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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta j VOUIMK VI. Lethbvidge, Alberta. XVedui'sdtiy. I CKXTS Number MAKES FINE EVENING A TTRACTION FOR THE CROWDS-TAKE JT_M IILLERS OF SOIL Congressman Nelson, of Wis- Says World Will Reap Its Greatest Harvest "Today the uorlJ is on, the eve o[ greatest hanest In it? h1Etorv, and, 1 viiil be etiiprised it 'Southern Allerta does not lead every O'ibp- counu; lu ot grain I'fr acre." lien J. M. mom'-Hr o! the United States from Wiscon- sin. ul'O jessed ttu- mu'inne, ts rfii'onslblo lor the above Mi Nelson is on a tour of Ihe Ijomiiiion, to t'ardston, to ,vitb his broiJur, .Nelson, of that l.eing the ironner dairy puue'of [lie Tfilo-i. Mr. .Srtson ur.illy kunly in earthy, .ind is prominent in the bin things it on fiiau-s for oiipOTiniiitlet. Con- limiit.g hit remarks io Ihe Hc-r.ild, he Faiil. "You "ill from Wisconsin ami olher sl.iU'c. as far pouiii :is Iowa. an immigration in the next few >tars iri.i; ulll be man Of course, uo on ilie other side dislike tnuth to FPP best farmers leaving us, but NC must accept the ineUtaljle, Ar.jotio knowing liift wonderful oyrmr- i'..nltU-> of this FIretch of virgin. cofs uf the same, uould bt foolish not to hi Wisconsin, tho farmers follow to a lirse extent, and that filu'ii me [lie idta that It be teasihlc to follow, if i.ot d.iirvhm, u least farming, iu this toun trv. The say thai they can- not set a fair piicc for Iht-ir grain Then, -.shy not feed It? The (drmei.i. lu Wisconsin maUe rnormo'is profith from feeding on land [hat Is valued twice this land is, so uhy uill It not pay? 1 am sure that wheat uould firing oicr a dolhr a fed lo lire-stock And Ihrre no; a banker or loar. company that Vlll not loan iiionej on atcjck when th'-rc ts iced nnd land liehiml it." f Mr. Nelson thinks the tariff on wcol r.ill he taken off nil right, anl that It whl greatly bur.cfit the- growers here. The prices, he'thinks, "will not tie materially weakened. Southern Alberta's Great Exhibition in Full Slarlcd in All Departments-Magnificent Array of Stock- Night Performance Well Attended-Grand Stand At- tractions Best Ever Presented Here Kline Shows Made a Big Hit al of the hustlers for the Southern Alberta Fair GEORGE M. HATCH One of trie Exhibition Directors, who counts as a progressive fcrce. farmers Finilc. '1 lit- JOLIJ in (he serins, tut at 3 wtTf; flt-out ihrpe ilio'js- ar.d ou the pnumds. and the KO- out wr re filled t" If the crowd tor.ishi. r.iin marred the- iusWe of the b'-lng heai.1-, :n fact. Jlofttif-r, .L Marl uuile. no dianre of carrying out jail ihu there wilt he a idoulile programme tomorrow. The J 10 pace WHS called at 2.40 o'- A live Director of SoulKern Alberta's 1 r'0cV. and ihc fust uas run in Grcol Exhibition J.lT5i, remarkably good time. con- thp conrll'.ions. Tbe Walter J. iLnomlF, 1 Star King 1 2 G, U'lLloinbp. Calparr) 3 Lakesitie................ I tl-'iie entries} In ilns pome exi-ltejient i j'.j-fl an acciitrut In tvhlcli lloua Hal ar.d 'iis drhtr, Scl Murray, lig- uieJ At the bick stiouli of the first half Kcan Hal nprarently tnircd ar.d uvnt Msirraj was Jrrktd out ot the ?nd thiov.n altout feel Voriunai'ily Lo hit IIIR horses in tf.c ihus lircahLiig tha Tall 11" rot pprtously him, and Awful Disaster Neat Ottawa Today-New Settlers Were the Victims Segregated Areas Supported and Condemned at Canadian Medical Association WILL INVESTIGATE LEA8E AND SALE OF PUBLIC DOMAIN BY I LAURIER GOVERNMENT Otlaisa, .June R. FcrgilEOn, XT, of Winnipeg, who Mas recently 'ippointcd commlfElonCT [o invoiti- the Itaae and falc ii> tte lite of pubiir: timber Units. .1 alerjiovs erf, mining anrt fishins ighlF. etc, has begun his tarting in Hie flepanmcntB at Ultaua le examino the ordtrs-in-conncll UK] jnjiero henritvp on U.G subject. ind lake the evidence cf the Phis in'jniry Mill take a lol of time nnd investigation al >laces other Iban Ottawa. [I Ottawa, .Tuna before ivvo o'clock this afternoon, the C. P. R. No. 5 Winnipeg express, westbound, as derailed at a jioint r.ear McKeilar