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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, June 17, THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD N HEVIEW1NU THK UIUHLANDERS CUPS WHICH WILL GO TO THE CHAMPION! AT LETHBR1OGE EXHIBITION In Toronto, the upper picture, Sir Ian (In the centre) wears a char- acteristic smile e greets the honnle Hlelan' (addles. The lower picture shows Mm In ciny with Col. Sam Hughes. Sir Ian Is going to. travel all over Canada the Highlander's regiments. He Intends going west from Toro'O all parts of thj Dominion.' i-> i. INCIDENT WAT-ATEO BY OOL- ;OR T-LIAM'S PftO 'REVEAL Berlin, A remarkable 'show Willlitn'a" at- titude toward anttuUonal raonar. chy was relate the. celebra- tion ol 'anniversary of his reign by tb. Ity Mm! en Is of Berllu Unlw Prof. Otto Hi of ttltuUoul anl iMrative history, declared thut tt hlacelt Uii toli him how he had dls then destroy- ed tho sUndiiipeai .made hy Wlllif. o! Prussia, to hia Buccenon Prunlan constitution. mneror eaid the Sail document imd in hli i after his acceJras an envelope 'containing' taeSal le-stameni of Wlilf., tfhicb was'to re of his success orfl, on his implored in Ih reToeallon of f lion before tnii tloa oath hy th Frederick W tho-r during the stoi It urted and gen terms the Mian con3titu- of corona- onar'eh. lV., loa to Prussia of the middle but did not fl: Ity or the. coa: peror Willlani grandfather, h Teltei ;his act, .hut ha document H'm! 1 1 Inexperienced iald: "I feel ta l! i the house i finally -bu r the opportun- lit father and clinatlou to fol- low Ibs-odvJci Willltm sd fleslroycd f of tbe conse- .on >rs. Tho powder cask led me BO that TfllAL i Trenton, {Coml Justice .ordo'r imlll ilribere 'of. tTlal by a w cqunly whlc In which P trials, bowe talc county, IGNERS e today made tn o Pajerson slllf n arrested 'oreigntn. Tho froni Hudson Passaic county located. The be held II YOUTHFUL WIDOW SHOT SAVAN SHOT- HERSELF. MILADI EDITED BY "INO" PHOKEI KM. 1111 Mrs. C. E. who has tetoiand Thirteenth street, tomorrow at- Tho folloivins is the list of cham- pionship prizes for the Lelhbrldso neil ueek: Farmers' grand championship cup, valued at Irrigated district championship cup. valued M HOP. Individual farters' (Irrigated) Cham plouship cup, valued at Ury-tarinluj district championship cup, at 1100. farmers' (dry-farming) championship cup, valued at flOO, pre- ented W. A. Buchanan, Championship i .'baroploueliip cup, solid silver, lalued .t presented by the Hudson's Bay Company. Championship Shire donsulii cup, valued at }25, presented been witii f. K. the Moinon's Bank. 11' Ttry well known Cbaniploithlp Suffolk Piiuch atal-l Scbrlner is a winsome soulhfrn -irl visiting at Santa Monica lor tte wit- ter months, returned tWi moraine, and wlil spend a lew Mrs 0. T. Latbrop before urocetdlni to the Paje1 ranch at Majrath V V Lillian Bier, daughter of Mr- and Mrs. Edward Baer', ol 319 7th aveaue south, is to be married to- morrow at 1 o'clock io Mr. Kred Stoics ol Calgary, nho is a brother ol W. J. Stokes, proprietor ol the Alexandra hotel. Rev. T. P. Ferry Hill perform Ite ceremony. 4 A prelty romance culminated last Mr. H. M. Schiiaer and Miss Ara Donnell] were quietly mrried at tie, home ol Rev. T. P. Pern-. Mr. Scbrlner has tor the past fcttrrir, an krre. Mis. Ion-Silver cup. at 135, Oklahoma Uiiy, zed came ented by the Merchants' Dauk. Championship Belgian tia! alt the way to Lethbridge to find Ler [lover. She has left for Advie, Sas- 'katthcwan, where her father operates ,15 iu eold presented by win. Oliver. valued at seven gold mcdaU, six silver medals, and be glad The following premiums are offered (0 Itarc.that the operation she un- by (he Canadian Percheron Breeders' Association; Four cups