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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridffc. Thursdny, Augiist Number BRITAIN IS IN OF 5 For'its Keep the Battle Ships Manned 1 Even Now article print- hi the London Dally Kxnresy yesler day, affirming (hat-Gei-ninny is secret- ly building nine iic'w'balllcslilijs la ru- KP.rdcd Hei-luusly' by Admlnil Lord Charles Beresford, as IB evIdeiu-eU by JL letter to the editor of tluii' paper printed this rnqi-hlug. Jli> s'aj's: "Sir: Our position IB much more than Uie First Lcsrd of lliu Admiral (y Churchill) dare confess. H-e cnnnot find crews for additional hatlloshijia; lliere arc 'chough men .for Hclivu ser- vice In Uie The First lord's oil (he suhjecl urc imolher. ''On.Juiie Jj last, he infcnnetl nit-, In. answer lo .1 iiiieslion, that there ivns a deficiency in tlie navy's piirsou- nel .on of men. On July 22 following be told the House of. Commons Iliac we slimed 2.0011 He ig now trying lo' recruit men year.- IL is exceeding- ly' doubtful1 ho can Ret them, but if lie does, and if lie. was Bpeaking the mi Hi on July I'l, and another thing on June II. the actual 'increase will be only and these cannot be sent 10 tiic "fleet' until they are trained. "H. is to build ships without cni oriiiii men, but that is exactly what, Ims been done for the past fiovon ynars." The .results are collosul expenditure, ;'a lurgs collection ot empty ships, and the immediate men- ace of and increasing danger. "Thpi'e. 13 one-J.hin.5 which vcan be done liy nreana_o.f .suspending Uie F.Riu and hy using all l.he me ii that is 10 man the fleet, amh'dq'lt'now.l1 GHARSEDflTH VtAUSING RIOT SOCIALIST ORATOR SUMMONED COURT AT PORT ArfTHUR Port Ont'., Aug. Madison Hicks, the Socialist orator, IVho since his exploits in .Australia, heard, in, several parts- of C.inuda, is summoned to appear in R police court tomorrow forenoon on a charge 'of creating a tiunultiuis assembly. The case' rests upon the demonstrations' of -liist Monday even- ing, the time of the. riots by strik- ing coal handlers on tlic Canadian Northern. The charge is laid by 3ci- geant Bnrleigh, acting bead of the city .police- PREMIER BORDEN SAYS CANADA IS GOING TO LEAD M WAY! ANOTHER HEAD- 'FALLS Otln'wa, July superintendent of Dominion .ParkB, since .April I, luis been dismissed on the ground of offensive partis- anship. "Jlie were In Edmonton! 'No successor -.haa as yei -bflcu appointed. WERE 297 DEATHS FROM THE PLAGUE Canadian Prime Minister Makes Eloquent Speech at London Banquet-Pays High Tribute to Canadian High Commissioner -1- CANADA WILL-ALWAYS BE OPTIMISTIC Amoy, China; fewer of deaths-koni bubonic plague deaths from cholera were rc- ibrtcd lo ihe' authorities in" tlic city during the three mouths c-nding July- 3Ist. Sir Donald Mann, who commands the great construction army of the Canadian 'Northern Railway. Beginning In an obscure way as a suh-contractor on the Canadian Pacifiic with nothing ;but a; limited credit to go on, he become one of the great figures in the railroad world. Besides being the head, of work of the C. N. Ft., he has constructed the Canadian'Pacific ahort line through plant-at Niagara, and various railways in Sou.h America. His programme for thla year calls for the construction miles of road. RAILROAD MEN WILL GIVE HEP f fTCHING "HOBO" Mounted Police; Deceive Description of Fellow Who hiclf Killed C. P. R. Brakeman of Calgary. Tlie. Mounted PoIit'iT-Here "IT: j'oiV--' iiL-dtrtM: qt-Jtoy-1 Blair, THE AMBASSADOR RETAINS POSITION MR. .BRYCE ,'VVIUL RETURN TO .WASHINGTON, D.C., EARLY 1 IN SEPTEMBER London, Aug. today in Hhr, House of Commons