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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta LelhijrUlge, Albertu. Wednesday, July 2, 1913 F tf Vm FIVE CENTS Number Aug. Istpv wernment Insti ute Pounds LMERDING c uth [TIE Result Recent Ipleasant- ;ss Ranchers ateeping Cattle Off Holteads FOR BUSINESS MEN l''dmuntun, July 3 to the feuds let" 11 homesteaders J 11 h) the organiia Victs, which will cuttle subject [j bonicsleaders, in I rely newcomers I n did not VDOW ho i organization oi a Ler'applying to.the J crior and being govcrnmen [iitioutd for :ir 'petition was no sing'the matter in 1 "1 thai tl itr and dro >ss the Ion I Ml the cattle hav f d aie bring .herde Jrs away from ('.tiers who will'no so long as "thi It' in the' place whel [The pound law will ,the 'district" Angus .F.' Elevens, liv who has'com ration." will [cattle men (them Al- of pound ib'e ranch- iiund rules, part, are go about .id district itrtmcnt ol [d to the settlers but jrdef. Then i own hands [mesteid'ers offending Enjo Alon recpveret tlhe "cattle iis ol the troubled by lure Itolds fy are lo- rinto force i' according commis- an inves- The initUl mld-neek lun- cheon of the board of trade will take place tomorrow at the board offices. Gall Gardens. All members of the hoard are in- aud pioUslon Is he-lug made for about 3y as a starter. It all! take one or uo lunch- eons to get a lino on what to In the way of attend- ance. The luncheon sill start at sharp and. last for one hour. There will llktly he one or perhaps two very brief ad- dresses on timely topics. The ladles of St. Cyprian's church Trill do the catering and, pronl- ise a'very gatlefjlng cold lun- cheon for 50 cents. o FARM HAND LEFT PARIS GREEN WilERE JERSEY HERD HAD ACCESS II. K. Meibacb, proprietor of the hotel and owner of a large .j.jfarm at Monarch. Icit six valuxWe Jersey milk' COWB jesierduy from Grec-n poisoning. A fine pure- Shorthorn bull also poisoned A sack of poisoned bran for use in destroying goijhtrs and cut worms had been left in an accessible place contrary to Mr. Meibach's orders, aud the-result was thai ibe founc the bran and consumed it the lesuite indicated. WOULDN'T WORK WITH NEGROES 111., June hundred of the Chicago C. Alton car shops struck today when the company placed four negroes a work as laborers. Inability to obtain white men forced the officials to em the colored men, they say. iTi'LE FOLKS WEF IVEN OUT. i WERE DISTRIEl jJ the big- oi n 1'iray ,.um ..will li.that will world. began from- the JyijjrirV had given four hun- I under four- and [hundred. It the I-H celebration It successes tbat: Viad. The programl it" the ".morning f ure I Purt P- V id Canaaiau plaii li and pleasant sucj ft a people and a li second to noiiej Ine sports.in jhe.I chl I 'e disUlct arounl ,ila''time, E' In there years, and'-forl '.1 folks ahbjitj ,as wcil'takcnl if Ihe day'o Mceks' 111 I pi's racers; .s1. Bros.-' ion e Raymond took in i.ethbridge celehra- LrtlibiTdgAps as'well, 111 every r-tcnt Maid-was very I'canlr: In the carried f.tore than l.er shl "seven first four.second, tl.cluding the- Ipf-uar, and threjrd, i't fourteen places i" got'hers ihiare "o Skouson .Ihiec lirCnd one'seC; U Roy. Skcuson, t Ison, two'firsts, J third. These wcr nets. the- relay r ply outclassed ge should h Id oi Britain's Chancellor of Exche- quer Roused His Followers- in Fighting Speech London, July Lloyd- George reopened ihe Marconi deal insiness at a luncheon gnen '.o Lira and Sir Ruius Isaacs at the Nation- al Liberal Club today. Winston Churchill sat" next (b the chancellor. Atier paying a the uiore reputable and. honorable section _ of Conservative pfe-ss for .having dccliu- e'd to.' join, ''-the unctuous famous >ir. Lloyd George said he wished he could say as much for.lhe ,and..'