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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume TV. Alta.. Saturday, July Number CANADIAN RIFLEMAN WINS THE KING'S PRIZE TAKE BORDEN'S PROMISES WITH GRAIN OF SALT Financial Interests Not Worrying About His Statements REDISTRIBUTION Liberals Anxious to In- crease Seats in Wes- tern Canada Ottawa, July The reciprocity '.debate' alii continues to hold first place hi public iHtoi-eel and considerable elgnitictthce will attach1' let the posi- tion assumed by the Opposition. Ues- patches-froii; Yt'nshinylDn indicate imit i the United States Senate, will probably i pase UJJOH llio meuBiire on Sjilurtlay. If this-be the cue the. Opposition and I an 1 1 -reciprocity intcresls in Canada -will have to uiBcloBii'tlicIv hnnd at i early oats. The fact that Mr. Bordeii has been engaged for somu three i weeks In assuring Llie West that no I obstruction Is being orrcred lo pnr- Momentary legislation and Umt his j foremost lieutenants in the east have i Jteon uqually emphatic in declaring i the Intention of -the Opposition to "continue the policy of obsLructiim to the -bUler end" inuicuLos further 1 disseiitlona within the anti-reciprocity party. -Whether thuse will rcftcli i the stage of a few mouths ago, -When. Mr. Bordeu threatened jwUh'beiug, read- out of the leailerahln tot the party, 'remains to bu'seen. To 'continue -tlie policy .'ot obstruction, in view- 'oi -AlT. 'Burden's emphatic de- clanitioni -in, they West will demon- frtrate thtf uUoi- Insincevily oC the declarations .of. the. Conservative I leader or. the fttct that no IB up longer I }n control of -the party lie assumes to 1 lend. 'The {Mailing of the -agreement lha Senate will leave .the Opposition. to jJeolve; itself, The Goveniniortt hiem- fully und i la detail -the of the tariff reltef ArranEttniwil ami Its bene- flti to the people of Canada Liberal pJwnberB .decided accordingly not to tend any assistance to further 1 to obstruct the Issue, nnd the i debate the hands of the j Opposition, H'Wlll be interesting to I jvnte -wbAt procedure Is adopted by that partj la View. oC the varied ex- i planaijons of adherents. Among the corporate 'tuilhreclpvar I city, Air. Borden's i liflR followed with I 'coitrider able But. .his I ,nnces coricJfrning the minor requests of the "wMterners are frankly taken i by these tnleresls with several grains of salt. .The purpose of the anLi- f reciprocity.. CadTocates lias, they rte- Clare, been .wall" 'served by Mr. Bor- den. Sq'ftir as the Wesl is concerned I fine aim JB one Toronto IIIHH put it, 3 to Induce {he westerners in forsake 3 the bird jii the hand for those In j bush, Whether ttve westerners are Yllllnr to .undertake, tins experiment however, remains to be seen. In the the .Mnliirient, in favor tho Government's tariff relief, policy con- tinues lio grow 'in gruaL proportions amonj? tbe faimers and artlftuiE. lie- enJoralng tlhc agreement conLinue to ixiiir into Ihe capil-a] from all pkrta'. of Canada and Indica 'tions tire that., triie niasses the people are in accord with.. Mr. ing's proposals. It will. not. bfT (lie. fault of Gov- 'eminent if-the'-Wflat does not 'secure the .wliicji ils greaL prow til. ot entitles it. The 'big (ask of taking census 1ms been Tiraotically complutcd and "cvci-y effort -Js being nmrte to get the" work of com- -pletln'g the ret-nvhs rinlalied In time 4o enahlo a Jiiet to he -acuurAed the, prairies" before Lhe elec- lion, 'that may be. Any effort on ihe part of the city interests to trick Uie West' out of the .representtttfon (o wliioh entitled .'win- be .met by tlio Liberals, who have eveiy oupec- tatlon of lecurinR