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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta .VOLUME VI. TEN PAGES Lcthbrldge, Alberta. Thursday, September -I. CENTS Kumliev 224 OF MUFF'S 1G1P.IN Work on Line from Moose Jaw Westward to be Rushed SAYS ENGINEER President Chamberlain is Anx ious for the Line lo he Built Grace! TrunK Pacific oil have Mtdlcine Hat, Stpt. of Police Sullivan, of Redcllff, IE s'J'- pended pending Investigation In- to charges preferred agalnit him arising cut of the recent arrest o' Fire- Chief Turner, for attempting lo bribe Sullivan to allow him to run a disorderly house and gamb ling den. The Cornell was Inclin- ed to keep Chief Sullivan In office till after the investigation, but citllens petitioned lor his removal. DEMAND- FOR Three Hundred Men Could Have Been Given Work by Em- ployment Agencies Some Districts in Sas katchewan Delayed by Recent Rainfalls NO FROST YET Good Reports from Around Re is in Progress Point Raised by Himself Views of a Retired British at Deportation Hearing at Coalicook AN "ADJOURNMENT In Order Thal'the Ppinl Should Receive Jerome Wails Army Officer Visiting This Cily LIKES THIS DISTRICT C. P. R. Settlement Policy Wi Mean Much lo Our De- velopement Medicine Hit, Sept. Gil- bert Hunt Co., of Walla Walla, Wash., manufacturers of iftfl machlncE and like machirtry, propose creeling a half-million dol- lar plar.t here, and only arringe- mcnt o( details remains. The company will have thtlr plant in months. Vlanuel of Portugal joined in Wedlock With Ger- man Princess Leilrbr'dsc and Southern Alberta since immediate construction of iho Calgary LelbbrlJgc t'oulls hranch was abandoned, tlio old story ol an cast and weal line Ihronsh rouihcrn Alberta and Eoullicrn Sas- katchewan will not slay down. pop- Tj'n1' up even' lew days lo startle the, the employment agencies will go lo natives In this comer of the ivorM. Edmonton or to the- coast for latest rumor, coming. Thrco hundred men cb'ulii havt bteu Men are sllll In great demand, and the supply qu.'ckpns very soon. Aud now the jrom Calgary1, is that the G. T. P. will; Lelhbridge this morning. BdTcait and west Hue through "alt of this number wanted the Crow's Neat today, Thaw frtced a special Inarj ot _ __ _ to the j Medicine Hal and IxMhbrldec, Is 'this "Ibo'line which Is-uow being rushed ttrajgh Weyhurn, Sash.? The Calgary Story Herri Is the story o[ the Calgary News'.Telegram, 'gathered from appar- ently authentic sources: EncluEjr ''cafleloD, of Ule by farmers for threshing, .-mil tT heavleBt demands- came from'ihe south. Twenty wore waalp'J for grad- [or.rallu'fly cpaslruclloa work, 75 for CJlra railway gangs and 20 for lumber ramps la the TBSS. There has heeu some dispute, as to the wnges hclng paid by threshers. The cncid EO lar, although slight rair. tcrday moming delayed thrcshinp afternoon. The is running Irom board agreed lo 20 t-j CD bushels. Yorklcin lias llain t YorUon, Scjil. to frequent lains no cutting lias been done in this district sir.cc ?aturdar. At thai lime abwt 10 per was cut, and il the weather clears as now ssenis proljablc, operations will he resumed in a couple ol days. There hrrn no frost or damage ol any kind to the to date. standard .TY IhroilEhoiil coun- try today IB per day and. board who Is cussed InMhe worX of build-. Ine lie road through the mountains I al VeKptt'htad.Pass, la in Calgary, nn-J King (Iforgc Hotel, ihil for bundle. rnen'.UDd. and per day arid hoard for splltc rs. No timber como lo the of the agencies'. Dublin Masses are Much Agi- laled Over Recent Slrike Riols There Dublin, Sept. 4. miles of llls uiielil be ccrrssary to. have the frst followed to the grave to- conier.llon. and at noon adjourned uu- skips built'in England, and il might u( !ab- i Let Cariada huild her own navy. ROYALTIES PRESENT Bridal Parly Passes Through Roadway Arched Wilh Flowers Germiiiy, Manuel, former ktne of Portugal, wis