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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald _ Volume V. Lethbridjte. Alberto. Thursday, July 4, Number REGINA APPEALS TO THp QENEROSITY OF THE CANADIANS fr; REGINA, SASK., JULY 3, 1912 Bditor Lethbridge Herald, Lethbridge Your message received, note that you have started relief fund. It is becoming fully apparent that financial aid will be urgently required in the near future. Any assistance along this line will be, gratefully appreciated. (Signed) P. McARA, Mayor WILSON IS LAUDED BY EUROPEAN PRESS British and German Pap- ers Think He is Com- ing President London, July on the Tiominatlori'V'of V Governor Woodrow "Wilson- as the -Democratic candidate for the presidency; tlie Pall Mall Ga. zette says: 'Governor represents an el rniit 'of bradth an'd'euKure 'which has been lacking in his countrj's polHlcs jienerallv, and in the Democratic iparty, perbape, most of all No doubt his succaHS will 'prevent that leakage In radical votes from the party bi Xh'icli .in other clrclim tances, vrould liave had hoped to strengthen his organiration It very.i rash, indeed, to thai Col..Roofewlt's chances are done foi, but the DenMcratg look like reafiiuf a aticceea which not lor twenty yeara." The Westminster- Gazette points "It i taking the liveliest personal Interest In the outcome of both the Republican and Democratic conven tions lie asked Ambassador Leish man at Kid to keep hi mfuHy inform- ed of the developments. TO ELIMINATE .STOCKBROKER HAHM4WOHTH ORGANIZES MAR- GIN DIPARTMENT WITH .DAILY MAIL London July 4-The Dails Mail lias fo'intl another outlet tor its ac- tivity, II has organized a slock exchanne _lti object stems in he Hhc. elimination of ths stock broker nd tin1 substitution nf itself At any Tale, an annountenielit published to- day in the Daih Mail s the pui- of the department is to enable .leaders buy or stocks or to do so among ttiemsehes, ivuthoul paying the high intermediary without brokeis and consequently pioflls ind commisMon hitherto im- ]io.wd. FAR-FLUNG BATTLCLINE London, July 4 as was Uie assembly at -Spit- head last jear to commemor- ate the Coronation, ifwill be excelled b> fleet wbich will be assembled there 8hortlvf, There will be 23d warships of kind drawn up m six HneH along a total length-of thirty tniles alB' flags will be flown. CALGARY TEACHER WAS ENGAGED EDMONTON EMPLOYS IN8PEC- TOR SMITH AV PRINCIPAL OF HIGH SCHOOL Edmonton, -July Ed- monton school board, atp A meeting, engaged the semtes of A Smith, at 'present inbpcs toi of puhHc schooH lit Oilman, as puncipal of the IIigH school, at a salarv of per rear His recommendation to the appoint- ment came frorrr a minority report of, the school management committee, which vas carried at a special meet- ing. The original recommendation ot the committee, was to advance .J. M: at present "on the .start, to that position, MINING CAMPS ARE ALL GOING FULL TIME AGAIN Likely Over Eight Million Tons Will Be Mined After fifteen montlmpduilnf; which imie the in. Goat hern Alberta and Wlc altogether or half time, new tbe old when mining; wae tbe in d lit try in this coalfield, ha a arisen, beginning thin month, mine throughout the n hole region" will begin to work full many of them will put on mone men than That la the news gleaned by the -HeraUl from the camps thejine, _ ind 'cheerful what tbe winter is to iq tbe south. The half-time period Is and many miners, who hardly a tap of work since the beginning of the strike oil April, 1911, go back to work, an which will bring- joy to themBelves and their families In fact, most of Pass are working full time 1now 4.1 Frank, Blaumore, Hosmer, and Coal Creek, the mines have been run- ning full shift for the past couple of months. Tire operators con- tracts in hand necessitate mn Ding their plants to the limit of their capacitj, and the miners are getting all iiie woik they can do at Lwthbridge, Taber, Michel andiFermg work biu been slack, but with orders 'or fall coal coming in'from all over the west Iriew condition ia arising, and every mine wJIt be run nlng to fuli capacity by th-e end of Tuh Managei Stockett, of the C P R mines here, is m the city todaj, making arrangementa for putting on full staff at No h shaft, while No will have its ataff reduced coflftid erably No 6 is equipped to moie coal dailj than ever be close to one, thousand'.men mil find employment there this win Wages in the throughout the Pass are good too Aftei months of dlenese, the men are haupv 'to be diawmK full-sired paj checks "once more In some camps the wflgeg are phenomenally high This is espec ally true in Prank camp, nhere laet uonth, the average nage for all min- ers except day men, was record which never n that camp Tbe result is that the men are building themwlves homes in new which ,isj springing up a few bundled feet SPANISH PRINCE SHOT HIMSELF HIS LOVE FOR AMERICAN GIRL