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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLIJ.MK VI. 16 PAGES. Letbbrldce. Alberta. SiiUirduy.Jline 21, liUS CENTS Number 16S. II LI UP OF E IN IE Everything is is Readiness, for the Southern Alberta Fair ovrr UOO head oMhe 301) buds ni poultry departineot. displays fcuiu' mure business firms, and I30tf feet ot mid- Smithrru' Alberta's HIg Exhi- bit km will open its gates to tbt pub- next Tuesday, Opening Day, for promises to he the best lau held in this pait ol Alberta. The preparation "been ths most complete aUrinpUd. Twcnlj Ihuuiand dollars haie Leeii placed at tl.c disposal ol tlie committee 'oi ensuring lively loaipotition. ia ticry evcDt'ar.d t Lc'lljbridge Inhibition board is aim- in j, ui attendance. Tlie desire is to break all records.. Last )car tie attendance over the mark, transportation to _ grounds was nor.o.too pood, and ;llic fair was al tin-e oi the year to-allmet tig.trovrds. The ord tor ohC day is IC.QtjO, ina-lc during, tbe Pry Fanning Congress last October. It is hardly lite this be- bcatfy fair, the tcii thousand mark be bucg.'ap lor shattering. Kiery. one ot the nine live stccV tarns ivBl be lillrd.on Tuesday niom- ing hefiin. The committee is beginning to wonder BOIL THE WATER To tba Piiblic: the storm of Tnurv day ovening a large amo'jat of surface ran down the coulee to the river bouom. SoiEie of It probably its is ay Jmo the clly vtU To be on ibo safo side, therefore. I aduse thai all should be boilc-d urerious to (cr a rois dajs. GEO. DBVEBER: Officer. Mr. ManJus RoaBlne, Fifth avenue South, picked three quarts of straft berries from his garden this morning. The first berries to fee jilcfced from the patch were sphered the first ol the week. The berries arc a large variety, and something of a novelty when picked In LcthLridgc in June. City Engineer of Ltlhbrldge, %vho C.P.H1I to put all'the "entries. Box blali.V for arc al u picniiuin. .Manager Jarfc tins morning an GpJroikinatc" 1'Iea of 1he Number oi entries ia the different classes. Thay eic: iOU- The entries, of. sSiwp" "and >uki'will fill" two bmiaings set apart lot "Iheir arcoiiimudatinn, _ for Ihe" first in of the f The maib-butidins, for Industrial Inhibits this jcar will bare GO booths, every nuc of is tiVcn already. On? ol the- features be-the exhibits iron) the various Dr. Duncan Says Altorado Dis- trict is Anxious for- Road lo Move Crop AnnoiiGccment o' tbe r. R. com- pany's {Dteciion of bujldlng the bridgVWeyburh line !o Foremost thia summer, it in operation lor the transportation of thts year's grain crop id the district'east of-'Stirling and has caused the home- stead of which AUorado Is the centre io change their criticism ol tbe C. P. H. Into for they now know thej vCltl be able io market their million-and one-ha if Irjsbel crop without thirty and seventy-five miles to the nearest clo iator on the Crow or Coutts branches For the crop of ihe district tributary to Foremost on The Lethbrldge-Wey Ihefe was'a rus! Calgary. June aiinounie- nenl vas_ inade today tbat C-algar> las secured the 1914 convenlioa the Brotberhood of men aad Engineers, entailing at tendance of five thousand 'doIe and isltors, TLe ention wll muct in Calgar> during the first week ff ILL IS A SI Mi WESTERN MANAGER OF C P DUTY AND MAY 'NOT R'ETURN June Hal general manager ol wesUrn" erf' -Is uot present (or the'evtfnt, tthich has therefore lion.'Duncan Marshall, minister of Rgricultyre, to he-in the city ,for ohV1 day-next1 week, i The government is rsciRrtfrtg' 'load ol Eor'-denjon- Btratidn inll-uot bo entered v-j Kline's midway vill'occupy. over J2DO'feet "of, frontage instead ot 900 feet as advertised. Isle's o! Ihe Herbert A. Kline Shows was In the city j'rslerday making ar- rangements.