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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume IV. Lethhrmge, Alberta, Satiinlay, November IS, IttlL Number 28rt AGREEMENT OPPRESSIVE TOFARMER ijConlr'act Forms Printed in Pearl Type Are Most Unfair SOME INSTANCES Bonn! Trade Deals With an interesting Question 'A qnfistion of vilal interest to far- mers nnd machinery men was raised at the Hoard of Trailo lust, niR.it by Mr. He sng.neEled thai when the Astioeii.ted Hoards of Trade for SoirMicni A Iberia moot hero in De- cember, some should he taken to havu ;i. uniform coTitract form lee- alized by the legislature dealing with 1hc pnrctuise of machinery. He said that the legislaturo caa supposed liav-e dealt v.-h'.h this tjiiestion, hut thu j relief afl'ordod, was very sliyht. Iy providing that machinery compan-! Jos could not 'Hie ihe notes against j iremic, NOV. incident which the lauds of the As' the thing stands today, it IH ah-; aohrtqly unreasonable. The contract i'Kcrnie imd Die Pass, if i is printed in a sixo as if designed to jcct is attained, transpired here dur- HOT AFTER SHUSTER St. I'etersbiiTK, Nov. Novoa Vrcinia referring 'to the niovement of troops to the Persian frontior, asys: "The iiiiHsiiiu Qxpediiion will lw prin- cipally directed against thin American adventurer, Sinister, who IB more powerful tlmn tho whole Persian KOV- crnmcnt. Moecow was burn'ed by the farthing candle o' an incemHiiry. This conqiilslador miiBt immediately he pdled." An inspired press has begun a hit- ter campaign against Sinister, who IB supervising tho finances of the IVr- sian government. He IK accuucd of over-riding the authority of tho ROV- crnmcnt at Teheran and o'f intriguing against Russia. TOEXTENDTHE BULL RIVER POWER DOES EXIST IN THIS PROVINCE Allegation Made that Ele- vators are Controlled from Calgary FARMERS SORE SPEND A MILLION LIQHT UP THE PASS TOWNS Grain Growers Arc Ship- ping from Loading Platforms New Dayton. Nov. rather ser- ious state of affairs has arisen in con- nection with tho buying of grain along the lines of the A. Ft. I. system. Strung along this line are el-avators, but these houses are not the grain. The hulk of the wheat is being loaded from the platforms at the'sid- ings along this lln'3, and shipped di- rect to Calgary, Winnipeg and Fort William. And there is a, reason for AND j fhjs. The elevators are not paying the price. A case came to the notice of the writer the other day. A prom- inent farmer of Stirling district de- livered a load of wheat to the Stirling to elevator. It graded No. -I and the RU6HING .C. N. R. CONSTRUCTION Toronto, "Nov. Canadian Northern Railway reports that tho work on the line bvtween Port Arthur and Smlbury will be pushed with tht utmost speed. Steel Is laid to a point 61 miles west of Suclbury. of the company say that mem will he engaged in tire work through- out, the winter carrying in supplies and in dynamiting -rock cuts. I frnce offered was 63 cents. Tire grain I ItS be carried by a carrier pigeon, and is also printed in the smallest type used. Tin; farmer as a rula doesn't read it i nor understand it. In the Smallest, of all type tiiere is a provision that the farmer must file comp.aiut about the machinery, If he lias any, within three days after delivery, failing In that he loses all I right to complain. He is then up ag- ainst it. He has signed notes which ing the present week. M. A. licv'ill ami flowarli McCay, both of Chit-ago, bonding companies I anil men of weight iu western finan- cial affairs, came to town accompan- cil by Human Schulz, of Madison, uui fi. E. Henderson, local manager wus inspected not only by the elevat- or man, but" by the foreman of the company. A track buyer of Calgary was at Stirling and the load was taken to him. He grad'od it to bring 70 cen'ts, and of course tile crop was de- livered to the loading platform and put into cars. The price of that wheat at Port William is 30V5 cents. Figur- ing about IT'.i cents to take River Power and Light from these Southern Alberta towns to Co. The object of tho visit of these gentlemen was to fur.ther investigate are discounted at tlw bank, and the prospective .market for light and nnd still have banks collect, no matter I [lom.tiie plant when comp'lct- The elevators are Fort William would enable a buyer to pay in the neighborhood of 70 cents machine-is scrap or not. Appeals have been made in tile courts, and "while Alberta courts apparently go-. Ing by what they thought was right, have decided'in "favor of the fanner. ed. The mayor and the bank, manag- two a reasonable pt'9'ii ,re not satisfied with or three cents a bushel; they ers of the with other men o! influence were interviewed. Mr. Henderson and-.Director want nine or ten cents, and the farm-, ers have said they