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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta v k X I. L t T H U q ft. A IT r H i p A Y JULY I, MO. 17 HANDS REOUMDIN WEST To in This be- yeatwrday. Tnirty-alx atudeata point, nil ol wuoai bean, attandiiff: ike city acaool the yoar. Of thirty-aix are writing on V111 twelve on Standard VII aad teen OB gtaadard VI. D. A. IfeKerridwr'of Ptoefeer Croak J. W. Loir of Cardaton are the The papers go ar are to be very fair. July On account of (M veory- optimistic. reports that are Deceived reffardinir, the yield ife.ll over the Canadian Weat it i confidently: expected that laborers will be required to) fa Arrangements are NOW' boi of nouMle Jor the handling of the crop. Lhi.s v oii the grains tat irnay of men and special will be rua from various The Canadian .Northern rityirt luiied today shows of all kinds' doing splendidly. s (or- a banner year werv ne- he-tter, at the pre- ti_uie ill-' over the country IB all that could be TROUBLE IN -THE SOUTH RivolutiftniaU Trouble witH United Statoa Del ZRio, Tex., July' uienlfl in the conference held at Las Vaeas, Mexico, yesterday between Colonel Alberto Dorantes command ing Mexican Captain cjuure of the customs office and dis trict Arrdeado and several States civic and military offi ctfrs, sthovrs the condition to be_ ser ious and one- thai demands protection on thes part pi the Mexican govern went. mentT Following the confer Hienl Following Col. Dorantes admitted that the situation Had been serious but he thought tht force of the revolutionists had been fotokeifc and the only trouble expectec 1109 Ls ffonx small bands travelling tfver tfae itite. These, he claims an fciug bjr soldiers. ILis un derstood. warrants '-will be issued -foi the acpresi of a number ot Mexicans locatec! :on tliis aide of the river. Austin, Tex., July Thos, Sarab ii, publisher -of "Li Befonna Justia, the official journal of the lo tal btanch of the Mexican Revolu tioniry Junta, suspended publi ration because none of the in the- city have cared to run the rial violating neutrality -with Mexico. He nought "an interview with (iGveraior.Coixpfell, yesterday pro dost against the JCexican '-revolution jsts b-eing regarded- as Re jurists. tlwy jure fighting fo right and Ifberty prantedT _under th< ion ami they will jioiior American He stated that 1 he. array consists of live hawked infantry and six hundred caynlc-y entrenched in -a .strong posi- tion Vacaa and that in all -will on Uiat citj and it. THf tXAMt. AIM OM IIIMIGRATION LIGHTER Ottawa, July iiumigratiou uto CaiuuU tor was com- pared with for May 1907. The to til immigration for ttve months of the preaeut year w as against lor the game period year. Lethbridge Awarded the Protest Game Won by Calgary to be Calgary, July An Important meeting of tae couaeil of the Alberta Amateur Lacrcwse Asibciation waa held in the Dominion Hotel yenletday afteraoon and evening. In the ab- aence of the President, Dr. Stanley, Vice-President John Mofoly presided, the following7 Kipley, r Lethbridge Hiigh River; McCoy, Nan ion; Macdonnell, Calgary. The protest entered by Lethbridge against Calgary, for play- ing Tim Dunne in .the first gaine here was decided in. favor of Lethbridge, MANY VlOllltS IN BIG MINE WSASTIR Aft Least Two Bun- dled Mine Workers AjreDead European Russia, July 3. Fire broke out today in the Kikovneky mine, which yesterday was the scene of an exploeion of gas'which resulted in a very heavy of life. The work of rescue and fighting the firv is being conducted under the greatest difficulties. Over 3pO still down in the mine, shut in by the falling earth while 140 bodies already have been brought out. Seventy wounded were removed to hospitals-and of these ten ire now dead and many more are dying. It is believed that the present number of dead will be increased by 75. The explosion occurred just after the night shift'entered the mine. The last twenty men of the shift were still at the bottom of the shaft and were drawn to the 'surface uninjured. The rescue parties were at once or- ganized and commenced to go down. Six of the rescuers were suffocated. The others bravely 'continued at work. Usova, European Russia, July In the terrible gas explosion which occurred in the Rikovgky. mine last evening, in which a large number of miners were at work, one hundred and fifty seven have' been recovered all of which are badly burned. But it is believed that the death roll will AT REQINA July