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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume IV. Lethhridge, Alberta, Friday, Deccinhci-1, 1011. Number INDUSTRIESMAGRATH WILL JOIN IN WHICH MAY BIG PUBLICITY CAMPAIGN Industrial Committee o Board of Trade is Busy CIVIC POLICY Definite Ruling .Wanted About industrial 'Sites H the various manufacturing which are now bains consid- ered ihe noiii-d or-Tradu uvor 'be- come u reality, Luthbfldgu will 'lay bo a very important maniifai'Snr- tng centre. At. lllBt iiight's meeting of tho council of the Board, the Whole- sale and Industrial Committee hold the floor most of the time, and pro- Bonted reports of several factories "which may eventually loca-to here, should the reports of their emisBnr- ies who have looked over opportunit- ies here, be adopted by the institu- tions. Industries Look Lethbridgewards Amons industries which E. A. Cunningham, chairman of the Whole' Bale and Industrial Committee, is treating with at the preeent time, arc ti gas tractor manufacturing concern, which has a large business in Alberta, ruid ig seriously considering tho estab- lishment ot a repair manufacturing plant here, which would also deal ex- tensively in mine machinery; a Mine hnrl brick concern, with an enviable a vinegar factory, n sack bag and awning company; a five-thou- sand barrel flour mill, and factory tor tlie manufacture of specially tem- pered plough points. All these pro- positions looked over the .opportun- ities here very :.curefnlly, and results slmld be apparent within ''a View months. Disposition of Industrial Sites There is one-matter, however, on which the Wholesale and'Industrial .Committ-ee is not very clear. Tliey do not know as yet just how the city intends to deal with its industrial or not will sell outright, or whether they will lease only, it is a matter which Is serious- Board of Trade Hears Percy Leech and Enters En- thusiastically Into Come Strong to Convention Here Magratli. Nov. L.-Ijecch, i H was explained by one of the speak- of Taber, representing the Associated tionrds of Trade of Southern Alberta, :net iviili live: live wires of Ihe local lourd last night, and when he leaves 'or C'Hi'dtftou this evening he will be i of Magrutll's application ers that In order 'for the government to establish continuous nervine It would bfi necessary to have one hun- dred fwhacribers. It was thought Unit ihis could be done and a coinmit'-'ee was unpointed uid choijue which will entitle ihis i by the chair to investigate the matter own ''o membership in the association land report at the next meeting of Tor the year 11H2. Thn meeting was full enthusiasm, every one present being a booster for Magrath and Soii- I them Alberta. .President D. H. Ulnghain wan in the the board. The committee appointed were .1, J. Head, B. Alatkln and .Mel vln. They wore instructed to confer wilh J. W. Woolf, the local represent- ative. chafr and 1J. Matldn acted as I After several other minor subject? tary protein, in the unavoidable ab- sauce of tho secretary, D.W. Blnghiiin. A fair number of the members wore present considering the .busy season, and much valuable business WRB tran- sacted, Before Mr. Leech was introduced business the matter of a, better telephone ser: tencee came had been dealt with -the chairman presented Mr. Leech, of Tabor, who throughout his address was listened to with rapt attention. Mr, Leech Speaks -Mr, Leech's speech 'was a plain, H'3 clear-cut seii- right from the shoulder, vice was considered at aom-e length, nntl clinched, his points (Irmly. He This is a much mooted Question and has agitated the hoard for some time. displayed the true Southern Alberta (Continued on page 5.) COUNTRY TO FOOT THE BILL OF REV. DR. CRUMMINGS' IDEA TEACHERS' EXCUR- SIONS Otiawa, Out., Dec. western teachers' excursions a perma- PRINCESS PAT SAILED TODAY COMES TO CANADA LADEN WITH PRESENTS AND A BOB- SLEIGH London, Dec. An interested crowd, mostly Indies, witnessed Prin- cess Patricia's -departure from Hus- ton today. Ar.iong those present at Connalight, Princess Mary Louise, tlic station were, Prince jArthur bi Earl Grry, Hon. Dudley Ward, repre- nent cause thcin to serve seating tlic Colonial Office, Lord an objective as -Veil as'a