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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta -in' 1 Volume TV. Lethbridge. v, ncist Russians Coming to 'f Alberta as Settlers mnspiel is Delayed by Snow Blockades Train Semite Is Still OLD OFFICERS REFUSED OBE In ace of the City's Re- strictions as to ".Grant ALDERMEN TALK L i v e 1 y Tilts Between Them and Members" of Board. PRESIDENT George M. Hatch. VICE-PRESIDENT E. A. Cunningham. COUNCIL Fred.. W. Downer. John Taylor. W. R. Dobbin.; H. J; H: Skeith, .G. R: Tinning. C. F. P. Conybeare, K. C; D. :H. Eltcn. f A. Rlpley. .--SECRETARY Election adjourned Thirty days. Urily one. mem her of the. l'J.10 Board iof council is in the. .GEO. My'.H'ATCH President; FREIGHT WAS DITCHED Gars of Goal Were Spilled North of Coutts An A. R. I- freight train in 'Conductor .Jot- Tcnriaiii, went in ihc ditch yesterday ailevnoon! about three miles north 'of Coutts. -Six cars of coal at ihc-rrar end of.the train were aiid- the- cars smasher! up.- The engine land ilic caboose, however, both May-, I'd on vlic and no-one, fortunate- ly-, was iujiiced. The cause is un- known, but was probably a spread rail. I The wrecking aitxMliary went'out '..yesterday evening and.hail the road cleared at'.bne'-o'clock; i SUMMONS! Issued., by the Grown in Connection With the "Farmer's Bank Feb. new batch of summonses: in. connection wiib the .5 Bank -case were issiied bv FOR ALFALFA GROWING l! rp r i Ottawa Vjossip is 1 hat JofeCliffoHMayGo Borden MEXICAN i killed in a battle at-Sierra-Mon- cil elected1 at tie annual general meet-... _ -._ 1 Jan. ing last.-night; and trnt L. P. J'. i v h 29th. according official, telegram olhcers! '-v received toniaht...The almost -wnhout.exception declined- to __ Accept nomination for any. position'as V protest asatastllhcmoUohs'uasseil by -Hie ".city -wee' I delayed by..the cutting of report stated- Griscp. of the leaders-in_ to'e authorities" of the crown this! morning. "The names mentioned are: jCJark -N'esbiti, JJ, John" Ferguson, Alex, i Kraser, J: F. Lov.-e.and Feb. the heading j charge. .readW -'Thar WiUStfton Join the .confederate and agree together to obtain hy false re- presentation, "ileceit and fraud upon or through the-.treasury board of Uie o' ,Canada and certificate required..-in orSef to.enable a bank" to open aSbank: for Business under the pro vis the'' Bank Act, to the entfte'f today following OtUwa representa- ive: .''If the goverpmentj succeed! in pre- venting a, serious. break In its' ranks over reciprocity issue, it will'only by the most desperate efforts and the.lavish'use of, patronage.' that 'trie'break-up 'will surely come' if aetnment .of thV public." Important Action CONVENTION Decides' E. A: CUNNINGHAM; Vfce-Preiidi'nr prominent, "the. insurrection .i the north. "Thirty-two..horses vver killed and a large number of .rifle were captured by.-the f-derals. Thel fight lasted'-several hours. '.v.Ek number of staggered into this .-rn'oYhlng. 'inch-' eating there: fighting was practically sur- SNOWFAlil WOMAN FIRED. TWO SHOTS wnic i motions pracncaJlv u ace :the! L. L r -n m I Jcssus Racho-Co., who a. roundea-oy-rebeis all: night. ooard.-Jf .it accepts-u grnnr trom the; city council, directly miller the ttnmbj: of the publicity committee of. which Aid. is chairman. AM (lie members 01 the city council wnh- exception ol' Aid. l-'myne and .Mayor. Adams; were present, ami nj and "at times somewliat 'hcrlmoiH ir-ie. icbk over tlic rela-! o! the board and the cliy Tor a m the and wii'o -ravor. apparently, the brmgin in publU-lty con- tnnnnu .the present, oliire perhaps for BtraifiUt': sef-'reinriril work, combined, Hon. Cliffor'd-'Siftoh the step'be ii said to be centemf fating. "No .public rnah. ii more positively of 'the ar- rangernen't than Mr.JSifton. -It to cut loeie f rom i; his cld: associates'and join the-forces behinri'Mr. high patriotic stage de develop i reel tboae could undoubtedly take with- body Liberal They have becomft