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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald Lethbridffe. Alii.. Tlmrsihi.v, -lull Number 172. CANADIAN WHEAT WILL BRING AN INCREASED PKICE-TAFT HARVESTERS NEEDED AT ONCE United States and England Must be Drawn Upon for Help Winnipeg, -July Ii. The Tribune gjithors from a number" of official and scim-ntiictal sources tlml Uic siiUtt- tion in regard lo tlie hnrveslers is ever worse llian was reiiorlnl 'a lev. days ago Jt was then stated on the RuUutrity of -I. Uruce. Walker, com- missioner of immigration that j at lea.st would hi-, required in addition' lo the ri'umar ed lo harvest the crop of tho ihruis western jinn'incHB.' Kacls anil figures show that (his estimate is very con- spr arrange the cclp.hratjon. The elate lielng cleared the council adjourned. VANCOUVER SOCIALISTS NOISY Objected' to Pastor Rus- sell's Attack on Their Belief at a Lecture Vancouver, H. C., July inlcrfcrciifr! of the police at a his lit1 Id in 'he lioisc show build- ing liiiiighl. which Paslnr Russell, ihe noted Uroolilyn and London di- vine, wns spender, nipped short what tui1 u time promised to ho '.i disluih- anci; iitriimy (.Munigh to hring the uicul ing (o smlck-n tcniiiiuilioii. The building was packed lo its capacity. H was during Ihe course of remarks of I'nslor Jliiss-cll, in which he refer- red fo Socialism as huiug practically identical wil.h anarchy, niul that, So- cialism would never living Ihe king- don of fJod, the illsturhancc iirosn. Mont-s and hisses giro-led Hie speaker with lliis slnlement, compleU-ly drnu'ning his next words and linUiiu; n slop to the Pas- tor linssfll sunghi lo proceed with his nildress, hut the uproar conlin- iicd and it was not till the police were to he seen going io the Far acc- tiun of Hit! gall where the dislurljancn to haw ociginnled ihat the allowed ,1 Not coiilenl, Imwcvcr, with MIC disturh- nnce they'hiW already created. the rioters cuicd, "Ktiual rights tov "DoM'n with slave and ol-h- er snrh shonts, anrl hi'Kni1 tp leave Ihe Umhling hy a rear iltior to the street -at the hack of the they galhcrcd and ucgau (n loudly fimongst tliciuselvcs. Oitc of their mmiUer, who ifc.is al- Icgefl made fiirn.snlf more trouhle.somo (han the fell foul ol1 (he policn and was quickly placed under nrrc.il.' At Ilic police station he gave, his naiim as Henry Fitzgerald, claiminir lo he a prospector recently rntnrnert fvoin ftlcainhnnt mounUin. The ar- rest: of I'iUserAld fiecmccl Lo have ilie de.sjrrd pffccl on (lie remainder of the lherinp, oiiLside with the exception of low-voiced nmlterings. Samples of Winter and Spring Wheat from Near Kipp SAD DROWNING AT FT. WILLIAM Gtorfle Peacock, a farmer liv- ing three ml lei the other side of Kipp, walked Into the Herald of- fice -yeiterday afternoon with the Lrgejt (ample of winter and tprtng wheat this year. It turkey red and all of It beaded out. The ipring wheat measures 46 Inchei while the winter wheat Ii only one inch, longer, measur- ing 47 inchei. This sample will be on view in the Herald office for thoie wishing to lee it. FATALITIES NOT SO NUMEROUS Chicago, figure's of the number or deaths and Injured in Ihe United SlaU-'B due to the celebra- tion of the Foiirlli ol show that, to dale 3S lives were sacrificed nnd were injured ns compared with -1-1 killed nnd injured last year, and 62 .killed and .V-.-W. Injured- in Fireworlis claimed IR viciims. ftrij arms 12, gun iioivrler 5 find toy 'IHHtolfl 3. FOR FOREIGN WORK Toronto, July is being speni by the F'oreign Mission Hoard of thc'.MelhoiliBt Church In Ca- nada this year for work in West. China and Japan, Al H meeting, A. J. Brace, general secretary of Iho Victoria Y. M. C. A., wis appolnled lo csrry on V. M. C. A, work'in Severn 1 other mlsslondries were.appointed to Cbi'na nnd .Japan. Friend of Sir Wm. Whyte Loses His Life While Swimming Fort. William, Out., July. iniirs alter, lie liatl gathered up ciniiinR of an unlinoivn man killed C. I'. It. t nu u No, I, fii (y- two m i U1 s west of lien.1, 1C. Douglas, tra.in jcman, was liirn.sclf cold death, and liis body has not, been rn- co.vcred. About four-thirty in