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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. ALKKKTA. MONDAY, FEBUUAKY 2. I'.U I CENTS Nl'MIiKU II IKING FUND 1 Y1C1 Money Troubles of the Cily Are Now Beginning to Disappear ANOTHER ISSUE This Will Clean Up the Odd and Ends of Last Year's Indebtedness Bra IN Paints a Good Boosting Picture of the Conditions in Alberta fnL jGovernment Arranging For a Series of Gatherings at Dem- onstration Farms ACTIVE SPRING Coming Season Likely lo Sec Revival of Indusl.ial En- terprise uaiil llic nsM away; v.c it and ii-olias alxiul It." The- ilmiiinion Frcnrilics coinora- liua, Ltd., tai Saturday look r.n nplion on some SloiJ.OUl' bonds of Uty n( l.clhbridge, and the mayor's dictum this morning'ivas lo the cfiec.l. The londs be placed in I'M Hank oi Jtatvcal lo he taken "lieid A- Co., York, immediately antl the money paid over. This money u'H t'- used to pay hack the sinking tiled, v.'Uicli has liclil Uic bonds in liypotl.ccalioa lor soii.c time. Accordiuj to the preliminary audit- or's report labletl a couple, of weeks ago, ihe city hail oi bonils to sell lliis ye.ir lo clean all capi- tal aeconnts. Of Ibis amount-, CT- mi e v. aS Mallrd by v. il ;-..l TU lias u, 'rjt Htnil uiliml HIP IM'.U. i sliurtl; IIP tliat will i luwil n 1 IM1. roiled iiniibi1 ilisirul ni Ike- city. lierue.'a Ki'lU slrrei proKrty owners luu1 YH'ir.ivy o: j a ilesii'e tor and U.clKisi- a saimay al the Hudson's Hay cor- power, r.er. Thai it Would make ll.e property A FACTORY RADIUM LS the Ittlloiown Oicti "Mew" tiioir money, to poverty. "I'Jio nrlsiit for u great -jusincE.i in the local improvement disliicls can com- bat the weeds to teller advantage, lhan the province us a whole, utnl as an example, of the way in which the is shut oil iruin the. rest nf ulfity slice! on llie south side .for j ihe cily e'.iciit .is llic a considerable distance much mrjie jbridiu- is u-e'l. As the is in valuable v.ithoul .saying. In fact. by binall nuinviiacturrrs, .Mr.! llic liuililinj; n snliway of the main I Tra'.-y ieeis liiat i: will never laki; street uill wiiefher fith slrcel i llie place it should iu II.p devc'opnirai or Uth street is lo lie ihe cily's oi the cily until bellcr iacililii-.s for main tr-iair-css avcn'.ie. Thai, nl least, the soutij side are provided. is the view of n-.drc liian one business "line of Iho slrrcts oi St. man in the [Sown town portion tin- iiius.1 Le opened said Mr. Tracy business district wilh -.vhoia the llcr- in suppott ol Ins request, "or the aid has discussed Hie cnleriirise. inesent business bectipn oi the city is i The agil.ition has been started' and woro I present, bet it looks as if it were' paid tlic Lienlenaiil-Guvernor. iiiur.icipalities have taken hold ihc can continent. The rmuagijn-.rnt -.VMS made an offer to buy ut> tlic o.itpul "N'ciolialions v.c-re praclicalU con- 'nest move' ior the business ron'cerris Hai'lroad construction Is progress-.work. Smith cites Ihe How Isl- for the nest three year.-, bill they refused tiie offer. jcluJeil lor a 5l'u SI subway at or.e on Jih St.