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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume tathbridge. AHa.. Thursday, February Number 02 WM. WHYTE STATEMENT ABOUT A. R. L PURCHASE Cardston Man Won Hard-Fought Election HIT WITH BOTTLE MAN BADLY MUTILATED IN CALGARY Annexation, "Not for Ours" Says an M.P. DR. WEEKS IS THE GRAND WARDEN j Cardston Man Elected toS Important Position in Oddfellows LIBERALS HOLD SEAT London, Feb. the bye-clecttou for the division of Wiltshire yester- day, Howard, Liberal, was elected by a majority of over Palmer, Unionist, the figures being. Howard iind Palmer -HU2. With the reception of the general elcc- lion of 1805 the seat has been consistently Liberal since Liberal majorities at the last two general elections be- 75-1, and Dec. 1910, SSD- C. P. R.'S PURCHASE INCLUDES LANDS AND RAILWAY Wm. Whyte Informs the Herald That All the Property of the A. R. I. Company is P. R. to Put People on Irrigated Land SHERIFF DANA DEAD ALD. OLIVER IN RACE Grand Lodge Elected a Calgary Man as Grand Master (.Special to Kdniont.on. Feb. annual convention of the (Trami Lodge of the I. P. of Alberta closed this ev- ufter a most successful sitting. A SUIT AGAINST MAGRATH'5 MAYOR Real Estate Men of the Town are After Him i Magrath, February, has The afternoon session was occupied j been insiSuned by the real estate largely with the installation of men ot Magrarh against Mayor Orsen' Grand Lodge officers elected at tiiRjA. Woolley. This is a rather unique morning session. The installation i casc ns Mayor. Woolley has been ceremonies were conducted by Past, pressing the real estate men for their Gram! Master Shera, Fort Saskalch-i licenses for sorn-e. time past and now cwan. assisU-f! by Pastt Grand Mas-1 -m return ihe land men arc tor .J. W. Mitchell, Calgary. After-; suit against him for dealing in land' wards the newly installed officers j anfj rcav estate without a license, took their places and conducted j js altesed.that Mr. Woolley is grand lodge business. Proposed leg-j the agent for the Mormon church isiation to be submitted to Soviir-i jn Magr.ath and has transacted eign Grand Lodge was further dis-i many land deals in that capacity, cussed and1 instructions given will likely be the principal point Grand representatives. which the real estate men will Lodge strongly endorsed the workings their case. Thc case is in the' of the Oddfellows' Relief organiza-: hands of Justice. Stacey. and lhe! (Special to the Herald.) 'Winnipeg, Feb. connection with the report from London that the Canadian Pacific had absorbed the Alberta Railway Irrigation Co., inquiry made of Wm. Whyte, vice president of the C. P. R.. as to the ex- tent of the purchase, whether it included the company's mining and irriga- tion, system as well as (he railway lines of the A. I., and his reply was: fc, i. "THOUGH 1 HAVE NO DETAILS OF THE TRANSACTION, I KNOW THAT THE TRANSACTION INCLUDES EVERYTHING BE- LONGING TO THE A. R. I. CO. AND THE PURCHASE WILL'BE It is understood that- die C. Bill, will inaugurate an active campaign for the settlement of people irrigated lands of the company. Brockville, Ont., Feb. (ieorge A. Dana, sheriff of the united counties of Leeds and (Jrpnville, died tonight follow- ing an illness of three weeks of pneumonia. He served as mayor for three terms, and from 1S94 until 189S was a member of the legislature. The only survivor of his fam- ily is a brother, Albert J. Dana of Vancouver. SENDS THREE UP FOR TRIAL Cases of Housebreakihg and Receiving Stolen Property i Inspector West of the R.N.W.M.P .had the following docket yesterday afternoon Leslie Chven, charged with breaking the store of O'Brien and Nalder, Raymond, last October, und stealing ANNEXATION KNOCKED HARD Guthrie Tells Buf- falo Audience Canada is Against it ROOSEVELT HITS IT Denounces Congressmen. Who Raised the Cry as Petty Politicians Buffalo, N. Y., Feb. Guth- rie, M.P. of Guelph, OnL, and Secre- tary of Agriculture Wilson 'were the guests of honor tonight at the Wash-' ingtou Celebration of the Elliott Olulv Uoth spoke on the pending Canadian reciprocity agreement. Declaring that he spoke with the sanction and ap- proval of Sir Wilfrid Laimer... .Mr Guthrie said: "t state plainly and posi- tively that there is in Canada no sen- PROMINENT CALVARY YOUNG MAN FIGURES IN SENSATIONAL ATTACK about SROO worth of goods. He. was tlment in favor of trr the committed ior trial. {United States. I do not. know., of ..one. 