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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TFe Lethbridge Daily Herald ----_ _ n .Saturday, July 20, FARMERS EAGER FOR COLDJTORAGE PLANT Would, Largely Increase Their Stock Raising Opera- T. Lathrop Makes Investigation, and is Gathering a Lot of Valuable Information The farmers and stock .men of.the touth are. heartily 'In sympathy, with the campaign [o establish an abbaloli and cold storage plant heie 0 T liatliTop, a1} chairman of the commlt- tqe of the board of tiade in of the campaign, hab been in coin mnnlcation with a largo numbei of (the farmers, and secretaries of boards of trade of the district and eveij VlrereMho suggestion has been favoi nblj recelvec1 and the opinion .pressed that the farmers are anxious ko so Into mKcd farming -Mr. Lathrop Mias been aiming at securing a reasonable guarantee of hogs a seal and with that assurance the boaid will be in a posl lion to approach' a concern like the Bvvifts (vith an ol success Airead) qulla a large numbei ol Slogs aie raised in the territoij trib Titary to the city and the assurance given that if the cold storage pro I position goes through the number be increased From Grassy Lake copies the news farmers there r.use about 800 a jen and would gladly eiteud the operations if the Lethhndge cam "aign proves successful. From Milk Rnei statistics were sent in showing that a number of Ihe Jarfcost farmers, are now laising he Ivveoii seven and eight hundred hogs and farmers with small numbei s would raise tho total to over twelve bundled Aiound Giimangay the fanners hatent gone into hot; mg gcnoiall> jet, but a feiv keep a large, number and the estimated of 1000 is sent in with the opinion ex- pressed that farmers would support the cold storage plant. An estimate ot 2000 hogs was re- ceived fiom Barons and Buidett far mere now raise about 800 annually. New Dayton send in 1000 as the num- bei being laibed in that district, while Raymond would be in a position to come thiough ivllh 4000 Mi Raj Knight gives the scheme.his whole hearted blessing and promises to go in for hog laismg on a icij exten- sive scale it the proposal goes through. And so the stoij goes all along the line and the Board of Trade officials feel that they will soon have-some- thing tangible to offei the big con HE CALLS TAFT THE THIRD PARTY Houston, Texat, July 20__Col Cecil A. Lyon, here yesterday said "If there is to be a third party or- ganized In Texas the men who placed themselves beyond the pale of the Republican organization will have to, form it The sup- porters of Prtsident Taft are the men Prefer to. I am at the head of the Republican party In Texai and I Intend to stay there. Col, Roosevelt is the Republican nom- inee for president and our Texas electors are already named and instructed for him." Lathrop is tmng to get ten farmeis neai the to pledge them selves to raise one thousand every year. hogs 'URKEY PLAYS A BLUFF ON EUROPE EXPRESS CD'S REPLYJKHARGE ABOUT EXPRESS RATES PREFER- RED BY THE LETHBRIDGE BOARD OF TRADE The case for Lethbridge before the Board of Railway Commissioners in connection with the complaint of the Board of Trade about the express rates will probably he-presented by .W. S; Ball supported by members of the committee with the matter charge and of which Mr. Ball is ENGLISHMAN SAY JAPAN'S MILLION DOLLAR HRE WINSfBIG EVENT Captures the King's Prize in Competition at Bisley CANUCKS NOT IN IT EMPEROR IS DYING member. The Dominion Express company ii) Italian. View of the Closing of the Dar- j danelles Rome, a holt from, Itue blue comes'reports yesterdav'thif the Italian warships had attacked the forts at the entiance of the Dardan- elles tip to the present the govern Jnent is without any news and official circlBs scout the rumors as wildij impossible For some time the Ital ian government has scrupulously re drained rrom anj mililiry operations which might provide Turkey Ivlth a ,3'reteU the Dardanelles and to the "European powers "It IB Italy's fault." This is the real explanation of the i inactivity in the Aegean Sej. but Italy lias two squadions, with auxiliaries and tianspoits pati oiling these waters 'so it is quite possible that a few Ita ian torpedo boats leconnoitnng or Phasing Turkey destroyers that maj ihave ventured out of the Dardanelles have arrived within range and been at by the forts of Kiiinbell K, but even if the Italian vessels have gone close to the entiance it is ab- surd to imagine they1 have any inten- sion of forcing the strait It is quite within the bounds of pro liabilities howevsi that tbe maj have teed upon the vessels out of range in order to have an excuse lor FIFTY MILES i WILL BE GRADED Taber, of Ihe new C line be graded foi the sUel by fall, according ff to stones which come to Tabei from tbe construction noith of town It is not ex nccted that any steel v.111 be laid this side of the Bow nvei this vein 1 hinj eight construction camps aie established extend- ins all the way fiom the Silt- 's1 field end to a point dnectly north of Taber is now becoming the source of supply for most these tamps "If tha Dardanelles really have been a niival officer of impoitant grade said night, "the Tin ks eith er are bluffing ol trying to blackmail Kurope. 