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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridg 'Voliuiie V. Lelhbridgc. Alberta. Mtmdiiy, June 10, 1JH2 Number 15.1 EXTEND CALL TO E MR. WATSON Baptist Church De lighted With Preacher of Yesterdav COULDN'T DECIDE .But Will Stay With Church 1 for the Summer Months Rev. (J. Watson, of Chicago Uni- vcr.sily, preached "at both servicrs yesterday in Llic First. JUiv U'iil.'ion'.s. aroused- uiucli interest. Me is 'a man possessing licplli ui thought and is uxcceilin in his ideas and methods. At evening service one of the largest congregations which has yet all cliui'ch listened attentively to clear cut exposition by Mr. O7i the subject, "What is your life well pleased an; llic officials and inrinluers of the, church with Mr. EOII that they have extended him a call .their puslor. Mr. iU'atson, hoivcver, is not yi-L in a po- sition to give a. (lefiititc answer, but lias decided to vcioaiu in LcllUivulfcC for Unco months, during which (inn: Jie M-ill Lake charge oi llie church's work lierc. 31 r. Watson is a preacher will) a keen.intellect ami not over fifi years of Age. lie is moreover saiil ilo he. highly, efficient in executive af- fairs. LETHBRIDGE IS SUPT. CAMERON-SENT A" LETTER OF PROTEST TO'THE L MAYOR 'Arc tho cities of AVestorn Canada themselves responsible Tor tlie car shortage, which the cement manufact- urers clatm ae the.cause of the short- nge or' the West? According to a meaaage received on- Saturday by Ahiyor Hatch Superintendent Cameron, 0C tlie C. P. Jl., ar. Hat, llie cities of Lhe .West are holding up the company'.s cars longer than the rulea allow; least, Lethbridgc and it is taken flhat'Che other are. in the B arc 10 position. Never ibelore has llie ciiy ol Leth iliridge received so much consLruolion miaterial In Xho suiue length of us during the spring just past Curs of steel rails, ties, cemenr, machinery )joles; a IK! othor building mal-eriul arc arriving every day, and one-man JtepL busy looking after Lho clearing of these cars from the customs, and auying the Crel'Blil' charges. The complainl, of. Superintendent Uia't these cars arc delay- ed here In unloading, nnd .as a res there is a shortage." of cars In this division.. Nothing ivas-said ;by the Siiperin icindent .regarding'the moving of Ihe freight aheds new lonatiou to the north of the track, nor about Lhe final of Ihe overhead bridge It'is ox pec led that the Bpecial committee of ihe.counc of which Aid. Adam's is chairman, will meet the C- IJ; It. officials on Hie Ini- icr with hi a few flays, when the exact.' amount the clly will be niton lo jjay will be made JillOWQ. FRENCH NEWSPAPER SCORES THE PORTE A. F. MANTLE Deputy Minister of Agriculture, for Saskatchewan and corresponding sec- retary for the Dry-Farming'CongresG. FEWER DEATHS FEWER BIRTHS NEW'RECORD SHOWN: BY VITAL STATISTICS FOR ErJGLANp AND WALES" London, June; turns of births and deaths just pub- lished, show low .recorda'-iintier lioth heads. In Kngl'and and AVales the births .Ihlg repre- senting a rale of per Ihouaiind. the lowest ever recorded, and; a loss of 2.'J u, thousand.pir-the average rcsenLiug a'rate of, and, ,the lowest a 1.6 on rbrton years.. SUNDAY SERVICE EX-ALDERMAN. DEAD of .FCx-Ald. Thoe. Portev dropucd (lend, aged Cl. 'i, PREMIER SCOTT -READY FOR FRAY. Regina, June imTn'ovetl in health, Premier Hcott 'returned to Ihe city Lbls alter spending i.hc greater .piirt of tlw .winter in the South. -SIK Scott'stated lhat. there was riot the slight- eat truth In the rumors of his v retirement from imbllc !K'c, Provided, he added, lhat he continued lo Imprpv-e as We had hcen doing for'Uhe last four or five wecha, he woiilil bo In pood 3hauo lo .tnltu an active iinrt In the approaching cum- luilgn in (he province. -I- V- KING AND QUEEN WENT TO. ST. .PAUL'S IN A TERRIFIC RAINSTORM London, June a. severe storm, accompanied by thunder and ightning, King George, Qjieen Mary ncl Princess Mary, drove to SI.'Paul's Jal.hedi'LiI military iscoii, lo ultciHl Hospital Sunday ,ervlce: Vor perhaps aho.first tune In their reign, hnrdly a was on the streets tp see the King anil-: Queen pass. The drenching "rain drove ev- erybody to shelter, but, inside the Cathedral .iherc was a brillmnL-con- grcgallon. -Every seal'and all of the livallable standing room was occujUccl long; before Lhe Royal family arrived. Stupid Persecution of the Christians is Alienating Friends for Turkey Paris June Temps, coir.