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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta .f life Lethbridge DaUy Herald Volume V. Lethbridffo, Alberta, Friday, July 5, Number 174 FARMERS ARE PLACING ORDERS FOR HARVESTERS One Man Wants 20 by July .Scarcity Is reared Slight showers, today, the warm recent rains, and Iho promise, of a heavy harvest, have started the farmers thinking of the 3ian-est 'season, and where the sup- ply of harvest help is to come from. iSouthorn Alberta, shows every indi- cation of harvesting: the best crop in its history taking all sections into consideration, and preparations arc under t it 0> The problem ot 'h'arveal help will ho n big oiie in Southern Alberta this Tear. At least, that is tlie opinion of .Mr. Harris bf'llarris- 'Olson, em ployineiit who .report a scar city of men. With every city In the vest doing more In'the way .of build- ing and municipal improvements than ever beiore." recorded, .and with Dai gp ULtton contiacts in all" parts of-west draining the conn try of, every available to say jiothmg of the big irrigation contracts in .the south employing hundreds of jnen, the .problem of harvest help in this of the west this gnes every indication-of being more acute than'ever before, it seems.now that the only solution of the problem will be. the obtaining of a large supply of men' from east. But.here promises to he trouble. .The harvest this year will be in full swing; In August, if weather conditions are ".favorable. H will -be :get meti from the east BO early in the'summer as the .har- vest In, the- eant will be on; at the same time; how the dif- ficulty is .to be overcome cannot be is lid. just now but it is hkeh that Bpaids of "Trade and the tians portatiou companies will endeavor to find a solution for the, difficulty. that demand for harvest- ers will'.De ;Jieavy, one man in the New Dayton' district this morning booked an order with Han is 01 eon for-twenty men ,to report on July LIGHTNING'S DEADLY WORK A __ iUonclon, N.B., July man. is dead, and three others X in hospital, having neon struck by'.lightning .'near here in a -tremendous etectvlcul exist at times the.'re'flectibns on the lawyers MT Sifton made no such reference. A great proportion of the docu nieuts are sent'.jnrby lajmen, doubt less io lamer3 fees, and of business large ly the The premier is a lawjer, and not in the habit of leflectlng piofession Mi Sifton qulfe appreciated the mo tive back of tlie statement made at the Board of Tradej and had nothing -ESTABLISHING TEN- HOUR DAY. further to say aboui'it He liad made no reference lands title tortile necessity of a TO CRUISE Ottawa, Ont., HUDSON'S BAY July steamer Stanley sails from North Syd ney on July 9, for Hudson's Bar The Stanley will cruise about in the "bay, reaching Port Nelson in time to "take the Minister of Railways aboard Mi Cochiane uill come hack bj boat, DASHED INTO DEAD GAS CAR THREE KILLEO IN ONE OF MANY FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRA- TION ACCIDENTS I'ulsa, Oklahoma, July T persons were killed1 and were wounded' when an inter-urban, car imn ca1, i of a mile of Sand Spimgs I'ark last night The car was bringing 300'picnickers from the Fourth of .Inly ;cdebration to. this cily. 'Hie air hiakcs failed wlicn the motorman tried to stop1 his car." The dead Maxfcr, Inlsa, jtiss Mary Kulily, Tulsa an'-unidenllnod. boy., scout. ENGLISH MONEY TO CONTROL RAILWAY SYNDICATE HAVE BOUGHT CON- TROL OF RAILWAY AND IN- TERESTS IN MEXICO Tacoma, Wash., July Engllal syndicaito has signed a contract to purchase tbe controlling Interest in the Mexican Pacific Companj s rail- road and station pioperties and gov- ernment concessions on the 'weat coast ot Mexico for several million dollars. The announcenient.TvaH made yerfter day -by MoriU Thompson, who aayi the name or the company will be changed'to. the Rail- way Company, and that active con' striiction of the road will be pushed. In -150 -miles of road will'be built. Work on the road Is in pro- gress. Five hundred men are em- ployed, ami a