valued at 9aO each. Cbampionsbip Thoroughbred stat- cup, lalued at J35, pri llorfio derwent has proven success- silver (ui, aad that she is on the rapid n ay to recovery. Mrs. Alt. Shenton enter- at three o'clock. A meeting ot tbc Ladies' Aid will be held im- ieilatetj (oltoMlng. e Ladles' Guild ol St. Mary's ehuidi scored a big success in their Jtreble Sale In the Miners' Hall yes- terday. The things offered lor silt v.ere eagerly picked up tbc lad- ies did a tlimicj trade. Well on to 570 Here cleared as a result ol the effort. The Guild wishes to everyone who donated or contributed in any way to the sale, t As ncGounced in this column three eeSs ago, Kev. A. U. Watson has resigned the pastorate ol the First llaptist church and Kill move to Chi- cago The resignation has been lor- malty accepted by the trustees. The Wesley Ladies' Aid will meet n Wednesday afternoon at the church at 3 o'clock. It IB hoped there be a good attendance, as busi- ness of .importance is to be trans- The Lafiiea' Aid of Wesley church are holding a seties' of efforts to as- sist tho [unds under what is" knonn as tho "Hour system." Twelve lad- ies have volunleered to give an hour for the benefit of the society. Next Thursday Mrs. John Lii ingstone will live her hour, and it will take the form of a tea to 6 o'clock. All ladies arc'cordially invited to he Llvingitoce's guests Thurs- day afternoon. Tnenly-five members of the "Couri- try Girl" company-were present, at last night's meeting and It was 0n- sented by the Union Bank of Canada.! tained Saturday night in hoaor ol The following premiums are offered Mr. VYm. Colon, the occasion being i by the Canadian Hackney Horse So- bis 2Sth birthday. The eieui-g's en- performance! cieiy: Two slher-medalB valued at Vas Interspersed with falr {35 each. ,j numerous solos and step-dancing, Champion Standard Bred Shenton, Farrant and Vuggs Silver cup, valued at 535, presented i offering their talent. The- guests were hy Lumber Company. jMr. and Mrs. Kealy, Mr. and Mrs. Champion Roadster Mr. and Mrs. T. Wigg, Mr. cup, valued at 535, presented by the and- .Mrst'Oites, Mr. and Mrs. Shen- Savannat, Oa., 'June Buyo a phyilclan of this city wa! shot to death In his! office here lati yesterday evening, by Sire. Eugene H a -r'dow, who after firing slieti at the physician a ser ballet throuth her temple, fnllin Ik'eleu acrott the body of her vie Urn. police are searching tor ai unknown woman who ft' ga1A to.haV' accompanied Mri. Wilinint to th doctor's office. Dr. Brlnkloy was i years of ate, and unmarried, a.nd cam here about 3even years ago from Suf- folk, Va.- He. was-popular, socially. Mrs. wlunant, kged 25, was tho daughter of a' Savannah boarding house keeper. Np cause been Kd for the tragedy. It Is said that when Mrs. Whienant and'htr compan- ion reached-.the doctor's former went .with Dr. Into hligprivate office, the other woman re- in tho outer a few minutes later the firing began and Dr. Brlifcley rushed out followed by Hn. who was utmlllj tuHnc. Dr. Brlnkloy called to a maid to umeion He police. Wblsnant U flafd to have pursued the dcctor to the porch and then back Into the effloe flre on him. igot entered his heart, killing him iiutant- The -woman then Tiersslf Ihroush tbe heal Rlvtrsfde Lumlier Company. Champion Farmers' general purpose toilet Eet ia leath- tr, presented by J. D. Hlglnbotbam fc Co. Cbamoion H. N. 'W. M. P. saddle 'presented -by "the Com- missloner.