jnetlcc for the West- .erners IQ -thla mailer. Can't Poroc Haultjln A new feature of the anti-reuiprn- city cflmpalgn la cvlilenccd In Lliu efforta mndo to dmgoon I Ion. Mr. Haullnln tlie loader of the Opiwsltlon in the Provincial IjeylilaMire of 3na- in .into thekr ninks. Prior to LoTdeirs'weatern trip Eastcni in- were Ijuslly predicting tflint Mr. bo required to "aval- .low hlniEcIf and conic out In oppoai- Won lo policy ot larlff relief. Wha't- the plaji then ivae it WAR evi- Oentlv unHncceBBful. As n result Mr. HaulUln It now being uuqlhcmlxcd liy and Conservnllve preii. The .Toronlo News which ad- Tertlseii Itself In big cnstcrn cities "the abler 'advocate" of the antl- -reciprocity .Inierenti, lu ils o( .Tuly J4tti In an article dealing with the Siiiatohewun Bltualion endeavors 1v Inilauato tho Opposition lender In (he Provincial House jind his sup- STOP Seamen's Strike Compels Welsh Mines to Close Down CiUtlifT. -luK looks as if strike in" tin; seamen and dockers was beginning lo demand recognition and Uiat, Ihe unions would put a com- plete slop la work iu this city ami llic All of these porlu arc iilisolufely idle and nol u ship left any oi Ilium yesterday. Many mines liavt; comiicllcd Lo closu down. A disorderly spirit is prevail- ant. There was a fierce ..light last, night, Uie mob tried lo rush the stables of Ihe London mounted po- lice. They were repulsed, many wilh bloody scalps anil faces. TO RUN AGAINST WH1TMORE Milestone, July Lib- orals have nominated N. B. McAllister a prominent farmer ol' the Yellow b'rasB for the Saskatchewan Legislature. JAPANESE EMPEROR TO VISIT CHINESE COURT Vienna, July papcro Bay that, the Emperor .of.'Japan will pay an, official visit Lo the Chinese year, OK.early in IfllL', with a view to lnducUjfe..China t6'a'ccelcrate the rptorQiatlou oE.the country, CANADIAN .INCREASEp.'RATES "Montreni; July far as-Can- adian Eteainehips 'are concerned, no arrangements have been made for an increase rates either for passen- gers or freight us the result-.of Uie Increnacd wages to various employ- ees since the recent seamen's strike" said C. M. Boswovth, oC Uie Canadian Pacific railway on hig return from d business trip to lihig'Iand today, MORE RIOTING AT CARDIFF Cnrdiff, Wales, July Inin- 'nd Lancashire Fusiliers arrived here today, are occupying "buildings In the dock There was riot- ing by strikers .through tlic nlplit- The streets are strewn with wreckage and-Uie hospitals-are filled with the victims ot .mob. vio- lence. Efforts are Lo open negotiations between shipping men and the sLrilcers 1 if .the hope of reaching a geitloment. RECIPROCITY PASSED BY THE UJTCD STATES SENATE Waihington, D. C., July meaiure being the bill that passed, ever cannot become law until next Canadian reciprocity bill passed the (The Senate today cleared Hie way for Senate without amendment by 53 to j the overwhelming pnisage of the Cjm- 27. All amendments had previously been defeated. It becomes a (aw up- on the president'! signature, the Sen- ad fan reciprocity bill this afternoon, defeating amendment after amendment I. .u by tne president. Wednesday as the House adjourned at 12.09 o'clock until time. The bill j muit be returned to the HOUBC for engrocimcnt before II can be signed by decisive votei. The measure, how (Continued on page 7) TORONTO MAN'S GREAT RECORD AT BISLEY DROWNED Son of a Late Peterboro Judge Loses His Life Near Edmonton Eilnronloii, July drowning acciflcnt look place this after- noon at Lalic Wnliammn, fortj- miles, if here, whereby Earl Wellcr, 23, of tliis city, lost his life. Jlc had gone to Ihe lake to spend the week-end wilh C. Hraclburn, of Hie SlalinmuT Lninpanv, and