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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI, TEN PAGES ei July CENTS Number: 175 Chief Hatcher Led His Men lo Victory in Morning Contests Medicine llal livo and' LptMjrfdge "anil I'inOier Creek onb rcii ribbon each. in the morning events of Ihe Jireinoti'.s tournament, so that I'liit Jiad.-a fiuo. lead in the race -lot the graml aggregate trophy, Hysnticlic of tlio championship of the province.- results of the' morning conlf.sts ytcre as JoHnws "Climbing Contest 1, Max- well, rihcher, Creek 3, -Baker, .Leth- Kelly-, Creek 4, Short, Lethbriilge. 1, Hislip, J.elh-" bridge 3, Short, l-ethbrirlge 3, (lor- -Uon, l.cthbtidye 4, Camp boll, Lctli- bruise- Tiino, If 3-5 sees. Hose and. Ladder 1, Medi- cine Hat, 31; Pincher. Creek, 39 sec.; Loihbridge, "-15 sec1. Wet -Tea Hat, SO sec.; I'inclict Creek, 13 sec.; 3, tctli- bndge, no .time. Won .TUHherfdru" Cup The last event wasJJie feature of tbc mi i mine's sport. In f-his race .the team must vuii 500 feet 'with reel of hpscV.cnupfe it to a hydrant, lay feel, nt'iaL'Ii.-Alift nozzle, and thtow water. 'i'lic. Hat' team kept up their reputation for speed; -mailing a fine run, and attaching the couplings with' little trouble. -The- best time, ever made in tbc event in the -province wad 37 seconds. Plnclier a go me rim; but somewhat slower than- the Hat- Lofiihtidge'nxatlc as good a-nm ns MedfoJcc lint, but in coupling tb'ei novirle went wrong, -and the' wafer came through- before the ASQUH'H SJxTS DOUBTS AT REST REFUSES TO WIDEN THE SCOPE HUDSON'S- BAY CO. A BIGfTQRE -Medicine fffiyjuly la reported ibo llud- son's.pity- Co..has secured the street, school site, July discussion .tts whether the offices of I'oet 'ealci snali he allowed lo lapse, with jllic death oi Alfred Austin has' been set to rnsl by--the premier's inouiicrcmcnt' in reply to a question in" I the-house of commons yeslcrdaj'- Ho 1 Raid lio-iniemlcd tn niabo an appoint- !mt'Ut to tlie vacant ofiire, but was i afrai-i he could not accept tion to enlarge, tbtj scope of the of- fice by- making it a Laurcaleship of literature. REV. GEORGE H. COBBLEDICK, M.A., B.D. The pastor of Wtsley Methodist Church, Letnbrldge hoys TV as on, tlit owing the locnl of tbe face. Tha in is tho Rutherford Gup and il of. cuff -links honatcd "by tho of ketncrldgc hotels. "The -.laddftt aUmhlng. contest dummy contest Vag-one-of the T Ibo mornibg. It 'carrying dummy .off .-iKsT toot -roE the post ifunifay, "weighed ,Jod Us.. and -was soine-what utwrieldj." The race ivas' judged on both fhno and the mariner In vhlch tho- dummy was handled. UaxwoU of' Ftnohcc of the smallest men tided ?or the prize, was the winner, handling the dummy neatness and despatch. Were. Mnay. Spectators Tho events ITCIC hold in iroat the fire- hal! nn 2nd -Ave. before a large- orotrd, and when the "novelty (Continued CHANGE TAKES PLACE FRIDAY Superintendent J.- K. nuin. U tlia'c. P. R, at will afsinno the jnisUjoii Caiginy loft by the removal 6f: Mr. A. Price to Montreal, on Friday. CANADA'S NEW CRUISER govern- ment cruiser Acadia urrivecl today from She will go to Hudson's Bay as a survey Khip, taking tbe. place ot the Minto. OF THE mm mm 10 BE CUM {..THIRD READING: 109 MAJORITY. London. July the House of Commons tonight, tbe mtv'ion ot Andrew Bonar- Law, the OppoaiUonj-le'ader, 'Home itute, was tie- reated vole oi 352 to 213.- The'.bill thon passed its reading 'without tf Absolutely. Impossible to Ascer- tain just What Happened in the Cock-Pit BYE-ELECTION RdUlflford, 'ror mayor and ono 'romicilldr closed at noon, to Jay and called for.a three cor- nered for the.mayoralty.