Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
i The Lethbridge Daily Herald U Volume V. TO BRAIN THE BRITISH PREMIER Eight English Women Have Been Arrested M in Dublin Dublin, Julv in Hnflish .'women have' beeti-'italien inio custoilv tlie police in conliLCluoil the outrages periickited here last nifrlil on the anivnl of Mi Asquith b) Sut- who eonstantU have Iwn I'J dodging tlip heels of the British Pre bfmfer since he left England. I 4 The women air chirged with com- I'phciti m the attempt to burn noun Vthp Dublin theatre, where Mr ,U- 'I'lith is wlicdulrd to speak todav J blazing, chair was thrown into the j orchestra from a box occupied by two uomcn who then set ftre to the curtains fl heir act caused panic I among tiie audience One of the no :inen was arrested last night She gave the iiame.pf Gladys Evans and said she came, from England. The suITi igr-tlcs ilso are charged with complicity in the at- tr-inpt to injiue Mr In 'throwing a'liatcheti at the Premier's as the party was proceeding from fchB.vvhs.rf to a hotel Mrs Leigh, one o' the snlTra gettes under atrest, was identifiei todaj as the thrower of the hatchet The woman, it is alleged by the no lice, intended to brain Mr Uquitb Mrs Leigh has Jong been a leader in the violent tactics adopted bj the suffragerres fai back is 1108, she was arrested (or breaking., windows' in a sulirageltes1 "demonstration" In London U that being sentenced to two months in prison at hard labor, Mrs Leigh. iold the cojrt "The tmi pie come out von can expect bombs The police found a quantity of gim- powdei kerosene and other inllam mable material in the looms of the i arrested suffragettes The officials plains to hpve. evidence show rhat 1he plans of the militant women con- templated outLages f BORDEN TOOK OATH London, July Borden this morning repaired to Buckingham' 'Palace and there took the oath of Imperial Privy Councillor .beforb tlie King with all the ceremony at- tached to that function; The oBlce carries with it. the privil- ege of the prefix "night Honor able." SEIZED M'KENNA BY SHOULDERS MAKKS ATTACK ON THE HOME SECRETARY IN WALES London, July minister, Right Hon RegmaJd McKenna Secretary Home Affairs was the victim of unpleasant siiffrageMe at- i ientions at a public ceremony at Caerlon, MonmouthBhtre, todaj A iv Oman burst through the spectators I seized Mr by the ahoul tiers and shoot him before _ the onlookeii noMzed what had hap pened The woman was then roughh ejected Only lair month the Home Secretary was attacked. .by ;i: suffra- gette in the presence ot the King and ..Queen..at Lkndaff, TWENTY LIVES LOST IN TORNADO WIPED OUT A SMALL TOWN IN TURNED UPSIDE DOWN Reno, July lives were reported lost, tonight in a cloud- burst that wiped out the" small town of Seven Troughs, Nevada I-Yom Lovelock near Seven Troughs came word that seven persons are' linown to be (lead and that a hotel had turned upside down by the rush of waters. Communication by wire was badly crippled and the roads were so bad that automobiles could not -make any time in passing over WINNIPEG AUTOMOBIL1ET, FACES A SERIOUS CHARGE Winnipeg, July Attorney General's' department laid a of manslaughter agalnit H Oakes, the well known local real estate dealer in connection with Jane Preiton, killed Saturday evening by defendant's automo- bile. Remand the provincial police inj, ball'In bondi of being jfinted J- SPOKANE HAS EYE ON CANADA As a Good Market Place for Washington Products Spokane, -Inly .Morgan of Spokane left last night on a tour of several weeks through the westeri states on a mission Intended to open up In western Canada a larger market for the. .products of this country Mr. Morgan, beside being a member of the board of trustees of the Spo- kane Chamber of Commerce, is a member of the board of governors of the Internationa] Dry Farming Con- gress, and was appointed commission- er for .the wesiern States hy the pre- sident of the congress.. His "trip will include conferences with the gover- nors, immigration department heads and agricultural secretaries of Wash- ington, Oregon, California, Utah, Ari- zona, Nevada and Wyoming. The west-era said Mr. Mor- gan, "are now finding a ready market for their prdducts in Canada] and there is no doubt but that the com meree can be greatly increased. Can MAN LETHBRIDGE EAGER TO PLEASED Sir Montagu Allan on His-First Visit to City A BANKER'S VIEWS ada and the Orient are our natural markets. Last week strawberries were shipped from Spokane to Win- nipeg, where they brought (6 a crate "The fact, that our fruit season !is six weeks earlier than Canada's af- fords us a splendid opportunity for finding a quick our early fruits and vegetables will not be in competition with'the home pro- ducts of Canada. The people of west- ern Canada are on'ithe friendliest" terms with the people of this section" of the country, and there is son why the feeling of regard should not be greatly LOST Stockholm, July the semi- final of the single sci'lls Kmnear of England beat Butlei of loronto bj two" winning easily BLANCHARD LIKELY