yesterday tentooa the of Ed- ward K.ttwart, arrived EHflan'd aad every article ot worldly goadi buued by the fam- ily. TIM rtnafr which they lived did not beloag U Btcwart and aa4 bMtt raated omfy a Mrs. Stew- art, ia her rforU to put out the fire, vac ijuracd and when she Mi-la a faint. The five youac duMna taken to a bor's home aad arc Im'mg cared for there. SNCCZCO EYE OUT Gnelpb, July Hart, of London, dislodged his eye- ball white vieleaily sneezing yester- day. The ejehaJi carne out on his cheek but waa by a physi- cian and Hari to- little the 'worse for the strange incident. Cleveland iter Of Fire- but the meeting that no intea- leart two hundred. Seventy- three of thQ men were rescued aUve tional -violation of the 'constitution was involved and by a unanimous vote ordered the game to be replayed in Calgary on a date to be set by the president of the Association. today but i many of them are being taken the. shaft. There is great excitement here and troops have called to prevent disorders girls 3.-A doxeti the second storey windows of 4re and ten cent store of S.H.C.Kraage today follow- ing the explosion -of a large quantity of fireworks on the ground floor. So far as now lease nine girls received more or serious injuries and one or two olahem may die. Flames immediaielj. broke out and through establishment fol- lowing the explosion The fire wag brought under "obntirol after the place had been gutted. .At 12.40 p'.aa. ,ftrenien removed the r -if _ V. :n who had been GOVERNMENT OF JAPAN TO RESIGN Trouble Between Pre- mier and Home Secretary bodies of six smothered in. Abasement. A sev- enth woman found in the base- was rushed to ment alive. COMPROMISE HAS Minuter Gives the Particulars of Agreement on Election Bfll County Judges Will Prepare Lists the hospital bnt it is believed she will die. "HenryjiMillL-r an employee of the store as apoa as he discovered the, fire ran hastily to the top floor I and Trent" down escape iu the rear.- At each floor Killer stopped and opened the window? on tbe girb to through the windows to -the fire es- cape. At least seventy-five, he says, got out that way. Tokio, July is expected that the cabinet will resign tomorrow morning. The Associated Press was informed today that the premier, Mar quis Saiottji, decided to tender his igaation some ago and that at his request the members of his cabin- et'agreed to resign also. The resig- nation wiy be tendered to the emper- or in the morning. The nominal reu son for Marquis Saioaji's resignation is ill health. The cabinet all strict of the Beiyuka, or constitutionalist party, and it was therefore heceaaary that they resign with him. The actual reason for the resignation of the premier is under- stood to be the position taken by Marquis Inoyie. secretary of home department, regarding the future fin- ancial policy of Marquis Saionji. This calls for retrenchment in the ar- my and loavy, the postponement of public ,works, a demand for. a sinking fund. and the yea'rly repaymen t of loans. Marquis Inoyie recently at- 'her preeeht government.policy regarding finances. This gave offence to Marquis Saionji, who. decided to resign alone. .He consulted with the other ministers and was by them per suaded to accept the resignations of all the members of the cabinet. An unknown quantity in the constitution is the position the emperor may take in 'the matter. He possibly may de- cline the acceptance of the resigaa- tion but this is considered extremely unlikely. HEAT PROTTRATICmf New total of el- even deaths is the present heat re- cord in Greater New York within twenty-four hours. Prostration from heat have been so numerous that all the hospitals are overcrowded. The mortality was highest among babies. Early two more death's were reported to the Brooklyn coroner's office. Local showers are expected to bring relief today. WOOL IS HIGHER Oac million, eight hundred and fifty thousand pounds of wool were sold in Billings, Mont., oil Friday last al prices ranging from fifteen to sixteen and a half cents a pound. The prices are better than expected a month ago. A Unique Temperance Campaign To be Carried on in, Manitoba This Summer Winnipeg, July Jame: Hales, B. A., of Toronto, the nation al chief of the Royal Templars is ID the city to take part in 'a perance campaign throughout the pro vince of Manitoba." The object of thr trip is to awaken interest in the veto movement and to promote the taking of a vote at the municipal elections in December