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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TEN PAGES: Utkbriigt, Alberta. .Thursday, August OEM'S Xiunber 2tT ONEIUQUSANDMNHfiEHll are Marching to the _'. Dakota .C'ify to Make a -.Fight for.Free Speech n the Country LetEbridge and Grassy _ Bye Per Cent Witt be Completed at the End of Next Yield Advanced by Recent Rains Jail Under Protection for Fear to; :Uinot, Aug. Ubor in bai proportions to: day ttat officials jyexe dismissing tht ed visibility 'of'appealing to.the gov trcpps.v Cue thouEaiu Industrial Workers of'the Wort. reported Ib'fee on'.their way t "this city speech. The- determination ot'. citizens to lv Twenty-five of the harvesting between Lethfarfdgt and Gras.y Lake Is'completed. Seventy-five per. cent of the crop will be In ctook by the rj next Threihlng will start next week. There art of fields of wheat, and barley now ready .for the and farmers will have to apply themselves vetting with the help available fii the next or If they are to their crbpj cut bt- fore are "dead Th> days, ago did a world ?of goo'd1 'throughout the' whole district travelled'' by yet-, terday's excur- sion- l It raised the average through- out the district trunk fourteen or 'fifteen Bushels to eighteen or twenty- in the spring whest meant thousands of to Southern Alberta' t 'T- ".-The hay crop through; the IrrK -a'c-: 'Hitrlct been one of the -i years.' Is It Was a Fine Exhibition and Showed Marked Improve- Over Prev- ious Years LADIES SHINE The Herald mau rode with L. p. Bed- ford, who had covered tin COTJQ- try prior'to the rain, and he vouched for; the statement that the rain-had increased' sield, particularly in late graibe, at least 25'per Tha ol.tho wheat vrtll belter, also, the rain having come at the time the kernels plump, al- though thejjeafls 5re shorter thanjwas expected early in June. "6iie mau in-the Chin district states that the rain meant a thousand dollars to him. He has a half section1 in crop. Nelson-Blue, taber1, wuo has fire hundred acres under crop, caya will the best.'sim .doiens of 'abte to sQuarc and afresh. They will start with' slock, too. Tha'tis the cry along trie-line. Of are 'and 'bad "was crops to be seen on every hand. The.y lhlrd exWMlion and Women's Department Was Eas- All Southern resptcts She best 1 Mill 10 Land Five Miles Away From the Quieter After the Turmoil of Authorities Are Not Doing Anything Vancouver, Aug. steam- er Princess Alice, with thrtejun- dred ir.llitla on board, from Vic- toria, li due it Nanalmo early this morning. Vancouver, Aus. tliai trouble might be precipitated If they attempted to lind at hundred militiamen, wHL Maslni who'.were ordered up from Victoria J fltatlcs were put ashore at 7.30 ihis mafclng, at Departure Bay, five miles from the mala wharf of the coal city. No sink- ers' mob-was In sight and before 9 o'clock the uniformed' men, bearing anus, were marching Into Nanaliuo" The mob. 'which last night fought and burned at Extension, fifteen miles away, did not return, and no trouble this morning. A 'phone The mob swept on over the dusty roads, and news ot their coming receded by the terrified strikebreak- ers. Maoy of Eliexe their wi and families into the tunh, out forty took up a position in a lalus tunnel. men, as stated'above, are armed, and the advancing mob op- enly displayed rifles, guns and .Many of thfc revolvers bad j fixiui the special--' from Extension says that; The gun stores of XaLsimo had their a'muJuniUon seized by the. po- lice, and also were given orders to lions, the army or strikers number of liresrms. -They Kxtension at- dusk, and immedtftteli strlUe-breakers had fled or WCTL hidden. Tho pithead timbere Tiere se1 on fire, and the strikebreakers' bunk .There.will be more gr. through the'district last year, and it wU] he 1 a size- 'An-1 woat damige had been done by'loot: splendid half ers lWhen for Tancou- fooilsh and go "r.1-1 jthc er- yeaterday afternoon, the inooi- "C iu of Wife of New York's- ed Governor U Suffering From a Nervous BreakJovra SULZER'S f ACTItS Takes CourseThat Irnpeachment ._ Proceedings Were Albany, August' -The riiachtnery of the Senate eovenraut over which Suiter and Jlartin H. Glyna, claimed V- ority, bade fair today. to oe.throwtt out of sear, by v. their rival direct It. Heads of many, dirlaed Into two groups.' One of lUtutiuQat to'c tiplr .to if "there bat! iib.-ImpekchwnKtj'i'Xx The holding tKat Four hundre'd. men .look.part In'-t.h'e jf '.-.CHEN the. -conte te. -con fuel supply f Vhen: poured Into i j.-- ,ed. Miss Auai I a; 'appointed music K- .i': f'cnHr't'iii; .._ .Intaglio, was more storeroom .-when 'thej git ladfes of Ibe'oVeVgotlo to' Ihe'-east --'-'J-'is'UTft of that. The.n at Mllla nf e of I not ''par'j .for a of tjori for ly and finally the NOT-, FKCUCH -ON AU'liCU i.'- 'Wa- _ p'roVably. a .little, moro fiyorably.-.with the aad south than .cast.. Now the'peo-1 pie .of -.tie'-.caiit.'.afe sure: thp.t bridge. lr not. trying''! rejkdy''.tp; belp, them at tiorae. The 'intcr-flepor.aenM-" i.l itf k o' fjr hi-.- !n VuKlM'. i'm-jai vf I -hp touft at lie Irish port 'aot laal to Ikf 200 KILLElDit Ca'fa-r MW-TDUO u IM rtnmi JLburu, cf t.-'1tl to JatMry cn-Miioa at-IM "M> LlilMHHl nicety jnd. one htm- hi: Jref ftt luffUienl autVCaa'.oa tfter.the 4J t-.i >--j s. tt' itf t ;