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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta thurwlay, -fnly THE LETHBBIPCE DAILY HERALD Page Lome in AND GIVE YOU A few' on how to chooie your meat whether, or somebody be. There' art' many points about' gobil '.meat, that even an experienced doc> not know COME IN 'TODAY Meat liitet J. MURPHY, PROP t Majeitic Theatre, Phone 635 IS CANADA SO ENTOASTIf? 'LONDON STANDARD SAYS GREAT ENTHUSIASM IN DEMAND-, ING A NAVY i Londo'n, Julv Standard Imperial, navy is coming we the royal the licetb and iquadioiu ot the King of the United Kingdom The time is not fat distant when thev Mill he navy of'the em- jilie Sentimerit is growing in Can iitlii to, tile" height of nauonal enthus- iasm, "and Canadian iiiinnters are hero to roihfllei the best means to gne effect to it As Mi Koslei said in Jiis speecli at Hie Dominion Jla> banquet, "Canada, is a little iasiiamea t'o sleep'iVliy louger .in se- "cfnltj behind tne floatlns null of Bloel pi01 Idea nod paid for 03 the people of the United Kingdom" Canadian -spirit- resents that position of inlenoriti, hut If it be, neceasan bright and carh 'his morninij 'and jounced to river bottom ai> seien o'clock b) "automobile 'I he parti breakfasted out on the glass beside tlw rnei and to add eicRement a number ot Tliecrachcrs were set off. The .csinents of Lethbridge m at- tendance ncir from the following States Iowa, Illmoib, Michigan, 'Minnesota, South North koU, Montana ajwi Rhode Island The partv returned to the cit) again o'clock It mav be mentioned th-rt there were no flat inol- dmls or demonstrations of in} kind Kach mwnber of the part} stroVh a miniature American and Can- adian Hag in his buttonhole In one or two of tfle local stores the city llie stars and stripes were displaieti beside the Union iacK. One or two messenger hoys had their bicvcles bedecked with small Vmencan flags and juit lo lhat thes femcmbcrcd dn orjtub small hois on Fourth avenue huslcd themselves discharging toy, and firecrackers, r Garment Hospital Dept. Sick garment! made veil Tf join' sleeves are out of place, retet them. If jour coats aie broken down .wo build them up and glie them new life If join Sklrta are ill we guarantee a cure chief surgeons, the best OUr balms cure all eiils lhaf wearing apparel is heir to Patterns' d afted to order try our cleaning mid department. J. MINERS MAY MOVE TO CITY Lethbridge Likely to Be- come Centre of Impor- tant Labor Body 'Ihat Lethbriilge will be to the lab 11 morauiMil in Albeila anil cabtein 1) c. what Indianapolis is to lhr labor inoiciiieul in the whole of Am- Mica, lilt cxctuluc headquarters, when, all unions mil look loi aduci liant fiincUoiis, but it is doublfuri! anything inore splendid i than last night's amhasbailois' hall has ever l.cen seen there, or .indeed, In l.on- r The decorations: were positively and Olimpia beuinc a Ri- nt-ic (.onfierialori stoitd with mil- 'iifa of growing lose, llfes and trop- ..jlpUnts Masque trellis-aichcs hold- ling roses, spanned llie nails Horn Ihc chief olhceis of the hoxps nient, ,iak vhc statement made lo the upon a llciald jeiterdaj b) one of the best, known labor men in the district, and he, is mm in his hLllel t'lial it will libi than two this, lie- comcs appaieul in nais iihich one will able io see. There is cicn reason' to belieie Uial tlie headquarters ol the United JI ne Workers of Amenta, district IS, will be moved fiom Feline to Leln- the mincis' convention wab m piogress hcie last winlfi, a long discussion as to the .idvisahil- Iti ol organising the Edmonton toal THINK IT IS MERELY A RUSE TO COVER UP THT HIGH RATE OF TAXATION iti ol organising uio I( a gregt many of the ratepayers miners, and affiliating them as a dis- are (n falo, of tne eitenslon of the GORGEOUS IN- DEED WAS APPAREL London, .luly Olympla has undergone many transformations has been the 'scene 61 countless lit _......