tlic of P. Rnpon, Dpug- liis swimniinc; ab Uic nioiilli-of LJu: ofr the Kin- piro clnvalnr dock. Douglas ilovc a couple of tiinns nnd then seemed to lit. in iliHicullirs, calling for help. R a pon trsnoiiilrd and bringing him shore-, Douglas became desperate and jpapjdcd him in n VJCP- ikc grill. (iaiKiii shook him oil in Iliu sciiinp Douglas went down. dfivc: rppralcdly, hut was un- able lo rpcnvpr hix man. He rhcn went ashore and enip the alarm'. I'n- liot; uitli irons worked fur lioiifs, bill, liavp, .so far been iinnhlc lo loc.Uc (he Itwly, which lio.s in livr U'i'i, of wafer wilh uon.sirtRriihle current, so I hat i( may never 1-e ftmnrl. He wa.s a prrimincnt Ma.son and a friend of Sir WliyVc, who was nolilicil hv wire. HOT AT MONTREAL Montreal, July thermomet- er ruglsicred SS dogreot; In Ihe shade nt eleven o'clock today, on I. a light wind and a dclded ilccroasc in Ihe humidity made Ihe heat, more endiir- ablt. A BIG YIELD OF SPRING WHEAT Likely to be the 3est Ever Harvested in the R..V. out yesterday to Iii's farm near Chin, ami rejiorLs cvoiiB proBreasiOg..' favorably. Chin district this yeKr. will luive by far the largest in 'that district, anil the -'ning will be made hy the C. P. K. for ping gi'alu from that point. .Mr. Oiljbons hronRkL buck with hiiu samples Hnd wheat firoivn on" his (arm, which show really remarkuhle growUi. While ihn spring wheat is not long in ihe straw the bends are over five Inches in length and filling- well. There Is not the donM in-his mind, he says, thai spring- grain will produce a high- er yield this year Until ever before, li'all wheat Ihvnngh the country west, of the city nlso looks well, and mdJ- cations arc that Ihis crop will he be- ginning to rljiCH within three wceka. .Spring wheat will be rciicly for Hie binder not- very much later. A sample flux pulled by Mr. Gib- bons from his own plnce shows that this, crop promises lo exceed by far all previous records lame yield. Air. Glhbons has a field of liO acres which stands evenly at a height of twenty inches. During the last Wfie !it has come inio the yield should be, from present appearances, In excess of fifteen bushels to (ho acre.1 Flax Is ;i very valuable crop and it should not he many years be fore Southern Alhcrla leads the con- tinent in Us production. Gibbons h.is been doing a great deal of travelling- through ihe south country this spring and he is greatly pleased with the profipecu. Tie says Hint the crops between Mflcleort and Tabor are hct'er than he baa ever fieen them although in some places rho gophers are doing a lot of flam- age. Cm worms too are. responsible for the partial loss of a few Heltla hi various district, but from now on they will no! be able to do much dam- age. As for the weeds, ilnce the rain his assured (he farmers of a good crop, .1 great many of them are pay-( Ing special altention to the eradica- tion of noxious weeds from I heir 1'nrms, and are making very good pro- gress in most cases. MANCHESTER SCENE OF RIOTS Carters' Strike Has Forced Cotlon Mills to Close Down July situation Browing ouL of llio strike of carters rurlher compllcHled today by the enforced Idleness oC cotton makers, .Many mills were unable to obtain coal and oilier things and have been com- pelled 10 Blurt down indefinitely. TlironsE'of strikers find othc-i's out of worlr an tlic streets. Several hundred coal in in ere struck Mi is morning in sympathy with carters aim dockers, who luive not- yet. re- turned lo work. Troops and noliee arrived this morning. The1 re was an occasional stone throwing but the police ijnickly routed Lliem. Strike leaders declare roughs and no strik- ers are responsible for the rioting ihaL has -taken place In some cases. Strike nickels ca-ouenUeil with the police in quelling disturbances. Striking Seamen Riot .Amsterdam, NerJierlands, July There was hoi fighting in harbor district here between rioters on one Bide and police and troops on the oilier hi early hours ol' today. The strikers stoned, the police and the troops replied with rifles. The strikinR shipping .men UIRII produced revolvers and hi ihe lusihide that followed a number of persona were wonntleil. The