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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume V. Lethbridge. Alberta. Number 172 iXTENSION OF CIH LIMITS IS GENERALLY APPROVED 'rominent Business Men Approve it as a Wise Scheme CITY'S LIMITS A cans Extension North and South, Taking in Subdivisions With the thai lhe ut> couu- lus decided to the city nits comes a gicat do.U of sUeel inment on the proposition, all of it xcd with talk of the rate In rter to get the expression of public )imon on the proposal for a ethbridge, the Herald called on MJV- al representative business men this to get then pciboiidl MOW b eij case the parties mterueued pressed their of tlic plan I A. McKiIlop says "I think ie council a wise course extending the boundaries at this tie. Lethbridge.-at present lias less icage luthm the citv limits pei ousand ot-population than anj citj the vest, Lethbridge has also a stem of local and blic utilities .which arc worthy of city fchrco or foui times thc> size, d I think it is only right that own- ers of outside subdivisions should help in paying for them I am 111 favor of the change Q K Xou'rsc, manager of the Bank'o'f" Commeicei stated "The limits have not been extended for two jears, hut all the time tlie pub- lic are being extended !As i towartL- the present boundaries the value of those outs'de subdivisions' and I fchercfbie think that the owners oE line subdivisions should help 'to pay share of operating the city. (Continued on D1DNT ALTER TEDDY'S i GAME Domination of Wilson i l) Doesn't Obviate Nec- essity.of Action I Oyster Bay, NY, July 'I shall, of course, continue to stand for the progressive said Co! Jloosevelt, last niRht, after he heaid vf Ine nomination of WoodroVWils'on The former President, in a state "To my mind, what has, gone on in Baltimore for the past ten dais has shown the utterly ineconcil iabia nature ot the elements -within any the Democratic party, '.Under these conditions, the events at DaHimore, ,like Jit Chi- the absolute need, of a jiew, nation wide, non sectarian paiiv, -which shall in good fnitn stand for the inleiests of the peojfle as a whole, and shall In 'far-Teacaing, fash- ion .alike :in the nation antf the sev- cia! states, take me load inlthc move- ment for social, political Indus- of oiir'peiple'ns a whole, ressity for tho fullest po morcial (lovcloiiinent bo Mid anil the ne ssible com- lu homo 4- FINE SAMPLES'OF WHEAT Raymond, July 2 UrotherB a- fine Bain: of. Ja.ll 'wheat- into -town the other day, and, It, is. now. on exhibition Security Investment'. Company's -win-, dow. ilt measured almost four feet in height, and Man all headed out beautifully Mi MeeKs says he has about hundred acres ot.lhis kfmUot wheat. is.enthusiastic over crop piospcnts, and eajb there is no need of worry. TO SEARCH FOR RICE O'NEILL New York, British Consul-General here has started a na- tion-wide search, for Rice O'NelH, -a Hrltlsh citizen', .who has been missing since May 11, 1811. When last seen In New York citv he had with him about .in cash. TO INTRoijUCE.QONAI.D80N Winnipeg, Julv J. Chambei- lain left for. the ;west this :mornlng at 8 o'clock on a tour of and introduction with Jioriey Donald- i, the new superintendent. LABOR VOTE MIGHT BOLT ON ASQUITH Want Liberal Candidate Withdrawn, in Hanley Bye Election New Vmk, July 3 the New York Tribune, says AsquHJi government is facing a-serious..domes- tic cnsis, the first serious lift in Eha coalition lute that has place The Labor party has that un less the candidate is with- n in the Haiilej "tee-election con- test, they will vlsitJJanlej in a body during Uie whijle 'campaign and thjis withdraw 4i Votes from tie Commons It is declared on good authority that the 'ft ill peisist in its in- tention to contest ,thus_a rupture is'assured It may be-only' temporary, the conieanencei lie permanent T 1' Tile -jiresent challenge bjr the La bor party comes a.B a olimav to a long of. have filled Jas MacDonald with bitteiness Se'emg how .narrow have been many ot the recent go.vern, ment majorities m the, House ot Cora the loss of the Laboi ote on a motion of importance would imperil the existence ot the Cabinet. ONLY The Gayette also states that offi- that, FORPSYEAR C. P. R. WILL ADHERE TO ORIGIN AL PROORAW'ON'THE WEY- BURN' BRANCH So many conflicting- reports have been received from tie scene of con- struction of (lie Lethbridge Wes burn fiiancli of the OPR as to the amount clal announcement, is made of woik 'is to'-lie undertaken contract has been wlicreb) the this ves.1, that it is hiifd