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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume V. Ledibridjje.jAlberta. Friday, Atigtiht 10, Number 210 CANADA TO MAKE BIG DISPLAY AT CONGRESS MR. BOfiDEN IS NOW A BURGESS OF GLASGOW Canadian Talks on Responsibilities of Dominions WARMLY GREETED His Speech on Empire Affairs Heartily Received Glasgow, Aug. Bor- dcn is having a heavy day here, the great Scottish industrial centre put i ing-forth ctxceptional efforts io hon- or him and: him fitting cnter- Tine most; notable Incident naturally was tho of the freedom of the city and the ceremony was witnesses by a large company, comprising high civic and university officials, industrial magnates anil rep- resentatives of semi-public bodies, the gatheiing being thorouglm resentative ol" the ,best oi Glasgow life Premier Borden arrived overui] at the Central Station hotel. Lord Sir -John Home Stevenson on him this morning and to- jrfther-ithcy visited many places of .Kelving Rove Art the. Universitv and. Cathe- dral mid Jay tht utv thamuers veie leached, where "the iuagii.trj.tes "traduced- _Jhe then to iSi Andrew't> Hall, several more presentations folio ivod Jn {his historical camp look place he Lcreinony of the presentation ol .the freedom of the city, which lastrl cd about half, an hour. Lord Provost Stevenson loudlf applauded referring to; the great penal inissioti which iPremier Boru> 91 and his colleagues had undei taken' n Britain An enthusiastic cnption met the Canadian Premiec 3ie rose to reply and it Vas--. evident rthat .he was'deeply impressed tl of the. welcome and his r. pressipn of thanks was most hea i fill. His most notable remark i vas concerned with the status of the oj et- seas dominions in view of the will of the responsibilities of the Dm) one "We must he said, 'I that es the great dominions grow er, influence and than' those within the boundario s j of ftliese islands there is need for fur- iher modification of constitutional re- lations ami.that certain respori ;libUi- .ties now assumed absolutely j. the people of these islands and hy pirliamuit must bo shared bj the great overseas dominions. "We are cuimnceu tiiac tne ncrpss the sea must he kept F retire iln no other way can the Britis li em- pire be kept together The sccu ithe seas is essential to the cm ?ire sis breath is to" the liffi of the jndiv. 'dual! Great as has been., the: FJ-. ppire's C. P. R. ORDERS 7000 STfJEL BOX CARS Montreal, Mtg. Can- adian Cai emu Foundry Com- pany has from the Canadla n Pacific Railway a six million -aollar order for en tliousaii.a steel 'box cars to be delivered during the first halt of uaxt year LOCATE GANGSTER IN MASSACHUSETTS Trace Found of Bad Man Wanted in New York REMAIN STILL DP IN THE AIR A Fiemarkable Invention lairne 1 to Have Been -Made by a German Berlin, .Aug. .TugHche Rir idsliau says it learns tliat a Ger ma n engineer has' made a remarkable inv entlon, permi'tting1 an aeroplane to lei hulii stationary in tile an at a en point for indefinite period. The :form.-of 'aeroplane for which th Is accomplishment is claim ediditfejB ladically from nny heaviei machine hitherto !The military author ties aie to- fcje enthusiastic oAer the new imen ,Uon, as it opens up incalculable pos aibilitos in observation and the chop Ping of explosives Tho> Tagliche Ruhdsbau i sajs it would hesitate to circulate the Tiouncement, which serins, f fantastic onats face, were the in 'formation, no't uiuiueationable: New York, Aug. loruay Whitman today hopeiully awaited word from Metliuuc, Mass., regarding Harry Morowitx, known as "Gyp the Blood" and Louis Uosen- zwcifc, alias "Lefty the much wanted men in the Roseii- tiial murder case. Four detectives are searching Methune for the who sent a toll-tale postcard to "Bridgie" Webber, Webber received the postcard yes- terday enclosed in an envelope'. The card read "Dear Pal: Do the best you can MAGRATH TO STRIKE HALF MILLION Wheat Crop at Garden City Estimated To Reach that Figure We arc all right. (Signed) Your Pals, L. and 0." The prisoner gambler showed the card to his counsel, Max Steur, sav- ing that lie was .convinced that was "Lefty Louie's" writing. Mr Steur informed the States' Attorney and the prison keepers combed. .Web- ber's cell for the bits of the torn en- velope which, after much trouble were reconstructed from the pieces.; T.he envelope showed that it had been mailed from Methune, Mass., on'Wed- nesday night Dtstiict Vitorncv Yesterday saw Jlje first car of ne wheat Magrath. The Alber la Gi.iin Co starled Wednesday, on Thurs 1 day. This