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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta VOUTMB I.ET1IBIUDCE, ALHE11TA. THUUSDAY. JANUARY 15, 1'Jl I r CKXTS NUMBER "29 HOUSE Or COMMONS Ol'KNED AT OTTAWA THIS Al-TERNOON Calgary. Magnate With Big In- terests Here has Unbounded Faith in City T, N. R. IS COMING W. R. Hull is Confident That Hill Lines Will Soon be Here "Every time I to Letli- bridge i notice a decided improve- ment in general conditions which far exceeds all expectations. There is nothing wror.g with th's town, let ms tell you that, al- though she' may not be on the rosy side to the casual observer. There are ICES vacant houses and stores in by far than there are in Calgary in pro- crtlon to the population. I have covered practically the entire city since coming here on this trip, and I know, 1 was here two months ago, and I can safely say that there Is a very notice- able improvement since that time." This from one ot Lcilibridge's boosters and sroueh chasers, W. II. Hull. Mr. Hull came, down from Cal- Kary yesterday on :i general business trip, lie- has been busy since he down, looking up the welfare nf the city fn thai he wonlil be (o tell his fiends about it. Ho is vitally interested here, owns Iho 1IW1 GOLD STORAGE IS B) j Local Company Has Secured a I Subsidy From Dominion Government BUILD IN THE SPRING j Will Supply a Big Need for Encouragement of Mixed Farming IN SOUTH block, one of tho. finest In the city. Secretary Bain and Followers Surrender-Government Sat- isfied With Conditions and various other properties. His opinion regarding general business conations on" Iliat He has faith in LstliVrldBG.' as a centre for ot iniluslry, manufac- ture, commerce and general activity iina thrlfl. lint he tninks iiwt one of prosperity is railroad competliion. lie is certain Hint the Xorlliern will.como into tireat iiridgo as sonii us the rails can bs His reason for Hunting so is u-ry obvious when asked, "why are e tiic quesiion cessive frcinht >Ir. Hull has no sympathy for tbe C.'l'. and lie is not back- ward In cumins forward with the- statement. He thinks the 57. rate on Liberia is a disgrace, and tlilnks. ihal it will not be unlil James J Hill's pet railroad will n roalily in Sonllieril Allic-rtn. "The P. II. is practically the master nf this lO'.mtry." bald he, "anit tiiwr dic- lates will lie law until another road fcallds hope is another railroad." H ORCUTT OF MAGRATH FINED 525.00 FOR USING TWO BOUNDARY POSTS Joliaimu.-vlmrg, South. iMrioa, Jan, oE the South Afri- can .Federation oE Trades and liis baud of comrades who had barrjcaded lii tin- selves in the Trades Hall hero sinco Tuesday, premiered tin conditionally to the yolice today! Mr. Bain-and'ten other leaders were Dodged in Allhoujhf'ffie eni" ployeTS.anrX trades; uiiloniats iu South Africa .coimnucd toddy, there were indications that.the strik- ers irere losing Around, Secretary Uain, of tho Federation of Trades, who Tvith.taree hundred fol- lowers, is besomed by the police in the Trades Hall, sent out an emissary this morning, rogues tin 5 an interview General Botha, priina min- ister of South Africa. The govern- ment regarded this as an offer to sur- render, and replied merely that the control officer of tho region under he provisions of martial law, haU irdcrs (o arrest every ono iu thoJiail, ,nd to UFO the most dm die measures lecthsary if, after warning 3iad been given them, Ihn occupants did nol sur- render without violence. Strong guards were placed in posi- .ion to keep close, watch on tho liah and no pedestrians or vehicles lennitteil to approach anywhere near t. The men surrendered. Newspaper Non-Union The Transvaal Louder, a newspaper which had hitherto employed only union lalior. issued only four pagoa this These had been coni- by hand, instead of, on .type- setting inafihinrs, ami' containeil an announcement that "In future only iiorHiTtiorj us en would he ('nguged on tliis paper.'' Along liio Hand thy situation is nv j.orted satisfactory to tho {jovernment. Soirm of the workmen at the mines have volunteered thoir services for Tie protection of the properly. Although of all trader in Tr-ircvcal .ind OrangR Free Slato Against it--Local Millers Talk WIH It tre free or not? Eorafi say "Yes." Some fay "No.1 Anil iir.lil the Federal parliameu SOultTf IN THE GWECT OF PUIMAfiE GETS THE Biillionl Aesemblage Braved Unusually Severe Winter Weathei to be in on Social Side of of Connaughl _ Read Spe'ech Which Foreshadows Re-distribution and .Appointment of Western Navy or 'Free Wheat Legislation Forecasted clf-iva Jau IJ.