r troops ultimately routed the strikers and later yiiiroleil ill slrong detachments. London, .July al'.Man- chester and .Glasgow are threaieiilng1. There, wns n great deal of disorder nt bqth places today in connection with the shipping strike and laic to- night troops wans dispatched from Litchfield to .Manchester. The police engaged in protecting (he IIMII removing goods have been severely maltreated hy strikers. At Glasgow the sailings .of Anchor liners ure doubt [ill -The seamen and firemen say they will not return to work un- til terms are .arranged with the Inbor- Has Your Name Been Taken by the Census Enumerator All the city enumerator! have 1o the commissioner, R .V. Gib' bans, and he will tend tc Ottawa on Monday, July 10th. There may still be a few penoni within the city vuhoit names have been missed by the enum- erators, and Mr. Glbborti aekg once more Vhat these people no- tify him of'the fact immediately. This Is a matter of the .utmost importance and it ii the duly of every- person in the city-to see that his name is on the record! before next Monday. Mr. Gib- bons can be found his office In- the Ott block- CALGARY FAIR MOST SUCCESSFUL YET Calgary, July lutlf holidny was proclaimed for the exhibition LO- (Uiy ami II, promises to make II, the record In point of attendance. A most, elaborate of races and nUmciions aro arranged and a grant time this arLernoon. Tlw weal her, which lias heen most 1111 certain during Ihe with Ihn ex- cepllon of yesterday, promised to all IhoiiRl) (.his morning was a llltlc cloudy. This Is practically Mm closing flay of Urn exhibition. Ihnuph Krlrlny Is official eel R way day. Ithstandlnp unfavorable weal.hor, tlie aggregate financial results so ffir exceeded last yenr which had sot Liiu previous high record. MONTANA GIRLS INJILDRACE One Rides Her Steed to Death and 10 Others Fail to Finish Moni.., one nE (lie most undiirimcc races ev- er si'rii in this part of wlicrc I he riders were and ivherr, tin; iiorsfis WPVP pnuiulcil ami riil'.lnn so hard ilia I (jnc steed foil den (I un- der I ho jiiicc, was Uic fcal'iirc ioduy of the Four I h celebration in I his cily. The contest tomied ".WOUKU'S conriur" race ami ivjis over a 'conr.si! of ij3 milcfj. was wil.ncF.sed i y several ilmiiSfiml spccl.iiors, wlin clictrcd Uic cowgirls on in I heir mad careci. Tlie first lap of the race was 22 miles niul covcvi'd h. WE and 50 niirHit.fts. 12 o'clock ice Scott, aged Ifi, rode uiul-jr 'he wire first., with icrile aged 15, following in Amaiifla Jones, i I, ;is UnnV r liorsu WIIK .so thai it sUggcrciI 'i M. a wn'k. Anotncr jfirl of Ifi n'jilt! ner .'il .such a furious H Kil after covering 3li i'n u'Jinr Imrsts ulivycd out Iv .liiii al of tin; yuuiiR i.: In wire. OVER A HUNDRED YEARS OLD Perth, Out-, J.nly Hohert IhiRhes, connty'R oldesl citi- y.en, riled at her home in Iniiisvllle this morning, at the aRp of 102 years, nTlor a shorr Illneps. Her son, Rob- en Hughes, u'an buried iroin the same Homcsleiid ai iho ape of H7. She left, many grandchildren and f-nuidtthUdren, some In skalchcwan and. 'Alberta. RICH GIRL OF 18 EXPLORES JJQRTH Daughter of Cleveland Iron Millionaire Goes to Lab- rador for Health New York, .Tiily Miss Constance j tijii'Khlcr of Samuel' Ma i-her. i inillionaireiron ore in'iui amvrri in tins city yesterday tor Lhft. purpose .of joining Labrador of Dr.." WiifmC the [T.h'hyiilcd rxnlnrcr Miss Mulligv, who Is.only- will he" .y-pman lo lliis (lrenli-.ll, Ihe lirsi being full, foniierly' s. Miss "Aniiil Mlizajiclh Alacl'lanahiin, of ChicagQ, .who nccbni juiuicd Iier hiisluirid itq; Die north on llit'ir honcyinonn trip in Miss MallKiu gncs (o. tjiurador, as n missionary first' sup- posed, but for her health.' 'She has jusl. rniishcit school ;iinri her health has .suffered from her stud- ies. II r. Cjrouiell "is 'an in Ii mute rrii-h.i of the girl's fatlicr and it; was he ,a, t.rip uorlh as mm of several would rusiorp Jier littfiMli. Tlio trip (o the coast-of Labrador will In1 ma lie on Or'eiifell's (al Ictulor Yale, which was biiilt along lines suites Leil himsitir hy hidiHCriplions Iroin a nnnilftr of thy men iuleiv.sU'il in liis wort.' Oh Ihr first (rip of this in IftlO it. was Miniincd hy a crew of stiulcnls, iirnrly all clasKmsUwrpf Dr. 