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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRJIDGE DAILY VOLUME Vll. LETHBKIDGE, ALHBKTA, TUESDAY, JANUAKY 20, 1911 CENTS Depressing News From Sir James Annual Report of tlie Railway Branch Reveals Some inter- esting Information GUARANTEED LINES List of Lines Which Have Re- ceived Sanction of Execu- tive Council ivliiiuiiioii, Alin.. .imi. an- of tiio HolUflys brauch i Tie of Itailv.'ays am] Tt'lu V-iOih-s !LSS brf-n ;ind cflti- nuich infoj-iiwtloii inlcrcal lo (.'leilors. Ii in as .Vi'twitliBtiindin? (lie drHdfcd rc- whioli took ;daco hi prat- every hranels of Industry In K'nimda the year it in very gratify ins lo bo able- lo report thiit a Fubsiantinl was mado iSiiring ilio lost year to tlio railway wJlenfje of the province. There noro :il the beginnlnf; of the year niies cT rnih iu txlsitnce in ihe province. To ibis jr.lU-aRO, tlie Cntiailian I'aciflc Kaihsay ciddcil 1SS niilc.-. the Canadlaii Xortli- i rn liailway .ifldeJ miles, the ilrand Trunk racific Rnihvay added CAUSED A SCARE ij. JLIU. A -ttLully uK-'i lbnl Kin- -ror U'illkiiii h vmlytU' stroke-, :u-y nu i'l u :i inur.- tho Lend on o. Consols rftit. but soon Toronto. Ont.. Jaji. lO.-ir. bulletin from the lieii' al Hospital, which stated riir Jaen-s Whitney WKS nr.i weaker and hfs utiEatlsfavtoiT ii taken as of, a vt-ry eerk nirn in the cu'jrEC of the Piy- At S.20 Ihls inoiuhi? it was reported that Uie iiatiei.t had Eiicnt an uu sails factory KiKht, slrrpLng only n fV.v hojts. Karly this r.ionilti? the gntvo turn of afTnlrri was r-vldonl to tho attendant iihysicEans. Temperature, respira- tiou aud t-jo general stat? tl'so Premier's healiii aft buto to causo tlio doctors much anxiety. The hjl- Jolin Is by far tbe most sctioua ar.d dtiiressing yet since Sir James -was Btrickon. A t lO.lij the physician 5 Is- "Sir Whitney murh weaker. Condition un satis- factory.'1 Tells HOK it Was Plan- ned to Effect Kralctienko's Escape i mi sini'is in i-Moves Aiiii'iKliuciit Ki'iircHiiii; (iovoi'ii- is to Itclicvc ll-.inl '1'iiiiis PREMIER BORDEN AND THE NAVAL BILL WHAT SPOILED IT t j Prisoner Injuring his Leg Upset Plans for Wild Dash With Automobile Loii'lon. aud Moaut Itoyal. llirt r-j- for Caiutda. ciyinK- Thi- 'in iior: lit- Iiocnn-.f- :il haU'-psst fO'.lr this I.MJ-. Kunlcn Hill Will In- Wilhlu-hl While the i Senate is Chirk .Makes a Strung 1 JMea for Consideration for llii1 West nitli It.e fiic Winnipeg Jan- I ton made a clean brf. jptot of Krafchenko's c lloval Commission, i i II. Hux- the l-'vcrv Mospilal Aid Disbands in Pro- test Against Being Deliber- ately Ignored The 1 at boricly is no and tho Kdmonlon, H'Jiivo- After mer twcnlv years 01 UriUbh Columbia Hallway add- good work, llie sc d 1HG miles; making a tulai at entirely at ilju annual uicet- ,rnbor :.l. of 3017 miles. -n ihf Y In addition to (his 1ms been s> ,t of inlerurban light ing, A. Monday afternoor.. hnan implicated is iii the er'.ls. Kral- f 'v Ichcnko was the originalur of ttr plac, v v v v 0 lUonslablc ,hc chit; l-'iovcr is I lieid was pointfil out tu H'jXUT, in j a bar as Krakhento's guard. He I met him, and sugger.ifd Hage! !ur ;i 'la'.vyer ar.d v.ent to bis oTV.t'e. a few days later "l'ie jot iu a gat (gaining or automatic ic- Can you get mr our." recotered his ironi a pawn- CITY RELIEF OFFICER AT SVINNI- shijp, (rave it and another he got to Hagcl. tiut'reiused it to licid. Later he btcamef'imr.isy brilird j a bo> to steal another from a hard- I uarc store, goi his uvn tiari and' Winnipeg, .Man.. Jan. Xol more Rave this to Iteid after films cfi thf j ii" uf (our.-v. (he Iu to I'rrniicr jitii! Sir; Horde a s.tiil ihe ron-erv.uivf-s -mrU-r. latter cl'.al- i-ouie as an ibe o! a ilivision hy an j tlie .nsd manner of PiCtUosi to thi- Adiluss ill tc from the Tnroiie. enigmatically s-uid ilu- novem- no ff'ilo.vhis: j iiiout concern 1115 itself wnh pros Fin of day. Thf wa? considered in ail it? tie believed the but u-niNorary, ar.d thai PEG MAKES ESTIMATE OF THE UNEMPLOYED Hon. J.D.Reid Said to Have] Insulted Local Conservative i Executive :'We regret to represent to your Royal Highness that in tlie gracious rptsch vdth which- you have met Parliament, it is admitted that business is in a de- pressed condition, yet thiie is no indication on tht part cf yO'jr ad- vistrs cf any to _ take steos towards relieving such not Fprvcd with -will be of iencfil lo farmers In tbe uoil rap'fl of tbcir oHast. nfcht is very wclwme because en Flower _ During jeur just passed win give employment to a number hls part: K'aichenxo was .dies wLote tlie tr.c-, shovelling' on the railroads.'1 produce, miti there is no Uml ;ng permission lo inspect from time i VuMiciU- Commissioner K aland considerable linoeluE will be given to 'to time tlie supplies tliey provided, in thai two thousand, was n lib- ihe construction of theso Hues by tho order tu when supplies in Mght legisla- (were j.eiidcd. They fell that these by the l.esislnture in tlio me often asked ior before they required, "and that some su- was necessary. Alter months of waiting for a ily, they v.