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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 THE LET1TUKIDGE DAILY H Thursday. Fall Hats for Fair ,Weck eiidy Monday. All the nc-wiM ideas All tlios) in A Uod In soe them CALSARY is 'REAL MAD All (summer Hats arc soiling irom to L A. Beside Beiillcy's Drop trie Free Toll (Continued from iront Washington, D. Aug. Is paid to be reasonably certain that no .further protest will be made by Great Britain on behalf ot British raeram lite Interests against the Panama, Can- .il bill if finally takes form reported yesterday from the confer- ence committee' the Biitish obiec 'tion was laid against discrimination 'against British shipping. As such shipping Is not now tq en- ter into the American coast-urtse trade which alone is to receive favored treatment in the Canal, that objection overcome It is regarded as possible however, that in deference to Canada the Brit-, jsh. government may be led to object to the prohibition against the passage of railroad owned ships, but the state department officials are confident, that the objection .would not hold under the treaty as the prohibition is to ap- ply to American vessels, as well as others and there could be no chaise of diicrimination. Montreal, Aug. is be- ing flooded with circulars .emanating Between tlie Devil (Continued from front.page) An eager crowd assembled in court to catch a glimpse of the prisoners. Lewis had his face swath- ed in bandages, and it was that he was suffering from a boil, and had not been involved in any fightins, of late. Mr. .Moss' reference to "a practical- ly complete referred to the de- liberations of the Rosenthal Grand Inn which is o hand 11, i dictment against all the prisoners, in- cluding a re-lndictmout against Beck- sr, before Judge .Muliiueeu some time this afternoon. Challenge to Civilization Aus 14 resolute determination of -New to nd thell police tone ot its system of gralt at-d blackmail was gheu toicible expression tonight at a mass meeting held Jt the historic hall of Cooper they ap- pointed a Mgihmce committee of pro minent men and women': to, see that the public officers now engaged i from New York and calling insures treasonlllle imslncc-0f the lor propobuu r a _ .1.. iu.i_ Gulfiiiry. Aug. dtsqov the Portage la Prairie police lasi No- vember and sentenced to twenty three months in the lotil jail foi attempt j tht ing to cash, bogus broke Jai yesterday shortly after live o'clock I and is still at large. FELGER'S NEW WHEAT AT ELEVATOR iMrsr Arrival at Magraiii (ing1 General Magniih, Aug. began in the Masratli district today, Louis Felger Ireiug.Uin first to deliver gram BUILD BLACK MARIAS TO TRANSFER PRISONERS t canal One. circular is signed 'Murdocl: ItacLeod, and it dated New York, Aug 13 "Ah! Ah! Are Americans honest' He wants storekeepers to post notices don't sell American goods here. Policy holders hi American insurance (companies shoiTd he savs and invest-in" Canadian companies. 'American trade must be strangled, i lio says. CHURCH LADS' BRIGADE C 1- B OLD COMRADES The Ciiief Staff. Otricer, M. Gee, is at, present .in Canada to organise L. B into an Association Old Ccmradee. .Will all ex-members send their names.and addresses to him at li Scott Street, Tor onto. Limersitj ot Manitoba. WINNIPEG Offers courses leading to degrees in 'Arts, Science, Medicine. Law, Civil and Electrical Engineering. The fa iilty consists of twenty-seven profe: tors, and demonstrators, and colleges are affiliated. A wider range of courses; is offered in Arts f than ever before, aJso excellent course in Medicine with facilities for clioi oil work that are surpassed in few on the continent. The goiine'of study for degree of B.Sr. fea. instituted. For terms tit adraiwlbn, details of .courses, cur- ricula of studies, Information as to etc., apply to SPENCE, Regiitrar, f "Wenity of Manitoba Man CANADIAN PACIFIC SPECIAL" FARES TO Toronto, Ont LETHBRIDGE Hall route........... fr'ia and .rail route of 22-28. Final i.l-eturn limit, 30 days from date of For further particulars apply to rocal agent R 6 McNBlLLIE, District Passenger Agent, Calgary, Aita. Donaldson Line Direct Service Between Scotland, Continental points and Canada every Sat urday. new modern date, operated on the One Claim Cvbln 'plan. Cubin .staterooms .'all amid' .131.85 to Liverpool, Londonderry, Gslway and Bel' fast. J33.00 to Antwerp and Botterdum: 136.00 to Sweden, Norway-and etc. For fuM information call on 1 am agent or H. I LIDMAN, Oiiertl Agent 4M Miln at, Winnipeg police with organized crime, do their full duty The mass meeting, which typified public indignation aroused by the- re- velation of police