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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta ISe Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume V. Lethbridge. Alberta. Tlmrsdiiy, June 13, Number 156 MINES WILL PAY OUT A VERY BIG WAGE BILL Two Hundred Thousanc Dollars to Workmen a Month GALER'S ESTIMATE Western Canada Coal is Getting Into American Market "The various coal mines in the dis- trict immediately tributary' to Loth- 'hrid'ge will have a pay roll of 000 a month next .winter.. These com- panies are. going to make Lethbrid; one of the best cities in the west, and we are going to one of them." says 11. N. Galer, the new presi- dent of the Royal .Collieries company, has JUKI lately beiin reorga ed. Mr. Qftler and Andrew Laidlaiv havir bought ortit the in eats of A. C.- Flummerfeli, former pre- sident of the company; who retires fromi the concern. Miv Giilei: will be president of: the new organization, nnd Mr, Laidlaw vice presi- dent. A new board of directors will lie named at a meeting to be held shortly., Doubled "The company wi.ll now be manag- ed along 'the unost, up-to-date lines." said Mr. Galer interview with the Herald yesterday afternoon, and with our ne'w ecrujpinent in place we expect to be in a position from to supply our customers than ever before. Tine Royal will this win- Ire'be able to 'lift between 500 and (iOO tons of coa'y per daj, and ue ex- licet n0 whatever In finding a market-for whole output." According Mr. Galer 1he outlook for ,the coal -industry, in the Crow's fl'tlds IB-better .this than Jt has been tor years. WUh die de- xnand for steadily increasing.and with-the assArrance that ba no trouble with the three aiiore the coal industry in this Held oughi; to grow by leaps and 1 omuls. Market Outlook Good In Mr. Baler's opinion, the coal cora- jianies wVll never again experience th M R. PERLEY ACTING Ottawa, Juno G. 11. Perley, minister without portfolio, and :a resident of 01- is acting premier during Premier Burden's absence In Nova Scotia. It understood that, Mr. Perley will fill the premier's shoes during his longer absence in England lut- ur on. DUBLIN WOMEN ON RAMPAGE EMULATED ENGLISH SISTERS IN WINDOW SMASHING GAME INTERFERE Dublin, Ireland, June cam ptiiB'i of 'window smashing was opened today by the Irish getles, who tried to emulate the deeds of tliclr English sisters, came in vigorous conflict with the authorities. After the women had mude au energetic attack on most of the public buildings, several of Liieni were arrested. Tho women, before the police arrived, shattered 42 win- dows of tlie custom houBe, the post office, the land commissioner's office and the police and military barracks CARLSON IS REPORTED TO BE MENTALLY SOUND PRINCIPAL SPARLING DANGEROUSLY ILL Winnipeg, June' Dr. Sparling, principal of Wes- ley College, lies'. dangerously ill at his home hore. having suffered hemorrhage of the brain this morning. came .trciuble over' market conditions 1hit thoy have this spring. Before to ship for next winter's fmppliV the surplus American coal sent in dnrins the strike last sum- will have been used, arid the conl tut off the appropriation for tl.e but .the- Senate actually ahuuh- exiljti" ..AH effort'to, TB consider tha ite's action, with reference ,to toe chief of staff limitations ueo ulistic' cessful hi a iflte of. 28 to 01 Both iiese Senate actions hit the lent hard The legisla'n? and judicial appropriation carries an- :horization for tile jmvment of about salaries, among: those of the President, memheis of loth houses of Congiess, and mem hers of the Judicial} In addition, the of the bill rould hold ho paj of the en il service _ em- ilojecs, and in Washington the em- iloyees of ttte capitol and otnei nanches of Iho government, iude pend-ent of. the President The total ibn of the ernment a bill is thlitvjfive million as passed bj the House, and thiKf- millions as reported out by the Senate Injected into the wording- ot his bill is the proMsion for the iboll- ioir of the United States. commerce court. Tie Up Everything The holding-lip of tbe armj appro priation bill will tie up the pa} of all officers and men ot the United States, Armj, numbeihig about lc and judicial also uonld tie up construction woik and purchasing of supplies and equipments Troops, in case of war. would be unable to unlest the railroads and commission mei chants would transport and furnish rations on credit. The'moat disastrous in the of a for the would be the tying up of ail military works, including the Panama Canal Ui.dei the legislation, Colonel CibeUials. would have to be. relieved at onoe as chief constructor of the canal or the Secictan of War would be liable for all pay drawn by; thai, officer, from the date of effectiveness of the law to tho date of relief from duty. The law prevents Major-General Wood from ever serving again as chief of staff ot the army. It also Is a bar to the Brigadier-Generals Umm stone, CroEier, and one or 'two other high officers from serving in that post. President Taft has let it be known that ho will not! for It. He is of the opinion the action of Congress is unconstitutional. This view is tak- en by several of the. best the administration. WITHOUT London, June SIGNIFICANCE la. The resignation cf Lord Chancellor l.oreburn, and tile succession to tho office of Lord Hal (lane, are not believed to have any international significance, ANGi-iCAfx miSSJONAniES Toronto, Ont.. June fol- lowing resolutions weie carried M tlie executive the meeting of the Anglican Synod this morning: "That (he stipend of a missionary. .In first year In orders be an additional ?100 for the'.Xeep J of horse foi nilailoniry work, increat-. Ins HO'-1 yearly ]V I ;