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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta i The Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume V. Alberta, Saturday, July 13, Number 181 C P. R. CANT BE FORCED TO PAY FRONTAGE TAX ICity Wodid Have to Pay All the Cost fpr Paving the Street on Which Depot is Located-No Objections Filed to the City's Paving Work I When it Was Advertised I Sticet paving uas the outstanding of discussion at the Business 'iMen's; Association last and Jtheio did not seem to be much of a 'conception as to the scope of the embraced in the Council pio j'Uiamme for this nor did anyone to Unou just how the pro- gramme of naving.is aiiived at, nor whether it be changed oi not This .morning a representative of he Herald'saw the .City .Clerk, and from Mr. Robinson of paving decided on for thu jkj ear, and also the system followed bj ;be Council in determining th'e paving be'-dorie. In.addition to the work authorized ;his': the: Council are completing ork decided" on last year First of all, how it is done: It is bssible on a street to etltion for pavement, but in Leth this seldom is done, and the Council and engineering depart fluent decides each spring the work accomplished for the y'ear..The areas of paving decided on are theuQ" published in the newspapers, in the form of a bylaw, and ,.if no one ob- jects within ton days, the bylaw is ready, fcr the final reading', and can not be changed without going through the. advertising procedure' the second time.- This year, under date of March 29, the following btieet decided on; Tihiid from.. Eighth' street to Thirteenth feet. Fifth street South, from Fourth av- enue to Fifth feet. Seventh street South, from First av- enue to ".Third feet. Seventh street South, fiom Thhd to Fourth feet No one objected at the time this programme was published, and Ihe bjlaft consequently stands Last year ;the paving of- Fifth street; Fourth avenue, from Fifth to Seventh streets; Sixth street, from .Third' to Fourth avenue, and Third, avenue, from .Fifth, to Seventh "streets, .was decided on and ed, and thdt work is also being donq this year. (Continued en Page lASKATCHEWAN RESULT WARNING TO BORDEN HARRIS? SWING-, GILBERT M.. HITCHCOCK Ownir of'the World-Herald, of Oma- ha, the paper .upoEKWhich Wm. Jen- nings Bryan was.working'as'a report- er when he was .nominated for the Presidency In 1896. Hitchcock and Bryan are not friendly, new Diriment of the Montreal Press on the Recent Election Montreal, July 12 tie isult of the provincial election in ThVcHMtte will sa> "Whatever the purpose the Liberal i may have been wnen they de jjled to make their stand largely on deral istuefl, the outcome has justi- tholr tactics. The situation, un- the circumstances, will naturally e needed, to the party, perhaps', ylth the of reason' Neither tjie result" oi 0 vote' infJ Saskatchewan, nor the vote in wiy province can ;'thought likely revive7 the Taft- iltidiug reciprocity agreement, so far gthe public of Canada is concerned bargain was not'rejeoted on com sial, bat on national grounds, and national grounds are as strong toy ever Indeed, the result of (election may embarrass Liberals -Saskatchewan snore i the Conservatives of Canada Mr and his' associates asked for a because of an issue they can- advance, and insofar as their tri ih was due to the effect of their ils on the voters of the prov Ince, iaj, in the end, produce disappoint- rathei than gratification Very Much Warned -Patrie, speaking It in says he reiult would not be surpris- dtdJt.not confirm the view that West ii making the most friendl} mces to those at the southern oft.be boundary, in. place of. ex- iing the hand ot friendship to the r. provinces of the Dominion, who generaual) and effectively tts prosperity. Tart's letter, Inch, caused profound Indignation among us in Montreal, showing as It did Sauit Ste Marie, Ont; July 13 hanneiy the words "Bi lingualism must be greeted'in, conr-ec- tion wifh. Orange parade -yesterday, was taken. at of author- ities The northern Michigan lodges Joined with their Can- adian brothers m the celebra tion. desire of Vmencans to make Ca a mere adjunct ot the United scarcely seems to have troti- fthe minds of our fellow-country- in the West This apparent est residential district. ATTEMPT KILL M'KENNA London, '.July has just been an attempt to blow up the home of Secretary Reginald McKenni, at the Home hais- It was dlKOVered'-by Secretary McKenna Friday- Soon after en- teriny his room, Secre- tary fouqd bMide tne curtain a vessel containing explosive ma terlal T' Ti e outrage, is attributed to a sectlpn ?qf the' suffragettes, who have threatened to do bodily in- Jury to McKaryia, as well as to Premier Aaqiiith. TO CITTCOUNCIL IS FEELING MUCH BETTER, THANK YOU MINNESOTA IS District About the Twin Cities is Heavy of