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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald I 9f r Volume V. Lethbridge, Alberta. Saturdnj, Number 175 SCHOOL BOARD HAS TO PAY THE ARCHITECT 'Fdmonton Man Forced Payment of Claim-Chan- ges in TeachingjStaff Last night's session Boaid, at timcijji looSva Uko n, scrappy affahv, was the 'usual rou- tine There a time, hone-vet, when; it looked though something might deve'op The account of Archi tect McLlroy ot Edmonton, v, Inch canto up foi payment at the last meeting 'bfr-the" board; und, was laid for Investigation, was again. tabled, and nvas the signal foi A 'words- among. tho members c-f the iboaid T II said that 51 c flillroy: no' claim whatever. on the school boaid foi pkns tot the nun training'Bch'oor which -dra'wji 3u competition with othei aichltectb lie was Informed, houevei, that the Iriw had'hecii sppculcu iu nothing foi the to tio bul rto pay over the sum of the amount of beius one per cent of the cost "of the building for which lie diaftcd plans Mr Fleets ood thought an., outrage. So did ihe '.other, members'; of the board, 'but 1hey decided that the most graceful vay out of a bad position was to accede with no further comment. A motion ordering the account paid was therefore Mr.- Fleetwcod not .rvotmg. L "When school resumes after the mid- Surnmsr4 there will be a lot of new faces on the staff To date there have been seven i esignations, four have asked for leave of absence, all of which 'were granted Four designations woib submitted last Slight and flere accepted Thdae hand resignations were Miss ACitch- ell, Miss McLean, JIiss Telfei and v Corcoran Miss MacKay nncl iMiss -D. Nimmoms' asked for leave of absence for" one y_ear dlld Slisa Me Nab months Thiee reslgna iiopb have previously been dealt with bp two new rooms opened after the holidays, although the ap jjolntments have not been madtx yet SWEARING IN CONSTABLES DUKE'S ITINERARY IS ANNOUNCED J A Calder- announces that 350 special constables will bo in to atari'duty "on -Won- dajj to shadow the election uorkcra swarming over the iMtt'nitoba boundary in' the in terests of the Confer piu t) It is suit! the Rogcrfa- Rohlin army of election crooks is being tiinied the piovince The constables are under instructions to arrest'oii suspicion. The Liberals are detei mined the province will not be stolen from them PLACES HE WILL VISIT ON HIS TRIP THROUGH BRITISH COLUMBIA Victoria, Julv noi Patlcibo'i toilaj adubed ol the program of the tour of the Duke of Coiinaughl in British. Cohunb: EYE TO REGINA Octobei during .September and follows Kamloops, .Septl 17 Vancouver, Sept 18-20 New Kept 2.1 Prince Rupert, Ka- njiimo, Scpl U7 Victoria, Sept 27- Oct. 3 Vcrrion, Oct. A ;t Penticton1, Get, 5; via Arrowhead ..Oc'tf. f! Nelson, Oct. T. kc Mounted Polipe Office na I JH "J Tells ofj Cyclone's Awful, Work FeTgusoh and R. .Brown of Palmerstoii' to'- three months for robbing'freight cars. GREAT INVENTION IF IT STANDS THE TEST commercial department is to be Added io the course at the high fccliool H McGuiil 01 Orilli.it hab been _engaged-.to take charge of the a aalary of Nper n urn P C Jennings, a former membei of the staff, but since -Christ- inas principal of Coleman school, has ibeen engaged :is principal of West- minster .school- succeed Mr, Van Jif pted ditioually accepted the position of manual training Instructor, has do vided, that ho will not come to Leth- ibrhlge and new applications for the position are being called for Secretary Bowman was months' leave absence during jtt'hlrh tmie the duties of secretary ineasurci will be performed by Aliss 1 last 615 leceiveil, Including SiO checks. Foitjf thousand' dol lars was in gold, in sil-" and in copper The coat was leaving M0.425 for 'he hospitals The was held to celebrate the' of Queen Alexandra's arrival in 13ng- laml. TO TIMES OF PAST GENERATION COMMUNION TABtt IS BARRED VIan Married- Divorced Wife's Sister-Canterbury Doesn't Approve llondon, Juh 6 r-Tlie Archbishop ol Kent Home o f "Merrie England" Society Its Objects London, July 6 itli tbe music o tails, tainbouimett, castanets, anil diums, England u, about to enter on a marry phase again With the_ev piess puroosa of tng( the ol. folk songs and dancps encouraging J fcstnals of a daj and bright- ening life in general, a society has aeon formed with headquarters ai Bromlav, Lent, and it lf> hoped ibe promoters that before long a branch be toneJ 111 r every district throughout the country antcrbury does_not regard favorably "The Meuie Englana tc decisiofi m uphold- 'which is the name of 'the najv. afiso- IgHhe refusal toi'gEant holv com- has for its, olnet Jatroii ,'unioDloMr and 'Mis John BamJCJUefn o( twauiB West, the oigamzer B-In nuking for, .a as tb nd en dihniaj ed decision u'r o( andall says .U icgards the fiuostion a Uen mtorest in tlic movement. Mpatronage anll WAS CHEEKV London, Julj broke into the Old Bailey pris- on aud stole