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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TEN PAGES July iO, CEN7TS Number There is not Discordant Note Anywhere About the Spring Wheat WINTER, WHEAT Badly off Colon in Cardston Country Hay Crop is a Dandy EARLY CUTTING Barring Unlocked for Set Backs Cutting Will be General by Aug. 12th NO DAMAGE DONE A heavy thunderstorm, which pasHed over the city at Cwt> o'clock 's iicconipanied by, slight hall, and ciLUBoO uinirehenfdon as to slblo dazna'go hi the cotmtrj'. The Btorni came from the north, and ine Hernld coJJoii planjond City, Barona and CarniHOKay, but at theae polntB it was reporrlad that there waa no hail. got In touch with' uotnts west of the town, and.there was no hail, hut a slight, touch .waB reported some distance west of Barons, So far as tho HoraUl can learn there was no done anywhere. ''Thci HeFa'ld" through it8 cotTespo reports today from all parts, of the couth a Hie ftumiaary .vereoU conditions of tJie most promising character. AH spring; gmfns are coaling- along rapid- ly, and the view gfeDeral that the bulk of the would bo ready.lor the binder alioirt August 12. Sonio places Gp-jnl.on cutting tbo first week in Ay gust should there be no exces- lilve or backward weather to Pteveut riiienlne. Here and there cut and n-iro worm did destnictlro worfr; it 'n-ns in Individual, fields, and ths wttl bo a mere bagatelle compared with the yield ns a'whole. .-In -the Mograth and Cfrdston dis- tricts Tx-lqitcr wheat rflporfen a failure, but It the small end or the .acreage seeded. Many re-seeded tor feed, anil thte grain, if Croat doea not come too early, will also mature for the binder, -The liot vreather, lol- lowiiig the heavy raJnu b'ta bfien ]uat xliat overy rnrmer vonld have order- and has brought tlio eropB alons wonderfully fast. The buy and nlfalfa yields would be hard to heat. In some districts hay is "short, but is oft- aet by tbo ot the stand. A fair aumtuary 'would bo: Spring grains In overy district na lar odvaneorl us at this timo List year; Jn many places nwny wheat a disappointment, but tho- acreage seeded com para Uvaiy email, _.. AH coarse Rrafiirt doing woff. Hny nnd alfalfa a heavy Wheat cutllng to start from August, B ID 12. ALL GET BUSY AND SPUD THE WEEDS Today Mayor Hnrdie, as chief magistrals of tjio cicv received a very formal notice- direct from too Deinirtinoni ot ciilturo :tt hMmontoa notifying" him that noxloua weeds nrc prevalent within tho city llnu IlB, and advising that steps must ho lakon to cut them im- mediately. The Mayor handed out thci information as a earn- ing to przvato property owners, who iiro just as llablfl to prose- cution its city. Tim "spud- tlit-n-oods" campaign may IR- giu at nncn. ROBERT ATKEN The Liberal candidate In.South MISS GIVEN STARVED OUT Opinion. July )0.--MlEs Clara Eliza- beth Given, who with Kitty Marion was sentenced 011 July 3, to threo years pooal servitude for flre to tho stands on Hurst park- raco courao was released from prison to- day in. a serious condition of heal.h resuHtnK from a "hunger DEFEATED, IS ON IN RESPECT FOR THE LATE ALFRED LYTTLETON the.....niomVnt when Mr, Alfred ;M.P., was buried yesterday at the Oxford-Cninbridge crtckpt match was alopped at borda, overy" hoad wns bared, flags were JiaJf crowd, stood In a elieat. testlmoujal to the grenl..player of earlier years. A paid at (ho match al Birmingham. MR. LYNCH RECOMMENDED BY SULZER A3 NEW YORK STATE LABOR COM- MISSIONER Albany, X.