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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Rffi M VI. TEN" PAGES Thitmlay, June, '26, J913 CENTS Number WIIH IESTABLISH A Abattoir, Cold Storage and Stock Yard Project is Merged With Existing Company and' Plans Will Be Carried Out at Once Under namn of Fum..Products ml ted, thp- of the central market for Southern joria. Will he carried out, the two irernB having, because of the. is nk'fi and tho outcome calling of a spools I minting of arm Limited lait n hloh (here n-ns n Inrgfj attendance id a united opinion favorable' to a of liutrefltn ami Ilia jrtlierahco of tbr- plans to eeufcltsb contra! market for tbe handling ot i kinds of product B railed hp the ixed farmorB of Sou them Alborin, apodal committee of ftve membtiB, n tip rising Samuel S. Dunhtm. the J. IjJayd, ibe secretary, rank A. Maxwell, William Ingram H. wan appointed, nd by vote givon fu1! poorer to act i Arranging for amalgamation. The committees of, farm Products 3d the Southern Alberta Com raise Jon nd Refrigerating Co.; on the latter H-ltlcb were O. T. Latlirop, George i. Hatch. D. J. Hay and W, D. Flnley. Tuesday afternoon and, aftor die. Ing tbe plane and (he arrange- ion I s that hurl been made, adopted a unanimous VOIP, a resolution, iposfid br Mr. Maxwell and second- by, Mr. Flnley. agreeing to its at onne and io proceed to tbe in detail. This resolution, expreEBlrip the united to establish n co-oper- ative market, as follows: Ffcim Products limited, i reprteejitfid by a special comnJllioe of and the Southern "Alherfa CommiBslQQ .and Refrigerating -Com- pany, a tentative-dftBlgnatlon for ihe ceutrfti mirket, live stock and Jitorage plant" nndev the of the '.Mixed Forming Convention, lllcciwlw; represented by A committee, have thla day, June 24th, 1913, agreed to an lion or under :vg vorbnlly made in ooiilerence. there- lore, be it "ResoKed, that it IK the Be: that should be put b oporatlrc mnrkeUriK interest ovntntllied In for .South firn Alberta, and thai amalgamate unrtar the chirier of "Farm UmileU, ind prepare- to further at once thn plans for a live Block yard, cold plant, market, etc., as projectod." The oftlceffi of tbe Ift'o were empowered to further the -plaus through making formal application for tho jove-rnmeni subsidy for a. t plaut, arranging for the tait- ing over of aorna potliona of choBen ihe husinnas, for and contracts for light and trackaxo. They will ate arrnsge for fbc transfer of the ElocK C, J. ECKSTORM A Director of the Exhibition and enthuifaitle livestock man. MAJOR BURNETT A Director offtfiA. Exhibition. EIGHT WERE KILLED IN TIf C. P. R. WRECK AT Sun-kink in Rail is Said' to Probable Cause of the Disaster Ottawa, -June 25.The dead Patrick McMullvaney of County- .An- trim, Irelaiirt, 'agfl 25, sinRle pass- enger to Winnipeg. John Moofiie, of Sunday OrVey, made for the propoRcd i Scotland, aged ]7, siagle passenger marketing company to Farm Products Limited, and to .Iricreane the pijd Tn' capital ttork, throngh solicit at !ou amonp ihoae fanuere and others who hayp exprasseiJ a deelre to aid the project financially, (Continued on page NQRMANNEARLYDROWNED f "rick Bicyclist Had Narrow Escape From Meeting His Fate in Big Rescued by Margeret wiglit hnvft been .a nvfried to -a tomCfly "trV pi actinn of MarRaret "Of- ;r yesterday ailernoon at the' :ition Nat, Van Nonnank the cckless is one ol 'the. usually nble-to-set ou( ot unassisted. The hy-Htintiets atood Vatciung tt'ilhont MispitTdhing an ac- "cidfnf'hut "Miss 'Orter Smew that dinary had- -hjppetieirl, ..and rushed the track edge of .to have hrrn either a loose rail o E pfrforn'iers .appearing before the rand stand race. Ides an .ordinary. bicycle rtnwn a arrow inclitm Iroin ,a height- oi 73 lei't, turns a somersault anil dires uto a tank of water [eet decp.