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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. LElHBrUDGE.' ALTOHTA. FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1911 NUMBER 183 HEA AT LETHBRIDGE BELFAST SCENES ON WHICH MANY EYES ARE HISTORIC SPOTS WHERE HISTORY IS EVER IN THE MAKING LETHBRIDGE RECOGNIZED BY BIG COMPANY AS THE CENTRAL POINT IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA Divisional Superintendent Will be Fred Walker of Calgary-Comes on Aug. Bring Staff of 35 Men-New District Centering Here Will Cbver 530 Miles of Nearly Beat Lethbridge to it Hon. J. Kf Hemming De- fends Timber Policy NOTES FOR STOCK His Knowledge of the Lumber- man's Fund-Carvell, M.'P. Cross Examines uopcr photo shows a detachment of Royal Irish Constab ulary At the left is Ulster Memorial Square, the cene of previous riots In the circle I Belfast Castle overlooking the city, residence of Lord Shaftesburyrai4d besicle It is Ulster Hall which has played a great part in opposlfioff td Hom'e'T'Rulk URGE CARRANZA TO CE United States'.Efforts Bent in that Direction-Demand Pro- tection for. Huerta May Repudiate Debts Contracted by the Late Government Local Collieries Squaring Away for Big? Run .Starting Nelct Month TABER MINES HOPE -TO BREAK RECORDS Washington, July United! and the assurances given by Carran- St. John, X. 13., July uing his examination ot Premier j -Flemming in the inquiry into the tim- ter charges today, M. Cl. Teed, K. i C., asked questions calculated to show how the province had bcnefittcd Sy -the adoption, of tlie Flemming timber policy. The increase of stum- jiagc on cedar, jir, bemlock and hatd wood increased the revenue by (100 a year. .Mr. Victualing was then asked to explain bow he had secured Hie, live shares'of stock in the Maine New lirnnswick. Power company. "I acquired it froni the Eastern Se-j entities- the 'premier ex-1 plained. "Diil yoii pay tor it "1 did, through the hank of Xova 'Scotia at Frcdericton; giving my own note.in-part and aTio'ie eiiiUiraetl by a friend for the balance." "What became of the liability have paid it, with the exception of a small amount still unpaid on the note." you acquired 28 more shares of stock "Yes as a right on the five shares of old stock. I paid lor this partly in cash at the time of issue and partly by.draft made by the treasur- er on me at sixty days. I sold the stock before the balance o! the draft was due, I' think." "The Premier hart first heard of. Tirahkley, original treasurer of the fund, through Berry, who hart said that Brankley would he acting-for the lumbermen. Asked to- day, what had .occurred when he, TceH, Berry and Bianklcy had met at the Parker House in Fredcrlcton, his .'recollection was that Teed was in the room and tluvothers came in, in a'few (the Premier.) liad the down to tire dining room for lunch. The Premier .did.not remember, stating to Brank- loy that whatever Berry 'n him about Teed-would be.all right, lie] tvoiilil not say. .that lie, had not made such a statement and he was willing r _ome of the [pr shipment until after the first eral back benchers confess thai they! break records from the start and continue breaking them throughout the winter. There is, not an ounce of coal upon the prairie, not a single; dealer, having slocked up during the j summer, so thai lie predicts, once full start is made, the best run that j the Tabcr coal mines 'have ever ex- i perienced. variety of counsels and even threats IB. from paying school taxes. the from the Nationalist leaders and the law calling for exemption from muni- labor party.' it is also felt among his own supporters that Mr. Asnuitl, cipal taxes only. At the time the bylaw was passed HEAVY FIOHTlNCr REPORTED On Board IT. S. S. California, La paz, July 16, (Via wireless to; San Diego, July fighting is reported .today at Acapulco, where three of the Mexican forces Constitutionalists, Federals and Za Patistas, have embroiled' over posses ion of. the seaport. Foreign property and shipping reported to he in danger and Rear Admiral Howard, commanding tlie Pacific fleet, has despatched the.crui- si-r, Chattanooga to the scene to aid the cruiser Cleveland in protecting foreign interests. The Federal evacuation of Guay- anias is complete. The last of the. garrison, long hemmed in by the Con- stitutional' forces of