a sum of mone" from the -warden's office an who under Ujc cvibtm'g law "The llerne Cngiand Soci s deceased wife's ought, or'ihc iCLretarv, revive )t, be admitted to holv communion Queen festivals, Mains dances, [ollc no universal OL sun-ping dcusion 1m S0ngs, elocution, archery, emjbroidery, been or, r think, can he rightly laid ctc and it proposes eventually io _ a. Mernc England program 1 "A feH weeks after the passing of towns and villages becom- the act of 1307 I wiotc to my own ing affiliated with the society are riiotese a-lons; letter in. 1 point- called realms, and already there are in raf judgment im-jnfteen in enslence Some the dis- posable to regard a man as becoming tncts start iuth Morns' dances, voth- facto an open and notorious pvilsers a pngpant. doer on. account solely of contracting such as that particular marntge ,ifter it had as a crvil cpntiact hren expressly sanctioned by English law New the lake, cosj Wm JJujjgins arrested by a piovincial insuGCtoi for cauains three fires around Norwich, A SERIOUS CAR SHORTAGE IS PREDICTED Southern Alberta will within the next few weeks harvest one of the largest crops in its territpry Hund leds of cars Mill be needed to move the grain Last jear there was a serious gram blockade throughou this whole section. About the sam way to alleviate it? A GoQd Move Norman Miltigan', aged 14, of; Lon- don, Onl., was drowned while bith- ing in the There is-a likelihood, that a mining section" of- the Board .of. Trade sliortly be established so 'that matters bearing on the moat Important try of the Lethbridge district may, be properly handled Several times dur mg the past year questions concerning the cofil industry, .have come Boni'd of. Trade were bsod over lightly owing fco the lack information on coal problems. That there are some mailers should be taken; up .byv the ..trade or- ganizations for the betterment of the coal industry in was the'oplnldh expiossed to the Herald thia morning ny General 'Manager Reed of Collieries. .The1 one'groat dlffltultv vvith the coal trnde In the'Lethbridge field is the lack of a summer'market, inscwglt.it- Ing the partial closing down of the mines for three or four- months In the spring and summer. This affects nnd miners rind If it1, ban .be overcome it will mean much to L'ethbridge. The for Ihts stale of in that dealeri rtftite to I stock coal during the sumn er months In the first place there is no demand tnd in the second they have not tho storing facilities iiecessarj to handle large quantities of coal during the1 summer for the fall trade. The reault is thnt mery fall orders njBhed in from all parts of the west for coal The coal dealers wish stock up in the fall months, and alt mines have all tbe orders they can Dandle Then comes the difficulty in gett Ing" the coal shipped Just when the big coal "orders are being sent, out the jiarvest comes on und with coal and moving to ;the east, and long stretches of .single track in the can pre- vent a car shortage The result ij that, almost fall the first cold spell brings on a coal famine with un- pleasant results Coal Fa'minc Predicted Mr Reed's opinion IB that there will be a serious coal famine ia the west thtg fall With coal than usual -to Saskatchewan and Mam toba this there is sure be a heavy demand during the couple of months And with the pre sent crop pres'petits there !b sure to be "in tume horse riding jnd w'oodhnd are being added The toj band is one of the most recent eipenments In the childrr-n sing old folk songs or a popular chorus and ac- it with hells, castanets, drums oc more, modern instruments, while the other ch'ldren do the (amj marching and dancing "A Mrrne England" progtam com- piled hj ihe bociely includes games such as "Here We Go Round tlie Mul- berry "London and 'When I Was a and such ah "The Former's Meeting at Sea Believed l Cover Deep Laid Dip- lomatic Move Berlin, Juli b await with the keenest Interest ,and the liveliest aiLticipations ther result of the week's visit between the Kaiser and the Czar at Baltlseh Finnish Skerries The meeting to aji end today, the Czar, it the special request of the Kaiser, w ent aboard the battle cruiser Moltlee to make a thorough inspection of this pride of the German navy There have been a number of per-i! suasive official utteiances ef- feet that the Kaiser and the wCzar t were hobnobbing for purely pldtouic reasons It has been asserted with almost suspicjous 7eal that the Object of tne J meeting was to cement the al- leads cordial relations between the German and Russian eaipires It has been specifically denied that either monarch cherished the taking steps to end the Turco-Italiaii war, aud Germany, in particular bis'J disavowed anv Intention of trying to undermine Russian allegiance to eiUi- er the French' alliance or the triple entente. These assertions, however, convince only the uninitiated- 'The imposing entourage, wherew ith the two eroper.