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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 21, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HUNTING FOtt DEAV WOHMS ITS EXCLUSION ONE OF THE GRAVE ISSUES IN WHOLE ULSTER "QUESTION THE OLD OVERLAND YRA1L.-BUFFALO BlU.. WAGON-MASTER. M v ft feels when you are the only fisherman pnr the by James Frige. Leo Frlede; of the Manhattan Canoe Club, as he appeared during the elimination races to select an American tfeferider of the International Sailing Trophy, The con-teat lor the. cup took place in Canada this week; Leo Fr iedo is 'the 'present champion and won both trial _ f CITY AND DISTRICT Committed for Trial J. J. YViUison, formerly-, local agent for -the Continental Oil Company, was yesterday afternoon committed for trial in. tho police court on a charge of ,belong- entrusted to lira for safe, keeping. Wires for the Dispatchers Lethbridge Cricket Eleven Suffered Reverse at Macleod Saturday London, July George in receiving the conferees at Bucking- ham Palace, made the following brief speech': "It is with feelings of satisfaction hopefulness that 1 receive you here today, and 1 thank you for the manner hi which you have responded to my .summons. It is also a matte; lor congratulation that the speake: of the House of Commons consented preside over your meetings. "My intervention at this moment may be regarded as a new dcpar London, July the time conferees sat around the table in Buckingham' Palace today they touch- ed on the question of the exclusion of the 'county of Tyrone from the op- i eratibns of the Irish Home Rule bill, I a Point which everybody recognized' as the most thorny one of the whole subject. The general impression prevails that the conference will settle this matter since nobody believes that the question of the exclusion of one coiuity.wlll be allowed by eight poli- ticians possessing the ability of the conferees to turn the scales for civil war. At the same time, it is not believ- ed that parliament will accept any compromise going beyond the offers already made and refused, and if the HoiiEp.'-nf Cnmmons did so, Ireland itself would not fall in line. LIBERAL CAUCUS Loiition, .July Liberal cau- cus summoned, as one of the leaders 'put to "back the British government, was attended by up- wards of one hundred Liberal mem- bers of the House of Commons. A resolution was passed to the ef-i feet that WITH SELLS FLOTO CIKCUS HEBE JULY 28 HINDUS DO WAR DANCE July A't one o'clock the Hindus were executing a war, dance on the deck of the .Komagata Maru. They 'were beating tom-toms and mailing a great noise. This was' regarded as a bad sign. and practically no progress ap- pears at this hour to have been made towards settlement. Bislcy Camp, Eng., July 21. the members unswervingly first range, seven shots at 300 yards. the claims of Ireland as I With precisely the same score as put forward bv the Nationalists and year, the' Mother Countr and Aus- embodiod in the-Irish Home bill. nT', The-meeting further Wow! The Commissioners got a taste of what the 1014 tax rate means to the ratepayer this' morning when the tax notices on the. public utilities were received. The city has; to pay to itself 864.26 in taxes, following tbe decision of the commissioners this year to tax utilities. The bill came in this morn- ing, and It will take some of the utll; ities all their time to pay up, aid show any profit. Tbe street railway system deficit will be increased to some extent, arid the profit on the waterworks will be decidedly ieae. Shooting opened this afternoon in if the utilities had not been taxed, big event, the Kolapote cup, at the the profits shown at the en-1 of the year would really have been ficti- tious, as the determination of costs would not have been accurate without the taxes being included. The. de- ise.iathe arpnunt of profit is made Rule I tralia were tied at the end of with, a total of 258, expressed the Canada also repeated her perform-1 up by. the generai decrease in the tax 1 11C ITCH lit llllL'HIil ui.u opinion that it was the duty of the I ancc of last year being llurd _ with 1 government to complete its w hc-le 255, or one less than last year's to- The local team motored to M-ic-IT. Gillespie, I.b.w., b. Palmer 6 j making an appeal to Icoil on Saturday to engage. the Macleod XI. in a friendly -game..Mac- leod winning the toss, elected'to go I in iirsl and sent in Mole and.Vernon; to face the bqw.ling of .and .McCIinton. Despite numerous chang- Wlres are already bMng strung at. jn Obey ran up the station for the new dispatchers' rcspoctabie total of 171. The chief office on tho second, floor of tbe stn-, scanK Molo 61i George 31 andj C. Lewis, b. A. W. Holt L.. Nappejr, not out R. L. Stephens, c. Palmer, McCIinton tal at this range. India occupied fourth place with 250, and Guernsey- is last with 241. __....._......_......__ ___f_ Bisley Camp, Eng., July nf the conference on Home1 lightful shooting conditions, entire 21 i the constituencies... J London, July. the IJnun> 1st and the Radical press, with two or throe exceptions, accept the con- 13! Rule "by the King, as, on the whole, 1 absence of wind and a rising barom- The tlpil building, .which is for the accommodation of fitted the- nev: staff which comes here on August let, Steamship Arrivals The local Allan Lino agent, S..J3, i Mitchell, reports that, the Allan liner j Scotia'n 'docked at Montreal on Sun- m-tion of ucf0re the howling day. Passengers are due here on Fri-1 0[ Dann.ivnd L- ffyppc-r, and were all Passengers from the White Star j dismissed for the.total of the on- Domlnion' liner Teutonic, which dock- ]y individuals to reach double figures' lams 21. The Lcthbriclge fielding left much to be desired and'if they wish j Dann.................................... W. Holt, c. Gillespie, b. L. Jfap- pcr Lethbridge gave a very poor exhi- J. R. Palmer, b. Dann A. J. Blackburn, b. Dann......... to make any showing in their future league games, they will have to make a decided improvement in ea at Montreal on Saturday, will live hero oh Thursday. Twt the both leaving to do. with tho running oi ajto.ck at large. One man claimed that he was nit tho owner of tho animal for whose-misdemeanors he .had been other stated that. Ills cow got away from a small boy was paid to herd her. One of tbe city's cops chased the offending an- imal for three blocks along Third Avenuo