-eic practically tlial they had nothing whatever lo do U U to note in rownec- llon with thfj construction o! inilnnys throughout Western t'unada h. the past year lace Elcucnieiit of jaEiway of (he "Western pro- vince attached) that Alberta stcur- id about -U' nc-r v-eiit. of the total rniiway must ruction in Tl'.is is an gnud sliotvhifj, ami :l is that with- out, this of btien Riven in some cases, this cooil result would not been ob- tained. Guaranteed Railway Development JU December :il, 1913, llio I-egibta- furo iiad given 30 v eminent autbnr- ity to "V.r.C.S7 mtlfis of rail- M-fty. Of Mils mUeaRp, however, the Hovtniinent have estuutcil guaran1c( on only L'i'SJ.S miles. As thire is a i-oluteiy no Ii vrorlneo until ttio govcrnmenl. cxe the guarantees. 1 have Ihoiight it adviF.ihle to tlie percentage of vork fOinpTelrd as lo Siiar- eral estimate. As a Matter cif faci, ;he utieinploy- H was at the end ru last month, ivhrn the first STJOW and led to Ihe tardy opening up tie eanips in >Tanitoba and Xew On- is inJerri nothing to in- with (be matter. When added to corniitions of imeraploy- tario. to them into a closet and bang up a blanket over ?tbe doo: to keep Flower from seeinc; let himself itoin the VTJRGOW, po to a slanrt, hire the fnblest taxi, to i-o to Foil- Hougc and then slicli.lhe nun into the driver's ribs. compciliiiK hisii lo iarther- Oui iu the country he was to drop the drive: and take the oi and car- himsell- as fast atltl far as coulil. Kiaiciifnko's ir.jucy spoiled the ib the rumur, a' ,y good sources. The trouble arose'ovf-r the.appoini- inrnt ni n man U) succeed tr.c late Henry Tennanl as collector oi cus- toms at Ooutls. 11 v.-.is thought thai Tennatit, jr., who has, beni as- sistant there for several years, would (he comimssioners appointed {o Ihe hoard, who lias not been a member oi tlir society at all in re- cent >CMIS, the oilicers felt Vcruly that tlicir seivices were in no sense appreciated and lijcy torthvvilh re- signed of I'-i e. Tlie ollkors who were I'rcsi-Ifijt >ir.s. C. K. Cony-" bCMie. Isl Vke-rreaidciit and F. Downer. 2nd Yicc-i'rcsiilont Mi5. A. A. Smith. The secretary-lieasurcr, Mrs- An- drew TiHey. on account of} Ihe part ot the the pressure oi other work. j 'Hie society had on hand ui j irtticii voted lo the flower! .inild, and it was decided to provide ruit for year to ward Airs. C. F. I'.'Conybeare, Mrs. K. Downer, ar.d Mrs. Clarke weto appoinlcfl a coinmitlce lo take charge of the i'jnd in trust. are ab-orinal in this city and it was anticipatcil thpsa condi- lions woiiltl be Gffiravittd O'.vhs to the plan. He was {o an apaiUncnt in the Buriss block, bu! WestTnkc be- came uneasy ar.d him to the storage but he later came t i v.- r 11 r. hacl; to wj.eii: lio way cauahl- .j 01 labor this Son-.f- (he rj( (hc thing of Wr.rl may dcTcIf-p later !a 0, on in the winter, hut the city au- thorities arc r.ol worrying. The very mild wnler las hfcn a great help, to lean purKes when fuel is so big a factor. Price, easterner, ati'l u-itho'.'t even Hit coniniiltef1 protr.slod in he.nl- quartfr-ij hut for their it is, said, they a Ictlcr from Ot- tawa to the effect- thai appointnif wouM fa uiarifi from Ottau-.i ior ko in the rooms against his will, hut ivas ai'raid to lelTthe police. tlie Jiosu'tnl. wht-m It was hullct had fratturod G but it lould no! be locat- ed. c- HUNGER STRIKE t C'algary. JAM. undor flcntenco of death for murdering a hoinMlcailer north oi Bassano, has Rono on a iinnqcr strike v-hiln extrntion. Uo wUl likely lie -J forcibly fert. VtiHrd SUNDAY CARS FOR LONDON j London, Onl., .Jan. Cily j Council last ndopltd li't? agree- ment between tlie city wild Hie- I.on- don SJireet HaiUvnv C'c.. for run-' of Sunday Tho I-robably wilt cairled into pffecl Norlli Aiiiff k'.i ah- next Sunday. thc .crcatpit proportion lie s, u Iota! IN SYRIAN MELEE SEiios-T JaiL -O.-rlri roiv here yt-Hl'-rday in thr Syrian kd forl.iy J-luiw inhjrrts rmigiiited Iroui thf {Kincdniji Hie yrsr of uhoi.i v.enl oifier of -tic nnt) If lo foreipti Snrldrn find will ic. Bcvnral arrests J been of iJK'.flnH. ivliib lo Ails- [rnii.i, ll.-H lo XAilainl lo Hrilisl: Srmlli Africa. 01 the lOi'.OPO lost tn Ihc rmpke, the I'niltil ytalcs socnrcd nt.GCO. ;