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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume V. Letlibridge. Alberta. July 10 Number 178 BRITISH MANUFACTURERS WELCOMED TO LETHBRIDGE DEADGOPHERS Exhibition ol Natural 1 Gas Great 'Success Visitors Impressed SAW T3IE Potentialities ol this City Seemed to be Fully liealixcd ;.the.'.cockles of their hearts 'Irarmed towards Lethbridge, and with whollj Indifferent conception of Ihe "Coal Citj in the Wheat -than thej had eier gained b> hearsay or bj fliUdes, the of British nmin.fa.Uii rets, an hod (here at oclccK this morning luft at 14 30 to continue theli trip east i Their visit fo Lelhlmdge was a. com Iplete success The i ppoi ts wInch had come fiom othei western cities regardingHhe .vlfiit'of these gentlemen were not auj too enthusiastic, but en- 'thusiaam prevailed this morning, and Lethbridge ranks mnnj pointb Jilgher thein estimation than ever before To tliem Lethbrldge is a city built ron a solid, foundation, and tune is the only ingredient needed now to make -it one of .the beat in the West. The irn gated and -dry forms, the gas pioposi tion, and the spacloiiBnecb of A ere the things which ap pea ltd the visitors. The trip had toibe rearranged on account of the; th'e.'roafis acros riier. Only trip No 3 taken including: the lights of the nty, the experimental farm and fan grounds No. 3 and 6 mine, and out to tin g 'LadfM Royally'Entertained There wqre flftv four gentlemen i the party and .five ladies The f entertained h> Hie ladies .EVELYN. THAW As she is today, from a photograph taken.in court lait week biShawnan and Mrs. lIoKillop The automobiles leU the station ab cut 930, every one of the membeis In the trip With the automo making schedule time, place of Interest visited The made n good Impreasion, and remarks of the substantiality of the i foundation on which Lethbi idge i nere heard on every Gat Demonstration the Ftature The feature of. the trip was the P'blow-off" of the Eas at -the Jiatural gas pipe line, one of No fa The gas was first turned on w ith lighting, and the the to be very great It was af lighted, and automobiles flftj yards away had fb be they shouM be scorched i There 1s no doubt now that Leth. 'bridge can have natural gas to the citliens Bay they it "That was the 'greatest thing we wen on our said one mem Jber ot-'the narly, and It Mas a demon jetration which right to the of the manufacturers A-fter returning from the trip short were made by Major Hatch mnd Prewdent Cunningham, of the of Trade, both expressing tlieir ploaiuri- at the visit of so many repre sentatlve axn The Mayor sayl he had little tc say, as had Jdone better work by showing them (Continued on page 1) STRIKERS WRECK THE BUILDING CARPENTERS USE VIO- MEN EMPLOY- ING NON-UNIONISTS Winnipeg, July (9 The iirst, out- llrpak of the carpenters' strike came Ihis ailernoon 75 strikers went to a buUding being constructed bi the iTred Leius Consl ruction companj proceeded to demolish things in They smashed'all the broke eienihmg could ]av hands on and iniured one man working on the premibes so liadh lie had lo be taken to the hos pital lie cut, on the head by an non bolt thrown In one of the at- tacking strikers There were men ftArking in the building al Ihe (time, hnt were unable to stop the men, although the; tried smashing Ihe host of tlicif iibiliU, llie.sttikcrs departed Ihe men emploied hj the compaii) are not. union asMhc firm arc membrrs ol tile Winnipeg Itinlriert.' Kuchange and iKonnue no union ex- the bricklayers. TERRIBLE WAVE OF HEAT PASSES OVER THE EAST Many Die, Some Suicide, OtfTers o daj ot excesshe con heat New England nfts the hou-ast of the summer, and the hottest ninth of Julv in the history of the Weather Bureau TV o deaths and upwards of tlurty piostrations were recorded at Bos- ton hqspitalfa In Boston the ofhcia.1 thcrmoflieter i eglstered 98, but In the streets the 100 as passed New 'leported 100 degrees and