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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, May 1C, fill: LETIlBRtlKJE DAILY HERALT) Mr. 11 H. lllacV. tlir leaving Kfgina it will proceed alons Made liaiu, was in the the m.tln lint ol theCr.lt. to Medi- 'CILC Hat L-uVinK stops at all tut uty today advai.cc details polats. ljm. for the visit o! the train tu jieaicine Hat it Mill follow the bridge. Ix-ttibrMge line, making a side trip Those remember the plcasur- to Raymond, Magratb and Collision able surprise ou seeing last seat's !l.mui'S UttljiWge tt nill town train be pleased to learn through I Maclcod and jdl tbe principal points Mr. lllack that this year's train .eastward on the C P-lt sev- (ar surpass it in interest. eral stops before ilacklin, and also Mr. llljck Wt this' evening for Itomhjng the principal points on the Oardsttra to arrante. lor the Uip to new line liom Maclrliii to Moose "P to j tl.c bouth country, Wlile in the city Mr. lllacl raw jlayor Hardie and Board of Trade officials. He says "The SOU exhibition tour of tht 'JIa'de-m-Canada' train lias been or- gaulzcd on prattle-ally the same basis as that o! 1312! It about 110 Western cities and towns on the C.N'.U. and and oc- cupy" about S3 I.faune Jlont- ical Mjy Hth, the train will visit Ottawa, Toronto, Sujbury, Pott Ar- thur, Kort William, Kenora and Dry- dpjj brlore proceeding lo Winnipeg Jlay 31st. After icavicg Winnipeg it l spend a day in Urandon and will Alter tour on tl.e C I1.It. it will be turned over to the 0 N.It Mill handle the train from Ite- gica to 1'iii.ce Albert and from War- man to Edmonton, where they will Irat.sler it to the G.T.P. !or' opera- tion over their system from Tofield lo Alls and from Kdmonton to Mel- ville, and Irom Mehille to Car.ora. At the latter point it will be-turned over to ILe C. K.'R. again, irating stops at Dauphin and intermediate points before proceeding to Winnipeg where the exhibits will be dis- mantled. This is a much more com- prehensive tour than that ot Usl then proceed 'airing the Souris lir.cj year, and practically all the points via Areola to Ucglna, touching all covered, except tie larger cities, the principal en route. After 'be new ones. Some Friction Behveen the Daughters of Empire and Veterans at Fernie ASSAULTS HUSBAND WITH KNIFE ARE UNDER ARREST Ferine, May a meeting ol the executive committee of the Kornle branch ot tfie Veterans' aBsocjaiion Inst night. It unanimously rc-Eolveil: "That iu view ot live fact that a so- called kindred society is holding a concert two days prior (o the date arranged and-advertised by the Vet- erans for their Mernoiial concert, il was agreed that the Vet- erans' concert be postponed indcfinite- "Whereas, the Veterans' association did not ,e_ilifcl support from this Eouno, liiey did not look lor obslruc- lion; 'The Veterans ejcecdlngly regret that the action Is neccEfary, as cosridcrable expense has been Incurr- ed in tho preparation of an escellenl lirojjrammt. "However, the Veterans thank the public of 1'crnlc'for their generous iraifiiiiagfe in Iha'-psci, and hope ere lens to be to (ulfil the promises already maiie." Ilia, obstruction referred to ia the concert i.hlc'.i is to be held by the .Mo'int t-'hapler ol tho Imperial Order of Hie Dauehlcrs of the Em pire, and -AO'cli !s advertised for the two days before the Veterans Latl advertised the Memorial concert. A great amount of 111 feeling seems to have arisen out of this actlnn ol the ladled, especially e- Hie Volerona have done BO much alieady for tho city. Ferule, May jiolico called In to settle a dlBlurbatce McLcjn's drug store last night, ivhe Frances Turner aetaulted her bus hand with a knife, and stabbed him in firo