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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume V.' Alberta, Wednesday, June No. 149 C. P. R. EMPLOYEES ALL HAVE TO BE VACCINATED A Preventive Measure Against Ravages of Typhoid SAVES BIG LOSS Last Year Working Days Were Lost in Alberta STONEMASONS QUITJHEJOB WENT OUT ON STRIKE BECAUSE STONECUTTERS DID SOME OF THEIR WORK Calgary, ma- sons'employed on. the Knox church .on averiut) and Fourth s tree I west have gone oul on strike, to what Hun claim the Ufa Intent oE the stone cutters employed on the me tab It appears that the con- ordered their men strike. to go out on (Spocial lo tin Uaald) Calgary June 5 '1 ypboicl to do ;onic ol tt0rkMhlch he to a ijieat extent eliminated fchomd ,linc lhe frum the ranks Of (1m CPU tm stone cuttcis FOL this reason Uu, pkntes bv an inauguration of a Oflicials of the Stone Mason's Union t ('in of vaccination. 'Uie be stalled IK Uic Alberta- Branch'or. the. railroad and .will no doubt spread over the whole road. Dr. Mac-Kid' said, that he had al- ready made. ullVarrnugeiiicnts through Ins divisional surgeons for tlie vac- cination of all road in Albetta, to take place imincbi.ile- on of vaccine, a con- signment'of he in Calgary before the 'end of the week. The Alberta division alone of the ''Pit ab it dues moic 'Jthafc men, is worthy of com- parison with -thti'armies and navies of world. In the Alhctta Dm C ]J K ulaue there jear. no 3css than working both to the. road'and to the employ- Ms hv the attacks of Ij plioid This, number is given taking into consideratioa the lirgc number of deaths occurred from, tha sanin faiise. SHOULD HAVE A A WEEK'S TRIP JUDGE RULES ON LENGTH O TIME NECESSARY FOR HONEYMOON Now York, June K. O'Nell a lawyer of this city, asked Suvrem Court Justice Plalneli for a three-days adjournment of IL ease which came u for trial before Mm yesterday on th ground that he was about to uo mai vied, and wished not to ho depriv' oi'.u wedding trip. Hut Mr. O'Neill' specific request, was denied by th average beinn Some 3000 men BIT. affected. CHAMP FAVORITE IN W. VIRGINIA WILSON'S CHAIRMAN IS ELECT- ED AS INSTRUCTED, DELE- GATE FOR CLARK Wheeling, W. Va., June At Dis- trict conventions held in the five Con- visional districts of West Virginia, yesterday, Speaker Champ Clark secnr ed six instructed delegates.. Two .dele- gates iu the first district are uuin- .favorable to Clark, while in one district the delegates arc unIn- structed, 'but arc said to ernor Harmon, of Ohio. The forces of overnor Wilson m'ule, the hardest fight in the first district and lost, al- though preventing outright- instruo lions. A feature of the convention was the selection of National committeeman: John T. McGravv, the Wilson State leader, as one of tho second-'district's two instructed delegates -for Clark. Louisiana Is Divided Baton Rouge, La., Juno in- structed delegation to the Democratic convention at Baltimore, was elected j hcic last night by the 1 State committee Twelve of the tucntj del- egates have announced u preference for Speaker Champ eight be ing supporters of. Governor Wilson, of New Jersey. Mayor's Action Not En- dorsed-Cuts Board of Trade Estimates Piesent indications are that the ex- tensions to the Board of Trade GalL Park will be discontinued, and (the contiact become void This 15 the result of the cont over the signing of the contract, three of the flldeimeu claiming that the contract vvasjiot nut through the conn ul in the pioper manner, and that Major Hatch had not, therefoie, the light to sign It r That it iv ill be dropped J'fcr thii practicalh decided at tue meeting of the Finance committee, Bon man, on "Monday afternoon. Aid Bon man, and William bon are opposed to the expenditure, believing; it to be uniiecebsarj, and m MB of the expenditure of the jear, and the attendant high 1-u t was decided wise to trim Boards bi that amount at least. Should it be decided to go ahead with the building, the Boaid of Tiade will have to stand the expense, which is close to Tho Board will not have any too much nionej to spend ihis