- ineiitiiiK on Ihc wlilcli Tur- key has made for tlie error of the foi-Ls of SmynuL in firing uptm 'he Hleamahlp "Cancaslc" dlspluyi- iniwoiilcd asperity. -'Many it save, "rcvail tlie presence in Turkey of unimoaHy towards foreigners which Is full peril.' Certain actions of the local aulh'orilk'B arc intolerable. ''The Hayes reports that all; Christians uged from iy lo -15 in-tlin, island of MHylcnc are held ds ages. The Corriere Del La Sera of :MiIaii reporle a massiici1.? of 'Jhristiauy I at Sealaiiovc on Ihe ABlatlc coast, op- jiosite Sfimoas. Ir. i-3 stared that tier-1 imniH coiistniclJiig 'Ihe Bagdad j way fifty miles Ironi Aleplio have re-' (mesLetl UniL a mllliiivy force be .unit to yrotect the workmen tlircatened by Uie fnniiLiclsiu o{ Uiu native popvila- lion. "At UieruL two French newsnuiivre have byen Illegally suppressed. Ac-[ cording to trustworthy iufofinalIOM the1 authorilles of Hierut are decidedly I Their policy is !ir tlr. o'dioiifl and shortsighted. The Turks! know perfectly well that on one in j France, covets any (jf their teviltviri This childish baiting of foreigners unworthy of a people which prulesscs. respect for constitutional principles, arid which moreover, must have the support of JjJurope lo live and develop." This tart lending article is much i missed as the Temps attkudc Turkey hlLhe-rln lias been markedly cordial. Everybody Is asking what change of 'tone means, whether it foreshadows active participation by Frnnce in the effort lo conic Lo terms with -Italy. IN Kosher Riots in Jewish Women Pro- test at Hifc l Living FIRE IN Brantford, FREIGHT Out., June Trunk Rheds SHEDS IUG and contents were almoj fire today. t entirely destroyed by Nearly twenty cars ot merchandise, n.m'ong them one car of also consumed.. The loss "la :WORK .Jplin 3IcM-urLnr of Bow- nanville been disinlseed. 'Late Friday was Informed by tele- Dhoue from Toronto to hand qv'ei- his keys next day to Major C. i well known Toronto Next Year Edmopton, Alta.r June the meeting of the Presbyterian Genera! Assembly here today, it Was announced officially-that the Assembly would meet In Knox Church, .Toronto, next year. P. G. KEYES RETIRES Otlawn, June G. KGJCB, sec- retary of -the1 lands branch of the De- tartmenl of has retired on superannuation lifter lliir'ty-four years in the public service. No suc- cessor has yet been named. SOUTH DAKOTA FIGURES Pierre, S.D., June ten counties failing to make presidenlial roUirns, the voV-es nl Uie recent prim- ary winch are in, were announced 10- day, as follows: For' RooseveU, 'For LaFol- for Taft, Chicago, .June police responded to fifty! riot calls in the Ghetto, yesterday to quell dis- turbances due to the Kosher. No- body was seriously injured and few arrests w'ere made. A number of mass meetings' were, held to protest price of beef and poultry. of 300 Jewish women was appointed at to visit the big packers at the ttock yards on Tuesday afternoon'ito renew their protest. v "Wrecking composed of Jewifh women made a tour of the kosher'meat shops yesterday af- ternoon, and pourfld kerosene on chickens exposed for sale in front of the V IS THE DOUBLE TRACK C.N.R. Toronto, June Wil- liam M'.icKeivzie announces Una the C.iV.Il. will immediate- ly double track its line from Fort William to Winnipeg to corral the grain trade. DUKE OF PN AUGHT TO InHIS YEAR Manchester Guardian Publishes Story That H. R.H: Will Relinquish Post at End of Year- Succeeded by Lord Dudley London, June Manchester Guardian which on previous occasions ins given proof of Inyido Information if CaiiiuHflii affairs, says: TUii noro Ilial i.hc Duke of Cniiliaitpht nay nol wish to; retain ,thc Canadian lovoruor Cie-ienil'shlp beyond the. end Urn I'lL-dL-iii yunr. ;.No definite de- cision has yet been come, to, nor hits the Illness of HIP Dncheas anylliliig lo do "lih Llil.s incclllalcd step, which, it Is understood, I.H Hue pri- vate. nrranBemonta 'niadp scvcrnl moiitliH ago. It is also rumored when vver Ihc Duke retires he. will bo succeeded by Lord Oddly, rccunlly rc- lieveil of -Ihci govcrnor-gonefnlsliip of Tlici'r Is reason for bcfcvR offeving'hlm Ihls