portion of the line has been completed. The company'plans to rail road from Zihuatana jo to Basils, where it will connect with the nation- al road of Mexico. J Mr. Thompson obtained his original concession eix years ago. Recently it was enlarged, br.sed on greater rail- way mileage. Air. Thompson owns flourishing mills at Tacoma and Seat- tle. .His associates live here and in Scuttle. THE BODIES IDENTIFIED VaccGuver, B.C., July 'btxi leu of two'fishermen .found oti off Pendei1 harbor, have been identified as C. Cooppr and Hugh Ed- of South Vancouver. In the boat with tbe men was dog 'whose collar and tag were' marked, and mark 'the men were iden- tified. Cooper had been the. dog's owner, and got a license for him jwst before going a fishing triyt Paris of Deputies bill .providing a for employees houses. July Chamber pasbed a ir da> smess 4 STRIKING DOCKERS BECOME RIOTOUS ASSAULT P.OL1CE AT.HARVE SEVERALulNJURED BY THE FLVING'BRICKS France, Julv 5. The stiike ;of seamen and dock -laborers which is lapidlj spreading throughout accompanied by serious Jieie A. number of took poeeeagion ot _a dock steamer, and when and driv- en off by tue-police gatbeied again at, the docks, and met the police a detachTnent of infantrj with sbowers of missiles of the soldieis and police weie injured, bj bricks hurled from wiudotts of houses in adjacent sti eeta lft The strikers' finallj 'wore forced to retire hut retreated slow ly, erecting ban icades in manj of the sti eets broke nil the the two principal jjohce stations .n the city. Among the riugleadeis of the strik- ers were several excited women, 'wear- ing .red '.sashes S A BEDFORD The New Deputy Minister of Ajjrieu ture in Manitoba TWO MORE ON THE DEATH LIST MEMBERS OF BRITISH ARMY P INC CORPS LOSE LIFE IN AN ACCIDENT Plain Fng Jul) 5 Captain E B Lorainc and Scrgt, Major WUson, of Hie atinv flving corps, nerc lillcd tins rooming flying over1 tlie great military en tampment here Tliei were Uking their usual early morning practice and the aeroplane had reached a height of 100 feet, when the machine lost'Us balance, turned over'and'fell to the nudvm Sergeant-Major Wilson ua? killed but fiptam Lorainc lued short time, although he was -un- conscious when picked up. BIG INTERESTS ARE ASSURED ltaM'a, .July hy ce- ncnt-iuaniifacturci's of tlie action of lie government in1 cutting tlie cement duty-in two Jias caused a government tiitcnicnt to be maito covering the general cement siuiation. m autlioriUfivc source, out lie reiluction is a trmporary measure Icsigncd to meet the eemeiii shortage eastern and westcni Canada. Tim lucliirn is in no way significant vith the well established policy ,oi lie (Jonserya-tivc party and Bortfen ;ovcriinieiit, The elections take place on Thursday. In each case the Liberal candidate' IB placed first; Arm G. Sebtt, F. C.' Whit- Postpbnedi S S Simpson, Dr Ov North At J'mlaj son, r T FoleiT Biggar-C W Cati L McDonald CannlngUm-D J C B V. Woods S D s Giegor Cumbeilanrt and Engle Harris, J G. U'f' cotk i tj Bell, Pi G Robinson Dr Ma. ban. L-ockheaa.'Dr ston .T Hamilton lUcintosh H W Hun bridge Daily News Points Out Evident Campaign of Unionist Press London, July Premier Bwden; and his colleague will attend the fleet manoeuvres nevt week. Among other engagements, in addition, to al- ready announced, lire 'the the! Empire Parliamen'tary Social' and the London Chamber of Commerce. The Colonial Secretary on Pie- mler Borden directlj after his arriv- al Some idea of the public mteiest ta- ken in the vitit Canada's, Premier and Ins ministers inav be gained from the fact that for several dajs the papeis have devoted a couple of columns to desci ibing incidents the arrival, The Dail> News gives tfto editorial uarmngb It that a section of the Knglisb press and Unionist party 1 are trying to create an utrndsphere of panics, so as to hustle the Canadian t ministers irito accepting a scheme for an Impenal squadron under the pres- sure of a panic, whereas it n perfect- ll easj to show that the scare is bdbclCEG, and tbe nawl 'aituatioa is much easier since