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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, .July ,3.1, 1012 tHE LfcTHBRiDGE DAILY HEKALD SCHEDULE FOR STREET CARS NOTHING TO SAY ABOUT G. T. P. REFUSAL TO TAKE OVER N. T. R. SUPERINTENDENT, j ARRANGING TIME CARD.FOR EXHIBITION 'WEEK..: Superintendent Hold, ot the street railway department., "ijon'.'t'lial he is the railway will5 be in opera-] tion for the lair, hasjicen busy plan- Inn much with what FRANK COCHRANE WOULDN'T TALK .July Winnipeg, Man V UUIl 11IL mllllMLL i returned bore today Hon. Of Uaii- ifoin his STRIKERS ATTACKED FORMER STRIKERS ;i schedule Uic cars'- during he 1 fair week, and .this niorning 'stated ii---- .......i.i L_ :..i_...- Ikcts back to CHti five .minute that thcve would be service to the grounds o.ypiiyV'day-dur- ing Ihc big exhibition'! The' fivcnidu- ble truck cars will be used, one of lliora probably carrying the people from' North Lothfiridgc and the re- mainder .starting at the business sec- tion'of the city.-The cars will be into operation for thici; or four fair, -but it. is uot i THREE PERSONS WOUNDED IN DISTURBANCES ON LONDON DOCKS London, .July strikers wen- shot, one of them dying later in the hospital and twenty others scr- Jously wounded hv slicks "or stones, s .cm ,nd Itaus Uigust 10th 'ns a of rioting at Victoria Mrs-US when he 'teks docks fects bacK to Ottawa after making tllL sn Kip iiound I ibrador he will be in- ,1 -position to determine what Uses "'shall be malic of the ports of fort Churchill''and 1'orl Nelson, which will, have well supported rival claims as the salt water terminal of Ihc IludsonXUaji; railway., He-added thai it would be a'.simple matter to establish government vessels In the likely'IhatTassengiM's will he carried nnd "loro particularly Hudson amj .the fair bc'gi.iis. One of the'features of the fair this year will -b'e_'Uie- electrical display, j .The electrical concerns of the city I straits equipped "with ivircloss In simplify navigation during the open season. minister of railways declined n London to- day. Thc chief encounter, occurred at the Victoria docks, lab- orers who had been on strike for 'over ten weeks, appeared at thc docks Jin compliance- with tlic manifesto of tlic [lookers' Federation ordering them to resume work. They foun.l, I however, that their places were occti- il'icd by non-uiilonlst or "free" labor- ers who had been taken on during the who were determined to j continue at work. They defied .thp men belonging to thc union to e.'cct them and a severe light ensued. Ijul- MILADI Offlco, 1224 EDITED BY "INO" PHONES: 1111 A. .1. Irving returned yesterday af- electric iron such labor housekeeper, the toaster and saving, devices: The irjain business .streets; of thc city, will he lighted for1 the fail- declined .lets, bricks and stones flow In all di- arid the, city electrical' department ,lo commit himself oifthat matter of Erections. The police, ol ivhom only have gone into'partnership to put on.. engrossing local interest, namely, thc 'about n dozen were present, were' II thc exhibit, which will be one 'of thoj refusal, of (be Graljd Trunk Pacific In" taken by surprise and were powerless most attractive' ever seen in lake over the operation of thc com-I lo siippm (lie disturb-in-- vest: Everything used in the dec- .Pleleil section of the'National Trans- hot fight occuiied around the steam Sjlrical business will be on show, ,ind continental between Superior .lunc-ier City of Columbia which nas he .llilieir booth a mass ol differ- and Winnipeg, as ordered by the 'ing loaded at one ol tin. wharus Un If Mil colored, lights, machinery the-had left that ionist workers tried lo board hot lijtipn, besides all'those things dear to ,in l''c capable lianils'-of Dr. Reid at but wore repelled hi non unionists 1.41.. :.._.. Ott.iwn. Officials of the railway .with revohcts bottles and hclavin out this morning with'the statement pins. Mam 'men were injured-here, I that under thc original contract tiicy soms of then wi h bullets iirgc re I were not obliged to take over any 'serves of .'police were called upon-and .'