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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald __ IV. Monday, July JO, MM I. TA6ER KICKS ABOUT THE CENSUS Claims That Many Names Have Not Been Taken Need of Elevators Taber Board of Trade Deals with Important Matters (Special to thf Herald) Taher, .'ult 8 meeting of the Eoard.of Trjitie in the.coun- cil laal'night, a good num- ber being present Thr secretar} stat- ed that thelncmberahip of the Board was over 90 were in good standing 'The chairman of tlie Celebration committee staled thatjie was unable bo present port, as-the accounts had not al come in, hut he-thought there wouli be a substantial balance in favor o the Board. The question of more elevator coii'.inodation to .handle the prospec- tive large crop wan discussed at length The president, G E Ewing slated that he was in communication mth one frm which had -assured him that the; would build here, and Mr W W Douglas also made a similar statement t letter from the Donate Hoards of Southern Alherta showed that this bodv was taking- active steps more elevators djstnot i H The irtittW pt "a direct road Oral CltyMrom Taber along the gov- ernment road allow ancp wns brought up Mr, Douglas The present road cuts across'.an .open and 'is liable to be closed at an} time The dirc't road n crossed In tvio deep coulees and it was decided to take the matter up with the Department of Public Worts, wifh a view to hav- ing them bridge these two coulees, it tiemg pointed out that the work] would, have to be undertaken at no, distant date J TrUBweli mentioned a mat- ter which lias been the minds of' manv of the citizens for come dats, and vrluch has giten a great deal of itreet talk Mr 'I ruswell said that ,v large number of prominent and otherwise, had told him- thav.they had .not.been taken' on the .census... The ,President reail a list of about 20 names, some of vvhom new present, who claimed that the enumerator hail missed them great deal of discussion follow- ed which, boiled down, came to this, that the Boaid thought there waa room for serious criticism in the way the leniis hadibeen taken, and while thev did not wish to impute any blame to the (enumerator himself, thev thought his assistant capable of doing ths work properh, as he had been aw a} from the town for two vears, having returned but a 'few months ago, and therefore could not be eupected, to know the town limits or the townspeople The remarks of the members shotk ed that the feeling was ten strong, and R VanOrman, the enumrra tor, who was present, stated tlut, he was willing to shoulder any blame, at the same time he was, prettv- sure that verj few, if anv, had been missed He ad- mitt'4 that his assistant might have missed some hut was willing to dn (ill in his power to have the matter adjusted. H_was decided tbat'a list of all those, who thought their names had tiejti missed should'be handed to Mr who promised to see thai thft appeared in the censm re- turns, It was decided toda} that the Miumm'tor. should, if possible; get the back and go over them, carefully. Onsus i.rpTnmissioner Oibhons took1 Ike iratter up with Ottawa and it n. WILL RUN A SPECIAL TRAIN From the to See Ely, the Airman Arrangements have been made with the A. R. connec- tion with the-Rly airship denionsim-] tioti Miere next Friday afternoon it I the Henderson Park to run psccial j trains every half hour, commencing it one o'clock from the depot lo the fair grounds. Tickets 'will lio sold i whicn cover tlie'cost :pf fare to and from the Bromide and the prici; STdllBFEUBOPEIHIppNBTiPJBTICIPIIIITS. MR. HADLTAIN WOULDN'T BUDGE The A. R. I. have also an- nounced that thev will ghe special excursion rates to Lethljridge and re- urn from all points on their HUGS n the south. While the C. P. R. have not an- lounced any special rates for the day, there will ue a great many vlsi ore from'every town on.their lineB within one hundred miles, and these, if ten or more, will be a'ble to avail themselves of the company's special parly rates, that is, fare and ,'for the return trip. Those In charge of tills 'iiover.exli bitlon are leaving no atone imtiirneil to make this day one most pleasnnt and educative "of.'any exhi- bition day seen in.thecity; and there Is no doubt that thousands will avail themselves of the opportunity of witnessing