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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 1Ee Lethbridge Daily Herald Ledihridge. Alberta. Monday, July 22, Number 188 ABINET MINISTERS' NERVES ARE AFFECTED By the Fear of Attacks By the Militant Suff- ragettes BIRRELL AGES Premier Had to Make a, Roundabout Trip to Ireland July suffragette movement is becoming purely a crim- inal one.and as such it will, of course, perish of'ifs own perversity, but it is time to ask who is paying fur. this-campaign of outrage and swim organizes it." The foreign ex- itract from "an arlicle in the .nation is pafceci un'the .outrage of which Preni- itr and Mrs the sub tjcets on their arrival in Dublin; when it hatchet was thrown at their carri- age. This was only one of a long senes of attempts Ijv suffragettes to ail '3 nance their cause by violence "Ur Msquilh is ewdenth a particular ob- of snftragette attack I wo weeks Mflgo he was to be entertained hy the Hlvationar Liberal Club, but the mcct- was countermanded because had obtained thai the I Premier uould be exposed to scnou1 danger if he attended the gathering as at the club in question it would k Jbc impossible to cU suspected persons, The arrangements for his journey Duhliu had to'be changed at .the 5ast moment so as to circumvent the rplans 01 his would-be femmmc assail- tents Instead ot taking the London and Northwestern train to Holjhead, he ImoJIcd In another line to a piouncial town, whence he inotQCGtl (to a steamer Ciom which all ordinary were e vein tied Dublin dispatches thit the cufTrdgcttes'balked in England, de- termined to continue their persecu- tion of the Premier m England Four ETnglish women arrested m the flush capital aitei the halchet-throu- png incident and the attempted m Ccndiarism 7 at the Royal theatre in fchich the Premier to sptik One report-says 'that the police dis-, Covered in.'the lodgings taken by the (women a quantity ol gun powder, peti-qleum and other inllammable sub- fctances. The task, of guarding the premier cabinet, ministers has become a Beiious question lor Scotland Aard since the flats of the Fenian out so many been to shadow politicil pcison (ages and according to one consena- TUB paper, "It is common knou ledge jthaf these incessant attacks and (Sir jiolicc quncillance that is necessan Wire seriouslv affrcttng the nencs m fclic'members'.of the cabinet. At any knoment they know that tliet be WILL LIKELY GO -TO AN ASYLUM P.B.I., July 2_ Patrick MeGeo, St. Mary's in tho Su- perior Court at; Georgetown, on a charge of murdering her five children by administering phosphorus taken es, 'was found guilty, after an hour's deliberation, with a strong, recommendation to mercy. She will, probably bo declared insane and sent to an asylum. CHARGED W1TIL STEALING MONEY MAN ARRESTED AT-RAYMOND- HE WILL BE TRIED IN THE LETHBRIDGE COURT Raymond, July Saturday night the big doors of. Castle Harris swung open, and between the conerete walls ".was put Judsou Panebalier, aged years, charged with stealing from the .home ot He'Ser 'Ch'ristenson eight miles north bt Raymond. Jud has been working for Roy and Ric- hard Skouson in vicinity of the Chrlfatensn farm and after be had left for Raymond on Saturday the man making the money and suspected Panebaker of breaking into his house and stealing young "er hroth-er who came to to'wn with Jud is also thought to be implicated, hut cannot 'be located. ..'Panebaker con- fesses to the stealing Where the remainder of Mr. Christerison's ?40 went has notjyet been explained. The crime not commuted inside the town limits, and so will .need to he tried In' Lethbridge.' V Constable Mathieson left this morning for the city with the-- ENGLAND'S NAV.AL PROGRAM; FIVE BATTJESH1PS AT ONCE Four to be Built Each of the Following Four Meet Ger- many's Formidable Largely Increase Number of Battleships in Commission CANADA WILL HELP TO STRENGTHEN THE NAVY THE WORLD LOSES BY LANG'S DEATH Binchorj, Scot! ind, Tulj 'I drew Lang ciltic poet and authiopol igist, died here today. Andrew Lang .was born at Selkirk, March 31, 1S44. .His writings extend over-tee period from.