Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald v oiiiiue V. Lcthbridge. Alberta. eduemlay, July 24, A" umber rf BARONS LINE UP IN SUPPORT OF LETHBRIDGE Board of Trade Endorses City for Land Titles Office Boost Cold Storage cation of G. 1. P. July.23, (Board of Trarlo fclondav cioning in ifetary-vretiiiurcr'K otlkr, ,1 ended' bv ,a .fair number -A meeting; o is Ill-Id here 01 the immi and thtrtj-five bushels to attire to do hon01 to the he tottn itflelf "as the south nifchm the next tenji s But the cutting on the expert I mental farm ind on Mr Suggitt s I farm is several days ahead of the, buntmg for earlj in Southcn nds ot electric lights Pincher Creek put on a show of gaiety such as is seldom: aeenrbutside of cities. Owint ;to some misunderstanding the convention not as-, instructive RK il might have been if Imore-Uinio hid been in that direction inetedd of ,in the direction-of sports However, one of the delegates deliver ed -n very practical, on .how to make volunteer..fire brigades morp etticien-t. In the small-towns', pointing out the of having! well train- ed men, which arc needed to offset the isiial lack of proper apparatus, to fight big fires. Me thought, they should spend more time otv bringing; the- vol- unteei brigades up to a hifeh stite of cfTn-iencj ae flre fighthig units lather :haii as athletic organizations ib- municipalities of Alberta yliould j nsure thoir fircnien. Tin's question ilsn ciime in for more than a little discussion, and it wa? unanimously do- an oITort. should hu madn to have every municipality In' the'pro- j vinco insure their firemen, yoluntcer t or otherwise. f Chief Hardy "a ,V.-P. 'J'lic ofilclals of thn associatioTi for he ensnins year as elected arc; President, Chief Smart. Calgary, re- elecled. lAlbcrta for several vears past EDITH GAMBLE SHOT FATHER HE WAS AT OUTS.-WITH MOTHER AND TRIEOr-TO ENTER HOUSE Kansas Cit> Mo Juh Gamble 21 old shot and killed .lier father, Charles Gamble, here car- is tndtj when ho broke into their residence, to ,which ho.hnd h-een don- led admittance, and attempted to at- tack his wife .Mrs. Gamble recently sued .her husband for divorco. She aud her daughter w-ere' Jilono in the house when Gamble demanded admittance. He entered the house through a'cel- lar window, which he had broken, and when he started up the steps his da tighter "Tired. CEMENT MERGER MAN AT. .MEDICINE BAD FLOODS IN ;WISCONSIN jjf Wausau, Julv 24. Flood damage estimated at -nas wroughi from the breaking of two'dams on the Wisconsin riy'er, ncrth of.Wau- faau Three bridges m this city have been washed but; arid a fourth has been partly de- stroved All electnc powu in eluding- street car. service, has been put out.1 of commission, Prank Miller was committed for trial yesterday at Taber, onv the charge of attempted imirdur., The prisoner was brought to Barracks her-e this morning early, he will await hie trial. The pri- soner, it, is alleged, shot at one George about one mile last. .Mon- dav night with i 'iScalibre ie- volver, but'np injury was done. Btfth to have been on'.- Unfriendly terms for some time BINDER TWINE FAMINE IN WEST Outlook is Very Serious Just as Harvesting Season Opens "Binder twine is going to be scarce this year, and will be some what higher in price, as a result." Chat. McClenaghan, pf the Inter- national Harvester Co., said this morning. "There" is a serious shortage.- in-'some- of- the large grain will reflect itself In .Canada; on the higher price to be paid for the commod- ity. However, no shortage is look- ed for In Southern Alberta." LAND TITLES OFFICE AN ABSOLUTE NEED Glaring Cases of Negleti at Calgary Lettv bridge Business Men Offices' Can't Handle Alberta's Business Does Lethbridge need a land titles' office? Are two registration offices in Alberta enough to serve fhe of a growing 'provJrco- whyrt> every dav scores of rea! estate are unV of thein quiring immediate attention the registry otllces Certainly Lethbridge people, ami 'act, people in every part of Southern want a land olllcc thev not only Want it. an absolute necessity. The .present, ait tatlon is becoming painful. But it must not be thought that the citizens of Lethbridge are going 'after land Winnipeg, Man iul> 21 -Careful ,hei th titles' ollice simply because ik it would be a] nice j ne CHEAP JONEY DAYS SEEM TO BE OVER