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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 'JULY 28, THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD PAGCFIVB Bvtrjrthtng Is In readiness for tho ti'juniou to tho Firm tomorrow ou of Trada "get- aoqnaluteil' with nature tour Mr Heyr hag about automobiles llnedt MO ready for service, and bo wants a raw more Anyono who has a buzz tyagon that la not going to do anything also tomoirow li asked to ring up Mr with tho news tuat the? Icttheir-wagons buiz for thu eood of Uthbrldga for three nou's Bveryo'ne Is Icvited to take this trip. The ladles :of the Women's Civic club Save arranisd -with Mrs FalrfleM lo ssrve light refreshments at tho farm after the tour 1? mado and a good an''educative and In- teresting one Is guaranteed all who takb it In. Tho autos will bo ready t.6: leave from-the Bank of Montreal corner at 8 o'clock sharp, and the fp.ro l> 'ree eA9KATCHE.WAN COMMISSION 13 f'WINQ OUT SOM.- FUNN> THINGS Moos lav Sask July provr ial commission air Jited in in xiirs into e asrccf sarroimd ii.c rf 1 im r och HIV n St1' anl 1lP collation of pat nicnts iide thor on its it tin E at Jilo -EC Juw llii" ar cjwtiroin meeting w s h M Y as v ell 4 with fir in IE cii3 p eojl feptinklmg af miph in nt mer TLc fii-jt u.cc ht ore ihe jiuime- oi W- J. Trotter of of dealings, with its I H C in ronrection mth the of a gasol're ongiat di d pcrator He ronrlam d bitt? rly i hit 1he ru'd not do tb work represented by the salesman and pio c-d wortftk -to him Further hofdiscoveroJ two years alter that 1." had signal i mortgage on Li T it V.B.I un.wir of tLis at tee time "ignel tre con tt Ct r later Hi" out fit to a hbor ift r t I worthless far his requirements' Hte a ipow- "S bigger and bigger went. Irrigation can do tbese ttlafs, and not on a fen per oent. taiM, tint on a twenty-nve, fifty and one 'hun- dred per cent, increase. It is often asked war U necessary in Western Canada. In the southern part of tto province ot Al- berta, the Canadian Pacific has braught a large of imatelj three milfton WME It- being HUH CHIEF OF A8QUITH FORCED TO -'ABANDON SECOND READING AMENDING BILL Ixindon, Julj first effect n1: the Birbiiu" tragedy haa been to smash Mr.'ABqulth's pinna for taking up the amending bill tomorrow. The Preniier announced today that the matter had been Indefinitely postpon- ed. Tho Irian members are so oxaspar- Bted. over the killing of four persons and the wounding of many others in tho clash, yesterday between regular troops and tho- that they nre in no mind to grant any conces- sions to Ulster. The Laboritea and many Liberals support them. The government announced in the House of Commonfl today that Deputy Police Oommiasioner Harreil, 1vho or. rlered out Uie troops, had been BUS- ponded, and that bla superior, Com- mlasloner Sir John Rosfl, who express- ed a. desire to share the responsibility, haft resigned his office. A specialinquiry will be held, pro- bably by. Judicial commission. In the meantime tho. demand for too'removal of the Scottlah Borderers from Dublin not neen Brnntod, largely because fan attempt to march out wftulu be; the signal for attacks by mobs. .They will remain prisoners until Uio anger of the peo- lilo cooled.' 3am Oravvford There I placer mines will he in operation and Qeo. T. Carr, has a small force oJj output .ot gold from this creek men -at work, which will be increase j wm place Cranhrook district as ihe he arrival of eastern capi- I largest producing district of Canada. who have an option on thcl Cr-mbrdok, 'July. pay-dirt, that went J20 per day Prarv .Creek in past .years was the the man. The shaft had two com- (rora lno arB.repurlsii -lu iiavc.; Duiilin, July cd on th property, who are expected here.! sometime during the coming week. Three different leiljes arc iound. on this property. The "big ledge" has a width (it -10 feel, with two smaller eight feet in width. These arc nccmiipan cd by a "por-; to! 200 leet wide. Assays! ffil RIFLES .ree n of a amount ot activity partmtnts, one of which contained -.a i d -.a i plvln Ot ?8 ked-! jTorshj-ry carrying n- Ot ?8 to S40 in gold, the 1 4000 rifles for sn as a' placer llfeld and this'outlbok 'kt deep level pump, which was worked-! jTorshj-ry carrying values to the ex- j volunteers was landed c season is i bright. the cen- by an over-shot water wheel, arrang- 1 jcn{ i0 >l'J. night at Newcastle, on tli ol activity will bo at "Old .Town" cd to do all the hoisting of- It h.JS by actual. County Wlcklow. The gi Which "having a 'good hotel, as well as pump the water from the tlwt two very strong CVaded the coast guards and jiolice rcat J ccnsignment of the Irish Na'jonalist during the .ho coast of runners where ruining laan, on tunnel ana shaft. pEr.Ulcl (jmrU Itdjcs exist, allli conveyed the weapons to Dublin tousisl can find the hesVpfiacconuno-! The reeoriis o! the stream show at ctrtain places, traceable for ]n niotor cars. Two gunboats were dalions. There is a gopd'.waBSOn roail tlist several millions in gold has tccn! niibs, .nailing S. 30, W, parallel tlle bay at tho time Hashing their "Old Trnvn" with" Craii- out since the early sixties. -I general direction of the creek, and; a'disbaiice-of'abqut. 