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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Board of .Trade will Meet, Monday to Discuss the; .Question' Pinna for liio establishment of a cold storage plant are Bearing com- Vletlon, and at o meeting, of board pi trade on Monday night, will .'be fully sone over. Members of the board have been TOO' busy. slnco the luncheoji held on Thursday, and will havo an. In- foresting report to raakc on the whole- sale terminal mukel, as outlined on. Tbutsday by B. X. Barker, In an in- teresting paper based on Now York's with tho project, which has .aa -Us basis tbe utilization or saving .of'otterx-ire waste material. Is planned (o apply tho terminal idea along with thsTcold stor- .Mc piant, which will be the moaim ;of perlabable products, ;that go to waste through Improper and lack of storing Secretary has been b'jsy dur- ing the past lev days gathering statis- tics In regard to the production of 'Vjitter, 0886, poultry and Vegetable.-' in the district, and the main idea of tLc' meeting will bo Uie bringing to- Aether of producer and consumer, as .fundorcenlal Issue In tho 'ful marketing of these products. It Is expected that a plan of opera- tion will bo adopted so that it may be jut In force this fall. S. S. Dunham ;W.. S. Lloyd', secretaries Hay and :FinIey, ond others, will speak. COMPANY TO FINANCE IT IN THESE DAYS OF STRINGENCY LeUibriUge, Alberta. 18, CKNTS Number 233 MR. GEORGE A. BARNES. Y. M. C. A. physical Instructor, o! Toronto, who by-a fall In the gymnasium. WHY IT IS NOT EASY TO LKAVK MKXICO Mexican Rebels'First DytianUte'a'Railway Bridge, on Fire JUDGE MATTHEW. -HUTCHJNSON The venerable ju'djii.-.'vAVrio far as he cculd, made Bhori'Work of Thaw If sustaining the writi'cf h'abeii'cor-; by the ed the way for turning.Thaw over to the Immigration Department 'I FEDERAL Events Moving- in .Connection with the Irish Home ".Rule Situation'. London, leaders are. reticent over Lord Lorcburh's pro- posal for a conference on the home rule, .question, faul; H is expected to occupy some days1, reflection and pri- vate.itiUr-coinmunic.-itioa before opin- ions arc expressed.' Lord (Ircy.writes 'supporting Lord Lorebucn, and says- bis statements appear, to be incontrovertible. The Case is he believes, lor the federal -principle in the- United of alternative plans .can safety-be-.-.-'ac-.E; cejited parlrrsj... The, Stain's I POOR BILLY lierln. Sept. would be. impossible to exaggerate Ihe bad impression created In Gcr- many by. v. hat arc called Secre- tary llryan's "Clialauque .cir- ens antics." He Is described as "variety and is Ihe butt of rid- icule on all haniis. endeavor to force the. present'.hi -RESOURCEFUL IDEA MOUNT- llie statute boots should ED POLICE OFFICER TO SA.VE tbe bill flagrantly violates.-..the; njain bt. iciUr.il tion. "f feel so sars" firey, "with regard to the iniqvjtous: at- RAILWAY BRIDGE- North Tiatllelord, Sask., Scpt.jia. Yesterday atiernopn -the- traffic nattle- Tabcr, Sepf. Times says: _JInUss local, .men who are to control little come tp the aid ot the TabM Transit c'om- at once, thc-prniect o! the com- pany to build north from Tab- er, lor which a charter has been granted, will fall through. J. p. .any action deemed nrees-j ,vho wos the Kramer, promoter of the company, Mr- The fire had' a good start and 'the visited town last week, and admit-; If-.e DnMm correspumrcnt... of-.' the had nothing to fight it with, tempt .on .into bril, cit dishonorable political servility, .laat ford ,vas diECOVCI-ed to te on I aoi prepared to. tale my stand with Slini of the R.SAV.Si'.P.; fed as much. Notwithstanding', the fact (hat the bylaw granting tho company right-of.-way over a road tillowa'nce was carried by a maturity, the company are unable .to take advantage ol this lor lack ol funds to proceed with construction. The- company .will forleit the charier Daily Ciluen, -a Labor paper, re- Ihat Loul Aberdeen, Lord Lieutenant of had tendered his resignation lo.'Mr. Uirrcll; Irish chief secretary and tlial Uirrcll. had gone to Ireland. to lake-.over the reins ol The Citizen adds, the Puke of Con- vvaion approaching he driver and used his whole lo put out the blajc: ii four r.vilcs .oi the- road are not j naught js still in Ireland arid repeats hnilt this fall. The'promoters baicjthat sijnir.cant precautions had been; been unable to dispose ot bonds, and taken against the visit pub- will likely have to let-tin whole pin-1 licly known, but there is no doubt position