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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. I.KTHliltmCE, AUJERTA. Tfll'IiSDAV, FEUUUAHY 5, 1'Jll CENTS NU.M1SEH 47 Commissioner Reid Has a Plan Which is Supported hy His Colleagues MR.A.E. DODMAN'iS1 GIVEN A NICE PROMOTION Hour miles o! r.ew car lines will be Included in Hit estimates tor this j jear. .H a meeting ol Ihe ulls morning, Commissioner Held the extension, and they were upheld by the Mayor anil many friends, ami occupie-il .111 Grace. Important place In the eitj's A. K. for yvtr '-fo years ol the luoal J! u 1 lay ('o.'.s s t oro leaves iho city Monday for vvhcro ho uUI as- sume the ,position o' of tlo conipauy's story there. Mr. hus bcou wiiii Hudson's Hay I'o. for up- uardfi of twelve yoare. He commenced service at Fort where he was in charge of dry goods imlnionl for tight years. Jlc was promoted to iho position of manager al and years lak-r to I-etli- bridge. In tJio coiniaratively short time that -Mr. Rodman has been bo won LAHCTOT REFUSED PAYMENT! ON PRE-EMPTED M lUrm! Quebec Altorney-Gencral As-i German Foreign Minister Says Happy Idea Thai Trcaly sau.ted Montreal So and "Menace" May Signed Alter the Waf upu Honors About Even Now Sit Down of Government Was Bombarded 1 With Many Questions and Gave Answers i (luardian. The nev; lines aH bt on mirth of thc track. Or.e is pro- jiusctl to run from street, cast- on 2nd avenue io I9td street, luittii on 19 Ui to 7th avenue, and thcm-e luck to 13th atrcot. The extension Is changed bomevrlial- from plan, wilted Jast year. The old plan pro- vidrd foe about the same amount ol track, Iwt the citizens of the hide the change, which met, with the approval of tiie commission- CTB. Another line will run north on slreH, a mile and a lialf to Xuinber 6 mine, and another west fioin 13th street ou 3th avenue lo Oth street. The lofa! cost ol extension will be between ami ioi single track lines. The money v.'ill Lc voted tliis year, so that the bomls may bo Bold aiid the money on hand before the work commences. "We've (jot to hare the monoy hetoio the. work said the mayor, "ar.d we do not vrant iu lib Compelled in lell our .ht'tds for less than they are worth, as has LECH dote in tV.e past lor work ot this kind." progress. His promotion to (lie Important post at Edmonton v la well deserved, and IhUcUy's loss fa Kdmon'.on'K -aln. business of (lie Bioro here has Increased to a gratifying os- lent during Ms short term as manager, which hus :i moat aclivo one. Mr. Dodman "was a inctulier of the Board ot Trade, and took a fceon interest In civic affairs. Ho was a believer in systematic ami steady nnblic- Jly for hts store, and was Iho gainer as a result. Frfi. 'I'nr ic-fcjiiiic lu _ihc- .Mi- preu'iic.r tin- Arrh- Quebec, Tcb- 3 Himni :o llvrlln. Kt-b. n-la- mrc-.ttigation iu it.e ijuelec HOLS arc "very io ture, C'l'aries l.ancloi, Aepuly attor- Foreign n.iuhkr, (Imlliefo cdilor McNab, ui Ton Jagow. in -j. i.-c-foro the Montreal Mail and strjrk liiu on' ways anil means of (ho bisLop oi I'anti-rliury and others, tliu ;md scratched his Me- imperial Parliament tuiby. 'I his nt- that >iM there eye-classes ksioi-keil terance is the oliicinl cliar- acterization of rolalions Lytu-L-ta thti two countries l.titn t-s- jireHsed in years, Tbo Foreign Minisiir ilerlsrei! that Lance- op.e-lirne tension v.-as decrcns- but he tnally Lancelot by tlic throat anil liis aciaiiiat ILe wall. Vrlriuls separatc-J them. McN'fiii during ti.e stattii that Monsscau had said tot was one to whom i niiliury an-! MVY: tliC UAS u> cuutineut diiC'Cil the- icorsl En I'nited saj un-jL-l lave heen a l iurces by -A be the i ct M'-in iris v.