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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume IV. Ailn.. Friday. Jtiiniary 20, MAY COMMENCE WORK ON THE WEY.BUR WILL ENTER SUIT AGAINST. BELLEVUE OPERATORS C. P. R. TO BUY OR LEASE'THE A. I WORK ON WEYBURN 11NE FROM THIS There is Still a Possibility That it May be Undertaken This Year-A Signifi- cant Telegram n r-1 S I LiLu IlriiLJ 1 When W. A. Buchanan, M. P. P., was in Montreal a few days ago he Interviewed William Whyte, vice- president of the Cr P. R., with regard to the Lethbridge-Weyburn line, es- pecially that the work on that line be proceeded with as fast as possible, and that be started at the Leth-i was announced as being definitely de-j burn-Lethbridge line from the east end. Later on we may also do some building from your end." According to this messa'ge it is evi- that the statement issued to the WEPC MAY TOT f1 AGABfel ill press as coming from Mr. Whyte is not final, and that the C. P. R. direct- ors have in view more building than'Speaks l _ r To Address the United Farmers' Convention at Calgary A MILLIONAIRE bridge end of the line. In view of the statements made in the press Mr. Whyte sent the follow- ing telegrani to Mr. Buchanan, which was received morning: "We are adding additional mileage to the Wey- cided upon. It is known that Mr. Whyte is in favcr of rushing the} Lethbridge-Weyburn line and recog- nizes the necessity of starting work" at the Lethbridge end as soon as pos- sible. Tracle and is Ap- plauded (Special to the Sale or Lease to C. P. R. Comes Before Company Next Month The .last. issue of. the Financial Post Canada says: for some time past the Canadian! Practically All Its Lines j in Manitoba are Blocked Negligence Will be the Ground for the Move- Latest Step in Bellevue Case-Provincial Inspector Corning South Edmonton, Jan. is stated that, specter Sterling, who will go south BLIZZARD RAGES the miners union Oetfevue are now considering taking action to make the operators responsible to a cer- In North Dakota-Bitterly railway has used tlie trucks j of the, Alberta Railway and Irrigation'. '.'o., at Lethbridgo. and have also had.' Cold at Regina at Present Brandon, Jani trouble the tain extent on the ground of negli-] gence, for the disaster in December which cost the lives of thirty miners. This has not yet bscn confirmed; The again. It is not likely that any "action will considered by ths provincial government until his return. It fsihe intention to see that the mine oper- ators such steps as ars consider- ed necassary to further protect lives of. the miners.. In the meantime, the Ian h'-bcrt Of railways have been experiencing In Of further protection of the'ml UU-J.IA, -Jan. in. 01 ;or tne use of tne from this territory in clearing the linss of verdict rendered by the jury censured] lying idle waiting for the company'io both the operators and the miners for take action, refusing'to go negligence. .1 until further protection is A full investigation into" the ineansi It is understood thai they will ask mines isi company to provide for increased ven- PLAN TO PREVENT FOREST FIRES Quebec, Jan. Sydney Fish delivered the first uiidress at tlinj Dominion Forestry Commission yes- terday. He congratulated thc prov- ince on Us work oi fire prevention Along linc 01" rail" PT u i, made a short address to the- bridge'to the- boundary line. At tho! snow and ice and setting u.ajus -.'United Fanners this evening in which annual tneetl.-iij of the A, R. I. CoJ to schedule time is not'yet over. Aii congratulated the people of Cal- a-uich be held in London on Fc-b.j trains tiiat :ire runinng are behind i gary on 'their good fofiuue in, tde board of directors '.vill ask, ft me, some of Shorn very mr.ny hows! i their own strtc-l railway. lie said the shareholders to ratify an agree-) lute. Ua Thursday a fierce stonii i L''1-" in wno'e United Slates nient to sell or lease TO the Canadian i prevailed west and towards the boun- TRY TliF I A 'owned their own street railway. i-it; i'acitic Railway all. the railways, lands 1 niry of .Manitoba and Saskatchewan, I1Y1 lllLi Vliulj saiti' Oi Oregon use direct -corporate powers, tie., etc..! am! cuts on thc railway which I legislation to protect Miemselves ilguts :tml vest- '..