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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta --------_ ii INFATUATl WITH THE WEST AT SPRINGHILL SirWilfridLauri Predicts A Great Future Fort William, Ont., July Wilfrid .had an eventful dav mmax, .July IO.-A hurry call for troops was .received here last night on account of the rioting at the Cumberland Coal and Rail -Co.'s col- lieries at Springhill, N. S., where more than men, members of the Umied Mine Workers of America, have, been on strike" for more than a year. The police dispersed the riot- i but, .as further trouble is feared three companies of infantry, one bat- tery of artillery and a company Of ambulance corps will be sent to the Cr-rtfln -.-._____ OrTJMiSMOF MANITOBA MEN ___ large gatherings the appreciation of the princely welcome extended him by citizens Of Fort William ancfi Port Arthur. The outcome of the Prem- ier s inspection of the twin cities was .the remarkable prophesy he made at the Lyceum Theatre when he said he was impressed by the mag wtude of the future which lav befol "I he said, "before them. 4 ne said, "before me onS-'as there wz not so much of Port Arthur ot Fort hiMtfnS Prize fi William, but one great city -n the collieries. has men working MONTREAL'S MAYOR WILL ALLOW THE PICTURES Montreal, July lO.-Mayor Guerin stared yesterday that he -would make no move .toward the mov- ing wxira of the Jeffries-Johnson alleged prize Eight beteg exhibited in the city. The ong.-as there mayor said that as no general law pro- Tilms he sees no Prevent His Worship Chance For a Good Yield of Spring Wheat Yet Winnipeg, July 10-Cooler weathei and showers over the greater part of the province have characterized the past forty-eight hours with a result that the optimistic tone is prevalent regarding the spring wheat prospects in Manitoba. "The wonderful recuperative proper- of rain are well said a representative of a leading elevator Wrest to-'day, "and provided condi- keeP with us as ai present the week or two will See a remark- able recovery. Of drought anfl u.... v has CONTRACTORS WANT SOME MORE TEAMS C. A. .Magnuh, M. p., Wh0 has taken up .with the C. P. H-, the C. .N7. R. and the G. T. P. the grading of the Leth- line and other projected railroads in Central and Southern Alberta has received word that Geo. H. Webster, of Alix, Alberta.' has taken a contract for the grading of ,60 miles of the G. T. P. through the country north of the Big Bow River and requires 200 teams and drivers immediately. FORECASfOF MANITOBA CONTEST IT Al LORD DOUGLAS WORKS FOR c.P.R. Wash., July he had spent his fortune on his itctress vife, Lord Snolto Douglas left Spokane esterday to 'work with a Canadian Pacific Railway survey crew for -three tad spoke as though great possibili- ties are associated with his visit. "I am here on a. great fe "I am grateful that this tfce step I make in this' tour I am received not as a leader oountrr, irt Ss to ascex- .-wants aad trequipements -oT wfceat' V West a iew .years would a binian els. At tie concJvsian of a ad-dress Sir TFHfrid pa'iti tribute to the late King9. w wiuUe .those have canefully farmed ihmr iand enjoy She usual that has made Sunny South- >ern Alberta .famous Calgary, July ia._Tliat J50atbern Alberta, even ii .feeling the effect .of .drv weaifofir fe much jQff ifihan Uakota and parts -of Mkme- ALL TRAINS MUST STOP AT CROSSING with to collision Friday between a street car and a tram, in which Mrs. John Lawren-p was killed, and several injured Kailway Commission took the matter .under immediate advisement, and di- rected Secretary A. D. Cawwrfgbt to jsota, as .the ,of Mr. !stoixe l0f city, who las a three weeks' visit to tfoe I United States, I "Some .of tie people who'.are kick-' Bag this country .being .dry shoul-d go .down tie Dakotas and see oeua-try tatat is properly ne said. see ,the difference betweea and Alberta, they ether v .u-it'xi (j i iy 11 here. I win admit that cr aad other parts .of .the Letobri-foe eagt Mediciiie WDST COME uUNJTED STATBB the Inumgra- '-the C. P. -Tt, said this morn- "S, 'that mine-tenths tire -rr1 'iiobos, caajght oy nim OB the rsiilroad, iJjail -from the "GmteS States vana should foe departed very heavy supipwnfc ifrom leagues and the ilocal O. L. No, of abo.ut fiiirty of P. hall on paraded in a body from the'K. to o the Westey MetnodlgtVcfiurch, where they addressed by Rev. T p Berry, The evemng lesson was taken from Peter, chapter li Prior to the seman the choir rendered "in ap- preciatiTc style a suitable anthem. ij for the evening's sermon The all MAVI fear God; honor the King." The (text chosen, and the sermon de- livered, as a' direct result of the of the speaker that the princi- ples of the L., 0. L. organization rend- ers that body fundamentally a relig- ious one. Four cardinal virtues were flits, .July 10.- or three in ap a Washington INdOUEST INTffi DEATfci OF UTTUE-BA1Y of Refuse to Consider fa Made President A4. t selected as the topics for separate dis- cussion, by (the pastor. The .first easier to understand than explain, was-found in the phrase, 'hon- of thejchanee aloiur n- ui and .r.fiau r r n V. n and J.Galt, wholesale grocers of Winnipeg, wa8 elected a di- rector of the Canadian Bank of Cora- merce. an ex- Ihe Winnt w Lne peg Gram Exchange. From Winnipeg- commission will visit the States o investigate conditions prevailing ;