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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta HOT A THING TO MAR THE GOOD MAN WAS j OOOD Yiclori.i Day, 1S1J, will he____- t Ion; to lit' leu.embered iu Ilolidayicvs ivas ilit; Epliit of the occa- Evijrjuue look a LollilJy excciJl the weather man. He worked over- time rolling up A line of weather which was duly appreciated, if tlic big crov.ds ufiiercier ono. could be lakcy as a irllerioc. H was a tUy of The mull boy vvitli his ills- ylav of w.is not the only Oiie who peeped out tbe window the e.irly morning ho'jrj to leaiu i Old nas on the jo'o; his oWe rrolbcrstand EiElcrs satisfied them tehes ol' iL.il fact also: even the fathers .ind mothers apprised then reives of' the fact, the. whol "fninlly happy. v Meu atil women in gala sninme Lttlrc ojt iu force to the li! dent of day. the I-etbbridge Tur I'lub's raito meet at Hendcnon I'ar fair sioilnds. Thc "bonier" pieivwhpjt! in evidence. Thc ciow satisfied with the which is 'likely now to become as a i nual eveilt. All the other calendared events the day "were also well attended, pi i tlculariy j he. football game' in t aflernoon andXtuc Uisliict baseball hune J.i Ac xwillght hon Thc latter" especially drew a wd sucU as has no[ bo-n seen sin i.ethbridgd bill town. It WPS A steal day for the sharp- shooters both Ji '-he- traps and the frails, and'a nlce'crowd attended both Picnio paillrfi innumerable f _ fhady spots for. Mliug-.TKc liver bottom new: lie .poKer station kerned to have tho first .can, am -fromal o'clock. UH ,-'duak -with picnickers, who carried luncne with them for a. real old time of Hay plculc.' At-the .ptomo ground's at St. .Marys there ware more jolly crowds. Here thc 3tart of the t Hudson's Bay Co. congregated for a sood time aud had it. I Quite K numher were out of trie for Ihe day. The big light at ilcarv drc'w those with a sporting 'on'cy in their.hlood. -They havo L to put down .-special .m.arkfi H if''3- A few. went to ".hloWnjan.s-fnr a day's' look advnnUse of the id love-iy weather to en- Ltiin through the country. Ihelr smiles, countenances' of .10RN1NG GIVEN TO INTELLECT UAL CONTESTS AND Ar TERNOON TO ATHLETIC EVENTS Raymond. May 2t.-Ttc sun 'rose through a mist into a ciear tliu I'liicn Jack was dincicg in to breeze, cilwdiug its colors oi free dom, l.mcry and flilclity to aU Bv ID o'clock the opera house was ilen to its-carai-Il.- The chorus IT ORANGEMAN DEAD tot Mav J nil. toll, uor of Liibtoms for thc port of viej-lcj. ditd a', his hoiue here early inonisifi after'an UK Several wceVs. He was TO aSe and ono of the most prom .Kfnic-a in Canada. DOMINION ENTOMOLOGIST INTER- ESTED IN THEORY THAT THE BEETLE DESTROYS CUT K II. Siricklacd, tbe Dominion en towologist in of the of the. cutworm. Kturned dom V11. on Saturday, whi-rs ho the farm of J. f. Tuff, who re- cutworms as doles consMer- umase. Mr. Tuff also dlscover- icu a beetfe. uliich relished the cut- Iwor.n. at.il ihoiisht It might posMb'y be li'id in Hie campaign against the (worm Mr. Strickland iays that the Fcinie, B. C., Mav bectlc 1S oce ot the ground beetles Court'fonlniuc.l Us sitting today in Llul DelonES w the Calosar.d family. Ispite. of tto fact UiM the holiday auhousb he does to name Three Men Released From Provincial Serious Charges ROLLED A MAN One ol Them Also Had ths Keys to Fit Hayrs Store Door Koben U. Mkiuson, Henry ai.il a man named Timbly were com. milted for trial this morning by .Magis- trate Elton, until the next o. a court having criminal Jurisdiction m The three men wars charsed oa information bid by one- llaran. Irish lad. who claim, tat the men, whom ho positlvelj- Idea- COURT SAT AT FERNIE EMPIRE DAUGHTERS OF EM- PIRE CONCERT tined did on Friday lure htm to an obscure point on the railway tracXs vilh Ihe ewuse that they were to have a bosir.g bout, lo settle sorns lie will study the hug vilh Ihe excuse have a nosing dispute which had arisen in the Ar- Vnslon hotel tar. Smith had de- clared, according to several witness, cs than he would beat, up Alkinson, and Haran, the complainant. WTien ,hey reached the Epot dpsisnated, Haran claims that the thico men turn- on