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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Wednesday, Investment fact No. 3 All Province Well Represented At Fairs Convention Here (Continued from front Carlyle Cannot Come The minutes of the last meeting were accepted as printed and the sec- retary read the report of the cxet'ii- cutive, which had met cnce Urring the been sent in for consideration and the convention, opened be had got four Tbo co-operation of all was in these matters. He stid also that "if of the soci- eties did not want government judges 1 they should say so uow as the dates committee would then not have to ar- range for them iu the circuits. It is expensive for the government and hu- miliating for the judges to come to a fair and fin'i they were not wanted. At this point Mr. Marshall said that he had forgotten to say that the grant SI9 fi-r-s. The-expenditures j were, delegates' expenses S2S2.73.I printing -and slauoui-ry hail A profit equal to per cent on the entire capital s' ock of Koot- >5nay Gold Mines, Ltd., was yielded by their property in 8 months in 1909 In a careful and con- servative report. M. Davys, who for many years operated the Silver Khig at- Nelson, gives facts about the pro- duction for tllC last lecul Camrose. f. L. Carlyle. of i they did not get their cheque it was j .'rje'i ting that ovv- because the return? had not been cor- year. They had asked for a for department would liavc the cheques spring stallion shows, and govern mailed by Feb. ja to the secretaries raenl had ruet thfir request. He lead i who had sent in correct returns. If a letter from I'rof. Moscow. Idaho. ing to a previous, engagement he could rect. not attpnu the- meeting, but said b could corite to Alberta about Feb. '2( The treasurer's report showed re- both spring stallion shows aud fall cetpts of Sil9, t fairs. The two'were separate. A Lively Discussion A lengthy and warm debate toot of FOR THE RANCHERS A. J.; McLean wan iu the city for a fer hours yci- terdiy afternoon. He re- ports that present wen- .ther very serloua for the cattle and there fs a break it once, heavy losses are bound to be Buffered by the ranchers. A delegate was assured by thw mm- j ister thai grants would be made for Defamed the King; Given One Year rent stenography eK1., leaving the association in the treasurer's debt for Committees ;ippointed place over the arrangement dates. A. B. Clay pool, StarU'd the discussion bjr-'sugkesti that a spare day pr two would be lowed (Continued from front He was never there after 3SSS until some years after his marriage to the present Queen Mary. 1 Admiral Testifies After some formal evidence con- K cerning the arrest of Mylivis had been between fairs so as to enable There WAS a -ood deal Of disciitrion to aUelld the different (airs in aiioai the appointment of the ow distnct and show .their slock dates ttHunmtws Finally; it-was He Bought-tbe .fairs sno'iM cidcd to have a reprcseutative on each'tnUeavor lo Sel lbe best exhibits line of railway on the-committee and Slule and not confine the-n to the following were appointed Pratt neighborhood Vr. years, the ore blocked out. 'nud shows the profits for to" liavc been over .Messrs. Riddell. Sresd and Hodges, Chartered Acco.uatante, of Va'ccouyer. ersmined the books.and records -of the .previous owners in December, a.ud verified -Mr. Davys' statemenls as to earnings. Jaskhvin, Huxley of Uoydminstec. i for stock -should be encour- Allowing outside exhibitors- give the -local men J. Lethbridge.-'told Kvansof Lacombc, Hillfard of Mac- he resolutions1 committee appoint- of introduced, Sir. Michael Culme Sey- mour stepped briskly into the witness box. Ho testified that he bad only two daughters.'.The eldest was bora in 1871 and married Cape Napier In 1SSS. The'other was born in 1S73 and died in 1895. .The youngest daughter had never married. The latter had never spoken to His Majesty and in his opinion had never seen him except possibly at a garden party at Marl- borough House after his marriage with Queen Mary. As to his other daugh- ter Sir illchael said she might have seen him when he was a cadet on the Britannia in 1870, It was probable that she had seen him at co.urt, but certainly she.-had never seen him un- NEW CANADIAN HP. AGAINST THE DEAL Charges That Uncle Sam Wants to Strip Canada of Its Resourses London, Jan. Max'Aitkeu, il. P.: Interviewed by the Express, thought that aujv iuch reciprocity treaty aa! Canada proposed, would. be ft blow, at Imperial preference, did! not think it was irrevocable and feelsi certaia that Canadians will come to' see the real design of the United States and damaging the agree- meat would be .to future develop- ments. The Inuh or tho mutter he j added, is that the United States, hav- ing wasted its own resources by ex- travagance and the prodigality with wHich the manufacturing population live, is uow turning to strip Canada also. The; President is not fighting lor the dear dinner pall alone, but is urged on by the'American millions anxious to place the grip of the des- poilers hand ou Canada's throat. Britain has dallied too long', hut it IB not yet too late. Editorially the Express says there Is neither reason or excuse for des- pair. Canada is not the whole of tbe Overseas dominion. The resources of Australia in wheat are probably im- measurable and can .be made as ef- teRtlvciy the Empires granary as Can- ada may become the granary of Am- erica. cA were Messrs. Piikie, of rhe success of J- B- Ririe Stecle, Boyle and Dunn. fairs of Southern Alberta, and sain Upii. Duncan Marsiiali; minister of lhat sudl farmers nude the fairs agriculture, on being called upon sairl.