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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta i 1. .Jtiiu- PI1- VK DEATH'S TOLL Ou' na llase Full Days Sport Which ShouM Prove nchcr Creek, Taber, Bow s'and, and Oilter Towns will Celebrate Ten PcMMn Druv.'ned in aUhcv..m o Dunn'' June Expects "to Reacli 200 trom t'ula to foronlo bi iLb bjt raia ot liAt (j2. and rest of ir.e At Out Side celebrates ies at all. To- te> !i will e In proi in K i uule In the b> jj> are poiaz 'xij A'. Tabtr tte Citizens cave taken} 'jji for tht of the t-je csan d-jr-1 Mrl reidy The whole faruv1 Here dsy '-Aill be vUit the coal rain.- it litre for t'.e rfay. Crtok has been save; frotit in UL America had .e doctor is nut if If ib J cbin.iir cif (f-r oi) (or hit iTur-lo The orirntjl i bun ii, It a-13 sett'r-d ccnt-ata like thelb'S SERGEANT Of the Tcionto 'will beco licc force, who i cricf al police. spoils 03 the S- The ncted missionary, whs was ago. Kisirica for ihe on in Toronto rscer.lly. Hits events ha'vt botn received maaj sale ambition is to carry the cress ol poiut-H in the south, so that Christ to th- north, and dreams of far will be The track a: tit fair BafiiVe land and the Arctic Ocean) :s being i-ut into good afier the of last and I some records for the south will be hue tl.f able- MX iriLe- IH...IU viv r Karl Mcmhili, :irni Uni.crt troop-- .-lull tc ..r.u OlU.J.Ks IN Pui a. Juno M C'Jnol th age was and ia fair Knglisb Uiat l.t uas Ji his aj.d sureU- ci'X'r-t know. He faorn in L'liing Tau in 1734. Like Wu Tutg Fane, iwnner Chinese in.nister to he believes he will last lifiy He was yeais" ntrt 'Citorgr ton died, but did i.n: in. ill ol COLLAPSE OF A BRIDGE CAUSES AN APPALING DISASTER IN INDIA Calcutta, Ikitish India. Jur.e a rasspnger frain Mas crossing the Hirer SaVo, car Ondal, in the Hurdvtar. distrttl tl.e biidgc collapseil- 1'he train plun; into a torrent fort) icci, bclou. The nrst toachfi fell to the -bot- tom Oi tbc antl the coachts piled on top nf them. Some ol the occupants of thr later coached were thus l.eld prisoners in mid air. PEOPLE TENDER PRESIDENT UN- PRECEDENTED OVATION ON HIS RETURN heard of ptcslJpnt's dtath until many years sflmiard.. He water and i finLrr.trated food cat- cs of his making. general a r range tn o' year. The ing (o hri 'I lie notion ihe t as in cfiett last nayor r-roiuised morn- it Ihe PILGHIMAGE Or SHR1NERS Pfinama, June grand jiilgriTr.- age of MIstic Shriners of ths I'nitPd Stales lo the Panama canal will take piaee the latler jurt of August. H is planned to hold an cercmory nt the bottom of the wSva locks cr. I.ibor T'uu t vlll he unckr Um auspices of the Sliriner Temple of St. Piul. Minn. Thioe rtcainships bpcn chnmred bring the visitors to the Isihums. HASN'T HIT TUB BULLS-KYB YET FANCIFUL YARN DOLED OUT BY STEVENS OF VANCOUVER IS DENIED lattgary, d flits cfenied Itic sLttc- nt II. II. there hatt bccii an ngrcemcnl him and Sir Koss as to the pass- ing oi tnr bill thrnuib the sen- ate. SteMn.s1 story of a ilisson- siosi l.Aiincr, U.indurjnd and llo-is as lo the of tlic lull, the threat of Ssr Laurier to resign. Sir ticorge liad no iigEC-cmctii id tbc bill. FAIRLY GOOD PRICES OBTAINED WOOL MILITATES AGAINST HIGH PRICE Sbel'on ar.d Kerger, of have their chj> to H. V. An drfius, of Toronto. The price paic was in tt-.c neighborhood J3Hc per and tie clip included some M. Slight, of Coalfiale. has also folrl his nool to Andrews, atul 1, Har Jeer of .M.iyi ath, nl.o hjs in preuous oiitaliied a better price than the average. lias sold as in for-! mpr to lieiLSon and company oil Montreal. Tht: claim tliat an f ucUance In the price pnid would have been possible in cases, bad the which arranged io carr> crowds that did r.ot maUrial- ?e East xveek. vlll be on the jcb with ihe same iranspariailou