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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald i1 Volume V. Lelbbridue. Alberta. Wednesday, August' 11, Number WISCONSIN EXHIBIT FOR THE LETHBRIDGE FAIR Half-Holiday for the Fair Thursday Next One Man is Sending a Carload1 of Fine Poultry ENTRIES HEAVY With Good Weather the Exhibition Should Have Great Attendance A carload oi poultry iroiu Wiseon-j sin, shipped by one of the 'biggest i poultry (hi- States will; arrive on Monday as one entry to j Southern' Alberta's big exhibition. Another, .carload of poultry, will ar- rive from .ano'thcr Canadian breeder outside of Albi'i'ta on the sime dav. The poultry exhibition at ihe l.clh- this vear will be the larg- est ever held in- Albi'i'ia. There is absolutely no doubt about Manager Mc.N'icol this morning re- 'feiveil a wire from an eastern live stock exhibitor asking for certain ai- '1-angemenls to he made so that he might bring to l.ethbridge lor the .fair, four carloads of stock which lit! is exhibiting in tlie northern city this week. Mr. McKjcol immediately .W. H. Pavvson, who is attcnil- ing the Edmonton [air in llic inter- of the I.ethbridgc exhibition to grant whatever is asked if it is with- t'an reason. Entries Closn Tonight The fair management have three j Jiftn iiusy.this week -handling' -ftries, vvliieh close tonight- These men arc-utterly swamped with entries and will not; know for a day or two bow they stand. tak- The llnsiness Men's I'rolccl- ive Association bold an.execu- tive, mcetiiis last night, al. which H vvas agreed to cele- brate the afternoon of Thurs- day. August 22, as a half holiday to give everyone an op- portunity of visiting the Fair. Tho C'ity Council will be ashed to proclaim a general half holi- day on (hat day. WILL GILLESPIE TAKE ACTION AGAINST COUNCIL? tCROtOF Claims Put Forth .by a Paris to Cure Disease LABOR MAN NEARLY. LOST HIS [Jalgary nai'vowly LIFE I.ovi Paris, Aug. I -I Gaslon Odin, of this- city, makes -the announcement lio-' has 'discovered the microbe nd lias succeeded in isolat- i of cancer a Ucd Deer, AUK. sectary of Calgary Trade, and "'S and He hopes ape-dHpr W. R. SHEEHAN A prominent Tanimany politcian Labor Council, death here today. Ho an automatic revolver, when the wea- pon was discharged, the bullet enter- ing his month and tearing a'way half a dozen teeth. to supply tubes with a vac- ivas examining cine which will cure cancer or act as a preventative. In an interview, Odin said.his research dated back ten U. S, WILL HAVE A MONSTER EXHIBIT Take Up Four Thousand Square Feet of Space at Congress Pawso'n -is in Edinon ling entries from vlhe exhibitors .there: 'rhcse entries .will not be received un- til p'riday, hut reports from the north indicate that the number oi entries will be miieh greater than last year from that one source. A J fact ,Uml lle ls in lt to special stock train will .arrive in knmv wtjero to put all.lhe exbibits. on Monday bringing ..gome time aso it was reported that exhibits from the. north. the Ciiited Slates government'has set Washington, D.C., Aug. 13. J. W. McNicol, Letfibridg'e: The United States Department of Agriculture plans' to an exhibit at Lethbridge. Will re- square feet of floor space, with wall space. Letter follows, -___-------Secretary-of Agriculture. T.he' above is a copy o-f the tele- gram received this morning by .7. W. .McNicol, chairman- oif the exjipsit' committee of" the Drj'-Fai'nH'ng Con- gi'essVli'Oi'tispbrise to a letter from Mr.. McN'icoi, 'asking Just what. the United States Department of Agricul- ture intended doing Ln the way of an exhibit here In October, .Mr. McNicoI this information because of Hvcry care has been taken this year 'ia provide exnilriiors of live stock every facility to for their sto'ck. Water and light have been installed in'airthc stables, and there T.'ili he none of the trouble experieneed last year. All Space Taken 1'Jvcr.y avaiiyjlc ineli pi space in the main building .has been applied for by local and outside merchants, and there are a score of