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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald olitnie V. Alberta. Tuesday, July Number 177 MACLEOD'S TAX RATE SIX AND HALF MILLS Lowest Rate in West Due to Big Real Estate Holdings THE WORST IS IfEARED Voted totheRegma Relief Fuijd Maeleoil, The town voted to pay 'the n'ciiej for municipal put jiosfls ami strict Uom ttlc town lots account to be rt-piid iroin the 'income in the same maimer. as debenture interest and iioy by di- rect .taxation. -Macleod. ovviis its own ttownsitc valued This s lie Jal 000 and fOOO in the town lots fund from sales and mluUit on other joiitMawline; loins will he mil bj di- 'icct I hi piesuit iaU ot taxation is Jii mills Under the ncv iplm it will be and unr lulf mills 11 is c4imilcd tint flu mueibe u value of .the township holdings' and Ifthc growth of the population will be Milhciuit to of! the indebtedness as it mituies Jhc plan rccom m ended bv Stedm in and hnosl and in mu lnicipi] (mince 1 he couiiul also voted to [lunate to the suffcrcis in the Ilcgina .disaster. CHINAMEN .COMING ON NICELY .Victoria, .July of- China- men, engaged In woodworking -trades here., hav.e walked out in svmpathv theii nhite workeis on ptiike fqi shorters hours and bett-ei POETIC .GREETING V TO BRITISHERS 1 MANUFACTURERS' WILL BE HERE JOMORROW AND WILL faEE THE SIGHTS M hen I Know ou nul j on know me, seldom u'e disagico Hut, iiLAci cldbpcd hand, Both often iiil to undcistand lint each intends to do ulut'b light Vint Iroit fach other honor uttlt. to complain ihcrp 11 ic J Knou and you know mc I nil is part oi the greeting sent out todrfi the Hoard of Tiadc to pailj of British who Mill tJie citj tomorrow .forenoon together with the 'ndsjes lo lip uorn hv the nipmhcis ot the iparU VPLC sent out details oi tbc Hips whit-h hue been -urangctl, ind {statistics concerning, llic" city which would ic ot mtcrciV to i nnnufactiir- rr lie succcsb of Ihc Mbit hrrc rie- jtnds much on wcatlicr conditions, it is hkclv tliAt Uit, tups as aitanked will he made Motor cars an urged to he at the depot it 8 45 o'clock sharp WOOOHOW WILSON for Winnipeg Uilj the Giafn I-Acnante todav a niun bre of pessimistic lepoits weio afloat regarding damage :to crops North Dakota and hail and wind- slorms, 'but no very definite In- formation could be gathered as this city .is practically cut off from telegraphic communi- cation from'.'the South.- sages for Chicago are 'being routed via Montreal dr Van- couver tjt ty Jfr {r SPANISH KING HELPED INJURED Madrid, July Duke de Osu- and Ins cluiuffein nere seriouslj injm ed in an a itomobile accident near ViifaMa, King Alfonso hapnening to pass mt his-automobile, Duke's ma- chine sin ished to pieces ith ilie Duke and his chauffeur lying uncon- scious in the road. 'The King helped to get the injured ihe'nTinttrhfs 'auto- mobile and them to Lhe house of the Duke's mother, -the Duchess'tie Uceda, in Madrid.. The Duke's .arm was broken and he jinllv The chauffeurs condition is. less serious. GOVERNOR MARSHALL JOF-, INDIANA Democratic-Candidate for. of Woodrow Wilson LETHBRIDGE COULD STAND INVESTIGATING TRYING TO SAVE HIS SON Coaticooke Quc, fng to his jear old son fiom dronnmg, Narciaae Beaudm met deathjii ruer i The boj slieam by tbe cun enl, but mknaged to grasp th branch of a tree and Th-e drowned man was fortj of age and a wife and foui children DUKE ON TO WINNIPEG WILL REACH GATEWAY CITY THIS OF HIS PARTY Fort William OnL, July There as no ic celebration hei e this morning' when his Rojal Highness th D ike of Connaught passed through on his vvav to Vi inmpeg owing to the eulj- hour and staj special train with Geoige Bun s I mate en Manitoba atiached, do ;iuted at In charge of Conduct01 William of Winnipeg this nnk ng the eighth roval tram hp has tak en caie of since enteung the employ of the C P R Stops will be made at Ignace and Ken on the divisional points and also at Wabigoon foi luncheon, and at Sel kirk foi dinner, arriv ing in Winnipeg at S.'IO o'clock. Those accompammg Canada s Gov ernorGenenl arc bib daughtei, Ptm cess Patricia illss Adams lad} in watmg, Lieut Lowther Captain Bui lei and Captain MR. BORDEN SAW A REAL NAVY CANADIAN MINISTERS VIEWED THE OF.F SPITHEAD TODAY London, Juh 1 minis; tcis todaj attcmlcit the imposing nav- al leucw .it