-lS72, a.ncl include lyrics, fairy, anglin; sketches, history, critical: Assays and translations. was' a" frequent con tribliter to periodical, literature ami was associated for long with the L don Daily News London, July Spencer Churchill, First Lord of the Admiralty, in Introducing the Supplementary Na- val appropriation of in the House of Commons, this afternoon, said the direct cause of the increase in expenditure in the British' navy was to be found in the new German navy law, the main feature of v.'.hlch was the increase in the striking force of ships of all classes. The effect of the new German tiavy law, he said, would be that nearly four-fifths of the entire German navy would be main- tained In full permanent commission, and instantly ready for war The First Lord continued "Such prepata-_ tfon IE remarkable, ?nd as far as I am aware, finds no example in the pre vious practice of modern naval pow- ers." Mr. Churchill then announced the British shipbuilding programme -for the next five years, saying that five battleships were to be constructed next year, and four in each of lowing years. Under the new German law. Mr Churchill-: uHima'te scale of the German fleet would be '11 battle- ships, 20 large armored cruisers, 40 small and-smaller craft, in proportion. rr be an extremely formid- able Mr. Churchill said, "and the only way .to meet it is by cool, steady ami methodical preparation, prolonged years "There is no. use'. flinging money about on the impulse of the the First Lord continued '''The strain which Great Britain will have to bear will be long and slow, and no relief can be gained, by'impulsive or erratic actions. 'We should learn from our German neighbors: the way of the policy which marches unswervingly to its goal. v. Five Years' Building 'supplementary estimate meet the extrsr'German expondituie, Mr. Churchill. "is only a small the neu shipbuilding programme "of the fhe jeais 21 Head down and buried neaih up to his waist, in sand. .Basil. Gor- don Collins aged 11, uas found dead b> In fathei on the lake shore at Balmy Beach tbis .morning. While playing beach at dark last night, the jit- tie fellow to stumbled and beatl; foremost into a three-foot, bole, in the sand. He'had beeh.un- able to extricate bis struggles had dislodged enough loose sand to bury "his had and cause suffocation; has been given Turkish war It is stated by a high German otftcUJ- thnt Germany has no desire to hamper Italy In the cnurse of her contest with. Turkey, but on the contrary that Italy j is deserving and la receiving consUftt. support as far as neutrality %ill permit. s The Kaisei's angry pronouncement __ is said to mean prove of a holy alliance destroy _ once and for all-the last vefttigenjof .Ottoman power. __ A despatch from Brussels that an'anarchist almost slaying the German eapital. Ho placed a bomb in a ed package, which he left mjn-j ister's mail box. bomb exploded-before the box opened It burst the box pnlns report, but did no serious dam- age. Sarcastic Allusion to Turkey Rome, July one of the (most influential and forcible writ- ers of the Italian presi, draws paiison today between the Italic-Turk- ish and Hiapano-Amerlcan wars. "Spain's he says, "was but-a small one, while that of tbe United' States was Immense, yet the Span- ish fleet boldly' came out of Santiago de Cuba, and thus redeemed the honor of "the-mation. "The Turks, on the other hand, not 8th, when challenged at'the ery threshold of Constantinople. "Perhaps, they wish to their, fleet m order to sell it dear by auc-' just as they sold Abdul Hamtd'i je'wels." Closing of London, July Bntiah Charge d'Affalrs at Constantinopln, cables that up to this morning not ae-" tlon had been taken regarding the clos :the Straits. The Dardanelles will be allowed tfl remain open unless the Italians at- tack again. The Turkish government here decided that the troops host ikies hi Albania. ROGRESSIVES: MAKE A CLEAN BREAK