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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Yvluiuc V. TWELVE Letlibriilge, Alberta. Tuesday, November 26, 1912 CEXT8 Number 20ft! MEAT 55 CMS E. F. HutcHings Gives Con- jcrete Example of Bene- fits Mixed Farming MAKE PROVINCE If There Was Change in Meth- ods Would Become Wealthy Alberta Big Harness Makers Have Good Things in Store for Lethbridge Debate on Address from the Throne Starts at Ottawa {Debate on the Reply to the Address from the Throne LEADERS SPEAK Nothing .Revea'ed as to Naval Policy Fight on Crooked r Bye-Elections !i "If the farmers of Alberta will con- tinue to follow out the mixed farming }iropugQ'nda as they have been doing the assets of the province will double, yes, treble, within the next five years." H. J. Hutehings, president of. the Alberta'Saddlery Co. of this .City, ac- companied by E. F. Hutehings, presi- dent of the Great West Saddlery. Co. tf Winnipeg, Is-In the city today look- jug after his interests here, and in the course of an interview with" the He-raid the conversation drifted round toi a.subject on which 'Mr. Hatchings is very much interested, and an-au- thority. In making the above state- ment Sir. Hutehings said he was prompted by: the trend the farm- ers- in the direction of diversified and.to him it appeared to be one of the most optimistic signs of the times. live stock in South-; eni Alberta than there has ever been. This may not be true in the case of cattle, but 1 notice a tendency on the part of the small farmers to gather, together a few cattle, and the. results will be noticeable in a lew' years. The number of sheep and hogs are increasing by leaps and bounds, j and as long as there is an export de-; inand for live stock the farmers are iii a position to make large profits, much larger than by the straight grain farming." "Yes, and in the egg industry broke in the president of the Great West company, "The othsr day a farmer drove into Taber "with two loads of Xo. 1 hard wheat. He had to lieg the elevatcrs to take it at 55 cents" a bushel. Not so long ago I in Vancouver and the farmers Vr'ith a few fresh eggs were selling Them at seventy cents per dozen. Now the. relation between these prices is simply ridiculous, and if the farmers iti Alberta, growing plenty of rough grain which they can hardly give away at present, would take it upon them- to supply that market with eggs alone, look at the profit they make. And T venture to say that ninety per of the eggs to be used in Lethbridge this winter will be shipped in from outside points, probably from the States." Both gentlemen expressed their ap- preciation of the action of the gov- ernment and the -big corporations Hke the railways and the banks in insti- tuting a mixed farming campaign, the urcrk of the local government in bring, ing in live stock to give The farmers a start hi the right direction being one of the points especially comment- ed upon. Conditions throughout the west are assuming a much brighter aspect than 5ias been the case during the past two yeare. The crop this year has been on the whole very successful, while marketing conditions up till the past two weeks have good. In their own. line of business the increased prosperity ci" the farmers has mcde a noticeable difference, and the o-Jt ioofc is for a heavy spring business. While neither gentleman said any- thing a'oout the intention 01 the com- pany toward Lethbridge. it Is known thai the'y hart In mind, the construc- tion of a large distributing warehouse 2icre in the soring; the possi- bility of extending it in the future to take up factory work on a large scale. expenditure here nest year will take The form of a large block on street south, which win cost in the neighborhood of Both gentlemen left this afternoon for other points where the companies In which they are interested have large holdings, this being .E. F. annual tour of the west. Farmers are Actually Done Out of Cars by Elevator Companies INSPECTORS THERE C.P R Official Said It Was a Case for the Attorney- General W. F. N1CKLE -.Burdett, Friday last- a special; representative of the Dominion Grain Commission visited this town.' On Saturday a special representa- tive of the Canadian Pacific Railway, acting under instructions from the superintendent, also paid a visit. And both declared that the Burdeit farmers were the vietiims of what ap- peared to-thein.to-be-the steal of the season. For out of some two hundred cars of grain loaded at this point dur- ing the past two months, the eleva- tors have succeeded in getting about two-thirds of them, while the farm- ers have been forced to take what was