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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta i TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald -Volume V. Lethbridge. Alberta. Wednesday, August Number 211 MINISTER OF EDUCATION FIVE THOUSAND SOLDIERS UYS THE CORNER STONE OF NICARAGUA HIED LeUibnilgc's Xcw nal Training' MANYt ADDRESSES Hon. Miv WitCv Weals t) t A FAIR OF QUALITY CAUSE FOR CONGRATULATION la certainly a Fair, of duality. 1 am amazed at the showing, and heartily congrat-ulalc Lethbrldse. We are showing cuttle; 'and It Is a pleasure to be' In such high- f class Simon Downey, Cm-stairs, 'L-othbrldge is to be congratulated on the vast iiientB in the grounds and hnlldillLK Ihp pvl.ll IHn _on! take second place to none, and indeed tho cily as a whole IB showing the signs of a com: Fred Johnson, Calgary. o Ono school a the past four years, anil new scrrools tliis year is the record which HT.K hcen estab- lished by the I.eth'iiridgc School I Board, and it is a record of which 'they arc proud.1 And mi the occasion of the laying oi tlie corner stone oi the new Jlamial trail ling school tills morning, lion. 'J. K..' lioylc, minister of education, took o rcasicm to com- nlilneilt the board aiul the progres- sive citizens of Lctlibridge on their .policy '.with regard 'jo education. At eleven o'clock this morning ceremonv in connectfion with the lay- OUTSIDERS WON THE BIG CATTLE PRIZES Almost an Entire De- tachment Put to Death' by-Insurgents Judging', the Live Stock .is Almost Com- pleted ing of ihe corner slionc of the school was performed by Iflon. Mr. Boyle in j Hie presence of members o[ school hoard, Prot-essor Dyde, presi- dent of Edmonton, ihe school architects, several of tho tea.ehcrs and" a of interested citizens.' This the second corner stone laying the past 'six weeks setting a fficw record ior school growth in Lethbiiiidgc. After a chorus the children led NimmcDS, Ti. Wallace, acting as cb'airman, stated the pleasure he experienced m pie siding such an important ceremony, _ soij important in fact {hat the. board had deemed propel to mule "Mr Bovle present to bundle the This was visitors' day at the Leil: bridge exhibition, and it gave every ths promise c-l being one to talk about. Up to one o'clock fully one thousand paid a-dmissions had paused through the main entrances, and over, five hundred passes. At that hour even street ear was going" out to the grounds loaded beyond capacity, and the livery autos were doing a land of- fice business. The C. P. R: trains were also carrying out large num- bers.- The -Fair this year is attracting more visitors from a distance'than-in any previous year, and all points from Calgary south, are-well repre sented. The racing: commenced this afternoon, and there was no doubt at noon of, th-a grand stand holding a capacity, crowd, Everything'is In'.splendid running order, and; while here and there it I complaint is heard, things .are run to ning sraoathly and the exhlbito a ad I a whole are eminently satisfied GO TO .PRESS EARLY. Tomorrow being a civic half- the Herald will ue published at 'noon. Advertis- ers are urgod to govern them- selves accordingly Chairman GalbMtth in opemnt bisj Mr Ho} le m attaining to the position oi The exhibits closer than jesteidij 1 gone out to see the auto races IX minister of education in Alberta, and j hibitors in the main building -were believed 'that no greater dignity could heard" to complain yesterday, 'but to- have been conferred on the honorable gentlenyan." Hon. 'Mr. Boyle, he said, rime into the position v ith A full know ledge of the difficulties Mould confront him that the minister would render it the day th-are was nothing but 'smiles Judging of livestock well undei way at the Fair A'gootLstart which hdtl llpen miide on (attle but he helped tompleted at noon and in that department vas Prof Hut ton, oC the Experimental Farm; La- attention and support it Ho combe uas judge and entire Jiopcd that he would lead the educa- satisfaction iional movement iir the province, and with all the educational system the rural school .to the university to look after, he believed that he .would find wide scope talents. With regard to the opening ol the manual training building Chairman .Galbraith said that the 'board has had the mat- j inr under advisement-.for a long .time, but had at last come to the conclu- eion'that pay atten- tion to the utilitarian'side of educa- tion, and in erecting a school solely for that purpose it the start, .the 15Q wcre tutMd city of setting a .new, ,ias several .rooms..