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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VJU AibetUt1 MoiiUay, July CENTS Number 192 Great Crowd'of People Was, Present at the Service PRAISED THE SABBATH A Comparison Made Between "Caihadiari and American Observance' of Day Csrdstori, July did so great a. crowd, gat her tte Taber-., uacie'as that which assembled ntthe. -regular .Qhurch -i Day Si custom t closing on J; Tp tr" it- possible r- i'-a: K j, .v.- -'s T'-. on Sun in "resident on Sat- Iw.iered- a .'..-i-i Sunday k.. crowded ol.vrait- thc ing" worshippers eroded into tb Washington, July sident Wilton does not public mind in United BUUi !i excited over ttw situ- atioa In Mexico, nor Is be con. that a-crlaH has" been reached la the revolution It- self. This Information WM ob-. talned In, official circles to- day. with an authoritative den-' Ill that any proposal, looking towards cooperation be- twetn military forc- ei and tha" Mexican, govern- inent In the restoration ol. pence has been suggested.' 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4' SHOOT'ItS.; REAR ADMIRAL F. F.-.FLETCHER Of the United SU'tu'navy, who has been rushed to the of Mexico, in there.-- Situation Between Uncle Sara and'Mexico Becomes Strained MPOBBER THE Was "all Ready to Blow the Safe When Discovery VMS': Made EM'aso, July B. Diion, States-immi- gration who as shot' in Juarez Saturday hy. Jleiicon.. solr July >utlawE, who held up the North Pac tie north coast; limited train a mil a'nd a half west'froin here, early thl are the. laughia stock of roobc-rs -todaj Thij-Job was-Xell'planned and brl -so' far as It wen Juitjahdrt'ot getting Int the eipress coaijany's-strong box. t.Thp'-train', Trasl.stoPP60, according to the the en- gine aid ejtpreiirtcar cut offend rut thipusji.a and-engineer nrid crew.' p'rpaSy covered, and pre- parations. the rafo have produced -_ ---fcet a wedding -f, f G 'painful, me Impa- he cojld not.conceal'-the finally an- It .was back'.-.'with' the that particu lar satciered not 19 he ii r.rr. i.: ihr It be-af Mr Duct _ n'i aattn' iirir r! ot; nl PkltV li UNDER FOR HAVING.MUH'pEREp'-1 .r.e, diers, was brought from-the Juarez. hospital I'asp, .alter ;Auieiican Consul Edwards 'had raade'a -demand' robi'era fired [of-his "release and ahpis iatalthe air, as they jump the men who. shot him! rv, j" demand of- Consul i. ing.the Jiexican authorities.th.l onjiiust' he delivered ip.lo I: and pefinitted.lo.be biougt1. DUCHESS Theodora-' of '_ Saxe Weimar, wife Germany'i wealthiest reigning, prlnc She wai married in 1910, recently eel bratlng her twenty-third birthday ai hu one little daughter. Her who until .the _birth of Prince -.h'ki i ihfrr- 'tiiiiiy-1 j .x'ttebs J ,1 H: li -tif arm, Near-Munson, North of-Red Deer River, the Scene of Man Murdered Wife Becausd He Could Not Get Possession of Her Money and Then Killed; fcraself as Well as Chil- Woman's First Husband Doctor at Okk Rumsey, Alfa., July in erfBt-; nal annals of Alberta, Was discovered here, shortly'before noon an Sunday ,M'hen George Robinson, a farmer at the; Jumsey district was found lying on the How of the stttfaq; room; of his own home, his clothing saturated of his head blown completely off. Across his, body, oil the floor; was the Winchester shotgun with" which the shoottmf and opposite him.on the "floor was the.body of htejWife, hole torn in her right a charge'of ton tadishot- had entered-and her face .bruised and almost Iwyoni.., recognition. In of the home rthe twehreiyearreid. son of the couple was found, his neck almost torn.fa .where he "had been struck by a charge' from.the tke'hjd, in the bedroom was the'body of their lerl her head.blown completely "off. found ,60 "the-floor of UwjhoBM and a fourth gun, spattered in ail'directioBs everywhere.