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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, June Alberta. MUFF CLUBGREH1EST IM1LL CRAZY EX-TEACHER SHOT TEN PUPILS AND TEACHERS- SEVEN FATALLY school leather and two children were shot dead. another teacher and three other children less sfrlouslv hurt to Kansai City. June tlrst cars of new wheat came- into Kansn City, one from Kntd. Okla., aud cold at auction at S5 cenll a bushel. The whrat graded Xo, 1 bard, All Southern Albeila Was Fa- vored With a Thorough Crop Booster "Kicept the stand, as 'N'eier It stood, III blows the wind that Turns none to good." the townspeople -were, taking nock 'of the damage by las Eight's tcmiiesl, farmers taroM Ibe country are rejoicing over deluge, of water wl.ich came with th wind- Never before the coon lr; nt largo experienced such a ;jr- ioiis onslaught of both find and rain. The entire- came In for In share ot rain, and conditions sre far I In advance ot previous years. Owing lo the fad tbal stubble BOW- Ins showed a marked decrease this jear 1912, crops In general arc in much betler shape. At tho experimental farm, In-' thi-s ot water fell luside ar. hour, I while the total amounted to -'.SI. Farmers feel that the ra'c jj.u at tho right and I itic harvest may not be exceptionally early. >et BufllcleiH time Is available, 'thorough maturing before frost i lime Uiisl ol I.ellibrUUo the storm ex- tenilcd practically lo Medicine Hat. IU.TEfi Lake and Taber received some hall, lut uo damage to crops Is re- ported. At'Warner, where the previous rains did very l.lllle good, last storm lurneil the country Into a ver liable lake. "As. 'a.consequence .crops V.re almost assured; At Nci.- Dayton, the rain commenc en 'about last, aud listed bushel. 53 pounds to the The second car was ol good quality, grading .No. 2 red. and testing 59 poundi. It was re- celvtd from Tcakan, Okla., aud sold for SS cents. tax Against? Discriminating or day. by s former teacher of the- name ol Schmld.1. who. armed nitb six loid- d revolvers and carries many eJ- Ira cartridges, entered a Catholic school, and surtcil a among Ibe clats. TLe man who was apparent ly derr.entetl, overcome, and ar- rested by people attracted li> Ibe tir- ing. He would make no explanation ol his action. Councnes. RAPIDLY GROWING FAMILY Madrid. June Vic- toria of Spain gave birth lo a son tonlghl. This is Ihe sixth child born to Queen Victoria. King Alfonso and Victoria. Princess of BaUenb'urg were married on May 31, 1005. psolution in Reference to the Marconi Scandal Carried on Straight Parly Vote DAMAGE ESTIMATED AT OVE" -as a .sliroulU! Co growth. .-.Winter In this diBtrlcl'ls already .head-' cil an early liary'est Is ;ex- liectedi Sllrllnff lias hart the. lion's share ot ill fno rains' o[ the ]iast 'montri. and crop conditions could hardly be. 1m- f vroved. A sufficient" moisture has fallen there in the past'week .to in- tutc growth "until hanest. At ttaymond, the storm was accpm- va'nlcJ and from 54000 to 560CO damage Is reported, but GREAT-' iions were sub- rae tax 'ision. 'I he co lo London, June this House hearing the statement of the crural and Ihe Chancellor f the Exchequer In reference to heir purchase's of shares In the Mar- oni Company of America, accepts heir explanation of regret that suco. purchases were made, and that tbej lad not menlioued them in the .de- bale of October 11 last, and acquits hem of acting otherwise than In soo( 'altb, and reprobates- the -charges o corruption agaiost the ministers which have been proved- to be anso lutely tube." With this subEllliile motion, propos nd administrative nltted. Only the i as held back iillee-eipctts. Suaday Deplete that Vorfcjf Chairman Simmoafciridicattd he ex- pected opposition VB ,lhe caucus lo r.e sugar ai.d lot Le- ievcd those scheduiM would cot changed. The amiiidment permuting the president "to. i proclaim special rates when loreiglfiUtions discrimin- ate against the .-tnited Stales pro- vides that he shall-exercise this au- thority on certain particles, as lo.- lows "Fish, ticsh, smoked- and cntd, pickled or otherwise- prepared, oce cent per pound ten-.cents per bushel; heat Hour, to'itj'-Bve cents per bar- el. "Coffer three..cents per pound. "Tea- ten pound." Si. Petersburg. June Eighty women were burned lo- day by villagers enraged at the importation of cheap giri ers to work on a sugiT estate 't in the district of Pierlalln. in the province of Poltava. Soutli- ern Hussla, according lo the Kiev newspaper Liamtn. oscd, and'art.icltsiniade nhollj or n part ol lr Macleod, June storm liltle short of a cloudburst struck. Macieod Hu... about 0 o'clock last night and contln- "ed for over an hour during nhich >-co It is estimated that over one and one-half Inches of rain fell. As- ide from flooding a few cellars and water, no was done in Mac on earthen, leod. .The storm will have a very n was so fierce as it reall> jewelry and jrecib'js precious imitation for use. to 'was 'blown "against i mauy instances ences and killed About six cloufls began gathering around the southwestern the low'n. All afternoon to :he so'.ith. and'west it.had'-been rain ng. and that in about 620 the wind-began.