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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta CAMPBEliTON IS WIPED OUT Only Seven Left-The Work Of Relief Dalhqusic, N. B., July 12.-Camp- bell'ton was practically wiped out oi existence yesterday i as only seven houses are left. The fire started up town about three o'clock and a ter- rific north-east wind was blowing and in four hours the entire town was in ruins, with a population of flv.e thousand homeless and many scarcely half clothed. The wind was "so strong 'that when a pile of ten million shin- gtes caught fire' they were, hurled through the town like so jjaucn. chaff. Five lumber mills have gone down with a million feet of .lumber piled in .the yards. The Harquail's wood-1 working factory with all their him- I her, has been destroyed. The I.e. HONORS FROM OMAHA FOR UNKNOWN MAN Secretary McNicol of the Board o Trade, this morning received a Jiand some bronze modal from the Nationa Cora Exposition, Omaha, 1909, engrav ed: "Honor awarded to H. Salmon for Milling Wheat" The medal was un accompanied by any explanatory letter and nobody of the name of H. Salmon is known to have, entered the milling wheat competition at Omaha from Lethbridge. Mr. McNicol has written Lettbrtdge, Alforfr, Wednesday, July 13.1910. png wheat competition but has never received any answer. If there is such a person'as H. Salmon in this country exhibited at Omaha he can have Mr. McNicol. MONOPLANE RAN INTO PINE TREE First Accident At the Tor- onto Aviation Meet ASQUITH AND CHURCHILL OPPOSED Woman's Suffrage Is Debated In the Commons J LIBERALS ;TO MEET The annual meeting Of the 4. Lethiridge Literal Associa- 'I 4ion wjii -be held next Wed-' nesday evening: at 8.30 o'clock J. when officers will -be elected and arrangements made for the visit of Sir Wilfrid Laurier. T j. London, July ,the de- bate on Woman's Suffrage 'm the Commons today, Winston Churchill v declared that he could not support t suffrage bill.. He dift not be- that the great majority of wo- HULL V AT CALGARY .Roper Hull has made application for a permit'to 'build a-solid fcrick three-storey hotel on lots 8, 9 BOLD EFFORT TO JOB THE MARKET Reported Germany Repudiating Mon roe Doctrine New York, July of by their political declared his belief Toronto.. accident at Ont, '-July l2.-The the Weston aviation mee occurred this afternoon, when J R. depot and workshop and-the entire track -through the !town is ruined. The Post office and Customs, 'the of New jork in a Royal Bank of 'Canada, the Bank of. owned ;by ViUiam Car New Brunswick, and the Bank of of Montreal, ran into the Scotia, the Roman Catholic men were losers disabilities and that the majority Oi women did not want to said he was far rom convinced that men in general were in favor votes to wo- nen. x Premier Asquith, who followed Churchill, said: we grant ,5uf_ rage to .women they inevitably have seats in the Commons and might pos- sibly take the speaker's chair and 10, in block 59; on I most .desperate attempts on -....between Third and j to influence the east. The new ho the record stock market was in every respect; and will .be erected on a solid concrete fondation, with walls of sufficient thickness to allow of additional storeys if reqired in the future. TWO SWEDES WERE KILLED BY EXPLOSION Fort Arthur, OnC July l2.-Two Swedes, unidentified, were killed bv a dynamite explosion at Morris and Mackie's contract on the transcon- tinental railway a-t Trout Lake, north of Xfpigon. They were loading a hole in the rock preparatory to bias-ting when an .explosion occurred. hole 'had teen sprung shortly efore and it is believed 'that -it was given sufficient time to cool. One ictim was thrown three hundred -eet and found suspended in the branches of a tree: Both were 'ter- ribly mangled. i a malicious report, from ap- parently authenticated that Germany had repudiated the Monroe the Cabinet. I mthers branches of above Che church, convent and hospital, the Bap tist church, the English an-d Presby- "but terian churches, every store and ev- K cry industry, in Campbellton a pine tree forty feet smashing the mon- FINAL RESHT IN MANITOBA a town has ceased to exist. The iatest reports show that there was no loss of life. The Militia Depart- ment was asked for tents at Sussex, everything -that can be done for re- lieving the distressed is being carried out. The Dalhousie Lumber Com- pany is sending cooking utensils, .pro- visions and tents for the immediate relief for 'the homeless. The Mayor of Campbellton was au- thorized this morning to 'draw upon the government for for the I immediate relief for the distressed and a wire was dispatched to the Minister of Militia by Premier en, advising as .to the extent Qf conflagration and calling upon him to forward militia tents and supplies and equipment which are being rushed arm. Streatton's ascent camp attendants. The made onlv ma- chine acted ibadly.from the start and which cannot public acceptance not answer the helm. It drop- 'by methods, is-a cause which Ped into a grove of trees, and lodged ialready pronounced "its own death the -branches. Had it been, the !sentence-" tte rito' Balfour to siworting or sit There eventually would be a distinct majority of wo- men voters." :The bill is not demo-j cratic, as it deliberately excludes the class of women best fitted to have i votes, wives and mothers rather than the working class." Replying-to. the "threats as to thebiH Man., July i2.