_ curtains of the loof formed a skj oier a garden-like atmosphere. trict the main hodi, Diklnci When thai discussed it1 IbrlUEC, IIO'YCVCI, wuulll :UB y. c l uo the fieldb, and iasili accessible believe in the wholesale of 1 boundaries just at the preaent I am in faior of "Vil bf moled from Fermo no C'algar li lhat as Calgari ival not close to am of thp big fields that uould lie lost in the movement if the officers had then headquaitus so iar 'from actual' work. I.ellibridge, however, would :be close from all It is'in the leri heart'o the Foiithcin Uberia field, can be easil) fiom both Edmonton and Hankhead so that'll seems to be admiranli located on that scole Bi inoiing to Lelh- liiiugc, tliq lab'oi nijii believe 'that, other labor unions teccne an ..upetlis, iihiLh thr miners', union can- not g'nc. -in Forme, whore mining -is. the' mdusltj llie miners and all ace allied m the xlhcila Fedeiauon of 1 abor; -and making' the hr-adquaiters Q[ that, bodj, as, 11 ell as, the miners' union, there would stronger combination than ji they 11 ere separated The building of .1 fine, large labor temple here, Hindi will be undertak- en this, jeai, Mill be another item which Mill he considered hi the min- ers' ivh'ch 'mating thsif. chmce headquai tors when the Edmonton dis- trict ,s Ihiallr1 organWefl as in all pio'bahilitv this'ilinter The contention hall in llie new building nil! seat close io 10.00 people, ,and lie mialualilc-tq tlie labor move- ment. If t.eth'iririge nccomfs the headqilar- teis ol moiemcnt at now seems morr than (he oBcial oigan of tlie miners' union, the citv boundanes, as proposed bi tjtj Counclir there are some who aie it, not, and (hej Tiase tieir oppOHitlon of fact. The Herald Is-en- 'd-eavoring to sound public opinion; in this iliattei, in order that no step will tnct ledger, yiill be reosoved to Letbhrtdger.and ivould then "iMomo the official organ ior all iocms of or- ganised labor in the province t, i Are Rectifying Mistake "A IHtte would expanded, anil the effect of the heat on the cement, together with working at nislit, when that part of the woii WM putjin.jcauied the rails to gel out of line It Is our' fault, and we are the matter, anyway, a few dollars will put el j thing in tip- itop shape The Bitullthic Co aie to be gin laying surface any time ONE MORE COMMISSION Ottawa, July oft-repeated appeal from the Maritime provinces for goiernmental notion toward lav ing tlie declining shell fish fisheries in Atlantic waters has been acted up- on by the Borden ministry. A com mismon has been appointed, consist Ing of Richard O'Uan, of Rlchibucto. NB Vlon lohn MacLean, MI..A Sonrls, P.E.I.; S. Y. Wilion, of-Halifax and Prof. B E Piince, Dominion CommlMlonOT ot Fisheries. This oBimnlMiou Will conduct a thorough of the ojsler ami clam th ami will report.during Q year. SOME OPPOSED TO EXTENSIONS thoioughlj underslood by tbe people Here are a few more expressions of opinion, which contain different views on the question C. Conybeare says: "I do not I think' much of'the other pioperty might well be left out foi a few years.. the population ;ot those subdivisioin at the preient- lime? Outside of Stafford, which ,hai over there are not iniore two or three hundred, and they .are widely scattered. If thejvare rtien into the citj niftde to n-ay taxes''at sanje rate as those in the older portion ofilhe citi, thej a light to expect improvements in the form .of electric lieht, .sidewalks, to build these improie menls to Isolated residences a mile from anj would mean unjuijl Hed jet those people have a right to demand It I think the Council had better so slow in this thing "'The Council has to do something That is about all I have .to aay at present, eaid H H McArthur f 0 Winter, of tne Lethbrldge Teaming Co, tWnkn the city should consider long "before" making ,tny move In the direction indicated "Bv- I think the Council is tryinf to turn from tie high tai rate by talk of extending the lira Its to that it mill lower next Dr saw "There are advantages and In nmkini the change, I haven t given the matter very imiflh thought a> I knon this, that If the limits we extended toe propertj of new iubnl- vieleni included have a light to fire and police protection, to municipal proiemenw, and those things i monu Of there n ill be more property to tai, but there is a thing ai carrying li too fai However. I not lite to give definite until the matter liau been giv- en more; publicity" F W Downer had no two opinions about it Jis said, "go ahead, and malie the rest of them help to wav Let them hel Ij their shire of the irect- ...Ted such a fooltoh and being said Mr Gog gin, superintendent of the Bitulltbio Paring Oo bwe, to tke Her- ald tbie morning, when about the mistake suhich had