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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tie Lethbridge Daily Herald Vol. IV. Alta.. Number 163. A SFpID CROP AERTAINHNOW This Weelf ains Put Grains NEVEtTTER The MoisfFell at the Most portune WERE MARRIED IN CALIFORNIA Intimation of the marriage of Rev. J. S. Chivers, former- ly of this city, and Mrs. .Geo. Ilogers, also formerly of Leth- 'hridge, in a city in California, has reached the city. ..Mr. Chivers .recently obtained a divorce at Reno, Nevada, from his wife, who is now a resident oi' Victoria, B. C. From'Gvery.fthrouj.'hout South, ern Albcita cncouiaging re liorts of conditions yet received haveP to hand, and the al! is better at tlic at Jjerlod spring or summer. This wave Ttimism is not un- founded, on tho actual fllrjd by practical men who' in Isijjon to know, and who'h'av'e stake that their it tend toward opti- ipecls were such as CHILLY opinion w Jnlsjii unj'i to callit f( Rain, an the order .more rain, has been with the weath- er man; ncal rain of a few min- utes' iliiratjbul seiieral downpours v.'hich lltejsoak the ground. Ev- ery part J'e .district' has had its share, anifecially; is this the case tlfrorthorn limits where lJn several good falls dur On night'sev" fng tih e w f difltrjwere visited by showers. 1 hen sgw'n Ttiesdaj rain was re- porledfrjall dver the district. On rain fell genejallj -from norp, south of'.tbedietrict; Oh rj hii.-jdafenltig a small' cloudburst was reid from the- vicinity oS Warner.tiis rain was very.-.geQeral from to the boundary, and will do (food, for, without a doubt si of the winter .wheat was o suf for, although, spring crops in- the beat condition; pos sible. Ith rain again on .Friday, there all B to be only one. objection fffirmer could raise, and that is the r that, there may be too much moistul ..T'hiB is not at all probable, Hpafe to assume that with tho beginiJ of July, the rains will cease extent, "and .the best of HI ensue. for the last stage wing period and the harvest. ich a- quantity of moisture, estige of doubt has been wip- Winter wheat which was begin jg to show Uie severe effects of tbliot spell. some time ago, haa fully and; though It may be wejlater in reaching the heading will, doubt, make an average yield. It will ibe akre ..field which will not aver- Rge Ire than twpntj five bushels to the Ire, and, -in many cases, farm- era fc confident that t.'.iey will reap net than forty. Heading will be genal during the week, and the pre vnlcte of 'moisture while the wheat Is .well 'for Uic of grain which'may be expect- ar msiiop; with rain at is the best possible hind 'owing wither ['or grain of any. and In this regard South berta .has been particularly for tuij pi-ing "wheflt never before., in the of the country has shown such Jnificent growth. Fields, which with were eight inches in height two i ago, are reported to be ahteen s in height at-the time of writing. j thought of any damage from hot ither has been' entertained in to the croo, and a large ylelci is aBKiire'd. s Or the other grains, flax has made npiireciable progreiw dunng the ueclt Without a doubt some field? grown four or inches In that time, and tho prospects are in keep- Jnn with Indl statement The BcreaKe has been more than doubled durlnp the year, and Soutbern Alberta .will market more of this valuable than over bofore. From reports next will see the flax acreage doubled. -AithoiiRh oats are not grown to a brge extenLas tho other a-jring crops' In the district, there will he u, large yield this year, and the mntcR hnve ,bocn placed at a higli fls'iire. The growth of this crop la in'kceuins >wHh that of the othonj rtl- read> reported CONFESSION IMPLICATES MAYOR Case Begins to Look Dark for Minnesota -Man Minn., June- no less an authority that Supt. Fielding, the St. Paul Plnkerton man who. has had charge of the Dumas case, "Mike" Davis, the robber .who escaped during the m'dnight battle at Puposky one week ago has been found and He will be under arrest within 48 hourc And on top of this comes the news that Billy Rehan, -the wounded robber in. Jail there, has completed a confession of several typewritten pages, whlcli he signed in the county Jail in the) piesence of witnesses late this even ing and in -which he makes a clean breist of thing implicating, say the olBcers, Dr Dumas, not only with the Pupoekj robbery but other transactions of evenJ'a more..serious character. This confession is being.