'single public man In Canada who har- Owen, on a charge oi house- bors such a thousht. or won Id cqun- breakitig and Theft from the store of tenance such a suggestion A-Dydrpam- I Pctris and Pisko, Stafford Village? 'any .-wish or desire on the part of. I last .Julv. and stealing goods valued reople or tlle of -the !at he was committed -'for Calgary, Feb. News Telo 'they have already spirited her out oi a. bottle, the fall of 3 heavy trial, ram publishes the following: Concealed in the house of one of his NOTHING TO DO tion under which practically, all Odd-] trial will probably, be held fellows insurance work is carried on Friday. jind recommended it to the careful consideration of all members. At tonight's session, the Rebekah degree ol Edmonton was ciinferred on j some twenty-five members. After she initiation a banquet was served by the ladies and a pro- gram given. A number of speeches were' given by new officers and oth- ers. Musical ami literary numbers also provided. The evening ses- sion brought the convention to a close.. The New Officers Tim election oi officers proved very shout, friends, bid in a. local hotel, or an In town, and by now she is well on heiibody. and then, nrith thc broken end was also up on a [of.the whisky bottle in her hand charge of receiving stolen property the end of November, and he v.'ay across the. border. From "the meagre particulars that staggered into the room, covered at. I have .leaked out, it is learned that the of the mar- s'fiei hnd was committed for trial on States of any .ever slight, may in the future result from the present proposals so far ai is concr-rucd must clim.in- fiTiin lhe (iSscuEsion. otherwise the judgement ot Canada mate of one of the city hospitals under ;injured wkh anolhet an assumed name, one of the best i young man. ity is lyiiij i block and Known young men in the city ;it 11 point between life and through boin went to the rooms in ths there met the girl. Thr deatfr !iEfi2ting was a convivial one, but late' struck as he taraerl to leave the room. Medical Aid An attempt v.-as made to brtr.z the! victim of the assault to consciousness battered over the bead OD lhe fumes of alcoho! sot in theujbut after this had failed a mod work, and after a slight arr. -i man was summoned and he by a three-parts full whisky bottle lr. mem; tho who now ithe hands of an infuriated girl, alsr jlife I three-parts full. Supr. Reid reports that Messrs. Fracas in n Block The fracas occurred In a block on re- moved from the rooms. Where he is so far forgot himsfiU liow is 'being kept a dark secret, ?'p-f as to strike the woman. A supposed; doctor refusing to talk, but the com reconciliation followed, and after a pnr.lon of the man saying that he few moments fbe THE BEbi MAN FOR JOB irl, who is ?bout not know. Druinmond and McCall the contrac- avenue between Centre street j nineteen years of age, called the man It is learned that the girl threw a land First street east, and although j who had struck her into a side room cloak over her blood-covered dress and tors who last week commenced llic lhe police to have no .that she wanted to tell him left the place before the doctor arriv- work of installing thc steam piping j0f tjje affair, t.here appears to havrjhow sorry she was that the trouble Jed. She was seen to take a west at the power plant, are progressing! been enough real red blood spilt tc had occurred. The young man fell foi !bound train a few hours later, and hei London, Feb. Duke of Con- was entertained last night bv this in