-.I against' their representative, that Ci[ 'll mG to which k Farmers Bank Provisional political corrupUon grows with tha Directors Must go to a jury to be made by Provincial Mine In-i tilatfon of the mines. t-i had been cleared have filled yi Though ii; is not this AND GETS; toUEEnXG .R. IS PAYING THEIR EXPENSES -Tan. Dcni- should havc lhe j.av about oecome entitled. ing :i stiff wind Is doing considerable! p n 'C L 1 iUio properties of the Alberta Com-' Uniting, and it looks vsrv much as LaSLem inweasc oi population and rising laud panv lial-e bcco cnvlooslv watched by'more of the work of clearing the! I. valui-s that single tax will, compel c_ p R_ for many yeard> and heJ oC ffay wm have be (ione QVOrj l corporations thc weaiihy to pay Ing iu a ,nri cf can' again by railways. The Canadian I more taxes aiul( the common people. he useir to'a advautagoi .XortUern trains in all directions have Mess taxes that the people who pay cancelled and only an occasional son most emphatically informed the J. Cr. Peters. United States crown and defence this morning that; try commission, reviewed :conserva--lhc tour provisional directors of the! lion work there, and said tbo fires Farmers' Bank will have to go to a "facuirer Of j.vis x- cost destroying a forcsi, jurv for u.ia! Tlu. four al-c John man'tV area of acres. Thiriy-Iouc Ferguson, Alex. Frascr, A. C. Lowes fires were caused by railways. Thc cost oi extinguishing was Si.OOO.OOO. 0. -I. Hall, Quebec- Forestry Super- intendent, the next.speaker, advocat- Had to Stand on Tabie miilioniirc soap mami- j train Gas been moving oa the dificr- _ The C. P. R. is supposed to have! lines oi this system. Thc tW'-eeatb annual convention' 'of OI- Aboiit been, ..-in Uie city for .the last, tlavs at bia Associated Boards thej-spcnsc of the passuigcis ,to Catmun- Israele gar, Barons and oihei pomli on tbc Carmangay-liranch, on theifi- Nelson, Jan. jias-ribt b'ecn-a traiii suite thc :week. Unnroifcteti withsaov nad a controlling interesc in the A.i pany "lm? brought into service all tl-ei Associated Boards of Trade, o. fences, the'cuts on the hranch it. i. for several years. short SWHt onh, f .The magistrate absolutely refused to see him. He said STUFFS J available snowplows and other ripiiaf- j atus for clearing tne tracks and h.-'.n at work al! the men it has been pos- sible to secure. With the constantly recurring snow storms and the wind the railway officials'are in no posi-: British "Columbia- closed its filled with drifting sno il !arSc gang of. men ha.c sessions at. Creston having done "an enonno-js aincunt or inijorL-int busv the last '-two da-'.s clearing thr- Among resolutions .adopted was one Roisland on the.nrovia- to try them. :m-y V.L-.U lhat this WLS his allcmlll at t rr -nf ,n.wilh having conspired and agreed to addccssins a of farmers, cd the erect-ion into a reserve of all unlawfully obtain from the funds of Hjs first was -m abou' six mountainous lands carrying 50 per-' thc Farrters, llallk tho slun.of cent acreanle soil, be Her 000. They pleaded not guilty. The afiout flh000 farmm in lookout stations, regulations ior tim- magistrate said hi- would not try the her drives and telephone systems, case, "hc would merely investigate it. where roads scarce. The given up to the posed legislation dealing iores-; n[ A j. _ 1IU itUJtl.ln.iH! UUll- UlU arc non-cmtont OB The case was till'the haVc a ,ook> t.ausrc, ih, aitcmoon session lhc nien will likcly be smv unccrlaintv or fn lhat consmpration 01 pro- 10 jury. The court roomys crow.i -00 Groal I5rilaLn lhih .ion ucanng v. ith lores-. t0 with friends of i i L11L.