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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. Letltbritlgc, Alberta. Tuesday, September I'Jl.'i CENTS Number 228 Some Interesting Facts Gathered for Benefit of Hon. Dr. Roche GRAZING LEASES Necessity of Giving Farmers Access to Indian Reserve is Imperative According to actual figures obtained from sixty-two farmers In the vicinity ot the Blood Reserve, there will be RU Increase In the live stock Industry wlUiln the next year thst will total fulls' 72 per cent. These figures have received by tho Associate I Hoards of_ Trade in the past tew days. und are for tea purpose of showing tho MlnlEler of tho Interior the num- ber of head of slock that are ready at 1he present time to go on the reserve, thQ number of bead that will bo available year, providing the re- serve Is opened for grazing, us there Is every. Indication, that It will be. These'farmers report that they :IOTV CVWD a.total of 1794 horaos, 3521 catllo, and a prosiiect of tneir running a total of 3158 b'ead'nert year. Sotne.roporr that Iho prospect of the Herd LS.K be- ing Uiolr districts will drive then out ot the livestock end'ol farming unless Uiey can'procure sum- jner pastnrage, and a notable cas.e of, this is-southcaat'.of LethbTJdse, where one has four hundred head cattle, and positively aMerl llmt.- unless they can oblnln grazing, they to Quit, the business. .19.00 con- sidered 1s Ajnouiccment made re- cently by: of the C. K H. Natural' Resources depart- ment, "that. nil'the company's land east of tbjs city would be put upon the raaiket and settles right away, and this removes upwards of acres of lands now used more or" tes for grazing, and forces those lanae'ra enjoying the privilege to hunt for oth- er new and green. And the >aslurea aro.few and far ia Southern Alborta jusl Best In All Wetl With acres' of land slarins man coming to Alberta in the face, and lying practically Idle. there Is a question If the- government is not doing this section of the country a treat Injustice. The Hlood Reserve tiaslurage Is estimated to exceed 320.- 000 acres, and It Is tho finest grazing Innd In all western Canada, and jet there are only four thousand head of MIAMI FARM'S RECORD CROP Tlio Miami farm at New Day- ton has at the present time bushels o( new wheat In tbeJr granaries; of (Ms is Ejiring wheat, threshed with- In the past ten days. The win- tor wheat yielded 2t bushels, but tho field of spring wheat upon which the machine Is 4 Jj. w> ,5. Above are five'proir.lnenl an Bar accompanied by his sister, and Sec- retary 3JacKcuzte-_Muir, arrived abnnriJ thc LusiianEa (rom New York on. accordlns to the recent was most cordial. "We- met with some three thousand head be- }vllh, nollllI1S overwhelm- longtng to tie Indians, and the com- Kmclr.css ana attention, he said. aiij Lanidians sferocd fo ed upon b> ihe ciiy council-'' night, it seems just possible that thi; "consolidated lictr.sc bylaw, which has been on the table since some time February, will he carried anil! become, law, acrt the license inspector! 'will have something lo work on-.The I inciting "last night was little] more than a coinmittsc Alrl.l Skclth was called away early leaving t only Acting Mayor Lover ing arid Aid. Aird and "Ifamtttoii to consider "the bylaw. However, they stayed with it! manfully 11.30 and .succeeded meeting-of the Americ; arriviQg at a Schedule safe Association st Montreal. isfaclory, which they Iiope will also} be satisfactory (o the remainder the council. If so it will be given, itsj tltird reading on Monday next, .wheel it will become law. The important decision last -was to' strike out the license Back in London-He Tells of teiKs. THS hcen a bor.c ol contention alt year, the license inspector being unable to collect the old (ces oving lo the claim of Hie retailers that restaur- ant licenses coveted fruit and candy, lleslaurant licenses were taken out by all fruit dealers. This enabled London, Sept. Ualdane. them to keep open on Sunday., So j r J D .'Made Investigations and rrov- Happy Time on West- ern Sphere 1 BARM rp IHE pnnj- operaling urider the leaso is making no effort to Increase its hold- Ings, Those acres of lanrf nil feed ono hundred Ihouaand fcead of cattle and horacs seven