.-_Hir a dark and dreary win- ter silent while ihe calum- nies "ha've been hurled'.at tbcir heads rom every tjuntler. it had .hccu, he iaid, the shabbiest chapter in the listory oi-'any parly, t'or most every dastardly, cowardly jotirnalist of. the Conservative party had been shoot- ing'personal darts at knocking wlirri- their hands' 'were tied. His hands'-wcre free" and smite.. ,-k This declaration'was of clirciE and lor proceeded to'give a-hihtVd how he would smite'il it" became, ne- F.. 't G. H. EATON-DEAD J. Hallquist Says it Look Like Trains This Coming Autumn FRIGHTENED HORSE BACKED VEHICLE OVER DONALD PEAR- SON A TTABEH Taber, July Pearson, aged six sears, son of D. Pearson, was run over by a heavy wagon and iiUBtaiied three broken ribs, but Is now reuorted out of danger. Thej-> lad standing behind the wagon, when the horses became frightened, and hacked the waeon up suddenly, knocking the hoy lo the ground hsfore he could escape, aud the rear wheel passed over Mm. The boy's mother, who witnessed the accident became frantic, and fainted ONLY ONE PERCENT FAlLtD several times, a doctor being summon- ed to care for her. BROUGHT .ON BY HEAT Port Dover, Ont., July B 76, died here today.o IE v PROTESTS' IN. TWO cessafy. How he asked, .'o th-ise'who had wished to-turn-him nd Sir Isaac out "of public life have gone to the-division lob it had been a" condition ot the! that they must show their "pass (L.'boolB? When.he heard Bonar .-Lat that these miuisters be. expelled frorn'ofBcc whojyeregui' tv of indiscretion, and saw" the. mem hers ol the Conservative'party rush me back from the Ascot races' t botemn vote of censure upon semblance of an unpleasant "cross cltannei'.'-fec iug. The cliancellor's cuphernisra for current vernacular "phrase .was r cciycd with shrieks of. laughter h the is 11 Conservatives as another imlatira lis tendency to "lime-house." SPENT JOLLY HOLIDAY Bow A- R. Hoa In cntertalnod a "large, number friends from Burdelt-and surrouadial dlsiilct on Dominion Day. July Eaton, mailer hilllder of the Canadian Pacific. Rail- way western lines for the past thirty years, died Monday, aged 53 >ears." He has held re- sponsible-positions In .Toronto, .Montreal and Karnhatn. He is survived by four datighters and two BUDS. His body; will he -shipped to Toronto -for but-ial. He was .ia ucg eight years.' .v-jiacleod. Alia., June E1-, ORONTO DEPARTMENT .HEARS DISQUIETING NEWS OF THE RAPID SPREAD OF FIRES -.hi.', f. -ToronlbJfJuly '2 JiuV, dangeraoi. '-.the fire preading-is the-rcport received, this Gibson from .his ubordinaica in the, 'district of, Budbuiy-, ,in regard.to .the .loresI fires here. So far.IheVute leeri able to.hold "the the lanies to" a certain arc praying Mr. Gibson, ".but if it remains n's it is at present and'a wind sprinp is no. telling the, ill "he The. f ipreading from a.puint several west of Sudbury, toward i'o thur., "Xolhing is said about, any loss of lile in tricl." Sen-Ice to Formosl, 50 m'.ks eaa t Stirling, and two grain elevator lere lo handle the 19p crop in the ig country south eas.t" "of. city long the' Lethbrldge-Weyhum line, s assured, according {o 'A; i. Hall- ulst of Blogeu, in 'township. 