bolh had gone for u sail on llic lal'e. The canot; and huth uluiiK' In the bottom- U'uJIci finally was exhausted nml ihopped off. Bcaillirrrn: wns rescued in an unconscious condi- tion. The body lias not yet. been recovered. Wrller is a native ot lJcLutlioro, and a son of the Vatc Wnllnr. tlraclburn is also a for- mer. Pcterhoro hoy.. Camp, July Clifford, of the 10th Royal Gren- adiers, Toronto, won the King's prize Toronto, July W. J. Clifford, who has performed the hitherto unaccomplished feat of winning both the Prince of Wales prize and the King's prize. Is a (nember of "B" company of the 19t'h Royal Grenadiers. He lives at 7 Llpplncott street with his witVand child. He was born at H ramp ton, Ont., in January, 1878 and has been a resident of Toronto for about eight years. Six years ago he became a mem- ber of the Grenadiers and is one of the -Tost popular young men of the regiment. .Mr.'and Mrs. Clif- ford have beenymarried about a year and months. Mrc. 'waa Wlss Winnifred t-e- win, whose, father before his death was art instructor of musk- etry for the. regular army service In India.. (Continued on page 7) DEMAND Alberta Government takes up the Coal Strike and Its Problems (Special to Lhe Herald) Calgary, '.July 21! provincial government is endeavoring by direct, action on behalf of this province to bring about tlie Immediate settlement of tho coal'GtrlKe. lion. C. R. Mitchell aLtorney gcneriil nnd acting preinlur of tlie province, has 'written to the ffovernnieiit at Ottawa urging that Immediate, relief be given. Thy e.v- conditions facing the pe.dple. of .the west btiDii point ed out .and Lhe Dominion government, bag' been' advised of the absolute Imperativeness Implied fu Ihe BltuaUoii. Tho acting premier !.hag. also communicated with Hon. (Continued on page CITY OF MONTREAL HOPES TO ABOLISH SUMMER WASTE Country's Money and Par- liament's Time Doesn't Concern Tories Ottawa, -July 21. Parliament's first, wuuk-t'iid since rc-asscinbling wa.s rcachi-d with noLliinj; Of the Lhiriy-six hours tlic house has liet-n in scssuMi oiinosilUm oiislnvc- tion to ruciiirocitv mid redistribution occupied luit two. Fielding's rti.solntiun was presented ten ininiiLus after Lhe start, 'but the. ohstincliunisls [imghv if uff with oiiil.ory till nciirli- irine o'clock" to- night., discussing whal. SclmalTcr HCS- ihiuiciilly lenneil "Hoi len Icgishf- or as lleiidctson inorr Frankly put it, luivc spent all day airing our grievances." All is iioi harmony to Hie IcIL of the speaker, liowtivcr. Two Conseiva- tlvcs openly condeiniieil the presenL obstruclivn practices.. "Nationalists ai't also with Vlic cffurls oi the tires lo. Force liou licfore rciirtsciitatioii is j Artificial Cooling May Eliminate the -Heat REGULATE CUMATE First City in the World to Make The Attempt (From Our Own Correspondent) Montreal, July Montreal will bo tlie HrsL ciLy m the world to" be cooled artificially tlie sum- mer months its soon as an efficient system for accomplishing this result Is coinpIeLed, Is. the mom striking ro- sult of ihe recent hat ware which-'" In', rive days caused more than ICQ deaths anil nearly 1000 yrostratiqha mid kepi llic ambulance tearing, through the streets to such an.extent that the city thoroughfares resembled nn enormous race track. The npssl- billiy of providing a immlcipaVebol.' Ing system has hoeii.inscuBBefl before, but never has anything been done be- cause of Ihe fact. that it has been thought that Lin; expense or Its Inetnl- lallon would be too sreat. Now. how- ever, the realization has come'thai It ohlalni-d under i IremendouB economler spoke plainly lo ins, [illow nicmlit-rCJ who have looked