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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta BAD EXAMPLE TO THE BOY Cilgiry, July .Ightcen thousand at the fulr yes. terdny, and so far the recold Is over 3.000 above lint year. Today July 4th, one hundred, business men from Spokane, headed 'by tiie mayor, will be visitors. Trouble in the Council CflflFTY the Feature of a Meeting Resignations Objections to Meeting Place and Conduct of Scoutmaster Differences exist in the council of .here today a news- tic Boy Scouts and as a result E. .M. photographer scl his camera 'I'boma.son, and treasurer, lor operations.. Thc next thing the and Ouief Scoutmaster Vau Allen have Pcollil; in '-he trainslied knew was that Hie" plcbian and the. aristocrat ESCORT FIGHTS [Eleanor Sears Smiles as Harold Vanderbilt is in Battle New July Harold Miss IJleanor Scars, the liostbn Society girl, were CARDSTON DISTRICT NEVER IN THAN PRESENT TIME LORD MAVON't GOOD ADVICE Uublln, July Lord or nan Issued a letter urging the citizen, not'10 be f ullly-of' my in set of Ingratitude and in- Jury'to the Home Ruler's cause a would be .Involved In refusing King, and (By E. N, BARKER) and is on the Increase--A Well Settled, jPrpsperpus Community resigned .'Kilt dissension existed wis mide evident at a meeting of the council leldilast night al the Major Burnett, chairman of Bcouts' council, pre.lded, mil the ft'erc mixing it up. It was a battle royal lor a IK year passes alone..thc Cardsto islrlct coneratiilllei itself that n latler what other places may bavi. s.regards crops, this district pull ut at tho end of the season with it oodly share of thc spoils. Panning is, In every country and region, a greater or less uncertainly, and no way has yet. been found lo make j especially when carried out on a large scale. Flrsl and fore- most, come the elements, which we cannot control, or even, prognosticate. I Cattle, after the hard winter, cnm I- I t'jlDlUlV U I) WITH In aitrl till II, v i tuc iiaiu winter cnme July each succeed- rapidly up again, and all live stock'Is i.n__ Qr ollher In .prime condlllon nearly approaching II. Dairy Busln.ii 'he most promising or the times Is-the life of-lhe dairy busi- ness in thc foothill country, one of ha best all round sections for mixed farming This fact Is no i'et .properly'appreciated, for land Is che.per In that region, and many In vestor. and companies look askance The-nmtimagnlficenl grasb because it is nol Writ Item of business was the reporl Vanderbilt bore unmistakable selllne the [evidence that he had been a-mllling. me DI. A couple oj policeincn separated Ihc n was a battle royal lor a lew cannot control, or even prognosticate minutes anil when the plebian emerg- lierefore have lo take them'a. they led from thc mess his linen collar was and 't doubtful It life would hanging ilejccledly alongside or hi? balf or of its ULfeollll, Ul III.S yuct ,f _- medals on Coronation Day and th trip to Taber. With regard to Coron tlou Day the Scouts made wiiic Instead of being turned over'to tl E. M. Thomasson.'was p lu .M. K. Kaake'i own bank aecoun he .pent 112 for outfits for lh f. so il was charged. WHb reglra to tBe trip to Tabe Major Burnett gave Mr. Kaake pe ml..lon to lake Ihe boys, and al lh meeting he apologized for doing so without the permission of Ihe coiinci After tills.the storm beBi.n, the firs Vfument .being about the place o for ;the Scouts, 'Mr. Kaake' barber ahOp being.objecled to. seen this-morning by a Her .E. M. Thqraasson had the-following, to Major 'Burnett asked Mr. Kaite'.tn drill the .boys for Cpronttjcta as Scoutmaster ,.