in as many municipal ities as possible. Meetings will be- held at many points and a number of speakers will accompany Mr. Hales on the trip which will be made by automobiles. GREATER USE OFDAYUGHT HOURS Bill Approved of by Houfte of Committee GRAND TRUNK STEAMERS Montreal, July Grand Trunk- railway confirms the report that a long term agreement has been made- with the Northern Navigation Co., of Ontario-for the formation of Grand Trunk lines of steamers on Gedrghn Bay and Great Lakes. London, July Daylight Bill measure by which the United Kingdom is to be lured into starting the day's work one hour ahead of the time indicated by the sun, has re- ceived the unqualified blessing of the select committee of the House of Commons and all indications point to its Joecoming elective next April. The bill proposes advance the clock one hour in April in order to pro- mote the greater use of daylight and to give the masses one hour, more playtime by light of day. The grea- test objection to the measure came from the stock- exchange which pre- sent the argument that its busineae with America would be dislocated. For this work only two. hoiira are available under the present condition and under the proposed bill, this time would be cut in half. The committee of the, house think this difficulty cap. be obviated by the adherence by those concerned to their present hours. For scientific purposes and tio'n, Greenwich time is to be main-- tained. R. N. W: M. P. TO ACT As Bodyguard Princt of at Quebec Funners Anita Get Railway out Sastkalobn, July 8.-rJfow that the grain -crops throughout, ,thc Goose district are actually- heading pith a promise of a very beavy ividd of the farmers there stssumed a degree which is best des as poignant.... The cause of this of It y is continued absence tlic line long promised. i.s Lrvic (hat the is graded out for thirty- miles or so but "what thie far- mers iriiih. "to knoW is when the .Can- mliark Nprtricrn ORailray will com mcnoe to lay the steel. ITow is this scnson'is to be got out anc nml liow is the Iwmbcr to he got in lo necessary cHsvators and Sir Wilfrid May Visit Seattle Ottawa, July long expected announcement'-from the, government is to the compromise' effected on the Election-bill a? a result of the nego tiations on" during the past few weeka between the prime minis- er and tne leader of the opposition rith a view to overcoming the dead- ock, was made today by the Hon. A. i. Ayleaworth in the course cog- aitant and exhaustive review of the C-optentious clauses of the bill which nas held the centra "of the stage in the Commons this session. The amendments he proposed to the cru- cial first clauses of the bill, in brief, retain the provisions for the alloca- tion by, the country judges of the list-s in Manitoba'to the respective federal constituencies and also practically the uiginal proposal with respect to a second revision of lists by judges in the unorganized districts of Ne.w On- tario. The clause submitted in sub- stitution for the clause in regard to Manitoba, provides that a committee of county court judges daring n certain month in each year allocate the names of the provincial lists and the polling sub-divisions in every riding for the following Domin- ion elections thus meeting the .pres- ent defect in respect to the overlap- ping of provincial and federal elec toral divisions. This latter provision the minister of justice frankly ad niitted was a substantial departure from the proposal originally cmbod in the bill inasmuch as it pro- vides for the work of preparing the lists being done by enumerators ap- pointed by the government. Bat HI Inking that coarse the fovemmen was only carrying out the propo- sition submitted by the prime minis- ter on May 12 when he declared hL wilinfness to have the preparation July vice- president of the Dawson City ijoar-d el Trade waited on Sir Wilfrid lanviet: ay afternoon and pre- him with an inviUikm from the lists taken altogether oat of the goTernment appointees hands llic .Ardic Brotherhood w attend the Allison-Yukon Pacific Exposition at 190S. Tne formal invita- tion is done on cariboo akin at great r.d put absolutely beyond the reach 1 political influences. It was tn Aylesworth uggeited, which would be followed by various provincial governments which 'controlled the .preparation' of heir own'liata. With regard to New Ontario, Mr. Aylesworth vigorously condemned the state' of affairs which called for'a remedy and he proposed