SPURNED OWING TO n' edi- tion of New Yorjv IJeraW that' Prince Ludov ic Pignatelli a' Aragon, shot himself last night with a revolver and lies condi- tion The attending phj sieians ace, unable to say it he will icLoiei The Prince relumed from the United States, where he fell in love with MI American girl, but thu difference in their reltgiort, thf ller- savs, stood in the nay of marri- JOHNSON WON IN age And'it is understood that the the Prince to attempt lus life Prince Ludonc Pignatflh is a Span- iard, And mas at one time secietary 01 the Spanish legation at Washing- ton He has been variously repotted engaged to American vomen, but the engagements have been denied He visited tbe United States in 1911, be- ing a conspicuous figuie in the social acki itv of New ork and Hot Springs. POOR MAN WILL HAVE HIS BAY DUCHESS OF SUTHERLAND DE- LIVERS REMARKABLE AD- DRESS TO MEETING OF CRIPPLES _ Londol, i is com- no one mil for tlie ciumbs that fall from rich man's said the Duchess Sntheiland at a meeting the North Staftotdslure Ctlpple Aid Socicli ago called me '.Meddlesome Millie' as far as a numerable durhes; could be an agita- or I strode to be one, bill what been suite tHose days The verv mansion ofTrentham n nhich I nuned mi ideals is razed .0 the ground and the place N open o thi> public I live in a In ot old Frank, the In j peace independence as a friead SASKATCHEWAN ELECTIONS I Kegina lion I were i Sink: was nomlna- :atchc.wmi elections. on .a ne'w air It is estimated .that: the.Southern AlberU and Eastein BC coalfields will, (his winter, or during the twehe months, mire at least 000 tons of coal, two milHons more than, were ever vcwi heretofore U Cieek alone, one shaft of the Cionsnesl Pass Coal Co is noft laishig tons daily, with "a likelihood of an increase to ,5 000 Ions daily, during the winter months. In the Lethbridge ininea the output is put at tons dally, awl the number of men employed will be close (o 2j500, .i much larger nitmlier1 than before emplojed in Im- mediate vlclullj. nnong the workeis foi whom1 strncd main lears igo The Duchess also said something they not got. I want u col l.iJP, another person wants a .TO MEET IN CALOARV will have, one of the largest conventions to as- semble this summer in Wentcrn Can- on Thursday, July Oxnadlan Soclely of Domestic, Sani- tary and Heating Engineers opens V convention with an estimat- ed attendance of 500 delegates ham all parts of Lai Vegas, July world's defer.d title thivafternoon In his Dattle with big- Jim'Flyiin. trie Pueblo fire man. overwhelming his adversary in the ninth round of the fight Flynn never had a chance with the black smoke who simply toyed him ah 'easier; Hartle thev Reno irTalr two today THE FIGHT iY ROUNDS Round One "Will jou shaKe. hands, Jack0" quer Jed Flynn, as tlie battle by rushing Into a. clinch letort-ed the black kept in close, buti orison' easil> 'fivvolded' his attempts to the The champion his man across and hooketf'-lhs1 and a flung .4 hard, to-the jaw Johnson and fought with .at care the negro aXainsX the ,'and the champion hinr.wlth a right that cut a deep gash jimitavhlb left eje Koulid all i.- _ Hound Two i' rushed" Jalnufb amnly 'bed hini and held huii nlnle grin nine like ape Thex champion pok ed si tnc -fireman's fare' wilh leads Tiiej clmclied, Johnson upper- euttint, twice heavily rigbta to tojedtwith Flynn'-twice shooPlng right un to jaw, Joiie et Which sent the fireman's head bobbing The chain- plon was careful all the time Phnu's mouth bled as he took bis seat. John son's-round. Round JTlynn cut shoit a of Johnson bj 'tirire hooking: his right to the This nettled the black and he cut loose shoit iippeit-uts lohnson Ijled fio nithe mouth .is lie emerzeu. -nild-nne hut Fhun snai I Conttollcr Solmier to pat blood'in a stream as the champion cut' close jjltl Tvai met wllll urht and left up face U that It teemed rrthe champion noUlii hlnmlf ohecl. He shook Flynn Tilth a few stomach, taps scarcely Uyinr to pro Ills bodi fiom Flvnn'a attacks Jolm- conslantli slioved btoinach jrul OVER FORTY PEOPLE KILLED IN WRECK OF NEW YORK TRAIN GUESSING AT THE NAVAL POLICY MAY ADOPT POLICY XAURIER'S N.AVA'- IN A MODIFIED FORM July 4 Premier Bor- and Hon. J.' prompt- ly but courtetouily choked off the newspaper nun who wanted them to of naval af- The Manchester Guardian Canadian opinion and Im penal expediency will a re- vival perhaps of a modified form of- Sir Wilfrid naval plan i WU.L CONTRIBUTE v THREE DREADNOUGHTS AS DIS- CHARGE OF OUR London, July Timet, in referring to iti Toronto eerres pendent's decliratlonj that mier Berden will offer two or three dreadnought! In partial dla- churge of Canada's immediate duty, iayi that the moral value of "anpuncement is Incalcul- able, and will depend little upon the disposition ond life on H foul, jumped 'Info he rlnir find tirotiKhl the battle Mo an iBil- Smith the It to Johnson. JohMftn wu glren