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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta August 5, THK LTETirnKrPGE IDAIXY PaycO JUSTAS DQNT BE IMPOSED ON MADE IN CANADA E.W.GILLETTCO.LTD CITY AND WLSTJKICT Thirty at Kipp Tho Lelhhrldgo .Collieries Co., at Kipp is calling for tenders for thirty frame dwellings to lie erected this Rummer at Bridgend. The same com- pany is also erecting fifty (mine cot- tages at .the Beaver Mines, near Pinch or Creek. The local officials of th company state'that the at Bridg end will he working to full eapaclt; this winter and Bridgeud 'will have population of ha already erected a number of cottage, there, while the miners theniselvei btve built up a good URGES ASQU1TH TO VISIT CANADA LONDON NEWSPAPER THINKS OPPORTUNITY IS TOO GREAT TO MISS London, Aug. .Dally Tote- graph, In editorially expressing the hono thai Premier AsctnHh and Wins- ton Churchill will accept the Canadian Invitation says: "Great events lose nothing, but gain much -through be- ing emphasized with due dramatic ceremony. We imagine nothing bet- tor ciilculutod to signalize the entry of Canada Into full responsibility of partnership 'with Great Britain In the councils oC pence and war than the presence of the lending British mlnis- B. especially if they were accom- panied 'by n squadron oC British war- ships. It will certainly he a great dis- appointment. IE so dramatic an oppor- tunity is missed." CITY COUNCIL TO BE IN FRONT Dropped Dea'd at Social Cailst-ult was shocked on Wedneg dav list ibv the sudden deatht at the social nieel Inj, u the Alfltho Church of Mrs Heattie is assisting u the function "i BoTttle hub been tor some jeais In in different health but oil UK> (ineshon feeling uncominonlj nsuil uus full of fun anil good1 humor.; 'She-, had partaken of-ice cream, perhaps foo freely, and sud donb exclaimed I leel tunnj ami fell on the tible and in :Transferred to Ma'oleod One artei the turns had gone through a nunibqi of oitUenp of Okatoks_ gathered In the Bailing of the statioh. indHhere G Alackinnbn the popii' iar agent, who has been transferred lo ;.MacIead, 'with a very handsome gold watch and chain, and also1 an ad- dress. Steamship Arrivals S. B. Mitchell. IOCQ! ag-ent, received word tnis morning .that the Allan liner Corsican Jiad- readied Montreal Sunday from Liwrpool. passengers should reach hero August 7 and-8. Tha Cunardei- Lusitania ar- rived at N-ew York on Saturday, dock- ing nt S p.m: Western passengers should reach Lethbridge on Tuesday, the The Allan liner Scandinav inn, -from Glasgow, 'was reported two hundred miles east, of Cape 'Race yes "terday. It should reach Montreal to- day, and Western passengers reach :Letlihridge August 9 and 10. Mr. Mit- chell also received word that the Cur- pathia, the boat which went to the relief of the Titanic had uocked at Naples. McGregor Goes Up' for Trial 'Andrew T. 'McGregor, alias Hectoi G. A. McGregor, who is alleged to have left a trail of forged cheques from Lethbridge lo Nelson, and north to High River, and 'who was picked up by the Lethbridge 'police at High Riv- er a days ago, appeared before JIagistrate Bentley this morning at police court, for a preliminary 'bear- ing. McGregor, who was unrepresent- ed by counsel, was sent up for trial at the next, sitting of a court of com- petent Jurisdiction. City Solicitor Ball appeared for the prosecution. Only the Macleort Bros.' cheque was dealt with. makes the fifth al- leged forger committed for trial here during the past month. FRENCH PREMIER OFF TO RUSSIA THIS VISIT OF THE CZAR HAS GREAT SIGNIFICANCE IN WORLD POLITICS -Paris, Aug. Poincaire, Hie French premier, started rod.iy for Russia, surrounded by all Ihe signs which usually accompany a great stale pilgrimage. Aristidc llri- and, minister of justice Tlicophilc Delcasse, minister.of marine; Albou Leimin, minister for the colonies Armpnd Meelard, chiei of.the piotoc- ol Louis Lepine, prefect of police of Paris the secretaries and attaches of the Russian embassy and the of tbe I'Yencb foreign office all rfere present at the station to emphasise [be occasion, while with the Premier's [rain travelled all the leading jour- nalists in France. Near eastern ijuestions and the naval convention, tbe. signing of which hy M. Poincaire, in St. Petersburg, will bring the whole if Ihe -righting forces ot the allies vitbin the terms of an offensive and lefcnsivc treaty of alliance are to be. -lie main subjects of discussion be- .ween the Emperor of Russia, Sergius Sazalioff, Russian minister of foreign iliU'Sj and .the French