- Champlon Sborthorn cup, valued at presented by C. B. Bowman. Champion Hereford cup valued at 535, tiy es-Maybr Adams. _ 7 Champion Aberdeen-Angus Silver cup, valued at by the Herald Jpb'pepartineht- Champion ilolslein cup, valued at ?35, preEented hy Downer. Champion Ayrshire cup valued at presented hy the Im- perial Bank of Canada'. Champion Jersey oup, valued at }35, presented by the Bent- ley Co. Champlou Berkshire cup, valued at 135, presented by Plche t Miron. Champion bird In Poultry Championship cup, valued at }35, pre- sented by tho Central Lumber Com- pany. Best two bushels of Red Fife wheat presented hy the Canadtaa Bank of Commerce. Best two bushels of Marquis wheat cup, valued et J35, presented by Messrs. Campbell, WUson'fi Horne 'Best collection of .Veijeiables 'grown on irrigated cup, valui at presented by B. A. Ewe'rt! ton, ilessrs. Colon, T. IVigr, jr., C. Bert Wige, and Albert Koulh. LadiesV.Aid society of the First, Baptist church will meet, at Mrs. Hehug's.'S'S 14ft sircet south on Wednesday afternoon. he ol.St. An- w's KhooU are hostesses a at 531 18th street north." "t t The society of JIary's church wish to remind, -.their j friends 6f the- ice cream social' and Since in Unity hall tomorrow eveninj. Ev- erything points to a jolly lime. The Women's Missionary society ol Westminster church will meet at the home of Mrs. VYeston, Third.avenue, SOME INTERESTING DEDUCTIONS MADE FROM .VITAL-8TAT-' ISTICS OF' Paris, June Tbe vital statistics for 1S1J report births through. oat France a.s compared with for tho year of rill. Dr. 'Jacques Bcrtllion, tbo expert says that the Ira provement Is more Apparent than real and that the two years 1911 and 1912 have established the worst record' In tnaby years, "clearly dt-montlratlng ahe pcrsletoncy of the avll which 'driving France to ruin." The'detelled BtatUKct for 1312 arA 311.S2S; blrtot, deaths, Ot, Berflllbn hli Mali- ment by aaylni: "Tha( Is the (rue ca'ue'q of the three scars military service which" la the .Spatfi four.-years. will bo necessary then fh'o or TERRIFIC STORM STRUCK CAMP LEVELING HALF Or T GROUND CLUBS AND SOCIETIES would le given-during fair The nights will-he Wednesday and Thursday, tte "26th and. 3Sth. The price of admission will be 25c, 35ct and ftxv and tickets are now on sale at the Mason ann' Kisch Piano store, Manager ol the" Majestic, eifects a lull house both nights, and those eipecling to secure goo'd seats should book them at once. A large number of out of town peo- ple will be here during the week, and undoubtedly many will come in lor' the-'evpress of witness- ing this clever production, which re- support-a lew Bret rehearsal will first "rehearsal. will-be night at 1 sharp. ".'Yhe YCesley church had a jolly time last night. It was tl.e'Iurn of the "social com- o5 holding meeting- in the church all journeyed to the coulees, "and a pleas anl shady spot so.uth oi the city power house, the "table" was spread and thirty' jolly Young people enjoyed -T1- r, l-, will htel summer, mohthi. Continues all Week LIGHTNING AND DID CON- SIDERABLE LIVES WERE LOST Moose Jaw, June con- ing in this raorntng from the surround- ing country tell of the violent Ftorm of last Around Bengoush there was a small crclone and several V-iild- ,nsa were oiferturned, the same pened at Erntoltl, 7.here Stalley's res- ;aurant wae demolished, Around Ejebrow there was a severe ?torm, but there Js was accom- paniod by lightning-and between here and thtt town the Gtorm'waa very So far no reports of people baviag teen killed have been re- ceived. A rain [ell for'severa! hours which was just wbat the cropa needed, for In ylaces they irere be- ing parched by the heat of the past days. Tn tho south country the crops are beating all records for the land there .B low lying. Some Big Men Putting one Over London, Junt Ji, Btat, mblisher, haa just returned fjom.n visit to tie United States n an Interview prine hlj he Bald that Enelllh Ufenture aught nitu far more zest and iesB in Canada than in Great -Britain: Jlr. Dent'isji, however, that >ne tremtndoiw factor which, initi- ates against culture among the pii- plo themEclves. in America and says, "I was iroprejsed hy the fer- riflc force of every poirer. In York riches poured out as if they were of no consacjUecoe. For example, iu 1 fwnnd hem pulling down a ho'ose whicti ooit yeara ago in order o make room for a store. .Yoa not help feeling restless, eager, hiin- Serins; for bigger liia bigger aucceu. Life teems tc'-o in that ivay, i terrihta. danger H mBites-'agaiilft 'culture.' ThlB'samo: .Ing In wealthy call real citato has become madness.