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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta e e Daily Herald Tliiirsdiiy, July 27, Number 190. INVESTIGATE TELEPHONE SERVICE System Has Been Travelling in Hard Luck LONG DISTANCE Improvement Being by a New Cop- ire N. Moors, district traffic chief or 'goi-ernmeot telephone system, headquarters ut Cnlgary, is in city mid with W. J. wihlo. iinlo- ensinuer, arriva hero loulght .from the north, will (he v.'holo city service and as result of their investigation It thai the [lirflcultie: JOHN McJANNEt, WELL. KNOWN CURLER, KILLED AT GHENFELL, SASK. Qronrcll. July .loliu McJamict, a well known contractor and builder of this place, was Instantly killed this afternoon at five o'clock while at work on Sons' new block. A Ions beam fell, crushing hla head. Dr. rail- cd immediately, but life was extinct. Mr. Mc.Iannet was 'well known as ;i curler. Me leaves a wife and one child. MINERS SAY MY WON'T YIELD i Bound to Get Award Ou lined in Minority Report WON'T GIVE THE RATEJOALBERTA Harvesters Will Have to Buy Ticket from Winni- peg to this Province Edmonton, July extension STRIKE RATIONS Will be Distributed Again This Week, Says Organizer "U'iiat are miners going to do to ward a settlement of the i the question which is asked on everj street corner these daya. Since the meeting of the Boards of Trade at Mac to Alberta ot the ?IO harvester 'Monday afternoon, the publi. sion rato from Ontario will not ,have been watching for the next movi [mode by the railways. Hon. Duncan .Marshall 'received Lethb'rlclge will, have In the fu- a Eerricc on a par with any city jsion i cxjierienc- the past will be rectified, and of both sides with great interest. The> feel that one party or the other wil to his request that this excur- '-make some important amiounccmeni he extended to Alberta ,'wltnl" a few da5's; and they expeel in t'ae province. When rcon by the Herald Illis morn _ i ln_, at the. local telephone building 191 out some very information. Reviewing the 'coniingly would not be properly points from the railways. The rea- tho lllnere' Union on n son given was that if the rate were lno faci that the operators showed granted as far as Alberta the hands at Macleod on Monto :ers would all want to go as far practically manned out their next tickets would carry them, and ac of action.' They simply state that u-----......'" will wait till they have received ti.epiiono .question, and the nature of .trib.uted. The companies stated that ;an "answer to their letter to the De- the comiC-iims he said: "At the ltno .excursions would run to Wlnnl- j partment of Labor, in which they i'. eetinj of lhe Board of Tra-'o held "Ild rrom state that they are ready to sign up l-fii Frldav cvenlm- the master of! A rate of ccnt a beian agreement at any time along tlii 0 -granted Prom Winnipeg to points in j linos laid down in the majority report. Alberta. But from the miners' camp nothing 'oi'.ho-.ies received considerable dis- .irsion. Several complaints businogs men of the city. The attention of the Deputy Minister thi of Public was drawn to tho .nidtjer. During the past two moiKlis, 'two cables heen struck by I'li'g, wliicii put t'M'lll out of fi.on about .IS1! iii.cnes. This o: ccurie, affiwtc-d 'to some extent the v.'lfblo system. ca'ise bit was jn iav nil jjfR cable 'wonty fl'-e i subscribers unable to .use ..the'cor'V These troubles extended over period 'of two months, the last de- 'ect being repaired on July 20th. There arc some out-etandinz cases Jlr. Marshall estimates that emanates, except that they harvesters will be required to reap Al- win continue to hold out .till they have berta's crop Mils year. pointed at not securing a special .rate 'demands. How much of this Is bluff for harvesters from Ontario, but ad-j'1 would-be hard to say. That the; mils that it might 'bring too many to anxious for n- speedy settlement province 'i shown by every statement which left, tonight for' Saskatoon, where ho will address a public meet- ing tomorow night on the reciprocity question Three members of the provincial of trouble (hat occur from time to were callers at thc Government but thcs, ai-e repaired at once, building.: Gco. P Smith of .by an expert who Is kept constantly irose; Chas' stcwart' of Sedgewic-k, I'usy attending to complaints. There Is a (pal of intricnte lahor at- inched U a telephone system, necessitates careful and painstaking oliort on the part of experts. liope, however, to soon have u sys- tem hero as near porfecl as possible, H is'oiir desire, and it .WRS the de- f fiii'e o.f the government when it took y ovor the system, to give the people good, satisfactory pcrvicc at the loust possihle cost. ure try- ing to do." Long Distance Service When asked In regard to the inabil- get distance nr, soon as Mr. floors comni :nted n.