rr.a-Tlen here today to Princess Aug- Victoria, daughter ol Princt William ot Hohtnzollem. Cardinal Netlo, loriner Archbishop Palriarch of Usbon'. conducted Ibe re- ligious ccremoc-y. Count August Zu Prussian court, presided at the civil function. Ion ol Major 51. li. Hornby, of Sa- Iks'. Trie Littlc-cf.pitni of the principality- passing ihe' Imperial ho-'ot Ilolieiizollem -had- made- every of' lop, Ktislar.d, who arrived in th; city iN OOEC" Jaw; Medicine Hat and 3 brldec. through the Fassj for S aud tap southern Rrll sh Coiurabta. ,L not many Idle men around town at sialed that Ihc present line fcMng placeji.qn the worki of that line Jusi.u 3oon I eni fin'-[ Ishcd with Jhe.YcjiawhGarl PaEg.road. Other as..'vreli as' rayBCir. fiarc uceti to uoderrscacd this line is projected, e Another Railway.for Ltthbridge "If a road Is conBlrucletl In tho Bou'th It will lo'uch nt '.Mcd.'cinc Hat and LelhVidge.in Ihc south. The lin; frora the north to Calsarr, will DB en. lendei soi.h to metl the other line und wilt he then a. central point between the two-Hues, and will probably, be chosen for the location of the car shops for the company. The .lines running south and north will have their hub at Calgary, and t given to ucdersland thai of these lines are now It Is known that President Chamberlain of the O.T.P. IB not fav- orable 10 the line, byt be gave' an' assurance lo W, A. M.P., that the lino from MCOEO Jaw west lo Lelhbrtdgc woulrt be built as rapidly, OH pof-stble. prDhlMllvc. offlceTare ia touch Hie boards of trade of- Oajgary and II is men. be eent down from these Dlbces In sinall so that HIE may be placed immediately '-'Upc their arrival, lot- Ins ______ .first Jo'Lc'.libiidsc.-.The Major feels. The after Thaw home 'here, for' lie owns a I himself up ine point that! ahout four, miles irom the city, and; was .HioVen: arid- yitldjCf came under Is also.owns land iri llrilish Colum-. thc.coir.n Mas Itit hy tomorrow, as tli'm-s are dryhij ariJnstauVs up quickly. A large number tave. thrpsliiafi- in most caEes fcporl a gvuu as; ilii lor inlo shops' ftatlon, and all the royal guests were -met -by military escorts, which accompanied Iheru- to" thc'val- ace.'; SIGN NEW SCHEDULE Vancouver, fieri. now agree; menl between the B.C. Electric Rail- way Co." and UB employees, was sign- ed up for two years. the Urge farms, where Iht crop all -.Counsel for New York state came in at onto. Thre-shiny started yesterday" on larms north-of Hcgina and will be general in the smaller fields by Ihe lime larpcr ones arc cut. Xo frost noiinc'ca- this- atleriioon-Ihat Judgi Hutchlnson, at- St-.erbrooke. 'had re- vKn fusedi'to" erant Laflame. of Thaw's of damaging nature vet. In Southern Saskatchewan Kstevan, Sask., Scpl. 4 -Seven five per rent, ol culling is. cdmplct grant Jjiflame, of Thaw's :ounEcl, a wrii 0[ prohlbillon.- honic. 1 Thaw At Coalicook (Juc.T Sept. .pollltcs promises The Major lias as. one oi the Libel al in tlie viciriily of his in Cenida _ _ Hut bft-tcr than all, he is K. Thiw slcpl v.cll ar.d'was upcar-'Ed in Canada both from Ihc sland- iVModay lo Leidrp i point of the capitalist and Hie ,'board-of inao'i'iy aulhoifzcJ "under the So when lie says ho lierc. Heather pcnniltmg, thresh-; Dominion's drastic immigration law Canada lo have tier own nniy, ing will commence Monday, to order him rtfpnrtcd, should it fiad opinion'is-thai-of'a man who his being a large area nf Marquis north of town, owned hy l.uni and Weir. I 'Continued on Page ETTER CONDITIONS EXIST THAN WERE ANTICIPATED BEFORE HARVEST E LEASE lllTBE that he had been an. inmate ol .a Hon. Dr. Rock Will Consider Farmers' Application for Leases i (lie course ol our inlmicw POSE of (lie dcparlmr.il to rjncfl all r-xpircd leases to tLc Lig cattle 111- teicsls. The' (iordon, Fronsidps andj...... Karcs people arc still running Cirir cnttlc on Ilic rcitrvc, but have no lease, and arc hcing assrssrd a( (he institution