-cction.-iintil the .whole road was finally succeeded in quelling the lloth the unionists each other great while way. The department is their taking it over as a ram- working hard to got the new street Plctod line they start paying rental in. place_aml ready, for to the Dominion. I iion before the fair opens, thc nia- j tcrial being already on the ground 'ready street railway Post will.. Carry a bracket of four lamps, so that each side of the street will be "lined with poles car- rying about four hundred .candle pow- er in lights. Mr. Reid is "cbnridcut that Lethbridgc will be Ihc best lighted city in the west. as they" have ricvcrv been lighted 'he- i transferred to thoni. 'At present they ti-rbanrcs............. (ore, and Fifth street, according, to j operate this sectioning a construction noh -unionists "ccl s i the wjll resemble the and the point is'that a year starting the tioiitlt! clis- and oi WISDOM FROM GHOSTS TEAR UP PRIEST'S HOUSE Furniture Hurled About the Room Be- fore His Eyes and Clothes Torn South Hanover, July 29.__ Ghosts, violent ghosts, have been liv- ing lit tho parish hcuse.of the church of the Sacred Heart, say Rev. Father P.. Donohue and his house- INCREASE OF SJrPERCENF BUILDING .REPORTS -SHOW IN- PROSPECTS AHEAD Curing the month of lulj the amount of new''buildings undertaken In the citj lell off somewhat from what was started In June The figured Sentinel, where lie has been on vaea- iion for sonic time past. Kev. T.( oi Kinloss, On-, tario, who has been visiting Rev. A. G. Cameron since Monday last, left this 'afternoon tor ciaresiiolm, and will also visit Calgary and Mann'. Tile Quebec Provincial Treasurer, Ion. I'.'S. 0. MckciiKle, was ried this inorniiig-'to Miss Catharine I'entplil; daughter of the late JcIIrey I'enfold, of Montreal, formerly man- ager of the Bank' oi Brillsli North America. Tbe honeymoon will he spent in Europe. Sir l.omer Gouin will have charge of thc treasurer's portfolio during his absence. Tbc marriage took place yesterday afternoon at four o'clock at the home of Mr. ,W. A. M.u-tin, 713 3rd Avc. of ft i 1 'my Mans inij Aliss ilclcn both of I ethbridtc p Pcir; onitutecl ihe happy young couple will reside in the citj The W. C. T. L', held a business iriuc-tinj; last u'ttfii- at tiic hoine of Mrs. Kaake, 3rd 'Avc., S. A lot ot important business was discussed and the ladies anticipate a busy fall and winter's work. A business commit- tse was appointed composed oi Mrs. Rutherford, Mrs. Quaylc, Mrs. Ncads, Mrs. Brown Tipcs, Mrs. Conibear, and Miss Orchard. This committee will meet at the home of Mrs. ,1. R. Ruther- llthhjl., Thursday evening, and all are urged to attend. 11 was decided not to run a booth; ai tlic exhibition this year, tint some utlier form of activity will be decid- ed on. The Westminster Athletic associa- tion will hold an ife cream social in Westminster church, North Lcth- iridgc, lomorrow evening. The regular.' monthly meeting 'of the Luther League in connection' with St. 'aul s churcb. will meet tonight at ;he lion.1: of. Rev. .Mr. Mem- bers are requested to attend. COME TO LEARN; NOT TO DICTATE POSITION OF.'. CANADA'S MINIS TERS ON THE MATTER OF THE NAVY London, .lulv' Morning Post gives prominence to a naval correspondent's statement ancnl the the Dominion, tlial'iUe as to whether lm- incdjate action and if so. wlm.t form it should take, Is ono for British, not 'the Canadian minis tcrs. As to ihe'prcscnce of the latter in Lonrion, tlicv have come hero, to lenrn, not lo The question ot thc meistire and conditions of Lin Charles r.. Donohue Ih from bold. AccordinBio his own story, nee of the building inspector thU 'f 'S, T has been -dashed about and I afternoon, show 502 9oO worth of t