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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Till? LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Monday, October 13, 1013 The Herald Wants Regular Correspon- dents at Raymond, Coleman, Bkirmore and Grassy Lake Write News Editor UNITED STATES WILL NOT TOL- ER4TE FOUL PLAY WITK IMPRISONED DEPUTIES MANY SMALL CRAFT WERE WRECKED AND NEARLY ALL DROWNED inivty.to the Mexico depu- ties now under airesl- i II has httn icll entirely 10 Mr. The gis-il tie. schcoutr I'rinress. Ocl. At a luii- wrerkeit the Leach at Caff I'rir.if ,filMn ui.tn ht'ie yesterday ty the (Canadian club to Postmaster parcel; Sir 'Thomas o! Wales. Tvro were drovinej. Thf gasoline schooner Sea Wolf, t 1 i'.a's Jisnet'cn whctLer If ports gasolir.e schooner Khtfno is a president el the Pacific uil- itlaiu to Mexico City t-j imrr.-is total wreck at Kalooch Hay, Siirria. way, S2fj tt that otter lltit- Itos? upon th; Mexican author- Hour missing. It is beliend all were ish raVnct ra'.u stcrs R o-t J follow iitles. but I'lufjt O'Shaugl-ctES) drowned. -Kskln.os say ths Klsufr.u Samuel's example, end Lecomf -jo- 'bcfn diiectrd to address In I was abandoned leiore she struck. first.handed with (.'sniilian i Ihe minuter of foreiir relations ami] The Sea tt'clf sighted tl-.f ivtcckfd editions and Canadian He it plam'tlnt'lh- I'n'ted jsvhoorrfr liaiy al I'ritce rf Wales, thoujht some method shwld be j auailus "Tie gravest inipcrl ;scc" tone! reports many olbc-r sc-hoor.crs trolrtd by which the poverty strici- tie airfst ol the deputies fnJ with launches and dories anl (n closes.in Grtal Britvn the Southern Allerta's soil and climate keenly interested in whit will be oliwr small boats, slrtivn along the large vacant spares in tfcf Dominion Siberian afcd AlabV'an coisls. C. P. R. TRACT OF IRRIGATED LAND IS ATTRACTING AT- TENTION IN GOLDEN j STATE should te brought into vital ThPjrc scarcely a speech in which the iuipe-iialism was not with a treat ioll to tie letter He d {bat social conditions ol ,ih? vario'Js secticui o' the- empire jsho'-'W be if discontent I leading, to disloyalty' rould l-c pre- RUESIAN EXPEDITION MADE DIS-1 ii-nted, but he tho'Jzlil impef- !s even ittr.ictlnt larmeis anii-rar.cn- their fate. men in tbf (Jeiffer. Statt. Tbe Crst Pr-iident Wilson UMd callfis lodsy jisriy ol prospectivf rcllleis arrived itjt tl.c prrsjiit stale of frc-m Los yesterday inorninK laiij, he not tee how a cor.siitu- Bncl were drives cut-to lie C. V. II. .tional election be hrld-inMexi- jirocerty of the cltv this morn-, co. lar.as.ike imscrdiite policy ing In company wilh 1.. A. th; c( (f.e roiteJ States is coac-'tned, ii compaav'E ajer.t (T; Sjn aid was maic pbin ly 1'icsidenl Ici- ronsisted cf Mi. 'R Weymillei, Ms day that U.e-rc tc no vife acd son and daughter. Mr. from the criminal posUion that the was agreeably Khea Mexicans sbould settle their o'.vn at- ft; sietjtti c! train at fairs. ioridse. He expwteJ to find tte prai- there were no pbns for an increai- lles covered with ssow but inslciil, ed auj.ntci r.i American warships ia fouc'ii that the climate at'this liir.c Mexican waters.' o: year is not raueh diStrent trom The pract'cally Iliat in his own state. He is an oid had abaarioscd all el seeing' an and H he puichasis electipn pr treating any lurther withj land ia tbis district will iclo the Huerta as an individunl. Tbere is a'the Arctic ocean vasi received by the I .Hre slock buslcnss on a disposition in administration circles; Russian admiralty today in a biiel 1 -Hr.CtoSE states that several part- to tlic course o! erfnts with) official wiiefcs report Irom Co3i-1 bi in CsSilornia are -coatemivUtiDg the tope that. the'taUic-321 lir.es sojmar.der Wilkitsty. ot tte loeatinj IB 'Alberta within tte teii tightly will be drawn as to hchu ;Navy. j r, ar.d a great many bare their about a natural adnJstn-.eat without] The land eifecds in a narrow strip WILL HELP SCIENTISTS THE St. IVieisburg, Oct. lion of tte ol tew land iilisin should tc jiUen some otactic- al form while' ihfy participattd in the empire they had. There were responsitilit'es attach- ed to those advantages which tbev on the C.P.R. lands ic this dis- outside interference (Uttrict. iTp LARGELY INCREASE CAPITAL Hamburg. Gerniasy, Oct. of the Hamburg-American AMOUNT OF. .SEED PER ACRE Tte amount ot seed to sow per acre IE as folloprs: Alfalfa, 5 to 15 jxMmtls, broadcast or'drlll: barley, S to JO :s; blue grass. 