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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. LETHBR1DGE, ALBERTA, MONDAY, JANUAHY 26. 1911 CKXTS NT James A. Close of Woodstock Will Erect an Up-to- Dale Flanl in the Spring -j WAS A PATRIOT 'Jtl.CkU. (lorniaN.v, .Inn. boniest of (or the i o' ULO Gorman i.avy is left lo WlllUin In v the will of Ik-rr VahMlck. :i ruli-ioUi- sitlft of tills city, who died tasl nigh'.. -i SITE PURCHASED Samples of Product Proves it to be (he Best Produced in Alberta are for ihf UK'M.on here in spring ol a t-Tc'i-sed triL-k itlatit lu lie IniSK ilt Cc A. UlOHC Of Vk'OJilStock. The 1'laut cost hi the iicig-il-orhoctl of to that cf utmost any olhcr Bici- itar coacerii thy.urovmce. Mr. Closi- ufilt-.l Ltiilil.'iiilKC last Minmier, anJ touk wit1: him I'lcs ot thu bricir tiyy round within Hie clly tluiitrf. Tills Luintil ai> j i-ut flint; (o !iis irTe'.'iS'jd brk-k process in liis rastcrn kilns, ami f am [ties re- i-flvcd in city suuus tinift have teen amojisf (he best, if nut (hi; lic-iit. cvf.T from Al- dny. Ncgmlaliui'K tuU-rtd Into at t'.ini time with llm t.1. I'. 1C. detriment Natural Ho sources lor the pmcliaEe df a strip of LC'-lti seres nloiiy llic face uf the old .Marlecd hill. jus.t north ot Urn inr-vcr buifdijis. The .'ibout Hit firtt OE year the deal v.-as closed. Commissioner Tracy lU-s moi ning M-rolc the t-oiLWil on of Mr. Hose asking for a urico on UIQ old Voilers. t-tc.. on the site of Iho old decliii; liijut slaiiou, ivliich may lie used br Llie brick company. Tho i-br hi .the. bought, froia Iho U. 1'- ii for jiresseu uikX viiJ Mr. fa confident IIH will bo alrte to supply the demands of Ibis portion of .South' ITU Alhtrlii. To add funluir to the value of tin; yrcilact nroduccrt. how- ever, it. is hi; niteuttoii to shin in from Crow's XesL 1'sss v. ctnionl itonn whleli v.-ill be crushed, and. add- iu cby to -produce u vtfFy simeiior nimlity ouljiut. Up to Hits tlim: all prefscil brick sr-nt in for building lias t omn from O'.itaiJc inking n Lugo vol'.imr- ot actual casti out of tbo ears. and a baby of fifteen days, and otlier boyf, named Mllracque, one lcy- OI V'toria, M" A- Life Insurance Men I With Fraud in Making 1 iTheir Rclutns WELL KNOWN CAPTAIN AND MRS. TUTTE Local Salvation Army who are commandlnn the the "Siege -of Lelhbridge" (Jraubrootc, U- 11. C Brewstcr, of Vlclcria. Liberal leader of iiitrteen, and the oilier eleven years old. aid, provincial president of tl.e Lih- 1, oral association, anived this af- tcrnoon from Nelson jiiri will meet The ocnrrod through tlie (he thoroughly enjoyed1. Frugal but sf it. After -the Uinner, which served at 6.30, Hie IiEiU was cleired for danc- ing. The Bceue ivas a person inisht have expected to see in a West- ern Canada frontier town 30 years ago. The music was supplied by the, travellers 'own orchestra, with a var- provided by a noblo band of symphony experts, specially trained for the occasion. The feature of the evening was tUe tlco court wblch ivas In continuous session from 6.30 lo 11.30. Tlie cadi was in good form, and enlerer] con- victions in evcrj- case brought boforo him by the hard working "cops." Xo evea the minister, who paid hta fine under protest. Tlnrdln vras ftncd 20c for being elected. Anyone who looted like iluiililc. One ladywa.i heavily mulcted for wearing a dress hearing wirnislakable signs of being T. Eaton Co.'s handiwork. TIio fal gentlemen who looked as if, they had left hard limes behind contributed regularly all