drop in the meantime. J that events are moving.hst. W'onlpeg, Sept. conven- tion of tho Associated Boards of Trails closed this morning. An'important resoiutlon advocating the formation of A National associa- tion was'passed. -Tho resolution was moved by' D! j. Campbell, Calgary, cd read ij the. effect that the csccn-' live of the west Canada board bo a to communicate with oth- er boards throughout the. Dominion'.' tho object of forming a National tho .e-xecutliro to report o. the Board at the next meeting. The was seconded by W. J. Fpw- Calgary, who pointed out the iced for provincial associations "to --i through their own governments, nd said these provincial nssoc.lalions '--n'formed could elect members'to' iiRUqiukl assoclaflori; A lengthy debate took place oh" th'o -I1 JOSTICE FOB, ROWDIES Inspector Tucker sat In Jiuig. mon.t on two Mounted men at Mncleod yesterday, a'c- casci of assaulting John Ross, of llanley, Sask. found them guilty of disgraceful con-: duct, and sentenced ont to six months and the other four CLOVER HILLING PLANT IN BUF FALO ED A FORMER CATASTROPHE months In the guard room, and will recommend.'tliat they be' j dismissed from the .service. Y., Sept. men were burned, six seriously, for a series of explosions that shattered the walls ol the Clover Milling pany's pjant here early today. Firii fcllbwed tlie explosions and the I flour mil! and storehouse's wrre destroyed with a loss ol 'litia.- _ The explosion' in.many re- sembled the dust 'explosion in A telegram _was received at tbe'Clty morning from ''Mayor Hardle'lii New-york. In which ho slat'eft that he had se- cured'-a caih'lolfer'-for 'the tli'e couti'cli has btcd-co'nBlder- v ing, but-a ineeti.nj will bQ held ff lliis'aEiernoQn vtb discuss the .matter. In a bet- tcr KSj'''ieen' received a Cblcaii'fitm. A repre- senta'tlyfcft.'the Ilrni, city.'ltnls STOPi'WORK Fe'rnle, Sepf.- Unlon of coal'mlnerB meet to- morrow nt consider a stoppage-of work-; for forty-' elylj't'. hours as a: protest ag- sent Vancouver Island. TO RECOVER FROM. THE PAUL FABER .Action has btartcd by the Catholic Parlsl of St. Patrick's oi this city lo recover the sum of 686.15, owing by Paul Faber Co., .Calgary, in liquidation. The money represents the unpaid payments on the two'-lotB.on the cbrner'of Stb. St: and 1st avenue, uo'j'gbt by. Mr. Faber a year ago last spring. It Is under- stood that no morty has been paid on the property except the ilisl cas'h pay- ment when, the lots were bought. The action' Is HnltL-ed in -the" Supniiae Court STANDING AHMY OF NEW REPUB- LIC: WILL- BE MADE MORE EFFICIENT Washinjiton, -D..C.J :Scpt. Red is Proving Costly to Stockmen of Southern Alberta After waiting nearly three years for a reiund ol JlOO.dut-y piid on pedigreed stock entering Canada at Coutts, John UrachaV oi, kirnb'all, has just about decided; to' take 'the case to the Mr. Dra- cha brought.this stock' over- the Imej his American papers .were-sent '-to' Ottawa, and only returned last: sim- mer, nearly .two yeats-'iatcr.' lie was assessed- duty -pn_.purebred breeding c-sttlc ST.! hojs, and told; that' .the- money would.be. rival at iispets came bact from Ottawa hilt the money has not yet'-apptare'd. It is not .tie loss of 11CC -.which- Mr. Bracha berauaus so diplomats hfte regard the he "wouldn't mind in his announcement, of China's purpose to jeans, llut the lact -.that; he 1 was employ.' a Cjerman offer of. without pedigree papers' ihe intl 200'subordinate ol-., whole of two years, as instructors Jot her army, for him to relive'- ar.ywh'ere a resumption, of plans interrupted by the revolution asainsi ".Yuan Shi Kai. Thejr expressed-Vjcw is that in- steaii ol-theie being by ___r ejlhe powers-to -de- which might have been'sived lia'd he veloprr.eni'it. .will bie-encouraged in been in possession o! .the papers. every .way, as-one potent means ot joing hack two 'or "thrfe guaranteeing the integrity ol the Chi-, years, another government nrar the actual worth.'cf. this stock- when sold.' And in the interim sev- eral whkh might, have', bct-n sold, have died, another, total, loss o IT, WAS "BIO TIM" New York. Sept. body of a man killed on August. 4 al pelhatn Partway, by a New York, ,Vew Karen t Hart- ddltlon.p{ eight, miles of term. Inal the new freight sheds will increase accomodatlon lO.OOO's.quare feel, The sheer on 13tn_Sl. Is 'almost work- men bflng .'engaged. In laying the ori pVge duly, the same as if llisy were ling a bunch of culls. 