ProUdence 9o The mills in PawtucKet, employing 200 and the Cumberland and Berkeley mills, of the same cltj, closed down foi the aftei noon on ac- the: heat. Three Committed Suicide Philadelphia, July deaths le to heat weie repotted here jes- terday, and three poisons committed suicide The maximum temperature reported by the weather bureau was at four o'clock; Montreal Is Stewing 9 '-The hoped-for break In (lie heat failed to mat- today" Once more the ther mometer topped the 90 maik-m Us retreat at1 vMcGIH while do-nn town the temperature was degrees higher At midnight 79 was recorded aiid the sky wag clear Two further deaths from heat were repotted this evening, and seven cas serious prostration are being tieated in the hospitals Two score serious prostrations were atten ed to in the out-dooi departments Nine Deathi Reported Chicago, Inly, s hot continued unabated jeaterdaj, Jthough the .weather pre ram will brnin relief toinor- ow Nine deaths and 21 prostrations icie, reported The raeicurv reached 1 degrees at 4 40 o'clock >esterda> .fternoon. (Continued on pagt 5) HIGH FLIERS ATTHE WINNIPEG EXHIBITION) Winnipeg, Man, Waited, one of the two auatpra ing flights at the exhibition here, made a good flight from the jtion grounds this morning Tie 'out to St 'James, fljing right back to the fair grounds without stopjm g Tip up about 15 minutes NEGLECTED SICK SON Saskatoon Karpon-a Russian farmer, iieai Asqnith, has been committed foi trial for neglect- ing to provide iiecessan ineihc.i] at tentlon for oung son, GeorgeT1 died recentlj. v GOOD FELLOW ON HIS FIRM'S MONEY NEW YORK MAN 2ETS AWAY WITH DURING THE' PAST SIX' YEARS HALF MILLION DOLLAR FIRE Watcrton Business Dis- trict Swept Out Clean Watertown, NY, July 10 Withten acre> in the heart of tl e Thousand Isle Park on the St. Lawrence river in ashes, the big- gest of the two largest hotels and practically the entire business section of the park in .ruins, that lesort today presents a( scene of desolation. The lose today is es- timated about and bt cause of the high rates charged for insurance there, oniy about one-third of the loss was covered. Besides the hotel, "state-educa- tional building and other busi-' ness places, 104 cottages burned. Ill Contest at Warner, JL-t- OD3 Gophers Were Killed BUSINESS MEN POINT OUT DEFECTS IN CMC CONTRACTS Warner. Julj The go pher contest, tor whith prUts weie offered bv the Lumbei Co', unclosed 'Ihe final count of tails showed that 14.09J gophers weie killed, all told. 'Ted Giaham came ill foi ft nisi pri70, iailB to Jiis Credit This is a worthy cause, and might well taken up, jnoie genenllj MAKiANY lHAgGi is Interview, in Herald Causes Ffiday All the talk streets is charges against the engineering department made Aid Adams ate being Aid Ad- ams Is out iodaj, and it could not whethei he in NEW ZEALAND'S NEW CABINET London. July Informalion has been received at the office of the high New York, X Y., Juh commlnsioiieis of New Kcalmid in I London of Ihe swearing of the New lum N 40 vcars old, a Zralimd mWnet n, (ollowu. 1'ren.lei trnsteil cmplovM of i the lice and Ministei of Land, lion grain importing tonccin of Dampl JMinUtei of.Iiaihvnjs and Native AC 'I almadgci Sons, admitted in the ttun, Hon llcrries, MinlBter of Pin lomta court to fomw. 'M lodaj tliat he liail taken al leait ,mastei Ocneial n N Rhodes, Home from the concern during the 'Allans and leadci of the Upper House pjst Acnife 'I hit. inoiici he saiu had been .spent in iwing a "good (el- hny and spender" in the tcndwkiin. I Ic-was' bail for-action the I'ht linn tliat the Lhcft will aniuiuit lo 000. lias adjourned 'for thiee weeks LIVERPOOL WHEAT MARKET Liverpool, !ul> spot No 2 Ited Western Wlnldr, St No. 3 Manitoba, 89 Id f No 3 Manitoba, it, IK, tendbd to 'Intrcduce the matferj a Tuesday's meeting of cil or n'ot The general trend of opinion is that now. since tho''question has jbeen op ened, it should be thoroughh Jntest- gated, so that those