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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume V. Lcfhbridgc, Alberta. Friday, September Number 245 BUSY WORKING OUT ELABORATE DESIGN 0- Alreaciy Men are Busy Preparing Space for Congress Exhibits The Canadian government is busy. The Alberta.government is busy. The Saskatchewan government is Jjusy. Likewise the British Columbia gov- triuiHiiit. 'They are nil'busy .with their pre- parations for their exhibits for the v N. T. R. LINK COMPLETED ANOTHER SPECTRE ARISES Ottawa, Sept. Leonard, chairman of tho Na- lional Transcontinental Com-' mission, received word from tho contractors who 'were up the line between Winnipeg aud Cochrane, that tho last section will be completed by November l. This means that after tho first of November 'the National Transcontinental will be avatl- f able for carrying wheat from Dry Fanning Congress. The exposi-j... luo WegL tiou doss not open until OcU 13th, but HO important do they consider it' .lhat they have already started 1he displays in their places, and this j fact alone is sufUcient proof that the I Fanning Congress exposition is lo lie the greatest affair of its kind an the history of the Dominion. The Alberta government yesterday liugun preparations for its exhibit. K. L. Richardson, (if Calgary, arrived in ihe afternoon- and visited tho exhibi- tion building during the day to get the plan of the space allotted so that work could he begun in putting the exhibit in place without delay. He returned to Calgary today, but the exhibit _ will be shipped in a short, time, and will be in place long be- fore the congress opens its doors. "The Alberta said Mr. Richardson, "will te one of the finest ever put out by the department. It is ail prepared and will he similar in many ways to the Alberta exhibit at Toronto. It is enough to say that it j .will be even better than, the exhibits which havo carried off the premiums at the congresses of 1010 and ifllt." And as there is such ;i bustling about, the fair grounds, it might stated that the city of Cranbrook is share to add to the busy scene. Harold Darling, secretary- treasurer' of ,lho Farmers' Lumber Co., arrived in tho city this morning prepared to make, preparations for tha building of the Cranbrook and dis trict palace. This building will hAVED STREETS ARE NOT BET- TER THAN THE GOOD GUMBO LANES vould fin.ghed even balance Qn bQLh sideg Qf the ]ed_ ger Howovcr> the of the streO{ was presided over by Samuel Clir system during the last two days Smith. In addition to the candidate j of the exhibition had a somewhat de .he principal speaker was Hon. Frank i pressing effect on the attendance, Oliver, who said that the Liberal which might otherwise have been suf- aarly had staked its all on the reci- fir-lent t0 have wiped out the deficit rocity issue and had no intention ut which now stares the beard in the deserting what they believed to oticc before leaving the Toronto Chief Danby, of.'Prince Albert, "ill not accept the position as, when commissioners heard he was linking of coning; to Lethbridge, icy boosted his salary. Chief Both- ick, of Collingwood, is also climin- tcd, having been appointed as chic! at Moose Jaw. for her. She boarded a train and went to a town outside Chicago SIR RICHARD IS LAID AT REST where she purchased a ticket for St. Great Honor Paid to De- Louis. She walked with the aid of a believed for the best of the country. Mr. Richardson, who was well face. "Oh, dear! I thought these streets were said a. well-known Leib- ihridge matron this morning, as she put forth a. dainty foot, encased in a dainty shoe, which had lost its dainti- ness through the coat of mud which iiad covered it in walking across Fifth street. She bad come down town in the car to do some shopping, and had been given a mud recaption whuu slie Klepped off on Fifth street. It was a dainty rebuke Cor the street, cleaning- department main business streets of iho city are certainly not clean, although they are paved Besides being water-! ihe rdation- ed until tho mud brought ou by J and other vehicles is worked i-anaJa with the states. "One thing 'we are pleased re_ said President Adams, "is that the ag- ricultural part of the fair paid for it- self. Although we paid out more in premiums than last year, and had I much better exhibition in this regai j the receipts Balanced the expendf- tures. It was in the dog show and the at- tractions, however, that w-e fell short. The dog show uetied us a deficit of approximately SHOO, while the balance the election, lie would go even fur- was lost on the racing prc-sramme. We have all the various department -ex- penses itemized, and will now know where to trim the expenses, so that next year we may break even." (Continued on page ceived, said that while "he had had in the past, issues with the Liberal party on other questions, he was now j back in the fold when bu found that the party hail adopted a policy for he Iiad at all times been a strong supporter. Me would fight for the cause of reciprocity to the end and that was the onlv real issue in tlicr in the struggle for free trade, but he was