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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. Letlibrldgf. Alberta. Thiirsday, October CKXTM Number 248 So Dccidedat of Trade Luncheon After i Hearing Address GRAIN INSPECTION Winning, .Man.. OcL total number of caru inspected ou October I was against CM for Iba cor- responding day of last year. Of these cars, 1031 were "contract." and 144 smutty and rejected. E. H. SCAJIJIELL Committee Appointed to Organize Larger Com- mittee "Lethbridso bo one of: lie forty or fifty central points at which the hundred years- of peace, between Ca- nada, and tho Untied States will be celebrated. Without n dissenting voice, the business men ot the city at the Board of TraCe luncheon at nooa tod ay.' decided that Lethbrldse should play Its part In this great'lnternatlon- al ovcnt, which will mark the year 1914, In tha Anglo-Solon speaking na- Uons; and "a committee consisting of tyayor Superintendent Ham- ilton. and J. D. Hlslnbotham was ap- pointed to select n larger committee to uko the matter In hand. Secre- tary D. J. Hay, ot the Doard of Trade, will ict ai Bteretary for tbe local comtnlttde." whlclh will be finally ap- pointed it' tho nert luncheon. E.-H, Scimir.ell, organizing secre- Urj- of ttie. Csnaliii' Peace Centenary eiEOditlbn launched the project at the luncheon at noon. He slated tlat the Idea conceived two years in Ottawa, iind the association was joined by others, 'one tn New Tori and one la London. V In .the Utter Eirl Grey, formerly Cover- Bor-Gen'eriJ_ ol Canada, Is ono ot Uie. 'ru'lldlogiiplrlta. .The association .in." a Joint meatlns In Now .York, mapped out a' prograinme, .'with a pb- "erect monuments In London, Ottawa Wasbliiton, and probably aWg tie 3SOO mile boreV'-'bitween" Canada and the Unlt- the'cornerstones'tp be laid by tho King, Abe Oovemor-Qe'nerkl and 'the President, respectively., 1. To hold thanksgiving- In every church In the British Ecplrc and tie United Slates on the same day, the churches already having sig- nified tbelr vfllltnpiess to join in the movement. 3. To itarT air educational propa: gand'a, ivhicb will chanie-the blstqry of our aohool booM, 'and leach the boyj and girls that the deeds of peace aro more to .be a'dmlred than the of to hold an annual peace day In our schools, and to lave travel- ling for .our universities lo- go from one country to the other In the interests of belter relations be- tween tbe Anilo-SiLioa uatlout. To publicfeetlvltles In an-. out fifty. Canadian dtles and two hub- dved American cities, In whlcb the echool children will play tta leading CONSTITUTIONALISTS SKIDDDED Pledras, N'egras, Mexico. Ocl. Confronted by an Implied ultimatum that United States soldiers would be used to prevent the destruction of tho tales-national here, as well as American propcry on Iho Mexican responsible chief .of the Constitutionalist- movement disap- peaied from here'early today, leaving the town at tho mercy of the Federals should the latter make a fllbusterlnK attack from tbo American side ot the river. Organizing Secretary of the Canadian New Years rows Ob serve 'f HAPPY BOAT LOAD London. Oct. five per cenL of the passen- gers of tbe Tunisian for Ca- uada yeslerday comprised mnr- Tied women Joining bus- baiids. and young women In- lending to be.married limme- d lately on arrival. ttonicy General Slates Privy Council on PC- Act Unseemly Happy New Year! This Is the first day of the year 5C74 Eliice tha Ncatlon of the-world according to the jhylsh calendar. The celeb-.