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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta HHIl Letlibnclj-e, AJbcrtii.- Friday, CENTS Number U Dr. Galbraith Gives Mine e Station Appar- atus the Credit ATPUHLICCALL Mr. Powell WSl" be Respond Emer- gency Calls RECORD GRAIN SHIPPING Deiiarl- merit oi1 and Ooimnereo lias just compiled ihe. showing tho total grain ship- incuts eiisftvard for the grain year of .which August Tu The figurcK pass all records. The total amount shipped hy lalce'and rail jwraa bushels, as compared with bushels in 1911, and in 1910. tv A Horalijf" reporter gleaned very.interesting facts.in the course interview had wM. .Mr Francis Aspiimll. District Inspector 01 inetj. The accident -which occurred in the basement of tlie Canadian General SUE ply Co., to two of .the -employees, is Severally known, Dili, what is not so generally known, however, are the employed to bring about so sat- isfactory u termination to what, at one time, had- every appoarancu of a Lragedy. When tlie men were call was put hi to the Alberta govern- jnent mine rescue station for the pul- Immediately upon its arrival fhe piilmotor was applied to one of the men, and he recovered in about Twenty-minutes. It, was then applied IP the other mau for over two hours without, cessation, and afterwards the jiuiinotor and inhaler were applied al- ternately, until he recovered conscious. Mr. Francis-A-splnall stated .that ho liad Informed by Dr. Oalbniith That th'erc" was no doubt in h'is mind ASLEEPJN NEXT YEAR; Company Said to be Eager to Reach Montana Boundary Developments Are Said to be Pending Between the Hill and the C.P.R. Interests in Montana IVithJhe-Grand Trunk Pacific mik-! would not siop the construction the uprmit, thub doing with ing every efiort, to complete their at Calgary but would .rush the south the special rates lor interchange of Hue from the north 'into Calgary, line with as little' delay as'possible, traffic between these two torpoca- The recent activity-of', the-company in, securing their right" of woy from Calgary to Lethbridge. and in get- ting orders from the Railway Com- mission in connection with the pro- Montana indicates that the ccmpaiu adding in an (leaver to live up to their promise to the steel laid, before the snow lies, the people-of Lethbriilgu are anxiously awaiting trie announcement of the liimvpaiiy's-.. construction pro- posed branch through. Lethbridpe to j expects slioitl) to gram fori.lillii. The construction of I the boundary seems to bear out Mr. j line across the border which lions at Con its Enquiry at the of- fices of the freight officials here not confirm thif> minor although tha Of the C P.R. Soo lino j the line.from Calgary to Coutls .should be included- in that, announce- ment, and are only waiting to near it 'confirmed. H. of L'eth- I bridge, but now a barrister at Cal- gary, was in the city yesterday aaJ stated that he had information from Zimmerman, solicitor for the THE PELLETIER-NANTEL KID Tragic Death of John Capple- son of Bellevue-What Prob- ably; Happened Hellevuc, Dec. after- noon .John Uappk'son left Bcllevuo to ilrive Mrs. Win. .Silicon ami nnotlie.r lady to '1'his nvorning tbout four a.m. the team he had icon driving 'ivas round tangled in Iicir hiirness up against a telcpliona pole between Fraak and Blairmore. couple of hours later the dead .body of Cappleson was found lying on the. IE IS AIIIISHER tlie seconil man lost j side of the road, a [ew hundred 'his it the doctor bad not been yards 'from 'where the horses had able (ij avail, himself 'of the services I heen found. When [licked up the iioily of the'vinilindlor. still warm. '1'lie [ace'oi tire dead The 'call was 'pill in to the Alberta! ma" bailly cut and there was mine station, sit- a'so a large bole iirhisbea'd. It is noted ut No. B mine, at S.So a.m., so exneditiously by Mr. that the in tlie lyl'0 racl thc tcaiu nfortunate man rlEi as People roail Robert UvhiHStone: ot ly'0 racl thc Halt, mines, and Jlr. Powell; the that U'M' apparently of the mine rencm, sia- '.i-lieinsclves. The team cvl- lion. that they arrived at tbo hospital City's New Chief. Magistrate Prides Himself on'.Being British- Scotch Bom --Law Regarding United States Naturalization the pulmntor at i) a.m. is dessrvinsr of creai ere- not nnlv for the expeditious man- ner iu which ho lUKwerert ibis call, hut for the iiidp.t'tifisihlp exertions he ni'Mo to''t'evive the victim. Mr. Pow- e'l'ised rho and inl-miiiisler- cd oxygen without cessation frdrn 9 a.m. ou Ihe morpinir of the 1st inst., to rniir p.m. on tbe Afternoon of the Inst. value of tlie puhviotor is exoyi- pi i find by of two cas- (JP. niorp in ihfU of HH [hero IH no (inn.bt thnt. he1 would lost his life 'without its aid. Asm 11 nirtirtilflrly wished to the foot that tbf> nnlmotor tTiFiknted fcr the use of the TUSH'S, it is onlv noee.si.