-itt. ihe liijjitilian, 'j; on political jor.riifVftl to liif al -t- offict', j'hnktt] hlE Ouaua. Oi.t.. Feb. wtm- and was Mauled to hear day once luore brought varied say that his iconty the imrHaaieiilwy mill. QUPS- .lions and lEOtiDcs for pasters uy members were the of a amount of in- formation to COCUECOUI I Ami iiC'Ople by tlie government. Hun. Satn Hughes answered i lions relating (o tiie visit of Sir I tin Hamilton to Canada early last ?urn- mer, -Alien a irin ot jfiade ILe country. He llktf1- I Rave somo Infonnallon relating Rood. At Isast ho i rt-il Tbat pavmeat wou'i1, i-ji takfii, and )alti loitl ljint ihe orders hint to turn down ail payments lit a settlernetit iiad teea Barons farmer hupts. wilii a fc-w oLhery, that the colons af Ottawa will noi oiily llieSr jirayc-r. h-jt money should go. Lanctot Apologises Thursday morning Mr. IjriR'jCiiL do- clilofl li) make a public apology to Mr. McXab and appearing heforo the leg- islature committee of ir.tjulry, he read tiie rollowjng "An incident Jiappened last niijbt n tent s r.o w- v. o murk ihroushoiit by "mutual Admiral Alfred von Turj.iiz. ttr of Marine, declared bad notli- ing to add to his Ftatemcnt of lasl year Uiat England's fket ratio of 1C (o 10, as conir.arod to that o( Germany, 'vas LAST "FLYER" ON SATURDAY The last "Flyer" goes through the rtty eftstbound on Saturday morning. 'The new time schedule Tor train a through tbo dapot bas not yet been LssiiBfl, DAtLV TRAIN, WRECK Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. persons 'Eorlouily injured and fifteen more were hurt today when a, rail road-train atnick'a sighlseelng auto mobile. All were Flonila (oika. ST. THOMAS FIRM FAILS St.- Thoniu, Out, Fob. fait lire of Thomas Brothers. Ltd., mann faeturcrf, announced. Tho liablH tics of the company arc estimated a The itork of this company waB hold largely In St. Thomas, V V V V which 1 regret vtry much. Afu-r tbejGcrnjan Empire, mention of my v.-as made by] Herr voii Mr, Keys in answer to Ji qucsiiun; von Tirpitz expr pvhich to mc to bo the s to the Adnural Tiic for iUe lii-diiaUA- v of the Clreat Lakei a lariy au'air. NcyotiatLons Ijcgun in IfiOC, hut it was :.ot until nve years aitcr the war of A agrcenicnt. hy cither side sis: notice, was inafly tiraltcci. Xo such notice has ev- en been cirui, r.or ever will be lust Kuropran doctrine oi th? j ti> a (rip ruide by tie Minister and number facadian officers to Grtat j HntAln and tho continent in the nut- uuiii. The Minister caused mncti am- usemeiit b; infoinung tbe House tbat vives and dEiiyhtcrE of officers on the irip were paid for br "ibeir own husbands and fathers." Hon. 11. H. P'mmerson mafle a lest because a. student o' .Mount tiie opinion balance ol p-oucr was rxclu-led from Lfv: uorM by tiie Monroe doc- so iar as I was concerned, I allowed! liar's naval he Vox. by ,rme, this frontier COL WIRES SYM- PATHY COUPLED WITH AN EXPRESSION OF CON- FIDENCE i myself to be carried away and I atl- jetl towards -Mr. Mc.Vab in 5. manner that J regret, I ask that 1 may be ailowcd to offer my excuse." I After tho statement which Jiad !beeu read in French Iiad been trans- liatcii, Mr. Mc.N'ab rose and "I accept Mr. Lanctot'e statement. in tne spirit it was made EEd liopc jthat this unpleasant Incident, which I was the result of a misunderstanding [all around j will be conducive, not to Ibad feelings, on the part of anybody in this committee, but to a closer cx- Oltawa, Kcb. 5.-Lieut.-Col. Percy animation of facts and a better un- Sherwobd. commissioner ol Uomimon that we may get along Las telpgraphcd !iis Rympaltij- more amicably In Uie future." -Citlel of zi Mr.