hy Sir Cle- ment Kjiilouh Griokc, whclher the. rt- of -Jauies Bryce, Hritisli nmbassador Unilcil Sialcs, was wht-Lher his sue- rcssor.had been .apiioinLed, Sir I-id- Grey, secretary of slntt; for foreign affairs, ".Mr. Brycc IK rcuinung tti "'Washington varly to jiitsumc his work there ns GREAT WE'LCOMC' IfO'THE EXPLORERS Copenhagen, Aug. Captain En- nnr MikklcfiOPi' (he Dnnis'li Arctic ex plovev> and Ivcrson, nc criiipniiied him, hoth of whom were rescuer] on -17 last, on Ihc coast. of Grcenlnnd-i hy a Norwegian flsli- ing veHSRl, aa-rfverl here lotlay, and wore greet Pdi'al. 'wharf by an enor- mous-crowd. Captain J.lllkklceon nndr Tvcrnon Intc this afternoon, re- ceived by Wing Frederick a I. Ihc jial- flrp, when .Majesty conferred a gold merlnl ion cscli of them, BABSAIMO PROGRESSIVE -IldBsano, duly W.-rOn Alondny.-tlic dllzuiis 'of jBaHflano', ,AHa., cast their Titles'In fuwfr or the InHlallatlon of wn Jcr and ;ie.'niftrnfffi fi'sicnis, (he vote find TVagnhiit, out, iniiL-dtrtM: qt-Jtoy-1 Blair, at iMorlcy iiic'-otlier day 'by who happened, to: he 'stealing a .ride." Blair liTctl for nfter the shooting, hat succumljcd in IJanl! lios-r pi Lai late last night. Tlie description of Lhp muvdc'rer is ;is follows Dick Lyons, alias y, alias Shorty, aged years; clean shaven, height 5 feel- 3 inches, J.'iO His-, light hair, parted in- centre, rert fiicc, scnr on inside ,of. left; leg j inches long, wearing nearly new brown elothes, hluck soft felt '..hat, bhick shirt, hlut handkerchief around j his neck, black button shoes.... j The companion ol the hobo' who dirt the shooting, has been cnptiUTRd and is being hulil by Llic police at Can? more. IL is believed that flair's ii.unlcrer has taken' lo the 'foothills and thnl his captnrc'is only a 'matter of a few hours. The Mounted Police arc now actively engaged1 scouring, the sur- rounding country. The opinion expressed, ;il- the Mounted headquarters -today is ihut Uie capture of ..'the munlcrec ought, lo he -greatly' facilitated by reason of the fact that the, victim was a which jxiheans Lliat every trajn cnrefull.y by rajlroad men. Great Is On iVInrlcy, Alia.. Aug. With e.v- pcrL (.ndian trackers, and mounted po- lice on the trail' of IJjck Lyons, the vngraut giinmnn who ninrdcru.l Urakcman llov Ulair, on Tuesday niplil, the greatest nianjiunt in the history of Alherla is now under-way the wild and desolate foothill .shot ;uns arid if the limited maji shows- he has small chance' of getting out alive. A dozen vags were arrest- ed main line points be- tween Calgary ami hu.t none of them answered the description "oi the prisoner' as given by his pal SOH, who. was brought here front Can-.. more, where he captured. .iVc- cording to I.awson, Lyons has sever-. l aliases. He is a Boer war veteran and has also served in India. He al- iemted camp with a sqiindron of the Eighteenth Mounted Rifles, of Winni- peg, this .summer, Laivson says, and an experienced soldier, For reason he has a first class knowledge- of the use of fire arms and is not ux- HE GOES TO LONDON July Mc- who. succeedcil SIT -T. Ward as Premier" of'Ne'is': Zealand in May, been appointed High ComnilsBlon- cr in Dominion. Loudon, Aug. IJOrdcn and his colleagues .were guesls at luncheon today .in thu- .hall. OL (he Merchant Taylors company, of.the Canada club, Lord .Svratli'coiia pre- siding over- a large'-eatberiiiR very i fairly representative'of the financial thn" toast of his health -Jlic Canadian pre- mier oprncd with a warm Lord Straihcoua, than when' no man in the empire was a greater'imperial ligurc, or bad been more closely as- sociated with, the .growth'and