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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TWELVE PAGES Lelhbridgc, Alberta. Thursday, October .10, 1913 CENTS. Number 260 HEAtTH OFFICE-ITS .REPORT Only Two Houses Under Qyar- anline in the Whole Cily Last Month MILK TESTS Below are the Official Figures- Look Up Your Dealers Record GOOD-BYE ,TO THE CONNAUGHT3 London. Oct, Following the -wedding of Priae'e AMhur of Goodnight aod the Duchess o' Fife; Klag Georgo aud'Qucen .Mary "visited Clarence House LEGISLATURE IS PASSING, LAW TO PROTECT CHILDREN FROM BECOMING CRIMINALS Edmonton, Alta.. Oct. Juv- enile Courts act road-a second lltuo In the Legislature yesterday. The act provides lhai no Ing a hoaxing of auy charge shall be in confinement hi auy county, or leave ot.lhelr Iloyal i other Jill, or In wblcir adults Highness, the DuSe and are or "cay ke Imprisoned, but shall Duchess of Connaught, prior to their departure for-'Canada to- morrow. Tbat the health of the city of Leth- bridge ao far "aa the presence of con- tagious diseases IB concerned. Is all tbat could possibly bo expected shewn by' the report-of Sauitary In- HHector, Vallan.ce (or llio month, 6t SejiiemLer. During the mouth o'uly two houses were placed In quarantine. Thcro were ty'o.Jn Quarantine to be- gin the but theso were tded before the-end of September, leaving only two In quarantine when October, started. Only four residen- ces were left in modified quarantine at the" end of the month. Quaran- tine restrictions over six residences in a city of nearly SiOO residences Is considered by.tho Board.of Health to Le a record to keep up. So far QE typhoid Is concerned It Is ittted that the number of typhoid pa- is only about one-lialf the num.- Iber there were a year ago and only a small percentage of the cases dur- September October- In 191.1. However, the. hospital Is full, though ithe nnmher of cases'brought In from iomsIUa. points Is responsible for that condition." 1 Inspector.. Variance is paying-tlie Strictest 'aitentioa to the dairies sup- lying milk to the. city, his ,re- thie month shows'the manner in which-comparisons afe: made. .The the standing of .the i -r-r market today. 't te detained at a detection shelter, used exclusirety for.thlldren; Provision is made by which' tho King George, left for Xew-' charge agaiuEl a juvcnllo way be ad- Burned iroui time to time, the.cldld being on probation and under the suu- cr officer. ARMED MINERS STOPPED "SCABS" marks I'cliter fifth: o 25 24 22 23 21 22 :20 21 25 24 24 22 23 19 23 20 Trinidad, "Oct.' miners, the working force of'the SauU Fe Coal Co., were prevented from so- ng to ircffk today by Ibtrty-five strik- some of whom'wero armed. Ucp- ntlea reached tli'e scene before the strikers had dispersed them. .Twenty- two were arrested, charged with pick- g ouu C3ji EIGHTEEN MONTHS FOR- SUFFRAGETTE FIRE'BUG Curlers Marked Sample Ballot it Work- ed Out leap EASY of Three Cantfidales.to.Giyp. Winner enal K-rritude Betting o-JEO in on May 17." The W. N. HOSSIE 'DEAD BranKord, Qnt., Oct. i5.T-The.death took plRce'of.W. X. HqssSe, for forty the. .Ontario Sclioot for the Blind. plaining the intricacies o( ballot, is himstlf learning sonic lessons fire caused groat damage to one of the when the a conies to'count uy the ballots on election eve. -_ To lacilitate-'.the work.'he has in hand Le-has number ot-straw bat lot.1 papers and these will be used at meeting elec- tors .wish IpYVgather. 'information. Last wade, at the the city council There about 30, t ballots to elect a commissioner finance public safety u.en'distnCi.uted. On these bat- lols .tvere foe Iloseborry and WifsdnV-As there were candidates were lour choicer. Aft i the ballots were marked without d sinEle'ow-bf'tflj'spoiUd, and those present agrerf-tfcat they not so h'ard to'unUerstatid after all. Oa'suniiiMN; up.the.first cboici-s the CIOIME Gl Messrs. Mitchell and Boyle; Re- ply to Criticisms of Put lie 'r .MAYOR. .HARDIE Board of Tradt today Addresses of Welcome Extended From City and the School Emphasises Importance of the Pro- in the Schools With President J. E. Hodgson In the chair, and the auditorium of Central school occupied by over 150 delegates, the first annual Jolut con- vention of the Echoo! teachers of tho Macleod and J.etfcbridge inspectorates opened this morning at 10 o'clock, with an Invocation by the Rev. Can- on McMtUeh. Addresses of welcome were extend- ed by His Worship .Mayor Hardic. R. P.