Mm. stripped his clothes.off. lien 10 lla hat won in the musical fcstivHl Fcb 25 8'ave the opening song, lol- owcd h'y Qco T. Wride. TU orations or the oratorical contest were given, seven'in'number. In the ladies con- of n rte--Kcntlcmeri.. tesliq of Raymond, won'tirSt .places.' MIEl a The debate between.vMaErath an 'sti'fiinE .was-very interest ing. The debate on, "Resolve that a man can inaVe a. f teater mar in lite by specis'.izisg'than hy follow inr a number of avocations." Mr. Spackman One o, th. most royal we Britain ;nd tht Czar of Russia. '_. the holiday in til case oi'.Sordine C'P'11'I ucslroyer. He thinks tnai it 5.15 irom damages- for alleged [argely ,u ,ho present cam- partially supporled by C UUB ptl on llllll, lard (rv to .lelermine its value as a a hnlh. beat him'up and took cntworm destroyer. He thinks that it 5.15 from him. His evidence I inrnAu. iii ihn cam- niT-ii Superintendent Reid of, the 25 per cent Reduciion in Power Charges.and Cheaper Coal Mra. Holmaa ot Stilling, fi five, and >lii of Magra'.h, l> wor b> three points. Mrs. Arthur Nielsen sang a con- tralto solo'entitled, and 1 shall Jlr. Clra'nt Young Eanj "Last Hose ol and Rlley Clstk aang, "Down in tho Deep l.ct Me. Sleep." THe Judge, for the entertainment were to he B.-S- ar.il II. II. Elton, all ol Lethbridje, but lliey could not he present- and were substituted -by. Long; Let.li- bridgc Mercer, Masratli, and Steeil, of Stirling. LiVi.noon lunch was served at the .u-.to'i the young ladies tera aymind, to ali'i.nh. A Football 1.20 .Canlston and, IfayiKiniT ned up ior football and the home all over the visitors, the COVER OFRCIAUS AND DE SlVES BUSY .ROUNDING THE MEN May "cle (n Kd--on iiNbeinS strenuously pursu and II the reWot the present i.niEn are tlle ihoulrt seon have a much belter re General Superintendent Reid 1. That 4800 feet of street rail- way be built in North Lethbridse. 2. That be supplied the Elrtet railway system at 1.5 tents per killowalt hour, a reduction of 25 per cent. 3. That the cost of coal supplied the power station from the cipal coal nilne be reduced from S1.80 per ton to per ton. If Superintendent Keid has his r. pon-er tor tlic street railway system will he supplied by the power at a reduction of -'3 PIT cent, oa th price'nosv- charged, and the street ra wav will experience a great rtdnctio of IU most important Items ..ense. At present power Is cost- oweT very cheap to manufaclnrers >n a iicrse-povrcr rait, ar.d at cents er kilowatt hour on a meter hasls h'e cineral sapcrimcndent helieves .5 cents per kilowatt hour would not bVtoo low a charge for to the breach o! 'contract, was tills aiWpon And judgment waste- tetved. The various opcials o! thc Canadian Pacific v.ho hive hem town'for several days, "e11 lhs cv cnTng train for Calgary. Ein'pire'Daj- quietly in the Icily; -nntning.. in, tt.e; way .of Irsti- firranseo. A 1 s attractive oa account ot Its mag- nificent1 lalls and .while the latter was'the scene o! a celebration which has bw-n advertiFcd as a icc- otd-breaker. i. man oamcil .1. K. Albright, who hails from'HIairmoic, was arrested here on information received from the R N'.W.M.P. He is believed to he' the is responsible, for a a cook in the C- I'- H- constr action camps, near the old round who supplied Harar, with an ontBt ot clothes. The men elected to be tried 05 a, higher cour'. on the several charges piaced against them.. Smith .If o charged with stealing from a nmn named UoddE, Attofon' was -cbargea rth relieved' John' Lar.en-ot.- he' te pary, -wo good ileal ot the house-brcaKing which street.railway Ejetcm Another possible a-in the beer, carricil on 'He oi late Ihroujh laVea to cost of power is by Snpt- Icid. The cost of coal to the power station.is now Jl.SO ton. Th" city engineer proposes a price of 51-r- per ton. Dut SuperhncndcBt Reid says paid for by capital account and not out ot tlie revenue from the mine, the cost could be further reduced to JI.45 "TAKE CHARGE OF" AGJUCUL-. .TURAL HIGH SCHOOL'S Edmoalon, llay Appointments of principals of the three schools of wliich have betn eslab- WJIILII t. havi lerei .the" premltes of Has r. Sfreet.'on o lth intent to commit >n tadtclabla offense. was ident.ned b> James-Kellas, the accountant, v.ho dU, covered a.man in the hardware otor? Two skeleton Keys and igricuuurf, found on Tammy s ycituu, on tbe Albena government dc- tried them rear monslrallon farms at Olds, of tte ,iayr and luct lippn made I. .