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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, September 8, 1013 THE LETiJBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PaRe-5 I THREE DISTINGUISHED DELEGATES TO THE 'MEETING OF AMERI- I i Ct.i BAR ASSOCIATION AT MONTREAL ARE OF All Is the Statement of an En- gineer Who Has Inves- tigated Edmonton, Alia., Hepl. a slay ot sli yeara in the lar uotla ruuulrr as governmviil euglaeer, sta- tioned at tVrl Simpson, 150 nii'es beyond ILe bbur.airy-ol Alberta, J. Held, who was in" Wmcnton a lew sjo, will go to 3collsnd to visit his pareuli In trlisjow, return- Ing ncM spring to continue his work, which occasionally'tikes him to the Victiu ocean.' Mr. Reid has muilt a study ul the Ksklraos inhabiting Ihe shores ol the Arctic ocean Irom Hchrliig Straits lo the inoulli ul'Ihe Maekcnilo rlrer. vlikrh, ho Asiatic dti- cent, differing'from Ihe "huskies" on Hudson's liar and U-jttm Uay. This del, he adds, his not received much attention'from explorers. Ttu Kbore Eskimos are-larger-In stature and much more intrlligcui- Ihan the bay Moreover, he salJ, the mo is never lound west ol Iho Mac- kenzie river. "The mainland- Ksiimu cor. himself the Indian and will havo nothing to do ivltli Mr. Meld continued. '-Instead of us ing the primitive weapons, still ii uso among incur.of tlio Eskimos, Ihi 'husky' entries a modern lepcltini which he secures In trade wilh -.1 balers. Iho 'huskies' ale cipcr hunters, as Is evidenc-co hj tho large catches ol .lurs, which they ci-chnnge ivJlh. the American whalers lor the. proddots. civilization. Vcv uI UIB 'huskies' live in tlio na- livp lepfo In Iho summer time. They use-lenls of .Aujeikan manulaclure.' Hell) ls..ol Hie .belief that Iho 'huskies' crossed the Bearing Stralls from Asia, centuries ago, and scal- tercil as fir west as Ihe. Mackenzie river, Thej- have also followed tho course ul .the .river as far south as Coatlcook. SCH. ers Jeromo stepted OS train Iroui Montreal today ready 10 appear 111 this afternoou 03 a cuaree bfj gambling on which he wab arrested; aal week. A small crowd i him lu silence. Ho raaJe no aenl aud was UHen at once lu'hli hotel. I Samuel Jacobs, K.C., of Jfornreal, j chief counsel for Nev.- York sia'.e In I .Is to return Harry K. Thaw to j Maltoawau, accompanied Jsrorae. j They alighted from Ihe" train aliflosl directly beenulli tho window of ihe detention where- Thaw Is held." It was ralnlr.? and there was not more than forty Idlers at Iho Elallon. Not- hstiDulu; tho open hostility has Uwn ehown Jtroroo here, no j tbieat was heard today. The crowd pereed ciuktcly find went toward the court house, where the hearing was to be held at o'clock. It. was predicted rhat Iho charge would be Oliiuliscd on a technicality In tbat It specified lhat Jerome played cards "In a railroad wheu at- n matter of fact, ho was more than tcet from LLe station. KELLOGG GOODS SHOWN 10 BACK UP M Fort Simpson. :Thcro ate at 'huskies' 'a considerable least per- cenlaso ol them, living on Hcrschell languajc "ul Iho 'husky' ditiers from that.of the hay Eskimo. Mr. Hold, met Hurry V. RaJford, the American CTplorcr, concerning wiios'o whereabouts there Is still a considerable amount of mystery, two years Brd accompanied him from Fort" Vermillio'n to Fort Smith, during the winter.of 1311. Tho parly was overtaken br a .billiard and air lUdfo.rd. Leached Kblrr-'Smith' Iff niado pren.ralioni 'la strike, easlwa'rd, and return to civll- Iiatloa by way of Hudson Speaking of an explorer, partner ol who lost hll lite on scientific pursuits In the sll- north, Mr- Held said ho was eas- ily the hest llaveller that had ever Invaded ths circls country and mr- prijti even the native wilh his leata ol endurance. Darrell sat 'out from Fort Maopherson to return to his wjnterhntu at HtrMhcll Isl- 'and. He.was oieilakca by a bllirard, and, native-fashion, ruado a hole. In the show, to-sleep thers until tho slorm blew over. Ho hid forgotten" his Ice knlle, and.he was unable to cut his way through the frozen" snow. lie fell a victim lo Ihe blizzard. Confirmation "gl ths; existence of large herds "of-buflulo la.tbo north, Wna obtained (Tom Mr. Held, who has seen the hugo animals on numerous occasioas. He said that the- bison, killed by- Hadfot'd two "years ago was one- of tho herd.