-He "went east to SwiEt Current Inst night to meat the train, consists of 26 cars, 'fhc show uill anirc here sonic .time tomor- 10uv There Is no doubt whatever ot Its merit, as Kline's is generally con- tidued the besl class on the continent. t Tbo Citizens llapd.ias been en- discoutsa the mrecloT Kline has h'wn vvoik- ing hard -preparing programs tot and Thn Vand has made a reputation for .Itself dur- ing the'past two arid the fair can this year hoast ol the heal ma- ik-al attraction eier- H. It was not long before Al- torado began to ne frequently men- tioned in news 3ut it. wa's be- vond ihe fondest, hopes of, t'lic new AUoFftiia 'settle re thai they Fn' J9i_i -be tbe'.centre 'of, i pro- well on tVo milllori" bushels n "-Vl'" cf grain. .Dr. Duncan, or In the city' today, and be .Touches'., 'the InUiT of ithc estimate. Fjom district yesterday tfo go'horto on this nri'd' saV' jtisl what Rood iba rain 6f Thiind'a.y evening Everywhere the country had H deluge. More, than nn inch of rain Cell throughout the country over which he travelled; six- H'resitknl IJury's department "a ;ent- No successor has yet.been appptn cd to C.- n. Foster, general1 passen at Winnipeg? whoi-b'as-face Lpponite'd assistant 'passenger- traffi manager 'on eastern lines-jvUh-head quarters at .Montreal- ly-ltrc east of SUrlin'g. ,Tbe IN TOE MAN WHO WAS- BURNED TO DEATH IN SHACK NEAR PARVELLA- Brooks, June 2iJ U now trans- pires .that three thousand rfollais in bills burned in the fire -that claimed ol 2 homesteader named Henson near I'arvcUs, north 6J here, a'few It seems thp, man lurf the cash in his pockets, Intending to place -tlie monty in haTilc at Oyen. An sotna time alter (Tie fatality sttonreil Ihit Ihp bnrnerf. Tbo, victim's widow is noR" in CanaHfl, having ar- rived A day or iiltcr the fatality 'Fatality at Sutherland The first latalitv at_ colony "tTie" iJcatTi i of Davii a ncvcomec trom Kngluiid who waa run by a packer. Hi1 horses ran when the lon'gu broke, and the man un drt (fie macninp. He was filty years .of age He leaves a small family. The Balkans War and Money Favors a Can-, adian Navy MR. GRANT HALL. GENERAL MANAGER C. P. R. LINES WHO is SERIOUSLY ILL. WESTERN CUSTOMS AUTHORITIES .GOT I' 'AFTER CATTLE .MEN the Stock Because theyendeavored to bring in of Mexican' Jonghorns" and customs undervaluing ibe D- Jett Co, of Teher, and HIM, another rancher of 1 PROMOTIONS AT- MACLEOD L, Marti arrived from Calgary tonight to iak charge of the Anight work ID the Joca C." P. H. ticker-office.' He' will 1 sue ceed Mr. Cullen, goes to the dls pitcher's office here. WELL-KNOWN MAN GONE New York, June Edward Cram oops were never in belter condition Frequent ahcmers during tbe month bad advanced Iheui steadily, Thursday's rain practically assures rop. similar conditions unti' arrest, tbo crop will be'a'bumper ne, and be a nearer'ea mate. "Dr." Duncan cannot sec what-excuse be C. P. H. tan havejtor not'operat tbo line as far oast 'as his year, and they vrll [ve up to ihelr promise. a adlus of ten miles north miles ioulheaat ol Foremost, there are orty townships fully settled. On heee there are at least two .thousand armers. The .population of the dle- rict Is1 estimated at, )s modestly conBervalhe. -Etgbty hoitsand acres are under cultivation. U twenty bushels lo acre, the ei- imaled crop is seen to be pr Dunran, tberefore, quite