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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe 1 If Vohiiw TV. RY. SURVEYORS AT LAKE Alta.. Friday, July 21, Rumor That Great Northern is Com- ing in (Special ;o the Warner, in Warner today '.a scribe happened across a Ity ;of Bndj noV that snrrei In 3.-7. rum lor the Can lie cast slnrfdcr from the vlcln- l.akc. Asked about in Ills country he said were now at work i puluninir) sunc) trlheln liailwiv from lie understood wasi P. BURNS TO BUILD NEW BLOCK important leal eslale Imnsat lion has just been closed by tlie P. Uiuiio Co n herein Ihe iiiuiic llie 25 foot lot between (he Acndia .block and the store until recently occupied to rim Iliroi lUltoudo and l.uckv j ,'n B os I'uipobe eject Stnte It vvis repotted to "S a bus him tint worJwas lo Mail at the fT' Lclhl ridge endKimkinic cist in tune to calch dop Thcie is also rumor in Hit home ttcad. district 7iat the Great North- ciii is to cntj Alberta about 1-1 Ins repoit i4ubst inti ittd In the tact ilnl Hit V H 1J Han icks ch was iltltcd in 2 8, Ins bctn moved to the nundar) line at 1 S The Ilcralirsjnformaiit also stated tint the locapu ol IHil Witti like tn ill maps (wrong it uoesu I to ch 3 0 at [1 Krom and reliable source tl.t titd that ttlnl looks lntv a final for tlit Grind 'I link runs fillies west ol ttarner mess the TOM CARTER NEW MAN TO GOVERN THE MAY BE IN PARTY Former U. S. Senator Montana was In- vited of TO TAKE TRIP With Great Falls People to Lethbridge Next Month The inopertj was sold by A B fataffoid the owner The premises it piesent occunled by the P Hurns Co In the Alexandra IJoleI be Mealed at once and unll] the new block ib completed tile tirm nill do business In the store for meih occupied In Bawden Bios 1 In. Alexandra Hotel will Ulihve the pic sent premises of the P Burns Co time giving them the entire building for hotel .purposes. Orcat Kails, July Groat alls bond of commeice Heciprocity Hoosleib escuiaiun into the piov mce of Alberta, Canada, with lib chief I no trapping points beius, Cal.aij Lelh-luc On leaving Daw5011 Henderson and Banff, Is no Ic-ger a mat- was the recipient of an address a of piobabihty U b one of Ihe of plate and Moose hnlo Vanooiim tll C, luh nissiuntr lltndcrson o' tlir id on is if it from Cth He letlic rom Ilia! oflite in Dtumuci and vill likely bo succttdtd In >iJs.on, who lias betu .iclnur trlnnn- Mnlor since Juh 1 lias limi a member of I hi ukon Conn cil minv jtars and chief license m- the tmiton lltmlmon will return to his liw pnclict litre taat the iikon mines will this season hale a lngu output tli in in am vrar oi 'lu p is! four the fotu million miik of 1'I07 big incicast ii due to Hit moit oi the milling i companies tnhiyi1 md pcnect til Uicir systems I lure line disCovciics o' am gieal v ONE SHOT BEHIND Remarkable Shooting of Canadian Kifle- man KING'S PRIZE hr intervals of il is seldom .s tht location is lei- Tut whole southern 100 it Sl.iiics ai ic lett are set, cvtredone un sure colfltr, is 01 he-mil vivc foi rail inid tUlmhtcst movement o! operators is tttlied wilh the clos- est intcicst pp hpiipsleid country ca t of Warm and iVi'i. Hivei lad slnpe foniarKctiiii; tins crop Many I Iniil I, milts t U untr and me ol the boUleis tiir Faith di ict cast Oi I uc ill il tg Medicine Hat 'Montreal ('Itoi Pointer of control ye El'ow Ing that ty In 'Montre Eessment roll 1 i i of w hlc empted' oiv't eimnent, Tell, pertj 8IG EXEMFON IN MONTREAL lull nutted lo the boar d iv a statemeui total value of pjo according to the as 1110 w is 5 1100112423 was ex ground of being go, and municipal pio THREE 1LLION BSHEL CROP That is (hat People Clare; 3lm District (unt on ENGINE WENT INTO_ACAN4L Engineer Drowned and Traffic Seriously Im- peded Poit OntMJulj hair "past eleven IJSL night a Oiand Uunk fiilne and tender tumbler over the bank of the U'ellmd cana drowning the engineer, Clmiles Smit of Sarnia, and giving the fn email ducking The canal bridge was swung open to pernnj; a lug to piss ip the channel Appaientlj the train engineer was not aware of this foi stilted foi ward The Inldgo greatest certainties possible in- the boosting line Tor tlie