- Coun- cillors G. T. Young and R .G, Uaur- ier nre to run editor ot tbd P. IMixberry and R. W.'Dpcld >r.e'cftndi- dates for counclllora, Th6 be held July Mail Clerk Pope Committed for Trial One Haul was for IJat, July- S, chief clerk Aa. tho Crows Nest line, WPS sent up for trial lor rbh- faing mails on tba train. .Evidence given "by Thoa. ot Cnt- assistant postal ahowcd that, complaints had. heea- made trom Dlaniond City post office effect (hat force valuable ceft- iiterprf leltecs sent from .that office on June 23rd last, hail not reached .their destination. One contained which the postmaster at Dia- mond City was sending to deposit ab Cnlgary. Another contained cash, and-the third cash. On MB to Diamond to invastlgatp, be the accused nn the train at Lethhridgc ami told the hap -was serurctv lo'ckcd when he rweivod It that nifljlil. doming to Medicine Hnt on Jtfiy 'illr, Humphries got ARMY KILLED Houston, Tax., J.uly Loren H.- of the United States tion corps was killed early "today by tho collapse and tall- "oC his plane norlh of Toxaa City. He had rted hU flgbt from tlie avlaitlQU field In tlie eecocd army division nio- liliizutiou camp. S.-rlt is stated In Be! Ciratln lliat the total ties in a of 'bought "BonHj.tlme ago hy Sir Max and H. H. Bennolt, M.P., :and Svlll erect a mental. store (herpan, costing at least.half a" million, in 1014. It store ftili occupy thr- ivhich is yoo by i 30 -reel..., KING AND QUEEN HAVE START- ED ON TOUR OF NEARLY "-FIFTY. .LANCASHIRE TOWNS London.- -luly- King ant Queen received, Country welcome at yesterday, "they began their great .tout of :nearly fifty Lancashire towns. Both King. Georgo and Queei Mary talked yfreew Jo iue workers and accepted soverid gif'iQ. They" will be guestB of Lord tmd Lady Derby at Knowsley Hall, near Liveriioo) for a week, aud.last night they.weve enteruiined at a v'audovIKe jierform; auco there. WHITE, STAR'S BIG BOAT FOR ANTIPODEAN ROUTE ARMED WITH QUICK-FIRERS Lomfon, Tho White Star lino's new Australian steamer the Ceramic, arrived In the Mersey yes- terday altcrnoo.n after a successful trial trip, on uhich two 4.7 innh quick firing guns were tested at1 dis- tances front to This is the first, time been discharged from passenger steamship. yards. guns have White Star CHANGES !N BISHOPRIC Winnipeg, July Diigna, par- jab ot St. Honlfaco Cattotlral for fourteen yearaj baa- reaigneii in favor of MdnaSgnor Belleveau, who been nominated auxiliary bishop J of St. Uocifaco. Mfir.. Dugas retains tho title ol Vicar-General of the tlto- FIRE CHIEF EXONERATED St. John, N. B., July Mo Andren-a, district fire chief, of West 3t; ..Ibhti, on a charga. of incendiarism, wns dis- charged this morning after a hearing hefore the police magistrate. Joseph Knight Erstwhile Leth- bride Candidate Moved the monton Sensation REV. J. B. PlCKEU Pastor of the Christian Church, Leth- bridge, who had charge of the local arrangements for 'the convention which opened today ILL HAVE Servian casual-1 JEN TO BE APPOINTED FOR DUTY liave 1 '.AT BATHIG BEACHES amounted to upwards of. killed and Tvouiided. Tbo admit. they Rave lost officers and men. From ".the Bulgarian, sltlo'therai a corresiwnding estlniate1, butjpre-. Bum ably1 they .were. in. On tho- otiier hand, inCormalLon, irjitch has reached -London asserts t brft whole story of doaperate rcsistanco eo-forth) Is" much and that.'nothins liko .a real battle. .Ima. yet Between two .highly; divergent' Etatenionts it is not to Judse at the monicn.U At the.