nppolntnicnl in IHOS tMt! government had dccltlpd (hai on a vacunoy in (lie nda occurring, Dudly should he asked Lo accept ii. t as gards I, Post Office; V Lethbridge beginning lo groV.rather anxioua aa to tlie interi- iion of the Dcpnrlment of Public of the property, re- garding Uie Letjibridge post office, 'ivhicli was to have been; erected this year, weeks the Board of Trade took the matter up the postal department, urging that im- mediate steps he. taken to-commence construction, as it was considered be NINETr CENT STREET PAVING A DREAM Winnipeg Pays Nearly as Much as Lethbridge for Pavements' So far as Jluyor..Hatch is concern- ed, llie paving-contracts for Llie addi- tional yards of paving will be! lot today, If the Works and Property! -ommlttee are aatiBHed with the prlc- j cs n no ted by the companies. The tenders 'will lie.opened this and llie committee >vill prepare Its j report for nresenlntron at the next} meeting or the Council. I To llic Herald this mcrnihg Mayor Hatch said thai probably more of the present controversy over the contract, had arisen out of the report from Win- nipeg that pavement? were being laid tlierc for 90 from any.oth- er He was glad, be said, thut. llic Hoard of Trails had taken the mat-, lev up wMli-a vlew'to finding out. Hie exact IniLh of tile report, ;iiul when he.came down to his office this morn-! ing he found a letter from -Magnus Fetereon, secretary of the Board of Control of the to he Lethbrulge Hoard of Trade, which explains away the 90 cents per yard paving. The letter says In part: "There has heen no contract lei by Jie city.of WiniiiueB'for asphalt pave- ments on concrete .-foundation at a price in the neighborhood of 90 cents per square.yard, .The'-Impress ion as LO this figure may have aris- en-from a-discussion-which look place i tew days ago as. to'the cost'of mac- ada'iu haae for asphalt pavements. The lA'ices [Dieted ty the- engineer of coWnictiou Ihis year are as fol- lows: Asphalt stone curb ami gutter from Mu cents (o 55 cents per lin. Toot; -three-inch ballast ROOSEVELT'S COUNSEL Tells Convention Creden- tial Committee of the Unfair IN INDIANA HON.'GEO W BROWN Lieut.-Governor of Saskatchewan who will be one of the at the Dry-Farming CongreM MINERS BURIED BY A CAVE-IN WERE TIMBERING EN- ESCAPED DEATH tilairniore, June 11 o'clock Saturday an accident- occurred' in tl% mine, which minhL had more ict ions results, hut, luck gives a clean and six-inch'concrete'base, to'slate, as- regards mortality'-, a I any JllO per s binder and asphalt surface, Sl.21 to ?1.2u' per. yard." This hviiigs the cost of- Winnipeg's rate. While James Ilulberford and John Gates' tinlbedng Gales' tinl entry ami cutting cued In bucj en cents ner'square yard: of :g paid by the citfx'fof-ft .similar- caugt- by paving. .Nothing Bald about the iHimbor and rock but Gates ca lit, Tor ireparatioii of the grade for tlie con- tract, but It Is presumed on-account of the prices Quoted that it includes the excavation.-' The. Board of Trade has also wrlt- .en to nam, of .Kentucliy; Wight, oi.Louis- )ann; Kelldeg, of Littaner of Nevada) Waid ol York- .Capers, of- South -Caro- lina: Tn'orson, of South Dakota Locse, ot Utah: of Wiscon- sin, and -McCoy. Of .the :P.hilIIp.plneB The contest 'the- fpnr'dele- froni Indiana, then called. Uniler'lhe commltte-a'B rnles, a" half- hour would.. be allowed.. to eachi.sine In case of delegat'es-nL- large (Continued on page I) mm FRUIT inunion, which wiis atlmmistered Father -Rosen thai, aaaisted by other clergy of the church." The church was crowded by a congregation, who witnessed the impressive ceremony with much TO BE -GUEST June, 10. Premier will be the. Sliest' of, '.honor "at1- the Royal Colonial Institute on Julj 10 O ROUTE REVISION D. Crerar Dead v The R. T. P. Js application for a revision of the. route of Llie branch from Calgary (o Coutts comes before the Mln- ister of Railways nt Ottawa on June Ont., June rP. 0. Crtfrar, K.C., one of prominent citiient, .here Hidden ly thin morning at Hi home The deceased wai of the firm of Crerar and, and was president of the Hamilton Liberal association. GREATEST YIELD IN HISTORY OF Head of Equitable Life Tells of Trip Through United States and s Three Great Grain Provinces New N, .June Judge hcrtn, and Alnnitolin in 'Canada