26 'brome announced today that they la M en. to tecreise the capital of the, clom_ oats. 2 1o by The peas 2 Dusbel; red.iop, ten Is to be submitted to the clock-' to at a ipeclal 1s e'. due to a luge iacreaie in the busbei; peas, Ibs.; rye, 3 to 6 perts; beaDs, oaf ounce equals 2000 plants- carrot. canal, and for the efitabllsh- ttent" of a new Oriental service. TO EMULATE. CANADA His.; leltOce, 3 equalling 1-3 ounce to 59 feet of millet, 1 to S.pecks; o'nibns, 5. equalling H ounce to of X.S.W., Oct. Senator' 8 lo 1.3 bushel, po- fronraboursixly miles norlh o! C, also' known as North- east Cape, tte northern termination of Ite Asiatic continent to 61 dcirees north. Tbs admiralty expedition on board the trar.scorts. Taimyr a-.d Waiugktch, left-Vladrisiet in -Uily last and surveyed the coisl from Kolyma (o Cace Connoandcr is a son ol tbe who died last year. He wanted'to go west' to the Hiver Yenesci to ivtnter, but met n'ith solid ice and on this account .in a northerly .direction, wtere he discovered land 'extending for 200 nautical milfs. The expedition was" then compelleil by tbe'ice' to return-toward the e" Millcn, mlnlattr of defence, has pro- tubers yer 50 feet of row'; pumpMus, a fos.; radisli; 10 aplaacb, 12 feet; poised to provide a hilt at. Bisley, siui- Itar.lo tie Cnns'dian hut'aad alsd pro- ounce to 60 yearly subsidy tor the visiting sguash, 'HJE. to 6 Ibs.; turnips, 1 team, instcid o! an intermittent H ounce to 50 feet of as hilherto. j Ian Harder. TWO TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES. north, loL'itutle 118 cO east, thty "ountl the diaries antt doctmcnis oi the-ill-fated expedition under-. Uaton Toll, which-was-lost in i-l900. discovered The expcditioas .antler HarojT Xor- Jotil Fridt-jof Xar.sen and Baryn passed Ijetireea' Cape'Tcheiyus- the r.ewly 'tiiscoTtrpd ritliout noticing The discoterj of the "land is tied as having {he 'import- Beanftt Island1 76.-10 ant heaiinz en ice Sea. in tie REAL ESTATE. MAN GUILTY OF SHOOTING' HUNTING PAL SEVEFlELV PUNISHED P.-ince Oct. S fWlie.' who lasl' week acddenlallj shot and C. M. Turn cr, loth, of tils city, while on a shoot and his shooting': llcecse cancelled and he.Ss.debirVed'from snooting to ten.years, by Royal Northivei ilouuted Police it'lhls JKjInt. reaf estate men, 4nu.lh tragedy oecurred'-k few-mites from tti city, when on'the bac seal of moving- shot a a. -rabbit.' Turiierl'-who' was -in front getting lit 'full ..th' shotgun in Ibo-rieck and head, i.: .'Thls'convlctiDh" la under the provisions law this year by which tny' person shooting another is made liable both to this fine and cancellation of his "shooting privileges. DETECTIVE CAPTURED SPOTTERS WHO VMS BEING SPIRITED AWAY BY 'CONDUCTORS M'Mil I AN nrATH uriiiiLLnn ULnin NOW ?EE WHAT HAS BROUGHT UPON r. -WOOD'S DONq.1'BURY THEIR "HORNS SapeinJendmt Eartlctt'a and Some Scientific Sportunnt That venerable tradition of the forest that the deer bory the boms they- shed each spring la bedly by a discovpry made by Superintendent W. Bartlett of Alcorquin national puk of Canada. It was., one of the traditions ncccnted by naturalist: and nature fakers, one of the impeccable sort But 'deer -do'hot painstaki-igly. infer their cast-off eat 'eml When this 'discovery his bee'n cenerally 0. K.'d it will be "finis" to one of the mysteries of the forest primeval, one .the superstitions best cherished by Uiosy red or white skins, wearing moccassins ot ipec-. taclfs', .who r.qwat'ays camp on Uie trail of. tilenature faker. .The preparations for the fall and winter sports in the great park of Bquare miles caused the 'dis- covery. .They are never too never so engrossed with