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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI; TuMpay, September CENTS Number 234 mrm Council Wrestled With Problem for Skeith'Opposed BREWERY LICENSE Acting' Mayor oiiil Aid. Hamilton Have Tilt Over Taxing Indus- tries Ttie Hague, Sept. Tfc'jre IB every indication that women will Eborily be given tl.e franchise in Hoi- land. In tho speech from, the f? throne delivered at tbe Ing 0( Ibe Ststes-C cu c-ral to- day, (lie new Dutch cabinet BtaterJ Ib intention or grunting the vote t'o women. 't After haying been In almost contin- uous sow ion, since ten o'clock In tho jaonjing the. city council adjourned )Mt evening about leven o'clock, alte having come to a dscltlon oa the bond and the seal of tho cH> affixed to the now Kconte ujlaw vile' bu been on the Ublo since some time laat February, Tht- particulars about tfce bond thn reporters were to withhold pnUI the tlra0 cornea to Uie Ihe puUlb Into ccmfldence, but the Herald can state that the mayor wis authoriMid V> make a tale at tlie offer mentfoiiftd In his from What iho flpjro la not be- published at the present, but It would aot harp been taken had not the 'city htrd.presied for cash nrtth a niimbtr ot notes to meet at 'ko'early date. 1C tho gale Is oonfirm- aB note holders may expect to sec money within a month cr tffx'.weckl- -Aid. Skelth te opposed to sale at the offered. Dor.e and H Cook orar of tho counoil'a In tie afUrtooii to dispose of the JkwcEe bylaw finally. During the Lhtrd rezdlne a .number of changes Wm-; but tho most Interesting topic hour was the temperance Acting.Mayor LovenW.and Aid. Hamilton.' In the old :lherfl Is n f clause, inserted Ing, Lager LIVERPOOL MEN QUIT- BECAUSE MEMBERS SUSPEND- ED FOR UPHOLDING UNION PRINCIPLES Dr. ilcwlwrn Guest til resent- ed with Jewel c. p. R; TO START CITY HAS Wliat was, the most uniq gallic-ring of North Star Lodge, No. A.F. A.M.. was held last night, on wJiich occasion iliu members of that organization took oi'portiioiiy of pay- ng tribute to the sterling worth of one or their old Postmasters. Dro. Dr. MtwbUTn, who shortly takes tls departure from tlie city. Seated around the baiiquft" tallies were the pastmasters of tlic lodge for many years back, and interest- ing were the old-litne reminiscenscs" which were unfolUed in the'course of the It was a regular old- timers1 night. r-ft While tlie lodge was in session, M. Liverpool, Sept la.-UOOO freight handlers on the London Nortel-i tfce [o BroVih-. Mew-burn a handsome That ihe C, P. It; will not proceed with the construction of the J2lh Bt. subway .this year was the opinion voiced by Acting Mayor Lovering at I'd3 regular icc-ellni of the council yesterday aftemboii. Jle understood. he said, that tho .vork would not be undertaken "until the city bad dis- jicst'd of its bonds'and liad thr> ir.onei If the sale now being con sicend Is coasuiaiuateJ, the mono T.-1U be received too late to go ahea( with the work this fall. It was breach cd by one member of the cotiueil lha IB city keen the 142.000 subway bonds nlil the boad jnarket takes a turn ut this was decided as the otnpany now offering wiahes to bu> he whole Issue, it ia underwood. ol j-. struck today, because icir i-ouiraucs have suspended lor refusing to Iiom Dublin, a lock-out ol members ol Ihc transport workers union is on. As a result ot the strike- the com- pany announced last night' it- handle jewel, ivhlch Mew- strike and suitably acknowledged. At tlie banquet "-hich follou-eri. the health of the eucst of honor fit- tingly proposed by R.W. Bro. J. D. r__t ________ _ Hlginbotham. and In reply Bro. Dr. liol'atccpt ficight at-Liverpool or i Men-burn look the oiiportunlly of responsibility tor delay delircring'thanking tbe brethren for their hand or damage to-any goods -now in its p some gift, and gave some tnleresllng possession. Tiiis- order -will remain details'of masonic life In the old days in force until iurllier notice. '.C n this city. Then followed R.W." Bro ST. T .MacleoJ, 3IW. Bro. T. McNabb Bro. H. Scolt. V.W. Bro. R. Ad urns, Bro. A. Klnley, V.W. Bro: E Doolcy and W. Dro. Hoyl. all pastmas tors of North! Stdr Lodge.. W, Bra J. Jones, of No. 30 nnd W. Bro. Dr. Charity Lodge, conveyed the their respective, lodges td'tLe'giiee of "the evening. nr. .Gnlbrallh.-'W, S i.' ilfiecta Ahi Brewing'.'ihc JUtlUng the was coplec Into: the w-ir Vjt railed. -svantid' ft lelt.ln. It Sid never been collectcn before, but bo eald he, LS chairman of tie llcenie cominlttee, voald sec that' (t 'via collected undyr tte now bylaw. Aid. HamlUon differed Mm. He rjhl not btllevo It wu tho Intention of. council to force industrial con- cerns, lo jray Dr. Loyerlng laid the brewery could well ifford to anrl .wouldn't mind If the license <10DO. He wouldn't vola in favor of anything tlifll had to ao wtth the or manufacture of liquors. He irsnted tho He waiit- a clean pllr. i "If you want clean answered i 'Mi. Hamilton, "you will never get It l fcy licensing. The only way It i li to .prailUt, and that Isn't in our J fcower. lie licento alto- Aid. AIrd coDCurred and'lhe loud clauie was slruek out. f The fee for bolUIni works for toft 'drln'kS was reduced to one dollir. Tlie rConlln on Paie "A'.F.L LEADER ,HEAO OF' 'A TRUST.' Conn, Hamilton, and Howard on hi half of Ihe'old-tiraers, while Rev; G. H crs. III., dele- ;ates.who declared they represented) r lion of the Industrial Workers of the to lie the evening musical: selep tUiotia were'given by UTOS. Felgen on TureweU" Lhe evening. W. Bro. (Wand presided; ove the bamiuci In a pleasing and efficient O BUILD WINNIPEG ARMORY Ottawa. 3ept- Carter-Halls dllnger Co.. of Wbniucg. was award-, d the contract new eg armory today There ere eight the success- ul biddere were- lowest. f.W.'-H.; FA.IRFIELD Superlnten'de'nt of.the Lethbridgt Ex perimental Farm HiglV Treason Rampart in C'oiuiection with Anti-Hqjhc Unle Canipaigij Belfast, Ed- ward of ,the; Irtsll1 TJn- Woild yesterday. Delegates listened to Ton Mann, English labor leader, critic.7e Sam- uel Gompers, president of the Am- erican Kcileration. of Labor. "Gonipers Is a puie ho said, "and lias got, far away Irom a sympathetic "understanding with the needs ol Ihe great army ol borne down, unskilled laborers. "He virtually is at the head ol an American labor trust... "Instriid of welcbrning into ils needjlic Ijene-j 16._4layof: o( ciai-esholrri, has left-for fits ol organization the labor trust draws the sbnpe- line exclutliag the Edmonlbn, where he will hesi.l fti nims to the gov- !foSe eventua of the to be l., object p'l" W e v Slid. --iraB. 16'lnspMl a volunteer army which'js In Ulster to support (He govemaient, which is to be'.br'ou'sht into existence in case the Konie ilule' .till becomes! law. 'er army Is be thor- aniT.ed, and to .have attain- ed a" strength of about a hundred thou- sand men.