minister. The most prominent feature of the isit will be.thc Franco-Russian nav- 1 agreement which will claim immc- iatc attention with the eventual op- m'ng of the Dardanelles and the tops necessary for accomplishment Iso are to be discussed during the qurteen days' visit of M. Poincaire. U is pointed out here that this likely to. he the burning question in the settlement of the fnrco Italian war. It is felt that Russia is not build- ing dreadnoughts in 'the Black- Sea with the intention of an- choring them in an cnc-nseil lake, and unless tbe question is settled it is bound to cause another European up- BOARD OF TRADE MERELY AR- RANGING DETAILS OF THE DUKE'S RECEPTION Although none of Uio details of the reception to bo accorded H.H.il. the Duke of CoimaUBht and his party dur- ing their stay here on October 9th, have been finally decided on, It Is cer- lain that the event will bo ono of .the most brilliant In tbo history of the city. And It will bo a civic reception. At the luat meeting of the council ot tho Hoard of Trade the announce- ment was made that the city had turn- ed over' to tbo Hoard of Trade the whole 'matter 'of arranging 'Ihe re- ception. This led lo Ihe belief that the Hoard of Trade wi council's place ill the welcome lo be accorded the first gentleman of Can- adn, and some criticism of tbe conn ell's action has been beard. The Herald called on Mayor Hatch this morning to make enquiries as lo the council's action and was told that, while the council bad turned the making ot ail arrangements to the Board of Trado, this had been dofle merely because the Board IB con- sidered part of the civic government which is best adapted to the work of R ooseve lt is Dictator (Continued from tront inlttee as a means of compromising which was thought would settle th negroes' dispute. The committee de cided lo allow the negro contestant from Florida lo sit in (he conventlot is "supplementary delegates vote." This was considered set- lied, but Ihe Florida negroes, hcadci f 0. II. Alslon protested so vigor- ously that the coinnriUce finally de- cided to throw out both Florida dele negroes and the white lelegation hy II. M Anderson in ilississippi where .the. Progressive Stale convenlipn. had been called as Till The' wfcitc" meeting. The white .elected were given their scats. On Saturday the committee had thrown out twelve negroes who contested seals ihi'the-.Alabaina dele- gation. AVith today's decision this barred all of the contesting deli-sales. Four contestants-for seals on ihc Ohio The ntgroes were indignant md excited tilt actioij of'thi committee and entertaining such parties, hut that the council in no way intended to shirk tholr responsibilities In liie mat- ter. The reception will be purely a civic affair and the Mayor and Alder- men will be promineat in. all plans for Ihe entertainment the royal party. While here Ihe. Duke will have a royal escort of 100 .Mounted Police, while he will also review tbe 5th Battery C. p. A., .Major Stewart the Lethbridge Schools Cadel -Bat- talion and tbe Lothbridge Company of the Veterans Brigade. No other details have as yet been iiade known, but it is understood :e a generous that the city will mak grant for entertaining purposes and Lethbridge will he able to accord the governor general a reception which will he in keeping with that givsjj him by any other city in the w was holding thcu mass meeting of Chicago, nejrroei protest No definite amusements were made. howcVep RooieveltjWarfilly Greeted Chicago III Aug Col Theodore Hoosoelt arrhed at S o a m Hi. given an. eirtjulslasilc .welcome, and huirlqd to-'headdUaVters in tbe Con- gress Hotel. The; .crbwds cheered as Colonel sytpniSd from the train He nns delegation of Progresses headed bv Gto Per feiug and Governor-Hiram- W John- son, of California., ;i'he along the route weip lined -with crouds and as Ihe Colonel swept past were raised The delegates foi metl in pro Drummers ___had big Time (Continued from front page) heaval at th e time of the completion of the ships a couple. of years hence. DIED FROM STARVATION IN MONTREAL Montreal, Aug. Alice Flynn, seventy years of age, said 'to be a widow, was found dying from starva- tion on a heap of rags in a tare apart- ment on the third floor-of a house on Montcalm street. The nged woman was discovered by Father O'Brien, of St.. JIary's Catholic Church, while malting the rounds of tbe parish. There was not a chair or a bed, nor a piece of furniture in .tile room. The woman was taken to the General Hos- pital, where'she died. ing official about it In the