-Y., July Jug been unsiicccsslul In three- at- tempts to have John Mitchell, ot Mount Vertioti, fotmcr president of the United Mine Workers: of- Ameri- ca, made state lahor com in is 3 (oner, Governor Sulzcr Tuesday night sent to the senate for confirmation the appointment of James M. .Lynch, nE Syracuae, president 'ot tho Interna- tional Typographical for tlie position. France as Mediator Asks Greea and Servia to Slate Their Price London, July is officially confirmed here that Bulgaria has taken the Initiative of'asking the European, powers to try to bring the Balkan war to an end. France to Negotiate Vienna, July bus ui dertakeii to neRotinto, tiorv.Ia and Qreecfr. ou 13ulgai'ia- to as- certain vrhat' tonns of peade can be avranyed. The French government has ad- vised tbo Greeks and the' Servians not to demand" too luiicu or.otherwise Bulgaria, ie likely'tij'vt-etef to take tho fighting out-the quarrel. EARLY CUTTJNG LOOKED FOR AROUND MACLEOD Mncleod, .Inly the heavy, rains, rrops around Macleod ara sim- ply spurting. no drawbacks, there a1iould_bq a yeasonably early cut and 'n fine yield. Soma fields wore by the and while tho individual farmer su'fei'p, the on thfl District as a whole will be very Tim fltnod of apring IB above complaint, and Hclds are head- ing out. With favorable cuUlng flhould start about of August, PINCHER CREEK IS CUTTING BIG HAY CROP f'inthor Creek, July fair sum- mary of the. crop conditions hor'e eoitJd well bo expressed }n the word Ratisftir.tory. The cmv.'Orm got In In spots, but tho area" is very ainwft as compared with the total territory un- der cvbp. Wheat Io heading out, aand In Bonio fields turning color. Tho cut should be earlier tbnn Tlni- ,othy.ls n magnificent stand, and the fRrmftra are cutting tho biggeat crop on record. Tho.. reputation of the .Ptncher Creek dlelrlct (or hay will ho BplomKdly majntulnod. Ninety per cent- of all iirppa prohileD j (Comin'uei on' 7) Edmonton, The Hon. Duu- can MaTahaH, MlnlBtor oC Agriculture for Alberta, left Jast night for .Hie Eaut. Ho is making- ths irlp Tor the col- purpose of legos at Wisconsin, Illinois 'and 'ro, and he expects to moke aelec- tfans tho- staffH- of tde Chrec schools of Agriculture., which will be opened on the ration fanns at OMa, Vermilion and Clareaholm thli full. The principals have alrendy boei Was Editor of St. John Globe for 52 His inter- esting Career St N. B., .lulj- oJiii Valentine tltliH, intnilier of the Wonatc, ono of liif? proprietors ol tbiB St.. anil Mhn has teen cilitbr o'l tliat paper [or 52 years, died at toilar- He tail in bail health since, his return Irom tawa at r-nd of 'Jm Cession, and has grailually been growing All thc'mcmliers of his family except his soil John, pi :Washington, with him at the cad. Senator Ellis 'Was born in Halifax a 1835 of Irish-parentage. way edueatwt at the schools and entered {he pewsbapcr husincss. He was editor of .the St. John Globe sicce %as elecleil to the N'ew Brunswick assembly for St. John in 1882, and in J8S6. Ho quit tie provincial arena and svas- elected to the house of com- mons in 1S87 for St. John (Jilv, He ivns ciefeateci and elected in 1830.. He was afipointcil to the sen- ate by Sir .IVJlfij'd Laurier, Sept. 3, 1900. He had quite an interesting career ns .1 journalist .an'! generally camo oiit in sturdy, faahion on issues de- mariding vigorqus .treatment. Ke srrvedia'tcrm irf jail !cr libel arising ironi crit-ioism of ,a byc-electiiiTu .He was givcD an Xo apolo- gise, liut to jail, whfcb 'made him a'popular hero. He- was a .prominent Vrec ;Mason> interested iu sercral henevoleiit. cn- tfcrprises, and filled varioua ofiices of 'trust, in St.. John. the honorary 1. Ij.D. 'irom' "N'ew Ururiswick nniVcrsily in 1897, was.a Liheial ij politics awl an An- glican in IT MAY BE MISSING LETHBRIDGE MAN Medicine Hat, tiers In DID south country re- port to tlio Mounted Police hav- (ng" seen a man on horse- back riding through tho conn- try in a suspicions manner. They belicvr; he is either a. horse their at Lelh- bridge, or cmo of tho eacaped convicts from Kiimonton. His horso is very tired, but ho Uueps away from home- steads, except once whan lie enquired how to reach Montana without passing a police de- Ucbxuonl. WANT THE BILL REPEALED 1 Condon, July big meeting licld In Queen's Mall tonight, to de- mand repeal of "cat and mouse" bill. Similar' meetings