'Italj bus no bie warship in the immediate vicinity of the entrance of the strait and if there had been ulngle cruiser theie we should have'rectlred tho details thiough Us -ivirelms of anv Incident The fact that abiolutelj not a des patch of anv kind has been received here up to the present pioves that MORSE, SASK. HAS BAD FIRE have sent a reply to the board upon which the emphasis is all laid on the A R lon it, to lie made during the piesrnt jUmmer 'I lie is a nnporl- inl one ill of the fact that since the act consolidated a ptt'at, nanj anicnilmrnts to the act have liccn passed by- parliament: Tlic govcininent has appointcil Mi Samuel Pi lie, K C of fit Thomas; commissioner to charge of lha consolidation It is cvprctcd hasin owned bv other conniame1; Knr Puce starl upon IMK dutie1 m-tnv jcais various propcitivs in toniniisblmin llc'is U well known mcmliei of bai anil 11 regarded Silver which arc ot im- proportions Ijul grade have hccn opcratffl in n desultory manner, hut owing to the IICHVV of trans- portation of ore across Mount Rob- erts. Hie mouiiiain side which readies elevation of three thousand Icct little profit has been made. TENDERS ASKED FOR NEW CHURCH -T. At Least "That Was Claim on Witness Stand i Los Angeles, July Stef- fcna. and.. JJist Attorney .Fredertekaf th6 -men who claim to brought about the termination of- McN'amara faced each other as 3 antagoniata for nearly four hours jes-l( terday m the bribery trial oE Clar ence B Dariow t- IniroJucIiift himself ab the very be- ;iDiiing of bis cxaminRtinii as than an arawtd nah who believed -in 4 StefCeria discussed his ecouomtc bV, iefs. Aiked on ire dnect vhat he meant b> his reply as to his teller, Steffens said w as worse I ban an anarchist in die ;e was moie radical for anarchy" emanded justice, Christianity de-' raanded and chuiitv in addition. Prosecutor Fi edericks sought to avo the witness say that the tion of McNamara case WRB y the arrest of Rert Franklin for brib-, rv, but Steffens insisted that thcj rtj conceined in the defense had greed to the settlement before nhery expose" "You weie P'ere jou r asked the District AU 01 ney, "that Tames B. McNamara loulfl be hanged and T, J. free "No Sn, fdr a moment" was e emphatic loplj r The sniprited the proie- s nun he sad it was under- ood by him that Jmllie Bordwell not 'The Judge was ieiy particular to lh-ue it appear that liu knew nothing of the he said. i "How did you know that9" demand- ed FiedencKs. ell I saw the "And he would not talk to in terrupted tbe piosecutor "Yes he did" declared Stenens "He [allied with me lor a long time in his room at 'his club -ami the Ontaiio plained fully to him all the negotu- qualified for as especially HAULTAIN HAD A; MAJORITY OF 50 Saskatoon, Tuh 11 Returning Of Ilcel Alhert Stauffei ot South Qu'Ap pelle Ihuisday declared F.xW., G Haiiltain eletlcrt h) majorits, the -result for Railtoii. laultain and 70.1 0. T. LATHROP Whose Investigation Will Prove the Need of an Abbatoir and Cold 6t6rige PKht in Ltth- Tenrjei'- arc p.isct! for the ciretioii and complelion ol St. I'at- nek's Catholic church uiil lie located at the corner of Tenth and Foiiith aunUe The building of I the church will be expedited as rap- 1 idly as possible as tlie need of the congregation for a larger -auditorium ii verj urgent. The plans foi the new church are very complete and elaborate ami, (he result should be a LICHT'AND HEAT DEPOTS WITH GAS bamKonip edifice whicli jvili be a cre- dit to tkc city. Taber, July nat- ural gas taken from ,the of the Western Canada .Nat- ural Oas, Heat and Ufiht Co. from Bon- Island, It is the pur- Aj pose of the C. F..R. ;lo .Ught and heat all (he railway sta tioiiEi along the lino cf the main plpo. This lias-: been sont., out rocently from heail1- quarfora. tiona Ho said he kneu (he fudge would not hang James B -AlcNamara because he knew Ihe magistrate's frame ofi mind. J.i a which followed the publication of a aitlcle bv J-'taffenw soon after the pleading of the tbe wnter was denouncer! in published interviews by both Bord- well and Fredericks both of whom na- serted that tbe bilbery expose nas the sole cause of the (lenonncement. Darrow Depressed Steffens Was asked by .Iiiror Oold- ing as to the mnnner in which inrl comported himself wit- lees fiigt liim nfter (be-arrest of Franklin. Me replied lhat Darroiv MIS much ciopresned and uas ueclng bo of. his olllce. the possible effect of Ihe settle- ncnt and Hie witness said he advised tint it'would be well to raiikhn prosecution In the settle ment if i( were not for the fact that, tbe public might construe it Ai "an admission. of Darrow'a guilt. "At that" continued the nifaen. "Darrow turned and Mid 'Oh, t thlnk.tha't, tell them to leave 'this .cue' out of (he I could mtt but interpret that as the ict of an nocent continued the ;