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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRTDGB DA Freight Xtr ut notmt OM votm Fttfay, 2S, 1911. HAS HARD CASES Citizen Charged with theft of Water from the City Holier: Ball found him- self upot to judgment on 'jj'gnatures tt be nuns (MS JJONG Seeking hourly Construc- tion of Wcybum Line- B. of T. Council Another petition fort; farmers in another district to be tra- versed by the Lethbridge-Weyburn line, representlni; a crop .acreage o! was presented w> the council at Board o( Trade at their regular monthly, rrflotinij today by r. B. Mason. :who hart got the Farmer Drives From Sotrti of Bow Island to Lethbridge Fine Report MINES OPERATIVE AT END OF YEAR vtrr cases at police the other to the C P R court'tlits morning, when the eases Busint-ssmrn's Protective Asso- Aihnun against a niVcd the Hoard if the) were tor mended assault and against A doing injllung regarding the CPK FfeqUCnt Showers Have Hutton, lor theft of water from the caishops The Board will let the citv uers up lor hearing j Association .knqw what :thejf arc do- case was a particularly ling in the matter, jharri case to pass judgment upon jotter signed tn several msicbers the preliminary hearing on the'of the Woman's Civic .Club executive That the Prediction of Mr, Fergie Regarding Lethbndge Collieries o( from pdotB tove'vlftlted the city during ttw Iwt and among tbsm vras of Montreal, with 0. t! Admma and leaac CocKbarn nf Mr. Fergie is general manager e" the Lethbridge at .Klpp and .associated companies of charge and the magistrate found that repd which stated that put Giam in Good Shape If any one has any doubts concern ing the croo along the route to be fol the evidence lubmltted TVHS strong to the board withdrawing their b} tfte to warrant his committing port -so valorously offered, they felt i jlne and !f tue c_Pt R. to ge that they could do nothing else but "j definite information regarding the It aeenu'from'the evidence that on; if sign their offices The council will, necessity building that road at once Mar 18'.tit two of Mutton's boys write the Indies expressing., regret they should talk to A. Hoer, who lives in 6-10. thirty miles south of Island between Chin and Klpp cou- lees. Mr. Hoer arrived, in Mio city the board for. the" 'names of some j tnfs morning having driven the entire builders who' would be likely! to use distance from hU farm into the city, a the thf accimed for trial borioned a pail of water from their that this step has. been deemed neccs Mr. Andertou, and it was j on this specific oftse that the charge was laid. The history of the datcu, back to August, 1S06, when the'water'connection with Mr. Hut- ton's house was shut off on account oi is understood, to pay the Julv quarter's water Pmclier Creek quart} firm asked their stone. names of all the builders in the city E. H- Beeston, secretary of. the Nelson Board'of'Trade, wrote enclos course open and this case will come :up iu the next District Court session. flhf other ease of -Vshman against a Jap of unpronounceable name, was also a interesting affair, consid- ered from the standpoint of the C P R: On-Wednesday1 the. foreman of a Japanese extra gang on the C P R gqt: prders froni the- superintendent asking him to move the Japs out of the boarding cars, as they were want- ed by' for white labor- Trial by jury began to supersede ers The reason for this mou was other modes of prowcution late in tht that The laps had refused to go to iution- passed bv the Associated Board, of Trade in convention here last week pas lenti ments of the local Board. The entertainment committee re ported that the entertainment of the Associated -Board of; Trade cost be- tween and 1300 The finance committee reported S140S on In the absence of the chairman of the the conv misbioner John T Hall said that he was getting down to work and would A wefkij report for the council, hereafter. nas mane as to the delaj in firing up Gait Park, hut the ex jianatipn given.-by .the city council nas given and accepted as satisfac- tory F. distance of eighty-eight miles, along the route followed by the Letlrbrldge Weyburn line survey, He says that the farmers in his lo; calitj-, that is in li-10 and'6-11 are wall satisfied with al! They have had rains every day this, week, those of last Monday and Wednesday 'being very heavy. Coming through 6-12 and 6-13, south -of Taber, Mr, Hoer says that there has b'een lots of rain r.nd the ground is well soaked. Hi fact all along the trail i fi_om his tarm .the coimtrj has had pTentVof rain The crops are all looking fine, "Get next W.; Downer spoke of' the acquainted" trip !o Sundial Tuesdat He said he had alreadj promises to jo and 13 autos He sug gested that whose 'Aho want, to go should lei him know as soon as pos- sible. Messrs Downer, .Gow, 3lton iitd Convbeare were appointee a. special committee to look after the new spapermen who