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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Hie Lethbridge Daily Herald IV. 10, BIG CROWDSLOCATE ON LONDON STREETS Traffic on the Streets -Wai Almost Im- possible CHURCH SERVICES "King's Garden Party to be'the Biggest. Ever Held London, June1 appearance ot ihe British CapUaJ tonight was anything but Sablmth like. Bnormous crowds pushed, their way through the fctietls, Blocking low an] the centre of the city to see the''decorations of the :buildjiigsaiul''streets mid catch a feilinpse of the Aji liaienth ilmost all fne whole oft Lou (ion's-nqnulat-e of turned out; Several thousands jostled one another for hours about St.-James Park, minslei ,ind lratilg.ii Syuaio, tbe Strand .nul Pluadilh nlmost impob eihle. J'or motor cars ami and tiom tune to time tiafflc viab'eutlrelj stopped Kast endert, and working cl foi med (lie chief Lteijbodj was in holiday fipjrlts, tjie men find in Is singing .ind charting a tairiage with Iher iet, in box or the uniform of was seen, ihe (rowds around and followed W-IPD' tlyre m'ore exciting the congregated in front of clubi ind public'tbulldings Harking ham wheie 'tlie rojal ensign the centte of atti action the maj quests will arine Jomoirov there uav enough lesser princes and gland ilit-csjoii uew to satisfy the jieople The principal usitors be (jiiartei-ed; in.: Buckingham, Palace, Qljilboiough Jlonse, while othefss find slielter in Bevoial ot T'IC njore pretenlions hotels ThP Ger man ciniser Oeiiann Votight the Xli-own Prince Frederick WilliHm and the German Crown Princess to .Sher- wheie the oiuisei tied nj) The and T'nnciiss disomhaiked at in eailj liom und nioeoeded to Lou rioii The making tonight did not su'ike.ihe onlyynote of uoroiiation Btmda.y, ReliQiout Servicts Religions senues weie held at SI Pauls in the moining and in the after noon at Westminster-Catholic Uatlicd- ral, while a teinaikable 011 ser Mce was lield -U Batteispa Park, and in all the churches refeience made io tlie gieit ceiemon'i to take place on contm gentg lepresentlng Canadi Afnca Aiistiaha 1 imaica and other colonies S5t Pauls, the nnamapa eleven bundled 'Elmore, ivith two ba..ds, marched from the Dukr if "ioiKs apeclii' through sneete entiUiBiastic sppt tatois The Dean the ser- vice 'lhe Lord aldeimen, judge ittlred m then lobes of office, pi (.ended the iatei sen ice in St j'iuila. which was conducted -hy Arch- deiroii Slni-lair Fi patent shai p s during the considerablj (liunagcd the stieel decorations A henry rain'-.before Thursday .would be icgaided as a calamitj as it would anionp the (limsj cloth iMiigings and papei flowers stning probabh oiei H is anuoimceti tliat the Archbjshop cF oik ha" heen chosen to pi each the aernion at tlie coronation. There was iio sermon at King Edward's corona- tion King Gcoigo and Queen Man decided to attend the Slwkespear Jan -liflll. Six thousand invitations issued for thc King's gard- en 'T It will be the hig .Keit partj held at Buckingham THE FIRE CP.R. SHOPS HERE Business Men's Protective Association Want Action to be Taken At the regular Busi- ness'Moil's Protective Association the other evening the association passed a unanimous that the Hoard of Trade again take; up the matter of endeavoring to' induce the II. tiie here, as there is reason to1 believe that Lethbridge has still a good ctiance'to IN MINE WAS PUT OUT City Fire Department As- sisted in Quenching the Flames By -strenuous work yesterday on the part men employed at the Gall In No. 3 shaft, aided by the city fire department, the fire in No. .3 mine was'got under control, and to- ilaj ale cleaning up tlie debris and putting the mine into good shape once more. While it IB stated that at. no time did the fire assume, serious .propor.