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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta r L .VOLUME VI. PAGES Uthbrldge. Aibecter'VVedufsi.ay. July 9..1U1S- CENTS Number AND' REFRESHING M.lffl New Parliament, Will Convene J Mi KOFI" CONFRONTS 9i5AYiiu Redmond as Probable Premier- Jujy has b'ecn decid- >d to isfc ihp'Kfafi and Queen to open the In Dublin. Rule" Bill. passed ItsU third ridding'In "theUlouso of Coin; Rioii ou now in something In a .forecast of institu- tion of' Home; Rule, News] "the" act o'eiomini: I Ji understood tVklng.wm be advised U lo send for Jobn'.Hedmond, who will the Cologne, Germans-, July Xolody acquainted with-, condi- tions in .Balkans can doubt that "Europe will jie'cbatronted with ovents o'l'the ul i'ip-'.'.rr ih l: ,.V. V.1 !i quarrel between Bulgaria, .'and. Ron mania has "entered a now tiat IS PAYING ALL DEMANDS DE-I SPITE rfUSH WHICH WAS CONTINUED JTODAY 1'ittsWg. the Vitts- bure lor savings opeued for lodav the run started on Monday upon" tfco 'closing' of the doors oi the First Second National lijiii, was. resumed.-but not in s'Uth I volume as the two preceding "dais. Pqlice regulation continued to .be] maintained all the rcceivins win- v'dows were thrown open lor the use, of those" desiring to withdraw money from ttc'baiik. Those who.caiuo to deposit founii much difficulls- in btiug waitfd on quickly anil complaints from', President J.'.Jones who was elect- ink.. ill" the those as .111- 'i OR. PATTON O SETTLES TROUBLE _____. (SpeclaHo The Herald) Coulls, July received here from authentic sources points' to an early set- tlement of the. difficulty be-. tween Dr. Patlon and the It is under- stood that Dr. Patton has paid all duty charges asked by the department, being In the neigh- borhodd of 53000, and that thte caso Is now closed. '_ Victor Popie Convicted at Win- nipeg'.Proclaims That He is Innocent Winnipeg July Cyril' Pople. found guiltj murder ot the month's old daugttr of Eva sentenced I wiu'doubtkss ue IB" first "doubt lajbrlly "and the flret-datyjpr.hls. government will ad'- o'n 'ifiriu .and o'n OASIS'? Wl NN1PE G. N EW SPA PERM A N .W H O ".GOES'-TO TO START c'rs, menibers of the TVeEteru Asfoclal_ cd Press, heroNtodaj; ,ftor air.bver- Western Inr N .1 i "to bmg between 6 and 10 a.ni Thurs- day, September 26. Mrs. te abw'charged in, with the murder, up bear-. .Ing a', the next.anlMi. .-_ The'prisoner, fore passed, WM the usualVbortuaUsr to aake mint.'. He to tell Ma story and'on oeth said: 1 itind in froat.ot'my are nilnutw. 1 wilTiUmd wltn a lear consclince." I bare not commit- ed that crime." i- In conclusion Pople said.-that he could "prove an alibi but the. witness-, es could not verify the dates. chief justice said tUt.thj pris-: oner bad bad at tie trial and. tima tn "havn Drtt-' WARNING. THAT LOAN BLOCKED BY WAR HEEDED MAY BE BEING warniuK ot the London financial purchased the en- tire 1013 debenture tw City the city authoil o pw, time to.nave duced such evlde founQ'.him thd "justified' ,'jrom] the justineft 'the' .jerdjct' liitbugh THAT HAS BEEN.'V- Because the" Uo'ard of License Com-! mkiiinnernf at; "their .'annual 'isiltins Bif( i night two t Andrews .1 tJf'-rtirlj carjj the I .T; T.'.ir l lil.l. PIPKIN iiii' FFW .1 OLD' IN DAYr, AT ALMONTE-' li'.k" ;.J in an address read .by Manitoba Free Manitoba Free PrSss.'who.suc- hons. of: op churc rch Cv.'.il-l.1 -briir i' not iiHse 1 a'tlbnlt i cleaf; be no i s 'unless lt "t protect ti-atid property .ot. Oatboiio jy. now- stan tlie Krantingtof.lbe Hou'ever, .ted bj-'the Boar." mlsElonere, ss ll. Is.' _______ there..-. Jn'.lKatVpartliiii althoiiisb 'it r'hasv b ic-'ro-.'1" l l li Rw.iy ''AjiSURGICAL- OP-; Bsng seBtpncei for spn in'-.' 1889 fof Ingh- .wns yesterday l.r liiiyeii.ihwiihVoif-pow-f1'--1 I of iW'kci, '1.1'. V' Il: I I- W-senl to WwJ- I.'riinVwr.' relain in.inoHaw-rial I'arlianlent here a di In tlbc turn over "Tliat was the.'m. rerriainder of'tjifc e .J I SECURE i .'i..j V'tnotinh'tp-reject i I' "'of Com- i. _ v o- to -The bill -IN-INNiWAIl. -'oAVE FRENCH V-EMPLOVEES irom'.Rorae. in i the 1 rVUHJTi' -i- Eternal tr and 'The'owners l CMINESF K1: V.pfotssl; I j a. H. calch transient travel..-. McUonsM showed Had1 10 dcli'end on (he residents o( the rain. Ing village: tor.liIs'Biip'porl.-snil'as they- hotel' was thfec-JiiiMWrt ,of 'and .'th'e are :eaj niea lu Spokane, July; _ Klmball, real iilate. dea as-Sistan -Sirged-'with fraud la'iiiit tllei deal with then.1 rrescbtta allege in an'tgree'me'nt lo .tride' iwme real tatp.aiid cish I- -Jaw, .the coiincil pf.tie. this morning, ;4 it.'wad decided to .ask', for r Iteliy, Mr.- j 'He.li O 4'jTear aila'rrVv iies' for June' tie II nuw j iii f I V; Jollied' Qdjtf amhfcr fr .rnaay, ;year. :Brow.n thcj ily for. oommlMlon. .'_- the [an.'rs have naklng ,-Mt fodaf' efat- nat' the. ittirtet, coUl. .rle. waltdx tor a long tk thj Oijiaiy. mott the of Ji consleered. 6ne. 'of r. the rieftoU-frf -i-t ii ,1 .J. i VJ ir-JilLjfi ;