corruption growing out of the murder of Herman Rosen- thai, was attended by a overflowed the hall With four thousand people, within the auditorium, anil hundreds stand- ing up blocking the streets'. outside were thousands more who clamored for admittance. The speakers included District At Dr Ljman Alderman II Timan clraimaii of the 'uldermanic committee; Emory R. Buckner, coun- sel for the committee, and otliers 'I -nant to sai just this' said Mi Whitman with reglld to the matter which I know is near your-hearts-, as it is near mine nith regard to a crime that has shocked thi citj and shock ed this nation, perhaps, as few crimes m the histon ot the citj or in the history of the nation: The killing of Herman Rosenthal was a murder, of course, an awful it was more than that. In the light of all the circumstances connected with it. it wns a challenge to'our very civ- ilization itself. there will be two special .guards from me jail staff A special switch "ill be constructed to permit the vehicles to stand on a siding at the court house whilst i similar (arrangement will he nnde at tne jail m Bordeaux -The tramn-us (.ompauj will construct siding fiom their Back Rne line and the cars will be run from tha main1 line; to a point within the pre- cincts of .the prison property. IGNORED SISTERS, LEFT ESTATE TO UNIVERSITY Will of Late Ottawa Lawyer Be- queaths Everything to'McGill, Montreal Ottawa, Aug. .-will of the late R. .1. Wicksteed, a barrister ot Ottawa, retired, filed for prohate here toiaj leaves the entire estate of JB8.486 to McGill university, cutting off completely three sisters who reside in Ottawa. The document provides that dispute It be not taken into court but settled by the Board of Arbitration-of the Mont- real Board of Trade. It is stipulated .that the remains he cremated and deposited in a mirble ,se in the library Univer- sity His librar; of '000 volumes scientific and hunting apparatus and furniture, etc., are' to be distributed through the various rooms of the uni and all personal effects "sold and turned over, 'm'ith his holdings of tank stook and money to Mc- Oill University. PUBLIC OPINION SUPPORTS THE NURSES Nelson, Aug. expul- sion on night of eleven nur- les at Kootenay General hospl- tal. -Miss R. Shaw, the only pupil nurse on -whom the axe did not fall, quit work, and declares tliat she will not rwrame duty unless her co-workers are Six nurses are at pre- sent carrying on work of the hospital in place of. seventeen' formerly Just'what will be the outcome of the shake-up it. a matter of specula tion. i Public opinion appears to be to a IsrKe extent' in favor of the nurses, anil the action of the hoard is chief subject discussion through- out the city. The directors are united in the snp: port of the girls, and are said to be likely to take some definite action to- ward securing their rc-lnstatement, and possibly dismissal of Miss ter acting matron when the trouble arose. GOT Bl.vthe, Out., Aug. blew open .the of the local post office with nitro-glycerlne and made away 'wltk some in money ud ttanips. at a local elevator this season. Mr 1'elger's farm is .located live miles north-west- of town, anil lie cut his grain about two weeks ago. lie 'las two hundred acres of brs! [all wheat in tne loimtit mil it prubablv avcrusc tliirly or thirty-live bushels to the aero. All of the wheat that was delivered at tlie elevator tu- day graded number one, which is a piece of news to the farm- ers of .the 'district, as it is now an almost surety that 1 he'wheat this year will grade high. The weight of neat a1- iKo i souuc oi stu pitie is the IIIU.IIHIC ty-four pounds to the bushel John II. Turner, manager of tlie Alherta'Grain company, had the.hon- ot of being the lust local ileil- er to handle 1812 wheat. justiv proul of 'tlisUiiLtm i and in eonversation with the; Herald toriesponduit stattd th it he looked foi IK ciops this to be au surprise to ill mtercsted The onlv iault with was that it wit> i littlt, slirunkcn, but it was of exceptionally line color, aiid-verv liarri, waking it splendid wheat for miliins purposes: will be ready to begin threshing'in a few ilavs. He.-lias ov er' two hundred acres ,oi fall wheat Hint will average high.. It will un- tedh gride No 1 ilso Mr bhel- ton is a l inner'who his always, rats ed a good crop regardless of the an-ount ol ptetipit ition and this 1 ict speakb his methods m will he nnde at tne jaU in Bordeaux the soil lie is l most cjieiul ind panibtiking larmer, he the more ion use tin plow the greater will be liar it mtainh looks as f he were right. 