into" the of llic opposition informing tlicin fiEiire that eieii ttlfllng eum llu-v were jilaunc, MIL, mint chil 1Ilei a IoBS ot at IeaBt fifty ami he riiil not propose to ne- i thousand dallaip Lo the clt, H builm party lo it. Incidentally ihe nvisirr-General made an 'iniuortan HARVEST DMS RIGHT AT HAND iSniiLlicrn 'Alberta within the', next- week will begin lo reap -llio .liar.vest" oi Iflll, and that it will he the great est harvest even taken off la not doubled by anyone, who is at all familiar conditions. Tlic pa-3 elf has been most ideal for the: ad- vancement of every kind oi crop, the warm weather bringing Llio wheat along vury rapidly. Very lit lie-, rain fallen, a few sections vc- poiL hail which, however, Imve not. hern widespread, anil.Llicru- foru have not done any extensive (lain age. HcuotU of icr wheat (Vic flai crop will be near arc., that, cutting will slart in many j ly fifty per cent, better, than in prc- vioiis All that is needed now is harvest weather such as Ihp past week has been giving us. Good warm weather places on Monday morning. It be the'end of il't' week before cutting is general, iml some [armcis IULVO fields which are ready Tor Lliu hinder right .now. There will, perhaps, he j now will noi injure any crop and ir.oi'e stirpiisc the yield oi win-( will serve to bring on the harvest Icr wheat than over any'of the j earlier thuii is usual. In tact, tlm cr grains. Thr nierage yield has In en i Jifirvt-sl .this year'is at least two placed hiTclnfuie ul about 20 bushels weeks earlier Uian'is usual in Soulh- j Klle's cunsidcmlion fnllm irife [lie of rural mail delivery. Ob.slruiUinn HIS nmnliiiiLd hi traded it'cital by Uoycc of- Uie lion of Ihe election acl in in JflUS, and a jiliilliplc in gcn- iiralilirs on stale by Mc- Lean, Urn discussion of u h ch clevc-u Conservative parUci- paled. In i'icw of llic'government's urttcnt. di-sirc to get- on with public Itiisiiii'.SK no Misled in Uir debit I u liv" JJbcrals. ONE OF CREW DEAD Quebec, July Hiir- e ll 110W- "V .flip, [armt'i's Ilia1! even the poorc-sU will yield ihal much, while nvaiiy. reports have conic in during.llu- last, few davs uf fields which will LORD LANSDOWNE CAN'T CONTROL UNIONIST PEERS London, 'July Following the conference regarding llic vclo bill held nt> the rosiilcnco of Right .lion A. ,1. Balfonr, anolher and more ini- prcssirc gallicring was held hi ler at Lord house, when; more limn 200 persons, among them al- most all the 'great names oi llicir order, listened lo (he reading of the prime, minister's letter-' ami mup.iRs- tioiuihly decided llicy.niu-sl accept it as inevitable.. .The, Lords arc nol phasiTc' thoir hut spuahina jccssiun of privately few failed lo.sny lhati tliey I speaker in given by many as llic chief rca-son for ditiliUing lliis policy. t the kind's feelings HTP csinnot In; Known, j Reiierally believed that be is average niiu-li higher than tliiy, somo (.' as high ;is -Ifl bushels. The in] reason for change in the'cstiinali; Uiat ihe winti-r wheat has filled much bfi Icr ilian ivas at, first ex- pected. KVHI in Ihe fields Avberc tlm si-riw-is sn shnrl UC.VL it hard In fill, the heads have filled ex- ceedingly well, and the honics arc and [iluniji. This will raise llic yield, and ul the .same Lime givu a. very line sniiil'Ie of grain. Very III lie can he said of Hie rni Alberta, and the fanners wil reap Ihe benefit, m tluU A--.ll in- lo cut their grain lei it sliind iiMich longer o-i prcviciis yours, thus giving it tbc greatest pos time, lo fill well 'icforc ll-.