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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume IV. Alta... Saturday, Jnuuary, 21 1011.' Number RECIPROCITY TREATY TO BE FIRST ANNOUNCED AT OTTAWA AnAwfulHolacustin Toronto CORRUPTION IN ILLINOIS COUNTY BIG CHANGES IN WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE SPOKEN OF SEE PAGE SEVEN zm LOCAL LADY'S JEWELRY IS TAKEN FIELDING WILL TELL THE COMMONS FIRS Details of the Reciprocity Treaty. .Will be Announced to legislators-Last Meet- ing of the Negotiators, A LETH LADY WAS LINDSAY Will COME Toronto, Jan. special from be made effective in Canada in a man to tbe Telegram this morn ''They are once more holding; rhe last meeting ol the tar- ut series. This time it is declared to be really the lust 'and the Can- adian ministers: expect lo leave Wash ingtoti toiii'Kht for Ottawa with their experts and secretaries. The last twen.iy.-t6m- hours has found the ne- gotiators on both sides considering the question of carrying their bar- gain into effect by legislature action rather than by treaty. This proposal came from the United States and it was made with the full understanding that what ever Hon. W. S. Pi elding agrees to will go through the Cana .parliament as a matter of course Tlie im of secretary Kiiox and the 1'rosident is to avoid the threatening dangers of sending a formal treat> to congress. Ths system suggestet is that of a jo'iit resolution of botl" houses and differs slightly from th concurrent legislation method, a in effect it is the same. Th -Joint resolution solution would be sig ed by the president and could b passed -by either bouse on a straigV majority.- 'The. trade argeement '.wpiil "Mrs. R. A. Wright Has a Distressing Experience en Route to California K. A. Wright, jeweller, last night ier similar to that upw'prorosed here he finance minister or-some other nember of tlie government introduc- ug resolutions after notice to amend Whether or not this I recelved the following telegram from Winnipeg, Jan. J. Lind- say, wanted in Toronto in con- nection witji the Farmers' Bank, has written to a local bank from Chicago, saying he is innocent, and wiil be in Toronto at 3 o'clock Sunday afternon to confront his accusers. OUT ATHER WAS AWAY he tariff act. change in the plans will be made, I -'Irs. Wright, who with her sister Carruthers, was travelling Lo will be known today. In any case Hon. S. Fielding J is determined to keep his bargain tor communication first to. the House of Commons. It is the constitutional procedure and the constitutional pro- cedure is always followed when con- venient. When the Ottawa announce meiu is made the Washington an- nouncement will be if it has not been made before through mis- California points: "J'orliiiml, Ore., Jan. money i stolen on train. Wire us one hun- dred dollars, care of Perkins i i'ortlaml, Oregon, writing." j Immediately on receipt of the grain, 31 ivSVrig'it'wired the necessary j amount. He says that ber-idcs about! PREFERS HIS SYSTEM Rotary Snow Plough Col- lided With Passenger Train Terrible Catastrophe'in; Toronto-Mother and Children Were Burned to Death in Fire in Toronto Toroiuo, Jau. persons! Maggie McAIden, was taken to.'thV met tlicir death and another was! Western hospital, burned about t taken io the Western .Hospital bad- the head and arms. No one.seems North Portal, Jan. Word receiv- ed this mcruing states that a bud wreck occurred on tbe Forial sec- tion of tlie Son line near Macoun. A rotary snowpiow going from Estevanj ly burned as the result oC a fire wDicli destroyed Uie residence of ijerey Brooks, manager of tlie Fair- Dan Co., of. Toronto, at 433 ludum Road, at this morning. the cause of the fire.is :a matter of. uncertainty-it is believed to AVeybuni (o work on the Forward tQ have been dug ro'a fur. branch, had