__._ c. IrwiVry TacaOlJ nau fit the lock.'. TamWy had. released from proyin-. tier ton The proposed extension of thc street railway system will cost ex- clusive of Hie material now on hand. S5MQ mond hoi'H say 0. earn would have met a similar fate the athletic were put on "JOO Jlayson i: on 3, WalVcr. Time 10 4-5. hack" Time 5.53. back .o, tnn V Skou-, Us most imnunaiiL nt-iua v, At present power Is itemized railway 2 cenls per ot hour, curve per month. "With diiclion in foice, the powerTost would be reduced lo about JI125. Tbe sup- erintendent also recommends that tbe street railway be given a 25 per cent, rebate on its power account since (unitary 1. 1313. The new powe 300 20 DO Norton. J Mclntyre, chief of thc slatf of working on the white slave cases, has several clues which, he believcj, will risult in the arrest of tho ring-leaders of the raf. fie, both In Kdsoii and In othor clli Time 20 HS Frtllri. Distance 37 ft. 7 in _ M? itecri ttallicr. Time 25 sec. Hall-UUe llash-1, Alw Utnnelt; 3, Weaver Time fir both in Kusou ami m ------I Udnmicr from which girls have been imported, _ 3. (fpacknun. Di On Inlormaticn by Ohicl Provincial nu iir-uotive Nicholson, of the Llauor branch, jhern.havu been eight convictions at Kdton. Ior Infraction o! the llflitw lltensn oidlnaricc, and line- of SI 150'collected by the department Vhirlng the yta'r 1013. thc llfluor li centc branch of, Iho Altorr.ey-Gener nVs department had elghlysU conv.e lions In ildron, anil district tributary ttiorPlo, collecllng fines aggrogalins over besides several prison tnnis tor offendeis. tanging from tso Moiilhs lo three >eirr. mu apparatus in the power Blntlon is giving the best of satisfaction, greatly i educing the cost of power at tht switchboard. a better load facior tho cost Total Thc will continue to bo rcduce.l. >ear power M'as delivered at the >ear power switchboard at 1.18 per kilowatt hour. Kor the four months of the cost tins bsen l.COr cents per kllowslt hour, a reduction of over 25 per cent me esieus.unV proposed arc from Thirteenth street North along Kiltn avenue North to Nineteenth, stree Norll, and tfom Tlilrteenth street rJuilfi Ninlb avenue Xorth to Stilfordville. 'The city deal reporl as scon as Ihe street rail way commlltcr- has dealt with Ihe re- commendations Taking Cars Olf The Oransc line car has been dis- continued, and will be.used only on S'litdavs and special occasions. Signs for'lhe Fides of the cars are also be tne ras'i. m more last night by a corporal ol tnc Mounted 1'olire. Three notable vagrants were, land ed herr yesterday Item Hosincr hi Constable O'Connor, having lie- lore ilagistratc 1.. Hrown, ar.d sentenced terms in jaii with hard tabor. They are all old oUcnders and 'well known lo the officers o! the law. John Dooley will have to spend four months behind ihe hats, Mn'ard Trafford, commonly known as the. will remain ior three, nml Harry Conlcy will lie re- Irabfd in six weeks'.time. Constable l.cgan broilglitf in Thom- as -lones, alias Thoma'i Hogan, J, Wore 1J, wi'tli hard labor. The second jury which was empan- elled in the case of Ilex vetsus Biggs could not agree, like their piedeccs- and thc defendant was tc'.ejictl ITiOnSiriiULMl ioui.3 m- wi--i-------- and Vcrmillion, have Just beeu made Hon. Duncan Marshall. Minister of Asrlcultiire. "E A. Howes, KS.A., will charge, ot Vcrmillion. He is a grid- Of, Ktiday. l.arien, the uatc of Ontario Agricultural College; halging AtVt'inson -with the thelt_ or. Guclph and ex-principal of McDonald 0 rtat'Altinson had robhal, "Jhm of a'watch nwrly a nun XL months. gittb nr n i wuitin ne agronomy at the agricultural men'ail face or.mora ._. I Iharees and were up before, CUlUd, IU t-unn; .u ISOTLOllS allu A. Campbell, B.S.i., who will on when principal ot the niarcsholm ,h9V'were until today. I.