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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume V. Lethbridrc. Friday, August 23, 210 ARMY WORKERS WILL PRAYi ON DAY OF FUNERAL Four Hours all Mem- bers Will Wcrfk on Thursday NEW GENERAL Army OPENING UP AREAS Durmis, Aug. large syn- dicates have a hunch of men at tfork developing their coal areas oil' the j' j.N'orth Kork o[ the oid Man River, Expresses. Hife Views on and another gang work on the j South Fork Rumor also has it that the Missuin ot the tlltst arc Ipluting putting up a, quarter million 'dollar plant on their property New York, Aug. the stroke_________________ I _ I GREAT TRIBUTE TO THE DEAD GENERAL London, Aug. body of the General Wtlilam Booth -Uy in state today and the occasion produced iueh of respect from alt that probably never been 'excelled. All nations and all represented among the army of ihouiandt who paid their lait tribute to the great evimgaMst. Even before dawn and despite a pelting cold rain, thouiands in front of Congress Hall, Clapton; where the body been the late General'! private dence. Before the general pubtie was admitted, h'owever, a large number of personal friends, public officials and high, officers of the Salvation Army came to pay their I ant respecti. From ,ten o'clock until the day closed. constant., stream of humanity 'ot noon I huudd) ntxt of all industries nij ambition to preseite amd that spirit Despite the ma iei iilisn of the age there is, a neu and growing yearning for a. more ideal spiritual lire, nthich is ictnig is a recording mangel for., the Salvation Aiim Asked whether, the Army still Would he governed on military lines Jtlie General replied that no it; mould because mihlaiv discrpline .givcst a tremendous weight in simplic- Ht> and power to organization, of i biiinlai kind to that displaced bj the Roman Catholic. trims recened b} the Press m repK to queries sent out, Of .the two hundred and eleven points hcaiti fiom one hundred and tfort} tluqe on the Canalfan this past spiing the shoeing sur prising Mbrtson and son and Ririu also did well ln': their Tlie sheep men i ere nearly all irom this distuct ,nd -those, who were, from mi Undo, only call e to learn that I dis tnLt ud faputhern Ubeitd the finest in all lines of sbcep and sniiie Clarcsliolm well in the horses especially m roadster car y. seventeen on the Paci well distributed our the UIICB prdMnces, Percentage of crop cut Wheat ibout 10 oats possibh a barlej, between 2i and 30 flax, about 2 From one hundred and sixty-two cofespondents comes the report thlt harvest mil not be general in their district until August 27 to 30 ROOSEVELT GETS AFTER PENROSE 4829 NUMBER ON GRAND STAND DAYi AND EVENING PERFORMANCES, 6076. Citizen's Day 1912, established -4 ree- ord for the Lethbridge Fair, ceipts being considerably in advance of any previous year.Tliis being tho first rear in which tho gates have, be.en -equipped with modern imposslblo to get a daily comparative statement and the officials are too busy during the exhibition to make It -up from the records. The officials how ever, were greatly pleased with ;the showing and the exhibition has now left the doubtful stage and success, is made absolutely sure. Sightseers poured out to the grounds as faat aa j trains autos, and buasaa could carrj them all afternoon and by four a clock 'the crowd was at its'height The waa-j-.terrifllcally wards evening a cape up and made'condition's more e-ajpj" ,able. The weather proved a money maker for; the vendors of lemonade and drinks and more money was taken m jesterday afternoon than during the previous .days of the fan It was more of a spending day shows aud souvenir vendors: all did a much I better, business. After two o clock the inS lliaric a Eood showing bulk of tlie crowd were on the grand T Passe> s hener, rais stand and the various'racing in Magraih succeeled m winning weie followed with keen interest firfct m ,ts class secunng ting Messrs Har- other pruos ot Ma f (.lnma aulua, aim Manama liuulu ijmi i j Paufic railway lines one