regard to the mutter will be r-ialh and unalterable and may be expressed in your own character- istic vernacular 'not for ours.' Roosevelt Advocates Reciprocity Chicago, Feb. Roosevelt in the last of three formal speeches hern today, warmly advocated the proposed reciprocity treaty, agreement with Can- lada and scored congressmen, whom jhe said were responsible for hindering the confirmation of the agreement by. means of an annexation scare. "1 am sure von me txciting. Mantle of Grand Mastership fell on worthy shoulders, in person of 0. Tisriale. of Calgary, Grand Secretary for the past five years. Alf Brown, Edmonton, moved up a notch higher and is now deputv grand iiuistc-r. ui these officers were by acclamation. The race for Grand Warden took on the nature of a no less i than six aspirants Belting their en- tries before the session. -I. A. Fair- well with tlio work. The firm's western manager. j satisfy .the most gory butcher. Sc the African Society. He reviewed ex-i 'baiistively the impressions of bis At- fcelins of Prowund-dlsapprooatlon-for rican trip but made .no mention of mcmbcrs who the bluff of penitence, and left his [serious is the affair considered by I companion, and in a few seconds the Of thc woman in the case thaj! man in the outer heard the trunk has been room by her friends who were respon sible for her quick getaway. has been here since. Friday last and the erecting engineer from Mont-j real, Mr. Hnyner, since Monday. j Contrary to the opinion held by some people, Snpt. Reid says that tin; piping has nothing whatever do with sturtiiii: up the continuous dav and electric service. He. WOOLLEN MILLS MAY START THIS SPRING indirectly sought to bar the path, not removed from the POSL anem. Uis to the Prosed reciprocity agree. ts who werfl ropnon _ _ ment, but to bar the path to 5066 us and Canada by in- In congress resolutions wri "T've lcm-'nS to towards the says that the Governor Cenada must be always a General of man who feelmS can command the respect of an active trot tic n and intensely virile people no idea of courtlv exaggeration. It. lis possible to declare that appoint- caU5C these obvlpiisiy were t2On of Canada I say pretending be- lev, Innisiail IL R. Spiers, Kdtnon- i-xpects tjie latter will be started T, ii- i f- j i ,T- tor, Dr. Uceks, Cardston vt-r and Bradshaw, Lcthbridct- o{ March or just as soon as the arc circuit The absolute uniformity of ideas and ideals oi ihe cit-y council and the! board of trade- was made plain at aj j mcetins: of the board of trade council j i this afternoon, which was attended} i bv thr; city's publicity committee'.! nnd E. A. 'however, thought that as Mr. Cnn- R. Tinning. Civic and .'nnvbcarp." Lyndcn. On tiic lifth lo'i Dr. Weeks was elected by 70-10. lhrol'Sh 1ho residential sections is Con.Ie Bowman. The.; R. II. of was completed, which will probably be i oi Ihe committees for the. j r.ircled CJrnnd Secretary by acclama- about- that time. 'year were chosen as follows: rioii. ns was nlso H. -T. Adams, Cal- piiry. us Grand Treasurer. I'.ist Master was elc-c' ed Grand Representative to Sovcr- eiiih Grand I.odpe- at Indianapolis, Inn., with A. K. Mav as alternate. BRYCE HADN'T ANY ORDER; WILKIE SAYS HE IS II- 1-11 ton. R. Dobbin. Taylor. Kiptey. Reception r.nd Kntertainment F. Jlowner. Renl Potato .ir.d -1. H. Rkeitb. Thc wholcs.tlfr.s of the cit.y had written piicct1 sting the formation of wholesale evident-y not i ningham had already done a good 1 thin lino he should be F. I'. appointed. Secretary McXicol niadc the p announcement. as a inent of the Duke of Connaupht is the one obviously right appointment to Canada. The nation is sendinp not merely a royal prince, not merely n introduced in bad faith. The intro- ducer knew perfectly well there was not a chance of their passage because there is not a serious thought in the of having any relations with tried tatesman, but of all a livin best man for the task, iC thc relations based "Jon an absolute mutuality of respecf I and of