TORONTO .CAN'T DISPOSE OF ITS FOUR PER'CENT ADVANCED London Julj Gearj and the of Toronto have been: unable 'to dispose of tbe city's per. cent, .bonds, is understood bank suggested about 11 subject to market approval. The market however refused positive to take a long dated Joan at any it rice, with the summer vacation close' at hand Ibe citj has absorbed with' diffi- cult Ueasmj bills at Led by general invest- ment market is going from bd.d to and the state of congestion Is without parallpT hls- orv of Loudon High class' stocks generallj and Canadian provincial ermnent and municipal stocks m particular are faced with an outlook lighly, unsatisfactory. It is on.lv fail to add that Canada ias contiibiited towards the present ondition of things paitiallj through ostpomng bonowingiin the tlon of getting better terms Tbe Canadian Noithern loan uaranteed by the government, con- tituted-'tie last straw.- This security lands at a 'discount.- of four and a alf per cent allowing for interest. The days of cheap money for the olonial borrower on the London ma et seem over. showt that the Canadian to the cttj B public That is on the ove of harvest, ib cou- Uof the motive inbpiimg the present fronted by what-may develop into.: a serious binder, twine famine. Local agents of tin great concerns which practicallv control the twine inilustiY-juJilip tinted Slates and Canada- the 'Intetilntional Harvester Co. and the PiynioiitH' Cordage Co. (Continued'on "page BULL WRECKS, WAY FREIGHT Ont, July bull which; broke .out of a field near (ngercoll, as the way freight, run ning from Toronto to Sarnla wae approaching, charged the engine, and before Engineer Baylcy, of Sarnlflj could, stop, the tram struck the and the loco- motive and eight cars were de railed, and the line bady torn up. The London auxiliary worked for twelve hours clearing up the wreck. agitation The> fa registrj of- fice because the glaring instances sof neglect, entailing the I of hundreds, of m manj casOEj are becoming altogethci too paint u] to be accepted j longei uith delegations from this clti waited on the dele" gallons .composed of buaineaa men ir- respective of every time went armed with-specific cases of.'de- lays which had cost those interested money and..time to s than the-average man think. Office is Necessity has received no reply whatever. HB is in the city tmhiy, and had'Hitended, to go to Calgary' to trace the cause' Qf the delay for himself. However friends explained, the situation.to him, showing him that he might-as well sjwie hinibflf the evepnse of the nip, and these friends die taking thp tc'r up for 'him and will try to'get it aclju-oted. A Glaring Case is an even worse Itt this instance the delay the Calgary ollice strikes "at the (level-; ppnient of the country. On ,hinc'8th; Lethbridge legal firm forwarded" registration office'at1 Calgary aj transfer andrinbrtgage for A. 4'sking that the N.W. 14 of 17-7-20 and pie S.W. 1-2. of .21-7-20 he registered; and that a morigiigo of be, registered against all of the N U" 1 4 of 17 Thev asked that all these br lecorded as toon .is pos sible as their client waiting tfio execution of the 'documents. i On July the land titles' office sent down registered title for the t of 21, but. no registration, of .the mortgage. The legal firm then .asked an abstract of the propertj -in question When this armed in due course, the abstract showed tnat1 great extent bare theie should been legater- Inclined _tp ed a mortgage of tne section, there WHS Instead reg- istered only a moitgage of on The Heialrf has alvvajs advocated n land titles' oflice heie since the need of one became so painfully appatpnt here aie some good and easons the Heii'ld supports the of Lethbndge n their present fight: During the first week of June John ibristiansen notified that the latent for his tlie 1 4 28-2-12, had been tprvvarclecl to Tire j and titlet.' office at Calgacv foi regis ratio-n Since that lime he has! vritten tlire? times to find out what progiess has been the reg- .tration of the far one-quarter ot the section Then too, the late of interest ft as placed at eight pei cent instead of as asked for. On Tulj 22 the matter was taken up ith a firm ol Calg.iij ei b to investigate and they made the start ling discovery that the N 14 of. 17 had not even been legistetrd AS jet