on the them all afternoon and by four a clock Canadian Northern railway lines and PEALS WITH PENNSYLVANIA SENATOR IN AN ADDRESS AT WILKESBARRE Wilkesbarre, Pa., Augi -'se- vere attick on Senator J3enrosc, oi Pennsylvania, was made last night by Col. Roosevelt. The Senator, he was liKe a cuttlefish which ene that the iiig showed tbeniselveS to be quite afcrcast of tlio times and for the aum- lier' did quite as well as the; big herds from other pro- vinces. The Shuttle worth stables; of. lilaikie also showed up well .in tlie Ayrshire BIG PARTY OF BANKERS HERE The Union Bank Direct- ors Spend Half a Day in the City Thoroughly Examined' As to the Entries in the Witnesses Give Evidence in Re-1 gard to Checks Not Entered in Records Auditor Has No Knowledge of the Payments of Mr. Whitney That the cum of paid te the Chief of Police for licenses .ItiuetTt'o T. H. Whitney ind Latiff, the pedlar was never produced at the time of the official audit of the books of the police department at the last audit on July 5th and 6th, although the.auditor had asked the head of the departmentvto produce all monies and books in hlc charge at that time, and that the cheque issued by Shepherd and Duniop in payment of James Barclay's fine of three dollars'and amounting in all to six dollars, on March 19th, had never been entered In the cash book nor taken account of in any of the official audits, the charge sheet showing that Barclay had been given time to pay, although the cheque had been made out and handed to the chief shortly after Barclay was Mned; these were the moit Damaging pieces of evidence adduced at this morning's session of the police court enquiry S J. Shepherd and Const. D. Forbes, were on the stand all morning at witnesses for the city, Gibson occupying the box for over two hours 3 When court resumed >thls .morning, Auditor Gibson was put on tho.stand. He testified that lie .had 'been 'cajlpd to make an audit of the police depaitment, staiting; on July 5 and finishing the next day. Mr; Ball: During-the.time you.were making the audit, did you find eveo- distinguished parti ot Union I thing all right, or did jou lequire bank officials and directors, arrived planutious? in the ciU on the 330 o'clock ttain1 Witness- I leqmred explanation m several1 instaneas. x gave.: tlie explana- tions9 Chief GiUespie Witness was then handed the icnarge atternoou, mg this j morning for Calgary and Edmonton, .from Mhich point return east na Saskatoon I In the paitj ucie John Gait, pecs ident, Winnipeg, R T vice- the cases This had been tione after, though net lu his presence, but he was satisfied with explanations sheet maiked EUiibit B, on which Donald Siiand-'.was' supposed'; to have and Clnrlfis Botith qdite a sunng of honors whilt in the Shetland ehws Morlej eleicn won tnc premiei honois i ith his classj litlle ponies. Jerse Cows oi president, 13 I, Drewry, j paid ?5G5f and then time to paj, j Winnipeg M Bull, Winnipeg, P D Witness said he u anted to know if the Jb bad been returned to Shand, and the Chisf produced effect mg where prisoner for the amouiit, entered'-on the effect sheet arrest ed. TUi not coniulfeil at In Exhibit 13, also re' quired an explanation of Vhj -an' er- asure had been made in the case ofi somewhat at a in being pitted against the exhibits of Joseph The special attractions also seemed o give great Judging wa" locf honorjl m bea iontiaued in the horse ring until six exhibit Am ring o'clock and it was expected to be fin ished. by.. noon today. There1" were accidents oC any kind to. mar and the people of Lethbridge showed in a practical way that they are ;Ioyal to their own fair. High prices prevailed, a Medicine at man paying for a Shetlaud ipony. In connection with the I stock exhibit i't may be pointed out ihere thit while tliere were many fancy herds from distant pom ti the farmers of Soutjicrn Albcita made1 ongst the district exhibitors, uho took Messrs n Filling Cardston and I B Hlrie 01 i G. II. Thom- son, Quebec, E E Duvernel, K. C, ton Lt -Col J. Carson, Montreal, G H Balfour, general