been majle IB laying the track on Third avenie at comer of Fifth street L "We made the mistake, and we are rectifjing It, and it is not going to cost the city one cent. When we tbe street car line here to fut In the cement lane, it true, and had been by Supt Bough oldcroit, charged with forging ty, olttlw street, railw a j depaitmeot. for on Al Morris of ,the But during the hot weather tie rails jjouis theatre, was brought back To Be Tried Here ___ Medicine Hat, where he rested on a similar .charge a (ew dais, ago, and nill retell c his prc- liminar; hrarinp tomorrow morning of line it. is our inuu, MIC............ recWsing H There I. nothing ,erv police court Chief Glllespic this 11 ternorn rccencd the wire from Chiff Bruce, of Medicine "Oidcroft remanded here till daj Sending him down for you lo dispobe of jour against him BELIEVE INSOMNIA NBVME NWIERS If your dMler caanat luuiily you, e J: I.' Mattleu Co., Slmrbrooki, P. feu You will never realize how much A COMMOTION IN MANY HOMES Kiddies Held to Contract by Circus Men Were Out Late Mam i gale tlieir parents rather uii anxious -time vesterday, lic- 'ing abbent fiom their hoii'cs as, late as II p in I'o this there is a sequel I 'I lie party responsible' for causing [soii'C sort ot domestic alarm lias a 'member of the Cole circus. It ap- icais thai a number of lads ueie lon.'niandcpreil to help in moung the [light hurt while the nas mak- ing readj for dcpartuie ser- uces in presumably, CALLED MR. CAMERON At a special meeting of the (fee admission to the ciicus The Kept, to job bi their caps beine; held in spllc tears'broughl forth In congregation fcars, 0[ ule and penalties attached to being out alter ciirfcu, added to nhat was possiblj an ailing lltem at home, llie hois iieie not al- loned to cUparl'b; the man in ihaige I heir nen some twentj ol them 11 ho had no go anav nithoul llieir caps inilignant par- ent, arming on the scene about 11 P Church, "held last night, presld I ed oier hy the Modeialoi, Rei Mr; Simpson, qfjNoble, it was -O decided Uo -extend a call to Rev..- of Scott, Saskatchewan which Kill he loted on b> the Alac- food Presbytery, at a meeting. to be held within the next Uo weeks obliged the keeper of Ihr caps lo hand them over Tiio mothers lliere had made incffeclual dp who Transforming Cnoas, to an Orderly Scene (Continued from front Seven hundred of Bought trMisfonmitlun almost unbelievable In the scene of ruin and distress. priJvld- Ing comfoit of a. soil In addition to mere shelter for the homeloas The work 'was attacked with a 'de- gree of energy enUiiiB if enthusiasm colild, applied to work of such a nature Truth to tell, the disaster has not been realized, and will be allzed. .Hegtna baa refused to recognSxe .her loss Ruin was made fo be repaired, and Regina is repairing ats no "city, has ev er done In historj The splendid spirit of en ergetlc is continually; be- coming more apparent. And it is encouraged Uhe more, .by the instant recognition of "need on the part of all Canada, and the efforts to help which aic forthcoming from all who are able to assist. Outside cilics have offered aid, fin- ECONOMICAL RELIABLE xs ancial and it will mean serious oh their pait Alreadi cuic authorities ale look ing to an Immediate reclamation of the delastated area MAGIC BAKING POWDER AUTO ACCIDENT NEAR VERNON AUTO SKIDDED IN .'TUSHES: MAN TWO WERE INJURED B C, Jnh I flll- i0n alld M K' blamed bv the parents for Lonsidcr some of cughl to h.ue been on the the dials spot, if not to prevent such a state of con fiacation, at anv rale, to see that the law ot curfew was not being trans- gressed. t WITNESS CAUGHT IN NEAT TRAP CHARGED WITH 'FORGERY SAID HE-COULDN'T: HE DID At .police, court .this morning, J.