jeai, u the council's intentions are cained out When the preliminary es- timates weie handed to tha council, the Board asked for This later cut down to Now it is .understood ..that it fur ther .reduced to and the city, which was expected to pay ithe ol7 tlie Board of Trade building exten- sion, has also cut out thai expense The members of the Board are'ra ther indignant that such tieatment has been accorded tbefmatter of estimates. They, claim that it was on the advice ol" the council that the subscription list .was done away with, and that now Ihey will not have eii ough money to carry on'the year's woik The Board also hands out eriticiem the altitude of the council in ?he matter of bringing new industries to the city. When the Board of Trade s asked what hug been accomplished the past year in the matter, ol! icvv'industries, it is taken .that they lave expeJided certain, monios need- essly. or nny rate without result. The Hoard, on the other hand, says hat the city is not giving them any support In tlie matter of -what induce- to offer new industries. With, he present n tho AVest for new industiles. impossible for the Board to do" Jiny- thing under the .present circumstances, R is likely that a delegation from tho Board will wait on the council at its when the final estimates ot the various com- mittees are brought in by the Finance commit tee, and an effoit made lo have EARL BRETT IS DEAD AT BANFF Was First Baby Boy Born at Leaves a Widow June telegram reccned HI Calgan tins morning aTid then heJndUus be taken to Calgan o swall trial at the fall sessions of the riinhial court. Ruling the coyrse of ie examination it was tound that leie were blood btains on Uie clothes f one of the bucks This lie said was aused by hit, nose breeding H> seem d intbcr backwaid in talking about The officers also state that ley anested the Indiana they found hat was thought to be the mounted oliceman s gun, belt, chaps and horse their possession, while one ot them ad, it is alleged, Ole omcers purse nd money ia his pocket .The officers entured the. suggestion that, the blood n the Indian's clothes got there when e was rifling the pockets of the ofli er after their nefarious deed. .The fleer when found Was lylnjj'in blood. The chief of police of Bas- anb and, two men arrested, the bucks and the squaw, the latter with papoose Were Dead Drunk They were sleeping dead dnrak al the Indian reservation between Bas sano and Soutliesk. In this condition thej wete unable to offei any lesist- ance :and before> they became aware of. the fact they .were securely man acled. hurried to Bassanb where they were locked up, Corporal Johnson, of Bassano, who was the.first -notified by the C. P. R operator at Southesk of the shooting, started with a doctor for the scene, but they lost the: troll. He however secured a little fellow known to the surrounding country.'- by' and :ook him to Bassano.. He, with the 'tallan who was at Brooks, will be the principal .witnesses against the In- dians. The story the youth told and with that of the Italian who lodged the complaint with Ollicer Davies. and which complaint sent; him on his mis sion of deiith, are very much the same evidence of the-fact'that the Indians vith their brains reeling with whisk> vere murder bqut. They fired three shots-nt the Italian.. It was not thoir ault but rnther thoir poor marksmau- iliip that prevented murder The Same With the Boy The Indians gave him a ride in tholi rljf. When he refused to get them whiskey they threw him out of the rig and fired at him Uiroe.tlmns. They t, 0 MR. BURY COMING Genei al Managei Burj, of the Western div ibiou of the C P R, Is expected in the city shortly The local offl- cials are setting thetr house in order: and from information gathered the Herald is led to infer that Jlr BuT> some Important announce monts to make concerning fut plans affecting L'ethbrldge v -i Elaborate Organization is Completed, Representa- tive of all Provinces OHaua, June 4 Canada todaj took steps, lo joia with Great Bri- tain and the United States, in jotajnj two vcars ftoni now in the