applications Avliieh have had to he refused Tor lack of space. Tin: mcrcan ii Ic exhibits year in place by Tues- day morning. The fair management is making this imperative, owing to the fact thai: Tuesday this year' will lie one of Mic big days of rhe fain. Vlar- ney Oldliulrt and his dare-devil auto racing performers will make the .nig attraction for that day, 'and already reports arc coining in frotfl outsUe towns stating that hundreds of visit- will attend the fair just to sue Oldfjcld race. It therefore behooves tlio-st! placing mercantile exhibits lo Itave th'cin in 'place by iMoiulay e.vcn- These are but a few 'of out- standing prfrliminaries whicli point. ihe Letlibridge Fair this, eclir ing even the hopes of the directors. tlift street -cars running, ami with good at Iractions. during tlie four days of the; exhibition, there is not- Um least doubt 'that the grounds will aside Jin appropriation of for the pnrpos-5 of placing: an exhibit at ihe Congress Exposition of dry-farm- ed pro-duels here. There is no longer any iloitbt that the nation to the south will stand by their promise in tins regard, and thai Leihbridge wiil s-ee one of tho finest and costliest ex- hibits, which it would be possible to prepare. An exhibit of equal import- ance 13 expected from the Dominion government, ami if possible the two national exhibits will be placed sida by side. To sbo'w the extent of the I'nited States exhibit, it is only necessary to state that the amount of space applied for is equal -to the floor space of rhe whole wing of the exhibition gri lie crovyded for the.whole..week. Sec- retary McNicol was asked today place an estimate on the lot-il tendance, but would not make EASIER SAID THAN DONE ENGLISH M. P. GIVES VIEWS .ON CANADA'S PART .IN 'NAVAL DEFENCE London, Aug. 13. Smith, K. 0., U-nionist M. P. for Liverpool-Walton, Mio is now on bis way to Canada, has written as follows. "Tho maintenance of an adequate navy ought to he out- side scope of party constroversy.' The enormously rich with impressive Canadian nation is and if appealed to truth will find any money which a miil- istry in which it can :Confldo, thinks j right to ask. The one bright spot is t" found in the apparent intention of a CanaMa to step into the -field and guess. At least twenty .thousand people, however, is the mark. 1 redress tho maritime ba.lance of the old world." IRISH POPULATION DECREASE SMALLER London, Aui nual report of the Reglstrar- Oeneral for. Ireland shows .yearn.. Only six ago were they crowiicd with.success, lie added that Prof. -who occupies .the cliair--qi botaiiy'rit Ilie Sorbonne, had verified his am' assert- ed- its that Lannois, of oi Medicine, hail pronounced it' IT' said Ur. Odin, "in cultivating the microbe in conformity with the most rigorous Pasteur meth- ods, anil I have in my tubes of cut- tures,' proof of. my claim. Thu 14 -l-The an- cancer microbe .is a parasitic anioeiva, that, is-to say, a protoplasmic mass, Jan fnferior living organism, which decrease- in the Irish popula- and produces it- tion during the period from 1901 to 1011 of only 1.2 per Eiilf. The. variety. oP its forms sur- passes imagination. Tile cancer airtoc- cent., compared with 5.2 in tlie to js- a'aii. geiabliicous in compo- preceding decade. Tlie emigrants for 101.1 were below tlie average for the decade. FAST SERVICE ON ATLANTIC PROFESSQR JAKES AN IMPORTANT MATTER TO BE CONSIDERED BY THE DOM- INION GOVERNMENT Ottawa, Aug. considera- tion of the question of the establish- ment of a fast Atlantic 'service .is promised on the return oi the Kight Honorable H. L. Burden and his col- leagues from London. This subject will be. among the first to be dealt with hy. the cabinet.- It is learned dial, during his stay in England, Piemicr Borden has re- ceived a renewal oi the offer of the syndicate which includes Sir Thonias Trowbridgc for the establishment of fast service from Halifax to Black- sod Hay. The promoters, it is un- derstood, .the usual govern- ment assistance and to be ready to do today what they pro- posed to do in Tlic offer in- cludes a service not only to Halifax on the Atlantic, but also on the Pa- its environment, the amoeba is able to develop, yts spreads shoot forth in.all ilirectabns." Questioned- consequences of his Odin said that he. hoped '.