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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. SIXTEEN PAGES Alberta. Salunlay, Odobcv 25, FIVE CENTS. Number s'ick Taitinger of CiaresKolm Carried Off Honors for Bavley and Arthur Pcrrey of CaidsUm Headed List With Oat Showed Up Well Okla., Oct. !l. Fuirfloll) reports Judging at (lie IJryKan.1- TREMENDOUS '.r IVipus'iuMji partially completed. Canada lias received awards iu Feicn of tho twenty siwesrpstukcs open to the wrld. Paul t'.crlF.cli, Allan. ;td Maniuls ufot-al, sets the Ituraeh- Threshing aacliine tor best busbcl wheat. INTEREST IN I THE PREMIER WILL SAY ABOUT ULSTER Engineer. Arthur Grace Yie'.ds to Solicitation of His Many Lethbridge Friends P. H. Rice of Winnipeg Closes Contract With City to Erect Plant and Elevator to Cost Exclusive of Site and Processes Ti.c silc stinted for tlir. industry JBANCHER BELIEVES IT TO BE' Within lfss iban 2 year FARMING tu iluc Co.. ucJ r the "__'_____ IMI.IC oi vhc I.cthbridgc, .vpur, levins to the coal r Co, l.ld. jiuinfs. 'Die site includes IllucV .ionics Fuller, who npcralfs ,..reljn% Of to Cuylar.J an-.ouuts to-r.farly lour acres. .Nick Taltinger, Claresliglm, Alia., 60ta two hundred and at Lauyhank tontehl, nai asially contest and at Uie eami-sl C-.iMenm rsncli across Uilly Itiv-' a Coinnis- Tlir is onc choic.tst i iL.nnH nl a nu'iibw o! fiie-ide i'l cr is oi the opinion that jioaad lav.s .nuiiiuuu sites in LctWindgt cnitne for Ihe best bushel of barley. Wa will to his y.ihUc Srould U aLolhted tern, Kin- Ttwy 1 Ior januers .prin- F. J. JUminan, Kltros, Sask.. gets tbe McConnick binder for the best i since I'aittauttnX rose. is a tro- 'f worlia hl that city. HI3 lfr ii'.ontfcs, from Nouiut-cr 1st a proposition on i highways leading in all London. Oct. Medicine Hot, Oct. M. tirace has dropped out o( the mayor-': oi 'Ihe site is to car traTisCDrtaiioij Io t (merest In advance. 'A plain statcm-nt bcre considered him Jo'.m TUIKC5, Carndutt. Sask.. ?5U.OO lor the Icsl bushel ol lias. stat'on, to fhsloMl passingr pellet) _-..-_ _----- It is ctrtaitt tt'il) not cO'.m-! caroc (0 Medicine Hal as rtiiet cnem- jau. js. Cnforctd in the winter, and malely. Ciclusive ol" thtsltej Vndcr. the contract will! the city, tcnante the iireposterous iiroposal to eer me. Suutlwru Aluccta n-ould stfter if it. wete. and n'rotcstci. Mr. Rkc to] the I.rthbriisc I'lant is sccutcd-'in V }UITE A BUNCH SET DOSY.N FOR UP AN OIL BOOM Mcdicice Hal, Oct. -ifiit was made" this atlwnoon that considered a o! -ii, was discovered while boring loc .as in'the .vicinity ol Medicine Hat. tlrVa'dy tojipsmts sre being organiz- il to bortjtor oil, and conr.dcn'ccpie-. Winnipeg, Oct. 25. The Manitoba Gazelle annoancss the appointment of Kollcitur- General Meiiihen as King's, counsel. i '.'r ft> I i partition Ireland." remarks the Daily Chronicle, "but we will not be sur- Tifrised if he indicates that the rov- J'i eminent In to'provide substantial additional guarantees for v jafesuardlng of Ulster Protest- ants." ails tfcai it to in- largo Tlis Hoard ol Trade is plaining for Med.icke-Hat day, >hcn a jnitcj will to citizens .through.; c iiiduslriai.-section'of ibMii acquatnled with that part the city's' dCTClopmenf.. -It is ex- over a thousand people will isle in the trip.- V Several largo suils Ior damages before the supreme court v] in .tfic civil 'court vtccV, 1 .Sergeant ct the c fotcc, is'suing'; Ior'.5il52 for rynglul in which .F.e iutctfsting police matters ate F. tr. Korster is suing lor damages .from the, city ailing a street so as to leave oynly IwetVty'fecl in the air. abolished., I proceed at once with: tl.c cnletprisc j Mr, Fuller camf in from ihe Cam-' ar.d guarantees to c'on.uletc the cxm- Jereu ranch yutnday, and reports jsuuttion aiid to open the plant for tliat'nis Mexican cattle iccentlr 'im- jlicsincss btiote Sevttmbcr 1st neit. prairie j The capacity oi the .''elevator will be bushels. MinijT ''.j.: Governor General Arrived Back An Interesting Coidially V' -f BUDGE M MR, TO RUN BEQUEST FOR 'PINKHAM- COLLEGE.. Ixwdon, .Oct. ham's Collese at probes' his wlleelloti .of statement: bf'Ws position at h.aVf- Mr; .'