lor tl'.c insane or thai crossed the border "lif stMllh." The scer.e ol llie secrel tearing was 'a. tiny c-lirc ju.it off .the delentiun roor where Thaw spent !the night unrtcr guard and was the hour set for tlic- opening. K. HlaVc Itolicrtson, assistant supcrin- I tcnJenl nl iminigratiun, was the pre- siding dfhccr. assisted by Officers Kcynplds, WiHiair.s and Garcou. Two phyMr-i.ins, Urs.. Gurd and IJcaucharnp, were on band to exam- ine liic. pristinrr, ar.rf Dr. Llaymorirt Kicb, ol the Matlea- wnn was held, in readiness to testify ns to Thaw's confinement- Politics, and Canada, a romr-ln- which aMc to Torm ja weighty'opinion on any question cl defense.- (Continued on page J 'At "the 'cbnrch .they formed a lu their varl: ous glittering with orders; and thej" w'tre surroucded bjr Winter whe.lt at. Hie Miami Farm, pforainanl civil Dayton, hp.s Just been threshed, and Mr. McDonald, the manager re- purU that ICO acres yielded 3S50 bushels or 24 bushel" to the acre! He has nil bis crops cat and is'now ihrcL'iing on 2-tOJ acres of spring wheat, whleh he cxii'coU to yield a lilRhcr average than tho winter wheat Tho Miami farm has had cx- j Ira good crops, hut this year them all for yliW and quality. ol Si per hcail per anmirn. Irasc uniltr vvhicli they r Thc rat- tle prpvioiixly to June 1st, was sub- therr-as tlic insane slayer ol Sanford Jerome's Kcin.itk There was ilcljy in tlic in- quiry, under way. Thaw became patient, rlcsc lo a windou- ind In the south are generally Utcr than wan expected Just.prc- to harvc'Kt.' Thuy aro prac culfy all tut and thre.ihlnj well ider way. My In heller far than hlghcit mpeclntlong in- led a month ago, and I think ry firmer-In experiences the nti, arc alao 'UGllcr n were expected." n. P. Atkins, Xtw Dayton, li responslbls ahoVc lie came In from eonlli last night, with Mrs. At- 9, wbo left this morning for.San SO, Cal.V to visit her parents, farmer, merchant and business n In the Eolith la nitlafted with liar- I COntllllong which arc belter this r than ever before. f'racllrally tho grain IB down without injury frost, a equation which has not irrcd. for many years. with Dr. llochc, minisicr of tile in- j leased lo them by a man nainrd Mill- Icrlor, nl it clear I er, wtio bought the original lease that II was bis desire, and the wish] from JlcKeown, to whom of the department, to phce grazing grnnlol ten j ears ago. privileges where Ihc inosl finrrlon, would he and lie- Inlimntjj made lor a lease, and cd Ihal conditions Ind hctn h.is their foreman, Mr. Nas'.i. Thc fsctory in Iht past, and that a lease hroiight Ihe g.ivcrnmrnl cr.ly arrangement.' woillil be nurte looking SfiOOO n year, and under it the holi- to Ihe p'rrniitling ot small slock own-icrs wne to glaze only ers and farmers (c their stwk 7000 lic.nl al raftle. on the rfstrvc at n icjscnabl: rharfit: It is rrporlrd Incidentally, lint per head. His definite decision in the Miller and Clordoii, find maltcr the collection ol ncrjVarcs are in n dispute al tailed data, and '.vjll lie made aftrr the present lime over thi' dlsprial ol lie lias become familiar .with these' trad of nol accounlrd conditions, or in about two .wccis' for, the lease bcinK given to the lal- llmc." tcr (in a basis nt. rcmir.cratlon on the That is as far as .Mr. Kinlcy, Mr.-; nvinncr of cattle grazed. Thc alleja- rclary .ol the Assoclalc Hoards ol lion is llial Ihc company has TrariC1 would go on tlic Hlond this large number nl cat'le sfrvc jiroposition, bill he Inllmalcd promlsfuonsly. [lul thai is hcstrlc tho thai Ihere arc belter Ihinjs Mr. Finlrs and scrrral of Ihc N'o Lease lo Former Holders f.irrrtcrs of (he south country, wnil- Jtorfcc opcnJy (hat. cil CM lion. Dr. Hnfhc'lhc he.iinninj ol Ilic neck a', llanff, mil wtre vcrf cordially received. The i-onlncncc con- tinued (nr Ihrcc hours, find., rvrry pliase of I lie subject wan Mo. iM Ihc otescnl time it. is Itii Dur- lel the crowil set a sighl