-i'Mliamrnl Jan. 10 opened this atteinooo. alter lasting nearly seven months. In the ccmpuuied by Katharine a Ccmnt a, the "hack oE the thror.c, and tin 1'rin- ;el3 (low. to work, no one will know, (ice of snovr, flurries with tie wcMIi- ress took hci place on chair placed But the Herald has a tip that the ;er somewhat, moderated but still tc thc leit ci Ihc ilais. will and" that the usually Mid; His Royal (Manitoba Conservatives had-' their stall escorted by the HrmcKS His Huval llidinfss then proceeded EOII Milling Elevator Co. says Weft- err. Canada does not want free wleat, the part of some Western Col: live politfoifins. I the salute "His Uoyal Higbiesb pressing John Taylor, cf the Taylor Milling liteppedI down from Hie valor Co., doesn't gay much. Dana about it, but soino facts on lllln which to base onrt judgment. .And roarrrt the royal salute- sup- one's indcment U tuuuoECd 10 say Meantime iti the senate the ed galleries and the packet! a The Conservative government at Ot- Wage on the main floor had waited 6 you oil, my deep sci for tlic comfort and jiuit thai- were afionlnl us at- tlic s timr oi Ihc serious ilinccs ut Ilic 'Duchess of Connauglit by tlie IIUIIICT- _'uus messages sympathy that were icceivcd front Canada, and by the that iha liwrts of so They fought fiewral. Scvci bas there been a more _ distinguished gathering at any opcn- in2 In the ('OTiinions chamber, the 1 IIU C I iLuiwui. ut ----a- lawa lie says, was elected on an antl- long for the. ccralns o- the B' f hrm tnerf hffn reciproelly platform. They fqsight against Canadian grain going Into the Unllerl Rlnles. They wanted U fcept in Canadian n'lanncls. And to offset the reciprocity argument, they pro- to erect internal storage, elc- oi the eun: vators with equipment to dry wet manv Canadians were with us during ove nor Iht- summons oi p nom.ccd With Iracls have hecn let for two internal storage elevnlors in Saskatchewan; One n ill be built in Alberta, and there Is ono projected for Vancouver which -.-rcj will he fitted wish dryers and Irans- possible tor me. to hilly exercise iho duties ul my nigh nRirp (iurinp; n con- siilptable ptiitioii of last year. It gives me groat p'.usutc in lip hoomiiiK oi The'guns from 'able to you upon the re- int in tclf that His Uoj al matkable cxpar.sjon of Canada s Iradc al Tli? bouM'u'iil t-roi'a T.-itli wliu-h tiic Dominion lias fortunately hern Ijlcss- cd rtuiing thr past SMFOII have hron harvested vrnlcr nnusually favnrablr SHIPPERS SAY THAT CONSTRUC- TION DEPAKTMENT IS' MAK- ING THE RAILWAY i UNPOPULAR VatOrS ttU'.l tilUiimicuv ui j i-ti. If! tell that li'S KOJ ai UldlRHUIl- tafjuaiun il" grain, EO that Hie handling o! the big but there was with other countries the p; annual cron wouW he fncililated. The "n.rind oi naitinc before iiie. cal, ilurinc; lota WK tsratnnl elevators at For! Wit- upon the door iar cxcceilcJ thai- ol .my pr Ham have teen so equipped. Con- the Black Hod's arrival, Black iioct's arrival Ihtre deep liows Uc reached )ust befoTC Ihe and dcliv- his is and With three deep bows he out Anil tiie members cheorcn. conditions, wfiicli Imc enah'pU Hie l fer machinery. All this outlay, la in Then they tronped out. entered the. IranspMt.ilion ronipanies rcsrciise to Premier Bordcn's fro- senate. eliamh.T, ar.rl iook tbeir stand to ma'iic Alia., -Ian Fariiicra ami sliiprer? of wheat im! other ;ire in arm? here over, liie alH-sed rales heins cli ed