- guarded and will not be given out until after tlie arrest of Davis. working on information furnished by unnamed .persons 'are busy at Regana iniestigating persons said to be closolv connected the Dumat> organi7tttion The Minnesota, file marshalls offices and Plnkertori detectHes have lines In Vortll Dakota paities up In Winnipeg and idjoming Canadian cities and a new crisis in the case Is fast.approaching.' Certain other developments-, are under waj which promise to keep Merest In the whole affair at fever heat tor several days to come Reception for Conserva- tive Member Goodeve at Cranbrook (Special to Uic 11. C., .Mine 23. The first real frost that has been felt in this district for some time full last nlglit on the meeting held here when A. S. Goodeve, M.I', ior the Koot- euay, undertook to uphold the Con un itne policy regarding recijirocitv Nut more than one hundred and twcn ty-five people were scattered around in the auditorium which has a capac- ity oi. over eight and even these few did not remain to hear, the meeting out, urany leaving while 'the speaking was going on. Although Mr. doodoie is a good spcaUi and could stir his audience it. there was any Ejnipatln with what he said, there was no indication of im of his remarks, much less anv enthusiasm'.' It'was very evident that the great majority o! those present were favorable to reciprocity and opposed to the. policy advocated bv Mr. Goodeve party. Sir. Goodeve tried without avail to at- tack the pact from.the fruit growers' standpoint, and waved the (lag to .stir his audience'to save the fiom .innc-nlion and ruination Al- though it was a Conservative meet- ing, no attempt was made to pass anv resolution condemning .the.'rcpi- procitj agreement, it being certxm that an) sudi resolution been voted down by those present. The meeting was indicatne oi the general feeling that pruails in the Kooluiavs regarding rccipiocity CASES IN COURT AT MACLEOP (Special to the Herald) Macleod, lime 23 Moran and T Rilev, wko landed In "town'.from' Leth- bridge this week after thej had met Chief of Police GiUespier were arrest- ed b> Chief Lawson and sentenced as follows Moran was fined with costs as being a common while Mr Rilej will remain in Macleod for ID dnvs as a guest of the police Alex Hunckiih was last night arreited hero ing come from Pernie, and was returned to that clU as he is wanted by the police there for having stolen a watch and ,SERVEO THEM RIGHT Winnipeg, Man, Tune 23 Magistrate Mc'Uicken today fined the Northern Elevator.Co. and costs for sending a ton of screenings con taining French weed, wild oats and" buckwheat to Warren, .Man, for us feed. IDAHO OUTLAW HAS ESCAPED Pocalello, Idaho, -June That Hugh Whitney, ho outlaw, is Mfe in the wilds of the Caribou. ..mountains, near the Idaho-Wyoming line, IB the report received liite tor tiny from jiOBbes which have abandoned the clinse In tho Willow Creeh country. He nortilioast from the Grey's1 Lake region, and IP now (n the heart of one of the wildest pieces of conn- try In Idaho, SUB-DIVISION SOLD Big Deal Likely Has G.T.P. Activities in View One'of the biggest real estate deals which; has 'been transacted .in' Leth- bridge during the year was brought to completion yesterday when sident of the International Securities Co. of Winnipeg bought -from p.; J. Whitney, -for the the subdivisions in the south-east of .the city, as Gland View and Tux edo Park This property adjoins Mr Whitney's farm and will eventually be. one of the districts in the whole city In the Herald this morning Air Whitney stated that .of the 143 acres sold .In: .this deal; twenty acres were bought.by him orig- mallj Tor five dollars an acre, and the remainder at'teii dollars an. acre. -In the whole transaction he Has cleared With %erj good niospeels of au early settlenient of the strike, and the best prospects for a bumper crop, real estate is -beginning to move brisk- once more, i great deal of pro porty IB changing hands. Mr. .Whit- ney says that he was offered for 90 acres of his farm some time ago and refused the offer. The company which haa secured the subdivisions named will put them on the'mariGt in Winnipeg.- It is the company which has handed most of the G.