- at a 'noticeable rale." continued "and municipality, a very pro-j oulput is a crani. Tlie compar.y does nol intend to market witli thtlr product, 11 ia thc-ir Intention to fuinith n'.c-di litlonyrs with radium at a rate as pO-'Sihlc all over the Ameri- Tiitt, St. is bHml nth or 1'Jlh SI nl l-'irsl iMr grrssivr- fieiit has liecn carried on dur-1 liic, leniperancc-tf elins onl ing Ihe past year ir.dc-r Jit. Iherorhe was asked. hell, the reeve. "Well. 1 find thai the American set- I The municipalilies have tlic WILL to vole money, clean up the tiers favor lernneranco very replied 'tho l.icntenanl-govenior. anJ collcc.t tiie. cost lr, ami to "Tlierf: ifi a stronger feclins among appoinl inspectors. Ti.e. wotk lliey the American. selUc-rs tiian there Is ainons tno English Belliers. They :is- sume a more determine.] stand on llic .the roadways. il is the pnrpoM oi the have been doing throughout pro- vincc, lias btrn inuat noticeable along qncstion than.do PORT AU PRINCE PEACE COM- MITTEE SAY NECESSITY FOR PROTECTION IS GONE 1'orl An I'rince, Hayli, I-'cli. demand ior the withdrawal of Hie (TCrnian and American liluc iackels and marinrs from Hayli's capital was iiiiprovemenl lo be used for the completion of. presented today to the members of the sam 'll'ie hieli pressure water srslem. the iliploinalit! corps hy the lioinls ironi tlie issue lo be nude citizens committee ol public- safety, shortly will Lc hypothecated as se- commillcc points oul that thici in- v spfclor, who has rnrrietj on a stren- nns campaign over the entire prov- ;ince. hut who lias devotetl a great ]rJeai ot his lime lo the south, to uni- Ey the work between the inspectors for the province, and the ties, and to aid them in every way jiossilile, so he desires, that every tnu- uicipality bcr.il to Claresholm convention, where the identification and eradication every known weed he taken up. As a iiMller oi in- rnnuatioii alor.e the convention will IJD uorlh many times the cost oS transportation. Mr. Smith desired, to torrecl- a stalcuifnt cnianaunt; [torn Maclrod to the- ffioct tliak local improvc- incnl districts did not have tlie pow- to appoint inspectors. Kvery local lias this nouer the rural municipality. JxmUon, Feb. o' (he late Lord Strathcoiia filed today, settles Scottish tstalei :ind and a hnlf niihlnas on bis iieirs gc-ntraL The reci- dup of liis estate is left to his daug La-lv St ra t hcona. wife of; Dr. Bliss Howard, nf- Cer' numerous and charitable legacies. IncluiliDi; to Iloyal .Victoria College, Monlrenl, anrt to Ht. John's C'ain- Itridge. 110 M UNITED STATES BLOCKED OFF FOR CHARGE 16 p.c. REDUCTION Xyw York, Tlio new svslein ol iuter5tato rates u scale of 1C jicr lower for- merly ofeciive te DURHAM WAS SAD BLOW CONSERVATIVE -HOPES RESULT I SHERIFF'S OFFICERS SHOT TO THE STRIKERS Wl'Li." FACE A JURY j day under orders by liie Inler- iinlil Ihc hinds 1Uc money ever. arc sold and HUNDREDS SLAIN IN STUBBORN- LY CONTESTED BATTLE IN MORROCCO AT BENI- SALEM trantjoilHy has prevailed for I 10 time in'the capilal ar.il that therefore there is no necessity for further presence oi foreign, troops. CLOSE CMLHRHJUL DUKt Or London, V'eo. Unionist i Houghton, Mii-h., Feb. -iiieis aiimil [ninkly tliat tbn Xorlli- j 'sly shcritts were prepared lo slami' rest Ilurhim itstili is un- ilrial "1C county fortunate-. iln'y on.'olc them- They ate accuscil FLAX REGULATIONS WOULD DESTROY PRESTIGE AS WORLD'S GREATEST MARKET Toronto, Feb. lioyal ness, the Unkc of 1'onnaught, arrived from Ollawu lliis morninfi at seven o'clock, and was