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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME :VI. Lethbridgt, Alberta. Wednesday, September 17, CENTS Number 235 Canada Has Dumped too Many lloiids on the Englilsh Market THE TARIFF Strongly Opposed to any Reductions and Some Wanted HaUfai, N.S., Sopt. the flrft of the :Lr.nual meeting of the MaDUilicLurcrs' association, teld at the technical college, this monUag, .Mr. ill. S. Gourlay, delivered MB address. in port: "Tbo monoy stringency le a pofcol I perhaps elaborate upon, considering how closely it af- fects U3 all as buEinoES men. have heard a. great deal In late months about the Ughtuws of money tad var- ious theorias have been advanced to account therefore." The German war tax and tt-s Balkan war, prompt- ing as ttiyy dW a concealment ot awerls, no doulrt led to furliitr hoard- ing of gold. Thoao and- such like however, do .cot. to my mind, satisfactorily 'explain y'ie situation iq.far.E5 Cwaada la concerned. Tho BO far as Caiada is concerned. Tbe to tbe situation HE it ap- pears to'mo, lies in tho'fact that Can- ada financing her mpld numerical .growth and development oa bbrrcKi'- ed capital ;r'ln.Lhe ctfort to secure capilal we Have thrown industrial bonds by tho nilHons, municipal dsbcnturea by.the fciis .of rnhlions, rujd railway secitr- ylei.by the hundreds ot millions oa ttQ. tie merliats of .London, 1'aris and .Barlia. In the ufitural -course 'of It could only-bo a matter of time credit abroad would ap- .its this'past year Happened, supplies rare In part shot off, carrying charges had still, to be'met and" result -was tight Good Word for Banks "Sir.co tec commencement of the stringency a good deal of criticism has "been levelled against our banks JOT their alleged failure to provide the funds" necessary for the buelnesE of the.country- lo say that they have refuted to provide money for specul- ative ventures or for tho financing of new enterprises is to that they have choSs-n rather to servo their resources so as to be too better able lo tako care of legitimate calls." "The money tnat is loaned by our banks, on call outside of Canada la another favorite ground of Attack-by (Continued on Page GENTLEMAN ROGER FREE Shwhrooke. Que., Sept. Gent lera an Roger Thompson, the chauffeur who drove Harry K. Thaw away from Matteavran was liberated torHy. The Crown authorities had no evidence to offer ainst him. Sept. eiiffragette arcou early to lay, Iried to burn down I'eiishum Place. historic fourteenth century country seat of Dellsle and Dudley at Tun- bridge, Kent. The inmates ot llic great mansion, and by the framework of a number of vindotvs ablaze. A working party o! house-hold eirirloyees in cxtlcgulsMng llic flames with tiie efficient appp.ra- they jtua on lie women were fleeing across the lawn In trout of the building, and suffrage1.1 G lUcra- Kdinoulon, lure was scattered about the grounds, '-re-clecticn oi Great indignation urerails among the j Phher, as" people. Fisher's Re-Election was Concurred in by Both Political Parlies lla-i 5-cpt. Charits Wellington, ihe Alberta! Sept. L. Brew- tr, a youth whoso home is In Minne- apolis, was sentenced to five years In Bioay Mountain In the police court today for gellicg Ihe house furnish- ings of Rev. W. a Caswell, of Winni- peg, to a second hand dealer while the family was away at Winnipeg TLe pastor had befrieudei Breivcr and taken Into his house after the lad had had trouble with the police. In return nt- stole the fron dcor key and as soon as the IIOUF' was empty started li realize. Harris, the second hand deal d, comts up for trial on Italian's Wife Elopes and Ad- mirer Shoots Her Brother- in-Law Cranbrook, B.C., Sept. shoot- fog affair, In which the Italians of this city were Ihe principals, and which arose out of an attempted elope- ment, cjpcurred at KamparE, ten miles east of. htre last night, and Felice Zappi is in hosi'iital at the point of death from bullet vrouuds In the leg, arm and for which Bruno Gutri 3s responsible.; Lato In tho afternoon of Tuesday. Bruno Cutrl and Mrs. Zappi went by autoniobllo to Rampart, where it was their Intention to await the esatiound passenger, on which tbfiy .would COTI- ilnue their blopnitut to the'States. Her husband and liis brother, Felice Zappi; -heard.of ride, and planned to board tho train hero and onv mecUngl the'couple-a't..Flam- pan and endeavor lopc'rscaSe the wo- man to return to Chief Daw.advised against he would have the'con- stable at Wardner "make the "arrest as tho train reached that point, and the elopers would be brought back on the next train. This wao to the jilted husband, but his, brother Felice and Sari Barteni would- no! listen, and boarded the train, and iricl the couple. Whllo wore reason ing with them, the train pulled out leaving all on the platform. Cutrl nr.t Xappi walked away'a little distance.i- argue tbe matter. The latter exclaim ed that his" husband of the runaway woman had Just a'few.wceki before advanced to bring tiii bride from Italy, and that raone> would have to bo returned'before thi woman could go. Outri.pald over th' dollars, whereupon'Zappl in slstcd that tboy Tetum to .Cranbroo and obtain tho husband's consent be- POOT SLIPPED BADGER HOLE WHILE HE WAS ON THRESHER Mugralh, This morning Ainos Pqtcrflon, a well known grain and live-stock farmer of this dis- trict suffcrwl a most painful accident and one which will confine him toiiis home for several He a vMcr -tank [iom ihe was well GENERAL 3. J. TRACY' f.i_ the ago ,of 36 retatneil' Vy Sovernor 'Sulzer to defend him atjthe' coming impeachment trial. He'was once Secretary to the Treasury Oe- pariment. j Legislature, was or.e ol ihe most io- fcaturcs ot U.e iTocteiin.rs of today's oprnlng ol sts-j sign ut the third, legislative aK5em- bly. i Mr. Kistct's notninalion as speak- er was nioved bv premier Sittnn, and stcuudcii by ll.c'llon. C. H. Mitchell, r.nther oi'v.'honi spoit to the mo- tion- The words oi re- ;gaidiug Mr. Fisher's services to the bouse came Irom-tlic of ihe 1 Kdward ivlio paid a gc'acetul tribute lo Mr. Fish- er. Mr. Michcnor said that the re-elec- lion of Mr. Fisher'rnswcd to tbe op- position as" patt oi the l.ouse Ihe j same Jairness that thej had experienced from him iir.ce the! t first Alherla met. There was not w h ich took before the bar of a Ulgnl- fied court of honor. F. J. Lahl Snys There Is Not Anything lo Teed Stock With JUGJ.lil LTKKS ALBERTA I'ccplc Would in Hapidly if They Could Sell Out DESPITE ALL STORIES PREVIOUS- LY HANDED OUT LINE IS NOT READY AHhough the continued good yrea- thcr promises to beat the new Lelh- and Sulfield branches out of haulir.g a great deal of the grnin in the districts served by this year, good progress is made-on the lines, and the farmers fore the woman could go. Cutrl then are eagerly awaiting some word "as shot Znpni without even, taking ihe to when the construction department pistol out of his pocket and as the [will turn the branches over lo Ihe latter ran shot him twice more, a (Operating department. This is. truo fourth bullet goiog wild. especially at Hetlnw, where there is Later in the night the constable at I a sood crop. Hugh Taylor, who vyas granted.leave for first reading .cnfilled, "An 'act re the.' administration ol oaths of olfiee fbr-'persfins appointed justices oi the peace." The second reading will be given to the bill'next Tuesday.- The premier care notice of ap- pointment .of the following standing committees Privileges and election railways, miscellaneous and rti standing public counts, printing, municipal Iavv> loga bills, agriculture, and colonization. The following committee was nam id by the premier to select the eom- losition of committees Premier Sif- :on, Hon. C. Tt. Mitchell, Hon. J. H. 3oyle, A. J. McLean, Messrs. Jamphell, (ilcndenning, Sllchener, -loadley and Twcedie. Warducr sighted the eloper, who was now escaping alone, and each emptied his revolver at the other, hut'wlthout effect- stated that tlie district yestciday is laid tor-twin- READY Toronto. TO HANDLE GRAIN SeM. of the T. N. 0. Railway Bay today prciiar- ations have been -completed for ilio tj- miles west of (he How Klver.'and the smoltc ol the coulrl he sern rnsily from Hetliw. There will be no elevator at Rellaw (liis year, but arrangements are hc- inx marie to instal a machine lor "the convcn'encc of Ihe farmers. At Skifi the farmers are anxious. to the thrcsblng machine, stepping from "the vehicle to the ground his' foot slipped in -a badger hole spraining hla tinkle very badly. Ke WM brought to town, where it was -treated by a physician. Mr. Pet- erson was in Ihe idst of Ws hnrveat- Ing and the accident Is Ifaerclore dou- My regrettable. tranaporiatlon of grain and" 'jthcr .The construction department is goods lo bo shipped "on this toad senlio trains through I.cihbridge will catch the eyt ol every man vho coines up from ttr- L'nited Slates duting the neit low weeks looking lor the right country to locate in because oi