will not give It to 26 LIVES ARE LOST London, Nov. despatch to tho Dally Mall from Copenhagen Bays live Russian atcumer Hermann Lcrch'o foundered in-the North Sea during the recent sale and members of the crew were" drowned. GREAT BATTLE EXPECTED TODAY CHINESE REBELS AND IMPERIAL- ISTS WILL CLASH NEAR NAN KING Shanghai, Nov. was expected here this .morning that the revolu- tionaries and imperial troops would come to a clash, hefore nightfall some- where in the' district between Chin Kiailg and Nanking. If revolutionary are correct Ihis will he the beginning o[ the-decisive battle of the war. Revolutionary strategists have handled thair attack carefully during the last 'three' days. A large body of rebel troops wi'tll gunij provisions, ammunition an'd horses has been dis- patched to Chin Kiang by rail. Tlvauce they are advancing today on Nanking, 4a miles distant. Simultaneously other bodies of troops are converging on via Kang Fee river and a small" tributary stream from the interior-with of attacks 'from three sides. The them. The writer knows another ot the revolutionaries is excel- farmer who ivas offered 63 cents for 'Jt has been a case of sympathy, rath- jbotli expressed ..themselves most opti- at nn eiovator, and a track buy- r.r paid 74-cents for the same wheat. or than'good law, and" i.inisticaHv regarding the result of the up have quashed the verdict. He visit. considcr- thought a uniform machinery contract t should be drawn np, applicable to all FaTmers are hard to deal with this is the expenditure ot year. "Crops are light and farmers .upon the plant as it now stands.The are sore. :They have to pay from 15. so the fanner could aee and under- stand. If the Associated Boards of Trade could' bring such n thing ab- out and copies of the new act were posted: up at'the Dry-Farming Con- gress, It would be the means of bring- ing many farmers to this country. Up Against It Mr. Poapst Bald the agreement iil- "incon- I and dams have been erected plan contemplates a double transmis- sion line, erected upon steel lowers, seventeen miles in length, connecting the power plant wi-th Fernie, and continuation of the lines from as far p.isL.as Frank. To the west, Cranbrook, Jlarysvillc and Movie will he included in the circuit to be serv- ed from the central plant. The to 1" cents an hour for thrashing. They are getting Winnipeg price lists lent and they'are well officered. -Many of the leaders have a foreign military training. The enthusiasm of the troops is amnzing. Many have dead relatives to revenge and are wrought up to the highest pitch by the ac- counts of atrocities perpetrated at Nanking by General Chang's troops. Estimates of the strength of the im- from commission rrxn in that city. They can see that wheat is worth peria1 forces differ very widely. The here there three cents more this year than j backbone of Chang's army appears it was at this time last year, and yet conslst of 7000 Shang Tung troops, they are not getting within ten cents ,It [B believed, however, that ha is of last year. A combine in Calgary of ammunition and poorly equip- ped with artillery. blamed for this condition in thi: province. Many believe it to be il- corporate! a small clause as as possible providing that, all the earnings, the appliances and the teams were assigned to the ven- dors. In the fall agents of the com- panies would follow a thresher and notify farmers that the earnings be- longed to the not but the gross as a re- sult the wages of the men vvsry 'fre- quently could not be paid. .Mr. Hatch told of the thresher who ivent to his farm this year being held up iinlil the owner signed an agree- ment that 90 per cent, of-the receipts went -to the company. .Mr. Cope said that the companies took tlie position that if the farmers didn't like the agreement they would have to pay cash. Mr. Ives: "They won't come back." Mr. Hatch asked Mr. Ives to attend the meeting of the Associated Boards ill December, but tha.t gentleman an- nounced that he would be out of the .city, and Mr. Poapst promised to at- tend. lefeal and think it is a combine in ami awnil the installation of the pen- reBtrttjnt Of trade and should be brok- TWO HIGH GRADERS ARRESTED Cobalt, Ont., Nov. high sinck and necessary machinery to convnY'tr: the syst-nn. Kernie and Cranbrook will both become custom- ers of this concern as soon as it is ready io supply currents. AGREEMENT IS SIGNED AT HOSMER MINERS AND OPERATORS ARE NOW READY TO RESUME BUSINESS RELATIONS en. The new siding between New Dayton and Warner has a lot' of this fall, as has Weils Siding. But it has not -been shipped through the elevators; it has been loaded direct on cars. At one small siding on the A. R. I.' where there is an tfiorator and where only about one half the crop is threshed, over