- Mr. Reid paid a warm tribute, to Gorald Card, Indian agent .at Foit proved that all kinds of.jraln and gardes trurk can- he grown In such a high latitude (be- tween 81 and C2 degrees) na Fort Simpson, at tte" junction of the Jlicktntte and I.lprd rlve'rs. Thu whesl was .iown -May 1. Germlna- tloa began on Jlay 15, and the wheat was In condition, to cut on Septem- ber 1. During this pcllod there. no frost. There Is much sunshine a1 Fort Simpson, (be sun setting at 10.30 and Tiding again at 2 in June, July and August, Sir. Card also rais- ed first-class barlef and oafs. 1 "are io he sent to American and Kuropean centers for exhibition Mr. Iteld said, "and there, they should give prospective homcseekers In Western Canada a nfttv.concfnllrm ol tbe vas Toronto, Ont., Sept. Tho provin- cial bye-elections ID east. York loday io elect a successor lo ilcCowan, who was appointed to the' scrlevalty ol Tori, Is caualas llllle excitement, lliougb boti parties are making stren- uous to get thg voter's out. The Liberal candidate. Chamberlain, has made strong appeals to. the leinper- anco element and has. the support ol tho Dominion alliance, is-hlle the Con- servatl-ro candidate, Henry, bases Ills claim on tho Eaneril principles the Boverocent. of 'Alfalfa" Kane Brought in a Sample of His Big Money Making Crop HARVEST FESTIVAL Dumbe'ller, Hspt- fatal acci- dent at D.30 tonight, as the men pt the, night hifl of Iho Dnirabeller Oolllerles vefrn golni on ouiy. Three miners ndtrtook to go the incllao Into ba rnlpe In n coal (ruck when the ook on the cable became unrisloned, let the cor run the full lenftii ol be .Incline, sornalMng like 3C-D feel, hitting an obEtructlon. nro1 Solden, ona of the men, was truck on Ills headland only lived a ew minutes alter.the. doctors arrlv- it; Harry Is serto-jslj- in- ured interasllj-; the third man-Thcs. .lackln, escaped i-iricllcally unhurt. ol land still open north.of Kdmonlon." tot settle Electrical And Contritetori Phone 637 706 third Avenue South NUT COAL Lump, Mine Run, Ton or Loud 'Lot., NEW BARNES MINE PHONE C. 0. D. Some people thought that "Alfal- fa" Kane was having-swcct dreams last spring when he said that he would have money in aveiy. pocket this land from his dry iar.d alfalfa at Troii Springs. Hut "Allalfa" is just now waking up to find that II he was dreaming, Ibe dreams bavt all cq'me tju-. He brought in an allalla plant on Saturday that will compare fav- orably witli anything ever seen, and he picked il when it was -100 days old from Ibe seed. The plant is .a magnificent specimen of the legumin- ous family, aod iu the. short time mentioned has nttoined a three years' growth, for it stands Just thlrty- slv inches high, and has a roat much thEtiis'.fullv; developed -and shows a wonderful 'feeding and moif- ;ure gathering power. If there is.anyone vcho wants to bo ihown, Mr, Kano Invites them to lake a jaunt up to "Dill" Finley's of- fice in 'he Stafford block, and ibehold this tery plant, the growth ol which s nothing shott of marvellous. The grower has been asked to other plant liko It, for cxhihltlon'in The Board of Trade lor. au- thorities on the subject Eay'tbat It is Ihc best advertisement for. South.-, every clly and lown in iho DonilnlOj era Alhcrta that has yet.conm to1 their r.otifc.'