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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta V 'J Voliuiw IV. Altai. Thursday, January 20. Cardston Loses a Foremost Citizen SIR CHARLES DILKE HAS PASSED AWAY SCANDAL DID KNOCK HOME MISS EDITH HARKER WINS HERALD'S HIS CAREER RULE ON THE INJURY HEAD Death of Sir Charles Dilkej Orangemen of Toronto a Noted English Man of Affairs Have No Sympathy With Policy McLAUCHUN-BUlCK AUTOMOBILE iMiss Olive Davies takes the Cash Prize-D, W. Coulter Falls Heir to the Fairmont Lots-Alice Sparks Captures Bouncer and Outfit Former Mine Superintendent Peat COKE AND UIMBER ONtHE FREE ift i Privatt Sir W today. Inum-a s lic-iiri faJhirt-, e in fin cnfHM roronio. stroiif. against hmw; rule for .is feature of laM night of (hi; Oraiigf London. Jas. M. Dtlko uu-u MIS i COUtttUOd it rain or i campaign hnvlni! affected? ,ulion dm w-cnt lo'Uit south' or to rciarelns lu-i StUitrdey. uft-.-r rraiMii.i- IIOHU- took to hir VUH boru in rcsolu- Ireland meet The an mean Our di-smrrjiberniriit ot the empire -jntl So P.v.lrsianl t'lst.'r, which of IMMn division of in lit rtosnuui foreign a linin lor out divorce the oifiCM in M> for civil and s Itbrrty. of the f to In-, fn-ni to Premier As-[ opposition, Hon. .1..J. Half our, and j it to ihr MaMcr the Orange s{ ior KiiRl-tttil, Ireland and Scot-S tnr; Jar.'I. JUDGES' REP6RT OF THE WINDERS VVc, carefully counting the ballots in The Herald's 'Voting Content, fiful tlie to be the wimiere: FIRST PRIZE McLAUGHLIN-BUICK AUTOMOBILE Wire Received In Winnipeg to ThVt Duty on Agricultural Implements Slightly Reduced 52 o! UU K-ithfr- in and tw Sir marrjrii Krancou, IOC Khtcf iv( StrotiR and Mark rector ot roift Ii dir thn? scandal mnt; in tftc or JONCE LIVED I INLETHBRIDGE Miss Edith Harker. District No. 3 SECOND GRAND PRIZE CHOICE OF EUROPEAN TOUR OR Mils Olivft Davies. District No. THIRD GRAND PRIZE BUILDING LOTS IN FAIRMONT latrnli-ri lujaz K> sir tnroatnout nic- trie o? ruouirr- r.J s W on Ot'.l. I wi. NEW OFFICIALS NAMED IN ONTARIO of Former tendent'of the Diamond Coal Co. llr UlM, Jau, 'wnrr mS'Jr by ('.o ila) jo fo {far. of .Mr. F. Sjtlncy Tlw Herald It-Arc til o{ tns -atli of J'itutott, I 'a soiucr wccrC o of K. K. formerly su-j tf ihc liijji'.oful COal Co., io in minicr; rirtk-s. aclix'c Uapti.st. Mr. in rninine for K. f. anpoiHlcU Co'Jfl. Clerk, of ih: llPglftTttr r in for o' Pirih. f.-riv-f-r Kveivtr.ir wax Uu- c; or ilfii'h i. of in mini53; nn-l I Albr.-t.i was i-ng.ic- with in Pcnnsvlvani.i iir.d had a niininc inspector for state. In to Coir- a- prntra! of the Intrr- n n.nional ,V Co., and in foiiui-ftctl with the Di.snior.f! In I'.JoS iif rpturn- ii'd tit ami opened an of- 1 .is tr.ininc TO INTEREST CAPITAL D. W. Coulter, District No. 3 Mrs. A. E. Humphries Campbell Aird Madams E. Norman Miss Agnes Oovvsett Gco. E. PeMctier Miss Elizabeth McDonald D. L. Kimfaall Miss Kathleen Farrct DUTY ON COAL IS CUT Ml Winners in Division A. DISTRJCT NO. 1 VACATION TRIP OR PURSE OF GOLD DISTRICT VACATl'ON TRIP Off OF GOLD in Division B. DISTRICT NO. 3 VACATION TRIP OR S25.00 FURSE OF GOLD DISTRICT NO 4 VACATION TRIP OR PURSE OF GOLD Winner of Shetland Tony. Harness ai Alice Sparks 199.545 609.330 Winnipeg, Jan; privciic wire mdicatc that; lumber. ley and potatoes are placed .OIL reciprocity coal 53 to 45 per cent, and that duties-.on leapeTsV andmcAvers are reduced from 17 to lo'pei: trouble up.to.5 o'clock ing, yiuister'of prevented thi'-Htraid .getting1, off i- 1 made in the Commons; ibis cial details of the jf they- o'clock; although 'if arrive ;beforc edition vvjll fae ssued. No Leak at-Waaiiingtori Montreal, 2 Star "special from.Washington this OIL the of the ignorance, of will be made-public', this afternoon, is as profound as: ever. Certainly Air. Knox has kept Ms word to' Mr. Field- ing as .tor allowing-'any authoritative, hints of the ternis of Hhe'.pact to get abroad, n cuy ton.ght reports ot a goodly number'of ests who wo.uld give their to know what the next twenty-four hours .will bring .forth. By tonight they will bfi Ffelding niav li'tile-before "that the .Hoase promises to as members large and the .galleries "Till -be- cf ed a.thrqhg ansious tb.'