6-10, els. niles >a'et of Mr. Hall- qulsl Is in the city, come direct from--the scene of COD- itruclion on the new line. The C. P. It. construction depart- menll-. working finish the fifty 'nilles of the-line ;-lhls year as proinlFed. A larurj, number of .sifiali construction outats-_are hiisy all aloftg the last 25 miles of tH'e prade. Sev- cval miles west from Foremost are al- ready graded: At the present rate the-line will he ready, for the Etc el In about three or iburysveeki. steel gang Is he Sueld branch, but'yriU be ready .toVJ hack, lo the. Itub when the srade'is'ready .fqf, them. Mr. Hallquist: -Via .sub- ccntractors on th'eV Ljthnrld; burn1 grade. He, look- Ing 'for work them very scarce. DurlngVthe spring, there was a great supply, "but now is very limlt'td. and working learns a premium.1 The "crops in "the countrj- at the stituied today, end of' the 'are could--be expected: JMr. Hallquist bears out the" Infofmajlon to the He'ratd bs Dr. Duiicatf of Altorado, and says OOO'btiEhelV eBtlmsle based The farmers'of iho look- iug after thel'r-'bw'n'-.ends; "and have subscribed1 stock tor. --'Work will .restarted ?.s soon as "material Is laid op-the'ground, and the-elevator will be ready to-handle grain by Scpte'mbch -la'nd .man, buillins an elevator at th? same point Ihe fa.nriers have every.reason, .to believe their crop' handled ex- July Satva- Army announces that of ninety-eight, thousand seat to Canada during the last twenty only one per cent proved failures. A 4. ff ff 4 4 P. R. KNOWS A GOOD MAN Calgary, June report Is cirrent In railroad circles that Super- intendent A. IMcc, ot the Alberta di- vision of the Canadian Paclllc, and now In..Montreal, has been Uridered tue post or general superintendent or transportation, with .Montreal. Astounds Senate Lobby jQommiUee With Charges Against Big Financiers DIZZY WORK Union Pacific lated So That Great For- 1 tunes Were Made heart failure, caused by the best. H ectlon protests behalf of Premier- Sifton 'ilefeSted by1. Rpb'ert-Pattersou, in the Jlac- Mr.' iloitttt of "Pinch er CfefX. de- feated hy> John_ Kemmls 'at the recent genera.l election were ln- Jiggest- Celebration 'in Town's History-Dr. Conybeate De- liveretl Eloquent Qiation aE em ge n r prop- an Taber, July Perhaps the big crowd which ever gathered for celebration here, helped male Taher Dominion Day celebration the be ever. Over two thousand and from morning until was something doing. In' tl" therc was a big parade which wound t up. Washington; July Wall street operator and timi ocfidanl oi Ilusidl Sage, R.-. Keene.and other fiaaaciirs, he senate lobby mlluiglf .and that t was "he'Who" irnlKraonaUd Repre- eatalire's' Palmer and -Kioiand telephone with LevrU Cass Lfdyaid, Paul D. Cravath, Chairman Kohfrt S. Union Pacific board and other prcfn- that! Edward ,'autorbachV a N'ew, YorV :olild do-great tbiugs for them_' _in_.--. ,-y Washicgtba.. :.._ L'ainar also astonished the commit-- tee-by making a detailed charge ;lhas" the Union Pacific "railway's books.had- been forged-Is" 1901 on an iftm cover-'. ing and that suit, I.oe'b and corapany .and. H. Harr.iin.ui bad laid the the foundations of gigantic.fortunes... finished, "Paul. D, statement that Lanwr's' V- K ectedjTvith singing oi pztriollc a bear, campaign, to Unioni'f'rfS' rlotic i' r P'r.V ir K.C.