TO BE RE-ENGAGED EXCURSION TRAIN WRECKED Charlotte, N 0, July tele- gram received .aere says that an ex- cursion train retmmng to Charlotte was wreck ed thlg morning Two persons 11 e reported lulled "and 15'injured. One of, ths_ injured telegraphed his rela- tn from Bristol and it is thought the .wreck .occurred somewhere near that'-jiplnt. CHINESE RIG AN OS CAPTURE CITY Amoy, press .tiespitches 'report-that brigands hav rcaptured ;Pinghiva, .an important city in Pdkien" jirovinco, between Heiai And Fuchow; LIKELY LOSE SIGHT OF EYE BROKE AND BADLY INJUR ED WORKER IN MINE AT BELLEVUE Btllcvue, July Tuesday night, an Italian miner, who was running drill In No. 1 mint the victim of a very puinful ac- cident. -The drill, which not .wtrklng properly, broke and part of it ttruck the unfortunate man in turning the eyeball completely around. The force of the blow aito knocked him back- ward! down a chute, breaking his jaw and shaking him up; Dr. McKenzie yeiterday the men to the Lethbridge hos- pital. In ill probability he will Jeee the eye, Not a Great of Crit- icism of His Work as Engineer Todav engagement oi Citj Engineer tilanchanl lie as engaged for a and it is likeh that until after the 'proposed special meeting of the council when all heads of departments will tell about their work, Mr. Blarichard will continue on i, montlllj basis U the request of the mayor Mr'ivBlanchard presented a report !o council showing the cost of running his departmenl He uas allowed five pet by the -city, although _the C.P-R- and other big corporations allow' in the report Mr. that he did thr last amount of CIUL in progress on leas than five per ccnv There is a tcndenu on the part of the mayor, and. some of the aldermen at least, -.to admit that Mr; Blanch- arri has given -the city good service and his re-engagenient for another would not surprising Theip haie heen no complaints as ii the (jiiality of- the work :thon is remedying to be rioric, it will like ly be found that the whole civic svs tern will be remodelled and' not an' one department majoi does no propo.ve .to be slampetliid'into calling the special meeting until an mtclli gent, idea has. been formulated as thr- scopft it should- take anri tht quantity and nualits of the eudence required DOCK LEADERS ASK U. S. TO ASSIST London, July ers the London dock strike sent a cablegram to Sam Gompers, president ot the Am- erican Federation of Labor ask- ing for immediate financial as- sistance, The local finances have "become exhausted and 'the leaders fear the strikers will'1 be starved into surrender Chat on Money Markei in its Relation to the West On his-first visit to Lpthbudge, Sir Montagu Allan, president of the Mer chants Bank, was in. tbe todaj and aftei a drive ground the included d rfclt to the coal he chatted wijth a Tepresentat- ne of the Herald atld him- self as greatly ''pleased with Leth bridge "You something to fall back on said Su Montagu referring to the ,coal industry. "Your natural resources are something to bank on." Sir Moutagu is on; a trip west after four rears' absence He has been to thejioast and cajne to Lethbridge b> the From here he goes to Medicine doubles back to Cal- gary, and from there ?oes to Edmon ton'and will proceed east by of Sabkatoon said'Hhat in four yeais have been maivelons I could hardly some of the places r saw foui igo, ihe de has great. Those who live In the ejisl reahye the rapiditj expansion If there IB no of bad crops 01 a lull the few years to come-should see wonder- ful growth The Banks and the Crop "What anont "attitude, ot the "banks touiiflls the especjallj in assisling the farmei s in esting and moMng the immense ir was asked. "The banks always been gen erous and will continue to was thfr ivplv "Of coin se-farmers must n't think that the banlcs evist just to satisfj e'very demand fot money We (Continued on 4, MOUNTED POLICE AT YORK FACTORY Ottawa, Another new station of the mounted po- lice has been opened at York factory, Manitoba, and (wo men have been sent there from Fort Churchill, Reports dur- ing the past fewlmontha'.. that 'crime is not on the in-. crease and the population is nuiet. CUT PIECE OF HORSE'S TONGUE ELLISMERE INFESTED WITH HUMAN ANOTHER FARMER TOO Ellismcrc, Julv We' are vet] sorry to hear that .Win. Dickson hai the nrisfortunc to find, one morning recently, that i'onr inches had hcci cut off the tonguc'of one of his hcs horses It (is a disgrace, to the com inunity to have in out' mitlst such cur who would be guilty of such fiendish act of cruelty, anil it is he hoped the crfminaHs apprehended WHEAT AT CHICAGO Change of a Trade Route Brings About Excited Market Chicago, Huge quantities of wheat changed hands today on an excited inaiket duo to the closing of he Dardanelles and the consequent )lockade of grain exports from South- ern Russia, Roimlania and other im- portant producing districts. All other ulluences were disregarded and spec- ilators here were slioit dlmoot ought each othoi in the pit m the fforts to biii wheat befoie prices ere out of reach. The market opeuM all