- moment 'It lii Iinpoasiblb (o" aUs'crimdinte -betvre'en the roporta, "Bulgarians iuawLiifi 'tbat'tboy have' had tho best" of, tbe. struggle. So far if is iwsit- ivcly declared in. nieBaages tficeived in official quarlors from Sofin that th'o Tlmok. division, of the Servian nrnis .lias been routed -with enormous loss in a conflict around Oviche Poljn, but Servians deny -they any such -disaster. 15KNIS GREEK WILL NOT PART WlTH WOOL, FOR LESS MONEY CRITICISM a soaioli warrant, and ivith CunsttVblfii "When tho wool growers-say they are going to hold out.for better pric- es, why "lon't they do H T havo. not. sold my clip yet, and-will not sell until I get. the price acaln t he- have 'sustained Exactly similar discrepancies are evi- dent between versions given 'out re- garding tbe figbt-his of the Greeks and Bnlgara, For etatnplo, while the telegrams from Atuons portray tho 'army: of King Constantlne pursuing HTi-ucchcchtid career of united vic- tory, it Is affirmed from -Sofia- that the same iirnsy ot me'n- has been and (Uspcvned. Under thesp condltinns it is useless to at- tempt any estimate of tho actual sit- uation so fftr as it cuucerns the event- ual, outcome of this n mazing clash of rivalry and hatredv The attitude of. Turkey is.becoming more clearly defined. H" IB tolerably ovlilent that she monns to utilize the situation to bor own advantage. The Porte ilomandeit that the tnvrl- tory wttlitn the Kno shall be evacuated by tlm liulgariana at onto, and i hero even run1 thnt -an effort wil ID recover Adrian'' Campbell, of tlie city got accused at tho Koyal hotel, and askcrt him to. eotnft Pope tooV have a lino niediiini wool is 15 crnts a pound, aiui t 'won't- cell for lew.'1 "Do you! think tbe presence, ot a off Jits overalls and deposited them gorernment M'onl expert- in tlie field and Ms grip in tho Utmboi room of j tended toward better asked tho hotel. They to I'opo's reporter. lodgingr. ou iirawnar slretH, where "The presence .or a wool 'expect tho search and'Arrest were inade as hero lias certainly givr.n the .growers by in the faro- nn advance in price, and I believe noon. Tuc-y'rcturced to tho I that if Mr hn4 here found, cbnijucK, money and flnvrtopes.j Iwo thp' grower B would in Pope's- efiecifl. Hnmphrifs iilcnti- i have horn (MjrF.iiniJed to try out his ficd tlm enveloiiefl as the cov-j experiment, for it certainly. -lookrd used lor- rotjlstercfl mail, and al-j feasllile: Wo hfipe that he lie ,BO the signature ot 1'ost-jon tho ground, in time to stnrt snmc- master C. of 'Diamond j thing City on the official Jor the inir'.sing which slip was itiiintt. in the, nwe-' .July policewomen b'e-'appoinled here. in. message -sent thfe' "rtjiihcil by Mayor Harrison. assigntd to the ha'thing clifiS'and pailcs. AccompanyiQR the message" -was "an prdiuauce amcndinf; the- iJplice "regulations' lo provide for the empibymcnt of women police. The civilian commission will arrange for pliyska! examination of Imd for uniforms. iT IN FIF1H ALBERTA'S ELEVATORS BEING HELD U F> Ottawa, July location ot1 tha interior BtorftRo eleva- tors In AJberta, is "not" likely lo be'made until tbo return of Hon. Georgo K. Poster irom bis 'trlji tho selection rests 'with the Grata It is "UB- derstood they" prefer not to reach1 a decision until ihe.min- Jster' of Trade and .Commerce returns. Tho location of the Saskatchewan -elevators tvaa made some months ago, and It. la Uifficult to underBland why tJio location of the elevators tn -Alberta should bo (Aelayct! un- Goodly Number of Delegates at Opening Session this Morn- Speakers