- .tiir nton, dlsniisscil by Mayor corr.mHtee. disposed of the mat N'amara, ar.d his entire (tr by in the ability of the dc- "I ihink f voice the sentiments the committee when I Bay 1'iat every body regreitcd very much what imp' pencil yesterday. Mr.' Lanctot lias offered liis excuses and wo congrat- ulate Mr. McXab on thc very royal way in -which he accepted them." posed chie; as an officer ar.ri man. Winston Spencer Churchill, lord of the British Admiralty, was imprac- ticable. f-aved AiiiVruM frorii waste political sjstcm ol S. GOVERNMENT TO PROBE CHARQtS OF TREMENDOUS '-REBATES 1011II DEFIES CALGARY CONTROLLERS AND STICKS TO POST AT CITY HALL She wiiat, they They a few heart of livestock with money, ihey rLiini. ynU thus incre.iEfe 'lie shortage tlip removal of the American laiiif lias occ.isioned, ai.jrf iias been the subject of FO many Sad rctitciions on part of thesfi same golone. triilversUy. xt Sackviile. N.B.. who returned from a triy to lie Old U'onntry a.c a tbird-claes passenger, t liar! been treated, as an immigrant j and not ailtfwed to disembark nt Itlra-. [ouElii Ihe firat'and second-flaSR fnr the Maritime provinc- I As a rea-jH of the dlscuasion [which followed. It la likely that new regulations be issued guarantee- ing privllcgr in tbe fnlure lo TORTY BELOW HERE LAST MIGHT j who travel in tiie steerage. LOWEST IN 1 RorJolphe Lemleui: move A for showing an appeal from SECOND WEST Kych6Que-r court to the Supreme ''court in a land at Quebec liad lieen diopried. He claitn-.: SIR GEORGE ROSS WORSE .J Toronto, OnU, Fob. Washington, Feb. firsi hcar- Calgary, Feb. prculiar' siiua- infib on the suhjpcl- r.i suitable rtmg- has arisen in rivic ciu-lfs here [n es for free scnicos said to be, worth which an employee dlsnisscil lij- Iho upwards of 3 year wh-cli controllers re-fuses to accept iHsmi.i- thc Ititersiatc Conuncrce coniniittfp sa! and is at his odicc rcguiar has lounil ILe large] sysloms ly evprj-- ilay. oRirial Willlniii 7.ero at perform ior r.rcat mtUi-arial plants, Manarty, license inspector, who ran was Hie at Medicine "Hat.. In KaskaUUe-j preceding with Ihc case, Icr.ipc-ratures ranccd-from 33 be- Mr. Dohertv denied this. He. said at I'niicc Alberta' to 37 below fUio Of the 'iar.ds in question Minr.edo'sa wit unlawiul discrimination apainst against (Iravr.s ir, ,tli A2! had made out a strong case, and tbat. point, j the government was satisfied that tlie Next February, February 10, will see parcels post in iotcc throughout the Dominion of Canada. SD far. Post- master Higintotham bas received r.o .smaller concerns will be liold iirre rein her. cm tut formality ot rr- Ffb. 12. 1-3 and 11- was badly dpfratrd and auyuhrre Mttiiin past 24 Tiic i-mninissfixnT lias aiiJin'-iiiCetl nuir refust-s to resign aud on br- imuus at Ktlir.Dntoii, eight that ti. with the disciiarcc-'l reiusrs likcv.-isc to he ?CLO, uropping to below last of the easttiti railroads Ior authority in r.o doubt hut I'robiibilities fyr cuutinuetl to make a five per crril. increase in mcLiilirrs oi ilic .t'ouncil arc be- i-oririitioKb. rates ti-t1 railroads must hind tlie Lelfccrenl attitude taken hy steps to properly conserve, their rev- (he ofHcial. He is an old-liner, hav- cnues. i ins Uvcil in L'aTpjiiry 2S years. George Iloss spent a neither has King of Calgary; HOW- ever, acrortiing lo eastern papeis, February lOHi is the day, and par- cels will be shipped by post on that date ii no instructions tn the con- niKht, and lost 'conslderalilc strcngtit. His condition ts re- ff gardod as