- This number ils lecders espee.t .to wheu recrultins has been "completed. Sir Edward intends to spend a week in Ulster with several lieutenants. He visit the various corps which havo been formed by drilled men from (he Unionist clubs and Orange lodges, 'The climax of SIT Edward's visit will come on Saturday, when it is ar- ranged to inspect tha Belfast Union- ist corps, In. the course of the week a hum- tef. ot private meetings of tho Ulster Unionist- council will take place lo thn provi- working man are-to be c'i all skilled and uriskilled. musl be-welcomed.11 the smaller 'slonargovcrnment.wblch it Is the pur- rt to the gov- 'pose eventually There hope of a genera! sions or the assessment act. enacted ot 'conference between the various part- oath o question of Home Rule. Thai Would Give Cus- toms Collectors Sun- i day to Study tlie 'Ohauges Canadian farm prqducfo will bt NEW BANK FOR RAYMOND evidence of the faith of the banks south country, the Bank has opened branch .at having secur- ed quarters" i.ri the Investment Se-: curity-'blinding. ;The town will now take a promlntpt position .m financial tbe- ap- pointed.jictins manager and no bet- ter. been selected. Remarkable Yields From Soil: Scientifically Culti- vated and Results Which Any Farmer Could Approximate by Following the Same Wholesome Methods How Different Wheats Compared Crcu views for Hie year at the Ex-i erimental Farm offer some food tor tllcctlon. The oiflcial reports have ,sl heeu comjilc-ted and appear bc- The crops on Irrigated anils yielded the heaviest, and were iown on land that was last rear worked up tbiB spring. The nonirrigalea crops show some fine average- vields. aoi were sown on ummer tallow land which was .back- set last year, the plowing being four or five inches deep. in the irrigated spring wheat, Hcd Fife led in the model rotation plot with a yield of 59.40 bushels per acre which, by the way, is the record for the entire exiierimenla! sowings. Prelude kads in ripening quality but the yield is much lighter than aoj of the other varieties. Huron leads in yield atnong the varieties sown on non-irrigated land, ar.d Prelude, I56F 363-E-l, Yellow Cross ar.ii 83E weri a tie for ripening qualities, Prelud yielding the lowest in the list. Mar quls shows up well in both yield 'an ripening quality. Improved American oats tops the list'tor yield with 132.5 bushels, while rish Victor. 131 I Aug. 1 9721 lanner 115 1 Aug. 4 '06 23 lanlBh Island 123 3 Aug. 5 95 21 Daubeney 102 12 July 2S average for 2 years only. Varieties of oats, non-Irrigated: Yield Date AY. 8 acre ripe years bu Ibs bu.lba 77 22 AUK. 1 I S2 32 Aug. -i 72 6 C7 2 Aug. I S3 28 Aug. G7 13 Aug. I 73 8 73 8 Aug.' 75 8 Aug. 66 32 Aug. 3 03 18 July 30 IH a 63 2-5 63 6 61 M 21 51 25 Irish Victor is a clcss second '_' RUSSIAN -EMPLOYEE OF MEDI- CINE'.HAT HAD LIFE CRUSH ED OUT IN MISHAP Medicine Sept." 15.-A Rus- sian Matschuk was killed to- day .when a cave-In of the water- works trench buried him and scvoca otto workmen. The 'ground in lha! pait was :considertil quite safe and the slide "oi earth, was quilc unei- peeled. Life was.ex-lin'et when he was dug out. Olbefs .were not seriously in- jured. AQ inquest .will be held. 131.1. The highest ylelder in barley.was he Cole variety, It .s tbe litest rlpener, being fully one week behind the All Uie crops one acre' plots, and the of sowing and ripening n're-given in the lists. The Fhowing is rcrj- creditable and serves the 'highest commendation. It alntuly sboft B what Southern Alber- ta soil will do when givea the proper attention. Mr. Fail-field Is well satisfied, tor ttte simple