subjective Weymcss, ami purpose and- te place-.their general pnget. Her Royal Hiirli- ivany Christ- a bobsh'igli rangisnicnts under tho de- ,loss. is wilh pa'rtniciiliof iininigraiioii is nias the idea oi licv. Dr. Kbcr Crummy, (or llor mvn llse of wiio conferred oil BL001 STAIN ON BILL IfllaUE Brother of Murdered-Cal- garian Put Under Arrest AN'OTHER WINSTON CHURCHILL TO RAISE AN IMMENSE LOAN Will Pledge Country's Credit to Keep Up Two to One Standard in Announcement of Canada's 'Policy Would be in Order navy loan, "Undoubtedly Canada means con- tributing in JUnd or cash. The result A i maJ" mean co-operation among the W I tLU stains of the empire such as will stagger Germany." Posed as an Uncle Has Cleared .Out _Calgary, Alia., Dec. sensation. London, Doc. Daily Express! result that .before it had been paid alluding to tlic rumor that Winston j most of its ships would be out of (late Churchill is contemplating a new huge find fit for the scrap heap. Under tlie present policy or paying for new construction out of annual 'revenue no more new shins are laid down than are absolutely necessary to meet the needs cf immediate future with resultant economy in Germany Is carrying out tier ambl- KVom time to time proposals have tious program of naval construction been put forward-for a short naval by loan and to keep Pace >n loan covering' new construction and adequate ratio already taxes the re- distributing the burden of a consider-j sources of the taxpayer of tho United able Increasing in armaments under j Kingdom. Were Germany to extend a period of years. This policy lias her building program, which just'now hitherto been discountenanced at. tho: has reached the greatest expansion RUSSIA SEEKS A SLICE OF PERSIA Czar is Apparently Hun- gry for Persia's Real Estate BRUTAL MURDER Looks as if Bear's Claws are Sharpened for Fray Calgary ten days ago. They have strong network of evidence. Tlu'y yry ooKing-for-another named An- derson, .wh'ij posed us ihe uncle yf tile Ahiong tiie'exlunits is. a nioodsUin- cd S3 bill which'can be identified. Tlie ibjcct of.-the crime was money. Middle'ion is a year old joy, who came'iiere from Winnipeg a uontli ago. ;1 bookkeeper. warship. j mind rather -than an immediate loan, A loiui would tend 16 extravagance'which hardly .seems warranted, under in ihe construction program with the existing conditions. GREAT PIKES TROUBLE GERMANY OVER OUT WITH ,ONLY TWO TRADES AFFECTED licfljn.rDpc. Thi! niital workers wbicli went i GREAT ACTIVITY IN REAL ESTATE THE 1912 FORWARD MOVE IS FORESHADOWED fN PRES- ENT-MOVEMENTS boom, which is predicted for Lethbridge -for the com- ing year come many 'announcements of real estate changes which have taken place during the past few days. There ig no doubt in ihs minds of investors that Lethbridgc properly be in great demand within a few ANARCHY IS RAMPANT AT CANTON DISARMED, POWERLESS TO COPE WITH THE the At Liverpool she was met hv C'oun- Hong Kong, Chliiaj Dec. month-3, and many are taking advan- though the reign ot piracy on tlie tage of the; opportunity now offered West River has been cheeked1 to buy good property which will find vigilance on board river, ,7'eady year at a greatly ad- the situation on shore is _ to en ,'vnncecl urice._ mferly chaoilc. In lownranil settle ast night, has already altccied Asimith and Undsey this morning ments along tile river most deplorable- _______ 000 lo SliO.OfiO men. Heph'scnlativcs report estate sales as being more, out rages are frequently occuTring even; post of Persian ticasujer-general. (of mcii.v.-ho had refused- lo accept brisk than ever. Tliay intend cWry- agreement drawn up liy a joint ing on a progressive advertising cam- ys it iiojie diplomacy at St. 1'eteis.burg mil buc- ceed in arranging u s.itisfactorv wt- tlement of the issue because, bringing about the partition oi Per- sia is to be deplored and woulii: be a serious strajn in the Anglo-Russian relations. The Ruislan Way Teheran, Nov. police have discovered several bombs, which it is alleged, had been prepared 101 the ns- iassination.of W. Morgan Sinister, tlia American, who holds (lie post of trea- surer-general of Persia. It is said that a similar uncov- ered some months ago, hut hushed up. It was stated at Ihc Unio j per- son