de- velopment of Canada. "In the old days before cnriCcdera- went on Mr. Bordcn, "the. sit- uation was such we Canadians of today can hardly realize its difli- TAFT Aug. Prefllrfenf, formally Ti.otifietl- today of -.his nomina- j lion- by '.the.. National-. Republi- 'can 'convention at Chicago hi' Sehalpl- ;jDlilni Root, chairman ot V IRON WORKS COMPANY LINED pected to surrender without to the finish. a fight country- surrounding Ibis .point) f.ale last night- Uie.. posse believed Ihcy had thrir man surrounded in a dense thicket along the How River a lev iiulrs oi low if. o( a. while man were found on the Siony resrrvn in a place seldom, if ever, go. 'Following- these liir red in (Mi discovered .thai the niun Lliey were following bad .taken ofi his shnrs and walked along, in. his bare isel ;IK if 1o throw pursuers off the seen I. The wood is now surrounded .ind 11m posse has decided to starve liuir man mil.- They arc being sup- plied with lirub and are' ready for .1 long siege. All roads and bridges clusjly patrolled and unless tlic fugitive jrot -from the vicinity on Ihc of the crinji; he liltlr cfiance of csfapu. The posse, which hiintiiig Lyons is armed u_ Uie WHO SHOT ROY BLAIR? Aug.. Roy filair IE dead In jjanff hos- pital. The gunman w.ho shot- hlm- Is still free, 'though the. country ia being searched by many parties. The C. P. R. "JB most anxious to' capture the man 'who has killed their em- ploye, while standing In the of a refrigerator car at Morley. EXTRAORDINARY .rpRECAUTIONB TO PREVENT RIOTS AMONG' LONDON precau- tions Tyer'c-lakcit- today to prevent a repetition-, QI yesterday's in the neighborhood of the London docks.. Large Sorces 61 mounted and loot police'-'were detailed early to- ,day to occupy strategic points near the flock .gates and all men. entering the before' Unimportant fights took place between .unionist and non-unionist la- ami a. few arrests .The .unionist laborers .are rapidly taking tlie-placcs of the lab-' orers .who worked through thc-ten weeks' sl-fike. clocks were searched [or weapons- Mvere allowed to proceed; A8K. QUEBEC TO DIVULGE SEEK INDUSTRIAL SITE Would Greatly Increase Size of. Foundry" Want City to Grant Certain Concessions With Five f Acre Site That the :Lcthhtidgc Iron Works Co., Ltd., spring remove .their whole situated'' on tirst S to the indnstrial'siles purchased ihe in iDIO'fiom the A. 1-, was the1" information 'the Herald today ironi G. H. Ihc company Coincident, wilh the innvihg ol the plant, and 'the crcctiuu oi a fine lot o[ new Buildings on the hew site, the companv 'will greatly enlarge the size ami capacity nf the anil LeUi- bridge able to boast of one ol1- the finest loundries. west of Win- nipeg. All the details of the change have not yet been Mr. gratb stated today' that :the compan n site on .the Mand'purcliastd the city as' an industrial centre, if theii request is Considered, he thought there .wns not the leas.t doubt, about the company carrying Us present-plans through In fact he 'sa'fd lliat it was pbuoluLelv impera- tive that 'have more rodhi ns l-Iicy'are so-overcrowded now--'Ilmt'it is almost impossible to handle the immense Volume of .business, pouring in un them from'every' sec-. lion uf the country. First Industry .on 'City Sites The rcn.'uval of the Iron- Works from its original location, to .the sites bought- by the city for just such couccuis'will mark the establishment of the first industry in tlie.'lndustriul centre, and il is believed that It will at once apply to the city [orjalso niQrk ol the bniltling oi a liive of industry in that CURED, OF -CANCER Berlin, Aug. l.