Jackson, Mich, July rogressives divorced themaelves ;ab- solutely from the Republican party m heir State convention heie Hy an unanimous. voCe, the dele- gates went on record as favoring tho placing of an entire ticket, both State and National, in the field. WILLIAM. WASHBURN OViNG Minneapolis, July. D, Wash burn, former Senator and, the famous miller :ind lumber man, m'dying'at Fair his lAfinneapoHs-home He 81 years old. McKENZIC KING. GOING ABROAD Ottawa, July ,W. L. Mac- Kenzie King, ex-iMJnlater of Labor, will leave for -England this .week. Mr. King will spend eomo weeks and and on tho continent, making a special study of sociological aiid ecoD' omic conditions. London, July Couit _il chamber at WhiteVHall today, Vas the aceno of tbe opening arguments in an appeal which will undoubtedly rank a-s historic in the annals of Can- aria -When the famous marriage law case referred by the Supreme Court of Canada to the judicial, committee (of the Privy. came; before Lord Chancellor Loreburn, Lords Sals- burry, MacNanghton, Atkinson and Shaw, and the Chief Baron of the Ex- chequer of Ireland, Lord PaHees An array oC Canadian, counsel was present. Wallace Ncsbitt. K.C., R. L Ln.flourf K. C., and Geoffrey Lawrence appeared to argue questions for tbe pomlhlon government. P. B. Mign- an It K. C., and 1. F. Hellmnth, K, C-, to argue other C. Smith and A. Geoffrion rr pre sen ted .the At tori ol '..iehec rife judicial committee sat unrobed but counsel are robed. The council chamber.is merely n large room like a council chamber, and their lord ships sit around a table. Counsel take turns in addressing them from a sort of lectern and prac- tically no provision is made for the general public and reporters except .'official stenographers. Today Mr. Nesuitt opened the formal recital .3. FOOTBALL BOYS RETURN The Lethbridgc soccer team arrived home from Winnipeg on this afternoon's train. Very few knew the hour of arrival, and coiisequntly there was no reception, of the grounds of tho appeal. Tho first question for the court to he said, was the parliament of Catia da's authority to enact in whole, or part l Three of the first session .of the Twelfth Parliament., of Canada. Lord "That was an act entitled an act. to anjend the Marriage Act.' Mr. "Yes .and the vides''theI-following Amendments, I am going to quote what these are." Lord .the, reference uc to say' Is Vhether-the pro- islonn of the Act .are nil within, tho utho.lty of ,the of Can- ada, and If not which orie Is not." Mr. Nesbltt agreed and proceeded to read question two. "Docs tho law of of Quebec render null nd void unless contracted before a Roman .Catholic .priest n marriage (Centinuttf or. Page 9.) PARRISH GETS CARDSTON JOB John Parrish, twice .candidate for incial legislature honors and two tiinct defeated In the saive toK- en, will tomorrow be duly sworn -in as thr collector of customs lor the Dominion government tor' the 'port of Cnrdstnn This announcement comes with i no to thosn who have, been fol- lowing the political fortune of the appointee. H has boon generally un- derstood since the fateful day u-hcri Martin W. Woolf, M.P.P., wns do- clarnd an cnsy- winnrr in the Curds- von that Mr. T'arrislrs wounded fnplfngs ivoiild be salved ov- it with aome sort of government ap- pointment, which would nt least re- move the sting. The halm lias .been upplied, and tomorrow-F. D. Shaw, i .collector of at the Loth- bridge port, will go. to Cardston and Mr. Parrish will he duly sworn iii. The vacancy in the Cardston cus- office was created through the of Martin U'oolf, re- signed to accept the nomination as Liberal candidate Jn the byc-clcctipn neated by the ustgnatlnn of J. W. Woolf from the provincial legislature, hr gnmg up the Cardston seat which I hr had held from the ina'uguration of the prouncp in IH05. Since the olrc- ,tion in which -Wooll was successr position of customs collector has hcen filled bv a man from thi Edmonton offire of the department However, Mr Parrish's.appointment vill relieve him from la south. ;