- follows: "Last spring the i partmoul started gangs of men in-? a pair of copper wires from luonton l.o Lethbrklgc via. Calgary, Up io the prcsert time we have com- pleted this now trunk lino as far south na Nanton or thereabouts. Another P.an.-j of men are'working out 'LethbrlOge.lo Mnclcod, and are and L. M. Roberts, of High River. A HOSPITAL FOR PORCUPINE a re- Toronto, Out., -July suit of a meeting between the repre- sentatives of ilic Northern Fire re-1 lief pommittoc and Hoard of commitlRC, it decided toihi of MIC funds reserved will he come to terms along those lines. They realize the gravKy of the situation, but nevertheless they announce that they are not prepared to go. further. An interview which appeared in last night's columns of the Herald seems to have stirred up considerable feeling among the local miners today. 'Herald's representative by Louis JMoore, secrotary of the local Miners' Union, in whielr he makes statements to the effect that a preac many oC tho lociil miners are anxious and willing to go back to work, and that ithey will sign up an agreement with the operators if each side will concede something further than that laid "down in the two reports of the Conciliation Board. He is further reported as hav- ing said that the strike supplies were lubo.ut exhausted, and that no further rations would be handed out. In today's issue, however, he makes a strong denial of part of the inter- Trade view. In regard to the interview a do- GUILTY Georgetown, P, E. July Molynuux wag found guilty of inn n slaughter In con- nection death or his >'lfe who was Jfatmd Ininjoti In their house. .The jury added a recommendation to mercy. They had disagreed twice. PRESS MUCH CALMER NOW o Violent Outbursts in German News- papers KAISER FAVORS MORE STOCK BUILDINGS NEEDED Exhibition will be Cramp- ed for Accommo- dation RECOMMEND A BRONZE MONUMENT FOR ABE LINCOLN DIRECTORS PLAN Another International Con- ference to Settle Mor- occata. Trouble Berlin, July YvaUt, French ntl-mllltl'rllt agitator, who at a ranee-German Socialist meeting on Monday delivered a flaming speech n the possibilities of the armies of nee and Germany turning against Prepared to Personally Guarantee Expense of New Buildings In thc strictest economy with which the Agricultural Society have spent, llic voted for the building of the lair buildings at Die Henderson Park Fair Grounds, it has been fount! that tliev are going to he niore pressed for room for the exhi- bits than was at first expected. The main building will be filled to its ut- most capacity. Nearly every foot of available space lias already heen ap- plied for, and manufacturers from all over Canada will 'exhibit, making the best display, by far that has ever been shown at an agricultural fair in Southern Alberta. The local merch- ants have also taken tbe matter ol July 26. The commission on fine arts today recommended that tho 000 memorial to Abraham Lin- coln in this city take tho form of a monument In 'Potomac Park. A design for tho mem- orial, the report says, has not yet been selected. The report quotes the late secretary of Rtato, John Hay, one of Lin- coln's secretaries, as being In favor ot this city. making special exhibits up enthusias- tically, and nearly every firm has booked space. The year has befn an especially he governments Instead of fiohtlns ono for growing agricultural ex- port of the fair will than ordinary interest. ich other in, event of war ,was to- this he of more ay expelled from Germany. Brussels, July Ohronique ays It hears that. Emperor William avors another' International eon- erence to settle the Moroccan em- roglio. Madrid, July main lines of 6IG CROWD TOOK IN THE EXCURSION Over a Thousand Wen From Lethbridge to Crow's Nest The annual excursion ol the Sun- day school of Wesley church to Crow's Nest today proved to he even more successful than was anticipated The rain of ycstcrdat was