-T. P. townsites includ- ing.Biggnr aiid Watrans. The .purchase confirms the report that the G. T. P. would come into the cit; from the south the C P. H. right of way BUSINESS AT MEDICINE MAT .Milne Co. have sold out 1 heir inter- ests in their businoas on Toronto St. to LePage Bros., of Hanid City, Man., who will conduct the store in the fut- ure. Messrs. LePage have disposed ,of their store in Rapid City and will take possession of their .new business in this city on July 1st, The present D. Milne 'Co. business was commenced in ISOf as the Medi- cine Hat Trading Co., with D. Milne president, and D. Lome McCJilApn, art innnnger. Mr. McGiblwn aging director of the Canada-YRilbbcr HON. UK. DALY A Prominent Public Man Receives a Sudden Call IN POLITICS He Was at One Time Minister of the Interior Winnipeg, June T. Mayne police jnagli- trite, dead of heart failure eaily this morn- ing He took couit as usual jesterday if which" state .he lias not recovered this morning, T-Ie but- side hitching up a-home whep ,Ue wan itruek. -He ;is1 not marked in any way. The mill-fell-.'In .torrents and lusted for several hours, the total pi tatfon for the Rtorni being about two inches. Some Ceremony Every Day for Month', ROYAL THEATRE Play Will be a Brilliant I V Function-investiture of Prince of Wales London, June JrapresolvoV ceremonies of Coronation ,Day, havo UEhered in a series of Coronation ents of almost dally occurrence, for the month up to about July H. Beginning with the naval review at SpUhead Coronation re- ceptions and festivities keep Old King and Queen moving throughout the kingdom The Royal tialt to land from Tuly 7 to 12, inTMtltnn of the Prince of Wales at Carnarvon _.. lulj 13, and the visit tta Scotland, from July 17 to 11, are of the principal etents f, The programme of tbeee Ttrlona Rojal functions, beginning with the naval review today are M follows: June review at The King and Qaeen spend the nlfhi on the royal yaeht J- t June Majesties retnrm.to London and attend the gala perfonn- ance at the Covent Garden opera. June garden tt Buckingham Palace, followed gain peitormance at His Majtaty's Theatre. i -Jjne royal guests depart. Tfci'King visits Show at Norwich j Jtine visit to the Lou4ou servlja'atjgji. Paul's Cathedral, followed! at'the OulidhaH Return i to- the Palace through the North-toadon boroughs 't t fete to Lea- don school children at Crystal Palace The King and Queen be present at a dinner given by prime Minister and Mrs Anqulth Corona- tion medals will be presented to Colonial and Indian troops who partaken In the ceremony. i_Their Majeetlee tei; Windsor, alighting at ceeding by road to the castle July and vtsit< to' Ira- land Arrival at Kingston akout tho Victoria and Albert Lauding, reception by the Lord Urne to DiAIin BoyiJ College of Science VlsH to Phoenii Park; races Dinner at tho July at 8t PatrteW Cathedral Visit te Artane Induatrh.1 School Inspection of penslonon and girls at Drummond Institute t July Majesty reeetvw ad- dresses at the Castle, and holds a The Queen receives an ad- dress from the womn of Ireland and utits Coombe Hospital Vlatl to Leopardstonn race course State banquet at tbe castle His Majesty afterwards holds a chapter of tbe Order of St Patrick Tuly King Inspects the Roy- al Irish Constabulary at tbe gal Lodge and attends a review of the Hoops and the presentation of colon in Phoenix Park Garden at the Castle in the evening Inly Majesties leav, Dnb-' Im Embark at Kingston on tbe Vic- toria and Albert. Ceremony In Welee July of the Prince of Wales at Carnarvon. Juh Kmi opens the new University College at' Baogor. July King UM the founda- tion stone of tbe Welsh National Li- brary at Aberystwlth July visit to Edinburgh. The King and Queen and the Prince of Waiee-with Princess Mary arrive at the Caledonian Railway station In Princess street at 6 p m where the Duke of Connaught awaits their ar- rival. Jnh of, the KHf-s bodyguard for Scotland (tbe Royal Company of Archers) and presenta- tion of colors by his Majesty at 10.30 a.m. to 'be followed by the presenta- tion of "Reddendo" and pre- sentation of addressee by various bodies. A levee will be-held at nooa The Queen visits the women's tod children's hospital at Brnntstleld Tbe King in the afternoon paji a visit to Fdlnbnrgb Castle and to the Ho; al Scottlfh Academy 00 -o "i ;