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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TEN PAGES Alberta. Monday, July 7, CENTS Number 174 LETHBRIDGE EXTENDS A HEARTY WELCOME TO VISITING FIREMEN Men Who Keep Fire Losses Down to a Minimum, in Alberta CIVIC WELCOME Mayor, Will Extend the Glad -fiand at the Meeting TonigHt Rroaien of Altiertn are gathered to- gether in J-athtrMgo today to attend the sessions and tournament of Ibe ctb annual. 'mooting ot the. Akhftrta, Fire- men's association. About forty visit- ing dalccatefi are present from BH tnr north Hod Detr, and will remain until tomoirorc night. Tha volunteer hrigadoe aco represented by from Jled- Dear, Plumber Creek and Tflbw, wlhls the olty brigades are rep- resented by men of Calgary, Medtcina Hat ami I-btbbrlflee'. in aH there were about Mty at tbo. morning; reBslon, but several more are expected to arrive on the afternoon train. The morning wae (ikon up with" preliminary work, and tie- questions in tho question box. .The latter' promotes to be one of the Cea tures oE tho convention. Chief Gnpjiy Smart of Calgary, dont of. title association and one of tlio leading fire fighters of tiie province presiding. Tfce- Calgary chtgf has at ivaj-6'taken a great interest in York of the Delation since HB earl lost daye, and this morning he exproai ed the hope that it-would grovi to hi one' of- the strongest organizations la tho province: .There a lo can Jflaru fb'e' poJd can learn, from the volunteer. mdetins ,U baing held In tb raoreation room of -No. 1 Fire sta. tiou In .the cllj hall, and IH open ti the jmblic. This. morning I'reaideu Smart eaiifecfalfcy Invited the ic be for JH his opinion t.lif- pub Hfc has not learned yot half tbe tie tails that go into the making of efficient department, With Chlot Smart on platform Vftre Chiyf Hauly ot the looal depar ment, ,and Chief Tucker, of Piuche Creole. .Tho convention. wafl n ten o'clock wid after the were ipionnaljy welcomed by Chin IJnrdjr, this being couvcnUo to be held in the meetin tot dovjn. to bualneaa. Chiet Smart 1 mi Idea) presiding officer, for he neve allows a dull moment during a Ho raakefl It rus interesting- to lh laymen to tlio firemen themselves A Local Stunt Adjournment taken at nooi At 13.SO a run was made by the. loca brigade to the Sherlock Building t show tho visitors how iho Arc cloy at ment of tliit city can get to the job.] Chief Smart was given, tho honor'of turning in the alarm tbat set tho Tx-hoels In raoilon. Water wan thrown i and llfo sarlng stunts performed for! the amusement of the visitors. At-1.30 niter lunch, the whole of the visiting forco was taken about tbe ellr In automobiles, vlaiting several poluU ot interest ending iho jaunt at Hen- doreqn pnrk vrUcre boating was the or-i nf Uio day. The official welcome of the city will fatojided (Ms evenJof by Jlardlc.- This session will be the moat Important one of the whole convention. It commences promptly r.t soren Rnd in thla connection tho president Issued word, ot wanting1 which flrn- men know to take io Election Tonight Tha annunl election of officers will be held ihLfi evening alao. after the remainder ot visiting' delegates arrive to fill out tha competing tournament will take place. Teams will compete from Plnchor Creek, Hat, Taher, and probably Lethhridge. The are alvays one of the-attractions of the convention .and the public can i peel a good afternoon's amusement if KO to Henderson Park fair grounds Lo witness ovnntG. every A HARD TIMES COMING .Hamilton, JoJr Tbere sooms JJllln itoubt that a depresalon Is on iho way. Tho Iiilerriiutlonnl Harvester Co., Hamilton's largest plain, hfta closed down" until tho end of August and HOIUO other con- cerns are on half (into. Vienna, Ihousand jdccrs anil nu-n of Hervlan Tiinok division killed hat-Ue witli the- in which Uit di- wns (Icfe.itm! according (o the Sofia corrcKpoitdrtit of the Hcichs- post- The vis ion constsffnl ol 000 niuii were surrounded liy Hulgarian'- army whiuli liail nutnank- ei! llifim. Only Tour thousand of tlio vians 'survived ;nnl liicj' wero t prisoners. Accoi'ilnig