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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TEN PAGES Letlibridffe, Alberta. Friday, Au ^ 10 FIRST A CHIEF HARDY ORGANIZING CLASS -DR. THOMPSON TO GIVE THE LECTURES SAN Francisco To TOKOKTO AH. OUT 175"0 .MILES Since the succes^s of the "first aid to the injured" class among the firemen, much interest has been awakett. ed in that useful branch of everyday lite and Chief Hardy, of the dopart-merit, now has applications from some twelve or fifteen to start a.class for those who do not belong to the brigade. He Is organizing a clas^. Dr. Thompson: having kindly agreed to deliver the coursQ o� lectures free,, The whole course will cost about ?i.25 each pupil. The inaugurating class win organize for the series of lessons a weelt from next TuestJay. LUCKY JIM SHARES ARE CHEAV''-Winnipeg, Aug. 8.-^Lucky Jim, the Ne^n; B.C., mine, in which a num-bM of prominent Winnlpeggers ai'e interested, made a new low level on the Wiunipeg Stock Exchange, today when, two hundped shares changed hands at 5 cen^is,''. ' KEY U.S. NAVAL STATION PACiF-|C QCEAH .J. .J. .;. .;. > > > : GRAND TRUNK PAID DIVIDEND London, Aut:. S,-The Grand Trunk amiouiicii.s payment In full of a diyiclenci on the first and seooiul preferred stoc'r, with �](!,000 carried forwa-fd. It Is evident that President Wilson has decided to ihove with Jne up'to make the local recefmtiiii > ,ine up to make the local reception tvorthy of the city. Bryan Consults With Wilson and a Vigorous Reply Will be Sent ? :� : Judge Wants Time to Thor-ough.y Analyze the Noxious Weed Act PEOPLE It 10 WITHOUT POPULAR SANCTION WILL BE NO VOTES FOR ENGLISH WOMEN " Washington, Aug. 8,.-After a conference with President Wilson at the White House parly today, Secretary Bryan' announced He had received the mesaage from Manuel Garza Adalpe, acting minister of foreign affairs, declaring on behalf of President Huerta that the presence of John LInd would be undesirable in Mexico, unless he brought recognition of the Huerta government. Mr. Bryan said that there was no change In plans with respect to Mr. Lind's mission. He declined to say what the nature of the American government's reply to the message would be. ? WasHlhgfhtt D.C.. Aug. 8.- ? ? After a conference witli Presi- > ? dent Wilson, .Secretary Bryan ? ? -today issued, the following ernor LInd as adviser to the ter' "of his mi.5.sion is under- ? stood." BOARO OF M ONLY IHREE LORDS AiO London, Aug. 8.-Thc House ? of Lords today was attended by ; only three peers, . Including > Lord Granard, who occupied, ? the woolsack.  ? The sitting lasted ten minutes, the Insurance Amend-iTient bill having Its first reading. The House of Lords contains some eight hundred members, of whom three hundred attend more or less ^regularly. But it only takes three to form a quorum. � '> ? ? ridge. The rush the Lethbridge Hotel last night io t.ayi It is: reported that aU the ballot was occasioned by the remark of an adieu to the Irrigation CouBresa for j boxes e.Ycept those from Fort Mc- oil man that there should be good 1913, and to speed the aSEociatlon on: Murray and Fort Vermillion were ; ,,.,^,,,,, h,.TP nrillmir has its way to the ne.xt meeting In Pen-i destroyed in the Athabasca Landing : ff^'i^^.^^f, ttr mun ciil ITs ticton -in 1914. Representatives of! fire, .hut this will not ^ invalidate the ^ ^^iSig'l^^a.SS ^ t^l jOunan is weed inspector m the Tab-, federation of Labor here declared-a i er aistrtct,, ana thb^affidavjt'^Kas ^ulh-^-general strike today." Tho i 'gove'rn-' mittodvby; Mr- Mcnzie, acting for Mii ment, in response, proclaimed mdfUal fainter. . The question arose during :oham-j. hers' discussion as to whether 'tno,' weed . inspector had the right � tio order weeds to be destroyed hjr a cer-' tajn method. Three methods are men-.i tioned in the act-pulling, cutting' and ploughing. - V ' '"''^^i^: -yc/' In- this case Weed Inspector Broblca' ordered Mr. Tainter to destroy .the. weeds by ploughing.Mr. Taintet': claims the! crop iSj Wjoi^thl- JiQi'l'jpe^ acre, and Started "Itb- ^diSstroy-,? laiyjt 'weeds by pulling. ' It was,'th'il--difference in,,6pi'hion-as to- � metiic^d:' which caused ftis Honor .Judge Jackson to grant an extflmsion of this ^.ia-i'j!: junction until Monday, a� the,^ot.i*;-not very definite in, this ..partldiJafe � The question of ^he fight oli'jbis-. trict Court Judge to act in thlscasi,' also caused some trouble. His ;Hipn* -or stated that the action: witsfv brought with regard to a whplti: �: quarter section of land, wliicl^: is ceri^ tainly worth more than $8004; VThiS^fl powers of the District , Court'emlP when the amount of the action f.ex-:,';. ceeds' that sum. � ^ ' Monday will decide the case .,;mpr^^^^^^^^^ definitely, a.ndin the meantime; tibth-' ing further can ;he done .by McLean municipality. � :-\r.