facilities to tbe part cars Mil ruu direct lo tbe park p.itp. The comcjittee is afier on iJie groucds ot the towns. Ai ado li.e io tLt lonns Doniioloa Day suould fce ce'ebrated. Thera1 art a D o! Aciencans the big and the? will combine the fust, aad the fourth for real jollification. Their local ath- .fa hbve tteo. for tta sj-ort ems for weeks, and in vita tbtir cousins to try coLclosioas Th6 AItorado ball team with a couple of others ttage a lournaoietit. Akorado eipects to and if ihey 60, vill appear aqaioav ihe local Wheeierilea A. tbu afternoon. Sum Reid i ortly. It is eitecced ibat savs he can furdsh ihe transporta-1 Buchacan, M.H, and F. 3. Leffingwell BiztbaU at Another event of importance will bo the baseball match In the evening le- lwcen and Warner. Leth, Enelaad bridse fans have been starve for Park, JUM -W. -President Pair.- fas returned from more popular than ar.rt Uo be an ovation exceeding am- ready for a rood game. This match thing "bitUrto elicited by any "ke al Athletic nark dent oi ih'c rrpabllc. Jt ;4 the orca- as usual- sion for the manifestation by young France and a spontaneous reassfrtion the Anglo-French entente, backed b> slror.g armies and cavlci. It transpired thai during the contfiFations with M, Poir.caire and' the British and French foieijn min- isters Sir Edward and Stephen Pichon, a perfect agreement tvas to exist between England acd France concerning tbp interests oi the tfto nations in Asia-Minor, not- abl> ID regard to the Hagdad rail- road Englar.d, France ar.d Russia are determined to stand together in presenting Turkey Ironi being util- ized excluilvely by Ciertnanj anrt Aus- tria for financial schemes vital prob- lems thai will soon crop out for so- lution in the Balkan cfr.iprcr.ce now sitting in'l'acis. j The l.cibbridge Rifle ci'Jb has baft a succeasf'jl >etr so fai, with more members and more active shooters Icen kept los-sea from in the? rain, inna'mts lo froiii one to cents per enses tho t'tj (iQimil, a art in some will not loot Messrs. Chipman ,ind of Mngmlti, Ulac'slock find Green, also their M.P.P., Trill present the prlztB to to corce. M.P.P.. vrill he prtseut to deliver ad- to Ihe picnic, trowd. At tbe fitter Day Saints church is preparing for a day espec- ially for the children. The Sunday Schools along line win holiday there. Big crowds are eipectefl from Stirling. Magrath and CardFton. The'weather niaa and1 ilicn Canada' .teem to be collaborating to famish a good day, and If their scheme workfi out es eirected, July 1st, 1913, win bs a green snot in the memories of tha' people of Alberta for INVESTIGATE PELAGIC SEALING Ottawa, June Louis Ar- thur Audette, assistant judge of the Exchequer Court nf Canadn, has been gazetted as a commissioner lo Invest- igate Itito anrt report upon" the claims of certain Canadian pelagic sealers al- Ic-god lo liave been by rea- ron of the rclasic sealing treaty of July 7. 1P11. between Great Prltaln and the Cnltoil Stales, Russia and .lapan, and by the Pjris regu- lations of ISM. Deckled objection da the part of, the Indians of the BSood Reserve will likely upset the calculations oi the AScOclated Boards of Trade in Its endeavor to have thp reserve thrown open for' grating leases to farmers in Southern Alberta this yeir. This is inside informaUoD furnished the Her- ald this morning from authoritative sources. It is understood that an of- ficial of tht land department has heen making investigations since the Agit- ation started, and his report is hardij likely to cause the government to make any change for a year at least The objection of the aborigines is said to be bis reason for >ng against the change. Today the lease held by McKeown and Son, ot Wfocipfeg, andr concurrently the lease of Gordon, Ironsides and Fates, the Wlnnippg! cattle