-.. Lnnn in Ihn I _! TVprft principal o1 j has been in the yjeji-iiranch men were on of the Alberta of Agricul-1 F ,a.y also taieu Into CUB lure, and way-'rorrncrly the On-lr........- iv-lrased. The; lario of agriculture. W..A rt-utnil of Friday, and weie ,ody, but wereXter released They. Edward Mansfleld, Hlch.ri JoW Seders' and- John ..Gardner. There no evWenco iltural collrge, and superintendent iA loem, and in the Canadian Paclflcl8 but Resources hrancli, will hargc of the Olds school. The schools will open to sludenls of work in tho .Montana his summer. an or, UpOO bail, and will he tried the- lall assizes. Thc Woies o! the ill. Ketoic ter'ol tlic Imperial Order oi the Daughters of the Kmpiic nresen e, Thursda) nkl.t in the Orand r the very amusins com d T.mv" a large a cnce, "containing the greater part he robbery of the "ho evidence in the other counts this morning by Bo'wter, Inspector Skel- hnfiisT'Apple and Constables inc ciuc in exceptionally well arranged and it probable that, no Letter im.-itc-ur thc- re- The piohaliie mamu atric-al h.is ever hccn cere. The I INSPECTOR WEST OOES TOJ MAPLE CREEK WITH RANK OF SUPERINTENDENT serge 1, h V. Steed Milncr. Tirr.c High Jmnp-1. HMBler 3, U- SViiimin. 3. 9 fee'. v 410-Yard bpa.i.- man an.l liennctt, JUXIOK.BVUNTS 75 Bundle) 2, Head. of the.cily despite the reduction, and ]n i m. THEY WON'T 00 IT AGAIN liunn and'sceley Oavc-nporl. the Ion SJ-! T'0011 choppers, who sen (hTeawnlng leltcrs lo President i before he assumed offlcse. wore fcnlciueJ to Trenton sUtc prlaoti_W- liunn for five jeers', and iorl'for two "road Jump-1, BiandUy'i 3, Van Otinnn. .Junior" nclay, -110 atas-Tnr.e S -TimcU RI'III. In" the athletic leaf "ic J Croxall, llcnnlon, Visr.ct O'H.ifn. -l.vans. Kcnnf. (Special to The Herald) Medicine Hat. May Canada Barcdall leagu ir.et here this morning, with Presidcn, Gray, of Kdmoa'ton, prcHding Others weie S Savace, Cal eary K. W. I'yko. Reglna; U Jaw: F. M. Oinllier, Kd Bennett, J. A. McDonald, H. F.n ay, 0. M. Johnston, C. C McGregor and George Plngle, of Medicine Il.lt. The meeting was calle.l to rtiscns a rc-arracgoment ot rtlvlsior, of gal rpcelpls, Medicine Hat having ev pressed tho oplslin that this cit should receive tnoro consideratio Ihin called for In thc constitution. Delegates from'oalsldf points El ed that their clubs All cjpecled d HclU instead of I.rollls, hut had pr I. ,1s nature hive teen made lo Mcdl loe Hat club. II Kerns, but not to an loe a c. xunt lo insure the directors against crsonalloss It wns decided to make nothcr appeal to citizens to subscribe o the support of the local team, and f they come through with a sufficien amount the team will continue In th eague Otherwise the directors d not feel like personally bearing th oss of wcrnl thousands ot dollars. Ihc-easl was comroanding -K tllvl-l admirable, and mcmt.er ol K N. M. P, bai rcceivci) ot- toi.ip.iny was worthy mention. of the deserves'great credit In appre- Boss proiiaMy the star ,0. Wul as siiperliiWndentl tbig biad o( crooKs. peitormer of the evening.' IU ,tc (jreek division, and the---------- latter will ruinovc lo Slapic Creek as ns te can conveniently do so. N'o olficiil Inlc-.-mallon has been re- ceived by Ihf officerg ot this division as to -Major West's successor, but the Heralil has It on good authority that luspcctor Oenerauv, formerly ser geant-major at l-ellibrldse, will be Mrs. i Kay, who :s rich but Miss t' en Carew, her cousin, a voung I .............Miss Hogan James ilarmermg, will Mr. Fenwick V; Sliss (Jaroljn C of the chorus Mrs. Broun, a Vuti'n of his appointment to the Ca 1 John Martin gary dWsloa; although'this chan.s [iehl star (has also been contained in press r "'-'ports. Miss b. Ross temporary aunt Mis. braiding BETTER; EMPRESS ILL 2f..-Kmperof Yoshlhilo but the KmpreaR Sadako has ifI'f-om dur- nv Mfidamcs Carlisle Lr tons vigil at her husband's anj Messrs. and Ing her .IO.IB .m nacn bedside. PANKY IN THE COOP AGAIN London, May 26.-Mrs. I'ankbur wno was released on patole to pe Tlie opening vv.is a ueaull-1 o( recovcry from the elfecl.i fully tendered utiatlcttc "0 tanada h slrlhe VM requested Vj mill 11.7 I ip (t'onttnucci on pajc The court of revision oa. he arrived. Ung them. ;