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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 Ihe t e Daily Herald EX-MAYOR APPLIES FOR AN Legal Tangle Results From Differences Over Pincher New Hall Monday, July Pincher Creek, .July d Something a sensation is on this vvect as ttic lebull ot ah. injunction laid against tlie inavor ,unl council in connection with MIC town Jul 1 The m- rjunclicn has been laid -at the in- stance of Thoi Scolt, lontiactoi, huildei antl funiiUire dcalci, who al- in tlie earning out Hie ptovtiions of the bvlifu nulled to tile people The case will br beioic a niilgc in Macleod foil the Illll mst 'llic first caitbc of JHlie lliat 11 now on between the iinajor and section of the, tlip step taken bv the ni.ivoidt incptlng ol Ihe council, when the temlcis for the ball vveic under cou- siilsralion AI I Ins meeting the lust of Mavor Doblur was lo onlei ev- trvbodv out of Ihe hall except the 'Jirembeii of council, including press (reporters, etc' Many claim this was ft high-hanileil acl on Ihe of His 'Moiship, an act that was not in the of the tovvn Tbe heai- 'ingjyi (Macleod will probably show anaCnej'' .step in the progress or the Vftajriliitiqu ot the work In anv seem that the worlcot VIOLENT EARTHQUAKE Fairbanks, Alaska, July 7 The most Uolent earthquake ever kuotvn heie took place at ten.o'clock Uit night, the earth locking continuously forjoity seconds Lest violent shocks occiured throughout the night Louis Anderson, foreman ota inllle at Dome Creek, was suffocated beneath a huge slab of earth loosened by lira quake, PROPOSAL TO GET TRADE FIGURES j _vompleling the fins is e j ftc delnve'd till late in i.._ Sear, if it will not IK held over until he Winnipeg, July a view to enlisting the co opera tion of tbe Provincial Govern- ment in the building up of a comprehensive of col- lecting statistips the Internal tiade of the Do minion, Prof Adam Shortl, F. H S, one of the two civil ser- vice commissioners of Canada, touring the West- lie arm- ed in the city yesterday, and today will be .in; consultation with Premiei Sli Rodmond Hoblin, and membeis of the provincial oabl .to his mission HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY HAD A HEASING YEAR 'Lord Strathcpna Presentee Annual 4 of Progress iLoijipn, July 8 Slrathcona at the annual meeting tlTe'Tlud-ion's Bav Co said that the results of ihe j ear's trading vveic highly gratifying While it had been ithe( policy of the board to prepare foi Hthe time when the lur tiade shouli! Uimmfs'ir lo Insignificant pioportions, events in Canada had moved so fast iccentlj as to" necessitalc energetic nicasuies to retain case was taken. The anti-rat brigade Is waging .vis orous warfare, laying traps ..with nois oned bait, und. closing .all rut holes The carcases of hundreds of rats are being carefully preserved, and be'sent to the sanitary authorities for examination. None of the rats have shown infection Less'alarm is now. felt because of the confident attitude aud activities, ot the health department, but many peisons me leaving the city The steamer Saratoga sailed this mo.'nlng wlth.a.full passenger list; FARMERS CALLED TO NAME MAN HOLD CONVENTION AT CLARESHOLM ON DAY, JULY 17 Claresholm, Julj a meeting tl farmers held in the town of Clares holm previous to the bjee] ection, a resolution m favor of putting farmer's candidate in tbe field a he next general election .held in ithe rovince was passed In accordance ith this resolution a convention has leen called for the purpose of noni nating a candidate in Claies'iolm or Vednesday, July 17 The gentlemen igning the call for the convention re Jobn Stevenson, president of tbe rout Creek local, TJ F. Thor. rown, ot Five_Mile Union, nd R K.tPeck, secretary "of FIve'MiIe olon. John Stevenson is mentioned as the rely candidate lie is >au old timer, emg one'of the pioneeis of this dls lot.1 FRANCE REMODELS ITS SMALL COINS i -ESS CUMBERSOME AND 'HAVE DECIDED CHANGES IN THE DESIGNS Pans July 8 long