held throughout the country Idee lias sent a message sympathy to Sir William H. Lever, whose country residence near Xorw was burned by the suffragettes. ALL mm SEE w CONSTABLE CAMPEY. Formerly of the Lethbridge force, who hae caused a sensation by making charges against the Chief of Police of Medicine Hat jet-Acquainted Trip Under the Auspices of the Board Tiade Next Wednesday TO CARMANGAY Go Through Giain Fields-and Relurn Via Aldarsyde Line Towns On Wedncsrfay worntngr 'Jttly IfrtK at nine oV-lock, the automobile will lino up ac. the Chinook club lor tho first get-acquainted txc t el fl. by. the of Trado ibli strtoiaw. .Tha' success ot girniUr vtatvrea th tlia past has pnompteil Washington. Inter- state Commerce Commission's report ot its" Investigation of the New York, of Trade Proved Interesting BULGARIANS REPORTED AS FLEE- ING WILDLY ..PLIES AND WEAVING SUP- THEIR DEAD Belgrade, July Bulgarian troops continue to retire, clppelj- pur- sued by the Servians, nccoi'ding to ot-. tick', reports received here. The Eartana retreating "from Istip. had In- tended' to occupy Kadovltch, an Im- portunt town some miles to the.east, but the Servian cavalry drove them out of (his strategic position 'yester- day. The Bulgarians lied preclpatoly, learfnj their dead and wounded, and throwing awny rifles, ammunition find food. TWO YEARS FOR DISHONEST OFFICIAL Winnipeg. July John- etoqe, the TBiTivay official found of sterling four cases of whiskey from tho Canadian Pacific Railway, yards lasf Saturday, this morcing sen- tenced to two years in the peniten- tiary.' Have Decided to Ask Miners' for Verdict-as to Their Policy When the officials of-tilatrlcl NTo. JS. U.-M. of A., scan tbo com pieced list of nominations for .the. of viee-nTf-airlerit fieci-etary-tvcns- uror on July io, nomination day, they will find ihc names of J. O. Jones aud A. J. CArter, the two officials 'svho re- signed recently, following tlio dofcat of.Clera 3tubba J..E. the race for tho presidency. Jones and Carter intend to coiiteit the'cloctfous for and Bocrelnry- troasurcr. in an effort to show mojiibovs ol tho uaion throughout tha tllatriot that-thair ac- tfcrm during tho three, Mr. -Fonea was in tho city and.riirnng the day .vlsUod the mines of colHerles, The men (hero are working steadily. Move men will be talifiii on during the fall, for. it. Is the iaiention of the company to donblo their output this winter, whiter four or f'yo hundreil tons Verb raised daily. This wlnttr ofilput will be cJoso to a thousand tons daily. Mr. .Tones leaves today for 3Iedl- clna ITat to attend ths ftrat convention of the Alb en a Federation of of which he la president. Delegates ari ..expected from Acknowledges Burning Sir Wm. -Levers It Was a Beacon -Light Liverpool, July -10; A dramatic confession of incendiarism TV as made by airs. Rigbr. well" known militant suBrageUe and wife ol a physician at Preston, to the magis- trate sitting in the poHcc court here Mrs. Higby declared that it was she that burned the coun- ty residence at Uivington near Hor- u-ich.'Xaccashire, ol.Sir'liViiUam Lcv- 6r, causing damage estimated at She further confessed to be- ing the perpetrator ol the outrage at the Liverpool stock exchange on July "expluiied.-'iiut caused little damage. Mrs. Iligby surrender- ed voluntarily to" the police. arraigned loriay she glorierl in the saying she wanted Sir iUnm H. to consider wheth- er his house was more valuable as a w p'dc'e thaa as a beacon lighted for thft-King and country to sec wo- men, suffering an insupportable griev- ance. .She told the magistrate 'I lighted that beacon. I also placed the exp'osiires jn Ihc Liver- Pool stock exchange to show how easy it is -to procure them and place them in public Imtldinge. I might just as easily have blown up the Neison Monument." She was remamieil tor. further hear- ing. "Mrs.' Higby has been imprisoned ftve1 times .connection -the sufirajette