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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume IV. Tuesday, January ''''''ijjiijji Raging jAU Over Western Vetiiatia BIRDS ARE STORM RAGES PSETHAN IVER AH Trains Running Away Behind Their Sched- uled Time THE FUEL SUPPLY STANDARDS FOR NATURALIZATION Ontario Judge says Foreig- ers Should be Required to Read and Write Twelve Hours More: Will See All Rail Traffic Tied Up _ "Ja'ri. giving Borne indications of subsiding last night, the storm is raging with more fury thanjever today, whii. the ther- mometer has dipped under twenty be- low zero. In the city the street rail- way company'abandoned its efforts to operate the'secondary and.'suburban Hues, and concentrated on the main routes, and many-people were com- pelled to .walk 'to work, while many more-stayed indoors, -it is the worst storm in four years, and extends light across. the .the 'continent Transcontinental trains are running anywhere.-from several hours Hamilton, Jan. theropening; of the today the; trial'of Fin ton, .the .young -farmer charged with fath'er." 'at Stony Creek last settlor Wednesday. Justice Teetzel, who presided, 'invited' the.'grand, jury to make a presentment regarding the na- i turalization of the.; thousands-ot'for- eigners coming into Canada; .-He. re- ferred to .the suggesjb'ip'n lhat.the gov- ernment should investigate., their an- tecedents and -also should be. able to read being given the franchise." T Vernyi was wrecked and many. '.J. lives lost throughout Turkes-" -t- tan and Central Asia. i 4- -fr .j. 4. EARTHQUAKES f IN TURKESTAN Tashkent, Russian TurkeB- tan, Jan. recurrence of violent earthquakes visited Tashkent today. The shocks were.more severe, than'those' of last week when the town of Vernyi was wrecked and many, lives lost throughout Turkes- tan and Central Asia. rT i IPT GELIST GREEN Bojispeil of WillbeHil' SHORT COURSE IN Minister of Agriculture .Makes Arrangements ;'Y M ACLEOD GETS ONE Is Opened ion SAYS SHOULD BE UNSEATED- Washington, tor Weveridge 'today submit- ted to the Senate his minority report .from the committee-on privileges 'and elections in.; which he declares that the tes-- tlmonyr, conclusive "tar more than enough bribery was-practiced to Invalidate the' election of Senator Lormier.--' .__ ;..t ARMERS U1BER Second Within a Week -to Get a Site n Tiiif rhii THE COAL JiidgirigWillifc Chal: .Offered Edmonton, Jan.: 9. Hon. Duncan '.'Rev. William one Of' has announced Uiat the de- the best Known preachers and agriculture had complet- lists will be in Lethbr; ?d the holding.oi. here that'theXrrand-Trunk Pacific in- for three weeks in March conducting an evangelistic campaign. This-cam- paign is a part of the general evange- listic campaign being carried "on -in The "second large lumb'er cpmpanv within -a. week to purchase .-property in: L'cthbridge with the object or t-p- ening up a large yard: in the .city is the Farmers' Lumber Co. -The 'coin- pahy has purchased the'- wliblc 'of; the south half 'of Block if.', Ilic corner of Third Avc., S., 'and Fif- teenth street, arid. Loiiis- and has commenced to build .Vn.'fi buildings and lumber sheds, ton Bros., 'architects, being- of their erection. The Farmers Lumber -''.Co. has al- ways Iiad'its' Keiierar.ofiice ;n 'Leih- se, but HO yards. 3m vbi'ds at Whitla, VTinnifrcd, I'Ira'Viy-. 1 a Purple Springs and Milk .River. It is believed short course-schools in the pro- terests- are' behindi the-bV coal vince during the months of. February which negotiated by J W: Mc- ana March. These'schools will be similar-to the-ones held', last winter -CoDne11. progressive' young the west'by the Presbyterian church. and Innisfail an'd'-treal capitalist. Meetings have already been held in some; of the Crow's Nest Pass towns. Knox church has taken the initiative Vermillion, of two -weeks' duration each. Besides Jhese schools, for iield at'. Strath-' Today Hillcrest common stock jump ed to G7, alter "selling' at 3G on "Sat- urday, -a in this campaign "as the general. canv-: m conjunction Proi. El- mine would be" included in the is being conducted hV the Pres- byterian church. They will: assume running spiel .at ..the starting rtomorKW will heartily co-operate -'with. ,to a day evening, the llth. 1 No Knox congregations in ma'rin- lio'tt, who charge oi.the C. P. R. Now that the curling; rink -is in sue- management of the services but TMTQ cars of stock Co., will nnnrfttinn i" hive assurances from other congregV. Used at each; ot, the schools, ,'rife bring oi French and English ii-ii- Hnns. and-thpir they' ot thc'schools are: Strathmore .capital." -the. 6-11 r. M'acleod >13-25 tliy .to; .late; AvfaHe one ior two are stalled in greatest, March; r' ,were held in Prizes-wm at. each of. m.n...