townsite, eaEt of Britannia. Three coschosjw'ern while.'ilie'foiir ed down the hank into the river. Ten dead nave been found, while many others are There was a 1-irge- number of emi- grants on board the train, and the dead are confined lo thai class of pas- Eengcrs. urgent c.ill for medical assist- ance was at once despatched lo Otta- wa, uhllo residents In the immediate of the wreck made every ef- ort to succor the woimdtd. The accident is claimed to have boen caused either b> a defective or by a landslide. All the bodies recovered have been taken from Ihe coaches, which rolled nlo river. The names of the dead and injured have not jet been ascertained. One ot the dead has befn Identified as P. J. Mulvaney, aged abont 35 jeara. Nearly a scoro wire inj.irtd, mnny of whom will die. The bodies of four men, three wo- iir.' child were taken from the reck up lo o'clock. The death list may reach fifteen. All the dead were immigrants. 'Some Fine Attractions at the Fair I From on a horsfl (lying (hrongh tho atr fifty feet Jrom the groiir.fl, is on thf. bill of freo i kltrACtlonji in front of the grand Uand at the fair this and if the aces f t II to f urnl Fh cr.ongh t hrlils 'or the strong-of-nene the platform erforjnanres will. Herbert A. Klir.c 1'ias given tbe fair management of his icst. The attractions good last 1 7 hey arc bettfr and n them '.hat element of darger to the lired n a hnllday who lo feel a plpas- r.% JInglo in (he nervous fysUm at he slzhl of some artist risking his [eck. List evening, although not announc- I through the [o FOmo _ Isunderstiindlng. (he free attractions ;-cre first jiut on Ibc bill at the and tlio small crowd ntlract- d lo tl.o big Etanrt. more thrtn the orlh of Ihe dime thoy nt the alo jor tlie whoTc show. Hereafter ip MtrArtion.i will go on (-very oien- at 710. Thf) last until .iboiil J5. the atlt-rnoon they alFO be to the big raring ,ir. act between the various hcats of IJiP rare? This tfiHiiiaa plenly of -for thn spectators In Hint part of the grounds. j For real pFobably the Flying Ulchetts, n troupe of aerial jrapezc performeis, lake best the crossd. jThey are ail finliheil artists In their line. Louis Orlez docs .1 remarkable Jug- gling act on a jiiobe. Raniona Is one; of the clearest walkers thai has ever API-MI cd in this city. The UpRldt-Uown am a team cE hand-tohanil balancers. Out in front of the sianrt, In the on- Inside the track, a big lank, London, Ont., June resolu- tion urging the establishment of a federal department oi public health ttas one of the most important steps taken at the meeting ni the public health section of the Canadian me- lical association convention, opened m the Masonic hall this morn- ing. During-the discussion of pulilic health in general, mc'lical inspection the schools, which presented one oi the most- serious problems in con- nection with this section, was dealt with at length. paper tlraling >silh this ,sub icct, was prepared by John Stewart oi hut was read by Dr.-BM- larf oi the London'institute of piib- Kc health. IV. Ste-uhrt, alter TCVLCW- ng" the work being done in all Ihc irovir.ces and remarking >n the interest in the work by ion I'ync in Ontario, stated hat he was forced to conclude tliat ;hr wor'K uas yet in its elinientary stages. While (here hart been progress In the Lilies, owing to efiorts ol the ieu, there was still apathy in the smaller places nnd be until some definite FT It Inn en I was uorked out that wonlrt constil'ilu a national standard. For tliis reason, therefore, there was need for n naiiural health ser- vice thaf coulrt deal with such ques- tions as of fat torii-s. cojitiol ol diseases, ndultcra- tion of along uitti medical in- speclion of sdiooli, The trend of discussion uns tcdernl ftoiiiiiiMion was the true solution of Iht1 problem of cffi- cicjil public health In muni- cipal ar.rt provisional dotninaiiou, t'h bnund to inflnrncc and hinder. Wrorm Klart Pr, Baptie, of Hntish Columbia, furincclr ol Lonrlon, expressed the npjmim that the was at the u roiis end in Canatla. Chil- tlren were shut up al the very time hej needed