-rDr. Adolf Zeeler, liais presented before a conference of physicians, Cort3'- SECRETJ? four patients whom he rteclar- portion ol the city. Strange as it. may seem, the first eligible npplica- lion for an site, rn- J.-ccii-ed hy the city will he from one oE oldest and most reliable indus- tries in the city, and the of .Que- bec has been receiving many inquiries from .-other cliies, notably Montreal, Toronto! and Sh'erbrooke, asking Jiow it IB thai-.Quebec can borrow money I-fliidon at 3% per cent.; while It coits and even 4% per wnt, citizens have seen grow by leaps and. eel he lifld already cured or cau- {bounds, kneuiiiF time with the-growth. cer without operating. Ten of (of. the city and district in other di- rections. tlie original fifty-seven arc still under treatment, and only three have died, The method of not. yet been divulged. Concessions Asked For It is umk-rstond that the .company will apply for a live-acre DR. RUTHERFORD HAS JOINED THE C. P. R. FORCES Einiiieiil Veterinarian AVil] Have Chiirg-c, of llraiirli in (ioii with (he Department, of IleNoniros for (lie C.-P.-Hv Tlic reason for Dr. Ruthon'onl's re- [usal to rccnnsiilcr his rcsigimtion as chief veterinarian' foc (.'nliada is out.. The dodor has half several tempting ofTcrs, one it is said iiom tlic gov.- cnimcnt oi tlir.' United States. It will please Canadians lo learn that this appointment probably means Idnstry in thc-wcsl which has hcen waning during the past'Fen' years. That Dr. Uuthcrford is amply nual- wilier and scivage' rates, 'and ;i fixed as.sessment on liirul value-only For ;i pcrioil of fivp vRiirs. ,'l'lie maiiagciiicnt of Hie Iron Works .belicvrs. thai lhe.y arc asking for nothing which thcciti- I 7cns arc now perlectly willing' t'o [grant, and they believe that the city icouiicil will not liesilale in granting [ request. Thc.iilca of asking for n fi.ved nsseKsinent oir the laud value for five, years is- in line with the in- j1VilS' saVL'cl' The C.f'.R. oflicials had a conference lo the hollom. ivifii western niinislcrs of agriculture and at the cnil 'of Hiat at VTinuipes flic, other day, anil while real vnlue of the was held in secret there is saiil to ;siics nil have hcen nxcd fairly ac- I cullies. Tlic men who undertook tho'. foundation -oi .Canadian lion were possessed of supreme faith; and': courage', irliilc the "work they'ac- complished has" hern justified by'the', marvelous success attending it. "H has seemed to nic that task before the siatesmcn of the mo- ther country and the dominions today.: is on a grander and scale hub has task which, wa-i surm-oimled by the men who laid' the broad, deep ami enduring founda' tious oi Canadian Confederation. "The British'empire'as consvituted: today is a very hold cvpenment in deed, hut nn eKpcvinieut justified by Uie strength of the tics now bindipg togclhcr the mother .country and ey cry dominion across the, seas, .into- one great empire. It is -perfectly, triio tlie organization not be indeed, most of us consider it is-not! ,-.11 that-it might he lor ccriftin pur poses, but Lhe empire unor 5 gnnized in some rcsjiectb is it is to- has, proved ilscJf a mighty force in. the- time of need or danger: .1 not doubt the future -will in that re: ganl fiilly justify Lhe history oE-'the past. "There are nien who. may lie it en for supposing thai- the and rapid of L ana da dining FoiuLcBn or fifteen tliiued on page "TRUSTIES" TO 'f HOLES WILL. BE UTILIZED TO. EXTEND' THE; RURAL LINE TO SU'N- DIAL So greati has been .the success of; using'prison Inbor for i A i Loiisirue tion -in this part oi the.province'-that' the goverimjcnt is turning its .ittcntion to anollier