-atlou lasts two days: to- day and tomorrow. j Tte Jews do-not celebrate New jYeais- as do the Uenllles.. It 13 not an occasion of juy rides and "social .glasses. It Is a very solemn feast, carried out accoiding to the .commands of Moses 33 recorded in the book of. Leviticus: "Ye shall.do 110 servile work therein: but "ye shall offer an of- ferlDa made by fire unto tlio Lord." The local Hebrews are not Quite Elrong enough, numerically and fin- ancially, to build a tabernacle as yet, but there are Iweaty-five families now, and Ihe number Is giowins, and 'it is hoped ere long to have a house lot worship. The flock have a regu- Edmonton, Oct. of. lav Rev. who came .'rcmicr Sitlon's solution on the Al- from Winnipeg about two bcrta and Great Waterways difficulty The ser vas heard in the Icjislature today vicej are Masonic hall, rom Hon. C. W. Cross, attorney--JJJHJ today "the New Year's festival was -er.cial, who opposed ".Ticinier Sit-! In charge of the rabbi, assisted by Mr. Ion's lez'sbtion in 1510. All hopes Si. Eadowski, sr.; ion s tt absence of proper ac- ci a split in the Literal ranks'longcd ceremony Mre .Is. tor by the have'been some'Dl. Hie completeness dangling their bait in the cvfS.'ot.Mr. 'end.Vrnateaess" ch'araclerlitlo of Ihe Cross and his in the for-.jfcmple. mer-division, were thus banished. i Attorney-General Cross said that the premier, was to be congtatulaisd.( on" the- able-solution.he. had laid (ore the house.'-Tho very siniplencss; oS "the solution seemed'to-be troub-l ling the opposition! He" said. already, suggested to the premier and R. A. Long, lum- faerm'ari and philanthropist of Kansas -a COL. H1BBERT CHAD Oct. death Is an- nounced of Col. Francis Cordon Hlb- bert. !atc ot iiie Resident, end of the llojal Canadian Rifles, at the ase of SI years. W. A. Hamilton Says it Tends Too Much to Class Distinction L. V. MeBRAOY ARRESTED Toronto. Oct. V. Mclirady, Ihe well-known Liberal lawyer, who ran in EouOi Wellington, tor the Com mons a .few years 'ago, was arrested yesterday .on a .charge of false lire lences, lain Icing Involved. He ap- peared before Magistrate Denlson pleaded not suilty. and was remaudei on bail for a week. OVUK EMPHASIZED Too'-Much Attention Paid to Professional to 'Neg- lect of Manual next week. Mclirady held back the aboro ;ity.' MO, wno win ue which Ehould have been paid to a ho Disciples Convention in Toronto client who bad entrusted real estate City, Mo. I to him. Charles Fcrgic of Leth- bridgc Collieries Takes Cheery .-View of the Prospects BANK CLEARINGS The bank clearings .for Uie week ending today were 647.42; corresponding week last year, lKS.15i.52. Teri dar f rom .no.vr. a VICTIMIZED. BY. HIGH ROLLER HUBBY SHEyis NOW AN AILING--WOMAN bet: sympathy, to flio bcide- of ev-King ilanuel wa 4U -1 (est him I ______ -cad be; alter-j zollern Princess-was' discussed at !ca anj should'run east oi La length wilh reiteration'of-.-the icpott [nche instead .of westward ol tb.e.Iake, that she has separated -from' her opening up an exceedingly.ferr tfan'd. -s stretch of-country.which had been] The opportunity is taicn by one to settled lor many sears; as j make an attack-.on the, system giving railway 'accommodation- to royal which has no old settlement on Lac La Uichc.. guards lor the wife and'another balance of the guarantee 'ers to'the husband as. j the road from Edmonton, to .Fort' Manuel." Mcllurray has been'built should .no fhe Vorwaerts says: ".The jn building n branch line to con- groom prepared himself for the heavy j licct, Athabasca Landing and .the responsibilities oi marriage through; main line ot the A. 'e shall afflict your souls, and of- fer an offering made by ftrelinto the Lord. 'FoV whauoever soul It be that ipt be afWcled In that same aVi'he sh'all bo'cul off- from ong his people. whatsoever soul it be that doetlr'any work-in tbnt same day, the same soul will I destroy from among his people. "Yc pball do no manner of work: -It shall be a statute for ever, throughout your generations .In'all yo'jr dwellings." On .'the fifteenth day of this New Year's month, the feast of tabernacles slirtB-a'ud lasts tor seven days. It'is known as the feast of tents, andjlri Ihe early days-all were com- manded to dwell in booths. "I look Ipr this to be one ol the- best coal