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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald V, Letlibriilgc. Alberta. Salunliiy, -June N limber 153 '1ADE-1N-CANADA" TRAIN IN THE CITY VISITED TRAIN Already Many P e o pj Have Visited the Exhibits Patriotism nnd hnsincss arc. con I'mcd lo u nicety'in the Macle-In-C'iii :mla train which pulled into Lctl bi'Ulgu at, an early hour this moriilii anil honor 'this, city with .il presence MM til soiu.e lime ftiinda .uifiht. Tliu train was no sooner OIH unljj Mic began Lo gather an from thi) first'' linur il was quilt- public interest LI tjiul for 'the'day in Hie exhibit o 'I'anidian ma ill! umdc hy .Canu (Mail workmrn-From Canadian ir.-alei 'far' as possible, Amoiij? the mural ilcc'oraliuns is neatly jj'rinted erpcd perliap gives the most- comprehensive coii t-i'iuiun of- spirit which lurnisho 1he impel us jo' 'I lie.' i "iiiii-'a .spirit 'aside., irum the putt-1 "I-bulieve in ('.inaila. I love her as my lier mslitu- I 'rfjoit'i: in the abundance I uubouml- ed co nil dunce in llic ability and enterprise of lieu people, and I cherish ideas' ol hi-r liny j_iimng tlic nations 'of the worU. that, .is produced in Canada, from Canadian materials, liy.thc application of Canadian Lraiii and labor, will always have fjrsL Avith And it's only guoil .business on'my part consists .of UveJvc cars vfcn containing rxhibits rcp fcfcijling all. the Canadian inf. 'With (lie. CACrptinu of tluce .-or woollens; while weiir, one. or two oilier' mclusfrirs exhibit; ,1ml, vlhtt pLhers_ arc .of Ihjx'hesL" the factory turns- put, .tlievyari- rrtittlicujlr-arranged, jnakc-it.'a to .llic .eye. There'.are.1 flfty-rpur individual ex- Dibits and npiiroMJiialcly dii- ..rprtiit .art.U'Jiia ;pii view." 'The. train of Canadian in- being KHS: shops, and is typical of wliiit AliiU company generally siH'otiicrs'.'. it is 850'fcct ''rallied at S.IiiO.O.OO. ._ The trip will' cpnclu'ilc July .2nd, .when will, .nave (uaveHcd Ti2iin miles'ami'madc stops o'f an -average of .from two to thirty-six .liouvs each. 17.. IJJ 8ciilly, secretary of the 'f'anadian association, .is in charge of the exbibuion nnd a huttfir man'could Imudly'be found in 'Canada. VFit is inspired with the spir- ot the train.' lie believes in its ob- jects jini) is.ardcnlly devoted lo the mission which the association, lic-rcn-j rcsLMits has .in One '-oil' VT tf '1hc. train, long- hcCprc the in-, T Jliiftiice'ol this hustler. Tic is llic 'dynamic ioicc ami.keeps .llic others HOUSE SOLD London, June HoiiHo, at Uroadstalrs. .for many years the homo of Char- les wag aOld yoatcr- day ut auuLlon Tor HALF BREED IS BLAMEDFOR MURDER Indian Declares. That He Did Not Kill Police Constable asaiiuo, .Juno -clement nyetery has heeu -injected into the deiith of Constable Davis ot the R. N W. M. P., who was shot and klllet by fleeing drunken Indians, night, by reason of Ham's stubborn adherence to ihe story of the prelim nary 'hearing1 at itHssano last night idjourucd until today, that.he ;n tlie horse, cap .nnd "uislol of'-the loud ollicer by the 'half-breed Uaro held' in barracks t Hassann an charge ol'.iprocuring he liquor for the Indians. Both Joe and Jim Hiun, .fivothcr In are on trial lor. the onstable. i Squaw Red Pace ;on ihe fi when was' be" material. fn 'the The foreshadowed by 4c. evidencefof.inVuiiletKqfllccr vester- ay. .who dechired that the ina-l when barged .