evening; P. M. Elton's SERVIA AND ROUMANIA HAD CONCORDAT SIGNED TO TROUNCE ENEMY AND DIVIDE SPOILS explosion of nn oil stove at 6.30 this morning, in a uoiise iielonglng to Narcisse 1'roulx, and occupied by the James Hobln and Simon J.abracque families. Eloliln was iti the act of ligniug the stovo when the slon occurred, and he met vrilh such terriWe bums that ho ran out of the house screarainif. without looking af- ter the members of his family. In a minute the flames had swept the first floor of the- wooden ho-jse, and sur- prised its occupants before they had time to j'Jmp out of bed. rtfmon La- and his wife man aged lo.es- cape with two young children in their arms, ar.d another lad. aged 16, saved htniBcK "by lumping from the upper Etoroy window Into a snowbank te- low, but the other members the un- fortunate wero Eulfocated and cremated before any chance had been given them, n less than two hours, the whole dwellins had been reduced to ashes ami a few carbonated bones were all that could be found of Ihe five ing bodies. Joseph Tlobina" burns are of a fatal nature, and his dealh is also exp'ccteii faptoro the ond of the day. drcss a public nibctirg in tl.c audi- torium in the- cretiHie. THERE IS NOTHING TO SAY Washington, U.C., Jan. In Commerce re port of Us investigation ot the 'i-'rl Railroad system jn resjxmse to, a Senate resolution was seat to Congress today, with a review of the facts saying the F.cnate resolutions" do not rail for of opinion or High Up in ihe Business; Life of Toronto Are Included IN Mil's SI11H Jatl. tnie ijili 11 Ha I u..d against the iO to dtjfnuin' lion v.ilh the Union Life H. 1'oliKian Kvans, Symons, ('eorpc K. Millicbamp anil F. liCr. A second truer bill i United States Auihoi'ities Think; I Period of Decay Has :n Canadian Capitalist and Statesman Receives a Nal- ion's Homage 1 AT WESTMINISTER Impressive Seiv'ce Attended by i Representatives of the Nat- ions of the World U. -laii ZS.-l irloril li-ilav found aeninst II. Pollmau Evatis. ami ..uns Henry Syinons nnilor n similar cliai- accer. Spccificailv. lliR indicnrier.ts slaltd that ijetvveea ti'.e years anil ISM. 'Lhose wbose names were administration" [-ullapsrd. jis 10- Sl'llt I.. Adnnial l-'lt'tclior tu ir.fs at Vcra Crtu kfpp (.Pfn ti.r tc. .Mexit't. Hu- 11. IlioiiFjn.J >cars the hal- rccoril in cl Kng- t't the r.oticns -1 AlilJ-v, fvr is rvrii lar.il tl.r liislw; sprung a voiiyri'saliou cil twiay liriorf the L-ntafalijuc u! Doiialc! Alfxancic: Slililll, filst liaron nicntlor.cj, were chargoil with white point tl'.e j Kir.g (ii-urst anil Qureij Mary, the iy reason of irjisrel'rc-s-lsiiujtjtm in .Mrvico is sUwly Motk-r and tiic Govprrur-Ctn- Ci liie public the values of (lie Iluerta covrrcwrnt is nr.- eral cif (.'arad.i won- carli repres-nlcJ. sliares in eonr.eotior! of Ihis concern i dcr-going a Ji-uay." Tlierc is there atteutol in person thn with tiie LUo. After the names particular tlevrlopnirut o: a frili- ambassadors os ioreign po-.rcrs, bigii of all iour Letn called, the cus-'ra! situatiou in the .Mcsic-aii iicvblni] cominissiinirts ar.J agails-gcncral o! tomary (hrec times by Iho .