to others -.spapcr reports a Bulgarian col- umn of ll.UOU men had succeeded in the Servian town or threatening the lino ol retreat i army. London, July 7, n-lll of the Into Sir John .Murray Scotf, leaving nearly five millions to, Ij.idy Sackvllle, daughter ot thn, former Hr'ltlBh Minister to Wash ing ion, sustiiiued. to- day by tha jury u-hich hen'rd- the evidence m tho contest broiiHht by' Sir John's relallvea. The Jury found no undue indn- ence or frnud on the pEirt of Lady Sackville. OF THE MAYOR OFF HAROIE HAD HIS COAT BUSY SIGNING THEM TODAY "I haven't- time to-tnlk to you this morning. Oood day." With the sweat of his hrow pour- ing from his facet Mayor Ilardio greeted tbo.Herald reporter with the above words this morning. The may- or declined to be interviewed because he hadn't time', and tho reason was that he was working nfc douSlo ten- sion signing his name to the long de- layed bonds. This morning there were delivered to the city halt 000 of the live por cent, bonds sold to the Wood-Gundy Co., on April 28th. They represent the bylaw for One Man Cooped up and Country Being Scoured for Accomp- Horses Taken in Developements are Expected What will undoubtedly develop into higher up, and that tht trial vlll lin- a wholesale horse-stealing and sin UK- an organization ot horso gling tasp, iviis brought "to a head bwn Ioc early this iBomiae. when a bunch ol j TiVoTgot Si eleven head, ol horses were seized seeu at Hagnitti. He werrt aouth on the Magr.iih trail yesterday aHer- and a man namod James Chisholm by the mounted police. An accomplice, Jmi Carroll, alias Jim J but was nuon from a Coyne, is being hoarched lor. Tho en- tire south country, from I.ethhritfga :to Oardston and Colitis, is surrourtj- ed by special constables and mounted morning. point near in Magrath eaily thin Tho network of lookout! noiv on' hiK trail will maka it almoat impos- sihte for him to escape. .WHO WANTS THIS JOB Nelson, "July" 6. Nelson wants a coniiuissloner, and will pay a salary SJf J150.00 per month. The racanoy Iiae DRmi'1 caused- by. the TC- ;jgnatloji br'KTv. X. Scott, who iield'thp -nosHiau since March. The lias ample funds -for the b'ollince 61 year. MAIL CLERK IN TROUBLE" Hat, Jufv' S. Pope, chief rahway maiPcierk at' Medicine Hnt, has Lteii nrresind, cliurged with stealing fiom regiatoicd UEUT.-COL. DUFF STEWART Of Vancouver, Commandant of the Canadian Bisley team. warxl elevator .was tolally destroyed by Lire early this morning along with an immense, quantity ot grain .that was being stored in if. The fire hroke out shortly before five o'clock at the, lop of tlie tower. fue apr parntuij wae available; and, tanned hy a steady north wind bloving oil the laic, a Eow rods away, the entitc A bout- wheat and about bushels of oats were in the building. The company built the structure in 19CH at 'a cost of Thomas Cook, Thomas Kenley and other lo- cal with the Grand Trunk railway, arc the- owners. The loss is placed at partly ono of a feature In the way ot sport never seen before in bridge. Those Present 1 registered are: i-'rom Woillcirw Hat, 'McJara. Riilltvani, ward, Taylor, Coiller, DaUq'n, Yoo, Sanderson, Buchanan Swfliter and Ohtof Hatclior; from Pin .Aial. 'Chief Pooio and -Chief TiickorT M. .IVrlght Chief Oce; from Ta- on-page FIRE STATION ARCHITECTURE "la geUinsT to a fire, count by sec- tndBj not hy TJi.it ivae tlie advice handod out this morniTig Co" tue fireman In attendance at the convention Ciitot Stuart of Calgary he vaa from tlte quoatlon tHo "Should a. fire station evor be more than two storeys In height? The anawwoJ the ques- lion himaeir before anyone oUe spoke, and ho anawored in negative most emphallcnlly. he continued, "no school tiotiso fllscuM be mote tliau two storeys olth'er Bizlld them so tliat people may move round with the least possible danger of delay." Biit, K (iro BtBtlone are bnlH only two storeys In height, what IB to dono with tho chSat and Uio carried men of the brigade? That was tho nueaUon immediately Injected Into the discussion, and it was tbe hone of contention, rnthor than the question