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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETllJlltlD'UK JJAJLY irEJKAJLJ) Thursday, July 1JU1. HARD LUCK LOST THEKOLAPORE CUP With Mother Count- ry; Lost on the Long Range Bisley Camp.; England, Tuh The Canadian .team has hopes this -afternoon1 of'carrying ofE the Kdlaypro.'cup; The Hglit.'fB good but the wind Ihe selected eight for Canada is as follows: Lieut. F. H. Ont.; Private Bibby, Duridas, Ont.: Lieut. W. 0. Morris, Winnipeg; Sergt. Russell, Ot- tawa; Lauce Corporal Trainor, Toron- private Clifford. Toronto; Corp- oral Quebec, and Staff Sergt. Freeborn. Hamilton; Lieut. Meikltjohn, Ottawa (spare.) Coach- es, Staff Sergt. Richardson, Victoria, and Lieut. Splttal, Ottawa. Other teams entered are England. Guernsey, India, South Africa and Now Zealand. Gibson arid a large party'of Can- adian visitors are attending tho shoot- ing for the Kola porn Cup. The tro- phy is properly entitled "The Rajah of Kolapore's Imperial Challenge and is open, to teams of eight from the mother country, the over- seas dominions. India, the Crown Col- onies and Channel Isles. The cup was founded in IS71 by the late Rajah and conditions are seven shots each st 30.0, 500 and GOO yards, the team with the highest aggregate at the three ranges winning the cup, while the X. R. A. presents a special com- memoration silver howl to the captain adjutant and each member of the winning team. At the first stage, seven shots at 300 yards, the Canadian eight scored a. lead of four points over country, who were second, with '251', the-Mother Country scoring 248f India 233, Guernsey 242, Souih Africa 237 and Now Zealand 3-14. The individual scores of the Canadian team were as follows: F. H. Morris 31, Bibby 31, AV. C. 3-1. Russell 30, Trainor 33, Clifford 33, "Mortimer 31 and Freeborn 26. Shooting magnificently at the sec- ond stage of. the Kolapore, seven shots at 500 yards, the Canadian eight) BOY MONEY IN1 ONE., DAY'may-he earned wltliv :us than during AX ENTIRE WEEK in other ways. Appli- cants must he bright, neatly clean hands and face We want ihe MANLIEST boy in the city. Come early pre- pared for work. J. G.-Robertson ,Co. LETHBRIDGE, ALT A. incttaaed their load of -1 on the first itage to thirteen points. Every man shot well, while Corporal Mortimer of Quebec madq a possible. Tho Can- adian total at this range was the Mother Country making India Guernsey 255, South Africa -50 and Now Zealand -51. adiaus were as follows: F. 11. Morr HIbby 3-1, O. Morris Kussc 31, Trainor W, Clifford 33, Mortim 35 and Free-born yi. After out shooting the Mother Cou try rille men. their nearest oppo cuts at tho two shorter rang thus getting a lead of thirteen, il Canadian eight struck a bad run at the last range and longe shots at tlOQ yards, an lost so much ground that the old con try men crept up and tied at 759. Th Mother Country "having tho blgges score at the longest range won tli cup. M'.ich sympathy was expresse around ihe camp for the fall off the Canadians when victory seemc certainly within their grasp. Canad could do no better than 2-13 at th long range, their last shot being outer by Freeborn. it then require five consecutive bulls by tho ol country to tie the score and tliei men did the trick. The Canadians made scores as fol lows: F. It. Morris 30, Hibhy 32. O. Morris 33, Russell :r. Trainor 29 Clifford 33, Mortimer 2S, Freeborn 25 Total 2-13. Other totals were: Mothei Country India 222, Guernsey 230 South Africa 240 and New Zealam 234. This morning: tho first stage of St. George's Challenge Vase was shot off being fifteen shots at liOO yards, the second stage 15 shots at 900 yards is shot off Saturday and the top hun- dred men today are eligible for it. Of the Staff Sergt. Freeborn did best with 71, other scores being: Sergt. Carnitchael, Calgary, til: Sergt. Patterson Sergt. Russell 70, Sergt. Martin liS, Lieut. W. O. Morris (il, Sergt. Gauthaus 57, Col. Sergt. Hod- son, Calgary, 65: Major McHarg, Vancouver, (S3; Sergt. White 05, Pte. Warden, Vancouver, 6S; Pte. Clifford, ti2; Lieut. F. H. Morris, fiO; Sergt. In- structor Bayles (J2; Pie. Bibby 6-1: Lieut. Spittal 50; Staff Sergt. Hall -S3; Major McLaren 53; Lance Corp. Trainor iiO; Capt. Milne, Vancouver, Corp. Mortimer, mi, Staff. Sei'gt. Richardson, Victoria, (M; Major