that in the unorganized territory there be a committee of three district judges for each riding who would prepare the lists, not doing the actual work but appointing the en- umerators if they croose and who would hear all appeals, revise the ists and allocate the voters to- per polling divisions. British 'Col- umbia and Quebec would be dealt with on .the bill as amended because the situation in those province did not demand-it. The minister of jus- tice 'concluded his speech which oc- cupied over three hours with a strong defence of r Clause 17, which isin ef- fect that the marking of a ballot by a deputy reUming-ofncer or ling official will not invalidate' a count. He completely turned the criticism of the" Opposition .to ,ridi- cale by pointing out that every pro- vision which they had demanded so vehemently was actually contain- ed in the bill of Mr. Alcorn, Conser- vative member for'Prince Edward and. in the election act passed in April by the Ontario legislature. As a rrsult of the concessions made by the government, Mr. Roche of Mar- qoeUe withdrew his amendment to dause one and the House went into committee on bills, the non-conten- tious clauses being first considered. When the House met today, Mr. Alcorn in preparing for the discus- sion on the election bill withdrew his election hill This enabled him to present measure in the lorm of an amendment to the Aylesworth bill. FOSTER'S PREDICTKW Weather of first will be characterized by a hot wave, which will (cause tevtre storms in some localities. July crop weather in Western ada will be Display From Lethbridge a Popular Feature at the Dominion Fair-Alfalfa and Strawberries Commended Individual Not Illegal New York, July .race in-: terests in New York State which: .have adversely affected ;by the police application of the iiew-anii-ganibUng laws 'it the race tracks greatly eneoaraged by a decision .ox Justice Biscnoff yesterday, thai an individual bet does not constitute a crime. This decision was given in-the case o.f_ Mell- ville Collins who was-arrested at the instance of the Jockey dub charged with having made a bet on a horse race and receiving which he won by it. This case was intended by the Jockey Club as a test to secure a trial interpretation of the laws paused by the Legislature at the arfent re- quest of Governor Haghes and- the racing interests regard the decision a distinct victory and aa certain, to lessen the rigor of the policer depart- ment in the application of the law. Messrs. W. H. Fair field and G. M. j Hatch returned yesterday from short visit to the Dominion Fair. They are 'Very well pleased with the Lethbridge exhibit, it is not as artistic as some others and has less bunting, etc., setting it they consider it the best exhibit at the Fair. At any rate people are to be found looking at our exhibit than at any other and that speaks welt for the.display. The strawberries in particular are attracting attention. People ure ask: ing ;whcther, they were grown in ihe open. The: season vn- to do credit to :our distr.ct' as to the production of sir berries. However, fresh cratca are beirig sent, up daily and hermfter the visitors to the fair will able to sample the berries to their hearts content. The wheat in the Lethbridge Ottawa, July the request of the Prince of Wales twenty or thirty members of the North West Mounted Police will be sent to Quebec for'the Tercentenary celebration to act as a personal body guard to His Royal Highness. bit is placed so that the pu'jl'.c may handle it and, of- course the. farmer can. not resist the temptation rmo he is handed one of our burnt leather souvenirs 'which by the ay ahead of anything, .on. the grounds. The of Trade, are deserving of .ijreat cre- dit for and ideas. The .of alfalfa is also at- tracting much notice. It makes a splendid showing. is tfce' only district making alfalfa anything of a specialty. Messrs. Hutton and Vroomim who are with the exhibit arc doing pxnj work and arc kept busy telling our rich district Mr. Fair field thinks it a splendid idea to keep two such men on the gruunii. Owing to cramped quarters the space having been cut down, no cJii- bit of our industries can be inadc, which, as citizens of this district will see, proves a great handicap. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS The year old baby of Thomas Nes- bitLof Law ton, Ont., was drowned in a boiler'of water.' Over five 'million "feet of lumber was burned in Turner's lumber yard at Victoria Harbor, Ont. ;Fire at Brigus, rendered sev- en families homeless and burned ihe school." 