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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald IV. Ltthbridge, Alti.. Friday, I' SNOW AND WIND KNOCK THE RAILROADS C. P. R. LANDS CAN'T BE TAXED SAY THE JUDGES AT THE NATIONAL CORN EXPOSITION LETHBRIDGE CANDIDATE FOR'VARSITY SENATE .SNOWATFERNlEi 1 Train Service Still -Im- pecled-Great Northern Tied-Up. RECIPROCITY ALARMS YY7T r C L 1 -I i (Sprrinl to lilt wite or bchool Inspector! r l J r- I l-ortm-, B. T ho snow s'.ona, throughout thr at StreJjJicona One of r Puss all day yesterday and u The Candidates !otlt iast abau''1 ils fliry DR. GALBRAITH tliisj mornng, this afternoon srvi-n i-u- j and a snow plow siicc-ccdi'd in j gelling hi.-5'.v some -of thorn Ironi xvcst others 't'roui.t lie casi. Tiio Fruit Growers of Niagara j-' Peninsula Fear Business'J Will be Ruined I 1 express, which was to ar-j St. I'atharines. Ont., Feb. an i adjourned mcelmg'of thr county romi-j cil tins afternoon Soft') was voted to- Ottawa. Feb. telegram was received today by the Department of the Interior, announcing that Hilt. of Lloydminiter, Iiours lute-, last, nisht, bas' j the- fspcnsi's of; the big delega- had captured the silver trophy sweepstakes-.valued at for U Amongst the Nominees! yet it is now c-xprcl-i ti'-'" of fruit growers which will the %t peck of oats at the Na in -the Field for Election Eiiniotitnn, A Ira., Kirb. i'-i- .Sniitrt, -r.-tlitury, in'.s been fniin .1 to lianivlinr.ol" Vhc i'n.iversiiv of Al-! died brrta siiur its isiaugiiration. be hi'ihat position-by aarini lif.ii and will l-.o'd it lor a period I the ruihvav upon ihi! Bomniion irovorument j wrfk protest'against the rerr.o'.nl J of the cuty on fruits. The grant 1 opposed "by members from portions of! 1 the countv v.-lierc Hulc fruit is j others held that it wiw aot- the! i hi- wind had j duty of UK- council to assist d ifil doori no I'rise-asiiitn I enterprises-. argument .thai the he opuaeiL -fruit industry lipncfittcd the icoi'.nU- and llial it would fie- ir; i I'll to pull in at fisiii n'clock. j No trains have rciielu-tl I j'voH) tlic i-ast, is not certain t'.vlis'ti that jiart of UK- .line wi.H' he j open suiliciciitly tn 'kind of traiH pei'vice. Tlu; snov.v :iov.' !k-s at a dcyth r-f tionat Cbrn'Show in progress at Columbus, Ohio. The reserve swtepstakes-for the best peck of wheat was won by Norman Chanz, Davis, Saskatchewan. riie Xorthent ivhich was 1'at i his -time hist is now reciprocity finally prevailed. blocked, j-now drifted in NEVER SOP IN HISTORY OMR. Blockade on the Main Line Beats All ..Records y fort'William, Keb. records lorienetn.of.blockade oil tae Canad- ian facirteT as the result of storing were broKeu tuis morning Wuea pass- enger and-'JT were'" re- east ot.tuis place, for thirty-six. hours trie company has tried.without favorable result 10 open i me roaa. Never Before tills se'ctloh been laid .up i more tnan.tiiirty-t.wa.Hours as the re- j sun of snow..'' jJbzens ot" extra men j are still engaged in 'clearing the'loca j yards... officials -are hopeful that the i line will be opened lliis arternboh.