establishes a record fo UNION MEN ,WON IN .DOCK Aug. A- fight 'between Unionist: and non-Unionist longshore men. at docks resulted in -eleven men being injured. ,The turbance arose from the determination of the Unionist laborers to prevent the employment oC Union men were victorious. The telephoned to beputv I'G- lice Commissioner who at once sent four detectives-to Methane; There were reports today witz has relatives in ijlethune. A reward of has been.altered: !or the capture of the tv, o men Thii, price will he paid for the fugitives dead or Tlip District Attorney aid todav that he did not Io' tlie irurdcr trial until Jic had captured Horowitz and jnlcss ho had to The public prosfcu 01 lias asked Governor [or an extraordinary session of the Court to trj the Rosen thai murder case, and the governor, it isHmSerT stoml, ill appoint Supreme Court Justice Ooff to piesidr j presided at first trial of Moll in J eaux and the .murder trials of.. :Dr-j Samuel Kenned v and Albert Pat-j rick Until the arrival of now 011 his waj here from lTof Springs, early-shipping t'ro'm the Magrath'din trlct; O. Blumcl, manager of the Sunn Belt -Grain and Elevator Co. at Ma it i grain, -was in ,the city yesterday anc he places the estimate of the Mag-rat! wheat crop bushels. Mr Blnmel is .an man and hn lived .in the -Magratti district for the past fourteen' years. His estimate may" therefore he! taken as fairly ac tuipte While this is a slight falling off :from the 1911? shipments 000 bushels, '.the' will more than make AID better grade o this year's product. This year thtraotf leTin m6rnins al fOUL' fo, respective towns, but led m the CI R freight Su- tor somc rcawn whlch lncy are d, a peuulondent Foit> to figure out thev U-PII Opcntuib AssisUm amj wln II parson has been all STOMACH PIERCED BY FORK TINES tFEARFUL 'ACCIDENT'BEFALLS A SOUTH FORK TING ALONG .NICELY Pinchcr Crerb, Vug J5 Stev- ens, a rancher in the South Fork country, met with a fearful accident the othei daj, w hicn may be attend- ed with iery serious results. It ap- man the often happens in >anl switching, and the whole upper part Ul leaving tho truck, landing on racks Chairman of Coniiiiittcp Aid. A dumb', and newspaper on board" The first four men will lie there-' b'o: cause Ihev aie directh mtcrnstcd in cir the line Adams tie there because he Street ;WHlth government's action. a result of the WANT C.P.R. TO UUILD TO WATERTON LAKES Cardston, Aug. tfy j.closa of of Trade meeting on Wed- neiday night a member of Sie Board nnnounced. that tho LethbrH'tee Board was tnkiiiK up tho matter of i the C. p. n running a through tra in to the Waterton lakes resort, It .was augKCRtcd Umt tlm i Cardslon should alyo aak atspintlar re- solution, nncl forward H joncc, antl It was arranged tlial, pxecutivc, E. N. Barker, J. V. Card, S. S. Nowton Win. Laurie, Hepp.ler, and. W. II. Steed should, meet, and "pus such a resolution to bo forwarded at is coining to be a'popular one and at the. present time the only menus of access Is by driving from Cardston. This m a tedious trip, and is no. incolitlve to toiiriata making the distance their summering- place, proposed to nsk. that thp. train be run only during the camping "scuaon. i The jud gang is husv to ,b mtclcsted too? anrt Ulo bo n" lioar" the of on the lust street car which ever clanged down llic si reels of l..clhbridgc. That is flic program for. the' opera- lion of tlie first street car in city. Superintendent Hold stated this morning that, the early start is made necessary in order that the car may get over the line before traffic' begins It is ralher early in the morning PROF. BLEWETT WAS DROWNED NOTED SCHOLAR, FORMERLY OF WINNIPEG. LOSES LIFE IN GEORGIAN BAY I from Edmonton tlml ho bringing f- Toronto, Onl., Aug. Geo. I back entries tor 31 horses, 11 rattle, nt the fmr Piobable enttlts out ol the queM. there are luue as many entries j I ho classes mentioned already as Ihere peirs he engaged in hauling "lien in some manner the load upset ist Siemens was thrown violcntlj' to the giound, falling on i hai fork, the M1, tines of which pierced his stomach keen were last veur. The. .following .shows that there, will verv competition in all classes Horses 197- entries j Cattle ,171 j Sheep in i Swine 1'oullry OHO H Pawson .this morning wirtid ald sccurad as sooh i possible and at latest accounts tlie man was doing as well as, could bc expected. John Ulewett, professor of theology sheep and 70 swine, besides two hut the first catgo is to much inter-, ested in the success of the firstjour-j ney that they are all sure to oe on