talked ot evolution in the1 cuncncy franco has now readied a concrete had remained stage and the total disappearance of the cuiuheisomc one and two cent riemanl at good prices for agricult'ir- lands as well as tovvn lots Winni- peg maiket continues fanlv active Conditions at Victoria, North Bat- 41eford, Prince Albert and Kort Wil- improving For other town- antici pieces is now onl) a matter ot a few months. Following the example of America', the Irench goveiiiment will bring in- to circulation at tlic beginning of year new. nickel .one, two and five ipated that the ,de-jccnl pieces, and this week: specimen ill be intermittent Pieces, were struck by the mint and nt distributed among members of vhe state of the Edmonton resulted in the corn- lots to tbe value of olal land still in the finance committee l-ach piece ha's a very thick rim ,to resist wear and is pierced m the e'en- (session was ,ter wlt1' a but, m spite I of these disfigurements, tlic designs are winning genual approval The GRAHAM WHITE'S AERIAL HONEYMOON WANTED TO END IT WITH A TRIP ACROSS THE ATLANTIC London, Jul) 8 Claude Graham Vhite, the aviator, uecided to cover :be part of his honcvinoon trip wbicb ay over the English channel by cross- fig the sea in a new Farman. h) dro bi-planc, being the flrbt hj dro bi-plane o cross the channel while his wife deferred lo lake passage in a steam vacht Both, however, ascended m the hy- dro bl-plane at Folkestone m the ev- ening intending to flv to Hendon, but engine trouble necessitated cents and finally after parsing throuibi they alighted at FOUR KILLED AND MANY INJURED TWO INTER-URBAN CARS CO LOADED WITH 'EXCURSIONISTS Marion, Ind ,lulj person weie killed, and moie thiin a doze soriouslj, some, perhaps, fatally, in jured, in A hotid on collision betu ee two Inter urban cars on the Marion Bluffton And Bantam Traction hue, i this city, The dead. Wm Marion, glag worker; Georg Dolgouffe, Upland, Ind, gchool tench er, Benj. C. Siheis, Marion, nationa military home barber- Garrett V U'eeldj, HJaiion, postman The collision uas between a legu lar cai and one loaded with merry makers, .'boimd .for Goldthwaite Park an amusement 'resort half a mile eaa of this city, and occurred on a straigh rack No cause had been assigne( ate last night. Tbe park car was .crowded, am ;ontanied women, but only one -as aerfouah hurt The cat also cai led the members of the Second Regi nent N G band, which was going 10 he park to gne a conceit OVER AN INCH OF RAIN FELL DOWNPOUR ALL NIGHT SWELLED THE'FALL FOR "MON.T.'H .Southern Alberta as a whole ci- nenced more rain vesterdav, last, Jht and todav than dating anv I Who, by vfriue of becoming 18 smnlar period this season During the night, and up till seven o'clock tins' irorninn 1 33_ inches were icgisteicd! at the iiieteoiologicjl observation DUKE WILL BE HERE OCTOBER 9TH AND 10TH DESPERADO Vancouver, Julv Mori Is, alleged by the police to be an Arae-il can desperado, shot Police-Detective Campbell late on Saturdaj night Campbell and auothei officer Ind been looking all day for Jlorrlj and his companion, to arrest them on a charge of hlghvv.i} committed Friday night. e o ecoming of master, and wilt house His at. tuning majority" away with the THESCHOONER STRUCK A WHALE St John s, Nw lid lulv 8 collision Tilth a U Ibe Grand Banks, caused such sel ious damage to the" two-masted hchooner Empire, that the ves- sel was abandoned by her crew ot men and a passenger, who reached heie The acei dent happened last TiiPsdav, and after keeping the Tessel afloat two davs the crew had to leave her when became choked The men row- ed 120 miles toward land be- fore they were picked up by a flailing schooner ,The Empire loaded with salt. Itinerary of Announced by Lieuten- ant Governor Edmonton, Julj Itinemrr (or tlic visit of his noyal Highness the' Duke of Connaught, to Alberta, bai1 been arranged, and is announced his Honor Lieut-Governor as follows His Royal Highness will arrive-ii" Edmonton on the morning of Tuesday, September .3, and will rematnC the finest grade The Herald todaj was shown some very excellent gram samples which comprise tasteful combinations of th riuygian cap of libertv with liclor and facei Ihe loltials "R (hi date and a laurel wreath on one side and on the other ihe national motto "Libertr, cgalite, the and the value These forms are hailed with great satisfac- tion with the prospect: Lord Slrathcona might anticipate it was worth not- ..