board's commit- loe met night and finished all de- tails in checking up its subscnberi for tlckels and llie sub-commitlee w-as ordered lo close the "contract with the railroad company for Ihe special Pull- man Iraln lodny Seventv rive tickets allendj have been subscribed and there is a veiv good ground foi the spec lal will start fiom the Great Falls sta- tion on its tour of fnendl, invasion with no loss than 10 or perhaps moie iban 100 going along lo shout llie piaises of the Llectne Citv and help spleacl tood fe'lowslilp all the tiail thiongli Hie Canadian piovmce The advertis'ng commillce has been empowered lo irm the et cinsloiiislb with jll needed leather Vork, upon whieli Ihe vyas, inscribed- SIR WILLIAM ;INJHE DARK Knows About lad not closed when he i cached the lank and both engine apd tendei top pled over The fireman Jumped wide the wreck Navigation of the canal be blocked until the ngine can be removed The finnn ln.1 loss to shippers from the block de of iranlo will be verv great as the aBbuife of the caiTai during the pas lias lippn llie heal lest of its his ory with boosleis' bultoiii, and lo provide linen dialers foi llie membeis of the party so that wjien the patty slops in anv place oud Ihe people RO upon Ihe slieets Ulci will have a distin guiihing ui iform that will mark them as tlie.boosters. Another committee lias been isked to urge upon Goveinor r L Norns the advisabihtj of him and Airs Nor rls accompanying the pait) and also not formei United Slates Senntoi Thomas H Cartel to join llie excnr- lon anl help piotlann Montana s giealness to the people acioss the boi dei Not oulj has ilie committee been 'A .Clarcshn in subscriber of the ficrald write J w is ciop report oiuvnomt.s, .1 lu Im in it Hit outloo' foi i biunpcijop in i nearlj twice the acft in ciop I Ins veil to -wcl previous vcjrs I li'e cstimitc ttoillt WINTER WHEAT LOOKING FINE ICttll fldll tKCIltv- o sei thai ot Claris i was never better O T Ldilirop returned last night irom a trip to Mill- Piver and to llic tins morning he seated tint think a cor bt dOI) 000 nciq wheat a niohalue c's lo the of vest lielp ne making a probablt '0 bushtls 'Hie Inr- nill be about 150 hcvvasutvei more igrttanh surpris ed in In's life tlian vvhcu lie saw the great advance in -the crops in the south during Ihe' past The inter wheat hi particular IR- much better than, be expected to find it. as it. is well headed and well filled while the sltaw will he 1 area, with 121 000 j lomt enough to nm-c the crop cisilv cultiiation with handled In tlic vitnntf ol Milk ;e ol 25 to 30 bush- liivpi it will average nearly tlnrlv bushels, and in all likelihood the jicld will be greater than the spring wheat yield. delegated lo do Ihis bin lliere-Is blight outlook that those dfb unguishcd people win be membeis of tile part The bis, -will leave ting tv on ihe arteinoon of AugnshS a'nd vill lun through 10 Calgarj Tlipio will be bisgige cars and tinea" Pull mm sleeping cais and the fare or the Pabbengei includes the sleeping berth The will reich Cnlgarv in tne eailv inoimn., or Auniibt 3 and tlic boobteis will pasb that div visit mg wilh the live wire citizens Of that lively city. On the night of August tho cuision iram will make Ihe run lo Bnnft md the dij of August t will be passed nt Banif The night of August 4 will be occupied in maknu he inn l0 Lellilnidge The Leth inrtge lommc.cial club is planning a big foi the uoosteis on 3 Tneie will be pli ntv of pntortaniMent for Hie Inp piimanlj bioiifht (Con limed on Offer for Sale of Win- nipeg Property Toronto Inly Nillian) Mac savs todav 'hit he lud no know Irdire oi eitv council having deciilcii ttj itconnmnil-tlic >afc pajers-to' purchaie tin I Itc -with the rail- way power, light and liril iiljn-ts ,nd gai a of When the despauffli announcing tins was lead ovti to him Sir William? nd he had nol lieanl ol it before, nor liad he iccened inv cmumunici- Jion fiom Major I vans na'shted in the ilcspalch Abked whellici lie would be melin- til to consider fivol ibh such an of for Sir Wilh un snd that anv busi- ness, olTei would iiceive considciation blithe was not prepared to bav whc- tliu "the oTer of 000 000 winch