orlfinally H was diaciiBsed pro and con for nearly an hour .only to be closed by the mnrk from Chief Tucker of Pincher Creek, that no mutter how they might settle It among, themselves, firemen Axwld Ptlll coittintto to eat whan thoy found thn right lo him> them. On tho whole the disc HE a1 on WR.H vory ovonly divided, Chict Hardy luk- Ing Uauft with Chia( Smort. Tho lat- ter Is against having (ireman with tliotr fanilllos about a flro fita- ftro fifihting; and family iifo mltUaion. tlio rapid hibremt-iit oX.a Be- sides vilij fumllios in a fire station, the remainder of the men canuot have EC much freedom. Tht Offset Chief Hardy claimed tliat the pi dent's objections '-vcrc more tliun over come by tbe iactithat married man moi-e contented mid thorofore mor to remain with a brigade. Con Hnd conseqjiontix gredtor ofllc ienoy may be obtamod. This brought In the raatier of pen elons for- fir omen, a question Vvhich i Just now agitating civic authorltie at Culgary. Pcnaiona win liclii H lo to keep contented rhembera c briea'de. As. for their married ltd Chief Sinnrt thought tiat It could''b nrrnngod that mnrrlcd men could b given siich leave of absence an :iUow them to vlalt their homes nroh ably more than one day n week.- 1 this way it would be possible to married men In tiie brigade, but th families should not be at the fire hal Assistant Chief Sn-ttzer of iho Ha nnd Architect entered Into th discussion.'Their Mea wis thai-It wn a matter of practicability an emciency. would to decide the qncBiion. As for fire lialla more than -two Bloroya tn height, none ol tho firemen wo Banks iinfl Forty Water Involved the Crash nor u'ontd Architect of Calgary -July First- econd Natioiial Bank of Pittsburs. second largest in the city and ono the -largesl In llio country, was todSy. by pfler of the comptrot- er of The First Nation- Bank-of Pa., an allied S. K-uhn'sLtid-J. S, Kuhn .own .the mlroHliig: In he Firat-Saconil 3anlt nnd the Department over character of he bank's are Vaid to have led o the ordtr closing Us doors. No de- aile-of tbb differences .had been an- ion heed by tbe Treasury Department his afteri LOO E, Tha First-Second' National Hank Is recent consolidation of the First and Second-Katloufil banks of Ptttsburg, Fin'd has 'deposits of more than WO.OOO." The suspension.of tho Insti- utlon. precipitated n flurry around be PUtsburg-bank for savings, of which-J. Knhn is president. Throughout tlie morning piany rn- abciit the city that all Ito Kuhn Iiitercste Tvere financially nvolvofl in connecilojj with the EUS- ;ion of tnc two hanks. One of tbo L was that a receiver been nskert for the American Wa- terworks and Guarantee Co, The susiionslon of the First-Second National Bank of Plttsburg and the First. National Bank of -McKeesnort, caused considerable excitement In tbe downtown district. Shortly, before noon the following notice was posted th o doors of the a l-S econd Bank: "Payment of all Hems maturing Itere svit! he received. o'O, (Stgn- C. G. -Mnrrflj'. Scale T." on Savings Bank As word of tbe Ruspanaton of the Pirat-Stcond National Bank became generally- known, depositor! of the Pltlsburg Bank for Savings, located a few block's awny, started a run on that Ijislltutlon. J. 3. Kuhn Is president of this bank. Several UIGUR and persons conEregaled ay out the rat-Second National Bank at noon. A, squad o was ntcc saa ry lo kaep tb R "groat noon-day-crowd an the Up lo 1 p.m. no Application had been jade for a receiver In the Federal CQUrU, Washington, D.C., July le- gal reserve of the Hrfit-Sccond 'Na tlbnal BanX of Pittsbirrj was deftc.l cnt by on Juno 4. the dato of'tbe inst call by the Comoptroller o the Currency. This brought the sit nation to a climax. Treasury offlclnls after" an earl, tort-nee over the cloaine of the Fist-Second National Bank ot Pitts burg.. announced that an officla statement "would be laeued this after noon defining the situation. Preliminary reports on the cond tlon of the brink seem to Indicate tha the financing of n new oftice bulldln in which Uio bank has HB offices, i connected with tbe difficulty. Tb