niorrmeot- was on sev- eral occasions icleascil owing to tho nft her health affor "hun- ger strikes." HAD A MIRACULOUS ESCAPE Memo Jaw, July Hart, in the south country cornea word of the miraculous eecape from Uoath of Mrs of Hie province. Sovernl of the ('Nap 3t. Julfen, wife of a homesteader local mine ra' unions will send ropro-lsbe .was lying; on a sofa when the "home was struck with. lightning, tear Vug the aide away, Ths sofa on which she was lying caught fire, and she was -Tendered unconscious by laa ehocfc, and wag In a critical condition for'so'nii houpa. The haute- oaujjh1 fjre and was paved wiih difficulty by h, formerly of (his city, nnd now editor of the Al- berta FederatlonlBt, published 'in Cal- gary, is secretary of the organization. Clem Htubbs, ex-president of -District Xo. U, XI. M. ol A., la nleo In the city liut will make no announce1 imye. at fill tlmoa tor the. good today, liut will make no Announce1 several who happened' to be used for. freight as well as of tho "union. ,5" mont of.his plana fo'r the V servico' jsew ii a mi iiu.rL.Lui u puwBuutwi tralu wreck at Stamford, Conn., June 12. hoids that the railroad negligent in placing Engineer grown strawbcrric-s_ were erty Itr-charge of the train "when by the ladies, of Si. Cyprian'v "was inexperienced and the Board of Tradn lunclieoo., in' members in attendance tboughfc u very proper fRuy-at-home' oi ui'e 'mottoes V( nuyuiuLiy organization. Again 25, members nfirtr v OR fl 1 1 1 and 'the lail- iiViDl i '-up" >vo'rk; Mayor- thinks it bK fore ,tlic will have GOT OFF TRAIN HERE Commissioner Tracy and Mayor DAY HAD uiaiip .short adijresses after FROM the former- announcing ,iine to the aid ot Lethbridge After travelling over C. P. K- ]j united, one luanulactur-ing concern, a macaroni factory, hnd the way dcfioutely signed up with the brldge, a. man; suffering from a Tlie owners of- the factory 'have advanced .cafie was put Mr: Tracy in touch! with in1 cha'reo by the-. -health, authorities and the: peat 'house in tho Duff addition, -where 'lieV will bo properly taken caro of, and every precaution taken to prevent any spread manufacturers who, U is thought, will shortly" decide also to locate here. Mr. Tracy mentioned other possibilities oh' which V.e ,is working, all ot wliEch was very gra-t Hying to the Hoard of Trade. He The man slapped off tho afternoon local at three .o'clock and feeling rather 111, matte fbr'tbe office ot the noarc'st doctor. The doctor saw he did nut intend to try to tnoke bananas grow in Lethbrirfge, but was turning the at-tctitlon of his department to such concerns as coulil start here, atid using raw material com Ins "and rushed to the door to the district, build up a paying vent-htm' from entering the house. did not take 'more than a. casual glance to tell what was wrong, so the puttont was directed to the offlco of the modfctil health ofTIcor. The Mi H, O. saw bim coming alio> und s topped him outdldo the door. He was directed .to. tho peat house, where commended the Industrials Limited concern to Uic- attention of the members "nf the Hoard. -Tbc idra has worked splendidly in tlie past in other citips be saw no reason- why it should not be a benefit' in Lcthbridgc, at" the same time bringing in Some went quite willingly after the to those who invest. of the- disease was disclosed to scheme io turn the The health officer then notified into an industrial poiver buitd- C. P. R. and the car in which tho was also outlined hy him. To- was riding was fumigated to already, he- has hart one enquiry ns far ns possible the spread ot a man who proposes to tnke dfeeaee to othei- passengers. The for a small factory. Having the P. R. authorities at Calgary were Lcthbridgc has what no Dotifle'd'Bo that all cars la which, city in the west can hoast, anil man. rode oil htG 300 mile trip together with oilier Wettisklwiii may bo thorotigMy l.ethbrldge a start on its iu- on paga 7) A.W- AM