willing to take the ini- tial measure which the Liberal party had in view. He had noi-mng ever to regret of in his political career he now was, be felt, fighting for the cause xvhich was of the greatest! TT AWf? importance to the west and especial-! A 1 -0- V LJ Iy the constituency of Macdonaid. A conservative meeting was held at! BERNARD SHAW WOMAN HATER MODERN DEVELOPMENTS MAK- ING HIM AFRAID OF HIS OWN WIFE St. Eustanccs at which the speakers were Arthur Meiglien, M. r., j Ilenanl, M. P. p., and the candidate, j Morrison. All devote.1 their attention j to tiie reciprocity question and re- peated the old arguments of the con- MILK RIVER MINE nice state of stickiness, there seems to be no effort made to clean off at least the worst of the filth at night. The business men are wrathy over This seeming and will con-rinuo to kick until something is done to remedy the conditions. The street cleaning department does not seem to be much to 'blame, it Is not provided with the proper facilities for cleaning off the large amount of paving in Iho business section, and it looks, as if the only rometly would bo the purchase of a street sweeper, sim- ilar to that need in other large cities for keeping the paved streets in good condition. Milk River is to have a coal mine, which will rank with many of the smaller mines in Southern Alberta. A party of Spokane gentlemen have purchased from O. T. Lathrop, the mine situated close to Milk River, paying therefor a consideration of 1 .im going in remain till last vote is polled. We are prepared to The Spokane company will take pos meet all comers, believing as Wo do j session of the property on January 1 that a strong victory is due to the! next, it is to be developed so that it Hon' t says lias arrived m "Yes, sir, I i Am Iiero to assist in the contest and Borden government for what i; has accomplished, ;md what, it is prepared to dn for Ihe LONDON, ONT., NEW CITY HALL London, Out., Sept. City Council has decided to buy the Spen- cer property nt the corner of pnndas and Wellington streets as a site [or tho new city hall, paying will supply the whole of the Milk Riv- er district. At present it is being mined from a drift In the bank of the river. It is understood that the com- pany will build a tipple and mine from a shaft, the company considering that there Is enough coal in the fici. to warrant this expenditure. The pre- sent management of the mine will be retained. London, Sept. Bernard Shaw, stirred, by the "revolt of my own unfortunate addressed a meeting last night, to demand the re- lease of a schoolmaster, committed to jail on account of his inability to pay his wife's income tax. Mr. Shaw, with tho flowing, related a per- sonal He said: "When 1 wag married, I recommend- ed my 'wife to have her own bank ac- count. Then I did not know her in- come, so that when nn official called and demanded that I pay her tax, I said: 'The lady will not tell her in- come, so how can I pay "The end of it was a special act, enabling her to toll her own income. I don't know the formal title, but un- officially it is known as the, St. Ber- nard Shaw relief act, but, no man is safe, from the unfortunate premier down. 1 never see my wife without thinking she is devising some scheme to throw me into jail." Kingston, Out., Sept. crutch, according to the four dctec-i parted Statesman-Body tives who rode in the same car with j her to tho Missouri metropolis. Rests at Catai'aqili arrival there she met her supposed' sweetheart within a few minutes, on the street. In their anxiety to pre- vent the man from escaping again the detectives are said to have closed in mains of the late Sir Richard Cart- about him, paying no attention to wright were this afternoon laid at the woman, who threw away her rest in the family plot, crutch and ran through an alley, mak- i The funeral cortege was a very ing her escape. large one. At o'clock the re- Her baggage is said to have been mains were taken from the deceased's searched and many newspaper clip- late home, "The to St. r pings relating to the escape of the George's cathedral. The chief to in England ban-, robbers together with a revolver, ers were the four sons, Dr. R. C. were found among her possessions. Cartwright, of Napanee A. D. Cart- Local Chief in Ignorance of Fiank tartwriffht, of Winnipeg, and llcnrv Louis, Mo., Kept. 27.-Whcn Cartwrighti of Toronlo. Tlie 1 Ottawa, Sept. a fitting.cIU max to an eminently successful con- vention, ihe Canadian Manufacturers' convention held a-banquet tonlghtj at the Chateau Laurier, at which .eight hundred were among guests being: Premier Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Hon. J. D. Hazen, Hon. J, D. Reid, Hon. J. C. Dbhertj-, Hon. A. E. Kemp, John Kirby, jr., pro-. sident of the American Association'.of Manufacturers. r The 'hew president, R. S. Gourlay, occupied the chair, and acted as toast- master for the one toast, which was to the King. H j None of the speeches were The Premier paid some sincere com- pliraents to the American, to the- American and: In: a splendid all Canadians not to forget the importance of. pro- moting the idealg of