Tho fifth annual conVantioQ. of (be Churches of. Christ in'Alberta oyened this "mbcninff.tn'tbe Oaledonien The board of management, Including BT. president, of Ok- II. Wood of Carslalrs Crandali "of C'nl; garr. rcel. when probloina of tbe church.'hoard Were dealt ivHb. At tenv sa onthusloetio de- hqlil. The larger part forenoon -was tuken with "reports1'of- tna previous convea- tlon, the ot tbe provincial arid the appoint- inc'nt of couitniitees for the ensuing year. Bibte Study School a "Vital Fnbtor in fchurcU-.Work." til the return, of the minister. In some cJrulOB -here there is believed to be a hitch over the selection of locntfoiis, and if such is the cnae, the reason for decaying the choice until Mr. Foster's nlnlnad. rc-iuvn, rolght bo ex- the subject dealt optc. Not too reliance need be on this latter report for It ie illfllcnlt to "HOD how the Ottoman army can advance over the one hundred usfles lhat sejta rates Chatalda from tho, tost fortress, but U seems certain that military preparations' are being mndc. lohl of tbe inlrmew -jjj'ith'I'ope incite cells in tthich Ko having spent the hut'.Majjisirp.lcj.Kf-aly refused to ad- .hnt- thnt' evidence." .tic ccjiisCitercil, thing. cvccol v hnwcvcij tlicre'jiviis sulTicieht ovi-j faU, farmers io Pope up lor Ulnl, J .v Tabor, ranrher ,ind vas in the city tnday on business and made this statement to the HcraM tbia morning. ,_ "Crops in the Taber district arc than 'limy ate lirre, from fibsctvittion, ami tbat" is jiaj'ing spme- harvest 'this lretvdyl round- Calgary, .Inly of ao. Ivngllsh syntlicnle, M-hlcli-nurchas- ciV a large of coal land near Cnumore, nrc In Calgary, making pre- for development of -Thoy have token ov- er about acres of land at a paid lo in the neighborhood of will build a npur and one-half miles long1, and csp to. be marketing tbelr coat In C'al- SRTX Octobert with in' an InHpfring- address by" Ker .AV. Seeds, of the Nanton church As ho exuressed the eituatlon hliq self, he '.'coyercd the whole ground when on'-his. feet." "Tbe subject ii one of. vast importance in the work of any from this de pailment thai Do. per' cent oC tbe re- cruits for-'active WqrJc emerge. Rov Seeds erophaalzed the, necessity tiK .the childron from the begin to the opportunities for EOT vice. -Thft primary View Mrs, Celesje Harris, Jelegate Edmonton, spoke briefly from the primary depart Trent's point of view. The. bible study class was led I Rev, -M. C. Ryan, corresponding secre tary -and ot missions for Alberta. Some of the Delegates Among tho" delegates present "were Rev, I, N, McCnsh, secretary oE thjot pc- by the lamily h'ut 'contained valuable paintings and other precious objects, nil ot wblcb were consumed. M. D.xRyan led bible study A message was left by from Peter's second "epistle. Reading of the minutes'and consideration cC roporla took "up the balance of the nfternbon.'session. .Thli evenlng the coriyentloVi will continue agrvJcbVaiia 13 stating that If Sir ".William Lover hod been ns loyal to .the anffraeettca ns Lancnalilro was to..Iho who la now paying n visit toTtho lnduatri.il centres o( tbe country tbo Rrs not bavo Toronto, Ontario, July 8, Tho wlH of tho lute Mr. Wtlmer llawko, vice president- of the O'Kfleto, Brew> ing. Company, Limited, has been filed for probate. The estate totals 517 and consists chiefly of stock and bonds In the O'Ke'efa Brovlng' Com- pany, Annuities of are given each of the ijistors. When tho, younger of the; j Georgo Wllmor Hawke and Edward Ilnwko, attains the ajri) of a S, -.tholes; tate 'will be. divided- equally b ;