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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald Volume TV. Friday, December dumber SEWAGE DISPOSAL PLAN IS ENDORSED A RAKE OFF MADE ON ROAD ROLLERS GAVE A RAKE OFF ON TWO ROAD ROLLERS Sensational Evidence Against L Buchanan at Oxford County Judicial Enquiry- Money Was Returned Later .4 DISASTROUS FIRE IN MESSINA, ITALY Dec. pay- ment of T. Buchanan as a commission upon the sale to Oxford county of two road rollers, was Eworn to this, morning at the invest- igation before Judge Snyder.. J. T. tlayer, manager for Western Ontario of the J. I. Case Co., made the ac- cusation against Buchanan. He told 'of visiting the ex-warden at his office in Ingersoii, where he received the impression that unless a ten per cent, commission went to Buchanan, the Bale by the company would not 'go through. The sale was later made, but for sorae .time the commission was not. paid. Then one day Mr. Hayer received word that the road machine had got out of order. He went to Ingersoii, and out to the road where the rollers were stationed. He MEANS MUCH TO CANADA AND U.S. Tribunal, to International Control Railroads Cross- ing the Boundary Toronto, Dec. special to the Star from Washington this morning says, "A treaty bet-ween the United States and Canada establishing an International Commerce Tribunal, which shall have jurisdiction over all y j IJVCJL illl round them in bad shape, having ap- railroads crossing the boundary line, parently'been tampered with. Before j will in all probability be drawn up TOM tUSSELL T Grain Grower Says He Gets Easy Money Out of Farmers THREE THOUSAND FOR ALBERTA Big Colony of Scotchmen to Locate in Northern Part of Province Edmonton, Dec. 30 accordance with the scheme of the Duke of Suth- erland, who visited Edmonton last summer, and o'f the Canadian agencies of London, which are interested in a greater part of the Western Canada KNIGHTHOOD FOR CANADIAN MAYORS FAVORS RECOMMENDATIONS OF ENGINEER MURRAY A Strong Letter; of Approval From One of the Leading Health Authorities V of ;danada c will ill till UiUuttUlllly DC UiiiWil UU Tt7" TV OA T> vr -wu.iAw.uw, returning to had a talk i in the immediate future according to V Land company lands in Northern Al- Tvith Buchanan, when latter tniri a bv J. P. tne iuanitooa b-ram brow bert, annon by J. P. Mabee, the Dorrinion Railroad a statement chairman of rH t utiUiC t-iJ "Within the next "the Buchanan, when the latter told nim that if the commission was not paid, the road rollers would be ship- ped back to the company. Kayer then told of taking to Ingersoii, and paying it to Buchanan on an ag- lie m a, jjuoiiuLUi vU iciv uyiuit; Oui reement purporting to be on the sale respective governments a comprehens-' As an automobile manufacturer, pro of an automobile., ..This "was accord-! ivc plan-for the establishment and by tariff, MacKen- ing to Hayer, drawn up to cover the ooeration of a permanent tribunal _.., I believe that 'our labors will be com- berta, Scotchmen are to come to the west next year, a great many of whom will settle oa lands west of Edmonton. ujt ViijU-CA-' LUC 'big delegation, which recently inter-; This movement has. been started by' viewed PrerrierHEiaurier. 01 Sutherland, .who owns states in -Scotland, and who is an taking ers in ilsteS of the farmer .for., every thousand dol-' to real transaction. Later the lawyers which will to cope with the P1" tiie farmer7or; every thousand dol- of the company demanded the' return 'situation that confronts both shirkers lars the' latter "spends in his line, and _- _ n__ as Ions as such-conditions remain it lar num Scottish of the commission. Buchanan refus ed and an action was brought. Be-, fore the case was entered, Buchanan settled by paying the ?340 and costs. .London, Dec. is MEANS MANY FARMERS Collapse of Bank More Serious Than Anticipated Toronto; Dec; wreck of Lisbon" despatches that the BaJ bids fair to result government has broken down in For- compared to _ which the after effects of the collapse lugal. It is asserted-that-the- Brit- -of tne Ontario" Bank-weife trifling At meeting-of Haltoii farmers in; Mil- ing that a warship be sent to Lisbon, fton, held for "the.-purpose the fact that the provision- of talking over the. affairs of the' al government was no longer able to bank, it became plain that the insol- rely on the'army or navy., It is stat- 'vency of the bank "means'ruin to-many ed there is dissatisfaction in the army of the shareholders and depositors, and navy and among the Corking class Sums representing the life ea'rn- es owing to- the slow progress of the "i31Ss of families in rural Ontario government and the plotting by a sec- "went In to the Farmers Bank. The ret society to restore Manuel. Mailed1 money invested in shares is gone, advices to London indicate a crisis of i the deposits are not likely to be j heard of again, except to the extent and carriers at the boundary said Mr. Mabee. BUY MONTREAL PLANT Welland, Dec. message class. as long as such7 conditions remain it is little use for- the manufacturer try- ling to the farmer by the arm and dispel. his erroneous impression that he is paying tribute to any from Montreal states that the syndi-1 cate which controls the Ontario Iron! and steel plant at this place will pro- j Steel i VMr. continued Mr. Mac-' CANADIAN SHEEP CAN purchase the Montreal Co.'s works. GO to.the Telegram from Washington this mor- ning says: of Agriculture Wilson has issued .an order pennitt- "seems to take a zood dcaKnf Importation of Canadian comfort out of the resolution passed for-exhibition at tne National Winnipeg Vegetable Growers' j Mid-Winter Sheep show, to