bushels has gone out from tire loading platform already. A report comes that bushels has been bought in this way on the Cardston branch of the A. R. 1. MINES WILL START MONDAYJKORNING MANAGERS MAKE ANNOUNCE- EMPLOY EVERY AVAILABLE MAN EVERYTHING IS READY FOR CONTEST ALD. GOODE RESIGNS TO CON TEST ING OF CITY COUNCIL "To the Mayor and Council: I beg herewith to tender my resignation as a member of the City Council, the same to take effect forthwith." This was the communication placed In the hands of the Secretary-Treasur- er at last uight's special meeting of the Council, at which all members were present. It came from A1der- Fcrnic, Nov. has just rcariu-d here from I losmcr, where Hie All the coal mines in the rcac.uui nue uom iiubinii, >ui_ Monday, man Goode, and was the result of .and tte Mccu- to fllrilrtoj> l.nnouBc.melu made some day, ago get :tlm. ,ie retj.ro from the council Operators' Committee live of District 18, U. M. W. of A. (traders were-arrested by the wrovin-1 are in joint, session, that both part- be the slightest excnse'and cuter the field in the coming clv- ciai police last night, boarding a train i ics have signed the agreement passed who c.u) do work Il3. ;io iig a candidate for the fit North Cobalt for Toronto. Onn upon by the referendum vou: of the hundred pounds of high grade ore.' district. This is the last formal step was discovered in their baggage. 13of.li t towards a resumption of work all .111-0 well known to the police. A Ovcr Iho district. The police. iTre si ill here in full 3 force and turn out to meet the row ,1 miners who went to work, but ho de- monstrations talie place and every- ecarch of the premises reveals tho possession- of more ore :ind utensils for melting. The men are Oscr.r Kovati and Victor .Honrkc. The on is valued at Jl-IOO. (thing will soon he hack to normal 'conditions, and the mines working as i main1 men as can be placed. .WANT TO HAVE NEW CENSUS WAY, DIED IN A BLIZZARD Ottawa, Nov. ClinksklM Karaloopn. B. C., Nov. of Saskatoon headed a wore frozen to death In a which waited today on Hon. Martin j blizzard near this city yesterday. The Hurivll in reference to the manner in victims worn John Reefer, n rancher; Ijizzlo Kwfer. aged 1-1, his niece: May Koeftr. aged II, nncther uiecp, and .lames A. Tronsin, a brother-in-law of Kcofer. They weir? overtaken' by a storm ing out of a job. nf mayor. Mr. Livingstone, of Iho No. 6 shaft, It was not at all unexpected, but Informed the Herald this morning'nevertheless it called forth some very that Iho A. II. I- mines would all interesting remarks from various start Monday and they are in of thn body. In supple- to put coal on the market at jmcnting the bare communication, Aid- once I ermau Ooode stated that it was with "We will put on'all the men we can jrecre't that he tendered his resijna- said Mr. Livingstone. at this lime. He said that ANEW DIRECTORY WANTED Board of Trade Objects to Delay iii Issuing- Book NANY COMPLAINTS Automatic Phones Not Suitable to This Climate When in Lethbridge going to the new telephone directory promised repeatedly during Iho past two months? The matter was brought up at the Hoard of Trade last night, and a num- ler of tile members seemed to thltik the city is not receiving a fair shake. It is two months since thtetbook was promised "inside of a and over a month since the revised jroofs were read. AH one member put it, Ihe whole will have to be revised again shortly. While some of the criticism seemed :o have a suggestion of political ani- mus back of it, the general concen- sus of opinion was that the present service is inadequate and inefficient. The automatic 'phone, according to one nrember, is not suitable to this climate, being so easily affected by' dust and changes in temperature. Mr. Fowler raised the question, nnd after revtewlng the promises made, that "we'take the tele- phones' and '.the- whole- works and throw them Into the river and Mtab- lish a messenger service." Mr. JlcNichol wanted the Board to make a "demand" for the directory. Jlr. Poapst said that when "Inquiry" was wanted "she was apparently, out to and when "trouble" was want- ed he didn't know was. Chorus of voicei: "Oh, you'll let trouble enough." President Hatch: "Well, let us bave definite instances." Mr. Ives: "This week my phone has been but of commission three morn- is specific enough." Fowler expressed the view that the system is too delicate. A lit- tle dust causes a short .circuit. The coal shortage has also been to blame. The temperature at "central" must kept even. He thought the automatic system "never will be a success in tills country." On motion of Messrs. Cunningham and 'Fowler, the secretary was in- structed to telegraph the Deputy Minister of Public Works, asking {or a definite statement as to the