months o' leasl, and some winters it- will now cost fruit stoics year less to Cartage Fees Thc dray question has tccn settled drays will pay per annum. The charge for teams lull le 515. The oharge will be Hie same for all teams single drays whether ed Atrocity Stories to be Absolutely True pcct- but ontrcal. After it was over, a other in (his re- concrrn has one or twenty employed'. moit iraprcssnc (ea- Tho-e concerns fbat have alroady l was the remarkable their licenses for this year will have thc amount adjusted. Those (hat have not paid, and sonic til (hem London, Sept. Barl- Ictl, special corrcsponilent ot the writes from Constantin- ople, a lone and appalling account ot Bulgarian atrocities. lie dwlares that as a icsvJi ol private, independ- Branlford, Stpt. tteadish mur- der was revealed about 7.45 tufs aioming wlien. of an UQ- Knowu boy T.-as-ftrjnd.. on thc Bios- horn road about a mile from Cains- vfMc.by a The.head waa al- most severed, there were three slab in the face twelve iu the cheat, and tho bcd.v was totally diseinlJoweUed. Tliere was evidence that ibe Cflme had been committtd elsewhere and tbe body brought to Ihe .qukt spot on the road, Int. there is tio clue to ihe iierpetralbr. I'Hoy -.Mieener saw the body in the dlicli. It was that bE-a boy 12 to 'with the.huickerbqck- ers palled .shirt open.and the undershirt exposed. ,The throat was cut from ear to ear. Misencr noting tho -couiity. police. Investi- gation1 showed that the clothes had all been- removed bnorc iho wounds ivere Inflicted. Then the murderer wiped his bloody hands on the laii's limbs and it may be that through thts the murderer can be identified- Tble nlternoon the bpdy ol the mur- dered hoy. as that of Charles Dawaon, son ot Thomas DitWEQn, of-Echo Place, just outside Brant ford- ff is oraPiWto COMMITTEE FOUND AGA.1NST HIM AND RESIGNATION WAS AUTHORITY SHIP GRAIN TO AMERICAN PORTS Winnipeg, Sept. S, That ihe grain blockade, which is caM to have oc- Noted Outlaw Spent Half of Sixty Years Behind the Bars DARING ESCAPADES WhelKer Holding Up Trainer Breaking Jail He Had No Fear MilledgeviUe, Ga., Sept. has Irced "UiU" Miner, notououi robbec ar.tl jail bifaW r, Irom tis last prison term. His picturesque career, Tvliich included clashes with the law's of more than a score oi states and several Canadian provinces, ended ai thf Georgia state prison farm last week. Miner's criminal career hcgan near- ly sixty yeacs ago. He left hishoma in Jackson County, Ky., before ha was fifteen years old, and Treat. He admitted Durations stage coach curred-at iiontreal, Will hart no et- "IDtries and UaiQ holdups and was feet on the n-.ovement or Ihe western i Sfrfr3> iirws for robbing crop, more than to cause a great deal he W1S ol it to be shipped by way or tiie Am- I erjcan ports instead of Canadian ports 3 the abatement made by Lau- tgan. assistant freight traffic mana- ger of thc C.P.U. Lethfjridge District Increasingly Attractive to the Home Seekers of the World Mcdlcino Hat, Sept. resigns-____________ ___ _______________ lion ot Chief of 1'olico Sullivan, of j e'JtT He'b'siisfas'isn- They will Keep coming, Ar.d, what Is cvea letter, they.keep oa buying. Settlers for C. P. H. lands arrive er- f-.ry day. Last iveok two C. P. H. ready-made fmins cast of the city were sold. Cupt. Patterson, a steam- one. On Saturday Joseph Secb, of St. Loulsi, looked over No. 3 farm, and immediately isent to Calgary, con- sulted Mrs.'Secli, told her this was Hie heat country he had seen in many moons, and cinched Ko. 3 for bis own. And today there are more on hand, Norman Leith, ex-Canadian, but for many years a resident of Mass., arrived in the city this raora- aud went out to look over some acreii Jo aldiUon to tho 00 have been conslJer- tl sufnrlent all Iho stock tboy ever own, (Cqatlnu'ed on page S) Ottawa, Sftpt, for Internil atoraw elevators to be erected in fiukatoon and -t- Mocxe Jaw, each at cost of one million riofEars, were awarded (o the Barnelt, McQueen Co., Ltd., of Wfnhl- and Fort whose the lowest of four ty nearly ".m.j. contract caila fw tho of the work by De- 15 of, next year, ff ffli'S iPE IS INi IS PATIENTLY DOING TIME IN IM- MIGRATION PEN AWAITING DEVELOPMENTS CoatlcooV, Que., Sept. Traverg Jerome, acquitted last, night