matter of set speeches. The ladle's enjoyed It much as the men, and in adding to their pleasure Brother Crummy par- ticularly outshone, jlle was eron pal- their wants and entertainment, and reply- Ing lo the ladies' toast at the supper. The hotel.management fell in with the spirit of and outdid itself In providing for the.cqmforrand enjoyment .of guests, .sir.' Charie's Vlnnet, the-genial and energetic man-: ager of the Sanitarium, earned encom iums all round, In; the --manner Jn which ho catered, for'all. He surpass- ed liimsel-f on Sunday 'when a. lunch of nine courses and a'dinner of twelve courses were served; There were> .yvlth (he guests at Prank, nearly -four hundred, at Ihe ho- tel. "Auld Lang strong- ly in tho musical; celebration's. At the conclusion of the visit Ihree cheers and a tiger were given for tho hotel by the members of the U. C. T., and the same for Manager Vinnet. The whole concourse, with the Bellovue band, accompanied tbe visitors to the local here they departed 'midst deafening cheers, itho band playing the old-time tune, "God be with you till we meet again." The members of tho u. C. T. much appreciated the-efforts of Jlesera. A. H. .McKeovn, F. E. McCaw and D. Me. "lormlck, of Ibe committee, in making he outing the success it was. cession, and i' their chief to National headciuartens Col steed up in the automobi e and spoke brieflj Then a path through the crowd having beeii: made, he hurried to headquarters, and was soon in the thick of conferences' with bis aides. Standing in his automobile in front of the hotel Col. Roosevelt said "f am veiryl pleased again to be with you in Chicago and this time at the birth'of a part-y and not at the death of one. ..I convinced the people will not stand for the conven- tion of seven, weeks ago, especially as it was against the interests of the People. By the men nom- inated at that convention will not be a factor in. the race. MAY STRIKE ON ISLAND MINES Danger of Trouble in the Mackenzie and Mann, Properties Ladysmitli, H. C., Aug. demands ol Vancouver Island asking I 'or an increase of wages are agreed I Lo by the coal operators ot Kxlen- sion, South Wellington, Xanaimo and Cumberland, it is likely tliat there will he a general strike in the collier- I es owned hy .Sir Win. McKenzie and issociatcs. Xnmher Four Mine fix- lensiou lias been closed, and it is Ire- i ievccl here that it is an effort to .hcckmate the strike, which will )robably take place early in Septem- jer. Company men or day workers are j Hudson's Bay Co. Are Now Busy Opening Up The New Season's Goods! YOU WILL HEAR ABOUT THEM SOON, MILADI 'EDITED BY "1NO" PHONES: Office, 1224 111i I Mrs. J. It. Ross has returned froiii [a visit lo Montana. Misses Mamie and Myrtle Delay left this afternoon for How Island 'to hose principally alTeelcd, and it is I heir desire to have the wages paid I icr rlicm in Vancouver Island the guests of Mrs. Howell Harris es raised to the'scale paid miners in he State ot Washington and Ihrougll- the western'' stales of the Uri- on. In some cases the increase would e one dollar per. day. 3 ne Alderman Inclined to (Continued from tront James Phaer dropped dead in the Royal Hotel at Stratford. Heart dis- ease was the cause. "The days of t'lie'r'cprrupt politician and the crooked boss., and the news- papers owned by the boss and finan- cier are over. "The channels of information have jeeu choked by the opponents of pop- ular government in' the elTort to pre- vent the people; from finding out what we stand for. I intend to see that the facts arc and that the people find out what this movement really is, and decide for themselves what their government shall he. .After completing his speech Col. Roosevelt went to his headquarters' where he said he would rcmali all day consulting with the leaders con- cerning the convention. He said he did not inteud .to go lo the Coliseum today. rmed nor denied by the Chiefs frinds :id may be taken as correct. If the is held before a judge. Is not known' what action will be Harris' handling of tho ise, and solicitors who have heen asked, state that Harris will likely at 'their ranch. Miss O'llagan returned yesterday morning from a month's visiting -with friends at Calgary and BaniT. Mr. and Mrs. Hoht. J. Moffatt, oi this city, who left early in May lor a tour of 'tin.1 east, have arrived safely in .St. John, B., after visiting with friends and relatives in Chicago, lies' Monies and Notion Attul Jing at various in the Mauliiiic Provinces they expect to'return io this city in time to attend the Dry Fanning Congress