1 Robert y London was sentenced to two years imprisonment at New Westminster, B. C., for stabbing a fellow employee. William Forbes, a fireman employed by the "Abbotsford Lumber -Co., was killed by a freight train near Abbotts- ford, B. C. Whilfi_ coasting down t' snowbank on Grown Mountain, near Vancouver, Miss Stark struck a .tree trunk which was just under the surface of the snow. She was badly injured and as the accident took plale at an al- titude of feet it was some time bafore the descent could be made. The United States at Vancouver is to be put in the first list arid will be in the same class with Ottawa, Montreal and i T ki_ Iragk Death Local Traffic Heavy Wm. Guan and E: C. Bainea were m the crowd that went to on the local this -Messrs. Kirfcham and Ford nave ta- ken .charge of the I. M. 'fiaaks fc Co. stock and are pvtting on a cost_ A arimilar invitation will be pre- {big sak wkicH starts tomorrow Wm. F. Tatc, an expert opticiaa, is C. Ross Talc's jewelry store to- day and tomorrow. Mr. Tate is specialist of 15 years experience. This in an opportunity for any Having weak or defective eyesight attended to. lo Erl Grey, the governor of the and Presi- dent Roosevelt. Sir Wilfrid toM Mr. that he hud never in would like to go. He did not definite promise how- ever-. W. McQunrrie who has been associa ted with J. Gann has swer- ed his connection with them nnd lust, went to Winnipeg. He expacta to return in a fortnight and will lo- cate here. Tfcis evening W. C. Simmows, M.P. P., will present the new instruments to the Salvation Army band at the Barracks at 8 o'clock. Major and Mrs. Morris will be present. doubt the Barracks will be crowded. The Army count for something ir, Traffic since the fair opened is very heavy. Two hundred passengers gol off the train from the net night ninety of whom will go to Calgary. Fully tickets for Calgary were last night. Kvery berth on to- night's special has been sold, also 100 tickets. Tt is expected ihat the special will be crowded. Toronto, July actions were TOWNE FEELS SURE Of VICE PRESIDENCY The Candidate from Now York Ex Views on Democratic Platform Denver, July from his visit of yesterday to W. J. Bry- at his home in Lincoln, Chas. A. Towne 01 New York, candidate for the nomination for the vice presi- dency on the Democratic ticket arriv- ed today and at once placed him- self in touch with the leaders of the party, now here. "I may say that I am in ffcld to said Mr. Towne, "that T have every reason to feel that I will be nominated. I have been assured of the support of a large number of the New York delegation and I believe that at the jumper time will all be for me. From the other parts of the country also has cowie information that my candidacy is ac- ceptable and that pledges of active support have been given." Mr. Towne said that he hod dis- cussed at length with Mr. Bryan the various planks of the platform and favor of fj large majority of working men of the country." Another plank which will probably be incorporated in the platform and and which was discussed at length with Mr. Bryan, will embody the pro- position of an international neutral- ization of the Philippine Islands. Considerable speculation is being in- dulged in relative to the action of the New York delegation on the pres- ident and the platform. So far they body or any thing. "The New York said Mr. Towne, "is coming here to have counsel with delegates of the country and will be guided in its action after it arrives here by the results of the counsel." Saskatoon, Sask., fiJuiy fatal accident occurred here about three o'clock this morning, resulting in the death of George Herron, a C. P..B. brakcman in a most tragic manner. Herron was a brakeman on a freight train which arrived fom the .east early this morning and while engaged in shunting cars, in .some way fell- between them. Two cars passed over Herron and lie was .struck by third. A leg and, arm were complete- ly severed and the body mangled in- to an unrecognisable man. He waa practically disembowelled. Herron comes from Eastern Ontario and has a brother at Lanigan. AD inqaeat will likely be held. CANS THE FAVOR ITC Sole of Stats for Great Fight Is Very Active OeveUnd'sWklow Gets Estate New York, July will of Grover Cleveland has been filed with commenced in connexion with the I particularly that bearing on the sub- windinf ap the businew