-Var Allen wij-buiy wiib cade'tV but nol to march with them, but, as Is well known, the'man, in charge did so. M. K. Ksake Bo.t an Invitation, from r.bento take :lhe Scouts .down for Uomlnlon Dly, but'instead or turning the communication over to the score Wry, asked the chalrm.n If he would go. .After talking It over with other members of the council It, was decjd. to give him permission, with the understanding Uiat a meeting was to take pjicej. soon as possible. Toil was Ibe'-racellnE last evening which was foiighl out lo a "finish- Mr. Kaike gol up at the meeting and "Id that the .reason ihe appeared to he dead was.on account of its connection with the Y.1I C A He was Bupporled In theory by w- S: Ball, and ihe generaj. secreUry. er pointed out ill over the country the y.jr.C.A. wis the heldtjuirters fpr the Boy Scouts, and that ,t Spokane they were meeting down town until ihe Y.M.C.A. became .the great influence ..and the Scouts met there, Instead of al a down town office where the were not the Best for hoys of lhai age combalants.'biit make any arrests. The croivd, which was non- Partisan, had bccii man on, ami was greatly disappointed when thc hlue-clothcit majesty 0( law appeared. Miss Scars, ivho had stood to cue side during, the-mclec, appeared to enjoy it greatly. She and Vandcrhilt attended the varsity race later i THE BEST GUESS Fort of Spain, _Thc Brilis w.rshlp Aeolus, stalloned here ha been ordered to proceed to H Is reported that'll, .departure of Aeolus has to d with Ihe possible'arrival of ex-Pres dent Castro In'the-West zest if, conditions became so exact thai Ihe putting in of a crop and tbe taking oiil, so much per year, were an exact science and a. posilive cer- tainly. We may be allowed lo state that it Is by general aver- ages that we shall be judged, and bv general -averages the Cardston dis- trict more than holds its own. At present, in 1911, we are face to (ace with the best prospect we ever iad, and it is belter to realize .the anil not simply make bald AUTHORESS at this. ountry mo RU oil III mo muu [a Puffy statements fhnt do no one any as rlch or- richer--than most ot our hecsuse if we romance about with COUntO" fllld CnnHiflnnc ami U'f'll -uro i nrnfl- ;j_ ._" _ j- Future days.Vljl show thai thc foot- Ill country-will stand closer-.ellle- nenl and will yjeld more of Us iiuola f profit round fanners, in dairy- US, slock raisinfund mixed farming nan Is at present conceived. It seems o have been mined of late years hat it was.out of.these very hat so many of cattle and so many lorses or sheep-have come in the last 2a years, that, represented the raising Southern Alberta. "The tide may turn .any day with Its ad vent of a. new.-riilroad Ihrough Ihe region'north and .oulh and tha foot hill country will more than hold its own In days to-come; for the land is as rich or- richer--than mosl ot our for (wo years until another bumper crop arrives. ,V0 doubt this will be somewhat less apparent as limes go on. and il is lo he.hoped lhai in; pul- ling our hopes on one stnplc, vjz wheat, anil establishing as Olir standard, of value (or everything, in- cluding we ,re not drifting into the hshits ol the where practica' Woman Who Attempted Suicide at Winnipeg Identified amount of one staple lor sale. 'As soon as the crop money is spent then there is a lull in business until the next- crop comes in. TLc money from one crop is soon spent, and if that 'is Poor one it means possibly a lull r (wo years until another bumper .July crop arrives. ,V0 doubt this will be, Vork lying somewhat less aiinan-nt ._ ht- Homracc hospital today at the point 0I death as resuil of. a delcr- mincd allenipt she marie, .to end lier life. liejecled by her New Vorkfac- lor lover, she left the American me- tropolis lo try her luck in winnipe and alleged that her life had bee I ruined by who professed THISFAMIlf TAKES ly one arliclc one arliclc repre u-no prolessed- senls cash and is raised, so most of Three she ran GfflEFl DECLARED GUILTY :Seiltle, July Ch'lif of Pollei Wippcn.teln wi. founi) la.t night of icc.ptino bribe of for.'-p.rmitlinB Tupper and, Cjarehee J. Gerild to operite disorderly heuie, in the old King .treet vice dl.trjet. The Jury w.i out Hven i hijf hours. country and Iraw the story, we are and has its modicum ol exposed -s cereal was never' shape In our whole history .nd we' never had within 50 per cent of aii1! receive ha. straw move rank, but "n easion the .straw does not..... be too rank, for tin schools and pro- where they adeuiialc .pop- lo he- Xhe lo d'i'fflculty: of disposing of in small duanlilipc L necessaries ol lire arc imported (roin other places. A Big Country Afc'a low eslimatc (he country con- liKiious lo Cardslon has about' 000 ilcr-.S..or very best of level (o..gently rolling wheat and il we allow 25 bushels.