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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TFe Lethbridge Daily Herald -i Volume V. Tollbridge. Alberta, Saturday, June M, 1912. 17ft 'f. WILL NOT DELIVER MAIL ON TUESDAY Tie-up of the American Civil-Service is Still Threatened NO-APPROPRIATION Illegal to Do Country' Business Without the Necessary Funds V Washington, June 29. Prebiden has decided that Uncle Sam ma> Iia'ie one daj's grace, so he will be affected by "Roing broke" on Mon day The decision reached fo: loving a cabinet meeting yesterday at -which heads ot the departmBnts concerned explained their Idck o funds and asked advice TJie law piohibits the from accepting voluntary seivice af ter midnight June 30, and exposes ote on Jul> 11, Tlrere are straight Con eervatlve cundiOfttca In fifty seats In Jloosc Jaw county, Fre1! secretary ot the Saakatrhewan Grain Growers, in stand] nr AH an independ- COULD NT LIVE ON A YEAR London, June Stuart, composer of and several other musica! plays and songs, "p peaced'in the bankruptcy court today. Mr Stuart stated thtt he had fo- some years been in the hands of a money lender, who thV of Ik royalties. His liabilities aie (25.000. His Income .has amounted to between and WANTS TO BE A MINISTER Kingston, Ont, order to become a Methodist' niltsionary In Northern Ontario, BomBardler Ernest Potter ot Buttery B. H O H A has applied for Ills discharge, i I LITTLE GIRL FELL OFF THE WHARF SAD TRIP TO THE WEST FOR WEALTHY; NOVA SCOTIA .'FRUIT'MAtT Winnipeg, June the fnc jeai-oid daughter of L G llartis was drowned tonight hy falling into tho Assiniboinc nver The child was sitting on a small platform used afa wharl when she slipped into the wa- tci Another little with hei at tbf time, but was, y.irds gave the alaim wfceii she miss- ed licr plaunale The body has not yet been-recovered. The parcnls of the child iccenth arrived in Winnipeg from Nova Sco- :ia and while touring the west, "were naking their home temporarily jn this Ml Hams is a large grower and CNportcr of fruit is also a argc operator m real estate and 'arm lands in the Saskatoon dis- nst BARN, GRANARY AND SIX HORSES WERE BURNED UP Lightning StruclTAlcx M. Marshall's Barn During Storm Last, Night Two men milking in the barn on Alex M Marshall'! irrigated farm, miles, southeast of the city, bad narrow escape from suddeu death last evening, whea the barn was struck by lightning The severe storm which passed south of last night jetween six and farm, and about 6 JO a. 'bolt struck .the'middle of the barn Six three on one side of'-tlie balrn7 opposite to where the milking, were in italitly killed, and, the caught men, wlib three or four feet away roin where 'the horses -were killed were barely able to out loose the eowi hich also and urn them out o{ the bain, before'the ire had spiead to them A gianaiy, containing about seventy ive hi lock, o the ground The total, loss while the insurance D only J400. Mr Marshall is a nwmbei ot the 'rir cf Marshal! and this ity, and has the" country'lor he past three or lour years. CARMANGAY'S RAINFALt" Oarmangay, June to Thuisdaj mtht there had been. 365 inches of rainfall to- the month of June It rained on Friday, and Is raining this morning, so that it is expected another inch will be added. SEAMEN TO GO ON STRIKE TODAY j. OPEN SHOP THE BIG I68UE.WITH UNITED STATES WORKMEN gllilllLly, U.UVUI. bushels ot wheat and feed tbe k, was also set'oB'Jftfe, burning oiinted ent laency, there Jn Aronda conetit- Independen-ts, In the field, iboth oppoted to the govem- 511 en t, as well M Liberal candl dite The OonwrwUveg letting them fight it out themsehes The only change in the situation Curing (the was In Souns, where A grain growers' candidate, Nelson filmpnon Is in field, and Eagle Crftek, there are two Liberals running; Page Rfdotit and George Hnr ris were hoth cunraming, and it look- ed M iC T. A. Laycock, Oonierva- would 'wln'easily A new con- Tontfon was called at Laurel, and tho iuo candidates fought It out In the convention, Harris winning. Tho (Liberal! claim they now win the whtle the my the breach .in Liberal ranks is such that It cannot WILL FARM Toronto, June Oeorge Do Maudult, prominent French noble- hinn, and son of Count Hugh Do Man- dult, director of the staff of the niln Istry, Interior, Parte, Is in To- tonto on his way to lake up a fntit NOTED QUEBEC PHYSICIAN DEAD Quebec, June Bdmond Gauvreau, director 'of the Quebec province vaccine institute, died toda} lie was in. his 65th 3ear. BATTERY ARRIVED BACK FROM CAMP New York, June 29 a acquelto tlio aanouiioement last night that sev- en it earn ship companies with whom the seamen have been negotiating woula not recede from their decision open shop bas- of the un- ions ot the firemen and seamen called special, meeting "which ended, w'lth au order for stukc today The .strike'plans were placed in the hands _ of committee I which is expected to have a torce of I delegates on the