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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Zurich, Switzerland. July Tha Thirtyfive Autos Went on Jaunt Through the Wheat Fields July theft of a pearl necklace, valued nt was reported to" tho, Scotland Yard authorities from I'arla. TUB pearls are alleged io have been iloien 'during Iranalt by poit. from .Paris io a dealer in IjOiidoii. -t 4 "5" AT Received a Civic Welcome lo Which Messrs.' Bardie and Tracy Replied (Special id tho July. I5.r0lie and twenty busiricss'men took the town ot .Carmangay by florin, at noou today, arriving at 13 30, schedule lime, on their get- excursion. There were 35 in the. party, 1 forms the laigest excursion ever held to this place. Immediately alter theic arrival, Die) Merc greeted --by Bryans I acting mayor, Mayor Mi-Naughton M.L.A., oehig abarnt in Kdmunton. I Dr. Bryans complimented tbe energy I of. the l.'eiiibridge business _men in 'early conference i'4n the district to which Secretary Bryan over, .the lal- 1 caters, and est 'reports of the Mexican situation I better way to nc'.-omplish this than ptc3enteu hy the inquiries oi foreign ['to have jiist'siicl, exclusions. He powers ,.s to the'attitude ol the I knew it would hear .fruit. jUnited States, .ordered Ambassador. Mayor ilardio and Commissioner Lane 'Mexico City Tracy of I.elhbridgci replied, com-Ho Washington immediately for .a world's Sunday school convention which has haen In session here for the jmst week came to a closo here to- day. Moro than titOD.OOO has heen snb scribed durliiB the convonlion. Dele gates from all parU of the world, am vag whom wore, many Americana were In attendance. The apvereign of the European coimtiles fellcltalions: Cranbrobk Manager Moves to Lethbridge Branch Bank of Commerce Robert T. BryuVner. will succeed Mr. C. O. K. manajsr'ot: tia Bank of Commerce here. He will assume hjs hew duties In about three weeks' tline.'-; Robert T. Ijfe been man ager'of the'Oa.iia.dian''. B'Snk Jf Com m'e'rce at Cranbrp'oX eince He was.born in 1875, ariihla a Ho enured the Canadian Commerce, as Clerk in.'JSOZ, was accountant at Jlb'ntJQaVaiiuMVtlriilpcs till IOCS, when .IN GREW LI Protest of as to Mexican Situation Bears Fruit c- o DR. ROCHE COMING WEST Ottawa, July Dr. Roc'ne, Minister of the Inferior, will take a trip mat in August. X- There are a number of imporl- Washinglon, July 16.1'rcsjdent ant -questions which he to. the managerahlp at Cranbrook..: During his five years in Crano'roolt he hae. taken a leading the cbnimunlty, havin'rj'-heeii of the Board ;.ii'e married In 1907, two daughters. Douglas rilryinaer, manager of Ihe Bank of. Montreal at New Wcnt- nilna't'er, IB an older brother of Robert FINE WEATHER GREETS BRAN. DON Fp'R ITS HlBITS ALL PLACED Brandon, July 16.-Splcnd'id wea- ther aeain favored Xhc second day ot the'big Dominion lair. Streets as well as fair grounds are crowded with visitors IrohV all parts. Excur- sion trauis- from Xeudorl sum Wmt- arrive loday, hut tomorrow wil sec excursion'train's arriving from al pails''ol the west. The greater parts ol- the are now in place..and every sectioi of the is in full swing. 'IOUB to invostlBute'-per50Hally on the ground before deciding any-pollcy. lie will visit'Cal- gavy and -Edmonton, and In- vestigate the grazing" leases. (juesttohi MR. CAMERON PLEASED Divisional superintendent J. Cameron, iiasse'd through the this afternoon Ctt route to the Ka lie 'seemed :very much pleased tha the. subway by-law, hail passed, b would not. .state Just when wor would bo'c'ordmenced. I mending" the-citizens 'ol (JarmniiRay 1 nn their line-looking town and prom- ising "to do anything-in Iholr power al any time to" aid the townspeople of Cannangay, .for. by building up the towns in the surrounding, com- niunity thcv-- would be building conference. Ambassador Wilson .will, hurry norih on either Ihe battleship Michi-. gan of Louisiana .Irom Vera Cruz if nny delay would .he .entailed hy waiting for .1 commercial steamer. Omcials.