--.Xo 'Canadian. Northern nave :arri'v ed since Wednesday. SASKATOON CASE FELLTHROUCH Judge DiscHarged Prison- er-No Evidence Against Him- Ji aasKatoon, Feb. iWoollidyse tt-fncii occupied the attehtioii of ne supreme" court all -day. .Wednes- day, was resumed yesterday.': before i Brown. Crown'" "ljroseculqr siratoh called several more witnesses ml it was evident that none ot ttiern 1 ft'ere able to shed any, lian't on loss. or. theft or the .missing" register- ed packages. His Lordship address- ing .Mr. -SU-aton, asked where his evi- aence was thai would connect accused -human- -was The dale for yards here ilie ticjnh oi eight p.ECIPROCITY imm.iiiiitions -n' candidates for tin-i fci't ami lite is stuck in the j {S NQ_ Ivrinij -fT'.iiucelloi-sSiip ami for Uic OU-.son. .east o'Mu-rc. The. -luiricc was :iic. otsh- Htic is blockvl as ia'F as Klko. a; London, Feb. .nominalion; n-rcivcd Tor chancellor. large fit" iiifji and snow arc _M_ speaking at Dover, of the reci-1 AGREEMENT V DEADLY AFFAIR CAN'T GET RECIPROCITY-; HAD NOT INJURED TARIFF REFORM Two Respectable ing Women Drunk TI liov i ..-.7 v y- and said he could. not Appeared Before, the Mj ee a particle of evidence'tb gcTto .'ttfe This morning the police court and the citv: added to, to 'the see jury nor a particle ot evidence to con- nect accused with the cvnne._ Tnen alter thanking the '.jury for r-n -u-rsous -will stand for cleCrjo" Uu.- way 10 Hwr the. line. iJir u-iI'Tlic .cjiy trows'have'.bceu busy all u-dcs to fillrfcpWC'ff the. [day some of .the main fjr'sf U'n ivoiiivc the sulUricntly tn of to -'hVr-tif.-vijirs uiike Hrr a pi-r-: team irallic. All enmjMinicatimj of fcifir I he live no-xt i by -li-ams is coinpi procity agreement, said it was a set-, hack to Imperial preferential uut not. a deathblow. They might" frus- .irate its ratification tbe action ofi T( public inen, supported by public-opin-; accused he said: stand "-up. You have D'eard what 1 have jusi said; ii is not lor this..court to say_ guilty or not 't'flRt-is a matter between'you and '.itI this' court to make sure you are" l want to as' .far as the evidence -produced' by the crown is .concerned- is not a particle or. evidence to connect with the offence." and.ypii. leave.-thaf uox wuhont a stain upon your.char- .in consequence. showed ihat they accepted "the -meeting ._pf Dfsiricj.jft'rades council last evcn- mtViC'.sr-will, hold ofiiee nir j Thr list, of nominees tngelhtfr bi-scnl aboul fo ir Imwimi of convocation in.j .Ubcna. Klections will Hose on i Jliirt-ti ivhon'all ballots wusl have! brris'i'eiuuied In i retiis'.rar of versify ;i.r Slratlicona. K arc names of those to stand in mciuln'rs. o' tup. senate .nistice Stuart, preference. irig. Worrell stated 'then- were, no loss than able- Feb.- Scotsman "The American-Canadian reci- t proci'ty leaves the. cause of. tariff rc- 1 rorm as strong and niore pressing than f it was 'bei'o're. It proves how sound were the 'counsels of'those urged "that no. time' be" iost in pressing for- ward ttte-fiscal and commercial'union and costs'" forthwith. A'iter Lilian, came two v'i; respectable heavily .veiie ncrer. HIS You are :rema'rKs were looked shocked S when 1m -glanced at the ami .