-was warned, that' anything e-'snid would -be... gainst him. that le halC-breed the unst.ablc> hov.sp Jils as "tlie'a'tstuiil.'inur- -junruiiiiii. Hirongiy- nenipu I this it'lii deuce was put in to jthar lie ever left Brooks oir'iMotfdiiyy." night ion the.shooling was. HEAP GRAND OPERA FOR; London, British public Hjiks to is -to. ive some grand 7a ordinary oaLrc. priaG-3. .lie -announLOB .iluit be- an 'Monday, st of the summer k'eiyAm I he sent s the London-Opera will coet oin a half guinea, hi''hie stalls to a llllng in ilic TO LOOK PEST Halifax, JIIUQ local govern- ent appointed six in iitlents at the agricultural college, act under G. TO. Sajinders. Dominion ixamiiie all .Jose scale. Should they living'scale instructions are to infected trees destroyed. HAMILTON PASTOR MAY BE THE NEW PRINCIPAL .DIAMOND CITY IS NOW. A, TOWN THE DUKE OF CONNAUGHT LEAVING THE "MADE IN CANADA" TRAIN AT TORONTO FROM MIL TO IN NORTH Railway Company Submits Route-' to the Minister of Railways at Qttawa for West of Caidston, then to Pincher v. Creek and due North From There coal deposits-In" the Kbthead dis- the blue Wovd .has been received by A. BncJj-jnan, M P., that the hu Alberta, Pence River .and Eastern lailway Company, will COUIQ Before of Railways at Ottawa in AVedhesday, 'Jiine "for" approval- I'lifs "roa'Tl, which, ir "to njili] to the Pence River couiirry, an o Fprt_Churchill, to Kive-SouLUeriuAl erta (Ih-b'cL'coimiiimicatidii'with'Hml on's' .unuch to the terrl ory south; or'Lctlibrirtge. Skirting Lhp'Jnteioiatianal boundan est from Afilk.-RIyer, through a coun rv not now served with a railway, i pass IhTougli the "McTntyre rancl oiintry, and will also open up th act under G. TO. Siu'mders. tomologicnl staffJt'o exr irsery stock for fjnn .-Jc living are to Ijavc infected BORROWED LOCO, fOf IGK FLOWERS Ky., June roundhouse' men- employed in the Silver Grove yards of the Cheas-T apeake A Ohio' near here, borrow- ed a locomotive to pick flowers for their wives early today and shortly afterward were killed in a colli- sion with anpther locomotive. Both engines we're, "demolished and three other men were injured- ft fOWN NOW NEARLY ALL MOVED TO NEW SITE For a long Time now people all over 2nmidii have beta talking, of" tlie 'town that moves" ;whetherit wants I to do so or Hot.. .The. town tha.t moves is Frank, bill .'A. Rtiscj' -lecturer. 'The lecturer, is a inan who'hns serv- ed Canada in a.' useful capacity, Mr. T.- II. Ilacc'who-wns trade ,counms- To the autipodpan countries rind elsewhere ami who has made' .Canada's trade .ami the possibilities it will have to-, drop .that, cognomen, of ihe .world's '..'markets' a special' at least for :i few years. .-Fop. Frank oiiiir TUr ll'uv ic CiinrainH n-itii moved. TlMs TuirUe Mountain, baa EUIIJ. sauiraled' wim no morc uangors for the citlzeim of Of famous HUle and can 1lic hbii'c ,inar.Jfe'li and'if'tii'c maniifac- fall or slay iin where'he la-Just as il Hirers no not reach out for Urn trade suila his (lcsi1 maJ.est-i'- wlnch bwko-rc, I.6C be llu haB tor some lime, ever s'hice the geological prc -fault oi Mu.. .V lessors said !t would.he a ;wlac tiring And the C.P.H- has not neglected to do under 1jhe elrcuniHlarices: For a UK- .train, one pf its tlnie Ih-c people were very slcoptl- every tiling nlris as per sclicdiiln. v'alor an.d the Irck began. Mr. Allju 0. .Seymour, .general Lrav riling jinssengcr .man is mi. board and is; vested with the power Irom his company; to give the train all Hint is going.'