just wha! was needed to cool the air anc brighten up the country. Promptly al 7 o'clock the first of the two specials pulled out with between 700 and 800 passengers on board, and was follow- ed by Hie second section ,at 7.30 with nearly 300 on board, leaving this city, making a total of over from Letiihridge, which embraced sev- eral from adjoining towns, who had come in on earlier trains. The first section, which was well loaded, proceeded to Crow's Nest without a stop, while the second sec- tion stopped to pick up passcngers'at All the farmers are taking a great in- points. terest in the .seed grains and grasses exhibits they know that the showing made here this fall will have a great deal to do with the securing of the Dry Farming Congress for Southern Ajbprta.for.J912. But it is in the Ih'e'-stock exhibit that the timi of four Slavs, headed by Carl that Theodorovitcb, izer for District nternational organ- No. IS, with head- Franco-Spanlali modus Vivendi to greatest improvement may bxpect- summer has, been ideal for stock of all kinds atid keen competi- tion is expected in all classes. Ordin- arily two hundred horses comprise the horse exhibit. This year the di- rectors believe that they are within reason in expecting nearly five hun- dred horses. Thc special'stock- train which lias heen guaranteed from llic Ednumton Fair just previous to the exhihition will swell the num- bers and class o[ these exhibits, and the directors are wondering what to do in order to make the necessary ar- rangements for them; During tho lask couple of days, how ever, a plan has been evolved which aside towards the construction of called on the Her- irvi aid in order to make a flat denial of for Porcupine districts, interview from beginning to end Lo be paid over to Theodorovitch said in regard to I tbe issuing of supplies that these committee wbtn the plans bo Issued again on Friday and bare, been considered and maintcn- [Saturday in the usual manner. Ho was set stated that thoy would con- shincnl of tempori0'1110 to Be given ollt' imtil thc strikG snineni. oi lempor -was were back at work. The last Issue juiclj pnnidcd for. aside -for tin- pstabl Op ary .schools or for school purposes, low i money io be- remUted wbun tbc wan made two weeks ago last. Monday, ncti-f Weather (HFTiMTiif- localities have made satia-iaSid tbe only thua they were we can reasonably hnve the factory preparation for its use. in this when they lino completed In about three weeks, jordr.r to carry out tbc original in ten- TJllfff This new line, together with those al-j lion of Ihn relief committee, it was Of busy rcndy be used for decided that half the fund coutribut- I the Macleod meeting, and i-ethbridse .business, and all stirh >d should he set aside for thc Porcu- .011 page ipinc district. 1 fs U in connection with Us long night to tbe earth, and the impact of the soft hcd of river. speck ot humanity utlirchcd to a loofj ;i Iboujiand feet above tbc ground suddenly dropped from its point in the this morning mid Harry Darnrll, vclcran balloon- ist, was dftshcd to death in the prcs-1 __________ nice of people. Thc tragic GOES TO H03PITAU draHi of thi! aeronaut, brought the Holifhiy festivities at KIrctric Park, J'laiiinrlff. 111., to a sudden close. A (treat crowd that but a moment he- fore, had been L'licrring daring cv- pffircr of the clouds, stood .still cbili- fil by thu sight Umy had wiinrscd, the body was lifted out of four4 feel of water in Uiu Ullage therefore could not attend to this work. he added, "had no right to make those statements. They were all wrong and he knew it. if we find out that be really did say that, we are through with Louis Moore as secretary of Oils union." "Weil, don't yon think that Mr. Moore was right In regard to bis statement that the miners 'Wished to go back to work, that they were tfrec of hanging n round doing the question nskeri To which Mr. Theodorovitch replied in Inimitable Slavonic; "Of course the miners want to back to work. But aeronaut's body was broken. vmi u- thcy are going Ilifv li-ul Iinnn hrnWn ic gOt wlmt they (1eniHIld, or u. W'hiia js untJis more than thoy offered In Calgary. DASHED TO DEATH IN SIGHTOF THOUSANDS 'Chicago, Ml., -July 26. A tinyJrivcr, where it had fallen. Every hone re vent a repetition of incidents such s have occurred recently at Alcazar, orocco, have been drawn up. It is