Di.ff StuarJ, Vancouver, ;Lleut. Qlark, Corp. Roberts: and Lieut. Meiklejohn, 57. WINNIPEG GETS AN OFFER FROM MACKENZIE AND MANN Per Share Asked for Their Electric Interests Winnipeg, July the past two 5or three days rumors have been circu- lating that the purchase by tho city, a balance that would provide of the Winnipeg Electric holdings here 17 per cent, on the issue of city cieben- owned by .Mackenzie AUtiiHj lures to inept tho five per com. pur- stock and barrc.1, including the pow- chase price. Mis Worship wont o don he hail asccrtHined thut tho amount involved could be f inn need without detdment to the city's credit if tho price paid were reasonable, A reasonable. price, he estimated should allow tho following charges to be made nit of net income, mainly fruni the street railway, interest on outstanding bonds mid taxes as hitherto, sinking or plant at Lac Du Homier, the Street Railway, gas ami eleeirio lighting plants, etc., capitalized HI over thir- teen millions, was on (ho eve of say that the city was asked to reach an immediate decision on tho offer of Sir William who would not reduce that the of ac- the purchase price t compIiRhment. Shortly aftpr noon to-jnwUer had been fully considered by day Mayor Sauford ICvans issued ajthe city council and that Hie general tateuumt outliiiini; the course of re-.opinion was that the offer was not tin- cent.negotintions which after discard-jfaii, provided and always reserving !ag the alternative offer-jthat an audit of company's hooks ed by Sir McKenxie, boiled jshov.cd the nocessar.v .-joven per cent. :Iown to whether or not it was worth (profit nn the price. 5'ilfi [ho while, of Ihe city of Winnipeg to'tint the proiwsiUon be buy out the company as a going to an early vote of the :orn. Sir William made an offer in ratepayers and said that although at LAWN MOWERS HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO GET ONE! his respect on tile basis or per this tizne he is only concerned with In cash or bunds guaranteed by the .financial' aspects suggested that ho city and bearing 5 per cent. In- jit tho city bought out the company Its crest. Mr. Evans went on to state varied interests should lie adralnis- hnt during his recent visit to by a competent commission. CANADA'S CLAIMS AGAINST THE U.S. Washington, reitty between D.C., July lie United States and HEAVY RAIN IN PORCUPINE Porcupine. Ont., July Par- nplne, or what is left.of it. is saved. Britain providing for the so-iking rain is falling and has been ration of pecuniary claims between 's'_nce, one. tllis morning. The he two countries in accordance with he people of Golden City are taking art- arbitration treaty, was iititied by Hie senate exeumlve inflammable houses and hotels, ion today. The treaty provides that bodies of .MucDbnalt! and Meehan four months either of ihe gov- ju'ero brought in from Redstone, Night- nim'ents may submit to the other any Lake district yesterday, laims which it desires shall be pass- upon, the only condition being that le claims shall be in groups. All inis uot submitted within the time lecified are to be barred. A tribunal of three meniters one of hich is to he chosen by the United rates another by Great Briuin, and ie third by the first two is provided r. It is to sit in Washington. With e-treaty there a long i the inirer who was drowned in try-, st of shipping claims against the! to cross the rlrerlast week, had I ritish government 'and a much short-, fccui recovered ''u'y a rancher l.vjnj? list against this government, con-1 ('run the river past the1 town. Vhe sting in the main of Canadian de-j.Mounted Police were notified and Hilda-for the. refund ot hay duties, j went; out this afternoon to bring ,'u MINER'S BODY WAS RECOVERED Word was received this mo-ii. from Pinnmnd City that the body ol We have just received a late shipment, and are Clearing Them at Cost Price. Every machine i is modern in every detail, and' the' stock consists of three different sizes: 14 in., 16 in. and 18 in. MAKE YOUR HOME SURROUNDINGS BEAUTIFUL .By ..Modern .Law.ii "Mower which you oiin cut the grass in hall' tho time mid work .experienced- by iisiug'tuV'old machine. Gall in and let us show you one. PRICES: 14-Tnch Lnvni Mowers, high 16-Inch Lawn Mowers, high Lawn Mowers, high Grass Co II colors. U, 16 iuul 18 filch r We also have a line of HARDWARE complete in every detail. Every- thing yo.ii desire in Stock. i C. W. GRAY Hardware 310 Fifth Street, Lethbridge, Alberta. riiono EASTERN LIBER4LS ARE ANXIOUS FOR EARIYEECTION PUT THEM IN CRAZY HOUSE Detroit, July the conclusion this afternoon of the convention of the National Editorial Asspciatfqri 'or, Rational Pross Association as it-has been known, the delegates will STRIPPED .