reason that in every case the yields are much shove the aver- age. He deserves great credit for tho remarkable showing, which' will be a big boost for Southern Alberta. Varieties of spring Wheat (irrigat- ed) 1913, sown on April 4: Yield per. Date Av for l acre ripe years bu Ibs bu Ibs 5J Aug. mproved American _. Swedish Llgowo..... Irish Victor Lincoln Danish Island Banner Gold Rain Thousand Dollar...... Daubene-y flarton's Regenerated Abundance 54 ti Aug. S "50 11 average for 2 years only. average or 3 years. Varieties of -barley, six-rowed (irrl'_ gated) 1913, sown April 15: Yield" Date acre years bu Ibs bu Ibs S3 36 Aug. 2 3S 100 30 Aug. 11 V, 93 36 Aug. 4 70 21- 13 Aug. 1 27 91 Aug.. 2 Si 3 Aug. 2' .-_. OS. C July' 30 years only, O.A.C. No. 21. Claude Mauchurian Odessa...... Mansfield ruvinale arer.ise for 15: Date ripe 155 T Marquis...... lied Fife Huron...... Preston Stanley...... Prelude 135 B.. Fdmonloii, Alia., Sept. standing this stringency, the customs pomp ceremony. 1 ou however, v i i, i the first session of the llurd Legislature was openrd this- alter- I noon by His liun Meutcnanl-Oovet- and with the un- ,he increase in buildings ______ _f iiu IMI _( about twenty per cctit. although' the nor Uuiyca, in the prcstnco cf a with which i nvtragc reduction 'of the who'e bill and (ashionable gathering hhifh j an oil-wise Providence eluded the wives of cabinet ministers mcraliers, and prominent fcofl- There pies Is somewhat grealer. On olher products coming Canada the reduction Is fillcen prr from all over Ihs province, cent. Tho problem .which conlro its a number of nolable t has to-re- .vard the labor of our farmers, the carrying out- the necessary road and building, ar.d various -other public works, and it is the. intention (hat thcso works will be catrlcd on with due rejard to the increasing "jiapulation and tho growing 'necessities ol- the Province. The thtai'Agricultural Schools au- thorized b'y.'you have beer, erected (lie of all classes of people in Province are belter than 52 11 Aug. 5 44 37 45 19 Aug. C 43 5C 50 52 643.49 47 Aug. 5 43 13 44 34 Aug. 2 35 36 30 11 July 3 Varieties of spring wheat (non irrigated) 1013, sown Yield Date AT.- 5 acre' ripe years bu IDS bu IDS 195 P 27 30 July 31 "2g 3i 83 J 30 Aug. bobs 33 45 Aug. Huron 40 53 Aug. Red Fife 31 Aug. 'Varieties of (irri-. Swedish nvlnelblc Chevalier Early Chevalier ClIKord 'aero bu Ibs "S4 18 Aug. 5 S3 6 Aug. 10 AY..6Y years bii Ibs'' 60 35 6S 29 July "60 3( CO Aug..; 2 45' 6. average for 6 years, average for 2 years only... Vtrkties of peas, sown -April.S: Date ripe field rcre bu Ibs 49 Aug. 11 37 AMI. I Aug. 19 Aug. 11 Aus. 40 SO Augf. 11 49 "Ail t. 11 42 Aug. 11 47 Aug. 9 52 37 44 Av. 6 .years bu Ib5 44 41 11' -'38 15 37 17- 36 38 33 IS 22 23 iS 2' 2S 23 ES 1 27 5 '27 19 '27 11 27" 4 27 '26 20 f and will, ivilhin" a short time, be in everjaclual operation, and I will iC of great- in .11 be pleased to know i" VOW agricultural intlh- Early lied Fife 27 41 Aug. Early Itusslan 27 30 "Aug. 1'reaton 3d Aug. G K 3 30 53 Aug. Stanley 32 El. 25 41 July 31 Zi'41 .Marquis 29 Aug. 5 25 2 S3 E 25 30 July 31 Kubanka 22 Aug. 7 50 19. ,1'ily" 31 25 12 ID July 31 '15. 8 average for 2 years only. Varieties of ouls, (irrigated) 1913, Paragon Arthur..... Mackay Prince..... English drey. Plcton Golden Vine'. Blue Chancellor White Marrowfat ..27 30 Aug. 1L V- average for 2 years only. averase for 6 yeara.' Varieties of (non- 1513, sown April 15: Yield; AT. 6 acre ripe bn Ibs bu Tos <0 Aug. 6 25 22 40 Aug. 4 "35 IS 40 Aug. 4 33 10 35 Aug. 4 29 23 36 July 3tf 21 32 24 Aug. i 89'-- O.A.C. No. 21. 