-" Jlr. iras struck by the great attention.paid In America to women'i educatioal.' -V lOeatinued from front pace) be repeated S during the gr fhef lands for summer range are KARL !NGENOHE OF BONN, GER- MANY, TAKES UNIQUE WAY OF SEEING SIGHTS Tl.tfc nivers, June 16.-The cify PltM of Three Hivcrs and tl.e military respects, is iar behin camp of the. Monlrc.il inlantry rtgl- cmr'cs to home-making. The. ment here were visilert b.v tho.w'drst thetc ate thunder storm in years laic thls'al- ternoon. More than hall the camp was levelled to the ground. Supplies "Seeing Alberta on is the novel way which Mr. Kart Inita- ohe, of Bonn, Germany, cooiea. Mr. IngenoXo is on'a trip around the norW, and has already large share of it. He came here from the Argentine Republic, and will re- turn to his native laid Ja- pan and Ir.dia. He is very dteply impresaed Tith tho way they do things in Alberta, ann says trial in no other part oi the world has he seen'such rare oppor- tunities lor the poor matt io make a home. In the Argentine, which com- i. it lands every J t 1 oll'ain "d ths "ult and bedding were strewn about'and" "ia.t thoroughly waier soaked. In '.ibe town the power wires are down and1 on no light is promised for two day's was bloivn off and many nouses s'ut- tercd from the Wind Tn the is kept down. Jngenhoe goes oat every day horse-back jaunt, anil has al- seen more of the country than ad? seen mote ol the country than good msny ol the'.oid residents. He granting of the same to them." woman lee appiieil for' acres .under .ease yesterday, and closely, iollow- ing her application canie one by mail tram manager for a like acreage in her application the- lady- wrote i "I think the'leasing to small.inter- esU will benefit a greater, number ot RETURNING OFFICEKJ FIXES THE .DATES "FOR "CONTESTS IN DEFERRED ELECTIONS Edmonton, 'June (7. A writ has been issued for the 'election in the Athabasca constituency of Alberta. In Athahasca and Peace River, the elections take place subsequent to the general election. Under the election act the .returning officer fixes the day fot the nomination 61. the candidates and the. holding ot polls.- This provi- sion differs' from the- in other elections where the IteuteianWgom- nor in council the day lor nom- inations and the'.hold'lng of the polls. In the 'case of, '.deterred elections', however, the election act provides that the nominations shall not he less than fourteen 'days alter the proclamation and the day tot Ihe poll shall he as early as possible, but not' less than fourteen days alter the nomination. t C. .V.. of ''Athabasca Landing, has .been -appointed' rctuia- ing pffiCft and'he will proceed to the naming 'of- the day for the'nomlna- ol the (lay for- nominations and Hon. A., tf.' Martay has been. nominated- by- in- Athalasca will, ,fhe .Conservative bletv iiillrhiirrlcace. velocity.' camp the evening meal hid of wind thi tent pegs responded .loir, d the strain 6n tht canvas and ridge .'''Juj: poles snapped like matches'. The tent Wllaps-d, everythlnj beaejth th" it-'Althougb 'UottiKirtititt u-ith immense tract! of stem the tide ol destruction, the storm had prKitlcilIf sprat be-; lore an otginiznt effort In tkls (Ion could The officers suffered