.George''iK Halch. "an- nounced today (bal in response Io their'etjitcst of in any frietida decided outsiders will, pass throiieii- the doors is problematical. U his wIII bo a imndreflrniaybc mote, When iirst itiooted. 230 delegates -naa tie expectation, but Uie proviucial executive linve Vnken jiower (o thoms'olves to call twot Black- is suing the Genml Hos-I conTenUoll6; amVUiCTe be OPEN BRANCH IN NORTH Ul for to hit heW in Edmonton, obviating the ne- 0N MONDAY ii.'c in IhAt institution, John for any one the nortlil .ulli is string ilie AHierta Clay Pro-1 ft0ulh'. Mr. -I. L. Alexander, the xts for. on atcouat of in-. 6ta'r 6i rirt, leceivctt. Several cases.arising t of real eslale UansacUdns-ivJll sfl lie heard. speaker. Is also.lo be featured In Calgary, all ol which means that there -Kill hardly he more than one hundred outsiders -If there oro more, so.much the belter. T-tie IfllBB-f MH, Bi-ETCHER ACER MAN- any blare or flourish o! trumpets, N'orth Le.lhbridge seta long sought bsnk. On Monday' morn arid entered an automoDife IB in ivaitinE, and AUegids lite tiieft'of a at Wm.'-ll.' Peebles" arrest-ot J- FIslier. TJie use of the famous Kice malting pro- cess. %vas% Driven ted by, anil which is contr'otfed by Mr. Hire. M'alt manuiactufed the rice proVesV is" rehoVn'cJ fur ly a'mTiiom the begin- ning' has CQinmaJitictl the- Melient prices in C'atiadian and foreigu markets'.' Mail is1 i' itroiJirct 'of barley. The maUiRg' juuceSs'i'Qiiihls in the cott-' vctston ol Ihe starch oi the bailey corn into' tiiaslacc' ofs-agac the IrceAking'of'Ifce'jjraim of tfce ntoaf ancient Mall is .ll.c princijial basic element inHUe vlaegari- grain -alcbhpi, inatt extravt, malt larjiii. Organized at Good Meeting vaticty oi prepaicd noh-alco? lic i yir, K "II- llk'c csir.e_to Winnipeg Iiolic iliiuks, iriciiicines, ale, beer, porter, H tvcnty-nv6 rfllepayerSj, one sect'ibu ol ihe atich A distinct Impression." of warm drnes for municiinl cautlidatcs at a meet- ing BIX weeks before the day of-elcc- ftom Chicago, Illinois, fn 1910, he EstabltshsJ MR. first ia-CaaadaV.-rTJic.- Winnipeg industry; jihicJt is know A-as the "Rice.Malting C'onipany" has operated to Us 'lull capacity from live begintiing, itig 7QO.OCO'husli'cls of malt" annually. .The natural "ffsfiurccs of the Canadian Pacific railway has likewise manihsled a sympathetic in- in tho sn lion, what will all the-tatepwrs do) for when thu middle of 'xhe campaign-is jstii'-ction'of .Malting ,'plant in reaelitd. That Is llie.tliuiiglit arising .Lethbridjc have licoi negotiated hy :c. ,v, i Bti, P. H. Hto1. is Io take out or the meetrag of the South Uth; Pie of, vrlir eslend h slid Stanilard o. Canada md MMOr Droi.ln. welcome and homes arc being ojenad; on i3ltl Sl-- Premier Worden MorniBlly welcom- Ireely for 'the enlertalnmcni of .the Adams mock, I3ih St., it is un- .td hMV to Canarta> md wiih this morn' governor of tbe province ot Quebec, ing a( police-court and Ilic casts was accompanied by Captain Victor rcroanited until Monday; -Fisher nl- lier, The inspection of j iegeg; that he "can" proiluue witnesses Ihe'winter quarters lasted fifteen wllo 6ncftr {ijat he was Given per- minutes; and H.K.R. then returned to the Ebirrets to breakfast before leaving for Ottawa, Al halMwBt Premier _ and-Han. L. V. PelleCler came fte s p 0. c bu( WM to tliVdacV, and ther-weio tollowert by Sir Francois