35 July 28 average for 2 years only. average for 3 years. Two-rowed barley, 1913, sown April 15: Yield AT. 6' acre rips ba Ibs Claude..... Odessa Mansfield Girymale Manchurlan- nill he given to customs col--up in bonded warehouses lor Mr. Kpcnlicr and ftcntlonicn ot 'teclors on tho Canadian border and ir anticipation cl the low Asscmlly: ifirlous ports ol the United Sta'.ci ratts and there will .to n raco fo put It jives great pleisurc to wcl- o readjust the system ot collections (hr, jonds through the c.ustmr.s lions- cntnp you to the Kinl Session- ol to the new law. As soon as Wilson cs fake aitvanlaje o! Ihe first iJc- the Third Legislature of Ihe t' jlsns the bill, treasury depart- low ptlted lotclgn jrooris: ol Alherta. neiit. wire collectors on the administration [eslurfs of the With the more adeiuato reprfsrnli- the new TatM on Canadian aho been changed, neccssi- tion of Ihe electorate o I this Prov- [orls with Instructions lot applying talir.g a new Ur.e procedure in incc, in-your Asscmhly, which you he new valorem instances. now have, 1 fed sure that every pot- within a lew tours'the linder- (t, he dllUcult cnoi'gh lor col- sion of Ihc country, w'll IK! Winnipeg, Sept. iG.r-No motion pic- lectors and employee If the hCTCrit ol four or oulol the ood-aimmots act will replace ......_ __________ ajne-Aldtleh act. goes into elTccI, which w'll [the 31 Since Ihe prorogation ol ContWmble trouble la expected by hours ol Sund.iy loir preparation, but Korjth -Session nl Iho Kccotd rllectorsdn rradjiistlng the adrain- it ivill bo infinitely1, worse II the Mil laluic ol your AKScmhly, the people becomes elieclivc on my other itoyicf the Province of cptn- Jtrallvc festurfa ss well ac Hies. There.has hern a change In 'Jc rate! ol nearly crerr Cnnidim coming into, the" Unilsil ukl. The general reduction OD of Ihe Keck. Hlrons pressure Is with (tie whole civilized world, therefore being brought to beat, on-have fell tho strain ol a fm- oonfrC55.lo IMS the tilll. so .Ihs pic-janciat-dcnrcnlr'ti, ivhifh I am pleas- sWent may sisn it Saturday. If, can bo shown In Winnipeg. The civic license coramltlee aaw films de- picting Thaw's lite In jail at brook, One., and while there no Impropriety In the pictures themselves they1 derided any depletion of fio no- torlou'j. a character ai Thaw was na- from olhe'r 1'rnvinccs and many stalcs wa Credit. -A final ol all V, JS will he.held laler and it Thaw, with hla cuslodl.nj and i mat the report-when "t contending lawyers, left may be Of assUUnce fo the agticul-iWO o'clock tils morning for lural Interesis 'lon' N' to ln I ree'rc't fo say Federal'Stales district court, .it, .tha Oovcrnrnetitibaa not-'as yet taken .corpus proceedings brbughl to chect an, sltpsjn "to placing the mate any allerapt lo rush hlm.btck Prairie Provinces in Ihe same posl- York. ed to say la iww Notwitti- desirable. AFTER HIGHER KO.ORS the Uotni'niotil -Jlf (iovernmtnt is I Angelca, I o) (he opinion that.only by equality1 sis 16 terms can the liuc spliit ol-Confederation be carried out, io'diWiirconflniJo to maintain (Contiaued ,an; page J. Heney, San Francisco graft prose- cutor, announced his candidacy for United Slates senator (o lucceed O. C. Perkins, .whose lerni ex- olres March 4, 1415. ON1CK Medicine Hal, Sept. 16.-Pionrpt action ot a rancher's wife, Mrs. Carr tf't, saved Jotn Nls (com a horribb death. He was