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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta I! Volume V. Tollbridge. Alberta. tucMliiy, May 21, J1U2 Number 137 MR.CHURCHILL ENTEpDA Drought Jhc.j Publisher of Magazine to Ills r CJiJiracLerislfi p Forceful- uess ol Bfillliaul Lord ol Admliralty London, '3lny.2J.-J MVinslon Church- Ill, now First Lord tf the Admiralty, has at last taken sLcpa to kill the persistent nimoj r lhat he broke his parole fin a prisoners o[ the Hoers je South African MiiRais fine Cor .February last. published su.tirl7.Ing the jiicmbers of the soil eminent. The verses en titled Lost. Letter of 'Ancii-nt llonic." TJip ministers were not mentioned bt'.I tame, hut under ;i transparent disguiso) Clmrchill became his'exi ftoits were thus ro- 3Ibre fonrl of wafi'like words than. When.captured bylour African foes, he 'homeward stole, broke jbis.priBpn and parole. IBnhold him jusrf, fibm sohool released the .East, LProm (lisciplnij: he seeks relief In mutiny', chiefs. brought li lilwl action against. .and publish- ers ;olT who. explained they ware IHaLVhc poem con-' Dallied- imputation Churchill, lhat IL would never hnve hecn piitilished if ha-yas then their Intention to no sub-contractsi Rumors thai the C. P. R, would let still more' of tho grading- contract were-Hying (ov a time in the eauly aprlng1, bui were hot generally acci'ed- Iteri. Then it was learned that the company had decided lo grade nn-d lay steel, on llic first fifty miles of the lino this summer. Rush Is Significant The significant feature the com- pany's traiisQC lions, however, was that orders given to riiah the work. 'then, instead of holding the whole [conl-racl, as they had at first _ sub-lut certJiin result lhat there arc now five-different-contractors' outfits at work on the tirstjlnart or.ihe line put of All; have orders to -the work, r' Steel and ties .are! expected to ar- rive any day. It was thought they would have been bnj the ground last week. A" gun g is ready to come south io.stairt. on that part of and'are-simply awaiting orders lo .The lateEh runidfjsj that sixty miles more of the line, wiy ;he graded this year. Although confirma- tion of thia.rumor liks be-en given so ig ever.vv Reason to believe _thai-it- ir e" in connci action fifty miles belief. There ;is arid'.that is thnt this linVlraVcrscs the C. P.-Il tract south -of gation- ditch, reports., from the con- tractors., on thc'''hig contract being that the reservoir in Chin Coulee will he completed by the middle of the usmmer. The attitude of the C. P. land department, with -regard to .their lands in Southern Alberla, and Llrelr intcnLion to begin active colonization next spring, bears out all the rumors, and thore is. every reason to believe that they are founded in-fact. P.'R. Are Far.Sighted line NEW CASE IN BANK CIRCLES canditlatc or -his repreacnln- tivo are invited lo use a portion -of the 'time. 4 MURDERED, IN TRIUMPH'S HOUR y- Tclicran, May Biron ilie a of Germapj ut London Kill receho A salary, of per which ts a higher salary than ia'pMd ib'rihe Gerntnir governiment to; any 'one '.pill- bido ol the compensation which the Kaiser receives Speculations as to hois' wcic no j remaiiv in London are ulreadj on In the KILLED IN POWER HOUSE Sniilh's Fnlla, Otit.. Jlny ard llickfl, who wag hurled a round tho shafting in emotion and times be- ing, on the-point of i hicakdown WINNIPlEG'S POP PER ASSESSOR GATEWAY CITY NOW 553 PEOPLE WITHIN ITS GATES Winnipeg, May flWThc population of Winnipeg on Iin 1 1912 lo LliL just compiled J Unins assessor. Mr. has.jnsl com- pk'icd Llic anniinl assessment rolls in ilic comiiiline of which the men of his cIcparLmenl also take a carcTul c-pnsi's o[ tin; popnlalion fasL Hie return showed ci.casc i.v ilip-rclpie 1' n Inch is slislilly less than the .increasc'.diiri.ng .l-nIO, !iui is conbidfiabU o n. average increase reported for nr.v- j eraI vcnrs, new vho ft acimittedh the was sent .to London only as inary .to being named as. Imperial- Chancellor In Von Bethniahiv Ilolwclff, who, his frian-ds say, i3..aiiy- lous. Lo Uv down, the burden the continued assaults o7, all polltlca.1. parties and the pi ess TJpon.Chancellor von nelga head htjve been heaped all the political miseries of 'Germany.-, f Ittfi' Inst foiir years. Baron enheim, the German >mlniBter al Ath- ens, .who has been railed to the of ambassador, aiitt is stanUnople as Baron von BiebersUln'B succcaBor, was formerly .IptttffB man and councillor of- the Embassy in 18S6. "He', was.married-.to a daughter .Churleg German-American, at WIB, divorced in .1837, after a dueli.vlth Count WiUdemar- von Gyllenbflnd, uho duoicefl his isl'e a months latei-. Bnron von then married the .Baronets Johthnt- Voh: Spitzcuberg. COCHRANE IS AMBITIOUS TOWN BOYCOTT THE New York. May UNION LABEL N'flLloilttl the queens inccnlind. The v In the] .Ma mi far, tu fora' Association, represent- ins all the grenl faclones In the TJn lied Stales, have decidcii to'boycott nil prlnl-iug offices union j Inhcl. rial organ declares thai America, is offering to Ihe world a spectacle KO Hi ill JIH like would he sought In vain in Ihn political history of any country. The Gazette fears that, bad us the Kilkenny cat fight, between the rival presidential aspirants already is, the world IB likely lo he Lrcntod to a still more disgusting exhibition bc-'orc Ilia Republican convention assembles. II Is declared lo be ol Vmeri EASY FOR STEWART Edmonton, alny A. Sif- ton will spenlt (o the electors (hlg ev- qtiiiiK i" Thualrc. The pro- vinciiil lias been a In me nffulr ho Hon. Chnriea Stewart will havo an pasy vlclory, accordlntt lo ipiitiiirnuc.es flL proeenl. worknlcn. STRUCK BY 'LIGHTNING. Braulford. May '21. Lightning struck the main building of crs' hinder twine compnuy's plant shortly before seven o'clock, here, This evening, aiyi In a Jcsv minutes building .md machinery were In nilns from the fire which resulted. Two fircmeii .were baOly In- jured. SUPERINTENDENT Keglnn, May RAILWAY Bgan, of To- ronto, haa been appolnjed.superintend- ent of the Hegioa Municipal Hallway, WILL COME TO; CONGRCSt WITH EXHIBIT WHICH WlLL WIN HONORS C'ochca.nc- M'ill .enler.-in exhihit class... kl :-.lhc .International. I jrnung I xposiLion next Oclo rci and is .ihr.lih nrrangiog for the colic lion of a MTV laige gcneial dis- jilay of farm pro'ducls from -that dis tricl. Alherli Auckland, sccrciafv: trrasuicr of the I ndc ulcs to the chairman Jxpoii'lion ComniiLtce I McNuj- ol "Wo arc determined to clear the boards and come on I with. intarna: t'onal honors. J. .Cook, who toe two years in succession has won .the, district exhibits .for Cochranc at-' tin Calfi'aty Exposition, will charge, i ol ilic MtSS CROKER ONCE MORC N'ew Vork, May Jiiry1 Supreme Court here .today, verdict In favor Ethel llroftii dftuyhler of Rifhurd In her anK for divorca JobH J Uronn hci ;