.Seari Fielding'-.has "j N. B. Good, C. R. parlaon. A. 11. J. F. Simpson, (ieorge IVIacleod, E. A. Cunningham, there-'as" rt matter "of while others, including a manufacturers who are in' v.-ill be eager to how nient is likely to affect tbelr.busineks Interests. This iai ing Tvho" arrived In the south last night, in council.and imparted to details of the agreement; -Tirhicli at_- took: ministers tie deliberations it is no possibility of tails leaking out before fnlnister, speaks-as Fielding aad ihe body else doing it For there is no doubt that somebody Is going1 to gtit pinched. The reciprocity agreement as finally reached is going to mean something and you cannot do much iif the way of altering a-isriff jton entered into irsolemri treauihs on somebody's toes. -ipact not co revaal anything -till r- .'All Agog at Ottawa Ottawa. Jan. Capiiol. is today over the.announcement iw to the result of negotiations for. reel- procity IN KooTENAY, Millions of Votes and Huhclreds of New Subscriptions Resulted from Great AtiaoK, .J.'ID. Aylmer lefi; Circulation Contest-Herald Thanks the Candidates and KING OUF.EN TO lor '.o i enterprises. casi. Jio en-! rapita] in Koolvnay j will spent! njost of] TORONTO TO FLOAT A LOAN luronto, .tun. oi xviu sliortty :i Joan o! t> Juinion dollars to Ui-- ttir- Iiydrof so inr S Fp'.'nt tnp system WURIII city limits, rns? v.-a.s soniveJ i-y r-.vp yrars ago the city ro u-r ihc- ififr system. JCAN'T MAKE PAPER SHUT UP The "bailie, oi ballots'' has victor and alike tiaiisiiecU In every respect it lias the Supporters of the Candidates What the Candidates Gained mark in its circulation {or the ronirs'.ani crainpil a rare and daily, and adried many hundreds of Ln conducting a: ncvr readers for ihc WorkJy Herald. jbrcn r-vtraordinary conAkl. Kvcryono campaign. Patrons of The The Herald is cratcfu! to the public iNo Law in England to! Stop "John Bull" Libel- liner Canada sofnelhing. j Herald to witness Tlir (ic'aileil report above most competition and to that candidates rcniaine-.i i waiierl on by aspiring candidates in tiif contest to FOP the cxcvlk-nl- quality. And The Herald 1 Trcii of lhi> nnmbpr hcin.c in iho main nc-wspapor, by trie co-ordina'o cam- and eleven of this number'paigning oi loyiil patrons and si riving won nxu'.ar nii.'rs. The. awards of i font extant.s. lias safely passed, the four of ihc cloven .-ade agreement recenUy :K- ai 'Vashingron.' Messrs f-iM- afternoon and there is BO this arrangement being It siated this agreement opens market to vegetable growers, rsx-- ample placed on WATERTON LAKES PROMOTOR DEAD SJG DRY DOCK FOR AMHSRBTBURs' WHALE FIGHTS SHIP AND DIESi! :lar winners will increased. ITcralrl hnlicvjnc hh.it these candidates to! sprcial rccn.cnitiiiti for their pood S.i.sk.iiouii. .Ian. work. Six of tlie in tbd iV.crc is a in HIP criminal codr mn'n ronlfsi. wl-.ose names iio not oi u.wid rfirctiwlly pro' in amonp ihr winners of thr vidr for prost.riitioii in. such cases rnrular will rewarded a-> I hi n-sraniing the Ca-i to ihr anirnin; of in ".lohn Hull1' T5lis to malign ihis c.i Ulividiials r.ie law in if.n so lone iMoiird is Ol UrlMnR, ,ian. a 1 t.-.orc or piatw UamajeJ in a figiit wi'h j in received, 'Sales, apparotuly no rfToii! to maTr stood, without j i In ;hr pony division of the ron'esl.i all the taitdiiiau-s i-xcopt the winner j of the puny ant! outfit will rcceivr. LODGE GOING TO QUIT THE SENATE Trade from cents on dollar's wonh of -ripiioi! srcnrtvi. In Mour.t Vernon into rne jlhf tlie havinc up n; ranginc iroin to seveBty-rve feet ions. Ai-' bcr with Mr. Smith. Tu hi> x-vill he awardwl oxtra prizes r; it i 'irst- letter lir Ihc oT valiir [ronv up. thpsoa iti tnil.and roadins; the would d., i k MJ? hoat jusf ncJow wiuTc stooil' no good in anyway, ar.d ih.i'. Thr roreo or tf.o Now! ".lohn is riot rvra rremenflow and the henry i Siamlard jouniaN i hnrhtert. With nrj The verdict in of blov.