the hunters or. with the snowshoeing, Bt'eclnE and the rest to miss the natural history leisoii as it is taupht in .the woods. day a gfintlemiin from Washington Balking with me in' tha -v'no3j fount! fine cf horns." relates a'rhap'of the park oulspread. "We marked them and spot where they lay. It was months before'I went to the spot nearly -winter, and- mtined was up a. ten-inch section of niain stenrof a deer's horn, ona endtof which .tooth.marks precisely like the marks made by a beaver on the end of a Joe. The squirrels eat ..rjo'..wonder .that, they rarely ever tre found.although numbers shed escn ;rear run Into many Algonquin the nnmbers'after each winder run into many thousands. 'This is not'th.1 only tradition which Superintendentl-Bartlett has shattered. With his ereat erf woods and mo'JntalriS to him diity bt learned not'to cloabt iEAay 'In-' ertdiblo" stories cf what the'wild anunaU'wiirdo.' An loq-joEt into the deitb of the lalu Andrew McMillan, who -me tilled at the Coliieriea, -n-M.heia thin afternoon at the bar- tacSci, hefore A. B. Humphries, cor- OQfr. A Jury consisting of Messri. A. Ralltm-Camlw, II. A. MoKlllop, RoSt. T. .Man., Oct. J MeLcoil. Sam Jones, Wm. Byrom apj an aulomoWio on North atrett, j Hugh Scott was empanelled, and tbe almost lo lha city limits, Canadhn I evidence of several rains employees .Northern Railway detectives shot up) heard. the ffres under the pursued car, and then kidnaped a spoiler who had evidence again.st fourleea-pouductors ftv "knoc'uiiig down'' farea, aitd was tielng hurried out of the city. Tec spotter Is being held, and give 3gatnst the durHors, probably in Keglna, when the I trial comes up. putting Bpotter after j on anu no iniortnition agftinsl the men, .Itty finally got a new spot- ter, and he succeeded in gelling the John Allan, a companion driver, was on the track behind McMil- lan's car. told how he had diecove.-ed deceased ben'elth tho car, lying on .Ms back, unconscious Tslth hrjlses about heal. As there were no eyewitnesses to Ihe accident, It was a difficult iraltc.- to arrive at the actual cause of Mc- Millan's fall from the car. Dr. Gslbnith pave tho rcaulis of his examination to the jury, lie found a fncture at the bajte of the WHEAT SHIPMENTS Winnipeg, Oct. tola! ID pcctlons 'at Winnipeg for Saturday nd Sunday were cars. Ol hcse cars of bushes irh'eat. Receipts at American ports for same period .were: Dululh cars, iitinea'polls 714. There are In sight for inspection oday cars. necessary evidence. But 'the con- ,.nidl. he ihojghl, mult have resulted doctors found out atiout him. and ap-1 from tho heart coming between tro t'-'oached him. They offered him JaCO to set out of Ihe cily, which he ac- before attempting; to leave the city, he Hie con- ductors, and told Cnk-f McDonald, of Ihe Canadian Northern Hallway police about wiiat was to happen. Xo verdict had reached at the time of going to press. FSineral arraneenents have been made for tomorrow at two o'clock from Fettarly's undertaking parlorn Itc.v. Canon MrJIillan, of SI. (.'yprian's Church will conduct the service.. THE U. S. INCOME TAX. Atwut of the nw United States income tax will be lericd on JAnit-rJcan expatriates sad American jwomeo who have married foreigners and tre living abroad. A list of the fovtur.es and probable tax follows: William Mrs. Hnlph Vivian (Mrs. Marshall O. Countess Szcchcnji COIadys Van- cf P.oxVjrGhe (.May Ocslot) J f.. flfurt od lefl It wearing- the new-FhsJe w.ne-puivle. Terry Alrvt brocba Tntt on the Is In ratlr.e dc Sagan (Anna. Svondrr-Clay (Paulino NO LIQUOR ON TRAINS Colnm'mi. 0., Ocl. and aftci .Vovenvbcr J. no Ihuor will fiervei on railroad dt'nlng carj In Ohio. N'oth ing sl7onser than grape Juice 'ill found on trays ol negro waltora. Voi 'may kick ai! you but then will ho "nothing doing." Attorhtl General Hogin has found that the con stltution forolds movfng saloons an: consefiuently has.instructed the" nfal Ilijuor commission to issue n iScenaes 'o railrcsi! cCmf.ar.iCE for z Ing "wet Toronto, Oct.; Oct- 13; Mayor today issce'i a summary