-MAN AND THEN ROBBED HIM Brandon, .Inly Bailnevar, a-Galician employee of was held up, stripped of his cWt.hes and robbed of a small amount of money ai midnight at a lonely snot north of the CiP.R., by four men. The police are investigating the case. any of the American claims are of ng npt ted upon by the' committee on eisn relations until now and was rati- fieti.'iis soon ufe-.; reported, an unusual There 'was no debate. GIFT FROM BISHOP LEGAL TO GALT- HOSPITAL The Gait Hospital acknowledge with thanks the receipt of a dpnaUon of from Bishop Legal of St. Al- bert. the remains. The funeral will be held. Addison's under- taking" parlors., resolution will bring up the question of Chinese immigration frauds which were inquired into by a royal com- missioner, whose report has not yet been made public. H is expected .that lite discussion will last, until laic in the evening The political situation'remains un- changed. The first ministerial can cus will he held on Tucsdav. The Conservatives have riot vet decided when they will meet in caucus. It'is understood that eastern members, particularly those from. Quebec are urging Sir Wilfrid Laurier not to Since H. fh.rl.in arrived in.the city kcl'l' scssion' on the morning of July 13th he ha f" "P. ness and go 10 the country at an ear- Ottawa, Ont., July after- noon the opposition on the motion to J .bark on an all-water trip to Montreal go into committee on reciprocity and Quebec, after which they will MARTIN FREE ONCE MORE Usit Muslioka and the Cobalt region or Northern Ontario.. ThereIs-itiuch speculation among the editors as to what kind of n reception they will .receive during their ;stay- -MuCnnHda On ihe opening day of the convention several speeches were made in which "union" with, Canada was strongly .advocated. So .much was said along this line that a great many delegates have, been dubbed "annexation boost- Judge Sutherland, Toronto, on, the floor of the convention, took ex- ception to union sentiment and Bpoko" warmly against It.- Speaking of this- matter, one of the prominent dele- gates to the convention expressed prehensiopsins to? the nature of their] treatment at the hands of Canadians We certainly cannot .expac-t iiuis tp .be very hospitable to ho. said1 'and I think we shall be lucky if .we escape without hostile demon- strations, knowing as I do the tenj- per of Canadian people regarding an- nexation. THEATRICAL made a very close acquaintance wit the police court officers, hut hi I troubles came to an end for a tim j today when he was dismissed, on .th icharge of being a frequenter of house OL ill-fame, The dismissal c the charge of being a frequenter of house of ill-fame. The dismissal on technical grounds, it being tjroiiglj out in the evidence that although I had been arrested in a house of this reputation, he bad not been asked tr give a satisfactory account of him self. Tlie law is very clear on this point and the magistrate felt- thai there was no otii.er course open hut a dismissal. Tilt daily drunk pulled down the usual request for three bones and a vag was told to go to work and nev- er appear again. The proprietors of the Dairy Lunch counter got into a fine family row yesterday which resulted in'three' of them appearing in a body..at court In's morning to Kay'information for assault against each other. George iolm charges Sieve Cains of assault- ing: him. (Jains says that Christo- pher 'Christ 'responsible for the fracas arid lays information against him, for which Christopher, presum- ably that he mightcget. in on tfic do- ings comes hack and lays'informa- tion against Steve Cains. "It will all boil down into a question of'who hit who first, and Magistrate Ball will solve the puzzle tomorrow morn- ing. "When Greek meets Greek" is the title of the aflrav. LORD KNOLLY8 TO London, July says Lord