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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald IV. Wwlnesday, July Number 177 SAYS FRANK IS NOT IN DANGER View of Prof. Odium, a Vancouver Geologist INVESTED AS PRINCE OF WALES (Imposing Ceremony Takes Place in Wales To-morrow GREAT EVENT Carnarvon is Completely Transformed for the -Event Cirnirvop, Waloa, July yomp und splendor second only to the Coronation of King George and Queen Mary, Prince-Edward, tho seventeen- jeirold ion of the British will be formally Invested bj his fa- ther tomorpir as Prioca of Wales. Twenty-fire thousand dollars has been donated 'by the British people to defray the. cost of the insignia other items, and the King himself) together with the British but will shoot, in the open relative to 'the Lieut. C. D. one of Ihe Canadian Blsley'team. CANADA'S CADETS WONTHE CUP Good Shooting by Cana- dian Lads; Bisley Results Bislsy Camp, July ing are the Canadian riflemen here [nioilnlain seren years ago, and hav- inatlached to the official Canadian ,ng dii.cus-.iun latel) in cer- WIRES TO BROCK Sent by the Canadian Consolidated Coal Co. Special to the Frank, July E. Od- ium, M.A., 13. Sc.; ot Vancouver! B. C., made an examination o! Turtle Mountain today and upon being inter- iewed, gave out the following state- ment Having carefully eiamined the has given alrn'oRt; twice us .much lo Insure the pageflnt'e sncceBB. Thous- ends now gathered in Carnarvon, niauhuiirn in nuimi'eg, ii uuupic consenathe estimates place ag0( when as tinAttached, numhei of row's cere off lop mQmv fof The rlent pile tnd battle vine uallK monies at As evidence that this money has been put to pood use, Carnarvon Cas tie is today.decorated with a lavish profusion, and has brought hordes of visitors to Its historic nails j The old wJiere mam, such ceremonlea have performed since Edward the Second was born] at the castle six hundred a j-iot of color twajmmg with tors drecse'd .functionar- ies. ages of Unie this aiv> of maajpn been re paired The colors of the household and the British Empire are thing from all Its towers and ba menta, been rendered giu by gaudy mediacy shields bearing the eoats-of- arms of the houses of Eng- land since the Roman Empire evacu the land. Church Building Transformed Inside the old building no lets changes have taken place.' The.dark and dingy rooms have been countless paint; the ancient have been replaced fey tapestries and curtains in replica of those removed, and leaded windows that let in the storms of centuries, have been repaired Eagle Ton er has been converted Into a magnificent reception room for the King and Q ieen, and here a guard of honor greet the King and Queen upon .their arrival at 'the caatle. Chamber- lain's Tower has ,no less lavUh- Iy fitted for the reception of v young Prince, .who, aided by the Chan cellor of the Richequer, appointed Constable of the tower, and the gentle- men of "Prince's suite, will here Or the eeremonv that will complete .the official triumvirate ol the reigning house of England The court yards and roads leading up to Carnarvon Cattle, are covered with a of wooden stands draped In gay bunting that effectually hides from view the given fields and pas turaa seats, It fs estimated, 'will contain more than twehe thous when the King and Queen paaa between them on their to the royal quarter! at thV cast! Aside from fortunate twelve thoi per more wlllcatch evcntSMinri ono or.anptheV. Danger Of Turtle Mountain, th. may repeat the of: Sergeant North West Peak, I decided to go-air Blackburn of Winnipeg, a couple of onLe to agam imt UiC nc mountain for. nu'self, purely as a iia ne t'inlist With another gentleman I meeting Major Hart McHarg, Col g0ne the mountain rrfosfc Stuart Col Sergt feunter Private carefully Ukmg into account Wanicn, of Vancoinei Captain Wol- possible feature ot danger and safety, renfkn, imtish Columbia Captain and no hesitancv in saung that Do'er Truro, S Staff Sergeant! the people of Frank and the men who) tion migbt be Richardson Victoria, H C gcant White and ___D---- ......fc .___ onto, Lieut A M Blackburn and naie no fear concerning future i and. lhat Lord Lonsdale, who during tht cor. oniition detected stealing a lad- ies' broach, iknockedvthe thief down the broach. MURDERER Probable That, Man Found Dead Near ,Warner Every few days of Hago Ushjima, the alleged'] perpetrator of the Taber-.double murder, is mention- ed in police'circles, and a strict watch is still being 'kept'-for..this man. How ever, the-latest reports from AVarner aeem'Tothrow.fiome light on the mat- ter. Some'parties; who in the city last night carried .the information that the dead body of the man who was found some time ago on the showing evidence of death by still being held at War ner-'on a chance that sonie identifies- Thej tbat Scr- havc put moncv into the industrial the doctoi's report on the bod> is ff, m the of Frank that the head to an Oriental, MRS. GILLIES MAY SHARE FORTUNE Alberta Lady Claims to be Wealthy Man's Heir DIED IN INDIA Corp H R Roberta, tfltri, Toronto, one of Bliley team. danger Arising from anv Intthec nnd'Sergj, Peter Armstrong A itumlfer of Canadians got into the mountain The. Canadian Consolidated Coal dressed