- I UOQS, ertlieless it occasioned the obtain them, desp.te me foct'tlwL the raanagera t fcieilt of wonj on ac [teoule. of Aledicine Hai; fteeiii. lo.he certain Hint they will- be located at tliat They gave'us the.fr reason for the matter up once more; that Whyte had stated" that tliej must go on the main line, but that afterwards he also stated that event- ually the Crow's Nest-branch Would be made the main through freight line the company This being the case the issociation that the mat- ter should not be dropped without one more attempt being to induce he to considei Lethbridge s WILL ACCEPT TP BOARD'S DECISION Or. Gordon Hopeful That 'Miners and Operators v Will Agree 'i uoouiit of the fact that its location was a mile from! the bottom of itlie sbaft. thus nec'eRSitating the laying of a mile of pipe line before could be done to -check its advance. On Saturday the former W. L. Wardle, now of Diamond City, was called in to give'his advice, mine was niore familiar to him than to the present superintendent. H was Found that the only way. to reach tlie fire would be to lay a nose accordingly the fire department was called in. ,The large steamerifrom No. 1 station was taken .to the top shaft .and ii 'hoee line laid from 'the hjdiant neai St 'Andrew's chinch on Westminster roud. Then a line of hose was laid In the mine from th? engine to the scene of the fire The terrific force of the stream thus sup plied soon enabled the men to get the fire under, control without any danger and at an earlv hour last night the trouble was practically overcome The lots is not large ns the timbers for only a short'distance were.burn- HARRIS WILL APPEAL iafteritooii. C F la ap- Siipi-eme, Court lnm the (feels- idn of Court of Alberta whfcrebj but was stricken from the rollu in this province, and disci vailfied from practicing He ho (he case 'hoi Iron its legal and the merits of the case as-to facti. The appeal will he' heard at; Ottawa. to tju. t'erald) June ll> 0 the foreign GoiuVi, of ofjtile 'hoard which is (hs pule bctucen the mtl lUititi lohmhi.i coai mmeis and the opera lois nuiud heic fiom thfl on Si it in tfu night uirt ife rc, tcifd at Uic C P R liotpl seen unir onion had 1'ttle to on .ijaltor at issue He said tint lie vcrv imich LC crritcil the met thiit no arrauRcmciil tould made nhicli (he mm I id inn to work puuiiiiR lie sull ui thc aihit.alion Thc loud it IjiuKhcid on Tuc-.tU> ind lit- er it C'liimoic Aftei these session1- ibe iiPtnhci'5 lvill nucl to i'iiiaiilui I.UMI fithng 'flint Gordon full) the si nous nature of the iiLu lion iiisine, from thc of llir mines is if he Ihoui.lit flu snips uould abide bj Litt. i ni ihe hoatil, tbe chat man hr uas sine would, and Ic has prLit hopes Foi the icsumption of the mines in the NORTH STAR MINE TO OPEN Cranbrook. June Is HUtboritively'.dnnounned that thn North fltnr mine at, Kim- .berlj% .whicb been shut down roi1 wmc conslderaiilo litnc, will operations GAMBLING JOINT ON HOUSE BOAT Winnipeg Police Make a Raid-Men in Court Winnipeg, Man Mine T Baud: confessed keeper of thcj huute boat iftaintaiiif (I on the Her Hncr as ,i gambling joint and mljirh was hoarded earl) morning police officers in a gasoline launch, pleaded and pind a fine of Kouitccn plajeis each paid J25 and costs Cutlilicrt H HoUicn and (1 antic Robinson alleged to be joint ol WH boat, were re- nrandcd until Friday. :_. Incidppt'al Moldcn paid a iinc of ?50fl.ji-year.ago on n surilai clmtqr and the ma (rite him i jail bcntcncc on conviction but there was a icli was Inevitable slight in OH ing" to thc burning ot the ground and ards soakinsr it'with water The mine has been cleared off-smoke, and 'Workmen can proceed with the repairs with the utmost security General Manager Na.Enuth is at a' loss to know what caused nothing but repair uork has been done In section of the mine since the strike was called, BUILDING OF WEYBURN p Another Letter From the r Vice-president