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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TEN PAGES Letkbridge, Alberta. Friday, August 1, 1913 PRICE-FIVE CENT8 Number 190 M KILL WILL COME HERE WHEN OE CERTAIN If A \ jI a. Chicago Bdinkex Visits City and May Sell Debentures U.S. CITIES SUFFER Are Just as. Hard up for Money as Those in Canada VETERAN ADMIRAL DEAD (London, Aug. 1.-^Admiral Henry R-uahwood Wratlslaw, C.B, aged 81, died today at his residence, Blngly, Relgftte. He served against the In-4ians in Vanoouver iHland in 1S53; the Baltic, in 1854-55; the Indian Mutiny, 1857-58, and retired In 18S1. QUIT illl OR LEAVE THE 0 -� * Vancouver, Aug. 1.-Vancou- > ? ? ? ? ? ? > > ? : ? > ? � ver'b street railwayman's union has passed a resolution ordering that all members of the mllltla among its members' must either quit the mllltla ot leave the union. Twenty members of the Highlanders' regiment here are street railway men. BREACH OF PROMISE CASE SETTLED BYNANTON MAN "Wwitern Otaiadlaa munlclpaUtles *ro ^no WOIN* oit than those of the United atfttefl, only thaii in the States they've tiult horrowln.g, that's all." Six per cent interest loolta good, and the InVestoifB MO holding out for it. I think tae tlnj� -will come when money win be as to sooiit around, giving him a list p; seouritleB on the market. Leth-bfldge was the second place on his list. He came here, met the council, and learned what they wanted for ' their 1363,500 issue of 30-yoar 5 per cents. He la wiring-the price to Chicago, hut is not sanguine that the ibank will go that dlstanoe. If thes iad' been sI.k per cent, bonds he probably would have more hope. At I l^taa't h^i-sald so, Tlflht Aoi�88 the LlM, Too Mpiiey Is-just as t}ght-ln the States as it ;i| in. Cftnada. Bjiit.syi'eateni Can- ,,j*Sp;jJ|iili?i5]^lUlciB � are borifowlng �i(too to"Mr. King. He dijes iiot ,belT6ve they sSoiiid I'o'kda, to'borrow more thaii 5 per cent of" their .assessed valuation. H�re �^they can borrow up to 20 per cent. 'When a olty's toondeid indebtedness Is more than 1200 per capita, bond houses coMldar well before buying. Mr. Kin^ says he haa been In the business for fifteen years, and has seen hun, dreds of towns and cities la the making so hip opinion is baaed on ex- . perlence. Built for Five Years � Le*hlbrldae is buHt for a city of 25,-000, he said. If that population is reached in five-year*; the city.will be In an enviable position. He advises tiiat not a cent be. borrowed that is not abaolutaly necessary until that population la readied. �uyere of Qur Soheel Bends Nuveen & Co., ara not unacquainted with LethbrtA^e. lASt year they pur. ohaaed |136,006 "worth of aoaool boads from the public ffchool board. The imoney from these bonds went to build the ChtlbFaith and Manual 'Frain-Ing KThools, Free Co�1 avre' Speaking of the Willson tariff amend mei^ts now being oonaidered in "Wash-lugton; Afr. King says thft there is no doubt a^eut them going into force. Canada will see th,e duty removed ;-from bituminous coalB. He s�ys that will mean'a great thing to liMhbrldge. for there are thouafuida of people along the border tttateB' who are now paying hleh for an lnf�?Ior coal. "Watch for Jim HilJ to send a torancl^ up to bethbridge to these mines when free ooc^l is on.the list. [He is the greatest railroader the Tvorld has ever seenf for building up � a freight business. His business out of Fffraie right none is enormous." Mr. King will lijiolir return to Kan-eae City without vielting any more of the points on Ills list. Calgary, Aug. 1.-One of the most famous cases over tried in an Alberta court of law, has roach-a final settlement. This is the Collard-Armstrong breach Of pro-miso action, which was the first case of that nature ever tried In Calgary. It has been settled on a basis of $3000 and costs. The plaintiff in the case was Miss Anna Louise Collard, a school teacher, and Martin J. Armstrong, a wealthy rancher of Nan-ton, was the defendant. BUGLER LEO FLAG NDER FEET AT SASKAIOON He Was Discharged From Regiment and Then Entire Bugle Band Threatened to Quit-Officers Relented Later-Wild Time on Streets During Evening Demanded That Immediate Afctioh Should be Taken OR THEY WILL ACT Law and Order Must be Brought About in the Republic EN LANDLORD IS GENERALLY BLAMED FOR PREVALANCE OF IHE WEED M -o NEGRO TUiED C WOULDN'T TAKE A BITE AND SCORNED AT SUGGESTION OF WATERMELON Saskatoon, Aug. 1.-The Saskatoon militia arc in a ferment this morning over a flag incident which graced the parade of the 105th Fusileers last night, and the general attitude around the armories today is that bt waltlng'jfdr something to drop. "When the parade was passing down Second a-venuo, the main thoroughfare of the city, a young r^irl in a passing auto-inpbile wayed ^an. Anjetican flag in., front one of'the,, o! the bugle band of �fclio regiment. The man brbkeVianks .and snatching the flag broke the staff in two and trampled it under his feet. The majority of the regiment pass--ed over it. The young man was instantly taken from the ranks and at the conclusion of tlie parade was court martialled, and discharged from the regiment.' The rest of' ibhe members of the bugle band, the .'majority of whom are" young nieii,'w'ere: waiting outside the!armories, a^d'as soon as they heard the decision, they went inside and told one of the officers that they were handing in their Clothes that, night and would resign permanently from the regiment if this decision was allowed to stand. They stated that.the flag was waved right in the face of' the bugler in question. The officers of the regiment held, a consultation and the man" was ,l,ate_i: reinstated. , , " " Owing to the!" fact that the bugle band are to taktf a prominent part in the big parade in honor of the six hundred delegates of the real estate, board today, the offlcerk, it is said, decided thai; they were forced to inr stai. The second decision was the signal for a jurgoistic orgy which lasted until late. Members of the regiment: in, uniform marched fhtoug^ the. streets; near the armoi:ies;Vit]^Ja Union - Jack iii-their ihandr!^ Binjging God :Save. the King' Britinuia;.": ;and '^'Rule Washington; ^August 1.-Complete !' and authoritative details as to the j protest of the foreign powers ! against the inactivity of the United i States in protecting foreign subjects in Mexico and as to the reason for the recent summoning of Ambassador Wilson from Mexico City were obtained today. Extreme reticence has been observed at the.WJtete House and the state! department,;^; ,to the nature and, scope of foreign pressure on this gov-ernmeiijt in'ffifecelation to Mexico. All that has i>e�^ubUcly known is that representatld^^ of ':;, (Continued on page 8)." �".>iU-f^ 5 ?927 ;