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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Jtdr SI, THE LETHBBIDGE BAIL'S HERALB LOCAt SWUK MARKETS Ko. 1 Ko. No. 2 No. 4 No. 5 No. 1 Red Xo. 2 17 74 (1 53 S Ked No. 4 No. S Red 51 Ko. 1 Alfalfa, pet toa No. 1 Timothy, pej 11.00 Timothy aad Altai la ralxei 19.00 Blue joint New -MAKM Wll! LOCAt. LIVE STOCK FrlOM .11 .11 UYf i-, Dreeeei -rj Uve Dreeud r jv Live WOREJtflTH il Icakatoon -_ Proaibly Win Qe BaekatooB. July 0. TV Thoaaa, of Bukatoos. made 384 ou ot 420 at the amn'ual rerol rer cot Electric WortMB, asilnj that the reesgnlie-them. The mailer ha4 ipt'coBM vf for'alecuislon up to HereM irent to but the Horajd haa It on good author. Ity. tlUt qnaatton T. ill be thoroujh- before a declilon jiis not yet got for any man rnait who, is Tilling to desert hra re- extremely large amount oj work. The work hu been It tha entile alilthe, BtaVe racw irere orowdsl kto today'" prosrim and onlT ttake" Vere hm-'with joraea afgregatlns to Its hofrfeirt oontertcd race MONOAVi MAIN fttlCU Jtlf _ black mil ,a Kma Da- Sroi. asi to'- i l i Ulmnpolu opened t Uiher.aEd eloaed t I. -Chicago' -Bii all 'montba. j H-L- kaTil VitDeaawl the that.konemni. aorna to the .'money, had to ee .divided. because a '.beat oonU not'be no' ofl Wore .riridpwn. "'he '.professional OlrJ.'a Cox entry. has almost bte.h tp_oope wltls the situation. jiaf three ciontha someth'- as. a father, but in the Jorltr caWe the men arc etan- and do riot ot" >.M... ft'.', the situation hue dre4 .children, hay t.-..' i j iai: njii. 7i.ii Ij a i. 'ortunate cot In" foeler" homes and t -i o' airalrs I: Is one .which j tu'-f (if y the Individ-- "cone! 1 1 rj'i a w .r inTtL a..i! 'o o proceed to Scotland YsH. Before hey. 'ttaybed their destination they ilted the veil and discovered thit he an unVnown wo- man. There nas nothing tor than to dn but releace. her, at she bad flo- at f! no law. Mrs. Pankliucat's Cat is in a nar- row, dimly lighted street near par- lament. A cab stopped In ot the building shortly before mid- night. The tbree defectives' ca duty observed two men alight and procefd to ths second floor, where the Hank- hurst apartments arc located. Their suspicions Mere immediately kindled, they blew their whistles for police reinforcements and waited develop- ments. Simultaneously, a party ot f mcr: and including a number of stout navvies, gathered at the eu- trauce. A veiled .Vioman, leaning heavily upon her supporters, descend ed the steps. Immediately tbere was a clash between tho police and. the organized force of the militants. Two detectives managed to cling to the cab. After the .cab-had rounded the corner the crowd scattered arid the street resumed its normal appear ance. The lamps in the Pankburs window continued to glow-aud with in half an hour tie detectives 'reap- peared and resumed thcil invcslmen ol the premises. In the meantime, however, the fla was unguarded and later it began tj :tr the come department1 LI> uicu l, ,7.r.f !..H 83 IL geu- Men who i ara guilty IN 1-. RAISE of HER- WAY-7-PUT UP'INTEREST RATE to gaol. for long terms and "It is', the aoGianli, Ttif'.'. team FNGlltH CRICKET JJy crkkxt "Ot uf a r, rti.i f. .'i'-.l -r In acteral N' beat iif. ir. niaa'. beat iby while V'the'Ki-: n- stamioi'l! ukd tSa fcinita will WJsfactory JiirUie Msfactory J posMMe by a'certaln Booi. .n a.-'l MT "poValt r .-i .n'1.) a1' J.Mfi; r come.afraid1 of .the' consequepru and fwaog :why he :i: have' the rna'-i. ;-i t -Haltorney general ii Edmonton', the i deliberations, of 'the' city council's Sn- !r-r. iri- :ii w'in it f aa I-.T'I de-, -'.I'.-'-.i aid, 10 SHOVEL "On the. other hand bualneft employ the belt, saleaeien potalble, KJ" know' that" too often. the -a made bellete that he Hi- goods wfaen'It would i he did wlthqnt.' .While -it j II'.L seem necetaary for If of any builueM thit .'amjai' W at every opportunity; all; In the pW. too.iiaaBy.. tales haVe been made to iaratri when'firjt met-by-the had' :.i k art v. .i'-e-l I de-" ,p OPT1MISM EXISTS, IN HEART OF A FORMER Edmonton, July. Harp- Eter, formerly of N.Y., where his father busln.ess snap until his" death of Harvard, was'Joiiring -the V'orld two years ago; t yea? ago a sailor on t-' aay need 'child .'.d together.. ii .wl MB i himself to by mki five :i _ mitcri'was'deid after' l i: i of a !i.'.