nationhood and character. Sir Wilfrid Laurier made some hu. morons references to the tariff Ques- tion and spoke in an appreciative way of the -growth of Ihe Canadian indus- tries. .Hon. Mr. Hazen advised the manu- facturers to establish a Canadian Lloyd's, and said that tho government would do all that it possibly could to get better marine insurance rates for vessels on. the St. Lawrence; After dealing with facts and figures showing the growth of Canada in the'. last few years, Mr. White appealed to the Canadian manufacturers to recog- nize Ihe importance of higher educa- tion. The toast of "The King" was re- sponded to in the usual way, by the singing of the National Anthem. -welcoming Premier Borden, Sir "Wilfrid Laurier, the cabinet ministers and other prominent guests, President Gourlay said 'that as "an the members of the. Canadian Mariif-, facturers' Association cared party was in power, so long.as the nation's ideals Were upheld and pro- pagated. Speaking of the Canadian Manufacturers' Association, -Mr. Gour- lay said the association has now reached the age of maturity. He urg- ed the encouragement of supporting aome industry. 'God forbid that any shoddy pro- ducts be made in he- said. "It is the duty of every Canad- ian to give the right-of-way to Can- adian products." Mr. Gourlay advocated entering the narkets of the world, paying atten- tion to the worth of manufacturing concerns. The Premier Mr. Borden first extended congrat- illations to the new president of the association. He paid humorous refer- RED HAT FOR BRUCHESI N'ew York, Sept. correspondent of the Tribune sends tho following cable from Home: ''Tho report circulated in America that Archbishop Paul Hnicnesi. of Montreal, Is to he made a cardinal .K the next consistory, has some foundn- tion in fact. The Popn promis- ed him the red hat after the Kucharistic uongross in -Mon- treal, but was compelled to de- lay his promotion at ears as private secretary to the de- parted statesman. As the funeral parly reached the cathedral and walked up the aisles, Chopin's funeral march was played. The remains were met by the Dean of Ontario, (he Hev. K, T. Bidwcll and the ROY. O. Dohbs, of Brockville, cousin of the deceased, jointly CHRISTIAN WAS AGAIN REMANDED PAT EGAN WON'T BE ABLE TO APPEAR FOR ANOTHER WEEK Without a woTd from the prisoner, Richard Christian, charged with shoot- Ing with intent to hill Tat Egan, form- er city detective, was acain remanded until next Friday. Egan is still in tho conducted-a full choral service. The j hospital, ftut it is expected that he Winnipeg, Sept, Free Press has an Ottawa despatch this morning, which says: 'The first break in the National- Conservative cabinet of Premier Bor- den will come in the near future with the retirement of Hon. F. D. Monk, the 1 Nationalist leader in the coalition of last September. It is definitely set- tled that Mr. Monk Is to abandon the irksome portfolio of Public Works with which Ire has been burdened for the past eleven months, and will glad- ly accept a position on the Quebec Bench, in succession to Mr, Justice Routhier, who retires on superannua- tion next December. Later on, when consistory owing to the prior claims of American candidates. the vacancy occurrs, Mr. Monk will either go to the Supreme Court bench here, or eltf become Chief Justice of Quebec." hymns, "Xow the laborer's task is i will be able to take the witness box j o'er" and "Lead Kindly Light" were! when the preliminary trial opens ou I sung, and the "Dead March in Saul" j Friday morning next. was rendered on the organ while the! body was being removed from the ca- ihedral. At the grave Mr.' TiobVs' conducted iho committal services.-1 Among tlu- prominent men present were, Senators Louirheed and J affray and the lion. Thas. Murphy. The Dominion government was rep- resented by Senator Loughced. The floral tributes included a pillow from His Majesty ilie Kiiij; and the' privy council, a wreath from the 1 Several more of Christian's friends Canadian senate, wreath from tiie I werc present, and one of them created commandant of Canadian school o( a aenBailon Ijy telljne a polios of- ncer that Christian did not known inuskotry and a great many others what was (he 8h A drizzling ram was falling as (lie I ,ook lhonght ttM priB. corli-RC passed lo and [torn the onor ought to plead giilltr. He made lhpilr.ll, and all those following the nn offor. to Rct the accused man to Christian wore a nonchalant air while he was in the deck this morning: and took his further remand without the flicker of an eye-lash. He was transferred from the .Mounted Police guard room to the city cells early this morning, and while ttere was called Vlion by Green and "Billy" Doyle, who were with him when the shooting oc- curred. Ho talked freely with -these men, although an officer was pre- sent all the lime as special guard. hearse rode in en mates, ard's body was interred Sir Kirh- ne.ir the change his mind, and talce this course bur other friends intervened, and the grave of his father, in the northwest] preliminary will Lave to bo proceed- section ol i cemetery. 'i prt'iui J erf ith. ;