-r-': TO BE SASKATCHEWAN LEADER Winnipeo, Aug. 8i-rThe Free Press, under an Ottawa date line, this 'afternoon caya; "Hon, Arthur Meighen, M.P, for Portage la Prairie, who was recently appointed Solicitor General, is preparing to move to Mooea Jaw. He will practice his profession In that city and will contest a: seat In . Saskatchewan province at the- next election." HEAD OF BIG SHIPPING FIRM DEAD AT LONDON London, Aug. 8.-Alderman. Sut, cliffe, head of the famous Grimsby shipping firm died last night.  Few Britishers realize that BHtlsh teiTitory is bordering on, Mexico and abl� to become .a battle ground in the event of war isetweon Moxico-and Ither' nations. The map shows how British Honduras is thus sJituftted. three countries were piesent, Australia, United States and Canada being represented. Many of the brainiest Irriigation engineers of the continent mingled round the table with some of the pioneers of Irrigation In Western America. It was an inspiring spectacle for it meant that irrigation farming has come to stay, that intensive agriculture by this mothod is claiming the time and study of some of the best men of today, Lethbridge received its meadof. praise for the manner in which,it had entertained the visiting delegates, and as the Convention City added still more laurels to Its envious repiitatlon as an entertainer. Pr-ed W. IXiwner, chairman of the entertainment committee, occupied the seat at the liead of the table-in tho capacity of toaotraaster.'. With him were Mayor , Hardle, President ives of the Board of Trade, find W.H. Fairfield, the local men wno had done 80 much to make the convention a Buccess. Seated with them - went' William Poarco, one of the oidest'lrri-(Gontlnuod on page ,ll)i election, as provision is made in the election, act for such a contin,s;ency. bylaw authorizing the e>:p-ndlture of $20,000 more- -.---- i (.ontract for the coiistniction ENTERTAINED POOR CHILDREN 'of tho uumicipal hospit?! was award-London, Aug- 8.-The Canadini!! cd by the council last nljjht to Harry TO jyie. NflURSE Thrre was a raid on the Canadian zens had told him at a banquet not; � t closing lone sine?. As customers of the � bank, however, he wished Mr. NourSe Bank of Coramerce just teachers now viKitIn oiiiertalned ono tho'.'.'sLnid of Londp.il, poor children in Epping Forest. hours this afternoon. It was not a US JOB one present had _ � feeling m Mr;' He had been a Medicine Hat, Aug'. 7.-Police M-agIatT,T.te Oswald : W. Koaley has resigned and Ills resignation has been, accepted. It Is believed that his roaigna-tion is duo to criticisms arising from recent charges made by Sergeant yCnmpey agalAst tho Chief of Police and magistrate. .: � up; here yesterday i Hudson. The bundlni; p.ftd furnishings i-"'" ..... - {.q feel, that. every '.'-Mild of Londpil's'j will cost about $8000. raid in the generally accepted sense more . personal The new Rex theatre, wiiuh cost of the word, hut when 35 or 40 of. Noursc's leaving. $15,000, had a narrow cKc.ire from the leading customers ot the-bank-i councillor and-adviser to ieach.o^^ lire litst week, when a pile of rji-rn-^ friends of Charles 6-. K; Nourse, re-' of them and his loss would be' dls-ing rubbish set fire to the. aide of the tiring manaijer-took-the.sacred pre- tinctly a loss to'eaoji per?,oriaUjf; H^^^^^ buildmc:. Quick work by- the new cincts of the institution by storm,.it; knew he was merely-voieing't^^ fire deiiartment under Chief Faulds appeared as if a real runha^ started. | wishes of every icustpmer-ott^^^^^^^ prevented the spread of the blaze. (Nothing serious developed,; however ; I in wishing for Mr. -Noiurse'^M^^ Wheat cutting started m the Taber m fact, it was felicitous rather., than i would continue his steady climb on" district this week, and will be gener-, serious, for tfie- raiders were intent (the ladder on which heHiis now )ijcm&^^ al in another week. Nels Feldt was , only on showing ------ �i__4.�.i . - ^ /: ; - : ;'^iM?#if the lirst man to get.his binder in the ' held, and he has a good crop. Preparations are being made for Mr. .Nourse once more before he loaves tor Calgary tomorrow morning that 'they believe and' know iim to bo a good fellow planted. The presentatie".-Vundcrtoolc, to pm^ will be provided on the groui.ds for Mrs Nourbc were presented withNaiply, which he tlfd\in a tew '^oi^ poultry and other, exhibits, and a i solid'-silver tea service of six pieces,! feelingly expressed;. tUanking'i[Jii| cW' ? good fair.Is expected. land Mr '* . cided down; Xlirougn lilt! uo� 11 aim .Mill uaiio - iiiui,n,a,.,--------------. a-roiite east ot tho town to :the mines by W. A, Buchanan; M.P., who in a;'^8ume...control-'of.'<';tlie,;'bra&cfi aortu on the river. ' few worda reiterated what the citi- tomorrow. ^ }h ~ _ sr - tea Sci.v 1^.15 ut ai-v ki^^v*^,. - f^*'**"ia-j -^r:7--Ti:-T!;c�,�j.r-,r7. Nourse was also presented tomers for tho token of appreciation^ The Tab"- Srcompany has de-' waiiTsoUd gold'w^tch"and fob and they had shown hlms^el|