Canadian par broken appareh-tly wilhcut'any, plaus- buildhigs, as ngiinst Sot, 120 last fnlj people and The totals for the months in w'" "ol llc "mlh answered until all Winnipeg, lulv 31 S Wilhson, ol thc 'J'oionto ho is to lec- ture tomorrow before tlic Cunailian on Hie conflicting mtcrssts of the fast and ivesl, .ninad tins and paid Winnipeg; thc complin'in oi being the most rcpicsenlatnc ritj of tlic Donmion prcisnt, lie political contiol in the oast, hut years. It must pas'; to tlic nest The future nas be- set with and thev should proceed with care and wisdom so tlial tlic will of the majontj oi the people should prevail without sec- tional friction. Wile explanation. Unseen bands hai Tipped bed clothes and jiiaycd havoc w'fth crocliery aha' glassware.' father Douphue yesterday said he would not a' to explain the "strange phenomenon." "I cannot account for it at he issortod. "For two weeks and longer strangest 'Ihiiigs have hecn going Foreign immigrants claim that they have oeen lobbed by bogus inspectors At Quebec. BRITISH RAY RESPECT JAPAN July war shim of tho British fleet Jiave been ordered bv tue Admii ally to fly .their-, flags draped with -crape at! half-mast, and the Japanese'flag at the peak as a mark; of respect to the Into Emperor of Japan. A the on in tlie house, O'pdnneu" my in such a stare that she caTiuof rernain In ih0 place. T'realize how'it'apiinds, bit It is true, nevertheless, thai. L.have seen piece! of. furniture dashed to tho fleer an broken with no.possible explanation at hand. It all very' mystifying. "Why, a few nights iKo I com pelled to sleep on a cot just outside the room wiiere Miss O'Connel] and Jlrs. A. E. Hoban and lier daughtei were sleeping, because they had >bee; terrltlQd by thalr rurnltiire .being dashed about ihe room in the dearj of night. 1 had placed my aliiiin clock on a stand nearby and barely crept into .bed whori the' clock was hurled downstairs. got the clock and again planed it on tho table, for it whs still going. Hardly bad I goiie to bed a second time 'before the was hurled across the room so vio- lently Jlt ,was broken. It. stopped at five minutes past two o'clock. "We nil went to downstairs rooms to linish the night. The next morn- ing wo found the beds upstairs torn apart and tho bed clothes torn and ripped." 1011 and 1912 are 3 Si 070 and 2S3 respectively. The increase, in building in. 1912 over for "the seven months Is therefore approxi- mately. 35 per-cent. The outlook fo- building In the citj during the remainder'of the years is very bright The Catholic chuhch peels to close tenders for (heir new church about the tenth ol August, and there is a probability that tho Methodist congregation will begin building operations on Fourth Averine this fall. There is still some doubt whether the post office will be 'started this year, although the local opinion seems to bo itha't construction will mence next month. In that case the building figures for tho tear greatly exceed the million mark! aa it would not be surprising If mark of Sl.oOO.'OOO would be reache in 1912. Building condition In Leth bridge during the past three month have been'Ideal; and the large n'um her of fine "dwellings which are" be ng erected in every part of "the clt Is stroag proof that the j popula tion is steadily increasing. White Swan Yeast C.kes f you want your family to eat more bread, bake it with White Swan Yeast 'Jakes. Try a 5c package containing i all grocers or write today or sample. White Swan iSpices Cereals, Limited, Toronto, Ontario BREAD GOOD THREE TIMES A DAY ALL ,GOOD GROCERS SELL IT Phone 1027 or 378 and one of our wagons will call John Gilmore, MO 2nd Ave. a, N. Plant open for your inspection at all times three have pronounccti upon'it. The writer goes on to claim 'that in a previous issue Morning Post hi accurately position as records dcfcn-e- proposnls tint or arc to he consider ed h) ihe British and Cinidian