dealers, expire. What will be done is merely conjecture at piesent time, but it is llkelj tbat ths firm will hoW their cittlft on the reserve future ar- rangements- The. Herald under-3 stands that the Indian department will make a complete investisatlon of the situation nithin tbe neit feiv j months. JOE HEALEY RESIGNS AS POLICE INTERPRETER Canadian Pacific stock has been acting vjlth comparative lately, but it Eg net belicveti ilie bear campaign on the atoct' is by sny j nioans over, Mr, has quit shoaling lof the present .but if his ammuni- tion hol'Jt Out, he '.vlll probably hit the 200 -spot- his stork r.e o! been h Hralcy, hfltcrl.imun to his [tirnds ,is Uoli-Moccasin, has 1 the position yt interpreter and scoul at the Mounted Police Har- racks, nt.ii will in a for the to after and tne haying. Joe is i educated and smarl on ilic ami liai of great'assistance to authorr- ih SS jears old. He duties arrow tmHct fiyni the of bygoi.e hut to- day llieie is no more sturdy of fnc pipe of peace than ttolf MGC- Iff was norn in Allcrla anil is a (TLC son cf the prnvin.rr Mr. Hcftlrj is ntil enlhiiJ-bi-liL over the carupnicn io f.irmcts nn Ihe He it, afraid thai they uil! hncr it (no tuucli arid run fltid other pasture destroying animnls x Joe HMlty. f-nown to his tribe "Wolf-Mocassin" "Double Gun Woman-" in for the evlubiiinn, ?aidfl and wife the it hrcau'-c thoy were not C'f. fn >ParA (l.e Indiatit ;s none _ to frcl Hut nfcd it all for at home Some may though! the. rain lesponsible, but ft wasn't Joe hAK promisfi lo write the FULL SHIFTS AT MINES PROMIS- ID AND C. P. R. BIG SPEC- IAL WAGE ROLL If rolls have anything to do with business conditions in a city bridge should stiorll} notice a general Improvement, and that improvement Rill be due to the C. P. U On August 15 Ibe Gall Collieries w make tnelr first full pay since the win- ter, ueeV the mines steadib" all ncek, anO aitboagh there were not full E s in both mines, the velope the company will soon be paying a couple hundred mora i men oa the railway here. This neofcl Ihe steam shovel nt Elcan pit is beinif j moved to and -will ba put- work across the river digging earth for the >ard extenBiona. I soon as ihis is completed work be siarted on the subway grades aud Ihe fill to the junction. An extra gang of about 75 men wjll'be to nork fn the yard, making the total about 200. These payrolls will make a differ- ence, the added work will tide a number of idle meo unill bar- ren season opens In August. men applying for wore taken on The resumption of full snlfts comes about two or three months earlier than last year, owing to tlifr fact that there H little or no American .coal In Western Canada inls summer, as tie casp last It is belies mit the IT LOOKS LIKE SUIClDI Calgary. June 'severed bead of a man was p'.cked up in the Can-Jian Pacific yards in.Kast Cal- gary shortly after fire o'clock this af- ternoon. A few rods further on. in ditch, tbe body, still was PATRICIA STILL FREE G1RI mines will work practically dav 0 from now en, nlthough In ihe fall time may broXen hy the lack cars if ihe tjumper crop in fSgbt In gcod ehape. The Finnptlon of worh a( thii time is Inj-J Jinti with I ho announcement of P, I N'aisinlih n coui-lf of urMkn ago. Most lory oi ll.p dUlrn and and exler.dert coiiTtrsirs, This thrrc nutMnc The .....j older mm on tetcnc doubt it Mill rrmr nl lo jsiorefl Iw iwc. tl.e ar.d organized a hig -Sun the in linking up the olden I Besides (he or Asked tlicre more !n-llJancc ior the purpose of Steeping the present. M.V the 6eing mined now %1II be prwt of the Impfirifll June ru- mor that the Princess Patricia of tetrolhea lo Ihe Grntirt Duke of MedienburK Strelfte is officially dfnlrc! to- day. The report onglnnted In Berlin, where the Prince.'? Es a jniners Vho draw their pay eu- ;