Spithcad, IcaMng Ports- moiitli dockvaitt Tin's morning on the adnmally "Enchantress" and steaming thiough the linos ofrwac- slnpb, being siluted b) lacli bhip in turn Premier Bordeii stood on 'Uic brulftc, nilh Winston. Clililihlll, fllbl I old of thf AilnmalU, and MS- ilih impressid tli'c tcvlcw the Canadian Premier returned', to, :Lon- don, he is the guest at (limicr of Lcnis n.wuHitt, Ihc Colon- ial Sciictatv, hut Mi Hazcli icreains aboard the "Ilnchanlress" for the night Iho Prcnuct's futu'rc social cnsancinciits'is a with Kiuli.inl kiphiii.', anil shot 111 he and Mrs licirdon ivill and ilecu" at Uic King's command, Aid. Adams Not Pleased With Management at.CftyHall is all serene a-t the Hall Ts Calgary tiie onlj in the pro- vince which... demands 'investigation of its civic Not if some remarks dropped hi Alderman Adams this morning: are tai ken literallj Vlderman Adams ,mm have a few words saj at the meeting of ;-the-, Council The is not rabid in his criticism of anj ut the departments he' believer that there', ia room for great improvement in some of.'ithe de partments of the .ciiy's ivork, an'd'if 'he. takes-steps to prove -his suspicions theie mi> be a small investigation be fore miny weeks pass c had quite a lot of spare time this said the geiiLleinnir.'in: question. ' the Herald this: morning 'and I-have been, keeping, pretty, close on things And it is mj honest belief tlut is being pasted mi mne than one department, just thioiigh ot sufficient oversight heid of T department is ap pcmed IJe maj 01 maj not be a good in auc-'TIin tit corns to he a matter; of HtUe.cbuBequeiice. .Qnce appointed he dops about, as he pleuBcs for theie is work. liltle ovciaight Kcpfoii his That has been, done time and again and 1 believe this citv is spend ing too much-of. the people's .money now to allow things to be done in such a slip bliort inannei t I m not satisfl-ed with the cngin eering department It will not be long before the city engineer's year.isV.up; and we will have fo conside thx, ijues tion of retaining i sci Is he giving v ilue for the monej 1 think things should be investigated a little before confirming another ear's ap-r pointment. s j- 'There is one department-under the engmeei winch does not look nghf fo me, and that js the survey deptii t- nient. There are four survey.parties out at the present time. Aie we get ting value for services rendered? the City Engineer get out and personally supervise the :work being done, by his department? Does he watch for: leaks in the The man we want must be a man who will go out and see things for'him: self. He lias his' assistants in the of- fic6 to look after that end of it. "I think this city is coming1 to the time when there will have'to 'hC a change in the method of manage- inftnt. There is no general overseer or c'ouimissfoiwr, with a practical knowledge of the work and as; a 'Consequence the cily loses' money There some little friction between various civic authorities ng the past few months over certain (ucstions of management, and El' is not at ali unlikely that a voBtigatlon will be held soon. -The likelihood of getting commission foim of government, next year .would, he.! helped along If such an investigation wore to 4. 1 HAIL IN NORTH DAKOTA Grand Tub t and wind Storms swept ovi the northeast pflfltiOJi ot North Dakota doing gieat damage to crons, the lull cannot he deternijysfti several days. swept clejji a dls trict thre and miles long JiortH Hail w as, banked along the roadsides a foot deep eight CRISIS PRECIPITATED BY CALGARY'S CIVIC REPORT THE CECIL SMITH Hydro Electrical ''Engineer, well known in Lethbndjje, who died in To. ronto latt 1 GUESTS EFFECTS Allenhurst N ,1 Inh two hundred .from New- York, lost pracllcstlly all. of their." per- sonal effects losb incuned on the fire swept the Dunes Hotel, to the ground late 'this- afternoon, Mayor and Commissioners Are Slated for Inef- ficiency and Three Leading Officials to Resign (Special to Galgan, Alia Julv of the most ti ibises in municipal histon piccipitatcd to night, u len the icprrt ot the special committee of the CiU Coiinc.ll, ay pointed to mquiie into the conduct of the afldirs was brouglH betoie the Council, and discussion. The i epoi t recommended the dls missal of three oiU officials the City Engineer, James '1 