- unual rm niimbc'd the skeleton-like came wort to little platform "at lie lop ol the" incline. Tie rigMcd-hic lacbino and prepared to mount it nd niakr perilous descent that tempting fait. Van Nor- "nan is a frail-looking fttliou- waigh- rig not more that: UO pounds, and in its tights high up in the air he 1 as though a light gust of wind the held ttielr breaths ha coaster! own the narrow planking at a divers company .at tbe and" landed, bicycle i Shows. She told a reporter that ahaif toppled in the river and was n the. rpjitet of the nr.k. He :ould blovi- him He tank. Van Norman was .keeping him- "eHt afloat with ont aun and could not have held up much 'longer.: She plunged iurg the tank Tn Ker street itnrf dragged him but water and up the steep hank witb thft Assistance of tlw horsemen. The crowd in grandstand; not realising that Vau Nor in ah had nar- rowly escapod thought entire performtnco for tbeir amiificinent and shouted with laugh- ter it the of the ponderous Misg Olrer in her clinging clothes. It later developed tfut shfl-.ts- .the world's champion heavyweight diver with the Walter K. chom- lo Calvary. John Tlngg, of Scot- lanct. aged HO, sitigle passenger to Calgary. Mis. Janf Glasgow, Scotland, tO, passenger to -L'd- ntonton. John Peace, ,ot Scotland. agcri 21, single p'asscnger to Edmoa- woman, apparently1' a Jewess, about 45; b'tliered -tn po- iofr to Hunting, 3SS HroarfTvay, Un.iricntificd boy afaouf 8. OnidentifiBd female ahoufr S months old, believed to be grandchild of i.nidentiflrd woman. Eight- dead and ovcc fifty induced Oltnwa. I net Count LANDS HONOR iVm'eetlnr this af- t an was Arthur PonaRp ]a Prairie, as 'Solicitar-Oftr.eral, Another. the Iswie of-a- wrililor ttie neceE- 4, 2300 VOLTS TOUCHED THE. GENERATOR 'J. W. fo ago'' an -electrici an rtc months No, 3 mine, was kilted in Hie Canadian Col- d .iniuced, ]iery. at Rellevuft this morning, tie fataJly, is ,'thc' loll of Kt'KK'oiifptdj-eil as an electrical n .thrrt, mHfs (roni 1 narl itid' "seems bis ami cmnc In Ottawa when tkc genprator. IJe, rf- J'.R: U'innipcfT-lrain left .Ihe tTaelr." c'elyed'2300 volts ir. hts. hodv .ami All the dead accf practically ail injured are emigrants, (ho- Hntiih. Isles. The mslanilv kilied.- The coroner ,s, mostly from I'j-iued Tind ar. inquest will'lilte- fic-Vause of the Mr. Moad was a younR wreck is cot known, it is thought 53 years age-and had man. no re'l licre.- lie'lias a sister, a tuurists, a ninrr and n pullmau car. of the CRTS liunpri com- pletely over and lay on their 3tdcs Jn ihe Ottawa rirer, which is skirted- hv the C.l'.R. tract for tome dis- fancr. H was from those two cars that (he dead were taknn. Dan Cam- eron, tfce conductor on the ilMatcd train, wan in otic of the colonist cats in the. rpjitet of the rhuge I weighs U80 pounds and is TV member e so long in coming to of the Royal Life Paving Society-of he surface again that he must have England. DOC to the bottom, and when he did j The. KharJr nf pniorutji; the water had Appear ho llitew up his hadrfs and tprnporarlly paralyzed Van Norman's 'ant again. j right side, bn) he was entirely Ve- llr. Van Norman can swim ond is [covered ttm morning- PLACING CIVIC INSURANCE i Lcthhridfio mnnioluality carrier in- urance on worth of build- igs, according to tho littod to Ihe'council thin afternoon C, B. Bowmin, trbo n-as an-arded month BSD, the contract ot ro-adjiiat- 3g Ihe cfly'H, Mr. Bow- lan's work wag to prepare a Hat ot city's- Insurance, see that H waa iroporlj- cUsBified and Ensured at rho roper To "do this he bus ii froqnent comrpunfcation with the Undeni-riterd.'AeRooJRTloT] at Win- and hae alsn had several par- eU of property resurvoyed. For doing.this work, Mr, Bowman ;S11 roceive 25 per cent of the total ily's Insurance ?uid he will now nol- prcmiuniB on worth, at- hougb be lost In iho >Tr. Bowman did not the rc- djiifllmenl. Tbst vas un t othe city oitnell. The 7ft per cont was itvlded mong