Jeft, although the complaints of car -shortage from the farmers themselves have been loud and long. Farmers resident in tbe district wbo have bad to put up with the condition of affairs which has existed .there during the shipping say. that Hurdett has lost in the neighborhood of fifty cars to Grassy Lake and-Bow Island, which properly belonged to Burdett. Farmers, unable to get cars at this point, have hauled their grain three or four or five miles further in order that they might get CSTS where they are. the other two points mentioned. The Real Trouble The whole trouble sterns to be not so much that there- is an actual car shortage, for bushels of an es- timated crop of bushels have already been shipped. What does rouse the lie of tbe farmers, however, i? that ihey have been practically forced Jo ship through the elevators, the Alberta Pacific and the Alberts Grain, when, if they been able to get their rightful proportion of tbe cars, they would have been in a posi- tion to take advantage of a spread o: from seven to ten cents between elevator and track prices which has existed aii spread greater than that ia evidence at any other point along the GroVs Nest between Lethbridge and Medicine Hat. Tbe track price today for Xc. 2 wheat was cents, the elevators paying 55. AonealeH Commission last wefik ibe farmers beca.xuo es- vith inc wayja which they Were being and wired the Grain Coainnssio'n to make an invest- igation. As BuiJett is tbe oaiy point en tbe Hue there have bisa any serious ccmplaiuts. the chairman ot the Commission wired one of eis inspectors to go to Burdett, and gel truth of the At tfce same time he wirrd the superintendent of C. P. R. :it Calgary, asking something could not be dene to re- situation....... (Continued on Member for Kingston, Ont., who-sec- onded the motion In reply to the address from the throne. THE ARCTIC'S DOWNFALL 'Ottawa, Nov. fam- cus Arctic, the ship In Which Capt. Berhier mack- his memor- able cruise into the northern concerning which there was a preliminary inquiry, the "Old Arctic" goes to the north ho more. The ship came down recently .from the Hudson Bay where she had cm boavd an ex- pedltlon in with hydrographiti'..survey. She-is. v buck at Quebec and the marine department is fiyjng her. oiijt as a'lightship. he tlonecLat" the of the'Sa- guenayO" ,i Believed Engineer Cain Was Dead Before Reaching Switch Inquest Tonight COMPLETELY DESTROYED BY FIRE HELP GET A SEA H. RAINVILLE Will Stand Aloof Should Gen- eral War be Precipitated by Austria i Frank Oliver Branches Out Into s Fighting Speech, When the Premier Interfered TURKEY'S DEMANDS, No War Indemnity Certain Amount of Territory and Al- banian Suzei amity o TWO CORRUPT ELECTIONS The fallowing amendment to.' reply to the speech frortv: the throne was moved by Sir Wilfrid Lnurler: "We beg 'to repor. to your Rcyal Highr.es? that In the elections of Macdonald and. Richelieu there werc> practices calculated to terrorize arid cor-. rupt the electcrctc which were condoned by your and which deserve the ceniure of. this Hous Member for-Chambly-Verchercs who moved 'the motion in reply to the address'from the throne. to the Medicine Hat., Alta.. Nov. 36 HOUSE OF JAMES MELDRUM WAS'Tlutt Engineer .Ionics Cain was dead before his engine struck the switch where the fast Kootenay express was j wrecked yesterday is the opinion _________ t which prevails amone; railroad men. 'I-le has hern ill for some time.and re- Magruih, caused by i ccntly a critical operation the overheating of a range stove in at, Rochester. Tlie eight unb expected. An inquest SAYS ALBERTA'S LOAN PLEASING CONSIDERING CON- DITION OF MONEV MARKET London, Nov. O 'i' (Western Associated Press.) Ottawa. Xpv. preliminary Sofia The hrcs of dp-nar-irro-cJInga 'n tho House yesterday beUem the Bl Igor ai coitlnod to the introduction el 'a coat Ic rr b bi George H. Brad- mil "c established to-, m 1Qr Tho day. by commissioners appointed t-y v..as a to crevont the pollution of the peace plenipotentiaries. 