tired rt'Barnaele'r which--are -fastened-on the; ship-, ttatCi'7 as the Globe once; said, and added to.this is the trade arrangement whrch they find unbopular in thel-- conitituehctes. I do'not predict thjc as-'a-'certainty, but it is on -the-cards j "develop as .the debate on .tfi new tariff faegins." TURN WATER FROM BAY TO GULF OF Burglar's Aim Was Better f and He'Took Money and Escaped (Special to Ui'e ller.ild) Kcrntc. Kch. previous .storm records linvc eclipsed in this re- yton by rnu'ug a scivircil :in ailjournnicnt. for Thirty j over or r.ia and th ter until Big Attendance Tncrr l'tiie nicetiri over members and. every in the occiipict! tlie storm which has been ii day. .A; foot ol" si.iow has led to ihe already deepest snow yet seen in the Hie day, and tlie wind-is; drifting ir as. it Feb. frnni a hank Mrs. Aila Firjlnu-s, aged J asKeti to give {e'rs "in i'catdied i I cusilon. Mr. ibe aioxio3T said that saisie i cis district bes iaA tiad sticceis: t.urn.oil- froiiy-thc hureau drawtM-, where-slic was-secreting the thai she hart .iiwl was eil by a strTiticej covering her with a rbroh'er.. ihc prctcni.Iing .to .rrach for it: .she drew frbiR tlrnwcr a itjviil- and whiilitig, twice. 'him. I mils, -rne icmncmiire hns fallen, to she missed, huI'.Vtrc hurglar's aim j in tic St. Augus'Hnrnan v.-nosr [tic cnilprj. ilic incot- Inp order inimucs after o The prrsiflent .wii'! re- ports -tnd. with one r.cro and indications .are ihnt. it. will SO still lower during ihe nizhr.. Freight j iranic ancl pass- cngcr.trains are iweniy-ronr to forty- ciKlit hours Ir.ic. ;i'he' locai which runs from Crnnhrook tn .Mcrticinc. Hat aot as tnr its back to 'i'ofJay's llf-T In s.Ttisiactorljy answered, were filed. Print Shop Behind H All rrcsiticm Xoiirse started NIC fire- rcjiaixl lo them 10eaj was cancelled and two trains head: and she'may not. recover, ihe. money and escaped. PRAIRIE F.IRE Martlesvillc. oktn.. prairie lire winch has flom- more than ci't) to oil wiirt farm pranerfj WESTERN CANADA Victoria, Feb. immigration' of :a large number of Russian settlers to Northwestern Canada have been made'with steamthip company cperating Victoria and the Oriant. Settkrs be re- cruittd in Siberia 'and Frimorik. and-yvin be sent to Calgary, which will be used as a distributing -point.- Eastern Townships'-Will; Build-Sheep Rancher Looking.for Feed Tabcr. the ing for his sheep. Mr. LireeaT'uns a. bunch "of sheep about! A rthur. On lh_t las; aTld abalinc lbis cosis aiaotit 57 an irom gotog: iii Tor who dW frora c to supptv seed ir ift time, w miles south of; TRher. and an- 'nooii, is nrclared to be wo c l tenasent. t nere- otnef bunch .about about ji nav_ but the last chiaook limn made thing iiaij. (.He crii'st betas: parncniarly hard on 'Rr on sheep, aiid if feed cannot hri got; all lasr out. ?heep will suffer. coiv.orHori to evcninc: and after much work ial i? more lhafl Thf street cars diSerent _e.useless to ;ion. f rom Olai. totor, t Koxcoro and "other points i not so in their learn .that, the Town-; snips Hank have purchased the comer. arross-from the Hank of nrst stariort for al motion carried and H. F. 10 am. Sicam railroaiis art- also; Tery pointers have been stack in the drifts j is sweeping across .Washington-conn- jiy. 'I'hc oil waste on (he Canev rirer Ibcm-ccn here ;iml for two ,R mirmng for VXQ passed Thejpanlcs hflve mpn rightin? lhc 'works ronons had ornn 1 castboimii express, reported -sis' lhis in'ih" or and the ijHsincft-.ot ami a third wcsibound flyer. ncar 'Lake. Xo jojg ,ifc lias rcr.0rted. A number ihe nvo is ihis JHSi ln farmers were compelled build I-r rnncess Adelaide. ?nid Northern IF l3cc their e'eciion or otlivcrs up. was by wlicther iic stand oltit-e again, he said [still open frmn here south and there j on he regretted in .say that he informed pleniy ot em y ties to the at Crcok goiiis.: P. E. 1. MAN'S WiLL L'fiarlotlelown. K. r.. Fco. "T" T 1" V "T" I" tneni ibnt he would accept no oliict: white the restrictions