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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VII. LKTIIHKIDGE, ALBEKTA. SATUHDAY, JAXUAKY 21, UH! K1VE CENTS Nl'MHKU HEATHER .ethbridge Scotchmen Paid Due Honor lo Memory of Rabbie Burns 1759-1914 IE HERO OF IHE ihe .Us Another hero turs: the public gaze in ihe Jyinn hours 1 U. K A. ccfiivtntioii yeiieiday. lie was a fariiKT wiio doesn't waul ibe iu lOiurcl Un-ir i natural redo'irte.-. llo was only one. Tho HtraW tri'Ml to thp to if te was (ho sair.u he. who on the uficrnooti previous. laJ gafjic-d FORO-AH for hioi- liy Lc-lnR llio only farmer of free trade In tstih the LT. 8, but wjUiuiL The following resolution nffurUcd tlie in iiucsiion iris 5ons of Scolia Celebrate 155lh Anniversary of Great Poet's Birlli 'All hail my inspired bard! Iu me tliy native ruiu-e regard! N'or tontier tby fate as haid, Thus (icurly I (.-oiiic tn give thciK stu-Ji ro'-vui''! AB we A nicbt wi' Burns .1 guid Scotcli (a second and a fur it Srotch n-el lo follow. Tlmt was ULC way tht dc forlljcJ the order of ilie turning at i iie aniiiiiil Burns anniversary hoi1 last nJpht in the K. I'. uudoi the auHpices of i City I'lpe Jtand. which Pipe Major Horn Uio dtnxt n-st of tho race present: unity to wltti MoviJ by IHdsbury Union No. the Dominion Govoruuient d our natural iwources Jron; us In o'Jr western provinces: Thcc-fore j be U rcsohtJ, thai we ik-nrjnd that tiie Dominion Gnu-rumem nun our I oturul rosoum-s over io our provincial Kovcrniiieius." j 'fl.c. motion iLirric-J -almost. A total iiount uf '.wo against free trade and provincial conUul ui Natural resources ECU record for the convention. irarmers Ba.ked at any rurtiier Legislation HS 3 I Remedy WOULD BE SENATOR BEATTlE OtEuvui. Jan. Forty C'nti- ir.ohiljt-r? of die House of CoKiinor.s waited CLOSING DAY Farmers1 Pass Appropriate Re- solutions and Leave for Home on Special IHE IMG Large Number o f Important Questions Were Dealt With oh i'riday The Farmers' Pass Resolutions Favoring Fine on Bartender for Selling Indirect ar.d wide will gc the farmers' The closing horns of tie greatest 01 lanncrs iu the Ami H was -A air-tit one oi date, fraught bj. Union iif the most enjoy.iblo over held in experieuies llitil iviH not soon 1 cthbridgL1, and tinjy'vu fnrgoUen. After the motion to llieni for over 2-J >ears now. Kvery- jay liic table the remaining few was complete, from the liayMa, resolutions regarded as far too im- f of the ir.oliou will mean Wfallu rejliziug Ike ir.ftaeo of nov- IOUB wee tie in AJIierta. partJcuijrly in !ho southern port ton, L'r.iUJ Far- mers of at t-it-ir Oozing ses- sion on Friday' aftc-rucon talked at passing a resolution that more rfras tic steps lm taken by the provincial government to eradicate the nuUance. Two resolutions to ibat effect were turned dovrn, the majority of opinion belcg that an educative ranpaign shoiiltl be instituted, rather tiian thnt legal strictures should be resorted to at present It was decided that the government, was fully of ttoe I'reiiiier ;ii'.iJ ur of Major M.I', for 10 putc fate y'putttor I'os. ive Aiuiiniils will hi- Sjioiil Drvt'lopiii" (he Holdings ol' (he Company Around To Jiiiild up lii'iidy-Miulc Fsii'ius I'olic Vast 'Hlgi: y and liny Sluck lor the Scltlors. .j. .j. OTUR COULD II BE 1DJP Mr. Meighen Refused to Talk About Free Implements and Wheat V tji.t'. .i.iii ullowd to tlie Depai -iral Kivinrcts U.- I'acifi-- Kaihvaj thai ihe juizuiioM auj land fttik-nieni V iLis rorHj-unv. b on In tfio visor. prepjritii; Kiy fanr.F. for improvements 10'.- farms i: K the. directors of Hie U. V. A. el- :ilD prajing for the enactment of ectefl f0r jp14i have lirne for "Anti-Trcating Act." The result j farming "operations during thy ensuing decided year, It will be '-'in-between-times." l.'orne into baftyunt hall by four jjorlant fo lie aclrd upon in .w Kt-ots, aidrtt and hasty Major Horn who skirled fiin piiiM lo FCl ihe LIuoil u-dniif-iujj iu tue heart every banriueller present, lu UJG which roiuptcleJ the function, tho latter being of true Scotch nature tip reetB ,iml siohlike. One hundred and fifty guests sal around the banquet board, with Mayor viclon j'or temperance, and the man- by Pipe iiuimcr, there was a great in which it was passed rould their o relief. 