'Kegotia- the streams. Mr. Bradbury said the lions will be resigned tqniornnv, bill was similar to the one he lutro- T i duced last and which did not Great Untam Is Neutral mako berauso the London, Nov. Russia is pressure: of public business. The ob- believL'd- to te continuing her mill, ject of the bill is to prohibit the pel- tary movements on .the'.frontier and iution of the navigable streams or their tributaries by the dumping into them of sewage. Severe penalties ar0 provided. Mr. Bradbury's second bill was one to prohibit the use of the British flag t'cr advertising purposes. He said that it was quite common to see the fbg defaced, and that this should be put a stop to. The bill also provides severe penalties for offering any indig- nity to the flag. Mr. Bradbury prom- ised to explain his bills at greater length on the second reading. The debate on the address "was then commenced by H. Hainville.' Conserva- Austria-Hungary, is telieved lo tc j rapidly mobilising an immense army 'equipped for hard-field service, there j is nothing liefmite today lo indicate that an international war in Europe is imminent. The increased tension, the depressing under-current of which is everywhere felt, however, tends WAS j greatly to decrease the ability of dip- jlomacy to resist an ultimate rupture. I Great Britain, it is.rclirr.-lv stated, j has Siven Servia as well as France i and Russia to understand that she has not interest.in Servi mant! ____ fcr a portion oi the Adriatic ton informed the Canadian Assoclat- also has declared she! Jed Press that the result of the new hag no intention oi supporting Per- tive niember for Chambly-Vercheres, jAllicrta loan was entirely oc' of aiding ?.r.y other who tool; occasion to -.-efer to the na- considering the present state ot Don-pr jn rin so. val question. This.--he said, was the GYP THE SLOOD AND PALS TO EXPIATE DEATH OF ROSENTHAL right next tu the engine. The cat i turned over and they had great troil- j hie getting out oi" it. HANDLED GUN CARELESSLY Ashland, Wis., Nor. Wilemnn. 22 of age, of Glidden. j was kilied yesterday by his own J gun. He had "r-fen on a hunting trip J and on his return up the I steps of his home dragging his gun I after him. In some mairaer it ex- ploded, killirig him almost instantly. Xcw Nov. the "Whites- Lewis." "Lefty Louis" and Frank" the gunmen convic- ted of the murder of Herman Rosen- thai, were sentenced by Justice Gofi today to die in the electric, chair at Sing-Sins during the week of .Tar.ua.ry sixth. I i" i v KING ALBERT'S MOTHER DEAD <-i .v ariss'els. Nov. death ocuarred tcday o: King Albert's tiiotiirr, the CounteES of Flan-d- ers. Princess Maria of Belgium. Sho had been suffering for seme days v.-iih j-neujicnia. She was in her year. King Albert and Cueea Eliiabsth re- a; her bsdside till Ih9 last. 10 BE SUPfflrM CANADA'S CONTRIBUTION YET KNOWN. LEARNEDLY DI5 CURSED !N ENGLAND ins lie here. toT.vcver. il is slat- body would agree that Canada should i "d that Turkey hnc iol-'do something for the Empire without ;is r-n acceptable basis ;or au 'deliy. For that reason he believed j i that there should tie no opposition to ir.fiemr.ily. the government policy, as" radicated ,1ftrnuc-n by Turkey of iu from lhc Throne. mm ilhc territory lour.dea bv the Merit7R particularly as the promise was given i ihc fortress oi Adrianople tfcal no Ptvmancnl policy would be he inclu.ipn. j cwbarkc-J cpcn withcut bcins subrsiit- WERE DISMISSED AND LAWYER: of the sov-jwd to the WILL UNDERGO ANOTHER jereifnty of tfci- .Sulian oi Turkey in! Mr. Rainvillc. ns is customary with ihe mover o: ihe ad-dress. devoje-J Spruce sorae nitration tc the prosnerity cf yu- lle sald- waB X V Xcv 25.- After Oe-: rrsponani'i at Tchatai'a ..Tfcc I few to car moderate He _ r government might do mere in the tj way of rjovornrner.t assistance 10 agrl- iberating for roore than the jury In tiie case of W GIbsciu cbargsd tisft murdor' i vuJig'su -.ivi in I'll? of prfss-'rc from 'of clieut, Mrs. Rosi Jleuscbik trf.hcr niti.rl'rs tfle allies iriH not risk and in tiiis cctinection jiraats t'3 comrncrcial leagues lo enable them to in agriciil'ure. E-.oro ructitil end it tee Pail i _ e, ;a its principal ctiitorlsl today; A. G. W. CASE joins the Times la insisting that tbe ft- Dominion naval coniribjtiODs 'must never bs used to relieve the home' government ct' any part oi" her "Nothing." tbe "has been more v cant than lh3 now fast ripenri.s fruits of Canadian patriots long labors, but: fruit may yet be nippfid by illv frost of our oxn indifffTencs." NEXT WEEK London. Nov. Is an- Dcunced shat ;he Royal Bank of Censca's appeal to the Privy Council Bgaindt the regarding tiie Albertaa act be uearo next weak. 1 .their rr.iV c th? iissl tjvicoiiSe; taat tbe agree- factor in trc curr.'ai ctgo-; uur.t proposed by lite govpmu'-eat content tue cat so J interests of the Dcmiaion lie :o in- the dc-liiv the Ust, our trade with Great Bri- v: real uppr.rt'.iniiy nnrinc the v.TCft f -ng she oi'-i colonies. vrodon winter s vet anMhrr nirii tvhirt 'ir. v craicnrt." The (V.r.stsr.iir.f-nlr i-crrfspi.r.w-r.t ,-f The iic-iter Trii-ir.iph m f. ficspr.trh s-.trs fi'i.r.tir.-n: .m AH r. Xlck'c. oi Kintrsios, :n "e sjwk-s eloqueatiy of Cin Canadian prcrerliy. He, too, sfd t.'n- that everything vhouifi h; done t: iCoaslBteiJ on past- :0) ;