CYPIIKIVF- niv LAuLUOliL Taber Transii Co. Want no The Belgian syndicate, under nane of the Rtock Cna! rompauv, position to Their development work mi their property north of town on the this and cMfXiH to ho out coal shorl-ly. board of trade is making an to have '.he infernationol geo- -liiiv request lor party, to tour the u-eat short- cvclnsire franchise lor. '-he mate a stop a.t Taber, and in- runniug riybta over certain iijC "'I'i'0" H is was prescnlcri by Tahor Transit Co., which expects to commence its lines veryxshortly. Tbc council will nsk the ot the company to appear and discuss nis plans. The' contract has been probable lhat a stop here will bn arranged, also at Lethbrlilje. TJic comniittcc in. charge of the celebration on July 1st "hrre, have every reason to he proud" of thsfr efforts, as .they liave several himtlrrd lor tho building ot five miles of the line, wMch will connect TattfC ol a balance after expenses and prizes have been paid, cele- the coal mints this fall- Steel is vac the hifigcst of its on tlie" way. The council do not cvfr held hero. an exclusive franchise, for tho to and specifications, and not anxious to give hospital are nov.- on main the line is prepared and tbe council expect used for. freight as well as passenger [to .have this, building. proceeded1 servico' shortly. "_ chairman oi the entertainment com- mittee ot the- Hoard to suggest the scheme again this at unchcon today the timo -and. xoute was.approved. It is expected thai'fif- teen automobiles will accompany tho party, making provision (or about 60 members in all. route will he. 105 mllrs in length, the party arriving back at G.IO in the evening. Tbc trip is through one oi Iks btsfc dry-layming areas in Southern 'Alberta. In visit- ing tho towns to.the north, the mem- nets- ot the Hoard believe thojr will ,JT them into closer relation with.' the city. Since the new train sched- ule on the Alilersydc line, tho towns Oar man gay south look to Let li- nt id ge as-tbnir centrni point. This is idea tlie board wishes to en- courage. The foItoM ing itinerary of thr. together with notes of interest, has bscti handed to .tho press by Mr. Downer Schedule a. ID, 'OI-v.-I.eth. Chinook 13.00 7 Ar. Photographer's Point... 0.25 -37 AT. JJairhiU .....11.30 1 .black ".Spring- Kidga Lunch at'Grange Hotel -p.m.' 50 Lv. 65 At. Barons 2.30 G5 Lv. Haroits..................-'2.45 -80 Ar.S'oble 3.-15 30 Mr. Nobla 4.01) 88 A'r. Monarch H8 Lv, Monarch-............... 4.15 90. Ar. Lethbridge Collieries 5.15 05 Lv. Lcthbridgft Collieries .5.30. Round trip fare each passpn- Lunch at the Grauge .Cat- niaugRy, 50 cents. Photo oi natty taieii 7 mile point. AM car owncirf to fly Lethbridge Pathfinder's car in lead, all cars to keep their plaoefi in lice and not race or pass. Tho above schedule to .be kept on the entire trip so that tho .crops and s i country can he .viewed thoroughly, Automobile auxiliary car will ac- company the excursion nnd wili' be prepared to.sell gasoline, oils, tires and. vfhcn required. KUHNS FROM DIRECT- OF SEVERAL PITTS. FINANCIAL INSTI- TUTIONS Plttsburg, July Further reeigna- tlons of J. s. and W. 9. Kubn.from all connection with financial Jn ttsimrg, announced today. Both Ilia men n-h'o hold the major! of tho ntbck of the Flrst-Sflcond Kfi- tlonal Bank, which closed" by the Deputy Comptroller of the Currency on Monday, removed themselves from the directorate of the Colonial Trust Company ot ctty, and W. S. Kitbn .took Ifko action with rodpect to the board of Company. the- Common wealth Trust BULGARIA READY FOR PEACE Vienna, July Bulgarian gov- ernment Is reported to havo sent a. io the European 'sx- prcsBlng its readl'oesa to negotiate for peaco. The Bnlgnrian and Servian com dere-in-chlef are stated.-here to be al- ready negotlatins an armistice, RE'-tbe' nTmifift In killed And Injured' are so and It la ed that the epidemic "of cholera which has broken out among-the get beyond ;