'Flic farmers npvpr h'll in thp hir- no possible doubt as to. js ti.t> in in iiuu in inw f 11._ vest field or hrliiml the plow, "to put smccnli. tiicrasflves on record ns ilcmar.ding S' S teS -orlea it) the ch.ers ,tat "almost" unanimous vote, usual lo: and tiring, but talldln5 hail hccti fruitful as Wll. Fa- the dissenting voice was howled int WJUfam Unucao LivlneMbtic Jlardie tisuc and gratification of acconipllsh- nas' h ti the ti r.r fin .ahp iu ciaco the nf tuc '.an.c Iu siace tne with Irijf: flucl proiicr Scotch (tlgiilty. "the jilners in their brighl 'ifcrUins ami kilts lent furtltur.color to 1hc occasion, while the hanquet itself vas of rvsi Sujkli anrcsiry jrom lallio siiiii to tapiiitnricti. polU-y of e caivle-l under tl'.o loan laiins nht-tne. [or iirovidius livestot-k in eeltlc-rj 0. R. ,nd for the i.I I'. It. and livestock The irrigation projects on the irritation Moc-k fast C'altary ?nd a: Lelh- be S'-iras are also aUotteii for the tie and llniher branches anJ for the coUienen at Jlos-ne: and l.ethbridge. on cajrlst accnnnt anrionnt (o liiese do cos Include large sums far lanu brauchp-. edv. or the apei- atiny exjicnditure ai L'.ie co'.lierits and a1, the tie and lumber mills. Souliiorn ;Alberla irrigation i Ti-e of Taber ilUtrlc: ladt year asked the department io :iUkc at. itrlgation project. were promised that If tbey co'.ild get enough farmers to agree to take water, the ccmpaur would seriously consider request. It is under- Ollan-a, Jan. interesting preliminary to the debate on lie ad- dress in the Commons was a state- ment made hy Mont- who has given notice of hi5 in- tentiorj io introduce a bill to projects be important in the his- tory of development in ttiii; iiatt of iiu province in (he >ear is tlio opinion of those who are close to the C. P. U. department of natural re- sources and sicce J. S. Dennis, vice- president of the company, ID charge of the, natural roEources bruncX suc- ceeded obtaining frotn Kir Tbonias Hie appropriation for stood they succoeJed In con- irrieatton extension asked for to car- tuts year's iT the 19U program already map- tliat wort. vincing tlie C. F. H. that a ful project could he lauuched In thetr tommunliy. and H is likely part of tuts year's appropriations will go to pcd DILI, there he activity in the Letbbridge Ian introducing t'le Highways Mr. LaFortunc. of Moncalm. nioveJ HP anJ on Kcbniary H'.th they will have delegates In thu .I.tshor Temple here rage, believed by HIE police to' have Campbell, weni calinly to his the_ adjoutnment ol the debate.'n-hieh been the sc.ifiolii carrier! out liy militant, simra- gcttfs, today deslroycf] the extensive jaji this nitty, for the murder oi conscrvaiory In Ihe fiUsRow Bolan- u M ri dwp lliadc at cal (Jarrlcns, as the .Kibble b. Palace. The great glass roofs and 8 o'cl Kllis did his iask employed In the buiWlng trade sidcw oi the structure were blown lo expcditiouily and ifn nnnutos later in laid clown their pieces. Many valtinMf tools for the weeV.-cnd liolidny 'll today, and deolnred they A rarclaiicr succeeded in severing not resume- work until the fuse, oi a second boi.ih just before _, plants were special jury had ileclarfd the mur- I dcret dead and the ends ft Justice sat- Horn Jolin Xnlsmlth, and a recitation hy II.' IVoblcs, ali of yrcatly appreciated, bt- Ing particularly appropriate tfi llic occasion. ttie employers withdrew their demand for the "opcn-sSiop" Tho employers yes- terday threatrned tho men Tvilh n loek-out until tho men signed an to work without question with non-union men. The union lead- ers rcfuEuJ to with Hie employ era' and re- plied with tho threat of an im- mediate strike. jn the first- or.e exploded. He narrowly tscapeil fatal injury Irrin the flying T The hanging took place in tho jail ard and was lite Jlcst or.e at the will be resinned on Monday. PEOPLE 10 splinters of metal and glass. Koofprints and remains ol found in 'the hushes near the conser- vatory Indicate that- the perpetrators had hiildcn tor some lime awaiting an opportunity to set the fuse ol Ihe bomhs. STEAMSHIP WAR RESULTS IN GILDED CABINS FOR STEER- AGE PASSENGERS tbis-yeai is likely ift affair according (lie occasion. The convention ;o he a rather tai LO officials of tbe union. There arc no outstanding mailers to discuss, and during tho past year" most of scraps have bsen settled by elections. There will be new faces in the pnjs- iilent's and vice-president's places this President Sinitb ar.d Vice-pres- ident Graham will lake the paces of Clem Stubbs and J. 0. juiica nt down niul out as a res'alt ol a Social- istic fight. President rfmilli and Cur- U-r arc ai jircsent in Indianapolis ni- tendins the annual convent in i: of TntciiiEttloal 