-Wallace, chairman of. tho school board and J. E. Hodgson, .president of Uie Lethhrldge Tteachers' assoc- iation. Mayor Hardie expressed hts thank- fulness that he had a pleasurable duty to perform once in arliilei, and asBiircd the delegates' that the city officials would do in their power to make tho visit to the city one to be remembered from a standpoint of pleasure, extending a hearty and cor- dial welcome on behalf of the officials mm SENTENCE METEp pUT .TO CHAS. NEFF CONVICTEP7OF MAN- SLAUGHTE'R iMmocton, result-'TV ant 'speeches, dealing ..the. grow-! B ism art'. with-the rapid ,deTelo'pment that'is .taking place in every, part tfce province in regard to pliase-of work 'undertaken prpunciai- government were madeira nd pmely Address by Mrl Bonds V are Sold Iwoilf-six at t'jetqard Oct. JS.TT-Ei -j i ,jTj I th'c legislature tpdajr the' minister p! public worts, and the iriinister. of education in d isciissin'g ihp Hon. C. R. llilchell that v delivered; on ;citic.. Ills J Roseberry 6 "art'tlriss ca'reiul a" wealth- .-.of tj v'r information. hallots will tlw-dose. VuV rewived 1? lincnty address with-a 17'lew Supporting remarks, Mr. Fred votesl'-Eo'-iliat there was no pcnite cd itentlary was the pfovii.'chH eovtrariieht1 6l i. I 'Churchill, tfine low man, yealordaj- by Justice. MacDonald is.bearing a imicL gicatcr; proppition r-jt0ppK] 'iroro: the But n j' 'lew supporting reniaiRb. nm ed.by. .Popular majority.. I nder .-thejD JE ,naijf an appcai for-a goo1 ballots Launer would have luknoul.to wclcomel the Medicine Hal lichi'eleqtcd by one vote over tomorrow. Mayor Hacdie not so with (he ptetere.3- t-. (iat-.halloi in use. ,t_A ,.1.1.. Ms two This ii that has, lately, receivrf-a. great deal ot attention duj Enough Beels in Sight for a Double Shift for About Six Weeks price Is plainly stipulated contract. BEST IN" YKAIiS "The liccts nrc-the best in said James Walker, of tllo nlficc slaR, tcrcd'by the inletosts-'cl.tbfti whole province in the prosecution criminals, care of prisoners Slillino one war elected, the protection aud-chaiUUs, and 'erection and of bemg low r build-nis. The covcrnracnl of Alberta ond was now adrninisteis ailaus.that in looked alter almost enlicelf by- coiinly and municipal 'aulhofitics. In" addition, the government ol "Albecta was erecting elcvalots to. assist .the farmers; 30 governments the power of supervising lor ho "1C anci deposition. ol s there (bori'd With tliese it .that it should cTlocc on the sec !iljr that the ill and out, went of the ori SUMMER .FALLOW SCORES W. J. HuEsell, a yqunf? faTm-. of .wheat frpai a_. acres tbatU to _ fuhy >49 and .citizens. He pprtaJice of the teaching profes- sion as the trainer of children. "As you shape and mold tbe llvej ot our boya and said te, "BO shall country progress. The future of thi city, tho. produce and the Dominion, depectdd on the moral, Intellectual and physical training which you bur future citizens." The mayor pointed out the imperativeness of good speocH as an adjunct to a child's yrrogreu Ln life. Xot so much the grammar that cia be accurately dls- but-the of every- day life.. The wave of Immteratioa which Is landing .Eo.mnay from' foreign countries la our dist- rict occasioned remarks ftoin the mayor, and .he emphulied Importance of laaujr erpressions brought in from other countries, and thai standardizing, of our everyday ipeech, by traJniar younger minds of this new element In our citizenship. Chairman of School Boird Mr. Wallace expretaed'hU genuine pleasure in extending a-welcome to the pedagogues -on- behalf- of the" school He thought that. oC all the conventions -which. had welcomed In the nono 'ex- ceeded in importance; the'prtaent" one. "The teachers' wield a'great influence on tbe lives of future citUeni and the progress of-the tliey deserve K real Credit for tbe" work they arc "doing." eald Mr. Tho speaker mentEoned tbe high.class of the qualifications 'tiie auccoBS of ttJaching-and-thlo.pfttleace, perseverance rejiil-reU.'1 Mr. Hoogaoa eniplfaBlied the In May find COMMITTEE WILL: 6O.OVER VOT- ERS' LIST TO .SEE THAT TENANTS 'ARE of the third cr KoSeberry........ 10 IconcreU has.come of the -yet, ah'd.'it'ls sonjeiyhat premaliiro j at tor us'to' ofier cither Ti condemnation. It te n-Verr Inreo plan and would rc'qiiire'a great deal ni discussion to difierent viewpoints Dealing .opposition criticisms and gratifying assertion' w.ts cor regardirtg Ihe puhlic- debt ol the pro- The election of officers of the North Lethbridge ratepayers association did not materialize last night, "although" a meeting was held. .and.routine buii- ness transacted. A .cornmlltee- appointed to go over and make Applications -to Ihe-council to have eligible vutirs' names that were not on the Its [.placed-there.