Knollys, principal private secretary to King George, is tu retire. He will be succeeded by Lord Stamford.' WATER FAMINE IN AUSTRIAN CITfFS Venice, July bursting of a water main caused n twater fnmlno In Venice, and Pellestrina. I The government is sending naval 'tank ships from Ancona JUH! else j where and the water situation IB -he- coining grave. Fire did considerable damage to the plant of the, ('aitafhi Cement, Co., al Shallow The kiln biiilij- ing was dcslrqjed. ly date. REVOLUTIONISTS AREJNJMROL Capo Haytian, Haytf, July "THE SQUAW MAN" Few persons of" the thousand's who have seen "The Squaw in which Clarence Bennett ami company will be seen at the Majestic Theatre on -Monday and Tuesday nights, July 24 and 25, have stopped to think Unit the Indian chieftain, is presented with.such startling fidel- ity in the play, is the theatrics1 representation of-a famous character that lived and. died during the Ute city Is at'the mercy of revolutionists j campaign in which General el son and is being pillaged All tne gen "Miles figured some ago The erals opposed to revolution have i name of'this Indian has been retained, 'omul refuge in foreign for it is. one'that should live in bis- The French consul was slightly wound During .the active campaign ed while offering protection to local against the Utes, General .Miles found ulhoriUcs. The last of government -himself-penned up in a river bottom battalion embarked under a shower flnd surrounded by hordes of Indians. by Geneial Monplaisarf governor of Port Prince and Commander of federal troops, fought valiantly but other for- ces of government offered 'feeble as sistance. The greater part of the defeated federals are now scattered north of this city and the southern district is aniet. TO OCCUPY NEWPREMISES N. H. Murray has received word rom the P. Burns Co. that the ,er store of the Burns block would e vacated as soon as the company ould find suitable quarters for n neat market, and that the whole build: ng would he given over to him. The Burns meat market will he moved temporary quarters on Third Ave., the old stand lately occupied by tawden Hros.' furniture store. II. is umored that, the company will build block shortly for a permanent meat arket, as they have several good usinoss locations in the city. A3 uon as the meat market is removed rom the Burns block Mr. Murray will with the installation of the ar in connection with the hotel. WENTY THOUSAND MEN NEEDED ON C. N. R. Winnipeg, July Canadian "orthern" railway issued statement at would be re- ired to harvest the yield In tho ountry tributary to Its line nlone. Vhilo the company hopes to draw a arge tiuola of men from Eastern Can- da it. Is directing special efforts to- obtaining IL few thousand from !ie south. Klmirn has carried a by-law1 to iiX'titfse U acres fOi a market place. Seven couriers he had sent out bad been captured and killed by the en- emy, and situation looked posi- tn ely hopeless unions some word cotilt! be sent to fort, fifty miles In "the: command was Tabywana, Hho had been cast nut of his tribe for daring to exhibit fidelity to an. ofDcor had befriended him some time 'heforei To General Miles went this and said that the Indian would attempt to reach tho fart, provided General .Allies would intrust, him with a dispatch. It wa3 a casp of Hobson's choice, for DO fiiO but ,an Indian coula hope to >jeC through. "Tabywana started on the best pon> th.it obtained and he had not gone far'when was cpypred .and pursued ,by. the Utes. Having failed to cut him off they set fire ...to the prairie, the flsrpes soon overtook the courier. In desper- ation he killed his pony, disembow- elled it, crept Inside the carcass and managed to remain alive mi til tha fire passed by, and though he was terribly injured he crept to the fort, a distance of twenty miles, on his hands nnd knees. His hands had been burned to the bone where he had held the body of the pony together during the passage or the fire.-- I-t is this character that Edwin Mtlton Boyle has immortalized in his play. Clarence -Janrcson, M.P. renominated hs' Uighy, N. has S., Con'- Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. Are offering for sale the cheapest lots on the market situated north of the track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. ;