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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TrUIay, September 19, 1013 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Pajre 5 mst GET-IOGEMR To Investigate Sullivan's Death Jolly Social Function Which Fully Met Pleasing Program New York, Sept. investiga- tion into a "certain.mangled body cently found at a rain-cad crossing In Broax began yesterday, Inquiry be-ins conducted by District- Allorney White. Sluco Iho funeral of "Big Tim" rumors'have IHWU ent he had not death accidental- Ij-, versions bolus mat he had been upon by foctpadt, left uncon- cioua on the track, or murdered out- right N'o autopsy -wae performed on 10 body, September. -9 U the date f the JnqueeL I( oae hundred men bravtj th to attend the get-together ban- sruet In Wesley church last nlsb.t, bow many more would have been there had weather boen flue? That U to conjecture; but there Is ao con- jecture about the fact that tho gath- ering a success. To tbosa men who It was to bo a "I function, and remained away the Mtt may tliat thero no of besslng, ant everyone vent In for getting acquaint rd and hkTlne a real jolly tiino. The Ladles' Aid ierved u dinner o the. most latisfjlne chinucter, bu aids Invariably do that, so lha praise would be Th tribnta tho ladles received the rapid and eminently satisfy ED way In which Ihe food provided dJsap VMjarod. After dinner, Mr. .8. Bal .who waa chairman, a dandy -fJn one at that, flarled part two of th programme by proposing the health of the King. It was to as only a Canadian can do It. 3JT. Ball u-as inquisitive and started out to find out cosmopolitan his Chief Inspector Issues Pamph- let Which Should Help the Farmers Out J. G. Garrison Sent Down by Tammany Forces for Con- tempt of Court ,e shoe. Last year the insptctioc of machines was wade by the It tbat 26 o' the machines' too Sue a screen, while an aqual numbor ailed to screen board. ?onBeqaently Is tmpoMlbte to clean the grain properly or comply with tbe tenna of the Act. 4. In Southern Alberta a frcreen vvould be ueed that will allow such as Hare's Car Muitard, FaUc Flax and Tblitle to ly through, a screen will also separate tho of Tumbling M tard, wild muttard and 6. lu the northern part of the pre- face a much coarser screen would bo Died, one that -will allow Ball Mustard i put through easily. In anticipating; the objection libly railed by viz.. that If a coarte wreea fc ueed they the ot thrwhlng many bushels of grain that pass through the It It urjed In reply thai buehel of wetd scad separated from one crop meant 100 bushtls more ot clean grain to ehresh Ihe following year. ID the end the thresher benoflta as well as the farmers and tha com m unity at large. The department of agriculture la-' tends doing coLslderable work thla year by meaci ol the local weed in- tpectora !n Inspecting the work done by threshers In all parla of the- prov- ince oiiciab instructed not to waste any time lu frequent Inspec- tions ar.d admonitions but to proie- cute every violation of ibe alove sec- tions ol the Noxious Weeds Act with- out delay. The municipal weed la- electors have tie- power. 1 am, yours very truly, J. D. SMITH, Superintendent, MAY CALL THEM ALL OUT Birmingham. Eog., Sept. OrsanUer Moffatt declared it a oiaM caeetins here today that the esecutiYS committee of the National Union of RallwaTBien had endorsed the- slrlko. "I am in a position to asfc ery railroad worker fa Knglaud to quit work In itipport ol the told the strikers. Because of Inability to satisfactorily adjust the loss by fire at court hcuse, the seven insurance com- panies Interested will themselves the repairs made. Daring the nexl few weeks much can ie doue by the farmers In the eradica Ion of iioilouG weeds. lu the past ffi'.v months a gnat deal has been accom- [jllLhcd along these Hues, but It hasj laken a lot of hard work. At ihle zea- sou very HUlo effort required to keep down the spread of weeds xhrougli the moving of threshing ma- chines that are insufficiently cleaned, from one field to another, and from dirty farms to clean oces. Chief Weed Inspector Smith has addressed a cir- cular letter to all the