-per acre (32 189 acres in .our worst vcar yi'eld- ms'al Ihe rale nf 18.59'bushels pec which is below, the general av- erage or the last nvc n-ve 1 oil this land is under plow a pos- sible crop win- ter wheat. Taking acres as a air estimate .or aii iallds_ ]eauiri J'ardslou "B" to Winnipeg and purchased a J27 Rachel, street in'.Winnipeg's "re light district but profits ther were, not- as large as she expected an she became morose particularly s her Jover paid no attention to her re pealed telegraphic demands that h should join her here .here she the name ol Emilv Lith Early.'sunday morning she many mercury tahltls and it ly due to the prompt iction of Jirls in-hcr-houie she did no die.Mcdicil aid was called and foiiiiil- as a cenlrc, in this area >she taken- to the hospital ,hcre chances for her rccoicr) are doubt- ful. Her true nlentity .as not deal nvore Ihaii of trans _ __ in wjieat IB .all small, quanliLies, sufTicicnt _ UCTjn .forced on Thus, taking a glance-.back at yea''s- "-le wheel is are .morc.'numcrqus than any year in our history. The nco o[ moisture stead of e fields about-Aug-nst 1st; Ihe'eii- u. seven, to e ai 00, OflO acres that will eventually be placed iiiider (lie plow'; and the ancejs.fme grazing and hay 'iand- well B. M, Thoniasson resigned as secre- because he is not 'in sympathy with .the Scouls becoming addiUpn to; Mr.' Kaake'B barber and.furthermore "does not'be- shon'on'Hound street a desirable place .for "boys, of such to. meet.after night: 'reference to the movement dyjng .wav Dic.nle good percentage to'the sum total yield and probably give larger berry and a.'finer wheat. We" may look for some very heavy yields l'BrJfcre. with not-too-much' straw to handle, to result It in-probable that there ire now, cbn? tisuous to Cardston, icres im der cultivation, and there may. be more, but lo compute the average'ei'1 Is -an for -lintiY me crop is taken oft -thresh-" Ing returns tell us .the '.creage, nave no accurate means of acreage. A good many spring crops failed lust year, so were not.threshed This year all the acreage Is' crop, but "what thai acreage Is'n yet knows. Of u probable acres under I cii.tintion, it is mosl likely cent, would be In winter the Cardston. district, as it i to still- further "diversilv jt: s, settle more thickly anii ac- nt a more rapid rate There is too much similarity' be-' 11 this and thc.cotton grpwiiig al present, viz., thai the sup-, money is by the' REAL ESTATE MEN TO u e V.M.C.A. will not be reiponilble In 4Hy fc-jiv- VanAllen give, as hl. f c.lgiry, July e.tite agents who proposed construct a etreet rallw.y through sonic of the suburbs, wilte the commissioners and-su opemlon for one year. The commli will look over dly. illeged al Ihe meeting thit he hid been ordered off the bull (round, on Coronal Ion Diy by Hr i, _ V.n Allen, who was In charge orihe FATAL COLLISION cideis., "I.was snubbed lo a M, winter wnea the balance in spring wheat, birle pals nnd flux. There Is an Increas n Ihis liisl this'year, some'having uarter section in flax, some a'ha e'etlon, and so on, and the eems to he doing for there eason why it should not. Spring Wh-at'i Growth Spring wheat Is In the .boot, an coming along fast; is n good sl.nd an promises well. The sprjng wheat pro bably never made a more rapid growth has done Ihis- spring and Ihe forcing weather of June, will ihe heavy, rains on top, has run the spring wheul on so lhai lt should not be so very far behind the winter wheat in ripening. We have to. re member llml we are nol yet Inlo July and- have most of our hpl weather a- Held of us, and, with plenty of riln n the ground, and forcing hol: wea- ther, all tho spring crops should pan out well. Of course, there are things hat mighl happen, and unforeseen lamagc might arise; bill there is no mmediale prospect, and, it the pre- enl lime we are talking of condl- ions is they arc today, when we hive lie two most