police, and bis capture is looked lor J little is bnowa of the accused, within tho next twenty-four Imura. jbiit Cnrroll is known lo have vorkH The police have been suspicious ol [for Jack Galbraith on hia ranch jiisbi crooked work for some time, and the border. He la described as-1 Scrgcanl-notective _Ashe has been [being about 23 VERVK ol age, 5 jcaniptog along tne border watching j u inches in has a sort of 'and waiting" lor developments. Thcjaim over eye, wftars-a cowboy, hat, biicksiciu shirt, corduroy trous- ers and riding boots, Tho Imrscs are aU branded R. G. on the left shoulder and cheek, and tbe owner lias not yel been-located, across I he line, sinuggletj, In duty, and nurtb ipr sale. Trace ol the horses was lost in Leth- bridge, and it is believed that they nere cached In slablea in' tha city. It is this theorj' that leads the police to believe that there may lie some local men implicated. They were fouud on the open prairie about 3 o'clock this mounting by Scrgt. Ashe, and are now corralled at the Bar- racks. Ciitsholru is lodged in the guardroom, and is rather jnfxctl in his explanations.'Lie tells two very iJificrent- stoiics, and the police be- lieve that he is the hireling ol men but it is thought tliat they were stolen froit near Citibank, anil that fhe original Iheft consisted of probably head. Tl-.e stritig is a good one. They aro young and well built, and make Rootl saridlft stock. They are severely gaiited up, however, and signs of hard driving. Tiie horse lhat Carroll is riding is a bay, and is also supposed to be stolen. LethnvIUge's _v _______ _______ queatton of tfic npppintnient ot a city j Vere the most imixirtaiit tters the' council at its Tbe for '1 1 general '1 up; "by eV Letti- Mnilting waited -on connection with additional spur trackage. Sick complainetl of the-lack of w.fttcr preesure and the muddy condition" of tJie water, ins Lbnl the council lose no tlnie in remedying matters, as, he said. Iho first thing" industries locating "Viere. will w.tll be 'about the quantity aiid, the'.water j The, mayor jwould .bo glad to the? city X'tJuW -undertake :L present fiuancial difncultips. The city engineer question bad not been discussed .uiv to the time of going lo press, but it is understood that Mayor Hardie will recommend lie, himself, talro supervising con- rot of the department fur the time The council asked to invito 'rcnilcr and MclJi ide to ai- end tbe irrigiiUon convention. Tho city solicitor advised that tbe ,lly council was responsible for the inodlnsr of Jlie Dairy Co.-cellar, laiimges' are asked. recommend them. HulM roomy with (iormltorlos instead of separate rooms for the men, give thoin n com- fortable sitting room, plenty light, ven- tilation nnd BanHary appllanccri .and tho two storey fire elation is Lhn ideal, TJiR.d.nuhle ahltX ej-stem for (Iremeti was dlftciHRGi! to dome longtli, hut con- us .too costly, and InefncJent.- bank's capital ia Hove CANADIAN CIIIES SIR FRANK GRAY, P.fi.C. Supreme Recorder of the Knights of Malta, Instituted a Commandery here Saturday night FUTURE OF IHE LEiiBGE EXffiTI much of tlinl. If any, is Impaired IIB. not tot-en deflnlfeJy determinad. CO.'Goes, Too Piltabiirx, July for rectlvershlp for tlio "Wate- worka and Guarantee Co.. WRB riled in (he Ke.tleral Coirrl at l.ufi this after- noon. Tho company coniroia v-aier- Corks' plaula fu thQ .United Stattp. To Citizens of On account or the rainy weatHer tliat we usually have ditring the lat- ter part' ot June and" owing to the I act that we were unfortunate enough this year lo havn rain every day ol our Fair, them has been considerable criticism regarding the changing of the date of the Exposition, we wish to explain lo you some of the prin- cipal reasons lor making this change. For the past three years we have members. of Canada Fair Circuit, The members uf the circuit "and dales this year are1 as follows LetJihridge, June 3-J-2S'; CaJgary, JunD 30-Jnly 5 Winnipeg, July S-1G; Brandon, with the Dominion Exposi- tion July 15-25 Regius, July 28- August 2 Saskatoon, August -i-3 Edmonton, August II-J6. We have in. the