-would, enable him ,to do for cancers-hat did for' C COLLECTS ALL OF THE RECORDS "Whether or not I have discovered a means to prevent or cure he remarked; "it is already csbh-j cine. If is probable thai Suspended Chief Much Put Out Over Delay in, Council Meeting as Police Com- mittee This of Judicial Inquiry Stand Pat JOE F. SULLIVAN Mayor of Irnbodcn; Arkansas, brliev- ed to be the. youngest Mayor in ti'c world. twenty years old, and a hopeless cripple, getting about with1 the aid goat team harnessed to a little" wagon mayor's olfne, The lltiald tried thu mation, the public will knovvV what it "moining to get an invitation, to at- is intended to do regarding the pio- tend meeting, hut could not break posed police investigation I the HM-IVC oi the men higher up If, .however, tuc council board do I hev ,rat- I he rule is that cidcs to keep mum on till. subjiU the commitlCL naelmgs shall be held m public can wait until next 'inesuav, that rule must not be when the police loipniiltee will buug hroken The public is altogether too in its report of the hndings of the inquisitive about its bwn busi-ics; meeting this afternoon. anvvvav j Newspaper n. will not' I'l'o meeting vvis called tori lluee be in evidence at t'llb afternoon''- o'clock, mil thcie promises to 'ie J. mcetin6 of the nol-c session. Some time this afternoon, it tlic held in the aldermen decide, to divulge the intoiv closed doors. committee meeting and will be DECLARES TWINE WILL NOT GO UP IN PRICE CHINESE GRADUATE OF, McGILL A JUDGE Jloiitreal, 'Aug. has been received of the ap- pointinent of Mr. Peter Hlng. ll.C.L.. Univer- sity graduate, to -be a judge of the High Court of Ivwangtung and Kwaugsai provinces, China. These are under one Viceroy, and. they have a pop- ulatiou of more than 000 people. Concerns Say That Supply Will Meet .All Demands Winnipeg, Man 11 a! 1 hi, situation, wliicn ju n lead to a lias aluadv lien explained in llic Ilctalil columns II the dead- lock results no one knows what the Inn! ending will he H mav Ije A compiomise, bowi'er which i will sonic bearing on tic actions U) Ibe tak n In the Ihrec patties _ most intpiested in the police investigation Md Mtcilli, Vilains and Willinn- son .uc the "sUnd-pattcrs" of the council ate dctrl mined, thaj. the judicial rnqpjn shall proceed Ud Vshoroil might be leuned the "insurgent lie is ilrternnncil that the investigation snail not proceed in judge Mivor Hatch and smn lo be on the fence think the council proceeded denial is given In the binder tv .lie companies and distubutois in Winm- ''llel .'lather rashh in adopting the rebotu- today to In rcpoits cuucnl that v tipn for a judicial enquiu at the rc- an increase of one cent a pound in Usl week They bindyt1 twine had btrn made 01 to lescilld " motion, and in contemplation Ihe gieatest hand-, (hen qomc of the evidence in lers of twine in Western Oauada and ihe case befoie taking fuitlicr steps faction nil! win out is not known, lint to gain Ins end Vsh OF THE '.O.LO..ASSINIBOINE COUNCIL Jishcd that by the aid of my discov-i cry vve.can tell vv.itli certainty wheth- er, an individual is csmccrous or not An examination of his" blood, will :re-j veal the fact. The active element al-! wa, Aug. most vain- able Canadian historical which have- been discovered (or years icon collected' this summer by j Prof Oliver, professor of history in ready at me University. Prof.-Oliver who has been1 working kill the cancer microbe when the. ease is not too far advanced, and culture of cancer microbes ivhich obtained a lew days ago results in th attcnluation of cancerous: lessions." Dr. Odin closed his statement wit the assertion that his vaccine roigh' he applied with beneficial results cases of smokers' cancer, at the archives for the government has succeeded in locating practically all the records of the. Assiuiboine Council of Manitoba which was the 'M only government in the west, for con- DR. KENNEDY ON EXECUTIVE years before Manitoba; .enteieil [federation: Most of these documents it is supposed, were not in exist- ence. Some of these manuscripts found by 1'rof. Oliver in Manitoba and some in the archives at Ottawa.