in dark In thin (ase there is reason rr, believe that It Is the bouy of Hago fUBhjmia, who uftet doing at ii to monej today in j.nous fo sent the ,to sttpfmf i stake, and minor serve Prof of the Qeologiotl j The lt' useful Sllney remeln lions on the butts Among thesowcre sweepstakes In the Russell, of Ot taua shot umnmfE Private Bibbi Dundas, Ont was fourth; Sergt. Patterson; Ottawa, ninth and Lieut Blackburn, Winnipeg fourteenth each winning 300 rards sweep was In the second and won ..Corp. Mortimer, Que., shot fifth in the HalfonJ memorial 15 shots, eith at 3000 and 1100 yards, winning flO The last shoot for the Earl: Grev trophy tool, place tind it left H Law son, the Quebec cadet tied at first place, the cadets' shooting being iar in adianre of anv previous 3 ear Lord Chw lesmore, so connected Bisiey and the Na- tional Rifle association, has arranged for a special competition in which the Canadian cadeU may participate The Canadian cadets won today the Lee Challenge Cup presented by the South Mldlesex Rifle. Club. C. N. R. BUYS NEW LOCOMOTIVES Toronto, July 12.-r-The Canadian Northern Railway has placed an ord- er with.the Canada Foundry Company for twenty locomotives known as con- solidation engines with heaters. They will cost about ''each. Some of the engines will be .ready for on August 1st and the rest a short time afterwards a glimpae of the ceremonj from plac- es of vantage OH the walls and in the Haltpaat two hi the afternoon the hour set for the of the 'Prince But there will plentr In the morning, for at 10 a.m, the King and Qtmn will leave .royal yacht at Hplyhead, and entrain for Griffith's Crossing station 'Here they will be met by the Royal Guardi 'the roysl retfnite, and proceed gorgeous procession to Castle Square, they will, be ieceived by Mayor and Corporation, who will an' address of welcome. Two ProcMtlont The Kinff. and Queen will then f'to- to Watergate where two main be of Princei of ami that of the King and Queen From I he watar the .King and Queen will enter the courtyurd of the castle pnMftml in procession to the platform, upon which a M pagi rich CRIPPEN'3 LAWYER WAS SUSPENDED BeuueVto Ihe notorious Crtppen case was-presented in a judgment delivered" this morning suspending for one jear Nekton, the solicitor for and condemning him: to pay costs of the enqtilrj-. insti- tuted 'by the law society, into his al- leged breach of profeesional etiquette in connection with (ihis'c'ase. ".In respect to your recent'report, unler June SOth, reft-rcnce to Turtle Mountain, I 'beg tu .t k a noaid of that the nuttei can he thoroughly .investigated, you to appoint one parr tj, 1 to appoint anoiliei, and the two to agree upon a third. The sit- uation demands immediate.action, as a of lives may be; Mn danger and capital to the amount of over two million dollars. Answcc at OIKC if acceptable to ou Jn a .'letter to Mr. General jMaintjer Muller "Fuithei, I beg to sa} that I was disappointed at your not being able to tomp out to FranK- to make a per- sonal visit this summer and: would hern glad to talk 1lie, situation over, .so that we could arrive at an understanding Your report under the above date, Ottawa, June has causetl no small commotion and seri- ous, damage to capital invested in this place ou are probably aware (Continued on -page ibered that at thej_time the tragedy', the weahher'-was very told, and a man, as unused -to in the tile Jap was, TB sat casil- be 01 er come with; the cold.' Besides; this, that the'body was found-ten miles or more' from any house, seems to 'strengthen' the deduction made. It'irbelieved'that the police are work- ing along this clue, in order to clear tbe matter up if noauble. Native of Scotland Who Amassed Great Wealth Raymond, July Considerable interest has- for some time centred around a. group of Unjuharta in Ging- w'all, Scotland. The occasion for this interest lies In tlie fact .that a sitnr of money, amounting, it IB said, to is in chancery awaiting a claimant. "This fortune was left by a Highlander, named Uniuhart, who met with a mysterious death in India a generation ago. Like Carnegie this notable .member of the clan left Ding- wall when quite a lad, and accumulat- ed In time a vast forume. His direct heirs are '.dead, and a. search in now made for tbe next of kin. Large crowds have been assembling to lodge claims for the money. These claim- Hunt. Hon. Wm. Templerpan a over the whole verr clear and lucid statement': ot Orie'ot them is reported to be -what the government had done, mores Mrs. John Gillies ftf High River, Alta., nariicularU' from" British .Columbia's maiden name was Urquhart. KUnripoiot, and treated reciprocity, Mrs Gillies Is the mother of R A I as to ,ts moie unmedute effect on Gllliea, jeweller of Raj mom! and pre our owlt CRANBROOK GE15 SANE ARGUMENTS Fine Reciprocity Meeting Was Held There Last Night (Special to the Herald) Cranbrooli, B C Julj 12 The Cranbrook reciprocity .Meeting, held night was a great success When 1'hairtnan M Mac Dona Id opened he nicetins at 8.45 he had with hini in tht! platform, Hon Win Temple- nan, Or Clarke, Di J H King, Dr Watt, E S Smith and Mayor of the Raymond Hoard Trade- Approached by DOUKHOBORS ARE STUBBORN Ntlaon, B. C., July