-B. Bretorv-bf .CltreBhOlin.'who goes un- der aliases of Toe Bicttou, Frank Page and I Polk appeared be-'ore Magistrate Bentley, on a chaige ot forgerj. Breton jesterdaj passed a bogus cheque Chinese restaur- ant, getting therefore a meal- ticket, and 50 In cash for the ten dollars paper b ink refusedMo accept tlie cheque, sailng the name of Smith which appeared thereon, was forfjed ir Breton, in defence, said that cheque had to him by a the visit to lyestein Canail man, named Page and that he hatl'.'aU, iiho represents a si exchanged a meal ticket and" 13 50 foi Prussian capitalists, it is probable it During his statement'Breton said that. Luge manufacturing plants will lie could not write, and could there nL established in mani iir-stern cit- fore not sign his name to a cheque ]ei Jk Jaxt corapicted a tour which would lelfhim out of >nylo[ M Senl 'or the cxpross purp asked to sign it, he did so w ith on manufacturing alacrity Wheieupon court, ad I lies to his friends Botorp coming to They are spending then best ef- 1 ausmancing anil It II Rob.nsoa forls now that the relief work is un beiercl) injured Mondai, about der efficient guidance to obtaining of miieg from Kamloops, nhen an reliable data as, to iiais and means thei nere taking for the furtherance of immediate re building The work must be started at once, and must be started light This the city fathers realue, and thev are taking steps to address them- seh es to the task along the best lines Simmons, M.n, Al K LauSemane- of campaign that knowledge and ex-, ing and R II Robinson, all oi Ver- perience cap pioude non, in tiie cai the exception n.ands for the hame The police arc! That a complete restoration of n( tne csuped with slight a holidai trip, struck a patch of greasi mud, skijded and turned pinning Ihein beneath it There 11 ere persons, Skin- ner, H'IT l.cakci, Wilson, J LETHBRIDGE BECKONS MR. JAXT Winnipeg, Julj 1 a tesuli, of a of Paul nriicate of homes, public buildings and others ]njun be a matter or years, was the p most cheerful prophecy of those nbo knew on Mondal ThVcity Council intend that this summed man, bruises and a work shall entail, not a nntlei of 'baking up, and is noil in a p jears, but of months, m so tar as Is oils condition Laus'.-manemg lias extricated from ic 11 reck mill great difficult) and bad precari- phjsicallj possible Thus is Regina rising beneath hei burden of grief and ruin The citj ol horror has become a of juggernaut ot determination that hei material loss nill not deter steady and sure pro Get Bu.y RobiLson, the driier of the 'car, nas pinned under in such a shape that it look liio hours to rescue lunr first he was thought to he dead, hut he still Ilics Ijing m Kamloops hospital, at the point of death He With Relief th'' c'lr' Wlllch was H Pel an immoderate rate of speed, mmler ha" been deluged klrnck the clar, skidded anil rolled -with cibles from England, Scotland Oier, met, dealh instantly, anrl H eland asking for .details and the names of am old country uctims of the Itagma disaster, but until be rets the information, he Is unable to suppb the detaiU But he has to the Saskatchewan goieminent and to the utv officials of Regma and it Is hoped that the details nill be aiail able tomorrow. Meanwhile Ottawa has not been idle The executive ot the SUJphn Ambulance Association 'net today anfl ;____ _______r decided lo send the Fiellcli-Uanadians began to jnako systemaHcnlh done a holiday of the first of in fact, SHOULD OBSERVE DOMINION DAY Montreal, July 3 e feoleil, ot sais it if. about time ,that dressing the accused, said that I'ejCanaila he usited That waa a consummate liar accus countri, hon ever, he thinks sc arcelj ed, m defence, Mid that he could not j populous enough tot the purpose tit British colonies and it'vThoped thai there ivilbbe no Lo fcioleil that the obscrva- po-iMbih-1 overlapping "S O S" have been ol st rcan ijnptisw as a na- sent to .-every branch'of.-the-associa- tion in Caiada asking them to 1 in English, being a ,nidian: The Mounted Police want the same man. for foi genes at Claieaholm and Baasano, so be nas lent up for tual WILL OPEN LOW PRICED STORE After communicating for some tmws with the Board'ot Trade an to coast advisability of locating a five and ten his coinpan} DIED FROM EXHAUSTION Vnncouvcr, B C Julj I ap- parentl} from exhaustion and expo- suie, the bodies of two fisheimcn Merr found in a fisbnig boat oft Pcndcr Harbor, 76 miles up The boat was t but contributions to Geo Burn, no attention is paid to treasurer of the St John Ambulance i vcn tor criticism on the acting part of the English people "ler gets tbp leqmsite dataihe is pre The first of Juli, adds, tbe pared to summon ii1 meeting of the hec papers, should be Cabinet to pass a lote for the lelief llun beie in of llie oiiflerers, but nothing ca- done lidtl! the Regina people lie men haie plaied a glorious pui-i, since tlio fonrsalion of Ihe Donilnion We hope, therefore, concludes