placed upon ;he Hoard of Trade by the city "council in force. Other members of of the board had liiformpd nun that they "would do tlie same and unless riiey had since changed ihcir he believed they fclf, it j j'isi as he (ltd. Ho had taken the oc- casion to enquire 01 the mayor and cnr.ereni aldermen, to endeavor to tueir. reason for plnrinp on I me ?honiders ol the board the loarll had. Une had made nu excuse wtijcti it was hard for him ?n believe was True. This excuse was trust, ihe city council did not belieie me boards patronage had been In enough chaiinels. Com- had been tnade to the rnis aitiormaa said, by Mr. Hagel, of Y. M. C. A. HUSTLE V C.P.R. STEAMSHIP ASHORE v wireless C P. K. that Hie1 vessel ashorn at Vle Tree Point in a snow rt tnni.cht. A hurried anri it "is llieir" inlentfon io erect a block in the near future. .1. purchased the owned'.by the late Hr. Aikens insenri in erect R. brick block in The -spring. 'eaUtc dealers and arc louKuic: forward lo a IMIPV as i ho" present roiri spell lers! up.. At. .present i? a. liulr; dull, though tlip .jjiinc in me from the by morr wititrr P. K ir'aiiis '.15 aml.flT litlip; nig'u am! this a: the -lob Print, that he had not open ,ibip break through and from the board, .lust rhink of U. he 'Mr. said. Hr was nofj (Oonlinuen on j i he late Ko.aers' win iias-been j probated and value oE the eMasH j is sjrj-i.imii. T1i'> wife jets the re.'i-1 i cteru-e and ;innuity. The sons-! i share nlike in Ihe hardware notice and an annuity of pleased.', who has vrv.o! the steamer's position 4-! ing; rhp primary class tier master to believe, -rjeral months, has filter y. con-j venr, in -Novs tjcorix. and recriveri s -J-i Peiifi-on from.ihc member." of the Al-j -rj tar oMho R. f. riiurch. render has been most worUer for the ctr.iirh here. xtuJ much; will be mij.spd.i BOARD OF TRADE can lie floated with- out, dittjrulij at high tide to- I II onu strainer has HEADQUARTERS JOE CANNON IS AGAINST RECIPROCITY Kor th? one-day tomorrow. The teams are all vori-ring Feb. 2. ''In Asscciation of Wool wr to give tc one-third pop-j time we will be called upon to enact -'a speech in winch he defended the illation of the country, the the reciprocity agreement with .Can- tsriff Act the beit.Thsy will only come to a ads into a Isw. but I don't know what! revenue measure ever enacted. iMer all: so far as I am concerned i are to do wih jt' We frutt of what; With all thfi work of Congress I do! ins heUi a' a: present being iftp attentjon of the; able 50 sav wjirn snv oi" them will be 1 lo .fi, wHd M1i FS-W: niovinz ucaia. The ;relieving feature j ltm are ln of iho was was no; j Tpr and 'asWflr.- protev-tiOTi in this matter be -Getting Seed Resboro aocietr a: solution passed pledjint the mtniasn ot" the societies poclstion to refuse bny from, llrms that, vnll not itjr-.ftnd jserratnaiion. The. resolution rorammee altered it to read tbtt tarmerB pndpavor ;o set. jtiiaranise irora the dealers and a beats't discussion toe amemlert resolution csr- ried on a division. i "t ne Eovernmpnr ano'.iier uon wii! be askefJ :o slter tie law rcr cardihp import o' to ard io Inio ih? "r.dtT tile a? catrte. Raising Mcncy ol Alix notice of nionoTi year tis society win ed to s.i This arose from the rtie <11I jonly hsve to corns cqmpromisej they'are going to do Canadainot bctitve that by legislation ongm-1 n alreaflj thsl fo_ .h. of ouj.; frujU aje What can thty donating in the hcuie ancJ amended rnj nenibpr.-. 'I he teams; th. nation th; dc SG grcsl s meet tomghr. Tor a heau Fiippert jhis was Speaker Crnnon'i is your protection if hogs and J in th- double somersault and hop. skip! e' at st.v oclock. Ition the banquet of the t ion cattle come in free. whPt anJ.vfH jump expected ef us.'' narrt a.nd one ma ed fourteen nsv-- member.-. meet C. G. K. NOURSE, Retiring or clie s.ssociatirn llnaaces. Ths? nave a tieilcit now tae secretary nap paid any salirj-. ot anair? mucn vrrV i much ihe excetlcr.T. Services oj Mr. or. e 9. ;