- I T.s'V ei pi-: i' i. ?a r :i :k. f, V .eel, the.. rmatter i: i.i.Li1.. pf wbp'Vre playins the .yard.. by uu- ,t C or 7 The i, a draw." -With the_ arrival Saturday 'pf.the re- mainder of _the. bbnda f o'r In jylaw.'No. i'local improvement bylaw for cement; of [he b'-ioa JTbe aUfsneot feprijialn'ed Z4 -ofrtsM dwominati on, total of .'T V jvAH four arid one-half hiive aot'yet but alonlthorUr, having beeii WHEAT MARKET STRONGER CLUrMO, J damage frr-uj re RI rn r'.iviia. HuHuil, today-to. the .wheat markaC. 'world were I for' July !OthV IJrat as' u the by- lawi lor patted other day are tktir third reading InsU'i'c- tion for the prinUilg ,uf They, will tiis In Keif York and .the mayor. hsi ttid that aa eBort mlcht b.e made to "tell tSem In VCoIcajio. 'iJelbbridgc, I'Tiorthwest ,azid' co'aitedCart I o J -5Ve openl: 1 thade lower hlgber.' 9 at 8774 .'to gain I; oo .'accdunt'of pit offer- if 'V !''C r 'Sepletabcr, itaried' oncUaaRfd 1.0% uoaoded'to no atteeipt hw ruiade boadi there'. cy, oelleTes. II' rbrjld-berrjotalblefio up a merkei and a'.speclal to this A yyHiTE Me Preisned-.tn Cernfert. Congregation ftweltered, In, t MELLOW i f JUICY :.n'ocx TOBACCO co, July Rev. Arthur J. Francis, pastor of the Jlrst, hylfrlun Church of Eotlowood, dcfled church by appear- ift'l.n the pufpll dreised'.entJTely in white." Thert wae fllrioet l galp from the consrega.Uob wVen tie'etepped on trw" preacher appeared comfortable In a cf ''83, wtlle ttatry meskers bVrta.and.itlrT. Birnde-y crhrae fariTied vleorontly, After, tho serrnoii.the RBT. Pr'ancHs .conyemiowil.'-fceaTy'.vbfaek sllff Ife elres 'frith; the, best method. aoU' culture; and improre ty'of .tslking _. Cheoi, that i tWould not be help to the "firmer, b'ut the'' a'onaT way. "of- c up'.buafnaia of.eTery d apnfce of 'all o 'jand- lies out Vlti bnai.brtterj: of even equai'reaalti thai thai ;loiid the J eBoH'.. siioiild be- rflade to' work ttto" farming and the settiai trw i ed. T hen" in1 three" to i Ire y tm -yt 'i.'Hef erring, in; nieaiatiae '.to.g All kinds Ice Easpbcriics, 2 Peiiys, per doxcii 'Peaches, per I Strawberries, .2_bbxes .Oiierrics, per-lb, 35c 55c 50c 40c 35c 30c 30c Candies, Clippolates, Tobaccos, aild Cigar-'> Good Meals; of Ltinch Counter Qliick Service i good placa'to coorbff this hot weather- O Tiv (riir Fro Of-nin and Seattle, Wash.y July-21.-An at- empt by Mayor Coltei.ill to suppress vb'issues ol.. the .Seattle Times 'on aturday of l'm otous scenes place 'ol the Secretary, of .'the Navy Dan- els the 'secretary was qttpt- here. to .extend' ii' .s i to .AH st'lt'gola _yer, secured aa war-, ants were issued arreit; oi tbe presi com, rawn.'-.The to cloie.all noweTer; oi orders, ol Judge Wnatpeg, July 41.- Hon. I.. Siffoa. Alberta, here where he Alberta gorernment business. He' Is. 'well pleased, with the' aucceuTot his visit, and spoke of of- flcts'in London-to" aid Investor and colonUt alike; MrX Slfton slated busi- ness IB England was extremely good. "he tiad been MI- "jciOt by tlrf Balkan -litrt wae BO lack o '--r. Vlaaaft aod of tac ptnf' I ra, r-1 j .1 a -i .Si.rJ iu .11 udd a .aaaurajice eals a. ft able'place'..to lie raOk- He vras not in the least; -in afmtch -from' a popular ;-BOQg :aa'. he boarded the workine'n'i train" Harpster's itorjrruai "'the larnat .of, things..- ooiapIeHed 'hli pOot: Erad wcrrk' at Harvard: e Utter part of 1908J to J .j a ottbTe'world; a-I 'Ifi.r.e 1 acruea .lie conUaeBt.' Shanghai' In a a'tridr of tit lie put url at .of [ri the.'clty, and wai ioontlai-arOTOiJ month later he reeelfed that hit fitier'hfd were straightened but. cod his toa, having-DO ,other 'near reUtlvee, decided 16 woJlA: be! liaetul ,U a Then fol laa? .of -J racted ir.'tW greet t officials ot tie Cttaim ciatin wko ol biiaV NOTIO 'ANflLlCAN DEAD Blytk, D. D., rectot IM an4 former Niagara, aad and tie Arthtriskoe of Ot- tawa, ai Btytt WM a tartrt bare a cpraetria matetlal, 'h. POW, Tie ti'eetltaiot wa oiWMai ,J .lit I 9i'Jm-f'm M w Neev ,e-il> -4 a Bi.iiek tat vevki knr ke vork er atarre. moil of a tclesrarri lofortnlm hlra thit hli draft', had btett retoraed there belnf DO wae.fel- -it.1: a dMal'.id ttaiesieat froii in >ke rTK! ikai ewtUiK wu tr.i iriijaJly to tkat 14 vae inag erekt Ir. a Ixf'v lar.J. ___ ,-KM aalHaf in pemrllnj M at to flai etraw, .1; ssna; jctaMcaJ ,M ftre r. iale 4, i Uotfat; Vetu iiiiM. ay. ;