vpccted the agreement will be d before the end of: the week. A Better Understanding Paris, July closer under- anding between France and Spain appears a probability, both coun- tries being anxious to avoid difficul- ties growing out of clashes between the respective authorities in Northern Morocco. Definite arrangements are likely to be published within a few (lays. The Temps, pointing out that the Germans seem to be astonished at the clearness and vivacity of French remarks that as usual the tier-man's are incapable of understand- ing that tboir proceedings are of a service to France and directly harm- ful to tho end they seek. The journal des Debate considers tbe existing ten- sion inevitable and says that it need cause no surprise when the opuofdnn points of viov, have been made to J absolutcIJr necessary they will appeal stand out clearly the solution will he easier. French Press Calmer Uorlln, July tone of the newspapers in discussing the Moroc- Over two hundred boarded the train at Macleod, and about the same num- ber afc Piacher, between six ami'sev- en huii d red in all gottong on as fur west as LJlairmore, which was the last. stop. This would total at be- tween sixteen and, seventeen hundred passengers on the two trains. The committee were loud in their praise of the manner In which the C. p. R. provided equipment, good coaches lining provided. .Heavy loco- motives u-hich were well decorated with (lags, etc., were provided, which made good time on the Pass grades. The specials will return about 10 p.m. PRISONER JUMPED OVER THE FENCE they believe will meet tbe contingen- cy. Modern exhibit barns which will Norljl Ra5', Out., July dat- li'ouso about 250 head of horses have was nialln trom Nottl! Bitf lircady been built. They believe that iail a they will require room for 250 head uorc. If it is, shown to their satis- 'action flint, this extra barn room is can situation I? Ing. The Loknl says, "Germany rainier this morn- I to till: city council for a guarantee to enable them to rush these buildings up. Stssrs. Ecltstorm, Kaston, Mut- ton, Whitney, McCaiigberty and llro- (ite have already signitied their will- ingness to guarantee the sum of ten thousand dollars to build fi Anzeiger, however, is not inclined tolllorsc of tbc si H-II; unn modern pat- permit such wanton and frivolous in- j :ls those now being erected, if tervention as is preached In the Eng- lish and warns meddlesome disturbers to keep their hands off. (Continued on page we are only asking-what wo >be- jllevo we should have and will stay jwilii it. They will have to give It to ins." I "Hut what are yon going; to do If THEN TO PENITENTIARY Itho government at Ottawa, "When tho" Sault Ste. .Marie, uly 20. Airs, ircceive the answer of the opc-rators Ncapolltaln, recently committed for Hint they will sign up with tho life Imprisonment for thc murder of tlle lineB majority ftw lnmbnnd, was romovetl to the SO ahead normal heri at for delivery of her clillcl, afier which orators will he perfectly right In op- will he taken to KingHlon penltcn- ening tliclr ho was naked, iCoiHiuutU ou King's Children to 'Pay Canada a Visit Very r.opn Ijondon, July Dlrmlngli Dally PosL tori ay announced that there is a pogibility of King George visiting Canada during lhe regime of the Hi of Connanghl as Governor-General. It will be remembered that the Cunadlan Associated Prosa was authorized to deny rumors of n vlsfrt of the King to Cana.dA after the Durbar ceromoniei n India. It is ascertained, howuver, the city council wil! give them some assurance that this money will he re- funded to them out of tile first mon- ey which may he Voted on next year for extensions to the fair buildings. The matter has been broached to the mayor and aldermen and they arc willing to do this provided that they arc shown beyond a doubt that these j extra barns are required ior the (air this ycnr. They say that they have already expended nil the money which has been voted for this purpose, hut that they would not stand in the way of the success of llic fai? for want ol I a guarantee by which lhe necessary 'buildings might he erected. A meet- ing of the directors ot the exhibition from Cobalt, who had only 11 more days to serve on his sentence. At 2 o'clock he found himself alone in the yard with an in bis hands, with which he had hccn cutting wood and only a high fence between himself