-The final coming. SlX Five Seats- Small Majorities and .intended to do as she in South .and Central. Am- j erica affairs.. Fortunately the absolute falsity of the report was so speedily and" au- thoritatively exposed that "but little damage was done, but it is quite possible that the Jederal authorities will proceed against those respons- ible -for this last rash and stop-at- DAKOTA CROPS Tranaportation In the West Hi8 Main Topic W.nnipeg, July l2.-At -Winnipeg to-night Sir Wilfrid Laurier, of Canada, experienced a real west welcome one, which will live long nothmg effort at stock jobbing -with of stirring up enmity "between'two friendly na- tions. Feeling in Germany' Berlin, July i3.-The alleged state! Farmers Ploughing Up Wheat -Yield Is Very Small Kenmare, N., July S.-Coming over the wheat line from Thief River to, Kenmare, the crops! are, a great deal worse, than has been reported j along the. entire grain will not be a third, Oi a crop from Thief Pav- er to near Warren. '.With good wea- theatre and- when-jSir Wilfrid stepped, [onto the he received a coeer his ears his through citizens of Winnipeg -turned. out the. Premier, said: "A cause election -.returns are slow killed. Count De Lesseps made two flights the evening staying up four and eighteen minutes usin. monoplane and "Sarabe he min- He attained a height of about 250 feet but did not try for altitude con- tenting himself 'with circling" the field. held that democrac was gov- but now it is definitely settled that the Liberals have' gained one seat. There were eleven turn-overs, the Liberals netting the odd lot.' The Conservative gains Emerson, and Total, five. ernment by consent and that govern-! neat which excluded a large part of! The Liberal'gains are, .Lakeside the community was not government'T' by... consent. That, he said, was why he support-ed the enfranchisement of women. Bill Carried The Woman's Suffrage Bill passed its second reading. The motion ment of the foreign office with- refer- ther they may get half a crOp from ence to Germany's attitude towards Warren' west Rines kt Oslo TjIlC Jvl nn _ __j. i _ j. lr-id Laurier, welcome Wilfrid The premier was accompanied members ofhis cabinet; Hon. of Sir Wilfrid expressed cation, at of great the Monroe' doctrine turns out to be only the impression gained by the correspondent. He published the statement as an a large farmer and ffl tic exposition of .a German official who has in- over two thousand view. No other correspondent men-! of plowing under t-ions the it was cer- Count Be Lesseps whose ,eat of crossing the English Channel carried- to 175. eclipsed by Rolls, said, "He was a to the scene. The larger centres the province very good friend of mine. When I of j made my flight across the English are busying themselves Channel, it was he who entertained the problem and-lhe authorties hope soon to have the situation in hand. The Sisters of Charity, al- though themselves burned out, wcrk- hard to aid the afflicted Extra Police Guards Laverandrye, Minnedosa, Russeli, Swan River and North Winnipeg. Narrow Majorities According .to .unofficial y not issued1 by the istry of foreign affairs, where cials explained that the words "great and good friend" to Madriz f Nicaragua, were used- in the letter in the usual diplomatic form figures lemPJoved in addressing presidents of offi- or twelve seats were carried with I rePuWics and that the letter contain- jorities less than sixty.. Jed absolutely nothing that, could be what .wheat and oats': that will be cut will not ber0ver a fourth crop flax the, n 'L. spauiding.of War- grain shipper, acres a third of _growth of Winnipeg since his last visit fourteen V_f his field, and the balance- he 'esti- mates will go sev'en bushels with good weather.. The grasshoppers, are doing consid- erable damage. 