'Grentell. (irrnfr.il has devoted ulioud 13 years of his life to practicing, rncdi'- cinr amnng (he. fisliei'incn of Lab'ra- from llif of n round C'apc Charles, nnri norUiwiird io Hie Hudson almost the only medical- attendance these ncanlo have ever hail: .lie lias cslahli.shed liospilnls oir these barren coasts. Miss MnLher will he "a way about Uo monlliR. On licr.rcUiru she-, will loiif-h aL York licfurc iirocRediriR io her hoim; in (Jlcve.laml. j cxpciiitinn divMs the latler par I- oi i lliis week she will spent! uincli of IUT j time nt I In- ht'adqiiiirlpr.s of the Ornn- Fell association, liifi Fifth tivrnuc. MACRATH CLERKS Mniinii.il, July short lime ago a DelUioii was circiilHted ployees nf the tlllTordhi byBinesB houses of Alnernlli, aflkhig iliat .1 Imlf: holldiiy he granted to- thein each week. The prbiirlnloTB and mnfiiHgefa of the (liflercnl. lnuilneas 'honaea de- cided Unit it was n commendable idea and nnuoiinccil lodoy that HIIIMIH] iierecment. they hud decided their places of business nt oiie'pni. on Fridays during Ihe summer inoiijhs. c.vceul who.n Uir.re'is n'lcRnl holiday during 'thp week. Magralh umployeca will now have ft chance for rr.croRtlon each wock rtnrln.R of tho sninmcr months, whcn.n few hours' (resh iilr will bfl doubly wel- come after iboir IIJORC contlnement to BiulTy offices during the WHEATPRICE WILL GO UP What President Taft Really Said, at Indianapolis President Taft, in his speech, It now apucarB report! 'In morning published outside of LethbrUIge, did upt say that the wheat of the Canadian farmtrg would droi> In price, 'hut he declared 11 would increase. Hera is what Mr. Taft said: "It miy.be that the free admission or wheat from the United into Canida wid INCREASE to some ex- tent the price for Canadian farm en, but It will not the prlci paid to the American farmer beciuie it will not decrease the demand upon the American firmer for hit wheat." The local morning paper, In bold headlines, (old its renders that reciprocity, according to Tuft's spcoch, meant a for the I'aumlian farmer Tor htR wheat. report read: "It may be that the of whtat from the Unl'ed Stattt Canada will REDUCE to tome the price to the Canadian firmer, but it will not decrease the price paid to lhe American farmer for wheat." IJut Tflft never said it. CAUSE OF THE EXPLOSION OF THE MAINt Ci, 5.--Thi Ions of the 'r.ttiiSGd hy {he exploelon .of three aiich efiecU asrthat ;iipon the vessel wouM'have .bfien an -explosion (rom without. Such la the opinion 'of'Gen. 11. chief englneer'of1 U. S. who has returned soinil .IiiBpectloii of the. work "of-nip- Ing the GUELPH'S POPULATION r Gnelph, .July nothing. (lefinUe can he learned, It IB under- slootl Mint, the census ndirihow.a great increase In the population: of Gnclph. It was stated this morning tlml. it would reach 1S.OOO, Including College Heights. LITTLE CHILD Run Over by Wheels of Wagop at Fprt Steele, B. C lo lhe i Crnnbroiik, -Irriy drstresslns ninnrrnl a'. Fort, Stc.clc.to- day whi-reby ilic iuianl child of some sclilcrs Mho wrrc from ie stales Ihnuigii to 'Alberta, lost y life. Tlit' infant was .by its uuiHu'r. whrn a suridcn tho ''prairie .schooner" Uiren the child ilic gi'ounil and one or the wheels liasspt! over ils IicatL AiMidicr accident, of. a similar'na- Look placp today in this citv Tlic SDH of Mr. A. MacKinnon fell ofl a Imnhcr carl, (be wheels of which passed ovui liim, but happily not r'e- .siilling in dcalh, the little fellow WHS somewhat seriously injur- ed. FALL FATAL TO RCGINA YOUNG MAN Rcglna, July fall of-thirty- seven teet from the Ihird storey 'of Ihn new Roy Hi, George block proved fatal today to Ceo rye Moore, seventeen year old apprentice cm ployed hy the man who WRR en- paeed In pnlnlin? tho hnildlng. taken to tho hospMiJ this morning It WRH wfls found thai he waft suffer- Ing from concussion o.r the brain to which he succumbed. An Inquest .will lie held. NO FIGHTING AT Lisbon, .July rtiirpptch re- iwrtlnc fiphtfng. in Ihe ttree'ta Msbou nnd elsewhere PortiifAl wlih.nympathlzcifi of the arc untrue, ;