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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta S Jbhnsoni; was f tv fe'arr rthXpf lenti and much- a property. rThere inany; CsectlbiisAt I l> 5; For Fear of Racial Troubles 'A--''. iWrTiJTriai; -riiJf'''t4-Vi''W' NOT REACHED tid -'lireak; j ;riiasteri 1 take the i.-'' r day's: iaey- Martin. jive. .to ifourJ, an'. earlyy-fond gr the "business- :-Were checked be- fore ,r they {rfeabhed the resldenc dis- LOSSES HEAVY is of secondV class as' last-, the marine de- partment has ;beea; authorized, to a- cost of; one hundred thousand dollars'. .The work; is tb.beprbceeded.witli at once. Trunk Pacific will and a half millions on. the dry dock and will receive .a '-onas bf 3i per cent for a period of twenty-six years. Calgary and Fernie.- his Egan was not even guilty, of acom- the latter went: into mon assault and was quite within his rights as a police officer and act- ing on the request of the owner vi leavve the city. King fir- 0-aVfi a the barn to eject King. After some further argument, the magistrate al- orable from' all '.The 'reply of.. Premier Roblin of ;haa been "non-committal, but a previous letter from beea" an endorsa- tion of tie idea. Hon. Mir. King" said: the'.commis- sioners were to gp east-and Canada- finding- .but the- needs-and1; present equipment of.. the country, taking -an industrial. survey of the; country, as ,it The members of the. were entertained at- lunohcpa at th'e Rideau Club by Mr. King. to the Victoria Board '.of Trade his re- their. adverse -to: its so far, as it -ap-. plies registration or license of doin's- provincial -Tt is understood that'the Pre- "reply. 'affords jno consolation tp.tthe objectors. .There 'will be" no jsuspension of. jthe of it anticipated by" the government that the rar d'hiwn -cases special- 'injury 'to 'trade'' in the working out statute wjil ie" realized in .practice.'' sentent. Aid. .Bowman being in the chair, did; not vote. .Decision jer-gave h-im on-the'after-j lowed Cameror: to proceed with his case-was the draymen's J noon preceding the alleged.. Dassault jexaminatiou, bwt declined to take down the evidence. Mr. Cameron de- clared he had to take it -down if he requested, and if he, t-hc magistrate, or anyone else, had -any' objections. they could be noted, with the evi- e "case at which; he refused to ajld admitted that he Jhad told Brow- ap- holding the action, of, the city in ex- empting teamsters engaged exclusive- ly. upon city' contracts, :f rotrf taking out .licenses, to produce his evidence and argue his a deci- sionTwhich even: .W.: C: Ives, .appear- ing for the ;fside in wh'pse favor the magistrate 'rendered the decision, adr mitted was entirely 'at variance with the evidence 'produced... He also' "de- livered an altogether iTincalled for lecture to the city solicitor on t'iie legality, 'Of the by-law ana its amend- that he had been leave ty or go to vivdrk therfea-" He was also compelled ron thereof. ANOTHER PREACHER IS CALLED W.EST Windsor, OnL, July F. A. Chadwick, rector of AH. Saints 'church, .is said to have accepted a. call to St. Paul's Church, Vancouver, one of most important churches in Western Canada. before that question had- been offered consideration. to admit under cross-exainination that he had known _ nothing about the information being laid for assault inn til Brower came to .Calgary and told him and urged Mm to cbine back to Lethbridge. Onvthe evening of afternoon that Brower had given lum -the "job" King went down to the Palace Livery barn, intending .to; remain there until the train left fot Cal- gary intended to take. The dence. After some further-arguments even j proprietor of the stables complalnted I to the police asking them to order and, remonstrances by Mr. Cameron the examination was allowed to proceed. Egan denied having hit, kicked or in any way abused King. He swore that he did not even have a fire-arm of any description upon- him on the evening in question. Contradictory Sentences Under cross-examination Egan ad- mitted that h'e had once pleaded guil- ty to a charge of assault. In re- Contined on page 'i BAD EXPLOSION NEARORIILIA Orillia, Out., July 6. -r- Longford Mills, near here, was the a serious explosion this afternoon, Standard Chemical 'and; injured eight one "latally. "The cause of disaster is in doubt.. It is suppos- ed gases were escaping and workmen on opening the; tank to iiccer tain "the cause let wore gas out. A. Tnaa was- repaying some tools at a fire out- side tfee doors, and- the gas may have become ignited. The- building used for the manufacture of acetone was bad- ly wrecked. The' roof was partly blown off, and fire} broke out, com- pleting, the work of destroying tho structure. John McAuJay was too severely injured', to .move. There if- no hope of his Still ,'.Port Arthui-j: July spite of ,th'e -improvedxweafiierjrjconditions i-e- ports-: are: "still., that-bush fires are-buraing.v. total dam- age, cannot, but will run, into hundreds: for this addition" to this is the loss-'sustained by settlers and contractors -.Jin ttie -destruction oL ties, timber and'Of ihorses. From Om Babika; pit" line ofVthe National Transcontinental Chief Fire Ranger. by lor- est fires; as: Jrembick Contractins two :de- one powder "house with much Mann. ;at, Tunrel two camps team of liorses suf-.., bcated and ail. supplies -'-burned. Harvey Blpmfield, contractorp.. powder .iouse destroyed.. Morris con tractors, store 'house and' thirty thousand dollars in sup- Nepigon. Constructicn !o., camp No. -i .burned. .At Camp Creek, the camps or Simmons and xJo. -were Fire rangers in O'Connor and Con- mee Townships have also compiled lists of. losses ,6y settlers. ..These, .number twenty-five. .Individual ses running as-high as three thou- sand dollars. Most of these men are wiped entirely out, KING' GEORGE .v THE London, George-to-. day, with1. brilliant ceremonial at' St. James Palace. held an investiture at which he; bestowed ;the decorations and knighthoods announced, in the birthday list of honors. V ;