-herc.helieved.'that ..the "al- ni'osV total interruption ol railroad Lothhringe.: most total iniemipvion OL lamiuu The-excursion will help to increase between Mexico City and the I Ihu kfndly relations tlie people ol Slates wjll: force the Ambas- C'arniangay feel toward L.ctlibridRe. make, his trip by water, lie. is not'expected -July Relieved- in, of- -.iicial and- diplomatic '.circles -thai, an healthy, important annpu'ncement of .'the at-l-i- tiide nfrthb United1 States will (pi- v the umbiiBaiiusrs'. conference with resident Adams ancfManager Jack off to Brandon to by Lines for the Big Exposition-Believe Lelhbridge Can Handle it Have the Grounds and Buildings. Will go East Next Year But Will be in West Again in 1915 With' the fliocl determination to do' everything tnolr POwar. to_ nrtnj ha Dominion Fair to I.ethuridge in 1010. President and Sectetajy. Men Jack of the Lcthbridg'e Exhibition Board, leave tonight for .Brandoq they will do a little missionary work necessary to accomplish tiua, and if they succeed in setting the wheels in motion, and are .ubs.ouently, umwrted Uy other public organizations in the city, L.thbrIdKa will home of an asrtcultural fair In 1315 which will rival the big Congress of last October. The decision 10 go after the big fair vra. JuM made at the meeting, of. the fair directors last night, and no time will b. ost In making Lethbrldge's claims known to the Dominion The Lethbridge exhibition Board believes It can handle the Douu luloii credlt-to the city, Letlmridire has the grounds, the olty has the accommodation. and tho lund, to make the lair a suocoss, will _be avail. able The city', past record in handling Ms expositions will .land directors In good stead in this case. They aro sanguine or success In, land. tug the exposition, too, and have thoir plans all mapped out. When the final decision will be made' if to' the place of the (air 'in 1816 I, no .tyot, but Lethbridgo will be. present at the Meeting, and w 111 endeavor to have the support of enough from other western cUles to carry, the STIGlBfm LOAN r n to tlmt time in Calgary and Edmonton. Every other year the fair _heUt the west, so' that It alternates between the east and west. It would .bring a great deal of advertising the oily, .which by. that time should in a be when t Springs I Ihe President and Secretary Brvan. the''welcome: ceremony the J fTlte Orange hotel I Elaijiicd .'the ntlcntum of the travrlt who had worked theit trip I wheat fields of Iron I Harrhill. llr.C l-tCSIUCHV uuu Ttie left at 2.IS. going to jThe'president's action todny follow- I Baro'us, Snble and Monarch. They jnB closely the unofficial -announco- will visit the Noble and Miehach. farnis on t'nelr way back to. Ixith- Baroni Hearty Welcome -luly. "ni'wij I entertained at hotel by 1 addresses of I v.-elcomo .we're Mellyered by Dr. Wall- I win and II. E.'Hansdn to which sult- I able replies wore -made'. From here 1 the party went to" .where they I were, mat .bj' Mr, C. S. .Noble, and ihown ovor his big farm.' ..City hall wears'a deserted look t5- day. '''fhe: get-actiuaintcd excursion JM I the cause. Kight head officials accom- I panied the- party this morning, and I their deputies are in charge todiy. I Those who look. Ihe trip are Mayor I Hardie, .Ins. Tracy, commission- I rr of commerce and manufacturing, I Oeneril Superintendent Reid, Chief 1 Davis, Chief City Assessor l-Meech, Acting Cii-y Engineer Harvey 1 and City Storekeeper I The autos lined up on sevcnt-h I street as per schedule ami headed hy I the started off on tlio 1 trip the weather being all that the [most emoting-coiild demand. WHOLESALE 'CRUELTIES PON- FIRMED BY fjNpEPEND.ENT 'iNVESTIGAT'VDN anfoid: Deals With Civ- ic Suppress Boosting JiilfelC.