of WHAT HE SAYS Holds Out Little Prospect of Construction This Year That there ils still loom'tor believ- ing that of the Leth of tlie C P R will be undertaken tfom tlie Lethbridge end this bummer be seen fioui the 'following letter fiou. Wm White vice president of the compflnj, ac hie of another pe SMALL CHILDOUR CADETS RAIN NEEDED TERRIBLY HURT Steam Plough Ran Over Little Tot Foot Amputated A vpry -sail and. painful accident hap pcned on 'Saturday afternoon to two- venr-old KubV; the" onlv child of (teorge Wood, at Kew Dayton, 1 he child was riding on a steam accompanied 'hy Imr father thr uigiiuer I he ciigimir ior repairs and tlio lime girl go' down- and lieyau playing with a that was following tlit plough 1 he dog i in itnilt'i the Ingine im she went under to jti ami tin intci, haunt; mended the machine and not seeing -the. young one, took} WON THE PRIZE for. granted gone back LOCAL YOUTH WAS DROWNED Son of Iron Springs Far- mer Victim of Accident at St. Boniface George Bakbf, one of the popular attending the Separate school, and has iccentlj been attending bt Boniface College at St Bonif.ice, .Han., was drowned in the rlyer hear that uty Hc sixteenth >ear and was a bright student. The'father7of the lad is a well known.farmer in tbe Iron Springs, district. Miss Annie Bakof, a sister, resides in city. Un .to late this afternoon no word has been received of (he -ec" of the which when found will probably be shipped here for burial. WARM IN THE WEST Winnipeg, June of-between eighty and re- corded all over (he west'yes terday, the highest, being at Ham: Iota, Man. It win a sweltering night, the mercury -remaining, around enl.y. The intense heat following plentiful nins ts bringing the crops along tt wottdprful rate and farm erg art facing the problem of heaiy straw nnd wondering the fort} thousand THREE BROTHERS WERE DROWNED .Parry Sound, June sons of.-Thomas Fawcet, living 17 miles north of here on the C. N. H. Shawanaga station, were drownoA yesterday while bathing. It is thought that in endeavoring to save the youlig- est lad the other two also went down. The boys were 16, 14 and 12, years old respectively SOCIALISTS WILL HELP McNAMANA Chicago, .June Social- ists In resolutions today pledged their financial support to the defence of loon .1. McXamara, 'secretary, and treasurer of the National Iron Work- ers union, accir I ;of havjng directed the operations of a gang or dynanjit ers. The meeting was attended by several titWn JroBi fit to be forwarded to "him by'the Trade He This 'I am afraid has nndeitiken not more in lhe of building new lines than can be carried on this season and I, Unerefore.-fcar there IE little likelihood of Joeing able (o do anything inHhe way of building; the Lethbnd-ge Wey bum line flom end this jear, but should conditions change itbd" we find that some construction work could be done easterly, I would be pleased to bear .your reiiuest in mind." .While at first sight-this communi- cation may appear .to be ;yery non- cbniinitial and rather- discouraging, I the membeis of the Board of Trade are inclined to consider it otherwise It would appear that the company has considered the question, and found that the need for, the" road is greater than the> had at first thought, but find that the) undertaken so much construction, that they will bo unable to undertake any more this season uo matter how great may ap- peai to be the need However, there Is thc hope left that there will, be some change in the construction plans of the lompmv during the season and In that case theie is ihe assur- ance of Mr. Whyte that the road will be undertaken. Even if the company findsJt im- possible to -begin construction from the. Lethbridge end this ;8tmimer, tlui pressure that has to hear upon them should bear results jear .ind work will no doubt be started early in the