its said Krank J. l.ahl. capitalist and investor ot Monmouth, 111., who.stop- pcd at the Alexandra hotel yesterday and paid a visit to his Monmouth Big Delegation Ha5 Support of ranch of five sections in township rl 7-13, some 17 mile? southeast ot Grassy Lake. "The sight of gardens oa the 15th ot September, with their flowers in full bloom, grass fine and green, and the bright sunshine, dispels tbe glcom from thos; who have sufirred severe losses through drouth in Kansas, Iowa and Hon. Frank Oliver and A. G. Mackay Edmonton, SepL Athabasca citizens arc very anilous that ;he Al- and Great Railway states- 1 got orT the train Monday should be built as a continuation of [afternoon, and beheld the gardens, I" the Caudlen Xorthcrn line to Alba- I marvelled at HIE changes since last I basca Landing. In the original cbar- Ihe A. G. line was'merely s here, two years ago, and it my pocket bulge as I' thought ot en .nvcstment I inaiie in this country when last ot'five secMor.s ot land out Grassy Lake way- I -had with me two aciiualntacces who came WILL-RULE ALBANIA Pritie'e" William o! who" ha been designated to rule Albanl; JEONl HAS DECREASED SOME BUT GREATLY IN EXCESS OF LAST YEAR ordered to rim from Edmonton to j Fort .McMurrav, and as planned would Athabasca Landing, going about thh-ty miles east of tho town, and striking Athabasca River at Point, (hrou.srh uilh'me Kansas, and the river, after ruuclng east-; having lost by the erly from Athabasca, turns dry winds and drouth, svere loath to H From thence the line .would follow aa j helicvc half I had v told -that almost direct route to'Moiiiirray. I Alberta was a great gri-zing The of Athabasca Landing ar.d was one of the greatest grain- feel tbat If tbe road were built ne-1 producing countries as well. ecrding to the original plan, the. fm-1 "That garden is worth more, to porUnce of Alt! abasia-Landing other, one thing, trade centre for might Be or. perhaps.a dqzsn. .11 is a natural, mlblmized, ahd they contend thit.tb'e'. Invitn't'pri to.a stranjer to slavhsre: lofdca! route "is to cbatSnue' thi and lo'C2ie..in .this section .of from Athabasca Landing. I country... Dut. heliind.lt js.the won- IleprcEenlationE to tnc government.! derlul crops of the country. I went In Ibis cou-.-so having been made by-; 'o Grassy Lake, and down, Hon. Frani Oliver ard Hon. A. C. Me-.; south nearly to Stifi, a station on Kav the member for Athabasca, a del- tta Weybura line, and I saw: esat'lon of fitly members of the Atli- [crops that would make the mouth ot'-. Board ot Trade will wall upon every Knnsan water, and what is more, it has Illinois siltmg up. and taking notice. Tlie hay crop ij a mar-..' vel to have through.a very dry summer. Why after .the' Oraloiical Battle on the Speech From Throne Starts at Edmonton that from the 0. T. I'., en route from the jpiare, arid theie is no doubt I'ore- tvesttrn ports. most will he reached wilh the steel Premier Sifton lo for road .c heing constructed frohi Athabasca, land work commenced as soon as pos- sible. From ihe fact that no reference U made to the A. 0. road in the" King's speech, it Is thought that After a summer which tested the government is not ready to announce ol the waterworks plans for tho construction oi as [ast a -erj thoroughly, the strain on Ihejinc _____ c gcltfn in to haui average pumped daily I gallons less thin Wll I igo. However, the water II ILL plant is'-bcglnmng-fo ease up what, the a being over month agi consumption in tlie eity is much ;realer than it was a year This may be because lawns are tein? wa- tered, later in the'seasun than in prc- fious years, but the .number o! house connections has also increased. Figures-prepared by the city engi- neering departmtiit rhow the increase in consumption over last year. In August fot this year gal- lons in all )vere pumped or drouth the wind caina alotiz, hot and dry and it blew all there left'.; on the fare of the earth every V spear of grass, and the farmers had to ship their live stock oft to Kansas' as trains them. (Continued on page i" U.S. BATTLESHIPS WILL REMAIN IN MEXICAN WATfch.S DE- SPITE HUERTA'S HNT Washington. D.C., Sept. RELIEF PARTY UNABLE TO FIND TRACE OF BOUNDARY WORK- ING PARTY daily. Last year for the same month can bidleshlps probably will remain the total was gallons Kalers, despite General daily. .The increase 'WsiHuerta's declaration that they will be year is gallons daily. In July ol this year a total of gal- lor.s were pumped as against unwelcome after