on a charge of iwaa ,tho I slitef topic today among th0. tbrco thousand odd of Caiffcook. i though opinion was divided as verdict. rcr .ir.mrni. Insurance per ,hrl insurance ol these heing atl- standinj. Kvcn tiit walls ol the MISSED STRUCK LIVE Nelson, P.C., Sept. with way, electric light a coal something tbat msXta new coiners from the States'sit up and lake notice. And back ot it all you tnat tbey have made a good barpahi. Tbey have vlaiona of Ibe district telng Eollleil Vdrmer on 'every i ijuartcr section, when land will be. valued at per whereas they ore now Alhcrta's total crop amoi.ntcil to Alljrrta's crop, 1912 (nj- w.lMc (he Crows N'est line, enormously ak-nj ttc lin-s of rail- sliouM '.rcnaUy It disrogarric.I. jways on th's point, so that as little doubt exists as fo the futi-re as shown This Ifaves, then, Lethbrldsc Thaw i, bMln? hi, time pjttenlly In In VoMtrdsy's IIcraH, wss ,ho crntle ol' d.s'ltict s twin'z ard it. llnrn'orAllfin erMonltv i nr 11. X nnnnin I..-L.I- 3 iuippicg ar.0 :re, evidently; bushels, ot. 32.8 per cent. ally ralitil bushels o! mill'ini! Foinl. that his law. i The fiKures in yeslerdaj-'s paper-in- grain in 1912, That is, thc Soultern Put''wort Alhcrt.i. the ImmEgratlon pen nci content In tho thougat rers are doing all In tiiolr to his return lo Iho asylum. Tn.> Etcnojsfaiiher.tces r.lm every df.y, lju: Bporna to bave dropped his pub- llcliy cnmpalKn, Iho need of spreml- Ihjc sonllment In Vermont, for one! thlnfc, 'if, not ro Immediate as ft i a fow days ngo, and U is undorslonl 1 that Thaw's lawyers told him ho dr.slsL is, thc Soulhtsrn all Medicine Hat and High Alberta of which LclhbrldBe Is log- :rop dislrfcfs, but disregarded jca! centre, both from a railway and l.leichfn, uhich is properly in commercial standpoint, raised 3Z.O hoiv how much grain Allitrla (n (be dlsltict per or over onc-iourlh of thc purposes, and tola! Albcita cicp. All this was tais- jfcofnr flic (ontro, (his rif.y bnff_ thC'rcn ccnlte, half of thc Medicine [burn and Kipp-Suflield lines', thc rn T.elh biiunc. With thc IricreasciJ area com- rcnslruction ol the district, Hut is the porlfoti production promises to increase Put iniie interesting than aboic figures are those showing the wheat production shipping through figures lor thc total wheat winter and 1012 arc ol the districts Lethbriclge. Thc CartlsUm Maclcod Lcthbridge- I'incher Crtclt on. pege .8) t. Willensladt. Curacao, SenL cral Asuncion Rocleriguer, a partltan of ex-President Castro, of Venezuela, Is .-i fugiUve, wish four folloircsra, atj Huvn Ayer, n Pulcli IsEnnd off the Ven- j czuclan coast. Roderlguez heicle.l j recent revolutionary'" movement i His Canadian rarccr created a record in the. annals of- the west. Ha was held in prison at- min- ster as an accomplice on the now us Bant ol Montreal robbery there, when daring bieak for lib- erty Jttr.er r-scaped, and though trail- ed for days by pisses" and mounted ce, made his getaway. He was. seen, according to' reports" at that. time, in nearly every, part" the pomiDum at 'saint 'time: All trace of him was lost for many months until j1 becoming 'daring again.. he was caught" at' Lula, "Georgia, at: ter a'hold train roMiery, and -sent to-'; theTprison farm at- MilledgernJc. George1 Xndersonj better kbown.'as Bill" Miner, was- a man daring; 'cunning and capacity for chief amounted to genius. the weight oi wealth behind him that. Thaw-bad, his -well-planned acd bril-. executed escapes were mar- vels, With all- the Power of a detective organization like ihe Pink- erloBs, government ol--Canadi and that of .the .'United States, in. piirsuit, this, "greatest of raoJcrn out- laws kept at for five years. be- fore his last lafeing. That, too, with his well-known portrait in every pa- per in the land and .in every detec- tive agency. and. polict teadquarlers. on the continent. _ Most other .noted banrt'.ts always Wufted in gangs. liiH did most of. his deeds of robbery without accompltc-'. es. He seldom, had a, partner.. His ploils would fill coluoiHs, but he was; host known: as the moat uototipua" single-hatideri stage coach and train robber in tee history of (Continued on page ARRESTED FOR GAMBLING AND'HONORABLY ACQUITTED. asainst Gomez in tho Orient district, i TRAVERS JEROME.' ;