-firy to put in a cnl' to the government mine. resfrufi station to ensure nroinnt attention. It Is aviH.r'hfe 'for rbe use of the nulilie Rfinprally at all timna.. K Powell iz iu aiie.nrhiTtcp at. 'be station at till lifnii-K ealhs. and to supply dently had become -frightened overturned Ibc rig and iu all prob- dragged tlie man some dls- body was -removed to the Mounted Police barracks at Krant. Mr. Cappieson and some time when; he was highly re- speded by all. who knew him. One Tlie following letter from the mayor- elect is dc-Elsiied to clear ,iip .any doubts that may have existed ag to whether His Worship is a British citi- zen or not. So i'ar as the Hecild is concerned thc 'question cut no figure and was treated more or less as .a joke. However, Mis Worship is a full fledg- ed British stlbject and quite as good so i'ar as the interests of this cilj- are is a good' Letbhridge: Derosset, Dec. 22, f. Editor" Lothbridge. Herald: have noticed your squib in the issue of the i-itb re ".Mayor-elect TIardie" heiug rather dubious whether! be IE a true and royal subject of His Majesty King George, or whether he might qualify as a son of Uncle Sam." Mayor-elect Hardie was born a Brit- ish subject, and if you will look up the TJ. S. naturalization law you will find that if born a Rriti.sh subject there is only one way to become a U. S. citi- ble for the joke about "niy American, citizerishlp, and is .due, I think, to a misunderstanding oE-the U. S. natural- law. This law, iu part, is that ii tho son of: a-.-daturalized citizen comes, to the U S before .he is IS yea-rs iie ran it fie tushes, cast his" first ballot when ht, age Zimmerman's statement, and there is little doubt about -.this HUP Icing, provided for in the new construction program. What Happen. In this connection, there have been rumors lately to the effect that-Inn C.IMi.-will cancel the 'concurrence existing between itself ami the 0 G.T.P. in Calgary that the company R. over the line to Great Falls in .will do ihc necessitj interchanging mth thc CNR. at CoutU On tho completion of the branch Of the G.T.P, tiie G Ni R would have a connecting link with tho Canadian systems The Grand Tnmk Pacific constiufr- tion program for 1913 expcctec. ?J he announced niihiu a few weeks LEAP YEAR OIL TO PROLIFIC IN. Contrary to Precedent this Pre- sidential Saw Boom in Cupid's Trade en his fathers pipers, -hut. Chicago, III., Dec; the com- bination leap year and the .ial: election, liad a remarkable effect fore he beconxs a .....j unb i. ii j iu il u. O. Clll- Hotherin Oregon and a married sis- zen, viz.: to take papers HI Alii l ter in Canmore., Alia., arc the onl relations of deceased man. ALL ABLE-BODIED MEN CALLED QUANTITY OF SUPPLIES BOUGHT Uerlin, Dec. is prcpar- ng to resume the according to a or in other words to lake the oath of allegiance. AH I never took the oath of allegiance I cannot be an American citizen, the fact that my father is a citizen of the U..S. alui has been since the time General Grant was elected tiie first time to the presi- dency of the U. S. A little personal history might be interesting. I was born in Scotland ii W2: came to America with any'par- ents riu 1SO-I: lived in Ohio till 1873; returned to Scotland then and lived there until 1SS2; returned to the U. S. in that year, and lived In various parts of that country until 1S8D, when 1 went to whore I have lived continuously ever special despatch from Riistichiick, Bnl- 'since, excepting the few years be- i The correspondent says the; when 1 was in tbe republic of Bulgarian war minister has called up I -Mexico and the U. S. recruijB due to be enrolled out in -My friend John Taylor is i 5PM, and btinimoned all able-bodied I men up to tho age of sixty to the ool- {he H. S. he must take out bin own second-papers. For any alien to be- come a citizen lie must declare his intentions to-become a citizen of tlie S.