- from tho southeast when.lt began, ,bu r turned from the south and the southwest. When-it stnick th business thp Tbcatre the firs) place.to'crasl The top storey was blown complete! the House of" Cornmons-'officlall'y-clp e'd the, Marconi affair. Too hcav guns ot-boih (he Prime. Ml liters-Mr: Aiu.ultb, and the Secretary r Forelpi Affairs. Sir Edward Grey, behalf of their colleagues under in- lisillon; and-A. J. Balfour'and. An-, rew Law for Ihe Conservatives trie rtKfen'ce and attack.-.. The proceedings were -Judldlil- and The aaetmbly mlcht have jeen mistaken tor a church on, p'rofound WES "the irougiio'ul the greater part of the 'dV The subdued light through the talne'd'glass windows "n solid walls of- nUct oalcd gentlemen, ''.upon heir beil behavior, and determined to Ive'up to'tbe highest tradilion'i ot tho There-were other bpeili" irs, 'and some sfclrmlslies that occu; pled the attention of Ihe House; bu.t uone'of the pyrotechnics-which Chan- cellor Lloyd-George and Lord Robert Cecil furnished yesterday. F.vcn'the members on the Irish in the-raaitifaetufe o! jewelry. in addition "the bottorrls, svrup rf'car.e con- centrated molasses tesling bv the polaris'cope'r.ot above se'venty-fite de.- per pdiad and: every additional the polaiiscope'tesl, an ad- d i Ho'nal oce-hur.d rciif h cent per ppund pa'molassei, two cents per Wearing on tho lagged edjw which have been developing on the nerves o! l.elbbridge business men during the past two ot three weeks, the deluge which visited this city last evening was Ihe most welcome break in wea- ther conditions in years, ar.d in spite ol minor damage caused by the wind accomuanung the storm, every mer- chant ar.d business man is smiling today the smile that won t come ou The storm was terrific in its in ten pity at times, "though few -realized Plunketl and The bouse is n the cointr of 7th Ave. ani 15th, 5t...S storm took the toot ompletcl) off the walls ol the house, blowing it ovtr as lar as the slreen car tracks on Ctli Ave., S. The dam-, age is unloiiunale for Mr. Kmney, aa he hafi huilt Ihe house only lait sum- Tarpaulins were four.d to coitc the building save the furnitute ex- :osed to tto storm, iir- and Mrs. Kinncy, babv and .little brother-in- law oi Mr. Kinnej were in Ihe ho.uso good cETccl on' the crop of this rict, which needed the rain badlj and enough rain fell last nigbt to last them some time. at the time, but damage, escaped housed without' for.. Ihe. vras However, 'the damage is into the background, told good it has dor.e to every sec tion oi the country. There "was nothing oi a cyclone bout the storm, _vt was In act a inibi'a'turfTclo'udburst; ynsrie, ol 25 minutes after Ibe-downpSur tarlcd, -He streetsvueie. a water. Over an inch-of rain Cell f.ACTOHIES IN At-L-HYDHO-ELEC- TRIG TOWNS WERE' DEPRIV- 1 ED OF POWER off, the bricks tailing on {he eldewil nd the roof Into the'street. Thi roof ot the carpenter shop ad olnlng the tutatre'on-the north.wi iroken .In, and all.'of the window >lown out. The Mercantile employees ear. th after the brfck westjh; jlow In and the window out that they could hnrdly slay in tho store. The wind was sleeping every thing out. The iar roofing was lorn off In places, so. that Ihe. rain 'which fell in torrents came through and did'con- derable damage lo Ihe. 'stock; Mr. Thompton's new bam, which bad Jint Seen completed, .vai'luined over and blown on to a'neighboring lot.' can be depended'npon-lo produce 'exoilemenl sstmed strangely dispassionate. None o! the old party skelt'.ons.were dragged from ibe clos- as.-had been threitcnto..-V-Bo'th sides, hesitated (o begin the mud throwing, partially perhaps because the newspapers had warned them tha the country, did not want such'n spec laclei partly because they were un certain which aide would the affray most spattered. The 'jpeeehes' of the Prime Minis lor and the Secretary for Foreign A fairs gave the impression tb advocales were nol enthusiastic.over their' 'cllcnti. llr. Balfour and Mr: Law had Ihe appearance of perform- ing a disagreeable daly. The'vole'of Sir Adkin's amendment.was ABSURD, THAT'S AUL 't tr F.dmonlon, June have no more lo than that it Is aljiurd." said Attorney-General C. W. Cross, today, In regard to the published rumor tbal he