General Ohro- gon, embarked-southward last night with, their liorscs and accoutrements 'in six steamers and four lowing schooners. A -provisional government lias been established and other vails throiijjli the city. TABER TAX 30 MILLS Rate for General Purposes and for Schools 10 Taber, Alta., July At a special meeting of the City Coun- cil held on Tuesday evening, the tax rate, for this year of 30 mills was struck. This was made up as'follo'ws: For genera! mills; for debenture account, OK mills, ami for school, 10 mills. A discount of 10 per cent, will be allowed if nald before October 31, or a discount of 5 per cent, if paid during November, PINCHER CREEK'S NEW: ALDERMAN Pincher Creek, Alta., July Libel was elected by acclamation for councillor to fill the vacancy made by T. Scott's resignation. LOST IN BAD NEW YORK Toronto, "Ont., July Unt- ile Wllletts of Toronto, believed'.to have been lost on the Empress of Ire; found leading an immoral life, in New 'York. She left a husband and four chiVilrctti" would have "bettered matters by some it was generally understood to call plain indication this afternoon of j for exemption from school taxes also, how he proposed to deal on broad j but apparently it does not, and there- the clfanges introduced byiin comes the hitch. This spring the 'school board brought the matter to the nf.the: C.P.K., and a fight was developing as to the interpreta- tion of the bylaw, it meant about ?200l> annually in tlie .pockets of the T j school .board, and oiit ot the cof- the Lords. DYNAMITER PARDONED Kingston, Ont., v titions from many rich Catho- 1ic associations, the part be took in bringing to justice the murderws of Dr.. Cronin in Chicago' years ago, ills good behavior, and his. age, were reasons which decided the do- y parlmont of Justice to release oh parole, from the provincial penitentiary'' at Portsmouth tempted to.dynamite the Wei- land Canal 'locks at Thorold in April, 1900. lie had served fourteen years. He immediately left for Philadelphia, where his family reside, fers of the C.P.R. So Superintendent.Coleman came to the city today to do or die. And he did. He put it lip to the city com- missioners as a straight proposition that tho bylaw in spirit called-for the exemption from, school taxes whether or not. the letter of the law was to that effect. And If the city was hot willing to forego the 'legnl'nutbblo and allow the past interpretation to re- main'in effect during tho tenure of Dillon (Karl niam 111 euect uunug iiiu leaner of tbe .gang, which at- I the agreement, which runs some elev- en years more, then Macleoa would welcome the advent of a divisional superintendent and staff, tor he'would order it placed there. Tbc.to.wn of Macleod last spring offered the. C.P. n. valuable concessions if .Macleod were chosen over- Lo'thbrldge There was some scurrying a.bout a ter Suneriulcnderit Xolemah delivered his ultimatum .to the commissioners. The iichool board iiad'had a previous and decided to give up their and a conference, ivas immc- diatclj c-illcd to gee how they would BOYCOTT ULSTER UNIONISTS traders liv Ireland have decided to boycott Ul- ster Unionists dealings. Ferreting Out Mystery of the Taber Child Tabcr, July 1C. Hamman visited the police office yes- evening and viewed the re-i naiiis of the mysterious child. He gives his opinion that the body is one of a girl apparently sbout nine years oi age, and also has been leail about four years, He also made the statement this morning that it was, judging by the, deformities o! the that of a cripple.. It is understood that 'the police, have evidence that a band of .Indians were camped near the spot during the building of -the bridge live years ago, and that they had a crippled girl about nine years old with them at that time. The police are following this slender clue, and arc endeavoring to locate the same band of Indians. The skull and Pi-rt'oi the' body were wrapped in a tartan plaid gar- ment, pieces ol which in good 'preser- vation are now in the hands of Vhe police. WANT TO BUY OIL STOCK Calgary, Alta., July 17 .Three million dollars cash has been offered to the Calgary- Alberta Petroleum Co. for the shares of Us stock, which is equivalent to 80 cents a share. The offer was cabled" from.the Old Country, and was i acelved Thursday afternoon. It is being considered ;