- fairs should try that the department had bceri pleased lo nie to adopt the i made by the association last year ami! StlU aao would be slad'to receive others, the loca] farmers could not hold thcir to ..set the best exhibits they. couid. Still another delegate said that could til 1S9S, when iritness was coniman-" Jdor in chief at Portsmouth, and was visited by Prince George. sentence had been pissed Sir Rufns read a letter signed by King George and authorizing the attorney general to publicly that tbe writ- er had never been married except to Queen Mary, had never gone through the ceremony of marriage except with department had amended the Agnail- against 'outsiders they should bejAe Queen, and that he would1 have i e i- -i tural Societies ordinance to provide whipped PU- out that no new socieities could be organ-lis tlot "the local farmers, izcrl within ten rrJles of an establish-'Tae.mei1 have che sPirit m Limited lished society. They had provided for the appointment of official auditors, i and that the sccretary-treasiiicrs' should provide a guarantee bond. which should be deposited 'with thai .department.. As yetr the minister.- said, there had been only one case where treasurer .made v.-ith ...the money, hut that- one was enough 10 justify the legislation. The department is making a grant for pure-bred stolk should be cncour- agtti and time .should having good stock to fair to another. Mr. Claypool, speaking Sivcu for attended the proceedings to give evi- dence to this effect except for advice of the law officers of the Crown that; it-'wojuld be unconstitutional for him to do EO. Admiral Seymour1 was fol- lowed in the witness box by his daugh- ter Mrs. Napier. She testified that she married Napier in 1899 and had never been, married previously. NELSON. B, C. of 3Iajor-CTeneraL the fic.- Lord Almer late 'Jnspector-Gciicral olr the Canadian Militia. Queen's !BayT B; C.: J. P. Swed- Mine Owner. 2fcl- B. C-: thos. Gougli, 3tine manager. Nelson. B. 0.; E. E. .Stamp again, said the better the fair is the bet-ier j She had seen .the. King when he was crowds will attend, and if the dates i8- cadet on the Britannia, are set apart they can go to 'more when she .-was seven years of than one fair a corresponding She had seen at Ports- amount of benefit. He did not think imouth in 189S him at to Jor eat-h society for field -rsiiui anyone would make a fortune exhibit-' garden party in 1903, but. did not competitions and have added .to another S 1.00 for good farms competi- tion. They were making a up to 5300, as earned, on the two-thirds basis, for the holding'oi sprinj stal- lion shows. Speaking or.' the matter of gcveta- raent judges for the fairs, ?.lr. Mar- shali.said_that it- was a difficult mat- ter. The judges as a rule had beea well sometimes they went to the fairs and were told that the iia in.: i A mouon expressing disapproval of ui- t, t ,Vr, tablishment Of reciprocal re atior.x -ic- inr proposed rcctprccitv agreement I y f A f _ twcen our countrr and Canada the ir. rorrr in inn i failed to carry in thj> Toronto Board of Control. ft was not considered tht: Hoard's business. Deputation Asks Ontario to lisue No Ucentec in Grand Valley tunes through one medium of mater- j Toronto, Jan. deputation from ial interests of his country. Til.? county, headed by llr. W. R.; JIcKeown, M. P. P., waited W. J. Honna at noon today to ask that! no licenses bo granted 5n Grand Val-j is distinguished by original design and a perfect execution From the lay-out of the work by experi- enced printing artists to the final trimming of the job, every operation is in the hands of a man who knows, and who works with tools, type and machinery of the latest and most modern kind I Hair Abrniilaiitly This is ar, iso of new discoveries, after it. has fal'en out 'today 5s n reality. ?-ry i-Team caiica attention lo I SALVIA, the Grea; Hair Tonic and the fact lha? months aco he had sent .Dressing, will positively create a new DR' COMING HOME out circulars :o ih? 64 or 65 .Socie-: of hair- I Feb- contract for ties asking them for On which- rlf yoa wani'io haxe a beautiful rebuilding of tht OnUirio gov'cni- hold th-H- f-i, v 1 hair' free from SAL- meat office in the Strand, was ligned ,Q coin hjt., vii a day watcb the (todav The great sign of the present." The banquet room was with nags Of the United ley. The village carried by Hft" to 11 S 4-5 Totes to get the three-fifths land and Canada, draped lo-cihn. j majority." and thv opening loast u-as I There "To tlie President thi railed are three licensee involved. lf they are cut off then Daffcrin'wili States and the King of "Fnuian.f Mey be a dry county, the first in the pro- the two countries prosper equally.'1 ivince. FEAR OF EVEN' A GREATER EARTHQUAKE' .Manilla, Jan. Fr. Alcue, the astronomer in charge of tae commence-servatory, eays'toe eruptions ot Mount All the latest in- Ball Progrants Invitations Banquet Folders Society Printing EC, etc. THE HERALD JOB DEPT. PHONE 1252 ;