manager, Win- nipeg B Shaw, assistant gener- al manager, QuebecryP S po, superlntcniient of branches, Win- nipeg. f _ The party ueie here bv the local Hlr G R Tinnmg, Mr. B A Cunningham, president of the Boanl ot Trade, Mr, Donald Dull and Aid1 Skaith, and uere taken toi an auto "trip to view the-district sur- rounding the city, and also to see the exhibition, and b} no means least the city itself.. All were pleased with th'e marked evidence of evpansion, ferath and of the twenty head shown bj the three named farmers nine suc- ceeded m ribbons This is encouraging to local breeders should is an impetus in bring and those who hatl bcch: here before 1 were .particularly .impressed with the improvement noted on all sides. Gait Gardens came in for great praise, and it was declared tha prettiest; spot in citj in Western Canada Thofae u ho came from Montreal and Quebec delighted with. the'.wide streets Frank Swanson, who marke }Citeidiy died dining the week Irom drinkim; -The total death I nca list IMS non reached eleven pan the burnt out motor if the trou- j rlinninfi anJ UUP quite ultased Aleon BoichincK died in terrible hie not too general. He look a the result There xas general regret agoni at 32 street, Maison- force of men to the sub-station latel that the closed on He uab a raving maniac dui- Winnipeg, 'Aug. M.-JThe Ais- ped the southbound, train. (oicii of a delibfrale attempt to ,1'nc hid not been regularh r__....... ___ __ _____ .._........... _____ Wreck tht Linadian I'acilic paiscngci earlJ morning bLfoie 'n the evening ready, to nork ill the biggest du 01 the Sair but it mg his. lait hums of life Shortlj af BLAME DEATH ON SYRIAN TRADERS Kingston, Jamaica, Aug. That killed Presi- dent Liconte, of Hayli, by blow- ing up the arsenal adjoining nil palace on Augunt 8th., WM here yesterday in the Daily Glean- er. had recently itiued a decree whichirulned their builneit in Hayti. anil notations on the sheet, although the magistrate's disposal and the writ ing In the remarks column did tally The magistrate's lemarks said and the wntins m the icinarkii' column said "gnen yaj." He Mas satisfied the planation because there seemed to bo no nibnev. involved. In the casa of A B Lenis, the ?S fiue not produced, but lie took the Chiefs that the monej was la the sate to be tuined in The man- ias fined on Maj 4, but MS not. paid until ihe date ot the audit, Julj, o, when it was entered in the cash book' by Oil S Biyan, ander the auditors direction. llt3lE, Ball Had am way of whetHer tuat fine butore July 5, or'noi' Witness. I have not, Counsel hied to find out there any record of fine nafc paid, but it could Tioi-bS Referring to reco-id book, tha auditor found an entry to the effect1 that ball had Tjeen eelrcated The Chief had told him that the ball had eeitalufy estieated, but not held out leparately frbm the rest of the cash lie ha-d asked for an tion of Tihy the record book the ball estreated and the fine, paid In that the charge sheet showed the notation 'ghen tiina The entry nas made in ths book July n, A E Lowis, filio aud JliOO" This must have beetf Inconect, as It was really bail If, then the bail was estreated on Maj and not paid 01 er until 5 w 6, there muot have been iome-, thing wrong. Ready Cash for MM During the audit lie found the ctih aiipioximateh JoO shoit Thil, th-3 Cnioi explained, was money which he had ufeed foi cash among men The Chief gave him the vari- ous sums making up the J30 roughly out of hU head Th-a counsel for cits, then fore, showed the and! tor had no means er chetkmg up the petty cash, and tins JG.OO might never aave been luined in, but have been used ill the cash account The auditor slid he had no of ing up petty cash, which he undel- siood the Chief got from the Secre- tary-Treasurer, The auditor had asked the Chief, for all the cash which he had. and ho had turned over ever} thing but the ?30, which short, according w the explanation already made. The 1600 of Lewis' (me not appear in the audit, which was made in Gibson'b clerk Ihe olerk witness'thought, would