1 here are a mimber oi fields ot fall grain th it are re tor the threslf Special Street Cars Will Be of Steel and Will Be Owned by Government Montreal. Aug. Arriuigenienis are naft' being completed where pris- oners can be conveyed from the new- court -house in two special street cars. The Montreal Tramways .'Limited is now building th-a -Black -Marias in its shops. They' will be wholly construci- ed of steel plates and will be com- pieteh closed in theie being no win dows. The cars, which will be in charge of two employees of the tram- ways company, 'will be the property o-' the government, and on each trip Simpson's Final Clearing Sale Of All Summer Goods WILL CLOSE ON SATURDAY EVENING NEXT August 17in BORBENi INSPECTS FLOATING DOCK London Vug Boiden I thrcsllermeil ire Lngag tod.. uMtu] the ot Ma-eisi constrnctois and the new Heating do-1 will shorUv aml tiiMrjmlnts Tn a week leave for Montreal lie ilso inspect ten dais be general ed the new battle cruise) Princess Ilojdl uhich hai jiibt "been completei for the British; navy. af- temaids proceed-ed to Gl-sgow where ]ieip] as thcic uc a gieat number of is to receive the freedom of the city on Friday. Mr. and Airs. Bbrden will be guests or Lord and Ladyjnverclyde after the ceremony DEMOCRATS YIELD ON Washington, NAVY Aug. PROGRAMME Democrats of the House today agreed In caucus to from their no battleship programme in this session, and to per- mit the battleship champions to vote in the-House for one. such vessel. Unlike the four preceding caucuses there in ibsence of bitterness of feeling and by a rising vote oC 95 to 11 the resolution of recession was put through It is expected tbat the Senate will, agree to the-, one battle ship, ending the deadlock over the naval biil. TOO MANY JOHN SMITHS !N COURT Montreal, Aug. that the large proportion "of drunks who come -before him call themselves .John Smith, Recorder Weir has made an investigation He Vas discov ered that, it is a practice of inert to-give "that name when charged esterdav a foreign of. whose name Chlmot'sky, and another man, whose correct name is WilHaiu O'Brien, hoth figured in the docket as John Smith.. After denouncing the. practice, of H- belling respectable holders of the .John Smith, the recorder fined the men' ?5 or one month hi jail. CHASE HEADACHES If your J. L denier cuuot. supply 7011, .IfMhlen P. bog There will he a steady demand...: for hut it i5 thought that there no difliciilh m regards harvest hands iii the countrv at the present time. Cutting .is general- all over, tlie dis- trict It is processing abh and be com- pleted a good deal earlier, .than last year. Quite a number of the farmers have insured their crops, but ,it -is hardlx probable that TV ill ue in- jured M this agencv although it is always well to be on the safe side. Hail and the two' things that the-farmers'Tear time of the i ear There is little anurtj, how cr expi esscd concerning those, as Magratli seems' to he out of the hail belt and it will be an unusual tiling if frost comes for a month ft It is now apparent that the Ma- grath district will show up in tbe crop jielihlhis brasor although at one time the Earners some- what discouraged over prevailing con- ditions The wheat is turning out much better than was indication points to a hount eons, harvest. This is no idle boast, nr.real .estate talk, hut truth, ana tlitrefort uortbj o tion. SHORTAGE OF HARVESTERS' Montreal Aug H Is a shortage of. no fewer than 2.000 la- borers pn various parts of the C.P.R. system, and the company lias no hope tbat the shortage will, be-supplied-in the near future. the com- pany's employment agent in Jlontre- af. Fias b-sen to to see. the Commissioner.of Immigration, but be has returned with little" hope In sight. Wages, from to a dsy for constructioh work are being' of- fered. Tho reason is believed that many European countries, are now discouraging emigration, MYSTERIOUS MURDER IN EDMONTON 1 W P. Ryrie, Toronto, was re-elected Grand Master; J. R. Hankin. of ,Cal- garj was elected one of the Giaitf Councillors the, provincial priors elected we.ie foi M uutoba J h Hrii i of Siskatoon foi British Coinmbia, Miller, of Van- courer.; Vancouver, will be thq next dace of meeting. Ipl H. B.. TO .TIDEWATER, PLANS ON EXHIBITION .AT >P60 Aug phni or the .railway to tide put on exhibition tod ij.. ill tile Dominion .Govel'nriient PublU Department here tun iosiu is to how the claims of Fort. Churchill ;and Port. Net son. for the terminal would be dealj mth but the engineeis tlie lm thins dome! f sue" I hat paje in the ilcrald sold all the childiens under wear and dresseb ladies torscte and bell and meiis sox mere was a bit iun on oierytlung and people ro1 uas lkc goods ana u K and nit Ueiald Old me vest. W. H. Parsons ;