welcomed by Sir Tlenry 1'cllatt and two or three crossing the tracks Dulnth, Minn.. Feb. I.Uii- men arc willi a'arni tln3 I prospect of a now classlficullon of liy t'le Treasury dcnartnii'iit at Washington, ivliicli, if i-slablishcd. will deprive Dniiith of the distinction of Iho cnalesl flax m3rkct in llic world, b! diverting tlio Canadian shipments, wbicU form A large part of the traile, to Canadian jions. llcarinps now nendini; slate Commerce Commission. On tho iinmc Ijasis of decrease in rate? tho stales oi Maine, Conr.ccti- t cut. PennEylvania, Uela-.vare, Virginia, Kenlncky, Obio. .leisey. anri l.ouiEinna arc inlo force a new Fysttin of tc.tcritate press business. The new inteiMaie rales are Ian a block system, the be- g dhldo.l into sji" formed UJ" ic intcr.-uctioji of liie. meriuians men Mootish Irlbesrnrn look up strong in tlie roc'ity fasl- tiessej and ravinrs at Heni-Salem. Thr battle beRan a( an early hour 'j hnrsfhy ar.il lasted ail day, tliu Moor.s holding their pnsitiws with qreat tcnaeily. They Mere finally forc- ed to rclreat leaving a large propor- tion of their miniljn dc.irl or K-rjiinilrd In the was Imiiciled. lines bciiiE brakes slopping it wilhin siv inrhes Clarence- U. Miller of Minnesota is lei blocked by a heavy blanket of snowjni His Hoyal Higlmcis. 'appear in pcrtjn al that foil during last night nml early He was dihen to the York club, protest. today, ami railroad train schedules' v.here he breatiastcd. Al noon Ihe were dlsrupled hy tlrifling snow. Thn Oovcrnor-dcnerjl went to St. An- Blorm was heavier on tho Iron Ran- drew's College ami in the afternoon ses. I'our foot drifts were encounter-1 insprslcil Ihe MIV Hospilal. cd in the r.trccts of Oululti. A severe Tonight he will dine al REDMOND AND ASQUITH CONFERi IRISH LEADEH AND PREMIER TRYING TO CRACK THE ULSTER N'.'T snap wi'l follov; Iho utorm, 11 House, aiterwarils attending the Men- delssohn Pamlwirh, Mass., l-'eb. l-ap." Coil canal, tlie constrnctinn of eicti the f'ilgrini fullicts saw rob the samiy pctiinsula antl Nan- Toronto, -Ian. Kfli. had a someubat rcilless night lint his condition if fcood. There is no cnangc in the con- l finals (Jf their terrors to ship- c, sir ,toss The above uiillclin wns issued jl Ihr- BLKjUo MONbY [ping, is to lecome n reality within TIMCADTUKn'1'" iix Illonlhs The six-mile (jencraTliosp'iiar today! 'lilch eont.ccllng Cape Cod nay with. jamcs little, thro'.igli jrtl's bay is 75 per mil. anj anrt tcsscil in a plctetl ami tlic waters of Ihe tw meet during the summer. l.r.nilon, Fell. I'.. ItCilaionJ the Irish N'atiui.alist le.uler. and -Mi tile hcariiics to Hirrell, chid secretary ior Ireland, were clo-eleil with 1'rcmicr al his ollicial in WORKMEN MET AN AWFUL DEATH WERE BLOWN TO PIECES BY A PREMATURE DISCHARGE OF DYNAMITE lliat ti-.e pmcrnrncnt ]nnl MI.ISC annthrr ef- foit Urtnrt1 tlis Ur.ilci! in p.nli.nnrnt fan into the to [lositicii. .'mtl John, Teh. 2.--.loiin j pninlcd out HI tint i( ngoil sunerintcniTcnl tit liic blast-; lie is prrpare.! for llif 1 Ing crc-w- of Mil- Consimr-iirr .'liquilli an-i tl'.r iiirnihrrs oi lion Co on Uifr conftriic- jfjhiT.ct ate irotly .lo ailvancf in tlon work flt Cnnrlminv llav. niiil An- to pltii-.Uc U.P north nMrrtanil. AN INHUMAN NEIGHBOR .Mooa- Jaw, Feb. Car- man fanner, naaied v.ifc and liaby. living ne.ii1 Ka- levnn. were lost in a Florin ami n-atled the of a, but ivro adlnit- Tlil-y reached another house milus fniUier. t.'ie siv v.as to death in the Board of Trade Will Inslilute a Whirlwind Membership Campaign I I'rrin his Hosion, Mas.'