thrcshermen tu the proTince, and by reading it carefully farmers will be In a position to prevent any iutractlon of the or- dinance, and thus protect themselves and thcSr farms from Injury, due lu large measure- to carelessness on the letter large umasurf lu Albany, X. V-, Sept. i part Of the threBherwan. The Sulisr's persotial frknd and special jn fUn herewith: graft investigator, James 0. Garn- Edmonton. AUK. SO. son, slept last niftht in a cell ol the Albany county penitentiary. He was remanded to that institution by the scrgtantr-at-arms ol the state assem- 'v- questions were born lu betbbridge lo There [put to him by the speaker, follow- Y.-KB co reHporise.S'o natives thtre. "All ifho were- born In Al- iald Mr. Ball. Not one. Bri- tish Colmbia? None-. Baekstchewan? None. Manitoba? At there was one. The yonly man of the Hundred present woo wae born west of the Great Of a trutb, this a new country. Ontario had the biggest re- presentation. There wag three from Quebec, one being tbe chairman, and c Kcatterins revreaenuUoa from of tho eastern Good old Kngland made a fine ahowlDg. and taking H a. whole, the, gatterine (julle representative of the new land. There were a-number of toaxti and several of the responses were exceptionally Interesting. The tOists ncd sjieakers B'ero: "Wesley ahurcb; That IB the beat church makes the best responded to by Rev. 'G; H, Cohbledick, who dwalt on thft religioui side of tie Mr. H. 31. Cragg, who.dwelt with the social side. now came next. "Man .ponal strength but as he acts in con- junction with others." Responded to by YV.'A. M.P., and Dr. W. S. GaVbraith, the former dealing with. the building fcad, aad'the-latter 'church support. "Men of the congregation" was next honored, and Acllng-Mayor Lovertnt responded. The Sunday school had sponsors T. W. Quayle and P. C, Jennings. The Epworth league came next and found Its friend and cham- pion In Mr! A. E. Rose, Tho Young work was coupled with the name of Mr. K. Howard liobaon, and tho last toast, "the found a. gallant and efficient champion In Mr. W; A. Hamilton. There were songs by J. T. Petta, Mr. Frank A. Maxwe'.l and Mr. Albert Ter- rill, and certainly three more ing Binders could not be desired. The men were fully appreciative, WT. B. D. Shantz gave a, recitation In ig his arrest on a charge of con- etnpt The rtiaige grew out oi his allrgeJ stntemenl several weeks hat four legislators told their votes tbe resolution impeaching Gover- nor Suiter, Plans'br the Suher "laclion today were to obtain n writ ol hatcas cor- ins ironi the supreniB cmut, for the of Garrison. Majority Leader Levy, nowerer, said this morning that such action would be impossible, as tbe assens-t 'Ay had ''plenary poivei to punish for The arrrst- of Garrison came as n climax to a weary evening spent by the assembly in an attempt to rour.d up the seventy-six votes necessary to pass additional articles o! Impeach- Edmonton, Aug. SO, 1913. Dear is the coinplatnl ol a great many farmers in this province f that the throning machines are doing more to spread noxious weeds than nny oihcr agency known to them and that sections 16, 17 and IS of the N'oslouB Act should be enforced. The EtcUons referred to read as follows: 16. PZvcry thresher shall thorough- ly clean hts Inside and t, and all his wagon racks, Iinmcd-j iately after threshing at each set-! ting and removing the machine or' any other part thereof to another set- ting. "Every thresher shall clean the grain threshed by him, and when It IE delivered to the owner it shnH not contain more than 100 seeds of nor- ious weeds other than wild oats, in ono thousand of grain, and all screen- ings containlns'-the seeds shall be de- stroyed by the owner within five days this morning, after en impassioned plea from Majority Leader for a better attendance when the assem- bly convcned'at noon" today.' Telegrams were rushed to anti-Sul- 2e[ assemblymen who are out ol the .onal stYfrnath but as he .cts in con- 'Ily, lhem to ceturn bprc ment against Governor Sulzer. Theiafter it-is threshej or removed In body finally adjourned at 2.33 o'clock! closely woven and securely tied sacks. SENSATIONAL FALL OPENING SALE This extraordinary