places, while both were In a state of Intoxication. Turner is an inter- dict, and while drtiuk got into a dip pule wltli his wife. She got a knife about eight Inches-long, and; while Bounding him, she cut horEClf. As Ltfr aituuB hlood she thought she had about finished him, and out on the street am) gAve hereelf up Id Constable Harrl- EOS. Sergeant Ambernsan lo the house, and the mnn and his ivifc were tiken In charge and lodged in ail! The woman Is held ou the charge f Tioiindlng with Intent, while Turn- .tot telug .dr.unk hl5e. 1 A man named Jamei AHamare Was rought, up to' BVrnie .from odai, havlr.g'beeii seni up for trial y Brown, on a charge of hcollng n-llii malicioui iiilenl. Ills ntaaontst came at him with a knife, t is alleged, and he fired In self-dc- eneo. ftvlklng his {nan In the groin. ihhouen the wound Is scrloun, it -will robanly not he fntal. He was before Jls Honor Judge .Thompson this nf- ernooa. ami admitted.lo bail. Two men, C. Carlson and William Ifark. were arrested. Jast _ night by Cor.slable Harrison, at the C. p. U. lepof, under the RailwaV Act, tor tcailns ride the train. They were before (ho city magistrate his morning, and sentenced to (If- een days' hard labor. However, the :entence was suspended to give them a chance (o leave fhe town. Mrs. It. W. Wood .returned yester- day' from a visit of two months In the "anama Canal MEETING CALLED AT WARNER TO DISCUSS Et-EVATORS WAS SUMLY ATTENDED EDMONTON MEN WILL BECOME ACQUAINTED WITH THEIR CONSTITUENCY Warner, May meeting the interests of Ihe Allirrta Karm ers' Elevator LtJ was held here Ibis afternoon, it uaa decidcil to t-snvas dl: tnct for the safe oi shares. An cn- coiirasin? start was made, but the attendance was slim, to busy kc-iion, nr.il ifn.is thought a canvaH tlie iltstrfct result In the imrcli.isn cf siifficicut shires lo w.irraut the li'illiling ot an. elevator In Warner. 'I lie liir.tral tnoV pl.icc this slier- noon nt Alma Kaglcson, the olil daugbli-r ol anil iiobt. Kagleson. The service was conduced hy, liev. Ortn, -ol the Ki.-st KvangeHeal clmrch, and a num- lier lolloped Ihe coffin (o tho grnve. Many floral trib'Jles nerc laid coflin. as the littlfi girl ivas bcloud, anil mueh sympathy is', (ell lor Hie family'. ff) LBIN SALK- Thoro will ho at onljllo auf> tlon at WMMej't livery tarn, brldgo on Batnrdi; ft! 2 o'clock, a crertm kaditfo pony, (maro) uulBlit Jtif, OM (onnectod) on right'shoulilcr, nnmo of owner imfcnoun a month) li sUndlng yotif. 132-12 Kdtnonlon, Alta-, May cally etcry town in central Alboita, on rlbe r-asl lo Ed- fon on Ihe west, and Irom Alhsbneca on the north to Olds on the soutb, will bt visited tbo latter part of by business men ol Edmonton, llns on the Hoard of Trada EpcclM, now being arranged for by-F. T-. Fish, er, (ocrelaiy of the orjanlutlon II la expdcled there will be' at least members in tht pnrty. Mr. "I.nit rear the parly left. JJdmdnton on thft morning of July 22f solng east lo tho Hasjiafcfiewjin llne.'Wcat (o Wh, n.C, so-lib to Olds and'some distance norfhi felnrnlng'oti the rn'oin- Ing of Jaly 1'J. Tho tralii tfavf'ilcd 050 81 slow were mnilo i'n all Ihe foirns along tfce route, a re formed closer associations M.inr p'roinlt-.ent bnelne.-B'houEea wor on t.ne er'usorte, 'and .1 think some benefit, ".The coming oicurslon will 'bt along the gonetai lines la; ycsrs, Ihough expc-ct to visl some new lerrllory. The business men ot (bfs city, 'aiid thoso In the towns fre visit apptccUlc the Import once ol Ibe trip, and I am ionfltien Ibal many wlil (akV of I thfg tummcr, as IE offers an opporlun Ity to leftrn more of the country, In we are all ALBERTA nsASKATCMEWAN EOMONTOH SAS KATCIIE WA20 MANITOBA I, ItJEKiO ITIMUiT Ul StMHlf EXHiBitimmr