- ''.l -V The tragedy evidently place early ion WM preparing three, plalea belnj on th. .UbK.and :_ b'elng itlll In "-LJ Coroner Qlbion held'an Inquest on the bodies .which were conveyed "to Munton foriintermetit a rail liiMWI V IV DP E R ATO RS Lu'lS M JCI J AS. .'i ".I palumet, jufj JT-l-Morkin. s and niarket fropi'.Calumet.-'and the pro- the building was 'of the a.ielm irs- an- no cre- dwell- MiiiM Mujn r. JtewtHairimjind. J1: I'dlini- er la'.rr rf 1 lioi'.hi tu Ibe ast ww -j burned at Centennial, hi. UrnVer. 'ol .to gooi .MoraOB V' MAY BE ADDED IR1DQE COTTA The eiSitiat'-.tho alter-! ii.- i! -_ 't loon-" service'- via .Qedlcatiqn' ol the.' site.'- lot: tlw' 'sew iTcinple, With the crowd 6f..> the" Brick and Terra Cot'ta _Cp-, may he The mine compaiii.es are faclug largo iniolTuatiqn pi.- the. com- ;Vi trn and reTe- 'pjny meetiog of.the difcc- .some -of. workipgF, those-'ch. j.hi Etriko la. oven but not all the .em- who a small whiitle. the mills. able to 'ro'm though; talk-' and breathe. "Everitiuliv th; iicklim Torofito et wttk It ta ettlwtad itrtkc.cait to bclieie a paying MAY BE DQAYED rest to the. store was also" partly j- i-- r-f troops 'm'enls ierria'the hatidi Bitbop; meeting ..ol nrence 'and 'church offic- Some.' .'additions 'oree'ol the dUIerent Pitriaith; tbi b kprrn'onism Ii Cardeioa, offered openla's Vs striswh1' Brindloy, In oBered purer plant ,1s bit i et it :_kind' pa; BITE; FOB; Ixradon, July-; nfenti Coanty. Counill'wilj'l the.councK a for :'the. holdVof- the fftraiu-isiand ilte ''.Orty'i i 1 J.- -i ..i 'WM called uP- a-- i: mirtrtJrplfiwri loe.bVaac on ilrur'sdar, on Momoni of'tbV Mormon church ttaka present, It Cptilet- _ among others :Eltpri Oitfo; oI the Klllsoii a CONTRACTED TrtE TROUBLE OR.. SOUTH AFRICAN WAR" Malaria fever, in Lethb'rldge eoundi jlniost. like. death lunstrqle ;at the North We, biit ihere ts a case, and" the Electrical; department, the vic- tim." Mi-.'Ro'id la cbniined to h'li he'd dis ease. But hecauBc case.lf the .city, there is no- reason to" feel paiileli'y .about "mean tint tio Lcth'bridge'.cliniate lsvmalar lal. Mr! Itcid's atta'ck'-'ot'the trbplta fever is a a- marjne close plicatlpn .to business tie. year, has worn .'out, his F.EARS- THAT" wo'RK' ie NOT- For alnoe P.R. mqvod Ha'iteam tra" Eang IHM dett, f to the .'suhway they are: at company .may for, some. reason or not; Idtend 'building- tke subway' S The ineriK reported ip oeimril Ab- the- pumps year, aaa .uuv. uta that'tho'oid dlaVaaV.'came'baci.1. ".'I'M- ".-f. I Wheu ialaila once getii lijto pie'i blood, jt li there .V-v" pTlSably'.neit This ioraTai'.MaVjbT-Hajiii to Bjiitth was" out tha "ittyti matter. 'and leara'it AIBI- A'.PBlf .r..'. f, deasttch trp'm thai lelt j r, Public'.OT.lj bai L-..'. ttilBt BM a1 a. i i: least, that is the pojinUr-jtwllef.V.-It' was hack in.- when, Superialeiident" mltacted I ijVmarfne ,'i 1- I i r.-i; ft'. I c "PUT-YOUR 4 Ohtc'ga.- iwo fttf- ago, oy.at- vatatioa a monument for 'eaiielrhtaiiii of her a lilacd off" tirt'caUt worUac' .fhe deaign.'t secret. SERVICE- week 'from iiitay the 4 seventh convsntlpn of .the t 'iia.'Caiada Irrlititlpa llbn: openi In' this and. ihe Board ''iaefit wortkig TON LOSE.J KSilWN Tr F.S W, EWwfter" it, 4 vity iiiloui "U. to l-VcinTsy the Vial-1 trofoptt adfcUwe-' i iftorntaf; AafMt 6, 4 K wUdJKs up at J, 4 farm I bouse for, ,4 clllzcn; died "in :he 'City, hospital on; Saturday ader.r noonl following "an operation for ap- ago. wos flity.' yeafs'of by a itHe "aad W6 chlidfoi, Beven-hifr inrnisury '.jgoa I i.tracted malaria i lilsis I iince, the dry i "'riled jt bffr int't.." i. I liiu Sor'. tie coaipiete thV '1n f 4 -i m irk blame the proximity, of to the" sa'wage disposal 'Mr.; Held ..will jenialB, m iwu uiuij ho Is abip Ip b-1 a a.i '.i _ home i.e. Informed It w.at Irnbirn 'the but, AND QUEEN WILL '4 and Mr. 4 July Mary'wri itone of .._i house year Is ll-' li t v, rf 'th. Vfte horSSt. tft .titiM i9J- ;