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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, September 1913 TITE LETilBRTDOE DAILY HERALD Pa are 5 EMPRESS A NEW DIVISIONAL PDINI si' C.P. U. Will Change pbl- Rush for Slmunavon Lots FRED INGS EXONERATED It has never been, LCI will be tba policy of tbo Canadian 1'acifjc rail- way ID entourage '-'ivild-catliog" in tho sale ol lots Iu any ol its lorcn- tites in Western Canada, and iu view D! this, auction sales of lots in new townsltt-E were abandoned by the De- partment of-Natural Resources upon ils formation two rcira aso. Nor did the company ,ever feature a town un- less same was going to be maintain- ed by the91 important point, llecfully, .ahaiuavon, i new town- cite on tho Vcyb'jrn-Uth'jridjc lice has hern advertised for si'o in the manner in which fanner towns'ites ha'.e betn. sold by the cor.ipjny, wherein prospective purchasers form Iti line acu1 aie allowed to purchase only two business acd three residen- tial which, il they wish, they may rc-fonu in the line and tonit round' 'or further pur- tliase. In connection with the sale ol at Staunavon, however, tho fact brought out forcibly that speculators huvo been-able to taVo Kreat advantage of this policy, and men at Lake sale have al- i-ttuly tren; in lice Some days to pur- I'hasr. Shaunavon lots, tht. sale ot which will fate place September 17th. It ii reported that the first man in Hie lir.o Is -oflrring-lo sell his posi- tion for other men fercnt points in the waiting order have made more or less similar pro- positions. This would certainly in- dicate that- in -spite of -the so-called money stringency'-and 'tho general de- cline ol llu] real estate aclirlly, there is yet considerable interest in estate circles residing tho pur- ibaEc ol lovvnsite properly. EMPRESS TOWN'SITE .Tiu-re .has been a great deal of pub- licity townsilo of Kinpress, and'as'far as can bs learn ed, more letters requesting Informa- tion in conDeclloi with the sate o" tills property have been received a the with the Bale of any other1 previous townalte toen said that Empress wouh a divisional point, and later this Buffalo wa named as cojnes a definite- statement from Mr TJ. S. Dennis, assistant to the presi ilcnt, to the effect that since the pre- vious announcement" regarding Uul baa-bccn-foynd-lhaf Kmpres could be maintained-as a divislona Point and-more cqnvealectly operal rd as: one than" BufftJu. Empress jthcrctore, will be a divisional.poin tutol-v- between'. Swi! Current 'and' Calgary; In order may be no re- currence of. the events ia Hie. salo o Shaunavon is announce that lots at Empress, will bo cffere at public auction on a day" and da' later'to be announced and tlat bona fide manufacturers, businc-s mm, aniT.thosc wishing to tatje legitimate business within a perlo rjl six months, a certain, number f lots lii each hlock wjll'tje set asid and sold to men at- flicd price Winnipeg, Sept. Inp of Namou, exonerated cm the iho charge of horio Eteallns preferred against him and Samuel Hlce, a wit- ness has been arrested charged with torgery. >Mward lilll baa Issued writ aftalnst Ings for H5.000 for al- leged slander. r Railway Y. M. 0. A. at Cranbrook Branching Along Progressive Linos 11. C., SCHOOL DISTRICT ORGANIZED- DAIRY FARMING is OP1NU SF03T OFFICE CHINA YIELDS DEMANDS Peking, Se'pL dema presented to China two days ngo i connection.with the Wiling 0! Japs cso EtibJOf.U. and the tramping ot th Japanese flag by CMnoao weru copied In their entirety today by th J'cMnj government. 'Ineiwr Creek etlid cream la nwl :ly into every bearing and tricboo point of every mtl Kwng machine. It works all dirt, diction Oil u1 St ONE THOUSAND BUSHELS FOR HE REFUSES A BUSHEL Xeapawa, Man., Sept. 15. Captain Harrison, 'or Haltboro, has one thous- Laxatives nftcUlljr ;ood for children Wuuse they are (iluttfit to lait, gentle in tctton, do not Irritate the bonelt noi dertlop need for wolloiuJ or incrtued dowt. J5C. a boi, at yotr U.