'Of course, they. were re and '-told that as soon as their papers, were returned Irom Ottawa, th; duly would be re- faidcd. Will they crcr get it 1 Fur- thermore, they hare tetn compelled to turn these high class rams, which have been accustom rdvtp .thorough care and into trie' quarantine field for- thirty days.. Mr. Stalker" says there is no feed and no watpr in the" 'quarantine. What will he result? The steel: will' he unsaleable at ths'cnd ol thirty days, even sup- posing, the papers are returned by that .lime. Hut lliese Imrortert are not. worry in 5. If the apes not return-them in as good shape "as they were received, Jlessrs. Harvey and Stalker. ivlll.refusc.lhcm. loHowins; episode, which was related in.briei to' the Herald, might oner a 'solution.' A farmer in Alberta with. Iwo cows and one horse thought he woulcl ship them fo his son back In tie States Just as. he reached1 CoutU a farmer from fowa, two sows and a pulled 'iito' Sw4e4 Ocut, headfd for Souiierii AlWtU. They were both held Bf.oj- the "'it- sptcliye lot yuaMnilw. But Mr. A., 'from AiBef- U, met Mr. -I, from lokir tifiifter related their tesptcllve tirooblw. They inspected fach other V lire stock you "Oot you fsald "1. "1 So As canie into wltrc live stock car, and felurned with' them .16 ,hfs destination. took '1IV cattle and horse hack to (he good olH and everyone was sat's.fiej-ex- ccpUng Uncle Sam and 'Johnny 'Car ntick, WHOLESALE LIQUOR LICENSE' FOR: CITY AND HOTEL AT ELCAN i PI TIE Grout Britain Shows its He- timungoii the Lus- itania Liverpool, Sept. body ot the laic .Mayor Oaynor of New York, was removed this morning from the Liverpool tow a where' it tad, been accorded :unpr.'ccedented bonorij by-Great Britain, acd taken-to 'tcei Cunard lite "steamer Lusitanifc. Lt was placed in the special mortuary, chapel deck ol the steamship. The1 Lusitanla is due io arrive at New York on Friday, Stp- tembcr 19. A special guard of six policemen, watched over the body In tic {own hill throughout the oight. The cis-' Vet rested on a great catafalque, which was-brought from tcr Abhor.-Early this morning body was re-embalmed. A dealh mast ol the features of the mayor also' 'taken this morning in accordance with, instructions re-. ceiverf from Mrs. Gaynor. The Liverpool. clergy, ttaded by the Bishop of Flu ius Gay cor to consent lo the hold- ing of a religious service at 7 o'clock this morning. In the dim light ot candles, and iii a, greiit fog which enshrouded tbe hallway, the Nev. Thecdg'rs- Hovrr ard, vicar of St. Matthews, conduct-" ert an impressive Church o! funeral rllual'over the remains of the dead mayor. Lethbridgc- will have another license shortly, making rive in'all.-The fifth" was granted this_.''-, morning, whin1 the -Board of License Commissioners considered cation of Lethbridge Ifliolesalers, -V Ltd., for a license to cany on a wholesale liquor business'In South Lethbridge. !L. JfcLelland appear- for the company. X'o objection was raised, the license being recommend-'. cd subject to final inspection. The' application of C. R. Austin, owner of the Coal City hotel at El- can, near Taber, was granted pro- visionally.' This, hotel had a license- up (ill July 1, when it was cancelled, lor cause. At the hearing strenuous opposition was offered by Manager Henderson oi -the Rock Springs mine, tion'signed, by. a number of'that 'district, which to show that the hotel was not a nr-. cossity. and that.Austin was "not the right man to run it. (he commissioners took the'vtew" thai the hotel was a necessity, and grant-; crtv the -license subject to transfer to a parly-suitable to the department: This will give-.Mr. Austin an oppw- tunity to.dispose ol his interests. .Oeo. Itice, ol .Shepherd and Dunlop, appeared for. the applicant. IRE IN II FURTHER INTEBESflNO DEVEL- OPMENTS IN CONNECTION' WITH MACLEOD It appears that- four' I.etbbridge mounted policemen were mixed 'up in tlm' at Mac- leod in wlilch it is alleged that John ROM of Hanley was held up. Tht men wen to Mae- iritt i bnneb oj prlfoc'ers two Macltod hH WHflMtlon, rtlch mjuM itltle objection hid'.' they not ra uniform. The lioun- pelio authcrltlw have no com- i plaint 'abtut the hold-up and the (wo mm at 'were puniched 'L bilng "drunk and flghtlnj; at Ihe tlpn." However, Ross Is said to haya .made a stafenient lo Mr.' the Xnlc'rlcan' hotel and Johnitbi; --V of the Maclcod led .Hot' den has made a signed f th'e atory, .The rnoiinled 'orlllcB are Incensed ovtl. the' gf.ue .and If. Ihe hold-up-.'charge'.'It' proven It will likely iVi.i. vKvlr.'b ;