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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ,.Tilly TTTE LETHBRI1M3E DAILY HERALP MEDICINE HAT If you are interested in the Oity of Medicine Hat, call at our office and let us show you maps, blue prints, etc., of City View Sub-division Prices Low. Terms Easy. F. C. Lowes Co. J. R. Anderson, Manager BUILDING A BUFFALO TRAP IN PENDOREILLE MOUNTAINS Building Site Lots 30 and 31, Block 92, cadi; 1-2 cash; balance ti and 12 months. R. V. GIBBONS CO. rrwiw 1111 on Btocii FOR SALE On straight Crop Payment Plan, -iSO acres, 1 1-2 mile? from 4 miles northeast of Chin, good dirt, W. 1-2 of 12-12-21.'320 acres partially improved. You will have (6 hurry. 0. T. LATHROP WHITNEY BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE. capture of Ihe 85 or 70 bison still at large anil chances of success recounted to the linllelin this muni- ing by Mr. Ayotle. buffalo'which so far (lev lied capture, I would say number from sixty-five to seventy, by HIP CH (Kdmorilon Charles Allard, nincher and noted UK the lies t rider in the state, of Mon- tana, is now busily engaged in pre- parations Tor a filial round-up of the of tlie I'ablo herd, which still roam at large in the. Klalhead Indian reserve. Word of Allai'd's uotlvities! liin'alemade, judging from what wax was brought to Kdmonton by Alex- seeii of them during the .spring hunt Ayotle, .of, Missoula, Monlunu, .said..Mr. Ayotto, "mid Allurd hones who aimed in the, city jcslcrda) get all that's left of the herd in- Mi Ajotte is acquainted U.n get them., too, if am one with Michael I'ablo, and Allurd, who will.fof easily flic best rider in lives near Missoula, where Mr. Ay- the state and has Ibe greatest olle Is tin; immigration agent of the of horses and riders in the eountij Canadian governnienti. He says that lie is rancher and spends most Allard will undoubtedly .secure a of nig time riding after wild hoises Bison chasing is right- in his line "The Pendoreille. mountains, on the Idaho border, will be thp.scene of the drive, Part of .these mounlains are in Montana a in Idaho. The eoiin- large number of bison for shipment, to Canada tins Tall When the shipment of seven head of imllalo anil seven elk was made at Wainwriglit in May last, Pablo an- flounced (hat he had given up tlipjir> there SCOUTS COUNCIL HELHMEETING W.S. Ball was Elected as Permanent Secretary 1 reasurer The Stipul Council met lust evening at ihe Y.M.C-.A. ;nui liamumy viiiled throughout tin; entire Those presunt were Major Itunicll, pi-fsitlent T. H. Mackenzie, Key, W, V. McMillan, V. and W. S K, Ka.ikti, scout- Hall, acting sec- is cUiemel) rough, wooded chase for good and all. lie had lul- arid broken with deep gulches Illlcd his contract with the Canadian washouts from the' moiintains. The government and would ship no more 'buffalo have become so wi.sc from he- bufmlo. Those liiiit remained at largo ing. harried and hunted that they are he would have shot. Consequently it hiding in the timber and are hard to 1 hcv arc mosth uinng stock dry cows with a feVv old hulls from Montana. 'which will have to he killed. The I IV llu'.lll im'li Olluu. 111) ILj was (alien for granted that the Wain- i liiid. vriglit herd would receive no furtliei land The minutes were read the act- secretary, of the last meeting held at the "Y" in which the dispute took place. It read that M. K. K.iaitG piesuitcd hills foi suits which amounted-ao for :i hat and for ribbons. Mr. Kankf did not present bills for the lirsl Iwu, but did for the last i FOB SALE The 8 roomed iulJy modern house, facing east and known as No. 508 Westminster Rd., Terms. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE .......LOANi LETHBRIDGE I'ahltt himself was suffering from of the logs, brought on by xcessivc riding, and as a result of vhich lie will probably never take the ddlc again. Then Charlie Allard. vho made the big drive of 1007 arid oundcd up 200 btiftalo after limy had sealed up the side of a cut bank rom an enclosure in which Pan lo- ad penned them, following months effort, pffered tn capture the rc- lainder of the herd. I'ablo accepted his offer; agreeing to give him1 halt the value of the animals be secured. This spring Allard set about his sclf- are Hie wildest of the bunch f "Allan! is now building a buffalo trap, lie .is pulling tin a terge cor- ral a I--the juncture of two gulelus The sides of thcrgulches will be fenc- ed. Me will build twentv-live or f hir- tj miles of icnce in all Into this trap he will drhe the buffalo The onlriince_lo (I will. lie several miles in width Whrn Hie buffalo once entered it their clays of freedom air over. Thc'drivc will not coimncnc r-d until carh in Mfie fall, as tbc fhcr during Che .summer is too hot appointed task. His scheme Jor .the'for such PROBLEM OF THE IXED JURY BIGGEST SNAP IN CITY 5 lots facing north on Mr-Tvay St., only one block from Westminster Road, each. 2 lots lacing east in Block 148, each. Nortk Lethbridge Realty Co. Spokane, Wash., July lO.-MVhat to do with women who.will tre called to serve as Jurors with-men when the Spokane county superior court venes next September, IB of the vexing problems confronting the five members of the bench, headed by Judge Henry L..Kenn The various CRITICISMS OF THE IMPERIAL CONFERENCE SAY, MR. FARMER! We have the choicest half section in the Chin District and will nil tt 126 00 on terms or J2.! 50 all cash Best buy In that district Acre lot on Westminster Rd, easj terms. The Weber-Huff Investment Co. ROOM 10 ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 771 Centrally Located Business Property REVENUE PRODUCING 50x125 ft. on 3rd Avenue (Redpath Price Terms ASQUITH LINDSEY Real Estate and Financial Broken Office 307 6th Street Phone 1183 clubs in Spokane.have.given put-state- their members are ready and-'-willing to do jury duty. :.The Judges .hope a.niodern Solomon or Por- tia will'come forward to .unravel the tangles presented by these- possible situations: If twelve women are-selected to try a case and six disagree from the oth- er six If four. women decide they are right in a civil action and six men jurors hold opposite views If a mixed jtiry of men and women is kept together in a felony case un; til all are agreed upon a verdict. If six women and six men are lock- ed in a. room to determine the guili or innocence of a person charged with a capital crime. Relating .to service of .jurors in the superior court the law adopted (he of 1911, says "Any woman desiring to be excused from sen ice may claim tion In signing a or printed notice thereof, and returning same to the iliPMff before the date of appear- ance, and if exemption is claimed by reason of sex, no fee >wed for her appearance." The law provides that the jury Bwoin to tn the issuei in felony ms er shell be kept locked together and in custody of the officers of, the except during the actual progress cf th' tiial, thus putting It sjuarolv ip to the judges to solve the problem'a 1- the question to solve itsglf, if the women who desire to aerVe rs jurors can not settle Jl themselves. 1 Berlin, July 10 Deutsche Tdges Zeltung says the lesult oi the Imperial Conference is the collapse of the idea of British Imperial unity Kven as Canada discarded as, old Iron the theory advocaiedoby England dur) mg the Canadian customs war against Germanr that the British Empire is an economic entity, the British govern ment has clung with .doctrinaire ob- stinacy 'Manchester free irade principles, with that "old had once again proved ,Itself fncapa-nle of mnstering'a groat constructive woild policy, calculated to make of the Brit iah peoples one giant Empire. London, July at Pad- dlngtpn, Walter Long, M. P., Sing the Imperial Conference, said .they all felt it was moat deplo-a'.tlc .that the Overseas representatives should come here and ask for arrange ments 'by which the Empire might be inado a common ground for the sup- ply of the whole of the needs of the Empire, and that the Conference should be .brought to an end without any such arrangement having been made. Unionists wanted to see tho Empire united, nor only in bonds of affection, by an industrial chain of pteel. rue, and the council decided to strike them off flic minutes. The president then signed them as correct. T. 8. Mackenzie moved and the chaplain seconded Hint. W.. S.1 Hall be infod secretary-treasurer, and he chos'ii mituiimoiibh 'Ihe bt'ore j fan was then requested to purchase a nun.'ber of badges fa tie given-to full sworn-in scouts ohlv The. Chaplain made arrangements with the Scoutmaster to the scouts sworn in. and it was decided to do it next Monday evening. After some little discussion the age limit decided upon fkns from 10 fo 12 tears uill be pinbalioncrs, nut the I v day that they hncome 12 they can! try the examination for second class scout. The age limit was set at IS years. 