20 milss.'i On Ferry Creek 1 dipping nearly vertical. The best The stream1 has Veen 'worked fur (.i.roj large companies at work: The! poEvrc of these ledges is on the pla-er cold mile; Thais company sinking a shaft to bed- 'Home-stake adjoining claims, alovc :'01d and'above the vock .tho I'crry Creek Hydraulic. Co.] (jco. t-cM, of Xclson, has a group fnlli'. At the.Falls, for a distance of; constructing a flume two mite in! 0I severs! claims adjoining the Horne- lights. Ancther of 1000 rifles was two or three milts, Sold 'in paying inrth, working the bcncli diggings hy' 5t.ike, tbc carrying values in .quantities- lias htjiii ottahion; in the hyrfraulic povror the Koclrnay 01 and up. These claims all present channel of tbolcreeh hut the cr "Mining operating; with 'a show a considerable a cider where the. sliovel, raised the gravel ve'lbpm.cnf. mount of de- .ire now' 'taking :place (lassss nppar- j bedrock, with extra ently to ''tte-east'-df 'a smnll raoim- for'liau'dlins the gravel -1 miichinery hetwoen ihe llkhorn Laidlaw, JJr. J I-i King and others of Cranbrook, are on the same serifs of ledges, onj The Running groups, owned; by J- T. tain which senarateS 'it' fi'pni the. the Hume. nrcsHit streauit am.-ncdi.-.t'lv.'. ;OH have workKl continuously up to............_ 'thB falls ft tunnel' 'has'been run fci; ij-l0 close of last season, puring last' the south side "f tlie-crecK just above nearly n feet, Avlth a lower: you- the. Koiitcnay. Place company! the "Old Shait." The ledges at this .arid smaller tunnel (ollowirij-it all: put jn a large steam drill for point have a width of 23, .10 and 5 the way for drainage'purposes. The 0; testing .their ground the development work on this miners who drove''this -teniicl wprel Over 20 holes were sunk, all j property consists o! several hundred landed near Kilcool, also in Wlcklow. Tho coroner's inquest on the vic- tims of Sunday's flg'bting between Sio King's Owii GCOtMalr Sorderors and the crowd WP.S adjourned till Thurs- day nt the request of the lawyers re- presenting the soldiers, who naked for time to prepare their evidence. mners wo roe 's beroc. ver o Gust Then, fliompsonj which showed gold in paying quail I fcet ol tunnels, drills and ing, T. Roberts, Wm.'Haupt'and the Mr. Tower, the manager of I rTbo moilo of occurrence and r Bank Bros., 'Wild during- .tho 'driving; company, is expected to arriyo at- great nnd p[ ot the tunnel' averaged from to frsnorool: at an oarly date to make -those bilges on 1-crry Greet, taken in prr day ,to '-the ninn.- "jl-he necessary arrangements, for rn- Two..raties above'tho "Kalfe, ntar'sumi'ng work, itho .was! While there ccnMdcrahble activ- roiihECtion with the (act that gold occurs "in of them, makes this treok worthy of t-hc attention ot ing: rampanies 10.FBI OF Ottawa, July' six million of lumber, several 'hundred cords of wood and- one -frame house, were destroyed in the fire In A. Huslrepn's yards th Hull last night, and 'whlcfo rngcd till an early; hour this morning. Macleod, Alia., July large number ot the parents and friends of the Boy Scouts paid a visit to the cnmplns grounds at Potts Bottom on Sunday last. The boys, thirty-seven number, under the command Scout Master Edgar, are having a splendid time, and although, doing qulto an. amount of hard scoiltlng work, iicvertheleBs find time for a lot of healthy amusement. The camp, which is pitched in a clump ot timber at the foot of the hill, 'borders on an Ideal bathing pool, and under the care and superintend- ence of Instructor Beach, the boys are rapidly becoming the most proficient swimmers. The, interest taken, in the scout movement by the leading resi- dents of the town is praise- worthy, and practically every day pro- visions are taken out to satisfy the ravenous appetites of the youngsters. Tho spirit in which they enter Into their work Is also a great credit to the boys, and the discipline in the camp Is of a perfect nature.. Tbe usual snorts take place on. Wed- nesday afternoon next, for whloh the boys are assiduously practising, and a Sarge exodus.of the townspeople will take place to witness the. various events. Jimmy Arther Soon Back Jimmy Archer, the OU-DS' catcher, who broke in a recent gamo against.the to'bo .able to get back In the gome In about a, .week.' has remored the- cast 'from 'the -and .It will 'Soon oc as wjh Be ever. EASY MONEY HOW FLEMMING TOUCHCO KIN. NEDY AND McDONALCX SL John, N.B, July Royal Commission inquiry IMa noon John Kennedy, ot KavBsdr asd McDonald, on Valley Riailway, took the stand. 'Did you llavs any tain premier about money before Septem- ber, asked Mr. Carrrtl. "Yes; Mr. Pleramlng to help them along-wlth sane was the reply. Tim witness eald lie the firm not doing nines but he would eee him the nert day Mr. Ptemmlnf came' the office at Woodstock. asked je wte.t I thought the Una could af- continued Keunedy. The witness had fSOM. McDonald, Ms jiartBer, went to the bank and got' (fie -package and .left' It In a pom. Kmnedy. went to room and got the package and placed it in -Premlsir's hands, he eald. "The only other man. around was one out- side holding the Jiorse. NEW MINE INSPECTOR J.- H. HIcMrdB, ol Boyil View, FfoytocUl Mine fr Mr. a of experience, and tppclat- V ment timely. In Inspection tour. ;