au- thorit DS wlien he proposals fall Into Classes one reliiine; to an cmcrgcncj offnr definite and restricted in char actcr and to meet the im mediate necessities or thc rase and tlie other relating to a permanent ni lor Canada in cooperation the Imperial im; Arising on of the hit r nnd laiger policj IB the fi'rtlier question of giving the over adequate reprosonta tion on, or in connection the control of the defences ot the em- pire. The correspondent proceeds to a'sk: 'Is Ir-crc in this procedure inconsistQnt the preparedness for immelnlc ac ion on Canada s part jr. in thine; which suggests the fqunriahon of thc empire be radicalU on fo a new basis for Cini dian co-opera iion in defence, RECIPROCITY. .STILL LIVES Washington. D.C., ;7uly House today refused by a vote of.127 to 107 to agree to the Senate's'amend ment to the excite bill providing for the repeal ot Canadian iecf procit% act BODV OF MAN FOUND NEAR PINCHE'R GERMANY BUILDING A SECRET FLEET SENSATIONAL REPORT.' PUBLISH. ED IN LONDON DAILY EX- PRESS- London, July London Daily Expresp punts the following repo t that .Germany, Is "building a secret Bnimdrnn in the race for sea suprem- acy with Great Britain: 'It is reported in armour circles that fct threo months past the.firm of Krtipp has been engaged hi the manu- facture .of gung and -munitions for a :o? nine {jattleships for Germany." It is understood that- dur- ing the .last three.; weeks the angle Irpss. and plates for..the ships have been received from England. 'The Importance af this Infornia tion consist In th-a fact that in the of German> forcing the pate either for- herself or- for the other members, of the liiple Ulmnce a of nine battle- ".hips-could be ready wfthin a year, or; at most, eighteen, months. It is iin- derstbod tiiat t.he. action, which has been taken, Is a.reply EO Churchill's speeches-on jhis accession to office. 'Ah addition of nine battleships to fleet in It) U would place this country in the gravest peril with which-lt has ever, been -raced. 'Mr. Churchill, in the House of Commons, a few months .ago laid, it j (hit- the-absolute miiiinium of safety was the maintenance of a sixty per cent, margin of superiority in cap- ital ships over Germany. In the House of Co'mhicns, some days said, at_, the end ,of .1314 we would have a minimum of thirty-three and a maximum of forty-one 'battleships fully manned and in full commission against" the of 'Genmnny. Mi Cniirchlll added tbat thirty- three to twenty-nine does not, per- haps, Bound a very satisfactory pvo- portion.. If is certainly not an cxces- proportioh, but it is Impossible tO'settle thjs question merely in num- )6TS. r 'If nine new ships were' added .to he German fleet, Uie comparison -ror would' stand as .follows: Ger- many, US; Great Britain, minimum, It maUmum, 41.' These figures tell heir own story." DEBATES CREATE SOME ALARM Hudson's Bay Co( Cooling Drinks and Food For The Hot Weather For the Hot 35c 35c 30c OX TONGUE IN GLASS LUNCH TONGUES I Ib. tins LUNCH TONOUE3 Ib. tins VEAL LOAF Medium BONELESS CHICK- EN, 1-2 Ib. All '.he above bear the fa lence. Clark's Corned 'Beef 1 Ib Clark'c Corned Beef 2 jbi for 45c PIG'S FEET IN GLASS SLICED BEEV IN GLASS SLICED -.pEEFA IN IN.TINS CORNEDlBEBF' HASH'. 20c 25c 15c 30c moui Llbby Tratfe Beef; 1 Ib i Beef; 1 Ib Fray Delicious Canned Fijtiit Libby's Pineapple; Sliced f LEbbyi Pineapple Grated Goodwflllee', Pre- 2 tl 2 for Pairt 2 tins. for 2 tint -f1 or 45c 45c Piquant Sauces That Are Great Appetizers 25c 30c 25c Lea Parrlno Pint's Lea Parrlnt 1-Z Hudson's Bay Spec- ial 306 PUNCH. SAUCE Gorton's H P Cereals Are Ideal for the. Hot Weather Breakfast ioc 15e n! ORANGE MEAT f JJ _ 2 Per nacket 13C 25c CORN FLAKES Per packet MALTA VITA Per packet 'QRAPE NUTS .Per packet FORCE Per packet .PUFFEDIRICE Pfjr packet PUFFED.WHEAT Per-packet ORANGE MEAT Per packet CREAM ofrWHEAT Per picket Huntley PalmervBiscuits Albert! Opera