sale will open your eyes to trie wonderful bargains we are going to offer during the Fall season. Tremendous import shipments have just arrived, and we are offering them at prices that will open up a new era in price cutting, and'maintain the reputation of our store as the mecca of bargain seekers. EXAMINE THE FOLLOWING SAMPLE SPECIALS For Ladies IS. Every'thresher sna11 display-in a upon his machine a card contalnlns.thfs and the two pre- ceding clauses, "which card shall be furnlrCied free upon application to'the department. leuiateiv, any of Tammany lieutenants were ordered above, provisions is liable to penalty not to permit a single man already in Albany to leave. The assemblytncn are tliorefore, virtually prisoners in the city. Canadian Public Health Association fine style- The gathering concluded with "Auld Syne" and the National Anthem, and went homo fully deter- mined to make the flno new Wesley church a force In the community. BEREAVED Sept. NEWSPAPERMAN Saskatoon. Saak.. death occurred la the city hospital Teatorday, after a brief illness of jmeumonlai of Eva Alice, wlfo of T, A. Itrighl, advertising manager of the H Prince Albert, and formerly of the Winnipeg Telegram. Controller Thomas Foster, of To- ronto, has practically decided to op- pose Mayor Huitkon In (he noxt elec Hon. Kegina, Sask., Sept." annual congress of the Canadian Pub- ic health association was welcomed this morning by citizens of Kegina at its first session in the city haH au- ditorium. R. Blackburn, chief inspector oi fltflam boilers for speaking on the smoic nuisance, de- clared teat thn'.Rity ol Cleveland lost to annum, but in small the nuisancc'was not" so apparent. He, made a ploa for provincial legislation on the. subject. A luncheon was noon lo the members by .the provincial gov- ernment at the parliament buildings. This morning over 250 delegates had icgislcred and H ia expected the congress will be the greatest success ever held. not cicccdlpg 150 and costs. The obligations imposed by Uie law as sUitcd In tae preceding sections are. easily complied vrlth. Threshers aru requcEted to exercise care in tbis respect, and the following sug- gestions are 1. A good stout broom 93buld be used to sweep wagon racks ond tho1 Insidv and outside of the machine. 2. The machine should be speeded np to 30 per cent, higher 3peed In order to sbnke and blow but all the seeds that have lodged within it. This should be done for at least five rnlc- ttes after the last sheaf has been thrcsbed. While the machine !s run- ning at this high speed tbe screen should bo carefully swept with a brcom. 3. There should he no difficulty in complying with section :17 It the pro- per screen is UEed and the screen board is removed from the bottom of HAS MAYORALTY ASPIRATIONS Brandon, -Man., Sept Harry Cater has decided to contest tbe mayoralty scat here at tbe elec lions In December. Mayor Fleming has already signified bla Intension of this year. Unshrinkable Fall .Beg. 50u, for 19C Corsets, that assure grace, ami styles ,rcg. for 39p Shirt Waists i.n of cap- rivaling models. Keg'ular 81.00 for 39C' lloncy-comb' Shawls, all coirs; Keg. for 39C Skirts, of ideal 'French -Cloth Reg. for For Men Reg. 29C -39C Working Shirts of merit, Sl.OCffor Overalls, rcg. -51.00 for Suits of all wool serge; rcg. for'... -S7.75 Fleece Lined neg. for 35C Caps, 'with a line fur flap. regul- ar for 39C Men's 'Boots, llcg. SS.OO Turkish Towels, reg. 25c, for 5c Svlish Soft Hats, regular 83.00, 'for Overcoatf? of fine French Cheviot Eegular for SALE NOW ON IN FULL SWING N.B.-We refund Car Fare to buyers from South Side on purchases over Alberta Trading Co. 418 13th St. North Lethbridge The most moderri ana .sanitary building and equipment in the province PURE MILK AND CREAM Good service We'll sec thrtt you're satisfied Pelletier, prop, PlinnA niral 114 rnone ruran 11? We Have Anything You Want H Its On The Market You can always depend on wnat you buy nere lor all our Meats are grown in this district. Our buyers and butchers understand how to give you the best eating Meats. If you are not a customer give us a test. Cor. 4th Ave and 6th St, C DELANYS LIMITED Telephone 452 ;