spring. .However, if there is any possible chance of in- ducing the comnam to begin construe tion this >ear, ihe Board of Trade will do everything in their power to get them to do so, as the repoifs of crop 'conditions from the country east of'the city are wonderful ami a very heavy crop will be harvest cd which It will be almost impossible to market- until a railway traverses that district. to'tlie camp, aiid'slarted the plough ing outfit ilardh had the rn.ichme got gum; again whin thu htard thc cues o the child, and looking back, sav, thai tht skid of the plough had run tr ,her foot; just helow ankle am mangled the leg, Di Hetk quickly sununonei and child but h.ni tlidt- it uas tor her to hi hiought to thc hospital, so the parents of tljn little ;girl came to the ciU on tht eight o'clock trim evening, and went, immedi ateU to the Gait, McN'dlh amputated the foot jiifet the .inkle Me docs AiL know Mlicthrr tlie leg have to lit amputated ihe Knee, as the leg was mangled, am is not certain wtietlici the little girl v, ill live or not Washington, D C, June tbe senate com ened tod a 3, Senator 'son of Minnesota, bidden be hind a massive bulwark of pa pet sur mounting his desk Mr Nelson ex plained that the screen was a protest against Canadian signed by Minnesota and Dakota farm era. He presented it later In tlie. day GOOD MEETING J ATCLARESHOLM Addressed by Hon. Frank Oliver on Saturday Night CIare8holm..June hundred and fifh people attended the meeting heip Saturday night which ud dressed by-Hon.. Frank Oliver Brownlee ,was chairman and T. W' Quajte also apokp hrlpflv The large audience-followed closely the interest- ing dnd clear addiesb sfcvn the "Minister of the Intenoi whose expo sition of the benefits of .tlie proposed reciprocity" agreement "was approved and applauded aa were also his an- swers to the criticisms of the oppon- ents of the pact no oppo sition whatever at the meeting which ipparently was unanimous in its sup- port of the reciprocity views express td ;by" Oliver and Mr. Qunyle CORONATION DAY COMMITTEE TQNIGHT Tlie committee in charge of the Coronation Day cele- bration Id requested to meet this evening at eight o'clock in the Board of Trade build- ing, -The .souvenir medals have arrfved and are a very fine piece of work, in the form of a brooch containing hflfldH of King George, and Mary on the face, and the words "Coronation Day, Lethbridge, June 22, 19U" on tbe reverse Bide. A PROMINENT MAN IS DEAD Prince Albert, June death occurred hcie jesteidn of I Lestork Reul, I) aged b1) The deceased came to Winnipeg in 1870 and had surveyed..large areas In For Rifle Shooting in a Competition in England London, .June Canadian ca- dets won tlie rifle shooting; match ttgninst the Austnilliins and the Church DrlgHde for .had been subscribed by Stock. Exchange members. Li, Kerr, of Hamilton, took firsi prix.e and Haserty wco Yesterday the cadets formed a1 guard ot" honor for Princess Lou fee'at .lhe Coronation church parade.' 'The Prin- cess shook hands 'with "Capt, Hill, commandant. On Coronal ton Day tlie corps will be posted'on Constitutional Hill. On the following day they--wiil take part in the royiri procession ami Friday evening the Canadian cadets ivill travel to Portsmouth where dur- ing the great naval review 'they will lie guests of Col Oujnne, in- spector of small amis in Canada. Crops in Some Diittictt Now Beginning to Suffer NEW LIBERAL CANDIDATE Cornwall, June F Gogo, barrister, of this received the Liberal nomination for. the "Com- mons, defeating Col. Robert present1 member. BRING COAL FROM PENNSYLVANIA Industries Around C a 1 gary Affected by the Coal (Special to the Henld) June 19 seriou s has the shortage of coil, uuued by. Crou's strike, BOW, become, that some-Alberta industries rare forced to import fuel fiora Pennsylvania In older to avoid a tie up of its entire plant the Canada .Cement Co of Is bringing in" 450il tons of coal 1he freight on this coal alone willl.cost the cohv pany in ihe neighborhood of The Calgary branch, of, the- Canada Cement Co. is .also.shor.t of -coal, though it does not need as much aa he Exshaw plant OQ account of the fact that it has electric power For :tg immediate needs com pany is m porting fit teen .hundred .tons ol Pennsylvania biLuminous. 