to subsidy of S6.IOO per milo at any of the reports.; However, it'thc last bcsiion of the federal seems the rumor that flftj miles nil! go' lo tlic North of be laid this sear has j corapan) of Canada, no foundation, tor the Herald is in f Jf capltalisls ceipt of reliable information from m dtj organ; ji. 17.1 tion of tins conipanv is about n.o.3 nature ou uw to the effect that steel .ill 'be complete and the MPJtal of the conf- Iho Democratic p.rtj, element, M ir- only on the first twenty-lhe.mUes this pany ,L The Dominion l oconoiliflble, as to make it hopeless yeat. Work was commenced'this rooming REPUDIATED. TAFT Huron, S.D., July by a vote of two to one to1 en- fs dorse President Taft, nr.. the Chicago convention, the ;Re- publican com ention of S Da- kota here, last night, adopted a platform makes no mention of Talt 01 national is7 gues The convention elected Jive Rboievelt presidential el- ectorb DOORS OPEN, WIDER Carl- ton hollos of the cetl tha't air'SijIonlnte are el- Hith- iglble for me OMO, the not had chairman, but yetterday Lord Claude Hamilton, son of the Duke-of Abercoin, an Irish Unionist, to that post. MANY PEOPLE IN REGINA LOST EVERYTHING THEY HAD TITANIC'SflpRY IS COMPLETED LORD MERSEY PROMISES A RE- PORT: REASON- ABLE TIME Julv 3-rThe Boaid of Trade disas- ter-concluded today, and Lord .Meisej, the presiding announced that its repoi uwould Ke iproduted ithin a reasonable Sir Riifiis Isaacif the Attonwj Gen eral, in. his cloWBg speech, said he had been anxious to find, if possible, an etcuse 'or of Captain Lord, of the but he has legretfnllj to the conclusion that theie was no excuse for The Court, he-said, must find Cap fain Lord's eUd'encq unsatisfactoiy Lord Mersey suggested that if Cap- tain Lord saw signals of distress and did not go'to the, relief he possibb guilty ot> misdemeanor. COCHRA'NE A' TRIP WEST Winnipeg, July Frank in Tranacona today; reach thn> city at ,o'clock He will make a to'ur otjhe west, going up to Le Paa, retuwmg to Winnipeg August 10. He will thea go to Se) kirk from Ae will take the lake and ruer route to Port Nelson. An Heiress Enters Convent to Be a >Nun London, July Earl of Ashburnham announced. night that hij only child, Lady Katner who was presented at'Court two years ago, and it, one of the finest horsewomen 'in England, had entered the Heart Convent at Roehampton to be- come I nun. Shl-Ia heiress to 1 Sussex- wd Wales. BIG INCREASE IN CUSTOMS RETURNS Too Many Orders of Figures Show Gratifying NELSON IS SELEiP Government Paper An- nounces Hudson's 'Railway Port Montreal, Julv 3 Gazette says it is understood that the port of-Nel- ion has been chosen as the terminus of Hudson's Bav for the railway wh'ich 1. D Mc.Uthtir is building from Le the decision having been leached by the Minister uf Railroads ind Cauals -alter receiving full and complete reports from engineers and other experts who have been weighing the claims put forth m of _thc. two ports of Nelson and ChurchiH Bay corn- with' to expect from them an> permanent jivu.n -no ireform movement along constructive at Stirling on the material yards tor i [or the nevt few weeks the tttentj-fhe be completed (his will commence about Sep (ember. 1. Qmes It has also shown that nuy uie IHHJ, nnu iui nomination obtained at Baltimore rail loads of construction material will could, all, be obtained only by be delivered tbeie for use this fall the support of men like Mr. It ib understood that traoklas Ing on in Indiana and Sullnaa in Illinois, flnd the success of the candidate at the polls, nlthoul regard to his per BOnfthty, KOUld be oonditioned, not only upon the hearty support of Taggert and Mr. Sullivan, And their and representwtnea in cv- trj other state from Yoik to Col- orado, but would :also' be Conditioned upon these mew succeeding in carrj- jng their seyeral state tickets and in perpetuating themselves in control of TADEMA WILL BE HONORED BY WILL BE BURIED IN ARTISTS NICHE INTERMENT IN PAUL'S CATHEDRAL London, July is announced to day that Sir L Alma Tadenia, I! A, ,ho (lied last week, is to be buried In the "Painters' In the crjpt of SL Paul's Cathedral, near the bones of Nelson and Wellington, and imong some of the of his predccessois in ait, fiicliiding Sir ment lor social, puuuyni aim imiite- tilnl a movement fhich must ChrlstophPi Wren, thc-buildtr of the Include a fcroad, constructde, govern- Cathedral; Sir Joshua Reynolds, Sir mental policy, .which sham look to Thomas Lawrence, J.'M. Turner and lioth the present da> economic needs Sir Edwin Landseer, as well as Lord