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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Aogwt S. .1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page! Fill Mad Xmai to EUROPE Line MONTlitAL'TO LIVERPOOL LAUHENTIC Largest U. stEOANTIC __. From OM Claas TEUTONIC, CANADA, A.RAWC from Boetoa, Kcir Turk, Philadelphia to Liverpool, PIT- ..Dover, Cherbottrt ud Mediterranean ports., :v Salllnc HsU Mi and full information on aj- or. -.W.' M. McLEOD, C.W.P.A. Winnipeg FWOKISI mm PROGRAMME TOR OR THE FOSCM OF THS CHWEM REPUBLIC. AM ATTACK Ansoy, China, Auj. J.-Tbe city ol Kv Chow must rescind lis recent re- solution to secede' fcbnv public within ten" days 01 an' army from Pekioj will-invade the province ;ol Fo Kiea: XaBre.repoits today de- 'claro that-Provisioeul-President Yu- 1 an Shi Kai hat an to U A serious ilttiaUosr. has been about by the con Moniolan Fbrnosans. -_ RV; JT AT ,'q U R.- EXPeNiWE '_ la- m aak you "a trial.' have to TUk'ant cir'erytblnc 10 Eain tot will ,W'- returned' If a .trial joi fail 'to let OBBIKE. tint the awl J-arse ,-.lh nterlere'd-'yesterJiy' aVrest'oi the leader'ot tie" Tuajians.. rbejribesmca in, 'retallatioB --.took soine -'soldiers prisoners; and .'declare Hold them as foe the sateVy'ot their, leader. A.Jajaa- eto warship Is'-ljing off ed district. J: IjV .Wu; Official Outline of Proceedings' for the Big Irrigation 'Gathering .The official, program for the Sev- eith annual .convention of tbe West- era'Canada Irrigation associatioa .is- sued from the Herald presses today, that frons'tbs i-.-wi-.r, list o! speakers who iare coming interested in firm. ng and'irrigation w'ill enjoy, a trei1 in listening to men conversant .wit! try the i Ub.e .to r'oMSIKB ttiamerA. ft a can be (iTen in feme wittbot jnbUoUy. or losrot _ frod DOTlSw-r rOBAUTB to irepand la. two KoM triiatm'ebt, a powder; OK- .ToJuntirj ..treat- -Ootti ttM a soi. i mattir'with ns.- Drue' Bton, UA, torli- which 'are Initbe hands' of tie were' bombafied .at daybreiii the waiships commanded Admiral Tstnj, bat damage. was -i opened fire, at a range" of flre sad- -.'After i' sultbiy, BWhanje of. shots. lastir. bo'tur the jrithdr'eTrs-: be an-i a v-i HENIHOF The meteorological observations lor July, as furnished, by E. E. Eiseu- haue'r, observer, are as lollows days _ 8 Lowest temperature during the _ precipitation for month Precipitation irom January 1, to date Precipitation ttuia January 1, 1912 ID. 1.29 9.73 8.31 Highest.' temperature s rhonti month 38 0 Meam temperature for month 61.89 Hrs. Total hours bright sunshine ...315.0 Largest amount ol bright sun- shine In ose day 15 2_ Average amount of bright sun- shine each day" H is interesting to note that bright sunshine was recorded every, day since .May 10( 1913, even though 7.37 iach- duing jes o! rain fell from that time 'to 89.2 idate. N01FM VI I t." II 6i and" o thers interested in I in '.V Vf-.rbrj take will Hon. ONLY' OF u. M. .W. OF''A. FAR AiiNb'UNCBD k orchestr. be deliv, toij, pre r. Mayor1 l.si welcome, voice t! trade: .-M' r Xor'triir. i. view of a i Mi i r 1 i "if. n- f '..r i a V 'i r.l -r. M: and, Hon. W. R.' KouViire downier inr but it is knovin that Mr; ARTHUR (TEWART OF WINNIPEG, MILLIONAIRE, DIES HAND nun of ll.m i ,t prominent adi, founder 1 -.mpany Ltd. Jlrector ani 'ii-'.ution, was .his morning bullet hole I 1 .32 calibre 'a.' complaining i arl ..J and worry n1.: ginary ffnaa a; :-'e oisly causa 'jil 'if. V :'-r taking.hi deal' ..a.- >ai of :Ul b f a1. a .j-'S Mf-; i-.-. dirsctor at "the Chief --Feraie, ......r the U.'il. W-- of held .on i riaruy. and his nien .will July r.'... i'r'fi'if-' .1 I... !r.r_ii'v, if; Graham; .-.r" i n1. i mm n m fountain Cabin Was Robbed (Coatlnued (com Iront As there Were no more Jogs. to st he mill, which located at the upper nd of the lakes on the Canadian tide, e, useless and alEO .shut .own.