'the reight on uhicli nil! amount to or per. ton. FOUR MILLION Bushel Crop is Porible From Towns on 1 ston Branch Riin site wiiittr whut, In Welllni; aad dittrtctfc Magmtb IndlMte In of tlie r.ct they Mt v received the that the other parti of the spring and an III rtftd Blupe. The winter wheat, to It "till IU color but the rooti -to the need of rain 14 At Spring Coulee condition! art is bad and Cardaton tut grain II not luffering there TUK district from Stlrllnf to Cirdatob ibd not receive an> of the real j showers of last week and a good pour is urgently required Should the rain come a 'crop of Mar million butheui i> certain to be vented ih the Raymond, Mafratb, Spring Coulee and Cardnton made up as follawa i Oardtton, including Wool- ford and Coehrane1- ranch 1 CoulM, ineludinf Magnth, including Brad- Raymond, Includlrj DROWNED AJ REGINA Wascana Lake ictim of the jfies Regma lune laimed its first season this Karl larsheck, a Hungarian aged 21, -wag drowned while suimraing east of Broad street bridge SIR DANIEL JSJAMED As Likely Successor to Lord Strathcona in England Ollmvii, June tho absence of lir Wilfrid Lanrier no, confirmation an Ije obtained here, of the 'report liat Sir Daniel AlcMHIan, Lieutenant lovernoor of will, succeed when a representative of the Winnipeg Oil Co. pleaded guilty to a charge of delivery of oil after (lark, contrary to the He was fined 925 and coats. A similar charge against tho'Centra! Garage waa re- inanded until friday Fine Mixed Farmiipa; Countryj, In the Cardaton district tie promise to bring a bl( yield, tbe rainfall up to tbe been tery light there This dlairiet" is rich and pnMperous It is quisllsa able K there Is a better mixed firaitii country m Alberta, especially "'flWB west to the Tae la rolling, then an BUMSiuas., small lakee, plenty of hay can ba rala- ed. and unusually good opportivttH, are offered (or stock ralslag. Tlie farmer who grows (rain, eat- tle, poultry, hogs horses, aid raises vegetables la practically oar-' tain of every year belna; a (at oaw.. jL crwmery hu been It of very few'soatt of Calgary, and It la doing a M( tail- ness ft will be a happy i day Southern Alberta haa more oi taaaw creameries and mixed fanntaf eral throughout tbe country.' tj A banker In one of the towns trflo. tary to Letbbridge told the HermM ,that the atouth's salvation (a- mixed fanning He encouraged it .by giving more liberal credit to the er who fid not rely solely oh he Instanced Mroral cases of where, farmers la a dUrtrtct without a grain crop latt able to money off on cause they had vegetables, hoaja poultrv and were able to market tfetp j through the winter and get prices One of the most fertile parta of Boa- them Alberta Is that on the A X. tat I line to Cardston The soil Is MM' producth c, and magnificent steads grain (an be seen In all MranUou. That there, are bad'fat-men, r..... ed throughout the country Is especially between Magrath and Ra- where there Is more mwtari to the acre than Is to be found In Alberta, we venture to say, weed Inspectors are busy but farmers not obev the and police court actions are likely to tal- low. One farmer Is ploughing up UM acres to get rid of this pest It hi t pit) to see such a fine country over- run with this weed (Continued on Page Five) IN ENGLAND London, June Can- adlan Boy Scouts reached, yesterday. They 4 camp at Rochampton House, -d. Barnes, the home of Captain 4 Grenfell, until July, 8. 4 ;