at whom the re- narke are directed may PI be othexv, action To veiled follow ng them, up w ith concrete cases of ack oT proper management is not con- sidered the propei thing i There is no doubt that there is more interest in municipal affairs at he present time than been The city is spending over million dollars this year, and so much criticism in so many quarters of the the feeling is now is the time to nuke aiii in- vestigation which will place the whole of the citj government be fore the The HeiaUi called on repre senwtiVe busihpss men this morning, and all were of tip opinion that Aid 4dams was quite in bringing the mutter up at the nt time It is likely1 that the special meeting on Fri day night will take up question, Andnpublic opinion Is that in anything AJfd "A'dams mdj desire he will be, supported the majointj of'the hetfv) rateoayers, that is, b1- the business men in general was unable to catch Engmeei Blanchaid in his this forenoon, but fiom remarks dropped bj' Elg staff the depditmeut would v> elcome anj estigation of an} kind into its affa.rs The engineer believes that he is entitled to this, and Jus all lecords of his jeai's work so that an imestigating com mil tec might be able to get at all the icfsT "Jfis likeh that the mater 111'be 'brought lo a head dt next s meeting of the Council the quastion of reengaging the city engineei will be brought up OSCAR W. UNDERWOOD Defeated for Democratic nomination, is working hard for Woodrow Wilson BRITAIN'S KING WENT DOWN IN COAL MINI "FAMOUS KILLErix it-.ltte. SAMUEL NORDHEIMER Itft an cltitc vilutd Peace Oiossing, Alta, Tuh 0 -Another tragedv ot the-wlldernes as occurred in the lonelj'jcgfons o the uortiiland, accoiding to report! thai reached tin? uolnt j'esterdaj morning; It ji'stated that Pierre She mas, ttlib moar famous half-breed hunt el ant! trapper in all this country, has met an accmental deith thiongh shootins.: VISITOR BUYS LETHBRIDGE REALTY Lethbi'Ulge Looked Good to Mr, Fison of'British Party The visit of the British facturers to this city today proved to be a good thing for St Augus- tlri's Anglican church who sold to the party of land on Westminst-r Road for The purchase was made by John James Tnon A Sons, Tel ford, Engianrf, wnicn fum will hold the oropsity meantime until the> come tu a decislo i as to they intend dojnj v. th their purehuie WAGNER WAS NOT GUILTY MURDER N AN THE SWEET GRASS CASE RESULTED( N' ACQUITTAL On Sunday afternoon, Alaich 31st last Petu WaRnei, one of the, oldest ranclieis ot the Sueet Giasb Hills dis tritt, jnst .icioas the llpe from Coutts lode out and ahot his neighbor, n nun named Pratl, icat and self up lo the sheiiff He uas taken' to. Great "falhlo 'staiid trial. A charge of murder Waa laid him. Tin' rial "Wiigaer pleaded not guilt} Mat he rodp home to ranch a free nun Tho charge ugainsL liini bid been missed, Hand at Breaking life Black jDiaiiioniflrj Deficiencies Especially la Pavements and Street. Railway Work BUYING SUPPLIES Executive Deals with Gas Meeting Friday Night The fireworlb are not tar off, as re- gaids the municipal management In th.g AS at a n.aeting of the busi ness men s executive held In the of flee ot the secretarj last evening, subject of management was air- ed somewhat freeli These who took part In the discussion were to cite 'inuitruicng lelating tq specific municipal work, which veil ,north looking into There see.ms to be .as to whether or uotS2 clti7ens njonej is being used-to the best advantage One instance v maj be quoted here, iiaoielj in con-s J nectirn with the lajfng of the street railway tracks m INorth Lethbridge Aftei tl 3 tiack was laid and the earth filled in, and packed, it WAS apparent- ly found that the rail joints were not completed, and the thing vaiua gang of three or four men at -each joint, digging out the earth to com- plete the connections, w Inch should r been dene before the earth J iephced Again regarding Ing on Second aienue, opposite