tile way from cents to 2 cents higher than ast.night, arid Tor short time held he top leiel reached A majority of ealers had louslj been pij ing ttention mainij to the big crops romised in the American northwesl nd had been celling on a heavj scale Vhen the puichases to necessaij even p such trades had been made, how- er, tire bujlllg flurij lessened ma- crialh and a compiiatne hill ensued, eptembei wheat opened at 15 to cents a rise of I'K to but terward receded to 03% cents Oats-were not sp_affected as othe rain The large being hai- ested was too immediate influ- ce to' he overlooked. September peiied to "P to 33% nts, touched 33T4 and and then ached to Interest was divert- ed from provisions on account of the :excitemenl in grain. Strength of the cereals though as well as the upward tendency of ahe hog market Induced, considerable nrmnpss Initial sales langed from last night's level to loc higher with Sept deliven 17, 65 to 17, for pork, 1055 to 1060 ,foi lard and BUY BRING GUILT CLOSER TO POLICE SYSTEM WINNIPEG LADY WAS DRdWNED" N.Y. Murder Case Devel- op'ments Likely to be Sensational York, X Y July 11 murder plot that brought Herman Winnipeg, whose husband manager of Land and Agricul- tural Company of 'Canada. Winnipeg. July. was received here by. drowning in Keewatlny. Ont., ot Mrs W H Gloss, a well- f knoivn socletj JD5 Well I nmon Crescent, Fort Rouge to his death that the gam- 4> i blei infill tell no tales, is toda) be- I ing brought closet to the "police sjs- Shapiio, part owner ot the "murder car" is giung the public prosecutor mfotmalion that strrnsthuis the belief that the slav- ing of KoMHitnal did not spring from the ennnti of a gambler's clique shapno admits that when his motor j car w as engaged he w ab told rlwt policemen had knowledge of vvliat was going to happen ami (hat nobody was in anv danger. "Bald Jack" Rose, gambler, anil i fncml of the police lieutenant Beck- er, and w ho surrcnded himself to the police, has given the name of a s-im- MAYOR FAVORS 1ST. AVE. PAVING PROVIDED THE CITY. THE MONEY TO MEET THE DITIONAL COST Commenting on the proposed of First aienue as outlined bj a depu- tation of the Business men at a b6ar of trade council meeting held las night, Hatch when seen by tin Herald today expressed himself ai oeing Quite, in favor .'of. having', same done provided tlicie was reienuc in sight to meet the necessarj expendi ture It was pointed out inayox that all the cost of '.the'. various-" civic improvements >now going on had al leady been provided for and he co'ild not see w here pi ovision could be made this jear for paling First Ate The mayor was m of the necessarj appropi ing Lbe work done next j-ear TO RECOGNIZE Toronto, July Eldridge1 Stant- ons memory as well as that of Bun el Tjirg-e export sales. brought about a subsequent rallj The close uas nenons cents net high Heacock's is to be commemorated that of a hero It is now place two tablets in Queen Park, Niagara Falls and one to commemorate the' death, ot the brave Cleveland hoy and u tablet on the opposite filde stating that Mr, Stanton met death heroically wifVhTsViviroX AIMS BLOWCAT THE CANADIAN SHIPS bler and a ftim-fighter was in the tar the nighi Rosenthal TVER shot diMn in front of .the Hotel Metropole. Ills name is Schapps and the delec- arc sLOiirmg the city for him Koi the first time the name of "Bij; the E.tst Side gang leader and gam Wei, who nas shot bj a "Chick" is brought into the case todav Pctectues hear that Scclig, uho is taqmi as the right hand man of Sam Paul, anoth- er TJast Side gang leadci, uas scon talking to Rose the night of dpr to the story, Rose trung to get Seelig to' do some- thing for him and Seefig was prom- ised as a rewaid immunitr from the- clurgc of cirrx'ing a concealed wea- pon now pending against him See- lig's he is not in town. and has not been since Julv 10 Developments aie expected todav' 'rqm a" thrcp hours' conferpnce Dis- trict "Whitman -had early' totiav afc with a man baid to be a well known gamhlar anrt -applications are being made foi eniollmept from Vm encans who haie sened in the U S armj% none of them are considered lees naturalized British r- LORNE CAMPBELL IN CRITICAL CONDITION loionto, Julj funeral 'oC R A Smith, the wealthy stock brok- er, Killed last nigbt in the automobile accident at Richmond Hill, will take place Saturday morning Lome Campbell, one of the Injured, s still In a critical condition He nns badly cut about the head and bis col- ar boil e ribs were brok- Victor Ross, financial editor of (he Globe, has a fractuie of the tmh't let; above the knee. He ebcaued other Jnjurics and his 13 assured. BIG CROP IN EAST COUNTRY ESTIMATEO THAT THE YIELD OF ALL GRAINS WILL BE OVER HALF MILLION BUSHELS Do.ondale, July is the time of crop reports. In the home- stead territory south of Chin Cou- of Lakv! Pakoukl, if we have no hail or frost a. very conservative estimate, of the yield ic buihels of ill grains. The only crop that Ii net good 11 late oats. Fall wheat ll alrMdy beginning to ripen, and very good yields are looked 1'