- the leviathan was hv.rlvl; Kc us i Hi-fi hrough! in .iTtr-filior; I j to wliit-Ii as ;IuI ihr Ilcralri th IPSJ ?ii? siairrnvnl TV.TJ (he con- lir.os. K anrt 01 tplk Worcester. Mass., Jan. The Worcester Evening Post prints the following despatch trom its Washington correspond- ent: "Tne Worcester Evening Press may state on what is re- garded as vs.-y best authority, t'nat Unitsd States Senator Henry Cabot l-odgc, recently re-clcctcd. and as he himself believed, vindi- cated before the shortly wilt resign his seat and accept appointment from Presidr-it Taft as ambassador-to a for tiie Jntlnlgohcc and generosity with iie which the contestants, have been sun- of.porlcd. Already srvcra! contestants jhavr written letters for publiradon j expressing their appreciation. Thr candidates who persevered the iast dav 3Ui j Ivotrs. not counting thosrr who entered jat fliffnren; .stages, and fur of the.ir own. dropped out of the ranks 'aHogcHuT. However. thf numhcr i entered this contest ;ind did noi, :stay iV) to si-c the finish was remark-' jahly r-niali. The equitable division Of i i thr dis'ricJs and proves so ai- LMcliv? thnt nil the randirivttr-s who i-'txnjrt-d siart ?t all. heinp e-'i in advance fair treatment, re- in tiie ;rarne. tliey are now -mighiy glad ;hnt ihey did. The Her- ,niri's n-ethod treating candidates jniay nol tlio usual contest [Iiui. then, TSie in do- ins some things the j workers who did not win regular proves that Mvrald cwkAVors to live ur> 1o tin-- Uiudsor. Jan. are iu process or formation which'are'ex- pecied to reacii conapleiion with in A snort time calling for eonstruc-: ________ Uon of a Dig dock at Aniherstburi XV" wit'Q a shipyard in. addition. W. O. Lee Who Boosted esurasics place tht. j cost at aDout a quarter ot a It as a Summer Resort i aouars Tile pjans of tbe nearly all or whom, arc Canadians, Victim of Paralysis witb a w- J yacity in wnich the largest Canadian iSpeeinl to the llonild) j hotioins now oper-atiap on c-ardr.ton, .ran. o. Lee-, one! coulrt be receivetl. or our Jnading citizens and well known I__________________ on account oC his connection with tlie: CAHOON RE-ELECTED camp, died this morn-1 Cansstoa. .jnn. C. Cannon. ing after a few days' Hlnesg. .He hacJ; wno wan elected in December to the a stroke of paralysis. .Mr. Lee nns' town .'council and tien Jinseated on a rcPMent liury for some oichtj account of some slight irregularity, years and at the tune of his dest.it i was elected by acciamaUon chairman ol the school board.- day to Till tne vacancy. He was-, engaged Jn the livery 1 imncrtaking- iMismess and had the con-i tract for parrying tlie mails to pbims: '-vest or iicrc. lie conducted the, "tented viifr.se" at :.he lakes' (jvcry He was a native of i.tnli :mrl lenvrs -T vile and ten chil-; oreii. FOR TO] WANT TO CUT OFF MORE LICENSES ixingsioa, Jp.n. will ask the council for a fur- T reduction oT hotel licenses in i Toronto, Jan. Dominion Bank has bought the James b-jiltiias inc. northeost corner of King and Vonsrc streets and vrill erect a. Js.rge bank and office b'ailuing. P-uildhig The Court The countsr.g Ol" vou-5: wa> cx- ;citing: .Many of the candidates were on thr from the 'onlside dislrict cnmpariiic shvers aud issinnc votes orcu- pjgv Hi secureo1 a reduction or .Mnicoim WRUS, mro'ier ..i Foloy mwnship. Prirry Sonnd, is ac or IT los-v rcndy sold r.Tir: iv-.-idl-n.a them. Tvt. cinnioyes .iro :UN nt operations will probably not be com- t fi.di IUH morceu for a year or iwo street the southeast Ilia Canadian racsrtc is now preparing to ;orerr a office building stox-1 faced vrith glazed .coita'.. v-ill eost over Sl.OOO.ftoO and wilj be on-.' of tho finest office buildings ,in .iht- !ta ersctl 'months to iwo years ;