water front today attempt to persuade long- bhoiemen, seamen and firemen plojed on coastwise steamship lines to join, "the strike The leaders slid 35.QOO fneinen. and seamen wele well and thai was hoped, besides these classes cl workerb, to induce the 'long- shoremen ,uid those of other ports to out. SIR JOHN M. MADE NICE PILE In the Sale of the Cataract Power Co. at Hamil- ton, Ontario t Hamilton, One June 29 the (crms of Uioiagreerncnt for the Irani-jsocictj. The suggestion ib nfade, that fee of Hie Dominion Power and she acled as the tool of other and Transmission stock to Mac-j better known women with more cx- and Mann, Inc. lattet undertake jtensnc relations m Anglo-American to-pay our nm- and the It is also said that todaj's halance during )ears As proceedings which consisted of the was the tuinoxer adjournment of the case !oi another L for the olJ week uero designed to permit Mrs TO SHIELD THE SOCIETY WOMEN SCAPEGOAT; IN SCANDAL IS ALLOWED TO CLEAR 'OUT: London, June .29 Application which was made in tho chancery diu- sion i dative to the injunction re- cently granted to Lord Churi'hill ab lord m waiting, to the sale of tickets _ to the enclosure at that the name of the concerned was Meadows. Mrs Meadows is an English woo.an fairly well in London means a gigantic Cataract itockh'qlders This is what will get foi their entire, btock Sir John William Ejouiiham Dickenson Col J-'ttl'Moodie, 900, Jolm W C Hawkins Toronto Tias> learn- ed on good'authority'todav, paid 135 or the culmmativc shares, 115 for the seconds preference and 100 lot the common stock Some fault is .bejn'g (found by some shareholders people reing given (he years in which to pa> 3ie balance as regards ils allowing Mackenzie and Miijn to pay the hulk if the monei corning- of the comjany r Meadows to toakc herself scarce and thus avoid niakjng public the names of the other women concerned. WILSON GAINED AND CLARK LOST FIVE WAS CAUSED BY BRIDGE Dam ille, P Q Juno 29 col lapse of a rotten bridge'here !y enter day caused the death of John Coolit uncl the serious injury of his father, Antio Coolit. Two horses driving were also killed. DRAVTON SAYS H. L. Drayton announced in rente today that he had accepted the Railway Commisnon Chair- .monihip. NO WOp MARYRELI TIRED BUT YOUNQ ON HAND TO WELCOME THEM This looming about 8 00 o'clock the citizen soldiers returned from train- ing camp at Calgarj, travelling all night in a special tram carrying the equipment as that left here with the volunteers a week ago last Tuesday The men were von tircii when thej arrncd, and no par- ade took place Major Stenart stated that the Bat- ery this hjd eclipsed their rec- ord of other jears, both m numbers Tttentiing camp, and m then general elncipnc} had sonic verj hard dajs' dull, especially when iho ther- mometer was ranging around rthe hun- ilred "mark Thc feature of thcii Calgary trip JE that Ihcv had led at the right of the line, the much coveted vosi- 1011, during tho final inspection par- uie and march patt On then ainval here, the Battety irnt hy Sheriff Young, who' was well equipped with sandwiches and coffee, and il is safe to say that he was tile most welcome man the hoys lad seen foi a long time. Three rlnj- ng cheers for the sheriff giccted his ippearancc. The men detrained quietly, taking he cquipmcnl io the armorj, thus ,i delightful datV out- .water, rescuing ng. j ing to J.K.BARRETT HAS THE BIGGEST PULL WERE MANY AFTcR DEPUTY- MIN1STERSHIP AND WlNNf. PEG MAN WON June 28 is stated thata ;he caused bv the retirement W J Gerald, deputy minister ol inland is about to be Oiled bj the appointment of T. K B.irrettr, inspector of the inland revenue do- partmeat at Winnipeg Several re- commendabions been made for this important position, hut it is understood that Mr Bauett's name is regarded with favoi and a formal announcement mav he expected in a few days The position now held byr Mr Barrrfct vill be filled by the aV pointment of Mr T. D Dcgaii. an- other known citucti of Winni- peg K. T Wood, is 'a daughter 'of. Mr. Barrett- A YOUNG LADY'S COURAGE jQuobec, Juiw the end preafttKe af mind of Miss Ryan, >oung lady of Champlaln street, a four-yeor-old girl of.Mr, ,John Fitzgerald was saved from death by drowning The child wan playing at the; water front'and er. The Alarm uas given and Miss Ryan :ran down and jumped .water, rescuing the child and rwtor- C.N.R. Disap- pointment to People of the South Though the population' of Southern Alberta, has been patiently a-waiting some word bearing ou the construe loj programme of the C N R in this world, it would appeal they uere doomed to-disappomt- lent }eai, foi the latest Iran the constructionjdepart metre of -tie' company, is ThaTno work .will be] done by tho company in South- ern, Alberta, other than that now un- der. wVy tram Ualgary to Macleod and from Macleod to Pmcher Cteek. There Is- evidently to 'be no work done'on the Lethbridge Maryfield line This is the first definite