- a more ion mal oil'cr will, be placed before the govern- ment by those Interested in the scheme and will be considered when tlic whole question comes up before the council this fall. CLIMBED POLE: FELL TO GROUND Calgary, Aug. man. suppos- ed to ht: Henry Oillespie, from a slip c-r paper found In his Docket, climbed to the top of n (55-foot scaffolding on the C.P.H, Natural Resources build- ing1, shortly before midnight, and fell the ground. He suffered, concus- sion of the brain and a dislocated hip. The police nre at a loss to solve the accident. DIED AT NELSON, B.C. Hilton. Aug. telegram has been received bore, reporting the sud- den death of Or. David Kobertson, reg istrar.of Ibe county of Halton, at the home of his son-in-law, Alfred Higgin- Iioiham, Nelson, B.C. ROGERS IS GOING NOT TO ENGLAND C.P.R. WILL INCREASE ITS STOCK Ottawn, Ails. liob- 'ert Rogers, wbo has return-- ed to Ottawa from Winnipeg, has decided not to make his visit to this year, ow- ing lo press of departmental business nml the early return of Premier Donien and bis col- rengnes. It is nlso possible that. Col. Hughes may call off Ills Aldnrshol i rip. Ottawa, Ont., Aug. It. Hcporls cut by the secretary of state, after 'that the Canadian 1'acilic Railway will increase its .capital, stock aft; i f- ilcinlly confirmed, formal application tlie increase having been receive.! secretary of stale, ''be f tin! proposed iireroise is not announced but it is presumed to be from fifty to 'one hundred rnil- liou.s. ['arliamcntarv action is not by amount to .authorise the increase I which can be granted hy letters pat- pproval of his colleagues. It is un derstood that most of the money is to be raised by Rale of stock and will be devoted to extensions and Im- jirovemenls in Canada. CANADIAN MISSIONARY DEAD fxinrlon, Onl., Aug. I Mows has reached of flip death in China Rev. Win. .1. Martimorc, a Camulinn missionary, lie- wag for- MACLEOD PHYSICIAN PLACED ON CANADIAN MEDICAL ASSOCIA- TION EXECUTIVE llii United jjlales the International Harvester compinv, and the, Ltofl Wm ,11S ,0 mouth Cordage compinv ale sn lot the that the ly emphatic in asserting tlut tlicv wlll bc cvcnh. on the call uieet the demand, from CAcrv source .for twine Thev assort lod.xj plan of action to he followed If the council does not decide to do that there is not a pom) m Western' do ,t Canada that his a sholtage of ft io takc R ham, single pound anil thej fuilhcr asserli m mn Mmp that hc wlU that they have enough m MOW anil Spllou8 ar? in reserve to provide, tor every con- }ulnvttf rllc, have tinsency of till, mulct Thev express confined io linns, and others take a' less i lew The tact underlying the whole silualion 13 that suffered an. that, there institute acr Id the world's market unprecedented drain and were no big sinjiluses to begin the year on nor were there any. large .in- I ion. Dr. Roche, secretary of state, j under whose department tlie archives now falls anil who is taking a keen j personal, interest in collecting rcc- suffer from tbr-slioiUgr- if am should ords of Canada's early historv thinks exist. that manuscripts will prove of I (Continue., on page' S) exceeding value to historians and he-; lieves that they will throw fresh light on the early history of the The postpon-jwcst Edmonton, Aug. 13.