are com ug with the Borden part) They will be given an auto trip Those 'present were: ;Messrs, Ha ten Cunninghim Downer, Taj lor -.onyheare, Taylor, Skeith, Ha H and Man waring. work and had been lying idle for a week, but still making use ot the cars As they would not go to work the company wanted them moved out Foreman Cameron told them to do so on Wednesday noon, and said they would have to be out by four o'clock U four o'clock he and Inspector Ashman had gone down, but no move had been made, and the Japs refused to make any statement of their in- tentions Whereupon the two officials had proceeded to move them out, bag anil This angered the laps and a small not enmed during which the particular. Jap in the cue, much earaged, grabbed a'spanner, an iron Alfred E Davis, Gome, Out, wrench about two feet lonj, md 'r-or some veirs I Buffered j started after Ashman f6r what Mr writes to pick up tnythmg felt M il my back i him out pulled a gun on iho must break J advuwd to try Jap ud rmrsron took the spanner kidney P.llj, and Ukinj j. then out oiot two boxes I entirely and fail i K-t 1( tint I cannot ipealc too hijhJy ir. thiiii'ne'nfairle m North Lethbridije V lavor call wnt in to the WM neirly four yean afo and I j police itation for assistance, and itill remnm cureJ j Fgnn went OMt of thc who have never bem troubled Alter charnpionahip sprint the ..'op with UJnty trouble do not know I lt ....-._ overhaujed and taken to thosla- tion Thf decided llifs irjotning that the laps nerc in poiKRilon of the oArftiind should have ejected in a' legal manner On thene grounds tie dismissed the cane The C P R authorities intinnf- to the Herald thai the) would ap- peal against this, decision, inci m- tereit'lng Ilkfl) en- sue. uffwing and mistry wbuh thow Weak, or achUifi.back' enmai from Ui- Udneyl, Md whtil kldneya areoun UMwhoJtiyitefabccomta' deranged Dnan'j Kl'lner Pillc mn ipfeifto fW all kidney troubla They help the kidngyi to flunk off acrid and pouonoils impuntiea wht h ve collected, thus cleaning mit thf tfidneya, bladder and unnary pawagvi Pnr. 50c per box or I for 11.23, at afl or rnajled dinet on ivntpt ol gn-c by Tke T. Milbnrn Co, Toronto Oil. tofan in England out 1500, the reign of Kichar'd I, 4. fourteenth .centurj- FOR SALE Team of horeei, height about Ibs. each. Used to single and double harnees. Will cheap to cash buyer. Apply L KEEL OU.IK CLOCK peciallj the soring wheat The ether crops are oats and flax, fchere rlteing practically no winter wheit aawn. .Tie area under year ,'u :n: ten what wa5 last year In his own neigb'borhood, Jai Johneon who had-430 this vear, John "Sftrwart had 24 laet and has 86 Pat Xeann tad 20 this jetr hai acres Ann 10 itifs all along the line Lots of .farmers ;wtw had- nothing at all in last year large-acre- ages.thle year. Prairie Soaked Ploughing.was, at a elindatill for a while it hie been reeumedriJ. The .rains r, have been such that the prairie is-, soaked H that.-farmen can plough :teur in- 3feoc deep and everybody is buaj at it..-The1, farmerB consider that .if the -ains have soaked the hard prairie ;hls there must be enough ture in the ploughed ground to cam the grain througn to Every thing points to a big harvest the farmers will do with, their harvest it." said Mr.'Hoer, "if the.railway IB not 'built They, can hold..their fta but-the wheat arid" oats "will have to be marketed It will be a hardship for them'to haulsd'much grain'thirty miles and across the. coulee to Bow Grassy Lake and Taber There will be a big shout go'iipifor the Lethbridge-Weyburn line .this fall if the company does not start to build Mr. Hoer.says that lie has a patch of potatoes on. spring breaking that ire nine or ten: inches high and com ing out in flower Thp fiat in the country is growing and Cftnn era'in the country; are looking big crop of it In fact ever) thing is growing fine and indications me that a nig crop will be harvested. 'Coming to the city Mr Hoer says was sur prised to find some ,of the' people iere nenous regarding the outcome Down his way the-crop is as certain M anything can be. Bis Settlement Speaking of the in this district, Mr. Hoer; Faid that a few ago there was a meeting at Air lUlliyan s farm in BIO which MBS at tended. by ;250. farmers to organize a local of the United Al- berta. ..Mr. Henry, .'who lives south of Bow Island, was the chief speaker and the organization was completed with Mr. McKenzie as -.secretary. It is lown as the AJtorado local.- fa the afternoon baseball-matches and other iports were enjoyed. There is to be another big gather- ing on .Tune 30 at-the new school in 6-11 when there will be a .picnic, races, concert A post office will be established on Mr Hoers half section, which is th" half i of the .name of which has not choatn Nearly a Mr. Hoer told ulso of what might, have been a serious 'i-'t Mr Dem peter a ,u t1 was being asulsted b> Caswell, who wait (.riving norae that lifted tbe