4 hop- per doser on his meadows that have been mown, on a 16-foot machine. He had a iarge field, of barley, which has been eaten -up by the hoppers, not a shear of described "hostile to the j United, States. of Warren, a to his own. administration- might be he said 'tha- yWence has made this Western 57by giving us good iqrth, but Providence does" credit' counT so not- e farmers London, July 12. -Last night four detectives guarded each cabinet mm- i AIRSHIP PLUNGED field of four, hundred acres is com- The official North Germany destroyed, and they are plow- TO THE EARTH I ignores the incident completely. Oth- il; ones. A on me. On several occasions "when I have been in England he has been kind to me.1' Duval Lachappelle. one party of nuns from Quebec arrived _ The train to-day and -entered heartily into the work of caring for the home- less ones. Wright aviators here -was also PITIFUL STORY IS TOLD POLICE Annie Crane Who. Eloped from Mac- leod with Paul Ryser, Arrest- ed in Calgary Calgary, July i2._Mrs. Annie Crane had .a hard luck story to tell the police this morning: in answer to a charge of living: on the evils sonal friend of Rolls. He said. "He was one of the most perfect gentlemen whom you could meet He was one of the highest examples of true scientific sportsmen.' ister who opposed the Women's Suf- frage bill in the House of Commons to-day. The police around the House are! doubled lest some Guy Fawkes in skirts attempts to wreak vengeance a per- for the bill's "betrayal" in" referring I T_ n i j_ o of the the bill to committee, which it will not be carried this session. means Berlin, July .J. from a great height, the air- .f. ship Erbsloch today was de- molished near Cologne, .and J. all five occupants were killed. J. The ship plunged earthward -f suddenly disabled. A newspapers comment in angry i manner on the way newspapers have represented the affair. The Berliner Post says the Emperor does not need to apply to the head of a for- at Forest River, and 5 000 cign state or to editors of the Am- Farmers are cutting their oats for hay the pastures are all dried up and cattle are being herded along the roadway. who has a large tract of 'land and description is. .a wort that we have reduced of Western Canad; by at least thirty-seven This has added so much to' Profits and has .been on the Sir Wilfrid spoke portation facilities. increased 'trans' n-e cone so "we do not.mean it to understood that we have done thing, that we have nothing 1f> __' re- be every-: more to we are going to rest on COMMERCIAL TELEGRAPHERS BOARD OF CONCILIATION Otawa, July E; Quvai. CAPITALISTS SNAPPED UP FORT WILLIAM LOAN of prostitution. Mrs. Crane was arrested along with paui Ryser at tfle a c. P. R. constable early this morning after having spent the night together as man and wife at the the Canadian Car Co.. Montreal, formerly inspector of accounts on the Board of Railway Commissioners will "be the chairiman of the Board of Conciliation which will deal with the difficulties between the C. P. R. acd its .commercial telegraphers. Mr. Duval vras -agreed to -by the other memibers of the board, F. H. Queen's fcotel. It was alleged that !McGuigan> representing the company Kyser was securing the girl for a Iand Mr" CainPbell representing house of ill-fame at Edmonton but sit in Mont- tne charge was not substantiated. !real 'this veek- Mrs. Crane, who along with Ryser ar- rived on the train from Macledd on "Monday, told the that husband had left her and she had London, July Bank of Mom- al underwriters for the new loan or for-the city of Fo- acres of wheat, says it is the worst our oars-" He hoped .to live to encan jingo press for informationPear he bas ever'seen, even worse ''the when'the how to conduct diplomatic 'Qnn course. Even if His Majesty should address a foreign'ruler in an unusual manner, it is not the concern- of Am- erican reporters who have still much io learn of Europe's constitutional of the Rocky Mountaii uut ottsKatcne than 1900. There has been no rain er be navigabie from except in local parts for two months and some now would help the best Places. Some fields are dead, hun- dreds of acres between Conway and Lankin Farm will T 4 A AwAAAlAJLvJL A ed the lists of that issue at noon today considerable in advance of the adver tised time, the issue having been fully! Winnipeg. July strikin- subsmbed. This is a notable I carmen of the -Canadian uon of the growin notable indica j carnisrt of the "Canadian Northern rail S confidence of the! way are facing what they ex- eloped with .the other man who prom- ised to support her. They were or- KEEPING DOWN THE DUST NUISANCE Mayor Adams this mornifffe instruct- ed the fire chief to turn out with his department and thoroughly soak Ash investing public in gilt edged Western Canada investments. WANT TOWN NAMED "JOHNSON- Evansviile. Ind., July of the city are seeking a name for a new .town being built on the Kentucky side of the Ohio river, opposite" Several have suggested that it be nam- ed in honor of Jack Johnson, the cham- i pion heavyweight.' pect will be a long struggle. Yesterday they, attempted to have a conference-with D. D. Mann 'the vice-president of the road, who is in f the big Jeffries-Johnson prize fight vill not be displayed at any point in he Province of Saskatchewan. This s the decision of the provincial .gov- rnment, and an order-in-council rill follow, which will not only pro-; ibit the exhibition in the battle, at :eno for the heavyweight champion- iip of the world, but as well mov- ig pictures of the past or the fu- -rc fights. Shot Two Others Through" a Door Swan Lake. -Man.. July a re suit of a shooting affair here early ttois morning. men were seriously that he wounded and arm. 