the post offica- on account of apparent err roi in grade levels, earth teamed out had to be replaced Fur- 1 connection with the Sixth yfcen. era laid, teamed away and since thejOit; has been necewnu plftce "on the tracitB on as Uie earth on" the ground could been used for that purpose. in the first instance v Tlu condition of the power plant London, Culv 10 the first time in histoij, ,ir Br mrnarch descended Into a Qoal pjt Itjwas also criticised In connection J was the Elsecar mius that was with the giadmg of th'e ored, almost withm stone's throw off street railwaj wcrk, it 'vas----r---- s the pit where so had just ed out that teams apparently bunch _ been lost, and the Kjng the full knowledge of dis- aster. 1 His Alajestv descended the shaft in a cage, with him being the Archbishop of York, Lo.d Lord Char ib Jes Beresfcrd, a man in charge of the rage The man dulj aslced the had an> matches 01 lals and when his Majesty admitted the possession of a few cigars he ask-1 ed whether he might take those, the I man said, "Yes, I think >ou but the Archbishop haji to1 B deliver, ,and sofhad thq other shjbV era of the party. In ftfti secondfa thel lound themeeUes 300 vards below the si face, and aftei tlie toHbeisi terranean stabler, the King, who riad an electric safetv went through the wot kings for liglL a' mile, Ing fi eqiientlj to stoop because of the low ness of the ceiling An abnormal' place, two men were at wnk, ihoip tft hjin 'Let me one of PJcfcM he said, and the Rojal ed 111 getting down of softer coal, but the baffler ittoved too much for his unskilled '.hands Some of the coal asaa mo nrento 'have been where there were teams, and t TO PROftECUTE Montreal, Inly 't Repose ntative4 of the striking garment 'to daj In the Practice sought and peimisoion tike action against ceitain manufacturers untie) the alien labor law JV THE DUKE OPENS WINNIPEG FAIR Winnipeg Man, July Urompth on schedule time at half llast this nflenoon, the Duke of ConnauRhl opened the Canadian Iiidli8til.il hibllloii. A liig: croivd had gatncroiinn ront of the grand stand. Three hundred and fifty- guests "'ere .neient at the luncheon which pie :eedcd tlie foimit In epljing to a toast, His Mlih made a litlins reieienre lo the men loading a couple of. a long spring ct nailing to be this being cb due to in-etticiencj of the de partmsnt, in being able to control" the work One or things Here t so eaidjiegarding the f partment l i !t ,v Here's A Good Point Anqthei matter which Is of Tltal to the citizens ii the lecnving indlffei eiue of the citj department in the question tricting [or supplies for city II is a Known ,fact that the portion, if not all, of the material pur, chased, b; Ihe city is given to outsid-, trs, while local -wholesale firms ire', passed bv Thig is one way In the chic authorities are helping "to i 'build iip a wholesale centre in LtUi b idge, (Continued on page 5) POISONED BY WED MEAT AWFUL RESULTS OF PTOMAINI POISONING AT A FAMILY 1 REUNION Augusta, Georgia, Julj bour persons are dead, arc declar- ed li) physicians to be in .1 cljini; condition, anil 18 others are uitical- 1) ill, as the result 01 eating what is supposed lo hale been poisoned miat at a reunion of the Canadi f.im- .it the home of Mack Canadv near fiailiold, Ocoigia, ,Jui) fourth The dead II Tilliiun, Canada; Hcni) Couna, WeillocK, O.i, I'.ilr iloth, a d.iunhter of M.ick laiui1 a ch Id 01 llrs I .uroldtll Last niKlit .ippLjl was made to the ciH hospital Hi lor aid, and al1 available nurses urir sent to Oarlield bj the fne jjcrsiiiis are said to been jiuisoned, all members ot t.io Canadi lamih 'Ihe poisoning is saul ti- liave resulted from mixing ft Ha- sonini; containing black prpiwr" and in n zinc tub and using it, on Jclkiik CcnleiiinaT, Hie hundreiith j ear ol the settlement of the Flounce ircat The C'anady family if Manitoba tnc most Tho raclns piogram it, in 1110 f rcss. 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