Our Ilillcrest correspondent says' Mrs. Thos. Doyle left Hillcrcst last Wednesday evening for Lelhbridge, A. .Smith. It is hoped that all members will try to be as business of importance is on hand. The workers of tbe borne depart- ment oi Wesley church are asked to nect in the clinrch parlors on Wed- nesday afternoon at three o'clock. Report of Gait Hospital for July, 1912 Number of .patients in hospital Julv 1st Admittances Transients admitted during, the month 61 SI Deaths discharged during month SO 0 ol patients m hospital Julv 31sf Transients discharged during the month have to gain pertnissfba from the Law where she will join hit husband Mr [Lowest number month Society before he'will be allowed to j Doyle, until latelv cmploied In the Highest numhet during month appear before a judge to present the! case. In tiie meantime both parties are busy gathering evidence, and affidavit of a startling nature In which the .Women of easy virtue and tbe gambl- ing element will figure prominently, .will likely he submitted by counsel. Graft is the main charge, an'd if the reports be true, neither party', will come through the investigation with clean rskirts. v If is hibtJdecia'ed upon'this afternoon it understood that the .city solicitor will prepare a report which, will go before the coun- cil- at its regular meeting tomorrow afternoon when the council .is cer- faln lo-arrive at some decision, to tbe at some decision, to tbe Thev express Ihcinsehes as disappoint with the .name coal company here in an official ca- pacity, left Hillcrest some weeks ago with the intention of setting up for himself in the hardware business, and from all accounts he is making rapid progress in his efforts in this direc- tion. Warner R'.. Jones with her daughter Hazel, has just arrived on a visit to lici sister, Mis Madge, of Monte Vista Farm. .They are the wife and daughter of Mr. Robert Jones, manager of the Uell Telephone Co., of Montreal. It is their first trip across the continent glj 131 51 bl Daih number, month Number of hospital for praate patients J13 Number of hobpil.il dajs for ward patients .975 Number of hospital days for ward patients (free) 481 is .running smoothly with the. portion of the police force hich 1ms remained intact. MAKES A CRACK AT. -JUDGES YOU DON'T KNOW GOOD BREAD UNTIL YOU HAVE TRIED QUAKER It is Mode in Gilmore's Phones 1027 and 378 ALL GOOD GROCERS SELL IT No Electoral Vote for Taft Chicago, Aug. Diion, National chairman, continued to cheer the arriving delegates with pre- dictions of success 'at the polls in November. He adheres to the-state- ment attributed to him some time ago that President Taft will not got a single electoral vote. Senator Dixon said: "There will be a Progressive Slale llcket in fact or in name in every Slate in the Union. The combination of forces thus accom plished means a Progressive land' slide. "All1 our early prognostications have been too weak. I-am satisfied now, thai Ibe nation has awakened, and tbe Progressive movement is in full swing in every section of the country. It is a fight only between Hoosevelt and Taft has heen eliminated. Ho will ibe a poor third when the votes counted." It is said the new party will frame an new set of rules to govern Ihe deliberations of the convention, differing in all essential details from those In vogue at Ihe Republican anil Democratic gatherings, and providing essentially for great latitude in tie- 'bates. Convention Hall, Chicago, Aug. Col. Roosevelt will make his "confes- sion of faith" at the convention Tues- day afle-rnoon, following the formalit- ies of permanent organization. It had been first announced he would speak tonight, but. in as much New Yoik, A.ug sioner Hhinelandei .Waldo-- -tonight out his fust formal' statement relative to the Rosonthal case. The Commissioner recommended an -im- partial and thorough investigation of charges made in regard to the alleged connection between tho police and the gamblers. At -the same time he aimed a blow straight from tile should er at the judiciary, declaring that gambling can exist only 'because -live gamblers can obtain what amounts to protection from the courts and also asserting that gamblers do much of election work of the pol- itical parties, who place the judiciary on Ihe bench. in general and Monte Vista Farm ii particular. The Kev. A. YV. Swaync with Mrs Swayne and their son Christopher are travelling in li. C. for a fort- night and will return to Warner on 'August- 17th. t Grassy -Lake and Mrs Gco. Smart arrived from Lethbridge on Tuesday and make their home