-o few jears ago this was Ithccotiipany's sole industry. The itension of the salethop business wat fcound to be still more piohlable The eonservation policy regarding land had been jiistilicd a be) might have, thrown'tkeir land on the market eailier, but it would fcave been at a sacrifice i lord .Slrathcona concluJcd with a tribute to tihe loyalty of the com- panj's officers in Canada Two shaic- liolderi, urajed that the dividend should be intreawtl trn shillings. Loid MMthconn laid posfcibh there might: lie a hetlei dividend this year It'a sprclaiul.it at (he plant of iv as his 76th vcai of connection with i L Sonneborn in a loss estimated at the company and present coBiHUons more llian JiOO.OOO. Dense smoke ere not dreanicd ol bv- the first jfrom the fire, tbe origin of which is junknown, was wen lor milet, and a> I.ord Strntkcon.i, John Coles itnt liaoted throng from ill directions Rickird Hurhtidge nere M-electrtUi- .'eieral nremen nere overcome with fto'.ori, Umokc and heai. MILLION GALLONS OF OIL BURNED lulv a .mil- lion: gallons of lubricating--oil made THEY WILL SPEND HALF DAY HERE BRITISH MANUFACTURERS WIUL ARRIVE 6 a.m. 'WEDNESDAY c LEAVING AT NOON On Wednesday morning" the party of British manufacturers on their Milt to Thej leach the eitj at six o'clock in Ihe morning, leaving for the east at twelve o clock Dining their stay hero thej will be entertained .by the Board of Trade. It is tbe Board's intention to take the party out on a motoi trip, the mines and tbe irrigation farms in.tbe Immediate rielmtr of the citv being the chief points of interest to be vis ited Badges, together with letters ox- liaining the loutes of the trip have )een sent foiwaiil to the paitj, so hat when thej step off the train hers .hey TV ill be able lo find tbeir way ibout without difficulty. >ear out the reports being nilj from those on the grain Held. The following1 are a few particulars of grain samples brought here today Mr G AVhelen, 01 the Alberta Loan and Investment Co, biought in some magnificent samples of spring wheat tho Purple Springs district, where -lie has a larm. The grain Is three high and heading out splen- didly if should reach the milk stage fcj the end of this week, and be ready for earlj cutting. Mr. vbrought.in aome swell samples of oats which he states is representative of the crops generally in that district M-r. .Whclen never saw, crops lookln Setter, although the eHect of th three-'weeks of extremely hot. weath er .is seen in 'many fields of shor straw. Fine samples of spring wheat ant rye from tlie farm of.Archie Stewart north of Diamond Cifj, vvcre biough In'to'the Herald office today. This grain-is well headed out, and looks In class shape Another excellent sample of winter wheat, was shown the Herald today by i." A: Young, who has an interest In farm al'Chin, with E. Ainswortti, of, this city. Mr, Young's sample SIX MONTHS FOR CAUSING DEATH MAN WHO BET 00 AGAINST LET. TER-CARRIER'S WHISKEY DRINKING CAPRICE Beihn, Juh who are thinking of Ireak- bets on the presi- dential election, ihould lake Ing from the fate oE a lestaurant- l-eeper m Bremen-Eftcrfeld this lie has just been sentenced to SIT months in the pemtentlarj lor selling to a letter-carrier a gallon of Ttbiskey which the latter undertook to con- sume within a specified ninnbei ot minutes in ordei to win a ?5 bet The lettei carrier imbibed the whis kev and the restaurant keeper later deposited him for the night in a wa- gon in a barn >ard The postman was 'ound trozen-to: death the next morn- ng. HIS STHINGTH