LaTigriicr, Sir r bridge Katopaj-ers1 aBsocialitin In tne school las', tnight.. mission to tftke the vehicle. TliV.scrap to evolve into i battle tctiveon of the city. Mr. Peebles a suesls. Quite a numicr are coming' derstood. ttora Calsarr, and tt Is iiopsd thatj During I t the week Clias. DC La Taber, Jfeoiclre list, p'tanic, one of the bank's Inspectors has been In tho city rrotii "iVlnripcg making Arrangements for the onen- trMiunccioTi' -rr, 1 Delegates art to- bo entertained on ol Hie branch. With Mm tvas 5UIS EVANGELI6TA SEEMS TO Harvatd tliai lB ami; Mr. Bletclwv wbo comes from Cal- BEAR .UMBHAGE BECAUSE breakfast aro to So provldotl fiec. pin. gary us locAl_ manaser of Ilio Hlvcr, Maclebd imrt other sonth- will be well He coar A CASE On a charge of sending letters r.Tittt-'nlng the inyrder of hotlj mcln- rs o( (he Hrm of Palmer ft Unr- .-ind 16 Judge lornierij- ,-t (.'ourl nt Lfetiibritlgo, Ixjtils net and supper will have to be taken', It is atout four yemo since the liui town. To tnafce this as conv.ritcntjVAess meu of N'orlS Lellibriilje find a i pojslWe tlic J.adles'. ol WMleyj batik near the'.r doots. "Then church have arranged to serve and aa tbe contention meetings are to ic hritl in Knos'diurcli the "olnws room" will he o.ulte cc-'nvenicnt. The meals Vrili be served on Ihc Araert- plan, and the nittl-day meal will Union Hank' opened a (lib-office ,but oficr tlie real estate tlvc. doora of the Institution were clOKed. Since then the Iiuslneaa of Uu.- street ha? been gtowtng by leaps and 50 cents. are expcclcil to arrive on tho afternoon train on Jleredny, anil (Contintica on page anelldt.1, on Ilallnh .p'oyol at No. 5 mine, com- ttnA Jor trial morning, ;onie monlbs ngo Mrs. Kvnngetlala her husband for nlimony. .lolin- ft KHcMe anil 1'nlm- S ilefendcil KvanBellnta. Bui to in court, and !ir WlnlcT, who nas stlttn? on too Sim judgment to Ihfc plainliff livfaiilt of tho defendant's appsar- In I'on of this gootls were seizecl, and sold j..iy the alfi.iony. n tUo defendant wrote Ictlora to Palmftr ime to Juclgo Winter If gociis "ere hot relumed, r tone of the loiters was decMedV 'itof, and Boomed to Indicalo tnal mstter' wliore the rcdiilents went, ,lh overfalto Ihom. warranl. was onl by .1. R. !mer, of tho new firm ot Palmar ft am! B-.-angcllsIa was .ar. at lietlw on llio loth'of. OclO' Beigcnnt McBrayno. 'llo an-'. frienJs of her brother .with, whom j irrf betote Und.My Ihljjllvert, made statements injurious to having ticcn rociaririca sever-1 her. She Dto licoils of, malchcs and tln.cs divetopments. Hoiiltal In'tonttla .wm. 20 .ililcd' sencllnsr tho kllerii, and j ot ngo nhil tiimo'hsre trtni and Do Vlanle made the ctatc- inente while herB Uiat H Mas oiio o] the heat openings In the west. he "other distinguished visitors spent the tlnie until the train started In conversation 'with the royal party. Their Boyal Highnesses M the pleasnie it gave tlrem to be hack in Canada again, and Premier liorden gave special empliasis to lie afleclion in wliich CanaSlans held the and their Joy that her health wss now so much belter tlian ivheii 6lle left here, "A few minutes after nine tho royal-Tarty Ml the steamf.r and walked across (lie C.P.H. slictt to where the special V.'ain was in waiting. Ar.couple ol hnniired people were present.'as well as a police guard. w> ilcr1 the command o! Captain Trudel. There was no demonstration. expelled for voting for a labor man. J. Kisher ig a member, of'tile S. ot C. and the buggy Is'also alleged to havo been UEtil another promin- ent member of (lie. parly. BRAKEMAN INJURED Wtillo cngascd in discfiarec o: his duty as conductor of the was freight eastbonnti this morning, Ceo Stevenson thrown from tfio pilo of a locomotive at Tuber, sustaining a but not serious injury