in Grassy Lake, where Mr. Smart will be in charge ot the Co. elevator: .Taylor' Milling C, N, R. MEN GET A RAISE Port Arthur, Ont., Aug. ployees of the Canadian Northern Coal and .Ore Dock Company return- ed to work today, after a weoVd sirlke, featured by a riot on the fiiot day, in- which six men were and for which the militia Vcro] brought out. The new arrangement Sj a compromise, by which the nicii- a raise which will average abjut cents an hour. When the Duke of Coimaught, gov- ernor-general of the Dominion of Can- Edmonton the morn- ng of, Sept. 3, the new parliament wildings, erected at a cost of will be in readiness for oc- cupancy, His Royal Highness will remain in Edmonton until the night of .September 4. One of the functions in his honor will he the governor's hall, for which invitations will be issued in a few days. will Total number of hospital days for pionth 1771 Number of operations under .gen- eral anaesthetic 51 Isun.'her of pniienU treated in outdoor department 2G Xumber of drivings m oi tJooi department c.-t Donaiions during month of July from "The Flouer the Gait Park, Mr 'lernll, Mrs Frank Fiedler, Mm Sage Lettucs from Mr Floyd fiom Misa Macbeth from Mr II U en and 00 from Mr McChesnej A FORGTC, Lath Supt. SEARCHLIGHTS NOT COMPULSORY London. Aug. Daily Chron- ,-ron, a ilwo lrlp with Senator Beveridge. temporary chair- man, was lo be a controlling figure in today's proceedings, and had pre- pared a speech of some length, it was proposed thai Col. Roosevell withold his pronouncements until tomorrow. The committee platform was schetl uled to ho appointed today, but not to mako a report until Wednesday. The i committee not I'.avc to -.vail until Col. Rooficvclt speaks before getting down to business, for lie bns express- ed willingness-lo before Ihe com- mittee, or lo give it access to an ud- vancc cony of the speech upon which Ijic Ui to jieou'e, gays Iho advisory committee of the noard of Trade, which has heen considering questions arising out of the Titanic disaster, IKIB reported ag- making the use of searchlights compulsory aboard merchant vessels. Mr. and Mrs. A. Whitton spend a few days at Banff before leaving for England, where they will Calgary Herald. Mr. and Mrs. II. Young, 'of I.eth- bridgt1, have conic to -Hie citv to re- Mrs. Young has just returned her parents, Sheriff and, "Mrs. Allen, Ouelph, Cahytrv Herald The engagement is announced of Miss Jessie Eleanor Glanville, daugh- ler of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Glanvilic, ALLEGATION AGAINST jllli Third avenue west, to Mr. John MEMBERS OF R. H. W. M. 'McCauley Carson, of Calgary. The Winnipeg, Aug. re :eivsd wedding" will take plave the second from Ottawa, Indicates that the min- ister of Justice is Instituting an on- tiulry into the alleged at Unity, Sask., of a Chinam 1-1, V. th week in August. Mrs. T. G. Van Blareon, from. Fond Bing, by members of the Rjyal I-ac. wis-. arrived yesterday to Mounted Police. Turin Man Dead The death occurred this morning nl visit with her brother, Merlon ward Peck. Ed- Turin, of G, .fuhutttuu, HBUU Clubs anrl years, a recent arrival in that district.! Thi; doceased was an American hy! Tiic "'sulur business meeting oi bitrh and leaves a fiimily, resident at i Wesley Ladies' Aid will he held in Turin, lo mourn his death. The fun- the Club Room. Wednesday iiftenioon oral will wko place nt Iron Springs onjal 3 o'clock. The Imsli'sses arc Mrs. Wednesday afternoon. i l.ivincslon, Mrs. l.aycock and Mrs. NOT IN FAVOR OF CLOSER UNITY AUSTRALIAN STATESMAN THINKS THE POMINIONS.ARE CLOSE. LY KNIT AS IT IS 4 London, Aug Geo Held, Australian High Commissioner, puoi lo leading for Canada yesteiday, dp Glared that he did not agree with a demanu for closer unity of the Em pire. Sn George concluded 0} saying thil :he fewer and more slender the ties had become, the more lojallj atlach ed were the Dominions Mothei Country.. The -law of progress mull assert ilself, and Ihe Dominions can- not remain' In their present state, bill he had not met the man who could bind them afresh The Austialians, he sai.l, had great belief in their1 cap acity and destiny, but great aa .they were, they were "not unmindful of the home -from whence they came, and II ever elouds threatened, none would more respond-t.c the calf than the gallant and devot. ed Australians. Hudson's Bay Co. Are Now Busy Opening up the 'NEW SEASON'S GOODS You will, hear about them soon. -----THE----- BROWN BETTY TEAJIQOMS Men'i l.iinrk at 40 centi icrvcd dftiljr Al. the Sign o( Ihe Teapot Cor. 3rd Ave. >nd Fifth Street ;