be held -which consists of prob- j at Portland, Ore., from January 4 to -Hon. L. G. DeVeber, M. D., medical health officer, has received a letter from Dr. C. A. Hodgetts, medical adviser to the Conservation Commission. He is one of the authorities in the arid en- tirely endorses T. re- commendations in regard to sewage disposal. He bays. "I must apologize for delaying; to write with reference to, air. .Murray's report on the proposed sewage al plant for the cityof regards lewage dispoial, I am of the opinion it will aatiBfy tin Local Government Board off Great Britain. Bincerely trust that the authoic ittes will -see their way clear to car- ry .out the recommendations ot Mr. Murray." _ KEEP CHILDREN FROM t MOVING PICTURE Dec.; The' cesean unloa of the by j ably' fifty truck growers around Win- nipeg. The western delegation rep- 's j resented branches of the G-rain Growers' association, of which has a larger representation than the Winnipeg Vegetable association. "The said MacKen- zie, "are entitled to all the comfort they can receive' out of settling up the opinion of this-association.against the opinion oi western grain growers and the opinion-of the grange of Tor- onto." St. Paul, Minn., Dec. wo- j men are believed to have perished, one body.having been recovered, three men were so severely burned; that they will die, and ten others were se- verely hurt in a fire that completely destroyed'Concord Fiats, a thre.e-stor- some sort soon uj. a.6a.w, LU tue extern: The crew of .the Cruiser Don Carlos >of 25 cents on the dollar, and flatly refused to obey an order to go f v, T to Madeira. Rind censorship Is a certaint7 of a hundred per cent. to Madeira. Rigid censorship also causes remark. DUVALGOES TO Calgary, Dec. Train- master Duval is leaving Calgary for Moose Jaw, where he has been ap- pointed superintendent. J. M. 'Cameron, the present superin tendent at Moose Jaw, will come to Medicine Hat as superintendent, where he will take the-position formerly oc- cupied by' Superintendent Taylor, who goes to worth Bay as general super- intendeat. Mr. Duval's position in Calgary will be filled by C. Hood, of Winni- peg, now "general fuel agent there. double liability call.- To satisfy this claim, in many cases the farmer shareholders must sacrifice prac- tically all they have in the world. It is even said now among financial men that 25 cents is more than the bank can expect to pay. WAS A CHRONIC DRUNK Dec. the lats session of the Chinese Immigration Commission, acting landing waiter Faga'n admitted under examination by counsel McCrossan, that until a year and a half ago the collector of Cus- toms was a chronic drunk. on- street, WHEW! BUT COLD! Winnipeg, Dec: coldest night of the season so far was re- cury dipped to 42 degrees below zero far east i west through between Robert and Minnesota St. Paul, at 3 a.m., today. Dead- Un- identified woman r fatally injured Mrs. Rose Moore, 45 years old, burn- ed, in St. Joseph's Hospital; Ann Ji'rd, 25 years old, employed at the Emporium, in St. Joseph's Hospital: Anna Lichtenfeld, fell on 'face jumping from, 'building, in St. Joseph's Hospital; injured: Miss Margaret JMctolI, Mrs. N.' E.. Wardell, Harold JbTeidlih. Miss "Wertha Eckert, _Miss 'Mary Kinney, C. E. Hawkins, Vivian -Uchtenfeld, Anna Leinson. Harold Olson, nine years old. fell from a bal- cony, and had ais head, crashed. H. L. Pierce, barber, was injured. The explosion of a gas stove is believed to have been the cause of the fire. u Dae. re- 'port emanating from Ottawa that the mayors of all the different cities throughout Canada would have the honor of knighthood conferred on them at the coming corona- tion is taken here with, more than the proverbial grain of salt. Similar reports were sent out before the corona- tion of the late King Edward, such action followed. SINA WAS SCARED BY Reggio di Calabria, Italy, Dee. 30.- date, --7 necessary y of Lethbridge of agV from attending movin so far as pre- 'shows, .unaccompanied sent .scientific knowledge is, .concern- .ents or guardians. CIH CARPffip AND BLACKSffltH Work Enough to Keep One of Each Ait Tl np.- Ine lime- official A .city- carpenter black-; smith are.-the.newest master, street street and-, ,superintendeat and "various Toronto, to" A fierce fire, which to be, still; les? city-Jos enough work'to'keep Wednesday raging, has destroyed the buildings j a Blacksmith busy; all the time and the will" be summed up as around the harbor of Messina. The news was 'brought yesterday by boat Telegraphic and telephone communi- cation "with Mess'ina has been'ii-tcr- fSSE'? Among the burning buildings are' Ouher equipment. To shoe the horses Pat eighty-seven per cant of the ie post office, telegraph office and keep the equipment'in good re- pupils in the Eli2abeth street school pair and make whatever may be pos- mouths not considered cleaa. sible for the use of the various city ninaty-nine. per cent of the departments would keep a .blacksmith the-ssrae schoolf were fotmd busy all the time. to hare pus into the mouth, ed to the occupant of the- mayor's beinS shallowed with, chair that a small unpretentious black smith shop be erected in the city stor age yard. likewise a carpenter. He .was inakino- follows a- Tery large percen B03; and the railway station. When the 'boat was Pair despatched from Messina, the fire was making rapid headway and tie troops had been called out in an. ef fort to keep the flames from spread ing to all parts of the town.. Firemen and police were summon ed from here to help fight the 1ro at Messina, and returned today. The names were controlled after the post wooden huts br.d besa burned. Thexj no casualties. The burning