thou- at Brilliant col- ony, have refused to counted In the the commii- hat wired to Ottawa for Inatfuctions. Herald correspondent, Mr Gillies said he didn't care to discuss the matter for pufolicatwn, but on being drawn out he the leportei a. letter from his mother in reviews .the. family, hjstory or the Ur- quharts and reminds her.son' of stor- ies long ago of a; rich 'relative 'in In- dia, wno wotifd aome day make the rich VjCalgaij IB soliclto in Scotland for the. estate and is look- ing after the Gillies interests Then are about 2000 claimants for the for tune '-biit the result of the Gingwal Inquln hia not jet been made known The Edinburgh agent, it is said, re fuses to bo interviewed. Severe' claims which have been: lodged be carefully scrutinized and before the fortune, is divided there will, it is expected, be a statement regarding the heirs.- In that, under stoc.l that a number .of hesitating claimants will then come, forward, The rush for the' millions has not yet, it would appear, reached the high water mark. every man who is an.ITrqnhart: ur the descendant of one is regarded as a. lucky Individ ual. We earnestly, hope 'that the Gil- lies famllj will be able to bring a part 'of this money to Southern Al- berta. Clarke made a rousing and cpn- speech on the of reciprocity in regards to its effect on the a. he evi- dcntlv carried his audience with him for his speech continually riiptflil uith loud plfiiise The meeting has had a goo I imct as the the Minister ASK PRINC? OF WALES TO VISIT LETHBRIDGE i It is Suggested That His Royal Highness Might Open the International, Dry Farming Congress if Lethbridge Succeeds in Securing It HULL IS LIKELY TO BE PEACEFUL Ottawa, Julv 12 galh reU'ii, Hull today from points oil the ,Quehtic side of the Ottawa river to celebrate the glorious. Uelith The parade will not take place till 2.30 p m Up to noon no disturbance had and it is hoped that the Hiiy will pass viUiout incident Trouble, if there is is lilph to occurjate'in the Chief of Police Sull had it niimlwr of special constables sworn in, docs not anticipate any Or- and K "That the Prince of Wales be-Inyft- ed to visit Lethbridge on the occasion of iliis official visit to Canada, under the auspices of ihc Overseas Club." This was the very important-'resolu- tion uhicti was put at the special meeting of the Overseas Club last night by A. In his office. The resolution was seconded by K. A. Cunningham. It was, felt Hi at every effort should little regret extols, ttiat'hall or other unforseen conditions do not nterfere, general satisfaction will _ 1 he following leaume of conditions existing in many of the nearby towns Islted by a Herald representative on "Monday and Tuesday, will prove ot( nterest, allowing to a large extent what may expected from each. Barons The territory tributary to Barona ias been most fortunate in that It shared in a number of local a little earlier that some with the result that they expect a yield It Is geoerallv conceded that not than 3S bushels to the acre will be the while many believe thai 40 'buBhttlB will be produced in choice locations Some excellent stands of fall wheat are to be Been heie but It remains for the spring Hheat to show wJiat the district will produce The straws in many tions run from 10 to 36 In height and are well headed out. Oats are not much in evidence, the farm- era generally only growing- t no ugh for their own use Kipp Two serious wind storms and a bad attack ef cut worms have .produced results that will affect-the Kipp district, jet notwithstanding this Kipp will give a good account of her jield of both spring and fall w beat Some good stands are found here, well headed out, and ought .io produce well A! Whitney haa an evcellent quarter section P a producer and a num- ber of others will yield well, perhApa ng npim.v has been in a great deal of coal from the eastern states or pi irate porpcrnllons and dealers leie SETTLE THE STRIKE AND SAVE DISASTER (Sptcial to the Herald) .Iiilv 12 If Ihe coil stnkr he not settled immediatels, the Mtuation throughout thp west this winter :.will he most sai'l F. Peters, istiistiint ,to .the Second Vice President.; of'the "C..P R Mho is in the citl lodai Tin, stnkp is not only a detriment to anil a grrat incomenienci to the ple {it "said Mr. it will result in ncoplc .frozen Ui death j dainagfl here anywhere throughout the district, or acres in the aggregate being Vfected Considerable new breaking' JB being pushed forward McNftbb Bros., alone are responsible for; brer 1000 acres. Noble There is no more optimistic sstUea of the counlrv than Noble In a awe tinn consisting of 40 square of which Noble is the centre, 50 per cent of the land la in crop, while 38 per cent, of the balance is brolteti. No.better wheat can be seen fhan itts here. The stands everywhere magnificent and uniform, and the yield will be heavy. Forty bushels to the acre is looked upon as the rule rather, than the exception, while phen- omtnal yields are looked for. 0, S Noble has a magnificent looking stand, three actions in extent, while the big farm of J. W. .MacLe-an-.on the west of tht? town, will produce a heavy yield. The grain is well head- ed 01 it in this section Antl in 4T (Continued on ;