-The feature of the conventloh this morning'' wao-'-ttfe -fleliverec uy-'Bi-llayor.' >V-.- -Sanfprd'uiSvnhB, ;of i t deal o aversn better position to handle. an exposition than last fall when, the con- here. Mr'lAdams.andMf.'Jack will he. ound. wh in Lrandoi, and If they see hope for success n WE campaign .will- be- oreanlzed on their return to carry1 the plans; throUKh. In Evan RTidYoeiud local govern l> l-f. th'e: establishment ot-.a local goverr L 'Which would fuHill -th .confirma.; ;'as Ihe Ipcnl- goverr n tha reporlejl. and of the Uulgartau-lroops tants is a smoking says has.juat returned -ticteifrom--Seres, ..wbcrB thoroughlv (I the. -s! tion. -nVt--; story tpSayHtom uoiranj HI ]r I aHown'-iorly'miles to the north-vvest ULUIUUILU t galoulki' Mussulmans there have SUSPICION THAT A FIRE BUG 3U6Y WORKING IN BRANDON. bin, but the elevator had been iscd tor years ntul tlie.damage h. h I trill? thcj year mailc a written declaration coimter.- signed by three local- Bulgarian priests that Ihe Bulgarians slaugb- lered Mussulmans sought. rgfugc in Doiran loi'nding country. Brandon, July Kire, probably an incendiary origin, here this norning destroyed the old. elevator wned hy tlic C.N.H." at the corner f KiThth 'street ami MoTavish Avc. blaze was the tliird within a days, of supposed incendiary ori- will not amount to SI ,000. The lire was spectacular, and for a while it ooied as if damage would run info many tlionsuntts. ihent boards 61 Great liritain, tha before any- iasiie debcnturer, coul be" riindeiupoil the- world's money..mai means of the disiwsnl .cf.-th licSiey-'nskert lor in' the issue wpul be investigated and receive the Blam from tbe local eovers .n-He'-'citednhe case ofsoue of the. bi had r a Ca Into the liability itfj'Mei'ii'qth- In. the-east and :H md'.iriad'iS.thi's trip.1 as his'Clients cor, tliuied the great' boad tvbsorbini ody'qf KugliEh' InvcBtora. lo England-, with the eclsloij "that never '.In-the future vould "he -rerommcnd ,-a Cmmdlan bhd iSauo merely because it was- of- ifed. In Canada, -he had seen so .fvlAX CHART ENS, _ The.. Torbnl6: University .-.student, who four others who and FJREMEN AT VIRDEN Virdon. Mnn., July every cily of importance in Manitoba ami Saskatchewan was represented at the eighth annual convention of-the woster.i .Canada Kir-omen's associa tion which Is being held hero. Yes (erdny Chief Heat ot Saskatoon pre Biding, the conveutlon heard a treat izn on the building ccdo by Chief Bu- chanan, of ELEVATOR FIRE LOSS IS bnund fiver, 'taking ,oose .change, amounting to J30, with Vancouver, July tlm Itarly in. May man o 1 middle aRe WP.B 'mui-dered In SUnlo I body sliowln evidences of an atrrK I [mis crinie found Th Iliefth was badly decomposed, b.ut ther I was enough of the left in- I (act lo sh9w that the. man had'bear, I khocked'ouL wjth a .blow on.thc head J Tvith'a blunt Jhatrunieni-niid hlB head I tuff 'off. ;.ffla body waa lylnK In auch a closo I thicket (hat It must' have .taken ac J two men to carry him ibere, for around, thn body did not :ffbk as nan mien room for nny there. Thoro wns nothing In I Ul'e' liockelfl to fiirnlnh a clue d[ iden- 'OOT SEAT BY ACCLAMATION London, July Alexander iHcnd'ertcn has hecn returned unop- A-picture of the big grain elevator at Point Edward, which Th' I lien.'Alfred byitloton... v if t., ..