-in record m the province. i private'bouses, but cannot take care Silver Trowel tor -Minister Tlie chairman then presented (Continued on page S) HOTELSCAN'T MEET DEMAND CROWDS SO LARGE THAT .MANY CAN'T GET SLEEPING AC- CpMMODATION At the Alexandra yesterday'nearly MAY ATTEMPT TO KILL HIM But Dr. Sun Yat Sen Is StUl in Laud ot Ln London, Aug. Sun Sen the ex-PTesiflent of. China, will arrive in Tnlui-i tonight oi tomorrow norn ing. So cables the correspondent at Tieii.Tsln-of the Daily Mail.. .It Is con- sidered probable tha ,Dr Sun s life will be'attempted at Tien Tsin before proceeding for Peking. He wiUcon.- sult with who .absconded from Peking, and ie now a refugee in tho British cdncas sion theie The correspondent at Hankow the Times telegraphs 'Local opinion is unmoved by the execution ot General Chang Chen Wu who was considered a troublesome ras cal, and deserved his fate. Peking's indignation will subside the :harges against him are understood. The incident is regarded as empha- sizing the satisfactory character al Alanagiia, -Nicaragua, Aug. -is (De- layed in Nearly the entire detachment of Nicarag- uan troops, comprising the garrison b-f the city of Leon, to the north of Managua, was massacred by a force of -insurgents last night; according to reports, which reached the capital to- day. On Friday news wag received by the government that the Liberals a! Leon had risen In revolt, and General Chamorro dispatched a force of troops to suppress the movement, and to reinforce tho garrison of the city. The government troops, on reach- ing: Leon, camped on the plaza in the centre of he town The insurgents who, greatly outnumbered the govern- ment force, attacked tlie city on Sat- 'urday.Vand after engagement tthe garrison 'sur rendered. Instead of holding their ciptive's piiboners ot i war after their subralsBion, it is re- ported, that the troops7 were slaught- ered-by the rebels. Out of a force of D 000 men all ueie killed except only Following the repulse of the. insur- gents last Wednesday night after a four-days' 'battle at Managua, in which i American marines, and bluejackets from the gunboat .Annapolis and from Panama played, a.. prominent part as defenders of the capital, the insur- gents retired, ostensibly to their hea-d- Quarters. .tb6 capital of the department of. the same lying to the south of Managua. It -was learned ;hy the government day nonet er that the jnsurgents ha-d sent a large arms and'a .of ammunition from Mazaya to Leon, through the .ufeiuitain passes, and that the rebels were hurriedly con centrating their fprees'.at the 'entrance of ,the town. known that General Nega the secre- tary of leader of.'the in- Burtents hose health has become greatlj impaired, had gone to Leon to direct the operations of hu men Com munications 'between. .Managua and tho outside world '.by Vay of Corinto. on, tlie Pacific side of eith- CARMANGAY AGAIN WINS DISTRICT EXHIBIT PRIZE v GREAT POULTRY SHOW The exhibition of poultry is certainly, much the largest 1 have seen in'the South. It is R. distinct credit" to the: Fair, and shows tho development of this line of industry in the South. 1 am feieath pleased with the shon .never Judged- with greater- satisfaction; than at this N. Barker, Card- ston. Entries Were Not, Large but Winning Display was Well Worthy of Prize Known Cardston Farmer Gets Prize for Individual Exhibit COWLEY SECOND IN DISTRICT EXHIBIT vear the district is >er crops wliich No.'l. HON. JOHN :R.. BOYLE Minister of laid the cornerstone of tht new" Manual Train- ing School er by cut off since of communication or bj railroad has been A NEW SCHOOL BUILT DAILY .ALBERTA'S EDUCATIONAL PRO- GRESS WIN 1STER IS f LEASED That J Iberia is still and thau it is setting a fister pict .than is the opinion of lion I (Monday The number of entries in- the .dis- Cannangay is situated in a section tntt exhibits at the Fair this j ear u here the crops ripen a little quieter; not large, but those that jthan in most sections and the yield there were not only well arranged j is -always among the top notchers. hut also well designed to the t The evlnbit at the fair is not onlv productiveness of the districts repre- 1 varied, showing grains and. grasses sented. lof the finest but there is a siir- Girmanga) again von the honors J in the dry farming district exhibit, and deserved to This and productive district carried oft the first and the Buchanan cup lasi and again their enterprise has jeen rewarded "with, first honors, The Aldersyde branch ,of the O.P.R. is peopled with good f aimers, in thej Pusin8 product showing that the soil of the Carittanga) district can the very best. The arranged with an eye to artistic effect and that the good ladies of Carmangay had 'a hand in it is abundantly apparent by, the name Carmaiigaj being displayed tn large letters made oi grams of test sense.of the word good, and this wheat u lme meanfc a-lot of RECEIPTS OF THE STREET For (he First Three Days Night's Tie-up-' uprising 'on that day at'L'ebn, The spvennce R boUc minister