. So far the 'trip has exceeded" expec- tation tluvway ot-success, 'It, is r iliniiUed. that up to this .point- ISO, fliJQ people .have viewed the -qxhibiU ;MK] gone away with a-larger "vision of what-is implied In the 'expression ('riiiHflian Mnnufar.tiires. At every place visited ilic tniin has lieeii thnmgcd, and- Air Sou My IMS been bombarded with petitions from other 1mvns asking for Today a by-nearly every mau in vrrnivcil prny-' Ing -'the train Vwil.l visiu that (Gontiuueil on i To hoivcvcr didn't much card for the 'threats'of the.] fellow with the slow naine, they mov- ed Just oul. of the dansci1 zone. The noted hotel, coming plea- aiii'c re BO rt of. (he now tlie centre of the rejuvenated Frank. Old Turtle s'JIll stands piit hi relief to ivardu (lie but: .eltlKcng are out of jc daner zono.' Tho tovlng process' hay been golns ou for jme J-imo, niiil in Another, week or so tt c big mnjorily of citizens .will lie dow fl 'to rent hi security In their All thoiinaln atoreH have gone, nnd arc no'i1 doinp business In their new stniulB. Tlih hotcly .were tho last lo go, bii L they mt hi rally follpwod the trek t? iid those who Hvc not closing imllroly, will BOOII nut oli (ho line of Tire should, llic lurn on Jts gulls, So not heeded llic I'iijvluulon lo nioyc. They still retain their station on 'the same old spol. Ueing big also, they probably think they can cnll l-tqw- cver, it i-s well known tiiiit tiin co'ni- pajiy's engineer-j have looked over tho situation nnd decided on a llnu'of nctlon .which will shortly .nlacc. their property also beyond danger from tlio vagaries of UHJ" uuHuibio peuk. r. RESTRAINED BY INJUNCTION Philadelphia, June Uregy In com moil uleas court here sued an injunction restraining tho federated committee of Brotherhoods of Trainmen, Conductors, Kireman' and Engineers'from taking any action which related to strike on the lines of the Pennsylvania- rallwny east "of Plttaburg and ErI-c because of alleged grievances. The road.' In print proposed to stJir i> Millc'River, and prbeeed-'direptly-west to Car-del op, heing'tlirpwn opep to homebtcao entij and wat- ered by bimcheb ot the River. J-Yo'fn Ca-rdstoiioit proceeds straight in a slightly: northerly "direction across .the. soiitihern part of frie'Blood Indian ci'oss- Crow's Nest line From: tliaL.point It goes passing through Valley, between the Porcupine Hills and the JJJvingsionc range, of the Points touched ou will be I'ekisko. Liueham and Ille Tht3 S n CCB rebcrve is mossed iftpr iPiching AlllUmlle, and 'thc'iliue hcaila Etraljtlii forCoohrnne. there it will pnss through the rIch--iaTinin'g country about twenty to t-wenty-five. miles wesfuiE.tbe C. and E. line; north of what is known as the Eig Prairie country." It keeps a straight course up to'the .Peace River country. It ia-pro- posed-lo tap-tho t runic line .at soine the north and build to Fort, ChurcJilll, and also a branch to monton. The ]iresenting of the plans for at.this date indicates that.the company, proposes to The iirelimiaaf-y survey been and the route Is through ..l-Iapoy. .Valley Prairie coup.try. Happy tlic Valley i ally rich in and there; are al- so big coal .denqsits .and, it is said, .many evidences of .-ores, esnecially Iron. route selected pioneers, a' by any other-.rcad at- present.- In tihe Happy Valley [here would room for more than one road. LOUIS HILL DAD OUT W DANGER Montreal, June at the Royal Victoria Hospital this morning brought out'the inforrna- tion that Her Royal Highness, the Duchess of Connaught had passed a good night and was renting eas- ily. This following encouraging bulletins all day yesterday, taken ,tV signify Royal ness was of danger. S. J. Shepherd has "received notification that an order '.In council was passed by bcrta e'overmnent on'-'ilaV 30, incorporating the town of Dla- mond City. CROPS COULD NOT LOOK BETTER That is the Report From r the Magrath Territory View, (Special to The. "ilLigralb.