implicated in the plot swore that a. Hussian official in Pcrsia urged liini to assassinate Mr. Sinister. -The Hussian ultimatum to the tcrnis of which the Persian national council lias refused to agree, edited in the first pla'co for the instant dismis- sal of Morgan American, who "h'asv for-.several months otctlpied in Canton the military regime A illi-.ther demand for a cash" proved itself wbo'ily ihelllcient. For) indemnity from Persia to matter Hi i lie Hon. Roliert Rogers, tcss the I aiif Mayoress employees, and triidas Paign; and as a-resuit Of-their recent several linys arraea bands of "rob-jpcnses yesterday. ..Ililherio these excursions: Attended her nn board the Fr' I 'mi'4 again today with dele- "dverlisem'ents have had enquiries bers and 'hoodlums'havo gone about press of Ireland. to tlic old land have been conducted personally by private persons, who j have given their Lime aiid sometimes I their money towards ensuring tile THEIR success Of a worthy undertaking. Tlie LIVES ON STORMY LAKE exeiirtjions have usually been regarded Buffalo, Dec. dawn todnv the as iiiiparliiiij; an education :uid widen- crow of the steamer Knlpigh, blown influence io school teachurs oi on the rocks yesterday. (Iron's clothing trades in liiivin, ]y considered, especially Etiirting in a small way. The secre- !vrh "if' 'heref01'5'.. to- Mmnm t0 scilaoi teachers o! on the rocks yesterday, could stifl and tailor inK-rmcdiar- l" to get aydeZf but Or. Urummy claim.' the -hreakei, a o-uarler who have been on strike since gates ami employers (o endeavor lo r, soi-Mement which is earnestly desired by both sides.-' A conk-rcnci; also was finld today of employee in the cloak and suit-making and chil- from evei-y part of Canada, Canton looiing shopo ant! houses, and havo ma-Je several Irirge sales, dny five ruffians bristling -with re- Sunalta aoema to .be finding favor volverg boldly into a hank with investors, i iii sou.Uiern subiirbs "and got- 'J'he P. C. Lowes Co. througli thoir away willi hera have also made several About the same time a band of sales of good property late- eleven' armed robbers blustered into .natter, thus giving Itliat ilnli 7' 'V iS thal definite to work on when "-ore than that. the opportunities of iho lie claims that they-should be a bodies of other victims of Ihe'vreck tfl prospective manufacturers. great help in encouraging iminigra- i Fred Wise, a sailor, and his wife, and" Several matters were introduced by i tion to tlie west, in advertising the the steamer's cook, were washed met representatives of ren.ale ly, while the demand for Ceepeear workers, tailor inlcrmciliar-Hots by Lethbridge people is much icipated. SMALL CRUISER FOR CUBA Cowes, Isle of Wight, Dec. the Publicity Committee, which .were i Dominion and- in assimilating new ashore last night. It was reported of the small armored cruisers ordered of some importance. Some time f f.o comrrs after they arrive. They should 'hat the third body had been losscd to be built in England for SELECTING SEATS IN NEW HOUSE the commit-too authorized the secre-1 considered tary to sign up contracts with the St.! of J-aul Times and the Minneapolis 3om- Mcl, Hal for special advertisiug dn-f V'eek of'thfi land show at SI. It appears, howorer, thai -they crnntcd the contract on (.ho V.: ttiat the Canadian" government making ,1 special exhibit at a separate building, being barred from competing in the main show. This, however, has been] in- correct, so EBcrotiiry cancelled contract. His action was confirm- ed by the executive. A Mistaken View A letter WAS read from g committee from Local U. IU. W. of -V taking exception -to some of the ro- ninrlia passed at the recent meeting of the.full .board, reganl'iug'conditions the homvs of some of ongasud in the mines here. The 61nyoniuna tuke to the re- liiarks in so far as they wen) meant to apply who are con- sidered good subjects, and who quick- ly learn the wnys of tho country. A motion was passed asking thai the necrctriry answer to the- effect that ny remarks, passed iii thn meeting vero In no way Intended hy tho Board Trade to insult, or give offence to of Lethbrfdge's cttizuns. The idea an important- upon the beach two .miles 'below th'e service and SCOIle of tlle wreck, looked upon