-j "A portion of. ihe committee" wlHjcapvas Staffordv'Ule, where ,fhere, nne number of voters vrbba'e names" are'not on the list. I No action waa taken platform would rec'eive the endoraa- tIon of the RcpTesentallvcs fr6m' StaffprOyillc attended, and-received.a hearty invi- tation to join the'associaUoh MeetlTiga will be .Tuead'ays in the future..' The 'election of offi- cers win lake place'at the next-meet-1 Ins. r ,-jtcs of lie-plant over, two thous- thcy having found lhal ,s to Ifnicreit'', T .1 tons-p{ beets icady lor slicing to secure''wffielcnt .jaad .on wplk-I'Vas paid.V'fn proporUon-- V WaS-JrlaCea UpOH the :3 conveision inio. efficient Iccal hrlp it tho critical mo- the Tcvomic'of five and.a hijf ".J'Vi conveision' Inlo.suijar.. Speaking cmcitnt local hrlp nt fho'crilieai'rao- the reve'niic-of five'.-nd.a hijt rrprtscntativc, J. 1'. mcnts the proiluctioo ot tl.c- leets. lion dollars 'he ronfcnifcd llial. 'ttiil Dead Officer of the various- problems to ba con'Sttlered." Wacleod'c B. T, ot the Mac- leod aBsodation, replied' to the of welcome oxpreiaing jreclation on bohalf of Macle'od-teach-, era: He feH that the Welcome .was prompted by the eat feelings .of sociability, 'upon 'which .In matlon Ihe'succesB of the.coayentlou depoadcd, Another .the, JecU of the meeting, according to Mr. Mitchell, was. tha conjiderttlqti motion of Interest In ipfCiiU and the BtrengtheDlns of spots In this of the changes-In the ordftr'of oon- ventlone, arid f elt i that the consider-, atlon'and debate on tecHnlcallUfta'ot while "was of secondary Importance. Ing'of. the rapid development of i nc at ion, such as the t of agriculture, manual 'training domestic science; Mr.-Mitchell said: "These branches of our currlca'luni nevertheless of -the greatest. Import' anct. ,Just.BO far as we turn our, at- tention to these things will be broadened" and the Ideas of .'OIK profession be widened, and T Bee that this idea it belhg carrJud out In.the (Continued on Pagt 11.) BRIIAINlUlIESIBAIlSIll licr and agreeable class of people', tural :and 'tcchniMl (rain- Mr. Corfleld to the. rnachir.ery. the company- could handle tee-or four times as many bcrts as arc 'this yiar, they .'ate well ian Oi inn worlds most tion of education ol "Sons CsAed, and are'confiilent. that 11.ji admirably, peaking .well of tfe rpl n- >w'oitld taken inlo consl ily a matter .ol time bclore t'hi'.ditl system.and capacity ol tfic little in 'dcal-r.g with fcrlntiul -opb will realize that sugar beets army of.men and loremcn.' The 6fli-- -Speeches were made'by'W.'Fl'l'ai-- Cbloiiial' dls- CcrrlJh parties, and In .thai moved r f -vivltlbtu nun -Illtul UMt IIIC VU1U11I The factory ana fields ptcscflt a.Ing, to approved of the Corps being employed nftalnst.small Ccrr htisy scene lliese days, and.everyi'c- Hocky Mouuialn'said that tho ruei- June complaint was by ths Acting ConimlMipner.tl tail ot 'Ibis work is progressing1 most tion of education ol'Sons ol rh'njra -Ollt to'enjage a emnll bend of raiders. fishtlos on.August Oth he dlaregarded the advice of Captain Sum- lucallon' of Indian ctt.tlwent, who wta-aJUklied b tte corps, not to tttil iMywiiviii. --.I Its-- ..AUA... _._ J __._ 'e the surest source ol agricultural tl.ils are deligfitcd with .the fritndly. fcr, J. W. 'ojith wlthfn their immicli.ttc reach, and ccmnicr.rlahle aUKudc.of .the re- top; t. a aquM-e, Red hit men were'llwfefort committed Irregular aXInxilsh ID bath., immtdUlsly flfd, thV Mtxlra gun .wiu by Queen Eiizabetri "Has Pow-j erful Guns and Details of I'ortsinoutli, Oct'. roV- in Queen Blizahclii, which Carres an ira'mrnse nrroanicr.t and uses qj) Instead bl 'coal hy tho utilization ,ot oil engines in place ol coal." The substitution ot oil'tanks foi coal .bunkers ineanV' Rtieat .economy. In weight and In this it. lias the of- fensive 'and defer.sive; armament and at the same time.Jieep the size and displacement dl tbe nart'jipg within limits. the o'tt fuel prove successful In" of the Queen Elizabeth, tlrely.ner, type.. hVr coii- slructlon' have keen kept secret. It is her is.td'.comisl' of" ten; 15- Inch, iruas b nir-! plate was laid. bets, 4wWlt. UT, itcotidaty -armarotritj :Far mdr< wdrk _________ _ of 4-iftch or C Inchfjuts :fs also :to ffot'e. launch'n.? Ihaii.. Js usually the placed Ichfnd protccflvc nrmor. [case with batllfsbtys. ffjth A The new vessel was not. quite" a year In the building, and -.Kill, ready for service, in than y two years from thi'tlrne her Vrtl; ptit on her ;