-i f: burned 1. mnriy Ihstauces pi uhjudtcloiis raun- clpnl expenditure- 'lhat -before he would recommend a bond Issue to his personal -investigation -of he "city concerned would have to be made. munic-ipalitiea were to secure 'money readily on the London market'.jn' the future, tho provincial governments would have-to take ac- llo'u -along these lines so. that when issues wero nmde on the market they would have bchlml them-the approval of' a Vc'ompetenl .body ;of engineers, town' planners, etc., who would, thus assure the inrlUsh investor that the money ho contributed to' the upbuild- ing otlhe cities ot Canada was being wisely hnd junicionmy KSgSmlect. Commissioner Saskatoon ti-.c past tw Mayor Short ot Kdmonton, and Aid. Lcthbridge, Macklin of Swtlt Current, also took sent.nn asSl a-.prominent part in tho discussion Mr.- ..y'oatth" through his Intimnto knowledge na ouelneor to the Acton London County council, was nble- to oxulniii many'.-of the details 'that Mr. Kv.-ms wss 'able to Just touch lightly upon. .To' Suppress Fake Boosting Foremost among important resolu- tions ndopted today wns- the follow- ing which will have far reaching ef- fects, providing tlie-recommendation 'contained therein Is carried out.1 -.The resolution was Introduced' by Com- jmlrslouer Nelll of the city of North I Rn'iitc-fdrd, and Is given herewith in If reports are published In dally papers, financial journals and other .channels of in 1 tentlonnlly or through ignorance o, for selfish purpose's, which are In mnny instances not founded on fact 'nnA .are: frequently calculated to mts- ,lend and deceive the public, with tho that discredit Is brought to'the mimiclpnlity concerned In respect to Its finances' and the morals of the community referred to lowered' PROMINENT WOOL GROWER WAS TOO 'TRUSTFUL OF AN ALLEGED FRIEND [iine top Uncertain Frpm ther StanJpoint-Mban Fall Fair Idea ff -cu'Afiiv-; DEAD- Toronto, "July brief'illness, Lady Clurk. wife. of Sir William Mortimer Clark, late Lieutenant-Governor. of Ontario, died early this morning. Soutiiecn Alberta's big exhibition; next year Kill be in -luly. Already the board ol directors of the l.eth- :..exhibition hoard, are v to-tbal Tli'ere will IJc nn exhibition this (all. The fair '-munagemcut. practically even" on the June fair, aU though rain week made it a fai.lyre''.bO laf- crowds were p These were the. ..most important -AT FORT WILLIAM Vdinls'-.of of the _.. Lefob'ridge1 Exhibition' Doard, held to consider tho financial, statement ol the fs'r. just closed. The auditor s report received, 'but- is' not given out for publication today as the. offi- cial auditor, himself.'was not in the city to certify'to its. correctness. CRAZED WITH BOOZE STARTED FIGHTINO j.; Kort July iG.-During .the celebrations which followed two wed- important matter up-foi abtint thirty years oi age, was heat- discussion last night besides the pro- en so-badly that he dipil a (ew hours 'posal to go after the Dominion Fair had the wocl pulled the ,iarvcsl. .Stalker's month of i on the. hend wilh a club. The that the direc ors dj, t flin conEuioiLsness. A accused ol that a wilful murder has been ,e man accused of he lo ,hL ma ,cen m town for I datcs between the. Calgary .t. h-ni'n Uficn llllllBr it 11. S. Barry is the the- theft-.' He had- be the past two days, stowing at the Winnipeg fairs. This would have be of hotel clerks, He and a hotel- .publication. HO Dominion lair thero-this. month, louirimr practically "two Mil w 1 iir__j !_..- .1. from but. it is said ..t worth.ahout.the. one. meal.- ''really onlj' Itwcen." As for advertised dates, (hrce fall1 djijs in with Ire- fall exhibition it. was j ifler the circumstances to However, if the Letli- by Hujh- .es, andjt Is MipKtod that they the r.jintater, after which tho Incl- no .closed. In connection with the races, i likely that the fair next ywir- will have more 'running events tho race program. An efforfwiU he made, to hang up a J1000 purse, for a derby, event, nnd "ii-this proyds a-sucr-ess It will'be made an" annual, oyent, ;