serioiia, but Dr. s Ihe nil- nilnistralion of tin) law 'with provinces. MEMBER FOR JACCUEB CARTIER NOT ABLE TO GO OTTAWA TO whaler ir. the Arctic !ico fields in his younger days Jim JMcGuirr, ildwn and out -sailor, ap- jvcarffl before KHun in !polite cmtrt this morning. CTTT7I7D AP17TTC T7IDTTQi hai Tin visible means oi sur OUilKAULl It rlKLj rorl. in the wreck he was in wafer on a raft tor five Otfaun, l-'oh. il I'ititlia'.'g. 1'a., Feb. stocl oi Ihe Fifth Avenue siote of McCrorj and company was deilrojetl arid number of nearby places were danl. by a spcctacnJar fire lhal kept all Ihe down-lov.n lire departments on duty from midnight till ilawrj. Loss V 4 CHEEREO smmt ARREST MADE FOR ti.iss were Frank and Shoe Co.; Thr HiHon Cn.; puhlic .vorts. wo-ild talc liis in Co.; The Hilton Co.; v the ho-i'f it is now considercil quile L. Douslas Siiow Co.; Hell liros., v Mirobahlc thit he will not to H.e Kvitaiifanl. SMUTZ WAS Caytovsn. Feb. 5. There were thrilling sceoes ID ibs legislative, rlmmber, nance Minister SmuU in a vig- oroiis speecb defended the rfe- portation of labor agitators. He -was vociferously cbeered by nil lint tho labor members. rto so. .Uwrdir.s lo word rceeivcil the here, .Mr. Monk lias been cwifii.cil i lavs, nml !iis his hed Jm the lost three w Glasgow, ficotlanii, Feb. siif- giving the. name ol Thoda Hobinson, was ancsU-d .lic-ic today Valuer than be buried in tie chilly for 27 months, anil_whose time expir- taken to Dunblane recthsliicc, in rnrtb of Sweden i cd in January ot this roimcction uitlj incendiary 'fires at- i t AmlersoB died on December Jltli, trihutc'l to the militant surtragctlc (Sustavc r. Anderson, a missionary bj. lhe Uinc thc trmains wrrc orcurrci1 ycslor. of thc Mormon rfiurcli, inaJe a TC- it was December 28th'be--day al AterarbiH Castle, thc House finest to his missionary colleague to. fore Mr. Krickson could jnaVe a start, HOKS, ant! Kt. Kilbnd Mansion in have his borty broiiRnl- back Sunny "skct. then he lias that county. Sotilhrrii Vllffrta lor burial, ar.d this hcen travelling almost continuously.__________________ morning t'hr' remains arrived h-jt ol course has been del.iyed al; liavltig Iravelleil dose lo 4000 miles I'Mrlv cicry uort ot entry aong the! by laid and water. Below Zero Does health was so impaired tliat Kc liis physician Ins advised him thai lie- should not think oi resuming his par- li.nnentaiy Uulic.s this session. Krirmls thc cx-iniiiblcr Ibat lie is to come to HIP and is disappointed civrr not able to do so. Hon. T. minister oi atirr, who underwent nn operation :i clajs ago, is nufcing not work much at any liinc, in Die culd u inter r.ot at all. Thc cfi.irge, asainsl him loiiai was vagrjncy, "Would you like to get in out of The rold for a couple nf nskcd the c.idi kiTidty. Jim is hanl of hearing, but ric .strained to catch the wni-ds, and i "Vcs." Man Who Has Set His Cap For Homestead Near the City It uill lie some hctord hn uill fit io sad mission toullmrst t. rtcceastd lived at Taylorsville, ;been a long or.e. Canlslon anil close to' will lake the body, (o Ca rrfston boundary, prior to upon his Hiis ailernoon, kaiil Mr. Kricksnn I0 mission for thc Latter Pay Saints Inc Herald reporter at the depot I POSITIVE PROOF OF GRAFT CHARGES on; in [tie oven, with the mcaury forly desFPCR bfclov.