- Hi nj j l> 1 I LJ.H. 1 i- _T tion to say .when thc lines will bej cial government and the railway com- Cl0ntjitjon of the road clear and regular irafSIc resumed, C., Li-e most strinScnt regula-: 1n vml ,-f fttlt v l'. R. trains are running- as far as from! tions :or the prc-'-enticn of forest'fires live to eight hours late. meii; The Great Mortner.i is way pro1.incial-T-atrcl and rail- following every train track. The train which sFoiild-havc started hei'e on 'iVeilnesJav raorniiiK at S k. did not- pull out to H i as plan- yesterday ing the same diiiicuity as the otiicr roads and though fairly regular in hot sumniLT On the presented by the Inm soon as t'nv sr.ovr pl terms it All CITIZENS TO ATTEND Medicine Hat Board of Trade Will Not Limit to Membership' p (Special to ihc Herald Medicine Hat, Jsn. annual meeting the Board of Trade was Held In the city hall last night nt fcrhlch tne officers for the ensuing year were elected as follows: Hon. .President, Hon. C. R. IfitcbeH: Pre- sident H. L. Tweed, re-elected; First Vice-President, W. Cousins: Second VIce-President, Overpack: Third Vfcc-Presldent. A. P. Burns; treasurer F. G. Forster, re-elected. Keporta were read from the various officers for the year jast. closed aw: fhowed z year trom the stand point of publicity for Medicine Hai results achieved. .financially the board -was in verj feed condition as compared with last year. Hon. C. R. Mitchell was present at tfts neettns and gave a brief address the board en work n; jhe riaKf.. year amJ the the present year. It ('rrincirf at. tho jnccfing: otner ti> hol'l a public monthly to ih board invited. sharcliolilt-rs i.-nc-r incorpora'r i pic a company oi to run tlv -i tninb'is foolish nnil misul possibly end in (iisastcr similar to that borne bv 4 1101 Hie Farmers VETERAN METHODIST DIVINE IS DEAD HaJifa.v. Jan. Rev. Smith, a veteran Methodist minister of. the .Maritime provinces, died iu Halifax this evening. He was born for ilredaias Arrow son'.s resolution for Hill, itinied las: uiglu ami from] t' t_Q .JV virhlo of arose. that- the fanners did nnt in years ago. smith entered Rev. Mr. but they wnuicd free trade, j A Colossal Sica! next man on the floor was R. K. Coulter, wiio up by sayine PI November. Should iho! over ;ho .'vJississii.pi Vallfy to- i treaiy Have this cflcct. the demands i Wlth (il-" tc-nipcrarun- ration; ivootcnay. PO voiced by tho larra-1 TVculiar atmo.-thifirc-' lers in havc been a! least j are tatisi.ifr the experiuienul farms M; ilic place of partially suiisliefi. Vear by yrjir" thel of ihc United States is! Jlr.csn nnnoyance. to Chicago were A sor> and grandson are in the min- isrry of thc cburc'n.- ;he' ..i colossal latter Kcv. Mr. Baker oi Toronto. FRANCE IS INTERESTED jof io pick tlu- C'f ;ihe taxpnyrrf, of Albi-na. JIc char- C.I'.II. C.X.K. and 'nn ihn r.pv s in lirr pro- vided siio to pay for and also the C.madiun it to carrv on Paris, -Ian. opinion is as ilu- thriv graces of t.'anndn greatiy with iiol-an.d's pro-! in a srnsr. and 'dii to I-'liishlnsr. bc-ca'iso- ;iu- niinislrrs o? tlic gr.sprl imd interpret, the as indicating j {heir eyes and cars lo crimr tne intemion of Netherlands corruption on tftroxv in her lot witli NJO Trinlr Hn Oi their conciv- j. WHOSE BAND WAGON WiLU YOU R5OE IN iiance in !.be event of an AngloFrench conilic" page coniesi aie making a r-ircm mco for the twelve valuable wiiu'i Kach candidate j if. you ride in my band Jan. Right Hen.' advance the work of thc Church cf'. V AM it is i WANT A MONUMENT FOR BRAVE Toronto, .jjtri. i- fior; upc-i noy !ri that tiio Jii-'ih of rlu.- Hairio o; ton jlriaius bv iv.r.i'kcil ItOIl Of !1 RluTT.Jrilr-'Iti in :MOIi iironxo r.rar ilu- i.-tiriianurnt ;is ;i l.isitnc IIKP.IO: io! ;o i-'ro 3 COMMSSSiON PL'-.N FOR COUNTY Success o.r Ksr.sns Ciiy. Kan.. This Form of Government. Caus- es its Extension Kansas City. ?.jo.. K-> c.iiiso the form or ixati.. co'iniy coriirfii of wmu. Kan., have ta! into A Prosperous Farmer was Found With. His Throat Cut t'ardstcn. Jan. Lcdii. inniior of suicided by His ihroat r.fnr the farm of Jose'.i'i il. Klibori Aetna. Ho living nnrier iho bridco crossir.s throat from rar i to oar. ".nd tho with vvbi'jh hr dor.e if. in hi." hand, lie I to the J'i.vksrniih he diod. of o'.'-c o? rbcm. K bo cv.- form simplify '.lit rnn< h rouniv affairs. tlio BISHOP GR1SDALE WANTS TG RETIREi? n ncc. llo ".ic- TO c Bishop of Qu'Appclic inii- to ths cxrciitive or t'n; diocese s desire to at an a: Bishop wss electee! to his tiici present for the England the iargc area tlic diocese. Two years 390 in view ofi V his advancing years, a ccadjiKor bisV- v op wflc Appointed