oi edutition g raused by m the Cltv today to I'eriorm ihe I ceremony of layihgd the; corner stone 4iJ09 1 utsddy I he above table shows patient work, but the reward comes in the honors uon The exhibit wa? arranged by Mat or McNaugliton and1 Town Clerk Wilson and it is a utc to their decorating genius The Hoard of Trade oi Carmanpiy deserving of commendation for the enterprise shpun in conjunction with the district agricultural society and.' the honors won have spurred tion to repeat the inck at tbe Dry1 Panning Congress uuen the compeu-i tion will he keener and considerably more extensive. Cowlcy Was Secoiifl Cai'rangav given 82 points and Cowley " second with b2 points exhibit was not quite -is extensive as that 01 but it furnished a great Dig surprise to those ulio thought that the jCountt) had no rich irs -Receipts Jands Cow ley is just at the J, immense coal fields and it 315 SOJ' not surpassed in the provirice 355 00 (Demoted for so manj jeais to ranch-t rtibults 1Ilg li fs uon IorEmE the front as the [private houses, but 'of nearly all the people, who apply for accommodation, silver trowel to be used in laying tho j The-, Lethbridge is booked practic.l- stone to Hon. Mr. Boyle. M. thc timc lil1 At the Arlington last night about 25 people slept in the rotunda, and one man put in the night in the bus a, i i (alter.he [ound'everv place else filled Wat he had had tho of lay- the corner stone.: of a manual I ,j h same school. He congratulated' to the Hoard and the citizens. "But, S i J" fact, there is he lariesl crowd might have known that, the people of, i tj ol visitors in vhe city at the present Lethbriclfie would have nothing which tas In his Tton. Mr. Boyle stat- ed that this -was the first time since his acceptance of his new position Illic he said in'commenting thnt.a whole school was In be given over to practical educa- tion. and the hotels are utterly unable to accommodate the traffic. possible for them to get accommoda- tion if thcv wished to remain. All the trains to the'city ate car- rying crowded coaches. Four coaches Referring to, practical education, from Uardstpn this morning brought Mr. Boyle followed the educational jn at lcast.700 and Itom movement, through., the past fifty j Stirling standing room' vv.-.r, st p-cars.and showed that from a Most people came to Jng in thinking the idea now is to I the city for only one dij-and will re- itrnin boys and girjs in. a practical j turn this evening. It would be Way so that they may be better citi- Eens. The inaiiual training and do- mestic science .departments are for. just that .pnrposc. The greatest difficulty, however, was to get teachers for these depart- ments.. Very few of the teachers in iAlberta at the present lime have the proper qualifications. While, hc said, lie would not outline the government policy along this line, he hoped that .the (iime would conic very soon when the normal schools of the province will have thn equipment and teachers (Continued on hack -he relations between Vice-President Li Yuen Hung and Yuan Shi Kal. The oyalty of the former to the'presi dent contributes materially to the tability of the new government. 'Trade is booming, and the ex-ceplion of cotton, are abund- ant. Thus, there is a prospect of compensating losses caused by the stoppage of trade after tbe revolu- tion, iby the growth of prosperity arid high wages and the demand (or har- vesters; is simplifying the problem. 'Ninety-nine per cent, of ths> popu- lation urgently desire nuiet. Although many dread Yuan Shi Kai's influence, he is regarded as the only possible head of government at the pre- sent juncture, and it it believed that the outlook ig better than at any time since the outbreak of the revolution, COMPOSER OF FLORODORA IS BANKRUPT London, Aug. statement by the official receiver in bankruptcy aa to the affairs of Barrett, better Thomas Augustine known as Leslie of the first three ilajs' oi dlstrlct and wlth sut-u the Lethbridge Mumcipnl street right at it the uew Manual Iraramt, building the Lethbridge Mumcipnl street are up the record ol sjstem ,s satis- 'ls the mdustrml sectlbn of the me school district a da, h factor) indeed, keeping m the "jere should be money iwd m an the bVr ,faet that there arc onlj tonr ds ..nn aid In net ar, gtovvmg tumnng.. If ,t had been possible than tint There is at least one nev e had treble the nmrtcr of cars school building going up even div in it is safe in saving; that Uie street the vear the cities are making cir revenue nould read, cash market S have shown hand me >ear nnilt the cities are maKing UUUMI imvc unuu j such uilh tholi education il soma. returns. The of business j J r institutions that one can haidh keep done dailv at present. W. ve- track of them all. .idlj I look Ior hides of all kinds plt'ing to and iiom