works out al i share, would be lalorablj cntill lined 01 not Second Stage of Shooting Camp This Morning ASKS FOR DECISION SEAMEN WANT TO STRIKE AGAIN Inndon recrudente ic shipping and dockers'-strike lliuatcntd I lit stnl e at CauliB tu- Hisley Camp Julv IS at the fnsl range and U at tile second lange of the second btaDe of the, Kinfcs lodnj Lance Coiporalj 'lianior of Toionto v ho led H their" f.isl yas out of negotndoti., fb Place In IhVaggiegatc foi the two a stages bv one point only the wmnei tllltatcn to lclm> tllc strike are' also impending at othe dav resiilltd furtliei noting tacks wtit madt upon the Clinic sfanifii. Bamls of strikers inarehe llnough tin citv tiki g tie police 1 surpiiic Ihev vviiimd all the Ch nesc laundriis Ihe London doc: crs aie becoming lillp.ltienl. at the t Of Miners and Op- erators on Board's Award j Ottawa Julj copies ol the award 01 tho Conciliation Board inquiring into the coal miner's strike in Albert! and Pistcrn British unbia !iave been sent to both of the parties to the trouble, the miners and with a request that Hit I ibor Dcpaitnlcnt be informed of the silvei meda' bemt Captain Oaiiod of Ihe officers Iraming coips Oxford Eiigliml riie second stago consists of Ion shots e en at three iiundred and hundred v irds These totals add on lo the fhbt btage aggie gate m deleimining Ihe second stage itanding and the top bundled todav shoot tomoirovy'm the final stage beina ten shots each at'eigbt hundred nine bundled and one thousand jards The Kings man and the win ning order is detei mined b, the ag- lliose bulges added to tlio aggiegates of the first5 and second slages In (lie fust three bundled blage lo day 1 rainor male 48 and bllll held i lead of one point Ganod who made'a'posBlble al that state but In the following stage Ganod nade 45 -to Ti aaoi s U and tnei efoi e beat him by a point It was lint otherwise weathei condllions wpre perfect Fol- lowing aie. the mdividiul seoies of the Canadians shooting In the second I of the B pnye poits over llie icfusal of the ship owiarb to the union retaiv Ucl' of the union speaking i Sundtiland, said that unless file in ion was VholU ship ping of the north-east coast woulc be tied up week I----------------------- WILD SCENE IN THE CAMORRA TRIAL Vlterlo, ll-ilv luh most vtolenl scene of the Cammoiisl trial todaj was piovoked by personal du, pute between Cipt fabroni add Law Iloj m un tun u bath Uwji-is a-t .ouni uiiioo Lirano and ucnnaio mfoimeis it till own out lodilv bj cirblnenis Qn-mnoi fell m a fit and Piesident Blaniln helple'i'i lo mam tain 01 dei declued Ihe session ad jo'urned. Lance tforporal Tiniuor 1'rivate Bibb, Sergt Instinclor Balles T lent P H Moms Pi iv ate Clilloid Sergt .Russell gt Mai tin Capt Milne Ueut c Mou Is Col Seigl liodson Ueut Claik Ifajor Ueut Meilclejolin Hov close nai Mio silvei 200 yds 4d 46 43 48 46 4 'I 44 42 :W'as to vvim u n in figines Ho made 101 in ilie first Officers of Local Field Battery WANT LEMIEUX ACT ADOPTED IN. ENGLAND Tondon lulv Pailument ary. Committee of the Chamber or Ti ido In a IciKi lo Piemiei Abqultli suggests that there should he a court of aibltialniiu foi mtil dealing tudp d'sp .tcb on the same- lines ni tho Canadi n indnstilil mvesligatioiis act when he won tlie bionzo medal ami in the secoiul stage 01 an ag negate for the two stlges of 112 Captain Onroil who won Hie sihoi medil made OS in the fust and 15 m the sproncl oi Ji total of 10' liamoi Iheiefoi In handicapped bv ono point on enlerluj, thL riu il stage tomorrbv, Iho fciand iggrefcnte being for the highest Canadian geoies In tho first stage of the Kings and kf Ceoige Vase and for pev- eial othei TCIVICC nllcs contests (Continued on page 5) NO USE FOR MTENDERS Persian Premier's Wire to Former Shah; Excite- ment in Teheran fehtran, Persia, July, .31 Llial the Mir a is hum nig to has cans ed gielt conbleinaf ion The govern- ment his dicltrul nrattial I iw and Ihe Baklilia duels olTcred 50 000 men lo defend lehcran, but the, can not airive in time I ondon hilj 31 despatch lo the limes fiom Tiintrnn, sav s it is undcistood that the new nemier .md the national- sis, his ittened a telcgtain fiom .lie cvslnh, ordeung