-ftli- lor of the steamer Bcndn wbn with other members ol" the crew' was detained' aL nrosse laic by the health auLhoritiee, riled there today. offlcissi fiiinoiinccment lias been innclc lo Lhe spread -of ihe disease, to be cholera. Tliey cnme liere from Doinbay. via Baltimore. other anxious (o avoid (lie necessity of ere- j'nn to Ihe alinj; a great number of new peers. w''' al tlio.y The when I CTdji IK especially jih-as- r.s. Korty bushel crops excep't tltat i he better. PREDICT i BUSY FALL FOR WARNER DISTRICT rare when Ihreshinc rrjiirris coiiiu in, and vpry field.1; will yield less HKHI lliirty biishi'ls in llic acie. Oat-s and (lav are hnipriiUiie from the prrsenl warm weatlin. N'n need of rain is reporled fur cit her of these crops. Tlie wc'ild he hard lo estimate, v committee Vo assist IllfltlV come, inlo dctcniiixi'i" tlie of Kprcnly bushel yields of Prenrie.r letter gKcs grovinil .for Ihe helief Ilia I, the government M'ill accept some minor modifications of ils bill. Those considered mosl. probable placing outside the bill's scope'any proposals dealing wilh the no longer consider Micinsclvcs in Lord mtuicy hills, Mislead of iiiiiig what i joint coni- Lansilowne's wonls, free. agontK, and'; millue nf the two houses, a.s 1 yield to the government's LUuciiL! l..onlK desired. The to invoke Ihe per oga live nf llic i peeled tu insist I ha I Ihis conuniUee crown. Thr artful .Salisbury leader: he compn.srd of members nf Ihe Coin- of the extremists, lcfd with AVtrr tlie cabinel. council I'te- flrc in 'his eye. While his companiuns j mier AsitiiMh wrole a wcond TclU-.v admire bis for tlic pn-sligc of lo Lord I.ans-dmvne, .iHkiiif; for as-j SWELL tho upper most uf Micm re- .sur.inee Ihal the House of Lords I ;anl liiin as an tiiiarchisl. In Hip i jv.iss the veto bill in its original j inlerest of history it is n distinct form. II is understood that Lans- 1 inisforluric ihal the procrcdinps aljdnu-ne, wliik- himself willing lo con- I [his caucus of I he British nohilil.y aro sent, to tlie of the Unionist, I not, preserved in writing n.s some of i peers from hlnekino; jjv.rtl strips thn Lords nxpouwlcd very pr.ssimislir. of the bill, was unable lo give Die 1'icwn on the Kituation. "What is required nssursinco. This shows ;oiiijf, to was askcri by one. ;1he ii'lirl JIRPKH are still unsubdued, j "Ciovcrninoiit hy con I rolled iiind lhat It may yet he necessary to j1 liy runk was the jt-reiifc a lutlch of peers to overcome, ily, ConNidRrnLiun for Ihe King wasjlheir resistance. 1 Lord Strathcona's Dona- tion to New University at Calgary London, July Canadian Associated learns here to- day that Dr. Blow of Calgary, Alta., interviewed Lord Strain- cona, who hat; iwomlied to give to the C.ilgjry Unlvenlty, U'arner. Altn., July .A apecliil reproh-eniuUvc of Herald dropped off :u, Warner yesterday and M-QS the guest, or .Mr. Lefllngwell at his hotel. In conversation, wlili several business men in ihe holel lobby he wns nble lo gatlier much valuable information rcgimllnc Ihe (IIsLrlcL. Warner n population of aboiiL 350 perbons und a dimricL (riluilnry to it uf 2000 or 35UO mare. The town, which wns lie- gun In IPOS, is well built and is uroh-i ably the only town of lla In the west having granolithic (I, has a good hotel, bank building, livery und feed barns, storeH, cU'valorn nnd every eouvaiilane.e for the ivnvc.lliiu', and. jtui'cliiiHlng public. Cnnapknnua among its bulltlingj? lire a miinbor of flue Lctllnp.wcll anil 12 .con this yenr deliver a 120.000 biiEbelslof This a with ftbout for-Wnnier proper will bring Hie total delivery nt Ihis town up to bushels. Some of Uie whiter whetu Is good The aver- age ten days ngo wns nallinaled nt 20 bushels. Today without douhl the same gram M'lll go 25 bus. Drought hurt slightly the cnrly seeding Of