to Jiis toot. The direct cause ct '.tie injury a rise of ground on tin "V" Vracfc, which tnusc-il Wni io tos liis halancc and lie svas brough to I.c'tttbrWse on' .1 srecial aw the. hospital. Mr. Stavcufon jiist -recently from the el fccts o( a Mil frora-n tar. PEEESIS SAO CASE OF-AUtTRIA-N QIRL IN MEDICINE HEADS OFF MATCHES Medicine Oct. Mac- Kolinic, an Austrian girl, in thfs-coun- try about Elflocn tiled IhU r.cnt al WastilBglon will 'Ific rwnll il lire. European government might considci tfct. pro- visional government ntskahle. IVII.IT IIOKS THIS J10VK MKAN Vcra Oct. Ocr.wal Ktlis Diaz today received a morning; She was worried because- cf Mexican gOTciwnent to her position as.kltchen help In a ana nefause. -the cj ,hc Mcra) forlrlal. Ihrco Col. Mwuel Vtdaurr.iinga. SEcrt- Ifcc Mexican mlnistct Mclycd ticrc on a specinl tiain .tvitti the irjvitalion, wttkh vaa prACtically nh o'rdpr lor Diaz to accompany him to Mexico Citiy i by President HUM fa. Jen Wtfijoh fthe.UiUtn1 Sfatts- m Cnl. Viriaurrazaga bore are not. such as -posslhl dcfs (o arrest Ofneral Dial was not and Ilia Dial did dclivtr'a foimal negative answer to when illr tht f; Hiierta's Irvitatton. Ihemstlres bccn Huerta's letter !b to come Ttie l ftgrct- eshls hcrcth; to the fcdctal capital Imnitifiately j any sfgnVbf ill-feeling should ha }i. nice, jr., has already la'Kc-n no his in 11 was oalv a preliminary 6ktrraiSh, and will tave.chirgc: of 'tlie ainstiixluin at the plant and the Jt H it was a foretaste ot what, to ,th6 neu. peel'later, wlral win tlic real t'lt- ? LethhridEe Itato- ____ .is not so strons u aa that o! North Lflth- ridge, but it to become older, and The Alberta corporaiion, to' he known as the ''I.clhbtiilge, MLcrta, Plaiting is being incorpor- ated with an authorized capital of all of which, will be issued as paid up. On the reirutsl ol a num- reotens to play an imiioria.nt jail in of.loio! invtstors SSO.'ODu c! ths be coralns-r.impaljn. i capital stock has tacn alloUei to Uv' moms racelins %vas a sort of subscribes, and "A is expected There .vere about that at lc5St of prJcni: .Ibsy talked and compaoiy mil to r- oted: drey showed a mile flghv, they Un't' decide tliey vaali sup- ort a slate or not; they elected offs- ets and went away' on ins undcr- lan'din? that they would have another ad '.i larger meeting, some on page Officer EStcW The oWcers tor .fhs- cowing Damson. SecrelMy-lreasurcr-S.W.-Tirciiv.-clL Executive Mtaofor.l. .1. Scott, W. 11. Carpiater, v. Donaldf.Oii n.nd Davidson. Altl S'Mtth and jtayotalty-HMirant .overine at the meeting.last jight, the tnvnw.7, he saM; to walcai nnd latter presum- ably (o sec tiie laml Isy, Ihoush ho not Vsy. .Vclthcr ot them made a tnecch. Cannes" .ect-hea ,irc tabooed tor Ilic prcssnl. fo Work Union Hours The mcclins 'lid not flgrfdc whether H 3twM by c tinenlmOHS vote th.u members ot '.he association would; not s-iprott any canJUat'p; >vno would not piedee to his wbolo lirae to Ms position, St i elected.. ina not actively ctigajo in otter bijsln a.long cnaslon tn this matter, but'on a. mo- ENGINE 1S BHINO IN- VENTED BY MILITARY MAN IN PARIS his own pitsll.e an well as dlspla'jtd in tcgaid to the sH that of the Rovetnn ent." atioti- It Is 'pointed .ml by officials was written' in affectionate :inat 'Krig'taijdrlikc other powers, tc- and bore no resemblance to an icognixcd' Provisional President, Huet- command, f ;ta hccaosc, slic.iiclleved.him to te the criUtai'sjtu- 11V. .TALK-. alie still bplds that ;tbn, Xejicw Sioa.- j tlon to ttmt effect betng ptit by and Rev. jic- .nwe'ling H stool on lh% matter. AUuman. Wvcrlng had something to on the question, and hla was clcurljr delincd; A. Pointed Mr. Lovirlng, if were slectcJ as Mayor, would yon dti- 'contlnue your rrattlco as a doctor?