ihe worst in u of the Turn Cities, broke sborily after 430 o clock yes- and Mmneapo- 'the south, ouade a Imlf cuUe in4 swept off toward, St Paul and ad- iojnlhg m its Lh'fee dead, and m STL Paul" injured h> servatives Doubtful 2 and to be 5, BAD HAIL 5 IN NORTH DAKOTA Oration, ND, July A hail storm, entail- ing losses that will aggregate many tiiousands swept oier )fr portions of Pemblna Bounty on Thursday night. The storm's path was from Cavalier, Bruce, i Hamilton, and thence to Red where it crossed into Minnesota, and into .Vanitoba Three distinct "Iff, storms passed at Cavalier, the 4 firft being of tremendous force m with great laige ice stones 4 falling V ij held, 2. The scats iir.doubt are .Lloyd- minster and Shelbrook. .7. A. Shepherd defeated F. W. Green the Independent e and w ell know n grain grower Ju iMooee county. v D. J, Consei'jaUyc. Is conced- ed the Maple Creek seat, !his. majority there being too 'large'ifor the i. remain; ing iiolla to overcome. In hunch, S C. Wright the Liberal Is returned. In North Qu'Appellp ,1. A. MacDon- ald Conservative, majority, It is conceded that the Liberals .will carrj both the detei red elections. Haultaln is not likely to- havo .more than eight inppoi (el's v> hen all the returns have been received. The Liberals -hold large demonstra- tions in the city last night, ;upwarda of 150 bof lagged automobiles -joining in the parade with in decorated floats. Forty-tw.o cars car; ried banners inscribed with names of ridings known to. hav.oj been .won the Liberal candidates. After-pausing the >clty. the, lion, proceeded to.tHp G. T. P. station whonj Hon. J. A. CaWer. was met on his return from Minister receiving a gioat ovation 'an lie'Jotneil the Premier In his Vnr at the head of the INDIANS CANT TAKE ANY PART IN THE CELEBRATION AT MAC- LEOD IN HONOR OF DUKE OF CONNAUGHT MaclcotI, .hih Mimstei the Interior wired the Board of Trade today that the, Indians would not take part in the celebration in hojjor of the gmernoi-geneial during his visit here. Mis Honor wil! no doubt visit the Indians on the reserve 'dur- ing his usiL to Maclcod Our 0. L. members and all-..in Southern Alberta met in Tincher Creek to cejebrate the glorious 12th of July The" celebrated writer of the Lon- don .Graphic is visiting Maclcod, get- tinb material for his future stories in that paper. This is his third visit to our town. Ho will invest heavily in what he calls the.best in the west. C. Nr. H. graders have reached 10th St., in the town grade of the through inc. TO BECOME GENERAL MANAGER Montreal, .July is announced :hat Mr. C. H. Hasson of the Bank of Nova Scotia Is to succeed to the pos- tlou of general manager of the Bank oi New Brunswick, vacated some weeks ago by the retirement of R., H. lessen. Mr..Hasson Is at present manager of the Bank of Nova Scotia at Winnipeg ightning, and phyiical property 'dam- aged amounting tirJlOO.OOO The propertv .Mfrueajolia-isV esti- mated at can be made as to, damage done to ciops n country districts The storm was confined chieU) counties adjoining of Raoiseyrand Henneinn Practically all of tfte principal truck gardeners who supi'lj Minneapolis hrough tue central ir.aiket lost near- y every monel making piospect in sto-rm and as the result of- tha-devastation, prices of lies i and -berries soaung this morning R H Adams, maiket master, declar d_ the situation was extremely sen ous, awl aaM doubtless would have to pav high prices toi eg- eiables for the lest of the season From ever) section oC the principal truck 'gardening districts came re ports of efteusne losses, and It was estimated "tlie totals -would run far into the six figure columns The gardening district lies on the outskirts of northeast JMnneapohs stoim appeared to stall in the northwest, tearing it? way thiough north Minneapolis, boidenng closeh to .the .Mississippi River, east to the north of state fair grounds as far as Ihe St Paul water works A strip four miles wide was left in partial ruin, accoidmg to the reports of gardeners who reached the market place this morning One farm Business Men Didn't Hit It in the Ribs Very Fact, Some Were There to Praise AS USUAL, .POOR OLD PRESS BLAMED COL. JOHN M. KEYES Of Concord, whose likeneci to Col. Roosevelt is very striking A Few Criticisms of Street Work Offered C. Ives Gets Some Fun Out, of the Gathering The Business Men's Association me last night. That -much is a matter.of ordinary record. What was made more..clear .than matter. It didn't amount to much Tha itatement not be disputed. It was d 10 to the fact that white many had tht-r suspicions that Ihei was something to criticise ahuut the civic administration. A LA FOLLETTE BACKER GOES OVER TO WILSON N J, Juh n Charles Ciare of Chicago, contuhut- cd to Senator Lafoliettc's campaign fund, and Chas Van Hise, president University of Wis- consin, ardent