- ors surrounded themselves ministers, foreign secretaries, ambas- dors, admirals and generals, is evi- dence enough that: weighty affairs1 m the political, mllitarv and naval spheres were topics of discussion.' 1 That is nothing more nor less than songs Jock- ey to the Kair" "The Derbv Ram" and 'The Soothing Iron 'V The Mor- Hanged Mr. 'Bryan in ;Effigy to Show Their Spite .Washington, July ing cstories are being told-of the hinging In effigy of William J. .mer resort Wednesday the truth seems to be that 'the hinging was done by one 'Who disappointed over the outcome of the con- ivention. The resident of Colonial however, resented the act and by way of showing it, cut down the effigy and threw it Into, River, a heavy movement of giain carlj the fall ''The two commodities uu. clash and a serious tie up of the i all ways will'follow To overcome j early condition the Boards or endeavor to find Borne solutldntand the obvious one H to have coal stored durmgUhe summer That the car ihortage the fall, and at the same time ensure employment the year round lor the miners "How coliid'lt bo, Thai was tho Question p'ul to Ifr Reed. "Well, I belime "that if the coal dealers were given some Inducement to stock coal during the summer the trouble would disappear' "Suppose the coal dealers were en- abled to buy coal on >a four months' credit plan, and vuppose tliti were to extend-them freight credits for four months; would be .hat they'would'be enabled to build itorage warehouses, and have coalon hand for the heavy'full demand In' stead of waiting until fall (or theli shipments and then not being sure of getting them It would be r great nducemeirt to the 'dealers and .1. think bat if trade orgaTiIxfttlons In tlie west were to taKe- the..matter, up tomething lints i be ns dancas arc iwiiied, Roy- (stifck (stick '''Old Moth- er Oxford" "Thft Lively "Illuc Ejed and "Morris Off a friendly understanding to the effect hft Russia will decline to full many's rear, if ihe day should ever come when Germanj and find hemMlves in a death gripple with Great Britain and France Nobody n authority will ever admit that this t the goal of German respect to Russia, but it'is well understood icr'be the v iase just tbe same A. German society weekly cosiip to the "euecl'thai tlie Prince ol Prussia, along to the mooting Svith he Ozar, to rf i between him and st daughter, the Grand t Geviimns did not'dlgnify the 'ilh much attention, although t ecognized undoubted poUtSaKr alue of such a matrimonial "alhaace their eastern neighbor Sei eral speak out le probability of such a t he first place, Prince Jt ears old, and f ot 17 Secondly, the sstant, and the Czar's __ reek Catholic Thirdly, it is an open ecret that Prince Adelbert dfeply n line with a beautiful an girl of an aristocratic funlly. II a particularly strong-ntndet, this handsome lienteBant who will some day be chief of the German fteet, like uncle, Prince Henry vof PniMla, ud j those who know him doubt if could ever be coaxed mtp a purely political marriage. Furthermoi eN the ..Prince bag tftot seen the Duchesn Olga and dtd not see-her this week ,v Port, so the gossip jmbliilwd Salonblatt is likely "raiin, iych a, for time to i IMPUDENT AND OPEN BRIBERY Saskatoon, Julv 5 a big poll tical held by the ConieuAlive in 1hc auditorium nni tonight, Munroe, tlie candidate, made the statement tlmt lie had -the, 'assurance (hat the G.T I' would be brought in- to the hy the Horden govein- mcnl and that a bridge uith a traf- fic attachment would be built.vK. B. jiennctt, M I' oi I speaking along sniiK1 line, declared jthal the road uould not into the citj with lion V P McK'ab ,is> a representative. Speaking of the introduction of re- eiprociU into tiic campaign In the -iberalH he condemned such a coutse, iliat.it sowing. discord. ocUcrn the Wfst and 'Rust'. and he applied the word THEY ARE AtL July deiprtcb from Hiimlxldt sUtn that- UK Lib- ertls we the seat ot by acclamation There-are three can- dMates In tbe' Held, but all are 'ap- parently the Scott govern- ment. N n At a nieetlng held last night in Von-, da by Hon' A Turgeon, all three can- on Oie plattorm wltli the Attorney General, Mr Wright and Mr are in the field with the present member, A F Tpteke, both appealing to the electors for support for themsehefi and tbe Scott admin- SOME WINNIFRED CROPS A Winnlfredsman bfonght.tp of flav .arid alfalfa from the farm of Mr Ed Gosselln, uhich wore dindics SOME WINNIFRED CROPS A Winnlfredsman brought, to thf Herald yesterday samples of flav .arid alfalfa from the farm of Mr Ed Gosselln, nhich were dandies The flax niw 12 inrhen high and in beautiful bloom.. ;The i visitor said there were bun- 'f dreds of ncrus 01 it lirpiinu Wlnnlfred, and the jicld would he prolific The vihich was dn Innd product, was'of j'uars' growth and ureii inches. Wlnnifrcd dis trict Is rapidly fiont as one twst Jn tho province homestead-. ere are rapidly proving up, and tlie yield Is incrwuiin r ;