Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume V, Letkbridge, Alberta, Monday, August Number 2W> ONE ALDERMAN INCLINED I TO A JUDICIAL INQUIRY Aid. Williamson Seems To.'.Think'It Is The Best Way PREPARING CASES 'Suspended Members Of Force Have Engaged Counsel That the oily coirndl may ylt as police commit lee tins afternoon terta. The city band will be In 'at- tendance, and will from the Hudson's Bay corner at 7.30 o'clock. Uayor President Cunning jam, of the.Board of Trade, will like- y be in Attendance, and will have-it place with the ipeakers on the plat- 'orm Students Move On WILL LIKELY SELL CITY BOND ISSUE Not Likely To Get More Than 96 at Five Per Cent iiiattor "wh" Dim bo wns afeo in- ,refused -to, say very, much either. he did sav led the Herald reporter to believe that he' was in favor of au investigation by OUdge If the investigation is held bj a findge he submit his find ngs ni to us.. Oa those.findings we tehould" at oiice be able to decide on It ii likely that the, city will sell bond issue this after- OTTAWA A DANGER SPOT noon., A meeting oi theTmancu.com- j mittec of ibc council ;will be held in the Mayor's office scmie lime during the afternoon when it is expected transaction wit! be completed, and tho vull hue funds Once Ottawa, Aug. Ottawa Journal declares that a move- ment is on foot among a num- ber of influential members to ask the government to hold Parliament in some other city thun Ottawa this winter, owing to the typhoid epidemic. Toronto or Winnipeg Is sug- g-asted. The Journal says.that a round robin is being cirmilat- ed at the present time. Jivhat course to follow in regard to .the men suspended.-' It would certain- ly council of a-great load placing the. blame, if there is any, the right quarters, and I believe 31 would be more satisfactory to the general" public. All three of the .deposed members of the force were about- the city hallj today. None of them are saying very 4s credit be put back on a solid footing borne lime ago it was reported that fit titv was in a bad lor ,t funds, and that the nan'ts were nom, 'too anuous td cdfi-j thferii oversow fug to the noi sale of the bonds, and tlie tate of the bond market ever, a tempoiai) iiiangement was made with the banks ind. the cilj In Grades ten nine -at the; indicated werbV V' L'EtHBIJjOGE James 11; Me- F.; Tackaberry, LoiB M. Grade Marguerite L.; Johnson, -Henry' 'Clarence H.-; Xeeland, Wal- ter; Redmond, Vernon A.; Schweitzer, HtryiyV Wallace, Harvey L; Joan, CARDSTON Grade Ivy. Merlin; Hodg- son, Itosa; -j MAGRATH Grade Council Jas. r, RAYMOND Charles K. Grade Clare And- erson, Verna E.. j MACLEOD Leslie; Gar- diner, Bessie; 'Harner, UaTijara; Mc- Harold, PINCHER CREEK Grade Agnes Alatide; Sharn> lean K Sftecnvvi.sh, Mary K Uright Uovd H Wright, .Mar Jorj L t COLEMAN Grade Margaret Ca ROOSEVELT IS DICTATOR OF NEW PROGRESSIVE PLATFORM PER ACREWAS e, .AVitliam -Hugh. TAttB rBeniMti, Archie; Bul- Grade Tei lock. John.T.; Douglass. Ma-bel Irene. Grade. 'Grace H. T.; Davis, Grace L. GRANUM Grade Phoebe .Dlxon. Oiive Edna; Mic- lachlan. Matheson, Ca tuaryn L; A. CLARE8HOLM Grade AVI 111 am C. AIoKmnev James AV 0 Grade .Sylvan knight, kthehn f STAVELEY Grade George W NANTON Grade-" Otwell E. Buike Sadfe V Marshall, Alice b AYatkins'Ira E. "or Property About Hen- derson Park Sold Recently The Herald on Saturday reported extensive, dealings in real estate around Henderson .park.' It seems, however, that the deals were just .is large again as reported. 