Leighton, Sir John Miliais and IIoI- an Hum, his 'own tfonteinpornries. The lafl iialntcr to be, buried there Holman Hunt, In September, subsidy mil amount to while Sir Lomer Gouin, premicr__ot Quebec, hns piouiied lot a grant ot acres' per ir'ir for the section north of the Transcontinental, and per mile for thai lo the south. The railway is to run from Montreal to Noltawa. harbor; .or James Rav, iciossing tho Transconti- nental near Bell rher. t It is announced thai the project has bern illcccsslillh Inianccd that (120 miles immediatrK li'oilh of the Trans- continental, dossing suiy that tin- 200 miles from Xot- lo the 'I ransconliiicnlai will have been Ipcateil bv fall, and that wort .will he started from foui poinlb in tlic spring It is estimated that the cost will he from to 000 pci mile, the heaiicsl expenditure Icing on that section passing IhiotiRll thc'Laurcntidcs. BOY DROWNED AT BRANDON '.Brandon. Tracey, aged; 16 was drowned in the Assinl- liolne rnor last evening With pth- cis the Ud went to learn to swim, and gol out of his depth near Sand- bar Companions went His _ aid but before they could reach -hini -he had. disappeared. .say Ivvo Gallcians stood on the bank anil saw tlio lad iGhurchill Kissed Blarney Stone' London, July Chureh- Lord of the .Admiralty, paid of inspection to the Haulbowlme dock yard at Cork and went to Blarney and klMOd-Jhe famouc Blarney stone, after as- cending a tower one hundred feet high to do this. He had to lean over-the top of the tower head foremost, while Sir James Long held him by the legs to prevent the hope of British Democracy from falling. 'KILLED BY AUTOMOBILE -Ottawa, Tuly Andrew RanMn, 26 >6iirs ofvage, A painter was instantlv killed in a collision on the govern ROOSEVELT'S PARTY. Neu York, Juh Na- tional convention of the new- Progressive party wfil he hold ff at Chicago, on or about August 4> 1, it was announced late to- day b> Senator Dixon, after a conference with Col. Roosc-, ff veit'and a number of Roosevelt 4.. .leader's. Senator Dixon said that the formal call for the convention would be issued in. Ne'w York. Catholic Nuns in the World 1 London, July Milan correspondent of the Daily Chronicle tefeBraphi that the Pope is abou.t to take draittc ac tion against the numberless com mutinies of nuns that are sprinj- mg into being in the Catholic Church "Jhe correspondent says theie congregation! are multiply- ing, .t such a rate, and at such pretensions of autonomy that the bishops are no longer able to con- ttitrn. Pope In conse- quince has decided to all less than ten years, and which" have than fifty members under con- ventiMl vows. Expansion in Business oldie City The customs returns for the month ending 21ih June lasl reached the sum oi 05 as against the sum ol 86 !oi the correspond- ing peiiod last ye.n On looking cuer tlie returns for the past 'sli. months one is. ahle lo obsene, a iighlv graiifving increase in the HR- urcb m cr the period; in 1011, The total returns lor the bix months ending June 1912, were while that (or the'sanTc-pe'rmtk.'la'sfc amounted an. 'in- crease ot moneh of March the flgutes; FIRE'THREATENS THE PORCUPINE ONLY CONTINUOUS RAIN CAN PREVENT'SPREAD OF BLAZE TO MINES South Ont, July 3 bad -fire broke out some miles south of Porcupine, which by Monday aftei noon began to drop cin- ders in the Tlnrmlnb and the Hollmger mines Towards evening, the wind fell and the smoke became less, 'bat nothing evoept continuous laans'can put Being nearer the bush, the Vipond and McNaney mines aie in great danger It is re ported the Hollinger reseive mine has been burned Hollinger reserve Is seien miles south ins not there is any danger of loss of life in Uie lire so last summers ment, dnv a j vv ith an automobile disaster cannot lie repeated ECISION RESERVED jLondon, July Judiciil i Committee of the Pnvy Council to. day reserved judgment in follow- ing case: The King vs. the Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company, from the Su- preme Court; a dispute as to the cost and maintenance of bridges over the irrigation canals of Alberta. Special leave to appeal was granted. Solicitor for the George Hamilton; for the respondents, Blake and Redden Record was received August down for hearing 'April 18, 1912. A VIEW OF AN ELECTRIC STORM of IJ it Htrlld durinj oue of the Urgent Need'of Help- u Generously Respon- ded to RELIEF FUND Other Cities Showing Sympathy Clearing Up Debris Regina eutaorlytions...... Alberta................ Minltobt C P. R............... C N R i Montreal.............. Ottawa, Lord Strathcona, Edmonton......t. The are i Uons to date for Regina fund. i The attempt to create the that no relief is needed Is ncrj Justified by facts Hundreds of people lost every dollar they owned by devastating cyclone, msny ot Own1' were paying for homes, and uopajd mortgages leare them that much to the bad Many have legs and ribs broken, backs injured and other, in- juries, and will not be able to work for eeks It is one of the grestteit sorrow? that has ever struck a ian community, and tht, sad ;which the scores of helpless sufferers" find themseh es appeal to the generous Impulses ot erywhere f Ie Regina, as a -city needs .no ince7 scores of cyclone 'sufferers sinking pioof the eltjjs commeiual Since_7the_ ginning of the present year ne- tuins have more than Dominion Land Office' returns for month ending June 39'last show entries divided as fol- lows 52 homesteads and If emptions t WILL START THE ROBERT KELLER REGARDS LETfl- BRIDGE AS SUITABLE PLACE FOR VINEGAR'FACTORY When Robert Kellar, of Kellar'and Lorenz, vinegar manufacturers, of Spokane, was in the city last spring, he met the executive of the'Boaid'ot Trade, asking that he be accordtd some suppoit in his proposition to es- tablish a v megar factorj which would utilize a coition of tho waste products from the sugar factoij at Raymond For some leason' the Board of Trade was not view the pioposnl' with favorf there fore, no suppoi t was accorded Ml Cel- lar, who immediatelv left the city ipr Spokane But if the Board does not think that a vmegai factory in Lelhbridgeiwould be a pa> mg business or good adver- tising for tho citj, Mr.1 Kellar don, ami now comes vvoid that .within'a jeai ho will have a small factoiy'm operation here He has nobgtven up the for he believes that condi- tions in Lethbridge couid not be. im prov ed from the standpoint of vln- cgai manufacturer. Wilting to a friend in the'citv only a couple of days ago, Mr Kellar stat- ed that he had been east ifnce he vis- ited Ijcthbridge in the spi ing, and has talked lhe matter over with several af his friends, and in several cases they asked him to sell them stock m Lethbridge undei lakmg. "I will be in Lethbridge again this fall, and I will enough capital behind me to go ahead with the.erec- tion of the plant, toi I believe it will be: a money maker." It Is 111 [Cellar's Intention to elect a plant eithpr nevt fall, or the follow- ing spring, which will cost close to and which will pioduco sever al thousand barrels of vinegar per annum. has f-ntercrt legal as f-nterc ,n ga with Hon A G Mackay at Edmonton, to support ans progressive mdcr the firm name of Mackay and llaulcy v" donee ___leed it. Hundreds are in tents, and'in public places, home less, and with only-the clothes wore when the blow aruck. ever'. there" was jj-oane' whid'h appesjjil ,to tho sympathies and generosity public it is. this 1 Lethbridge has never wanting the call came, and tjic 1 (Continued on paje t, CHAMP SORE ON BRYAN Blames Nehraskan for his' Defeat, Will Support Wilson Washington, Jub1 3 after hard battle, the Jortunes of war. Speaker Clark return- ed to the city from the t convention, city tonight, and-repaired to hla of- fice to thunder his renunciation of (he lice presidency ovei the'telephone often as it was suggested to nim issued a BUtement. pledging his port to Oovernor TVilion, and voicing his_contempt for the tactics of Wil- lUm Jennings Bryan, whom he-cred- its with his defeat. He said- "I never scratched a Democratic ticket, or bolted a Democratic '.norn-' inee in my life. 1 shall not change the Demociatlo habit. I am too soned a soldier not to accept cheer- fully the fortunes-of 'nar. "I will support Governoi Wilson with whatetei power I possess, ami hope will be elected "I lost the noininotion solely through the vile and malicious slnnd- ers ot William Jennings Brjan, of Ne- braska "True, his slanders were innu- endo and insinuation, but no less deadly .for that .reason." United Behind Him Baltimore, July Clsrk, late yesterday, jient the following telfl- gram to Governor Wilfaon. "Baltimore, July 2 ron Wilson, Sea Girt N. J.. Just Icav- Ing for Washington I congiatulaie joii on -vour haid-earned I nill do all I i-an to eteet sou. (Sign- ed Clark" f Wm nandolph Hearst, nho, been one ot the principal if Clark's candidacy, last night, said: 'As I already sold, 1 went to HON, MR. MACKAY'S PARTNER Stratford, July Word has licen received by J. C. Makins, KC, that _. his, forme, law parlnei, W .T Hanley, llaltlmorc, hoping that Chump Ctartj d be nominated, but nd I will iupport ;