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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 The Lethbridge Daily Herald VOLUME V. PRICE-FIVE CENTS Lcllibridgc, Alberta. Monday, November 4, INTERFERING WITH CHIEFS CAMPAIGN Has Alderman Intimated that Raids on Red Ligh District Must Will Ask Council for Protection and Guarantee of Position Is it a fact Unit'ihe recent police Interference in connection with the segregated area has raised tho ire ol certain persons who .profess to hiii-o a frl.rd at court in the City Council? Strange whisiierlllga are being wafted to and fro on the street this afternoon to tlio effect tlmt'nio Chief of Police had better case 0, Mse his job will be in jeopardy. The Herald, by a little careful reasoning, is inclined to the belief that there is already a "nig. ger" on the fence. Moreover, it is to leii-rn that the Minister- ial association intend appearing be- 1'ore the Ciiy Council tomorrow after- noon. For what reason, the Herald does not o.vaeUy know, but everything points to the conclusion that there will be sume important business to transact, the outcome of which will depeiit] upon whether or not the Chief of Police will continue hero or not. It is.very plain that the Chief of I'o- 3ice must be protected in the dis- charge of his duty, for if lie is not al- lowed to carry out. the law without fear or favor, it is certainly not likely that Lethbridge will over get a Chief vl Police of ability to come here. There will be developments at the Council meeting tomorrow, unless ths Herald is mistaken. At tho last meeting of the council, Chief Dai-is, through Mayor Hatch, asked that he be given a five-year con- tract, on account of the recent trouble in the police force, which, he was evidence, thai his Job was not pe maiient. He claims to have come- Lethb-ridge on the understanding tha the chiefship was under the control fi police commission. Not finding police commission in force hero h naturally believes that a change I municipal authorities may leave bin without a job. At the meeting of the city counc tomorrow afternoon, the chief wi'L likely ask that he be given a five year contract. The chief wants a five-y-ear contruc to assure him of: permanency in hi position. He will, however, waive thi If a police commission composed. the district judge, the police inagis trab and the Mayor is appointed take complete control of the polic Uaiuloids of threatens to rltmoi the sjstem I )nd coal aloni, tin, Lethhullgo Five thousand men are affected fronlj yards every evening. coast to coast and allhouth it maji" It also rumoitd on good author po'-iiblc to continue hlnppiiij, fer ilitv tint tnktt clerks m manj ot tho few davs unlebb the trouble is lirger centres are contemplating a ily adjusted the shipping facilities ol Mmpathetic strike should ihc strike the coinpin) bo tied Of the freight clerks and truekcrs be- 'P- {come serious. The strike ,s c-in.cd bx the diMer Mmibter o( Llbor Von va t minatioi of tic freight clerks and! OUawa Ont 4 Hie refusal trucker, to force aetao Uedtemenl o of Ulc mmlstol.' 0, Iahor to nnt their nion Jisir union and a hctltrnicnt of working conditions VI the present time Hit union i-> not strong ind nany of the men unplojed in the reight department in the ninals arc not connected with thc un ion. Fhc wages paid too are claim ed to be lou the being cents ocr hour boul, of coliclllatlon ,c aSB th( of Rdlhl tcs ls upon hls such Hv citlglltloll ls the elm icier confemplated bj the industml Disputes lllo ,lolnts ola tliat thoro Jlc 110 tlnll )lllrtj slx Uassci the union from in uie union ranging iiom Lotalh thc mtn had not struck at riughl to confidential loon todav although thin held a rhn art employ! eicnuhtrc meetin, dunng the noon hour md it Hihiax to -VIIILOUUI Mr Crolhin, understood that ire onlj ailing thc annal ol the oigantfcr roia lUedicmt [lat to at a SIR MACKENZIE BOWELL ormer Premier of Canada, who re- ived injuries in Toronto, that may ove fatal. considers it impossible for am one bpaid m reasonable i euod ot time to in cstigitt a mat-' so main different classeb are jtfleeted and in regard Londitions m different paits 01 tie Iuiuntrv lo liu, recent stattuient to that if lect the minister had nothing 10 a.c'd this morning .He tint lie doe not wish to enter into con in the m itu-L i The concessions referred to hv 'the i minister as having been (minted hv the company are not of a character coiictnnnL, vi Inch il stilt ment tun be made. H uious points uid 11115 dif fcreuL classes improvements haves been made in conditions ot various classes 01 employees. Headquarters of the union were ad- vised today that members of the un ion have gone out, at full strength, At of tlie most important points on the line, including Wood- s-lock, St. .John, Sherbrooke, Quebec; irnliam, Ottawa, Hull, prescott. U rock vi lie, Smith Kails, Carlelou Place, Arnprior, Kenfrew, North.Bav, Midbury, Windsor, Port Arthur, Fort (Continued on page S) ministers of all ihe city churches association, and it was agrcud to) woiild from Umo to time meet and llolli meetings mi.Urn lirst Monday WITH PROVINCIAL FARMING TRAIN course in future. d must formulate sonic .plan to bring industries to thc city. Industries and new railways should rcceivf: a preat deal of atten- tion from tho city hi the future, and (Continued nn page discuss the monil welfare of tne ci Officers Klceted Tlie following oIlictTH were elected, namely: Hcv. T. P. I'er- iiI, Kcv. Canon Jlc- JMillen sucrelary-treasurer, Hcv. G. B. .McKimion. To Support Policy The meeting discussed al length the luuiraL autiun ui' iliO riiic-f ui police in his altitude toward the segregated the gamhlins vice and other ionable aftairs which bare Vtlicn in thft city l! dtv ,'ippoint a depuutUon to each month until next year. first ot IIuv MANITOBA PIONEER DEAD atfed 80 years, for 00 years a rs of IJi'loniine. Man., died sijortl; midnight at strtmt. 