accept Ihe explanation, given time to ap- pearing 'on the charge iheet of Mil J ,On May li, John Vaughn appears on the chaige sheet with remaiK 'given (Continued on page 8 and 11) disostrmls acu on the machine, but after Uk Itiatn No 108 on the Srfonewtll dent would hate occurred Chiei Boll iparl it was found to6 fcranch ,1 a point two miles south the Canadian Padlio pohcc is m my of the coils were burnt, Ihc working on tlie ground .with a liodv machine in too had shape gen'tulv iKoinarno, w-as made' by 51 section pian; early this morning. T'fic train Is due in Winnipeg at nnil lic- .iwcen six and seven o'clock it was )liscoveretl that spikes.had hccn ex ftractcd and angle bars removed Irom both lines of steel, tlie froiwt, ends of the raiks being pulled out until they Btretchfd outside, the tics' m-arks. in (icateil that .the men had keen work- ing on the wrecking job hours, probably early this morning, and the lisplaced matfrial .had all. been car- away. The wrecking crew has iH'en nnahle to discover spikes nr bars. .The section men w'enl nortii ko the nearest wire poiiit-.and stop- could not be helped and the situation terwanls Stephen Sliesork dleil in the _ X1 _, A XT was fared m philosophical mood Genera! hospital, where he had been j ONION Having rested from a strenuous four taken >n the police last night The days' work the stall worked all last eleven boiiies tool; on! llie faces of all I of men and it is hoped that ths 'o make it worth while repairing it night on the dcfcclhc in tlie the victims guci Ui6 plate a giuc wreckers will he rounded up. If the motor had been what was-1 hope of getting the cars in operation sonic (oroner MacMahon iL n. M'llbtlllulllll I1UVCIIIU11IUIIU III I il 111 the first place it would again. The figures for the three days: announced thai ho would not opon i h f gfint who, while IIP had been ;n easy to repair the damage lot opcriUinn were inquest nto the death of this recenlli lus ccnteieii about on .Mounted Po- 1-J last two victims, hut would waitun- lhe Pollcc uei'Ttment as a result of kdmonton, Aug latest and Inspector, he was succeeded br an most sensational development ot scan-1 ex-member of the R MH, SIT- FORCIBLY FEEDING THE SUFFRAGETTES Dublin. Aug. prlwn of- yeiterdty began Ixdlng Mn. Mary Leigh and Mill Gladyi Evini forcibly. The two are the inntenctd for try- Ing to burn the -Theatre ftoyal. They a hunger itrlk.e In the jail and were in danger of dying of -starvation. have beei 'but as it had never given satisfac- tion since installed UK: superintend ent dec-idpd that he would wable no more time on it. It has IxT-n found to a inotoc at either Calgary or I diwm ton wrhlch will answer the purpose, and unless one can be seemed at a 'August IS .small expense at som? point in the 'August .19 west, (hi! cars will not run until the August 20 machinery ordered for the svstfiin-is j iu place. i j Total 1'asscngcrs Carried August 18 Auguct ID August Total Receipts Ioli6 til Tucidai, bj which tina it is fear- critain .ildcrnianic charges is the re- qualities neiicssarv fo cope with prob- tliat more will he added to the jbignntion of Chief Unm which was Icms of (he citv force 5817 list of rtcadh poison victims- No j placed in the hands of the Major and I 1 POII the resignation of Knsor more bodies luic been found in the Commissioners, late this afternoon I tines were made to Lance) to re-, woods n6ai ,st Lambert, although a The ihlcf admits frankh tliat his ac- turn to the city force lie did 10 thorough suaich was made The two I lion is the result of "political intpr- and rtccncd a substantial mcreuiie m SSCIi.65 Russians who wcrp arrested on the (eiencr 'salan he had been paid before. For 315.10 charge of selling the whiskn were I This H, the second lime that Chief ion'a time past there has Ijwa In brought bcfoic (he today has resigned from the ndmon thr -------.They pleaded "not guilti" and their lion force The first' lime was, when _ continued till after the mqucst became Chief Provincial License department under, the- tttd Policc dtpartmeat. ;