rightly :blnka the Altorado district can lupply the (J. P. R- with some traffic If operations to Fore ma at fire opened this year. Farmers would haul their ;rain lo culling off from Inertly, to forty miles of now r.ecesaary (o market a IV. Duncaa la boosting the big -July 1.celebration The com. mltlee In chirge say there will be ov- cr two thousand people present, GRANTi, MASTER BLAIR OF MAS- ONIC AT ORDER OFFICIATED IMPOSING FUNC- TION Drasay Warner, and eiery. por- tion of the district' will he represent- A. rWhanan, M.P., and-F. S. r.rc billed. 23 the leading FIRE IN NAPLES' ARSENAL Naples, June which broke in the arsenal early today did damage estimated al llOO.OOf. 'iroors Trom the garrison and sailora from warshlpA.In the harbor assisted the firemen in quenthlng ths Barnes which threatened at one time (o sweep the floial palace. tie fire An emergent comrauniration of Grand Lodge "of AlberU, A K. X was held in Burgmao's Hall. Thir- teenth alreet North, last evening, for tbe purpose of cooBtituiing and conse- crating Charity the G.M. S. J. Blair, .of Cnlgarj-, assisted by I.P.G.M. Robert Mac and P.O.M. Thoa. JicXabb. ;W, Bro. A. Taylor acted as'Grand Junior'Warden: W. Bro. J, Jones Srand Chaplain; Uro. E-. Oilanc as Qranrl V.W. Bro, K" Dootey as Grand Director of Ceremon ies. find Bro; J. as Grand Organist. A largft rlumber.of visiting brethren from other lodges ivere asfliated. After tbe conMcratlng eere- rnonies were concluded, tbe ,AY.M, o the lodge wns Installed, and his offl ce'rs invested, as follows: M.. Dr. Thompson; I.P.M., Bro. A. Williamson; 5.W.. J. Oilmore Hart; Treaeurer, Bro. Oef 0, T. Williams; J.D., Gcqrgp Farrcns Chaplain, W.Bro. LUtc; T.G.; A. C LaWe; Tyler, S. S.S., J. Morne J.S, A. C, D.C. Thoma, After tne ceremony ice-cream an trawbfories ivcre served nnd th time spent In speeches and social in tercourse.1 hnea in llie neiEh'bDrhood of ?1500 by the Custom's department. ,uiqney was paid forthwith, anrl whicb" had 'been ending R gelilcment, were allowed to eoiain in the of ihe ovrn- The cattle were shipped across the ne at Coutts a couple of weeks ago, long with several thousand head be- ng brought ID by Wallace and Ross. bey nere allowed to pass inspection the paiiors submitted hy Hie own; to the department. However, it ppenred that the valuation was con- iderably ICES than per head, rvhtch is the valuptton placed ujjon hem by the nnd Special Of-, leer. G Jl. Hughes, oT.OttaVa, wasi ailed in to inrcatigate. He ordered the contracts under scenes larked the summer graduation cerc- aony at Glasgow UnlverElty yester- ay. Principal Sir Donald .MacAliE-, er, presided, accompanied y Lord Proiost Stevenson, nhosc re-" cnt towards JjOrd llobcrta' ampaign, has causing some feel-' ng amotig (be students. Whea-the Ivis chief appeared he was greeted ilh stentorian cries of "Put out the Lord r profeisor'a left the plat- omi and mixed among the under- graduates lo restore order, but "the students armed themselves with selt- zer water syphons, and easily 'succeed- ed In routing ihe professors The capping ceremony -was carried out practically in dumb show. Montreal, June te tfgbt. ia liiEland as elsewhere, H will remain so until the Balkan trois-- Is cleaned up. It It' hard to say will happen la near Bast, but tf tha jreat Povrera rt-' main In accord, thgy sufficient lo tw e amicable said Sir r ft'm. ca hU return -to Can. atfa night, tour of Great Britain. "Trade conditions are, added, "and condltlcraE in general split "some financial atrlagencj -v Sir WiUIacn said that fir Ca- WSF