1U leaves a widow and danghtei'fi, Dowiiie, Jlrs. Ciillen and .Miss Lina, of -UO Walnut Kt.ro TWO .SHOT ON THE SAME SPOT et: Mrs. Soclcy. Sask.. und .1. li. I alml, Cliicufio. 111.. Nov. a former village marshall of -Maywood, a suburb, WHS found shot )o death today'in i.hi! Chicago Xorthwtjstorn Hallway switch yards, near the In ihe Fame- spot, It-.ssi than a year a broihor-in-luw oi'. CamphotiSQ found (Kr.'ul. lie. ton. had boon anil tin- mystery of his death r was cleared up. Farmers Taking Deep In- terest and Receiving Many Excellent Sug- gestions IMTCO! TT IQI-TV ftflT TCT FT rUWLKo WUiN 1 IINlhKVhlNh--lUKKhY MUoi rilitii II If mixed farming Is to obtain t dOKinxi hold on the agriculturists of Alberta, no boiler plan for briiiKi aljoul, its could have deviHfd by the Agricultural l wheat is strong and when It iy off, bui they forget to study the underlying causes of tho fluctuauons. They do not know 'how to take advantage of the best markets. In this connection thoy know .in. a general way what "spread" means. They 'know thai it Is tho difference between tho "track" and "street" or "etevalor" prices, but it in only by studying systematically, day by day, tho market nuotationfl that they arc able to make use of the Quotations lor their own benefit, (Con M lined on page London, iS7ov. Powers thus far consulted havo responded to Turkey's appeal for mediation by do claring: that they could make only proposals for peace, and could not ap- proach the Balkan nationa with a re- They know when t quest for an armistice. Some of tho governments have pointed out that Turkey's proposal t'cr a cessation of hostilities, in other words, an armistice, would offend the Balkan victors. Other governments take the posi- tion that it 'would bo an infringe- ment of international .laiv. For thc moment, therefore, tho war must, therefore, continue, and thc Turkish armies, which the Porte has at last admitted, arc beaten, must keep on; their unequal struggle against, the victorious Invaders. hoped mid believed ultll (hat the Powers will soon find a formula under which they can offer their gooc Tho lewis of peacu, however arc a matter entirely for the belliKCT- ent.a to settle. Bulgaria again having affirmed that no interference from the outside will he tolerated. In this Bhe has the support of her allies, Entiled the political, as well as the military aspect of the campaign bo- fore the wag undertaken. The negotiations which were known to have taken place among tho Pow- ers, when Turkey sprang tho surprise of asking mtdiailon, not over successful. TliB Kmropeau govern- ments have nut. even nnrooii upon the preliminaries lor tin offer of mcilia lien. The suggestion macio by Franco, to which both and Knglnml subKcrilicd. met with nolh- but criticism in Austria, ami she, oi courso, SiOfl (V'.Vjied hy lialy and Germany, the oth.-r two members oi'.rlfid out entirely in uccordnmw tho triple allianw. (ho program. Balkans Refuse Intervention London, Nov. Balkan lions and Greece arn persistent in their determination that Turkey must irrjmge directly with them tho terms >f peace without tho interference of the European Tliiu .ittitiide emphasized In a statement from ofllnial which says. "Tho Turkish proposal of peace Id itii'factory In so far as it shows a. desire to prevent further bloodshed." AB regards foreign intervention, lowovcr, there seenia to bo no chance Ualion HUtes listening to any I'oreiya foimcils. 'treating for :liu aiTUiiKoment. of ihe conditions of jcnco. Thesti nmst. bo ycltled be- v 0011 tbii Ball'an and Turkey lliod. It may at this stage bo de- clared thai the: whole! was mj'HiTfuiKod and so far liais been oHiecv of the Greek was en miliuiry (Vil. (Jdasinanif Sofia preparing the while the program wa-.; al- most entirely tho work of Premier Vcnizeloa of "Thc union the Balkan States ui thlu stage ie more close, hearty, and Intimate than It over has boon lor it has been weld- ed by blood and common sacrifice. There is ac: the least danger that any disagreement as to thc division of of the position of the frontier will disturb It." It, may be assumed inasmuch ris the nailrt of the campaign wero with the thi: cminro" will bo followed both an to cnncluhion procodunsu conclusion of host Hi ties and siilmi-- nt polittciil consiilcriitinn. f Con tinned on Page (J.) BELLEVUE DISPUTE HAS BEEN_SETTLED (Special to the Herald) plairmore, Nov. Belle- vuo dispute was settled this morn- ing by J. 0. Jones, the vice presi- dent of U. M. W. of A., and Mr. Menard, general manager of West Canadian Collieries. The men affecteri were reinstated, the un- ion agreeing that Fire Boss Elakc acted within his riiity in complain- ing ayalnst thc timber, but tjx- cnctled bis .luthorlty In knocking j timber out so no to destroy all j I evidences. A Model Train j Through kind ollirea of tlio C. J P. a nnidet tr.'iin with all I in: has been placed ai tho service of Iho depart- ment. On this is carried pure bred a PIT imcns of hors.cs, cattle, sheep and. poultry for dcmoustratioii purposes, occupying throe cars. Spaco has been allotted for tho exhibition of mouVl- pcultry hou-soa. and hog together i with of noxious weeds lab- elled viiii their scientilic and coiiimon1 names. At, one cud ut' n. car arc..ar- r.inpcnuiutK for practically demon- fltniiin-; butter making, nnd the. pro- I rliiction of sanitary milk. There arc i.wo mrs; .set .ipart for lecture mil posufi. Altogether th.j train Ifi well i equipped for (ho purposes intended ami will furni.sh much interest' to who Vl.'dt it, (ConUnited on pact S) ;