year. The Elraw on (his will be short but Ihe liciid is good. U'arnwr district la proving the wisdom (if inlxlue. niore Mian other localfliea. This yenr there will be about 4UOO acres of fall wheat and liCUO af ain-iiiR. The Eprlnc whoni will easily yield .10 niianeln lo tho ncrc. Dave showed 'the llcriild a sample of Alberta Kctl jilcknd on July lith which when mpiiiured was found lo slum! four feet The business in en present said there plenty of the same sort all .over lhc district. Sir. Lefflngwell yolnird lo n piece of grain on the hill east of and when HSkfjd land WHS valued at he.inUl "Fifty dol- lars .nn aere: but that land lins prbKii built a fine resilience .aL a CQDL of 1 three successive "crous of 40, 25 J-IOOO. Jan. Smith sppfil 53000 and 30 bushels, and 80 bushels of real otitiile an; di buildiiif; modern hoiisps, wainr, heal ing Ming plnnla :tt a cost of 50500 D. H. Vales lives in a modern I each. house costing A. .1. Hurnsldc, manager of Hie Hank pi Commerce, of.labor.of all.klridi i o iEting conJHlous Fverv day when the .thermometer CHOWB ninety .'.dq: greeav'or over meniiH working elllclency of'about tprty-per. cent, it is flRurcrl. prac- ticully every kind of business feala tbc cITect Uirougli Blackened- public Interest. Coo] air would he supplied to the city during the mnimcr along exactly the aamo tbongh-on. larger-scale. SB thogo by which-homt is'.Hiippllcd to' Uie great office -build- ings in winter. The pvohlem has of course, not yet vorketl out. but Its actual value; ID dollars snd cents makes ItB ultimata arrival seem Inevitable Male Culinary Expert! An Inviislon of womcn'i rlgbta on ihe part, of the. male aex is now im- niinent here as a result of the enab- II Rinnan t of. a novel cooking achcnl exehifiively for men, the first of kind in HID city.' In It they initialed Into all eorta of cuHriB.Vy mys- tcrlBH which been taught only to women end lyitinir.cU weeks It Is sisipen wbo have entered up to data.' will ba able to make and .rlval'-Jlrp m oilier proilnct. IncirtenlRlly .thuy will learn to cook meats, itnRtiy, nianiifactiirc a pic or jiropare Rliy other (llah which mny bo dealred. Tbc eslabllsliniont. of tills school Is not, however, an effort lo educate huebanda for HiilTrflKoltei who can nare for the household wire Is engaged In poIKlci- or bi'pl- wire is c joll j ne.s8. Th .1. P. Wlillly ?I500. This looks as If some at least of Ihe resident a of War- ner hfid come to'slny. Is Lhc point for a etrotch of 'country lying vp (he caai, known as Liichy -Strike. It j is th.iL this district will ol tho land dlalrlci has been Unndleil by iho 0. Xerr Co. nnd LoHlngWRll and Egcn. ft wa.i first bmiclif from the A. k. and I. for less than an nnrc-and lodny Is sellina from to unimproved. (C'onliniieil on -pacu e Idea Is merely to yniler- c (bo sovereign' of thy cook who fit presaiil comtit io ht-lug the ruler of many .no'ise- holds. The founders oJ the HRhool balleve Uiat QB noon a reallz.ilio.B IB ticblovud of tho fact that a tlirent to on tho part oT tbe Iqei not. rasan that the left In fllre utralli, a fairer relation will be evUblished til around- nlly a coureo In acttovt be valuable, to the hiiiband i )nte in the city during Wl family li ftt the luaTmre or In Ubf moHiitalnn. If the Iden rtevelopi 14 M U It eipected tbat urn- nter cMec of vUl roln- 1 ml zed ind the to-culled Bcrvanl pro> lem lOh-M, M In part Vatut of Coil The following shows the ex- tent. In which the development of wri- ter power luiB so far ID Province Albertn Urltlsh Colnmbln Mnullohi .Vew- Driinsu-Ick Nova Scotln Onlnrio I'. Edward Island Quchno Investment tl. F. W.-I7MOO S.lfi.OOfl S (L'oiitiniiFt] on 13-UJ6 ;