. In spite of some very Calgary Liberals to Hold a Ban- quet on an Elaborate Scale' Calgaiy, Alia, Seplember 8 The Elizabethan dining room lot the Hudson's Bay fo.'s build J wll Ion Thursday owning be the j eceno o( perbits the moil notable I gaUierluj ol Liberal party men thai has ever aiaembled In A any I oiie time. I On IhJt occaiion ihe Liberals of the clly will banquet the western mem tiers of the. federal parliament who are JdeaUfled with ihe Liberal party Over 1200 Invitations have been Is 'bueJ and Uie expeclalloB la that man) of tbe rcoet prominent men of th party In the wesl, and ptrhapi a num her from tho east will le in allend auce. Tho programme will InchiJe a muel cil feature to be supplied Ly thi tfnlly orctitjlra. Among the men from out of tb' city who are expacleii to atteni) are: W. E. Hnbwlof, M.P., Moose Jaw J. G. Turlff, Asslnlbola; Dr. Keele> Humboldf." W. M. Manin, na; Hon. IV. H. .MoUerwell. jj.UA oose Jaw: J. C. DeB. Farrls, r ncouvW; Hon. Oliver, M.I'. Douglas, iM.P., Edmonton; D chael Clarke, M.P, Red Deer: Hon A. Uueianan. M.P., LetMirldeo m. Senator Ttlbol, Lacoabe; Sen or CeVener, LethBHdEe; Hon. A. L ftoa, premier ot Alherta.; Hon. A orncy-General A- O. Mel L.A., Edmonton; Ge'orec P. Smith -L.A., Camrose, and possibly a num r from the- east. Minneapolis, Minn Sept. pioneer Minncsolan, t' r.ft ,iad chosen to do so, might have written the epic ol the wheat in tho N'ortjrwcst in a larger sense that ever the late Frank .Norris dreamed it, died thls'morning at'bls home at LakoMlnrietonha. The early years o! his lilc in Min- nesota, he had passed experiences Tha local corps of the tlon" "Army "are, mailng preparatlona for their annual harvest Uiankaglvlng ieslivai. Arrangements are well In innd.'ahd It Is hoped that the citizens of Lelhuridge'-'vriH co-oneraic wllh the In yeirt colTMpond with magnlCiceut tar- wilci Soulharn Alberta has Tulte, who bad conita iuccou In this dlrtoUon In pait Vxpwti this ysar's display to he hw exoerienced befort, 'and he Is anilout lhat when the 'photograph ol tho display of foods "a-nd dtioraUons at cllailtl le pub lilhed in the War Cry, to Men In uncomplinientary remarks to.the con- trary, "AHalfa" Kane perslsla with greater vigor than ever, that'for the growing ol alfalfa, and the practice of inised farming, Alberta has any- thing on (he map Irazzled lo'a (rlz, and he Is going to 'keep on boosting WANT CENT RATE. FOR WORKMEN VTilh a view to making inCrrcfand more a labor supply cehire Irom which to supply the harvest fields, railway and canal construction camps, mining companies and lumber camps with men, J. Harris and Co., (J. 1'. It. employment agents here have, applied In the. C.F.H. passenger such as ale given only 'lotho pionwr [department lo give tlic one cent a in a wild land anu in his later Inlle rate now in effect out of Cal- yp.ars he had" come lo le a noble fig- gary aiid IJJmonton lo l.ethbtlilse al- uro In a miglity divitioa of corrt-1 The one cent rale applies, pat- ratrce, the. trading side ol whoit I licularly lo liarvest hands, bol there hau.lling. In I he course ol this seasons ol the ycir there (cr life he.liad twice teen honored ty ]is a rush IP 1 he mining and lumber election to the hlphesl io. Ihc organization ol ttiat. trading, the presidency of ffco Minneapolis Cham- ber ol Commerce. McKENNEY TO SIT FOR CLEARWATER Edmonton. Sept. will ho DO recount In the McKenney-Tftylor- Clurko election contisl In held at the lime ol'lbe lait gentral provincial election. II. McKcnncy. Jf.P.P., 13 elected, according lo g pro. clarpntlon Issued In the numbar ol the Alberta Oazaltt, I; Tbls that Mr. McKenne-y will elt for Clearwater at the coming session, and thai there will hn no recount, xt was expected. JAIL OFFICIALS SUSPENDED Woodstock, Onl., Sept. Qov- crnor Charles Wilson and Turnkey Eiurge.39 have beor, suspended until an Investlgnllon (s mado (ntn ttic escape laal week of two prisoners. that Lithbrldgo will lie represented fiVwiy that will bo a ftaadlng vcrUseBjent as to the prosperity an< pruiily of Southern Alberta- All whi voiild like to assist in any way, pleas phone 142. Special harvest thanksgiving BCI vlcea -will he held oa Sunday, Septcm ber the dtadel -will be snl ably decorated. Addreases appro jrlato to the occaBlon will bo delir ired at all the bcrrlcds, and In, the a .ernoon a ecrvice of song will be fflv en by..the Citadel band, corps' an Sunday school. On