-Jnue S V trip through the Magratb district at-'Miis-particular, tlnie of. the year reveals ithlsifa'ci." thut the Garden City is the of one of 'the "richest, if not'1 tlic sec: Lions country In th'e1 Canadian West; and that -while othei plnces iie com plaining, of. drought r-'wonus the -Magr-atli 'firmer is a por iod or. and couLeuted m Uie thought tliat. all signs point to a bum per harvest. True, there .rare'; places where .the .soil i ilrj but generally, speaking theie Is pleutj ot moisture for" at least. ted'Uays. or eVou two weeks, 'to come The L-rops are looking splendid This atiitduieut be visiting' the district ami ior one's self the iiioat magnificent fields- couUl ASK (tor wind ,has done moie l grath than, nny otfie fields In the north pa it of the town .have been, paitiallj blown outt Qg it neceasnij to re seed But luckily, the dauuage from-this qua' IB cxtrem-ely small aiidjijirtlj considerat-ion, .when one is the ,whole arbp worms.have done little Injiirj i growiug crops lieiever thej appeared the fanners took Immediate Qclidn.'with get a footing in the dn fpr.wJiiclj the farmeis are cou gra tula ting iheiuseh eg Wheat Not Suffering There this out prominently, the LI ops are not vet i Buffering from want ol moiavure The grain Itself testifies to this The ma ior'port Ion of It is looking i Rrticulai ly hcallhy, and tlisplavs not ihe alight est inkling of auffeimg The fall grain will be the fnsi to go ihlrstj but in the proverbial SJIOLB of (Continued on 12) Of Manitoba Gossip at General Assembly Edmonton, June colleges-oT llic church were considered" in assembly- this morning, the discussion: of Thursday last being resumed, Queen's I'nhvraitv and College, ,'Collcgr, ToronLu Manitoba College, inniiic., Robertson College bd- nio'iitoii. and Van- couver gave icporls the lonu jluriiig the year in-the pceuafaj ton ur 3 OUHR men foi the imnibtr> Knov lollegc that the old limldm., on Spirt in a 1ml beea sold for .The new building willcpsl iibout No appoinlT it is made ior the posuiou nl [inncipQl of the ftlaniloba Col I( be I he sj nod of Uberti an meeting held here 1101 natcd Hie Rev. Dr. Reid tbis [losiliui the name of the Di Drummond, .'.minister of St.; Paiills church; is. also, n the issLinbh TS i pointci. Vestn m-sier Hall oi couvcr an institution louc old is engigwl in tin. orcctiqn oE i hiuldinL, in the ol the incial T ucnti younn intn TTC cniollcd in llic classes of ttic college. 1 IIL subject of honu. missions introduced and the of. the .committee iierl The salancs paid to sin dents, ordained missionaries and min- HI augmented charges all jc increased. The .advance in the cost.' of hung icll cipecialh ulo seciilai life lo oh Cam llic iiccei entertaining all MMtorsJp Wash-, June Loiiis Vf. Hill, who recently resigned us .president of the here last niglit received a telegram from his father, ,Ianfes .1. Hill, Blatihg his father, had re- signed.In his favor as chairman" Board of Directors of the Great N'crLheni. HARDING TO -NOMINATE TAFT Columhus, Ohio, Juiin The name of [president Taft will bo presented o NIC 'Chicago convention by Warren G j-lardiiig, fonnci- lieutenant govcr- lor of Ohio. Mr, llurdlug announced cday he had received a letter tram Mr. Taft asking liini lo nnnio him at he Chicago conveniion. had acceplod I Mr. Harding conniilssion WOMAN TABER ENDS LIFE1 WITH GOPHER POISON Taber, June district was greatly siicldeuecl hy the announcement of. the death by suicide of Mrs. wife of a highly respected farmer living eleven mi spuih ot the town. Jlr! Jna'pcrsoii was In town seeing- the train and on returning home wn shocked to Hud his cold In dentil Beside her ivoa a cup containing sonic liquid .iinU the husband nlao found a noto atnting her intention of ending life. ChieC Bullock notified mid taking Dr. Hammer with him, a-.visit WHS made to the scene or tho tragedy Suspecting the contents of the cup. il iviis plnccfl so that a gopher cuold get at it, and the expected happened. The gopher died in less than :i minute. Coroner Humphries of I-ethhrldpc was notified and he announced his in- French Battleship Cuts Submarine in Typo With Result That All Lives are Likely Lost Cherbourg, France, June :ht practice manoeuvres o1 the Frehch leet at seven o'clock the battleship with the sub- The smaller craft Immediately disappeared and'j'i leved to havtf been cut In two ahu o have carried to their deaths-the entire crew ffi ir.en. The accident. Saint Louis collided marine Vendemearl.'