the sunlight nd air. needed, be bought, Mas out of dour ihops, leav- ng the regular school c-rmuluini to e picked up later. Those who Joofc "n ite rilscii erc ot Kdnionton h- of Edmonton Dr. J. A lutchinsoo, --or Wrst Vount, ani Jrof. Adaiui, ofMonUita'. tic latter emphasizing the necessity of cooper ation bj- similar boaids nt health. A committee, was appointed to >iing in a report and rosal'Jtinn on ;hc subiecl- Sczregalrtl Aroa? As the result oi a-i nnlioct-afit riis cuasiori in the public health seciioti of the theme oi diseases as a special health notice that" a" xesolutioii would he propo-rd was the to talic the piohiem ar.d give it a thor- ough and urging legis- lation. tnstrLtclivc papers touching upon this nrrr rea'l by Dr. Hill and-Dr. A- Clar'rfson, of Toronto Man Who Seems to be Bestial in His Inclinations was Punished' Special trains for the fair omoirov. The schedule a From leaus 20-30 From Medicine II.3-> leaves 20 00. From CanlslOQ Arrives 10.-.0 21.00- The CanUton special leaves the at 21.10. 'Ibe Coutts train does not stop at tlie fair the schroule remains uncharged. Arrfiriit- mfnts have hren made for the ac- mf nts nitn IHBUV V K. said that in Kort tUie a Ecgregated area and this plan tcmlcd to keep down the spread of venereal diseases. Dr. Winnipeg, ciisajrecd with this view and held that where there was a segicsatcd area disease was spread among and factory The prostitutes were, as a rule, careful to moid disease, their livir.g drpriidrd un liealth lie de clared (hat in bis opinion segrega- tion and must he a honrlpps fault. He suggested that hospitals nnd jails he required to re- port on all cases of disease under thrtr notice. Dr. Krnesl Williams, of th.s city, v.tio reipor.sihle for the subject heing on the spole- briefly, dedating Dial the duty the. owed tho nation made it imperative that every effort he made to le the attention of Ihe legislates the need of control oi this problem. A commit I cf 'las appointed to deal wtlh the subject and report thereon. upcn life of shame, in a disreputable house, John McMurdo was this morning sen- tenced to one year at hard labor, in the provincial jail, -tiy Magis- trate D. H. Kltoc. JicMurdo was also charged with as- sault on his young whom he narried on Sunday, June loth, alter he girl's father had made complaint 0 the. chief cf police that Mc.Murdo lid been sincere to liis daughter. The story that McMurdo was an employee of the city electiical de- lartoient u-as vocilcrousl> denied by ifhcials of that department, this arc expected tomorrow. WERE MISLEAD AT TIME OF FOR- MER DECLARATION WAS REACHED ABOUT LEASES Applications totalling acres were received hy trie AESO ._. _ or the city ciatc rjoards n'l Trade These reiiuef.1: n any cat'irity, and hail bwn ouvo! atE (or leases in the Hlnod reserve anij a number ui then: ask fo the track tUaivd sn ihai the or.c! half of tlie heat was run ulihoit inU'rierpuce. Todav Fanners' Day with ft" vengeance, during normr.g at lean, wlitn all interest rentrru in the stock judging ring1; Hordes were be- ing judged '.n tbree cattle In ai> other, and sheep In still another. At r-con." UFS tban half the cattle wera allowing the exceefllnglj' large numlier of entries as compared start with other ;ears. The big of the morning show were Drewry, cf Cowlej. with, bis rerchcrons, and Xess, of De Win- ton, and Moteton. of Fairllght, Sask t Ith Ihelr Ajrahlre dairy cattle. Altiiough fermers old not begin to come In until well on during trje fore- noon, there was plenty of Interest phowa around the judging which nere all going full-force. Al- lost too much Judging "was going on t ona time, but the "management niions to haie'all classes juJged. so hat the bip crowds of the afternoon nd the two following daja would b3 ble to pick out the winners and com- are them the losers. As usual, the horee rings were thi entre of attractlou. Three -judEea were busy all at tbe one time: Mr. J. Delanccy. treEKurer of the Ameri- -_.i Horse lirecdfrs' association, took he- place of Richards, vjtm down to judge (he Percheron classea, J. C. of