'Geo. Llbourne Fred Roskelh- was crippled in the and .Fred Bowler- after a lunch, when up the Leaders-of .the Mob Newark. Ohio. July whom charges of ne- of duty were preferred vester- aay as a result of his failure to yent the lynching of Detective Ether- by a mob Friday .night re- signed this afternoon. Attorney-Generai Denman ac oiit at noon found two men who the mob that lynched Etherington. beven K is saia, of a few at isolated points, wmie tne men would like an early settlement, they do not expect it. but they are confident as to success. They claim of a says that over 25 per cent. in his locality' o7a crop, some wheat from Kra- mer and Kenmare, where they rains about July 4, will make about a third of a crop. The Laport Cat- tle Co., of Rushel, who has circumstances. Is there this audience who any man in. can charge .me with ever having acted unfairlj. man I lay any. over thousand acres of hay land along i Souris, will be able to my own record jind my ore the people and -I they will say been one of PROTEST BY big price, as it is the only hav maa it this season, and it will command IlVe' but when I am m m be able to sa ultimate the sup- Printing- Fair Poster Strike Is On At Calgary along there and the first time it j has discord'm could be cut in years. All the predicted a still Beater PRIXTER8JPartleS above are as goodffor Western Canada 11 j authorities as could be got in North are glorious" he said "h Dakota on crop conditions, and are only on the fringe Of men who nut to fftmo n___, _ w vvildC is way unions in their struggle. Co- Medicine Hat's tax rate has been xed at fourteen mills. y appeared in .rheir room He and Bowlerwell Quarrelled. Ros- feelly was ejected, but returned later on with-Kenneth Peters. 'They attack- ed, the door, but were met with a fus Jlade of shors from Bowlerwell, who ig county jail at xewark tonight more arresrs are expecied before morning as the result of the new citys administration's efforts to brin- to justice the members of the'mob" the arrest of ,ElmaJene Gothai years of age. colored. are hospital grave fears ,.___w, tor his recovery. Peters was shot m the thigh, an operation was ne- cessary to save ,the Hmb In fi0me mysterious manner Li-bourne was shot m the shattering it above the J eibow. Bowlerwel] is under he riot. Act- ing Mayor Ankle has inaugurated a crusade to close up every -blind ti- ger, gambling place and resort -Mayor Atherton intends make fl -r. make a defence to the ifcn at t Harmon, of ionueBtia, S' TUCtWe11' thc (local Typographical Union, has called ja special meeting for to-night to 'take action in connection with and to protest against the printing on j the lithographed posters and cards 'advertising the Lethbridge pair. The printing was done by the firm in who did the lithograph- ing- President Tuckwell maintains that the printing might just as well have been done in local offices and hy i Union printers, j Business Agent Heat-on, of the men who are out all the time and what they are talking aboiit. Of the United States. Supreme Court I Building. Trades Council has received 'the following letter from Calgary relative to a carpenters' strike in that city, and asking local carpenters- to stay" away Dear Sir and have a partial strike with the Carpenters at Calgary. A ,lot of employers won't act up to the eight-hour agreement, therefore" have a lot of members on" the street. Will you kindly ask- all Carpenters to keep clear of Cal- gary A. c: SAUNDERS, Organizer. SMALLPOX BRAXTFORDJ Epidemic There Treated for Chicken- pox 1 "Afford. July 12.-Fourteen es of smallpox were discovered here to-day by the medical health authorit- ies, the mos; of which had their ori- come for Canada. We as one of the the British Empire.' be sons killed, thirty- per- injured was section two of was wrecked near aietz to- Mf, Several cases were found in the convalescent stage, attending physicjans treated the same as chictenpox. cases on account of failure establish quarantine are expected. "-Tin three instances f-mili are affected. SPRING WHEAT K PIf STOP m> UI ORANGEMEN IN RA.LWAY SMASH Oetroit. Mich.. Forty sons fisnix fatally. per- a work train on the Detroit Railwav crashed iato a special .bearing 0-ance men on their way .1.0 the celebration at Windsor. A jumbling of orders at OrtonvfHe caused the smash g, July from parts oY the province indicate that spring wheat is picking up. Show- ers and cooler'weather has been Very beneficial. Good at Rosthern Rosthern, Sask., July nuiw the last few days have added: or six bushels per acre to the t yjeld. East of wheat is not very good and some fields are being piowed np> Wfist Qf there is splendid wheat, mtfcb beta- over mree feet high and in head. The wheat average in this district xnav ;