- Before he caii do this he mus'; be a resident .within the U. S. con- tinuously for three years. After the; lapse-of two-years more he takes: the I oath of -allegiance and gets his second' papers. From IS to '21, in the case ot son ot' a naturalized citizen, repre- sents the first pe-iort of the 5 years required for papers of citizenship in j tbe IT. S. I am quite aware there are lois of men exercising tlie .franchise In the U. S.'in tins way, in.ignorance oi' tlie naturalization law of the U. S.. who in reality are nut citizens of the. U. S. but good intentions are taken for the dead, f think my friend John Taylor., may have come under this status. I I hope this will make it clear to the Herald that I have no doubt of being a Scotchman, of which 1 am very proud; and that I have equally as Jitile doubt about being a British sub- ject. hde citizen increasing the man'Uge rate Chicago during is vouched EOT by Chief Clerk Legnor, who issues the marriage licenses for Cook county. "Think of it: (Hums one yenr. That is an increase of u 37-1, where, according to the'experi ence'of tlie past, there'ought to have been said Mr. Legnor. He pointed-out. thai, since presidents.OH.vi been candidates, young peoulo have been deterred from matrimony by. the mere presence of the presidential year Buck in I DOS, more than three thoua- 1 and couples were scared aw ay, shown by. comparison with 1007. Learned persons said that financial disturbances in 1907 were responsible. ALLAY THE STREET RAILWAY RETIRING. MAYOR SUGGESTS ITS EXPERIMENTS WILL. BE During the year Hatch has been called on mori ch in once to POUI oil on troubled j he is advocating pouring oil on .the bt ects. to out a. quietus on the dust and tlthough be uill not he in oitit- to see the plan earned out he bb a scheme be adopt! ed m the near future Porl VrtllliT> QnL DfiC J7_rlhat During the experiment there will be a strike on the Toit Ai- made ith a stup m the ecu thirr and Tort William street rail war 5 Meeting at Port Arthur Tonight Will Settle the Question tr'e of -1th Avc., Sv and ith streets and it has been an ttn- success C inrkrs and hrio-c iste duirped on the seems raora than possible. The.final ansnct of tho joint boaid of mauage- menj; ,to the demaods of the men is public, -ind wnilo it giants a few con- As I before, an American-Can- adian has nothing- to be ashamed of in bavins bis origin in America; nay, he has much to be proud of; hut to have been horn a British subject and 10 havii remained a British subject has ahvays'been, to me. OTIC of the proud- hroke lrom ProvlllCial IS INIilOILS JAIL BREAKER COULDN'T LEAVE HIS SQUAW AND POLICE GOT. HIM Frank Hastien, a haH-bret'd who est beasts of my life. in ciistodv. Haslien, With very kind regards, I remain, j who i.s particularly attached to the Yours trill, D. L. MAP.DIK. ors. supplies of munitions of war and provisions imvc reached Rnsti- Halii'a.v, Dec. Justice tiir! rli.uck on a Russian steamer, which Charlfcs Townseml issued a-n ordr.v yes- j c t.me up the Danube, wo other sfeam- i.tirday for the reprieve of the (iravitti j era havk brought a large number of Brothers, nnilor sentence for j cavalry Corses ancf hospital supplies. 'jjcndiiiB the ccnaiiloration of ap-jnnd were eighty physicians and SUFFRAGETTES IN ENGLAND RE l.cal by the Supreme Court of Canada.' a niirMS on board. j SQRT TQ _ RAILWAY'SIGNALS King Threatened With Influenza London, Dec. All ilia railroads guards today, on tbe look-out lor fur- Sand- ''Olicion IJftilV Express, how- j iher interference with train signals by London, Dec. 27. The si Tinge llic. Kinp; from the sliooting party' to- j omission of the Kind's itiime from thc court circular issued dringliiuu- on is explained by tiif: ofliciaT utiiKiuii'Jt- inent lliat His Ma.'e.U-y-Iw'ri from ;t cohl" from wliicli had recovered. The circular mentiun- were "a'rolie" extra WAS ACCIDENTAL DEATH Kenora, Out.', tb--' in- quest on the remains of David Gilford the C. P. It. hraltcman, .who kill- cape last October Hastii-n lias hern ami then tlv gnen a cratint jt does not, taking the word 0? It ins no%