- ?ero not tlio plea-nnteEt GCi.uvallon on liltln (IMC but in Rome <.ftses it i( to rt'Min.c li.1: effort.and trouble aud exiiosure. aitdint; i lone, ''I'oor .Jim." Utc ilangcrs oi tie Arctic the lilooJ ran red h )i's veins, Hi-iroh A'foupie of iiis'btoilifisi still Tluitsday inoiniirg. "anil his bnilfipis. Hcrlin, Veil. copies will not liaic lo any mure rcsirin Itaro, and it is hccause if was lake it to Taylorsvillp, (0 his "of documents' relating io iorty bclcw weatlirr liiis ycai. home lo Win (hat Hie imloitunatc o''1 foc burial. II has been a alleged illicit dealings betucen .J.iji- jimnc man lnnrlc the reijiirsl llial tie 'oil.E it to offn-crs ar.n n (lelliinii he taken to tlic last Rrrat west for c.i_ny_ out tlic last wisliM of n hoy ctertiieal firm arc sairl lo be- in (lie Ijiirial. li fin his miss: ur.der- Irjilftct will IIP tirmiglil dn OTIIKIi ;va, i-'cli. thc lasl Rrcal west for out uic last wisncs 01 a noy ctfelrieal firm arc sairl lo be. in Ihe who hatl worked so faithfully lor Hie. possession nf the stales led just our jrav ago suCercd death to over- wnn prosecuted Carl Kiclilcr, the. lion lor Ihe church, and tnlip nil" hfeausc was so zealous firm's stcnrsiaplier, scnlcnccil l.rre re- look'nri his station at Lulea, Kwc- "ot lnkc tiwc den, tlic furtlifst norti: city in that counlry. In lie UMS stricken ivith an attack of nppeiKlicitis, b'.it eil it to go toy torig without Atten- tion, and succumbed shortly alter en- tering the hospital at H uas just liciore. liis ilcalii thai lie made his to his brother missionary, Matthias Krickson, ol Salinn, lHah, his physical needs." CLARKE WALLACE'S BROTHER DEAD Toronto, eldest hrotfier of tho Into Hon. N. Clarko find Eon of the laic Captain Wallace, died nL liomo! in U'oortbridgo Ihla morning. cently fur hlackmail. diigihals have been relumed to tl.c firm. V. Hermann, thc irptcscnlativc in Tokio ol thc fieciiian firm, is unrlcr ihlention liy tlie authorities on the. penal charge of ilcslroying docnments I valuable to a criminal suit. iEttion 33. S, U. S2. is open for ftl- ;inf :il the land office. This land k ?.rvor.r, the river, on tho edge o! lo Ihr: Hlood and" naturally is 0 is in Hoynl at .Montreal; .1 Hut it. is subjetl to clause "A" of (he A. Ktdiards, of i'rincc ICiIuatil iircpnipliou which pro- ot Uicliy, iidcs tliuUiomesteaders in the vicinity anil Niihatn Jlaitin, of lie- who arc- eltsilile lo file, mny hare the first chance nt tlie land for a HOTEL PALL1SER lion. They aro given fifleer. dnys c aflcr ll M.I.II' i V n I' lo 1ie "lisibls 'lechk.1 to name tlidr new hotel rf "The nfter Cnjl. Palllscr. i who led an exploration expedition Frt. Scolia is ne- throiish the wpst In (or n site (or its new ___ don oflices. The proposnl arc supposed lohace h-osilion is in (lie west er.rt, Mil ex-; ..INHALED. GAS FUMES ited Admiral Koichi Knjii, detail is inadvisable, in view of i Ilal. Aha, Feb. J.--Onc in Her-i thc sudden infUlions in values which "ntnnrrlcd foroicncr Is dead, and cd has been 111 for tho past, three. inquiry Is in progress occur when administrative bodies he- three, dying, na a result of In- o lia.s hcen on H mission al One son. lioss, resiJca in in Japan. looking likely positions. haling gas fumes. Somebody took the trouble to filid oul how many homesleailers came, un- der tills regulation. Tho result of his liv.cillgnllons led to the conclusion liiat there were only tsvo men' -.vhp emilil come under HJC, flftcciVdajs' flausc. One of these. It Is is dead, and (lie other hr.s sold oat and moved away. Wilh these deductions uniltr hli' hat, tbe wily oae determined lo that choice bit o! Southern Alberta ajl iiis very own. To this end he litre'd three men first place on the land-office steps. Alei. the head holrler-down, anft in apite of. every rust lo find out the name a'. man who engaged him, .McLean re- mained mute. Tivu men lake, shifts of eight hours each, the other sup- plies smb. Their