.. Ktb. giUMi by neighbors rcsulicd lasl night In the of a ro'inlcrfciling nlant in a uest-tiiil be'lroom, and Ihc arrest of eleven rr.en on charges of making nint Fpurloirs nionty. In llic Ifisl seventeen nrrronling lo llio po- nix thosipniifl Imlfnlollars flrcnblcd from iliis jOanl. MEflHY DEL VAU INSTALLED flonie, Veil, Merry del Val. secrelRry of stale, wns sol- tiainly received Uy llic chapter of St, Peter's, whtn ho took possession to- day of his post as Arch Prlcsl. in suc- cession to tlio Kite Ciirtllna! llnniiKflla. manner. prcmirr Ins been crijoying restful nights and his rest- less concJHipri-last night came as ;H surprise. His jtliysiciana t.cnv- ever, tlint he is doing nicely. Tlic corjHtion of Kir George i: Damon, azr-A r. n'.r.n, incl Jiu a A fnl Ufiilli Ihis morning, ivhen sevflrnl lioie-3 they wore loailliig 'K-Uh ilrnamlte off ]TC- niatuieb'. boor oas UlerftJ- cral litinrircil yanlr, Mhilc Irtdy Ijacily anil linrlfd nearly three yards from the scene of liio accitient. The men set. to lo fill tra> holes wlili dMiamEle. antl wore work- ing on bPl i-.o'e tlie acci- dent What Ihe Icr- llirr.iis civil in that try can lie nn- IE ihc fjUiiUlicjiis fti tlift iiicinhcr- coiiiiiiittee of thc.hdatd nf do nut wslray. the ranks of ihr l'UotiStei Hoarii ut 'jt- jblipiiftthniud iu' by Ihc end of iomorrow morn a will he in motion, and every nuni in rily will be as'iird tn join. Al a niecliiii: tlnv llic dU diviilert inlc. leiglit ilistritts, tun men !n 'r.icli. ar.il (rnti'liyc1 plans fur a very ]lliorough aiM i.inv.is (hawi. up. As man in lii.s ft-c, a tJlii, csv [liiiiiii; him li. all Ihr ErrcJ hy thr imATci. .Ss Hu1 Ixjiiilun. I-Vb. o.vnrr- peeresses. Ihft the- tliry vonM nol I ,a Of Win U f; (ho Mirptlsrd MV rrcuuc-r rid-: Byrne {flr obtain 20H im-mbm at ib lirrc, Jil ITip "of "fin fuid'SHO al J.'i. Thr nft ,i fall liflorr rule: till is te.ichoii in Irish them tr. the much the. same. He rc.sts tjnictly and ribte falnllly will piabnbly a little nourlshincnt, ;mit whil-5 nof potcerlibly, he. Ins no t-ignb of losir.g ground. s tfio were the only in tnc- ricniK nidi are Swedes, at Ihc time. Nolli ns consiitrrrd ncrcssary They s.ty if Mr. Kcdmon.l ;u (if Ulster fur d Irfru o! an lir rtnrlied. WILL NOT ACCEPT THE HAS DECLINED THE HONOR Bradford, Onl.. Jan. llnr- alii, the Paris manufacturer, noiainat- ed by Xorlli lirant f.iberals to ovpose :iiiu tc SID In will crable Inutil id carri n-.il Iirozrcssivc for (lie JSlV, vvhiih is mlaiillril hy all [u hi- the best ever c.'iitrup'ale'l. f I'rcsiileiit Marnotli i; very nvtr (h? for uaril lo ij.ivc cvriy in.iii inlfi in Ihe ol tliis city, Waslnnston. l-ch. 2. Henry M.'be a innd-tr the lirurd ol I'inilcll, ol I'coria, 111., ivliu rrcently Saul he. '-hrr.uM it will he a rt.urcc iimalcd ami CKirinneil rrf'fl' as v.ell rj: to fi-.r cil) There arc a nimihtr ol J. 11. I-'islicr, M.f., in (he nesl (eiteral appoiiilNirni.' acconiin's In'.Vlelier to Hint the hoanl v.iints year'intht l cleciion, anil askeil for lime niaJc public., at the j iitm I While House loilai. nf ar.d the otily tin ;