a .rear .end collison with, I m X t i UU IL IJ. i n ki> j i ells Delegation lhat it. No. li05 passenger train which after j Will be Cheaper Than nace The builcUngj a Olivervand City engineer Am- edly being in a. snow drill, "for nouj-s near Ken mare., left North Por- tal at three thirty" this morning, run- ning with the mail car in the rear, with broken This undoutt- undcrstanding. Tlie two parties j of jewelry which-Mrs. -Wright old r-.turued.yesterday afternoon from lhe Uves oE many liave kept faith HO far, in so far as the silent. part is. L'OST LAWSUIT POISONS HIMSELF Toronto, Jan. Mathews, gers. Two jiassenKers in the sleep- and Mrs. Carruthers were wearing Jitlmonton, wfiore they went io er were and-one of the mail they Had over'five'hundred dollaioi UP Health Officer clerks seriously'injured. Two in cash. Among "the jewelry were! some old family heir-looms which .Mr. VV right prizes above money and lem the o a- sewage dismal Lethunfl5e- tlie are' in dilch- Traiu Hal' 'residence of'two storeys and an at- tic, was the one by -G. A. llfcid, tue artist. Mr. Percy lirooKs, the husband and father of four "of the is at present in where he went a few days ago. The fire was discovered by a neighbor, Mr. McTavish, who lives across the road and to the' south, iie was returning from a party and sys- Kett left here immedintely on a spec- to know how she managed to escape'' trom ihe burning bniJdihg. 'I'he' first body was found by.. Lieut. of the fire department, in the bath room. He the deputy chief, entered the house the fire" was still, a t4 its height'and secured this body. .Shortly after, they had got it out, the stairs '.co'r lapsed. The second body, which is believed to be that of oldest boy. fell .with the stairs and wjis discovered just inside the front door. After, this the'firemen had.to work from the ladders. On the north.: side of the attic were found: the. bod: ies of the mother'and the remaining children. The woman was burned.so as to be unrecognizable, J suggested by the san-j ial for the scene.of the wreck. The Killed are noticed the blaze and turned in nn alarm. The victims are: 'Mrs. Percy Brooks he is hoping that they .were I and three children. Percy, aged and Greentailzi. will likely die. FEAR STEAMSHIP RATE WAR Berlin, Jan. news- despatch from Hamburg represents shipping cir- cles -there as alarmed over the pros pects of differences beuveen the Can- adian Pacific and other English lines affecting -adversely trans-Atlantic ship- ping and perhaps resulting, in a rate war. Cancellation of the Canad- ian Pacific agreement, concerning the Liverpool-Canada traffic would affect all lines as reductions on .passengers rates to Canada would divert traffic from ports oi the United States. JOE CANNON'S IcolUPT COUNTY Likely That About Three Thousand Voters Will be Disfranchised Danville, Ills.. Jan. the grand jury which has been ordered to investigate vote-buying ami selling iu Speaker. Cannon's home country will uncover a nest, of political corruption, was made evident- today by the an- nonncomeht of-a-local attorney, who is to have handled great corrup- tion funds that he expects io go bc-j foro ;he jury and present a book in. j ers Think Dominion which be bns kept- names of all persons wliosc vote he has purchased and amounts paid them. It is believ- ed I'm' appearance oi this man tbe- jury will be. followed by' whole-, __ sale confession oi men wliom be im- piicatcs. and that each will name SPV- number of thc country shareholders m eral others io whom they have sold the Farmers' Hank to ask the, Ot- VJSJUSIIFIE! WANT TO AVOID DOME LIABILITY L. Why re Tells the Easterners About es- tern Canada Aid; Oliver spewing- .to the Her- ald says .that everything, oEt" saT-j jsfactory. had several inter; the mat- ter lias resolved itself into a