the remainder wfeo bave ap- H In lime for a of the cicv'n flumnoe, hut rho council Ihe fit of tho argnmetit to tlioae ft mm ying Iho greater amount of taxes Hie munlcEpelily. Tha nou- divided as fol- C. B, Bowman Shoflli 4 Wfjion Alberta Loan Co...... Rljiley Co.......... McBeth Agency Freorono, McLcod Go. Lowes Co...... free 6 R V. GibbonE t Co, Wllhle Co......... -Ufjulth Llndtay C. 8. Donaldson Co........... Mltford Co. AJbarta There are one or two others on the Inauranco is renewed on rox. Ins. ..9.000 fl.OOO 5.000 in the act.oE punching ;i ticket. Ht escanerf with dislocate! shoulder, snd was only member of the' A Irani 25 Miles An Hour from thr. sior.'fs told ers onxthc train and bv passen- eye Sumy OF HOGS is Otlawa Paper Says Former Letlv bridge Man May Head Good Roads Commission OUawa.. June In [ho Kvflnlng Citizen, C. A. MagL-ath, of the International .Waterways Coniral-iRion, and a fnniier member of I'arlinmeru for -Mfirtltinc Hftt, IB Elated lor the chairmanehiii 01 a Koyii! rommisslou, soon to be by the Ontario government tn report on the provincial loads W, A. Mcl-ean, chief engin- eer of the Highways branch of thr Department of Publlo Wofkfi, and who is at preaent reprefientlng Onlnrio at ihe Xa- tlonnl Good Roads CongteFs in IjOndon. wilt be another mem- ber. 'The third probably will be a member of Ihe legislature. one who has already evlncoi! an interest in tho movement. Dr. of. Ncmh I-anarX, !E among those prominently mentioned. BUT DESPITE HOODOO RAIN A GRATIFYING TRApFIC HAS BEEN HANDLED what is known in railway parlance CaJgarv. Wlien liv- as a "sun-kink." ing-here be was ucll-known in Y.M.' The train left'here at and circles and had quite a sistrtt of bngRage and mail cars, reputation as a runner, three, colonist, one first Mass, two toco MINERS ON "STRIKE W. -W, Juno ports from Cabin CreoV tortay an- nounced that about a thousand min- ers went OH strike this morning-. N'o disbrdflre hnve been rcportekl. Rnd the men wbo refused to quit work are not "ng moicated. INCREASING THOUGH AND PAT .'BURNS'- LOOKS -FOR MORE NEXT YEAR Pat Burns came up from his much at "Milk River last night and went lo Calgaiy ihw Jijorning. He was very ahonl crop "condil in ivho reside at the McKcllnr the and he .T._ -----1 rurp] just iti (lie rear of the accident oc- currod, (he .train u-as travelling, at the rats of about 25 miles an hour. Chil.lrcn and women in thf cats were waving to people along (he tracici when suddenly the people nenr the bumper crop is assured. The range ncedrrt rain ar.A it en me at tbr right moment. Stock is looking well. Mr. Burns the 'rfcinand foe is still good, And Alberta is not yet supplying enough tn meet the rie- the market, hni he expects If the rain ha4. only been satisfiott (u; stop'on thft fair would hafe Attracted as the exij grounds' hare seldom acid 'he street set a new record. Keen as and Wednesday good days' [or {he, cars. On TueRrfny 7000 were oar- ried, while yesterday fntal went lo Oteii 1500 fares weir col- lected in Ihe. depot hi the grounds. Supt. Ueici has been coinpliniented on the ar ran jem cuts made there In'hao- dltA hig the. jinv-'tiot hcqn restini; over thr at (he fair If is safe to say thai the. record of M.ono.v the biftijest. day's, business everirtone by Ahe.'cars, would Tiav'c been1 smashed. SHOT BY Av CRAZY MAN njtt Cnrrciit, June J. Jtar- tlgan; merchant at Ruuh was shot by an insane -homesteader, nam- ed Tjccklp, who, in his ravings, said Harrtgan had him under a spell. Directors Met and Decided Carry Out Every Detail THE FULL PROGRAM Rain Has Kept Outsidets Away and it is Now Up to Lethbridge ATTRACTIONS TONIGHT H. J. GOODE A Direclor or the Exhibition BEIT II PERSONNEL OF PARLIAMENTARY PARTY SELECTED FOR COM- ING VISIT -.TO'. THE COLONiES. il f. i London, June 26. In connectioo uith (lie tour shortly t6 of CanarJa, Australia and possible Xcvv Southhnid, _ hy HrilisJi njnubprs of parliatnpnt, it is odicially nunouncptl Dial (he following havcjbcoR select- ed Linil Kminctl, Ihc.'Cplan'UI- -nn- der secrrtarj- Lord. WheflieM; I.ocd Hill, Lord (.'isllemain, SlcpUto. CoL- !ins, Sit Hildrcth (.'arlisle. S. Kmrn-, Nactoji Homrr -710'nHW .JlcSlnsicVv Sir .los. Walton.and labor MEOICINE HAT RAILWAY BOARD ORDERED SUB 'WAYS BUT NOT WHERE CITY WANTED' THEM Medicine Hat, June Board of Railway Commission, in "response to a request of the City" Council, wired Mayor Spencer thd afternoon, Iheir decision reflard- "ing the subway, They order a subway for traffic to built on River street, and one for pedes- trian traffic on Toronto street and Main street to' remain open for traffic as at present. Tht' Judgment conios as a tur- prlBB, at the city wanted a sub- way on Toronto and the'C. P. R, at River street. Kline Will Have the Midway Blaze Rain or Shine in WHAT EXPERTS _SAY OF CROPS "It lonks good for the- bumper crop i f nr breaking operations also, and the in the history ot (he. west, I amount, nf' virgin lurried over lions arc excellent. The crops arc during the summer niil somewhat backward, hut this is good Mr. N'aisniith snid Iliat as Tar as growing n-falher, "and therr is an jhe houses saw the car begin (o roct ,am'l un another year the nrnrfuctlon will the train twist. The next ins tail t jhave increased sufficiently to alter years. V there was a crash as tho center the train the rnilK, ani cries of Ih.e injurrri anrt dying. otilhe coTirtilions. HP intimalrd lhat ibe Ibsn price T abiinctannc of innisturt L, Xatsrniffc, C.P.R. dppBrlmenl ol natxiral (eaourcos. "It is fine weather.for crops, t'on- tiitions nrei the whole province- are Cor. the best- harvest of -Hon. Duncan Marshnll, niin- The wiw _ one- of the colonist" remained on tails. The two cars v.-ere rolohiits and and mail cars. I both i! hogs would not drop. v v THE C.P.R. WRECK later. July 1st. Any new Insurance to be placed ivlll bo divided among those firma whoio in loo late lo ha coTLBMsred toda.y. There la 43 more ynap than lauL The cicr flow pays about tn on annual policies toppled, into the river, one turning J oyer twice, while the second simpjy shot off ils truclcs and Fell on its' side. These two cars broke from the 1 otKe-i'i, thr ftrRt class', which follow-1 ed, remainirg partly rvn the railroad bcti wilfa its noj-a pointing toward t angle of about -15 degrees. The. din-1 in; car left the and remained practically in a straight line, white puaw'K. June "very tnat WBS now, in connection the wreck on thft C: P. R. In the suburbs ot yeeterday. Tbers are alpbt deiul( and fifty-three in the hospitals, several.of whom may die. A coroner's Is la proirees. and tbe Railway wlU also gale- Baiting, oJ Winnipeg. the Pullman car, which was last, dead. Is safe, her tinlj' UE front trucks off the rails. Messages aent to thr city' tor help anri in a short lime there were with motor ambul- ancti, riwtors nursfs. erf on pajte As the children. The woman rnltUtan for Mrfi. Bunting WAK Mrs. H. MeMtre, of Krimonton. Tbft'line hat boen clearad for traffic. v R' Urr linn would he in operation as fnr as Fore- most this fall to mftvft the crop in thr. ilistrict. He is greatly jilfaspij to hmr of (lie 'ex- cellent conditions along (re new line. MEMBERS OF FORMER. CABINET 'FOR AN' AUTUMN CAMPAIGN ol agticullurf. Above are. the stotemeritR oi grntleniph who ar> piobhbly in a bet- ter position to i-ive an expert opin- ion OB crop' conditions in tho prov- ince else. They mRchir.efj1 lo irv- touch with con- the whole province- The EtatemenCs were- made to-the Herald this mqruing, NJr. Marshall and ".Mr. N'atsmith tiavjng come down, from CaJgtry last night, to attrml. the lair. Discussing in the prov- ince generally, >Ir.. NaismJtli said that the'.spring wheat in some sec- tions of. the south wouM not fill so wol} as'it would-haTe, there been Sjdner Fisher, lion. mart? moisture during "the (Irst of tbe Hon. U'. S. Prcderick month. Only a few districts arc ,af-1 Borden and MacVcnzlt 'King attended ftcted- The Rrain'. will fce'fine andja conferpnt'e heM today, in thr office pliimp, hiu tbe.'heads will be shotl. 