by thi; C. I'. II imrtn'cnt, for the liiiiulliiii; of li :inil il Is tha' itl take scnie'vuncerlP'I the liar and facing the His Koyal miscs. and It fecms hardly likely that free wheat legislation will nn Intro- duced now, before IHero n chance lo try out the chincry for handling Western Can- do-camp in Her nws the rrincess Patricia, full IJFC oi all the larilitirs nl I'.inicu.Kie.s has evec foj- i.ieutCFiant-C'olonel Karqnnar and times arose in former years have rol is nca- rnn- C. K. aidr- iniiniirstrd ami an imnsaally tCcntinucd on 1'agc Mazi-illi, .ian. II. Haiiy Orcut nas today dccil J3S and costs by In spccior the li.N.W.N for alM-mprialini! to liis own use Inn. Irundarv nosls iiC! en-1 "i'neers on tlie survey ol Ihc lease! havn jmnKi (i-lC strike, the workmen "onlli fil May.illi. of Capo Colony and Nalal arc still at Orrutl. VA'Jcd Ruilty fn the charge i occupations. Tliero Is cvidenlly ;iiler it'lull been modified from one B0mf, of vltli Ihu revol- stealiiiB. Mis counsel, II. Osliuml, j platform of the syndtralisl ,if Lcthbiiiige, in .ulilressmg the jtrlknra. who conwvond lo the f. W. miirl on tl.c Accused's lidnli. Puinl-1 w of ,llc RtateE. nt that Ihrrc was no iri-J f strikers in tiiU city the ,.lln ___ ___ Her lloyal of tin1 crops ba.'e was ac- to Ihc before close (I the season of na- bern l.ivurcd tiy ;i prospcrcms (o liavo the matter hraigll to tl.'- at- liunilon of (bo Hallway 'll cosls llic faTiiu-rs: nl a ce'Jl r.ite. from 10 ear lo thrir '.shcp.t here to anil M'lh JS.flO e'.inrses al Slirllnp. liii brings the 'assengers and Crew Taken off Sleamer "Cobequid" Seems to be Doomed lo Destruction on Trinity Rock Irnl or iiialicioiM inr.tlve act it lifiiiR aiinply a ease o( innn- ,enl rtiscoifiy d the atliclos In nuts- tli.n. lie .ironed tl.nt his rlirnt was nl soniclliinc has hern rcipctr.iteii by ruwiicrs ever tlic first Hiricjs were nm i" the ami was certainly not. Riiilly of mood, Inil aro restrained by the i.refi'lieo of (orees of armeil iiolico, ami of the Oitlier.E1 lietericc force, over 100.000 of whom answered ilio eaii io urnib when marlial vrw'la'7000' Provisions arc sllH fairly ijlcntifnl. iiim, aiul he lnr leniency ar.d i.iercy in (he man's Mh.ilf. In rendering n decision his li'iinr j.lalrd that he aware oT tlie rnnilillmiB in (he eattlr coimlty .Mr. Iiad pointed mil, luit llul nol tlic gravity of iilint. lloivever, conMdcrins U? un- rirciinistniicrs In the rase, be uould impose a fir.e ol J2.'i am1, costs, in al! annul Sill. 'I'he dfr Hie statutes is SI08 01 nionlhs in WINTER IN EUROPE londou, Kng., .Ian. Tiie weather continues very cold a1T over Kurope. and many Yarmouth, S. fv, Jan. 2-l'spril_on the slcamcr. The sr tiiil, rescued yesterday, vcre were Tl-r o the ivEi nncl Canada of iTfispcnnis years nr.-j though at Ilie pres.-al moment bnsi-; nes-s is sliRlitl) rrslritlcil by (lie fin-' T ..H.i.-i.trf-Wr prevails the I irrl cnnvini- ed thai this conmlioji tie merely Innpoiiiry ami Ibat Hie Ijnimdlcss re- Sources of D.'uihiriia, uhidi aii1 i MI frilly anil niLiirisall) kr.oui> and pive us IL? inlirst assur ance IM' conlimied material pn HKIHSTHIIH'TUIN S'1.1 a, or pr.rjtkallv S cents a from liere lo Cnlpary. Tliis. llic-v is exorbilant and an- lonieair.nin; on a frtilion look tn relie'. until1 Hie "I1 ion! mav lake over thi Hue.- The C. I1 hilSiiipp fvonr Fore t0 awm at Ktirlii.i; froln' licrc Inshts sittn ,vcn v.-ater. torlably housed liere this motning anil j All of Ituisc taken on boanl lioni the eiteclf of their Westport left the Cobciiuirf a icsult oE the reiem decennial icensiis ti.e representation ol Utr: dil- l'1-' ft rent provinces ninsl he re.vliustcil. hy tho liiilish Xorlli Am- i'oil Coiiiurne. Jan. badly smashed ar.rt covered with hut the officers' quarters remain- ed intact. The govcrmuenl steamer Re SI. John. K.IJ.. .Inn. Captain and the eleven men who re- mained on Ihc Cobcijnicl last night, were t.lkcn aboard the fleaincr stooil by throughout the ilenlba trom have OC' Canlain McKinnon, of tlie cnrre.1 