1T. M. W. of A. Tho convention next year will, liotv- ever, make up for what may be lack- ing in sensation this year. Tbe aereeuient between thr? miners and operators.expires in March 31 next rear, anil It will bu for the convpn- 150 public schools will-spend ibout- this" year. That is. ah ijjproximalc estimate. Tim school board held a special meetiug yesterday altertioon al the request- of the city cour.cil for the pmjiosc ol considering the estimates ior the year. It is rather unusual.In eonsidcr" them until June, hut this year the council, in order to Ircat with Uie city bankers, asked that an approximate estimate be furnished early. Last vear li-e schools asked for from the Hlr. This left A surplus at- the end nf the year, h-jt" owing to the decrease in the govern- ment grant for I9J4 and the increas- ed expenses of school operation the board decided to he safe, and put the approximated estimates at aho'-it fo roiue (ton; ihe city. London, .lan. Uavid' Gill. ,'died today in "tlon'ln of that year lo do- llic cide whether tlio asreemcbt be j Eevt-nly-firat year. oiitinned or nol. 10 ME MUM new prison. It vas wiUjCised by up- food wards of people. Nine of these were nun, ten oth- ers, iiicri itiight have been nffic- Urcmcri, ials, anii tlic others constables and trans-Atlantic itawpnscr rate SnSrfer'H' .I1, (he tmiliJinK. Kaiser Willidin Her (irossf- I-'athcr OaR.r.iii. (hr prison ai the "xflnsivp 'lis- li-liaplain, srrn! the niglii willi Camp- pnsiai n( strclaftC 'bell anJ remaiMcl with him to tlic Tliinl fiiros will entitle last. The spectators kept on this ship io ihu snme from tic death cell, and saw accowmortations, Kalonns, anil Rpcrd only when he appeared on the aj ato proviiicil (or first class p.iss- 3lr David was one of tho most ivide- i ly-known of scientists. He a for- inor president of the Klitish ELLIS AN ALDERDMArt jti0n. anil lielfl scientlfc posittons-in Ottawa. .Ian. Kllis. i many -He was a inem- who "as dcfeateil by Tflylor JfcVeEly of Home, SI. Petersburg, fieilin. for the ibier iriagislraev, was elecieil AinsUrdam, Ktockholin; and a alderman for t'untral in a ponding niember of several Aineiknn i- Academies and tbe Krenoh by Kins VMwanl in Mo., Jan. 24. Motors' Ca.npbfll came out with a firm j..-., blew upon the vault in thv Farmers' ttVp, and in ;i moment- Kathrr Oar- Hank here toilay anrl escaped ivith icau had given him a cross to kfcs. DISTINGUISHED ,MEN E8 COST THE BIER TO LAST RESTING PLACE ....._ mostly silver. So miietly did The bladc'eap was then placfd Innilnti, Jan. are work ttlat- thc "as. not, liis head, Ihc r.oosc adjusted and the completed for Ibe ot Ulr London, Jan. circular dealing 'llscovercd imill the bank was opened 1iap sprung. Lord KtralUona r.n Monday. The witli fir.ancfal situation in Mexico (c'r lllc business o: the day. [n nvc'niinulcj; Campliell was de- pall bearers will br, Marquis o( I.ans. was sent out today lo mcnibcis YEAH WITH R.N.W.M.P. clarcd dead and. body cut down. After the event Hangman Bllis stated (hat ;ist before he adjusted the blacfc cap, Campbell asfceil if be- OtlJiwa. Jan. Mount- ed Police annual report bay been tabled. There aro S5 of- ficers and Hon-comiuia- sloned and eor.stRUles: were dealt witl: o'elocV arid at dicr and Mrs. Hunter having spent three services tomorrow, Brigadier and Mrs. Hunter will cond'ict the grand opening bombardment of tiie Siege of l.ethbridge. Programs and imitation cards, as svell fts siege mot-, toa have been distributed all over, the city and it is hoped everyone will realize Ihc Importance of tbese ser- vices and tbat fciery person will make n point of attending otic or other ef Kail of Aberdeen, III. Hon. the London Chamhcr of Comment TO CENSURE THE GOVERNOR 1 wvis llarrrjcrl. Kir Wlliani Osier, members arc aslicd lo express Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. -l.-oov. t' Kicilh ui Aljcrilcen fnivcr- their views, "as lu ivhctlicr Orcal trnor M- Aramons of- Co.orado (IriliiUi, senctarv commissioner's oi- lion wilh I'ranre'and 'dcrmauy' lo I" tho International convoulioii of the, ca'ptain l.andrlaidt, the. Premier. Ahquith will rcnrcsenl ask' I'resHont Wllfuii to lute some. United Mlna Workers of America by.: governor ol the jail, and when he. increased considerably. success. HIP Kovcrnnie'ni and I'rinre Arthur, action to regularize financial pn- the union at Oak Creek, Colo. Action .Kllis tvnil ahead wilh I Tho services the llikc of Connaught. (sitlon ol Mexico." on tho resolution was task.; S-.v