the flight of the first flying machine ever .eeen In. South- ern Alberta. History made on Friday, and in the years 16 come Ihe and girls who see fh will of it. as one of'th'e'most pleas- Alff Tbree lost tbeir and werajlnjured the flMt flsj of great cross country air the European ciicult. whicli slarted bound, for Utreebt, KmaMla. London awd'haek .Parh Two of met deaib shpitlj after (he iccomppHylnf pnoiOfrtipU tikeo atid third killed at Chateau Thierry thirty from Paris Fife feliHltifo a few of start and. were Injured, vVedrinca mod MVl R "V _ (Specia Ho the Herald) Macleod, Juh meeting of ihe directors of Ihe Agricultural Fair was I held hi the'town hall .on Saturday afteruoon but on acuouht of the small atteudanae there was not-'much Wsi: ness done, Tbe directois are making arrangements for various kinds of sports ,to. be.held at in lie evenings, of the fair. Among oth- er events .will be a iiiusical ride and other military sports which will .be given by the members of the Alberta Hangers here The pme hai Is out and IB much larger.than.any pre- vious one. The dlrectqrs.are looking this most aucceiifnl, largest and best attended fair which has ever .been held Macleod and thing so far points in this direction. APPROVE OF NEW C.P.R. LINES The latest issue oftlicRuilwav" Re- view contains notice." pt "the approval of the route, plans- of for their branches from Brooks 16 Kirk- aldj first station north 01 (mnian a distance of 63 milts, of the 'h ranch -from Sulfie'ld Kipp, a distance of 91 miles. Tlie plans of tlic KooUnay and Al herta railway for fifteen milns Iron Pineher to Beaver Creek, have alsi been approved PINCHER CREEK IN A NETDISTRIGT Reasons for Advocating the South-western Part' of Alberta, (Special to tho Herald) .Pmchcr Creek July 9 recent n ecting to the effect that lie 'foothills country should bo .de- scribed -'as Southwestern Alberta, ab pcoplts the mi a fr- ier its due Lonsidctalion Among oUi- cr. cnnteiitions. advanced, .ipf thcni-come pconiincntlj'. to affront place it is stated that ihe eragc pel acic here is higher than in-any.1 other portion the pioMnce, and that irrigation not needed. While Southern Albert has always enjoyed an enviable repi (ton For HIL production 01 i good crop it isx con tended that the- dedilo when regarded as part p.ucel 01 bouihein Alherta, Tail t receive the attention and riistinctio Mhich nuuallj coming to them [o the extra high taking pUc year hy year Weed Inspector I anc has been doin; work since his appointment t tint position last and the her of Commerce is now of ihe opm ion lint he has too much to do tho situation if has been sug gested tin! another weed inspector he appointed to assist thr pre'.ent, one i the discharge of dutiesi light tains fallen in the lasl v and tlio grain was looKmg hetler PRONTO VOTE WITH LIBERALS to th. Herald) Plnchar Creefo Ju'y Htrron, MP, Ottjwj on Monday, makloa calls at Win and Fort William en route. Mr vome of tris that has be of a within the conatlt ueney that he ,vote for reciproc- ity, .from .what your correspond: ent can learn... tha awkward which It may place him with hit party, Mr. Herron likely to vote with the government In thla iaaue THE DEATH OF MRS. J. R. CRAIG PLAGUED BY RATS AT WINNIPEG Winnipeg Mil} jre Bather Ing on the oiiukirtn pf the cltv After coming In from the south for aev'era vears, doing much on then wai, they are increasing and multiplvlng here with great raplditj The cjty threatened'with plague of them, as ia' staled In a.-report by the provincial department of agricul- ture. FANATICS AT MACLEOD (Special to .the Herald) Mtcleod, July Saturday nigtit the two religious fanatics were chMed put of Calgary lait Sum da> nlfht, arrived In on blcjcle: Iliat instructions have I and delivered their preachln'gi been issued to take a new at I Main street As there was a erj Tater Immciliatel) Men named by crowd payed anj attention or the Board 'of mill appoint- would listen to them thej got tired do'.the mark, and quit la abo-Jt fifteen mlnutaa, (Special fo the Herald) Mncleori, Alta Juij inner- il of Alis John U Craig, died at, (rtili 1 ike, Sask last Friday was hold tiom the Methodist church here todax the Hci Q W Bishop con- ducting the The funeral largely attended by old-timers, .'Who. knew her when she resided at Mac- leod with her husband, the atithoc-of "Riinching with Lords and Com- mons." GOES TO OAK LAKE, MAN. (Special to the Herald) Macleod, July McLV Eadie, late principal of the public school, held his postponed lecture on relig- ion and education in the town hall lait Friday, to an audience of about dozen people. Mr. Eadie left .the following evening for Lethbridge, re he will assist In eiamining "ne departmental examination papers n a. letter to a local paper last week he announced thai he hd accepted ha position of principal of the public schoo lat Oak Alan., coralvc term. i HOT AGAIN AT OTTAWA Ottawa, July com- pvratiyely coo! weather for a couple of dayi a second Jujy heat Wave Ottawa on Sunday. Or) Sunday afternoon the mer- cury touched 92, which, combin an intense humidity hundreds of people to the Today the mercury again tearing, the 90 mark being touch- ed by 11 a.m. Several prostra- tiont have been reported but so far no fatalities have ,bten re- ported. CASTRO GETS FORCES TOGETHER He May Soon be Presi- dent of Venezuela Again 10 Ex Prjii lent ret'irnoil to KINDERSLEV FEELS GOOD KIndersley, Snsk.. July heavy rains din-ing ihe past few days have! tended to better, the already magnificent crop conditions. Pros ifrforii 'big yield'are great. START CUTTING IN TWO WEEKS the IraT-atreadv I an armv, ioiind- il rppoll1! that hale tlccapi tal I'lic hijs caused mlenucx- iiivnwnt The government is KC'iut- ng troops as i.ipidh is posninle and well-mformrfi men aie film m the thjt onlv foieign an preienl Ihe success of the former ictator Caitro, according to the host information obtainable, is in an naccessible poml near the Columbian lOiindau, where lie can escape to Co- umbla in Ihe event ol unexpected n eivils Tins, however, is not bought possible, as there are many ersons viuil infoin.ictl, viho boast op- nh that tlip pieseni administration ill Iw nvcitliionn in IMO Meets iislro, i( is asserted, has, been coin- letch restored to health, is readv or a flijhl, and has almost, unlimited mds It is imdcrslood that at one stllution alone, the credit naisc m France, he has to his cirdit Cuban banter bi the name of Slhera, is reported to 6e hacking the resolution LINDSAY'S NEW POLICE CHIEF UndMj, luij B T Chilton of Ingersoll, has been appointed chief of police for this town, duties to com mence at once BOY SCOUTS Refused to "Accept POM tion with Saskatchewan Kegina, July Noose Jaw de spntclt to the leader jepoitlng th annual meeting IM tlie Saskatchewa onsuiwine Absociation Although it is three jears smte th or Saskatchewan me m contention, Ihev th business which appeared; to them: t need attention, in one hour Ynd'.three quarters this afternoon. It brief and ineffectual session: Con tiar) to general eipcctaUon it a quiet session too in theri were but two things to render H in any way notable. It .was a .machine convention froin start' to ftnish, am tient off exactlj, aa ranged, that is, almost The one thing the inacliine ' anticipate the fcp'.ml of F -W R Haultain, I eader of the Opposition n the Saskatchewan Legislature As pre-arranged Mr rraultain, vaa ol- ered the honorart vice-presidency, To the impiisc of the Contention, he did not accept it, and virtually read himself out ol the Couerrativa lartv Mr Haultam's nomination for the nas K'ectcd with great The delegates cheered vociferously Mr Ifaiiliain qmetlr informed them he would not accept They pruned, anil Mr Haultain then nwaVa kriet la lenient to the effect that nation nab affiliated with the'Fed- while his 'attivitwi, were ionfinrdMo Province 'Further- nore, his views might not exactly oincide with theirs Rome, 'sub- pets, and he did not e uise for him to accept the nomin- tion. Thp delegates again cheered loudly, funking the hesilanct'of the Opposi- lon header was merely modesty U ffillis, M L A for Pipestone, who presided, oter Haul- tain and questioned him again Mr Haultain retiirnrd rt firm negative, and the office was paused-on The internietation upon-Mr Ilaiilfain's action by the majority ol the delegates present' was dhat it was a direct challenge to the Convention lo In the famous spanking act The Convention did not accept the gaunt- let and Mr Haultain took no further part in the proceedings PATHFINDER CAR'S LONG TRIP i Reached Lethbridge foot Winnipeg Saturday Night' Some Experiences Tourists go North From Here and Back to Manitoba The one of