supporter pritit 'Chicago con- tention will luncheon toddj with Governor short time oeiore the expected arrival of Speak- ei. Champ Clark News of their com- ing was made puhlic by Governor Wilson last night Close friends of the Governor -said during the affeinoon that Mr Crane had trausfeirtd ins preference fiom the Wisconsin scnatoi to Gov Wilson i and would he willing to do all he j could to bring about the success of the Democratic ticket The telegram announcing Mr Crana'fe ad-e the imitation l.ynpheon followed on the heels o( this ment As one of the butors and the donor oE_ 'the sum to the Lafollette oantpaign fund ATr" Crane helped Senator's Hghv for l the nmninatioii IFis indicated ospous Goveinoi Wilson's cause is hailed'by the Goieinor's aduscrs as an index to the sentiment which' prevails among Lafollette's former-followtrs Prof Van flise lias been for years A wairn supporter of Senator Lafol- lette lie has held no public offices, but under hit, administration the Uji- iversitv oi Wisconsin dn army of progiesbne vbters SAYS THE GOVERNOR FATTENED ON GRAFT er lost ovei Tho animals were blown into a lake and drowned ONTARIO JUDGE DEAD Hracebridge, Out., July Word was recened today of the death in London, England of William C M.I- haffey, judge of the District of Mus koka, Mho had been suffering foi a from- a com plaint necessitating Burglcal treatment, but not thought immediately serious. .MAJOR CATTO who tfti.Rldonu Riytr Augusta, Ga .lulv 13 Charges against Col Bleese oj South Carolina we're m.idc bj Wm J Burns, detectue, before a special committee of the South Caro I ma Legislainie imestigaling the old state dispensaiv system Burns as soiled that men tn his ctnplu} would produce records to show wheUfei or not Governor. BleesR has been graft- ing as governor, and senator Cufience taken hy a telephonic de- uce t'iid peisonnlU a dfirctuc was snhii'ittcd todax to show Governor Bleese secured for pardoning.-Rudolph Rabon, con- victed of harboring stolen goods, Tes Liiliony same source was to the enect that Governor. Ulcese receiv- ed {jOO ioi blocking laikoad legisla- tion, foi thu at ting the first at- temptul (iibpcusaiv investigation anc that the Governoi rrrcived A share ot the blind tiger protcction'money fiom Charlestowh, S. C, Detcctnp IJuins quoted from the witncbs stand as decjarmg that the San Fiancisco gralt cases were infinileMm.il compared wiih the con- ditions which have existed Carolina CnJ Thomas n Kciden in Ins tes- tnnoin carlici in ihe n'atle the bpnsjtiona! clutge of official corrup- tion in South Uarolma During his teslmiom he nccused 'Bleese of having "fattened on graft TRAGEDY IN A MONTREAL HOME Montrcalt Quo, -July crazed bj jealousy, Winlel a Cumber land farmer yesterday cut his wife's throat: and terribly mutilated .her and then committed drowning ng himself iu.a sv.'hnniing pool. Win- toi accused hia wife of familiarity with his Brother arid finding.them together voalorday aftci ho returned fiom n trip, attacked brother es- capcd and ,in now .reported missing. HON. T. P. PELLETiER DYING Quebec, Julj lion T P Polletier, member the Quebec leg- slativo council, father of the Hon. L, P. postmaster general of Innada; is his home in .Troia Pistoles, county of TcriilBCOUtn. Me la "89 years old. An 'urgent message, was sent to Hon. L. P. Pellcticr, who. ia now in Eng- and, requestliig.hlm to conic liack-as soon ae posslbie, BYLAWYOTE ON MONDAY THERE ARE POLLING PLACES IN BOTH NORTH LETHBRIDGE The polling places for tlie vote on the nalunil gas on ho as follows North the'old Union Bank building 3.17 Struct.N'ortli Soulh l.ethbrlilgo at 2l4 Street South, the.'Hnicli odlcc. MOUNTED POLICE INSPECTOR Ottawa, )ulj C'ana.lfa Oa? ette will tomorrow contain an official announcement tiiat Roglraonlol Serst. Major Thorn, i D.mn of lipglna and Stan" Scrgt. (leo. Wallace Ciirrler. of lloghm h.ivf hoeh appointed In- spectors ot the iN'ortinvest 'Mounted Police. to know .what was wrong and there, was'no indictment. What uag accomphahed is anotfcer anything else waa that the t business man aeemed to be too in- different, or would 11 be kinder to too busy, to inform himself on ihat the city council Is actually do-, ing enom 1n Mr. Ives' remarks He was out for some fun and he cor lanlj got it (Continued on pagl MINES: WILL BOOM AGAIN Colcman, Jill; genial Captain Mills, of Cal- gjry, divisional.' fuel inspector of the Canadian Pacific Hall- way, paid a tour of Inspection to tlw colllenefl .throughout the district yester day. in the opinion of .Captain -Mills, the mining towns of the NPSI Pats are enter ing upcn an era of prosperity and the piodlic- capacities of the mines Mill be stiallied to the limit to supplv the demands of the market It Is questionable if the C P. H be able to ob tain the coal tonnage required i for ,the' mountain division'" alone, ;