la r Soleil, that another yeai.1 n-ill but ing, had stren the business on the fne and ten cent, basis, has armed in the city, and enough left to balk aloud and at- will open a store in the Coaldale (tract attention lo tbe boat To the Block beside the office of the McCoi iidentiti of the tiio men aboard there lie Realtj Co Tbe stole will hanaloju, hardlv a clue The older articles which can be sold at Jne, iijmg m tbe bottom of the boat He ten, fifteen, tnentj and twentj-fne lo nale heen in Bngltltmnn cents Ml Waid thinks Lethbridge I of ,5 a o[ the ideal location foi such a stole, ,iad has chosen to locate .here only after a careful suriei of eierv clti of West eru Canada Alter a jear or HO, when he has his business Kelt established here, he -expects to open blanches at various points thiougbout Southern Alberta. The store will open m itbe first 'week of August. TO HELP HAULTAIN Calgary, July aid seriatAe paiti in Ihc ilolltlcal fight now on in Saskatchewan, H B Ben; nett, JI.P., tonight leaves Cal- gary Bennett will :deliver several speeches within the next few days, returning to Calgary by of next week. HURRICANE FOLLOWED HEAT Lima, Peru, July terrific hur- ricane swept over Mollendo yesterday. It .was preceded by suffocating Waves along the coast rose to a great height, and 25 launches or other small craft were wrecked. Within the town thousands of windows wire destroyed and many houses were unroofed. All. traffic ivas suspended. Messrs Harris A. Olson today t rc- tcucd for tueiiti men to lie .'ent'to VcW Dayton lor harvesting operalions tlwic on the 28th of nioath. been lashed hj' his companion lo the niast. men had not been dead more than a dai or On tlie collar of tlie (log were initials on a brass plate "0. S. V. D. T. P. Hon. W. 'T. White will' attend a Conservative picnic at Jackson's Point on July tl, The Vndentudj of tbe Sun i an efficient and econ-' i omical heating apparatus I i that soon enough to i pay for initial McClary's Sunshine" Furnace biisi in the 11 oik of relief and to send tional holiday hi ,tlm French-Cana- an press and people uhile little or an he senci the infoimalion Majoi R J BndwhiBtle general Hec j i etarv of the St lohn Ambulance As- j bociatlon leal es for Regina on Wed nesday. A Generoui' Contribution Ottawa, July 4 Dominion goi- eriiment will Ilkelj glic to Ihe Tiegini lalief fund, the money to be raised hy Governor-General's warrant Regma's Death List v Hegma, Inly 1 The list of casu- nlities from Suiulay'K cvclone is how nearij complete Tuenti eight coiers it all up to the picscul .Thcie arc seieril patients in Ihc hospitals jind p both the French and Canadian people nul) celebrate Dominion Day SIX HUNDRED TONS SEWING MACHINES _ Vancouver, July a "atltch. in time saves is a household proverb In Orient M In the OccI-' dent, is en-dent, if one might judge from the large quantities oE lewing machines which the C. P. R. al private homes, iiho are not 'ev take acioss the waters. Tbe ifnec, _ "ootril to rctoid, so theic are like- Monteagle, nhich nill sail tomorrow U to he idditionb to the of dead j killed and uho hcrsfli lias as missing, lias been found at a pru- aic house sulTcring -w libf concussion of the br-iin, which will probably le- sult in ile.ilh or paralisis [or life Mohl ken, whose hrotllcr-ln-laii nas killed instantli, is lo lne Miss Hubsell, whose back iias; broken in thp telephone exchange, lull Shangba :ENOLISH CRICKET London, July 3 defeated sex bj 258 luns today in a county cricket match In their matcli with the Australians compiled run's, C G McCartnev alone bat. ting nell foi 18 Yorkshire on going also likely die Kunerals of the uc- lims ire being held dailv and are largi-lv attended Tlie boj scouts luirj their scouliliaslcr on Sundai j Every Housekeeper Interested The three churches mil be opened in in knowing to olhcl buildings lor sen ices on Sun while6 Swan Yeast dav Ihe Methodists will use thouii package of 6 cakes Sample sent on hall in the morning and the Prcsby- ictiuest White Sivan_Spices I tcnans in the evening Till1 Baptists j will use. Ihc Rcijiiia theatre., All three tliiitclics will rebuild at once. Cer- HARD ON London, -lul: the widespread outbreak of the foot >and mouth disease nm- ong tho cattle of England and Ireland, Die price of beef rose fifteen per rent here lesiei- da> ;