kindly'and friendly feeling, and TRAFFIC RESTORED !they were introduced in what f must Berlin, ?'eb. despatch from-call a very mean spirit, the desire to inter- result- m-Kotiatuws with a firm, that the Tau ssys second and third class i do petty mischief to people in one'i -rill will liKely start opera-j trafi5c on lhe German owned Shan own country witb whom they disagree lions this spring. jTung railroad, which was suspended poliiically. by causing'a possible ser- (Continued on page 'owing to (he plague, has been restored, totis estrangement and misimderstancl- ______ ._._. in the foreign relations of this The followine loiter from .1. R. the dis'rict and v.ill meet ;klo. manacor of Alhena Consoii-'fhoai on public platform :n i fitted Coal Co.; acrnptiriir the rhal-i'ind thr-rt- rno of tho n.on! [lense by International .irtu.ii'y aiTcctcrt. nmve every Mombcr Garner and other United ment that I j country with another." I PERMITS TO BUILD j II. J. Goodo, (Merchants i avenue r.ouib, vault, J1300. Snrr T.nrson, 3rd avenue nnrtb. and siorss, 3rd London. Feb. the House of i :ve made and shovel Mine Workers' officials for Mr. Wttkie: whether str.Knicnts hy the. oT; p.p A niKP ri v-uiui Commons today Sir Ejlrvar answering -James Hope, Unionist, saifi tn> instructions had given the ambassador at Washincton anent arc coriert or not. will bo glad to hear froru tlir- reference to an arJ.ic.le appear district officials at once relative to dsre to meet them on 3 p'.iblic plntform llias been received by the Herald: ins; In your issue of the 2'Jnd relativr. fo statements made hv oPlcials of Pis- the reciprocity agreement. is> IT_ M> w. ot A-; ,hc Hope "Do I understand that jn-1 company which T T wish to irructions were not. given at all use yoTir valuable columns for Grey "No instructions were purpose of statjn.e that it is use- T have not, yet received i for us 10 make p'atnnpp.t? and full report of -the sneecfirs of thelbnvp ronrraiHoird. I am i 1 anadjiir; minister, who said Mr uiaily "o 'be "pprTHintty of Unco IiHnrd all through thr np-iacrppfins on hHiali' o; !ho romnsny go'.i.'itions." of meeting, to be held as sofiii ?s possible." Hawkesbury. Ont.r Feb. terrible accident took place at the workc of the Record Pulp Co. on Tuesday night. A msn opened door of a boilsr and there was an cf svcam and boiling wa- ter. Three Poles were scalded to and beyond recognition. An- other nsmed Alex Goy- WAS CUT TO PIECES Vancouver. T I'ollcrk. renl cstaio asor.t of Vanronvor. was fi; pieces by r; cttt one of his arms tern out :roi.2lii near the ferry wlur' ;i and the side of his body terribly to CiUicrtt con- represeat, tia chalience a trail; to catch a steamer. Nelson. B. C.. Fob. extra- wor.'l. frrn; the "oench, left in retired to his room. Court the heiirin.i, cflwas a: ervrn-ihirly and for nearly! vs as a res-jit of nr. 'two and laymen inriument between Mr. Justice Mcr ;cd in fV.L- case, and court officials, inson and C. R. Hamilton, K.C. Coun waiting j-aiiently in the court room was cross examining witness for j inir.king His Lordship might re-appeai [the plaintiff whom he interrupted iujnt any moment. Justice Morrison re-i The bank clearing for the week ithe of a statement, which to see anyone in his rooms. endins this morning show an increased jSlTon claimed-was inadvisable EE evi-j Finally S. P. Tuclr, sheriff of South', business activity, the csia over last, jdence. Kooteuay, went into His week tcing Following are j His Lordship told to on'Toom to discover trhether ro-jrt. clearings: jwith his statement, and uron co-icseljsupposed to be adjourned. His Lord.i Friday ................160.021.69 iaskinc rhai his objection be ship's reply wa.s to brusquely order the Saturday that ifiotr.cini from :ho room. This I or. day ___ noted. Justice Morrison coiinsp; asain interruptc-ii Mr. Fliimr.ion sfntod :hp: Hi from :ho room. This by uie lawyers PS an wa? Thc ho jnrrel: then dispersed. Hi? nis jsnip his hi ilio Lordship without an j'n the session. Thursday ;