'I lie council came to the conclusion that the scouts will have to go through the examination before them, about the first of August, and that it will take tin; form of a picnic. Investigate AVE R Y UnJermonnteJ ENGINES and "Yellow Fellow" Separators Onlv JjtKJcrrnounfccl Traction Engine on the market. Unicketa boiled to Steel Boiler. Lasts Longer, is More Powerful itnd Easier to Handle than Topmouoted Engines. A very "Yellow tow" Separator! juoney Makers for Threghermen. and Grain Savers for Farmers. They arc- also back- ed up by the Strong- cat Warranties ever given by any manu- facturer. ASK US ABOUT THEM AND GET PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY. W. R. DOBBIN, Agent V FOR SALE 2 corner lots, Block D, Parkview, facing 1 Oth Avenue. cash W. M. Harris Fjre Insiuance Room 1 Dominion Block Phone 1367 WORLD NEWS AT A GLANCE Mr. aud Mrs. John Gilby were, badly injured In a runaway accident near Cbatbam. Glenmorty Lodge, of Oi- angcmen, have- wired iheir brothers in Hull, congratulating them on their determination to march Uuuugh the cuj sheets on the JJth Ihe fitrnun steamer Klhing found cred off the Island of Hoitfun in the North Xiiiu persuns were ilrown oil. Slieet SCCILC; is being maintained in the pour parlers between Prance ami Germain in leg.uds the Moroc- can situation, .but it is understood FOR SALE Sungalo, 6 rooms, fdrnace and conveniences, workshop and storeroom, fine cellar, lawn, cement walks, surrounded by fence shade trees; furniture goes with the place; 5 lote 127 ft. front- age; on 15th Street Soulh; a good buy; 15500, years or 15000 cash. Apply lo owner, at 818 15TH STREET SOUTH PREPARE FOR HEAT WAVE that they are making favorable pro- gress, and a crisis between the two powers will he.averted. A fire, of unknown origin, wiped off, the map two-thirds of.Egansville, Qnt-i 00 ruiie.s west of Ottawa. The damage is estimated at j .Seven women and children were 1 rescued from almost certain drown-{ ing hy a gasoline launch on I ake Winnipeg during a tcrriffic storm. When found, the party were almost oi nntl-mlli- tarisl. propaganda In the army. The chief basis of the charge ia t.hat the known as has sGnt'iuOnay to soiuiers, os- tensibly for.their assistance, but the real purpour for which the money wae tent was propaganda, Spokane, Wash., July ane's delegation of .representa- tives and five senators iir the State legislature of lOft- will include two women, if the plans outlined by officers of the Women's' Non-Par Milan Political league and the Political BquallU leagup of Washington aie BiiGCCBaful. Tlie candidates probably win be -Sira. A. I'. Fassetl. president of the first .named organization, and Mrs. May Arkwright Hiitton, wifo of a millionaire mining operator, who material .issisUnce in securing. 3 ballot for HIP women of Washing ton at the last state election. Airs KassetL'announced that members of the organization have studied the laws of the state, and will make their campaign on issues affecting woman's status ami juvenile legislation. Mrs. Faasett added it is too early tp make a definite announcement of her dldacy, but mid that the State Feder- ation of Women's Clubi .at a recent mating endorsed the plan to support women candidates as state represent- atives during the coming campaign. Ihe conlesf will be privileged start in Ihe James Gordon Itenmtt cup race, which., starts from Kansas in Oc-tobei to! 000 babies undei the rge of two years, I died m the citj of New York The icport stales further rhat the majoi itv of these children need nor. have Sorerarattendants