hand. .Suporintendeltt Doughty has a large, force of men husy today cleaning off the tracks so that there, should he no difficulty in making the run page llj.' and German at Victoria university, cars of poultry. Oeo. Lane is ship- was drowned this morning at, 'hisiping two cars of stock from Edmon- summer home al Go Home, a remote: ton, while Mr. Cox, an outside, cx- rcsorl on (leorgian Hay in Mushokn. Ihibitor, is bringing down three cars. No paitie.ulars have been received, (In all there wii! he 25 cars in the In philosophy the late Dr. Ulewctt special stock train from Kdmonton, prohably stood first in the whole of 'without reckoning the racing stock, and many of his published which will add several cars. are well known. He was ordained in 1898 and labor- ed in Manitoba and then came to the Northwest conference. I post graduate courses lie then took at Ilarvanl, HARVESTERS LEAVE MONTREAL .jMontreal, Aug. first har- vesters' specinl trains starting direct- ly from tfb'nti-e'al left this WINNIPEG TO SPEND MONEY Winnipeg, meeting of the City Council todaj, It was decided to submit four monej b> laws, aggregating. to the ratepayers on September 13 next. exhibit That is the beit ncwi which the exposition committee has rftCthM ed for sornfi time Coming, ai it don on top of the announcement of UM Un- ited States department of agriculture that the} would place a hibic, requiring square ,of. floor space, It Impresses on one realh nide spread. Interest, which the CongreBB is arousing in and should awake the people to the fact that the Dry-Farming CongreH ii something bigger than they have pro- hably yet. realized! Should Make HI it Dry v'-- Canada and the totted Siuwi will' side by aide in friendly rivalry for agricultural honors It will be the first lime In the history two counlrieg that they met on such a footing on daoadian the event ibould make history It certainly make higtory m It will he a rhaln' i.n'which, the pro v ducta of the soil ill the two countries will be pitted against other, 'and r there is not {he least douibt that bpth' countries will do all in their powfr. .to sain1 the supremacy in thia of peace But it Is in the announcement Ihat the Dominion government wllf erect own exhibition building that Chair man McNIcol, of the Exposition com- mittee, is interested .luat now the chairman is deeply engaged m look- ing after exhibitors at the Lethbridge' Fair, but this does not deter hhn from won-; ing f about providing dation for the exhibits atJ the Dry-' Farming Congress 60 the ment that the Dominion government erect their own exhibition palace remoieB l load of anxiety from his mind, If possible the Federal exhibiti of the two countries will placed In elde They will without the most magnificent of fum produce ever seeuJn WWtern and opportunity to the countries vie nith another in friendly competition, is too chance to miss Bo It Is Hkelr the United States governmmt wfll the newto oonstrueted pwltir louse for exhibit, while Do- minion government wlH tbeir building alnngnldc That Congress management to hft tkt Extent if exhibit. Perhaps uot half a dosen LethbrMge have as yet extent of the expositioo, wkleh will orm the interesting feature of the ig Congress After lonj Blannllf he expoaltion management BTO- Wed over halt a mile of lor exhibits And judging by-the apbn- :ations for space which are ilng to come In this will han ncressed to a full mile Thertmonnt it floor space available for eihlblts, ij using the stables, which form ex cellent exhibit booths for the Individ- ual and district exhibitors, is now ut- most aquant feet, But the 000 feet of floor space is quickly dis- posed of wh'en such applications ss the following are received Dominion government 5000 feet U S 4000 feet Alberta government 5000 feet Saskatchewan government ,5000 feet Manitoba government 1000 feet Britiih Columbia gov't 2000 feet 1 (Continued on psge SIR WILFRID IS COMING TO THE WEST Ottawa, Aug. is understood that at a conference participated in here yesterday by Sir Wilfrid Hon. Fisher. Hon. Chas. Mur- phy, Sir I''rcdcrick Hordoii and Chief Liberal Whip Pardee, It wag decided tiiat 'the ex-Premier will take no part in the forthcoming naval conference when Premier Borden returns to Can- ndn, Sir Wilfrid LaUrjer will for tlie West, August 27, and will attend tho Canadian forestry convention At Victoria. It wili be late In September before ho. returns and afterwards Intends to tour the province tarlo, delivering a number of spsecli- cs. Theie Is a possibility that-the MbVrnls will consent 'to iiavu' contribution if UM t can show its an ;