and liberty. The fence was fifteen feet high, hut the prisoner with the aid of a small nxc, climbed the wall and disappeared. His name is L. S, Goqiioist, a Role, rounded up with Garry tor stealing silver ore at Co- balt. N'OT SUFFERING FROM CHOLERA Danzig, Prussia, July gation proves that persons under ob- servation here are not suffering from cholera as had been feared. NOT LIKELY TO CREATE NEW PEERS Lord Lansdowne is Gain- ing Ground Over Insurgents HALSBURY BANQUET Didn't Have thc Effect In- tended; Asquith Waiting London, July is becoming In- 'eastngly by which time, it is thought, o tension may be entirely abated; The Halibury Banquet London, July Halsbury din last night, although It voiced .the lartest determination to'lnriit upon i Lords' amendments to the Veto 1, thus forcing the Government to peers, has, neTerthcletg, m mew hat humoroua side. Ita orjan- er represented the peers as clftmor- g to secure and Intimated at at'least'one hundred would at- nd.''._ Miv. Baifouf 'caused it own yesterday, that'1 he regarded the iner merely as a compliment to rd HalBb.ury, and would not oonild- partlcipatton therein at an act of rsonal disloyalty to himself. Meahi ere taken to prevent the public from owing bow many attended. No it plan was prepared, except tor lozen peers at the chalrman't us clenrly Mr. Balfour's letter tad. Q effect of letting many who would Insurgents attend, or else hi- movement in not nearly aa ong aa has beep The morning papers agnln flllr ed wi'th letters .from influential bers of the Unionist party, Btrongly protesting iigainat the potion of the insurgents, aa only helping 41ahl- tegrate the party. Jos. Chamberjain At the banquet a letter from Joseph Chamberlain was read in which he said: "I heartily support the object of the meeting. The country owes a great debt to Lord HalsbWy, since In this crisis of Its history he re- fused, to surrender his principles." The BnrI of Solborne said that the House of Lords were trustees of the people ant) of the constitution. concluded, amid cheers: "In this cri- sis each, peer has an individual consti- tutional responsibility, which is above all party ties. If this conception of his duly differs from that of his'lead- ers, he must obey his own, not thefr's. Our duty fa to stand by the ments unless and until we are out-': voted. The division in our party is on the1 single issue of the creation of poors. When that issue is past the party will close He ranfeB and fight 'or the restoration of the constituttoa and. repeal the parliament act." (Continued OR page hat the Prince of Albert, the King's WaUjs and Prince second son, will come to Canada, and will probably make ft the first step of a tour of Kiuplre. AMERICAN MONEY TO AID TORY CAMPAIGN Washington, II. C., Now dial the Canadian bill lias passed the, will probably be belli wilhin a couple senate, all eyes are turned toward of days to deflnilnly ilcciile on action sball be taken. what Ottawa. The deadlock over the reel- i jptocity situation in Canadn is cans- WINNIPEG KICKS ABOUT CENSUS I 0[ thc hil1 Winnipeg, July The taking of hcre liUlc lhe census In Winnipeg came In for! Oscar Underwood, some caustic command at tonight's i chairman oi thc ways and means com meeling of tho Wlnnirjnj! Industrial I ol thc Mouse, and the chief hiiroui. a list being produced, set forth that at least people had been left out, while repoils had been received from three houses, which affirmed that over JO Par rent, of their hail been uitased. tariit maker ol the Democratic party, fondly hopes that thc Canadian hill is the beginning o( thc end of the Re- moncy interests of the United Statat were goinc to put millions of dollar! into Canada to defeat the hill thera in the general elections likely to be held in September. It is a curioui fact Hint the Democrats believe the bill will benefit them politically more than it will President Taft. It was claimed here by friends of the Canadian bill that its ratification by this country would mean thc end of the deadlock in Canada. The newl that nothing of tho sort is true is rather disconcerting, and is cmbit- pnblican party, because of the destrnc j iennc: (lie opponents. The defeat of tioii of the protective tariff system so far as the farmers arc concerned, Me uiil today he had heard tho thc bill in Canada, it is predicted, would mean Hie political death Taft. of ;