Algerjn..... Brazil Chocolate Cinderella 'Cblonlz! S5c It 30c It. tSc'n :26c tb .30c- ni 20c tt> Ruikt Nice Nuriery 30c Tb 45c'tb ft n, "noo ft And.the Celebrated Nurnery Bliculti'fpr Babloi at.40e.perjpound. DREWftV'V (SINGER ALE Per-dozen' CANTRELL 4 Per'iiazen THE ORIOINAL IRON BREW Per dozen UNFEBMENTED PORT j UNFERMENTED GRAPE Per toitle" PHONE FOR FOOD 313 CREEK Pinnher Cro-5k, Alfa, Julj, dy of a man, believed from papers pund in the clothing'to be Robcr Ashbridge, of FCincardlne, was discovered in tho South of the Old Man rlvei', thirteen miles 'here.' There we're also letters friends in Scotland. ;He was, likely tirownn'd three wcreks ago in'tryfiig fo ford the river. ASK FOR INCREASE IN PAY Halifax, July Brotherhood of will ash for an Canadian Hull way Employees, Increase of pay for employees on the I. C. R. and P. K. Island rnilwjiys, on the ground of in- creased cost of living. About employees will bo. effected, includlng- :lirks, clerical and freight employees, parlor, dinhig and sleeping car em- ployees and mechanics. WELL WORTH KNOWING There are many ImHutions of Kcl- logg'R Tcwsluil Corn KlakcH. None of them equal the gpniilne. Look for flic and be sure of satiafncllon. Order Kcilosg's today; INTER-COLONIAL DEBATES ARE CAUSING MUCH COMMENT ON THE CONTINENT London, Jiily Parliament' ary debates last we-ek on Inter-Colon- ial politics, created alarm, hut (here is a better feeling this week. German newspaper comment is now mere moderate. The -belief In the city, is that the Chancellor of the Ex- Uoyd Oeorg-3, Is anxious to do something to re-assure tho pub- lic. It is reported that Ihe Chancel- lor is consulting .with leading men as the best steps to tabs. Tho soiling of. Consols has 'quite ceased, and there Is a more cheerful 'eellng in tho country. The Slock Exchange is still ner- voiis, but are re-assured. The nost Important, city- loaders are lak- ng a. more liopefnl view. Thu later dividend announcements Hitch better 'than the earlier ones, bus causing an Im.wovcd feeling on ho Steel; KxchnilEC. Fur all tlml. iIRM'atorrf are anxious. Humors r.-oncernlng ;i scheme of and taxation persist. These prolui 'ly are- much exnggeraled. cnrs exist; In spite of-all, trade continues won- derfully good, especially in Scotland and .the north mid-lie of Uugland It is hoped that the. dock strike has at last endod Some men are holding out, but the general impression is thnt all will return to work. The defeat of this strike 15 stop further leaders of the men .are.'discredited, and the men are greatly, disheartened. The Hank of England is growing rapidly strcngei Ovci in gold was offered yesterday, in the op- eii market. Adit is expected that the Hani; will get nearly a million. The' Bank has complete 'control of the outside market. Despite rumors, it Is riot likely thnt bank rate will be put up. The Gorman and Auslro-llungary banks arc .unable to compete for gold in don. Jlonscon news from India is satis- factory. I.atfst renorts only Htato hal fuw small districts arc In dan- ger. Moderate ronlllllie (tmp All.s- rillhi, so tltat .'ill [v'ur.-t of ii ilrotlghl lave been :is rdiintry rdhii- i is liopchil. Tiif rdiintri Still, seems rerlain of in.ilT1 PI-OKJHM-OIII year. iw pelu.val hope (ha tbc ccst of will he reduced. '..THE Wiisnlllgt'ofl, D lote of DO to 98, iKe Blouse, declined to the Senate's amend raent to th6 TJemocrtttlcVsreine tax kill a comirjis- sioir The bill now goes to confer- cncc with Rcpi esent4th es U'nd'er Hull Palmer, McCall and 1'i.vno ivjprqsentitig the lloiisej ,A New Discovery Jlacheh Nntuicfa Scalp Ionic, thp discovered tltKi. similar to tins natural hnlr. .fopds ior of thc Has i record for growing Unit ci-jO1, out of MOf) Price fdi1' comiJlcto home treatment, 5J.OO. .Sold and guaranteed hi'. .Jack- son Co: BROWN BETTY TEA ROOMSy Business Men's Lunch at 40 cents served daily At. the Sign of Hit- Tenp'ot Cor. 3rd Avc. and Fifth Street ;