ciuestionj as to-wliich is the best Ain! .Murray's or .Mr. .Mr. Owens admits the good points of the .Mur- ray system, but believes his own will 1 do the required work thoroughly'and .will also, be cheaper, both of which -advantages he positively guarantee's i n i.n BAR- Delng established by the ring and diamond ring found on her ringer. The body of the Violet was found on the south side of, the attic. The bodies were in the private ambulance ,vtiles, Coroner Johnson was notified, and.ah inquest will he held. KILLED .BV: Montreal, Jan. unidenti- fied n'.cn walking on the Canadian Northern tracks from' Charlemagne ,tb' Point Aux Tremble's were lair. One kiifed other I may die'. The thirdr escaped. TERMS OF TREATY NEXT THURSDAY Temperance People Petition the Government for a Referendum Hramion, Jan. a meeting; oil the Moral and Social Reform Council I belt! las I night and largely attended. Toronto, Jan. ".Vhyte. second vice-president of the Canadian Pacific, was in the city on his private car yesterday eu route from Winni- peg to Montreal. In an interview he Washington, -Kin. Amcri- it was decided to circulate al tni: j said-: can and Canadian reciprocity commisr- churches tomorrow (Sunday) pi'ti-j ''Immigration in the. west is our sioiier? shortly after noon today be- iions for banishing the- bar in the.: greatest asset. The American farm- their session oi their treaty con- province. This referendum petition j if'r a ful1 understanding ami ex- fereuce.. All the: members were pres- be nix-Heated to the D 1 CL L J OI" tllc problem lie has to face cut. also -.Secretary Knox. .They-met" about liic middle of February and itjr Farmers Dank Oharehold-ljs an ideal settler and he is man I behind closed in the state di- asks that the legislature pass an we particularly want. It is absurd partnunt and shortly alter announce- amendment, to the act j say that- then; is any menace in tlui tiient was thai an agreement, abolishing licenses tor :-.ali: of liquor j for practically all of them had betn reache'l. At the conclusion or for consumption on the- premises I become splendid Canadians. Thc pes- of the session-ib-Commissioners join', and that.sudi an amendment be sub-j simist- views of our crop future were ly issued the statement. ir.ittcu in.the form of a referendum to I very far beyond the mark. Then: which v.-as all 'hey coii'd .say in re- must, always (luctuations in the can! tiie iw'i m (heir isiidersiar.ii j BRANDON KEECS NEW OFFICIALS i Brandon, Jail. Mitchell, who has been assistant city treasurer for some time past has resigned and accepted a position with the "Brandon Trust. Co. Thc civic vacancy has not yet been filled. m Ontario .Labor Men Point Out Laws That Should Be P asse CF PAPO hould Relieve Them Toronto, Jan. niovcirrnt started amonp Toronto, Jsn. rep- scntatives of labor presented a Ions list of proposed reforms w> thc pro- vincial government yesterday Their suggestions for legislation included" raising the age limit- for factory chil- dren to 16 sanitary inspection of sweat shop clothing, better heatine; r to Save Lives of ifor factnrics' a'loptiori5 oi sinsle compulsory weckiy payment oi wages. Children, They Froze j abolition of rtinnmg boards and.hand i brakes on streot. cars, heating oi car I O rrxsririitlpR. nrnnpr rnnstrurtion and their ballots. Thc grand jury todav government to relievo them oi clul j vpstibitlcF. proper construrt'on -S. or- inspect ion of electors of -1 'f ap- to save thi- lives thi-ir saft- receptacles- for mechanics, uivui by a ma'oriiy oi" ihost- ,.s t-vo Van .lon caugln saiV guards against pawning ot sto1.