-' The closlnj came unexpectedly, and he lane quantity of supplies that had been, deposited. tt 'the camps on the American Vere left in tie cabin, rith a tbit they would not have .o b'e' removed, 'sprlngins from the fact thit. operations "were ei- peeled -to" 'again' be' resumed.-' Ovflnt comparatlvs inaccesi- ablUty.'of '.camp In. the mountain wai necessiry to freis'nt supplies in' by piclc horse, oyer a well defined trtii. 'which led up into Canada and back 'acala Into the States. The bonded throuch, and practicaliy deserted, this huge store'_of.goodj ottered temptaLloa'rcr'r althoneh the ippropriaUoi ;'pf iaih'an'.'enoTmo'us tiocli, in' sBChra: remote and loiocwt place .ironld" present- a hazardo'ua and 'difficult! undertaking, there ara If there no Fords, auto- mobiling would be like yacht- sport of rich men. But centering-IMS effort upon the production of one good car, Henry Eord has brought the price down within the easy reach of the many. Here's the let I: Fords now in Runabout Touring Car S760; Town Car Walkervllle, Ont, with all Ship- ment, Get catalogue- and particulars from W.R; VIRTUE iU tie dlttriot >ays It Is the' most Eu'perb' spot'oi: Uie map, not'eiclud- Ing Banff." The idea ot putting this Into print has tell-a story.; The'main facts here outside of-that, the old. pioneer left a He has tone back to his camp- fire aroong the snow-capped" peaks, but hls.Tislt served a piirpOM. Farmers of This Jlatmtr' r Mlcbil UTttt.'Fernie l-l 417. if V There; are> soine ,J v' I Carv. K.I l'ir v me'toe'ght :cm UieHj t 4 (tl, f Djj0t'; ua j bi 7 Mon'treal. (Continued train iiont. be1 in close touch with .the narkets in Aui. of Montana, ot Uu whosi position' oo been the'subject at 4ctascsatsi M been tie subject ernphatlcallT-endorsed ,M vtll TTA '--71. ihit peace sisned-.-iithin 'fire' IV- .of. ctuse.Eo'nttEurraountr "e' powers 'Aiif. .dtr ol ijiurejaar nested fjxai frban Efliaworts, loaioi, say- lac tba't to rraaac. tie dry tor by'the wijcl i to.cat. T-rr. i..eaowi la'-tea 1U.north, tkla la tawfc- t Nornja, K- .si...L. tail .tMt' i; icbool at :'.O14a, H- ..0 I'jIalW. -will spissi been.'anw 1 ad thai Udtai ol ri1. lent I 'Al ksl'.iCameroiif superlitaode 'tiral P...-R-, d by .Mr., ktrkwald, 'w.ere.'liAt I .city today. I for tii east le- a' f.wirtf atj Mayor heft 'aid r 'vMfly -tirejailflloii U at '-Majsht-Vy 'on culTed torUiir toformaiiom trorn Kleii t. KMsiw'orts with MoitlUoM poiafbUltr :tiat tteylwlli; deliand tha men' for every opporlunlty ail every Arthur but to ship, C" ol >heep grower fli.; sad Bother can'ned goods, ffie.old .timer. Would noT'Vouch for tnVoraricet and ice cfeam'but he ne- a. hand -in 'i-- Lhe affair.'. probable means of. exit 'be throajh "'ho liir u: r; I! e br .l.'J In 'f i. j '.lir a lirise'. action >n K .was1 burned I t. while; ligttting'-.the-.fire in this-n'onliiE' It....! Aleian'dri1'1 Her i Bryan Mcaraguaa 14, iaeV'prb- I tfecana Th't Montreal. tefnpon'jj. andi'addre'w .i iirfatt. r.- Wasbliitonl', July. i-ir Villi If route taiia. BRANDON nr Aug. of Joe adle-ajed Oallclan, drown zrra! Is o! -p'r y'People's Forum ot mystery abu .1 ibe-wh'ole Iha' truth of i: h i i I. r _______ ____ no __ t apvluo -.r.r.i ibiuid tt Is a !U) ni! J-T UarHj U. sun- lo ask tto.dnM'sl I j. kil> otktM M .OJs pnWT-ipl.IIB pleai-cd j bt'.k If Jt active solllnj on part of ug bouses, wheat Id fluenced by- Vices Rjissla arid. .Roiajanli connted'also against the L, k. p-. Js I L.asXr noon '.e X K. W. P. at tors' ii 'Atcrjt 'tie tthljr. At.; H I gists. tine. j_im-_Hill_ la ko.'bolld'.a 'nia.cui.fl- cebt hotel, and prejArXtbe'roads-fpf aitoniobile pw. friend Wys thai he will maid nisney out" of il. He if >e Itfc.dentaUy.' 'old ex- pects (o. profft! by, trade', "ind ejtisnl'lr siie eritmnif bridge .over the .Waltr- per taji Vast iifldi o< pteoian wlti i foHowing wittoot li-.- .l.Mlfsloa'Oai-.BnJfbf. toiaiied la liaded 1 Book. t -fat roads, tot nn-- tW tor emiry ta llssttf, irpald ;