aite. mobiles owned by the Halladr Attf Company, Winnipeg, came to tKr Saturday at ten-twenty pm. at- er travelling from to kan one week. The drirer la Gaorga i. Daubner, of the Hallady Com- pany, and with him are Victor barker, of Modem Power, Hlul. llarrj L Ott, of Bfapln Tin nd Rubber Company, nd J. F.'Bacon, tha Mr Daubnar ia an la aobiles, and them from' eglnnlnf lo end, Mr. Barffl now a his buslneaa down to flftv points. He bus km alTW ontract to find a. path fnn Mime- polia to Helena, Mont, which will iwtin upon on the (Ifbtmth Ikta lonth. object of the path from LMk> to' Calgary to Ince tbtlr. arellwl jeltaa By nil 11 is lit tu. ut b. tow n a tew. liw tranlM'ikVir, ark in a book" I hey mes It Is a red hauM with a. (MM round'it, and another ttVa lack or a mud. hole, aa I per day, ani at 2S aa hour (kkt ey do (o tHtcr la hare aa they go i arrlvlna; in WILLPOWERS PUT A STOP TO IT? TABER (Special to the Heiald) local farmers are pre- to cut winter wheat in tht next couple of The grain- It beginning to .ripen and they figure that within two weeki at they can put the binder into the fields and commence cutting. Thin will make the cut- ting-leason several wceki earlier than uiual, and much earlier than had been anticipated'a ftw waekt ago. Macleod, July wat a light rain here today for a few hours and yeeterday alio waa cloudy although rtat of tha Week quite warm. The are, looking in better condition, and the tpiNng wheat It ad van a- In growth rapMly and will not be very much later In being' harvatted than the full wheat, which, with hot weather will be te cut Intide ef two weeht. lo discuss the of a troop of Boy Scouts m Taber p L Leach explained the movement at kome length and introduced Mr Potts, who lU'l Fried under Raden Powell in Old countrj Potts Jci as Scout Masler If a troop vv .1 formed The follow Ing gentlemen were elected a TOltncll to take fharpe of the movement Prei, p L Leach: ..Vice-president- i.f. Truswell: Chaplain, Rev. H. H. Crage: Seure- tary-Treanurer, Colin.-'iGroff: and Meiin 0 E En ing. W W. Dougla an.l H A. VanOrman. GOOD FORM IN .CHURCH Pitishiirg, July Rev. Char- les L. K. Cartwright. pantor of the Xorth avenue Methorilm Bplacopa; church, has notlfled'his congregation that It will be "good form" during Ida warm weather'for the-wtnicn'of tin church to come to SimdM evening aervlee without MMI IJM tf IM London, July la de elared to be again on the verge of a volcano The Turks, long restless, are adwnclng on the Bal leans King Nicholas 'of Montenegro haa called out hla reaenea and fight the invaden to the last ditch The. campaign of devastation and massacre non started is likely to result in scenes which imide the great war uf 877 i shock' to the civilized It Is freely nrgeil that Intervention looking towards the establishment of a Christian stale is needed Russln (hough frlendlj to Montenegro has hern so far unable Iq interfere. .Vot only are the. Alban" tans in danger but hnndreda of Eng- lish and American niiasionarlm face dealh unless the powers interfere at onre All the roads leading to the cltlta are crowded with flying .fugi- tives that tortun Is the least thej can hope for If Turka overtake them told a Herald rvpertvr a mine Incident whlca ainm trip V On. .vtoteg IB W- Ing ohiUf, W If a plan of alKilw and upon touad a and alept tber. till never I Many tarm.rt van party out of etc., aa tha party ny Tnalr eet difflcultiea eroaatajf liou dltcbu. and neetlng FUNERAL OF OPIRATOR FRENCH (Special to the Herald) Maeleod, July funeral of Uhai Fnnoh waa held early thla morning the Catholic church; The CPU who twkmftd to Hie tame union food of fmerai. A poat- mortcn, eiuilMrMa held Sat- nx ranlt of wkteh win l> a Owing to the tapMry MtUaiC up farmers an I and thus cutting off a gnat i of the old With th of these, and the nod tone Hat, the trip was Idwl with regard to rain, tfet party Ut that at Moose Taw Uey net a cloud burst and got a goof lotktag. Ttey alao taid (hat the better throughout wOBtry. lusf before coning Into thev were detained fifteen ta a> hole, and had to C P R raMwar leu to pry the car out Of (tint piloted them, two ta this province lohn Patteraon Ihe "Palhflndcr" miles from Maple and W.' land piloted them from Hat to Bow Island. The path which Mr. Bacon and kit friends are laying out Is for tkt tif automobile net In Ajugjut,