udly, ivna Jinrn in 18S7 after A salute nitadrl as Day, prcsidcni of the KqniLahlc Lift was cxclmngcd Company, who ha.s jusl leaving V.alon, travelled nrouiul the world-. -laHiiig; the. v.irloua colonies and i entered llie harbor, u ljinnillghaia nt flvBL hand a. prelty good j Lhiit dny. For soven years ho served.119 parlia- mentary secretary of llic board of trade, no sinecure, and on the our- break of tlie South African war he Joined the Imperial yeoinenry. acting adjutant, general. From 1902 lo he was closely Identified Ireland, first as Lord Mcutennnt and later wiis chairman of the Congested Dlstrlcls Hoard, nnd In (ho latter year was nppoiuled (o AuKlrtiUa. On his retirement nt inn end of .Inly of last year. Hie Karl Dudly nindc a what leisurely return trip tbrongh JJfj [9 n. LOOKS LIKE H. L, ORAYTON pllinvn. Juno ap- liointnicnl of H. Dray ton, K.C., corporal ion counsel of Toronto, as chairmen of the Rnilwriy Commission, Is pro- diried by those who arc on S the inside licru, lion. Frnnk Cochranc Is reported in fnvor Mr, Dniylon'a appointment. 1 turned from a U'ip which covered' nil was niiiazrrl had been wrought llicrc in the lost eight years. For hunrtmls ot1 miles parls of the I'nllrd Slates, spoke in 1'asscd Utrougli wheat1 llclds, Miich as glowing terms toilay of the fiimlaincn-par as the eye could .reach, appeared tal prosperity oT the country. he of uniform excellence anil con- dition. I talkcil in Calgary and1 i.ipog with grain grain buyers and millers and I hoy. predict the greatest yield of wheat-in' tlic history of Western Canada." as head of tlif- Kquitable. is re- sponsible for i.he invcs.lmcnt of some the purpose of his trip was to study business and in- vestment conditions. met mer- chants, bankers, railroad men, agri- culturists anil the rcprrscntat.ivcs ol various iinnortuiil .brnndie.s of lie saiil, "ami I can .Mini up Ihc of uiy obscrvulions and .study ni to outlook in Uvo 'most 1 crossed tJic provinces of .Saskatchewan. Al- SAVED BY FISHING LINE Albert Hawkins, aged 'S, was saved Ironi drowning in Ihe Tunnies river of U'oodslock when n young slslcr caul n Mailing lino nml Ihc hook can flu Ills Anollicr slslcr Jim! Jumped In (hn Rlrcam hut. unable to Bet her brother PROSPECTS OF AN UNUSUALLY LARGE CROP IN BRITISH COLUMBIA Parts of British Columbia more fruit than -pick Lhia' year, ag n reiult; many of the fnilte should :be much cheaper .year than fornievly Suiall fruits, such as'beiTias, however, are not so plentiful, ami will continue high ill. price. of Toronto, wbo ifi lour ing ine-West on belinlt of the Exhibi- tion llluHlratbra of" tliRl. city, ivas iii the on .the tary of the local exhibition He has just returned from a trip" through British Columbia, where he visited moat O-L the fruit he w-ya that the outlook tor R yield IB simply ;magnificent, an'd' Eniit .growers unable to the crop. The B. crop, will he heavier tnun ever before In -the.rbls lory of province. They eiped-to. supply the'-prairie market this with very little hel.n from Washington nnd OreBOii, and will-make Ih-a pvlcea such as will keep out American cpm- petitlon. Mr. PrflU-'ifl naUirally fairs and oxhibHIoiiE, and stated tlint the'iiodple ot.Lethbridee nanlly'reallz- ed .what Interest ia being taken- in the pry-Fanning Congress .by the peo- ple of B. ,C., (he fruit growers, enyec- tail} While he was in Victoria, Hon. Price Ellison. Minister1 of ARTiciillure, gave Instructions to ,1. Rraudrlth, exhibition couimlssfoner for the'pi'OV to pvociied 1.6" Lethbridie anil malic arrangcineiHs for space for, Lhe B. C. exhibit at the exposition In con- nection wllii Ihe Congress. It intention of Hie G.-government lo send to Lcthbrldgc the exhibits as will be sent to the .Toronto fair and some of Ihe other large'.eastern txhlbllions, ajlhongh the fruit exhib- it, will be changed beCore earning betlibntlgo, specially picked ittons hnvliifi alre.Mly been arranged for the Congress exhibit. KING TROUBLED WITH London, June have been current concerning Uie King's health, and prove to have some foundation. For several months post bis Maj- esty hns suffered (torn a allgliL form of Careful dieting IH gradually pvercomiiiB llio trouble, however, nnd'Ihe. SovcKiIidi lit very atrlcl In obaervnnce of The riilea 'luld down by his physlclaiifl. '-i ;