the German rate' of has diopped fi'fty per cent l "Should the Dominion discover that- it hae been ed, a pretty heavy blow Tdll beeu struck at the mutual confidence winch is the sur- est basis for Imperial cooperation'1 Premiei Borden announces today that he will not attend an> functions until the arrangements are fixed for conferences with the Butish anthori-1- !ft Jolm A Turgeoii, '.i'-D, (Continued irom page PITTSBURGH ULTRA LOYAL VICTIMS DEAD AND INJURED IN CAUSE OF PATIJIOTISM IS QUITE POSING Pittshuig, Juh o Up to midnight, the scon; of llie Fdlicth, PlUsburg loomed" At that hour, accident', reported and a score of hrcb had been'subdued a loss of upnacds of MO.OOO The Lasuiilly lisd lian.ci> up boiuething Iiko this One, dead, one biokon back, one cje lost an.1 (RO badlj ihjlired, llngeis missing, lour amputa- tions oi hands, stiuc'k hy bul- Icts, tfto arms amputated, three sci- loush burned bv pondci- cv'plosion, an.l one in a cntical conrtitioh, an evplobion of that tore op- en I lie neck: Injuries of burns. CANADA'S- CROP OF DIVORCES, Thare am Bie at'Otta-S ua. for dlYorce, the i appli-, F Sauudere, Minnie; otliets_consisted of i A SEAT- Quebec, lulj J. E Caroii. foimer Minister o-f Agriculture, who sat foi L'IsIet in the Ptr- Iiament, but Has defeated in the elec- tion's hy Mr Octave nominated as the government candi date in 'the llagdaleli: lilands The Opposition candidate null. IB Mr Aresen- POLICE FIRED ON THE RIOTERS TO CARRY MAILS IN NAVAL BOATS Mara HIM, I'-r.mci-, of- ficers 01 tin line sleanvers to- iliridwl lo win (lie stnking sea> anil iloclcrs Tins coTpletelv Ihp m.iii setvicr of this' (OiniMin in tlie Jlrdilcrranpan Uni-, tionol dc'itrojers are to be rcqmsi- loned lo t.irrv the mails Trie mtot- ruplion of the service fig, causing im- reiiM1 losses to the Quehcc'ac'Ttro'wd'ncar'H M" Mic prisoner up, was shable merchandise, iUipcciiliy; 61 at I'olnt Auj-TremWes, and did rd He cn'pliul Ins rrxolur into thej fruits from Algeria and Corsica. Tta% locks aie guarcjcd by. the .WAS DESTRUCTIVE FIRE The third big..fire of Ihc week in SIXTY FOREIGNERS STORM JAIL .TO RELEASE PAL; .MET ,WITH HOT RECEPTION Incite City, Pa .July 5 One man dead, another dying 'anil two in a serious condition are the: result of s.. 01 bixt} foreigner, t.) and who had hcen arrested for disorderly eondiu'l" at .Slavish dance. All the victims are foteigners Policeman lohnbtou liiitclicrofl: made Ihe arrest and while storm Ihc jail hero rescue a cotintrvman MR MANWARING EXPLAINS VAL- UATION PLACED ON HEIGHTS LOTS i At last night'b meeting of the Boald' Tiade attention was called bj A >lcKillop, vice presMeut. Boafd, to a leading article which ap-( peaied a tew evenings ago In .Heiald, legaidmg the price of lots m'- Heights Jfr McKillop vi.s otv the opinion that the Board out its jui iadictiou in setting any pric- es 01 real estate of any kind, and thought some inle should ba follow ed in answering all i regarding Ihe nnce of Jn any'pwt of the city Ills opinion supported by the meeting, atten-von called fact that seme inontli ago, the BoaTrt took the stand that nV emiulriM this kind be anBiwyed by ghr- nig a on the prophjtjr allied, ahout in communications, s Board nas sure to set into so doing Secretary Jianwaiing explained his attitude in the matter n} stating that in Uie case, of River Heights, the quiry had come from the financial itor ot Toronto Saturday Night, ing for hig personal opinion of the price property in question, and specifically stating that it would bs treated as confidential Hig trust had not been kept, by 'the editor of Ihe Toronto paper, and the Board was placed in a wrong light f Aa to enquiries regarding the prices of subdivision lots his answer mWri- abl; was that eastern esters should not buy property in any western citj before having first seen it in person. The Board consideled that tils was the wisest course to follow, and it is safe to say that tlie Board will be-drag gcd into no further controieisies on the matter 000 damage., Montreal sent aid. crond. 'Ihoic not injuted lied, ;