-, ed counsflj al 'eicel .HlSsell 1 i .1 ;rirertainerl and. WHY LET.HBRIDGE AC- CEPT HI'S THREE.YEARS'AGO' Mayor D. L-. Hardie Alberta. of May !9th re- celvtd., Why sou" ignore the and MINISTERS BACK AT OTTAWA Otla'iva, June Frank Coch- rane and lion. J. D. Hazen returned today from trlii through Hie Maritime and both im- m'ertlalely pinnged i.oto .an- arrear of work. Mr. HB7.cn will leave on. July 11 for a' trip to the coast lo welcome (he battleship New Zealand at Van- co.iver, ..lie will slay off at Winnipeg and.Cnlgary. Mr. Cochrane later on .will Inspect certain zecllo'ns of the TranEtonlin eriial r i July 2--1 Libtral M.I', for Bar Hon.-Lewh Harcouit In the house o 'Inriiig the govcrnrnent overseas mentation to I .tu'ggtsticg an of the Mr. Oiilhwaife; avy.irc th Wntritivrs ul dcmonst; Oulhrvaile, asked Right onial.secrc- iraons last nt r any made rcpre- hy the impfrial 'mission, which is "well known to be an adjunct ol the tarift reform Mr. llarcourt: "I "do. not knorf anytliing'ahoul the imperial mission, hut I am sure, representatives of Ihe dominions would resintvprj' (IriKrn'Into anything in jre "of .a.polllicaj (Icmons.trS ic Cati.v II lib 1 u prcylou'a.- donation- applied for promised for Lefbbridgel; yours, Secy. Above li the'curCnote just receiv- ed by Mayor; of Sklho'-' who irwo' years ago prom-. Ised-'a to build a public For some reason arransements at this "materialize, and Quarter-Mile Mr. Cajn'egle's o'terwas not accepted, n. D. Smith, 2. rpi.n. ikic .agitation tor.a I, once more. A iai waited ''on the b9dy to endeavor the library nd eveiy bush north ot New LisVeard is :-r 'in danger, Earllcn Is swept by flre, Ihe loss being COALDALE TO CELEBRATE Coaldnle wjll' celtbrale the' fourth ot July by a big at which mule and foot races will bo ffestures. A dance fin hft.thn_a'ttraction'in the eeynii.g. The" coiimlttecs charge hope for ;a large al- tendance at all the PERKINS BVLL SENT TH E FUNO-vLAUOS 'LORD 'J STRATH CON A- London, July ot London has opened a fund to purchase Crystal-Palace or the nations." Perkins "Bull, dent of the cdmpatiy, i'Thfs-ii-'.tlie aoniytfsary ol ,'lhJ, tiirtli of .Canadian -7.' and f'Telt. belter celebrate'the" sending yoii for the Canadians'.for Ihrce-auatttrs! century have beert_fqllowin6 ol.'our grand eld man, Lo'rd :ona.'- 'i' -'Lord Slrathcona, it platbed, promised 1 {a' save .the .palace. ''.'J'- JULY- uiin iHiir T SOME NEW PLACES-.IT-MIGHT BE The bow on'mtnN hats hai st brouaht aroiindao the Some variants of iuit the of Individual the'Washington Star, Jd at to ton Lurober ni.illf..and" --feet of lumher are.destroyed. .Thd'rloe, and Elk Lake -Touhdodi' Sftulh Poiciipine, MalheKra, llea'sllp and. Heirst still. 4 4 July l-The Oloiious 4th... July Club Annual, toutna- menl. tournament at fair grounds. July Day. Julj Oddfellows' picnic at Blalrmore. 1st is past, but there is still a little excitement to come On the plotious Fourth the Ameri- can have closer. Canada as their home pro tern and perma- nently, will, as usual, celebrate'the big day-ol the American jeat. J.tisl what terra Ihe cejebration-wil! tV-f is'not knoari. Last jcar'H a-, i dozen evcnls'hive been arranged for. On Tuesday, the'Sth, the firemen's association. toutnahleat; he fair grounds will hold Six ot stveii tonns and 'cittts province -teams, .'.The; Sonltmn pirvc .1 .tr. traps.. -ArhateTi will male a da) u ai sne- "and htrla'.will meet to isj o! tbe I tPc'reaiVrtlcIer 11 9 t Vi F- r ;