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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta S..V p. te OUR BIG ,000 Jewelry Sale f-i Odds.aiul Eiuls on sale now nit of C'osi IVu-e I 'S.ceioiir Window (Salnnlay) each; Your Choice lor OU'R BIG 8ALB IIAS .PROVED A T11K- SITCOEftS AND BY FAK HAS EXCIiED.l-M) OUR KX- I'KOTATIONS R. A. WRIGHT ti City's Leading Jeweler, KstubHshod OEHlSfi OFOFteteR Impeached Governor Suggests Stilted Case for Presentation to ths Courts ROGERS MM 'NEXT WEEK Minister-Will Take-in Calgary Sunday and Hopes ate Enter- tained .That He Will Gome to Lethbridge Hon.. npbert Rogers, minister of i either Calgary or I.elhnritiga. Both public1 worts, is cxperctrd to' favored cities sec Mr. Kagers on in Calgary on Sunday, and a visit ironi him to Letbbridgf is looked for next week. On Ins. trip here, two matters-will be. taken up with the possibility of securing. barley was of higher quality than any other giowu in the west, having a higher percentage of starch. 11- was Albany, Ailg. 15. Formal demand for tliu aari-bniler of the >xectUlvt? elMmbfT ami-'- offices, the privy RHd bouks. .jiauers, iloc- ttuioiiU relailng to the executive dfr was upon Cioveruor Sulr.or by nor .Nt.irliu ll. Glynn. Governor Suiter refined Vo comply v.-iih tlto demand. Included in Oov- CMICT Hulxer's refusal, acconltng to IX Pady Merrick, chief cf his counsel, Is a iirojiosnl lliftt Glynn anrt Sulzer an aereed stnteraeiu of the fncts hi tlioir cuutroversy and submit them lo thR courts of lo determine York. Is MTOKM 11 XDIA CAMP AT STAAFPEDK REDSKINS HAD :A OF UNTJL' GIVEN NEW V'...' QATERS an internal storage elevator, "and iria armory matter, although fhr latter more on the attitude of Hon. Sam Hughes, who is expected to trip this fall. -Calgary also expects sonic an- Dputteeraent from lion. Mr. Rogers regarding an internal storage eleva- tor- point. It is understood Oilynr.'s letter is'ruUlrpased to Mr. Sulzer, simply as "Hon. Wm. 5ul- xcr AUt.uiy. Es signed by Mr. Clynu as "acting ami roarts as follows: "In. perfqnufmre- of the duly ntis" devolved iipiia mo hy Arii-j i-lc 1, 0. I officially ilmimud (bat you deliver, and surrender to mo, j the niiittw. jfks noting goVenior duvtttg the period j Hbile in the dly soinr> time ago jof jour coEsiliutlonnl (Usability to act Mr. P. 11. Uicc, of the Rice plaiting ;is govrnior, tno use. iiosspsslon- aatl U innipeg, marie the statement- occupancy ot the executive chamber that" Southern Alberta wheat and Jang offices, and that you likewise de- liver and surrender xo me the execu- tive privy of the state ot New York ami also aU papers, re- cords and documents in said chainber err offices, or elsewhere is your charge cr possession or ouKiody. relating or in any way connected with or per tain- iViiihtycg, Aug.; scene of havoc and constevnution la.st night at t lie-es.'ii bit ion "'founds, where th'e is being" helil, when tlie section nf a hig-'sttittn hit the indiai] vilhigc anil levelled it to the gronniL Thore were L76'-mcn, Haiuen; find .children, in at the anil" prey the elements tho pour-] ins; itown iti then'ij-.j hy atTU sniashfng Joun trees in its' and the piU-li darkness unly relieved at JAggeil Hashes ".ot; light-' Tlie entire party, their tents, blaii- kets, apparel anrf' food were soakeU throupb, ami the all about HMS ;i l.tlo of water. sliciter-was found.in- ihe tents of the. Indian conmiissionpr for tho woaker'i mcnibrrs ot the various tribe K until the Iniiiiins foulil .to the .n'iost .bf them on Hay ur straw, bis thai provision shoxild be mails to isolate the South- ern -Alberta product, foe it shipped east ami mixed, it lost its identity, and brought an accordingly lower price than it vras really worth. -Mr. Itat :ihe linal decision will not be Rice considers this one of the strong- iiiade- until after Hon. George K. jest arguments in favor nf a govern- Foster: cetums to. Canada, but- -from rtient internal storage elevator for ;what-lhe Herald understands there. He itlso .considers it a .will 'he :oolr one elevator erected in good argument in favor oE milling !Alberla this year and that will go to and other eeical industries. Hundreds of Soldiers Parading Nanaimo's oiitmued fiorri" front short lime tiie news was flashed sboul the city, anil the mpji of the itgiinent- t-inild bR seen hustling about, I in preparation for. the start. Later in the 'afternoon it was __ stated that in alt probability the. regiment would be called upon 'to supply hali the mm, which