propofaec celehration of the hundred years, ol peace between the two great branch es of the English speaking people The do sb1 was reacbed, at probably the most representative ga'ther.i.ig held in Ottawa. the presidency of Sir Edmund Walk tr, statesmen, leadeis o! intellectual thought, captains of industry and lepresentative gathered 4o al range for Canada's participation in the neace Congress A representative committee was appointed to draw u( the basis 'of an association which mil he fcitned to for Canada's co-operation, and it will be fullj rep- resentative of all parts the Do- minion Mr Sam Barker, P ot' Hamilton, moved that Sir Edmund flalkcr take the chair and this cgrncd Sir Edmund nadc a statement as to the object of the gathering, r ex- plaining that a committee formed of [irominent people in the Umtfcd Slates has been at on the lect foL honifrttine, jnd that considerr on paso 8 V. White Star Line Magnate Subjected to Raking e Britiah Court of Enqujrv London, June Bmce president of tile International Mercan- tile Marine Co, resumed hitj testi- mony todaj before the JJntlsh Board of Emiuny into the JOBS of the ateam er Titanic. POT the most part were 'I don't OT 'That's outside m> Toward the close of session, Si: Rufils again reTeited to Iimay'u SOUTH DAKOTA FORJOOSPLT AND IT LOOKS LIKE WOODROW WILSON FOR DEMOCRATIC PREFERENCE- IOUY Falls, S I) .lune J> ncippl inLeiost m yest-erdfty's Dnmary election in South Dalcota centred m the rate foi governor Prc- mct judges their first attention o the count foi that office with the result that less than HOO out piruncU ,uc reported eaily tortur on hr preference These returns, how- nei, indicated that former president Koobueli will have the whole ot the South Dakota delegation to the Chi- cago coincntion, and Governor Wood Wilson has ,1 qood lead oiei Champ Claik lor thu Democratic (V'f- gatinn 'Ihal Col kept bib giip ol qoods Het immediRtLlv comjilafned to the a pluralti) of scxcral thounand ,itor at fcomhesk who fcent word to is apparently assured President Tnffr .Senatoi Latollclte liaung poll- stoij, rode up to the button at South- ed a substantial which in some esk'nml then took to the trail at full counties exceeded that or Uboscvelt speed aflei the Indians Two f on h a loud of gi.iin huiricd into j nianderbcrg Camp, one mile from the ballot Congicsbmen Burks and iliiesk, with tho stoo ot the rinding of the second and third of the ofllcer's body, and word was tiicts, and H. Ditloh, of the lirst again sent'to Corporal Johnson. He rf nominated on the Re- was just preparing to leave on the Iu aic iioni'iiatfo on me te- rtian's trail for the shooting. Now tin was goaded ou by the murder of a 'ellow officer, story of the In V Corporal Johnson is expected atjator on Brooks today to take charge of (he. j turns thus far show .Thomas, Sterling Italian, who is being held there as a to he in the lead for U.-3, senator on persoual conduct at live of the disaster, which is perhaps more be encountered, and laid stress upon the word "Probablj made the comment that it extra- ordinary that great nhipping compaii- iee shouM agree to choose roinUi. publicim ticket, hut the teturns do (not indicate thus far. who-.lheirfVun- rhe remaimlei of the'ocrnlic opponents will be Richard K ndians' anest is soon had no opp09lUon for scn. ipposi the Democratic -ticket, WORKMAN DIDN'T SEE THE VALUE Paris. June 5. In the .-'count of repairs to the Church of Notre Dame, at' Mantes-airr-Seirie, the architect' noticed that the.. wor.rt: Re- were uiing as iiim ulu a r ain. coj dlans, and also al Bassano An effort] is also being made to find out. where the Tndiaiirf got Hie whisky wh.cli made them .IB madmen mid which' lilM their hearts i lust for nuir 1 del At HrooKfi .1 ou page S.) fldinblc and R Richard, third, Lieut. Hover nor 'Krank Brytift a goofi Oier' V for nnmin-itmn for TIIP lor Hour 1101 J1Juf (jf lh P'ogirssm state Ucliot is also noinintilcd. In a gallery. The Louvre has for the rarnet McOfLL'S OFFER The OTH will give four acltMice scholarships In vcrsiiy to apprentices and young of employes. ;