necessary m.lerlils In lenty for Ibe lime of year, waler .nil m. There Is enough moi.lurc In ihe ground now to carry us clear ovor'i arvesl II no more fell. Oals promise wolj, sr, one foot lo flecn Inches high, ire (hick on Ibe ground, and ire growing fist. As (he recent nlns slijick inem it tbe right Ju.t .s they are (eltlng ready shoot mil Inlo held, the heid. be lirje, and the yield good. Operators Decline to Ap cept the Proposal tot Dr. Gordon 'Banff, Alta., July. i meet- Ins of .the conciliation, board' held ,'hl. morninj lively refused to the fn. pos.1 of Chairman Gordon made S.turdiy afternoon I'njf mid. pub- Jlc thjs morning. .ubmltted a brief 'w'rjttm lion of the, .titlng that they included term. tlon. to they could not well adaatcd for stock- raising: -.The spring wheat .average ol'lH d.isliicl is 31.82 hus'lmlsr which "on expects lo.spe c.v.cecdcrt. as ihe vnn elics. now adapt .ihcm Uioroiigiily to local ditions, and as'the.'cultivation o spring, wheat is more carried, out. Really; high cjass'.wlti- vatioh, well carried but, should terially incieasr, the yearly averages -The town of Cardston. has never >eeii boomed or much .advertised LI- epfc that, a few exhibits .have- l.ccn made at (airs or exhibilihns, yet real estate keeps steadily rising, buildilig goes on at nn even the class o( building in.proving year, by year, with brick, slone and cement, on the increasr as materials also a distinct advance in (he ty'po pf building and ihe' arc'liilecture. The leg house has goiic and is be- ng used .is fuel. It is a relic o( the iasl anrt an item ot bygone history, nlil in later diiys, near the moun- ains aesthetic'people may build fan- y bungalows, oiil .oMogs, and coun- ry clubs iniliale a new architecture nd a new era. vealcd until todaj She has written book, have, had a good siile tbe but kno earn. pour Week! doai .friend Kciaonai ,tr of Alice. Crawford, 0I orl, SHEJffLLHANG Sault ate. Min., thnmnd .nd ..ghty-on. .Ig. nature, h.v. b..n appended her. to the petition ID live N.. poHUn oillewi The w.. to E.rl Grey todiy. Th. th.t wemin will not hing on Augu.t ninth. Enumerator Finds Wjth Twenty Seven i >'t Hard To Beat No Race Suicide in This French Canadian Household The Herild man hid i very pltu. t Interview this morning wlth'F. Kennedy, who own. the A heirt nnch In the vicinity o( Medicine Hit Mr. Kennedy hu lived m this country for ibout fourleen. yeir. ,nd Is flnt Uii. raconteur He hi. been engafed 'or tbe put month u in enumerator In one of the luce ipinely districts of the Medicine Hit eautlfc. and Mme ,ery of hi. traveli.durlni UM time he wis it work Mr Kennedys district eilended trom range l to range 10, ind north south from town.hlp. u to in there sere ibout townrtlni, some Of tBe amount ,o( tround coiered miy be when Is known that Mr. Kennedy travel WILLING TO COT OFF A MILLION Big Hiy Crop Thc hay crop in' 1911 is big Suitiago. Chill, July .1 _jt ,9 llale here thm an American firm with view lo securing Ihe conliict for constructing of the two Dreidnough for Chill, has offered to deduct tl 000 Mr. Stubbs on behilf of min. eri, they h.d wrltt.n ititement to 'W8r. re.dy to state verfailly lh, mine workers could 'net con.lder the offer made In any way M blsls cf .greement. A, J. Carter entired formil pro- te.'t igilnit the minner In which the a.turdiy propoeij. hid been submitted and stited that he' not consider the proposition a one. The boird .t once went into sesiion Inetructing the two p.rtiej lo return In ,hort limi to meet again with the botrd. Liter the bolrd innounced thlt (He final report would be t.kin up It once ,hen they tti le- L thev csn st.nd ihe ch.nge 01 uiem Live in Sod Houeei il I. nn .ncommon thing lo rind family ol cen or twelve In i ten by twelve, and somehow they .1- manage lo mikd room for, iwo or.three plpi, a couple of c.'lve.Viid of chickens. Needless to "hen simck a plice like that it night i iiw.ys bunkekd In my tent, I'hc I'oNckn ind Bphemians, vha orm_thc Isrgcr number of the foreign lemenl. hj.r all Urge families in 1 he populltlon Is very large'for the umber of fnmlllts ennmeriteil.' 1K'.' ;