Liberal.q In thy rtlv- plon grew more confident Jcslerday, and this confidence of thc-ir opponents actually found expression in lory pa- pers of this mornlr.g in guarded pro- phecies hinting at expected loss of the to the government The lotal vote casl ar.d majorities in icccnt elections are'as follows1 Unionist bib. Maj. Bye-election. May, 1313- 0109 SH7 General elftciion- DM. 1010 8002 7SS3 Jnn. 1910 7038 S700 1905 S32I U't'O 66S5 1177 IJOS-U Quccnstown, May Star liner llivfrfnriljs roporlcd W to have struck Dannl's llocli near the mo'.ilh ol Cork Harbor, where she re- mains fasl. She. sailed yeslerdaj from Liverpool for Philadelphia Several tugs have been sent out lo the assistance, o! Ihe Havcrfqrd which is satd lo have atruck toe rock during a dense log. She is commanded b> Captain Evnns. The Haverford suffered from a ser lous explosion on hoard al In -tuly, 1006. when 12 were killed and !1 Injured. She was built in 1001, licr length IB ii3l And 59 fttl. Her grots lonnago Is Jt, and htr nel tonnage, 7403.' She fs one of the vcszels of the American bine of tho Mtrcaniil' Marine Co. ONLY IB PER CENT. SUBSCRIBED DEFINITE ABOUT ALBERTA LOAN YET May o( the city ot Victoria, 4482.762 four and a hal.' nor cent slock at 35 will have lotlake up 82 per cent, only eighteen I.crcenl being subscribed by the, In vesting public. In comparison with jther recent Issues this Is not facloiy. Tliu underwriters have been Itfl about SO per cent of Iho Canadian Northern Railway five percent deben- tures- and seventy-two Percent ot tho Koynl Mall Companj luauc. N'othlng ytl has bctn decider] re- garding tho now Alberta provincial loan. ISO.OS26! Deduct government grant, estlmnl ed, Ono of the reasons Cor the inereasi this year is rlue lo the great numbc ol additions to Iho teaching stair. Th manual training school U another in stltullon which has beer added a considerable cosl. Interest and d( benlnre charges also swell liio tola The board also decided 10 investi- gate tho amount of time rcnulred by WILL ASCERTAIN ATTITUDE OF CANADA ON QUESTIONS AF- FECTING UNITED STATES EMMELINE IS STARVING London, Knunellne i'ankhurel. the militant suffragette .eadcr, has taken no food since ihe re-arrested and taken to Hallo- nny jail. She is said to be In a very weak slate. ARRESTED FOUR SUSPECTS Vancouver, May arrests have been marie ol suspects in con- r.eclion with Ihe shooting ot Police- man James Archibald, and the police frel that among them did tt.e murder. is the man London. May Manchester' Guardian says thai the. visit of Sir Cecil Spring-Nice of the fore.'gn offlca lo Ottawa IP connected with the de- lay of the roiled Slates In complet- the Xorth Atlantic fisheries arbi- tration, also the particular attitude of Canada toward certain American pro- posals regarding the use of the Pan- ama Canal. Salonikl, May despatch from a "trustworthy source'says Bulgarian troops have destroyed (he village of Hadli, belwcen Snlonlki and Serres, and have massacred the-Mnf, sulman the truant to do the work of the schools. This was raised by the council a few days ago they deddtd. to ask the board to pay hall the fAlary of the probation offic- er. An 'inveatirntlon will be made beloro the request ts granted. The work of Dr. Taylor, medfral bealib officer for tbfe schools, has been" greatly Increased of late, and his salary ivas increased correspond- Miss 1'reslon, of the domeatfc sci- ence Instructed to Ina'ugurale s classes In tho man YUlh a lull equipment cil regular crews, supi'ltmniteil by thice cicws of prison truj-tus, the department ol Hibllc vvort'b is making great head- way in Us program for goon1 reads in thi1 Lclhiindy road district. In- spector Ain-ivvorlli, is in charge ot the vvork Is on the road almost continuously, lor his crews are scat- tered from Uaions on the north to MilK River en -Uic and Irom Diamond City .to Grassy bake. The work east of the city Is confined inosllv to Ihc tfiink toad which will link up l.clnbnn'Rf at.ri Medicine llaf. It will 1C complcltrl this )Par williciul-fail. Another inporlanl piece of vvorl. is bejng done south ol Uurdett, where rv uai irainins school.. Ar.othci rniicli-nrcclcil fiil is being madf garten teacher will be added to the schooP staff beginning Scplensoer I, coulee. This means much to (aimers Miuth ot Ihc coulee who hav.e" been compelled- heretofore' to aul their grain out .of tbe war to low Island or Grassy Lake. One ol the ot Uuslies'from ;he jail Is al work on the river hill at Taber, and nccidenls on this hill fll be 'guarded against in future. South of I.ethbrldge' there are ser- eral crews working. Probably IJis most important work on Ihe Irail to the new. homes lead country opeae.l up last year on tbe Mclntjre on'the international boundary. A" good road is being built over Milt River Ridge for the hundreds of new selflers in that district. Mr. AinsivoTlh says that in alibis travels-througli Ihe agricultural munily in Southern.Alberta he has_ never seen a heller o'.illoot than at( prtsenl. He hiir.sel' boasfs ot ijuis on dis farm which Several measured foujclcta' (denes In hcishl, ;