Child, lhe ical Health Officei Di 'Ustej, and Sanitarj inspectci The iepoit also slated Commissioner Clarke rapd said he should It also cised the Alajoi foi in l-erference En the partments, r Tho adoption of the report al to nights meeting was Etrenuouslj op- posed font of tiie aldermen, uhile the or himself also asked Council to hoid action nil next meet ing. But-the aldermen'.Tyere' adamant, and although the repoit1 not SWIFTS BOUGHT SITE FOR STORAGE PLANT THIS PARSON A HUMORIST Trenton, N J, Julj call to the thud Church heie has been accepted by the Di In drew (of Tot onto, Can dda, in the following telegraphic, "Qib ilcal quofcation fo flie "But piepare me also a lodging, for I trust that through jour prajeis 1 shall be GOYERNMENT.WILL (LEND THE CITY MONEY INFANTILE MORTALITY -.Montreal, ..July Death has exact- ed a. toll among the little child i en since the heat- wave, first struck Montreal Of the 137 deaths iecoid ed in the ciU since the torrid spell began on Dominion Daj 9J been those of children under jears ot FRED STOKLEY SHOT HIS BROTHER 7 M'eagre Details Indicate Bad Blood Over Fred's Wife Tluee 01 'our ago, Fred a resident of North and hiSfWife paited She went J with Mr Ualtlcr, prountial trca- tint the cif, council has siucr J have been devoting attention the neccssair Irackape to possible plans, whneM the area IHil the wholesale dislnct w faal'hc- wilhm our citj devastated bv the Doming as an recent storm could he lebuill with- out delav fii v lew of the iacl that the Clh authorities have not ,-thc necessary powers under the cilv cbarlu to laisc the funds required for this -ur- J have, atler. consultation colleagues, concluded that the government must step into the breach Kioin infonmtioii to understand ,that 'in the hootl of fSOQjOOO will he required to .ebuild tht-ir to advise that this sum will be miade avail- able the in ordci that there may he no unnecessary dclaj in aiLanving the drfailb for loans re Accqidmg to the mcigre details tjinied to he made which have reached the citj fiom the "Instructions have illcadv been is- scene of the cnme it is allpgnd (n me to (he depart- Fred. fataklej, incensed because to piaccrt ,lt his .'brother's attentions IP big former shot, and killed, hint in cold blood. The victim IE about 1'ort.v impoitanl business itniic caimof he denied uafcd as it is m dose piOMinltJ "to tlic railroad ti irKs i( should before ven loni; 'iccomc a licence of houses. HAIL IN SASKATCHEWAN, i f Jlalbnte, 5isk lul> 1 heav) hailstorm with southeast.ami southwest of Halbnt-e yesterday ,af I 1 lelnoM damase The w 01 kings of the commissioners, in general aic cenfauied bj the com-, mittee The saw off punciylc, which, was mentioned bv seme of the witness es was deploied, as it was thought tiiat in order totget then can led out, commissioners --at times agreed to proposals vHieh leally did not advocate, but found it advisable to agiee to in order to set their wishes carried out There is a lack of 01 gaiii7ation m the citv hall, which is shown in man) wavs, and there is a consequent looseness m' the administration Tbu case ol the cltv auloB, heal the citj brand on them, was illustrated as d lack oe discipline tb'have'led to bad blood between the and to haVfc, furnished the mptive for it cnme committed jester dav, fortj five miles east, of Warner, ami five miles east of .Lucky Strike. enable OUL to That la.; supposed I ftlsh jears of age. The .'shooting took place morning, and ns.soou the rumor cnme to the cars of the Mounted T'olice, officers-were imme- diately sent to'lnvualfgftle. No report has como in fiom the of- ficeis as jet, but Coroner Humphries Is holding himself rradv to for the purpose of holding an i inquest lhe Stakloy brotheis aie said to be fine well liked by fhair They have In Al berta about three years. tic disposal of the civir authorities for the pmnobc above mentioned such .jUms as arc icqinrcd Horn time to time "Fcrsonailv, I regiel thafthe .calamity ,which, has fallen upon on, (fapital titv should have occurnfl al tins lime Uovupvcr, it there is any fiitlbci aisistante 1 can render lo bring relief ot aid to those who suffered from the awful storm of don't fail to call up- "Dplicvc mi loins vqrv O-igncd) Waller KcoU. sincerely, THE CHURCH IN PEOINA Totally wrecktd In big cyclone, It cett ovtr ;