session. The lire spiead to the rtump imcaii that only four companies ol nnd burned down the top works oijlhc Highlanders a like number ;ihe.mines Two nun-j from Connutigui'fi Own will niake up .'drecj seventy-five srtldiers parfr. militia men landed here in Xcnaimo r Besides the infantry, detachments Vjiil left by special for blitensica, j_0f the engineers of North Vancouver police and Hie field ambulance from the city "to but were forced to return, jwill go This is a determined cfiort on tne The military authorities of part_of miners in preserve th'e peace city roiiW n" intimation as lo. b.v preventing landing of agents, I tvfor WaJthnmstoiv id contest Manchester. He writes: will bo critical campaign for m'uny causes irhlch the Liberals hold clear, nniongst tlie most iniiiort- anl is Tree trade." This intention, -it Is alleged-tn some quarters, la due to the desire of.IhOBO Radicals devoted' to Premier AsquUh to lessen Lloyd George's In the Cabinet. Radicals ol tho.AByultli type- .eayJtbo I'remier Is -much" 'attract- ed to Sir John Simon's [roe trade art- consequently feel that If Str John could xvliv a free trade seat in Northwest Ma-ncheater at-the next general election1, and strengthen (he free trade' position genernlly in would i prophets ol the Hadlci jjarty, and help keop the Chancellor the Kxchcquet a tritte niore la tl TRU3T CO. FAILS N. "J-.-'Aug-, 14. The Roa yJHe TruBt Company of noaavlUe, N. ft-aa today closed by the state ban Inspector. j Inspectors of the department yeste day ,'tHa covered R Bhortage of i Koyal Canadian Artillery, swung ne.se arnhaysadors to France, filong in silence, only rcliered r.ow nnd then by .a sharp routine com- mand "from the JCacIi of the (Icr- many, Austria-flungaryt Italy, Kus- sta anr] the Netherlands. Tlie diplo- refuse to rcrrivc reports, de- pouclieu sagged heavily, in-li.s' undcrstootl (hat tlie tilac oxtra aessions be forllm-Uh "dicaling that they were prepared for question discussed is the best means' called, so that speedy determinailon business, what most impressed the of .securing recognition, of the nevv I .lje liau- Chinese republic from the in-i "WILLIAM SUI.ZE.Ti. trrested when Yuan Shi Kai has j "Governor." been elected president. The question ot the Chinese loan; VANCOUVER LADY KILLED also has been debated. j Vancouver, Aug. Charles liOO or .more strikers along the streetfl through which the troops inarciied was the presence of two maxim guns, vybich were by the Royal Canadian Artillery com- pany. -The Umbers ot the gun carri- ages held several thousand rounds of ammunition, >vMch also another grim indication ol the serious nature of the'militia's mission. Miners Hurl Taunts Col- ,Hal1 halted bis troops on Front street, where the forces com- maudetT tlie'main .business section as welt as'the approach to ihe. ,wharf. The strikers'crowded tlie sidesvalks in the vicinity, and although some ot the miners hurled taunts ai the soldiers, there was no attempt to openly oppose tiietn." Alter preliminary arrangcmcats for feeding the .troops haU. been, marift by Col- fiali, he scut his men tn to breakfast, one company at a time, Tvhilc pthor companies ivere ncross .each end nc the- "street ap- proaching tlic blocks where, the troops were 'maased. Vancouver Soliliers (foini; Varicouyqr, B. Aug.. l-J. One luif" regiment ol the militia of Van- cpum, wmprJaicg 500 men; has been Eurnmohed'to" The call was lamed tbls.attern'oon and called lor 72nd wire received from Col. Hoy, of Victoria, to 'tieut.-Col. Lacltie this afternoon was the first intimation that the local force would be needed. The oriter was at once the men oi tlw .Seafortbi to parade at their head- at siv o'clock this evening in full marching orders, with great- provisions for 2-i hourr; in fltlinfr hivericks. JIL an incredibly Thirty-two years ago women admitted to Ihe MnssaehueettH bar to militia wei Mltne, wife of a prominent wholesaler TCJ of Vancouver, who is cajitain In the v.as fatally injured at Belling- practice 03 lawyers on an equality bam yesterday in--an auto accident, with men. Today of the 2800 lawyers The car was driven hy her.-husband in directory only women. are; when it skidd eO and struck agnlnst tree. Phone Phoue 702 Saturday Pork Spring Chicken Spring' Lamb, Choice Beef Mutton nnd Yea] Try our Pork .Sausage and Cooked Meats Prompt Delivery Simpson Bissett Phone 7fl2 Meal Market 1110 6th Arc. S. Phono 702 Immense Stock of ah Eastern Bankrupt Con- cern, Bought at 60c on the Dollar n chance possilily of