direction .in M'hich to give employment to the in- mates. NeJit.week a large gang of trusties wifl be put -10 digging loles for. the new rural telephone line icing built north of- in -the Sundial and Turin districts. will he handled in the same manner .Hie gangs now working on the roads. BOAT TILTED TWO DROWNED tn' Ihc position of supcrin- (tcndcnt .of.the aniiiTal husbandry ag- yiculliiral branch with headquarters ai Calgary. "Dr. Kullicrforti is one of the fore- i he an announcement, in course of prc- ''likelihood most veterinarians on Ihc American partition inaugurating n grcnt caiif- 'curatcly. coniiiicni.'1' paign lo build'tip the "live stuck in-; MEN WERE CHANGING PLACES AND CAUSED. UPSET WITH c- FATAL RESULTS f jMonl.rnal, lives-'were osi-iu a.ilroivning.accidcnL-on Little ..nkc last night. Josi.-pli Misses, Freil locton .and BL-OUSSLBU o[ this ity, >vcrc. out in-a ,TOK, boal, and vlicfi tlicy ivciiL 'to pHcis tlio loat lipjicd over, and nil .were. [ircci- Uie water. Droseeau uuiaged to cling to. the lioat.niid hut the other went BROCKLEBANK IN FIELD Ki-.thcrford is to remain in Can- Ilhc wmnic.iccinci.t of an Dr. adn. He has accepted H position with lhc Natural Resources, depart- ment of the 1'. R. and today .the following announcement was ollicisilly made hy Mr. Norman Kankin, chiel' publicity man for the company at Calgary .f "In ordri; lo further the inlcrests of iniA'ccl inrmiiif; and aiit in the tie- vclopmenl- of thu live stock inrtustry in Western Canada, the department of nalurnl resourccK of (lie C. aniuniiico (bo uppuiniiurul of Dr. -I. j CJ. Mnlhcrlnnl, (ormeriy iVii'l inarian of Dominion government, campaign In introduce mixed farming on a" more general scale in the wnst. [he meeting of the Citizens' Progressive league, i.liio crop aspirants for mayor of Cal- oi .lhc opinion Bary _fo- has'blossonie.l forth that the company's application for a j urearci- than ever. nre a feu' of sile .nnd rcrlnin concessions would the possible nominees: Aid. H. have In hr siilimitlcd to the ratnpay- j Hroclrlebank. Aid. G. MorfiK, J. i fieri for the big task ahead of him crs for Ihcir sanction Ijrfnrr Iminr; (in- j -MclJonnld, V. TregHlns, Aid. Me- NOT TOO ENTHUSIASTIC Port of Spain. Trinidad, Aug. llrst reciprocity agree- ment with Canada was curried in ilie Legislative coun- cil by JH votes against flye, and hi 'the Chamber of Coin- ancrce .hy a majority of one iliurc is no ilyiihl. .Since he quit tlic Rranti-d, bill sceuctary Tlpbinson political fiolcl and entered, the >n rvicc iJiat, Min !h? of the govmimciitjic noldr. money raiEe.1 for the purchase of work for tlic country .'and il was Ihe Ravp MIR city full with deep. rrjr'rcH" that' lion. Mt. Uur-' aulhorily DoiiKJilI, Coiiiiiiissioiiei S. J, Clarke nud Aid. Saniia. j Aid. UrocMebank ifi out with ihg sduemvui thai he will run. icll parted with his services. Dr.1 Rutherford is an old time west- erner, having lived for years, uliere he entered-politics. He has splendid, organizing genius and C. P. .K: :havo doubtless laid hands on the .qualilied. man in t'anada for the important new posi- tion, lo grant a Kile In any company on whatever Imiis I hey j ricem nccn.ssiiry to pro Ice I HIP intTresls of ihe ,So when the applic.ilinii lirffjrn council, if tbny are .satisfied (hat tin; Iron Works Co. making a Irgiti- r.iulc (hpy will be in-a posi- tfdn- !o jrranl it. .NEW c.p.n. LINE SOON READY Ciilfinry, Aug. thirty days. motl. n new line of the Canadlnii I'uclfic Kailway, hclweun Cnlgnrs ind Hassano, via llcil Deer.anil Edmonton and Hassano will and Iho.lircmler railroad of CuiKdi tanked ar.olhur' o( the ftt MEilcuUunl ;