seasons. I'have ever Eeen ut said Chas. Fergie, II. seniiol manager ol the Leth- lidge Collieries. "Our. mine here is running to lull anacity now, with plenty ol prdcis hind. We have been develops rap- dly this-year: We are getting ient cirs tor shipping. The railways re: ircatinE us very well. Mr. Kergie has spent' two days ookihg over Ihe mine, and is well leased with the development that during the summer, nib'nths; The'mine'has .a- capacity oi 500. tons, ,but average dail? It Is alleged tba Thlt Canada's educational system is.in danger of growine; into a nil, mating too much for professional vo- cations instead ot tor Ihe manual, was the statement made br Superin- tendent W. A. Hamilton at the Board o! Trade luncheon loday, and tha charge was confirmed by Deputy Min- ister George Ilarcourt oi the provin- cial agricultural department. -Mr. Hamilton saitl that the tenderer ot the educational system o! tod ay: is to build up class distinctions be- tween the man who has a profession the man who at asrlcul- ture and manual Jir.- Hamilton said: "I will en- deavour to discuss .very briefly, ivJu- cation as a business Problem. In the first place, I may be'.aliow- d to say lhat 1 use Business in Us idest sense, as lhat science: which eals with the'economical and effici: nt management ol personal 'and plib- c pfiaiis. .Education has had many the. oiie hand it has een the acquisition ot knowledge; a the other the gaining of Power. Sometimes it has bejn discipline, ometimcs skill. One ol the latest de- nitions is that education is a pre- paration for life .in-.comrauiiities-a ireparation ot all incn'to in hap- iy and haimonious- relation- with WAS ON ING TO ENGLAND 'LAST-" SEEN Antwerp, .Oct. .0 the. disappearance 500 tons but -tr.e average oaiij the. output has'hot icacled the halhvay the former mark as yet iiowever, that mart on his v.aj- irom Qerniany, b'pa's d this VtaW- land, was still lurth.ef Ibis Held woik.tor every month in again. Tl.e sa o o ______ 'ery the the development in Leth- bridge mines" would be a surprise, and .Lethbridge -would have a healthy payroll 'the; year round. Mr'..Kergie has been in England since his last visit to Lethbridge. He plentr ot money lor a I purposes.. claract on of m hc Canada, ,alo U __......___ .liat Dr- cross the channel. The steward did not rntcr his name on the cabin list. 'OFFICIAL CONFIRMS REPOKT London, Oct. 2. The statement made by a sailor that Rudolf- Diesel iOt travel on hoard the steamer de- licir fellows. A preparation for sue- cessfuj participation-in al.} ties, civic, social, and religious of the_.'. about the Home Hule Bill and the Ulster tro'J- hic- than tliey dn riiht on the streets of said Mr. Kergie, rom- mentihj on King Carson and the Ul IlClal til dined with Dr. Diesel on board tbe Dresden and left him on the deck-at 10 o'clock OQ September 20. NF.W U. E. TARIFF BILU Wasninztoa, D. C., Oct. 2. The tariff'bill. will.become according'to.', predictions slcr.Vovcrnmcnt. "People over October are The trouble will, in tho Ptnate all wbtk out''peacefully in the end." alion started on tlie.cmtcre.-ice. re- From i.ethbridge Mr. Kergie will port. H Is expected the bill w, I ._ __i tvn xftturrtav nlcnl. The city bonds aro sold, -j The sale effected by Mayor-.llardle lo Head and Co., New Iho Dominion Securities Corporation, of Toronto, ivaa conOrmcd the council at special session this ailcr- noon, the Bank of Montreal, having agreed to Iho Icrms the city for tlio disposal of the cash re- ceived from Ihe sale. The hypotheca- tion of the bonds not printed It is a llllle. out of tho ordinary to wm noj DC prised by Iho bank. pianos, trips, watches, dia- All the council was this Ilnrdle verbally reported on es- made lias been kept at .tho close of former nnd It goes without saylns that. Iho present one which they liavo no use, and often sell at n sacrifice. No record has been found of a -winning candidate objecting to a cash reward, oHior" than wishing that the. 