- e4 election ol tlie executive council of j the Canadian. Medical association CHARGED; WITH at last been held with this result Dr. Whitclaw, Dr. Find- lay, Montreal Dr. Ada-ms, Montreal; Halpcnny, Toron- to; McKechnic, Vancouver; Weld, Vancouver; Small, Ottawa Kcn- B.; Ma'dn-, Halifax Archibald, Mont- real Primrose, Toiunlo i.'oiuoy, (jharloUctown, and Sasku- tobn. Dr. M. G. MacKidd, Calgary, as president of the association, will he a .member of the committee, ex-oili- cio. At the general -business meeting be held tomorrow "the next place. meeting will he decided and probably London, Ont., will be lected. KILLING HUSBAND Philadelphia, Aug. she had killed her husband of less than n week with poison to prevent him from changing his will, in which all of his property was left lo her, is the theory advanced by tlie prosecution ill the case of Mrs. Frieda Trost, wbo, with Edmund Guenltle, a bartender, in her saloon, was committ- ed to jail today by the coroner lo await the.action of the Grand .lury. not stait action for ivrongiul disniis 'al becauss his name still appears, on Ihe ell) pavroll But it 11 believed thai he coull start action for dam- ages1, bc-aiisr the city v as instru- mental in bringing the in agiinst him Whether his case on these giounds would come to anv- or not s a question, as v it would iia-e be proved that 'tht in nnmif.u till ing faulitus wolc AUth malicioub bus the. Wfstcin Canadian crop be that Kas not ig the last to be h.uveslcii, innst thc nf It is well known that the charge! against Ihe cluei vvt-ie tbr- result of infotmat on. handed thc police com- mittee bv Insiector and De- tective Lgin altei then dismissal Ihe cluei bcli-ies that hc has evi- I'ence to prove Ihat those vveie Idid bv thcsf men through mpl ice, ind I hat he has good grounds foi action 101 slaudei In uct, it Ins rumored about the Utv thae or four limes within the past few liavs lint warrants had been issued tluoueh thc AUSTRALIA LETS PUBLIC KNOW ADVERTISES WHAT IT IS -DOING FOR THE DEFENCE EMPIRE London. Aug. several weeks TENDER'S FOR LAST SECTION OF H.B.R. to Otlawa. have boon railed for the last section of most' t'11" "ufison Ujl3' Hallway, up to tide- water, receivable until. Beplomber 12. a large boarding.has stood at the east- em end of the site upon .which, the now- Australian offices lire to be erect- ed in ihe strand with a pointed notifi- cation, "Australians daily below which yesterday n blank apace was fillet! in with the following mes- sage, "Australia's -jlure in defence of the Umpire for amounts to about This Will make a. total of about expended in defense in throe years hy King se- ITALY TO USE MOTOR DRIVEN WARSHIP merly a this city. London, Aug. Cop- onhageii correspondent of the Dally Telegraph says that It appears that Italy will be th flrsl power lo en warships. Tb-a Italian government has just ordered from Copenhagen four warships fitted with Dis- scl engines. George's four and a half'million jects in sub- Mounted Police oH'ciali for the arrest 01 the two men impli- cated m Ibe police scandal, but the tumors have alwavs been found to foundation; 1 low-ever, the chief's friends say, that this much is certain If the council does not lake immediate Jc- tion. will start proceeding! without delay with a view tot clear- ing oi the srnous charges which overshfiilow him at thc presens time. DIVE KEEPERS PAID A BIG TOLL New York, Nr. Y., Ang. the an.l vice paid a prescribed 'toll and search for evidence to convict tlic i tarifis'varied-according to murderers of the .gambler lletmai the location in the ulv Monthlv iffs paid to the police carried i First class np-town gambling hoiis- isc motor drlv- grand jury have unearthed cs pajd M.OOO, middle K-imblnu -wealth of information, showing thatilioiises paid SflOll, 1 .isf Kosenthal, the states attorney and gamblers and' keepers of ilisorderly [houses have paid hundreds of 'thousands of dollars yearly for police, protection. Evidence" 'how" iicfoic (lie grand jury shows ..of gambling houses paid jinywhere from to high class pool rooms SliOfl, while, poker dire games paid M0_0, up- low n ilisorderly bonnes 'paid S'fiOO, while East Side resorts .jjaid-HOO. ELEVEN NURSES LOST POSITIONS Xelson. B.C., Aug. meeting of the Hospital last, night eleven nurses wore, dismissed on recommendation of (he huly superintendent, tt- lengthy discussion. were charged at Ion during ihe'-superintend- enl's alwence on a Tacntlon, and with threatening to in .i bods If was not f, ;