-saw. .tfant, the offense. Kobt. and .one ot. .ManitoblC's fs who! CANNOT TAX THE LANDS OF C. P. bodied men out of work in the cityof -i Toronto. Tliis startling assertion .rwas doubted by sonic ot those prcs- jent, but a committee was formed who i will investigate into the. truth ics f.'iv ilend, ways and tcdiiy r. eer rnric. ihc! ihrjc is ar Many of Them Feel i That They Can't Oppose 'Reciprocity! i A Ottawa. greemejnt---Some Liberal M. P.s Not Satisfied Hi ere they, remained They art- believed to .la'tt- as Iclegrarnsr ;i for funds to fond siding in that city. Another tion in connection with "the laitl by Chief Gillrspic and a summons was issued .chargiriK; .lames. Cotaras, r'j; with selling liquor without Tiiis .which the rhief ly a lieginning. will.ho heardvia court tomorrow morning. The only man who. contrib'uteji." to" i ihe men tinned, .was Allen Ken- iny. Vlis eye Vas blackened bridge of his nose raw and thjr against him was crea'.ing in 'he Arcade howling i'ley liiljiard hail; 'Mflnagpr Harry Heve- lines E Ail to oT In ?o [nr Uomir.ion is j Hie of fish, poin'oes. ot or 'rd ;'i-or.i WasiiJntron ror.f-rnifd ilicrr is ahsolMtoly no rlouht t i, 1 'l ho Conservative? ;5; ;i.s to should MIC question ,r _ Ir'itMy IP i's ;ip-! lie hrniipiif. to .1 vote. there are no, ;iu> ity ncrtor.ioiii. a! a few povornmonl snppon-1 nicni. will ilicir cmic-uors to in n' coDiUcne pracnraP.y j ;nc inir.isiers isroMai! .Tnil sub- j renoraJIy that (he nrer.MIs i CTS who vote against the agree-! fllicc Uiase openly hostile to recipro- city s-.ich Mr. Foster to curb sheir criticisms. Thcro SIT evidences that Tornnto, Ken. .strongest jiirnLs of anni-xation are the Anieri-; lanrt. jicx'ompanir.l hy'.l. Nr. s-iilcrs in was" ilw'of -lohnstons and-Ritchie, vr'err- ronlo. is cr.ihusias'it.' over the. j reeipnu-iiv ne.coiiations and i for v'.ina'ia .in PC i i? iatf. tions v.i resolu-'- ho by bolh v''m' anil police stations of rcpresentanves ar.d e U in ty Allen mrrkly p keri iip fine o S5 ?.r oe" of national ri He .SATS thr trend "of trade'in 111.. Feb. as z symbol or heri -sof.ialiF.tJe Tenets. tirrr. ;v lecturer, or Lawrence Stef- I'rost njar.y Morses PERMITS TO BUILD ii. K Kounn Foster i? pleaded v.-iih al favor of if or ready, and it is proDabfe that, there'pvainr provinces will then he .-north j tiu- It Is understcod that tlioir political lives. These j Is gctnr to he r. struggle within iheianfl south inr.tcad oi oasl Fielding -'ino Patterson earn? nil Conservatives from ihe; Conservative, yi.'u'ty T'IC low to Ot'awa v.-itii rlsfiniir wost. anri a considerable uum-'and nicli taritf Tlihi. their labors lor better constitueiicies- Ttie Conservative cantys unable' popuialioTi }iowrr iu i.armria. ir.Trtr relation? wo ilfi no: be in vain "in eafi. Manrimr Province IHCTT. tn cQTns iiyrepmrnT on liv? ''The n'smhcr oi American f.-e'1 Tnl'i. liAvinc >o ns .Mr. Frnser, of Princfi j rocify issue and it is practically rer': iln rol is li-vs tisan parties ;uid reffivrd 'bo Island, t'ronkly confess TRIR That ?.s n party thoy will Like no; i no? prill Hi' "1 'liar n-ephf arrangement will niaKe sinnn on IOR ninltpr. mcnilicr io :r.iUc it S-OOJM in tho provinces down i> allowed to vote as giatl live a vricetae. And are heauily in accord HAW is law oicry tiay. win ir- RAINBOW SAFE ;awa, i? apperent- jy no tn report from Hrlr.ce' j Kiipcn that the Canadian cruiser: 1 lur.jsnni! ha? received a telegram j trom fcsn'iimaK tellins of the arrival liner? o; mo Kanibow after cmisft 1 nio wost const or isiar.a. nio tPleRram .sajrs "ttia't .v.', hoard nrc well. ;r. ;