Monday, September 22, a nov and epectacular enlerlalnmenl will given, which wll] toko the form of series o! tableaux vtvanta. entitle, TSie Modern Prodigal Son." Eac plciura will be accompanied by appr prlalo music or singing- No irouh will be spared lo make the services superior to anylblng of the kind he'" In T.olhbTldge brforo. At the close i the- Monday meeting, a sale goods will be held. camps and the rale, would prove an altrcclion lo men out ol work lo come lo Lethbriuge (or distribution (rrm hrre. Last year this Hrm alone sen' out, over 7500 Inborcrs Irom Lcth bridge. This year Hip. number prom Ises lo reach tlic lO.OUO marie. And at no llir.c during Hie year has Leth- brMge cter been flooded wllh Idle men, showing Hist the supply hr.s lecu carefully suited (o tho demand. This, employment concern -haJ a small shortage 0( lahor to cope wilh just at present, but Mr. who iust iciurncd, Is adci enough men lo Ude over the present difficul- ty. He not anticipate any ficulty as men are to be had by wit- to! to other cities. BIG CONTRACT AT TORONTO Toronto, waa made yeslciday by the Board Harbor Commissioners that the Co (ract for ovedglng tha harbor bis bci awarded to the Canadian Stewart C of Montreal. The flucceaaful tender n. proilmated COL. O'OONNELL MENTIONED KlngUon, Sept. The. litest re- port from bngland la a'Col. O- Donnell has been selected by Col. Ine Hon Sam Hughes as ft commandant of Iho Royal Military College. '-The -Min- ister of illlitla'was lo chooso Iho com- rnnndnnl on his trip lo the Old Co-jn- try. Xq word uas yet been rccolted at tlio collego. Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 Cirtful and frompt Servlei Auto Livery in Connection PRAYING 01 All-Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited 0 London, Sept. 1'urd; ged 48, one of AiUboroujh's wealt st farmers, "was found dead in his arc. today with his lace shot ofi- Ac- ording lo the story tolj br Met- aU, the hired man, Purdy took Ihc lot gun and went nut. to wail Tor a Hint, whlcK ivn's killing chickens, efcall says heard (he-gun o uH, he rushed out and lound Pur- y dead. An Investigation Is to ae Vde. SIR IAN HAMILTON TO INSPECT FORCES London, Sept. Sir Tan lamllloD, who left yeaterdny to nl- end the forelfn' manoeuvres, It is rnclally slated, has been Invited by he N'ew Zealand government to In- pect the Dominion Itirceo next spring. HERE AWAITING TRIAU Tbe Lethbrldge Jail Is nl the pres- nt time housing two notorious pris- oners, both charged with murder. Oscar. Fonberg la accused or Iho mur- der or Deteclivo Bailey, R.N.W.M.P., while Main fs churned wllh having shot and Idlled a homcsler.dor near Coronation. The prisoners were sent here by Ijio mounted police at Fort Saskatche- barracks there being over- crowded. They nre awaiting tr which Is set Tor noxl mouth. prisoners arrived on Saturday afternoon, PELLETIER TALKS Winnipeg, -Man., September Hon. L. I'elletler autcd today that when the parcel post service was established In Canada.on 1st It would citend lo part ol IJorulnlon Irani; cacl to west, There would be no mfasures. "Tho ho said, "will fol low- tho plans brought forward at 01 tawa and tho different provinces wll bo used an zones." "The savings to private citizen here" the posimaalcr-coutinucd. "wll be enormous, the rateB, of course be- ing much less than at prccenl, but th eipenac to He country will be large lr Increancd. H will certainly be great cltlzfTia' f, R. Freight Snedi (Office 1163 Oftio I .162 8tablM 1 10E4 EARTHQUAKE IN WEST INDIE Kingston. Island of fit. Vincent, D W.I, 6epL eirlh wa felt hare lodar. Telephone aorvlc was flffecled and Minor damage HrporteJ from plantation ESSEX RECTOR DEAD Lendon, 3'jpl, 0. Mttor of the Acgllcan Churc Essei, died ul Victoria, hoapllal, a noon (oday, A weeK ajo his cond lion t-catiie and ho wn. brought lo Ixindon. He was In hi year, and was one of best known clergymen In the dl ccee. The deceased was horn In Q where hla father Vaa a capla In tho Ilrillsb urmT. The New Gurney-Oxford Range