Matters stand today in just same'position as they did on July although the eirors have been pointed out, and two weeks have elajibed since tlia.L date The regie.tt.ible part of the whole (Continued on page 5) MAGRATH HOLIDAY WAS "1ARRED BY FATALITY FRIDAY BIG HAMILJON 4 DEAL IS OFF n A MEDICINE HAT PRISONER ESCAPES MADE A BOLD GETAWAY FROM THE PENITENTIARY AT ED MONTON i J Mmonton lulj 24 La frirn'ooisc, it half breed sc- irg a 'm ot ten years in-' the Edmonton penitejitiaiy for hone us taped from that institution hist Mo'n- dav afternoon at MO The took place almost under the nose of one ot" the guards, who was, only some few jards awav the pria .oner, who was engaged in a clay, pit shovelling clay Into the small cars on the tramway which runs ufl to thej brick machine. i hist previous to his oscn'ne boiso asked permission of the gun'id to go for a drink. This was rrrsntcvl iml the prisoner left the riaj jilt ing to th? mouth of the mine where j the pail of natei was kept The ftner entered the mouth inin'6 and this was the last seen of him. Metiinn Pete as the Dn-'nn-ei m j known to his fellow, had j cludfld hip guards, and now the whole! province is being scoured for the ture of the prisoner. POWER CO. TO TORONTO CAPITALISTS FAILS TO GO THROUGH Hamilton, Onl., July Do- minion. Pow-2i' ami Transmission deal with Sir William MacKenzic and B. R..Wooci is ofi This-was the anruricRment 'official- ly, made by the Dominion .Power and Transmission o tins mom r The deal'.was gencrsily supposed'.to have been comiilptca ind th-e tern offi- cially aiintmnoeil ;i moiith ago, but :there have rumorfj of hHchefs which would not .--doWn. When the directors were in Toronto they found, thei cij A tcndencv- fo dplaj nnfttvs it de ill He1} This they would not tolerate. Jlflcleodj Alia., July erything is in readiness for the hanging, of Willinsky, the murderer, who goes to the scaffold.- on Friday morn- -Sheriff Campbell hag a letter: from" stating the Crown will; not Inter- fere with tbe'Bchience. The prisoner is bearing-up well. FIFTY PLUNKS FOR (AMBLER Anvil Chorus to p en Day of Fun Ends in Death Magrath. July rejolc; ing was turned into moiiinlng m Ata- giatli this morning- thiough the death of Prank caused bv .1 fiightfnl, LORD SELBORNE AND'THE NAVY CANADA'S PART FORMS A LAND- WORLD'S HISTORY London, July in Urn House of Lords jpsterdaj, the Eari of Selbourne, Fiiit Lord 01 the Yrt- nuraltv fiorn 1900 to IU05, nig on, ihc naval speeches of Prcraict, Mi Churchill, said I have no hesitation in saying their utteiances concerning Canada 'orm a landmark in the history ot the votld I do not for one grudge that it has fallen to the lot explosion ot djnamite It was Natal day celebration in Magrath. and .this moinlng, about the anvil chor- us got busj waking the people up ot our political opponents to Towards seven o'rlock Noith and Omcc when the time cAme to say Head took It heads woldg beCJU13C thev arc Hiti- meuts c share to the full There in nothing .it which we would morerre- joicc than that the question of imperial unitv he removed irom have an anvil choins of their own charge of dynamite was-- plHced in "a piece ot gas pipe attached to an anvil North was -firing an large qnantitj of explosiv es, and m the blinking of announced a reduction of H points in thn price of .'refined petro- leum, making refined, in cases. conts per tanks 4.S5. and'standard .vvhito, in: hnrrols, M6. BETTER RELATIONS WITH FRANCE ON THE PART OF CANADA 18 A DISTINCT .GAIN TO EMPIRE London, July to the visit of (he Canadian ministers to Paris, the Dai'- Mail declares that nnyt'nlns (ending to improve rela- tions -between Canada and France is a gain 10 tlin Empire. -The visit will 'emnhftsfKft thn fact that Britain and linvp long reased fo be divid- ed, Krench-Canarii.'ins'must see (hut In strensf'ifttifng defences of Jhfi Km pi re they are also, pledging the security- of France. DROWNED AT VICTORIA Victoria, B.C., July Kline, aged -15, a ScHndiimvian, was drowned today, when he v with four companions capsized tbe NOTABLES SAIL FOR CANADA, London. July Canadian1 Olympic.loiini sailed today from BrlR tol On die Koval Kdward On the boat srfi Sir. Davis and Sir ;Fred Wills, Lord Mayor of Bristol, who'are, I a depilt i n from the cities of BAth land Bristgl, beating gifts in the Cabot Memorial Tower At i.