IConllnucil on page 8} ol FRIIZ m lease would nol he grjn'.ed (o the former holders, and in fact re. includ- ed all large cattle concerns in lus remarks. Ills reason lor doing this is lo promote mixed farming, nn- that it did have a satisfactory cnd- ine, for, according lo Henry Cos- man, of the Albrrli eom fiany, who is a counlryinan cf boll the parties (o the case, .il might have resulted in Ihe maibacrc of a- r.umuer oi "Druses" in the 01( (.'ountry. For, Said an'd Frank K or more corvctlly, i-aiil and.' Fend Filli Kick's liarlcy la now 60- IriR thro-iEh the- llircsher al New- Dayton anil reports hy phone lo- ilay Ihal the 200 odd acres Is yielding the golden grain at Ihe rate of 50 bushels to the acre. This barley, which la one of the flncsh samples ever raised any- wricie In the world, has been sold I olho P. H. Rice Company of Winnipeg, and will brc shipped very shortly, fn con- "vcrsnllon with the Herald (his afternoon Mr. F'. Sick, Jr.r staled that all'hft crops were In the waiting for the machine. lie has n .wonderful crop of Ofala, and'defects SO bushels lo Ihe acre, and bla wheat will run 20 to 25" bushels. If Syrian.TroubleJIarl Gone .Inlo ihs Courts Here All ihe charges aRaffisl the pitly of Syrians ahcstcd.by OliW D.nis on Tuesday, ncre- withdrawn ttis i hy a mere morning by counsel lor the j lowers to ants, Allic Xassfr'nml 'Mada-. srs tribe, lo which Marbfor and NBs- :ser hclcng. Tlic former arc Chris- j v- j Itians, having forsaken Ihc religion' cf -suhmilUd that Nassrr, ani lornicr ivllli the Ibrlt nl J1000 npposnl, nut Ihc Irihts headed by Ih: of merchandise, had iitrccd thai aiKIng arc oii'.nipolcril, anil stiiffi (hat.rilhrr cl'lhe sf also i :The persons of rbrbl "blood- present-: ricludecl Ihe QUcen1 of 'orlugal; Uic Prince ol Wales, rerrrc- cntlng .King" George of 3rlncc Eltel" he GtTman "Kmperor; the" D'ulce and a( Cobourg; fnfanta and In--'- 'ante Carlos of Spain, representing .lie King ami Queen of Spain; Dultc oT Genoa, and the 'Duke and Duchess of .Aoata, rcprescnlliig. lha Italian Royal Jamlly, the DuXc mrt, Juchess of Vccdomo, the Duke ot Monpenelcr, reprtsentlng'.tho oon family; tlie ol Oporto, uncle of King Henry oi Rensa: Prince Fried- rich or llohenzollern; ihe GTnod-Dulfo and GranJ of IJadcn; several mcmhcrs ol the, fioyal 'NVurleicburg (amlly.'ond of tho Portuguese Royal lions e. Jcnmedialely after Ihc ceremony at (he church s hoinlly .WAS add rest eel the neTly-marricd Prince Abbol of mm f.p lo 500 of the Dril- the MEDICINE TREATMENT OF A FIVE-YEAR.OLO CHILD MAOISTHATE IM- POSED A FINE common i inislakc, to careless business ij1'- Vnl'ci methods hsrl letri icsponsiMc lor the! false arrfsl. The other charges to conlorm lo -'lifir In j agaicsl Said King ar.n'Frank King: the anpo'nlin.r. ot jofcrnois ovt'r r. anr1 Mr. and Mrs. lia'cy Kict, Ineir people. The nrusc's in this cpvn- dropped. The former were violent, tribe hceausC Ih-.y Medirir.e llatj Alia., Srpl. 3.-.Mn. W. Hcalllc was1 fined S25 and wsls hy MaglsUale Kelly for cruelly lo.a old Cflild by cjccessiv'ti car.c- scalding by holding Us hand hot water (6p. Thc chilil latlrr with l.aMng sttlcn their possebsion. All costs in case were val'-l hy Nasser, the plainant. each the cause of tlio nisstnVon and Thc lac! remains that, a Caniilun'ler foods, court would had-its har.Hs [nil! fird ,'hl, ,hc abovc 'l s Thc COUr'C" haS icclici lo a laboratory Icr rt. (ostirt, oth. cs Iroiri nil individual I King, who was lorn.erly 'in taking manairrr' 'rif Nasser's merchandise who notlnnfi Rloul rn oith on has entered into "Iblf, ami a ho would swear fo agrccmenfwith his (imployer, and in-jlcll cn'X by.-the.rait, fnrmant taschis To the eliorls ol Mr.-Uoiman .Is a pleasant' ending. 11 is probably a Tcry-gnod jlsrscly due tho disposal thing ol Ihc charges. FORMER PARKS COMMISSIONER Toronto, Sept. ChamheTs; former parka nnfl jr.ittior ol Toronto's pirX Bjsttia, aged sixty-four, ;