in thfi best sense of the word immigration agent, not- only interest- ed in bringing desirable settlers to the west, hut also to become Cana- dian citizens as early as possible. government has now been and sailed today for Culia. the open market, and plundered two shops h-efore the eyes of {tiousiin-ds larger than anticipated. of panic s'iricken pnlpokera. They Another firm will announce a eoam-ed. several htnulrcd dollars In 000 deal within a few days. money. The 'local police, who arc MAYOR ADAMS AN ALDERMA1C CANMDATES i James B. Gibbon and Wm. Oliver Too Among the Latest Entries in the Civic j O. Hutton May 'For Alderman Considerable activity is evident in disarmed, watched the spectacle help- Victoria Park proper'jr, tlie itssimincc l-assly. Street .goc-s on con- tlint a s'Lreet car line will pass wjthin tlnuoiisiy. in all jiarta of Canton and a block of this pronerty being respon- those killed or injured include many sih'if! for thn movement. Altogether innocent bystanders. ITong.Kong gov- it would appear that l.etlibndge pro- ermnent has atlopt-ecl sternest m'eaa- perty is one of ilie safest investments ures to repress rioting here. An un- be found anywhere those 'usual piece oC legislation at ___________. '_______ the request of tin; notice permits'flog- of'prisoivers for minor offences inst, peace. There have been no relonmenU of hiiiiGTtiinw.on-.thc i-er. Steamers all proceed -'under giiiird and keep constant watch watch against attack by pirates. ..An Assassination Hcrlin, telegram to the Cable Company from .says that n, revolver shot ujs, an-rt this morning at Ala Ed Douich, bro- ther of the former. I minister at Berlin in front of his residence Jin is reported i.o be dead, Ala Efl Dowich 1ms lately been promoting in accord with the goyommont and the ux-Shuli, who is reported to be de- sired by Russia. His brother was. in- volved in a controveray concerning Vt Morgan Sinister, treasurer-general ol Persia, dismissal has been de- manded hy Russia. The present crime Is a sign of growing bitterness among the people. in tht! field In all there are ten candidates who havo declared their intention of enter- Ing the alderinanlc. contest, and the ratepayers will havo n wide assort- of discussion how evidently been arc rearranged after the opening mistaken by tho Slavonian popula- tion of tho city. j Intertit the dcnool Pupils I Another matter introduced by tho Second Rutherford, Cross, J'ubliclty Committee, wna the advte- Lussard, Walker, dishing, McUoiignll, nbility of giving prizes'to Hchuol pti- Stuwiirl, -Boyle, pils for the best eBaay on some aub- Jec( Lcthbrldgp, .which would ho suggested by th 'iif Mr. -Irving is a fact, made ai pointitii1 Fur so.nn tinii! it has been that Mr. C K. Haycr, the western will be evident In the Inrjro vote ho travelling secretary of, the V.M.C A., Is sure to poll In, nil parts of the city, lias IKVM trying to influence Mr. frv- The mayoralty contest is moving ing to take up association wor., .as along briskly, all (he canriidntos considered him peculiarly fitted fpr sipeiuliuj: n largo measure of their jt. Mr. Irvine; has been a close stu- lime among the rntopayors, nud the Oj lhn y'.M.G.A.. life, liaving al-! Sask., .Dec. the an- nual bnii'iuat of St. Andrews Society 'asl a trom received minister of miiiUn and de- sln-'ing that the pronosal to oli-ctlon promises to bn very close, j ,vays a t jn jtsl Pornle, With Iho large proportion of the men ls .na_, Wilson, i on tho street Gen. M. Hatch seems lias line progress 1'ftiling. floiiiR during Us of being for "this Ilowuver, Mr, Stafford also hvrge and enthusliMUc follow- Whon semi hv this ON SUSPENDED SENTENCE Pornle, Nov. honor. Judge is howling u session of Conn- vork will Colirt tnis weck. and docket hi8 Honor hus> a day lor two yet. In the matter cf Rex vs. the two T. C. IRVING morning Mr. Irving Spok. in high prnisc nf members nf nis staft, lllc ilme of Jlrssrs. Will'os, Bridshaw nnd riotoui conduct here before the inp, and wagers are being made that .son, and also rcfctrpd in eulogistic tkinent of the strike, TUP court fotinil to Mr. Thonmion as tec- 1 Ihe winner will not have a majority terms of Ihc Y. M. C. A, lif.ty when iigardlnn: the cfRciriitv ol the them fiiilty, -but let go on ;