. occurred between Aurigny Island and Cape .Hagilc in the Race of Aldcrny where .violent tidal currents prevail. The battleship was steaming quietly along when the submarine Vendemearl suddenly appeared under the bows of the warship.1 There was no time to avoid the collision and the next mo- ment the' slem of the Saint Louis lubmarinc A (.errIlls force driving the sur- face. The engfnct; of the warship had been quickly reversed but when brought to a stop the submarine had disappeared and only a threshing of the waters showed where the under- the-aurface-fighter had gone down. The.Vendemearl was launched July 7th, was ninth vessel .gf .the tention qf coming here todaj to hold an Inquest. It that the unfortunate'wo: man hud been despondent ,of -late-aiid, took very little interest b her hoiiae hour affairs- She was years of age.and leaves a The. fauulj here from 'Soii'lh Dakota'Uo or three jOBra PRINCE ALBERT; LIBERALS SELECT, .CANDIDATES Princei.Albert, June' AI- hcrt Liberals .have offered !.thc .nom- ination for, Mie jn-oyinclal houec to A. Turgeon. "Morten de- clined the nomination STOLE MR. .RYAN'S. HORSE Hlllcrcdt., Alia., valuable horso, boloniiiiiR to Wm.- Ilyan, a coil- tractor. In this'tgwn.-was stolen acme time lust night. Mr. Uynn, .thlnklne the animal .had been hy aoiue of his friends around did not inform the police until int-e In (.lie morning. Just before tho police'were informed, lilr. II, -T, lira- prletor of the Union Hotel here, miss- ed a saddle, and It thai, both and saddle were takeiv Ijy Uio Hiirnc party, t'onslable' Jaeger, of the has the CSIHO in hand, and Is contidont of iuking hia man n the nour future, if the general eiir- nisn Is .rorrect, thu th'ef left Hill- orost dui'lny the early hours'' of iihn, ami made (ownrd.s C'-iow'a Ncet, -rvoni which jiolnt inauy iind coiupllcaled, ,i-ea.mboal) tup up the nvcr rou the termon Tomor- lH be preacliL'd by the.Hev Dr.. Taylor, ot minister of St Ptul s church Ihib is said to Hie wealthiest terien church in tlie Dominion Dr -v, is at onb time considered as a professor lor MiQitoba callegc In the Dr S Grant general cnt of home missions -will picach A ioleinn ol the I ord s he helrt in the. afternoili) at lour o clock. IL which the mortera, loc thi. Kcv Ui 'McQueen will pre- side Retiring 111 Rev. Dr-.H. Mackay, .moderator last vcnr. and one of thc-bost known oi the UiUich 11 aeiiously ill here., He preached -the opening ser-; ion iL the nsk of Ins life and would me been al the great loreiRii mission meeting last night had he noli jccn absolutely forbidden bj IHe phv- s to leave the house l-k be ill on the to the osicmhlj and was. taken Iroiu the Uaiu at iicine..llat. Ha recovered to come on and -.'do'', his llic bcEinning oi the asbcmbh smtc at time he has bed. Rev. Rev. IJaircI, Rr.v u'viil, Hldwanl Drown, John. Ross, kpulj n mis tec of crtucalion ior Al t the Ucv. Duncau Camp- icll .spoke at- a reunion ol the prartu- nlcs oi M i m I obi college 1 isi night at llic Corona hotel-. The meeting WM. tho largest ever held at an assembly he enlarged union cuinmitlec l-i in lesslmi today and will pcobahly.- :re- )0fl on Monday A I the foreign missions nccting last nljiht the speakerH