concerned. was a i fuilte sentiment in England that of the fit EDS had been fasi. and tbat. for a time at least, tlio flow of Eiuztleb' capital would less lie considered tbit tin action of the Liberal party mat-, ter of the Navy Bill would not litre, a.s. some thought, very much LIGHTNING AND WIND PLAYED MANY PRANKS SOME THEM SERIOUS New-Vorlf, Jwie elec- trical al-tprnpanjei 1. f_J -v n-inite' outlying'sections. Trees, etc blown down, plale glass windows "Einashcd, suburban telograpb and" telephony .1 INVADE PRECINCTS OF ROYAL ENCLOSURE AND GET AWAY WITH THE GOODS whkh the cattle were bought1 irod'uced, and it then lound-tbat a considerable undervaluation had on Ihe'shlpmenl In Ibo iaper6 handed the department at-tbo ;6rt of entry. The caitle were Imme- llately. 'seized, an'd realltution aaked. 'The whole matter finally set- ;led jeslerfiay, Jell and .Hill iaying Ihe amount asked tor by .the department, nblcV amounted really to about double Wad 'the 'department wished, it could have seized aod kept tnc wnole.proceeda.v calllemen would bad-no" recov- ery. Special OHicer Hughes been In Southern Alberta for-about a working on the case, London, Juce Mrs. OIHe Wll- gram; nlfe of King George's equerry, lost a dlamor.d she missed when she uas In frost of he box'at tlie very idst ot a cluslcr of high court furic- onaries There havn been numerous, other complaints present Ascot meet- of of aluables'. ithe most elect as" well as" the buffet ol he '.Royal enclosure nol t SYLVIA'4 TALK Louddn, June a speech lev nlghf-at Llmehonse', an. eastern quar- ler-of London, SyUia PanVhunt advo- caUd an Army of rcomen, armed cticks and Atones, marchlDK frotn" the easl end lo lo demand the ij.Lu.ut uj lurnetl and others iu- Jetser suburbs were bit hy bolls' and- burned.1 la Xewark- a factocjr'ioof-Vas blown oil- As the; storm was at its height the steamer Franco was entering quar- antine from Havre. A bolt of light- ning struck the vessel, shot the foremast ar.ri knocked down a hall dozen sailors standing nearby. Thpy werc stunned but may revive. Ijightning struck a -Jersey -City trolley car, throwing 25 pas_sengecs into a panic, during which four wb in were, trampled on" and injured. The car took fire, the forward sec- tion 'of !it destroyed and' thtr. illanihard's action.'To ihe.Hfialil he said today lhat hi the posi- tion'the city was In, .and did not lo remain here drawing a' salary ar.d tiding liltle or no ivoik; was pcrfcctl) sitisfied to unficr" the 'tonditions. -i So far he has not formulated any the fultirft.. He will go .to Victoria for a holiday, this'summer after he'may go to Europe lor a lew. months' to gain practical knowledge m soinejol. Ihe'bjg fiUra' lion and sewage' disposal oi the continent.. This would him lof a' on return to Canada. Here TUO-.YMIS j JU.'BJanchatd arilicd in thf city (hi asked reorganized the department, sinnd car- ried 'out a program for'over half ft million dollars' expenditure, Indud- ng the paving, .sewage-disposaTaad larks' 'systems. He .has dons'eicel- ent tvork fir fJuric't' his regime, L'ethbridge canie closer to theoagl-.. leerinp'contrac-ls than ever bel.orc. 'Mr.1 Blanebarrl leavet Lethbriigt with .two large contracts unfinished plant and the.'-.hish pressure for these afe x preiiared iioiild heen pro- ceeded nith had It not fieen lor the financial strinjeiic'y. The ,6ut- lonk at prV'tnt, however, is bright tor an early commencement of thu'wwk, snd Mr.'Bianchafd's' vices will not abjolulcly necessary. ,u_Vi It is' utideTSlrxjd that. Harvey'and AdSm'WllI olhcr iimtijf mcn ls are- made. ;