-T. T. Twin Putte, Sept. of .a er.ormous development going oa the Wnterton Lakes dltl.-kt may] o seen In the fact that a ec-bool dle-j let has been organized where five tars ago there was nothing bill i ock. Parkview Is the name of tho strict, and tho figures given to the- eparlinent shoved 23 children ot cbool age within Its boundaries. De- enturea are now offered for sate and is school will, It is expected, be endy for use by January 1, 1914. A step forward is being nado la this district In the milter airy slock. The country is primarily mlied farming country with a lean- ng to Chris Williams and Toin xirnel havo been leaders EO far as airying Is concerned. Mr. WIMIanis as been making buttar ind milk, and Ir. Carugl has delivered bis ut "locher Creek, liie BUCCWS which as crowned the dairy experiment baa nduced many of the settlers to go nfo It and nearly ereryoae who can IB reached from the main route to ana fcushels of matured com sown of Koit Stee'.f, president of tHe pranirook Conserva- tive aesociation, spent Saturday in tte clij. Al. Mull, ol-the 1'erisie Fort Steele Brewing Co., Kernic, transadtd busi- ness in Craubrook Saturday. Chas. Pye, jr., o! Waidnei, spent Rundty under tiic parental roof. Archie Waller, cl the fimi ot Wall- er and i.iWicoat, returned Saturday liglit 'from a hurried business trip down the Crow. Colin rl.cilch, of Maclfcil, spent _____ his mother, Mrs. A. LeiicVIn town tbe latter end ol the li. Rogers, oi Hull Iliver, spent a lew hours in town Friday. Rev. W. K. Thompson ar.d wife, spent a i day will: Mr. ar.d Sirs. Geo. Sluir, q! Vahi, the ol the tltii Association are opening up an evening school for the boys and men ol city, tte first quarter being from Sept. loth to Dec. 19lh. Sub- jects will be taujUt by competent teachtis as follows: Arithmetic, Sfondays atd Wednesdays uom 7.30 to fi-30; Correspondence, Mondays ar.d Wedoeidays, 8.30 to 9.30 Boot- keeping, Tuesdays and Thursdays llrom 1.30 to 8-30; Shorthand, Tues-' [days and Thursdays from 8.30 to 19.30 First Aid, Friday evenings' lee to all, for the others there I u'ill be a nominal charge. For the' opening evenlcg and enrollment, Mon- iky evening the 15th, tooi the lorm of a social evening. Refreshments ar.d cotes T.-sre. Evrvcd and howling ieys, pool tabies, and other amuse- r.ents were thrown open to all itors. Secretary Cameron is plannin; for more of these social events the near future. Geo. ar-d wife, of tliver, spent a days in town this wrtlf. Mrs. Logan and son, of Calgary, are visiting.Xurse Salmon. jits. A. G. Henderson and family PROCLAMATION To the Citizens of Lethbridge, GREETINGS KXOW YE: 'I'll AT I. James I'd ward Lovering, by virtue oi' the jiowcrs in me vested as .Mayor of llie Cily of Lelhbridge, do hereby declare a half holiday on Tuesda3r, the 16th dny of .September, A. 1913 from the hour of noon, and hereby tii 11 upon nil good citi- ii to observe the snnie. J. 1C. I.OVKllIXG, Acting ifnyor GOD BAVK THE KING ummer. Mr. and lire. A. St. A; Campbell lave been doing Boma work on their lomestead west o'[ At iresent Mr. 'Campbell Is hauling logs rom the lakes and will build a house. On his firsi trln lie was unfortunate cno-jgh to break hie trees, aad this with tbo had road into tie brush kept him on the trail three days. Definite? annovncement has teen ade tiat a post offico Is to be es- tablished on the Nlion homestead ten miles so'.ith west of Tnlt] Biitte Tho name ot the office Park view and a somlJweekly Bervlceiwil be Tips the fiaullng of mall from Twin Butie. This office will be only eight miles from Lakes and will serve a large number of settlers in the parks country. W. :A. intends finishing up [he Interior of 3iis house, this fall. When completed It .will be'one of the finest In the district... Wm. Terrll-Lns gone up to Water- ton Lakes park Work as foreman on tho government road sang. On Thursday he fir' a cook to go up into tho high on pack trail work'. It