- ma.intaincd that they expected tlouble and to have he pL.rfcctiy justified." tific or 'he farniT's'nrosnerity and ing "Thr- have- reached it becomes law. Tbe the prices (lf grain arc no frif n !in understanding, when certain be asncd to fully exr! conditions. There is always ?n opti--, it'imaiS'iies are f.ompleted. will at lio'.li servici'S on Suiuhiy arid to Ifl0i ilii-d iscd that the proposals would be .tak- earliest mom-. Philadelphia. Jar.. got- in its deadly work in tw0 plac- es in the Tenderloin section of tho city today whrri.fifp persons found overcome, four of dyinc John h.-i'oro '.hey could he rescued. Hoyd and Sistor Nellie ami i KILLED ON A RABBIT HUNT ning lati- as first si-ction ni No. 311 the Flyer, last niglif, and inroming A. R. A and were a I. frciRhu train runiiiiig ,-xtra from the Fly.-r, ia-'i stopped their irsia cave him roti-ii to hack tin wisi'i.- that it u'2b aisoui tlic grade or-ci lie inir.-n since Hr.Kcr. of !iu- i-'lyer, bnbics Cardsion, oixrurred last about. from thc yards, lujd no! t'u- bad bis ordi-rs anil 1 o'clock jH.st cast of Thirteenth St. speed and momentum would b.ivi: crossing and opposite the new plan- j a niile farther ing mills and lumber yards of 'lie! The wa-; one vchirh it [Riverside Lumber o. j would appear is iiahU- to oenir -t :mv he by this M'nir- pas.srd thc June- tiiiii. thr Flyer liad nr-' yet icft the yarns. Thi1 nidi' very hut. coin- Kortuna-tely no lives %vere lost and I time, and ua> to both train1', ri- dov.n the tirade Donn- only one man received any injuries, r.-civing cle.iranir orders from yard namely, Raggagcm'tn J. F. Harper, office liere nvcr il...- track ihc .Saskatoon. -Tan. ot a of thc Flyer, who was somewhat bad- depot and Junction. 1 Tlirrc is no I. freidil .Function, and A. II. I. traiiis KI-'V NAVY LEARN ABOUT TREATY lat Sunday hltnt for rahbiis on l.ith has just been by tlie'jy .sliaken up and hniisc-d. Several of the A. II. v in th; city. Tiie cars were thrown off the track north I or hr-krr. up. Thr ;md their cniers :he yr.id oflice nriv niminp; r.r. ;ne njP.in ivjuiKi :n were when removed to a hospi- tal. i. "ha i Ies "iVeir and Sadie Gross- Johnjricnt occurred about U' miles and bv it Herbert. Jones i car of Fh'er was damaged some- Montana Jur.'-tior, by a tvlephtitie irnnt was mortally wounded within what, but kept 'he. rails. Th? Fiver's the -he yard of his brother. They had taken a engine. No. hue of the freight, heard n tram roin- inidiner.t or ino saw hrr head-' Us- .stoppt'ti his' train and rii-iravn; to reverse. He- ins; ur.ab'r- to ;io ?o owinc to UK- crade. hr hi.s fireinan, -T. nir.h as the Flyrr hiJ wit'? tb-- man ven- found overcome in a roorr.i sbot a-r one rabbil without efiect and vcn hundred type lately put on in a longiP? house. Weir was changing rifics tbc young home-j Crow's Nest, had her forepart Mr-.-, cave Conriuctor li.iker. of th? Fiycr whr-r? S.T investigation Ulta-cva, Jan admit that tiic reciprocily ncgorift- l.istirn. -Icsr Machato. I "-'ons have been conducted and T.-.C of ign a flairs, annowticefi trca'v uono o! the H.CTVI ,crs o tno ronreren'V will i today tha; (ayorahir bids from hoih i ov.{ aR {o ils ifi !inown American and ship-bnilrirrsv. "jwcr'M permit reoriiar.u.a- of riavv He added that im i the recent strikes had or.lv irrrpon- are. and niar.u- steader bccan to crawl through un-Uri. while the lichter A. R. i: T. his clearance or.'iers. anJ some mm- jbeir.; by S'ipt. Canirron. derbrush upon a second one. which had gine. Xo. 21 prrtlr smash- later if It the office for min-; The f.i-k not ?lparp.1 'itc oi TWO he was 10.30 this r-.orninc ami for.r In csss v? and the woman The j the rifle went oR and thr bearer thr smash-up far Ccnd't.-.tor E. R Macintosh, oi 5r-rr nieht police are not certain whether it was j collapsed, expiring before he could be [more serious and waf- A. R oi tix- so r'sifitu'ti'es btr? of .ron- torm.3 and 15 to cetecc an? and diccrepsn- g tbe treaty -to at. Ottawa and Wash-'- It i? that tho n.ort- will leave tor O'Jta.xva ;