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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta July THE DAILY HERALD Page 5 Whenever p-aoplo of; taate gather. togethenKen- tucky-a fav- orite of 56 years aged high quality, Cedar flropfc Whiatey hua first call" daring t'Jiraa OOiNliSHMCAPI; nteresling Passage in British House as to Policy of Australia's Navy Firemen Practically Re-Elect Retiring Men Will Meet at Red Deer -ondon, JuJr tho Houao of Hod Dfler will do in what Leth Commons today. Sir OiUtoiL J'ai'ker} bridge has juet haO tho honor ot do- nterroeatert the Ft rut Jxivd of the Admiralty, as to whalhor tho.Aufitva- Ian government had accepted Admiral Itjudtraon's- naval defence scheme. Mr. Churchill regretted, however, hat he could not undertake'to ans- wer concerning mattsrs un- der the control of reBjionelhlG Ing, that of welcoming the Provincial Flromea'B Convention. The delegates from that hustllug little burn enlarged on tho wonderful adaptation of thai place' for the holding of firemen's meeta, "and tlisy wou out In comueti tion with; Calgary. Assistant Chlet Geo M. Wright were tlio-en tho north, while Chief utera of tho Crown In lhe Domini Snort's "dearly beloved Mr iV> upheld Calgary im the only .OHB. General information to the' fl{ lhe Unto of development of the Dominion flgllterB. The nomlnatlon of Calgary liavU lev rices WSB no doubt relevant waB withdrawn acme- discussion to thB naval policy of the governmentjchalrmaa Smart said that hla cxper and would continue to make ienCQ bad been that Avhon statements on the subject when Eng- bad met In larger towns, lish policy irae under discussion. had forgotten the real proper channel of coTmrnunioatlon oj mission and had tlrst Dominion governmeot on "spefiric I taken ln shows In town, points. Mr. Churcbtll uddeil, was} Tte officers were elected through the Colonial Secretary, j for tha'year 1913-14: Sir Gilbert Parker: "Arc to un-j llojl_ C. Bennett, deratand lhat the lion, gentleman de- allies to ask "Information from the Australian government In regard, to matters in -which the whole ernplrt Is Mr. Churchill replied tha.1 ho cer- tainly could not'decUnc to eiideavor to secure uroper information, for' tho louse of commons, but that he hound, Ha this'was tho first question ot the kind that hail arisen during his tenure of office', to make clear that the admiralty, was not in a position to rtiply to a question obout a dooi- If it' were this navy.. ,lf they were to' that'. It glve'.oftensc. Hon. Cocl.rane. Hon.'3nd D. L. IffirdLe, Fleming. Smart was elected by standing vote. Vice Hardy, Second H.itcher, Medi- cine Hat. Third FanlcLs. Toner. Shorl, Tucker and Swlt- IJatcher and Fatilds nnd irdie are HID only new offlc- the remaining teing re-elected to thtni selves. REPRESENTATIVE Dp FRENCH .OWNERS OF FRANK MINES ON WAY TO ALTA. _ Mr. Bwns'rd, liquidator of tho Canadian Consolidat- ed Goal Company, Linil'ted.'is 'On1 his ;w By'-, from to Frank.. and, ti 6i- yeoted to' arrive here -the lptierf part of the'-frrokX It-ii Uj'afhe will and that tiie French things aha'ped .up lug' derations" may rosump la rear Cuturo. The.mluoB or Can- ftdiart ConiotldatoA (joal Co. hayo g Idlo .alixofl- D ecu nib or la at, Jato fThej-. have'aa hero and ono of the fine at plants in "the" wogt, aiid once .the. mjn' the. 'town, shoulcl fiourlVK', i ho L bo moving the Union. Hotel. Al- fred Manuel, proprietor of the Frank Hotel, haa a building'under coin-so of conatrubtkin at BurmU expects to open an hotel thure-.ln the near.future. H.. Hoives RoberU. and Harry C. Moore, our two-'popular lawyers; have opened bfllcoB arid Dlair- inore respectively, public schools cloKed for vacation. Principal JJc- y tor Miss OiJJlam'goeg to. Rdmcnton to attoud flcliool'.tliorc, and- irdonh! Vas -returned 'to- her ho s -'lifts "aoliJ big-Blair- t; and.; barber shop to pool.' '51'Vj.v .Church .vof.