wtnl out to meet the ftcrniau HmpcrorJ vvho, upon arrival, tlip thf .isseinhlcd warships .and was grectfii with cheers b; their crews ihe sailors of the Alollke rcnHcd. MONEY C DA MAC PLENTY OF 'Quebec, Canada, through .the. Minister of 'Militia and' Defence, has cabled one thousand dollars to bo added to the Queen Alary oi the Katlonal Rifle ARsociation for the Bis le> meet this jear. This is thft -first time; that any, .colony' has done GO, and Col Hughes hones tliat fhf o'hoi col- onies will follow and make 'he Ka- tiouftl AMoolaUon truly Regina Busy try fjlcliciFJundr o-i. Is There 'Regina Mayor Me Am has wfrvd the Herald, he Is sending similar' wires to other cities. Relief is poqr !nfl In from every city but Lethbridge. City Councils everywhere are voting money, private subscription! are pour- ing in, and donations Scores of people are and many have but scant clothing Why not get into line, and show that the hearts of Lethbrfdgt people beat true; Since yesterday Toronto voted Calgary, Weydurn, 500. Lethbridge has given ._ In Calgary the newspaper relief funds are being liberally supported. The Herald today acknowledges from Miss Pinhorn, of Wim- pole Hospital, and a Friend Previously acknowledged, a total of to date Lethbridge people should surely respond to the needs of a sister city, Regma, July Begina. needs assistance, and at once, Is abundantly evident by the following; proclamation issued by Mayor McAra i, Proclamation "After of the loss oc- casioned by Sunday's storm? it ix'quite apparent that a measure of fin- ancial relief nil) to be gnen to some of tlioee who suffered. v "The only way thii'relief can be gi'.en is by tbe 6ttRegma, atld others, and in order to out tbe scheme, the City Treasurerrhas Riithorized hy the Empty Express Crashed c Into a Lackawana Passenger T HORRIBLE CARNAGE The Victims Were People Going to Celebrate Holiday Corning, N 4 were hilled juti injur- ed toiUj u lion an evprebb traia into the w cat-bound' Latka- wanna passenger train number tiro t cabt of ihifa The pasaen- tram, nluch runs from to Buffalo, had tieciu stand ing on the track A lev- the t _ gcrs, strui-k it in rear riay Loache luun, earned 5 rear afc lull atlabji- ed loathe rcai-ot pujnlicr SI bucL- down ,111 embankment, and lhe-61--1 p rc bbfoic ressjilunged half tAjSfop Most L" p.isscngers in( the uho going home spend Ifie fonrUi F W Passau, thr pullman conductor, said four passengers jin the piillman The death list probably foily Thuij-four hodics Leen UU'u fiom the debris ai nine t o'clock, this morning The identUicat'Qtt piogiessed Among the first identified' Caitnot, N J Miss Refolds, BrookMn, -N William Lticv Setleducati, aged 80, York -Jit) k it As soon as the news of tlie received, hundreds of lashed to Hie blocki-Hf roadways and mteifermg4 with icnioval oi the dead and injured -A del ail uf pouve wab sent from citv to keep the roads open and> people back from the wreck Among the killed were and children -j A scoic ot phjsicians were on6 ,tW ene and the injured were Vought to Coining; hospital A the injured are 'still nnioned wreckage and tnVir t roans ami shucks be cleaclj t leard The bodies of the dead were laid on he top of the embankment along J-be tracks and_at the roadside and cover- id iHlh blankets, from Kvcrj' undertaker in Corning callerf to hijlp caic for the dead, but inefr wagons urrc first pressed into of the Citj Council, and will be glad service oi cany ing the injured the to receive contributions to'this which will, of course, be distributed bj the Finance Committee in regu lar way and audited "I Hard aa was the at Uie he ginning of the week, and much as nns done hj the citirene In the work of reitef -for. injured and homeless, and by volunteer corps in clearing awty (the wreckage, gathering authentic 'de- tail, and preparing fot rehabilitation and rehabitation of the, destroyed aie.t, it was >esterday that this nas .undertaken to tlm erwiteflt .ftffect. Systematized to the all day long the continued, the ihe fact that the list of dead saf) BO increase th-a day, The army of ciiifenteri t'te erefttcst thla oily '-I, any strtge of its Seven hundred of thorn-'- day attMl daTin n ill the waning cRllsjA a their efforts. hnspit.iKs Cause of Wreck- Man} of tho also tak- rii in automobiles As tel the c.uisc of the wreck has not been dp- Hinnneii The place where it OLCtir- rcii was a straight stretch Of track S'o far as can be ascertained the fn- pincer of the fiain find no warning that the passenger train waa in his naj It is that he first H he thought Hip tram v> standing on a p.tralirl tratk special relief train from Elmirn ar-i Inter, bringing niusf: Coronet Herbert B< Smith ot- ddrd all the bodies remoxed to nnd he is pLinnirt; "lo inqurst todas bctoie the who be the main the case, lefl the citv cnger Uain whichMelt New York at IjsT niijhl nfmyih and was riiawti hy running about halt u'thoOL Utc ;