is reported "thai" Ih'e '.Glasgow May I. for -which he has been offered and refused per bushel. Corn ias been grown more o? less success- fully in the Hallboro district for some years past, but this is the first time EO large a quantity has been matured fit for seed. returned to lov.n and will re qn'Bonvell aver.i.c. his mother re- turned'this from an enjoyable vacation in the States. J, ;F, Uridges, of Koit Stceie, transacted business in tosin this end. Fred Simpson, lormrr editor of the Herald, and Mrs. spent a feu' days in town Ihls'Syeek, 'travelling cast. W. M. Erler, ol Cranhrook, has''opened up a restauract in Fer- Malcolm, of Crows Xest; J. and C. A. Sawyer, W. Kerr and JIfs. Kerr, of Elfeo, and Herb SiwyeJ, of Morysville, spent Tues- day'and Wednesday in Cianbrqot. Clarke McKenzie, of, spent a f.eys' days in town this weet-end. j. .Hundeifcfd Pollen and wife are spending a fewiweeas on their ranch oufin.lhe distriH adjoining the city. 1 Truman and ilfb. Iloisman reluin- frbm'Olenlilly Friday. Tte news ot the sudden death in Vaucouier Wednesday night ol J. E. Hev. W. K. Dunham is carrying his EFFECTED AFTER !elt arm In a slir.j, having dislocated his shoulder- Horn, in Cranbrook, on Friday, Sept. 12, to'Jl. 15. and Mrs. Collins, a Mrs. J. II. Scott and daughter, o! i SE1GE BE A IS SAID FARCE TO Vienna, Sept. the Al- Souris, are visiting with Mr. jtaclan lava whlch tte Montenegrins and Mis. A. L. McDermot. tVjaty. court will he held on the 16lh, inst. The application of N. Hanson for liquor license lor his Grill was heard belore the license commissioners Wed- nesday and postponed for GO days. B. C., Sept. 13. Mrs. (Dr.) Uunnel left this morning for a visit to her old borne in Prince Ed- varti Island. Dr. of Cranhrook, has jeea in Fercic for the past few tlavs N_OW PND.ER y. ,s. PROTECTION AND SAFE FROM KIDNAPPING DESIGNS Colebropk, N'. H., Sept. 15.-Harry K, Thaw awaited anxiously today the arrival of linited States' Mar- shall E, N'ule, bearing notice.' to Sheriff Drew, of L'oos county, that the fugitive must be produced on a writ of habeas corpus before .Judge Aldrich in the united States district sr.t fonr.ctly Jack Cranbroolc, professional business. Tte teachers of the public school staff entertained a few ol were by Ihe Powers to sur- render to aa international commis- sion after its capture and occupation, is ia a state of chaos, according to private letters reaching hsre. The adraiuistratlon under. the in- ternational coramtEShn, presided over by tbe British Admiral, Sir Cecil Il'Jr- ney, is declared to be a farce. The police have lost their heads and do r.ot stem to fcnovr who to Every- body gives orders and .nobody pays any attention to them afterwards. (The international troops are accus- ed of stealing'the merchants' wares from the customs house, and the Al- banian owners are afraid to complain. Tho military are omnipotent. .Tbe Ad- Very Attractive Art the Photo- graphs that take of Indtvldu- because we give to each pic--. turo A fine fin- ish that maket It" a veritable Work Of We certainly have made some very fajthful and attractive p o rt- ralts and we can dp the same for 'you at any time, Children's photic graph i a tpeclal court al Littleton tomorrow morn- Thaw then will be under the-pro- ranch and cattle are 'Id be offered for leefion ol the Oniled States pending sale nnd that Iho owner ill move to disposition oi the writ nnd the guar- antee of safety in the face of- rhany 33 of ranching, anil leaves with rumors was a rating estimated at CONTROL RAILWAY. MEXICAN REBELS Ottawa, Sept, pcoplft ol excellent ueather. the finest in many years, for the test crop in several said ParHaiiienlaty counsel, en Ills return from six ivccVs1 visit in the .West. Mr- Smith says, however, there Is a Icclinf rimong tho Western (armors vesting conditions are favorable the Kastfrn people get (ogcthsr and ralsi the rntca. anil prlcis on the farmer needs thus the bene- .of the. good is'not :t slmuld be In the'West Among the figures to be seen on the front of the locomotive Is a.woman rebel, fully armedi and an actual combatant NURSE MASSEUSE MANICURIST "Connaught Beauty Parlors" Under tht ptrsonnl direction of Mrs. A. H. Alter, (aft of Vancouver, B.C. Phone 1613 CONNAUGHT MANSIONS 'Suile Eight of .'the .Davis Bros.: Electric com- parijr, came as a great shock to his many friends here.' .Mr. Davis had been-visiting his sor.s here and re turned to'the boast- about two weeks ago, and while not feeling very well, notbing of a serious nature was an- titipafed. Mr. Davis was a member of the Orange Lodge, Jlasontc. Lodge and-the Knights of I'ythijs, and was admired and respected sterling qualities by all who ktiew him.. The sympathy cf Ihe citizens ol Cranbrook goes out to his wife and family -in Ibis their hour of bereave- ment. A' fifteen round holing contest is scheduled for Friday, Sept. 19 bi- twecn Joe Canadian and Italian, middleweight champion, and Dick Marshall, of Fernie, aspirant or the Canadian title. Both these men .boYed here within the 'past cou- ple of months, Uvanni winning by a inockout over Drannen, of Toronto, Marshall knocking out Jim Mc- I.caa, of Hull River. CranbiooV citi- zens know that toth men put up a interesting houl, and expect this to he the keenest match seen some limf. Single fare for the round trip to the Spokane lair is drawing large crowds from Cranbrook, .each west- bound train carrying a large number. Leaving as they are the.first of the week they can see the sights.and re- time for Cranbrook fair on thelSth and 19lh. The. auto road, which is now completed to Spokane, is appealing strongly' to Cranbrook autoists, and several patties are tra- velling to the fair by automobile. Cranbrook fair on the 18th 2nd s every promise of being the most succcsslul ever held in these parts. .Entries com ng in and will jar exceed the best previ- ous year, and over 100.0 prizes wil Of the lots and buildings advertis- ed for sale "on account of unpaid tax- es, about seventy-five uer cent, -vere withdrawn, the iaxes having-teen paid previous to sale, n portion of the balance was. taken "over ty the city. A train larfpn with polo ponirs, their Iriends to-a barbecue ar.d com i council, the highest ruling an- roast In the park last- evening. I tbo.-ity, Is constantly Issuing procla- mations. These are commonly called flowers" because they are stuck on the wallF, and then forgotten even by their authors. Many of the Inhabitants declare they would rather return to the rule of the despised Turks, as everything is so hopelesrly muddled, especially the administration of justice. The chief judge of the criminal court Is a French officer who knows none of the local tongues. His official translator is an Armenian who knows .them all, but the version of the case which reaches'the ear of lha court is sjld .o be that of a party who bag found :he way lo the heart of the translator, through his pocket Consequently miscarriages of Justice nro frequent.' A Montenegrin chnrgefi with rob- bery and assault was fined and banished from the city, and an Al- banian who stole twenty apples from a garden was sent to prison for.forty A Christian citlztn who stole a revolver got off -with a fine of and a policeman who allowed a prison, er to escape was sent to prison for six months. Admiral Burney has ordered thai thoroughbred racing horses onii tivck- Ing bronchos passed through here to- day en route lor service at tte Spo- kane lair. Married at Barrie, Ontario, on .Saturday 6th, Mr. F. Finlayson, k'erna McCosh, ol Uarrie. Uolh con- :racting parlies arc well known in Mr. Archie Farquhson has under :onstructlon a modern three storey office building. H is fireprool through- out and will be an ornament to the Fernie, Sepl.'locomo- tives have been received from the Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phila- delphia for service on the Morrissey, Fcrnlc- and railway. Steve Hauzel, a Kussian, was ar- rested Friday for" heating his wife and. shortly after his committment to the cells look ill. Fie was remov- ed to the hospital and died last flight. His wife and children arc in destitute circumstances and arc to be departed. WERE GIVEN Waterlon, Sept.