-- Maotcod" -'atfrl Intends ley. yH Qnarantftq- Company, Th'o Truata took, liold hero iQ6t'Jottuao" sad liara Ve-pt Oio property In BO fhat'ln CRSD'the company con U nil M It will be a "mfttter nf only n few Tveeks when bo inorketlng "a large, too- Mr.-Palmer, tlio conlractOT'whp, haal tlio contract for moving the -biifldlngsi to tlio ILBW towiwlto -west of tho Jlocliy. .Mountain Sanatarluin, IB fioing uliead" with 'tlie work as could be Ho Is at present' mov- ing the P. tjurnB Co, inea.t market. It Is understood that George, Skeldlng of Mncleod is .fo.heip.ODt on some of tho businnsa His Qrst work staYo, 'uai two trip and. wlll'.viait Ontario- Tlid'IJlafritt'tiro' tow; ordered tho streota graded .and and''ore oijehiug >GP.Q couple of new Etraata'which 'win ndd groa'ily to: the convenience 2nd of ih lt be. ortho fflwtfn thftt fae lr- .Hy ore of tnlMcf re.pimaiWllty nd .Khough the Admiralty would try I Uined entirely at the expense of Dominion, the. portion..of the Judge 0 obtain iDforaitlqi, whe, properly Assiatant chlet Qce ol Red if Tabol. nna fc Flomlng ot Cal- i naked If" Mr Medicine Hat, Oeorfift l-ang of C I W. Spader of Winnipeg. ..tbi, o c a ttie Sir Gilbert ..then jhurclilll would aak ,tbtj gi of Australia for the information.' which (he Houee Mr. Churchill "Jfi bring-Ihi- ,uev AM. nnd Aid; Skoith, arid H. Mlebach Norman Macleod -were present appoSnUd bjr, Chiot Tucker and way, and stated it would perhapa a ao Guitfible to-asK- in whsil way thojn fovernment aUould ask for the.inform, j ation on matters connected with their naval "Ft Is a matter entirely for the Colonial concluded Mr. Churchill. The welcomed to ARRESTED LAST NIGHT ANGUED CROWD AND CALL- FOR REAL RIOTS July Sylvia Pank' hui'fit Vv'aa arrested ivitb several other luffragettes at at Bromley A ivarra'nt hud been Issued -Jor-ier had failed to appear at How Street police court last Saturday morning to answer a summons charging her with Incit- ing A crowd to raid the resldencee of tho ministers in Downing atreot on -0. MIBS PaDKJiursc inado a mat.ln. appeamnco aX the meeting Several speakers had announced she night by May_or Ilardle "who, in a feu irlef. remarks extended a royal we! cope to tbo Tjsltora on behalf of the city. The mayor was unable to at tend the morning and Aid "Williamson spoke, in his capacity was .very much pleased be In a po El tlon to welc ome B ucb a 'fine of uio'n, aad extended to [hem the freedom of the city, with" n wish thai 'ThVf "uiight- fnllr enjoy ihoir Bhort atay In our ally retired to keep an ufgeut appoint wont. Pnpers by Chief Meers, of and Clilcf Smart, of vore then read and adopted. Some very, and well takei Questions were found In thn box, an an hour or more waa .taken up in th ig nnd riiscuBsIo.n of these." The oH answered to the aatisfactlo oC the inquirers, President Smar coming to tlie rescue when any ver knotty .-problems needed dealing with Tho Calgary Cblel proved himsalf nisstnr of debate ai well- aa wit, an kept the meeting in a continual slat was coming and had made The questions submitted ihre.ita It might im necessary lor of hysterics. Ho WHS fn" evidence In the despatch of to tine business which required (act 1 handling. th bo the audience to protect her till she could complete her speecli. N'early an hour i the meeting began and EASTERN TOWNSHIPS QUEBEC MAN SUPPOSED TO BE MURDERED IN- TEXAS July 8. Tho mysterious years ngo of Wilfrid Pope, a mer- chant GI" riroiniuonvlile, Quo., haa been clofired up. Tho ot J'opo creat- ed quite a Kohaatlon. for it was gun orally supposed that he had. been mur- dureij, Word, howorcr, waa received today by. Clilnf that Popo uell nnd residing in Texas. Tope's -horao was found ono winter morning-, tivo ,yc.ii-s "lying