another month. There was rio official expression of this government's attitude today, iut 000 last_jear. This is an increase wos lodlcaled that the Ua- nearly cent. lied Slates will keep Its vessels off lidmonlftn, Alta., p( At present it dora not appear that Metlcnn eoast and Atlantic anything will be- ia maKe the ]ong as Insecur. afternoon in the Alberta hovsc 17-T.W'- Plant more emdent this y.ar. at 211 early date, bul, "at present' Oariepy, the ever, Ih's department is gathering dti-1 anrt during the winter a plan will I 0, American, WANTS JOE FOR CHIEF Jlr. A. Ott is circulating a pe- lilion asnlng the city council to ap- voint Mr. J. Oillespie as chief of po- lice. there is no freight service, and larm- .Canadian tiarrislcc representing liea- fce and.il money is available -in STILL AFTER OTES1 .SCALP crs selling their wheat are hauling vex'TUvcr, moved.-llw'ad.lwss "in the spring, it he the Crow lir.c. THr-v n firn life of General Harrison Gray Otis Associate -Ho; matter up the C.lMi. fiiD crmjuiiy II i freight ser- vice as soon as possible. il long "distances to points on the pjy to the from the throne; work ur.flrrlakcn They supgosl, th.nt (ho was seconded by C. S. Pinglc, I Kewnt fire tests have wnls of Traile U.c Medicine Hat- 'pressure much more.'sLitisI; f-os Angeles, Is being made by i I an Frederidon, N'.B., Sept. r This morninB a reporter talked to Frank Qregorr, formerly of this IJuJBe Orcsory over tho tcltphonc, and city, but of Into years a resident of Vlciorla, D.C., and a. Judge, of the Brl- ttah CoInmMt Supreme Court, and Lao Tliornpson, daughter of F. C. Thompson, of this city, wero mar- fled hero last Sunday afternoon. Tho took place at tho" Methodist the ceremony bcina? per- form'ed by the Plev. Nell McLiushlln, (ho pistor of Frederfclon Methodist church, and .only tho nncessary wit- told him that requests for Informaliou as lo tho wedding- made 16 Miss Thompson had all been referred to him. "Well. 1 don't like "the publicity that goes with these thines. but I suppose j on might as well know about It now [clliu.5? ln railway Mi. Oariepy spoke ol ihe principle it was a: month' or two ago. of iyibecalisni and refer- red lo Ihe. It-adrr ol the opposition as U.c I'au1 of the Tory party in Algeria anrt lo the member for Mac- leod as Ihsir master of ceremonies, anJ held the hope for their con- version to Literal He said the govcrntnent had sp.ired no effocfc to unUe in vtit iuliO iuuy thy differ- ent nationalities composing pop- office inspectors. Ketchikan, Alaska, Sept aunch Rough Kider, which was sent out Saturday to give assistance to the Canadian boundary surveyors whose camp was overwhelmed by a landslide, returned yesterday having been un- able to find the bodies of C, D. RoV erU and Harry Tlodt, who are believed to have teen killed in the slide. TCic relief party was unable to find any trace of tho camp. The Elide came, from 1000 feet up the mountain side .and in the widest' part was 000 feet .wide and from 25 to 30 feel deep. H la believed the bodice of the missing survty6rs are buried under .the mass ol rock and gravel. By next spring l.cthbridge wil' have 'hut along with it 'botlom that promises do sorne- as any other (he judge. were msrrlfld on Sunday after- noon last, at the Methodist parsonage, very q ly. There was nobody lire- sent except the ncccb'znry witncfiflps" required by law wtvo prer.cnt. Thla aftcrnnon a recopflon is iNo announrcment of the weJdlng was :hcW, and'.ltnlse Gregorj' or.d his wlfo -made, In fact, nothing was known ab- jwlll leave hler (Ms'evening for their Sul 11 unlll today, items fa ViolOTlo. Medtcluc Hnt. Scot- llrown ititrodticcd a motion to the council hat tho city take advantage of the commission's city to biilld order which allows a nt Tororito slrect Instead of Esplanade If 'Jhe city bcara the whole exprnac. "If ths .snhway Is bufll-on Majjliinado the C. H. bears a portion of '.'ID, Mpcnse, The city council .de- cided to ,a proprnm of 1914 work beforo the closd of the year and gel the necessary bylaws passed. for since Ms pared (or sljnatutt honest, consideration in having fsfalj- lishcd dci.ionslration Ifitins, dHorded bctlcr transportation facilities, tele- phone lines, and collapEC in .OaVland.1 Keptemlcr 9, to liotri tl.c cle- ;prJpcLV''' man po.tm 5 2- a nuictet portion city. Ilewas'thcir Ijrpr in leosir.g .the ttarts hc-j taken to the residence of Assistant, lonjinr, to the city. cnly Mei to start Irbfc pet (Coatfntied oa the lea :h Rental tl.CQ ;