in nr.J I'nriB. little eoasier wlml, j 'heir 72 persons, said today I he came i.Lragside tlic he lourul all Ihe passengers and crew in tlie Capiain's cabin, Ilic only' 'dry Tlicro nre no tmmedlate In- dications o' mode-ration. ff ,j iicrc. A wireless mesfage snid Tliinl Officer H. P. 1'owcll wns seriously In- jured during Ihe RESOURCES. narrow Southern Alberts Cold Storage. Limited. GOVERNMENT 000. VALUE OF PROPOSED PLANT SIZE OF hold SO to 7o carloads. Industrial concerns capitalized and by Lelhbrldpe wen Rive pro- [niso of replacing HID mythical out- concerns which every now and lyr-n announce their intention of lo- here, and tltc latest local pro- position to be announced to the pub lie is the Southern Alberta Cold -Stor- age, Ltd.. sonic facts concerning "vhicli are given above. This concern has been promoted chiefly hy Secretary D. .1. Hay of the of Trade, and Allen Jack who. last year, was manager of the J.elh- bridge Exhibition. They grasped Ihe excellent opportunity lying untoucii- eil anil, bucked by a number of the city's leading citizens, they launched their project at a lime which is moat propitious, judging by ail the signs. The provisional directors cf the. aie T. Kevin, Itobert E. K. Jack ahU p. .1 Hay. The propositiuu is already on a footing, especially -for u project jiiri.'announced. Before niak- ing its boo- to the public tbe mi of -had been One thing tliat adds to the attiact- of a colt] storage project, i? Ihe Dominion government subsidy. H has taken sonifj lime to negotiate tliis, Lui-once the government assured it- self of tbe genuineness of. tbe promot- ers' plans, it was easily settled am! the papers are sealed and de livered. which will i-rovide -for the piiij.iiv.ii. s the work progresses. This makes ,ie stouk especially attractive (ftr il leans that it Is worth a nremtiim ot 30 or 510 a share right at tlie o'jUet. he only strings the. governme'iit puts n the subsidy boing that the "plant hall be kept in operation and (bee shall bo conducted to bulM-up tlie. neat, dairy and poultry industries In he district in is lu- c.itcd. Stock is nciv Ueins offerea the pub- ic by J. llairis t Co., and is finding ready sale. Construction operations ivill be foniinenceil in the spring, anil t i.- hoped lo l.avo the plaui.'vfhlcb nill cost ready for business n tbe fall. Tim government has given ils-un- iertaklng that It v.-lll not subsidise my other cold "storage proposition In Southern Alherta. 1 am said Secretary Hay of the Board of Trade, on Thursilay. tie -proposition is a'-uiigiily 5001! one that will appeal to our own people. The need for such a plant 's here. dressed meat, butter egg', poultry and truck garden mini-tries demand sonic sucli medium liroush which marketing may be lone successfully. These Industries arc' growing rapidly too and must lock o morkels fnrllicr from hone. There s an excellent market in the rnlnlnt" .irea through tho ('row's Kcst Pass and Eastern H. anil witli cold stoi- faeilities this market may laken ailvanlaiio of Then, too, (M: cold storage- will lo finance. 1'rodiice. for which Hiere if no ready market when Ilie farmer is ii-aily to sell, may be stored in ihe pinni, on the niorapc clietks given, the banks will len'l up 10 13 or SO per cent of liio value of Hie com- modllies. All Iiie cotil storare plant? cs'. of Winnipeg are making mor.ey. Situatcil as we will lie In tlie middle of Ihc oliicst irrigated Iracl in Ir.i- wesl. and j-isl on the eilge of a WE cash market, there is no reason why siiould nol do as well, or sl.uu cieii belter rclu'rnf." to Jan. 15. Manitoba legislature passcfi n resolution yesterday de.mar.rl- ing the, natural resources from tbe Dominion government. SOLD STOLEN PASSES Kilraonlon, Alta.. Jan. B. and Abe liarciiell, two young men, not overly anxious, for harit work, liavc burn am-sled, charfrtd fellins T. I', pass; were stolen. NEWFOUNDLAND LEGISLATURE OPENED St. N'wdil., Jan. nea- lonislaiure "'a? opened yfiatcrdav1, Mr. OoJiiiEun oeinr; mnnimously. ecled Speaker. ;