date the new directory might 'be expected. "The Diamond City mines also he had spent on the council poet to start Monday and will board would always be one of the .vallnble. The man- most picasiinl -memories of ills life, which he had much ap- all tho mon said that in a couple of lias's tho mines would bo in excellent shape, HUd placed oil and n year precialed. He thanked the mayor and aldermen with whom lie hail tak- table so which Iho canMa of that city was taken. They claimed Hint Saskatou had not been given n fair deal, and Jt is understood asked (hat either a fresh census be lalwn nr that the fig- ures of population taken by the local toiird of trade be accepted. Consideration was promised, while returning .tit from Kumloops 111 war, the Reefer ranch slolgh, and lost .hipping basis. Tlio whiRttos will blow Monday; en his scat at ttie moniinr and It will be the sweetest j many times during Ihn year for tho music heard 111 many a day.. igood fellowship which had always ex- _ _ Isted between them. They had had LAWYER COMMITS SUICIDE their. differences in committee, Portland. Ore.. Nov. IS.-Eugonc (they had always amicably set.- Markvtoy. barrister, was found dead in bud. He poisoned himself. being despondent over bolus a divorced man. He etrlwlic aold. tied, and there had been nothing to mnr tire memory of Ms year's in any way. (.Continued 5.) END OF NAVIGATION Toronto. Grand Trunk states that on November 20 it will discontinue acceptance of take and rail shipments for the Georgian Bay and Lake Huron points vis Col- linewood and Northern Navigation Co. On Nov. 29 it will discontinue accept- ing lake and rail shipments for the northwest and British Columbia via Point Edward and the Northern Navi- gation. Co. BONAR LAW ON CATTLE EMBARGO TOO SERIOUS A QUESTION TO BE MADE A SECTIONAL' MATTER London, Nov. his first speech In the House o'f Commons as thv Con- ervattve leader, Bonar Law last light pointed out the widespread movement in Scotland In favor of jmovingthe embargo on the importa- tion of Canadian cattlw. He believed Sir Ijuirler had gone so far ,s io suggest to tho present govern- .cent that this embargo was disguised If that embargo were jwept away tho people who would suf- fer would be those raising store cattle in Ireland. Directly addressing few Irish present, Mr. Law said: "It always would be.my deelrc to help in every possible way in developing resources of Ireland. There is no-th- ing I should like more than to mako Ireland feel she has an economic In- terest.in the maintaining of close con- nections with England." He went on (o express the view that, best admin- resulis would bo obtained by having a board of agrlcultmt! for with a strong local body Iu Scotland with possibly Scottish vice-presidents on tho Irish model In House of Commons, hut ho Insist- ed -that Ihe administration of the cat- tle disease acts wan too lerlollfl a matuor to be divided, SHOW FIGHT AT THE A-F.L Atlanta. GIL, Nov. In the American Federation of Labor luive organized their move- ment against the present administra- tion, of tho federation. The opening sign of hostility during (lie present convention appeared today in the printed record which showed a ieao- lutlon proposing that the federation dopt 'the Initiative and the referen- dum in tho election of olllcers. Tho resolution to appropriate J50.000 for tho defence of the .McN'ainaras was intioduced lust night at ten minutes Before midnight. It is regarded as almost certain that the resolution will precipitate a lifg fight on the floors of the convention. LIVELY FIGHT FOR MAYOR'S CHAIR George Hatch's Campaign Starts Off With a Rush REAL ESTATE IS ON THE MOVE BIG DEALS BEING PUT THROUGH TAKING A SPURT There has been considerable activ- ity in real estate circles in the past few days and according to rumors some large deals -been put through. tjulte a lot of outside cap- ita! is coming in and some large bulld- fngn are in sight. Owing to the deals not being completed the Herald Is not iu a position to mention names, but It can be stated as an absolute fact that the forward movement has started and next year is going to .be the greatest In the history of. Leth- bridge. 