- J UL Dr Patterson is >vcll tf> judging' competir for tion, and 'a grand" challenger-trophy in will" berbffered-hvC.the panies are.operating- under great ; the, Inhistaiy' for! section, hours, more wHl'' see up. popular :preacher in-the Frbrr. four, schools, these teams to consist -.The secretary -there ..he to Bethany j'Ghurch.' or.four men ihighest, in.-the after four o'clock each night to lake' Philadelphia, one of the arid., local competitions. entries! This'will ;iopuhif; most. influential churches in America. members there was '.lohti the famous merchanti. Idaho State University, who the.iudging classes of the' heavy horses and beeLcattle. .The the value'of tjiycn'-for will be in charge of Mr. Weaver, 'Dominion .Department be ;Agriculturc this spiel divided into 1st, 3rd performed similar work in the carn-r- is .also assisting by giving'the. serv- and 4th" prizes.. in Fernie and other ices: of'Prof.: G. H: Hu'tton, of the year: Pie is a good. singer 'and- Experimental Farm, Lacombc r. Prof. Fairfield, 'of the 'Experimental THREE MILLION _ the .past three .winters .railways have .operated under unusually -fav- land will give new his n orable but. although their curl an opportunity to Vet their, f r ct .Wanna-makcr. equipment -was >h'ever: so it I "entry charge 'of 00 and philanthropist: will be .impossible for ..them to Tun bc made for each The musical part their, trains on' any kind of schedule" unless the" storm moderates speedily. .Country, points do not appear too "well stocked with fuel in the event of any Considerable interruption to traffic. Owing to a -heavy storm in. the Kockies, telegraphic, communication with coaet. points has: been interrupted for thirty-six, hours.' :Tied .Up at Brandon Brandon, Jan. Monday's raging storm appeared to have spent its fury ..evening, and there were a -few. hours of -calm, clear wea- ther, with- the thermometer ranging about 20 below.- .After midnight the mercury 'took a sudd-en drop, and a driving snow sibrni set in.- At five o'clock this morning it was 32 below and at 9.30.25 below zero. So heavy was the snowfall -at daylight that buildings a block away could not be seen through- the storm. It was ac- Amonsr'the- instructors will be Prof L Carlyle, Dea'n-bf 'Agriculture in Have Been Surveyed'and will be Thown Open This Year Edmonton, Jan.. the past year, fifteen- or twenty sur- veyors who were working put oi Ed- monton laid out approximately flOO acres of. new land to the. north, northeast and northwest of Edmon- companied by a piercing wind. Th'erejton. As the result oi..their work'prac- was foot of snow on the all the un'subdivided land cl at midnight, and drifts everv- a capable leader. _ there will be a meeting in- :Farm, 'Lcihhrifigei; 'c. -McKil- Kriox Church to complete arrange- Heart of -the Seed men ts for the campaign. It is. understood that the new'com- pany, which will; go by. the .name of BRYCE INTRObuCED THEM TO THE PRESIDENT Four lM en in nWiv Car at the Victirps "v.- to the'.Herald Coleridge, Alta., Jani; R- -employees-" at Cplcridg'e-; narrovyl escaped cremation in a.- fire curred. here, at an early :-thiK PCT Over Four Hundred; Krdi Have Entered BIRDS Show I V '.u "at Moncton, an increase in A. wizer, a brother oi Congressman .reOBnling to 7 per ccnt oi N'cw .wno has just re- on ror cnginfier3 and firein-.-n or-the north. Suizcr 5.1 vS ij. Requests of other employees J on seeing a cut of it, the assocfa-: the wolvfs having killed all llic dcrr inolarting conductors and the opposite aide is the DOTS' de- llJC bedrooms on the mezzanine floor are In the rear of the building, and at tne front. !a the -main auditorium, which Is 40ft. by 56ft, It will seat 400, and can be divided by rolling par- i ibe banding is altogether so attract-i e, bo.h from the msfde and outside.; turned from Uon at Osaka, Japan, wrote for the shave brcomc firsperatc plans of It. as they thought it would; and now up to cabins jutt tbetn hungfYlwiii be considered shortly.. The- in-. of min-i Crease to the firemen wiU-amo.unt S50.000 ner annum, ;