Cowley. had things in his own way in clflEE, ot course, there being only one entry, a'galnn him. a WB black siallion. ed by the Coaldale as- socialion Mr. Drtnry showed ths ___; until a wecV ago when he hired to the gas company. Since their marriage, McMurdo has not contributed to his wife's support, and upon being asked for money, he refused, saying that his wife should gel out and earn her own living, nialing the contemptible suggestion for uliiih he was convicted. Tlie girl's father, a well known re- sident of Slafiordville, testified in her behalf. -McMurdo pleaded not guilty, but the lact that he had re- used to support hri', and other scn- ktional eudence in connection with he charge oE assault, which the court asXrd to have v.ithhetJ, was sufficient to convict him. McMnrdo ftas up ID court last .crnhcr on n charge of upon one uith a hanil axe. He was Ihcn committed (or trial, but the higher court suspended sentence. on the second charge v as suspended hy (he magistrate this morning. only 1000 acre tracts. The Indians, who have hecij'r. an are thai they were misled regairt ir.g the intentions of the farmer wishing these leases, held ar.ollie wow today, and the question of relinquishing their claims will lifcel) go to a again. Tlie Indians, it is claimed, were 'told that the- farm- ers were trjing to get Iboir whole reserve, and that it successful, would the entire Hart with f.'nres Tl.o cattle interests now hoH- ing leases in the reserve, ate alleged n to made the misleading ments to the Indiana. best bunch of Percheroas, ever here, every entry calling forth the art- miration of tho farming public iround, Ihe rine. Jureur, a was easily, ths pick of the lot. carrying off championship, together with the In gold offered by Wm. Oliver, and lha premiums of the American and Canad- isn Horse UrcedinR Admiration for the entries in the siallion cUseea gave way.lo delight, when Mr. Drewry's ( of prize-win- ning mares took the ring. Flossy snl KrlEclte are about the host ever ace n, here, .inrl [Halnly show (he strain of Arabian In the Percheron blood.Thesa are the pride of .Mr. Dreary 3 on page A. E. HUMPHRIES A Fair Director who is on the Jobbery hour of the day, John McMurdo. sentenced to one this morning, escaped from trie cells'al noon, and the Mounted and City police were on his trail this afternoon. At H.SO a conalahle brought In a prisoner, who was raising 'old So obstreperous to that the cojvt stenographer assisted the follceman In lading him down to tho ceils. Th'ey.jtut him in all right, but appjiretillj ilii.not securely shut the door, and about (en minutes lit alalrt he found nils-sing The two police forces get busy had a trace of the culprit at three clock, which they were following up to four o'clock McMnrdo had no bes'n vecaplureii. Kipling's Latest Effusion London, June Kipling has re-entered the poetic Held, aking the occasion of President I''s lo write a poem Hied "France." nhiuh Is pjblished In vcslcrdaj's Morning Post. The poem, which contains sisD'-one lines, bcslnj with the following .erce: "Broke to known mischance, llfled over all, V By the light, sane Joy of life, the buckler o( the Gaul; t Furious in Imury. merciless in toil- Lured with atrentth tiiat draws from her lyres eoll i Strictest Judge of her north, gentlest of man's kind, -j First to follow truth, and last to leave old truths f France, beloved of soul that Its fellow kind-" The roeni then recalln the bitter strife waged between Kngland and France for wan> centuries. It speaks of thfi two couatrie? "fretting In the woyib of Honifl to begin our yet men knew our tongues apart." sajs the poet. "O'ir one task was must mo-jld the others fate as he wrought his own Tlie strange- and antirathies o( France and Knjland arc dwoll on: "In each others cup we Dourer! mingle 1 Wood and teats." Now the The roem ends allh a hope that the- two countries which have swept cnch others const, sacked each others home, Pinti; the of Birnnus clashed on scales of will now combine, "wheeling girth to gl'th In tbe linked nnd steadfast Kiiani for peace on ;