'Some of the deals now under way reach the mark, and with.the new year this good city is going to take a only bring in money'.but people. One deal which was completed suffi- cient to make a partial announce- ment was the sale of two.lotfi on 7th street, next to the Sherlock block, to a Winnipeg buyer. The price paid was In the neighborhood 'ot and the deal was put through -Jtyj the Dowsley-McMillan Land Company- Calgary buyers are also reported :tn be Investing heavily. Asnulth and Lindsay .yesterday, made sales to five different parties', all solid business men of the city. A total of 26 lots changed hands through their agency during the day, the total amount of the sales being J7600. Ac- cording to Mr. Asquna, real-estate is becoming active once mort3, and he looks for the biggest -boom In tht history of the city for neit CENTRE BRUCE LIBERALS Kincardine, Out.. Nov. Mc- Donald, editor of the Chestey Enter- prise and town clork and was today nominated 'by. Centre Bruce Liberals. MANY A JAG WENT UP IN SMOKE TWELVE THOUSAND BARRELS OF WHISKEY DESTROYED BY FIRE Owensboro, Ky., Nov. thousand barrels of whiskey let loose by fire which destroyed a bonded warehouse of the Davios County dis- tillery Co. here last up by flames, or lost wheii the blazing liquor flowed out upon the Ohio river, covering the surface of the stream with a sheet of flame. The fire was' spectacular. The Ions is practically covered by Insur- ance. ARNI OLSON Well Known Man Will Enter Aldermanic Lists Ceo. M. Hatch this morning definite- ly announced his candidature for mayor.' He to be, the nun of- the hour, and his supporters are carrying- on a whirlwind campaign in his favor. A petition signed by over 160 business representing; all classes of citizens, aeums to be suffic- ient proof that he Is the man at the head of affairs for 1012. His supporters are In the fight with a vim; and are confident that they will land a victory for their man. His candl-' datutv.is meeting with general favor, and whoever wins out will haye ta beat George Hatch. Mayor Adams states today that se will not be a candidate. A largely signed petition was prepared yestiar day asking him to reconsider his de- cision to withdraw, but he simply said that his announcement of a couple of days ago was final. Ex-Aid. David King today announc- ed that he hud definitely decided to allow his name to go before tho elect- ors as a candidate for mayor. It looks like a keen contest: White A. H. McKeown's candidature has.not been definitely announced, it appear- ed today that he also .would he In the fteld. His friends are putting np' a, strong appeal to the electors, and will make a strong candidate. Aid. Goode's resignation from the council means that he too means busi- ness, so time may be expected three weeks. There are four in the field for mayor. As man said It is 'like a Kentucky regi- ment, "more colonels than privates." i Mr. Olson Will Run The aldermanlc situation In much the same. Arni Olson stated this, morning that he would be in the field with a strong platform. He prac- tical man, well acquainted with con- struction work, and be believes that men of this stamp we wanted nert year. He will announce bis platform in a few days. As the result of ttrolIK Jirw- brought to bear on Mayor Ad- jams to remain on the council board. there seems to be some likelihood that he will allow his MM to 10 be- fore the ratepayers for alderman. Should he decide to enter the field- in this capacity, it is lilwly that Aid. Oliver will reconsider his decision .to retire, and allow his name to stand alao. COLUERIER MANAGER HAS RESIGNED Halifax, Nov. R. Sharp, man- ager of the Sprlnghill collieries, baa resigned. J. D. Maiwell, former man- ager of number 11 collieries, Hay, has been appointed resident sup- erintendent at Sprlnihtll. WOULD HIT THE GRAB ALL FRATERNITY Mexico City, Mox., Nov. concessions granted during the Diaz rcgimw for 'the development of oil lands will be made practically vnlua- Icss if consress passes a bill Intro- duced to tax these lands alone tho same lines as mlniug properties ara> now taxed. Tho concessions now held by Lord Cowdrey and his assoc- iates do not for the payment of any considerable but enables them to prevent others from develop- ing tho properties. The author of the bill, JOHO Lascanco, said on the floor that hit measure was intended to des- troy the power of tho Ponrani, Syn- dicate and Hie Standard Oil AMERICANS ARE ORDERED TO London, Nov. despatches from Tleii Tsing today announce that the American minister has issued per. omptory advice to all Americans .to take up their residence in the Mareet port._____ LIVERPOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET Liverpool, Nov. Rogers Co. report hove today that there was very little business transacted in the Birkenhaad market owing to supplies being exceedingly small and prlcaa as last cabled remain undisturbed. States steers from 12-Ji to 13 tf cents, Canadialis from to cents, and ranchers from 11% to 12X per pound. EARL GREY IS VERY ACTIVE IN London' Nov. Grey is ing an active interest In the norHnin movement and also In thf j agitation for proportionate represen- tations. Speaking last night he It remained for the new Canadian par- liament to pass an act giving the working classes of the Dominion thf, name powor of combination and co- partnership and co-opewtUe societies an they had in 1 ;