-ourl ofiic-'or any foreign question, tlic H'.e Oanjhter States of the I-Impirc, ial and no one ansnercd, Mr. ilulford eiplaiueil today, which bis dor-tors iron great teats of learu- Ardagh, arose aiid addressed the court. Vauscd him lo call the senate foreign ing, leaders ni philanthropy, inoiicy 1 will ask your l.or.lEliip to issue a relations romiuiltcc into ronierftte. bench warrant for these qnoted the lawyer, Mr. Justice Latcliford consented and gave tlic-neeeftary oniers. tonight. A consultation foreign ailairs was Hie reason Commissioner .JGrace., Has a--Scheme to End-the Discontent About' Muddy Water in a Sedimentation Basin HEAD-ON COLLISION FOLLOWED ARE DEAD AND A DOZEN INJURED would M'ater users 01 I.eth- water supply here neeikd'lo keep it hriilee like ii high water Jin condition Ihe year round, in r rf. spite of high water, was a sememe for comes -Inne, IJit muil were re-1 "v a iscttllnc the mud out 01 it. Time are moved from tV water hclorc it flows: 0 emns of a strjous Jn from the laps I so filtration is not necessary. Yherc- i Judging hy thp. expressions oi a large tank or basin to allow ion last sprint when the iielly lliver.the water to setile anil the mud to was doing its" best- to churn up al'-le precipitated ticfoic being pumpeil the mini in its basin for the bpceial into the mains, ivoiild fill hill.'! benciit of I.olhliricige, they woulil litn I -Mr. (Srac-p. brticves he has ioui.d oi Lonioanl btieel and Thieariiire.llc merchants whose names are known in Hie far corners for ihe meeting, the prvsiijrn'- of Uip earth, ins il P'ain tiiat althnush tc hail Xnt siine the i.iemorial service In trieil Ic k'cep in touch I'.eid, al which Lonl mittce heretofore, J'.c would nov. he Klratlicona was present, has the ah- ablc to tive a rather more sy-slrriiatic bey contained such an assembly. I'o. altcntion lo lorcisu ;n2inc fho.su who aticniieil hy reason Ttc mesiiir.it. l.as" a mcnipriiiilutn''ol their associafiiHi with Canada' for toniglit's conference- 'a.woultl mrrfly give a list- oi varisly of subjects. j having such asbociatio'ns wlio are at1 It was learned inciilcirfallv ihal-tlic present on this the-Atlantic. ilMslson oi a treaty iith Rns- CHV11CII WAS C11OW1JEL) sia lias tot -btfii rcueheii-lly cither! The- uiresened pari ol the building comjtiy the subject proiahlv was fiilc.1 an hour before the service n-oulJ await the arrival in -St. "ft- crowds gathering outsijt. the c-isbun; (il a new American ambassa- and along the route from the .deceased poet's Louse in Grosve.Tor Ttie auverrinicnl. il is Square, from tl.e While Ilniue, is: Thc was in the. clear on the way to a .salisiaclofy settle- sParf wtirl1 divides ihe transepts di- nienl with C'olombia for-fhe jjaililior. oi I'anaiua. No injinediate rcconiinen- dation to congros is by the piesideut goes'.such a hasin, bmlt by ;natnre. lying a5 WC" aS lllC tight Commissioner Grace hopes lo between the. island in the jnidille ol he able to thus please the people for'the rirer near the power plant, anil nest June. itlie shore. Hy building an inexpenshc. The main ijiicstiiin will he lo ohlain-dam at (he norih end of Iliis natural the nior.ey, which, however, will lite-1 basin, arid culling a MiiaU channel in ly be forlhconiing in time lo unaer-1 Uic south to allow tl.e wa- lake this important work. Tl.c plan :lcr egress. n laigc selding basin Jackson, Mii'h., ban. tour per-' oarelv mentioned liv the commis- would reiuit, anil the cost would hf sons are dead .