FAILED High Water, que, July aliantly saying the life'of a friend, acnb Trim -was so exhausted thai he WM swept -back from shallow Into vvhich he hail iliaggM hit compunton rater ud stands bctweon forty an'd fifty inches high, and IE well headed put, and was takoil' from n. {Icld of ISO ucres. The cutwbrm.K'arc an unknown .thing, on Mr. 1 clings f.nm IS MAYOR OF TOKIO Toklo, July Yoshlro former minister of fintnce, as todn> elected mayor of'Tokio, In succession to Yukto last noaU, TRAIN LOAD OF MEXICAN CATTLE iLEX. NASH HERE TO ARRANGE FOR TRANSFER TO THE BLOOD RESERVE' Mr Nasb, manager for Donald IcEwen who are the letsees of the Blood Indian Reserve, IE in the citj, waiting to receive trainload of Mexican cuttle from the south These ca.ttle came from the district of Juarez, and wlll.be" trans- ferred h-ere for Cardston where they will be unloaded Some years ngo the Donald ifrEnen' Companj" placed a large band of cattle on the reseive, and the; have been doing well Mr Nash savs the Mexican cattle are among the best "rustleis" in the countrv, and have given entire satis Faction The companj is now run nlng something liko three thousand head of cattle on the reset ve, whilo they aie entitled bv terms of the ULY ALEXANDER 'MOORE Of Pittsburg, the bnMfrMtn in .Lil- lian Russell's fourth rrtatrfmomil ji4- J-. ease to pasture seven thousand FOOLED THE OALLOWS Winnipeg, Man July S lohn Delger, a Galieian, under sentence of murder at Gimll, Man lait ed himself in the Provincial this morning ult'h "his shirt. OlL jf sen ts Case to Imperial i Council London, July the Privy Council todaj, Hon. C I. _______ Minister of Justice, asked special leave to appeal In the Quebec Marriage case Mr Doherty recited minutely various leading to the applica- tion. "Tina he rise to :atlon, and a good deal of strong feei- ng has generated from tlie fact that- the validity ot marriages, at all a Roman Catholic and'a Pro- estant, is dependent upon the niony being nerfoimed bfltore the man Catholic Church. Certain nor- ion a of the population regard thla VE constituting a verj government of Canada simply felt .in 'lew cf the importance of thc'matterc nvohed, and a desire hey should he settled the, juris? oient of the highest tribunal of ealm, It >Tas incumbent to apply to aen lordships for leave to k Lord consider most ib obvicualy of great importance, and I understand the desire for a special sitting" i Hon C J A erj eainest desire that heard this summer" L Lord that, case tjreir lordahtps mil endenvQr to make Mr Doberiy vilA that the goveYn- had provided ot both It as, then decided to. the CMC. if possible, on July 22, _ I__________1 LATEST FREAK OF NOTED SURGEON Pans, Julv Iicnch nav.il snrqcon, CAMP FIRE SWEPT San July )aha, tlie big_mining camp, in the part of the state, swept by fire early today, according a vv as1 I) ing at St. Maiidrin.Vsiifier' 'ing from heriue, operated upon hiin- vcslcrdav in the presence of cia! colleagues savs, I e Matin The operation lasted one hoiL. n hall, chiefly owing to the fact fhat o leports. ,.At the offices'of. Hie tel. photograph? vicif Ul.cn tlur- egraph compunj. it vvas'staled "s course I'lie iloeior paucntly hree or -ftmt blocks bad been dc-M'oie the operation and hii 'condiiioa in GRAIN IN ELEVATORS Ottawa, Julj tout a'monnt of grain in store in and east- tfrJi elevators on June 28, WAS S42 bushels, as compared withh 122.S29 bushels on the 'same laist vear The amount of wheat In stort as'compared with 97-1 hiiHhels and of other grains, bushels, as agnlnst bushels on tbe same date in 1311. WORKING ON SYMPATHY, Sarnla, Onl., Julj' Turks, disguised as clergymen, were caught, by tbe police on Sntuidav, attempting to swindle local clergymen, on a re- llgious book deal The man, who talk broken hngllali, state that they aro up i new Bible, and aik for tllmnrial help Afanv (n. Wcstcin Ontario towns have been dlr A LANDMARK OONE. Lightning struck and destroyed t nnilwich landmark'known inniei-j. U was erected by 1747. ;