him to mam am oidci until the shall arrives '8 in ii her m Sipahdar replied that 18 Pcrsu obbervtd the constitutional mon-i'ilij and wpmji. ut.vci_.tolerale prcleuders rile incident his j. pecu- Hai plijuanev as Sipabdai's lovalt) to the const.tulion, llie despiteh sajs, has not bnn entiicly ahove suspicion ids 4' 47 41 41 41 47 vvhethci llicv will accept the award or not I Ins is Ihe usual procedure U is expected lhat befoie the end of the week both parties will have nc- tined the department of their deci- sion. Spokane Wanti strike Settled Spokane, lulv 20 -1 he Spokesman- Renew editorially iav s he oneness of the Inland Empire is evcmplifipd again bj tnu strike of the miners m the Clow's Nest coal- fields. Ihcse are m Canadian territory Spokane is an American citv But the Inland Lininre is an internation- al realm, taking m part of British Columbia as, well as parts of Idaho. )rtgon and Washington The indugl rial difficulties in the Canadian ion of the Inland Empire affecVAm- nc-i.i mteiests la the United'states cction. Hie merits of the case train e at the Crow s> ATest fipfd ot IKCII elucidatpd clcarl} But it'u pai that tlie public, the erncd parl; m the matter, is threat, ned with inconvenience ind financial damage if (he ,ics ire iiwedilv adjusted Spo- Induslncs'depend Jargely pniish Columbia-, i and Mhorla roristeannng coal the mines do not soon icsiimc operations' Spokam- dealeis will have to' look elsewhere for tin supplj of suchj.coal Wlnlc it is desirable that Spokane should have access lo more mines, is, for instance, those of Utah, it ii well that the Spokane Chamber of Commerce anjl the commercial bodies of llbcrtr British Columbia, crn Washington and northern IMia liould coopirale m devising means oi assisting the Canadian government to si ttlc ,a matter of intc'nahoMi manytindiittiiet "and argc manytin e numbers "at1 pcop'h- FATAL ACCIDENT NEAR HIGH RIVER LUMBERMEN WILL LOSE HEAVILY DOLLAR WHEAT IN THE WEST THIS FALL liRli linei Alia, lulj rht sevtiitun jeai old sou oi a tcttltr n lined ljiul living twrnlv-live miles wtst of High nm.r ttls thtown flour his hoist and killed T lit ridtrlcss hoist Mtn bv othci mimbtrs oi the f.imilv, Bho found Ihe nttim's liodi befoio lit( vas cvtmcl Imt could give no issisl'mcc oroncr liuswdl illinded and foiiml an m quest uiinecossarv I Forest Fires Threaten to do Great Damage Nova Scotia N Amhcisl N S July 21 of smoke Usible thirtj miles nway toda, above loipst fires in the Cum, berlmd still rage nnabit- ed fun Today s flames threnten the 'illige of Shules and have spread to 'I wo lineis and Rhgr men aie engaged in apparentfy lesh fight to check them Slj thoun- and acies of Ihe Chulea Lumber Co wve been swept out and lumber of Port Ore, llle are alto heavy loeera I here h is been no worthy of name for ten days Mi M.u In icvifwmg cnndilioii: yvc'l blilnl iliil Miniiesoi i would On- Iv luvr a (in Wheat in some Look foi dollar wheat this fill, vis tic si iti nimt midc tips norn mg In John Oldl un and r Mav- will two local men wbo aie guallv inluesttd in Un pncp iilncli ivill be'1''11'3 ls otheis it oil! led m tan id i this 101 tin fuimis' plodutls Both of (tan mill hive just rcluimd from 111 (up (llto-jrll frs ire conn; to receive belter pnc tins I. ill than usual I wiiuld not b i bit surprised to see when hit dollar mark hefoie veiv loiif, aim, si a hiimc Nciuask, and flrmtl- look (o qcl close lo llle even doll, sas hue had so much hot du vvei j [oi thai wheat lle >cn poor I oi tins u.i, s dioi 1 n lh JM" on a oareiu, stud, cud ln now Ilipip tould nol be a crop winch could bn countpil on io compare ,-1th llieii usual contribution to Iho niar- I isl ilidr prop was n fail- I In IP is no wheat in that part of tlic country effect of tins move will crop ,car leaving vcrv little I Canada Ihe i v 'cat 1.1 the country, nn[ f "re of tlic crops tins vpai (our 01 but ,t is hound to tome five of the best whcit pioducinj; Steles, the only conclusion that can be', drawn'is that tho Canadian larrir- ind I look for the Invest mr.ux Aincnran wttlers to nsxt that e him had Officers of Local Field Battery Mtflni from left I, J hlevtenint M.wlH.rn, Cub Nlilcv ;