mostly and were obliuM to come to Thru div- ers for their evening No MnJ jutlcs of a serious pencil, tltliough several .ol the Men were hrulMil ntieii caifght (entf. as yet doofij unfilled, so and with the great coil fields which ate just be- to be developed. FOR Dr. Pllli tttntttt >nt M tnt .to At all camdidate...The eacy it 1COO.' The totj in tie Ftttt Blifet will not'ftke uatil.utei. DBBTROYEIJ Joae hai alili and a icort of tt tie o< on SC John. '.Tai'fire orlHaJted ID the powtr Psrlkoaka Mllli, aid tBrttd to adjacent tti uejt (0 the Tie (8 with' very little Insur- ance. THZ MOTtBST MINTS Omaht, Juse and Omaha were hotteat ouUs In the United yesterday, with Ihe mercury hoverinj around H degrees. U a UEIW ttktfti. ing. the reserve as at adds, "and 1! {t is always going Mfinle ant) hrlp thr.._minted, farmlnj cause along" in" Southftn 1 would liko to sign an agreement to kase acres at 4 to 8 ceati per ncre a year and would .run big buach ol cittle and A rancher cif Mountain View writ- ing for lea sections under EL says he has 500 cattle and SO horses and he is cramped for range in sum met and has to .keep Qia tanching business down because he cannot ge enough summer feed, whereas, if couli get" a lease he would be glad and he promises to double" his' liyi stock holdings. "I do not approve b the method ol the government in us he to be used for grazing, hy all'meano le the settler's in this part of the coun try enjoy the benefit o! j' it would encourage miied farming throughout the whole south Nriles' nr.olhet Spring Coulee man in applying for a good sited lease, "it would be the great- est benefit the government evtr did for the farmers of tbo Canlslon dis trict. I am not in favor of granting such large areas of land to oae' .in dividual or company, f would use acres for grazing, and I would he glad to pay whatever the ment decided was 4 fair aohlial'ren Ul, and meet all requireinfits. In making this application I io so in the hope the government will con- sider it, as well as all ing the urgent wants of the people, and I im right here on thi jdh ing to'hut the M. DENT GIVES HIS SIONS GATHERED ON THROUOH CANADA Prince 'Albert, "June August S. Dudley, .formerly' book- keeper in the office of tbo" G. M. Tur-- ner Realty company "here, was this morning sentenced to thice months fu-juil for embezzling tirenty doUars from that firm. Dudley, -na arrested in Saskatoon last week" and brought here for'trial. In court today admitted having ernteuM Dome fbree hundred dollan from tie zeti estate firm of Robttsoa aid Black, Winnipeg, welch WM ftttltd out of nourt and be WM to v jo free. Saskatoon, 'June thirty .street cat motomen ud con- ductors waited upon' the ''city last night with a long of griefs. They state that and particularly Inspector Hetliwdl, are guilty of acts of petty, .t I ANQORA QOAT.HUMILIATED. WuhlnBton, June caft co longer lord IV ovjr'the C a! (oral sheep and prdcliltn-lts arts- f6r ths.Ceaiocrlts of the'Sen- ate finance have put both 6n i level. which meani.tl iat, half the OMB 'are. under lines, more or leu all' The' council ordered an-iaTM.tlg'ation. CANADIAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION London', Ont, June The' 6th an- nual coartntlon of the CaiadSaa Medi- cal Association will meet London, Oat., June 24 to 27 and .-will he' at- enued'by aoout'five hundred doctor! from all partt of the Dominion. One of the subjects which will be dlecuss' ed at 'meetings Is the eitahllsh- ttenl of a ipecial departintnt'of pub- lic health la federal M The S. 0. E. Red Rase degree will meet on Wednesday eight O'elock sharpy- Is reiueated, Important 'biiElnssa' re latlve to the of the Supreme of- Jicens will to dealt Tilt, Silver for Service I When {nuchMin; you art rale of depend- ;