announce inenUthat .the company had abandon ed1 to rush work on this line this spring Everybody ex- pected that grading to start out of Lethbridge on the Mary field line this spring, but the announcement lust made puts a different face on the whole mattei ll is likely that the Board of Trade will Jake up tne matter with the au thorities of the C. N R without delaj Last fall while In Winnipeg, H M Me Leod, general manager of the com panv, informed the Board of Trade of- ficials ithafc'-work would be undertaken on that branch the ope'mng' of spring, and thdt giading would start out of Lethhndge, and on this pio mise the Board has been advertising the intention of the C N R to con struct part of the llaryfield line this year. The reasons given by the company foi delaying the beginning of con structlon on the Man field branch is that they undertaken so much construction work in ail parts of the west, which, with the scarcity of la- bor'attd material, makes it impossible out the programme which' thej had arranged ,'sinc'c.the report that and the G T P uould use the first twen- ty miles of line in common out ot Calgaly, there is a growing feeling lhat the Ivo companies will enter Lethbridge from the north a common'line, and that they will .bnIM bridge the Bellv river at a point north of the city. Tills is mere- ly a deduction based on the action )f-the. two-companies in Calgary. BILL PER AGAIN FILES HIS SHACKLES A TRIP FOR ,J. A M. Otta-na, Ont, June J. A. M. Aikens, M. P for Brandon, has been delegate to represent Canada at the sfic- international :Tnoral educa- tion congress to be held at the Hague, from August 22 to 27, 1912. 4 DR. FABER HAD SUICIDE WAS DAUGHTER DEPQ3ED RULER OF TURKEY Diego, Gal, June devel- oped today that ,Mrs Prank B 'Paber, the handwme of Dr Prank Fa- ber, who committed suic Jo yesterdaj, is a Abdul Ha mid, the de- posed ruler coupYe married-fin Constantinople> ten' years ago Dr, Fabef Uienja'den tist to the Turklih court met the Turkish handsome daughter, and Lheii wooing resulted in marriage Until a few >ears ago, Faber livei ivrth'ifiii witt; iil CoTibiancmopIe, oui of the ruler, he left with his wife for America, go ing first to New Jtork, then to Phila- delphia, and out to Nevada, whence they came to' San Diego more than a Mrs Fiber's lack of knowledge of American customs led to frequeat do- mestic quarrels, it is aald, and final- ly resulted m Faber's taking: Relatives ot the woman in Turkey have been co.nmuuica.ted i She has been prostrated eyer since the tragedy. Aged Train Robber Oncje More Fools Prison Guard, J Millville, Georgia, June "Old IJill" Miner, the aged teem for tram robbery Georgia, cscapod bjf filing his shackles night and with a companion left thi state convict farm This, ji, the second time Minor hai escaped from the prisocAfarm latet hampered bv w he- -was captured Miner' whose real name u to be Anderson, 'is Canadiun'Norlhwest on tram robben whence fiom ptison some ago RAIN IS NEEDED IN MANY PLACES CROPS NOT SUFFERING iUT LATE' SOWN GRAIN NEEDS STIMULUS Winnipeg, Man June 29 While there can be no denial of the fact that rain is needed in most sections throughout the west, up to the pres- ent ume no indications coma to lights showing that, any actual dam- age lias been .done This, is the snmmar) of the' report that has, reached Paci- fic Hailnaj officials through its ag- ents and iummaiized up to Friday night Weather throughout the vest has been favorable generally and no damage from any cause'is vet notice- able. Thc early sown1 grain has not jet shown any standing still on ac- count ot lack of-moisture, but the alt sown is beginning to feel il Jhcrc were a few local 'shelters the A rooli section. TABER GETS BOX CARS Tho C. P, It. have, relented, and are box uars to tho Taher for {ho loading.of coal; h-u'ing been unable to obtain a car for this puriMss fort months, :he opf rat01 s here have'receind fint'boi.cari this m FRANCE TO HAY6 NICKEL PENNIES France is nbout to begin the roin age or nickel pennies and halfpence and the old copper coins l bo call- ed in' The new coins ;will have a hoje in the middle, so that they may be dlstinjuiilied from TRAVERS TELLS ITS MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE AND PETER RYAN'S'sTRAKSHJj' T Toronto, ..June 29 leaMiif for Ottawa for the charter, it was suggested to "tie, Dr. Nes- biti, fc-'i ration or some one else, UI don t remembei who, that I shouW take with me I talfg the money, hut I took a cheque ,fqr to mjself, I-jylJthe cheque in an envelope and left with' the" clerk at the Russell Ot- Thirteenth Ballot Still' Shows Deadlock at Baltimore "DARK HORSE" TALK Senator Kern and Mayor Gaynor Mentioned Possibilities Baltimore, Md., June thirteenth.ballot.concluded p.m. today found the Democratic national convention still locked. 'The leading candidates then stood, Clark 554, Wilson 3W; ai 549 for Clark and 354 far Wilson on the twelfth ballot. Baltlmorc, Md, June j