Has Solved The "Help Problem" Everywhere women are coping with the same securing of domestic help. A Gurney-Oxford with its wonderful devices for the saving of time and labor enables you to be independent, if from necessity or choice you are without a servant. The Divided Flue distributes the heat evenly throughout the oven, and by means of the Econo- mizer the temperature Is determined, kept constant, or changed as desired. It is easily controlled by a little lever working around six notches. Dough and batter-mixtures vail always be light, thoroughly cooked, and nicely browned. This stove; saves you the dreaded black leading process for it has an unchanging polished top. If you must do your own work you owe it to yourself and to your family to spend less time In the kitchen. No woman need he a drudge with a Gurney- Oxford range, C. W. GRAY 310-5th St, S. Phone 761 TO BE OPENED Tha Toronlo Commerical le following Blory on the proposed -ater route on the. Saskatchewan tvcr from Le Pai, MaMtoha to Grand .aplds. iWhcn completed, tho routn will mean decreased carriage chargcj all -western ahlpmenti, anil L< MSB helcg on a tributary line, will encfll accordingly: Tbat the Saskatchewan river, worlt- ng In conjunction with the Hudson Bay rail-say from Le Pas, will'prove of Immense ralue lo farmers nod ilher shippers as far west as Edmon- on, Is the opinion of I.. A. Volljny )omlr.lon Government chief engineer n charge of the surveys works n connection with the navigability Jic Saskatchewan river between Ed- monlut'and Grand Rapids. .He reach- id La Pa's, Manltoha, on the steamer jincur, wilh a crew of men. s now completed lo IA Pas, and orders hnvc lieen received to continue o Grand Itaplds. A channel 10 to 20 feel was found ho entire -a-.iy from Cumberland louse, and hardly any extra work vas necessary, though eome dredging will be requireil about Moose Lake five years, and no doubt eventually he waterway will be continued through to Winnipeg. In conjunction wllh tbe government road tq the Bay, his navigable channel, tapping- all the norlhern part of the Canadian prajrlo west, will go a long way to reducing Uie cost of marketing and Iho cheaper water rales should brins freight tariffs on the Unnsiwrtallon companies Into line.. N'or is this all- Mr. Voligny feels confident also about tho navigability-' of the Eoulh branch of the Saskatche- wan, which ho aays will soon Tecelva attention. All (he railway brldgea bavo been built to this tad, and .all that Is Tiy.ulred IP a demand by cillej' and towns along Ili course. Curious- ly cnougb, these munlcJnaUUeB appear apathetic as regards tbe navlgablbty or tbe south branch, the'r neigh.' bors on the north branch hayo teen agllnting for a. long time, and now get lervcd first I'. ANOTHER WEED CASE Nets Hogeson, of Stirling, waa Inls afternoon fined 35.00 and costs by 3u. perlntcndent Wilson, for nn Infraction of the weed act. Mr. Iiogcaon appear- ed on Saturday, In answer to a sum-.. mons, but as there was some, queatlou regarding his ownership of the land, the case was adjourned until today. David King hroujbt the defendant to the attention of the court. and Cedar and this will fcc s ed Immediately-, as will also con- elnicllon of a wharf at. this point. The government Insisted on Prince Albert b'jIMIng n lock at Collo falls, and this Indicates thai Ida ful- lest use Is- lo be mnde of Iho NorUi Saskatchewan as soon an possible. Vollgny estimates Uiat the entire pro. Jed cm bo carried through within ft MR. DAVI9 IN TORONTO Toronto, Sepf. ol -Police Wm. 11. Davli. of Lelh-' 4 v uddgo, ta hack In Toronto on ft moolli'a visit. Mr. Darlj Is not very well sallsfled wlUi his ft treatment In the western city, and hla reslgnatfoo u cilof of the police fores has been cent la Wanted FIFTV MEN FOR THRESHING. ONE HUNDRED MEN FOH RAILWAY WORK, TEAMSTERS FOR DUMP.WAGONS MEN FOR LUMBER YARD AND BUSH MEN FOR FENCE GANOS P. 0. BOX 531 J. Harris Co. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS LETHBRIDOE PHONE ;