nnil a number of had C31e bCC" tahen 'he'r feeding and tieatment (luring College "I" nt mmmw fc Dr C D Sullivan, an eminent spec children's diseases, makes ORANGEMEN ATTEND CHURCH AT MONTREAL Montreal, Que, July fact of the thermomter standing at 95 de- giees on an instrument next the Or- ange Hall, did not dissipate the ardor! and enthusiasm of the JojM Orange- men of this citj on the occasion of tlieir annual parade and church vice jesterday afternoon Shortlj two o clock members of the vari- ous lodges began to assemble ;at'their (iremlses at 315 St Catherines street, just opposite the Cathedral, and with- in an hour there vaa a itrong body of people gathered, all wearing the rfr ax well as floral In the proccas'ion formed there were nine lodges represented sine t he f rouble and t hey several ol the attendants. list bit WINNINGS OF Purls, -Krnnoc, THE AVIATORS July win ninji or the binl men who flew In Ihe race were ar, follows: li.'.iW, Vnl.rt, Cnrrose, Biddings, lillhcrt, There romalnr 000 to be id judged. CAN'T HAVE NEWPRES. CHURCH Ottawa Synod Refuses New Congrega tlen Because of Church Union July fact that church union Is regarded seriously foy Ine Piesbllerlani of Ottauj dishirt is shown by the reason given for the Synod's refusal announced, today, to grant Ihe Westminster congregation of this city recognition as a congrega. tion, wllh permission to build a church at McLaren streets The Wsstrainsler congregation recent, ly seceded from the Erskine churcli The opinion is expressed by the Synod that with church union prob- able .In the near future, It is iinwlir to build a new chiirch so close to thp new First Congregational now going up at Kent and Florence streets. patients injured in a not which out n t'allopoies, Ohio, hospital for. the in- "itn the difficull) in regard to the feeding of infants during the hot season is thrf the food has become contammat ed either through carelessness'in the preparation of the food, or before the time that it is consumed. Nurse and mothers arc warned moot-.emphati- cally as to the dangers of exposing in- fants' feeding bottles or other food supplies to the air where files maj get at it. The cities of Western Canada hnve no excuse for conditions such as ex- ist, in the cities of the hot belt; nnd fresh air, common cleanliness, and the careful preparation and covering FIREMEN GATHER AT MEDICINE HAT Medicine Hat. .Inly third Hiinual convention of the Alberta firemen started today. Aflcr being welcomed by Mayor Milne and Aid. Drown, papers were read by Chief Smart of Calgary on "Motor Propelled Kirn and by Chief Meers or lieil Deep on "Volunteer Kire Bri- gades." The evening was siwnt In auto riding and witnessing a blow-off one of tbe aaa well! of iood, should preipnl not only the epidemics among children, which so prevalent, but should check at least 60 per cent. of.. the mortality among children. Very great care should r. he taken that Ihe milk supplied to Infanta li from a clean source, and, in. the.case of very young infants, that it.is mod- ified according .to instructions which ma) hp obtained from nny reputable physician. The giving of cows' milk, undiluted, It too heating -for very young babies, and should be carefully avoided, particularly in the summer. Many mothera are unrierithe Imprea ftlon 'that Infants need solid food as as cut their teeth, but this Is a mistake. No solid food should be given (o Infants, unless It be merely a hard crust or biscuit' for the baby to suck. Frequent baths, light clothing, and RUSSIAN DREADNOUGHTS LAUNCHED St Petersburg, Russia, Iiilj 10 Poltava, the second of r.hn four battle- ships of Ihe Dieadnoughl type, laid down in was launched at the Admiralty dockyards today, the an- niversary of the battle of Poltava. Sherlock Si; THE BIGGEST SNAPS IN FARM LANDS IN ALBERTA fenced. Stable, etc. acres'IB Spring wheat. Price per acre. cash, balanca in half crop payments. >40 500 acres in crop, Spring wheat, ookms; splendid S miles from a town 00 acre We havs toms splendid snaps in raw land, closs to Weyburn survey, for from to ptr THE Dowsley-Mulhen, Land Co. Successors to.Trw Dowtley.McMlllan Lund Co. ;