'The Herald reported 31 and 35 by Mr." Uounan to Mil-ford it Co. and part of 19 by James Price ot Clareshohn, to firm. Jt scerifs. thai the adjoining fifteen acres comprising 20 and 21 have also been an outside syndicate Witli one prominent local man in ifc being tbe buyevs. All this proppitj iold at aiout an acie The sale :of Lvmamlale' .to a srndi- I cate by 31 it Tori! sold'for well on 52000, the price publish- ed being a mistake, it bcins intended J to rend l It is undccstooit that the purchases b'v the Mitfords and.the outside syn- dicate about cleans up. all the perty adjoining Lakeside. Declares They Must Accept His Ideas, Even If They Are Anarchistic, or He Will Not Be Content--Colonel'' Reaches Chicago Convention LEADERS PREDICT TAFT'S DEFEAT Convention Hall, Chicago, 111., Aug. j tional Republican conventions, vvould was evidence early today lie: attended by avgreat burst of en- thai the launching of' the National Progressive party at noon in: the Ing Coliseum, long the home ot the Nra- has heen able to keep its bills paid up fairly well. However; there is still tional Prohibition party and making the pl.itioim the bueicst sort of doc- ument containing advanced declara- tion of principles in tabloid loid oi all rhetorical Col Roosevelt's ev mav all oi this for.' his "confession of iaith" which lie' saj Lntust bfr-accepted m all essential details, LS pubhch reported to ta.n mote than wonls l There appears to be no question among tlie riclcgatcb that Col velt would get f he at-tlieir hands His nomination hash been depended upon fo gne the partv an auspicious start and if dcsues to run on a platform based on the which he asserts may be termed as the pto- greshives hcie are more anxious to give it to him The convention was called to order at 12 o'clock The ted bandana band-t kerchief was an emblem of the new parU todav, almost supplanting the Moose head. -Women as well as men wore the new partv emblem, and miUincrt. husv with orders lo trim hats uith the gaudy handkerchiefs Contesting Delegates Barred Contesting delegates from and Mississippi were barred from ihe Progi ebMv e convention bv thft JN tional committee The contests decided at a stormv sion oi the committee that lasted tor jhree hours just before the conven- tion met While the committee de- hbeinted the ncgioes gathered ti the corridors outside and raised voices in indignant pio the decisions vseie made tnovvn the negio leaders hcv would continue their fight foe eais before the credentials commit- ee oi tlie convention A tentative ai- cut was made by tho cpm- (Continued on pige 9) POSTMASTER'S ADMISSION WAS NOT ACCEPTED H. A..'Driggs Did Not Deny He Was a Paitisan When Asked By- Was Held Just The Same Earjy, i.n. .the secretary of the Post Office Department.In- timated in letter to H. A. Driggs- postmaiter at Gratcy .Lake, that he accused'ofi'being a polit- ical partisan- .'t was -difficult for Mr, Driggs to deny the accusa- tion, in fact he admitted that he was leas of an active Lib- eraj. He-.wain't closing hia mouth on things-political sake of a few-hundred dollars a year. That ought, to have suffic- ient. But It wasn't.; It didn't give an InVestlgator a chance to. earn a a day, so Mr. pitt in the waste basket a'hd'Wm. Laurie, of Card- ston, was appointed to hold a.n .inquiry to ascertain if Harry A. Driggs was a partisan. He went to Grassy Lake, summoned wit- nesses, and it was -there found that what Mr. Drlggi 'admitted at the expense of a, sheet of'jet- ter paper, an envelope and a two cent that wouldn't'.be necessary for letters addremd to at Ottawa go .free true. Mr. Laurie .was. giv- en his per dfem allowance and he wouldn't have secured had Mr. Drigg's admission been accepted as gospel truth. We give this story simply to be fair- to the new government and to establish its desire to economize. It only spends money vvh'er'e it fs necessary, j iciw Hoss. (littincial foroulo Globe1 who had his leg brok in in ihe a ito ucidonl in nhfcli iL Bmilh was killed.