past been the last on thft circuit, lollowing Edmonton, with the Fair thn third week in Au- gust. Our representatives attended the meeting ol the Association this year, were instrutied to try to ob- tain a date in -'uly, hut this was to ho impossible, and had to remain cllhi-r lost 'on the circuit, or come in Tits t. Our principal reason for deciding lo come in first was that, in August the farmers, upon whom wo largely depend tcr attend- ance, are in the middle of harvest, last week in June the farmers are jnore 3t libertv, nnd we could and diil obtain iraiiis. It is contccded hy sotnt ilmt our fair should lie in September, and that this year it is much loo early. In connection with this, you v notn by the above list, that the two biggest fairs in Western gary and Winnipeg, 'are next week and the week following ours, and a September Fair have meant jumping out of the'circuit. Being in the circuit means thai bave live stock exhibitions liore from all over Cnnaila and we have the best rare borKCs that arc raced io West- ern Canada. Our races arc handled by professional grand circuit men. are enabled to high class .attrac- tions for the platform and the mid- way, none of which we could hopt to IISTP, if we tt-cre out of the cir- cuit. The Lelhbridge Exhibition Hoard, Alien JacV, Secretary. The Herald understands thai next year the racing program at the fair he turned over to the Lelhhridgo Turf Club, and in all prohahllitr the will go hack to September as a consequence. and to the C.P.K. hav- ing Jiarvestcrs' evcutfliqns on at that we wrrc excursion trains in to ohtain" any August. In ,lho IT COST HIM .MooBe Jan', July 5. .Magistrate toJay fined James J10.00 and coats for disorderly conduct. !Io was one of the Americans who Edition of Statist Deals With Situation in a Moderate .Tone London, July In view ol the re- cent criticism It !s significant thai in Saturday's Statist, the leading finan- cial review, appears an article cover- several columns, dealing with Ca- da's financial derstood that the writer Is Knowles. editor of the He points out that Canada's heavy borrowings mostly have been for what may termed foundnOon nurposeH, such as bulldlttg raatu tinea of ways. __ "It hns been pointed the "CIiHt (be weakest spot In the financial situation la Canada lloa in horr.oTlng by small munlcJpali- ties. Doiibtlefis iheso horrowlngs will ultimately prove of great advantage, hut it certainly hate heon wifiEr for tho sina.ll nnihieipaHtles to hftvo watted, antl, as It were, have nVuddled, along without any heavy burden of In- until they were In a position to horrow without any einlmrraaBment, But evon niunlclpaHUes which borrowed larger Rums than their rato- able value in a period of dopreaalon may warrant, may succeed in getting gh without serious difficul- ties. In guaglng the. strength of th'esg smalUr H aiiouJd not he forgotten that the Canadian yov- ernment la allvo to the neceasity. ot asalatlng In the protection of the conn- try wherever It may letm !o ot auchaaa (stance." fn proof of thfu contention, the .-writ- er quotes tlia guaranteotne of- the mortgages of (he Grand Trunk Pacfflo and CnnadJen Northern The article concludes: "It Is evident that C mart a 'has al- most accomplished her large amount of foundation work, and a compara- tively small expenditure of capital in the next decade In proportion to her growth of her' population Im- mensely increase the product, power and income of the coouutry. Provid- ed British Investors have real cause to question the safaty'of their capital in consequence of tba Inability of nurafolpsittles or others (o-meet Interest obligations, there are good firpunda for expecting- that British capital will continue to flow lo Canada to continue her development, which 1ms mads such wonderful progress during the last Doubt lean Urn high rate of now commands throughout' ilie will confine demands for capital, for a at nny to really strong evening the Stars and Slrirea on jho streets, nfier celebrating July i, uorrowera heJr neetlt at reasonable Howev- er, this applies not-only to D'ut" io. liU: ;