'amonnt was larger. There will any districts; tho whole territory-competing cqnallr..Xo one has a district prlzo for n goal, anywny. Dividing' Iho; Jejrilpry al- ways works hardship on 0110 or more compelltpra. The general plan of ncwepaper sub- .crlpllpn contests' Is.'lool.well known ,o require minute detalis in Ihls (n- TWluctorj' story.- Suffice.lo that tho Herald is not offering.12000 out of pure gen'crostly. KcgariUcsi ol whether the returns arc larsV; or Email, will be given 'away Just the The enter this contest no chances what- ever. Call at the Herald Subscription will the standard. coaled tho. statements made.by Mm aj reported in an inlervleiv elsewhere In this Issue. He thought Iho sale was the beit tlie cily could mal-.p now or anytime within a year from now.- "I 'am -here and inhesitallngly rt.c; ommcrid'that my sale lo Ihe Domin- ion Securlllea Cotporallon be confirm' 'said llio mayor after his report. Mayor .Hardle supported Iho action of tlie council In refusing to confirm tho deal when it wn3 learned that Uie flank of Montreal would not de- liver the'whole proceeds to be used in payment of notes In 'ihe hands of the council. However, since Jlan- 'agcr Harman's letter nas written, the Rank lies wired that all the money may be to apply on notes, anu tdcre Is nothing now In the way of the sale. Mr. Wlnslow, one of the head officials of the Dank ot Montreal has also given his promise that the Dank would take care of tho city on current account. Meanwhile Ibe Dominion Securities Corporation today asking that tho printed bonds be forwarded with- out delay when the first instalment of I cash will be paid over.' The bond isaue will be printed immediate- From I.cthbridge .Mr. win port-, n, u. go to'th6'Pacific. Pass coal fields on.reach the- piesiden Saturdaj night, the G.' T. P., wcst; oi Kdm on Senators declared today tha.t the bill must be returned to Ire -houEC tor i final. act'on nn the cotton futures. tion is good lor the man.who.guides the plough of builds the city sky- scraper I you saf but' let: nie do you think that J f-wc educate him'as we'have been j doing, he will centime to do out dirty work 1 _> In solving this problem qt.umyer-.. sal education one of the first .'things that'needs doing is the creating'pf new conception with regard to. man- ual labor. Sow.w.itli so many it is whcrc'thc companf lias another IContlnucil on 91. vnbw We May Elect an Ideal IS A coming 'municipal. o ly. Recent communications from the Dominion Sccurllles Corporalion nre to Ihe effect that they expect no dif- ficulties In disposing of the remaining boiids by December 1st, when tho CO day option expires. The beal price ever received by the 'city from the Dominion. Securities Corporation In 1408 for <14 per bonds Vhen' 98-15 WM paid. Ing. Although there were about 310 on board, .only one, .Wm. g hi- nJwK ehlrttr. he right Vtimp of men and KC thst have pointed out llul the mayor mun have mlMloher. of public worVs should be ment of economy will bslotl'af the very of a biilineit mjn, that thi department, the com- t ei.ctflcal-'tupeHnt.ndeTrt. UnleM th. fisure. and tct theYcononvy THE OTHER KIND THE IDEAL COMMISSION r of public who I.' .up.rinUn.ent naSotl'KCia vjii HOK'V Toronto, was injured. Scpres of others were bsdly shaken up. The accident was caused by the tender the track, carrying the rest F Mil ML.WW I Or (he train with It, except the en- lar.d Onl., Oil. C.-Specdins atiglhe.'.A wrecking train and a relief ,__ ji.. hurried uom Hamilton.lo wclla-d n il. p a g. 45 miles an Hour, Ihe .alboud ftWtpli 'W Call at mo iicram siiosc-npiion 15 miles an ._.f.r, Camislgn deparlmenl, In tbe Acadl? York to Toronto train was derailed the, along with Doctors, block, or addLs-.-ost'otflcp bo, BO. the 4 H. jt or phono 1341.' ncarSl. Anncs.'iiM ,r here thij ntprif -soon 'as Of cernWr z54- ;