- A THRILLER Bur- then changed her mind. LDU- Isei k la understood, will appear, per- sonally .to her cousin, on his return from his summer vaca- tion In Switzerland. She ii ttefiojlbed by her friends aa extremely cervoua and easily excited. The organization of aii anarchy In France on a practical basts is lha. principal result of the anarchist gress over which M. Aubin presided. AmOng the coteworthy qeclsIouB was'' that it Js not the business of anarchy: to aspire to political power an- archy's aim is deslnictEon." A Violent quarrel arose between the cornmun- istio and individualistic anarchists, eo that for a time it appeared that the congress would come to no conclusion whatever. The irere In a minority and they Trere flnaJljr ox- c oram unicated by th e. communists who continued the congress. They.. adopted these principles; Anti parllamenUrlaQlim. Anti militarism. nil playing games of hazard be arreslrd. When this order is car- ried out tho French judge promptly releases them, since gambling is not recognized as French law. a crime under. the field and Danielson, of the hydro- graphic department, who left Card- Eton last week, niet with an accident which prevented their return for EOV- eral days. On Tuesday they hitched their (cam at the hotel.nnd prepared to return to As soon as they were, seated tbe team started and crashing Into a fence, tore it away. Keeping their seals they circled the team around, the fiat in front" of the hotel and -headed them out of the DAUGHTER OF LEOPOLD SEEMS ualist asplrntion in be" givfn pass. well till Supt. Brown's Kenora, Onf., Sept. engi- neers ol the .Joint.Wa- (erwajs Commission, Arthur. V. At- Ihiir, Toronto, and A. F. Myers, Min- neapolis, accompanied by pougiisN. McLean, of the Manitoba tlyarCRU- phic survey, were, here the, latter part of lait week oxaininfag luldsnw relating to water levels, and Inspect- ing new giiagca 'which halt bEcn 'es- tablished. Arrangements were also mado lo slart some curvey parlies from Kenora to examine tiering on the shore o! the'lake, which might he the. water ol the- lake at 'various stages. Survey parties will begin ball matches both days, tiotse races and a boxing match in the evening of the second day will all help to make the attendance a record one. The ladles ol Knox church have pro- cured the sole-right to servo tr.eals j on. t lie ground's and are making elab- orate prepare lions to handle.. crowds; Cold All home made will te served, each day at 50 per plate. Cornelius Cromjn spent the week- end in Elfco. W. Dreulelle, ot null niver, is a few days in town. B. .Vincent -has returned to Cran- brooS from Yablc, H being to the-allowing ol Chinese to open up business establishments on the main .streets of the town, lltre- toforc they.have been confined :o a pail of the lown by IhemscK.'s. He- tidily a Chinese tailor shop was op-' up en Norbury avenue and this; week others ol the same color hive1 lukcn 'over a restaurant on Cran-; brook foliage was when the team got out Of cftfitrol and dumpod the occupants on the pfhlrlft. Mr. Daniel- sou ia still at thft hotel with a cd ankle but will be around soon. Mr. Rurfletd rtlcrned to Cardslon nono worse for hia experience. Tiic llaiiuay Young Men's Chrh- Northeni Overalls Shirts WORTH! R OVKKALLI wrt m 1. 2. 3.. SyndirBllfim, provfdlnnnlly, ing the attainment of absolute .'free- dom by resolution. 4. The necessity or preparing _for this revolution by short, rtoisnt strikes. 5. All the means of pro3uctlqn should be held In common, hnt bow IM IW beurft U otbere." Tie hct led f lo b no that you W Urn sufterinr. Try remedj ll rtve HU'M liclp you ret nuMiHek. i iM 5 HOT liToiif tlit Ntlloml Drat ClraiMl ;