-.nil a dozen lectiy in front o) the Holy Table and only A few yaids distant from thf in conleinpla- nirirotial to Ocr.vral Wolfe. Sis tall in connection candles wote placed around it. V'.x-' olis question, hut and for the scats in ilm it will be line oi the subjects" taken immediate vicinity being ropeil off.' up al tonight's conference. The i tlie jcr.eral appointments oi tht ahbey ratified treaties, the pre- undisturbed, siilenl also expecls lo Inlk with tTlosc altendioa m their oflie- ial. capacity tho'JRhl well to auive caily. The only lor.r. oi color in tin1 corigregatiiin was lhat furnished hy hali a oiTners-of (he anny in full nniiorni, who attended on behalf controversy. It leained in .that connection that although lie queslioHTii a new treat) with Japan has been riiscnss- sioncr. this morning's session oi less than In liiis basin woiihl is he will bring in a com- he built a iiltcr from which Ihe in- rcvcnuc producer. i ]ast -.night "a take'pipcs wouid'rnn" pumping Johnston imposed fines Ull his voice a passenger train and- a.; {M bcra luade. I-... .-r nl out, when ho was relieved by freight train on the Sajinaw Division relays of Quite superior magistrates of the .Michigan Central railroad, who kept the revenue from falling off. three miles north of here. Upforo the function the .Council A misunderstanding of orders is Vans. A coalition l.c- twccn Kr-ivia mid Houiiiania to break up tl.c Austru-Unngariaii empire in Ihr cvcnl oi its intervention in lavor .Skinner. A black velvet pall. tiiry tuiitii. in ictirrs oi goiri, was worK- r, i i AMn I i 'or Irial i.-illi (he "lllr.ss.cil are the" dfail wliicli dip awful hardship the iiituif is Xl, (hc resides in hemc .Insprclor EXTREME COLD IN FHANCE IS CAUSING HUNGRY BEASTS TO HAUNT SETTLE- MENtS ued (.pinion lias prevailed for smne lime (hat tlin Ciiinosn were Iitcjiics tevcral dens ia tlie cily, In touch witlt th6 po'wera thai be, that foundatfon for llic stale- visctl hit folio A'p not to contest Cork against O'llrien i-i re.sror.se the lalter's truculent challenge. i''rai.cr, .lAli. it..Thn coulin- extremely cold wcatl-.cr is work- clrotric tr.itrc around I.us Ancelen jn been builiy crippled. fared with tern.r unless thrlf is nn This morning twin the thiril day f' Wild iinii'.i.ils arc hfiug iliucn tu of UicwoTsL storm hy vord froni hasa'etn in Almost continuous ttic provinces ol tlift liorrihlr tbalh of rainfall Saturday night a Plight ja litllo girl nnnicil LaroqiiUIr, i ilm tovfrcd Ihf codin v.-hicli as also hv several LOSE STRIKE London. Kng., Jan. strike, of railwnjraen In 1'ortiiBal has col- lapsed. Trio men have returned to work without tin advance fn ESSAD IS NOT WANTED I'ow-erfv have isaucd n Joint note In- sisting that Kssad Pasha rellnquiEh lifs claim to the tlirono of AHjanlu, lifting of the clouds during the day on Sunday followed a of nlghl, tro'jijhl season's prcclpllallon six Indies and more abovo noimul. The bridge across the Soslie river at Fillniore. a structure, went out al 5 o'clock yeslerclnj- aflernoon. The for tlio Plorm measured inches 'up to S cc'lock this morn- was devoured by ravenous wolves. WILL HOLD DOWN ONE JOB Jan. slung preniltr anrt- nittiisicr of finance', io- rlay rMgned the finance portfolio. MP wiil rcl.Mn Iho ponnlcrahlu only until Uniis bV [lie Innnguratoa of. Uic new Irgisia- js authorised td Jan. Hatuni.iy the Senate p.ibH-d (he. .-Uaska li.iilr JKai, tLirii.iiroposud YHMI 3hl a milts., fl'.t.coding laVurer's iiiiielctiiili ttjs to I'Mrceil'.s iiiusic. .liter which llylr. .Mantling Leforr (he Molv Table, read St. Paul's wonilerfiil argument I'or immortality contained in the fil- leeutii chapter oi Corinthians. "lloiv still aiid pearetul is tl.e a from a portiurt of the Hooi oi -lob, renHered hj- tt.e clioir. followed by "Heard a voice from lo the music, oi (Joss. Tlin Lord's Prayer ai.d Ihc final hyi.in, which lover S is on Page. ;