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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume V. Lethbridge. Alberta. Satufda.V, May 11th, 1J>12 Number 129 MAGRATH* WANTS MORE RAILWAY FACILITIES RAYMOND BUSINESS MEN IN BIG SOCIAL FUNCTION Supper and Ball Gives Inspiration-Many Vis- . itors Were Present -.-.-.--%- *   �o> * * * * * * * ? STILL TALKING TAIT * Raymond,. May .10.--Raymond Board 's' notice > artlcular|jan unfortunate coincidence, his father, also lay ill in the same house, Wakefield Lodge, Northamptonshire, suffering from concussion of the brain/'as � result of a fall. The Earl was Fro-Grand Master of the* English Knights^Templar. 'He attended the Triennial, conclave of the order in Chicago^ lfM$ ; The title of EaMof;Eufctdn will now be borne by LorlipWtredFibroy, who becomes the heir to the dukedom. MAY HAVE f 0 DRILL-NEW HOLE COMPLICATIONS fRISE IN CON NECTION WITM*THE GAS WELL..AX TABER '^^ ^?Wtev Taber, May IjjlSk-^ Complications which arose' witbjiV the past week, London, May 11 .^The movement to secure this year's Nobel prize for the late Williain T."Stead is now in-a fair way of success. ;ihc London Budget publishes the following letter from the secretary p[ the Nobel committee : � _ "To the Editor of the London Budget : Sir,-I have .been instructed > by the .present President of the Nobel \ committee of the Norwegian p'arlia- jlu 0 clock. London, May 11.-Everybody is talking of -Winston Churchill's sensational .journey to London to vote for the Home Rule. Bill Thursday mght tt,U P0^."'1,5' mafcl1 ... ' i'l' Sullrrah- Ma by the K'in'^%fTNoiw>y].bte'$Kansinitt6> automobile to Bournemouth, where /to him your honored letter of the he left the car and was rowed out to third .-instant con(^nin|^l^;4|rteLJAc,'.the destroyer Swift, one ol the fast-.- .x .r - , Stead. I bave;fu^^^^n'4ns'tiue&' est vessels in the world. She dashed smen foimd, iifcimposisible to grapple ed to apprise .you that^.your letter through the earlv morning niists,'ivitnis .pipfi".�Eam,. and s^tcr making the and/fihe anrnxcd^Qf^^'Win (f be > thechanuci at a racing speed of near-' attempt 'm:every.* manner possible, artesian, welt'of-.mineral water,-which has bcW, flowingfront the -well, $he laid before the- committee.. �- -''Yours,truly, -"� ' >*(Sgd.) Uagnavald Moe, Sec." The Budget also publishes letters from the Bishop of London, the Bishop of. Lincoln, llord \Veardale, M^P., Israel Jiang will; the tpril. Mayor of Dublin, the Lord Provost -of CHas-jgow and other eminent men favoring the project. ly forty knots an hour and reached the fleet at Weymouth in ample time to join the first squadron. I-Iis all night journey of 300 mi|us. by train, auto and warship to re>:ord; a Home Rule vote must incidentally have cost nionay to hundreds of l/n-. iohists. The second reading of the Home Rule: Bill was carried by 101 -votes. That odd vote cast by'Mr,-Churchill n?ean\, a difference betw'een. winning and losing countless bets in. ARRESTED STREET CAR.. MEN Chicago, 111., May 11.-Eight street car conductors were arrested .today' Parliament clubs, and other circles,, after they had destroyed two bundles that the second reading majority, of newspapers delivered to news boys j would not exceed one hundred. have given it .up.as an impossible job. A> last,experiment is to'>be- made, however;-.on the present site by1 sinking, casing'; a 'little distance, away from the hole, and sliarting a -!'hew one. The company have offered' to sink the casing as far as the bed rock, without charge for drilling tliat far. This-.: experiment will take four or,:-fiVe: days to complete. If it is Men at Piiieher Creek are Charged with Stealing from Lebel & Co. Pincher Creek, May 10.-The most sensat:onaJ[,,p.o4ice-eo\�rt-' Case for some time herolwas,.-that...ielditoday wlien a young man by the - name of Vroom was committ'euto stand his trial for theft of grain ^from, the warehouse of Libel � Co. The-case was tried before Inspector Belcher and Magistrate Martin. .The-accused,;:w1)o was in the employ-of- T. Libel & Co., was charged wjth the theft of two hundred sacks of grain from the. firm, the grain... being shipped to Brocket. From the fact that another man was suspected of-' being in , collusion with Vroom; and that-two others against whom no charge is made, have skipped out, the suspicion is ' growing that several were interested in a. sharp practice of stealing Trom the firm of T. Libel & Co. The other sus-p�ted man, Cyr, was apprehended on the charge of stealing a ear of hay from the Alberta ITay Growers' Co., and is atpreseiit out on bail. Jack Eddy is also out on bail on a charge of receiving stolen property. The property is that in connection With the ttfsathtadtciy, an enuiely new hole j casesi a^�^'Yr?om '"|idr,JG/t- T^ A. R. & L Grant ilall Confirms Announcement Made Yestei> day--Was Greatly Pleased with Trip over the Sys^ tern and Regards .South Country ax Exceptionally Rich in Possibilities-Plans for Lethbridge.  "That is one of the finest stretches of country I ever saw," said Grant Hall, assistant to Vice-President Huiy, to the Herald this morning just after his train returned from a lour of the A. "R. & I. lines, y After Mr. Hall's car reached Lethbridge'on the westbound local ycsier-ilay afternoon,, a special train ot thtec cars was made up, and thc^ .wiole party "consisting of Mr. Hall, Chief Engineer Sullivan, Winnipeg, S. N. Brooks, engineer of the Calgary district, Mr. St.'John, Winnipeg, General Superintendent Void. of. the Dominion ..Express, .Co., and about ten , others were taken over the A. R. & 1. lines visiting both Cardston and Coutts. Tl:e whole line was: gone over carefully, not only for the purpose of ascertaining the condition of: the road, but also to. learn the general state of afiairs along the line from a commercial standpoint. To say that they %yere all delight* cd with the stretch of country which they saw, the general air of prosperity as they travelled through the older towns along the western branch, and the rapid development the Stirling-Coutts branch is putting it-'mildly, and the whole party was of the opinion that in taking ovtr the A. R. & I. lines the company had added a very productive link to th'j system. �The..--amount- of passenger traffic ever the line was another thin;; vhi'.:h Mr. Hall commented upon very fav- orably. As the parij- stood talking on the depot platform the train, from con- for the heavy Ira flic which is tinually growing.  - However, little is likely to be done this summer except to put the t>ack in good shape to handle the season's crop in the fall. The fact that nearly three million bushels has been shipped off the line during the past ,, , , ,. , . .i season, and the evidences of a bigger ^!^l'P!!l!!d m'.*l,?;1.a!S:'!^T:,ii acreage than ever being under crop will'be-started. The company, as will as the town, are both to leave the old site if bv anv possible means the hole can bo completed. In, case a new hole is started the company: arc to,get $3.50 per foot for00, $6.00 for the. next 500, $7.00 for the next 500, $8.50 for the next 500, and $0,50 for anything after thai. There is a good quantity of mineral water still being forced up by the gas in the old hole, and this is to be controlled jn som'e way cases against1 Cyr and Eddy will come up for .hearing next Wednesday. Mr. Kemmis conducted the prosecution aud~Mr.,. McUillivray, of Calgary, the defence. GERMAN COMPANY MAKES COMPLAINT CONSTRUCTION OF IMMENSE -LINERS INVOLVES TOO GREAT OUTLAY OF CAPITAL /� , 'Berlin, May It.-Besides the . marine insurers, there are others who question the big ship policy of the trans-Atlantic steamship, .company, and Stettiner, of the.-, Vulcan 'firni^, which is building the forty thousand ton "Imperator" on the Elbe for the Hamburg-American line, is somewhat uneasy over the hugh cost involved in the construction of gigantic modern steamers. In their report just issued; attention is drawn to the-expenditure of capital which the acceptance pf such contracts render necessary, olftaj;--ly owing to the improvement j�P%ei^; tension of the shipyards. ' , '* The concern; in question paid" a dividend ot 11 per cent in 19U�biit the directors ^oint out that Jth'e 1 result was hot due a surplus realized and ,the foresight shown- in- previous years. , '- This report throws an interesting light upon the conditions' o* the industry, and also shows that t^e Fatherland does not yet possess great facilities for the construction of mam-moth liners. In fact, it is specifically stated that a continuance of the present policy can lead dnly to disaster.'* Magrath, May 10.-At the r^igUlW semi-monthly meeting ol the Magrathi , Board of Trade, held in the Town Hall, last evening, the secretary was inV : structed, among other things, to .-: municite with J. M. Cameron, of the,'. C. P. R. offices, Medicine Hat, Witlrn, : view to seurlng the assistance and cd-. � operation of the company in planting , a flower bed and a grove of sha lo � trees around the depot here, it b�t3g \ jff/? j Turner expresnf.d their, great deshfev for another road, and if thereswaS'any *� * possibility of Magrath getting a Jiliie, / ' it waB the duty of the Board to" get. busy. The president laid particular.: stress on the fact that with, the op- , ening up of the vaat ranching tracts'.  to -the soutb of town, which .;he: Was  led to believe1 were under - comsid^f*+i'v> tion at t^e present time,' owing to thejC inrush �o^in^jp\8el!tlers, rodd t^ppiBK'' sectic 'i? m that section would be a necessity ani((C the companies .would soon pen}elvjB> -v the rich reward to be gained %y put-to sliip bMilaina im&jr*** Sv""e .^�e fi- Tts&*SW r�te* ' "' & liae from thejboundary to rLecl^'-: , s * bridge, and on to^the n�ucl that'the largo number of Liberals made their presence felt, and cheered their candidate to the echo.,- This caused the ind cheer and coun- NEW ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH WHI-CH IS TO BE BUILT THIS YEAR I le>' t:1,om" were lhe (Continued on page 8.) V' y&^a.;;: ;