'of Sir Wilfrid Laurier in thp parlia- Ooe noticeahle "ihiap. remarked Mr. N'a.iimitb, ib the very. Urge ampuot of this year. The in- rrease will he nearly fifty per cent. nther years. This is considered Ottawa, .June number prominent Liberals, including Hon. "The fair tvill be open tomorrow full A gnod card of races beeji for. The Jttoclc pnrada- will occupy the atage iu (our o'clock. Kline's slidu-fi ivtll be doing at every stand. The- management the tiiuenn of I.ethbrtdge to ob- serve (MUzun'H Pay holidny by attRnd- Ing the-biR exhibition." The iibpve vaa Riven out ,t three" o'clock it con'oiusion of ihe special dtreclor> lo con- sider wbal IB to be done in the face of evicting L'ndriurued by tho adverse weather- conditions ibo fair managemenl is go- lo do Its The ivJiole shon- IB being held in- tact. The race card for tomorrow will'be up in suit-the iveatber. If tho trjick IH-so muddy, thni .the harness eventn rartnot he pulled off, cart! ot iHinriinR 'races will be. put on, so-that i life fins will have a good n ban's'sport. The ratdwiiy win lie The' attractions in front of the grraadBtan'ri will bo staged according to schedule. The slock parnde taVe place At four o'clock. Tbe sbott' n-lll RO Rhend, rain or ehine. Here's hoping it ablnce. OM fiol anrt one Pluvious etagetl life-sued scrap PI noon today ibe de- cision tjeinf; renrfeied in favor of J. P. for tbe timei Mr. Pluvious and are two geutlomen, who have the FRV in rttroctiog weather nian. -Yesterday J, Piuvloiis "gained Hie. upper hand io tbe detri- ment, of Southern Alberta's big (Ion, n nd reigned auprome throughout the afternoon and even In K, precipitat- ing to. the extent of .75 inch during (he apell. But. at noon, Rol butted in, and though lie made itrenuoug cftorts In break through. hEs smiling coun- tenance U-.IB gloomy. Rafn pre- dominated during tbe afternoon. Et ?ecmB hardly right tor Southern Albcrtans io call the rain a Jinx, .bnt At this time 1-ethbridg-e I? rattier to consider it in the "light of a kill-joy. There Is no doubt About; the rain did to the fair yester- day afternoon. A nlco crowd of spec- tators wns bnginning to the grounds during the afternoon but. tbe rain at, tbroft o'clock put a itoj> lo their otherwise good intentions, and gloom was in evidence during maliHter of day. Last night Jup- (tpr had a slrnngle hoUJ on everything- tn thft fair. The race irrvck IB a ien of mud, but is welt drfttned, there Uttlo lying anywhere. Tbo' program' for today was called off early In ,tho" morning. However, with a little aim, and a drying wladh thft irmnngonient expects lo be able to stage a good" for Cl'izonB1 Day. Jt vlU be w- ra.Qged to auk w eatber, on the jood nature of the lltlle rain god, But ttr somethlnK" doing: nil time at the grounds tonight, rein or no rain; that fs, tinier It poura, Hon. Duncan M'arehall, ralnifitar-.'ot aiTlved In ibe city fropi Edmonton night, coming down from Calgary with P. Nalfimitb. He spent the forenoon at the grounds in company with Hon. A. L, McLean and W. F: Stevens, livo mock sloner tor'ihe province. He WAS" pleas- ed to npl'e tbe entries of live' stock, nr.d believes It aupirs .well tor ihe future of the Industry In the province. buildings. No official was given out, but it Ms imderatoort that preliminary arrangements -.were inadft' Cor Sir Wilfrid l.anricr's pro- "i posed tour m (Jnlarjo and in t sign. The1 wet weather i; good I tha auwimn, MURDERED A BA3Y Winnipeg, .'line Cyril Pople was found hy a iury'lo- day of tbe murder of the three immtbH ehIM of Eva Willis tno deliberation. Willis ITBE remind- ed io.ihe fall aislzes, _ ;