them to up lor i tars Stuart, composer oi! Florodora, sayc that the failure is due to the pirating of1 his miiBic by which the composer Mr. Boyle has. not been in Lcth bridge foi thne vears and he was greatly surprised -with' the growth of s city. He was taken' for an auto- the Individual Fvlnbits In the mdnidual exhibits for Perry, of Cards- t honors 781 almost as !ete .is the district showiojl >nd stamped the u u up-to- farmer Tt lost in ten years 1899.: According "to-the Leslie Stuart's royalties for Florodora were while The Silver Slip jieiyThe School Girl, the Belle of May- Havana, Peggy and the Slim Prin- cess each paid The compos er's liabilities are and Ills as- sets following i moliii rile this mo ning J itatement Fleetwood and .the members of school hoard, and '.vvasMoud in KINC GEORGE'S GROUSE SHOOTING London, 11 br ce Aug. George nhot if D niise yesterday on Lord lefton's Lancashire nioom, tbo shoot- party pins and 'air .is proof o! this The trouble r Xight louards nine o'clock la-it night one'hilnt creditable to any farmer juid the coils on the motor, ninth not only attracted attention but the drnes the gelii-r.itoi, bccaAe sholt (1iarmest commendation of tie sight- circuited and tho car service was tied '..ceis, to say nothing ot the kodak up until hctivren and six o'clock tins morning, when Supt ficid and] Ml of Kipp, was second Braise of file development ol thc citv hls ,taft after haimg been working 6S mj his exhibtl lan thrmigh the night m ilio a most creditable one Ht i, a RE INDICTED BECKER putting ;malteis in lirst' class rtape farii et who is investing brains lork Aug 1 evidence un morc' ihe addltioiul as and ln expectedly .strengthened: by the testi-jcars Supt. Reid is expeqting theso j Third honois were won hr Mrt L mony of Sam Schepps and Tacl 7cllg any'minute, but so far no word B Losev, Winmired with 60 noihls ant Charles Be-kei foi the murder o hr're tllo.v arc or tjel arc oft-onlv in varietj His stuff was all Herraan Rosenlhil and handeu 1'leli to be here high glade and a distinct credit to thp od indictments igamst six of his alleged tools, the four glir men accused of actually being the ho total bag i02 brace i local murderers and Uo who ire alleged 'ecord have taken pirt in the plot HAMMERSTEIN QUITS LONDON London, Aug. Hammer- slclll, answering a cabled Inquiry lias cabled the Loiidon Chronicle Ms. dr; liniie decision to abandon his effortr in l.ondrn nnd dispose, of biy opera house. GENERAL'S WIDOW INJURED Cobourg, Ont., Aug. Bing- ham, widow of Gonernl Blngham, of Chicago, ,vvas seriously Injured lodny by falline from .a second storey win; dow. SCOUTS FOR THE VISIT his farming abilltv Irrigated Farming In the farming competi- tion Ravmond was the only eihUitor and was awarded 86 points If there hid Lfcn competitors the; would have had to go some to beat out Rai- The variety ol produce shown PREPARATIONS BEING MADE ll'c would have been hard to beat Ilicic were prob- STRENGTHEN THE LOCAL CORPS ably more favorable comments made 'on llie arraging of thc Raymond K- Ihe Duke of fonnaught s visit here hibit than any other in thr building .in October next ib causing quite .1 It ivas, a line piece of uork and re- sui 'imongist the Bov Scouts in the llected responsible for city who arc making elaborate pro- it. The exhibit was a most satisiac- parjtions lo give His Moyal Ilighncus -lory advertisement lor irrigated farm- a. flattering reception.. Canon McMil- ing. len-is organising a troup' of scouts, P. Carter. Magrath, won lirst which my body not yet associated for the individual exhibit in jwtth the movement may join as cliih nave also ncciiicd The irrigated farming and if it is proper to dl'av. deductions from ihe exhibit The number ol district exhibits In the left hand top corner, be the new and Impoting entrance in the right top the judge's stand and the vaudeville platform In front of the grind stand. Everybody' will recognize the centre view at that of the main building, the left at the bottom one gets i.glimpic oMhe'ttoek the right a the midway and mam ?hoto by A1. E. a company ol' scouts at once Mr. Carter must certainly be getting' tin order that Ihe ranks mar be the maximum of results from his'ir- slrenglhpned to as large a number as rigated land, l.v was accorded 86. possible, will bo left un- points, thus equalling the district ex- jdone to nwlie the Lethbridge coin- hibit from Kaymonil. Jpaiiy of Hot- .Scouts one of ihe larg- j est and most eflrctivc in Wpstern probably sulTered this jear (roiri Canada. The hoib .ire alieadv en-fact that so many hoards of thu.scd with the ide.i of paiadmg he- aic husv getting ready for tbe' fore Mis I'.gllneis, and Congress m Octohrr when nonors nifl there is every reason to believe thatJiavc to bf won fiom a Mi te i ictuioublc on cbnipctitois, ;